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  • Feel the differenceFordMondeoOwner's handbook

  • The information contained in this publication was correct at the time of going to print. In theinterest of development the right is reserved to change specifications, design or equipmentat any time without notice and without incurring any obligations. This publication, or partthereof, may not be reproduced nor translated without our approval. Errors and omissionsexcepted.

    Ford Motor Company 2007

    All rights reserved.

    Part number: 8S7J-19A321-DA (CG3536en) 06/2007 20070727130405

  • IntroductionAbout this handbook........................7Symbols glossary..............................7Parts and accessories......................7

    Quick startQuick start.........................................10

    Child safetyChild seats........................................19Booster cushions............................20Child seat positioning.....................22ISOFIX anchor points......................25Child safety locks............................27

    Occupant protectionPrinciple of operation.....................28Fastening the seat belts.................31Seat belt height adjustment...........31Seat belt reminder...........................31Using seat belts during

    pregnancy....................................32Disabling the passenger

    airbag............................................32

    Keys and remotecontrols

    Using the key...................................34General information on radio

    frequencies..................................34Programming the remote

    control...........................................34Changing the remote control

    battery...........................................34

    LocksLocking and unlocking...................36Global opening and closing...........38Keyless entry...................................40

    Engine immobiliserPrinciple of operation.....................44Coded keys.....................................44Arming the engine immobiliser.....44Disarming the engine

    immobiliser...................................44

    AlarmPrinciple of operation.....................45Arming the alarm.............................47Disarming the alarm........................47

    Steering wheelAdjusting the steering wheel.........49Audio control...................................49

    Wipers and washersWindscreen wipers..........................51Autowipers........................................51Windscreen washers.....................52Rear window wiper and

    washers........................................52Headlamp washers........................53Checking the wiper blades...........53Changing the wiper blades...........53

    LightingLighting control................................56Autolamps........................................57Front fog lamps...............................57

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  • Rear fog lamps................................57Headlamp levelling..........................58Hazard warning flashers................59Adaptive front lighting system

    (AFS)..............................................59Direction indicators..........................61Interior lamps....................................61Removing a headlamp...................62Changing a bulb..............................63Bulb specification chart...................71

    Windows and mirrorsElectric windows.............................73Exterior mirrors................................75Electric exterior mirrors..................76Interior mirror....................................77Auto-dimming mirror......................78

    InstrumentsGauges.............................................79Warning lamps and indicators.......81Audible warnings and

    indicators......................................84

    Information displaysGeneral information........................85Trip computer..................................94Personalised settings.....................96Information messages...................99

    Climate controlPrinciple of operation....................109Air vents..........................................109Manual climate control..................110Automatic climate control.............113

    Heated windows and mirrors......116Auxiliary heater...............................116Electric sunroof..............................120

    SeatsSitting in the correct position.......124Manual seats..................................124Electric seats..................................125Head restraints...............................127Rear seats.......................................127Heated seats.................................128Ventilated seats.............................129

    Convenience featuresSun blinds.......................................130Instrument lighting dimmer..........130Clock...............................................130Cigar lighter....................................130Ashtray.............................................131Auxiliary power sockets................131Cup holders....................................132Glove box.......................................132Storage compartments...............132Map pockets..................................133Memory function...........................133Glasses holder...............................135Auxiliary input (AUX IN) socket.....135

    Starting the engineGeneral information......................136Ignition switch................................136Keyless starting.............................136Steering wheel lock.......................138Starting a petrol engine................139Starting a diesel engine................140

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  • Diesel particulate filter (DPF)........140Switching off the engine...............141

    Fuel and refuellingSafety precautions........................142Fuel quality - Petrol........................142Fuel quality - Diesel.......................142Catalytic converter........................142Fuel filler flap...................................143Refuelling........................................144Fuel consumption.........................144Technical specifications................144

    TransmissionManual transmission.....................147Automatic transmission................148

    BrakesPrinciple of operation.....................151Hints on driving with ABS..............151Parking brake.................................152

    Stability controlPrinciple of operation....................153Using stability control....................153

    Hill launch assist(HLA)

    Principle of operation....................155Using HLA.......................................155

    Active suspensionPrinciple of operation....................158Using active suspension..............158

    Parking aidPrinciple of operation....................159Using the parking aid....................159

    Cruise controlPrinciple of operation.....................161Using cruise control.......................161

    Adaptive cruise control(ACC)

    Principle of operation....................163Using ACC......................................165Forward alert function..................168

    Load carryingGeneral information.......................170Luggage anchor points................170Sliding loadspace floor..................170Rear under floor storage..............172Cargo nets......................................173Luggage covers.............................174Roof racks and load carriers........174Dog guard.......................................174Load retaining fixtures..................176

    TowingTowing a trailer...............................179Detachable tow ball.......................179

    Driving hintsRunning-in......................................183

    Emergencyequipment

    First aid kit.......................................184

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  • Warning triangle.............................184

    Status after acollision

    Inspecting safety systemcomponents...............................186

    FusesFuse box locations........................187Changing a fuse............................189Fuse specification chart...............190

    Vehicle recoveryTowing points................................200Towing the vehicle on four

    wheels.........................................201

    MaintenanceGeneral information.....................202Opening and closing the

    bonnet........................................203Engine compartment overview -

    1.6L Duratec-16V Ti-VCT(Sigma).......................................204

    Engine compartment overview -2.0L Duratec-HE (MI4).............205

    Engine compartment overview -2.3L Duratec-HE (MI4).............206

    Engine compartment overview -2.5L Duratec-ST (VI5)...............207

    Engine compartment overview -1.8L Duratorq-TDCi (Kent)Diesel..........................................209

    Engine compartment overview -2.0L Duratorq-TDCi (DW)Diesel...........................................210

    Engine compartment overview -2.2L Duratorq-TDCi (DW)Diesel............................................211

    Engine oil dipstick - 1.6LDuratec-16V Ti-VCT (Sigma).....212

    Engine oil dipstick - 2.0LDuratec-HE (MI4)/2.3LDuratec-HE (MI4).......................212

    Engine oil dipstick - 2.5LDuratec-ST (VI5)........................213

    Engine oil dipstick - 1.8LDuratorq-TDCi (Kent) Diesel.....213

    Engine oil dipstick - 2.0LDuratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel/2.2LDuratorq-TDCi (DW) Diesel......213

    Engine oil check.............................213Engine coolant check...................214Brake and clutch fluid check.......215Power steering fluid check..........215Washer fluid check........................216Technical specifications................216

    Vehicle careCleaning the exterior....................220Cleaning the interior......................221Repairing minor paint damage.....221

    Vehicle batteryBattery care...................................222Using booster cables...................222

    Wheels and tyresGeneral information.....................224Changing a road wheel...............224Tyre repair kit.................................229Run flat tyres.................................234Tyre care........................................235

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  • Using winter tyres.........................236Using snow chains.......................236Tyre pressure monitoring

    system........................................236Technical specifications...............238

    Vehicle identificationVehicle identification plate...........242Vehicle identification number

    (VIN).............................................242

    Technical specific-ations

    Technical specifications...............243

    TelephoneGeneral information.....................252Telephone setup...........................252Bluetooth setup............................254Telephone controls......................255Using the telephone - Vehicles

    Without: Navigation System.....256Using the telephone - Travel Pilot

    EX................................................259

    Voice controlPrinciple of operation...................262Using voice control.......................263Audio unit commands.................263Telephone commands................268Navigation system

    commands.................................273Climate control commands........273

    AppendicesElectromagnetic compatibility.....276

    Type approvals..............................277

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  • ABOUT THIS HANDBOOK

    Thank you for choosing Ford. Werecommend that you take some timeto get to know your vehicle byreading this handbook. The more thatyou know about it, the greater thesafety and pleasure you will get fromdriving it.

    Note: This handbook describesevery model and option, sometimeseven before they are generallyavailable. It may describe options notfitted to your vehicle.

    Note: Always use and operate yourvehicle in line with all applicable lawsand regulations.

    Note: Pass on this handbook whenselling your vehicle. It is an integralpart of the vehicle.

    SYMBOLS GLOSSARY

    Symbols in this handbook

    WARNING

    You risk death or serious injuryto yourself and others if you do

    not follow the instructions highlightedby the warning symbol.

    CAUTION

    You risk damaging your vehicleif you do not follow the

    instructions highlighted by the cautionsymbol.

    Symbols on your vehicle

    When you see these symbols, readand follow the relevant instructionsin this handbook before touching orattempting adjustment of any kind.

    PARTS ANDACCESSORIES

    Now you can be sure thatyour Ford parts are Fordparts

    Your Ford has been built to thehighest standards using high qualityFord Original Parts. As a result, youcan enjoy driving it for many years.

    Should the unexpected occur and amajor part needs replacing, werecommend that you accept nothingless than Ford Original Parts.

    The use of Ford Original Partsensures that your vehicle is repairedto its pre-accident condition andmaintains its maximum residual value.

    Ford Original Parts match Ford'sstringent safety requirements andhigh standards of fit, finish andreliability. Quite simply, they representthe best overall repair value, includingparts and labour costs.

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    Introduction

  • Now it is easier to tell if you havereally been given Ford Original Parts.The Ford logo is clearly visible on thefollowing parts if they are FordOriginal Parts. If your vehicle has tobe repaired, look for the clearly visibleFord branding and make sure thatonly Ford Original Parts have beenused.

