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Replacement panels: Your Ford Dealer will require the following if you need to order a replacement panel: Your name and address. The vehicle identification number (visible in the corner of the windscreen). The audio unit type. Proof of identification (i.e. drivers license). A vehicle invoice (if the audio unit was installed in the vehicle prior to delivery) or a parts invoice if the audio unit was purchased separately form the vehicle, or an appropriate vehicle registration document. 8. Clock: Press and hold until the hour digit flashes. Turn the volume control to increase/decrease the hours. Press again to set the minutes. Turn the volume control to increase/decrease the minutes. 9. Power/volume: Press to turn VOL ON/OFF ON/OFF; turn to increase or decrease volume levels. The system may function for up to an hour after the ignition is turned off. 10. Scan: Press for a brief sampling SCAN of all listenable radio stations or CD tracks. Press again to stop. 11. Bass/Treble: Press once for BASS/TREB FADE/BAL bass, twice for treble. Turn the volume control to increase/decrease the output. The display will indicate the level selected. 12. Fade/Balance: Press once for BASS/TREB FADE/BAL fade and twice for balance. Turn the volume control to shift sound to the rear/front speakers or to the left/right speakers. 13. Eject: Press to eject the CD.
6006 AM/FM SOUND SYSTEM WITH 6DISC IN DASH CHANGER
6 DISC CD PLAYER
LOAD 6006 CD TUNER SCAN CLK MENU SEEK CD
TREB BAL SEEK AM/FM
9006 AM/FM SOUND SYSTEM WITH 6DISC IN DASH CHANGER
1. CD Door: Insert the disc with the playing side down and printed side up. 2. Load: Press to load a CD. WAIT LOAD will appear in the display then change to INSERT. Insert the CD. LOAD and a disc icon will flash in the display. Repeat this step to load up to 6 CDs. 3. Seek (reverse/fast forward): SEEK / for Press and release SEEK previous (reverse)/next (fast SEEK forward) strong station or CD track. 4. CD: Press to engage CD mode. CD CDs and tracks are selected and played chronologically. Disc one will follow disc six. Press the AM/FM control to restore radio reception without ejecting the disc. CD eject during playback: Press the eject control during CD playback to eject the CD. Press again to cancel the eject process. To eject another disc, press the preset control that corresponds to the desired disc then press EJ. EJECT CD will appear in the display. REMOVE will appear as the disc is held ready to be removed. If not removed, the audio system will the disc in again and playback will begin. INSERT is displayed briefly to allow a new disc to be inserted if desired. 5. AM/FM: Press to toggle between AM/FM1/FM2 frequency bands and AM/FM or press to stop CD play.
PERIMETER ALARM SYSTEM (IF EQUIPPED) The perimeter anti-theft system will help prevent your vehicle from unauthorized entry. If there is any potential perimeter anti-theft problem with your vehicle, ensure ALL remote entry transmitters are taken to the dealership to aid in troubleshooting. Arming the system When armed, this system will respond if unauthorized entry is attempted. When unauthorized entry occurs, the system will flash the parking lamps and will sound the horn. The system is ready to arm whenever key is removed from the ignition. Either of the following actions will prearm the alarm system: Press the control on the remote entry transmitter. Lock the doors with the key in the key cylinder. Open a door and press the power door lock control to lock all the doors, and then close the door. Disarming the system You can disarm the system by any of the following actions: control on your remote entry Unlock the doors by pressing the transmitter. Unlock the doors with a key. Turn the key full travel (toward the front of the vehicle) to ensure the alarm disarms. Triggering the anti-theft system The armed system will be triggered if any door, liftgate/trunk or the hood is opened without using the key or the remote entry transmitter.
SEATING Notes: Reclining the seatback can cause an occupant to slide under the seats safety belt, resulting in severe personal injuries in the event of a collision. Do not pile cargo higher than the seatbacks to reduce the risk of injury in a collision or sudden stop. Adjustable head restraints (if equipped) Your vehicles seats may be equipped with head restraints which are vertically adjustable. The purpose of these head restraints is to help limit head motion in the event of a rear collision. To properly adjust your head restraints, lift the head restraint so that it is located directly behind your head or as close to that position as possible. Refer to the following to raise and lower the head restraints. Push or pull the head restraint to raise it to the desired height. To lower, push the button in the collar around the stem.
The rear head restraints can be removed altogether if the left-hand locking button is pressed.
Adjusting the front manual seat Pull the lever located under the front edge of the seat to move the seat forward or backward. Turn the control to adjust the lumbar support.
