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  1. 1. Table of contentsIntroduction 4Instrumentation 9Warning and control lights 9Gauges 15Entertainment Systems 20AM/FM stereo 20AM/FM stereo cassette 20AM/FM stereo cassette with CD 32AM/FM stereo with CD 40Climate Controls 56Heater only 56Manual heating and air conditioning 57Lights 61Headlamps 61Turn signal control 63Driver Controls 68Windshield wiper/washer control 68Steering wheel adjustment 69Power windows 74Mirrors 75Speed control 761
  2. 2. Table of contentsLocks and Security 82Keys 82Locks 82Anti-theft system 82Seating and Safety Restraints 86Seating 86Safety restraints 92Child restraints 101Driving 109Starting 109Brakes 113Transmission operation 132Vehicle loading 149Roadside Emergencies 150Hazard flasher switch 150Fuses and relays 151Jump starting 162Customer Assistance 166The dispute settlement board 168Getting assistance outside the U.S. and Canada 171Ordering additional owners literature 172Reporting safety defects (U.S. only) 1732
  3. 3. Table of contentsCleaning 174Underbody preservation 177Maintenance and Specifications 178Accessories 224General Maintenance Information 225Index 243All rights reserved. Reproduction by any means, electronic or mechanicalincluding photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrievalsystem or translation in whole or part is not permitted without writtenauthorization from Ford Motor Company. Ford may change the contents withoutnotice and without incurring obligation.Copyright 2002 Ford Motor Company3
  4. 4. IntroductionThe following warning may be required by California law:CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 WarningWARNING: Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, andcertain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known tothe State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or otherreproductive harm. In addition, certain fluids contained in vehicles andcertain products of component wear contain or emit chemicals knownto the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or otherreproductive harm.CONGRATULATIONSCongratulations on acquiring your new Ford. Please take the time to getwell acquainted with your vehicle by reading this handbook. The moreyou know and understand about your vehicle the greater the safety andpleasure you will derive from driving it.For more information on Ford Motor Company and its products visit thefollowing website: In the United States: www.ford.com In Canada: www.ford.ca In Mexico: www.ford.com.mx In Australia: www.ford.com.auAdditional owner information is given in separate publications.This Owners Guide describes every option and model variant availableand therefore some of the items covered may not apply to yourparticular vehicle. Furthermore, due to printing cycles it may describeoptions before they are generally available.Remember to pass on the Owners Guide when reselling the vehicle. It isan integral part of the vehicle.SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTIONWarning symbols in this guideHow can you reduce the risk of personal injury and prevent possibledamage to others, your vehicle and its equipment? In this guide, answersto such questions are contained in comments highlighted by the warningtriangle symbol. These comments should be read and observed.4
  5. 5. Warning symbols on your vehicleIntroductionWhen you see this symbol, it isimperative that you consult therelevant section of this guide beforetouching or attempting adjustmentof any kind.Protecting the environmentWe must all play our part inprotecting the environment. Correctvehicle usage and the authorizeddisposal of waste cleaning andlubrication materials are significantsteps towards this aim. Information in this respect is highlighted in thisguide with the tree symbol.SPECIAL NOTICESEmission warrantyThe New Vehicle Limited Warranty includes Bumper-to-BumperCoverage, Safety Restraint Coverage, Corrosion Coverage, and 7.3LPower Stroke Diesel Engine Coverage. In addition, your vehicle is eligiblefor Emissions Defect and Emissions Performance Warranties. For adetailed description of what is covered and what is not covered, refer tothe Warranty Guide that is provided to you along with your OwnersGuide.Special instructionsFor your added safety, your vehicle is fitted with sophisticated electroniccontrols.By operating other electronic equipment (e.g. mobile telephonewithout exterior aerial) electromagnetic fields can occur whichcan cause malfunctions of the vehicle electronics. Therefore you shouldobserve the instructions of the equipment manufacturers5
  6. 6. These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle.Safety Alert See Owners GuideFasten Safety Belt Air Bag-FrontAir Bag-Side Child SeatChild Seat InstallationWarningChild Seat TetherAnchorageBrake System Anti-Lock Brake SystemBrake Fluid -Non-Petroleum BasedTraction ControlAdvanceTrac Master Lighting SwitchHazard Warning Flasher Fog Lamps-FrontFuse Compartment Fuel Pump ResetWindshield Wash/WipeWindshieldDefrost/DemistRear WindowDefrost/DemistPower WindowsFront/RearPower Window LockoutChild Safety DoorLock/UnlockIntroduction6
  7. 7. Interior LuggageCompartment ReleaseSymbolPanic AlarmEngine Oil Engine CoolantEngine CoolantTemperatureDo Not Open When HotBatteryAvoid Smoking, Flames,or SparksBattery Acid Explosive GasFan Warning Power Steering FluidMaintain Correct FluidLevelMAXMIN Emission SystemEngine Air FilterPassenger CompartmentAir FilterJack Check fuel capLow tire warningIntroduction7
  8. 8. IntroductionFEDERAL HIGHWAY ADMINISTRATION REGULATIONRegulations such as those issued by the Federal Highway Administrationor issued pursuant to the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA),and/or state and local laws and regulations may require additionalequipment for the way you intend to use the vehicle. It is theresponsibility of the registered owner to determine the applicability ofsuch laws and regulations to your intended use for the vehicle, and toarrange for the installation of required equipment. Your Ford dealer hasinformation about the availability of equipment which may be ordered foryour vehicle.ENTERING, EXITING AND/OR CLIMBING ON THIS VEHICLEYou must be careful and deliberate to minimize the possibility of personalinjury from a slip and fall when entering, exiting and/or climbing on thisvehicle. Always use the steps and assist handles before climbing. Do notskip any steps or assist handles. Use three point contact at all times withat least two feet and one hand or two hands and one foot firmly placedduring all phases of entering, exiting and/or climbing. Always keep yourshoe soles and hands clean. Keep the steps and assist handles free ofsnow, ice, oil, grease, substances or debris. Be sure to use extra care inbad weather. Avoid wearing thick gloves. Always perform trailer hook-upwhile standing on the ground.Do not carry items while entering, exiting, and/or climbing. Makesure you keep a firm grip. Always FACE the VEHICLE STEP andHANDLE SYSTEM while climbing up and down. Do not climb behindthe cab unless you have three point contact with a step and handlesystem at all times.8
  9. 9. WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMESInstrumentationWarning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that maybecome serious enough to cause expensive repairs. A warning light mayilluminate when a problem exists with one of your vehicles functions.Many lights will illuminate when you start your vehicle to make sure thebulb works. If any light remains on after starting the vehicle, havethe respective system inspected immediately.Service engine soonIlluminates briefly to ensure theSERVICEsystem is functional. If it comes onENGINEafter the engine is started, one ofSOONthe engines emission controlsystems may be malfunctioning. The light may illuminate without adriveability concern being noted. The vehicle will usually be drivable andwill not require towing.Light turns on solid:Temporary malfunctions may cause your Service Engine Soon light toilluminate. Examples are:1. The vehicle has run out of fuel.2. Poor fuel quality or water in the fuel.These and other temporary malfunctions can be corrected by filling thefuel tank with good quality fuel. After three driving cycles without theseor any other temporary malfunctions present, the Service Engine Soonlight should turn off. (A driving cycle consists of a cold engine startupfollowed by mixed city/highway driving.) No additional vehicle service isrequired.If the Service Engine Soon light remains on, have your vehicle servicedat the first available opportunity.9
  10. 10. Under engine misfire conditions, excessive exhaust temperaturescould damage the fuel system, interior floor coverings or othervehicle components, possibly causing a fire.Engine protect warning (Cummins engine only)Illuminates when there is a fault inENGINEthe electronic subsystem but thePROTECTvehicle can be driven, and indicatesone of the following conditions: low oil pressure low coolant level high coolant temperature high intake manifold temperatureRefer to the Engine Operators Manual.Stop engine (if equipped)This light is used in conjunctionSTOPwith the electronic engine control.ENGINERefer to the Engine OperatorsManual for specific information regarding this feature.If the engine shuts down, it can be restarted and operated for 30seconds at a time or until the problem is corrected. Refer to Engineshutdown system in the Driving chapter.Drivers of electronically controlled engines should know theextent of warning engine shutdown system before operating thevehicle. This information can be obtained from your dealer.Instrumentation10
  11. 11. InstrumentationBrake reserve system warning (if equipped)Illuminates to indicate normalBRAKEHydromax booster reserve systemactivation when the engine is OFFand the service brake pedal isapplied, or when the ignition is inthe ON or START position.This light may also illuminate momentarily if the engine is running andthe driver turns the steering wheel fully in one direction while braking.If the light remains on while the engine is running, this indicatesinadequate hydraulic booster pressure or reserve pump system failure.Stop the vehicle safely as soon as possible and seek service immediately.Brake system warningMomentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionand the engine is off. If the brakewarning lamp does not illuminate atthis time seek service immediately.If equipped with a hydraulic brake system and the warning lamp remainsilluminated after engine start up, this indicates a brake systemmalfunction. Stop the vehicle safely as soon as possible and seek serviceimmediately.If equipped with an air brake system, the warning light stays on until theair pressure builds up to 414 kPa (60 psi). If the air pressure dropsbelow 414 kPa (60 psi) during operation, the remaining brake system isstill operational but the stopping distance will be greater.Anti-lock brake system (ABS)Momentarily illuminates when theignition is turned to the ON positionABSand the engine is off. If the lightremains on after the vehicle isstarted, continues to flash or fails toilluminate, have the system serviced immediately. With the ABS light on,the anti-lock brake system is disabled and normal braking is still effectiveunless the brake warning light also remains illuminated.11
