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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
Navigation system 50
Climate Controls 51
Manual heating and air conditioning 51
Automatic temperature control 53
Lights 57
Headlamps 57
Turn signal control 61
Bulb replacement 61
Driver Controls 67
Windshield wiper/washer control 67
Steering wheel adjustment 68
Power windows 73
Mirrors 76
Speed control 79
Message center 84
Table of Contents
2009 07+ Explorer Sport Trac (esp)
Owners Guide, 1st Printing
USA (fus)
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Page 1 - Table of Contents

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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Fuel UsedSelecting this function from theINFO menu. “FUEL USED XXX.XGAL” will display the fuel used sincelast reset. The information displayedwill be

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• Compass display• Compass zone adjustment• Compass calibration adjustment• Oil Life Setup and Start ValueAWD lockSelect this function from the SETUP

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6. BRAKE FLUID LEVEL7. PARK BRAKE8. FUEL LEVEL AND DISTANCE TO EMPTYUnits (English/Metric)1. Select this function from theSETUP MENU for the current u

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1. To change the delay time of theautolamp feature, select thisfunction from the SETUP MENU.2. Press the RESET control to selectthe new Autolamp delay

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Reverse Sensing System (Park Aid) (if equipped)This feature sounds a warning tone to warn the driver of obstacles nearthe rear bumper, and functions o

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Note: Compass zone and calibration adjustments can be entered byusing the INFO and SETUP MENU controls or using the reset button ontop of the compass

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Compass calibration adjustment (if equipped)Perform compass calibration in an open area free from steel structuresand high voltage lines. For optimum

Page 10 - Introduction

2. Press and hold the RESETcontrol for more than two seconds.Oil life is set to 100% and “OILCHANGE SET TO 100%” isdisplayed.Note: To change oil life

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Warning display StatusDoor ajar Warning cannot be resetFuel level low Warning returns after 10 minutesPark brake engagedCheck brake systemCheck park a

Page 12 - Instrument Cluster

FUEL LEVEL LOW — Displayed as an early reminder of a low fuelcondition.PARK BRAKE ENGAGED — Displayed when the manual park brake isset, the engine is

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

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TRAILER SWAY REDUCE SPEED — Displayed when your trailerstarts to sway when towing. Refer to Trailer Sway Control in theDriving chapter for more inform

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TAILGATE LOCKThe tailgate lock is designed to helpprevent theft of the tailgate.• Insert ignition key and turn to theright to lock.• Turn ignition key

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Exterior tiedown hooksExterior tiedown hooks mounted onthe side of the pickup box:• can be used to secure loadswithin the pickup box.• can be used to

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Activating Cargo Cage TheftDeterrent Device:The following procedure can bedone with the cargo cage in thestowed or extended position.1. Locate the Phi

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To open the front panel:• Open the driver side lock coverand unlock the front panel usingyour ignition key.• Lift the panel to access items inthe pick

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To remove the tonneau cover:The tonneau cover weighs 70 lb.(29 kg) and needs to be supportedduring removal since the panels willautomatically lock whe

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WARNING: Do not leave children, unreliable adults, or animalsunattended in the vehicle. On hot days, the temperature in thepickup box can rise very qu

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Pickup box storage compartmentThe storage compartments are located inside the pickup box behind thewheel wells.The storage compartments havebeen desig

Page 22 - Entertainment Systems

To adjust cross-bar position (ifequipped):1. Loosen the thumbwheel at bothends of the cross-bar (If thethumbwheel is too tight to releaseby hand, a sm

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KEYSOne key operates the door, tailgate, and tonneau cover locks and startsthe vehicle. Always carry a spare key with you in case of an emergency.Your

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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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Deactivating/activating autolockYour vehicle comes with the autolock feature enabled. There are fourmethods to enable/disable this feature:• Through y

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4. Press and hold the 3 • 4. While holding the 3 • 4pressthe7• 8.5. Release the 7 • 8.6. Release the 3 • 4.The user should receive a horn chirp to ind

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Power door unlock/lock procedureYou must complete Steps 1-5 within 30 seconds or the procedure willhave to be repeated. If the procedure needs to be r

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Message center procedureFor information on activating/deactivating the autounlock feature usingthe vehicle’s message center (if equipped), refer to Me

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CHILDPROOF DOOR LOCKS• When these locks are set, therear doors cannot be opened fromthe inside.• The rear doors can be openedfrom the outside when the

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Your vehicle is equipped with a remote entry system which allows you to:• unlock the vehicle doors withouta key.• lock all the vehicle doors withouta

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Locking the doors1. Press and release to lock all the doors. The lamps will flash.Note: If any door is not closed properly, the lamps will not flash u

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2. Do not wipe off any grease on thebattery terminals on the backsurface of the circuit board.3. Remove the old battery.Note: Please refer to localreg

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3. Turn the key from the 1 (off)position to 3 (on).4. Cycle eight times rapidly (within10 seconds) between the 1 (off)position and 3 (on). Note: Theei

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KEYLESS ENTRY SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED)You can use the keyless entrykeypad to:• lock or unlock the doors withoutusing a key.• activate or deactivate theaut

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Service engine soon: The serviceengine soon indicator lightilluminates when the ignition is firstturned to the on position to checkthe bulb and to ind

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Erasing personal code1. Enter the factory set 5–digit code.2. Within five seconds, press the 1 • 2 on the keypad and release.3. Press and hold the 1 •

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Note: Large metallic objects, electronic devices that are used topurchase gasoline or similar items, or a second coded key on the samekey chain may ca

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Replacing coded keys can be very costly. Store an extra programmed keyaway from the vehicle in a safe place to help prevent anyinconveniences. Please

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8. Turn the ignition from the 1 (off) position to the 3 (on) position. Keepthe ignition in the 3 (on) position for at least three seconds, but notmore

