Chevrolet 2006 Avalanche Handbücher

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Chevrolet 2006 Avalanche Spezifikationen (522 Seiten)


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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Canadian Owners

2

How to Use This Manual

2

Vehicle Damage Warnings

4

Vehicle Symbols

4

Front Seats

8

Power Lumbar

9

Heated Seats

10

Rear Seats

13

Why Safety Belts Work

16

Questions and Answers About

19

Safety Belts

19

Driver Position

20

Lap Belt

29

Rear Seat Passengers

30

Lap-Shoulder Belt

31

Child Restraints

36

Child Restraint Systems

42

Lower Anchors and Tethers for

47

Children (LATCH)

47

Top Tether Anchor

48

Locations

49

Seat Position

52

Airbag System

58

Where Are the Airbags?

61

When Should an Airbag Inflate?

64

What Makes an Airbag Inflate?

65

How Does an Airbag Restrain?

65

Passenger Sensing System

67

Adding Equipment to Your

72

Airbag-Equipped Vehicle

72

Restraint System Check

73

Remote Keyless Entry System

78

Resynchronization

81

Power Door Locks

83

Delayed Locking

83

Programmable Automatic Door

84

Rear Door Security Locks

84

Lockout Protection

84

Reinstalling the Rear Glass

90

Tailgate

94

Tailgate Removal

95

Power Windows

97

Theft-Deterrent Systems

98

Testing the Alarm

99

Starting and Operating Your

100

Ignition Positions

101

Starting the Engine

102

Engine Coolant Heater

103

{CAUTION:

104

Tow/Haul Mode

107

Four-Wheel Drive

108

Shifting Into Four-Wheel Low

110

Shifting into NEUTRAL

111

Shifting Out of NEUTRAL

111

Parking Brake

112

Compass Operation

118

Compass Calibration

118

Compass Variance

118

, Compass and

119

Temperature Display

119

Outside Camper-Type Mirrors

126

Outside Power Mirrors

127

Services

130

Directions and Connections

130

Personal Calling

131

Steering Wheel Controls

131

Universal Home Remote

132

Universal Home Remote System

133

Operation

133

Gate Operator and Canadian

135

Programming

135

Using Universal Home Remote

135

Erasing Universal Home Remote

135

Storage Areas

136

Front Armrest Storage Area

137

Center Console Storage Area

137

Luggage Carrier

137

Cargo Panel Storage System

141

Panels 3, 2, 1 Loaded

145

Folding and Storage of Straps

149

All-Weather Cargo Area

151

Maintenance and Cleaning

152

Cleaning

153

Side Rail Channels

154

Top-Box Storage

156

Removing the Tonneau Cover

158

Removing the Front/Rear Rails

161

• When placing the bows

163

Vehicle Personalization

164

Easy Exit Seat

165

Section 3 Instrument Panel

167

Instrument Panel Overview

170

Hazard Warning Flashers

172

Other Warning Devices

172

Tilt Wheel

173

Turn and Lane-Change Signals

174

Flash-to-Pass

175

Windshield Wipers

175

Exterior Lamps

180

Headlamps on Reminder

181

Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)

181

Automatic Headlamp System

181

Fog Lamps

182

Auxiliary Roof Mounted Lamp

183

Exterior Cargo Lamps

183

Instrument Panel Brightness

183

Dome Lamps

184

Dome Lamp Override

184

Entry/Exit Lighting

184

Reading Lamps

184

Battery Run-Down Protection

184

Accessory Power Outlet(s)

185

Climate Controls

186

Defogging and Defrosting

187

Rear Window Defogger

188

Automatic Operation

190

Manual Operation

191

Outlet Adjustment

193

Warning Lights, Gages, and

194

Indicators

194

Instrument Panel Cluster

195

Speedometer and Odometer

196

Trip Odometer

196

Tachometer

196

Safety Belt Reminder Light

196

Charging System Light

200

Voltmeter Gage

200

Brake System Warning Light

201

Traction Off Light

203

Transmission Temperature Gage

204

Malfunction Indicator Lamp

206

If the Light is Flashing

207

If the Light Is On Steady

207

Oil Pressure Gage

208

Highbeam On Light

210

Tow/Haul Mode Light

210

Cargo Lamp Light

210

Cruise Control Light

210

Fuel Gage

211

Low Fuel Warning Light

211

DIC Operation and Displays

213

Fuel Information Button

214

Customization Button

215

Select Button

215

DIC Warnings and Messages

216

BUCKLE SEATBELT

217

CHANGE ENGINE OIL

217

CHARGING SYSTEM FAILURE

217

CHECK OIL LEVEL

218

CHECK TIRE PRESSURE

218

CHECK WASHER FLUID

218

DRIVER DOOR AJAR

218

ENGINE COOLANT HOT

219

ENGINE OVERHEATED

219

FUEL LEVEL LOW

219

KEYFOB X BATTERY LOW

219

LEFT REAR DOOR AJAR

220

LOW COOLANT LEVEL

220

OIL LIFE RESET

220

OIL PRESSURE LOW

220

PASSENGER DOOR AJAR

221

REDUCED ENGINE POWER

221

RIGHT REAR DOOR AJAR

221

SERVICE AIR BAG

222

SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM

222

SERVICE CHARGING SYSTEM

222

SERVICE STABILITY

222

SERVICE TIRE MONITOR

223

STABILITY SYS (System) ACTIVE

223

TIGHTEN FUEL CAP

224

TRACTION ACTIVE

224

TRACTION SYS (System) LIMITED

224

TRANS (Transmission) HOT IDLE

224

TRANSMISSION HOT

225

TURN SIGNAL ON

225

DIC Vehicle Customization

226

Door Lock Delay

227

Lock Feedback

227

Perimeter Lights

229

Curb View

230

Alarm Warning

230

Setting the Time

233

Radio with CD

234

XM™ Satellite Radio Service

235

Playing the Radio

235

Finding a Station

236

Setting Preset Stations

236

(RDS and XM™)

