Chevrolet 2001 Tahoe Handbücher

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Chevrolet 2001 Tahoe Bedienungshandbuch (419 Seiten)


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Inhaltsverzeichnis

1-800-CHEV-USA

2

Owner's Manual

3

Table of Contents

4

Problems on the Road

5

Your Driving and the Road

5

Maintenance Schedule

6

Service and Appearance Care

6

French Language Manual:

8

How to Use this Manual

9

Safety Warnings and Symbols

9

Vehicle Damage Warnings

10

Vehicle Symbols

11

Model Reference

12

Service Station Guide

13

Seats and Seat Controls

15

Power Seat(s) (If Equipped)

17

Memory Seat (If Equipped)

18

Reclining Seatbacks

19

Rear Seats

22

Why Safety Belts Work

30

-- and the Answers

33

Driver Position

34

Q: What’s wrong with this?

36

-shoulder belt, and

40

Air Bag Systems

41

How the Air Bag Systems Work

44

-frontal collisions for

47

-- will be hot for a short

47

Lap Belt

50

Rear Seat Passengers

51

-Shoulder Belt

52

-shoulder

52

Children and Small Adults

55

Third Row Seat

56

Second Row Seat

57

Children

58

Top Strap

66

-facing child

66

Outside Seat Position

69

-facing child restraint, you

70

Seat Position

70

Front Seat Position

72

Older Children

75

Safety Belt Extender

78

After a Crash

78

Power Windows (If Equipped)

81

Door Locks

83

Power Door Locks

84

-Deterrent” in the Index

85

Lockout Prevention

86

-210 of Industry Canada

87

Operation

87

Battery Replacement

88

Resynchronization

89

Liftgate Caution

90

Content Theft-Deterrent

92

Passlock

93

New Vehicle “Break-In”

94

Ignition Positions

94

Starting Your Engine

95

-18 C), do this:

96

Tow/Haul Mode Selector Switch

101

CAUTION:

102

-wheel drive

103

Parking Brake

106

Shifting Into PARK (P)

107

Shifting Out of PARK (P)

110

Parking Over Things That Burn

110

Engine Exhaust

111

Running Your Engine While

111

You’re Parked

111

Locking Rear Axle

113

Tilt Wheel

114

-out bulbs and a blown

115

Exterior Lamps

121

Automatic Headlamp System

122

Lamps On Reminder

122

Daytime Running Lamps

122

Interior Lamps

125

Dome Lamps

126

Battery Run-Down Protection

126

(If Equipped)

127

Storage Compartments

131

Armrest Storage Compartment

132

Rear Storage Compartment

132

Cargo Tie Downs

134

Convenience Net (If Equipped)

134

Luggage Carrier (If Equipped)

134

-Mounted

135

Front Ashtray

136

Sun Visors

137

Sunroof (If Equipped)

138

OnStar System (If Equipped)

141

- Your Information System

144

Instrument Panel Cluster

146

Speedometer and Odometer

147

Tachometer

147

-- and even

148

Safety Belt Reminder Light

148

Voltmeter

150

-- An emission control system

157

-up, stalling when you put

158

Cruise Light (If Equipped)

161

Tow/Haul Light

161

Message Center

162

Trans Fluid Hot

163

Trans Hot...Idle Engine

164

-temperature

164

Low Coolant

165

Check Coolant Temp

165

Engine Overheated

165

Reduced Engine Power

166

Check Eng Oil Pressure

166

Check Eng Oil Level

166

Change Engine Oil

167

Security

167

-deterrent system

167

Service 4WD (If Equipped)

167

Low Washer Fluid

168

Service Ride Control

168

Cargo Door Ajar

168

Low Fuel

168

Comfort Controls

170

Controls (If Equipped)

171

- Automatic Operation

174

-level mode)