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SEATINGWARNING: Reclining the seatback can cause an occupant toslide under the seat’s safety belt, resulting in severe personalinjuries in the event o

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To adjust the head restraint, do the following:1. Adjust the seatback to an upright driving/riding position.2. Raise the head restraint bypulling up o

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To remove the adjustable head restraint, do the following:1. Pull up the head restraint until itreaches the highest adjustmentposition.2. Simultaneous

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WARNING: To minimize the risk of neck injury in the event of acrash, head restraints must be installed properly.Adjusting the front manual seat (if eq

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Using the manual lumbar support (if equipped)For more lumbar support, turn thelumbar support control toward thefront of vehicle.For less lumbar suppor

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WARNING: To reduce the risk of possible serious injury: Do nothang objects off seat back or stow objects in the seatback mappocket (if equipped) when

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Powertrain malfunction indicator: Illuminates when a powertrain, a4x4 or an AWD fault has been detected. Contact your authorized dealeras soon as poss

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Press the control to recline theseatback forward or rearward.Using the power lumbar support (if equipped)The power lumbar control is located on the ou

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Heated seats (if equipped)WARNING: Persons who are unable to feel pain to the skinbecause of advanced age, chronic illness, diabetes, spinal cordinjur

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REAR SEATSIf needed, when installing some high back child restraints, the headrestraints of the second row seating positions can be removed. Insert at

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Folding down the 2nd row 60/40 seatsEnsure that the head restraint is in the down position and no objectssuch as books, purses or briefcases are on th

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Note: For 60% seats, ensure thatthe seatback is fully latched to therear of the cab.2. Lift up on the head restraint untilit locks into its original p

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• Front safety belts with pretensioners, energy management retractors,and safety belt usage sensors.• Driver’s seat position sensor.• Front passenger

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allows your Personal Safety System威 to distinguish between differentlevels of crash severity and modify the deployment strategy of thedual-stage airba

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allows your Personal Safety System威 to tailor the airbag deployment andsafety belt pretensioner activation depending upon safety belt usage.Front safe

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Safety restraints precautionsWARNING: Always drive and ride with your seatback uprightand the lap belt snug and low across the hips.WARNING: To reduce

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WARNING: Safety belts and seats can become hot in a vehiclethat has been closed up in sunny weather; they could burn asmall child. Check seat covers a

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Airbag readiness: If this light failsto illuminate when the ignition isturned to on, continues to flash orremains on, contact your authorizeddealer as

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• Front and rear seats2. To unfasten, push the release button and remove the tongue from thebuckle.• Front and rear seatsAll safety restraints in the

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Automatic locking modeWhen to use the automatic locking modeIn this mode, the shoulder belt is automatically pre-locked. The belt willstill retract to

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WARNING: After any vehicle collision, the combination lap andshoulder belt system at all passenger seating positions must bechecked by an authorized d

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Front safety belt height adjustmentYour vehicle has safety belt heightadjustments at the front outboardseating positions. Adjust the heightof the shou

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To adjust the comfort guide:1. Slip the shoulder belt into thebelt guide.2. Slide the guide up or down alongthe webbing so that the belt iscentered on

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Conditions of operationIf... Then...The driver’s safety belt is notbuckled before the ignitionswitch is turned to the onposition...The safety belt war

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The Belt-Minder威 feature uses two different warning chimes. During thefirst minute of activation, the warning chime will sound once everysecond. The r

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The following are reasons most often given for not wearing safety belts(All statistics based on U.S. data):Reasons given... Consider...“Crashes are ra

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Reasons given... Consider...“I have an airbag” Airbags offer greater protection whenused with safety belts. Frontal airbagsare not designed to inflate

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The driver and front passenger Belt-Minder威 features can bedeactivated/activated by performing the following procedure:Before following the procedure,

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Engine coolant temperature: Illuminates when the engine coolanttemperature is high. Stop the vehicle as soon as possible, switch off theengine and let

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AIRBAG SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)Important SRS precautionsThe SRS is designed to work withthe safety belt to help protect thedriver and right

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WARNING: Never place your arm over the airbag module as adeploying airbag can result in serious arm fractures or otherinjuries.To properly position yo

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Children and airbagsChildren must always be properlyrestrained. Accident statisticssuggest that children are safer whenproperly restrained in the rear

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The airbags inflate and deflaterapidly upon activation. After airbagdeployment, it is normal to notice asmoke-like, powdery residue orsmell the burnt

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• one or more impact and safing sensors.• a readiness light and tone.• diagnostic module.• and the electrical wiring which connects the components.• F

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The front passenger sensing system will turn off the passenger seat sideairbag if:• the seat is empty and safety belt is unbuckled.The front passenger

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• If the indicator lamp remains lit even after this, the person should beadvised to ride in the rear seat.OccupantPass Airbag OffIndicator LampPasseng

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ObjectsPass Airbag OffIndicator LampPassenger AirbagSmall (i.e. three-ringbinder, small purse,bottled water)Unlit DisabledMedium (i.e. heavybriefcase,

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In case there is a problem with thefront passenger sensing system, theairbag readiness lamp in theinstrument cluster will stay lit.If the airbag readi

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Determining if the system is operationalThe SRS uses a readiness light in the instrument cluster or a tone toindicate the condition of the system. Ref

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• Optional instrument clusterSpeed control: Illuminates whenthe speed control is activated. Turnsoff when the speed control systemis deactivated.O/D o

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WARNING: All occupants of the vehicle should always weartheir safety belts even when an airbag SRS is provided.How does the side airbag system work?Th

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not of the type sufficient to cause activation. Side airbags are designedto inflate in side-impact collisions, not roll-over, rear-impact, frontal orn

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WARNING: Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify theSafety Canopy威 system, its fuses, the A, B, or C pillar trim, orthe headliner on a vehicle co

