Ford 2008 Explorer Sport Trac v.1 Manuel de l'utilisateur

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Introduction 4
Instrument Cluster 12
Warning lights and chimes 12
Gauges 19
Entertainment Systems 22
How to get going 22
AM/FM stereo with CD 26
AM/FM stereo with in-dash six CD 34
Auxiliary input jack (Line in) 42
USB port 44
Satellite radio information 47
Family entertainment system 50
Navigation system 77
Climate Controls 78
Manual heating and air conditioning 78
Automatic temperature control 80
Lights 85
Driver Controls 95
Windshield wiper/washer control 95
Steering wheel adjustment 96
Power windows 100
Mirrors 104
Speed control 107
Moon roof 112
Message center 113
Locks and Security 146
Keys 146
Locks 146
Anti-theft system 158
Table of Contents
2008 07+ Explorer Sport Trac (esp)
Owners Guide (post-2002-fmt)
USA (fus)
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Introduction 4Instrument Cluster 12Warning lights and chimes 12Gauges 19Entertainment Systems 22How to get going 22AM/FM stereo with CD 26AM/FM stereo

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These are some of the symbols you may see on your vehicle.Vehicle Symbol GlossarySafety AlertSee Owner’s GuideFasten Safety Belt Airbag - FrontAirbag

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Truck bed auxiliary power pointAn additional auxiliary power pointis located in the bed of the truck(12V 20AMP max).Lift the cover to access the auxil

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When closing the power windows, you should verify they are freeof obstructions and ensure that children and/or pets are not inthe proximity of the win

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If the switch is pressed and held to the normal open or ONE TOUCHDOWN position during a ONE TOUCH UP event, the window will stop. If,after 1/2 second

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Power Down Back WindowTo operate the power down back window, the ignition switch must be inthe On or Accessory position (or with accessory delay power

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Bounce-BackWhen the back window is moving upward and an obstacle interferes withthe window’s movement, the back window will reverse direction andmove

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Without voice activatedNavigation System or SYNCWith voice activated NavigationSystem or SYNCThe mirror will automatically return to the normal state

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Fold-away mirrorsFold the side mirrors in carefullywhen driving through a narrowspace, like an automatic car wash.Heated outside mirrors(if equipped)B

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SPEED CONTROLWith speed control set, you can maintain a set speed without keepingyour foot on the accelerator pedal.Do not use the speed control in he

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Resuming a set speedPress the RES (resume) control andrelease it. This will automaticallyreturn the vehicle to the previouslyset speed.Increasing spee

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Vehicle Symbol GlossaryPower WindowsFront/RearPower Window LockoutChild Safety DoorLock/UnlockInterior LuggageCompartment ReleasePanic Alarm Engine Oi

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WARNING LIGHTS AND CHIMESStandard instrument clusterOptional instrument clusterWarning lights and gauges can alert you to a vehicle condition that may

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Note: Some Warning Lights will display in the Message Center as wordsand function the same as the warning light.Note: Depending on which options your

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• Optional instrument clusterBrake system warning light: Toconfirm the brake system warninglight is functional, it willmomentarily illuminate when the

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Safety belt: Reminds you to fastenyour safety belt. A Belt-Minder威chime will also sound to remind youto fasten your safety belt. Refer tothe Seating a

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Never remove the coolant reservoir cap while the engine isrunning or hot.Low tire pressure warning:Illuminates when your tire pressureis low. If the l

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O/D off: Illuminates when theoverdrive function of thetransmission has been turned off,refer to the Driving chapter.AdvanceTrac威: Flashes when theAdva

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Low washer fluid (if equipped):Illuminates when the windshieldwasher fluid is low.Turn signal: Illuminates when theleft or right turn signal or thehaz

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GAUGESSpeedometer: Indicates thecurrent vehicle speed.Engine coolant temperaturegauge: Indicates engine coolanttemperature. At normal operatingtempera

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Seating and Safety Restraints 161Seating 161Safety restraints 168Airbags 183Child restraints 198Tires, Wheels and Loading 212Tire information 214Tire

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Odometer: Registers the total miles (kilometers) of the vehicle.• Standard instrument cluster• Optional instrument clusterRefer to Message center in t