    Look for the Ford logo onthe following parts

    Sheet metal

    Bonnet Doors Luggage compartment lid or

    tailgate

    E88678

    Bumper and radiator grille

    Radiator grille Front and rear bumper

    E88505

    Exterior mirror

    E88506

    Glass

    Rear window Side glass Windscreen

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    Introduction

  • E88507

    Lighting

    Rear lamps Headlamp

    E88508

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    Introduction

  • QUICK START

    Instrument panel overview - left-hand drive

    A I J K L MCB G HFED

    V O NU T S R Q P

    E87719

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    Quick start

  • Instrument panel overview - right-hand drive

    E87720

    M D E F B ALK G CHJI

    N VPT S R Q UO

    Lighting controls. See Lighting control (page 56).AAir vents. See Air vents (page 109).BDirection indicators. See Direction indicators (page 61).Telephone control buttons. See Telephone controls (page 255).Voice control buttons. See Using voice control (page 263).

    C

    Instrument cluster. See Gauges (page 79).DInformation display controls. See Information displays (page 85).EWiper lever. See Windscreen wipers (page 51).FStart Button. See Keyless starting (page 136).GAudio or navigation unit. See separate handbook.H

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    Quick start

  • Stability control (ESP)switch. See Using stability control (page153).

    I

    Parking aid switch. See Using the parking aid (page 159).JHazard warning flasher switch. See Hazard warning flashers(page 59).

    K

    Passenger airbag deactivation warning lamp. See Disabling thepassenger airbag (page 32).

    L

    Heated windscreen and heated rear window switches. See Heatedwindows and mirrors (page 116).

    M

    Climate controls. See Manual climate control (page 110). SeeAutomatic climate control (page 113).

    N

    Cigar lighter. See Cigar lighter (page 130).OIgnition switch. See Ignition switch (page 136).PCruise control switches. See Using cruise control (page 161).Adaptive cruise control switches. See Using ACC (page 165).

    Q

    Steering wheel adjustment lever. See Adjusting the steeringwheel (page 49).

    R

    Horn.S

    Cruise control switches. See Using cruise control (page 161).Adaptive cruise control switches. See Using ACC (page 165).

    T

    Driver Knee airbag. See Principle of operation (page 28).UStorage compartment. See Storage compartments (page 132).V

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  • Keyless entry

    E78276

    Passive locking and unlockingrequires a valid passive key to belocated within one of the threeexternal detection ranges.

    Unlocking the vehicle

    E78278

    Pull a door handle to unlock all thedoors and the luggage compartmentlid and disarm the alarm.

    Locking the vehicle

    E87384

    E87435

    See Keyless entry (page 40).

    Keyless starting

    E85766

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    Quick start

  • Press the start button.

    See Keyless starting (page 136).

    Engine idle speed afterstarting

    The engine may idle at a higherspeed than normal immediately afterstarting from cold.

    See Starting the engine (page136).

    Adjusting the steeringwheel

    WARNING

    Never adjust the steering wheelwhen the vehicle is moving.

    E71221

    See Adjusting the steeringwheel (page 49).

    Electric folding mirrors

    E72623

    See Electric exterior mirrors(page 76).

    Information displays

    E70499

    Use the arrow buttons to navigatethrough the menus and press OK tomake a selection.

    See Information displays (page85).

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    Quick start

  • Autolamps

    E70719

    The headlamps will come on and gooff automatically depending on theambient light.

    See Lighting control (page 56).

    Direction indicators

    E70727

    Note: Tap the lever up or down tomake the direction indicators flashonly three times.

    Autowipers

    B

    C

    D

    AE70696

    Single wipeA

    AutowipersB

    Normal wipeC

    High speed wipeD

    E70316

    A

    B

    High sensitivityA

    Low sensitivityB

    See Autowipers (page 51).

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    Quick start

  • Memory function

    WARNING

    Do not use the memory storefunction when the vehicle is

    moving.

    A

    B

    E86768

    Seat adjustment controls.A

    Memory pre-set buttons.B

    1. Vehicles without keyless starting,insert the ignition key and turn itto position I or II. Vehicles withkeyless starting, press the startbutton.

    2. Adjust the seat and exteriormirrors to the desired position.

    3. Press and hold the desiredpre-set button B for at least 3seconds.

    4. A message will be shown in thedisplay.

    5. A chime will sound to confirm.

    See Memory function (page 133).

    Manual climate control

    Heating the interior quickly

    E71377

    Cooling the interior quickly

    E71381

    Defrosting and demisting thewindscreen

    E71382

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    Quick start

  • See Manual climate control(page 110).

    Automatic climate control

    E70304

    See Automatic climate control(page 113).

    Selecting reverse gear

    Vehicles with a 6-speedtransmission

    Vehicles with a petrol engine

    E75051

    1

    2

    Vehicles with a diesel engine

    E75052

    2

    1

    See Manual transmission (page147).

    Automatic transmission

    Selector lever positions

    E80836

    S

    ParkP

    ReverseR

    NeutralN

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    Quick start

  • DriveD

    Manual shifting and sportmode

    S

    WARNING

    Apply the brakes before movingthe selector lever and keep

    them applied until you are ready tomove off.

    See Automatic transmission(page 148).

    Fuel filler flap

    WARNINGSTake care when refuelling toavoid spilling any residual fuel

    from the fuel pipe nozzle.

    We recommend that you waitat least 10 seconds before

    removing the fuel pipe nozzle to allowany residual fuel to drain into the fueltank.

    E86613

    Press the flap to open it. Open theflap fully until it engages.

    When you insert the fuel pipe nozzle,a spring loaded inhibitor will open ifthe correct size nozzle is detected.This will prevent filling up with thewrong fuel.

    See Fuel filler flap (page 143).

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    Quick start

  • CHILD SEATS

    E68916

    WARNINGSSecure children that are lessthan 150 centimetres tall or less

    than 12 years of age in a suitable,approved child restraint, in the rearseat.

    Original text according to ECER94.01: Extreme Hazard! Do not

    use a rearward facing child restrainton a seat protected by an air bag infront of it!

    Read and follow themanufacturers instructions

    when you are fitting a child restraint.

    Do not modify child restraints inany way.

    Do not hold a child on your lapwhen the vehicle is moving.

    Do not leave unattendedchildren in your vehicle.

    WARNINGSIf your vehicle has been involvedin an accident, have the child

    restraints checked by properlytrained technicians.

    Note: Mandatory use of childrestraints varies from country tocountry.

    A choice of ECE approved childrestraints which have beenspecifically tested and approved foryour vehicle are available from yourDealer.

    Child restraints for differentmass groups

    Use the correct child restraint asfollows:

    Baby safety seat

    E68918

    Secure children that weigh less than13 kilogrammes in a rearward facingbaby safety seat in the rear seat.

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    Child safety

  • Child safety seat

    E68920

    Secure children that weigh between13 and 18 kilogrammes in a childsafety seat in the rear seat.

    BOOSTER CUSHIONS

    WARNINGSDo not install a booster seat ora booster cushion with only the

    lap strap of the seat belt.

    Do not install a booster seat ora booster cushion with a seat

    belt that is slack or twisted.

    Do not put the seat belt underyour childs arm or behind its

    back.

    Do not use pillows, books ortowels to boost your childs

    height.

    Make sure that your children sitin an upright position.

    WARNINGSSecure children that weigh morethan 15 kilogrammes but are

    less than 150 centimetres tall in abooster seat or a booster cushion.

    Booster seat

    E70710

    We recommend that you use abooster seat that combines acushion with a backrest instead of abooster cushion only. The raisedseating position will allow you toposition the shoulder strap of theadult seat belt over the centre of yourchilds shoulder and the lap straptightly across its hips.

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    Child safety

  • Booster cushion

    E68924

    Integrated booster cushion

    WARNINGSDo not use the raised integratedbooster cushion together with

    a child safety seat.

    The integrated booster cushioncan be used for children that

    weigh between 22 and 36kilogrammes (49 and 79 pounds).

    CAUTION

    Remove the rear seat headrestraint unless the child's head

    exceeds the top of the backrest.See Head restraints (page 127).

    Unlocking

    1

    2

    E94860

    Note: Make sure that the lockingmechanism is fully engaged.

    3

    E94861

    The raised seating position will allowyou to position the shoulder strap ofthe adult seat belt over the centre ofyour childs shoulder and the lapstrap tightly across its hips.

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    Child safety

  • Locking

    Note: Make sure that there are noobstructions in the linkage areabefore locking the integrated boostercushion.

    2

    E94862

    1

    Note: Make sure that the lockingmechanism is fully engaged.

    E94870

    3

    CHILD SEATPOSITIONING

    WARNINGSWhen using a child restraint witha support leg on a second row

    seat, make sure the support leg restssecurely on the floor.

    When using a forward facingchild seat on a second row seat,

    always remove the head restraintfrom that seat.

    Note: When using a child restrainton a front seat, it may prove difficultto tighten the lap section of the seatbelt without slack remaining. If this isthe case, adjust the seatback to thefully upright position and raise theheight of the seat. See Seats (page124).

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    Child safety

  • Mass group categoriesSeating positions

    IIIIII0+0

    22 - 36kg

    15 - 25kg

    9 - 18 kgUp to 13kg

    Up to 10kg

    UFUFUFXXFront passengerseat with airbag ON

    UUUUUFront passengerseat with airbag OFF

    UUUUURear seats

    X Not suitable for children in this mass group.

