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Seats and Restraint Systems
........................... 1-1
Front Seats
............................................... 1-2
Rear Seats
............................................... 1-6
Safety Belts
............................................. 1-23
Child Restraints
....................................... 1-42
Airbag System
......................................... 1-77
Restraint System Check
............................ 1-91
Features and Controls
..................................... 2-1
Keys
........................................................ 2-3
Doors and Locks
...................................... 2-10
Windows
................................................. 2-24
Theft-Deterrent Systems
............................ 2-27
Starting and Operating Your Vehicle
........... 2-31
Mirrors
.................................................... 2-43
Object Detection Systems
.......................... 2-44
OnStar
®
System
...................................... 2-47
Universal Home Remote System
................ 2-51
Storage Areas
......................................... 2-56
Instrument Panel
............................................. 3-1
Instrument Panel Overview
.......................... 3-4
Climate Controls
...................................... 3-24
Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators
........ 3-34
Driver Information Center (DIC)
.................. 3-50
Audio System(s)
....................................... 3-84
Driving Your Vehicle
....................................... 4-1
Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle
..... 4-2
Towing
................................................... 4-27
Service and Appearance Care
.......................... 5-1
Service
..................................................... 5-3
Fuel
......................................................... 5-5
Checking Things Under the Hood
............... 5-10
Headlamp Aiming
..................................... 5-41
Bulb Replacement
.................................... 5-42
Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement
......... 5-47
Tires
...................................................... 5-48
Appearance Care
..................................... 5-90
Vehicle Identification
................................. 5-98
Electrical System
...................................... 5-99
Capacities and Specifications
................... 5-105
Maintenance Schedule
..................................... 6-1
Maintenance Schedule
................................ 6-2
Customer Assistance Information
.................... 7-1
Customer Assistance and Information
........... 7-2
Reporting Safety Defects
........................... 7-14
Vehicle Data Recording and Privacy
........... 7-16
Index
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2008 Chevrolet Uplander Owner Manual M
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Seats and Restraint Systems... 1-1Front Seats... 1-2Rear Seats...

Seite 2 - Using this Manual

Head RestraintsAdjust the head restraint so that the top of the restraintis at the same height as the top of the occupant’shead. This position reduces

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Any new PASS-Key®III key must be programmedbefore it will start your vehicle. See PASS-Key®III onpage 2-29 for more information on programmingyour new

Seite 4 - Vehicle Symbols

Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)System OperationYou can lock and unlock the vehicle’s doors and theliftgate using the Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)transmitter

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When you use your RKE transmitter to unlock yourvehicle the turn signal lamps will flash to let you knowthe command was received.L (Remote Alarm): When

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Matching Transmitter(s) to YourVehicleEach RKE transmitter is coded to prevent anothertransmitter from unlocking your vehicle. If a transmitter islost

Seite 7 - Heated Seats

Remote Vehicle StartThis feature allows you to start the engine from outsidethe vehicle. It may also turn the rear window defoggerif the outside tempe

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After your vehicle’s engine has been started two timesusing the remote start button, the vehicle’s ignitionswitch must be turned to ON/RUN and then ba

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Doors and LocksDoor Locks{CAUTION:Unlocked doors can be dangerous.• Passengers, especially children, can easilyopen the doors and fall out of a moving

Seite 10 - Rear Seats

From the inside, use the manual or power door locks.To unlock either front door from the inside, pull back onthe manual lever. To lock either front do

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Delayed LockingThis feature allows the locking of the vehicle to bedelayed until all doors have been closed forapproximately five seconds.To activate t

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Programmable Automatic DoorUnlockYour vehicle was programmed so that all doors willunlock automatically when the shift lever is moved intoPARK (P).To

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Fold and Tumble Feature{CAUTION:Using the third row seating position while thesecond row is folded, or folded and tumbled,could cause injury in a sudd

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Sliding Door Lock{CAUTION:If your vehicle is facing downward on a steepgrade (15 percent or more), the door may notstay open and could slam shut, poss

Seite 15 - Removing the Bucket Seats

Lock either sliding door from inside the vehicle bymoving the manual lever down. Unlock it by moving thelever up.With the power door locks, the slidin

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If your vehicle has power sliding door(s), you canprevent power opening of the sliding door from thepassenger power sliding door (PSD) activation swit

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Power Sliding Door (PSD) SwitchesYour vehicle will have one of the following switch(es)located on the overhead console switchbank.If your vehicle has

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Your vehicle also haspassenger power slidingdoor activation switch(es).If you have a single PSD, this switch is located in frontof the passenger side

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If a power sliding door is locked, it cannot be unlockedand opened using the overhead console PSDswitch(es) or the passenger PSD activation switch(es)

Seite 20 - Removing a Captain Chair

If an object obstructs the power sliding door(s) while it isclosing, the door will automatically reverse to theopen position, provided it meets suffic

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{CAUTION:If your vehicle is facing downward on a steepgrade (15 percent or more), the door may notstay open and could slam shut, possiblyinjuring some

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If any of these conditions occur, the power sliding doormay need to be reset. If your vehicle has the dualpower sliding doors, both doors will have to

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{CAUTION:It can be dangerous to drive with the liftgateopen because carbon monoxide (CO) gas cancome into your vehicle. You cannot see orsmell CO. It

Seite 24 - Removing the Third Row Seat

4. Release the rear set ofseat hooks from thefloor pins by pulling thenylon strap, locatedat the base of the seat.Use the strap toguide the seat forwar

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Windows{CAUTION:Leaving children, helpless adults, or pets in avehicle with the windows closed is dangerous.They can be overcome by the extreme heatan

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Power Windows{CAUTION:Leaving children, helpless adults, or pets in avehicle with the windows closed is dangerous.They can be overcome from extreme he

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Manual Rear Quarter WindowsYour vehicle may have manual rear quarter windows.To open, pull the latchforward to release it, thenswing the windowoutward

Seite 28 - Why Safety Belts Work

Sun VisorsTo block out glare, swing down the sun visors. You canalso remove them from the center mount and swingthem to the side. The sun visors can a

Seite 29 - The rider does not stop

Arming with the Power Lock SwitchYour alarm system will arm when the key is removedfrom the ignition and you use the driver’s powerdoor lock switch, w

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Disarming with Your KeyYour alarm system will disarm when you use your keyto unlock the driver’s door. The security light willstop flashing to let you

Seite 31 - Safety Belts

If the engine still does not start, and the key appears tobe undamaged, try another ignition key. If the enginestill does not start with the other key

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Starting and Operating YourVehicleNew Vehicle Break-InNotice: Your vehicle does not need an elaboratebreak-in. But it will perform better in the long

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B (ACC/ACCESSORY): This is the position in whichyou can operate the electrical accessories, such as theradio.C (ON/RUN): This is the position to which

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Starting Procedure1. With your foot off the accelerator pedal, turn theignition key to START. When the engine starts,let go of the key. The idle speed

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Adjusting the Bucket Seats Forwardand RearwardThere are two adjustment levers on the second rowbucket seats that enable them to move forward orrearwar

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Engine Coolant HeaterThe engine coolant heater, if available, can help in coldweather conditions at or below 0°F (−18°C) for easierstarting and better

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Automatic Transmission OperationMaximum engine speed is limited when you are inPARK (P) or NEUTRAL (N), to protect drivelinecomponents from improper o

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REVERSE (R): Use this gear to back up.Notice: Shifting to REVERSE (R) while your vehicleis moving forward could damage the transmission.The repairs wo

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Warm-Up ShiftYour vehicle has a computer controlled transmissiondesigned to warm up the engine faster when the outsidetemperature is 35°F (2°C) or col

Seite 40 - Lap-Shoulder Belt

Parking BrakeThe parking brake islocated under theinstrument panel on thedriver’s side of the vehicle.To set the parking brake, hold the regular brake

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3. Turn the ignition key to LOCK/OFF.4. Remove the key and take it with you. If you canleave your vehicle with the ignition key in yourhand, your vehi

Seite 42 - Safety Belt Pretensioners

Shifting Out of PARK (P)This vehicle is equipped with an electronic shift lockrelease system. The shift lock release is designed to:• Prevent ignition

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Engine Exhaust{CAUTION:Engine exhaust can kill. It contains the gascarbon monoxide (CO), which you cannot seeor smell. It can cause unconsciousness an

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Running the Engine While ParkedIt is better not to park with the engine running. But if youever have to, here are some things to know.{CAUTION:Idling

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MirrorsManual Rearview MirrorWhen you are sitting in a comfortable driving position,adjust the mirror so you can see clearly behind yourvehicle. Hold

Seite 46 - Child Restraints

Folding or Reclining the SeatbacksThe seatback on a bucket seat can either be foldedforward or reclined using the nylon strap or therecline lever.To f

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Outside Convex Mirror{CAUTION:A convex mirror can make things (like othervehicles) look farther away than they really are.If you cut too sharply into

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{CAUTION:The Ultrasonic Rear Parking Assist (URPA)system does not replace driver vision.It cannot detect:• objects that are below the bumper,underneat

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How the System WorksURPA comes on automatically when the shift lever ismoved into REVERSE (R). The rear display will thenbriefly illuminate to let you

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When the System Does Not Seem toWork Properly• The driver disabled the system.• The ultrasonic sensors are not clean, a red URPAdisplay light may illu