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Tachometer: Indicates the enginespeed in revolutions per minute.Driving with your tachometerpointer continuously at the top ofthe scale may damage the

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AUDIO SYSTEMSQuick start — How to get goingDriving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control,accident and injury. Ford strongly recommend

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Listening to satellite radio (if equipped)1. If the audio system is turned off,press VOL-PUSH to turn the radioon. Turn VOL-PUSH to adjust thevolume.N

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For a single CD system, if a discis not already loaded, insert onlyone, label side up into the CD slot.LOADING CD and READING DISC will appear in the

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Press SHUFFLE to engage shufflemode. SHUFFLE ON will appear inthe display. If you wish to engageshuffle mode right away, press SEEK to begin random pl

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AM/FM Single CD/MP3 satellite compatible sound system(if equipped)Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control,accident and injury.

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In satellite radio mode (if equipped), press / to tune to thenext/previous channel.In CATEGORY MODE, press/ to scroll through the list ofavailable SIR

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• DELETE SONG: Press OK to delete a song from the system’smemory. Press/ to cycle through the saved songs. When thesong appears in the display that yo

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To activate, press MENU repeatedly until RBDS (ON/OFF) appears inthe display. Use/ / SEEK to toggle RBDS ON/OFF. WhenRBDS is OFF, you will not be able

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Maintenance and Specifications 321Engine compartment 323Engine oil 326Battery 331Engine coolant 333Fuel information 340Air filter(s) 353Part numbers 3

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TRACK/FOLDER MODE: Available only on MP3 discs in CD mode.In track mode, pressSEEK, SEEK to scroll through all tracks onthe discIn folder mode, pressS

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(Jazz, Rock, News, etc.), press SEEK, SEEK to seek to theprevious/next channel in the selected category. Press and holdSEEK, SEEK to fast seek through

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10. FF (Fast forward): Press FFto manually advance in a CD/MP3track.11. REW (Rewind): Press REW tomanually reverse in a CD/MP3 track.12. Memory preset

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14. AM/FM: Press to selectAM/FM1/FM2 frequency band.15. ON/OFF/Volume: Press to turnON/OFF. Turn to increase/decreasevolume.Note:If the volume is set

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Audiophile AM/FM in-dash six CD/MP3 satellite compatible soundsystem (if equipped)Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control,accid

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In satellite radio mode (if equipped), press / to tune to thenext/previous channel.In CATEGORY MODE, press/ to scroll through the list ofavailable SIR

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• DELETE SONG: Press OK to delete a song from the system’smemory. Press/ to cycle through the saved songs. When thesong appears in the display that yo

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RBDS: Available only in FM mode. This feature allows you to searchRBDS-equipped stations for a certain category of music format:CLASSIC, COUNTRY, INFO

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Recommended level is 1–3; SPEED OFF turns the feature off and level 7is the maximum setting.TRACK/FOLDER MODE: Available only on MP3 discs in CD mode.

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5. SEEK: In radio and CD/MP3mode, press to access the previous() or next ( ) strong stationor track.In satellite radio mode (if equipped), pressSEEK t

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CALIFORNIA Proposition 65 WarningWARNING: Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, andcertain vehicle components contain or emit chemicals known toth

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8. FOLDER : In folder mode,press FOLDERto access nextfolder on MP3 discs, if available.9.FOLDER: In folder mode,press FOLDER to access theprevious fol

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In CATEGORY MODE, press SCAN to hear a brief sampling of thechannels in the selected category. Press again to stop.Satellite radio is available only w

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18. (CD eject): To eject a discfrom the system, press. Selectthe correct slot number usingmemory presets 1–6. When ready, the system will eject the di

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4. Turn the radio on, using either a tuned FM station or a CD loaded intothe system. Adjust the volume to a comfortable listening level.5. Turn the po

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USB port (if equipped)Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control,accident and injury. Ford strongly recommends that drivers useext

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CD/CD player careDo:• Handle discs by their edges only.(Never touch the playingsurface).• Inspect discs before playing.• Clean only with an approved C

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CDs with homemade paper(adhesive) labels should not beinserted into the CD player asthe label may peel and cause theCD to become jammed. It isrecommen