  12. 12. Trailer ABS brake system (if equipped)Illuminates briefly when the engineis powered-up and only when a PLCtrailer or a PLC diagnostic tool isconnected. If the light remains onafter the vehicle is started,continues to flash or fails to illuminate, have the system servicedimmediately.Parking brake warning (Hydraulic brakes only)Momentarily illuminates when theBRAKEignition is turned to the ON positionand the engine is off. Alsoilluminates when the parking brakePis engaged. If the brake warninglamp does not illuminate at thesetimes, seek service immediately.Safety beltIlluminates to remind you to fastenyour safety belts. For moreinformation, refer to the Seatingand safety restraints chapter.Check trans (Allison automatic transmission)The lamp will illuminate for severalCHECKseconds after the ignition is turnedto the ON position. Illumination ofTRANSthis light indicates that a problemhas been detected and shifting may be restricted. Depending upon theseverity of the problem, the read-out digit on the shifter display may beblank. Operation may continue in order to reach service assistance. TheECU may not respond to shift selector requests, since operatinglimitations are being placed on the transmission, i.e. upshifts anddownshifts may be restricted. Direction changes will not occur.Refer to the Transmission Operators Manual for more information.Instrumentation12
  13. 13. InstrumentationRange inhibitIlluminates when the transmission isRANGEnot engaged in the selected gear.The warning light will go off whenINHIBITthe gearshift lever is adjusted in tothe appropriate gear.Refer to the Transmission Operators Manual for more information.Charging system (if equipped)Illuminates when the ignition isturned to the ON position and theengine is off, or an over voltagecondition requiring electrical system service.Wait to startIndicates the air intake heater is inWAIToperation and special startingprocedures are required. Refer toTOthe Driving chapter.STARTIf equipped with an air intake heater, DO NOT use ether or anyother starting fluids. The use of starting fluids (ether) in anengine equipped with an air intake heater could result in damageand/or personal injury.13
  14. 14. InstrumentationWater in fuel (if equipped)During refueling it is possible forWATERwater-contaminated diesel fuel to beINpumped into your fuel tank. YourFUELvehicle fuel system is equipped witha fuel filter/water separator toremove water from the fuel. The indicator light illuminates when the fuelfilter/water separator has a significant quantity of water, or when theignition key is switched to the START position. If the light illuminateswhen the engine is running, stop the vehicle as soon as safely possible,shut off the engine and drain the filter bowl. Allowing water to stay inthe system could result in extensive damage to, or failure of, the fuelinjection system.To drain the fuel filter/water separator (refer to Maintenance andSpecifications chapter for procedure). Rotate the valve at the bottom ofthe filter assembly allowing water to drain from the system. Close thevalve upon completion.Do not drain water separator while engine is running. Fuel mayignite if separator is drained while engine is running or vehicle ismoving.Air clean warning (if equipped)Illuminates when the air system isrestricted (dirty, clogged).AIRCLEANTurn signalIlluminates when the left or rightturn signal or the hazard lights areturned on. If one or both of theindicators stay on continuously or flash faster, check for a burned-outturn signal bulb. Refer to Exterior bulbs in the Lights chapter.High beamsIlluminates when the high beamheadlamps are turned on.14
  15. 15. InstrumentationSafety belt warning chimeSounds to remind you to fasten your safety belts.BeltMinder chimeSounds intermittently to remind you to fasten your safety belts.Headlamps on warning chimeSounds when the headlamps or parking lamps are on, the key is removedfrom the ignition and the drivers door is opened.Key-in-ignition warning chimeSounds when the key is left in the ignition and the drivers door isopened.Parking brake warning chime F650 SuperCrewzerSounds when the parking brake knob is pulled and the parking brake isnot functioning properly.For information on the parking brake warning chime, refer to theParking brake (SuperCrewzer and Allison automatic transmissionwith Park in Park) in the Hydraulic brakes section in the Drivingchapter.GAUGES15
  16. 16. Engine coolant temperature gaugeIndicates the temperature of theengine coolant. At normal operatingtemperature, the needle remainswithin the normal area (the areabetween the H and C). If itenters the red section, the engine isoverheating. Stop the vehicle assoon as safely possible, switch offthe engine immediately and let theengine cool. Refer to Enginecoolant in the Maintenance andspecifications chapter.HCNever remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine isrunning or hot. Steam and scalding liquid from a hot coolingsystem can burn you badly.This gauge indicates the temperature of the engine coolant, not thecoolant level. If the coolant is not at its proper level the gauge indicationwill not be accurate.Engine oil pressure gaugeIndicates engine oil pressure. Atnormal operating temperature, theneedle will be in the normal rangeH(the area between the L and H);if the needle goes below the normalrange, stop the vehicle as soon assafely possible and switch off theengine immediately. Check the oilLlevel. Add oil if needed (refer toEngine oil in the Maintenanceand specifications chapter). If the oil level is correct, have your vehiclechecked at your dealership or by a qualified technician.Instrumentation16
  17. 17. InstrumentationAir pressure gauge and warning buzzer (if equipped)Indicates the amount of air pressurein the brake system (green=primary,60 90red=secondary) in pounds persquare inch. When the pressure isPSItoo low for normal brake operation30 120(less than 414 kPa [60 psi]) and theignition is turned to ON: a warning buzzer sounds the warning light illuminatesAll vehicles have a dual-pointer airpressure gauge to indicate the pressure in both brake circuits.Vehicles equipped with rear air suspension also have a dual-pointer airpressure gauge.Do not drive the vehicle when the low air pressure buzzer issounding or the warning light is lit. These warnings indicatethere is not enough air pressure for the brake or suspension system tooperate properly.Battery voltage gaugeIndicates battery voltage. If thepointer moves and stays outside thenormal operating range, have thevehicles electrical system checkedas soon as possible.0AIR 150PRESSURE81817
  18. 18. InstrumentationFuel gaugeDisplays approximately how muchfuel is in the fuel tank. The fuelgauge may vary slightly when thevehicle is in motion or on a grade.When refueling the vehicle fromempty indication, the amount of fuelthat can be added will be less thanthe advertised capacity due to thereserve fuel.The FUEL DOOR icon and arrow indicates which side of the vehicle thefuel filler door is located.SpeedometerIndicates the current vehicle speed.OdometerRegisters the total kilometers(miles) of the vehicle.18
  19. 19. Trip odometerRegisters the kilometers (miles) ofindividual journeys. To reset,depress the control.InstrumentationTachometerIndicates the engine speed in2revolutions per minute.Driving with your tachometerpointer in the red zone may damagethe engine. RPM 1000DIESEL FUEL ONLY1X 03419
  20. 20. Entertainment SystemsAM/FM STEREO (WITH 2 SPEAKERS)TONE TONE VOLST DXSEEKFM12CLK TUNEVOLPUSHON1 2 3 4 AM/FMAM/FM STEREO (WITH 4 SPEAKERS AND FADE CAPABILITY)TONE TONE VOLST DXSEEKFM12CLK TUNEVOLPUSHONAM / FM STEREO1 2 3 4 AM/FM20
  21. 21. Volume/power controlPress the control to turn the audiosystem on or off.Turn the control to raise or lowervolume.Entertainment SystemsIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a nominal listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.Bass adjustThe bass adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystems bass output.Press the TONE control once, thenuse the volume knob to adjust thedesired level.Treble adjustThe treble adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystems treble output.Press the TONE control twice, thenuse the volume knob to adjust thedesired level.VOLPUSHONVOLPUSHONTONECLKVOLPUSHONTONECLKVOLPUSHON21
  22. 22. Entertainment SystemsSpeaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can beadjusted between the right and leftspeakers.Press the TONE control three times,then use the volume knob to adjustthe desired level.Speaker fade adjust (if equipped)Speaker sound can be adjustedbetween the front and rearspeakers.Press the TONE control four times,then use the volume knob to adjustthe desired level.TONECLKTONECLKSeek functionThe seek function control works in radio mode.Seek function in radio mode Press to find the nextlistenable station down thefrequency band. Press to find the nextlistenable station up the frequency band.AM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio mode.VOLPUSHONVOLPUSHONSEEKTUNEAM/FMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.22
  23. 23. Radio station memory presetEntertainment Systems1 2 3 4The radio is equipped with four station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to four preset AM stations and eightFM stations (four in FM1 and four in FM2).Setting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control.2. Select a station. Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for moreinformation on selecting a station.3. Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns,indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected.1 2 3 4Setting the clockPress CLK to toggle betweenlistening frequencies and clockmode.To set the hour, press and hold theCLK control until CLOCK SETappears in the display and press theSEEK control: to decrease hours and to increase hours.TONECLK23
  24. 24. Entertainment SystemsTo set the minute, press and holdthe CLK control until CLOCK SETappears in the display and press theTUNE control:TONECLK to decrease minutes and to increase minutes.The CLK control will allow you toswitch between media display mode(radio station, stereo information,etc.) and clock display mode (time).When in clock mode, the media information will display for ten seconds,when the radio is turned on, and then revert to clock information. Anytime that the media is changed, (new radio station, etc.), the mediainformation will again display for ten seconds before reverting back tothe clock. In media mode, the media information will always bedisplayed.Tune adjustThe tune control works in radio mode.Tune adjust in radio mode Press to move to the nextfrequency down the band(whether or not a listenablestation is located there). Hold thecontrol to move through the frequencies quickly.SEEKTUNE Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or nota listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.24