    U Suitable for universal category child restraints approved for use in this massgroup.

    U Suitable for universal category child restraints approved for use in this massgroup. However, we recommend that you secure children in a governmentapproved child restraint, in the rear seat.

    UF Suitable for universal category forward facing child restraints approvedfor use in this mass group. However, we recommend that you secure childrenin a government approved child restraint, in the rear seat.

    ISOFIX child restraints

    Mass group categoriesSeating positions

    IIIIII0+0

    22 - 36kg

    15 - 25kg

    9 - 18 kgUp to 13kg

    Up to 10kg

    XXIL, IUF**ILILRear seat ISOFIXrestraints

    XXA, B, B1,C, D

    C, D, EERear seat ISOFIXclasses*

    X Not suitable for children in this mass group.

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    Child safety

  • IUF Suitable for universal category ISOFIX child restraints approved for use inthis mass group.

    IL Suitable for the following ISOFIX child restraints: Roemer Duo ISOFIX (group1), Roemer Babysafe ISOFIX (group 0+). In addition, any semi-universal ISOFIXchild restraint may be used if indicated in the child seat manufacturers vehiclelist.

    * As defined by ECE-R16.

    Note: ** When you are purchasing an ISOFIX restraint, make sure that youknow the correct mass group and ISOFIX size class for the intended seatinglocations.

    Note: ** Make sure that the top tether mechanism does not interfere withthe luggage cover.

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    Child safety

  • ISOFIX ANCHOR POINTS

    WARNING

    Use an anti-rotation devicewhen using the ISOFIX system.

    We recommend the use of a toptether or support leg.

    Your vehicle is fitted with ISOFIXanchor points that accommodateuniversally approved ISOFIX childrestraints.

    The ISOFIX system comprises tworigid attachment arms on the childrestraint that attach to anchor pointson the outboard rear seats, wherethe cushion and backrest meet.Tether anchor points are fitted behindthe outboard rear seats for childrestraints with a top tether.

    Top tether anchor points

    E87146

    E93616

    E93514

    Attaching a child seat withtop tethers

    WARNING

    Do not attach a tether strap toanything other than the correct

    tether anchor point.

    Note: Where applicable, remove theluggage cover to ease installation.See Luggage covers (page 174).

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    Child safety

  • Note: On 4-door vehicles, makesure the tether strap tighteningmechanism remains accessible whenthe seatback is fully engaged.

    E87591

    1. Place the child seat on the backseat cushion and fold the relevantseatback forwards. See Rearseats (page 127).

    2. Remove the head restraint. SeeHead restraints (page 127).

    WARNING

    Make sure the top tether strapis not slack or twisted and is

    properly located on the anchor point.

    3. Route the tether strap to theanchor point.

    WARNING

    Make sure that the seatback issecure and fully engaged in the

    catch.

    4. Push the seatback to the uprightposition.

    E87145

    5. Push the child seat back firmly toengage the ISOFIX lower anchorpoints.

    6. Tighten the tether strap in line withthe child seat manufacturer'sinstructions.

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    Child safety

  • CHILD SAFETY LOCKS

    WARNING

    You cannot open the doorsfrom inside if you have put the

    child safety locks on.

    E73697

    A

    B

    LockA

    UnlockB

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    Child safety

  • PRINCIPLE OFOPERATION

    Airbags

    WARNINGSDo not modify the front of yourvehicle in any way. This could

    adversely affect deployment of theairbags.

    Original text according to ECER94.01: Extreme Hazard! Do not

    use a rearward facing child restrainton a seat protected by an airbag infront of it!

    Wear a seat belt and keepsufficient distance between

    yourself and the steering wheel. Onlywhen you use the seat belt properly,can it hold you in a position thatallows the airbag to achieve itsoptimum effect. See Sitting in thecorrect position (page 124).

    Have repairs to the steeringwheel, steering column, seats,

    airbags and seat belts carried out bya properly trained technician.

    Keep the areas in front of theairbags free from obstruction.

    Do not affix anything to or over theairbag covers.

    Do not poke sharp objects intoareas where airbags are fitted.

    This could damage and adverselyaffect deployment of the airbags.

    Use seat covers designed forseats with side airbags. Have

    these fitted by a properly trainedtechnician.

    Note: You will hear a loud bang andsee a cloud of harmless powderyresidue if an airbag deploys. This isnormal.

    Note: Only wipe airbag covers witha damp cloth.

    Driver and front passengerairbags

    E74302

    The driver and front passengerairbags will deploy during significantfrontal collisions or collisions that areup to 30 degrees from the left or theright. The airbags will inflate within afew thousandths of a second anddeflate on contact with theoccupants, thus cushioning forwardbody movement. During minor frontalcollisions, overturns, rear collisionsand side collisions, the driver andfront passenger airbags will notdeploy.

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    Occupant protection

  • Driver knee airbag

    CAUTION

    Do not attempt to open thedriver knee airbag cover.

    E86311

    The driver knee airbag will deployduring frontal collisions or collisionsthat are up to 30 degrees from theleft or the right. The airbag will inflatewithin a few thousandths of a secondand deflate on contact with theoccupants, thus providing a cushionbetween the drivers knees and thesteering column. During overturns,rear collisions and side collisions, theknee airbag will not deploy.

    Note: The knee airbag has a lowerdeployment threshold than the frontairbags. During a minor collision, it ispossible that only the knee airbagdeploys.

    Side airbags

    E72658

    Side airbags are fitted inside theseatback of the front seats. A labelindicates that side airbags are fittedto your vehicle.

    The side airbags will deploy duringsignificant lateral collisions. Only theairbag on the side affected by thecollision will deploy. The airbags willinflate within a few thousandths of asecond and deflate on contact withthe occupants, thus providingprotection for the chest and shoulderareas. During minor lateral collisions,overturns, front collisions and rearcollisions, the side airbags will notdeploy.

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    Occupant protection

  • Curtain airbags

    E75004

    Curtain airbags are fitted inside thetrim panels over the front and rearside windows. Moulded badges inthe B-pillar trim panels indicate thatcurtain airbags are fitted to yourvehicle.

    The curtain airbags will deploy duringsignificant lateral collisions. Only theairbag on the side affected by thecollision will deploy. The airbag willinflate within a few thousandths of asecond and deflate on contact withthe occupants, thus providingprotection for the head. During minorlateral collisions, front collisions, rearcollisions, or overturns the curtainairbags will not deploy.

    Seat belts

    WARNINGSWear a seat belt and keepsufficient distance between

    yourself and the steering wheel. Onlywhen you use the seat belt properly,can it hold you in a position toachieve its optimum effect. SeeSitting in the correct position(page 124).

    Never use a seat belt for morethan one person.

    Use the correct buckle for eachseat belt.

    Do not use a seat belt that isslack or twisted.

    Do not wear thick clothing. Theseat belt must fit tightly around

    your body to achieve its optimumeffect.

    Position the shoulder strap ofthe seat belt over the centre of

    your shoulder and position the lapstrap tightly across your hips.

    The driver and front passenger seatbelt retractors are fitted with a seatbelt pretensioner. Seat beltpretensioners have a lowerdeployment threshold than theairbags. During minor collisions, it ispossible that only the seat beltpretensioners will deploy.

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    Occupant protection

  • FASTENING THE SEATBELTS

    WARNING

    Insert the tongue into the buckleuntil you hear a distinct click.

    You have not fastened the seat beltproperly if you do not hear a click.

    E74124

    E85817

    Pull the belt out steadily. It may lockif you pull it sharply or if the vehicle ison a slope.

    Press the red button on the buckleto release the belt. Let it retractcompletely and smoothly.

    SEAT BELT HEIGHTADJUSTMENT

    E87511

    Note: Lifting the slider slightly whilepressing the locking button makes iteasier to release the lockingmechanism.

    To raise or lower, press the lockingbutton on the adjuster and move asnecessary.

    SEAT BELT REMINDER

    WARNING

    Do not sit on top of a fastenedseat belt to prevent the seat belt

    reminder from coming on. Theoccupant protection system will onlyprovide optimum protection whenyou use the seat belt properly.

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    Occupant protection

  • The seat belt reminderwarning lamp illuminates andan audible warning will

    sound if you or your front seatpassenger have not fastened yourseat belts and the vehicle exceeds10 km/h (6 mph). It will also illuminateif your seat belts are unfastenedwhen the vehicle is moving. Theaudible warning will go off after fiveminutes but the seat belt reminderwarning lamp will remain on until youfasten your seat belts.

    Deactivating the seat beltreminder

    See your dealer.

    USING SEAT BELTSDURING PREGNANCY

    E68587

    WARNING

    Position the seat belt correctlyfor your safety and that of your

    unborn child. Do not use only the lapstrap or the shoulder strap.

    Position the lap strap comfortablyacross your hips and low beneathyour pregnant abdomen. Position theshoulder strap between your breasts,above and to the side of yourpregnant abdomen.

    DISABLING THEPASSENGER AIRBAG

    WARNING

    Make sure that the passengerairbag is disabled when using a

    rearward facing child restraint on thefront passenger seat.

    E71313

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    Occupant protection

  • Fitting the passengerairbag deactivation switch

    WARNING

    If you need to fit a child restrainton a seat protected by an

    operational airbag in front of it, havea passenger airbag deactivationswitch fitted. Ask your dealer forfurther information.

    Note: The key switch is located inthe glove compartment with anairbag deactivation lamp in theinstrument panel.

