Customer Assistance Center, Ford U. Department of Transportation requires Ford to give you the following information about tire grades exactly as the government has written it. While holding the webbing below the tongue, grasp the tip metal portion of the tongue so that it is parallel to the webbing and slide the tongue upward. This may overheat the engine, damage the transaxle, or damage the tires. Do not stack multiple floor mats over the Ford original equipment floor mats as they are not positively retained.
However, if the collision was. At higher speeds, the Speed Dependent feature shortens the delay between wipes when you use the variable interval wipers. From behind the seat, pull straight back on the release controls located on each side of the seat, releasing the rear floor latches. Console features are detailed in the following illustration. Try to pull more belt out of the retractor.
Turn it clockwise until it stops. Using the clip attached to the end of the shoulder belt s , clip the end of the belt to the stationary portion of the shoulder belt coming out of the trim panel. However, if the collision was minor and a qualified technician finds that the child restraints do not show damage and continue to operate properly, they do not need to be replaced. Clip the tether strap to the seat frame. If Ford Accessory Running Boards have been installed, use the jack adapters supplied with the running boards as described on the inside of the jack storage area. If you cannot, the belt is in the automatic locking mode. This will take up to three circles to complete calibration.
The tape scans in a forward direction. The purpose is to minimize extended battery drain if the lights have inadvertently been left on or if a door or the glove box is not completely closed. Speed control may shut off if you are towing on long, steep grades. Release the lever to lock the wheel in place. It can be opened by pulling up and toward the instrument panel. Lift and remove the cabin air filter.
. Forward-facing child seats used in the front seat must have the passenger seat moved as far back from the instrument panel as possible. Reproduction by any means, electronic or mechanical including photocopying, recording or by any information storage and retrieval system or translation in whole or part is not permitted without written authorization from Ford Motor Company. The vehicle has run out of fuel. If additional braking is needed, shift into 2 Second or 1 First gear. Align seat front hooks to front tub pins, lower back of seat into the rear tubs until both release controls latch into place. Ford Motor Company recommends obeying posted speed limits.
Servicing Your Vehicle If You Tow If you tow a trailer for a long distance, your vehicle will need to be serviced more frequently than usual. If the door does not rest in the fully open position, repeat Steps 1—4 again. You can connect either jumper cable to the positive + terminal, as long as you use the same cable for both positive terminals. When an unauthorized entry occurs, the system triggers and will: flash the low beam headlamps, parking lamps, and alarm indicator lamp honk the horn disable the starting circuit to prevent the vehicle from being started Arming the System. The control s are located on the trim panel in front of the sliding door. Connect the negative - cable to the negative - terminal of the assisting battery.
Repair of damage caused by using a fuel that your vehicle was not designed for may not be covered by your warranty. The relearning process will automatically complete as you drive the vehicle. When we can, we design parts that do not need to be serviced. Refer to the Scheduled Maintenance Guide for the service interval schedules. Using the Parking Brake The parking brake should be used whenever you park your vehicle.
When working near the battery, always shield your face and protect your eyes. Operating the HomeLink Universal Transceiver Once programmed, the HomeLink Universal Transceiver can be used in. To close it, press the raised area of the switch. Insert the left and right safety belt tongues into the left and right slots of the crotch buckle. We strongly recommend that you use them every time you travel in your vehicle. Never wear the shoulder belt under the arm.
Remove particles such as bird droppings, tree sap, insect remains, tar. The color green must appear in the indicator window on each tongue when buckled. Check the coolant level following the instructions on checking and adding coolant to your engine in this Owner Guide. If you must work under a vehicle, use safety stands. Do not touch the bulb with your skin or you could shatter the bulb.