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OnStar service is provided to you subject to the OnStarTerms and Conditions. You may cancel your OnStarservice at any time by contacting OnStar. A com

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OnStar Hands-Free CallingOnStar Hands-Free Calling allows eligible OnStarsubscribers to make and receive calls using voicecommands. Hands-Free Calling

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How OnStar Service WorksIn order to provide you with OnStar services, yourvehicle’s OnStar system has the capability of recordingand transmitting vehi

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Universal Home RemoteSystemUniversal Home Remote SystemThe Universal Home Remote System provides a way toreplace up to three hand-held Radio-Frequency

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Read the instructions completely before attempting toprogram the Universal Home Remote. Because ofthe steps involved, it may be helpful to have anothe

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Do not hold down the buttons for longer than30 seconds and do not repeat this step to programthe remaining two Universal Home Remotebuttons.2. Hold th

Seite 57 - Children (LATCH)

To recline the seatback, do the following:1. Pull the nylon strap or lift the recline lever.2. Press back on the seatback until it is in thedesired po

Seite 58 - Lower Anchors

6. After Steps 1 through 5 have been completed,locate inside the garage the garage door openerreceiver (motor-head unit). Locate the “Learn”or “Smart”

Seite 59 - Top Tether Anchor

Gate Operator and CanadianProgrammingIf you have questions or need help programming theUniversal Home Remote System, call 1-800-355-3515 orgo to www.h

Seite 60 - Locations

Reprogramming a Single UniversalHome Remote ButtonTo reprogram any of the three Universal Home Remotebuttons, repeat the programming instructions earl

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Overhead Console (With Rail)If your vehicle is equipped with an overhead console, itmay contain the following:• Reading lamps. See Front Reading Lamps

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4. Firmly press down making sure the latch is flat withthe ribs (A) on the storage bin.5. Switch hands and repeat Steps 2 through 4 for thelatch on the

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Floor Console Storage AreaYour vehicle may have a storage compartment locatedon the front console below the front cupholders. Pullup and then forward

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Replacing the Center Console{CAUTION:A second row center console that is not lockedinto place properly can move around in acrash or sudden stop. Peopl

Seite 65 - Rear Seat Position

Do not exceed the maximum vehicle capacity whenloading your vehicle. For more information on vehiclecapacity and loading, see Loading Your Vehicle onp

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Convenience Center{CAUTION:If any removable convenience item is notsecured properly, it can move around in acollision or sudden stop. People in the ve

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Replacing the Convenience Center1. Make sure the third row seat is properly installed inthe vehicle. See Third Row Seat on page 1-18 formore informati

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5. To release the front seat hooks from the floor pins,squeeze the angled bar, located beneath the seattoward the straight crossbar.6. Remove the seat

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✍ NOTES2-64

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Instrument Panel Overview ...3-4Hazard Warning Flashers ...3-6Other Warning Devices ...

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Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators ...3-34Instrument Panel Cluster ...3-35Speedometer and Odometer ...

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Instrument Panel Overview3-4

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The main components of the instrument panel are the following:A. Air Outlets. See Outlet Adjustment on page 3-30.B. Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever. S

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Hazard Warning FlashersThe hazard warning flashers let you warn the police andothers that you have a problem. The front and rearturn signal lamps will

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Turn Signal/Multifunction LeverThe lever on the left side of the steering columnincludes the following:• G Turn and Lane Change Signals. See Turn andL

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To signal a lane change, just raise or lower the leveruntil the arrow starts to flash. Hold it there until youcomplete your lane change. The lever will

Seite 78 - Child Restraint

Windshield WipersYou control the windshield wipers by turning the bandwith the wiper symbol on it.8(Mist): For a single wiping cycle, turn the band to

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To reinstall the bucket seats, do the following:1. With the seat folded, squeeze the angled barbeneath the seat toward the straight crossbar,while pla

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Rear Window Wiper/Washer{CAUTION:In freezing weather, do not use your washeruntil the windshield is warmed. Otherwise thewasher fluid can form ice on t

Seite 81 - Airbag System

If your vehicle has cruisecontrol, the lever is locatedbelow the windshieldwiper control on the rightside of the steering wheel.Q RES + (Resume/Accele

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Setting Cruise Control{CAUTION:If you leave your cruise control on when youare not using cruise, you might hit a buttonand go into cruise when you do

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Increasing Speed While Using CruiseControlThere are two ways to go to a higher speed:• Use the accelerator pedal to get to the higher speed.Push up on

Seite 84 - Where Are the Airbags?

Using Cruise Control on HillsHow well the cruise control will work on hills dependsupon the vehicle’s speed, its load, and the steepnessof the hills.

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AUTO (Automatic): Turn the control to this position toset your headlamps in automatic mode. AUTO mode,if enabled, will turn the exterior lamps on and

Seite 86 - When Should an Airbag Inflate?

Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)/Automatic Headlamp SystemDaytime Running Lamps (DRL) can make it easierfor others to see the front of your vehicle during

Seite 87 - How Does an Airbag Restrain?

Instrument Panel BrightnessThe knob to adjust theinstrument panel brightnessis located in the center ofthe interior lamp controls.Turn the knob clockw

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Dome LampThe dome lamp is located in the headliner and hastwo buttons to manually turn it on or off. The dome lampwill come on each time you open a do

Seite 89 - Passenger Sensing System

Exit LightingWith exit lighting, the interior lamps will come on forabout 25 seconds whenever you remove the key fromthe ignition. If you turn the ign

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5. Pull the nylon strap, located on the rear right handside of the seat, or lift the recline lever, locatedon the front right hand side of the seatbac

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Electric Power ManagementThe vehicle has Electric Power Management (EPM)that estimates the battery’s temperature and stateof charge. It then adjusts t

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Battery Run-Down ProtectionYour vehicle has a feature to help prevent you fromdraining the battery, in case you accidentally leave theinterior lamps o

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Accessory Power Outlet(s)The accessory power outlets can be used to plug inelectrical equipment such as a cellular telephone orCB radio.Your vehicle m

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Power Outlet 115 Volt AlternatingCurrentYour vehicle may have a power outlet that can be usedto plug in electrical equipment that uses a maximumlimit

Seite 95 - Restraint System Check

Cigarette LighterYour vehicle may have a cigarette lighter. To use thelighter, located on the instrument panel below theclimate controls, push it in a

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OperationTurn the right knob clockwise or counterclockwise todirect the airflow inside of your vehicle.To change the current mode, select one of the fo

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The air conditioning system removes moisture from theair, so you may sometimes notice a small amount ofwater dripping underneath your vehicle while id

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Rear Window DefoggerIf your vehicle has a rear window defogger a warminggrid is used to remove fog from the rear window.< REAR: Press this button t

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Temperature Control: Use the driver’s andpassenger’s levers to increase or decrease the airtemperature inside your vehicle.Turn the right knob clockwi

Seite 100 - Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

The air conditioning system removes moisture from theair, so you may sometimes notice a small amount ofwater dripping underneath your vehicle while id

Seite 101 - System Operation

Folding or Reclining the Seatbacks{CAUTION:If the seatback is not locked, it could moveforward in a sudden stop or crash. That couldcause injury to th

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Outlet AdjustmentUse the louvers located on the air outlets to change thedirection of the airflow.Use the thumbwheels on the driver side and passengers

Seite 103 - Battery Replacement

When the front climate control is in AUX and the rearclimate control fan or temperature button is pressed, thedisplay will show the same airflow modes

Seite 104 - Remote Vehicle Start

Rear Air OutletsThe outlet behind the driver side rear seat is for the coldair return. Be sure to keep it free from obstructions.Also, keep the area a

Seite 105 - Remote Start Ready

2. Then push the tab, located on the left of the inneraccess panel, to the right.3. The first air filter will pull straight out. To removethe second, re

Seite 106 - {CAUTION:

Warning Lights, Gages, andIndicatorsThis part describes the warning lights and gages thatmay be on your vehicle. The pictures will help youlocate them

Seite 107 - Power Door Locks

Instrument Panel ClusterYour instrument panel cluster is designed to let you know at a glance how your vehicle is running. You will knowhow fast you a

Seite 108 - Delayed Locking

Speedometer and OdometerYour speedometer lets you see your speed in bothmiles per hour (mph) and kilometers per hour (km/h).Your odometer shows how fa

Seite 109 - Dual Sliding Doors

Passenger Safety Belt Reminder LightSeveral seconds after the engine is started, a chime willsound for several seconds to remind the front passengerto

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If the airbag readiness light stays on after you start thevehicle or comes on when you are driving, your airbagsystem may not work properly. Have your

Seite 111 - Sliding Door Security Lock

{CAUTION:If the on indicator comes on when you have arear-facing child restraint installed in the rightfront passenger’s seat, it means that thepassen

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GENERAL MOTORS, GM, the GM Emblem,CHEVROLET, the CHEVROLET Emblem, and thename UPLANDER are registered trademarks ofGeneral Motors Corporation.This ma

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The armrests can be lowered or raised for easierentry or exit of the vehicle. If your vehicle hascaptain chairs with side impact airbags, they willhav

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If, after several seconds, both status indicator lightsremain on, or if there are no lights at all, there may bea problem with the lights or the passe

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Brake System Warning LightWhen the ignition is on, the brake system warning lightwill come on when you set your parking brake. Thelight will stay on i

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Antilock Brake SystemWarning LightFor vehicles withthe Antilock BrakeSystem (ABS), this lightwill come on briefly whenyou start the engine.That is norm