  25. 25. AM/FM STEREO CASSETTEEntertainment SystemsFM1 STBASS TREB BAL FADESCANEJVOL - PUSH ONSEEKTUNEAMFM1 2 3 4 5 6Volume/power controlPress the control to turn the audiosystem on or off.Turn the control to raise or lowervolume.SIDECLKTAPEAMS1 - 2REW FFVOL - PUSH ONVOL - PUSH ONIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a nominal listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.25
  26. 26. Bass adjustThe bass adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystems bass output.Treble adjustThe treble adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystems treble output.Speaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can beadjusted between the right and leftspeakers.BASSTREBBALEntertainment Systems26
  27. 27. Speaker fade adjustSpeaker sound can be adjustedbetween the front and rearspeakers.Entertainment SystemsSeek functionThe seek function control works in radio mode.Seek function in radio mode Press to find the nextlistenable station down thefrequency band. Press to find the nextlistenable station up thefrequency band.Scan functionThe scan function works in radiomode.FADESCANScan function in radio modePress the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stationson the frequency band. Press the SCAN control again to stop the scanmode.27
  28. 28. Entertainment SystemsAM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio and tape modes.AMFMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press theAM control to select from AM selections, and press the FM control toselect from FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.AM/FM select in tape modePress this control to stop tape play and begin radio play.Radio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelveFM stations (six in FM1 and six in FM2).Setting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band with the AM or the FM select control.2. Select a station. Refer to Tune adjust or Seek function for moreinformation on selecting a station.3. Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns,indicating the station is held in memory on the control you selected.1 2 3 4 5 628
  29. 29. Setting the clockPress CLK to toggle betweenlistening frequencies and clockmode while in radio mode.To set the hour, press and hold theCLK control and press the SEEKcontrol: to decrease hours and to increase hours.To set the minute, press and holdthe CLK control and press theTUNE control: to decrease minutes and to increase minutes.Entertainment SystemsCLKTAPEAMSSEEKTUNECLKTAPEAMSSEEKTUNEThe CLK control will allow you to switch between media display mode(radio station, stereo information, etc.) and clock display mode (time).When in clock mode, the media information will display for 10 seconds,when the radio is turned on, and then revert to clock information. Anytime that the media is changed, (new radio station, etc.), the mediainformation will again display for 10 seconds before reverting back to theclock. In media mode, the media information will always be displayed.Tune adjustThe tune control works in radio mode.29
  30. 30. Tune adjust in radio mode Press to move to the nextfrequency down the band(whether or not a listenablestation is located there). Hold thecontrol to move through thefrequencies quickly. Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or nota listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.Tape select To enter tape mode while in radiomode, press the TAPE AMScontrol.CLKTAPEAMSAutomatic Music SearchThe Automatic Music Search featureallows you to quickly locate thebeginning of the tape selectionCLKbeing played or to skip to the nextselection.TAPETo activate the feature, momentarilyAMSdepress the TAPE AMS button.Then, press either REW (for thebeginning of the current selection) or FF (to advance to the nextselection). The tape deck stops and returns to play mode when the AMScircuit senses a blank section on the tape.In order to ensure proper operation of the AMS feature, the tape MUSThave a blank section of at least four seconds duration between programs.Entertainment Systems30
  31. 31. Entertainment SystemsRewindThe rewind control works in tapemode.To rewind in tape mode, press theREW control.Fast forwardThe fast forward control works intape mode.To fast forward in tape mode, pressthe FF control.In the tape mode, tape direction will automatically reverse when the endof the tape is reached.Tape direction selectPress SIDE and 12 at the sametime to play the alternate side of atape.Eject functionPress the control to stop and eject atape.SIDEREW FF1 - 2SIDEREW FF1 - 2SIDEREW FF1 - 2EJDolby noise reductionDolby noise reduction operatesonly in tape mode. Dolby noisereduction reduces the amount of4hiss and static during tape playback.Press the control to activate (and deactivate) Dolby noisereduction.Dolby noise reduction is manufactured under license from DolbyLaboratories Licensing Corporation. Dolby and the double-D symbolare registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation.31
  32. 32. Entertainment SystemsPREMIUM AM/FM STEREO/CASSETTE/SINGLE CDDISCFM 1AMCBL RFTAPEEJ CDDOLBY B NRSTSCAN BASS TREB SEL BALVOL PUSH ONAM FMSEEKTUNEREW FFSIDE 1-2 COMP SHUFFLE1 2 3 4 5 6Volume/power controlPress the control to turn the audiosystem on or off.Audio power can also be turned onby pressing the AM/FM selectcontrol or the TAPE/CD selectcontrol.Turn control to raise or lowervolume.FADEEJMUTEAUTOCLKVOL - PUSH ONVOL - PUSH ONIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a nominal listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.32
  33. 33. Bass adjustThe bass adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystems bass output.Press the BASS control then press: to decrease the bass outputand to increase the bass output.Treble adjustThe treble adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audiosystems treble output.Press the TREB control then press: to decrease the treble outputand to increase the treble output.Speaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can beadjusted between the right and leftspeakers.Press the BAL control then press: to shift sound to the left and to shift sound to the right.Speaker fade adjustSpeaker sound can be adjustedbetween the front and rearspeakers.Press the FADE control then press: to shift the sound to thefront andEntertainment SystemsBASS TREBBASS TREBBAL FADEBAL FADE to shift the sound to the rear.Seek functionThe seek function control works in radio, tape or CD mode.33
  34. 34. Entertainment SystemsSeek function in radio mode Press to find the nextlistenable station down thefrequency band. Press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band.Seek function in tape mode Press to listen to the previous selection on the tape. Press to listen to the next selection on the tape.Seek function in CD mode Press to seek to the previoustrack of the disc. Press to seek forward to thenext track of the current disc. After the last track has beencompleted, the first track of the current disc will automatically replay.Scan functionThe scan function works in radio,tape or CD mode.SCANScan function in radio modePress the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stationson the frequency band. Press the control again to stop the scan mode.Scan function in tape modePress the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on thetape. (The tape scans in a forward direction. At the end of the tapesfirst side, direction automatically reverses to the opposite side of thetape.) To stop on a particular selection, press the control again.Scan function in CD modePress the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on theCD. (The CD scans in a forward direction, wrapping back to the firsttrack at the end of the CD.) To stop on a particular selection, press thecontrol again.34
  35. 35. AM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio, tape and CD modes.Entertainment SystemsAM FMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.AM/FM select in tape modePress this control to stop tape play and begin radio play.Radio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelveFM stations (six in FM1 and six in FM2).Setting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band withthe AM/FM select control.AM FM2. Select a station. Refer to Tuneadjust or Seek function for more information on selecting a station.3. Press and hold a memory preset control until the sound returns,indicating the station is held in memory of the control you selected.Autoset memory presetAutoset allows you to set strong radio stations without losing youroriginal manually set preset stations. This feature is helpful on tripswhen you travel between cities with different radio stations.35
  36. 36. Starting autoset memory preset1. Select a frequency using the AM/FM select controls.2. Press the control.3. When the first six strong stationsare filled, the station stored inmemory preset control 1 will startplaying.If there are less than six strongstations available on the frequencyband, the remaining memory presetcontrols will all store the last strong station available.These stations are temporarily stored in the memory preset controls(until deactivated) and are accessed in the same manner as your originalpresets.To deactivate autoset and return to your audio systems manually setmemory stations, press the AUTO control again.Setting the clockTo set the hour, press and hold theCLK control and press SEEK: to decrease hours and to increase hours.To set the minute, press and holdthe CLK control and press TUNE:AUTOCLKAUTOCLKAUTOCLKEntertainment Systems36
  37. 37. Entertainment Systems to decrease minutes and to increase minutes.If your vehicle has a separate clock, (other than the digital radiodisplay), the CLK control will not function in the above manner.The CLK control will allow you toswitch between media display mode(radio station, stereo information,AUTOetc.) and clock display mode (time).When in clock mode, the mediainformation will display for 10CLKseconds, when the radio is turnedon, and then revert to clockinformation. Any time that themedia is changed, (new radio station, etc.), the media information willagain display for 10 seconds before reverting back to the clock. In mediamode, the media information will always be displayed.Tune adjustThe tune control works in radio mode.Tune adjust in radio mode Press to move to the nextfrequency down the band(whether or not a listenablestation is located there). Hold the control to move through thefrequencies quickly. Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or nota listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.Tape/CD select To begin tape play (with a tapeTAPE CDloaded into the audio system)while in the radio or CD mode,press the TAPE control. Press thebutton during rewind or fast forward to stop the rewind or fastforward function.37