    If the airbag warning lamp illuminatesor flashes when you are driving, thisindicates a malfunction. SeeWarning lamps and indicators(page 81). Remove the child restraintand have the system checkedimmediately.

    Disabling the passengerairbag

    A BE71312

    DisabledA

    EnabledB

    Turn the switch to position A.

    When you switch the ignition on,check that the passenger airbagdeactivation warning lamp illuminates.

    Enabling the passengerairbag

    WARNING

    Make sure that the passengerairbag is enabled when you are

    not using a child restraint on the frontpassenger seat.

    Turn the switch to position B.

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    Occupant protection

  • USING THE KEY

    Remote control with flip keyblade

    E74382

    GENERAL INFORMATIONON RADIO FREQUENCIES

    CAUTION

    The radio frequency used byyour remote control can also be

    used by other short distance radiotransmissions (e.g. amateur radios,medical equipment, wirelessheadphones, remote controls andalarm systems). If the frequencies arejammed, you will not be able to useyour remote control. You can lockand unlock the doors with the key.

    Note: You could unlock the doors ifyou press the buttons on the remotecontrol unintentionally.

    The operating range between yourremote control and your vehiclevaries depending on theenvironment.

    PROGRAMMING THEREMOTE CONTROL

    You can programme a maximum ofeight remote controls to use withyour vehicle (including any suppliedwith your vehicle). Ask your dealer forinstructions.

    CHANGING THE REMOTECONTROL BATTERY

    Remote control with afolding key blade

    E74383

    1

    1. Insert a screwdriver as far aspossible into the slot on the sideof the remote control, push ittowards the key blade andremove the key blade.

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    Keys and remote controls

  • E743842

    2. Twist the screwdriver in theposition shown to start separatingthe two halves of the remotecontrol.

    3E74385

    3. Twist the screwdriver in theposition shown to separate thetwo halves of the remote control.

    CAUTION

    Do not touch the batterycontacts or the printed circuit

    board with the screwdriver.

    4. Carefully prise out the battery withthe screwdriver.

    5. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032)with the + facing downwards.

    6. Assemble the two halves of theremote control.

    7. Install the key blade.

    Remote control without afolding key blade

    E74386

    1. Insert a screwdriver into therecess on the back of the key andremove the key blade.

    2. Release the retaining clips withthe screwdriver and separate thetwo halves of the remote control.

    CAUTION

    Do not touch the batterycontacts or the printed circuit

    board with the screwdriver.

    3. Carefully prise out the battery withthe screwdriver.

    4. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032)with the + facing downwards.

    5. Assemble the two halves of theremote control.

    6. Install the key blade.

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    Keys and remote controls

  • LOCKING ANDUNLOCKING

    Central locking

    You can only centrally lock the doorsif they are all closed.

    Note: The drivers door can beunlocked with the key. This needs tobe used if the remote control orkeyless entry is not functioning.

    Double locking

    WARNING

    Do not activate double lockingwhen persons or animals are

    inside the vehicle. You will not be ableto unlock the doors from the inside ifyou have double locked them.

    E71961

    Double locking is a theft protectionfeature that prevents someone fromopening the doors from the inside.You can only double lock the doorsif they are all closed.

    Locking and unlockingconfirmation

    When you unlock the doors, thedirection indicators will flash once.

    When you lock the doors, thedirection indicators will flash twice.

    Note: If your vehicle has doublelocking, the direction indicators willonly flash twice once you haveactivated double locking.

    Locking and unlocking thedoors with the key

    B

    E71962

    A

    B

    A

    UnlockA

    LockB

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    Locks

  • Double locking the doorswith the key

    Turn the key to the lock positiontwice within three seconds to doublelock the doors.

    Locking and unlocking thedoors and the luggagecompartment lid with theremote control

    E87379

    A B C

    UnlockA

    LockB

    Luggage compartment lidunlock

    C

    Locking the doors and theluggage compartment lid withthe remote control

    Press button B once.

    Double locking the doors andthe luggage compartment lidwith the remote control

    Press button B twice within threeseconds.

    Locking and unlocking thedoors from inside

    Front doors

    E71958

    A

    B

    Lock all doorsA

    Unlock all doorsB

    Rear doors

    To lock the rear doors individually,press button A and close the doorwhen leaving the vehicle.

    Luggage compartment lid

    Opening the luggagecompartment lid with theremote control

    Press button C on the remote controltwice within three seconds.

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    Locks

  • Closing the luggagecompartment lid

    4-door

    E89131

    5-door

    E89132

    Estate

    E89133

    A recessed grip is incorporated insidethe luggage compartment lid tofacilitate closing.

    Automatic relocking

    The doors will relock automatically ifyou do not open a door within 45seconds of unlocking the doors withthe remote control. The door locksand the alarm will return to theirprevious state.

    Reprogramming theunlocking function

    If the unlocking function isreprogrammed so that only thedrivers door is unlocked ( SeeProgramming the remotecontrol (page 34). ), note thefollowing:

    When you press the unlock buttoneither all the doors are unlocked oronly the drivers door is unlocked.Pressing the unlock button againunlocks all the doors.

    GLOBAL OPENING ANDCLOSING

    You can also operate the electricwindows with the ignition off via theglobal opening and global closingfunction.

    Note: Global closing will only operateif you have set the memory correctlyfor each window. See Electricwindows (page 73).

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    Locks

  • Global opening

    E71955

    To open all the windows, press andhold the unlock button for at leastthree seconds. Press either the lockor the unlock button again to stopthe opening function.

    Global closing

    Vehicles without the key freesystem

    WARNING

    Take care when using globalclosing. In an emergency, press

    a button immediately to stop.

    E71956

    To close all the windows, press andhold the lock button for at leastthree seconds. Press any buttonagain to stop the closing function.The anti-trap function is also activeduring global closing.

    Vehicles with the key freesystem

    E78275

    WARNING

    Take care when using globalclosing. In an emergency, press

    the button on the drivers doorhandle to stop.

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    Locks

  • Note: Global closing can beactivated using the button on thedrivers door handle. Global openingand closing can also be activatedusing the buttons on the passive key.

    To close all the windows, press andhold the button on the drivers doorhandle for at least two seconds. Theanti-trap function is also active duringglobal closing.

    KEYLESS ENTRY

    General information

    WARNING

    The keyless entry system maynot function if the key is close to

    metal objects or electronic devicessuch as mobile phones.

    Note: If the door handles are pulledrepeatedly during a short period oftime without the presence of a validpassive key, the system will becomeinoperable for 30 seconds.

    The passive entry system will notfunction if: The passive key frequencies are

    jammed. The passive key battery is flat.

    Note: If the passive entry systemdoes not function, you will need touse the key blade to lock and unlockyour vehicle.

    The keyless system allows the driverto operate the vehicle without theuse of a key or remote control.

    E78276

    Passive locking and unlockingrequires a valid passive key to belocated within one of the threeexternal detection ranges. These arelocated approximately one and a halfmetres from the driver and frontpassenger door handles and theluggage compartment lid.

    Passive key

    The vehicle can be locked andunlocked with the passive key. Thepassive key can also be used as aremote control. See Locking andunlocking (page 36).

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    Locks

  • Locking the vehicle

    E87384

    E87435

    WARNING

    The vehicle does not lock itselfautomatically. If no locking

    button is pressed, the vehicle willremain unlocked.

    Note: If locking from the luggagecompartment lid, the passive keymust be within the luggagecompartment lid detection range.

    Locking buttons are located on eachof the front doors and the luggagecompartment lid.

    To activate central locking and armthe alarm: Press a locking button once.

    To activate double locking, to armthe alarm and the interior sensors: Press a locking button twice within

    three seconds.

    Note: Once activated, the vehiclewill remain locked for approximatelythree seconds. This is to allow you topull a door handle and check if thevehicle is locked. When the delayperiod is over, the doors can beopened again, provided the passivekey is within the respective detectionrange.

    Luggage compartment lid

    Note: The luggage compartment lidcannot be closed and will pop backup if the passive key is located insidethe luggage compartment.

    Note: If a second valid passive keyis located within the luggagecompartment lid detection range, theluggage compartment lid can beclosed.

    Unlocking the vehicle

    Note: If the vehicle remains lockedfor longer than five days, the key freesystem will enter an energy-savingmode. This is to reduce the dischargeof the vehicle battery. When thevehicle is unlocked while in this mode,the reaction time of the system maybe a little longer than normal.Unlocking the vehicle once willdeactivate the energy-saving mode.

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    Locks

  • E78278

    Pull one of the door handles or theluggage compartment lid handle.

    Note: A valid passive key must belocated within the detection range ofthat door.

    One long flash of the directionindicators confirms that all the doors,the luggage compartment lid and thefuel filler flap have been unlocked andthat the alarm has been disarmed.

    Unlocking only the driver'sdoor

    If the unlocking function isreprogrammed so that only thedrivers door is unlocked ( See Keysand remote controls (page 34).), note the following:

    If the drivers door is the first doorwhich is opened, the other doors andthe luggage compartment lid willremain locked. All the other doorscan be unlocked from inside thevehicle by pressing the unlock buttonnext to the drivers door handle.Doors can be unlocked individuallyby pulling the interior door handleson those doors.

    If the front passenger door or one ofthe rear doors is the first door whichis opened, all the doors and theluggage compartment lid will beunlocked.

    Disabled keys

    Any keys left inside the vehicle interiorwhen it is locked will be disabled.