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• Two side crash sensors mounted at the front doors (one on each sideof the vehicle).• Two side crash sensors located at the c-pillar behind the rear

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WARNING: If the SafetyCanopy威 system hasdeployed, the Safety Canopy威will not function again. TheSafety Canopy威 system(including the A, B and Cpillar t

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The S.O.S. Post Crash Alert can be turned off when any one of thefollowing actions are taken by the driver or any other person:• pressing the hazard c

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Recommendations for Safety Restraints for ChildrenChild size, height, weight, or ageRecommendedrestraint typeInfantsortoddlersChildren weighing 40 lb

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Recommendations for attaching child safety restraints for childrenRestraintTypeChildWeightUse any attachment method asindicated below by “X”LATCH(lowe

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WARNING: Always carefully follow the instructions andwarnings provided by the manufacturer of any child restraint todetermine if the restraint device

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Transporting childrenAlways make sure your child is secured properly in a device that isappropriate for their age, height and weight. All children are

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Door ajar: Illuminates when theignition is in the on position and anydoor is open.Low fuel (if equipped):Illuminates when the fuel level inthe fuel ta

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SAFETY SEATS FOR CHILDRENInfant and/or toddler seatsUse a safety seat that is recommended for the size and weight of thechild.When installing a child

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Installing child safety seats with combination lap and shoulderbeltsIf needed, when installing some high back child restraints, the headrestraints of

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• Keep the buckle release button pointing up and away from the safetyseat, with the tongue between the child seat and the release button,to help preve

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3. While holding the shoulder andlap belt portions together, route thetongue through the child seataccording to the child seatmanufacturer’s instructi

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8. Remove remaining slack from thebelt. Force the seat down with extraweight, e.g., by pressing down orkneeling on the child restraint whilepulling up

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however the safety belt can still be used to attach the child seat. Forforward-facing child seats, the top tether strap must also be attached tothe pr

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WARNING: Never attach two child safety seats to the sameanchor. In a crash, one anchor may not be strong enough to holdtwo child safety seat attachmen

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Attaching child safety seats with tether strapsMany forward-facing child safety seats include a tether strap whichextends from the back of the child s

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2. Locate the correct anchor for theselected rear seating position.• You may need to pull the seatback forward to access the tetheranchors. Make sure

Page 100 - Driver Controls

4. Clip the tether strap to theanchor and return the seat back toits locked position.If the tether strap is clippedincorrectly, the child safety seat

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

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and the knees bend comfortably at the edge of the cushion, whileminimizing slouching. Booster seats may also make the shoulder belt fitbetter and more

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• Backless booster seatsIf your backless booster seat has aremovable shield, remove theshield. If a vehicle seating positionhas a low seat back or no

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Children and booster seats vary in size and shape. Choose a booster thatkeeps the lap belt low and snug across the hips, never up across thestomach, a

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Move a child to a different seating location if the shoulder belt does notstay positioned on the shoulder during use.Follow all instructions provided

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NOTICE TO UTILITY VEHICLE AND TRUCK OWNERSUtility vehicles and trucks handledifferently than passenger cars inthe various driving conditions thatare e

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Power is supplied to all four wheels through a transfer case or powertransfer unit. 4WD vehicles allow you to select different drive modes asnecessary

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• Narrower — to provide greatermaneuverability in tight spaces,particularly in off-road use.As a result of the above dimensionaldifferences, SUV’s and

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government test course. For example, a tire graded 150 would wear oneand one-half (11⁄2) times as well on the government course as a tiregraded 100. T

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• Tire Identification Number (TIN): A number on the sidewall ofeach tire providing information about the tire brand andmanufacturing plant, tire size

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At least once a month and before long trips, inspect each tire and checkthe tire pressure with a tire gauge (including spare, if equipped). Inflateall

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Locks and Security 119Keys 119Locks 119Anti-theft system 130Seating and Safety Restraints 134Seating 134Safety restraints 144Airbags 160Child restrain

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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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To check the pressure in your tire(s):1. Make sure the tires are cool, meaning they are not hot from drivingeven a mile.If you are checking tire press

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TIRE CAREInspecting your tiresPeriodically inspect the tire treads for uneven or excessive wear andremove objects such as stones, nails or glass that

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WARNING: AgeTires degrade over time depending on many factors such asweather, storage conditions, and conditions of use (load, speed,inflation pressur

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WARNING: Only use replacement tires and wheels that are thesame size, load index, speed rating and type (such as P-metricversus LT-metric or all-seaso

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It is recommended that the two front tires or two rear tires generally bereplaced as a pair.The tire pressure sensors mounted in the wheels (originall

Page 119 - Locks and Security

vehicle seems to pull to one side when you’re driving, the wheels may beout of alignment. Have an authorized dealer check the wheel alignmentperiodica

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Note: Your vehicle may be equipped with a dissimilar spare tire/wheel. Adissimilar spare tire/wheel is defined as a spare tire and/or wheel that isdif

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5. 15: Indicates the wheel or rim diameter in inches. If you change yourwheel size, you will have to purchase new tires to match the new wheeldiameter

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numbers represent the week and year the tire was built. For example,the numbers 317 mean the 31st week of 1997. After 2000 the numbersgo to four digit

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Additional information contained on the tire sidewall for “LT” typetires“LT” type tires have some additionalinformation beyond those of “P”type tires;

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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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Information on “T” type tires“T” type tires have some additionalinformation beyond those of “P”type tires; these differences aredescribed below:T145/8

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TIRE PRESSURE MONITORING SYSTEM (TPMS)Each tire, including the spare (ifprovided), should be checkedmonthly when cold and inflated tothe inflation pre

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following two conditions: (1) This device may not cause harmfulinterference, and (2) This device must accept any interference received,including inter

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When your temporary spare tire is installedWhen one of your road tires needs to be replaced with the temporaryspare, the TPMS system will continue to

