Chevrolet TORRENT - NAVIGATION SYSTEM 2008 Handbücher

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Inhaltsverzeichnis

Canadian Owners

2

Vehicle Damage Warnings

4

Vehicle Symbols

4

Seat Height Adjuster

7

Power Seat

7

Manual Lumbar

8

Heated Seats

8

{CAUTION:

10

Head Restraints

11

Why Safety Belts Work

17

Questions and Answers About

20

Safety Belts

20

Lap-Shoulder Belt

29

Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster

31

Safety Belt Pretensioners

31

Safety Belt Extender

34

Child Restraints

35

Restraints

45

Lower Anchors and Tethers for

46

Children (LATCH)

46

Lower Anchors

47

Top Tether Anchor

47

Locations

48

Seat Position

54

Where Are the Airbags?

63

When Should an Airbag Inflate?

65

What Makes an Airbag Inflate?

66

How Does an Airbag Restrain?

66

Passenger Sensing System

68

Adding Equipment to Your

74

Airbag-Equipped Vehicle

74

Restraint System Check

75

Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

80

System Operation

81

Remote Vehicle Start

84

Remote Start Ready

86

Delayed Locking

88

Programmable Automatic

88

Door Locks

88

Rear Door Security Locks

88

Theft-Deterrent Systems

93

Content Theft-Deterrent

94

PASS-Key

94

III+ Operation

95

Starting and Operating Your

96

Ignition Positions

97

Starting the Engine

98

Engine Coolant Heater

99

Transmission Overheating

103

Transmission)

106

Parking Brake

108

Outside Power Mirrors

114

OnStar Services

116

OnStar Hands-Free Calling

117

OnStar Virtual Advisor

117

How OnStar Service Works

118

Rear Compartment Storage

121

Panel/Cover

121

Convenience Net

124

Section 3 Instrument Panel

125

Instrument Panel Overview

128

Hazard Warning Flashers

130

Other Warning Devices

130

Tilt Wheel

131

Turn and Lane-Change Signals

132

Flash-to-Pass

133

Windshield Wipers

133

Headlamps

138

Headlamps on Reminder

138

Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)

139

Automatic Headlamp System

139

Fog Lamps

140

Instrument Panel Brightness

140

Dome Lamp

141

Entry Lighting

141

Map Lamps

141

Cargo Lamp

142

Electric Power Management

142

Battery Run-Down Protection

143

Accessory Power Outlet(s)

143

Climate Controls

144

Defogging and Defrosting

147

Rear Window Defogger

147

Outlet Adjustment

148

Warning Lights, Gages, and

150

Indicators

150

Instrument Panel Cluster

151

Speedometer and Odometer

152

Trip Odometer

152

Tachometer

152

Safety Belt Reminders

152

Airbag Readiness Light

153

Antilock Brake System Warning

158

Traction Control System (TCS)

158

Warning Light

158

Engine Coolant Temperature

159

Tire Pressure Light

160

Malfunction Indicator Lamp

160

If the Light is Flashing

161

If the Light Is On Steady

162

Change Engine Oil Light

164

Security Light

164

Fog Lamp Light

164

Cruise Control Light

165

Reduced Engine Power Light

165

Highbeam On Light

165

Service All-Wheel Drive Light

166

Gate Ajar Light

166

Door Ajar Light

167

Service Vehicle Soon Light

167

Fuel Gage

167

Low Fuel Warning Light

168

DIC Operation and Displays

169

Trip/Fuel Menu Items

170

Blank Display

171

OIL LIFE

171

FRONT TIRES or REAR TIRES

172

DIC Compass

173

V TO CHANGE COMPASS ZONE

174

Compass Calibration

175

Compass Calibration Procedure

175

DIC Warnings and Messages

176

BUCKLE PASSENGER SEATBELT

177

BUCKLE SEATBELT

177

CALIBRATING: DRIVE IN CIRCLES

177

CALIBRATION COMPLETE

177

CHANGE ENGINE OIL SOON

177

SERVICE BATTERY CHARGING

181

SERVICE BRAKE SYSTEM

181

SERVICE POWER STEERING

181

SERVICE STABILITRAK

181

SERVICE TIRE MONITOR SYSTEM

182

SERVICE TRACTION CONTROL

182

SERVICE VEHICLE SOON

182

STABILITRAK NOT READY

182

STABILITRAK OFF

183

STARTING DISABLD (Disabled)