  38. 38. To begin CD play (if CD isloaded), press the CD control.The first track of the disc willbegin playing. If returning fromradio or tape mode, CD play will begin where it stopped last.RewindThe rewind control works in tapeand CD modes. In tape mode, radio play willcontinue until rewind is stopped(with the TAPE control) or the beginning of the tape is reached. In CD mode, pressing the REW control rewinds the CD within thecurrent track.Fast forwardThe fast forward control works intape and CD modes. In the tape mode, tape directionwill automatically reverse whenthe end of the tape is reached. In CD mode, pressing the FF control fast forwards the CD within thecurrent track.Tape direction selectPress to play the alternate side ofthe tape.Eject functionPress the EJ control to stop andeject a tape.Press the EJ control to stop andeject a CD.TAPE CDREW1FF2SIDE 1-23EJEJEntertainment Systems38
  39. 39. Entertainment SystemsDolby noise reductionDolby noise reduction operates intape mode. Dolby noise reductionreduces the amount of hiss and4static during tape playback.Press the control to activate (and deactivate) the Dolby noisereduction.Dolby noise reduction is manufactured under license from DolbyLaboratories Licensing Corporation. Dolby and the double-Dsymbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories LicensingCorporation.Compression adjustCompression adjust brings soft andloud CD passages together for aCOMPmore consistent listening level.5Press the COMP control to activateand deactivate compression adjust.Shuffle featureThe shuffle feature operates in CDmode and plays all tracks in randomSHUFFLEorder.6Press the SHUFFLE control to startthis feature. Random order play will continue until the SHUFFLE controlis pressed again.Mute modePress the MUTE control to mute theplaying media. Press the MUTEcontrol again to return to theEJplaying media.MUTE39
  40. 40. Entertainment SystemsAUDIOPHILE AM/FM STEREO IN DASH SIX CD RADIOPREMIUM AM/FM STEREO IN DASH SIX CD RADIOSHUF COMPMUTESEEK REW FFLOAD EJBASS BALSELTREB FADESCAN DISCTUNEPUSH ONAM CD 1 2 3 4 5 6 MENUFM40
  41. 41. Volume/power controlPress the control to turn the audiosystem on or off. Turn the control toraise or lower volume.Entertainment SystemsPUSH ONIf the volume is set above a certain level and the ignition is turned off,the volume will come back on at a nominal listening level when theignition switch is turned back on.Bass adjustThe bass adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audioBASSsystems bass output.+SELPress the BASS control. Use theTREBSEL control to increase or decreasethe amount of bass.Treble adjustThe treble adjust control allows youto increase or decrease the audioBASSsystems treble output.+SELPress the TREB control. Use theTREBSEL control to increase or decreasethe amount of treble.Speaker balance adjustSpeaker sound distribution can beadjusted between the right and leftBALspeakers.+ SELPress the BAL control. Use the SELFADEcontrol to adjust the sound betweenthe left and right speakers.41
  42. 42. Entertainment SystemsSpeaker fade adjustSpeaker sound can be adjustedbetween the front and rearspeakers.Press the FADE control. Use theSEL control to adjust the soundbetween the front and rear speakers.Seek functionThe seek function works in radio or CD mode.Seek function in radio mode Press to find the nextlistenable station down thefrequency band. SEEK DOWNwill display.BALFADE+ SEL Press to find the next listenable station up the frequency band.SEEK UP will display.Seek function in CD mode Press to seek to the previoustrack of the current disc. If thebeginning of the disc is reached,the CD player seeks to thebeginning of the last track on the current disc and begins playing. Press to seek forward to the next track of the current disc. Afterthe last track has been completed, the first track of the current discwill automatically replay.Scan functionThe scan function works in radio orCD mode.Scan function in radio modePress the SCAN control to hear a brief sampling of all listenable stationson the frequency band. Press the SCAN control again to stop the scanmode.Scan function in CD modePress the SCAN control to hear a short sampling of all selections on theCD. (The CD scans in a forward direction, wrapping back to the firsttrack at the end of the CD.) To stop on a particular selection, press thecontrol again.42
  43. 43. AM/FM selectThe AM/FM select control works inradio and CD modes.Entertainment SystemsAM CDFMAM/FM select in radio modeThis control allows you to select AM or FM frequency bands. Press thecontrol to switch between AM, FM1 or FM2 memory preset stations.AM/FM select in CD modePress this control to stop CD play and begin radio play.Radio station memory presetThe radio is equipped with six station memory preset controls. Thesecontrols can be used to select up to six preset AM stations and twelveFM stations (six in FM1 and six in FM2).Setting memory preset stations1. Select the frequency band with the AM/FM select control. Press theAM/FM control to toggle between AM, FM1, or FM2.2. Press the SEEK control to access the next listenable station up ordown the frequency band. Press the TUNE control to go up or down thelistening band in individual increments.3. Select a station. Refer to Seek function for more information onselecting a station.4. Press and hold a memory preset control. The playing media will mutemomentarily. When the sound returns, the station is held in memory onthe control you selected. The display will read SAVED.AutostoreAutostore allows you to set the strongest local radio stations withoutlosing your original manually set preset stations. This feature is helpfulon trips when you travel between cities with different radio stations.Starting autostore1. Press and momentarily hold the AM/FM control.43
  44. 44. Entertainment Systems2. AUTOSET will flash in the displayas the frequency band is scrolledthrough.3. When the six strongest stations are filled, the station stored inmemory preset control 1 will start playing.If there are fewer than six strong stations available on the frequencyband, the remaining memory preset controls will all store the last strongstation available.To deactivate autoset and return to your audio systems manually setmemory stations, press the AM/FM control again.Setting the clockPress the MENU control untilSELECT HOUR or SELECTMINUTE is displayed. (The menumode must be engaged to enableclock mode).Use the SEL control to manually setthe time. Press to increasehours/minutes. Press to decreasehours/minutes.AM CDFMSELPress the MENU control again to disengage the clock mode.Tune/disc adjustThe tune control works in radio or CD mode.Tune adjust in radio mode Press to move to the nextDISCTUNEfrequency down the band(whether or not a listenablestation is located there). Hold the control to move through thefrequencies quickly. Press to move to the next frequency up the band (whether or nota listenable station is located there). Hold for quick movement.44
  45. 45. Disc adjust for CD mode Press to select the previousEntertainment SystemsDISCTUNEdisc. (Play will begin on the firsttrack of the disc unless shufflemode is engaged.) Refer to Shuffle feature for more information. Holdthe control to continue reversing through the discs. Press to select the next disc. Hold the control to fast-forwardthrough the remaining discs.CD selectCD mode may be entered bypressing the CD control and theAM FMCDLOAD control. Load the CD into theaudio system. The first track of thedisc will begin playing. After that, CD play will begin where it stoppedlast.If an alternative CD is desired, press the corresponding preset control(16) of a loaded CD, or press the TUNE control to access the otherloaded CDs.NO CD will display if the CD control is activated when there is not a CDpresent in the audio system.NO CD will illuminate in the display if the CD control and a presentnumber (that is currently empty) are pressed. The system will play thenext available disc.If your vehicle is equipped with a CD changer, pressing the CD controlagain will allow you to toggle between accessing the multi disc systemand the CD changer. The display will read CD or CDDJ.Display descriptionSix circles are always lit in the digital display. These signify the six CDslots in the audio system. When a disc is loaded into a particular slot(16), the number inside that specific circle lights. If the circle is empty,there is no CD in that particular slot.45
  46. 46. RewindThe rewind control works in CDmodes.REW FFPress and hold the REW controluntil the desired selection is reached. If the beginning of the disc isreached, the CD will begin play at the first track. Release the control todisengage rewind mode.When in rewind mode, your audio system will automatically lower thevolume level of the playing media.Fast forwardThe fast forward control works inCD modes.REW FFPress and hold the FF control untilthe desired selection is reached. If the end of the disc is reached, the CDwill return to the first track. Release the control to disengage fastforward mode.When in fast forward mode, your audio system will automatically lowerthe volume level of the playing media.LoadThe load feature allows you to loadLOADsingle CDs into the player internalto the radio.This six disc CD player is equipped with a CD door. Compactdiscs should only be inserted into the player after the door hasbeen opened by the player. Do not attempt to force the dooropen. Compact discs should only be loaded by pressing the LOADcontrol.Press the LOAD control. (You can choose which slot will be loaded bypressing the desired preset number. If you do not choose a slot, thesystem will choose the next available one.) Wait until the CD door opens.Load the CD into the player. LOADING CD# is displayed. When the CDhas been loaded, the door will close and the CD will begin to play. Forexample, to load a CD into slot 2, press the LOAD control and then presspreset 2.Entertainment Systems46
  47. 47. Entertainment SystemsAuto loadThis feature allows you to autoloadup to 6 discs into the multi disc CDLOADplayer internal to the radio.Press and hold the LOAD control until AUTOLOAD # is displayed. TheCD door will open. Load the desired discs, one at a time. The CD isloaded into position and the audio system will display CD#. Each timethe CD door opens, INSERT CD# is displayed. The door will close andthe player will move to the next slot after each disc has been loaded.The process is repeated until all 6 slots are full. The audio system playsthe last CD loaded and the display is updated. If some slots are alreadyfull and autoload is activated, the system will fill all empty slots.EjectPress the EJ control to stop andeject a CD. You can choose whichEJCD will be ejected by pressing theEJ control and the desired presetnumber (16). For example, to eject CD 2, press the EJ control and thenpress the preset 2 control. If you do not choose a specific CD, the playerwill eject the current CD.If a CD is ejected and not removed from the door of the CD player, theplayer will automatically reload the CD. This feature may be used whenthe ignition is ON or OFF.Auto ejectPress and momentarily hold the EJcontrol to engage auto eject. All CDsEJwhich are present in the player willbe ejected one at a time. If a CD isejected and not removed from the door of the CD player, the player willautomatically reload the CD. This feature may be used when the ignitionis ON or OFF.Shuffle featurePress the SHUF control until thedesired shuffle mode is displayed.The audio system will then engagethe desired shuffle mode.When engaged, the shuffle feature has two different modes: SHUFFLEDISC and SHUFFLE TRK.SHUFFLE DISC randomly plays tracks from all the discs presently in theaudio system.SHUFFLE TRK plays all the tracks on the current disc in random order.47