174

- Manual Operation

175

Air Conditioning

179

Ventilation System

181

-to-side or up

182

Audio Systems

183

-FM to select the band

184

-P6) for several seconds

189

-FM button

195

-FM Stereo Audio Compact Disc

197

-FM button to switch from the

198

Understanding Radio Reception

201

Tips About Your Audio System

201

-way radio -- be sure you

201

-abrasive cleaning

202

Defensive Driving

205

Drunken Driving

206

Control of a Vehicle

209

-engage the cruise control

213

-Lock Brake System

213

Steering

214

Off-Road Recovery

216

-- the head-on collision

217

Loss of Control

218

Off-Road Driving with Your

219

Wheel-Drive Vehicle

219

Driving at Night

234

City Driving

238

Freeway Driving

239

Before Leaving on a Long Trip

240

Highway Hypnosis

241

Hill and Mountain Roads

241

Winter Driving

243

Recreational Vehicle Towing

247

Loading Your Vehicle

249

-Road Driving” in the Index

252

Trailer Recommendations

252

-distributing hitch

252

Towing a Trailer

253

Weight of the Trailer

255

-duty trailering

255

-2500 models with the

255

-1500 (2WD)*

256

-1500 (4WD)*

256

-2500 LD (2WD)*

257

-2500 HD (4WD)*

257

Weight of the Trailer Tongue

258

Following Distance

261

Backing Up

261

Making Turns

262

Driving On Grades

262

Parking on a Hill

264

-duty trailer

267

Power Winches

267

Step-Bumper Pad

267

Hazard Warning Flashers

269

Other Warning Devices

269

Jump Starting

270

-) cable from the

274

Towing Your Vehicle

275

Engine Overheating

275

-speed driving

277

-- DRIVE (D)

277

Cooling System

278

Engine Fan Noise

284

If a Tire Goes Flat

284

Changing a Flat Tire

285

-mounted spare tire

287

Spare Tire

291

Ice or Snow

301

Using the Recovery Hooks

302

Doing Your Own Service Work

305

-Equipped Vehicle” in the

305

-check test. See “Malfunction

307

-enhancing additive

307

Fuels in Foreign Countries

308

Filling Your Tank

308

Hood Release

312

Engine Compartment Overview

313

-) Terminal (GND)

314

Noise Control System

316

Engine Oil

317

When to Add Engine Oil

318

Engine Air Cleaner/Filter

321

Automatic Transmission Fluid

324

How to Check

325

-- especially in hot weather

325

Rear Axle

328

Four-Wheel Drive

328

Front Axle

329

Engine Coolant

330

Power Steering Fluid

333

What to Use

334

Windshield Washer Fluid

335

Bulb Replacement

340

Headlamps

341

-Beam Headlamp

341

Roof Marker Lamps

343

3. Put a new bulb into

344

Taillamps

345

-up Lamp

345

Inflation -- Tire Pressure

348

-type gage to check tire

349

Tire Inspection and Rotation

349

-- A, B, C

353

Wheel Replacement

353

Tire Chains

355

Appearance Care

356

Care of Safety Belts

358

Cleaning Glass Surfaces

359

Backglass and Wiper Blades

359

Weatherstrips

359

Cleaning Aluminum or

361

Plated Wheels (If Equipped)

361

Cleaning Tires

362

Sheet Metal Damage

362

Finish Damage

362

Underbody Maintenance

363

Chemical Paint Spotting

363

Engine Identification

365

Electrical System

366

-Wheel Drive System

368

-Lock Brakes

372

Replacement Bulbs*

374

Capacities and Specifications

375

Cooling System Capacity

376

Normal Maintenance

377

Replacement Parts

377

Introduction

380

Part A: Scheduled

382

Maintenance Services

382

Scheduled Maintenance

383

7,500 Miles (12 500 km)

387

15,000 Miles (25 000 km)

387

22,500 Miles (37 500 km)

388

30,000 Miles (50 000 km)

388

37,500 Miles (62 500 km)

388

45,000 Miles (75 000 km)

389

50,000 Miles (83 000 km)

389

52,500 Miles (87 500 km)

390

60,000 Miles (100 000 km)

390

67,500 Miles (112 500 km)

391

75,000 Miles (125 000 km)

391

82,500 Miles (137 500 km)

392

90,000 Miles (150 000 km)

392

97,500 Miles (162 500 km)

392

100,000 Miles (166 000 km)

393

150,000 Miles (240 000 km)

394

At Each Fuel Fill

395

At Least Once a Month

395

At Least Twice a Year

396

Part C: Periodic

400

Maintenance Inspections

400

Part D: Recommended Fluids

402

-Purpose Lubricant

404

Part E: Maintenance Record

405

Maintenance Record

405

ODOMETER

406

Customer Assistance for Text

410

Telephone (TTY) Users

410

Customer Assistance Offices

410

(243-8872)

410

Canadian Roadside Assistance

413

Courtesy Transportation

414

Warranty Information

415

REPORTING SAFETY

416

DEFECTS TO THE UNITED

416

STATES GOVERNMENT

416

REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS TO

416

THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT

416

REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS

417

TO GENERAL MOTORS

417

Ordering Owner Publications

417





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