The supplemental restraint system is designed to work with the safety belt to help protect the driver and right front passenger from certain upper body injuries. Air bags DO NOT inflate slowly or gently, and the risk of injury from a deploying air bag is the greatest close to the trim covering the air bag module.
Important SRS precautions The SRS is designed to work with the safety belt to help protect the driver and right front passenger from certain upper body injuries. Air bags DO NOT inflate slowly; there is a risk of injury from a deploying air bag.
All occupants of the vehicle, including the driver, should always properly wear their safety belts, even when an air bag (SRS) is provided. Always transport children 12 years old and under in the back seat and always properly use appropriate child restraints. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) recommends a minimum distance of at least 25 cm (10 inches) between an occupants chest and the driver air bag module. Never place your arm over the air bag module as a deploying air bag can result in serious arm fractures or other injuries. To properly position yourself away from the air bag: Move your seat to the rear as far as you can while still reaching the pedals comfortably. Recline the seat slightly one or two degrees from the upright position. Do not put anything on or over the air bag module. Placing objects on or over the air bag inflation area may cause those objects to be propelled by the air bag into your face and torso causing serious injury. 90
Do not attempt to service, repair, or modify the air bag supplemental restraint systems or its fuses. See your Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealer. Children and air bags Children must always be properly restrained. Accident statistics suggest that children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seating positions than in the front seating position. Failure to follow these instructions may increase the risk of injury in a collision. Air bags can kill or injure a child in a child seat. NEVER place a rear-facing child seat in front of an active air bag. If you must use a forward-facing child seat in the front seat, move the seat all the way back.
Disposal of air bags and air bag equipped vehicles For disposal of air bags or air bag equipped vehicles, see your local dealership or qualified technician. Air bags MUST BE disposed of by qualified personnel. SAFETY RESTRAINTS FOR CHILDREN See the following sections for directions on how to properly use safety restraints for children. Also see Air bag supplemental restraint system (SRS) in this chapter for special instructions about using air bags. Rear-facing child seats or infant carriers should never be placed in the front seats. 95
Always transport children 12 years old and under in the back seat and always use appropriate child restraints. Accident statistics indicate that children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seats. Do not leave children, unreliable adults, or pets unattended in your vehicle. Safety belts and seats can become hot in a vehicle that has been closed up in sunny weather, they could burn a small child. Check seat covers and buckles before you place a child anywhere near them. Important child restraint precautions You are required by law to use safety restraints for children in the U.S. and Canada. If small children (generally children who are four years old or younger and who weigh 18 kg [40 lbs] or less) ride in your vehicle, you must put them in safety seats made especially for children. Check your local and state or provincial laws for specific requirements regarding the safety of children in your vehicle. When possible, always place children under age 12 in the rear seat of your vehicle. Accident statistics suggest that children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seating positions than in the front seating position. Never let a passenger hold a child on his or her lap while the vehicle is moving. The passenger cannot protect the child from injury in a collision. Always follow the instructions and warnings that come with any infant or child restraint you might use. Children and safety belts If the child is the proper size, restrain the child in a safety seat. Children who are too large for child safety seats (as specified by your child safety seat manufacturer) should always wear safety belts. Follow all the important safety restraint and air bag precautions that apply to adult passengers in your vehicle. If the shoulder belt portion of a combination lap and shoulder belt can be positioned so it does not cross or rest in front of the childs face or 96
neck, the child should wear the lap and shoulder belt. Moving the child closer to the center of the vehicle may help provide a good shoulder belt fit. Do not leave children, unreliable adults, or pets unattended in your vehicle. Child booster seats Children outgrow a typical convertible or toddler seat when they weigh 40 pounds and are around 4 years of age. Although the lap/shoulder belt will provide some protection, these children are still too small for lap/shoulder belts to fit properly, which could increase the risk of serious injury. To improve the fit of both the lap and shoulder belt on children who have outgrown child safety seats, Ford Motor Company recommends use of a belt-positioning booster. Booster seats position a child so that safety belts fit better. They lift the child up so that the lap belt rests low across the hips and the knees bend comfortably. Booster seats also make the shoulder belt fit better and more comfortably for growing children. When children should use booster seats Children need to use booster seats from the time they outgrow the toddler seat until they are big enough for the vehicle seat and lap/shoulder belt to fit properly. Generally this is when they weigh about 80 lbs (about 8 to 12 years old). Booster seats should be used until you can answer YES to ALL of these questions: Can the child sit all the way back against the vehicle seat back with knees bent comfortably at the edge of the seat without slouching?