238

RDS Messages

239

Radio Messages

239

XM™ Radio Messages

240

XM™ Radio Messages (cont’d)

241

Playing a CD

242

Radio with Six-Disc CD

244

Radio Data System (RDS)

245

Playing a Specific Loaded CD

254

Using Song List Mode

256

CD Messages

258

Listening to a DVD

258

Navigation/Radio System

259

Stereo RCA Jacks

260

Audio Output

261

Video Screen

262

DVD Player

262

DVD Player Buttons

263

Remote Control

264

Remote Control Buttons

265

Battery Replacement

267

DVD Messages

269

Rear Seat Audio (RSA)

270

Theft-Deterrent Feature

271

Audio Steering Wheel Controls

272

Radio Reception

273

Care of Your CDs and DVDs

273

Care of the CD and DVD Player

274

Fixed Mast Antenna

274

XM™ Satellite Radio Antenna

274

Chime Level Adjustment

274

Drunken Driving

277

Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS)

281

Braking in Emergencies

282

Locking Rear Axle

283

StabiliTrak

283

Traction Control Operation

284

Steering

286

Steering in Emergencies

287

Off-Road Recovery

288

Loss of Control

290

Off-Road Driving

291

Environmental Concerns

293

Traveling to Remote Areas

293

• Is the path ahead clear?

295

Driving at Night

304

City Driving

308

Freeway Driving

309

Before Leaving on a Long Trip

310

Highway Hypnosis

311

Winter Driving

314

Certification/Tire Label

323

Adding a Snow Plow or Similar

326

Equipment

326

Towing Your Vehicle

331

Recreational Vehicle Towing

331

Dinghy Towing

332

Weight of the Trailer

339

Weight of the Trailer Tongue

340

Safety Chains

343

Trailer Brakes

343

Driving with a Trailer

344

Following Distance

344

Backing Up

344

Making Turns

345

Driving On Grades

345

Parking on a Hill

347

Trailer Wiring Harness

347

Trailer Recommendations

349

Accessories and Modifications

353

Gasoline Octane

355

Gasoline Specifications

355

California Fuel

356

Additives

356

Fuel E85 (85% Ethanol)

357

Fuels in Foreign Countries

358

Hood Release

362

Engine Compartment Overview

364

Engine Oil

367

When to Add Engine Oil

368

• GM6094M

369

• SAE 5W-30

369

Engine Oil Life System

370

What to Do with Used Oil

371

Engine Air Cleaner/Filter

372

How to Inspect the Engine Air

373

Cleaner/Filter

373

Automatic Transmission Fluid

375

Checking the Fluid Level

376

Consistency of Readings

377

Overheated Engine Protection

382

Operating Mode

382

Cooling System

382

Engine Fan Noise

387

Power Steering Fluid

388

Windshield Washer Fluid

389

Rear Axle

399

Front Axle

401

Headlamps

403

Parking Lamps

405

Daytime Running Lamps

406

Replacement Bulbs

410

Windshield Wiper Blade

411

Replacement

411

Tire Sidewall Labeling

413

Tire Size

415

Inflation - Tire Pressure

418

When to Check

419

How to Check

419

Tire Pressure Monitor System

420

Tire Inspection and Rotation

423

When It Is Time for New Tires

425

Uniform Tire Quality Grading

428

Wheel Replacement

429

Removing the Flat Tire and

438

Installing the Spare Tire

438

Spare Tire

452

Appearance Care

453

Fabric/Carpet

454

Plastic Surfaces

455

Finish Care

457

Windshield and Wiper Blades

457

Sheet Metal Damage

459

Finish Damage

459

Underbody Maintenance

459

Chemical Paint Spotting

459

Vehicle Identification

461

Electrical System

461

Windshield Wiper Fuses

462

Power Windows and Other Power

462

Fuses and Circuit Breakers

462

Instrument Panel Fuse Block

462

Underhood Fuse Block

465

Capacities and Specifications

470

Engine Specifications

471

Maintenance Schedule

474

Scheduled Maintenance

476

Additional Required Services

478

Maintenance Footnotes

479

Owner Checks and Services

481

At Each Fuel Fill

481

Recommended Fluids and

485

Lubricants

485

Engine Drive Belt Routing

488

Maintenance Record

489

Maintenance Record (cont’d)

490

Customer Assistance and

494

Information

494

Online Owner Center

495

Customer Assistance for Text

496

Telephone (TTY) Users

496

Customer Assistance Offices

496

GM Mobility Reimbursement

497

Roadside Assistance Program

498

Courtesy Transportation

499

Transportation Options

500

Data Recorders

501

Collision Damage Repair

502

Repair Facility

503

Insuring Your Vehicle

503

If an Accident Occurs

504

Reporting Safety Defects

506

Service Publications Ordering

507

Owner’s Information

508





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