  48. 48. Entertainment SystemsCompression feature (if equipped)The compression feature operates inCD mode and brings soft and loudCD passages together for a moreconsistent listening level.MENU + SELOn Audiophile audios, press the MENU control until compression statusis displayed. Press the SEL control to enable the compression featurewhen COMP OFF is displayed. Press the SEL control again to disable thefeature when COMP ON is displayed.On Premium audios, press theCOMP control until COMP ON isdisplayed.Menu modeThe MENU control allows you toaccess many different featureswithin your audio system. There arethree sets of menus availabledepending upon which mode or feature is activated.While in FM mode, two menus are available. If RDS is turned OFF, youcan access the following: SELECT HOURS Refer to Setting the clock. SELECT MINUTES Refer to Setting the clock. RDS OFF Refer to Radio data system feature.If RDS is turned ON, you can access the following: TRAFFIC ON/OFF-Refer to Traffic announcements. FIND type-Refer to Program type. SHOW (NAME, TYPE, NONE)- Refer to Radio data system feature. RDS ON Refer to Radio data system feature. SELECT HOURS Refer to Setting the clock. SELECT MINUTES Refer to Setting the clock.When in CD mode, you can access: SELECT HOURS, SELECT MINUTESor COMP ON/OFF.SELECT HOURS, SELECT MINUTES Allows you to adjust the hoursand minutes. Refer to Setting the clock.48
  49. 49. Entertainment SystemsTRAFFIC ON/OFF Traffic announcements can be programmed as localor distant. Refer to Traffic announcements.RDS ON/OFF This feature allows your audio system to receive textinformation from RDS-equipped FM radio stations. Refer to Radio DataSystem feature.FIND type Allows you to select your desired FM program type andsearch for that selection.SHOW Allows you to select from NAME (displays the name of theradio station), TYPE (displays the RDS program type: rock, jazz, etc.), orNONE (deactivates the RDS display).Traffic announcementsThis feature allows you to heartraffic announcements. When in thismode, traffic announcements willMENU + SELinterrupt radio and CD play.When in FM mode and RDS isactivated, press the MENU until TRAFFIC OFF displays. Press the SELcontrol to engage the feature. The display will read TRAFFIC ON.This feature also allows you to control the volume of trafficannouncements. With the display reading TRAFFIC ON, adjust thevolume using the volume control to the desired level. The volume levelwill show at the bottom of the display. Interrupting trafficannouncements will be at the selected volume level.To disengage the feature, press the MENU control until TRAFFIC ONdisplays. Press the SEL control. The display will read TRAFFIC OFF.RDS traffic seek featureWhen in traffic mode, you can use the SEEK feature to seek up or downthe listenable traffic capable frequencies.With the RDS activated, press MENU until TRAFFIC ON is displayed.Press and hold the SEEK control until the desired selection is reached.The feature disengages when the control is released.RDS traffic scan featureWhen in traffic mode, you can use the SCAN feature to scan up thefrequency band for listenable traffic capable frequencies.With the RDS activated, press the MENU control until TRAFFIC ON isdisplayed. Press the SCAN control. SCAN TRAFFIC will display. The49
  50. 50. Entertainment Systemsaudio system will scan to all traffic capable frequencies. If no validstations are found after one pass, the scan function is cancelled and NOTFOUND displays.Traffic announcements are not available in most U.S. markets.Radio data system (RDS) featureThis feature allows your audiosystem to receive text informationfrom RDS-equipped FM radiostations.To activate RDS: When in FM mode, press the MENU control until RDS OFF displays. Press the SEL control to engage this feature (RDS ON).RDS features:Once the RDS feature is on, press the MENU control to scroll throughthe following selections:Traffic announcementsThis feature allows you to hear traffic announcements while in CD mode.These announcements are broadcast by traffic capable RDS stations.When in this mode, traffic announcements will interrupt radio and CDplay. Press the MENU control until TRAFFIC is displayed. Press the SEL control to engage the feature. The display will readTRAFFIC ON.MENU + SELThis feature also allows you to control the volume of trafficannouncements. With the display reading TRAFFIC ON, adjust thevolume using the volume control to the desired level. The volume levelwill show at the bottom of the display. Interrupting trafficannouncements will be at the selected volume level.To disengage the feature, press the MENU control until TRAFFIC ONdisplays. Press the SEL control. The display will read TRAFFIC OFF.Traffic announcements are not available in most U.S. markets.50
  51. 51. Entertainment SystemsProgram typeThis feature allows you to search for RDS stations selectively by theirprogram type.Press the MENU control until FINDprogram type is displayed.MENU + Use the SEL control to select theSELprogram type. With the feature on,use the SEEK or SCAN control tofind the desired program type from the following selections: Classic Country Info Jazz Oldies RB Religious Rock Soft Top 40ShowThis feature allows you to select thetype of RDS broadcast informationthe radio will regularly show in theMENU + SELdisplay.With RDS activated, press theMENU control until SHOW isdisplayed.MENU + SELUse the SEL control to select TYPE(displays the RDS program type:rock, jazz, etc), NAME (displays the name of the radio station) or NONE(deactivates the RDS display).51
  52. 52. Entertainment SystemsDigital signal processing (if equipped)The digital signal processing (DSP) feature allows you to change thesignal mode to suit your listening tastes.Press the DSP control to access oneof the following modes: DSP OFFDSP + SEL SIGNAL MODE OCCUPANCY MODEUse the SEL control to select theSELdesired signal mode (the selectedmode will appear in the display). The following signal modes can beselected: DSP OFFdisengages the feature NEWSvoice-only type of sound with a limited audio band JAZZ CLUBjazz club with clearly reflected sounds HALLrectangular concert hall capacity of about 2 000 CHURCHchurch with a high vault STADIUMoutdoor stadium with a capacity of about 30 000Press the DSP control again to access the occupancy modes. Use theSEL control to optimize the sound based upon the occupants in thevehicle. The following occupancy modes can be selected: ALL SEATS DRIVER SEAT REAR SEATS52
  53. 53. Phone modeThis feature allows you to controlthe factory-installed cellular phone(if equipped) through the radiocontrols. Press the phone/mute control to enter phone mode. The playing mediawill mute. Use SEEK, TUNE or radio presets 1 through 6 to select a phonenumber previously programmed in the phone. Press the phone/mute control again to send and end calls.This control will mute the playing media even if your vehicle is notequipped with a factory-installed cellular phone.Press the control again to return to the playing media.TROUBLESHOOTING THE CD PLAYER (IF EQUIPPED)If sound skips: You may be traveling on a rough road, playing badly scratched discs orthe disc may be dirty. Skipping will not scratch the discs or damagethe player.If player does not work: The disc is inserted with the label surface downward. The disc is dusty or defective. A disc with format and dimensions not within industry standards isinserted.For best possible sound quality, use CDs that are clean and ingood condition.CLEANING COMPACT DISCSInspect all discs for contamination before playing. If necessary, cleandiscs only with an approved CD cleaner and wipe from the center out tothe edge. Do not use circular motion.CD AND CD PLAYER CARE Handle discs by their edges only. Never touch the playing surface. Do not insert more than one disc at a time. Do not expose discs to direct sunlight or heat sources for extendedperiods of time.Entertainment Systems53
  54. 54. Entertainment Systems After playing, store the disc in its case.CD units are designed to play commercially pressed 12 cm (4.75 in)audio compact discs only. Due to technical incompatibility, certainrecordable and re-recordable compact discs may not functioncorrectly when used in Ford CD players. Irregular shaped CDs,CDs with a scratch protection film attached, and CDs withhomemade paper (adhesive) labels should not be inserted intothe CD player. The label may peel and cause the CD to becomejammed. It is recommended that homemade CDs be identifiedwith permanent felt tip marker rather than adhesive labels. Ballpoint pens may damage CDs. Please contact your dealer forfurther information.CLEANING CASSETTE PLAYER (IF EQUIPPED)Clean the tape player head with a cassette cleaning cartridge after 10 to12 hours of play in order to maintain the best sound and operation.CASSETTE AND CASSETTE PLAYER CARE Use only cassettes that are 90 minutes long or less. Do not expose tapes to direct sunlight, high humidity, extreme heat orextreme cold. Allow tapes that may have been exposed to extremetemperatures to reach a moderate temperature before playing. Tighten very loose tapes by inserting a finger or pencil into the holeand turning the hub. Remove loose labels before inserting tapes. Do not leave tapes in the cassette player for a long time when notbeing played.RADIO FREQUENCY INFORMATIONThe Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Canadian Radioand Telecommunications Commission(CRTC) establish the frequenciesAM and FM stations may use for their broadcasts. Allowable frequenciesare:AM 530, 5401600, 1610 kHzFM 87.7, 87.9107.7, 107.9 MHzNot all frequencies are used in a given area.54
  55. 55. Entertainment SystemsRADIO RECEPTION FACTORSThree factors can affect radio reception: Distance/strength. The further an FM signal travels, the weaker it is.The listenable range of the average FM station is approximately 40 km(24 miles). This range can be affected by signal modulation. Signalmodulation is a process radio stations use to increase theirstrength/volume relative to other stations. Terrain. Hills, mountains and tall buildings between your vehiclesantenna and the radio station signal can cause FM reception problems.Static can be caused on AM stations by power lines, electric fences,traffic lights and thunderstorms. Moving away from an interferingstructure (out of its shadow) returns your reception to normal. Station overload. Weak signals are sometimes captured by strongersignals when you pass a broadcast tower. A stronger signal maytemporarily overtake a weaker signal and play while the weak stationfrequency is displayed.The audio system automatically switches to single channel reception if itwill improve the reception of a station normally received in stereo.AUDIO SYSTEM WARRANTIES AND SERVICERefer to the Warranty Guide for audio system warranty information.If service is necessary, see your dealer or a qualified technician.55