    A disabled key cannot be used toturn the ignition on or start theengine.

    In order to use these passive keysagain, they have to be enabled.

    To enable all your passive keys,unlock the vehicle using a passivekey or the remote control unlockingfunction.

    All passive keys will then be enabledif the ignition is turned on or thevehicle is started using a valid key.

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    Locks

  • Locking and unlocking thedoors with the key blade

    Type 1

    1

    2

    E78284

    1. Slide the release slider in thedirection of the arrow and pull outthe key blade with your thumb.

    2. Remove the key blade and insertit into the lock.

    Type 2

    1

    2

    E87964

    1. Carefully remove the cover.

    2. Remove the key blade and insertit into the lock.

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    Locks

  • PRINCIPLE OFOPERATION

    The engine immobiliser is a theftprotection system that preventssomeone from starting the enginewith an incorrectly coded key.

    CODED KEYS

    Note: Do not shield your keys withmetal objects. This may prevent thereceiver from recognising your keyas a valid one.

    Note: Have all of your remainingkeys erased and recoded if you losea key. Ask your dealer for furtherinformation. Have replacement keysrecoded together with your existingkeys.

    If you lose a key, you can obtain areplacement from your Ford Dealer.If possible, provide them with the keynumber from the tag provided withthe original keys. You can also obtainadditional keys from your FordDealer.

    ARMING THE ENGINEIMMOBILISER

    The engine immobiliser is armedautomatically a short time after youhave switched the ignition off.

    DISARMING THE ENGINEIMMOBILISER

    The engine immobiliser is disarmedautomatically when you switch theignition on with a correctly coded key.

    If the message Immobiliser activeappears in the information display,your key has not been recognised.Remove the key and try again.

    If you are unable to start the enginewith a correctly coded key, thisindicates a malfunction. Themessage Immobiliser active willappear in the information displaywhen you switch on the ignition.Have the immobiliser checkedimmediately.

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    Engine immobiliser

  • PRINCIPLE OFOPERATION

    Alarm system

    Your vehicle may be equipped withone of the following alarm systems:

    Perimeter alarm. Perimeter alarm with interior

    sensors. Category one alarm with interior

    sensors and battery back-upsounder.

    Category one alarm with interiorsensors, battery back-up sounderand tilt sensors.

    Perimeter alarm

    The perimeter alarm is a deterrentagainst unauthorised access to yourvehicle through the doors and thebonnet. It also protects the audio unit.

    Interior sensors

    E71401

    WARNING

    The sensors in the interior lampunit must not be covered up. Do

    not activate the alarm with full guardif any persons, animals or othermoving objects are inside the vehicle.

    The sensors act as a deterrentagainst unauthorised intrusion bysensing any movement within thevehicle.

    Battery back-up sounder

    The battery back-up sounder is anextra alarm system which will sounda siren when the alarm is triggered.It is armed directly when you lock thevehicle. The sounder has its ownbattery and will sound an alarm sireneven if someone disconnects thevehicle battery or the battery back-upsounder itself.

    Tilt sensors

    The tilt sensors detect if someoneattempts to steal a wheel or tow thevehicle away by sensing changes inthe inclination of the vehicle.

    Note: When travelling on a ferry withthe alarm armed, deactivate the tiltsensors by selecting reduced guard.This will prevent the alarm from beingtriggered by the movement.

    Triggering the alarm

    Once armed, the alarm is triggeredin any of the following ways:

    If someone opens a door, thetailgate or the bonnet without avalid key or remote control.

    If someone removes the audio ornavigation system.

    If the ignition is turned to positionI, II or III without a valid key.

    If the interior sensors detectmovement within the vehicle.

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    Alarm

  • On vehicles with a batteryback-up sounder, if someonedisconnects the vehicle battery orthe battery back-up sounder itself.

    If the tilt sensors detect a changein the inclination of the vehicle.

    If the alarm is triggered, the alarmhorn will sound for 30 seconds andthe hazard warning flasher will flashfor five minutes.

    Any further attempts to perform oneof the above will trigger the alarmagain.

    Full and reduced guard

    Full guard

    Full guard is the standard setting.

    In full guard, the interior and tiltsensors are activated when you armthe alarm.

    Note: This may result in false alarmsif animals or moving objects areinside the vehicle or, on vehicles withtilt sensors, when travelling on a ferry.

    Reduced guard

    In reduced guard, the interior and tiltsensors are deactivated when youarm the alarm.

    Note: You can set the alarm toreduced guard for the current ignitioncycle only. The next time you switchon the ignition, the alarm will be resetto full guard.

    Ask on Exit

    You can set the information displayto ask you each time which level ofguard you wish to set.

    If you select Ask on Exit, themessage Reduced guard?appears in the instrument clusterdisplay each time you switch theignition off.

    If you wish to arm the alarm withreduced guard, press the OK buttonwhen this message appears.

    If you wish to arm the alarm with fullguard, leave the vehicle withoutpressing the OK button.

    Selecting full or reduced guard

    Note: Selecting Reduced does notset the alarm permanently toreduced guard. It sets it to reducedguard only for the current ignitioncycle. If you regularly set the alarm toreduced guard, select Ask on Exit.

    E70499

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    Alarm

  • E74509

    Full Guard

    Alarm

    ReducedAsk on Exit

    1. Press the right arrow button onthe steering wheel to enter themain menu.

    2. Highlight Setup with the up anddown arrow buttons and pressthe right arrow button.

    3. Highlight Alarm and press theright arrow button.

    4. Highlight Reduced or Fullguard. If you prefer to be askedeach time you switch off theignition, select Ask on Exit.

    5. Press the OK button to confirmthe selection.

    6. Press the left arrow button to exitthe menu. To return to the tripcomputer display directly, hold theleft arrow button pressed.

    Information messages

    See Information messages(page 99).

    ARMING THE ALARM

    To arm the alarm, lock the vehicle.See Locks (page 36).

    DISARMING THE ALARM

    Vehicles without keylessentry

    Perimeter alarm

    Disarm and silence the alarm byunlocking the doors with the key andswitching the ignition on with acorrectly coded key, or unlocking thedoors or the luggage compartmentlid with the remote control.

    Category one alarm

    Disarm and silence the alarm byunlocking the doors with the key andswitching the ignition on with acorrectly coded key within 12seconds, or unlocking the doors orthe luggage compartment lid with theremote control.

    Vehicles with keyless entry

    Note: A valid passive key must belocated within the detection range ofthat door for keyless entry. SeeKeyless entry (page 40).

    Perimeter alarm

    Disarm and silence the alarm byunlocking the doors and switchingthe ignition on, or unlocking the doorsor the luggage compartment lid withthe remote control.

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    Alarm

  • Category one alarm

    Disarm and silence the alarm byunlocking the doors and switchingthe ignition on within 12 seconds, orunlocking the doors or the luggagecompartment lid with the remotecontrol.

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    Alarm

  • ADJUSTING THESTEERING WHEEL

    WARNING

    Never adjust the steering wheelwhen the vehicle is moving.

    Note: Make sure that you are sittingin the correct position. See Sittingin the correct position (page 124).

    1

    2

    2

    E95178

    3E95179

    WARNING

    Make sure that you fully engagethe locking lever when returning

    it to its original position.

    AUDIO CONTROL

    A

    C

    BD

    E

    E72288

    Volume upA

    Seek upB

    Volume downC

    Seek downD

    ModeE

    Mode

    Press and hold the mode button toselect the audio source.

    Press the mode button to: tune the radio to the next preset

    station play the next CD play the other side of a cassette

    tape

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    Steering wheel

  • accept an incoming telephonecall.

    end a telephone call.

    Seek

    Press a seek button to: tune the radio to the next station

    up or down the frequency band play the next or the previous CD

    track fast forward or rewind the

    cassette tape.

    Press and hold a seek button to: tune the radio up or down the

    frequency band seek through a CD track.

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    Steering wheel

  • WINDSCREEN WIPERS

    B

    C

    D

    AE70696

    Single wipeA

    Intermittent wipeB

    Normal wipeC

    High speed wipeD

    Intermittent wipe

    E70315

    BA

    C

    Short wipe intervalA

    Intermittent wipeB

    Long wipe intervalC

    AUTOWIPERS

    CAUTIONSDo not switch autowipers on indry weather conditions. The rain

    sensor is very sensitive and thewipers may operate if dirt, mist or flieshit the windscreen.

    Replace the wiper blades assoon as they begin to leave

    bands of water and smears. If you donot replace them, the rain sensor willcontinue to detect water on thewindscreen and the wipers willoperate, even though the majority ofthe windscreen is dry.

    Fully defrost the windscreen inicy conditions before you switch

    autowipers on.

    Switch autowipers off before youenter a car wash.

    E70315

    BA

    C

    High sensitivityA

    OnB

    Low sensitivityC

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    Wipers and washers

  • If you switch autowipers on, thewipers will not cycle until water isdetected on the windscreen. The rainsensor will then continuouslymeasure the amount of water on thewindscreen and adjust the speed ofthe wipers automatically.

    Adjust the sensitivity of the rainsensor using the rotary control. Withlow sensitivity, the wipers will operatewhen the sensor detects a lot ofwater on the windscreen. With highsensitivity, the wipers will operate ifthe sensor detects a small amountof water on the windscreen.

    WINDSCREEN WASHERS

    WARNING

    Do not operate the windscreenwashers for more than 10

    seconds or when the reservoir isempty.