Attach the tether strap only to the appropriate tether anchor as shown. The tether strap may not work properly if attached somewhere other than the correct tether anchor. 1. Position the child safety seat on the seat cushion. 2. Route the child safety seat tether strap over the back of the seat. On hatchbacks, the removable luggage area cover must be removed prior to attaching the tether strap to the tether anchor. On wagons, it may be necessary to remove the cargo cover assembly prior to attaching the tether strap to the tether anchor. The tether must not go around the cargo cover retractor assembly. For vehicles with adjustable head restraints, route the tether strap under the head restraint and between the head restraint posts, otherwise route the tether strap over the top of the seatback. 3. Locate the correct anchor for the selected seating position.
4. On a sedan, open the tether anchor cover.
5. Clip the tether strap to the anchor as shown. If the tether strap is clipped incorrectly, the child safety seat may not be retained properly in the event of a collision.
6. Refer to the Installing child safety seats in combination lap and shoulder belt seating positions section of this chapter for further instructions to secure the child safety seat. 7. Tighten the child safety seat tether strap according to the manufacturers instructions. If the safety seat is not anchored properly, the risk of a child being injured in a collision greatly increases. Attaching child safety seats with Lower Anchor and Tethers for Children (LATCH) attachments for child seat anchors Some child safety seats have two rigid or webbing mounted attachments that connect to two anchors at specific seating positions in your vehicle. This type of child seat eliminates the need to use seat belts to attach the child seat. For forward-facing child seats, the tether strap must also be attached to the proper tether anchor point. For information on using tether straps with the child safety seats, refer to Attaching safety seats with tether straps in this chapter. LATCH anchors for child seat installation have been provided in your vehicle at the following locations: The anchors on both sides of the center of the rear seat are provided primarily for child seats at the outboard seats and are further apart than the pairs of lower anchors for child seat installation at other seats. A child seat with rigid LATCH attachments cannot be installed at the center rear seat. A child seat with 105
Hitting a patch of ice Changing lanes on a snow-rutted road Entering a snow-free road from a snow-covered side street, or vice versa Entering a paved road from a gravel road, or vice versa Hitting a curb while turning Cornering at excessive speeds while towing a heavily loaded trailer (refer to Trailer Towing in this chapter) The AdvanceTrac system automatically turns on when the engine is started. However, the system does not function when the vehicle is traveling in R (Reverse). The AdvanceTrac button allows the driver to control the availability of the AdvanceTrac system. AdvanceTrac system status is indicated by a sliding car icon indicator light in the instrument cluster when the system is active. If a failure is detected in the AdvanceTrac system, the sliding car icon indicator light in the instrument cluster will stay on. If the vehicle is stuck in snow or mud or when driving in deep sand, switching off the AdvanceTrac system may be beneficial so the wheels are allowed to spin. If your vehicle seems to lose engine power while driving in deep sand or very deep snow, switching off the AdvanceTrac stability enhancement feature will restore full engine power and will enhance momentum through the obstacle. Some drivers may notice a slight movement of the brake pedal when the AdvanceTrac performs a system self-check. During AdvanceTrac operation you may experience the following: A rumble or grinding noise A slight deceleration of the vehicle The TRAC ACTIVE indicator light will illuminate If your foot is on the brake pedal, you will feel a vibration in the pedal. If the driving condition is severe and your foot is not on the brake, the brake pedal will move to apply higher brake forces. You may also hear a whoosh of air from under the instrument panel during this severe condition. 114
All these conditions are normal during AdvanceTrac operation. Do not alter or modify your vehicles suspension or steering; the resulting changes to the vehicles handling can adversely affect the AdvanceTrac system. Also, do not install a stereo loudspeaker near the front center console or under either front seat. The speaker vibrations can adversely affect the AdvanceTrac sensors located in this area. Aggressive driving in any road conditions can cause you to lose control of your vehicle increasing the risk of severe personal injury or property damage. The occurrence of an AdvanceTrac event is an indication that at least some of the tires have exceeded their ability to grip the road; this may lead to an increased risk of loss of vehicle control, vehicle rollover, personal injury and death. If you experience a severe road event, SLOW DOWN. STEERING To prevent damage to the power steering system: Never hold the steering wheel at its furthest turning points (until it stops) for more than a few seconds when the engine is running. Do not operate the vehicle with a low power steering pump fluid level (below the MIN mark on the reservoir). If the power steering system breaks down (or if the engine is turned off), you can steer the vehicle manually, but it takes more effort. If the steering wanders or pulls, check for: an improperly inflated tire uneven tire wear loose or worn suspension components loose or worn steering components improper steering alignment AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION OPERATION (IF EQUIPPED) Brake-shift interlock This vehicle is equipped with a brake-shift interlock feature that prevents the gearshift lever from being moved from P (Park) when the ignition is in the ON position unless the brake pedal is depressed. 115