  56. 56. Climate ControlsHEATER ONLY SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)Fan speed controlControls the volume of air circulatedin the vehicle.Temperature control knobControls the temperature of theairflow inside the vehicle. Onheater-only systems, the air cannotbe cooled below the outsidetemperature.Mode selector controlControls the direction of the airflowto the inside of the vehicle.OFFOFF (Panel) Distributes outside air through the instrument panelregisters. OFF Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate. For shortperiods of time only, use this mode to prevent undesirable odors fromentering the vehicle. (Panel and floor) Distributes outside air through theinstrument panel registers and the floor ducts. (Floor) Distributes outside air through the floor ducts. (Floor and defrost) Distributes outside air through the floorducts and the windshield defroster ducts. (Defrost) Distributes outside air through the windshielddefroster ducts. It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield.56
  57. 57. Operating tips In humid weather, place the climate control system in DEF beforedriving. This will reduce fogging on your windshield. Once thewindshield has been cleared, select any desired position. To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle, do not drive with theclimate control system in the OFF position. Under normal weather conditions, your vehicles climate controlsystem should be left in any position other than OFF position whenthe vehicle is parked. This allows the vehicle to breathe through theoutside air inlet duct. Under snowy or dirty weather conditions, your vehicles climatecontrol system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle isparked. This allows the climate control system to be free fromcontamination of outside pollutants. Do not place objects under the front seat which may interfere withthe airflow to the rear seats. Remove any snow, ice, or leaves from the air intake area (at the baseof the windshield and underneath the hood). Do not place objects over the defroster outlets. These objects mayblock airflow and reduce your visibility through the windshield. Avoidplacing small objects on top of the instrument panel. These objectscan fall into the defroster outlets and block airflow, in addition to,damaging your climate control system.Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel, as theseobjects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop.MANUAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)OFFA/CMAXA/CClimate Controls57
  58. 58. Climate ControlsFan speed controlControls the volume of air circulatedin the vehicle.Temperature control knobControls the temperature of theairflow inside the vehicle.Mode Selector ControlControls the direction of the airflowto the inside of the vehicle.OFFA/CMAXA/CThe air conditioning compressor can operate in all modes exceptand . However, the air conditioning will only function if the outsidetemperature is about 6C (43F) or higher.Since the air conditioner removes considerable moisture from the airduring operation, it is normal if clear water drips on the ground underthe air conditioner drain while the system is working and even after youhave stopped the vehicle. MAX A/C Uses recirculated air to cool the vehicle. MAX A/C isnoisier than A/C but more economical and will cool the inside of thevehicle faster. Airflow will be from the instrument panel registers. Thismode can also be used to prevent undesirable odors from entering thevehicle. A/C Uses outside air to cool the vehicle. It is quieter than MAX A/Cbut not as economical. Airflow will be from the instrument panelregisters. (Panel) Distributes outside air through the instrument panelregisters. However, the air will not be cooled below the outsidetemperature because the air conditioning does not operate in thismode.58
  59. 59. Climate Controls OFF Outside air is shut out and the fan will not operate. For shortperiods of time only, use this mode to prevent undesirable odors fromentering the vehicle. (Panel and floor) Distributes outside air through theinstrument panel registers and the floor ducts. Heating and airconditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. For addedcustomer comfort, when the temperature control knob is anywhere inbetween the full hot and full cold positions, the air distributed throughthe floor ducts will be slightly warmer than the air sent to theinstrument panel registers. (Floor) Distributes outside air through the floor ducts.However, the air will not be cooled below the outside temperaturebecause the air conditioning does not operate in this mode. (Floor and defrost) Distributes outside air through thewindshield defroster ducts and the floor ducts. Heating and airconditioning capabilities are provided in this mode. For addedcustomer comfort, the air distributed through the floor ducts will beslightly warmer than the air sent to the windshield defroster ducts. Ifthe temperature is about 6C (43F) or higher, the air conditioner willautomatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging. (Defrost) Distributes outside air through the windshielddefroster ducts. It can be used to clear ice or fog from the windshield.If the temperature is about 6C (43F) or higher, the air conditionerwill automatically dehumidify the air to reduce fogging.Operating tips In humid weather conditions, place the climate control system inDefrost mode before driving. This will reduce fogging on yourwindshield. Once the windshield has been cleared, operate the climatecontrol system as desired. To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in cold weatherconditions, dont drive with the climate control system in the OFF orMAX A/C position. To reduce humidity buildup inside the vehicle in warm weatherconditions, dont drive with the climate control system in the OFFposition. Under normal weather conditions, your vehicles climate controlsystem should be left in any position other than the MAX A/C or OFFwhen the vehicle is parked. This allows the vehicle to breathethrough the outside air inlet duct.59
  60. 60. Climate Controls Under snowy or dirty weather conditions, your vehicles climatecontrol system should be left in the OFF position when the vehicle isparked. This allows the climate control system to be free fromcontamination of outside pollutants. If your vehicle has been parked with the windows closed during warmweather conditions, the air conditioner will perform more efficiently incooling the vehicle if driven for two or three minutes with thewindows open. This will force most of the hot, stale air out of thevehicle. Once the vehicle has been aired out, operate the climatecontrol system as desired. Do not put objects under the front seat which may interfere with theairflow to the rear seats (if equipped). Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area (at thebottom of the windshield and underneath the hood). Do not place objects over the defroster outlets. These objects canblock airflow and reduce visibility through your windshield. Avoidplacing small objects on top of the instrument panel. These objectsmay fall down into the defroster outlets and block airflow, in additionto, damaging the climate control system.To aid in side window defogging/demisting in cold weather conditions:1. Select the position that distributes air through the Panel and Floor.2. Set the temperature control to full heat.3. Set the fan speed to full fan.4. Direct the outer panel vents towards the side windows.5. To increase airflow to the outer panel vents, close the central panelvents.Do not place objects on top of the instrument panel as theseobjects may become projectiles in a collision or sudden stop.60
  61. 61. HEADLAMP CONTROLTurns the lamps off.Turns on the parking lamps,instrument panel lamps, licenseplate lamps and tail lamps.Turns the headlamps on.High beamsPush the lever toward theinstrument panel to activate. Pullthe lever towards you to deactivate.Flash to passPull toward you slightly to activateand release to deactivate.LightsDaytime running lamps (DRL) (if equipped)Turns the headlamps on with a reduced output.To activate: the ignition must be in the ON position and the headlamp control is in the OFF or Parking lamps position.61
  62. 62. LightsAlways remember to turn on your headlamps at dusk or duringinclement weather. The Daytime Running Lamp (DRL) systemdoes not activate with your tail lamps and generally may not provideadequate lighting during these conditions. Failure to activate yourheadlamps under these conditions may result in a collision.Foglamp control (if equipped)The foglamps can be turned on onlywhen the headlamp control is inthe position and the highbeams are not turned on.Pull headlamp control towards youto turn foglamps on. The foglampindicator light will illuminate.PANEL DIMMER CONTROLUse to adjust the brightness of theinstrument panel and all applicableswitches in the vehicle duringheadlamp and parklamp operation.Move the control to the full uprightposition, past detent, to turn on theinterior lamps.Move the control to the full downposition, past detent, to prevent theinterior lights from illuminating when the doors are opened.AIMING THE HEADLAMPSThe headlamps on your vehicle are properly aimed at the assembly plant.If your vehicle has been in an accident the alignment of your headlampsshould be checked by a qualified service technician.62
  63. 63. TURN SIGNAL CONTROL Push down to activate the leftturn signal. Push up to activate the right turnsignal. In DRL equipped vehicles, use ofthe turn signals will shut off thehighbeams in daytime driving.INTERIOR LAMPSMap lamps (if equipped)To turn on the map lamps, press thecontrol next to each lamp.LightsEXTERIOR BULBSCheck operation of lamps, safety equipment and warning signalsIt is a good safety practice to check operation of headlamps, parkinglamps, turn signals, clearance and marker lamps, instrument panel andcontrol lamps each day.63
  64. 64. LightsUsing the right bulbsFunction Number ofbulbsTrade numberHeadlamps 2 4652Park/turn signal 2 1157Sidemarker/rear marker lamp 5 red 12(amber)194Tail/stop lamp 4 2057Backup 4 1156Foglamp 2 899Running board/courtesy lamp 6 194License plate lamp 2 194Cabmarker 5 168Exterior visor lamp (if equipped) 4 194Rear fender clearance 4 (a)Rear identification 3 194Dome lamp 1 105To replace all instrument panel lights - see your dealer(a) Replace entire lamp assembly; bulb is not serviceable.Replacing headlamp bulbsTo remove the headlamp bulbs:1. Make sure headlamp switch is in OFF position.2. Remove four screws and movethe parking lamp assembly awayfrom the headlamp bulb.64