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Low Tire PressureWarning LightPossible cause Customer Action RequiredSolid Warning Light Tire(s)under-inflated1. Check your tire pressure toensure tir

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Low Tire PressureWarning LightPossible cause Customer Action RequiredFlashing WarningLightSpare tire in use Your temporary spare tire is inuse. Repair

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any tire is under-inflated, carefully drive the vehicle to the nearestlocation where air can be added to the tires. Inflate all the tires to therecomm

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VEHICLE LOADING – WITH AND WITHOUT A TRAILERThis section will guide you in the proper loading of your vehicle and/ortrailer, to keep your loaded vehic

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Payload – is the combined weight of cargo and passengers that thevehicle is carrying. The maximum payload for your vehicle can be foundon the Tire Lab

Page 134 - Seating and Safety Restraints

Example only:Cargo Weight – includes all weight added to the Base Curb Weight,including cargo and optional equipment. When towing, trailer tongue load

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AUDIO SYSTEMSQuick start — How to get goingWARNING: Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehiclecontrol, accident and injury. Ford strongly

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GAWR (Gross Axle Weight Rating) – is the maximum allowableweight that can be carried by a single axle (front or rear). Thesenumbers are shown on the S

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WARNING: Exceeding the Safety Compliance Certification Labelvehicle weight rating limits could result in substandard vehiclehandling or performance, e

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WARNING: Do not use replacement tires with lower loadcarrying capacities than the original tires because they maylower the vehicle’s GVWR and GAWR lim

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• A final example for your vehicle with 1,400 lb. (635 kg) of cargo andluggage capacity. You and one of your friends decide to pick upcement from the

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2. Weigh your vehicle without cargo. To obtain correct weights, take yourvehicle to a shipping company or an inspection station for trucks.3. Subtract

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4x2GCWR (Gross Combined Weight Rating)/Trailer WeightEngine Rear axle ratio MaximumGCWR-lb. (kg)Trailer weightrange-lb. (kg)(0-Maximum)4.0L SOHC Class

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4WD and AWD4.6L* Class III/IVtowing3.55 12000 (5443) 0–6990 (0–3171)Notes: - For high altitude operation, reduce GCW by 2% per 1,000 ft.(300 meters) e

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Class III Trailer Hitch Safety ChainLoops can be used as recoveryhooks.Do not attach safety chains to the bumper.Trailer brakesElectric brakes and man

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Driving while you towWhen towing a trailer:• To ensure proper “break-in” of powertrain components, do not trailertow during the first 1,000 miles (1,6

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• If you will be towing a trailer frequently in hot weather, hillyconditions, at GCWR, or any combination of these factors, considerrefilling your rea

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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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2WD vehicles: Do not tow your vehicle with any wheels on the ground,as vehicle or transmission damage may occur. It is recommended to towyour vehicle

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STARTINGPositions of the ignition1. Off — shuts off the engine and allaccessories/locks the steering wheel,gearshift lever and allows keyremoval.2. Ac

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WARNING: If you smell exhaust fumes inside your vehicle, haveyour dealer inspect your vehicle immediately. Do not drive if yousmell exhaust fumes.Impo

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• Make sure the gearshift is in P(Park).3. Turn the key to 3 (on) withoutturning the key to 4 (start).Some warning lights will briefly illuminate. See

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Starting the engine1. Turn the key to 3 (on) withoutturning the key to 4 (start). If thereis difficulty in turning the key,rotate the steering wheel u

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ENGINE BLOCK HEATER (IF EQUIPPED)An engine block heater warms the engine coolant which aids in startingand allows the heater/defroster system to respo

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• Be sure that areas where the vehicle is parked are clean and clear ofall combustibles such as petroleum products, dust, rags, paper andsimilar items

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brake pedal pulsation may be observed during ABS braking and thebrake pedal may suddenly travel a little farther as soon as ABS braking isdone and nor

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The BRAKE warning lamp in theinstrument cluster illuminates andremains illuminated (when theignition is turned on) until theparking brake is released.

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ADVANCETRAC姞 WITH ROLL STABILITY CONTROL™ (RSC姞)STABILITY ENHANCEMENT SYSTEMWARNING: Vehicle modifications involving braking system,aftermarket roof r

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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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The AdvanceTrac威 with RSC威 system provides the following stabilityenhancement features for certain driving situations:• Traction Control (TCS), which

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• If the driving condition is severe and your foot is not on the brake, thebrake pedal may move as the systems applies higher brake forces. Youmay als

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Certain adverse driving maneuvers may activate the Electronic StabilityControl system, which include but are not limited to:• Taking a turn too fast•

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with RSC威 system can be restored by pressing the AdvanceTrac威 withRSC威⬙Off⬙ button again or by turning off and restarting the engine.If you switch off

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During Trailer Sway Control events, the icon in the instrumentcluster will flash momentarily. The message center will also display:TRAILER SWAY REDUCE

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• loose or worn suspension components• loose or worn steering components• improper steering alignmentA high crown in the road or high crosswinds may a

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If you cannot move the gearshift lever out of P (Park) with ignition inthe on position and the brake pedal depressed:1. Apply the parking brake, turn

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Driving with a 5–speed automatic transmission (if equipped)This vehicle is equipped with an Adaptive Transmission Control Strategy.This Adaptive Trans

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P (Park)This position locks the transmissionand prevents the rear wheels fromturning.To put your vehicle in gear:• Start the engine• Depress the brake

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D (Drive) without OverdriveOverdrive can be deactivated bypressing the transmission controlswitch on the side of the gearshiftlever.• This position al

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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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Forced downshifts• Allowed in D (Overdrive) or Drive.• Depress the accelerator to the floor.• Allows transmission to select an appropriate gear.Drivin

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P (Park)This position locks the transmissionand prevents the rear wheels fromturning.To put your vehicle in gear:• Depress the brake pedal• Start the

