Chevrolet ENCLAVE - NAVIGATION SYSTEM 2008 Handbücher

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Canadian Owners

2

Using this Manual

2

Vehicle Damage Warnings

4

Vehicle Symbols

4

Front Seats

6

Manual Lumbar

7

Power Lumbar

7

Heated Seats

8

Memory Seat and Mirrors

8

Easy Exit Seat

9

{CAUTION:

10

Power Reclining Seatbacks

11

Head Restraints

13

Position

15

Reclining the Seatbacks

15

Removing the Third Row Seats

19

Why Safety Belts Work

21

Questions and Answers About

24

Safety Belts

24

Lap-Shoulder Belt

33

Safety Belt Pretensioners

35

Safety Belt Extender

38

Child Restraints

39

Lower Anchors and Tethers for

49

Children (LATCH)

49

Lower Anchors

50

Top Tether Anchor

50

Locations

51

Rear Seat Position

57

Airbag System

63

When Should an Airbag Inflate?

69

What Makes an Airbag Inflate?

71

How Does an Airbag Restrain?

71

Passenger Sensing System

73

Restraint System Check

79

Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

84

System Operation

85

Remote Vehicle Start

87

Remote Start Ready

89

Delayed Locking

91

Programmable Automatic

91

Door Locks

91

Rear Door Security Locks

91

CAUTION: (Continued)

93

• Pressing the liftgate

95

Obstacle Detection Features

96

Express-Down Windows

100

Express-Up Window

100

Programming the Power Windows

100

Sun Visors

101

Theft-Deterrent Systems

102

Testing the Alarm

103

PASS-Key

104

III+ Operation

104

1 stamped on it

105

Starting and Operating Your

106

Key In the Ignition

107

Starting the Engine

108

Engine Coolant Heater

109

Electronic Range Select Mode

113

Tow/Haul Mode

114

Parking Brake

115

Shifting Out of PARK (P)

117

Compass Operation

120

Compass Calibration

120

Compass Variance

121

Outside Power Mirrors

122

Work Properly

126

Rear Vision Camera

127

OnStar Hands-Free Calling

128

OnStar Virtual Advisor

128

How OnStar Service Works

129

Universal Home Remote

130

Remote System

131

Gate Operator and Canadian

134

Programming

134

Using Universal Home Remote

134

Erasing Universal Home Remote

134

Storage Areas

135

Center Console Storage

136

Second Row Center Console

136

Cargo Cover

139

Cargo Tie Downs

139

Cargo Management System

139

Section 3 Instrument Panel

141

Instrument Panel Overview

144

Hazard Warning Flashers

146

Other Warning Devices

146

Steering Column

147

Turn and Lane-Change Signals

148

Headlamp High/Low-Beam

149

Flash-to-Pass

149

Windshield Wipers

149

Rear Window Wiper/Washer

151

Exterior Lamps

154

Delayed Headlamps

155

Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)/

156

Automatic Headlamp System

156

Fog Lamps

157

Instrument Panel Brightness

157

Dome Lamps

157

Dome Lamp Override

157

Entry Lighting

158

Delayed Entry Lighting

158

Delayed Exit Lighting

159

Parade Dimming

159

Reading Lamps

159

Electric Power Management

159

Battery Run-Down Protection

160

Accessory Power Outlet(s)

160

Climate Controls

162

Display Function

163

Automatic Operation

164

Manual Operation

165

Air Conditioning

166

Defogging and Defrosting

168

Outlet Adjustment

169

Fan Knob

170

Temperature Knob

170

System and Electronic Climate

171

Controls

171

Warning Lights, Gages, and

173

Indicators

173

Instrument Panel Cluster

174

Speedometer and Odometer

175

Tachometer

175

Safety Belt Reminders

175

Airbag Readiness Light

176

Voltmeter Gage

180

Antilock Brake System

182

Warning Light

182

StabiliTrak

182

Indicator Light

182

Engine Coolant Temperature

183

Tire Pressure Light

184

Malfunction Indicator Lamp

185

If the Light is Flashing

186

If the Light Is On Steady

186

Cruise Control Light

188

Highbeam On Light

188

Security Light

188

Fog Lamp Light

188

Tow/Haul Mode Light

189

Fuel Gage

189

DIC Operation and Displays

190

DIC Buttons

191

OIL LIFE

191

PARK ASSIST

192

FRONT TIRES or REAR TIRES

192

Trip/Fuel Menu Items

193

AVG (Average) ECONOMY

194

FUEL USED

195

AVG (Average) SPEED

195

Blank Display

195

DIC Warnings and Messages

196

BATTERY SAVER ACTIVE

197

CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON

197

CHECK TIRE PRESSURE

197

CRUISE SET TO XXX

197

DRIVER DOOR OPEN

198

ENGINE HOT A/C

198

(Air Conditioning) OFF

198

ENGINE OIL LOW ADD OIL

198

ENGINE OVERHEATED IDLE ENGINE

198

SERVICE ALL WHEEL DRIVE

202

SERVICE BATTERY CHARGING

202

SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM

202

SERVICE PARK ASSIST

202

DIC Vehicle Customization

205

Feature Settings Menu Items

206

AUTO DOOR LOCK

207

AUTO DOOR UNLOCK

207

REMOTE DOOR LOCK

208

REMOTE DOOR UNLOCK

208

DELAY DOOR LOCK

209

EXIT LIGHTING

209

APPROACH LIGHTING

210

CHIME VOLUME

210

PARK TILT MIRRORS

211

EASY EXIT SEAT

211

MEMORY SEAT RECALL

212

REMOTE START

212

V TO EXIT appears in the

213

Setting the Time

215

Single CD and DVD Player

216

Radio(s) (MP3)