  65. 65. 3. Remove four screws and theretaining bracket from the headlampbulb.4. Pull headlamp bulb out of thehousing, disconnect the electricalconnector and remove the headlampbulb.5. To complete installation, followthe removal procedure in reverseorder.Replacing front parking lamp/turn signal bulbsTo remove the parking/turn signal bulbs:1. Make sure the headlamp control is in the OFF position.2. Remove four screws from thelamp assembly.3. Carefully lower lamp assemblyand pull the bulb socket straight outof the lamp assembly.4. Carefully pull the bulb straightout of the socket and push in thenew bulb.5. To complete installation, followthe removal procedure in reverse order.Lights65
  66. 66. LightsReplacing visor/cab marker bulbsTo change the cab marker bulbs:1. Make sure the headlamp switch isin the OFF position and thenremove the screw and lens from thelamp assembly.2. Carefully pull the bulb straightout of the socket and push in thenew bulb.3. Install lens on lamp assembly withscrew.Replacing visor marker bulbs (SuperCrewzer only)For visor bulb replacement see a dealer or qualified technician.Replacing brake/tail/backup lamp bulbs Except F650SuperCrewzerThe brake/tail/backup lamp bulbsare located in the same portion ofthe tail lamp assembly. Follow thesame steps to replace either bulb:1. Make sure the headlamp switch isin the OFF position and thenremove the four screws and thelamp lens from lamp assembly.2. Carefully pull the bulb straightout of the socket and push in thenew bulb.3. Install the lens on the lampassembly with the four screws.66
  67. 67. LightsReplacing tail lamp/turn/backup lamp bulbs F650 SuperCrewzeronlyThe tail lamp/backup lamp bulbs arelocated in the same portion of thetail lamp assembly, one just belowthe other. Follow the same steps toreplace either bulb:1. Make sure the headlamp switch isin the OFF position and thenremove the two screws holding thelight cover to the light housing.2. Carefully pull away the lampcover.3. Twist the bulb 1/8 of a turncounter clockwise and remove it from the socket.4. Pull the bulb straight out and push the new bulb in.5. Turn the bulb clockwise to secure in place.6. Replace the tail lamp cover and secure with the two screws.Replacing foglamp bulbs (if equipped)1. Make sure the headlamp switch isin the OFF position and thenremove the bulb socket from thefoglamp by turningcounterclockwise.2. Disconnect the electrical connector from the foglamp bulb.3. Connect the new foglamp bulb to the electrical connector.4. Install the bulb socket in the foglamp by turning clockwise.67
  68. 68. Driver ControlsWINDSHIELD WIPER/WASHER CONTROLSRotate the windshield wiper controlto the desired interval, low or highspeed position.The bars of varying length are forintermittent wipers. When in thisposition rotate the control upwardfor fast intervals and downward forslow intervals.Push the control on the end of thestalk to activate washer. Push andhold for a longer wash cycle. Thewasher will automatically shut offafter ten seconds of continuous use.Windshield wiper bladesCheck the wiper blades for wear at least twice a year or when they seemless effective. Substances such as tree sap and some hot wax treatmentsused by commercial car washes reduce the effectiveness of wiper blades.Checking the wiper bladesIf the wiper blades do not wipe properly, clean both the windshield andwiper blades using undiluted windshield wiper solution or a milddetergent. Rinse thoroughly with clean water. To avoid damaging theblades, do not use fuel, kerosene, paint thinner or other solvents.68
  69. 69. Changing the wiper bladesTo replace the wiper blades:1. Pull the wiper arm away from thewindshield and lock into the serviceposition.2. Turn the blade at an angle fromthe wiper arm. Push the lock pinmanually to release the blade andpull the wiper blade down towardthe windshield to remove it from thearm.3. Attach the new wiper to thewiper arm and press it into placeuntil a click is heard.TILT STEERING WHEELPull the tilt steering control towardyou to move the steering wheel upor down. Hold the control whileadjusting the wheel to the desiredposition, then release the control tolock the steering wheel in position.Driver Controls69
  70. 70. Never adjust the steering wheel when the vehicle is moving.OVERHEAD CONSOLE (IF EQUIPPED)The overhead console will show the outside temperature and compassdisplay.Electronic compass/temperature display SuperCrewzer onlyMode controlPress the MODE control to turn thedisplay on/off.MODE E/MRESETOutside air temperatureThe outside temperature display iscontained in the overhead console.The temperature can be displayed inCentigrade or Fahrenheit byMODE E/Mpressing the E/M control.If the outside temperature fallsRESETbelow 3C (38F), the display willalternate from ICE to the outsidetemperature at a two second ratefor one minute.CompassThe compass display is contained in the overhead console. The vehicleheading is displayed as one of N, NE, E, SE, S, SW, W and NW.The compass reading may be affected when you drive near largebuildings, bridges, power lines and powerful broadcast antenna. Magneticor metallic objects placed in or on the vehicle may also affect compassaccuracy. Adjustments may need to be made to the zone and calibrationof the compass.Driver Controls70
  71. 71. Driver ControlsUsually, when something affects the compass readings, the compass willcorrect itself after a few days of operating your vehicle in normalconditions. If the compass still appears to be inaccurate, a manualcalibration may be necessary. Refer to Compass calibrationadjustment.Most geographic areas (zones) have a magnetic north compass point thatvaries slightly from the northerly direction on maps. This variation is fourdegrees between adjacent zones and will become noticeable as thevehicle crosses multiple zones. A correct zone setting will eliminate thiserror. Refer to Compass zone adjustment.Compass zone adjustment1. Determine which magnetic zoneyou are in for your geographiclocation by referring to the zone3 2 115map.42. Locate the controls on the14overhead console.1353. Turn ignition to the ON position.126 7 8 910114. Press and hold both controls.After approximately four seconds,the compass will enter zone settingmode. Zone setting mode isindicated when the display lights theMODE E/MZONE indicator.RESET5. Release both controls.Subsequent pressing of eithercontrol will increment the zone.Press the control repeatedly untilthe correct zone setting for yourgeographic location is displayed on the trip computer.6. To exit the zone setting mode and save the displayed zone in memory,release both controls for greater than five seconds.71
  72. 72. Compass calibration adjustmentPerform this adjustment in an open area free from steel structures andhigh voltage lines.For optimum calibration, turn off all electrical accessories (heater/airconditioning, wipers, etc.) and make sure all vehicle doors are shut.1. Locate the controls located in the overhead console.2. Start the vehicle.3. Press and hold both controls.After approximately eight seconds,the compass will enter CAL mode.CAL mode is indicated when thedisplay lights the CAL indicator.MODE E/M4. Release both controls. The displayRESETwill return to normal, except thatthe CAL indicator will remain lituntil the compass is sucessfullycalibrated.5. Slowly drive the vehicle in a circle (less than 5 km/h [3 mph]) untilthe CAL indicator turns off. It may take up to five circles to completecalibration.6. The compass is now calibrated.Trailer hook up lamps F650 SuperCrewzer onlyPress the control to activate thetrailer lamps.Press the control to deactivate thetrailer lamps.Driver Controls72
  73. 73. Driver ControlsHeated Mirrors F650 SuperCrewzer onlyPress this control to remove ice,mist and fog from the mirrors. Thisfeature will automatically turn offafter 8 minutes.Do not remove ice from the mirrorswith a scraper or attempt toreadjust the mirror glass if it isfrozen in place. These actions couldcause damage to the glass andmirrors.AUXILIARY POWER POINTPower outlets are designed foraccessory plugs only. Do notPOWER POINThang any type of accessory oraccessory bracket from the plug.Improper use of the poweroutlet can cause damage notcovered by your warranty.The auxiliary power point is locatedon the instrument panel.Do not plug optional electrical accessories into the cigarettelighter. Use the power point.CELL PHONE USEMobile Communications Equipment has become increasingly important inthe conduct of business and personal affairs. It can enhance personalsafety and security when appropriately used, particularly in emergencysituations. Safety must be paramount when using mobile communicationsequipment to avoid negating these benefits.Mobile Communication Equipment includes, but is not limited to cellularphones, pagers, portable email devices, in vehicle communicationssystems, telematics devices and portable two-way radios.A drivers first responsibility is the safe operation of the vehicle.The most important thing you can do to prevent a crash is toavoid distractions and pay attention to the road. Wait until it is safe tooperate Mobile Communications Equipment.73
  74. 74. POWER WINDOWS (IF EQUIPPED)Press and hold the rocker switches to open and close windows. Press the top portion of therocker switch to close. Press the bottom portion of therocker switch to open.One touch down Press AUTO completely down andrelease quickly. The driverswindow will open fully. Depressagain to stop window operation.AUTOAUTODriver Controls74
  75. 75. Driver ControlsWindow lock (if equipped)The window lock feature allows onlythe driver to operate the powerwindows.To lock out all the window controlsexcept for the drivers press the leftside of the control. Press the right side to restore the window controls.MIRRORSWith the doors closed and the seatadjusted for proper comfort, movethe mirrors to maximize rearviewing area by adjusting thewestern mirrors left or right asrequired.Adjust the auxiliary convex mirrors.Convex mirrors are a ball-studdesign for precise adjustment to maximize viewing area.Heated telescoping trailer tow mirrors (Supercrewzer only)Manually pull the mirror outward orinward as desired. Pull the mirrorsinward carefully when drivingthrough a narrow space.Power side view mirrors (if equipped)The ignition can be in any position to adjust the power side view mirrors.75
  76. 76. Driver ControlsTo adjust your mirrors:1. Select L to adjust the left mirroror R to adjust the right mirror.2. Move the control in the directionyou wish to tilt the mirror.MIRRORSL RMIRRORSL R3. Return to the center position to lock mirrors in place.4. Adjust spotter mirrors (if equipped) manually.SPEED CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)To turn speed control on7.3L Power Stroke engine Press ON.Vehicle speed cannot be controlleduntil the vehicle is traveling at orabove 48 km/h (30 mph).Do not shift the gearshift leverinto N (Neutral) with the speedcontrol on.Do not use the speed control in heavy traffic or on roads thatare winding, slippery, or unpaved.76