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D (Drive) without OverdriveOverdrive can be deactivated bypressing the transmission controlswitch on the side of the shift lever.• This position allow

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• Allows upshifts by moving gearshift lever.• Will not downshift into 1 (First) at high speeds; allows for 1 (First)when vehicle reaches slower speeds

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WARNING: Certain add-on devices such as large trailer hitches,bike or surfboard racks and any device that may block thenormal detection zone of the RS

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Keep the RSS sensors (located on the rear bumper/fascia) freefrom snow, ice and large accumulations of dirt (do not clean thesensors with sharp object

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Using the Control Trac 4WD system4X4 AUTO - Provides electronically-controlled four-wheel drive withpower delivered to all four wheels as required for

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WARNING: If your vehicle is equipped with AWD, a spare tire ofa different size than the road tires should never be used. Such atire could make the veh

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Driving off-road with truck and utility vehiclesAWD and 4WD vehicles are specially equipped for driving on sand, snow,mud and rough terrain and have o

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• It often may be less risky to strike small objects, such as highwayreflectors, with minor damage to your vehicle rather than attempt asudden return

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AM/FM Single CD/MP3 satellite compatible sound system(if equipped)WARNING: Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehiclecontrol, accident and

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Emergency maneuvers• In an unavoidable emergency situation where a sudden sharp turnmust be made, remember to avoid “over-driving” your vehicle, i.e.,

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ParkingOn some 4WD vehicles, when the transfer case is in the N (Neutral)position, the engine and transmission are disconnected from the rest ofthe dr

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Mud and waterIf you must drive through highwater, drive slowly. Traction orbrake capability may be limited.When driving through water,determine the de

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possibly rolling over. Whenever driving on a hill, determine beforehandthe route you will use. Do not drive over the crest of a hill withoutseeing wha

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Avoid sudden applications of power and quick changes of direction onsnow and ice. Apply the accelerator slowly and steadily when startingfrom a full s

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DRIVING THROUGH WATERIf driving through deep or standingwater is unavoidable, proceed veryslowly especially when the depth isnot known. Never drive th

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ROADSIDE ASSISTANCEGetting roadside assistanceTo fully assist you should you have a vehicle concern, Ford MotorCompany offers a complimentary roadside

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• towing of your disabled vehicle• emergency travel expense reimbursement• travel planning benefitsIn Canada, for uninterrupted Roadside Assistance co

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FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCHFUELRESETThe fuel pump shut-off switch is a device intended to stop the electricfuel pump when your vehicle has been involved

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FUSES AND RELAYSFusesIf electrical components in thevehicle are not working, a fuse mayhave blown. Blown fuses areidentified by a broken wire withinth

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In CATEGORY MODE, press / to scroll through the list ofavailable SIRIUS channel Categories (Pop, Rock, News, etc.). Refer toCategory Mode under Menu f

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Passenger compartment fuse panelThe fuse panel is located below theinstrument panel on the driver’sside.To remove a fuse use the fuse puller tool prov

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits5 5A Moonroof, Power down backwindow, Door lock switchillumination, Rearview mirror withmicrophone6

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits23 15A Interior lamps, Puddle lamps,Cargo lamp, Battery saver,Instrument illumination24 10A Instrume

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If the battery has been disconnected and reconnected, refer to theBattery section of the Maintenance and Specifications chapter.The high-current fuses

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits13 30A** Trailer tow battery charge14 40A ** Power drivers seat15 40A** Heated mirror16 40A** Blower

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Fuse/RelayLocationFuse AmpRatingProtected Circuits39 15A* PCM power40 15A* Fan clutch, PCV valve, AC clutchrelay41 15A* SDARS, DVD, SYNC42 15A* Speed

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CHANGING THE TIRESIf you get a flat tire while driving:• do not brake heavily.• gradually decrease the vehicle’s speed.• hold the steering wheel firml

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2. Full-size dissimilar spare with label on wheel: This spare tire hasa label on the wheel that states: “THIS TIRE AND WHEEL FORTEMPORARY USE ONLY”Whe

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• Wet weather driving capability• All-Wheel driving capability (if applicable)• Load leveling adjustment (if applicable)When driving with the full-siz

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Removing the jack and tools1. Fold the passenger side rear seatforward, then remove the jack.2. Turn the jack screw eyelet (1)counterclockwise to rele

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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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2. Insert the square end of the jackhandle extension into the rearaccess hole located just above therear bumper and below the tailgate.Forward motion

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WARNING: Do not attempt to change a tire on the side of thevehicle close to moving traffic. Pull far enough off the road toavoid the danger of being h

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5. Position the jack according to theillustrated guides and turn the jackhandle clockwise until the tire is amaximum of 1 inch (25 mm) off theground.W

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9. Remove the jack and fully tightenthe lug nuts in the order shown.Refer to Wheel lug nut torquespecifications later in this chapterfor the proper lu

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2. Stow the wheel ornament (if removed) in a safe location in the vehicle(such as the glove box or jack stowage compartment) so it will notbecome dama

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JUMP STARTINGWARNING: The gases around the battery can explode ifexposed to flames, sparks, or lit cigarettes. An explosion couldresult in injury or v

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Connecting the jumper cables1. Connect the positive (+) jumper cable to the positive (+) terminal ofthe discharged battery.Note: In the illustrations,

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3. Connect the negative (-) cable to the negative (-) terminal of theassisting battery.4. Make the final connection of the negative (-) cable to the g

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WARNING: Do not connect the end of the second cable to thenegative (-) terminal of the battery to be jumped. A spark maycause an explosion of the gase

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3. Remove the jumper cable from the positive (+) terminal of the boostervehicle’s battery.4. Remove the jumper cable from the positive (+) terminal of

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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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WRECKER TOWINGIf you need to have your vehicle towed, contact a professional towingservice or, if you are a member of a roadside assistance program, y