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If the traction control system warning light comes onand stays on for an extended period of time when thesystem is turned on, your vehicle needs servi

Seite 118 - Liftgate

When the Light Flashes First andThen is SolidThis indicates that there may be a problem with theTire Pressure Monitor System. The light will flashfor a

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This light comes on, as a check to show it is working,when the ignition is turned ON/RUN but the engine is notrunning. If the light does not come on,

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If the Light Is On SteadyYou might be able to correct the emission systemmalfunction by considering the following:Did you recently put fuel into your

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Emissions Inspection and MaintenanceProgramsSome state/provincial and local governments have ormight begin programs to inspect the emission controlequ

Seite 122 - Power Rear Quarter Windows

When the light comes on and stays on, it means that oil isnot flowing through your engine properly. You could below on oil and you might have some othe

Seite 123 - Theft-Deterrent Systems

Fuel GageWhen the indicator nears empty, you still have a littlefuel left, but you should get more soon.Your fuel gage tells you about how much fuel y

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Installing a Captain Chair(without a Side Impact Airbag){CAUTION:A safety belt that is improperly routed, notproperly attached, or twisted will not pr

Seite 125 - III Operation

Driver Information Center (DIC)Your vehicle has a Driver Information Center (DIC).All messages appear in the DIC display located in theinstrument pane

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DIC ButtonsQ4R (Information): Press this button to display theodometer, trip distance, time elapsed, average speed,fuel economy, battery voltage, oil

Seite 127 - Starting and Operating Your

There is also a retroactive trip odometer function thatperforms the following for each trip odometer:• If the vehicle’s speed has exceeded 3 mph (5 km

Seite 128 - Starting the Engine

Fuel RangePress the information button until FUEL RANGEdisplays. This mode shows the approximate numberof remaining miles or kilometers the vehicle ca

Seite 129 - Starting Procedure

Oil LifePress the information button until OIL LIFE displays.This mode shows an estimate of the oil’s remaininguseful life. If you see OIL LIFE 99% on

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Menu Button Itemsq(Menu): Press this button to scroll through thefollowing items:UnitsPress the menu button until UNITS displays. This modeallows you

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DIC Compass (Uplevel Only)Your vehicle may have a compass in the DriverInformation Center (DIC).Compass ZoneThe zone is set to zone eight upon leaving

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Compass CalibrationThe compass can be manually calibrated. Only calibratethe compass in a magnetically clean and safe location,such as an open parking

Seite 133 - Warm-Up Shift

DIC Warnings and MessagesMessages are displayed on the DIC to notify the driverthat the status of the vehicle has changed and thatsome action may be n

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BATTERY SAVER ACTIVEThis message displays when the system detects thatthe battery voltage is dropping beyond a reasonablelevel. The battery saver syst

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2. Push the rear of the seat down to lock the rearlatches onto the rear set of floor pins.{CAUTION:A seat that is not locked into place properlycan mov

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CHECK GAS CAPThis message displays if the fuel cap is not on, or is notfully tightened. Check the fuel cap to ensure that it ison properly. See Fillin

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DELAYED LOCKINGThis message displays to inform the driver that eventhough a door lock switch or the lock button on theRemote Keyless Entry (RKE) trans

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ENGINE COOLANT HOTNotice: If you drive your vehicle while the engineis overheating, severe engine damage may occur.If an overheat warning appears on t

Seite 139 - Outside Power Mirrors

HOOD AJARIf your vehicle has the remote start feature, thismessage displays when the hood is not closedproperly. Make sure that the hood is closed com

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LEFT FRONT TURN LAMP OUTThis message displays when the left front turn signalbulb needs to be replaced. See Headlamps andSidemarker Lamps on page 5-42

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LOW BRAKE FLUIDThis message displays when the brake fluid level is low.Have the brake system serviced by your dealer/retaileras soon as possible. See B

Seite 142 - How the System Works

This message cannot be acknowledged and clearedfrom the screen. This message re-displays for afew seconds if the condition still exists when theengine

Seite 143 - Work Properly

PASSENGER’S REAR DOOR AJARThis message displays when the passenger side reardoor is not closed properly. Make sure that the dooris closed completely.T

Seite 144 - OnStar Services

REDUCED POWER STOP WHEN SAFEThis message displays when your vehicle is in anoverheated engine operating mode. This operating modeallows your vehicle t

Seite 145 - OnStar Virtual Advisor

REMOTE START ONIf your vehicle has the remote start feature, thismessage displays when a remote start is initiated. See“Remote Vehicle Start” under Re

Seite 146 - How OnStar Service Works

Folding the Seatback(s)Notice: Folding a rear seat with the safety beltsstill fastened may cause damage to the seat or thesafety belts. Always unbuckl

Seite 147 - Universal Home Remote

SERVICE ABS SYSTEMThis message displays when the vehicle’s AntilockBrake System (ABS) is not functioning properly.Have the ABS serviced by your dealer

Seite 148 - Remote System

SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEMThis message displays when a problem with thebrake system has been detected. Have your vehicleserviced by your dealer/retailer as

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SERVICE STABILITY SYSTEMIf your vehicle has StabiliTrak®, this message displays ifthere has been a problem detected with StabiliTrak®.See StabiliTrak®

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SERVICE TRACTION SYSTEMIf your vehicle has the Traction Control System (TCS),this message displays when the system is not functioningproperly. A warni

Seite 151 - Erasing Universal Home Remote

STABILITY CONTROL OFFIf your vehicle has StabiliTrak®, this message displaysany time the system turns off. When this message hasbeen displayed, Stabil

Seite 152 - Storage Areas

Any of the following conditions may cause the TCS toturn off:• The TCS is turned off by pressing the tractioncontrol button located on the center of t

Seite 153 - Overhead Console (With Rail)

DIC Vehicle Personalization(Uplevel Only)Your vehicle may have customization capabilities thatallow you to program certain features to one preferredse

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Entering the Personal Program Menu1. Turn the ignition on and place the vehicle inPARK (P).To avoid excessive drain on the battery, it isrecommended t

Seite 155 - Second Row Center Console

ALL KEYS RESETThis screen will only display if YES was selected on theFACTORY DEFAULTS screen.Press the set/reset button to scroll through the followi

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DELAYED LOCKINGThis feature allows the locking of the vehicle to bedelayed until all of the doors have been closed forabout five seconds.When the delay

Seite 157 - Convenience Net (Without Rear

3. From the rear of the vehicle, locate the pullstrapattached to the lever on the back of the seat andpull it to raise the seat.4. Push and pull on th

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CONTENT THEFTIf your vehicle has the content theft-deterrent system,once this feature is turned on, the system will activateif someone tries to enter

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REMOTE STARTIf your vehicle has remote start, this feature allowsthe remote start to be turned OFF or ON. The remotestart feature allows you to start

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Personalization Menu ItemsThe following are personalization features that allow youto program setting for up to two drivers:PERSONALIZE KEYIf you are

Seite 161 - Section 3 Instrument Panel

AUTO DOOR UNLOCKThis feature allows automatic door unlocking to beturned off, used for the driver’s door only, or for all ofthe doors.Press the menu b

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FOB UNLOCK ON 1ST PRESSThis feature allows the selection of which doors willunlock on the first press of the unlock button on the RKEtransmitter. See R

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Keeping your mind on the drive is important forsafe driving. See Defensive Driving on page 4-2.Here are some ways in which you can help avoiddistracti

Seite 164 - Instrument Panel Overview

Radio(s) (MP3)Your vehicle has one of these radios as its audiosystem.Radio Data System (RDS)The audio system has a Radio Data System (RDS).RDS featur

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Playing the RadioTop Knob (Power/Volume): Press to turn the systemon and off. Turn clockwise or counterclockwise toincrease or to decrease the volume.

Seite 166 - Tilt Wheel

Setting Preset StationsUp to 30 stations (six FM1, six FM2, and six AM,six XM1 and six XM2 (if equipped)), can be programmedon the six numbered pushbu

Seite 167 - Turn and Lane-Change Signals

Adjusting the Speakers (Balance/Fade)O/ e (Balance/Fade): To adjust the balancebetween the right and the left speakers, pressuntil BALANCE displays. T

Seite 168 - Flash-to-Pass

4. From behind the seat, squeeze the release handleuntil the pin indicators are fully out. This indicatesthat the rear latches are released from the fl

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SCAN: Scan the stations within a category byperforming the following:1. Press the CAT button. The last selected categorydisplays.2. Turn theO / e knob

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If TA displays, press the TRAF button to turn off thetraffic announcements.This function does not apply to XM™ Satellite RadioService.Radio MessagesCA

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Playing a CD (Single CD Player)Insert a CD partway into the slot, label side up. Theplayer pulls it in and the CD should begin playing.If the ignition

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Care of Your CDsIf playing a CD-R, the sound quality can be reduced dueto CD-R quality, the method of recording, the quality ofthe music that has been

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To eject multiple CDs, do the following:1. Press and hold eject for two seconds. A beepsounds and EJECT ALL DISCS displays.2. When REMOVE DISC display

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t SCAN u: To scan one CD, press and hold eitherarrow for more than two seconds until SCAN displays anda beep sounds. The radio goes to the next track,

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SONGLIST FULL displays if more than 20 selectionsare saved.To play the song list, press theR button. The recordedtracks begins to play in the order th