If necessary, try turning the Traction Control or AdvanceTrac system off. This will allow the wheels to spin, which may help to free your stuck vehicle. For more information, refer to Traction Control (if equipped) or AdvanceTrac stability enhancement system (if equipped) in this chapter. Do not rock the vehicle if the engine is not at normal operating temperature or damage to the transmission may occur. Do not rock the vehicle for more than a minute or damage to the transmission and tires may occur, or the engine may overheat. MANUAL TRANSMISSION OPERATION (IF EQUIPPED)
Using the clutch The manual transaxle has a starter interlock that prevents cranking the engine unless the clutch pedal is fully depressed. To start the vehicle: 1. Make sure the parking brake is fully set. 2. Press the clutch pedal to the floor, then put the gearshift lever in the neutral position. 3. Start the engine, then press the brake pedal and release the parking brake. 4. Move the gearshift lever to the desired gear, then slowly release the clutch pedal while slowly pressing on the accelerator. Do not drive with your foot resting on the clutch pedal or use the clutch pedal to hold your vehicle at a standstill while waiting on a hill. These actions will reduce the life of the clutch. Reverse Make sure that your vehicle is at a complete stop before you shift into R (Reverse). Failure to do so may damage the transaxle. If your vehicle is equipped with the SPI engine, move the gearshift lever fully to the right, then back into R (Reverse). 119
If your vehicle is equipped with the Zetec engine or 2.3L engine, you must lift the locking ring (1), then move the gearshift lever fully to the right, then back into R (Reverse) (2).
Parking your vehicle 1. Apply the brake and shift into the neutral position. 2. Fully apply the parking brake, then shift into 1 (First). 3. Turn the ignition off. Do not park your vehicle in Neutral, it may move unexpectedly and injure someone. Use 1 (First) gear and set the parking brake fully. Removing the key Turn the ignition off, push the release lever (located above the ignition), then turn the key toward you and remove the key. DRIVING THROUGH WATER If driving through deep or standing water is unavoidable, proceed very slowly especially if the depth is not known. Never drive through water that is higher than the bottom of the hubs (for trucks) or the bottom of the wheel rims (for cars). Traction or brake capability may be limited and your vehicle may stall. Water may also enter your engines air intake and severely damage your engine. Once through the water, always dry the brakes by moving your vehicle slowly while applying light pressure on the brake pedal. Wet brakes do not stop the vehicle as quickly as dry brakes. Driving through deep water where the transmission vent tube is submerged may allow water into the transmission and cause internal transmission damage. VEHICLE LOADING Before loading a vehicle, familiarize yourself with the following terms: 120
GETTING ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE To fully assist you should you have a vehicle concern, Ford Motor Company offers a complimentary roadside assistance program. This program is separate from the New Vehicle Limited Warranty. The service is available: 24hours, seven days a week for the New Vehicle Limited Warranty period of three years or 60,000 km (36,000 miles), whichever occurs first on Ford and Mercury vehicles, and four years or 80,000 km (50,000 miles) on Lincoln vehicles. Roadside assistance will cover: changing a flat tire jump-starts lock-out assistance limited fuel delivery towing of your disabled vehicle to the nearest Ford Motor Company dealership, or your selling dealer if within 56.3 km (35 miles) of the nearest Ford Motor Company dealership (one tow per disablement). Even non-warranty related tows, like accidents or getting stuck in the mud or snow, are covered (some exclusions apply, such as impound towing or repossession). Canadian customers refer to your Owner Information Guide for information on: coverage period exact fuel amounts towing of your disabled vehicle emergency travel expense reimbursement travel planning benefits
USING ROADSIDE ASSISTANCE Complete the roadside assistance identification card and place it in your wallet for quick reference. In the United States, this card is found in the Owner Guide portfolio in the glove compartment in Ford vehicles and is mailed to you if you own a Mercury or Lincoln. In Canada, the card is found in the Owner Information Guide in the glove compartment.