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Ford Motor Company produces a towing manual for all authorized towtruck operators. Have your tow truck operator refer to this manual forproper hook-up

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GETTING THE SERVICES YOU NEEDWarranty repairs to your vehicle must be performed by an authorizedFord, Lincoln, or Mercury dealer. While any authorized

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In Canada:Mailing Address (Ford vehicles)Customer Relationship CentreFord Motor Company of Canada, LimitedP.O. Box 2000Oakville, Ontario L6J 5E4Teleph

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In the United States, a warranty dispute must be submitted to the BBBAUTO LINE before taking action under the Magnuson-Moss WarrantyAct, or to the ext

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THE BETTER BUSINESS BUREAU (BBB) AUTO LINE PROGRAM(U.S. ONLY)Your satisfaction is important to Ford Motor Company and to your dealer.If a warranty con

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UTILIZING THE MEDIATION/ARBITRATION PROGRAM(CANADA ONLY)For vehicles delivered to authorized Canadian dealers. In those caseswhere you continue to fee

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If you did not take advantage of the Ford Extended Service Plan at thetime of purchasing your vehicle, you may still be eligible. Since thisinformatio

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ORDERING ADDITIONAL OWNER’S LITERATURETo order the publications in this portfolio, contact Helm, Incorporated at:HELM, INCORPORATEDP.O. Box 07150Detro

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You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from SAFETY DEFECTS (CANADA ONLY)If you believe that

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Customer Assistance 292Reporting safety defects (U.S. only) 298Reporting safety defects (Canada only) 299Cleaning 300Maintenance and Specifications 30

Page 224

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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WASHING THE EXTERIORWash your vehicle regularly with cool or lukewarm water and a neutralpH shampoo, such as Motorcraft Detail Wash (ZC-3-A), which is

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• After polishing chrome bumpers, apply a coating of MotorcraftPremium Liquid Wax (ZC-53-A), available from your authorized dealer,or an equivalent qu

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ENGINEEngines are more efficient when they are clean because grease and dirtbuildup keep the engine warmer than normal. When washing:• Take care when

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4.6L V8 ENGINEPLASTIC (NON-PAINTED) EXTERIOR PARTSUse only approved products to clean plastic parts. These products areavailable from your authorized

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special solution in addition to alcohol which helps to remove the hotwax deposited on the wiper blade and windshield from automated carwash facilities

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2. Apply Motorcraft Deluxe Leather and Vinyl Cleaner (ZC-11-A) [InCanada use Motorcraft Multi-Purpose Cleaner (CXC-101)] to the wipedarea and spread a

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• To help maintain its resiliency and color, use the Motorcraft DeluxeLeather Care Kit (ZC-11-D), available from your authorized dealer. InCanada, use

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Motorcraft Premium Glass Cleaner (Canada only) (CXC-100)Motorcraft Premium Liquid Wax (ZC-53-A)Motorcraft Premium Windshield Washer Concentrate (U.S.

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SERVICE RECOMMENDATIONS• Use the scheduled maintenance information to track routineservice.• Use only recommended fuels, lubricants, fluids and servic

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OPENING THE HOOD1. Inside the vehicle, pull the hoodrelease handle located under thebottom left corner of the instrumentpanel.2. Go to the front of th

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In satellite radio mode (if equipped), press SEEK, SEEK toseek to the previous/next channel. If a specific category is selected,(Jazz, Rock, News, etc

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IDENTIFYING COMPONENTS IN THE ENGINE COMPARTMENT4.0L SOHC V6 engine1. Engine oil filler cap2. Engine oil dipstick (out of view)3. Brake fluid reservoi

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4.6L V8 engine1. Air filter assembly2. Engine oil filler cap3. Engine oil dipstick4. Brake fluid reservoir5. Power distribution box6. Battery7. Power

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WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUIDAdd fluid to fill the reservoir if thelevel is low. In very cold weather, donot fill the reservoir completely.Only use a washer

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CHANGING THE WIPER BLADES1. Pull the wiper arm away from thevehicle. Turn the blade at an anglefrom the wiper arm. Push the lockpin manually to releas

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• 4.0L V6 engine• 4.6L V8 engine6. Wipe the dipstick clean. Insert the dipstick fully, then remove it again.• If the oil level is between the lower an

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• 4.0L V6 engine• 4.6L V8 engine• Oil levels above the upper hole may cause engine damage. Some oilmust be removed from the engine by an authorized de

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To avoid possible oil loss, DO NOT operate the vehicle with theengine oil level dipstick and/or the engine oil filler cap removed.Engine Oil Recommend

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4.6L 3V V8 EngineLook for this certificationtrademark.Use SAE 5W-20 engine oilOnly use oils “Certified For Gasoline Engines” by the AmericanPetroleum

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BATTERYYour vehicle is equipped with aMotorcraft maintenance-free batterywhich normally does not requireadditional water during its life ofservice.If

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WARNING: Keep batteries out of reach of children. Batteriescontain sulfuric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes or clothing.Shield your eyes when work

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9. FOLDER: In folder mode,pressFOLDER to access theprevious folder on MP3 discs, ifavailable.10. FF (Fast forward): Press FFto manually advance in a C

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• Always dispose of automotivebatteries in a responsible manner.Follow your local authorizedstandards for disposal. Call yourlocal authorized recyclin

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• 4.0L V6 engine• 4.6L V8 engine• The engine coolant should be at the “FULL COLD” level or within the“COLD FILL RANGE” as listed on the engine coolant

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Adding engine coolantWhen adding coolant, make sure it is a 50/50 mixture of engine coolantand distilled water. When the engine is cool, add the mixtu

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For vehicles with overflow coolant systems with a non-pressurized capon the coolant recovery system, add coolant to the coolant recoveryreservoir when