  77. 77. Caterpillar/Cummins enginesPress CRUISE RPM. If the vehicle ismoving, speed control will beenabled; if the vehicle is stationary,engine RPM can be controlled.Do not use the speedcontrol in heavy traffic oron roads that are winding,slippery, or unpaved.To turn speed control off7.3L Power Stroke engine Press OFF or Turn off the vehicle ignition.Once speed control is switched off,the previously programmed setspeed will be erased.Caterpillar/Cummins engines Press OFF or Turn off the vehicle ignition.Once speed control is switched off,the previously programmed engineRPM will be erased.Do not use the speedcontrol in heavy traffic oron roads that are winding,slippery, or unpaved.Driver ControlsCRUISERPMOFFCRUISERPMOFF77
  78. 78. Driver ControlsTo set a speed7.3L Power Stroke engine Press SET ACCEL. For speedcontrol to operate, the speedcontrol must be ON and thevehicle speed must be greaterthan 48 km/h (30 mph).RESSETACCELCOASTDo not use the speed control in heavy traffic or on roads thatare winding, slippery, or unpaved.Caterpillar/Cummins enginesPress SET +. If the vehicles ismoving, this will set the vehiclespeed. If the vehicle is stationary,this will set the vehicle idle RPM.SETRESUMEIf you drive up or down a steep hill, your vehicle speed may varymomentarily slower or faster than the set speed. This is normal.Speed control cannot reduce the vehicle speed if it increases above theset speed on a downhill. If your vehicle speed is faster than the setspeed while driving on a downhill, you may want to shift to the nextlower gear or apply the brakes to reduce your vehicle speed.If the vehicle speed falls below 48 km/h (30 mph) or engine RPM fallsbelow 1 000 RPM, your speed control will disengage. This is normal.Pressing RESUME - will re-engage it.Do not use the speed control in heavy traffic or on roads thatare winding, slippery, or unpaved.78
  79. 79. To set a higher set speed7.3L Power Stroke engine Press and hold SET ACCEL.Release the control when thedesired vehicle speed is reachedor Press and release SET ACCEL tooperate the Tap-Up function.Each press will increase the setspeed by 1.6 km/h (1 mph) orDriver Controls Accelerate with your accelerator pedal. When the desired vehiclespeed is reached, press and release SET ACCEL.You can accelerate with the accelerator pedal at any time during speedcontrol usage. Releasing the accelerator pedal will return your vehicle tothe previously programmed set speed.Caterpillar/Cummins enginesPress and hold SET +. If the vehicleis moving, this will increase vehiclespeed; if the vehicle is stationary,this will increase engine RPM.Release the control when thedesired vehicle speed/engine RPM isreached.Press and release SET + to operatethe Tap-Up function. Each press will increase the set speed by 1.6 km/h(1 mph) or engine RPM in idle mode.To set a lower set speed7.3L Power Stroke engine Press and hold COAST. Releasethe control when the desiredspeed is reached or Press and release COAST tooperate the Tap-Down function.Each press will decrease the setspeed by 1.6 km/h (1 mph) orRESSETACCELCOASTSETRESUMERESSETACCELCOAST79
  80. 80. Caterpillar/Cummins enginePress and hold RESUME -. If thevehicle is moving, this will decreasevehicle speed by 1.6 km/h (1 mph)increments; if the vehicle isstationary, this will decrease engineRPM. Release the control when thedesired vehicle speed/engine RPM isreached.Press and release RESUME - to operate the Tap-Down function. Eachpress will decrease the set speed by 1.6 km/h (1 mph) or engine RPM inidle mode.To disengage speed control Depress the brake pedal or Depress the clutch pedal (ifequipped).Disengaging the speed control willnot erase the previouslyprogrammed set speed or engineRPM.SETRESUMEDriver Controls80
  81. 81. 7.3L Power Stroke enginePressing OFF will erase thepreviously programmed set speed.Caterpillar/Cummins enginesPressing OFF will erase thepreviously programmed engine RPM.To return to a previously set speed7.3L Power Stroke engine Press RES. For RES to operate,the vehicle speed must be fasterthan 48 km/h (30 mph).Caterpillar/Cummins enginesPress RESUME -. For RESUME - tooperate, the vehicle speed must beabove 48 km/h (30 mph) or enginespeed must be above 1 000 RPM.Driver ControlsCRUISERPMOFFRESSETACCELCOASTSETRESUME81
  82. 82. Locks and SecurityKEYSThe key operates all locks on your vehicle. In case of loss, replacementkeys are available from your dealer.You should always carry a second key with you in a safe place in caseyou require it in an emergency.POWER DOOR LOCKS (IF EQUIPPED)Press U to unlock all doors and L tolock all doors.L UREMOTE ENTRY SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)This device complies with part 15 of the FCC rules and with RS-210 ofIndustry Canada. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This devicemust accept any interference received, including interference that maycause undesired operation.Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the partyresponsible for compliance could void the users authority tooperate the equipment.The remote entry system allows you to lock or unlock all vehicle doorswithout a key.The remote entry features only operate with the ignition in the LOCKposition.If there is any potential remote keyless entry problem with your vehicle,ensure ALL remote entry transmitters are brought to the dealership,to aid in troubleshooting.82
  83. 83. Unlocking the doorsPress this control to unlock thedrivers door. The interior lamps willilluminate.Press the control a second timewithin five seconds to unlock alldoors.Locking the doorsPress this control to lock all doors.To confirm all doors are closed andlocked, press the control a secondtime within five seconds. The doorswill lock again, the horn will chirpand the lamps will flash.If any of the doors are ajar, the hornwill make two quick chirps,reminding you to properly close alldoors.Sounding a panic alarmPress both controls to activate thealarm. The horn will sound and thelights will flash.To deactivate the alarm, press bothcontrols again or turn the ignition toACC or ON.Locks and Security83
  84. 84. Locks and SecurityReplacing the batteryThe remote transmitter is powered by one coin type three-volt lithiumbattery CR2032 or equivalent. Typical operating range will allow you tobe up to 10 meters (33 feet) away from your vehicle. A decrease inoperating range can be caused by the following factors: Weather conditions Nearby radio towers Structures around the vehicle Other vehicles parked next to the vehicleTo replace the battery:1. Twist a thin coin between the twohalves of the transmitter near thekey ring. DO NOT TAKE THEFRONT PART OF THETRANSMITTER APART.2. Place the positive (+) side of newbattery in the same orientation.Refer to the diagram inside thetransmitter unit.3. Snap the two halves backtogether.Replacement of the battery will not cause the remote transmitter tobecome deprogrammed from your vehicle. The remote transmitter shouldoperate normally after battery replacement.Replacing lost transmittersIf a remote transmitter has been lostand you would like to remove itfrom the vehicles memory, or youwould like to purchase additionalremote transmitters and have themprogrammed to your vehicle: Take all your vehiclestransmitters to your dealer forprogramming, or Perform the programmingprocedure yourself84
  85. 85. Locks and SecurityProgramming remote transmittersIt is necessary to have all (maximum of four original and/or new) ofyour remote transmitters available prior to beginning this procedure.To program the transmitters yourself: Place the key in the ignition andturn from 2 (LOCK) to 3 (OFF)and cycle between 3 (OFF) and4(ON) eight times in rapidsuccession (within 10 seconds)with the eighth turn ending in the4 (ON) position. The doors willlock/unlock to confirm thatprogramming mode has beenentered. Within 20 seconds, program a32154remote transmitter by pressing any button on a transmitter. The doorswill lock/unlock to confirm that the remote transmitter has beenprogrammed. (If more than 20 seconds pass before pressing a remotetransmitter button, the programming mode will exit and the procedurewill have to be repeated.) Repeat the previous step to program additional remote transmitters.The doors will lock/unlock to confirm that each remote transmitter hasbeen programmed. When you have completed programming the remote transmitters, turnthe ignition to 3 (OFF) or wait 20 seconds. Again the doors willlock/unlock to confirm programming has been completed.Illuminated entryThe illuminated entry system will turn on the interior lights when theremote transmitter unlock control is pressed.The illuminated entry system will turn off the interior lights if theignition switch is turned to the ON position, or if the remote transmitterlock control is pressed, or after 25 seconds of illumination.The inside lights will not turn off if: they have been turned on with the dimmer control, or any door is open.The battery save feature will turn off the interior lights 45 minutes afterthe last door is closed, even if the dimmer control is on.85
  86. 86. Seating and Safety RestraintsSEATINGDrivers seat adjustmentNever adjust the drivers seat or seatback when the vehicle ismoving.Always drive and ride with your seatback upright and the lapbelt snug and low across the hips.Reclining the seatback can cause an occupant to slide under theseats safety belt, resulting in severe personal injuries in theevent of a collision.Fixed-back seatMove handle to the left to move seatforward or backward.Recline seat (if equipped)Move handle to the left to move seatforward or backward.86
  87. 87. Seating and Safety RestraintsRotate control to adjust seatback.Easy-Aire seat (if equipped)Move handle to the left to move seatforward or backward.Rotate control to adjust seatback.87
  88. 88. Seating and Safety RestraintsPump handle to raise seat height.Push handle full down to lower.Always adjust the seat heightbefore fastening seatbelt.Air-Ride seat (if equipped)Push up on the switch to raise theseat height.Press down on the switch to lowerthe seat height.Always adjust the seat height before fastening seatbelt.Press up on the switch to increasethe firmness of the seatback.88
  89. 89. Seating and Safety RestraintsPress down on the switch to reducethe firmness of the seatback.Heated seats (if equipped)To operate the heated seats: Push control to activate. Push again to deactivate.Adjusting the front power seat (if equipped)Never adjust the drivers seat or seatback when the vehicle ismoving.Do not pile cargo higher than the seatbacks to avoid injuringpeople in a collision or sudden stop.Always drive and ride with your seatback upright and the lapbelt snug and low across the hips.Reclining the seatback can cause an occupant to slide under theseats safety belt, resulting in severe personal injuries in theevent of a collision.The control is located on the outboard side of the seat cushion.89
  90. 90. Seating and Safety RestraintsPress to raise or lower the frontportion of the seat cushion.Press to raise or lower the rearportion of the seat cushion.Press the control to move the seatforward, backward, up or down.90
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