U.S. Ford or Mercury vehicle customers who require roadside assistance, call 18002413673; Lincoln vehicle customers call 18005214140. Canadian customers who require roadside assistance, call 18006652006. If you need to arrange roadside assistance for yourself, Ford Motor Company will reimburse a reasonable amount. To obtain reimbursement information, U.S. Ford or Mercury vehicles customers call 1-800-241-3673; Lincoln vehicle customers call 18005214140. Canadian customers who need to obtain reimbursement information, call 18006652006. ROADSIDE COVERAGE BEYOND BASIC WARRANTY In the United States, you may purchase additional roadside assistance coverage beyond this period through the Ford Auto Club by contacting your Ford or Lincoln Mercury dealer. Similarly in Canada, for uninterrupted Roadside Assistance coverage, you may purchase extended coverage prior to your Basic Warrantys Roadside Assistance expiring. For more information and enrollment, contact 18772942582 or visit our website at www.ford.ca. HAZARD FLASHER CONTROL The hazard flasher is located on the instrument panel by the radio. The hazard flashers will operate when the ignition is off. Push in the flasher control and all front and rear direction signals will flash. Press the flasher control again to turn them off. Use it when your vehicle is disabled and is creating a safety hazard for other motorists. Note: With extended use, the flasher may run down your battery. FUEL PUMP SHUT-OFF SWITCH
settlement have failed. This procedure is without cost to you and is designed to eliminate the need for lengthy and expensive legal proceedings. In the CAMVAP program, impartial third-party arbitrators conduct hearings at mutually convenient times and places in an informal environment. These impartial arbitrators review the positions of the parties, make decisions and, when appropriate, render awards to resolve disputes. CAMVAP decisions are fast, fair, and final; the arbitrators award is binding both to you and Ford of Canada. CAMVAP services are available in all territories and provinces. For more information, without charge or obligation, call your CAMVAP Provincial Administrator directly at 1-800-207-0685. GETTING ASSISTANCE OUTSIDE THE U.S. AND CANADA Before exporting your vehicle to a foreign country, contact the appropriate foreign embassy or consulate. These officials can inform you of local vehicle registration regulations and where to find unleaded fuel. If you cannot find unleaded fuel or can only get fuel with an anti-knock index lower than is recommended for your vehicle, contact a district or owner relations/customer relationship office. The use of leaded fuel in your vehicle without proper conversion may damage the effectiveness of your emission control system and may cause engine knocking or serious engine damage. Ford Motor Company/Ford of Canada is not responsible for any damage caused by use of improper fuel. In the United States, using leaded fuel may also result in difficulty importing your vehicle back into the U.S. If your vehicle must be serviced while you are traveling or living in Central or South America, the Caribbean, or the Middle East, contact the nearest Ford dealership. If the dealership cannot help you, write or call: FORD MOTOR COMPANY WORLDWIDE DIRECT MARKET OPERATIONS 1555 Fairlane Drive Fairlane Business Park #3 Allen Park, Michigan 48101 U.S.A. Telephone: (313) 594-4857 FAX: (313) 390-0804 If you are in another foreign country, contact the nearest Ford dealership. If the dealership employees cannot help you, they can direct you to the nearest Ford affiliate office. 151
If you buy your vehicle in North America and then relocate outside of the U.S. or Canada, register your vehicle identification number (VIN) and new address with Ford Motor Company Worldwide Direct Market Operations. ORDERING ADDITIONAL OWNERS LITERATURE To order the publications in this portfolio, contact Helm, Incorporated at: HELM, INCORPORATED P.O. Box 07150 Detroit, Michigan 48207 Or call: For a free publication catalog, order toll free: 1-800-782-4356 Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. EST Helm, Incorporated can also be reached by their website: www.helminc.com. (Items in this catalog may be purchased by credit card, check or money order.) Obtaining a French owners guide French Owners Guides can be obtained from your dealer or by writing to Ford Motor Company of Canada, Limited, Service Publications, P.O. Box 1580, Station B, Mississauga, Ontario L4Y 4G3. IN CALIFORNIA (U.S. ONLY) California Civil Code Section 1793.2(d) requires that, if a manufacturer or its representative is unable to repair a motor vehicle to conform to the vehicles applicable express warranty after a reasonable number of attempts, the manufacturer shall be required to either replace the vehicle with one substantially identical or repurchase the vehicle and reimburse the buyer in an amount equal to the actual price paid or payable by the consumer (less a reasonable allowance for consumer use). The consumer has the right to choose whether to receive a refund or replacement vehicle. California Civil Code Section 1793.22(b) presumes that the manufacturer has had a reasonable number of attempts to conform the vehicle to its applicable express warranties if, within the first 18 months of ownership of a new vehicle or the first 29,000 km (18,000 miles), whichever occurs first: 1. Two or more repair attempts are made on the same nonconformity likely to cause death or serious bodily injury OR 152
2. Four or more repair attempts are made on the same nonconformity (a defect or condition that substantially impairs the use, value or safety of the vehicle) OR 3. The vehicle is out of service for repair of nonconformities for a total of more than 30 calendar days (not necessarily all at one time) In the case of 1 or 2 above, the consumer must also notify the manufacturer of the need for the repair of the nonconformity at the following address: Ford Motor Company 16800 Executive Plaza Drive Mail Drop 3NE-B Dearborn, MI 48126 REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS (U.S. ONLY) If you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause a crash or could cause injury or death, you should immediately inform the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) in addition to notifying Ford Motor Company. If NHTSA receives similar complaints, it may open an investigation, and if it finds that a safety defect exists in a group of vehicles, it may order a recall and remedy campaign. However, NHTSA cannot become involved in individual problems between you, your dealer, or Ford Motor Company. To contact NHTSA, you may either call the Auto Safety Hotline toll-free at 18004249393 (or 3660123 in the Washington D.C. area) or write to: NHTSA U.S. Department of Transportation Washington, D.C. 20590 You can also obtain other information about motor vehicle safety from the Hotline.