    Note: The washer jets are heatedwhen the ignition is on.

    E70776

    REAR WINDOW WIPERAND WASHERS

    Intermittent wipe

    E70777

    Reverse gear wipe

    The rear window wiper will operateautomatically when you selectreverse gear if the wiper lever is inposition B, C or D.

    Washer

    WARNING

    Do not operate the rear windowwasher for more than 10

    seconds or when the reservoir isempty.

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    Wipers and washers

  • E70777

    Pull the lever fully towards thesteering wheel and hold it to operatethe washer.

    HEADLAMP WASHERS

    E70776

    The headlamp washers will operatewith the windscreen washers whenthe headlamps are on.

    Note: To stop the washer fluidreservoir emptying quickly, theheadlamp washers will not operateevery time that you use thewindscreen washers.

    CHECKING THE WIPERBLADES

    E66644

    Run the tip of your fingers over theedge of the blade to check forroughness.

    Clean the wiper blade lips with waterapplied with a soft sponge.

    CHANGING THE WIPERBLADES

    Windscreen wiper blades

    CAUTIONSSet the windscreen wipers in theservice position to change the

    wiper blades.

    You can use the service positionin winter to provide easier access

    to the wiper blades for freeing themfrom snow and ice. The windscreenwipers will return to their normalposition as soon as you switch on theignition so make sure that you fullydefrost the windscreen before youswitch on the ignition.

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    Wipers and washers

  • Service position

    E85833

    A

    E75188

    Switch off the ignition and move thewiper lever to position A within threeseconds. Release the lever when thewindscreen wipers have moved tothe service position.

    Changing the windscreenwiper blades

    Set the windscreen wipers in theservice position and lift the wiperarms.

    E728991

    2

    1. Press the locking button.

    2. Remove the wiper blade.

    Note: Make sure that the wiperblade locks into place.

    3. Install in the reverse order.

    Rear window wiper blades

    Changing the rear windowwiper blades - Estate

    1. Lift the wiper arm.

    2

    3

    4

    E86456

    2. Position the wiper blade at rightangles to the wiper arm.

    3. Disengage the wiper blade fromthe wiper arm.

    4. Remove the wiper blade.

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    Wipers and washers

  • Note: Make sure that the wiperblade locks into place.

    5. Install in the reverse order.

    Changing the rear windowwiper blades - 5-door

    1. Lift the wiper arm.

    E864572

    3

    2. Press the locking button.

    3. Remove the wiper blade.

    Note: Make sure that the wiperblade locks into place.

    4. Install in the reverse order.

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    Wipers and washers

  • LIGHTING CONTROL

    Lighting control positions

    BA C

    E70718

    OffA

    Side and tail lampsB

    HeadlampsC

    Parking lamps

    CAUTION

    Prolonged use of the parkinglamps will discharge the battery.

    Switch off the ignition.

    Both sides

    Set the lighting control to position B.

    One side

    E75505

    A

    B

    Right-hand sideA

    Left-hand sideB

    Main and dipped beam

    E70725

    Pull the lever fully towards thesteering wheel to switch betweenmain and dipped beam.

    Headlamp flasher

    Pull the lever slightly towards thesteering wheel.

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    Lighting

  • Home safe lighting

    Switch the ignition off and pull thedirection indicator lever towards thesteering wheel to switch theheadlamps on. You will hear a shorttone. The headlamps will go offautomatically after three minutes withany door open, or 30 seconds afterthe last door has been closed.

    With all doors closed, but within the30 second delay, opening any doorwill result in the three minute timerstarting again.

    The home safe lights can becancelled by either pulling thedirection indicator lever towards thesteering wheel again or by turningthe ignition switch on.

    AUTOLAMPS

    E70719

    Note: If you have switchedautolamps on, you can only switchthe main beam on when autolampshas switched the headlamps on.

    The headlamps will come on and gooff automatically depending on theambient light.

    FRONT FOG LAMPS

    E70721

    WARNING

    Only use the front fog lampswhen visibility is considerably

    restricted by fog, snow or rain.

    REAR FOG LAMPS

    E70720

    WARNINGSOnly use the rear fog lampswhen visibility is restricted to less

    than 50 metres.

    Do not use the rear fog lampswhen it is raining or snowing and

    visibility is more than 50 metres.

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    Lighting

  • HEADLAMP LEVELLING

    Note: Vehicles with Xenonheadlamps are equipped withautomatic headlamp levelling.

    E70722

    A B

    Raised headlamp beamsA

    Lowered headlamp beamsB

    You can adjust the level of theheadlamp beams according to thevehicle load.

    Recommended headlamp levelling switch positions

    Switch positionLoad in luggagecompartment

    Load

    Second rowseats

    Front seats

    0--1-2

    0 (0.52)--1-2

    1 (0.52)-31-2

    3 (0.52)Max131-2

    4 (1.52)Max1-1

    1 See Vehicle identification (page 242).2 Vehicles with active suspension.

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    Lighting

  • HAZARD WARNINGFLASHERS

    Note: Depending on applicable lawsand regulations in the country forwhich your vehicle was originally built,the hazard warning flashers may flashif you brake heavily.

    E71943

    For item location: See Quick start(page 10).

    ADAPTIVE FRONT LIGHTING SYSTEM (AFS)

    E72897

    A

    B

    A

    B

    without AFSA

    with AFSB

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    Lighting

  • The AFS adjusts the headlampdipped beam depending on vehicledirection and speed. It improvesvisibility when you are driving at nightand helps to reduce headlamp glarefor oncoming drivers.

    The system will not operate when thevehicle is stationary, when you haveswitched on the daytime runninglamps or when you have selectedreverse gear.

    A message will appear in theinformation display if the systemmalfunctions. See Informationmessages (page 99). Theheadlamps will move to a fixedcentral or dipped position. Have thesystem checked as soon as possible.

    Cornering lamps

    E72898

    B

    A

    B

    A

    Headlamp beamA

    Cornering lamp beamB

    The cornering lamps illuminate theinside of a corner when you areturning.

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  • DIRECTION INDICATORS

    E70727

    Note: Tap the lever up or down tomake the direction indicators flashonly three times.

    INTERIOR LAMPS

    Courtesy lamp

    CBA

    E71945

    OffA

    Door contactB

    OnC

    If you set the switch to position B, thecourtesy lamp will come on when youunlock or open a door or the luggagecompartment lid. If you leave a dooropen with the ignition switch off, thecourtesy lamp will go offautomatically after some time toprevent the vehicle battery fromdischarging. To switch it back on,switch on the ignition for a short time.

    The courtesy lamp will also come onwhen you switch off the ignition. It willgo off automatically after a short timeor when you start or restart theengine.

    If you set the switch to position Cwith the ignition switch off, thecourtesy lamp will come on. It will gooff automatically after a short time toprevent the vehicle battery fromdischarging. To switch it back on,switch on the ignition for a short time.

    Reading lamps

    E71946

    If you switch off the ignition, thereading lamps will go off automaticallyafter some time to prevent thevehicle battery from discharging. Toswitch them back on, switch on theignition for a short time.

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  • Vanity mirror lamps

    A

    B

    E72900

    OffA

    OnB

    If you switch off the ignition, the vanitymirror lamps will go off automaticallyafter a short time to prevent thevehicle battery from discharging. Toswitch them back on, switch on theignition for a short time.

    REMOVING A HEADLAMP

    WARNING

    Have Xenon bulbs changed bya trained technician. There is a

    risk of electric shock.

    1. Open the bonnet. See Openingand closing the bonnet (page203).

    E85995

    2. Remove the screws.

    E88843

    3. Remove the plastic screw andretainer.

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  • 54E85996

    4. Carefully pull the corner of thegrille and bumper towards thefront of the vehicle.

    5. Carefully lift the corner of theheadlamp and push it as far aspossible towards the back of thevehicle.

    7

    6

    E88982

    6. Carefully pull the headlamptowards the centre of the vehicle,behind the grille and bumper, todisengage it from the lower outerfixing point.

    7. Remove the headlamp.

    CAUTION

    When fitting the headlamp, takecare not to damage the locating

    points.

    Note: When fitting the headlamp,make sure that you fully engage theheadlamp in the lower outer fixingpoint.

    Note: When fitting the headlamp,tighten the front screw first and thenthe rear screw.

    CHANGING A BULB

    WARNINGSSwitch the lights and the ignitionoff.

    Let the bulb cool down beforeremoving it.

    Have Xenon bulbs changed bya trained technician. There is a

    risk of electric shock.

    CAUTIONSDo not touch the glass of thebulb.

    Only fit bulbs of the correctspecification. See Bulb

    specification chart (page 71).

    Note: The following instructionsdescribe how to remove the bulbs.Fit replacements in the reverse orderunless otherwise stated.

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  • Headlamp

    Note: Remove the covers to gainaccess to the bulbs.