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Sample MP3 structureIf you are burning your own MP3discs, it is important to understandhow the system will read thestructures you create. While variou

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• Terrain: Hills, mountains, tall buildings, bridges, tunnels, freewayoverpasses, parking garages, dense tree foliage and thunderstorms caninterfere w

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Radio Display Condition Action RequiredACQUIRING Radio requires morethan two seconds toproduce audio forthe selected channel.No action required. Thism

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Fuel pump shut-off switch: In the event of an accident thesafety switch will automatically cut off the fuel supply to theengine. The switch can also b

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Radio Display Condition Action RequiredNO TEXT Category informationnot available.Category information notavailable at this time onthis channel. The sy

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The driver should not attempt to operate any function of theDVD system while the vehicle is in motion. Give full attention todriving and to the road.

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Press the power button to turn thesystem OFF. The indicator light willturn off indicating the system is off.Note: The audio from the DVD system will p

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3. The disc will begin to play andthe ’MP3 Audio Disc’ screen willdisplay and allow you to access theCOMPRESSION, SHUFFLE, SCANand FOLDER MODE feature

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To listen to audio over the headphones (Dual play mode):1. You may listen to channels A and B over wired or wirelessheadphones. Refer to Using the inf

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2. Adjust the volume levels usingthe volume controls on the DVDsystem.To adjust display brightness:To decrease/increase the brightnesslevel on the dis

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Note: Headphone A can access any possible media (AM, FM1, FM2, SAT(if equipped), CD, DVD, DVD-AUX). Headphone B can only access DVDand DVD-AUX.For fur

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9. LCD screen: The eight inch diagonal screen rotates down to view andup into housing to store when not in use. Ensure that the screen islatched into

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16. Cursor /Brightness controls:Use the cursor controls to makevarious selections when in anymenu. When not in a menu, and inDVD mode, press/ to adjus

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4. RETURN: Press to return to the previous menu screen.5. ANGLE (DVD dependent): Press to select the angle to view thescene.6. Channel A/B: Press to s

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BREAKING-IN YOUR VEHICLEYour vehicle does not need an extensive break-in. Try not to drivecontinuously at the same speed for the first 1,000 miles (1,

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chapter. Press PLAY to resume normal playback speed and volume.In CD/MP3 mode, press to access the previous track.19. MENU: Press to access the DVD di

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HeadphonesWireless headphonesYour FES system is equipped withtwo sets of battery powered, infraredwireless headphones. Two AAAbatteries are needed to

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To install the batteries, remove the screw at the bottom of the cover.Then, lightly press down on top and slide the cover off.When replacing the batte

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Wired headphonesDo not leave children unattended in the vehicle and do not letchildren operate the system while unsupervised. If wiredheadphones or au

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DVD and Rear Seat Controls turned ON, the rear seat passengers maychoose to listen to the radio, CD, MP3, DVD, or DVD-AUX media sourcesover headphones

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While operating in Headphone Only Mode, the system will have limitedfunctionality.• The system will only output audio to the headphones. It will not b

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Aspect ratioSelect ASPECT RATIO to select theviewing size and shape of the videodisplayed on the LCD screen. This isdisc dependent.You can select from

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SubtitlesSelect SUBTITLES to turn thesubtitle option on or off. The systemdefault is OFF.Once you have made your selection,press ENTER to confirm. Thi

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Playing MP3 discsTo play an MP3 disc on your DVD system:1. Ensure that the vehicle ignition is in the RUN or ACCESSORYposition.2. Ensure that the DVD

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• PC configuration — Encoding MP3 files requires intensive use of yourcomputer’s resources. Follow the PC configuration recommendationsof the encoder

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Service Data RecordingService data recorders in your vehicle are capable of collecting andstoring diagnostic information about your vehicle. This pote

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Playing a DVD1. Ensure that the vehicle ignition is in the RUN or ACCESSORYposition.2. Ensure that the navigation system is on.3. Insert a DVD label-s

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Frame by frame1. With a DVD playing, press pause.2. Press the right cursor button. TheDVD will advance one frame. Eachpress of the right cursor button

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The B headphone jack (5) is locatedon the right side of the DVD system.Plug in wired headphones (notincluded) here.Note: The B headphones can onlyacce