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CD MessagesCHECK CD: If this message displays and/or the CDcomes out, it could be for one of the following reasons:• It is very hot. When the temperat

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Using an MP3MP3 CD-R DiscMP3 FormatIf you burn your own MP3 disc on a personal computer:• Make sure the MP3 files are recorded on aCD-R disc.• Do not m

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Empty Directory or FolderIf a root directory or a folder exists somewhere in the filestructure that contains only folders/subfolders and nocompressed fi

Seite 179 - Cargo Lamp

For ease of installing the seat, put the seat in the foldedposition before beginning this procedure.1. From the rear of the vehicle, place the front h

Seite 180 - Electric Power Management

File System and NamingThe song name that displays is the song name that iscontained in the ID3 tag. If the song name is not presentin the ID3 tag, the

Seite 181 - Overhead Console Switchbank

Press and release the RPT button until REPEAT OFFdisplays, to turn off repeated play.4 (Information): Press to display the artist name andalbum contai

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Navigation/Radio SystemYour vehicle may have a navigation radio system.The navigation system has built-in features intendedto minimize driver distract

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Wireless HeadphonesThe RSE system may include two sets of wirelessheadphones (batteries may be included with theheadphone sets).The wireless headphone

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Wired HeadphonesThere is a right and left wired headphone jack.To adjust the volume, do the following:1. Plug the headphone into the corresponding jac

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To use the auxiliary audio and video inputs, connect anexternal auxiliary device such as a camcorder to theRCA jacks and turn on both the auxiliary de

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Video ScreenThe video screen is located in the overhead console.To use the video screen, do the following:1. Push the release button located on the ov

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DVD Player Buttonsc / Y (Stop/Eject): Press and release this buttonto stop playing, rewinding, or fast forwarding.Press this button twice to eject a d

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MENU (Disc): Press this button to view the main DVDmenu. The menu is different on every disc. Use the up,down, right, and left arrow buttons to move t

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Remote ControlThe RSE system includes a remote control (batteries maybe included with the remote control). To use the remotecontrol, aim it at the tra

Seite 190 - Rear Climate Control System

Safety BeltsSafety Belts: They Are for EveryoneThis part of the manual tells you how to use safetybelts properly. It also tells you some things you sh

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q, Q, r, R (Menu Navigation Arrows): Press thenavigation arrows to move through DVD menus.The up and down arrows move through MP3 folders.r (Enter): P

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{ (Subtitles): Press this button to display the currentsubtitles. Each press of this button moves the DVDto the next available subtitle option (Englis

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To use the RSE OSD menu when using a CD or anMP3, do the following:Make sure that a CD or an MP3 is loaded in the RSEsystem and that the system is not

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Tips and Troubleshooting Chart (cont’d)Problem Recommended ActionNo sound — WirelessHeadphonesTurn the headphones on.Make sure the correctchannel is s

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Tips and Troubleshooting Chart (cont’d)Problem Recommended ActionThe remote control doesnot work.Point the remote controldirectly at the face of theDV

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Tips and Troubleshooting Chart (cont’d)Problem Recommended ActionDVD System inoperable. In severe or extremetemperatures the DVDsystem might not beope

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DVD Display Error MessagesThe following errors could display on the video screen.Disc Format Error: This message displays if a discis inserted upside

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Rear Seat Audio (RSA)Vehicles with a rear seat audio (RSA) system allowsrear seat passengers to listen to and control any ofthe following audio source

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Left Arrow – Press the left arrow while in AM/FM tuner,or XM™ Satellite Radio Service to seek down. Press theleft arrow while sourcing the single CD p

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Audio Steering Wheel ControlsIf your vehicle has this feature, some audio controls canbe adjusted at the steering wheel. They include thefollowing:wtu

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Why Safety Belts WorkWhen you ride in or on anything, you go as fast as it goes.Take the simplest vehicle. Suppose it is just a seat onwheels.Put some

Seite 202 - Traction Control System (TCS)

Radio ReceptionFrequency interference and static during normal radioreception can occur if items such as cellphone chargers,vehicle convenience access

Seite 203 - Tire Pressure Light

Fixed Mast AntennaThe fixed mast antenna can withstand most car washeswithout being damaged. If the mast should ever becomeslightly bent, straighten it

Seite 205 - If the Light is Flashing

Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle ...4-2Defensive Driving ...4-2Drunk Driving ...

Seite 206 - If the Light Is On Steady

Your Driving, the Road, andYour VehicleDefensive DrivingDefensive driving means “always expect theunexpected.” The first step in driving defensively is

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Drunk Driving{CAUTION:Drinking and then driving is very dangerous.Your reflexes, perceptions, attentiveness, andjudgment can be affected by even a smal

Seite 208 - Highbeam On Light

Control of a VehicleThe following three systems help to control your vehiclewhile driving — brakes, steering, and accelerator. Attimes, as when drivin

Seite 209 - Low Fuel Warning Light

Antilock Brake System (ABS)Your vehicle has the Antilock Brake System (ABS), anadvanced electronic braking system that will helpprevent a braking skid

Seite 210 - DIC Operation and Displays

Braking in EmergenciesWith ABS, you can steer and brake at the same time. Inmany emergencies, steering can help you more thaneven the very best brakin

Seite 211 - Information Button Items

To turn the system off,press the traction controlbutton located on thecenter of the instrumentpanel.If the system is limiting wheel spin when you pres

Seite 212 - Average Speed

Get it up to speed. Then stop the vehicle.The rider does not stop.The person keeps going until stopped by something.In a real vehicle, it could be the

Seite 213 - Average Fuel Economy

The STABILITY CONTROL ACTIVE message willappear on the DIC only when the system is both on andactivated. It means that an advancedcomputer-controlled

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The traction control system may activate on dry orrough roads or under conditions such as heavyacceleration while turning or abrupt upshifts/downshift

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What should you do if this ever happens? Ease up onthe brake or accelerator pedal, steer the vehicle the wayyou want it to go, and slow down.Speed lim

Seite 216 - DIC Compass (Uplevel Only)

An emergency like this requires close attention and aquick decision. If you are holding the steering wheel atthe recommended 9 and 3 o’clock positions

Seite 217 - Compass Calibration Procedure

PassingPassing another vehicle on a two-lane road can bedangerous. To reduce the risk of danger while passing,we suggest the following tips:• Look dow

Seite 218 - DIC Warnings and Messages

Of course, traction is reduced when water, snow, ice,gravel, or other material is on the road. For safety, youwill want to slow down and adjust your d

Seite 219 - CHARGING SYSTEM FAILURE

Driving in Rain and on Wet RoadsRain and wet roads can reduce vehicle tractionand affect your ability to stop and accelerate. Alwaysdrive slower in th

Seite 220 - CHECK TIRE PRESSURE

Before Leaving on a Long TripTo prepare your vehicle for a long trip, consider havingit serviced by your dealer/retailer before departing.Things to ch

Seite 221 - DRIVER’S REAR DOOR AJAR

Hill and Mountain RoadsDriving on steep hills or through mountains is differentthan driving on flat or rolling terrain. Tips for drivingin these condit

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Winter DrivingHere are some tips for winter driving:• Have your vehicle in good shape for winter.• You might want to put winter emergency supplies iny

Seite 223 - KEY IN IGNITION

IndexA good place to quickly locate information about thevehicle is the Index in the back of the manual. It isan alphabetical list of what is in the m

Seite 224 - LIFT GATE AJAR

or the instrument panel... or the safety belts!With safety belts, you slow down as the vehicle does.You get more time to stop. You stop over more dist

Seite 225 - LOW OIL PRESSURE

If your vehicle has a traction system, it will improve yourability to accelerate when driving on a slippery road. Butyou can turn the traction system

Seite 226 - PASSENGER’S DOOR AJAR

You can run the engine to keep warm, but be careful.{CAUTION:Snow can trap exhaust gases under yourvehicle. This can cause deadly CO (carbonmonoxide)

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Then, shut the engine off and close the window almostall the way to preserve the heat. Start the engineagain and repeat this only when you feel really

Seite 228 - REMOTE START DISABLED

Rocking Your Vehicle to Get It OutFirst, turn the steering wheel left and right to clearthe area around the front wheels. Turn off any tractionor stab

Seite 229 - RIGHT REAR TURN LAMP OUT

Tire and Loading Information LabelA vehicle specific Tire and Loading Informationlabel is attached to the center pillar (B-pillar) of yourvehicle. With

Seite 230 - SERVICE AIR BAG

Steps for Determining Correct Load Limit1. Locate the statement “The combined weightof occupants and cargo should never exceedXXX kg or XXX lbs” on yo

Seite 231 - SERVICE PARK LAMPS

Item Description TotalAVehicle CapacityWeight forExample 2 =1,000 lbs(453 kg)BSubtract OccupantWeight 150 lbs(68 kg) × 5 =750 lbs (340 kg)CAvailable C

Seite 232 - SERVICE TIRE MONITOR SYSTEM

Refer to your vehicle’s tire and loading informationlabel for specific information about your vehicle’scapacity weight and seating positions. Thecombin

Seite 233 - STABILITY CONTROL ACTIVE

Never exceed the GVWR for your vehicle or theGAWR for either the front or rear axle.{CAUTION:Do not load your vehicle any heavier thanthe Gross Vehicl

Seite 234 - TRACTION CONTROL OFF

TowingTowing Your VehicleConsult your dealer/retailer or a professional towingservice if you need to have your disabled vehicle towed.See Roadside Ass

Seite 235 - TURN SIGNAL ON

Questions and Answers AboutSafety BeltsQ: Will I be trapped in the vehicle after a crash ifI am wearing a safety belt?A: You could be — whether you ar

Seite 236 - (Uplevel Only)

Level ControlOn vehicles equipped with automatic level control, therear of the vehicle is automatically kept level as you loador unload your vehicle.