WASHING THE EXTERIOR Wash your vehicle regularly with cool or lukewarm water and a neutral Ph shampoo, such as Motorcraft Detail Wash (ZC-3A), which is available from your dealer. Never use strong household detergents or soap, such as dish washing or laundry liquid. These products can discolor and spot painted surfaces. Never wash a vehicle that is hot to the touch or during exposure to strong, direct sunlight. Always use a clean sponge or carwash mitt with plenty of water for best results. Dry the vehicle with a chamois or soft terry cloth towel in order to eliminate water spotting. It is especially important to wash the vehicle regularly during the winter months, as dirt and road salt are difficult to remove and cause damage to the vehicle. Immediately remove items such as gasoline, diesel fuel, bird droppings and insect deposits because they can cause damage to the vehicles paintwork and trim over time. Remove any exterior accessories, such as antennas, before entering a car wash. Suntan lotions and insect repellents can damage any painted surface; if these substances come in contact with your vehicle, wash off as soon as possible.
WAXING Applying a polymer paint sealant to your vehicle every six months will assist in reducing minor scratches and paint damage. Wash the vehicle first. Do not use waxes that contain abrasives. Do not allow paint sealant to come in contact with any non-body (low-gloss black) colored trim, such as grained door handles, roof racks, bumpers, side moldings, mirror housings or the windshield cowl area. The paint sealant will gray or stain the parts over time.
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1. Power steering fluid reservoir 2. Engine oil filler cap 3. Brake/Clutch fluid reservoir 4. Power distribution box 5. Battery 6. Windshield washer fluid reservoir 7. Air filter service minder 8. Automatic transaxle fluid dipstick (if equipped) 9. Engine oil dipstick 10. Engine coolant reservoir
WINDSHIELD WASHER FLUID Add fluid to fill the reservoir if the level is low. In very cold weather, do not fill the reservoir completely. Only use a washer fluid that meets Ford specification WSB-M8B16A2. Refer to Lubricant specifications in this chapter.
State or local regulations on volatile organic compounds may restrict the use of methanol, a common windshield washer antifreeze additive. Washer fluids containing non-methanol antifreeze agents should be used only if they provide cold weather protection without damaging the vehicles paint finish, wiper blades or washer system. If you operate your vehicle in temperatures below 4.5 C (40 F), use washer fluid with antifreeze protection. Failure to use washer fluid with antifreeze protection in cold weather could result in impaired windshield vision and increase the risk of injury or accident. Note: Do not put washer fluid in the engine coolant reservoir. Washer fluid placed in the cooling system may harm engine and cooling system components. Checking and adding washer fluid for the liftgate Washer fluid for the liftgate is supplied by the same reservoir as the windshield. ENGINE OIL Checking the engine oil Refer to the scheduled maintenance guide for the appropriate intervals for checking the engine oil. 1. Make sure the vehicle is on level ground.