    Direction indicator

    1. Remove the headlamp. SeeRemoving a headlamp (page62).

    E72259

    2

    3

    2. Turn the bulb holderanti-clockwise and remove it.

    3. Gently press the bulb into the bulbholder, turn it anti-clockwise andremove it.

    Headlamp main beam

    1. Remove the headlamp. SeeRemoving a headlamp (page62).

    E72261

    3

    2

    2. Disconnect the electricalconnector.

    3. Release the clip and remove thebulb.

    Headlamp dipped beam

    1. Remove the headlamp. SeeRemoving a headlamp (page62).

    E72260

    3

    2

    2. Turn the bulb holderanti-clockwise and remove it.

    3. Remove the bulb.

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  • Cornering lamp

    1. Remove the headlamp. SeeRemoving a headlamp (page62).

    E72262

    3

    2

    2. Disconnect the electricalconnector.

    3. Release the clip and remove thebulb.

    Side repeaters

    3

    2

    E85999

    1

    1. Carefully remove the siderepeater.

    2. Hold the bulb holder, turn thehousing anti-clockwise andremove it.

    3. Remove the bulb.

    Approach lamp

    E72264

    1

    Note: Position the mirror glass as farinwards as possible.

    1. Insert a screwdriver into the gapbetween the mirror housing andthe mirror glass and release themetal retaining clip.

    E72265

    3

    2

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  • 2. Remove the lamp.

    3. Remove the bulb.

    Front fog lamps

    E72267

    3

    2

    4

    1

    Note: You cannot separate the foglamp bulb from the bulb holder.

    Note: Do not remove the screws.

    1. Loosen the screws.

    2. Remove the lamp.

    3. Disconnect the electricalconnector.

    4. Turn the bulb holderanti-clockwise and remove it.

    Rear lamps

    Direction indicator, tail andbrake lamp

    E86003

    1

    1. Remove the trim panel.

    2

    E86004

    2. Unclip the bulb holder.

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  • E86005

    3

    A

    B

    Direction indicatorA

    Tail and brake lampB

    3. Gently press the bulb into the bulbholder, turn it anti-clockwise andremove it.

    Reversing lamp, tail lamp andfog lamp

    1

    E86006

    1. Remove the trim panel.

    2

    E86007

    2. Unclip the bulb holder.

    3

    CB

    A

    E86008

    Reversing lampA

    Tail lampB

    Fog lampC

    3. Gently press the bulb into the bulbholder, turn it anti-clockwise andremove it.

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  • Central high mounted brakelamp

    Remove the trim panel

    4-door

    13

    E87617

    1. Detach the clips.

    5-door

    1

    2

    E87618

    1. Remove the screws.

    2. Detach the clips.

    Estate

    E87619

    1. Detach the clips.

    Remove the lamp

    2

    1 1E87620

    1. Insert a suitable object into theholes.

    2. Carefully pull the lamp towards thefront of the vehicle to release thespring clips.

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  • E86002

    3

    3. Remove the lamp.

    3

    4

    E79601

    4. Unclip the bulb holder.

    5. Remove the bulb.

    Number plate lamp

    E72789

    1. Carefully release the spring clip.

    2. Remove the lamp.

    3. Remove the bulb.

    Interior lamp

    Vehicles without interiorsensors

    E72788

    1. Carefully prise out the lens.

    2. Remove the lens.

    3. Remove the bulb.

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  • Vehicles with interior sensors

    E72787

    1. Carefully prise out the lens.

    2. Remove the lens.

    3. Remove the bulb.

    Reading lamps

    Vehicles without interiorsensors

    E72796

    1. Carefully prise out the lens.

    2. Remove the lens.

    3. Remove the bulb.

    Vehicles with interior sensors

    E72786

    1. Carefully prise out the lamp.

    2. Turn the bulb holderanti-clockwise and remove it.

    E73939

    3

    3. Remove the bulb.

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  • Vanity mirror lamp

    E72785

    1. Carefully prise out the lamp.

    2. Remove the bulb.

    Luggage compartmentlamp

    E72784

    1. Carefully prise out the lamp.

    2. Remove the bulb.

    BULB SPECIFICATION CHART

    Power (watt)SpecificationLamp

    21PY21WFront direction indicator

    55H1Headlamp main beam

    55H7Headlamp dipped beam

    55H1Cornering lamp

    5W5WSide repeater

    5W5Approach lamp

    351H8Front fog lamp

    551H11Front fog lamp

    5W5WSide lamp

    21PY21WRear direction indicator

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  • Power (watt)SpecificationLamp

    21/5P21/5WBrake and tail lamp

    4P21/4WTail lamp

    21/5P21/5WRear fog lamp

    21P21WReversing lamp

    55 x W5WCentral high mounted brake lamp

    5W5WNumber plate lamp

    10FestoonInterior lamp

    5BA 9sReading lamp

    5W5WVanity mirror lamp

    5W5WLuggage compartment lamp1Fit a replacement with the same rating as the one you have removed.

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  • ELECTRIC WINDOWS

    WARNING

    Do not operate the electricwindows unless they are free

    from obstruction.

    Note: If you operate the switchesoften during a short period of time,the system might become inoperablefor a certain time to prevent damagedue to overheating.

    Note: You can operate the windowsfor several minutes after you switchoff the ignition. They will bedeactivated as soon as a door isopened.

    Note: If you operate both the switchon the relevant door and the switchfor that window on the drivers doorat the same time, the window willstop moving.

    Switch on the ignition to operate theelectric windows.

    Global opening and globalclosing

    You can also operate the electricwindows with the ignition off via theglobal opening and global closingfunction. See Global opening andclosing (page 38).

    Note: Global opening and globalclosing will open or close thewindows automatically only onvehicles equipped with four electricwindows.

    Note: Global closing will only operateif you have set the memory correctlyfor each window.

    Drivers door switches

    E70848

    You can operate all the windows withthe switches on the door trim panelof the drivers door.

    Front and rear passengersdoor switches

    E70849

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  • Opening and closing thewindows automatically

    Press or lift the switch to the secondaction point and release it. Press orlift it again to stop the windows.

    Safety switch for rearwindows

    Note: You can always operate therear windows from the drivers door.

    E70850

    A switch in the drivers door disablesthe rear electric window switches.

    The light in the switch illuminates andthe lights in the rear window switchesgo off when the rear windows aredisabled.

    Anti-trap function

    WARNING

    Careless closing of the windowscan override the protection

    function and cause injuries.

    The electric windows will stopautomatically while closing andreverse some distance if there is anobstacle in the way.

    Overriding the anti-trapfunction

    CAUTION

    While you close the window forthe third time, the anti-trap

    function is disabled. Make sure thereare no obstacles in the way of theclosing window.

    To override this protection functionwhen there is a resistance, forexample, in the winter, proceed asfollows:

    1. Close the window twice until itreaches the resistance and let itreverse.

    2. Close the window a third time tothe resistance. The anti-trapfunction is disabled and youcannot close the windowautomatically. The window willoverride the resistance and youcan close it fully.

    3. If the window does not close afterthe third attempt, have it checkedby a properly trained technician.

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  • Resetting the memory ofthe electric windows

    WARNING

    The anti-trap function isdeactivated until you have reset

    the memory.

    After the battery has beendisconnected from the vehicle youmust reset the memory separatelyfor each window:

    1. Lift the switch until the window isfully closed. Hold the switch liftedfor one more second.

    2. Release the switch and lift it again,two or three times, for one moresecond.

    3. Open the window and try to closeit automatically.

    4. Reset and repeat procedure if thewindow does not closeautomatically.

    Safety mode

    WARNING

    The anti-trap function is notactive during this procedure.

    If the system detects a malfunction,it enters a safety mode. The windowswill move for only about 0.5 secondsat a time and then stop again. Closethe windows by pressing the switchagain when the windows stopmoving. Have this checkedimmediately.

    EXTERIOR MIRRORS

    Convex mirrors

    E71042

    WARNING

    Do not overestimate thedistance of the objects that you

    see in the convex mirror. Objectsseen in convex mirrors will appearsmaller and further away than theyactually are.

    Folding mirrors

    E71043

    Make sure that you fully engage themirror in its support when returningit to its original position.

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  • ELECTRIC EXTERIORMIRRORS

    A CB

    E70846

    Left-hand mirrorA

    OffB

    Right-hand mirrorC

    Mirror tilting positions

    E70847

    The electric exterior mirrors are fittedwith a heating element that willdefrost or demist the mirror glass.See Heated windows andmirrors (page 116).

    Electric folding mirrors

    The electric folding mirrors operatewith the ignition on.

    Note: You can operate the mirrors(mirror tilting and folding) for severalminutes after you switch off theignition. They will be deactivated assoon as a door is opened.

    E72623

    Press the button to fold or unfold themirrors.

    If you press the switch again whilethe mirrors are moving, they will stopand reverse the direction ofmovement.

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  • Note: When the mirrors areoperated often during a short periodof time, the system may becomeinoperable for a period of time toprevent damage due to overheating.

    Reverse mirror dipping

    Depending on the selected mirrorposition (A or C), the relevant exteriormirror will dip whenever you selectreverse gear, giving you a view of thekerb.

    When you first use this feature, themirrors will dip to a preset position.You can programme the degree ofdipping using the following sequence:

    Note: You can disable this featureby leaving the electric exterior mirrorselector switch in position B.The exterior mirrors will return to theoriginal position: If the vehicle speed exceeds 10

    km/h (6 mph). Approximately 10 seconds after

    reverse gear has beendisengaged.

    If the electric exterior mirrorselector switch is returned toposition B.

    Passive setting

    1. Turn the ignition on. Do not startthe engine.

    2. Select the desired exterior mirror(A or C).

    3. Select reverse gear, the selectedexterior mirror will adjust to apreset position.

    4. Adjust the mirrors to the requireddipped position.

    5. Disengage reverse gear.

    The settings will be storedautomatically.