183

SERVICE THRTTLE (Throttle)

183

THEFT ATTEMPTED

183

TIRE LEARNING ACTIVE

183

DIC Vehicle Personalization

184

V TO SELCT (Select)

185

Feature Settings Menu Items

185

AUTO UNLOCK

186

AUTO LOCK

186

REMOTE LOCK

187

REMOTE UNLOCK

187

DELAY LOCK

188

EXIT LIGHTNG (Lighting)

188

CHIME VOLUME

189

REMOTE START

190

FACTORY SETTNGS (Settings)

190

Setting the Time

192

Radio with Six-Disc CD (MP3)

193

Radio(s)

195

Radio Data System (RDS)

196

Playing the Radio

196

(Base Radio with CD)

198

Radio Messages

201

XM™ Satellite Radio Service

201

Radio Messages for XM™ Only

202

Care of Your CDs

202

^ button. A beep sounds

204

Using the DVD Player

208

DVD-V (Video) Display Buttons

210

DVD-A (Audio) Display Buttons

211

Inserting a Disc

211

DVD Radio Error Messages

212

Z or DVD/CD AUX button

212

Six-Disc CD Player)

214

S c (previous)

215

Order of Play

216

File System and Naming

216

Preprogrammed Playlists

216

Playing an MP3/WMA

217

DVD Player)

219

Root Directory

220

Empty Directory or Folder

220

No Folder

220

XM Radio Messages

224

Navigation/Radio System

225

Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE)

225

Parental Control

226

Before You Drive

226

Headphones

226

Audio/Video (A/V) Jacks

227

Audio Output

228

Video Screen

229

Remote Control

229

Remote Control Buttons

230

Battery Replacement

232

DVD Display Error Messages

233

DVD Distortion

233

Theft-Deterrent Feature

234

Audio Steering Wheel Controls

234

Radio Reception

235

Multi-Band Antenna

236

Control of a Vehicle

240

Antilock Brake System (ABS)

241

Braking in Emergencies

242

StabiliTrak

243

All-Wheel Drive (AWD) System

244

Steering

245

Steering Tips

246

Steering in Emergencies

247

Off-Road Recovery

248

Loss of Control

248

Skidding

249

Driving at Night

250

Before Leaving on a Long Trip

252

Highway Hypnosis

252

Winter Driving

254

Label Example

259

Example 1

260

Example 2 Example 3

261

Dinghy Towing (Vehicles with

264

5-speed Transmission)

264

6-speed Transmission)

264

Dolly Towing (Vehicles with

266

Weight of the Trailer

269

Weight of the Trailer Tongue

270

Safety Chains

271

Trailer Brakes

271

Following Distance

273

Backing Up

273

Making Turns

273

Parking on a Hill

275

Accessories and Modifications

279

Your Vehicle

281

Gasoline Octane

281

Gasoline Specifications

282

California Fuel

282

Additives

282

Fuels in Foreign Countries

283

Hood Release

287

Engine Compartment Overview

288

Engine Oil

291

When to Add Engine Oil

292

• GM6094M

293

• SAE 5W-30

293

Engine Oil Life System

294

What to Do with Used Oil

295

Engine Air Cleaner/Filter

296

Automatic Transmission Fluid

298

Engine Coolant

298

Overheated Engine Protection

302

Operating Mode

302

Power Steering Fluid

308

Windshield Washer Fluid

309

Replacing Brake System Parts

312

All-Wheel Drive

320

Drive Module)