218

Radios with CD and DVD

219

Radio Data System (RDS)

219

Radio Messages for XM™ Only

224

Z button or the DISP knob

225

CD Slot)

225

^ button. A beep sounds

227

Playing an MP3/WMA CD-R or

229

CD-RW Disc

229

CD Messages

229

Using the DVD Player

230

DVD-V (Video) Display Buttons

232

DVD-A (Audio) Display Buttons

233

Inserting a Disc

233

Ejecting a Disc

234

Six-Disc CD Player)

236

S c (previous)

237

Playing an MP3/WMA

239

DVD Player)

241

File System and Naming

243

Preprogrammed Playlists

243

XM Radio Messages

246

Navigation/Radio System

247

Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE)

247

Before You Drive

248

Parental Control

248

Headphones

248

Battery Replacement

249

Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks

250

Audio Output

251

Video Screen

251

Remote Control

252

DVD Display Error Messages

256

Z EJECT button is pressed on

256

DVD Distortion

256

Cleaning the Video Screen

256

Rear Seat Audio (RSA)

257

Theft-Deterrent Feature

258

Audio Steering Wheel Controls

259

Radio Reception

260

Multi-Band Antenna

260

Antilock Brake System (ABS)

264

Braking in Emergencies

265

All-Wheel Drive (AWD) System

267

Steering

268

Steering in Emergencies

269

Off-Road Recovery

270

Loss of Control

270

Skidding

271

Driving at Night

272

Before Leaving on a Long Trip

274

Highway Hypnosis

274

Hill and Mountain Roads

274

Driving on Snow or Ice

276

Example Label

281

Dinghy Towing

286

Vehicles Only)

288

Weight of the Trailer

292

Weight of the Trailer Tongue

293

Safety Chains

295

Trailer Brakes

295

Driving with a Trailer

296

Following Distance

296

Backing Up

296

Making Turns

297

Driving on Grades

297

Trailer Wiring Harness

299

Accessories and Modifications

303

Gasoline Octane

305

Gasoline Specifications

305

California Fuel

306

Additives

306

Fuels in Foreign Countries

307

Hood Release

311

Engine Compartment Overview

312

Engine Oil

313

When to Add Engine Oil

314

• GM6094M

315

• SAE 5W-30

315

• Oils meeting these

315

Engine Oil Life System

316

What to Do with Used Oil

317

Engine Air Cleaner/Filter

318

• While pulling a trailer

320

Checking the Fluid Level

320

Engine Coolant

322

Overheated Engine Protection

327

Operating Mode

327

Power Steering Fluid

334

Windshield Washer Fluid

335

Replacing Brake System Parts

339

All-Wheel Drive

345

Headlamp Aiming

346

License Plate Lamp

349

Replacement Bulbs

349

Windshield Replacement

350

Windshield Wiper Blade

350

Replacement

350

Tire Sidewall Labeling

352

: The type of cord and

353

: The compact spare

353

Inflation - Tire Pressure

358

Tire Pressure Monitor System

359

Federal Communications

360

Commission (FCC) and Industry

360

TPMS Sensor Matching Process

362

Tire Inspection and Rotation

364

Buying New Tires

366

Treadwear

369

Traction – AA, A, B, C

369

Temperature – A, B, C

369

Removing the Spare Tire

375

Removing the Flat Tire and

377

Installing the Spare Tire

377

Storing the Flat Tire

386

Storing the Tools

387

Compact Spare Tire

388

Appearance Care

389

Fabric/Carpet

390

Plastic Surfaces

391

Finish Care

393

• Extreme dusty conditions

394

• Sand and salt

394

• Heat and sun

394

Sheet Metal Damage

395

Finish Damage

395

Underbody Maintenance

396

Chemical Paint Spotting

396

Vehicle Identification

397

Add-On Electrical Equipment

399

Windshield Wiper Fuses

399

Power Windows and Other Power

399

Fuses and Circuit Breakers

400

Instrument Panel Fuse Block

400

Underhood Fuse Block

403

Capacities and Specifications

408

Maintenance Schedule

410

Scheduled Maintenance

412

Additional Required Services

414

Maintenance Footnotes

415

Owner Checks and Services

416

At Each Fuel Fill

416

Recommended Fluids and

419

Lubricants

419

Engine Drive Belt Routing

422

Maintenance Record

423

Maintenance Record (cont’d)

424

Customer Assistance and

428

Information

428

Online Owner Center

431

Customer Assistance for Text

432

Telephone (TTY) Users

432

Customer Assistance Offices

432

GM Mobility Reimbursement

433

Roadside Assistance Program

434

Courtesy Transportation

436

Transportation Options

437

Collision Damage Repair

438

Repair Facility

439

Insuring Your Vehicle

439

If a Crash Occurs

439

Reporting Safety Defects

441

Reporting Safety Defects to

442

General Motors

442

Service Publications Ordering

442

Vehicle Data Recording and

443

Event Data Recorders

444

Navigation System

445

Radio Frequency

445

Identification (RFID)

445





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