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Your cooling system may have a leak. Operating an engine with a lowlevel of coolant can result in engine overheating and possible enginedamage.Recycle

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• Decreased engine coolant concentrations below 40% willdecrease the freeze protection characteristics of the enginecoolant and may cause engine damag

Page 253

Along with the (Engine coolant temperature) indicator, the enginecoolant temperature gauge will read in the Hot (H) area.Oil overheat can be triggered

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WHAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT AUTOMOTIVE FUELSImportant safety precautionsWARNING: Do not overfill the fuel tank. The pressure in anoverfilled tank may c

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• Avoid getting fuel liquid in your eyes. If fuel is splashed in the eyes,remove contact lenses (if worn), flush with water for 15 minutes andseek med

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Use the following guidelines to avoid electrostatic charge build-up whenfilling an ungrounded fuel container:• Place approved fuel container on the gr

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In satellite radio mode (if equipped), press and hold to hear a briefsampling of the next channels. Press again to stop. In CATEGORYMODE, press SCAN t

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WARNING: The fuel system may be under pressure. Removefuel filler cap slowly. Otherwise, fuel may spray out and injureyou or others.WARNING: If you do

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Octane recommendationsYour vehicle is designed to use“Regular” unleaded gasoline with apump (R+M)/2 octane rating of 87.We do not recommend the use of

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If you have run out of fuel:• You may need to cycle the ignition from off to on several times afterrefueling to allow the fuel system to pump the fuel

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• Use the same filling rate setting (low — medium — high) each timethe tank is filled.• Allow no more than two automatic click-offs when filling.• Alw

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• Idling for long periods of time (greater than one minute) may wastefuel.• Anticipate stopping; slowing down may eliminate the need to stop.• Sudden

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• Driving on flat terrain offers improved fuel economy as compared todriving on hilly terrain.• Transmissions give their best fuel economy when operat

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Illumination of the Service engine soon indicator, charging systemwarning light or the temperature warning light, fluid leaks, strange odors,smoke or

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electrical system dry out. After three driving cycles without these or anyother temporary malfunctions present, the Service engine soonindicator shoul

Page 266 - Roadside Emergencies

Allow the vehicle to sit for at least eight hours without starting theengine. Then, start the engine and complete the above driving cycle. Theengine m

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BRAKE FLUIDThe fluid level will drop slowly asthe brakes wear, and will rise whenthe brake components are replaced.Fluid levels between the “MIN” and“

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Audiophile AM/FM in-dash six CD/MP3 satellite compatible soundsystem (if equipped)WARNING: Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehiclecontr

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TRANSFER CASE FLUID (IF EQUIPPED)1. Clean the filler plug.2. Remove the filler plug andinspect the fluid level.3. Add only enough fluid throughthe fil

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WARNING: To reduce the risk of vehicle damage and/orpersonal burn injuries do not start your engine with the aircleaner removed and do not remove it w

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MOTORCRAFT PART NUMBERSComponent 4.0L SOHC V6 engine 4.6L 3V V8 engineAir filter element FA-1695 FA-1780Fuel filter FG-1083 FG-1083Battery BXT-65-650

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MAINTENANCE PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS AND CAPACITIESItem CapacityFord Part Name orequivalentFord Part Number /Ford SpecificationBrake fluidBetween MINand

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Item CapacityFord Part Name orequivalentFord Part Number /Ford SpecificationEngine oil 4.0L engine 5.0 quarts (4.7L)Motorcraft SAE 5W-30Premium Synthe

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Item CapacityFord Part Name orequivalentFord Part Number /Ford SpecificationPower steering fluidFill between theMIN and MAXlines onreservoirMotorcraft

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ENGINE DATAEngine 4.0L SOHC V6engine4.6L 3V V8engineCubic inches 245 281Required fuel 87 octane 87 octaneFiring order 1-4-2-5-3-6 1-3-7-2-6-5-4-8Ignit

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IDENTIFYING YOUR VEHICLESafety Compliance Certification LabelThe National Highway Traffic SafetyAdministration Regulations requirethat a Safety Compli

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The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) contains the followinginformation:1. World manufacturer identifier2. Brake system / Gross VehicleWeight Rating

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GENUINE FORD ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR VEHICLEA wide selection of Genuine Ford Accessories are available for yourvehicle through your local Ford or Ford of

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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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Roof rail cross barsTrailer hitch drawbars, wiring harnesses and accessoriesTripTunes™ Advanced portable audio connectionPeace of mindMobile-Ease™ han

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AAccessory delay ...74AdvanceTrac ...239Air cleaner filter ...340–342Air conditioning ..

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Child safety seats - boosterseats ...190Cleaning your vehicleengine compartment ...302instrument pa

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Engine oil ...313checking and adding ...313dipstick ...313filter, specifica

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Inspection/maintenance (I/M)testing ...337Instrument panelcleaning ...304cluster

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Pedals (see Power adjustablefoot pedals) ...78Power adjustable foot pedals ...78Power distribution box(see Fuses) ...

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jump starting ...285Steering wheelcontrols ...81tilting ...