2. Turn the engine off and wait a few minutes for the oil to drain into the oil pan. 3. Set the parking brake and ensure the gearshift is securely latched in P (automatic transaxle) or 1st (manual transaxle). 4. Open the hood. Protect yourself from engine heat. 5. Locate and carefully remove the engine oil indicator (dipstick). 2.0L SPI/2.3L I4engine
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6. Wipe the indicator clean. Insert the indicator fully, then remove it again. If the oil level is between the MIN and MAX marks (2.0L SPI/2.3 engine) or between ADD and FULL (2.0L Zetec engine), the oil level is acceptable. DO NOT ADD OIL. 2.0L SPI
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If the oil level is below the MIN/ADD mark, add enough oil to raise the level within the MIN-MAX/ADD-FULL range. Oil levels above the MAX/FULL mark may cause engine damage. Some oil must be removed from the engine by a service technician. 7. Put the indicator back in and ensure it is fully seated. Adding engine oil 1. Check the engine oil. For instructions, refer to Checking the engine oil in this chapter. 2. If the engine oil level is not within the normal range, add only certified engine oil of the recommended viscosity. Remove the engine oil filler cap and use a funnel to pour the engine oil into the opening. 3. Recheck the engine oil level. Make sure the oil level is not above the MAX mark on the engine oil level indicator (dipstick). 4. Install the indicator and ensure it is fully seated. 5. Fully install the engine oil filler cap by turning the filler cap clockwise tightly until clicks are heard, or until it is snug. To avoid possible oil loss, DO NOT operate the vehicle with the engine oil level indicator and/or the engine oil filler cap removed. 168
INFORMATION ABOUT UNIFORM TIRE QUALITY GRADING New vehicles are fitted with tires that have a rating on them called Tire Quality Grades. The Quality grades can be found where applicable on the tire sidewall between tread shoulder and maximum section width. For example: Treadwear 200 Traction AA Temperature A These Tire Quality Grades are determined by standards that the United States Department of Transportation has set. Tire Quality Grades apply to new pneumatic tires for use on passenger cars. They do not apply to deep tread, winter-type snow tires, space-saver or temporary use spare tires, tires with nominal rim diameters of 10 to 12 inches or limited production tires as defined in Title 49 Code of Federal Regulations Part 575.104(c)(2). U.S. Department of Transportation-Tire quality grades: The U.S. Department of Transportation requires Ford to give you the following information about tire grades exactly as the government has written it. Treadwear The treadwear grade is a comparative rating based on the wear rate of the tire when tested under controlled conditions on a specified government test course. For example, a tire graded 150 would wear one and one-half (1 1/2) times as well on the government course as a tire graded 100. The relative performance of tires depends upon the actual conditions of their use, however, and may depart significantly from the norm due to variations in driving habits, service practices, and differences in road characteristics and climate. Traction AA A B C The traction grades, from highest to lowest are AA, A, B, and C. The grades represent the tires ability to stop on wet pavement as measured under controlled conditions on specified government test surfaces of asphalt and concrete. A tire marked C may have poor traction performance. 192
The traction grade assigned to this tire is based on straight-ahead braking traction tests, and does not include acceleration, cornering, hydroplaning or peak traction characteristics. Temperature A B C The temperature grades are A (the highest), B and C, representing the tires resistance to the generation of heat and its ability to dissipate heat when tested under controlled conditions on a specified indoor laboratory test wheel. Sustained high temperature can cause the material of the tire to degenerate and reduce tire life, and excessive temperature can lead to sudden tire failure. The grade C corresponds to a level of performance which all passenger car tires must meet under the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard No. 109. Grades B and A represent higher levels of performance on the laboratory test wheel than the minimum required by law. The temperature grade for this tire is established for a tire that is properly inflated and not overloaded. Excessive speed, underinflation, or excessive loading, either separately or in combination, can cause heat buildup and possible tire failure. SERVICING YOUR TIRES Checking the tire pressure Use an accurate tire pressure gauge. Check the tire pressure when tires are cold, after the vehicle has been parked for at least one hour or has been driven less than 5 km (3 miles). Adjust tire pressure to recommended specifications found on the label on the inside of the fuel filler door or on the safety compliance label. Improperly inflated tires can affect vehicle handling and can fail suddenly, possibly resulting in loss of vehicle control. Tire rotation Because your vehicles tires perform different jobs, they often wear differently. To make sure your tires wear evenly and last longer, rotate them as indicated in the scheduled maintenance guide. If you notice that the tires wear unevenly, have them checked. 193
1. World manufacturer identifier 2. Brake type and gross vehicle weight rating (GVWR) 3. Vehicle line, series, body type 4. Engine type 5. Check digit 6. Model year 7. Assembly plant 8. Production sequence number Engine number The engine number (the last eight numbers of the vehicle identification number) is stamped on the engine block, transaxle, and frame.
FORD ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR VEHICLE A wide selection of genuine Ford accessories are available for your vehicle through your local authorized Ford, Lincoln, Mercury or Ford of Canada dealer. These quality accessories have been specifically engineered to fulfill your automotive needs; they are custom designed to complement the style and aerodynamic appearance of your vehicle. In addition, each accessory is made from high quality materials and meets or exceeds Fords rigorous engineering and safety specifications. Ford Motor Company will repair or replace any properly dealer-installed Ford accessory found to be defective in factory-supplied materials or workmanship during the warranty period, as well as any component damaged by the defective accessory. The accessory will be warranted for whichever provides you the greatest benefit: 12 months or 20,000 km (12,000 miles) (whichever occurs first), or the remainder of your new vehicle limited warranty. This means that genuine Ford accessories purchased along with your new vehicle and installed by the dealer are covered for the full length of your New Vehicles Limited Warranty 3 years or 60,000 km (36,000 miles) (whichever occurs first). Contact your dealer for details and a copy of the warranty. Not all accessories are available for all models.