    Active setting

    1. Turn the ignition on. Do not startthe engine.

    2. Select the desired exterior mirror(A or C).

    3. Select reverse gear, the selectedexterior mirror will adjust to apreset position.

    4. Adjust the mirror to the requireddipped position.

    5. Press and hold the desiredpre-set button until a single chimesounds to confirm. See Memoryfunction (page 133).

    INTERIOR MIRROR

    E71272

    Dip the mirror to reduce glare whendriving at night.

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  • AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR

    E71028

    The auto-dimming mirror will adjustautomatically when hit by glaring lightfrom behind. It will not work when youhave selected reverse gear.

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  • GAUGES

    Type 1 and 2

    BA C D

    E72984

    TachometerA

    Engine coolant temperature gaugeB

    Fuel gaugeC

    SpeedometerD

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  • Type 3

    A B

    CDEE87713

    TachometerA

    SpeedometerB

    Engine coolant temperature gaugeC

    Fuel gaugeD

    Message centre. See Information displays (page 85).E

    Engine coolant temperaturegauge

    Shows the temperature of the enginecoolant. At normal operatingtemperature, the needle will remainin the centre section.

    CAUTION

    Do not restart the engine until thecause of overheating has been

    resolved.

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  • If the needle moves towards 120C,the engine is overheating. Stop theengine, switch the ignition off anddetermine the cause once theengine has cooled down. SeeEngine coolant check (page 214).

    Fuel gauge

    The arrow adjacent to the fuel pumpsymbol tells you on which side ofyour vehicle the fuel filler cap islocated.

    WARNING LAMPS ANDINDICATORS

    The following warning lamps andindicators will illuminate briefly whenyou switch the ignition on to confirmthat the system is operational: ABS Airbag Brake system Engine Frost Ignition Oil pressure (all except 2.5L

    Duratec-ST) Stability control (ESP).

    If a warning or indicator lamp doesnot illuminate when the ignition isswitched on, it indicates amalfunction. Have the systemchecked by properly trainedtechnician.

    ABS warning lamp

    It will flash when the systemis operating. If it illuminateswhen driving, this indicates

    a malfunction. Have the systemchecked by a properly trainedtechnician. You will continue to havenormal braking (without ABS) buthave this checked as soon aspossible.

    Airbag warning lamp

    If it does not illuminate, if itstays on or illuminatesintermittently or continuously

    while driving, this indicates amalfunction. Have the systemchecked by a properly trainedtechnician.

    Brake system warning lamp

    WARNING

    Reduce your speed gradually.Use your brakes with great care.

    Do not step on the brake pedalabruptly.

    If it illuminates when you aredriving, this indicates amalfunction in one of the

    brake circuits. Check the brake fluidlevel. See Brake and clutch fluidcheck (page 215).

    WARNING

    Have this checked immediately.

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  • If the brake system warning lampilluminates with the ABS warning lampor the stability control (ESP) warninglamp, this indicates a malfunction.Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safeto do so and have this checkedbefore continuing you journey.

    Cruise control indicator

    E71340

    It will illuminate when youhave set a speed using thecruise control system. See

    Using cruise control (page 161).On vehicles with adaptive cruisecontrol (ACC), the indicator willilluminate when ACC is active. SeeUsing ACC (page 165).

    Direction indicators

    Flashes during operation. Asudden increase in the rateof flashing warns of a failed

    indicator bulb. See Changing abulb (page 63).

    Engine warning lamp

    If it illuminates with theengine running, thisindicates a malfunction. If it

    flashes when you are driving,reduce the speed of yourvehicle immediately. If itcontinues to flash, avoid heavyacceleration or deceleration. Havethe system checked by a properlytrained technician immediately.

    Forward alert indicator

    It will illuminate when thisfeature is active. SeeForward alert function

    (page 168).

    Front fog lamp indicator

    It will illuminate when youswitch the front fog lampson.

    Frost warning lamp

    It will illuminate and gloworange when the outside airtemperature is between 4C

    (39.2F) and 1C (33.8F). It will glowred when the temperature is below1C (33.8F).

    Glow plug indicator

    See Starting a dieselengine (page 140).

    Headlamp indicator

    It will illuminate when youswitch the headlamp dippedbeam or the side and tail

    lamps on.

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  • Ignition warning lamp

    If it illuminates when you aredriving, this indicates amalfunction. Switch off all

    unnecessary electrical equipment.Have the system checked by aproperly trained technicianimmediately.

    Low fuel level warning lamp

    If it illuminates, refuel as soonas possible.

    Main beam indicator

    It will illuminate when youswitch the headlamp mainbeam on. It will flash when

    you use the headlamp flasher.

    Maximum engine speedindicator

    It will illuminate when themaximum engine speed isreached.

    Message indicator

    It will illuminate when a newmessage is stored in theinformation display. See

    Information messages (page99).

    Oil pressure warning lamp

    CAUTION

    Do not resume your journey if theoil pressure warning lamp

    illuminates despite the oil level beingcorrect. Have the system checkedby a properly trained technicianimmediately.

    If the lamp stays on afterstarting or illuminates duringa journey, this indicates a

    malfunction. Stop your vehicle assoon as it is safe to do so and switchthe engine off. Check the engine oillevel. See Engine oil check (page213).

    Rear fog lamp indicator

    It will illuminate when youswitch the rear fog lampson.

    Seat belt reminder

    See Seat belt reminder(page 31).

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  • Stability control (ESP)warning lamp

    While driving, it flashesduring activation of thesystem. After switching on

    the ignition, if it does not illuminate orilluminates continuously while driving,this indicates a malfunction. During amalfunction, the system switches off.Have the system checked by aproperly trained technician as soonas possible.

    If you switch ESP off, the warninglamp will illuminate. The lamp will goout when you switch the systemback on or when you switch theignition off.

    AUDIBLE WARNINGSAND INDICATORS

    Switching the chimes onand off

    You can deactivate certain chimes.

    To set which chimes should sound:

    E70499

    1. Press the right arrow button onthe steering wheel to enter themain menu.

    2. Highlight Setup with the up anddown arrow buttons and pressthe right arrow button.

    3. Highlight Chimes and press theright arrow button.

    4. Highlight the chime and press theOK button to switch the chime onand off.

    5. Press the left arrow button to exitthe menu. Hold the left arrowbutton pressed to return to thetrip computer display.

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  • GENERAL INFORMATION

    WARNING

    Do not operate the informationdisplay controls when the

    vehicle is moving.

    Note: The information display willremain on for several minutes afteryou switch off the ignition.

    Various systems on your vehicle canbe controlled using the buttons onyour steering wheel. Correspondinginformation is displayed in theinformation display.

    For detailed instructions on audio,navigation, phone etc. refer to theappropriate manual.

    Controls

    E70499

    Press the up and down arrowbuttons:

    to scroll through the trip computerdisplays

    to scroll through and highlight theoptions within a menu.

    Press the right arrow button:

    to enter the main menu from thetrip computer displays

    to enter a sub-menu.

    Press the left arrow button to exit amenu.

    Hold the left arrow button pressedat any time to return to the mainmenu display (escape button).

    Note: The system will return to thetrip computer displays automaticallyif you do not press any button for aperiod of time.

    Press the OK button to choose andconfirm a setting.

    Instrument cluster functions

    Type 3Type 2Type 1Function

    XXXTrip computer

    XXXInformation messages

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  • Type 3Type 2Type 1Function

    XXXClock setup

    XX-Display settings

    XX-Park heater setup

    X--Navigation control

    X--CD control

    X--CD changer control

    X--Radio control

    X--Phone control

    X--Auxiliary input control

    Type 1

    E80604

    Press the up and down arrowbuttons on the steering wheel toscroll through the trip computerdisplays. See Trip computer(page 94).

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  • Menu structure

    Information

    Reset trip TripodometerAvg. fuelAvg. speedAll values

    Messages

    Clock Set clock24 Hour mode12 Hour mode

    E87751

    Type 2

    E74426

    6.3Average Fuel

    09:00

    234.2 km

    123456 km

    l100km

    Press the up and down arrowbuttons on the steering wheel toscroll through the trip computerdisplays. See Trip computer(page 94).

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  • Menu structure

    Reset Trip Trip OdoAvg. fuelAvg. speedAll

    EnglishGermanItalianFrenchSpanishTurkishRussianDutchPolish

    PortugueseSwedish

    Configure

    Language

    Measure unit

    Display

    Set Clock24 Hour Mode12 Hour Mode

    Always offOn guidanceAlways on

    MessagesTyre Press.

    MetricImperial

    Help ScreenRadio InfoPhone InfoNAV info

    Information

    Clock

    Setup

    BA

    E87752

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  • Chimes

    Forw. Alert

    Low Fuel

    ACC warningFA warning

    Home lightGeneral warn.General info.

    Early

    LateNormal

    Sensitivity

    Warn Audible

    Off

    ManualAuto

    Hill Launch

    Check

    High loadLow load

    Tyre Pressure

    Full guard

    Ask on exitReduced

    Alarm

    Aux. Heater

    Parkheater

    BA

    E87753

    Set Time

    SaturdaySunday

    FridayThursday

    MondayTuesdayWednesday

    Set Time

    SaturdaySunday

    FridayThursday

    MondayTuesdayWednesday

    Time 1

    Time 2

    OnceActive now

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  • Type 3

    E88048

    Use the controls to scroll through themenu displays.

    Note: After a short period of time,the display will enter a screen savermode. To access the menus fromhere, press the left arrow button.

    Device list

    T