321

Headlamp Aiming

322

License Plate Lamp

326

Replacement Bulbs

326

Windshield Wiper Blade

327

Replacement

327

Tire Sidewall Labeling

329

: The type of cord and

330

: The compact spare tire

330

Inflation - Tire Pressure

335

When to Check

336

How to Check

336

Tire Pressure Monitor System

338

TPMS Sensor Matching Process

342

Tire Inspection and Rotation

343

When It Is Time for New Tires

345

Treadwear

349

Traction – AA, A, B, C

349

Temperature – A, B, C

349

Removing the Flat Tire and

355

Installing the Spare Tire

355

Appearance Care

364

Fabric/Carpet

366

Using Cleaner on Fabric

367

Washing Your Vehicle

369

Finish Care

370

Windshield and Wiper Blades

370

• Extreme dusty conditions

371

• Sand and salt

371

• Heat and sun

371

Sheet Metal Damage

372

Finish Damage

372

Underbody Maintenance

372

Chemical Paint Spotting

372

Vehicle Identification

374

Electrical System

375

Instrument Panel Fuse Block

376

Engine Compartment Fuse Block

378

Capacities and Specifications

381

Engine Specifications

382

Maintenance Schedule

384

Scheduled Maintenance

386

Additional Required Services

388

Maintenance Footnotes

389

Owner Checks and Services

390

At Each Fuel Fill

390

Recommended Fluids and

394

Lubricants

394

Maintenance Replacement Parts

396

Engine Drive Belt Routing

397

Maintenance Record

398

Maintenance Record (cont’d)

399

Customer Assistance and

402

Information

402

Online Owner Center

404

Customer Assistance for Text

405

Telephone (TTY) Users

405

Customer Assistance Offices

405

GM Mobility Reimbursement

406

Roadside Assistance Program

407

Courtesy Transportation

410

Public Transportation or Fuel

411

Reimbursement

411

Courtesy Rental Vehicle

411

Collision Damage Repair

412

Insuring Your Vehicle

413

If a Crash Occurs

413

Reporting Safety Defects

415

Service Manuals

416

Service Bulletins

416

Owner Information

416

Vehicle Data Recording and

417

Event Data Recorders

418

Navigation System

419

Radio Frequency

419

Identification (RFID)

419

Inhaltsverzeichnis

Canadian Owners

3

Section 1 Overview

5

Overview

6

Getting Started

8

Language

10

English/Metric Units

10

Deleting Personal Information

10

Entering an Address

11

Storing Preset Destinations

13

Cleaning the Video Screen

14

Features and Controls

16

Alpha-Numeric Keyboard

17

Map Coverage

18

Installing the DVD Map Disc

18

Ejecting the DVD Map Disc

19

Map Adjustments

20

Map Scales

20

Scrolling the Map

20

Driving on a Route

26

Auto Reroute

27

Destination

28

Point of Interest (POI)

31

Address Book

32

Previous Destination

33

From Map

34

Map Coordinates

35

Preset Destination

36

Getting Started on Your Route

37

Voice Volume

38

Add Stopover

39

Adding Destinations to the

40

Adding or Changing Preset

40

Destinations

40

Configure Menu

41

Nav (Navigation)

42

Route Preference

43

Edit Address Book — Edit/View

43

Map Database Information

45

Display Off

46

Setting the Time

47

Rear Vision Camera

48

{CAUTION:

49

Rear Vision Camera Location

50

Vehicle Positioning

53

Problems with Route Guidance

54

If the System Needs Service

54

Ordering Map DVDs

55

Navigation Audio System

58

Finding a Station

59

Storing Radio Station Presets

61

Sound Menu

61

Setting the Tone

62

Adjusting the Speakers

62

Automatic Equalization

62

Rear Seat Audio (RSA)

62

Radio Menu

63

Radio Data System (RDS)

64

XM™ Satellite Radio Service

65

CD Player

66

Playing an Audio CD

68

File System and Naming

71

CD Messages

73

DVD Player

74

Fading With a Bose

79

Surround Sound

79

DVD Messages

79

Auxiliary Devices

80

Section 4 Voice Recognition

81

Voice Recognition

82

Voice Recognition Commands

84





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