Seite 237 - Customization Menu Items

Your vehicle can tow a trailer. To identify the traileringcapacity of vehicle, you should read the informationin “Weight of the Trailer” that appears

Seite 238 - EXT (Exterior) LIGHT DELAY

Weight of the TrailerHow heavy can a trailer safely be?It depends on how you plan to use your rig. Forexample, speed, altitude, road grades, outsidete

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Weight of the Trailer TongueThe tongue load (A) of any trailer is an important weightto measure because it affects the total or gross weightof your ve

Seite 240 - FOB LOCK FEEDBACK

Consider the following example:A vehicle model base weight is 5,500 lbs (2 495 kg);2,800 lbs (1 270 kg) at the front axle and 2,700 lbs(1 225 kg) at t

Seite 241 - REAR PARK CHIME

It is important that you make sure your vehicle does notexceed any of its ratings — GCWR, GVWR, RGAWR,Maximum Trailer Rating or Tongue Weight. Theonly

Seite 242 - Personalization Menu Items

Driving with a Trailer{CAUTION:If you have a rear-most window open and youpull a trailer with your vehicle, carbonmonoxide (CO) could come into your v

Seite 243 - AUTO UNLOCK ON

Towing a trailer requires a certain amount of experience.Before setting out for the open road, you will want toget to know your rig. Acquaint yourself

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Turn Signals When Towing a TrailerWhen you tow a trailer, your vehicle has to have extrawiring.The arrows on your instrument panel will flash whenevery

Seite 245 - Setting the Time

When You Are Ready to Leave AfterParking on a Hill1. Apply your regular brakes and hold the pedal downwhile you do the following:• Start your engine.•

Seite 246 - Radio(s) (MP3)

How to Wear Safety Belts ProperlyThis section is only for people of adult size.Be aware that there are special things to know aboutsafety belts and ch

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✍ NOTES4-38

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Service ...5-3Accessories and Modifications ...5-3California Propositio

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Tire Inspection and Rotation ...5-62When It Is Time for New Tires ...5-64Buying New Tires ...

Seite 250 - RDS Messages

ServiceFor service and parts needs, visit your dealer/retailer.You will receive genuine GM parts and GM-trained andsupported service people.Genuine GM

Seite 251 - XM™ Satellite Radio Service

California Perchlorate MaterialsRequirementsCertain types of automotive applications, such asairbag initiators, seat belt pretensioners, and lithiumba

Seite 252 - Playing a Specific Loaded CD

FuelUse of the recommended fuel is an important part of theproper maintenance of your vehicle. To help keep theengine clean and maintain optimum vehic

Seite 253 - Care of Your CDs

AdditivesTo provide cleaner air, all gasolines in the United Statesare now required to contain additives that help preventengine and fuel system depos

Seite 254 - X button to eject a CD

Many service stations will not have an 85% ethanolfuel (E85) pump available. The U. S. Departmentof Energy has an alternative fuels website(www.eere.e

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Filling the Tank{CAUTION:Fuel vapor burns violently and a fuel fire cancause bad injuries. To help avoid injuries toyou and others, read and follow all

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{CAUTION:Fuel can spray out on you if you open the fuelcap too quickly. If you spill fuel and thensomething ignites it, you could be badly burned.This

Seite 257 - CD Messages

Q: What is wrong with this?A: The shoulder belt is too loose. It will not give nearlyas much protection this way.{CAUTION:You can be seriously hurt if

Seite 258 - Using an MP3

Filling a Portable Fuel Container{CAUTION:Never fill a portable fuel container while it isin your vehicle. Static electricity dischargefrom the contain

Seite 259 - Order of Play

Hood ReleaseTo open the hood, do the following:1. Pull the hood releasehandle with thissymbol on it. It islocated underthe instrument panelon the driv

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Engine Compartment OverviewWhen you open the hood on the 3.9L V6 engine, here is what you will see:5-12

Seite 261 - XM Radio Messages

A. Underhood Fuse Block. See Underhood Fuse Blockon page 5-102.B. Remote Positive (+) Terminal. See Jump Starting onpage 5-37.C. Windshield Washer Flu

Seite 262 - Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE)

When to Add Engine OilIf the oil is below the cross-hatched area at the tipof the dipstick, add at least one quart/liter of therecommended oil. This s

Seite 263 - Wireless Headphones

What Kind of Engine Oil to UseLook for three things:• GM6094MYour vehicle’s engine requires oil meetingGM Standard GM6094M. Look for and use onlyan oi

Seite 264 - Stereo RCA Jacks

If you are in an area of extreme cold, where thetemperature falls below −20°F (−29°C), it isrecommended that you use either an SAE 5W-30synthetic oil

Seite 265 - Vehicle Speakers

How to Reset the Engine Oil LifeSystemThe Engine Oil Life System calculates when tochange the engine oil and filter based on vehicle use.Whenever the o

Seite 266 - DVD Player

Engine Air Cleaner/FilterSee Engine Compartment Overview on page 5-12 forthe location of the engine air cleaner/filter.When to Inspect the EngineAir Cl

Seite 267 - DVD Player Buttons

To inspect or replace the air cleaner/filter, do thefollowing:1. Remove the two clamps on the duct.2. Remove the duct.3. Unlatch the two hooks on top o

Seite 268 - Ejecting a Disc

Q: What is wrong with this?A: The lap belt is too loose. It will not give as muchprotection this way.{CAUTION:You can be seriously hurt if your lap be

Seite 269 - Remote Control

Automatic Transmission FluidWhen to Check and Change AutomaticTransmission FluidA good time to check your automatic transmission fluidlevel is when the

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Checking the Fluid LevelPrepare your vehicle as follows:1. Park your vehicle on a level place. Keep the enginerunning.2. With the parking brake applie

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Engine CoolantThe cooling system in your vehicle is filled withDEX-COOL®engine coolant. This coolant is designedto remain in your vehicle for five years

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If you have to add coolant more than four times a year,have your dealer/retailer check your cooling system.Notice: If you use extra inhibitors and/or

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Occasionally check the coolant level in the radiator.For information on how to add coolant to the radiator,see Cooling System on page 5-26.Radiator Pr

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If No Steam Is Coming From YourEngineIf you get an engine overheat warning but see or hearno steam, the problem may not be too serious.Sometimes the e

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Cooling SystemWhen you decide it is safe to lift the hood, here is whatyou will see:A. RadiatorPressure CapB. Electric EngineCooling FansC. Engine Coo

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{CAUTION:Heater and radiator hoses, and other engineparts, can be very hot. Do not touch them.If you do, you can be burned.Do not run the engine if th

Seite 277 - Rear Seat Audio (RSA)

How to Add Coolant to the CoolantRecovery TankIf you have not found a problem yet, but the coolantlevel is not at or above the full cold mark, add a 5

Seite 278 - Theft-Deterrent Feature

If the overheat warning continues, there is one morething you can try. You can add the proper coolantmixture directly to the radiator, but be sure the

Seite 279 - Audio Steering Wheel Controls

Q: What is wrong with this?A: The belt is buckled in the wrong place.{CAUTION:You can be seriously injured if your belt isbuckled in the wrong place l

Seite 280 - Radio Reception

{CAUTION:You can be burned if you spill coolant on hotengine parts. Coolant contains ethylene glycoland it will burn if the engine parts are hotenough

Seite 281 - Chime Level Adjustment

Power Steering FluidThe power steering fluidreservoir is located towardthe rear of the enginecompartment on thepassenger’s side of thevehicle. See Engi

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Windshield Washer FluidWhat Washer Fluid to UseWhen you need windshield washer fluid, be sure to readthe manufacturer’s instructions before use. If you

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BrakesBrake FluidThe brake master cylinderreservoir is filled withDOT-3 brake fluid.See Engine CompartmentOverview on page 5-12for the location of there

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What to AddWhen you need brake fluid, use only DOT-3 brake fluid.Use new brake fluid from a sealed container only.See Recommended Fluids and Lubricants o

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Brake WearYour vehicle has disc brakes. Disc brake pads havebuilt-in wear indicators that make a high-pitched warningsound when the brake pads are wor

Seite 286 - Control of a Vehicle

Replacing Brake System PartsThe braking system on a vehicle is complex. Its manyparts have to be of top quality and work well together ifthe vehicle i

Seite 287 - Antilock Brake System (ABS)

Jump StartingIf your vehicle’s battery has run down, you may want touse another vehicle and some jumper cables to startyour vehicle. Be sure to use th

Seite 288 - Braking in Emergencies

Notice: If you leave your radio or other accessorieson during the jump starting procedure, they couldbe damaged. The repairs would not be coveredby yo

Seite 289 - StabiliTrak

{CAUTION:Using a match near a battery can cause batterygas to explode. People have been hurt doingthis, and some have been blinded. Use aflashlight if

Seite 290 - Traction Control Operation

Q: What is wrong with this?A: The belt is over an armrest.{CAUTION:You can be seriously injured if your belt goesover an armrest like this. The belt w