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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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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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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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CONGRATULATIONSCongratulations on acquiring your new Ford. Please take the time to getwell acquainted with your vehicle by reading this handbook. The

Page 292 - Customer Assistance

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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Satellite radio is available only with a valid SIRIUS radiosubscription. Check with your authorized dealer for availability.In TEXT MODE, sometimes th

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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

Page 295

2. An audio extension cable with stereo male 1/8 in. (3.5 mm)connectors at each endTo play your portable music player using the auxiliary input jack:1

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moving. Also, the portable music player should be stored in a securelocation, such as the center console or the glove box, when the vehicle isin motio

Page 297

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

Page 300 - Cleaning

• 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 for theselected channel.No action required.This m

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SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT PROTECTIONWarning symbols in this guideHow can you reduce the risk of personal injury to yourself or others? Inthis guide, answ

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Radio Display Condition Action RequiredNO TEXT Category informationnot available.Category informationnot available at thistime on this channel.The sys

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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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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

Page 309

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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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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Fog lamp controlThe fog lamps can be turned ononly when the headlamp control isin the, or position andthe high beams are not turned on.Pull headlamp c

Page 312

Flash to passPull the lever toward you toactivate. Release the lever todeactivate.PANEL DIMMER CONTROLUse to adjust the brightness of theinstrument pa

Page 313

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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To adjust the headlamps:1. Park your vehicle on a level surface about 25 feet (7.6 meters) awayfrom a vertical plain surface (3). Check your headlamp

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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

Page 316

Examples of acceptable condensation are:• Presence of thin mist (no streaks, drip marks or droplets)• Fine mist covers less than 50% of the lensExampl

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Function Number of bulbs Trade numberFront door courtesylamp1168Map lamps 2 168 (T10)Ashtray lamp 1 161Visor vanity lamp -Slide on rail system(SOR)2A6

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3. Disconnect the electricalconnector.4. Remove the old bulb by turningcounterclockwise and pull it out.WARNING: Handle a halogen headlamp bulb carefu

Page 319

Replacing tail/brake/turn/backup lamp bulbs1. Turn the headlamp switch off andopen the tailgate.2. Remove the two bolts from thelamp assembly.3. Remov

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Replacing license plate lamp bulbsThe license plate bulbs are locatedbehind the rear bumper. To changethe license plate lamp bulbs:1. Reach behind the

Page 321

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

Page 322

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

Page 323

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

Page 324

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

Page 325

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

Page 326

AUXILIARY POWER POINTS (12VDC)Power outlets are designed for accessory plugs only. Do not insertany other object in the power outlet as this will dama

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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

Page 328

POWER WINDOWSWARNING: Do not leave children unattended in the vehicle anddo not let children play with the power windows. They mayseriously injure the

Page 329

To operate ONE TOUCH UP:• Pull the switch completely up tothe second detent and releasequickly. The window will closefully. Momentarily press theswitc

Page 330

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 toward the fully closed position and anobstacle interferes with the window’s movement, the back window willr

Page 332

mirror detects bright light from behind the vehicle, it will automaticallyadjust (darken) to minimize glare.Without microphoneWith microphoneThe mirro

Page 333

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

Page 334

WARNING: Never adjust the accelerator and brake pedal withfeet on the pedals while the vehicle is moving.SPEED CONTROLWith speed control set, you can

Page 335

Notice to owners of pickup trucks and utility type vehiclesWARNING: Utility vehicles have a significantly higher rolloverrate than other types of vehi

Page 336

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

Page 337

Turning off speed controlThere are two ways to turn off the speed control:• Depress the brake pedal. This will not erase your vehicle’s previouslyset

Page 338

In CD or USB mode (if equipped):• PressSEEK to select the next selection on the CD/USBor press and hold to forward or reverse through the CD/USB.In an

Page 339

For further information on the SYNC system, refer to the SYNCsupplement.Navigation system/SYNC handsfree control features(if equipped)Press VOICE brie

Page 340

To open the moon roof: Press andrelease the SLIDE control, the moonroof will open automatically. Pressthe switch again to stop the moonroof.To close t

Page 341

Selectable featuresPress and release theSELECT/RESET control switch toscroll and reset the followingfunctions. Select or reset thefunction by holding

Page 342

Average fuel economy (AFE)Select this function to display youraverage fuel economy in miles/gallonor liters/km.If you calculate your average fuelecono

Page 343

• Compass display• Compass zone adjustment• Compass calibration adjustmentBriefly press the SELECT/RESET control switch to scroll through theSETUP MEN

Page 344

4. DOOR AJAR5. EXTERIOR LAMP6. BRAKE FLUID LEVEL7. PARK BRAKE8. MILES TO EMPTY9. FUEL LEVEL LOW (will only display if 50 miles or less to empty)Units

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1. To change the time delay of theautolamp feature, select thisfunction from the SETUP MENU.2. Press and hold theSELECT/RESET control switch toselect

Page 346

Cell phone useThe use of Mobile Communications Equipment has become increasinglyimportant in the conduct of business and personal affairs. However,dri


1. To disable/enable the reversesensing system feature with thevehicle in P (Park), select thisfunction from the SETUP MENU orput the vehicle in R (Re

Page 348

3. Once “OIL LIFE SET TO 100%” isdisplayed, release, press and holdthe SELECT/RESET control switchfor more than two seconds tochange the Oil Life Star

Page 349 - Accessories

Compass zone adjustment (if equipped)1. Determine which magnetic zoneyou are in for your geographiclocation by referring to the zonemap.2. Turn igniti

Page 350

1. Start the vehicle.2. Locate the reset button on the compass sensor mounted on the baseof mirror.3. To calibrate, press and hold thereset button on

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Warning display StatusDoor ajar Warning cannot be resetFuel level low Warning returns after 10 minutesPark brake engagedCheck brake systemCheck park a

Page 352

FUEL LEVEL LOW — Displayed as an early reminder of a low fuelcondition.PARK BRAKE ENGAGED — Displayed when the manual park brake isset, the engine is

Page 353

OIL LIFE CHANGE SOON — Displayed when the engine oil lifereaches 5% or less of the Oil Life Start Value.OIL CHANGE REQUIRED — Displayed when the engin

Page 354

OPTIONAL MESSAGE CENTER (IF EQUIPPED)With the ignition in the on position,the message center, located on yourinstrument cluster, displaysimportant veh

Page 355

Info menuThe Info menu items are shown onthe top two lines of the messagecenter. Press the INFO control todisplay the following:• Trip odometer (Trip

Page 356

Average fuel economy (AFE)Select this function from the INFOmenu to display your average fueleconomy in miles/gallon or liters/km.If you calculate you

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