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FULL (enabled): The FES has control over the primary (speaker) andsecondary (headphone) audio sources.LOCAL: The FES has control over the secondary so

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MP3: Supply of this product only conveys a license for private,non-commercial use and does not convey a license nor imply any right touse this product

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Do not expose the liquid crystal display (LCD) flip-down screento direct sunlight or intensive ultraviolet rays for extensiveperiods of time. Ultravio

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Care and service of the DVD playerEnvironmental extremesDVD players which are subjected to harsh environmental conditions maybe damaged or perform at

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Cleaning DVD and CD discsInspect all discs for contamination before playing. If necessary, cleandiscs only with an approved DVD and CD cleaner and wip

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MANUAL HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)1. Temperature selection:Controls the temperature of theairflow in the vehicle.2. Air flow sele

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• Remove any snow, ice or leaves from the air intake area at the base ofthe windshield.• To improve the A/C cool down when the vehicle interior issign

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Notice to owners of pickup trucks and utility type vehiclesUtility vehicles have a significantly higher rollover rate thanother types of vehicles.Befo

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DUAL AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROL (DATC) SYSTEM(IF EQUIPPED)1. A/C control: Press to turn onthe air conditioning. Press again toturn off the air cond

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4. MAX A/C: Distributesrecirculated air through theinstrument panel vents to cool thevehicle. This recooling of theinterior air is more economical and

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14. Driver’s side temperaturecontrol: Press to increase ordecrease the temperature on thedriver side of the cabin. This controlalso sets the passenger

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For maximum cooling performance:• Select and A/C and recirculated air. Use recirculated air with A/C toprovide a cooler airflow.• Move the temperature

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To manually turn off the heated windshield before the specified time haspassed, push the control switch again.Note: Pushing the heated windshield butt

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HEADLAMP CONTROLTurns the lamps off.Turns on the parking lamps,instrument panel lamps, licenseplate lamps and tail lamps.Turns the headlamps on.Autola

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Push the headlamp control towards the instrument panel to deactivatethe fog lamps.Daytime running lamps (DRL) (if equipped)To activate DRL:• the ignit

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PANEL DIMMER CONTROLUse to adjust the brightness of theinstrument panel when exteriorlights are on.• Rotate the thumbwheel from leftto right to bright

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• (1) Eight feet• (2) Center height of lamp toground• (3) Twenty-five feet• (4) Horizontal reference line2. The center of the headlamp has a3.0 mm cir

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TURN SIGNAL CONTROL• Push down to activate the leftturn signal.• Push up to activate the right turnsignal.INTERIOR LAMPSMap lampsThe front map lamps a

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Export unique (Non–United States/Canada) vehicle specificinformationFor your particular global region, your vehicle may be equipped withfeatures and o

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Replacing the interior bulbsCheck the operation of the bulbs frequently. To replace any of theinterior bulbs, see a dealer or qualified technician.Usi

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Replacing headlamp bulbsDo not touch the glass of a halogen bulb.1. Turn off the headlamps and openthe hood.2. Remove three screws from theheadlamp as

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Replacing front parking lamp/turn signal/sidemarker bulbs1. Turn off the headlamps and openthe hood.2. Remove three screws from theheadlamp assembly a

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4. Rotate the bulb socketcounterclockwise and remove itfrom the lamp assembly.5. Pull the bulb straight out of thesocket.Reverse steps to reinstall bu

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Replacing high-mount brake and cargo lamp bulbsMake sure the headlamp control isin the OFF position.1. Remove the two screws and movethe lamp assembly

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MULTI-FUNCTION LEVERWindshield wiper: Rotate the endof the control away from you toincrease the speed of the wipers;rotate towards you to decrease the

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TILT STEERING COLUMNPull the lever down and release, tounlock the steering column tilt lock.With the lever in the down position,tilt the steering colu

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Slide on rod featureRotate the visor towards the sidewindow and extend it rearward foradditional sunlight coverage.Note: To stow the visor back intoth

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Installing a garage door opener (if equipped)The storage compartment can be converted to accommodate a variety ofaftermarket garage door openers:• Pla

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The auxiliary power points arelocated on the front of the centerconsole, inside the utilitycompartment, and on the rear of theconsole (accessible from

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