Seite 291 - Steering

7. Do not let the other end touch metal. Connect it tothe positive (+) terminal of the good battery. Use aremote positive (+) terminal if the vehicle

Seite 292 - Steering in Emergencies

To disconnect the jumper cables from both vehicles,do the following:1. Disconnect the black negative (−) cable from thevehicle that had the dead batte

Seite 293 - Off-Road Recovery

Bulb ReplacementFor the proper type of replacement bulbs, seeReplacement Bulbs on page 5-46.For any bulb changing procedure not listed in thissection,

Seite 294 - Loss of Control

To replace one of these bulbs:1. Open the hood. See Hood Release on page 5-11for more information.2. Remove the headlamp retainer pin (A) by turning i

Seite 295 - Driving at Night

Front Turn Signal, Parking andDaytime Running Lamps (DRL)To replace one of these bulbs (A):1. Follow the Steps 1 through 4 to remove theheadlamp assem

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A. Stoplamp/TaillampB. Turn Signal LampC. Back-up Lamp Bulb5. Turn the bulb socket counterclockwise to remove.6. Replace the bulb by pulling the old b

Seite 297 - Highway Hypnosis

License Plate LampTo replace one of these bulbs:1. Remove the two screws holding each of the licenseplate lamps to the fascia.2. Turn and pull the lic

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Windshield Wiper BladeReplacementWindshield wiper blades should be inspected for wearand cracking. See Scheduled Maintenance on page 6-4for more infor

Seite 299 - Winter Driving

TiresYour new vehicle comes with high-quality tiresmade by a leading tire manufacturer. If you everhave questions about your tire warranty and whereto

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Tire Sidewall LabelingUseful information about a tire is molded into itssidewall. The examples below show a typicalpassenger vehicle tire and a compac

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Q: What is wrong with this?A: The shoulder belt is worn under the arm.It should be worn over the shoulder at all times.{CAUTION:You can be seriously i

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(F) Uniform Tire Quality Grading (UTQG):Tire manufacturers are required to gradetires based on three performance factors:treadwear, traction, and temp

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(F) Tire Size : A combination of letters andnumbers define a tire’s width, height, aspect ratio,construction type, and service description.The letter T

Seite 304 - Example Label

Tire Terminology and DefinitionsAir Pressure: The amount of air inside thetire pressing outward on each square inch of thetire. Air pressure is express

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Load Index: An assigned number ranging from1 to 279 that corresponds to the load carryingcapacity of a tire.Maximum Inflation Pressure: The maximum air

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Treadwear Indicators: Narrow bands, sometimescalled wear bars, that show across the tread ofa tire when only 1/16 inch (1.6 mm) of treadremains. See W

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A vehicle specific Tire and Loading Informationlabel is attached to your vehicle. This label showsyour vehicle’s original equipment tires and thecorrec

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High-Speed Operation{CAUTION:Driving at high speeds, 100 mph (160 km/h)or higher, puts an additional strain on tires.Sustained high-speed driving caus

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Tire Pressure Monitor SystemThe Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) uses radioand sensor technology to check tire pressure levels.The TPMS sensors mon

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Federal Communications Commission(FCC) and Industry and ScienceCanadaThe Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS) operates ona radio frequency and complies

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At the same time a message to check the pressure in aspecific tire appears on the Driver Information Center(DIC) display. The low tire pressure warning

Seite 312 - Weight of the Trailer

Q: What is wrong with this?A: The belt is behind the body.{CAUTION:You can be seriously injured by not wearingthe lap-shoulder belt properly. In a cra

Seite 313 - Weight of the Trailer Tongue

TPMS Malfunction Light and MessageThe TPMS will not function properly if one or more of theTPMS sensors are missing or inoperable. When thesystem dete

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TPMS Sensor Matching ProcessEach TPMS sensor has a unique identification code.Any time you rotate your vehicle’s tires or replace one ormore of the TPM

Seite 315 - Trailer Brakes

6. Remove the valve cap from the valve cap stem.Activate the TPMS sensor by increasing ordecreasing the tire’s air pressure for five seconds,or until a

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When rotating your vehicle’s tires, always use thecorrect rotation pattern shown here.Do not include the compact spare tire in the tirerotation.After

Seite 317 - Making Turns

When It Is Time for New TiresVarious factors, such as maintenance, temperatures,driving speeds, vehicle loading, and road conditionsinfluence when you

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Buying New TiresGM has developed and matched specific tires for yourvehicle. The original equipment tires installed onyour vehicle, when it was new, we

Seite 319 - Trailer Wiring Harness

{CAUTION:If you use bias-ply tires on your vehicle,the wheel rim flanges could developcracks after many miles of driving. A tireand/or wheel could fail

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Uniform Tire Quality GradingQuality grades can be found where applicable onthe tire sidewall between tread shoulder andmaximum section width. For exam

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Temperature – A, B, CThe temperature grades are A (the highest), B,and C, representing the tire’s resistance tothe generation of heat and its ability

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If you need to replace any of your wheels, wheel bolts,wheel nuts, or Tire Pressure Monitor System (TPMS)sensors, replace them only with new GM origin

Seite 323 - Accessories and Modifications

Q: What is wrong with this?A: The belt is twisted across the body.{CAUTION:You can be seriously injured by a twisted belt.In a crash, you would not ha

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Tire Chains{CAUTION:Do not use tire chains. There is not enoughclearance. Tire chains used on a vehiclewithout the proper amount of clearance cancause

Seite 325 - California Fuel

There may be an accessory inflator kit stored in the rearcompartment on the passenger’s side. It includes a20-foot (6 m) hose with an air pressure gage

Seite 326 - Fuel E85 (85% Ethanol)

If a Tire Goes FlatIt is unusual for a tire to blowout while you are driving,especially if you maintain your vehicle’s tires properly.If air goes out

Seite 327 - Fuels in Foreign Countries

Changing a Flat TireIf a tire goes flat, avoid further tire and wheel damageby driving slowly to a level place. Turn on your vehicle’shazard warning fla

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Removing the Spare Tire and ToolsThe tools needed to remove the spare tire are locatedin the storage compartment at the rear of the vehicle, onthe pas

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5. Separate the plastic pouch from the jack andremove the jacking tools, including the foldingwrench and extension, from the pouch.The tools you will

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3. Tilt the retainer at the end of the cable to removethe compact spare tire, so it can be pulled upthrough the wheel opening.The hoist is used to sto

Seite 331 - Hood Release

Store the wheel cover securely in the rear of thevehicle until you have the flat tire repaired or replaced.Once the wheel cover has been removed, use t

Seite 332 - Engine Compartment Overview

A. Front LocationB. Rear LocationNotice: If your vehicle has wheel locks and animpact wrench is used to remove the wheel nuts,the lock nut or wheel lo

Seite 333 - Engine Oil

{CAUTION:Getting under a vehicle when it is jacked upis dangerous. If the vehicle slips off the jack,you could be badly injured or killed. Never getun

Seite 334 - When to Add Engine Oil

Vehicle Damage WarningsYou will also find notices in this manual.Notice: These mean there is something that coulddamage your vehicle.A notice tells abo

Seite 335 - • Oils meeting these

Lap-Shoulder BeltAll seating positions in your vehicle have alap-shoulder belt.Here is how to wear a lap-shoulder belt properly.1. Adjust the seat, if

Seite 336 - Engine Oil Life System

6. Raise the vehicle by turning the folding wrenchclockwise in the jack. Raise the vehicle far enoughoff the ground so there is enough room for thecom

Seite 337 - What to Do with Used Oil

{CAUTION:Never use oil or grease on studs or nuts.Because the nuts might come loose. Thevehicle’s wheel could fall off, causing a crash.8. Remove any

Seite 338 - Engine Air Cleaner/Filter

10. Lower the vehicle by attaching the folding wheelwrench to the jack and turning the wrenchcounterclockwise. Lower the jack completely.{CAUTION:Inco

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11. Tighten the wheel nutsfirmly in a crisscrosssequence, as shown.Notice: Wheel covers will not fit on your vehicle’scompact spare. If you try to put a

Seite 340 - Automatic Transmission Fluid

{CAUTION:Someone standing too close during theprocedure could be injured by the jack.If the spare tire does not slide off the jackcompletely, make sur

Seite 341 - Transmission Fluid

2. Turn the folding wrench clockwise to raise the jackuntil it lifts the secondary latch device under thewheel plate.3. Keep raising the jack until th

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Storing a Flat or Spare Tireand Tools{CAUTION:Storing a jack, a tire, or other equipment in thepassenger compartment of the vehicle couldcause injury.

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To store the spare tire:1. Lay the tire near the rear of the vehicle with thevalve stem down.2. Remove the small center cap by tapping the backof the

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Storing the ToolsA. StrapB. Bag and ToolsC. JackPut back all tools as they were stored in the jackstorage compartment and put the compartment coverbac

Seite 345 - Operating Mode

Compact Spare TireAlthough the compact spare tire was fully inflated whenthe vehicle was new, it can lose air after a time.Check the inflation pressure

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5. To make the lap part tight, pull up on theshoulder belt.It may be necessary to pull stitching on the safetybelt through the latch plate to fully ti

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Appearance CareInterior CleaningYour vehicle’s interior will continue to look its best if it iscleaned often. Although not always visible, dust anddir

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• Use only mild, neutral-pH soaps. Avoid laundrydetergents or dishwashing soaps with degreasers.Using too much soap will leave a residue thatleaves st

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LeatherA soft cloth dampened with water can be used toremove dust. If a more thorough cleaning is necessary,a soft cloth dampened with a mild soap sol

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Care of Safety Belts and Built-inChild Restraint HarnessKeep the safety belts and the built-in child restraintharness clean and dry.{CAUTION:Do not bl

Seite 351 - Power Steering Fluid

High pressure car washes may cause water to enter thevehicle. Avoid using high pressure washes closerthan 12 inches (30 cm) to the surface of the vehi

Seite 352 - Windshield Washer Fluid

Windshield, Backglass, andWiper BladesClean the outside of the windshield and backglass withglass cleaner.Clean the rubber blades using a lint free cl

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TiresTo clean the tires, use a stiff brush with tire cleaner.Notice: Using petroleum-based tire dressingproducts on your vehicle may damage the paintfi

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Vehicle Care/Appearance MaterialsDescription UsagePolishing ClothInterior and exteriorpolishing cloth.Tar and RoadOil RemoverRemoves tar, road oil,and

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Vehicle IdentificationVehicle Identification Number (VIN)This is the legal identifier for your vehicle. It appearson a plate in the front corner of the i

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Electrical SystemAdd-On Electrical EquipmentNotice: Do not add anything electrical to yourvehicle unless you check with your dealer/retailerfirst. Some

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Shoulder Belt Height AdjusterYour vehicle has a shoulder belt height adjuster for thedriver and right front passenger.Adjust the height so that the sh

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Fuses and Circuit BreakersThe wiring circuits in your vehicle are protected fromshort circuits by a combination of fuses, circuit breakersand fusible

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Fuses Usage1 Trunk, Door Locks2 Electronic Level Control3 Rear Wiper4 Radio, DVD Player5 Interior Lamps6 OnStar®7 Keyless Entry Module8Cluster, Heatin

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Underhood Fuse BlockThe underhood fuse block is located in the engine compartment. For more information on location see EngineCompartment Overview on

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Fuses Usage1 Right High-Beam2 Fuel Pump3 DiodeBLANK Not UsedBLANK Not Used4 Left High-BeamBLANK Not UsedBLANK Not UsedBLANK Not Used5 Not Used6 Air Co

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J-Case Fuses UsagePLR Fuse Puller29 Fan 130 Starter Solenoid31 Antilock Brake System Motor32 Blank33 Fan 234 Front Blower High35 Battery Main 336 Rear

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Capacities and SpecificationsThe following approximate capacities are given in English and metric measurements. See Recommended Fluids andLubricants on

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Maintenance Schedule ...6-2Introduction ...6-2Maintenance Requireme

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Maintenance ScheduleIntroductionImportant: Keep engine oil at the proper level andchange as recommended.Have you purchased the GM Protection Plan? The

Seite 367 - Replacement

This schedule is for vehicles that:• carry passengers and cargo within recommendedlimits. You will find these limits on the Tire andLoading Information

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There is one guide for each second row passengerposition. If your vehicle has a third row, there isone guide for each outboard position. Here is howto

Seite 369 - Tire Sidewall Labeling

Scheduled MaintenanceWhen the CHANGE OIL SOON message comes on,it means that service is required for your vehicle. Haveyour vehicle serviced as soon a

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Scheduled MaintenanceService Maintenance I Maintenance IIChange engine oil and filter. See Engine Oil on page 5-13. Reset oil life system.See Engine Oi

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Additional Required ServicesThe following services should be performed at the first maintenance service (I or II) after the indicated miles (kilometers

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Maintenance Footnotes# Lubricate the suspension, steering linkage, and theunderbody contact points and linkage.(a) Visually inspect brake lines and ho

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(h) Change automatic transmission fluid and filter if thevehicle is mainly driven under one or more of theseconditions:− In heavy city traffic where the

Seite 374 - Inflation - Tire Pressure

Engine Coolant Level CheckCheck the engine coolant level and add DEX-COOL®coolant mixture if necessary. See Engine Coolanton page 5-22.Windshield Wash

Seite 375 - How to Check

Automatic Transmission Shift LockControl System Check{CAUTION:When you are doing this inspection, the vehiclecould move suddenly. If the vehicle moves

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Park on a fairly steep hill, with the vehicle facingdownhill. Keeping your foot on the regular brake,set the parking brake.• To check the parking brak

Seite 377 - Tire Pressure Monitor System

Usage Fluid/LubricantWindshieldWasherOptikleen®Washer Solvent.Power SteeringSystemGM Power Steering Fluid(GM Part No. U.S. 89021184,in Canada 89021186

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Normal Maintenance Replacement PartsReplacement parts identified below by name, part number, or specification can be obtained from your dealer/retailer.

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3. Be sure that the belt is not twisted and it lies flat.The elastic cord must be under the belt and theguide on top.{CAUTION:A safety belt that is not

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Engine Drive Belt Routing3.9L V6 Engine and 3.9L V6 Flexible Fuel6-14

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Maintenance RecordAfter the scheduled services are performed, record the date, odometer reading, who performed the service, and thetype of services pe

Seite 382 - Tire Inspection and Rotation

Maintenance Record (cont’d)DateOdometerReadingServiced ByMaintenance I orMaintenance IIServices Performed6-16

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Maintenance Record (cont’d)DateOdometerReadingServiced ByMaintenance I orMaintenance IIServices Performed6-17

Seite 384 - When It Is Time for New Tires

Maintenance Record (cont’d)DateOdometerReadingServiced ByMaintenance I orMaintenance IIServices Performed6-18

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Customer Assistance and Information ...7-2Customer Satisfaction Procedure ...7-2Online Owner Center ...

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Customer Assistance andInformationCustomer Satisfaction ProcedureYour satisfaction and goodwill are important toyour dealer and to Chevrolet. Normally

Seite 387 - Uniform Tire Quality Grading

Although you may be required to resort to this informaldispute resolution program prior to filing a court action,use of the program is free of charge a

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Online Owner CenterOnline Owner Center(United States only)The Owner Center is a resource for your GM ownershipneeds. Specific vehicle information can b

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Customer Assistance forText Telephone (TTY) UsersTo assist customers who are deaf, hard of hearing, orspeech-impaired and who use Text Telephones (TTY

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4. Buckle, position, and release the safety belt asdescribed in previously in this section. Makesure that the shoulder belt crosses the shoulder.To re

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Mexico, Central America andCaribbean Islands/Countries(Except Puerto Rico and U.S. VirginIslands) — Customer AssistanceGeneral Motors de Mexico, S. de

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Services ProvidedThe following services are provided in the U.S. andCanada up to 5 years/100,000 miles (160 000 km),whichever occurs first, and, in Can

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• Trip Interruption Benefits and Assistance(Canada only): In the event of a warrantyrelated vehicle disablement, while en routeand over 250 kilometres

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Towing and Road Service ExclusionsSpecifically excluded from Roadside Assistancecoverage are towing or services for vehicles operatedon a non-public ro

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Transportation OptionsWarranty service can generally be completed whileyou wait. However, if you are unable to wait, GM helpsto minimize your inconven

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Additional Program InformationAll program options, such as shuttle service, may not beavailable at every dealer. Please contact your dealerfor specific

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Repair FacilityGM also recommends that you choose a collision repairfacility that meets your needs before you ever needcollision repairs. Your dealer/

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• Gather the important information you will need fromthe other driver. Things like name, address, phonenumber, driver’s license number, vehicle licens

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Reporting Safety DefectsReporting Safety Defects to theUnited States GovernmentIf you believe that your vehicle has a defect whichcould cause a crash

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Service Publications OrderingInformationService ManualsService Manuals have the diagnosis and repairinformation on engines, transmission, axle suspens

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Safety Belt ExtenderIf the vehicle’s safety belt will fasten around you,you should use it.But if a safety belt is not long enough, yourdealer/retailer

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Vehicle Data Recording andPrivacyYour GM vehicle has a number of sophisticatedcomputers that record information about the vehicle’sperformance and how

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GM will not access this data or share it with othersexcept: with the consent of the vehicle owner or, ifthe vehicle is leased, with the consent of the

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✍ NOTES7-18

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AAccessories and Modifications ... 5-3Adding Equipment to Your Airbag-EquippedVehicle ...

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Audio System (cont.)Navigation/Radio System, see NavigationManual ... 3-102Radio Reception ...

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CheckEngine Light ... 3-44Checking Things Under the Hood ... 5-10Chemical Paint Spottin

Seite 408 - Storing the Tools

Customer Assistance Information (cont.)Reporting Safety Defects to General Motors ... 7-14Reporting Safety Defects to the CanadianGovernment ...

Seite 409 - Compact Spare Tire

EngineAir Cleaner/Filter ... 5-18Check and Service Engine Soon Light ... 3-44Coolant ...

Seite 410 - Appearance Care

GGageEngine Coolant Temperature ... 3-43Fuel ... 3-49Speedometer ...

Seite 411 - Fabric/Carpet

JJump Starting ... 5-37KKeyless Entry System ... 2-4Keys ...

Seite 412 - Child Restraint Pad

The manufacturer’s instructions that come with thebooster seat, state the weight and height limitations forthat booster. Use a booster seat with a lap

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Locks (cont.)Loss of Control ... 4-12Low Fuel Warning Light ... 3-49Luggag

Seite 414 - Finish Care

OnStar®System, see OnStar®Manual ... 2-47Operation, Universal Home Remote System ... 2-51Other Warning Devices ...

Seite 415 - Aluminum Wheels

RRadiator Pressure Cap ... 5-24Radio Frequency Identification (RFID), Privacy ... 7-17Radios ...

Seite 416 - Chemical Paint Spotting

Safety Belts (cont.)Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy ... 1-41Safety Belts Are for Everyone ... 1-23Safety Warnings a

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Steering Wheel Controls, Audio ... 3-119Steering Wheel, Tilt Wheel ... 3-6Storage Areas ...

Seite 418 - Vehicle Identification

Tires (cont.)Storing a Flat or Spare Tire and Tools ... 5-86Tire Sidewall Labeling ... 5-49Tire Terminology an

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WWarning Lights, Gages and Indicators ... 3-34WarningsDIC Warnings and Messages ... 3-58Hazard Warning Flashers ...

Seite 420 - Instrument Panel Fuse Block

{CAUTION:Never do this.Here two children are wearing the same belt.The belt cannot properly spread the impactforces. In a crash, the two children can

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{CAUTION:Never do this.Here a child is sitting in a seat that has alap-shoulder belt, but the shoulder part isbehind the child. In a crash, the child

Seite 422 - Underhood Fuse Block

Front Seats ...1-2Manual Seats ...1-2Power Seats ...

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Infants and Young ChildrenEveryone in a vehicle needs protection! This includesinfants and all other children. Neither the distancetraveled nor the ag

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{CAUTION:Children who are up against, or very close to,any airbag when it inflates can be seriouslyinjured or killed. Airbags plus lap-shoulderbelts of

Seite 425 - Capacities and Specifications

Q: What are the different types of add-on childrestraints?A: Add-on child restraints, which are purchased by thevehicle’s owner, are available in four

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{CAUTION:The body structure of a young child is quiteunlike that of an adult or older child, for whomthe safety belts are designed. A young child’ship

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A booster seat (C-D) is a child restraint designed toimprove the fit of the vehicle’s safety belt system.A booster seat can also help a child to see ou

Seite 428 - Maintenance Schedule

To help reduce the chance of injury, the child restraintmust be secured in the vehicle. Child restraint systemsmust be secured in vehicle seats by lap

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Where to Put the RestraintAccident statistics show that children are safer if theyare restrained in the rear rather than the front seat.We recommend t

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If your vehicle does not have a rear seat that willaccommodate a rear-facing child restraint, werecommend that rear-facing child restraints not betran

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In order to use the LATCH system in your vehicle, youneed a child restraint that has LATCH attachments.The child restraint manufacturer will provide y

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Top Tether AnchorA top tether (A, C) anchors the top of the child restraintto the vehicle. A top tether anchor is built into thevehicle. The top tethe

Seite 433 - Maintenance Footnotes

Front SeatsManual SeatsUse the lever located onthe front of the seat toadjust the seat forward orrearward. Pull up onthe lever to unlock theseat. Slid

Seite 434 - At Each Fuel Fill

Lower Anchor and Top Tether AnchorLocationsi (Top Tether Anchor):Seating positions withtop tether anchors.j (Lower Anchor):Seating positions withtwo l

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For the center third row position, if your vehicle hasone, the top tether anchor is located on the seatback,near the center of the third row seating p

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Securing a Child Restraint Designed forthe LATCH System{CAUTION:If a LATCH-type child restraint is not attached toanchors, the restraint will not be a

Seite 437 - Lubricants

{CAUTION:Children can be seriously injured or strangledif a shoulder belt is wrapped around theirneck and the safety belt continues to tighten.Secure

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2. If the child restraint manufacturer recommends thatthe top tether be attached, attach and tighten thetop tether to the top tether anchor, if equipp

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If the position you areusing has an adjustableheadrest or head restraintand you are using asingle tether, raise theheadrest or head restraintand route

Seite 440 - Engine Drive Belt Routing

If you need to install more than one child restraint in therear seat, be sure to read Where to Put the Restrainton page 1-52.1. Put the child restrain

Seite 441 - Maintenance Record

5. To tighten the belt, push down on the child restraint,pull the shoulder portion of the belt to tighten thelap portion of the belt, and feed the sho

Seite 442 - Maintenance Record (cont’d)

Securing a Child Restraint in theRight Front Seat PositionYour vehicle has airbags. A rear seat is a safer placeto secure a forward-facing child restr

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If your vehicle does not have a rear seat that willaccommodate a rear-facing child restraint, werecommend that rear-facing child restraints not betran

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Power SeatsIf the vehicle has powerseats, the controls used tooperate them are locatedon the outboard side ofthe seats.To adjust the seat, do any of t

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4. Push the latch plate into the buckle until it clicks.Make sure the release button is positioned so youwould be able to unbuckle the safety belt qui

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6. To tighten the belt, push down on the child restraint,pull the shoulder portion of the belt to tighten thelap portion of the belt and feed the shou

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Built-In Child RestraintWARNING! DEATH or SERIOUS INJURYcan occur:• Follow all instruction on the child restraint and inthe vehicle’s owner’s manual.I

Seite 448 - Online Owner Center

{CAUTION:Using the vehicle’s built-in child restraint as abooster seat for a larger child could causeinjury to the child in a sudden stop or crash.A c

Seite 449 - Customer Assistance Offices

2. Rotate the head restraint rearward until it touchesthe top of the seatback. Make sure there is no gapbetween the lower edge of the head restraintan

Seite 450 - Roadside Assistance Program

You will be using the child restraint’s harness (A)to secure your child. Do not use the vehicle’ssafety belts.{CAUTION:Using the vehicle’s regular saf

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5. Place the child on the child restraint cushion.6. Select only one side of the harness. Place theharness over the child’s shoulder.7. Push the latch

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11. Now fasten the left and right halves of the shoulderharness clip together. The clip can be easily pulledapart and is designed to pull apart during

Seite 453 - Courtesy Transportation

13. Adjust the position of the harness on the child’sshoulder by moving the clip along the harness until itis level with the child’s armpits. On each

Seite 454 - Transportation Options

2. Unlatch the harness by pushing the button onthe buckle.3. Move one side of the harness off the child’sshoulder.4. Move the other side of the harnes

Seite 455 - Collision Damage Repair

Reclining Seatbacks{CAUTION:You can lose control of the vehicle if you try toadjust a manual driver’s seat while the vehicleis moving. The sudden move

Seite 456 - If a Crash Occurs

2. Fold the child restraint cushion and leg rest upinto the seatback.3. Press the child restraint cushion firmly into theseatback.4. Then press the leg

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5. Rotate the head restraint forward and push it allthe way down.Just like the other restraint systems in your vehicle,your built-in child restraint n

Seite 458 - Reporting Safety Defects

Airbags are designed to supplement the protectionprovided by safety belts. Even though today’s airbagsare also designed to help reduce the risk of inj

Seite 459 - Service Publications Ordering

{CAUTION:Airbags inflate with great force, faster thanthe blink of an eye. Anyone who is up against,or very close to, any airbag when it inflatescan be

Seite 460 - Vehicle Data Recording and

Where Are the Airbags?The driver’s frontal airbag is in the middle of thesteering wheel.The right front passenger’s frontal airbag is in theinstrument

Seite 461 - Identification (RFID)

If your vehicle has seat-mounted side impact airbagsfor the driver and right front passenger, they are in theside of the seatbacks closest to the door

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When Should an Airbag Inflate?Frontal airbags are designed to inflate in moderate tosevere frontal or near-frontal crashes to help reduce thepotential f

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In any particular crash, no one can say whether anairbag should have inflated simply because of thedamage to a vehicle or because of what the repair co

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What Will You See After anAirbag Inflates?After the frontal and seat-mounted side impact airbagsinflate, they quickly deflate, so quickly that somepeople

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In many crashes severe enough to inflate the airbag,windshields are broken by vehicle deformation.Additional windshield breakage may also occur fromthe

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{CAUTION:Sitting in a reclined position when your vehicleis in motion can be dangerous. Even if youbuckle up, your safety belts cannot do theirjob whe

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The passenger sensing system will turn off the rightfront passenger’s frontal airbag and seat-mounted sideimpact airbag (if equipped) under certain co

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If your vehicle does not have a rear seat that willaccommodate a rear-facing child restraint, werecommend that rear-facing child restraints not betran

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The passenger sensing system is designed to enable(may inflate) the right front passenger’s frontal airbag andseat-mounted side impact airbag (if equip

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If you ever pull the shoulder portion of the belt out allthe way, you will engage the child restraint lockingfeature. This may unintentionally cause t

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Servicing Your Airbag-EquippedVehicleAirbags affect how your vehicle should be serviced.There are parts of the airbag system in several placesaround y

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This could either prevent proper deployment ofthe passenger airbag(s) or prevent the passengersensing system from properly turning off thepassenger ai

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Replacing Restraint System PartsAfter a Crash{CAUTION:A crash can damage the restraint systemsin your vehicle. A damaged restraint systemmay not prope

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Keys ...2-3Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System ...2-4Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

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Mirrors .....2-43Manual Rearview Mirror ...2-43Outside Power Mirro

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Keys{CAUTION:Leaving children in a vehicle with the ignitionkey is dangerous for many reasons, childrenor others could be badly injured or even killed

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