Vehicle Security Remote keyless entry Styled wheel protector locks Vehicle security systems Comfort and convenience Cargo net Cargo organizer Cargo shade Cargo tray Dash trim Electrochromic compass mirror Electrochromic compass mirror with outside temperature Engine block heater Remote start Smokers pack 205
Travel equipment Automatic headlamp system Daytime running lights (DRL) First aid kit Fog lights Highway safety kit Luggage/cargo basket Navigation system Removable luggage rack Removable luggage rack adapters (bike, ski and snowboard) Speed control Protection and appearance equipment Car cover Carpet floor mats Chrome exhaust trim Door edge guards Door sill scuff plates Exterior B-pillar trim Flat splash guards Front end covers (full and mini) Ground effects kit Hood Deflectors Leather wrap steering wheel Molded splash guards Molded vinyl floor mats Projector headlamps Side window deflector Spoilers
Ford Focus via OBDII Connection
Ford Focus OBDII Connection ECU Technical Documentation Release 1.00
AIM has developed special applications for many of the most common ECUs: by special applications we mean user-friendly systems which allow to easily connect your ECU to our hi-tech data loggers: user need only to install harness between the logger and the ECU. Once connected, the logger displays (and/or records, depending on the logger) values like RPM, engine load, throttle position (TPS), air and water temperatures, battery voltage, speed, gear, lambda value (air/fuel ratio), analog channels etc All AIM loggers include free of charge Race Studio 2 software, a powerful tool to configure the system and analyze recorded data on your PC. Warning: once the ECU is connected to the logger, it is necessary to set it in the logger configuration in Race Studio 2 software. Select Manufacturer Ford and Model (depending on own car model refer to Communication protocols Chapter). Moreover refer to Race Studio configuration user manual for further information concerning the loggers configuration.
Chapter 1 Car Models.... 3 Chapter 2 OBDII CAN Communication Setup... 3 Chapter 3 OBDII position.... 4 Connections to AIM loggers... 5 Chapter 4 Ford communication protocols... 6
4.1 Ford Focus 2003-2004 communication protocol... 6 4.2 Ford Focus 2005-2007 communication protocol... 6 4.3 Ford Focus 2008 communication protocol... 7
Chapter 1 Car Models
Ford ECU is installed on the following car models: Focus 2003-2004 all models Focus 2005-2007 all models Focus 2008 all models
Chapter 2 OBDII CAN Communication Setup
In all Ford Focus models listed in the previous chapter (ECU communicates On Board Diagnostic values to AIM loggers through the CAN bus (ISO 15765/4) communication protocol. It works with EVO4, MXL, EVO3, XGLog, ECU Bridge, using OBDII standard connector. OBDII standard connector and its pinout are (see below):
Function Bus positive Line of SAE-J1850 Chassis Ground Signal Ground CAN + (ISO 15765-4 and SAE J2234) K Line of ISO 9141-2 and ISO 14230-4 Bus negative Line of SAE-J1850 CAN (ISO 15765-4 and SAE-J2234) L line of ISO 9141-2 and ISO 14230-4 Battery voltage
Chapter 3 OBDII position
OBDII connector position depends on the car model. The scheme below shows some of the most common OBDII connector position.
Drivers side, underneath dashboard, in the area under the steering column, +and150 mm (i.e.,+/-6 inches on either side of the steering column). Driver side, underneath dashboard, between the driver- side door and steering column area. Driver side, underneath dashboard, between the steering column area and the center console (also includes connectors on the driver side but connected to the center console). Drivers side, dashboard instrument/gauge area, between the steering column and the center console. Drivers side, dashboard instrument/gauge area, between the steering column and the center console Center console , vertical surface (i.e. near radio and climate controls), left of the vehicle centreline. Center console, vertical surface right of the vehicle centreline or on passenger side of center console. Center console, horizontal surface (i.e. armrest , and brake area) in front passenger area Any location other than locations #1-8 (i.e. rear passenger area, passenger side glove box, top of dashboard near windshield)
Note: some manufacturers use covers to protect the integrity of the connector. For further information it is suggested to ask to the dealer where OBDII connector is situated on the vehicle.
Connections to AIM loggers
To connect Ford Focus vehicles to AIM loggers: connect the cable labelled CAN+ of the logger to pin 6 of the OBDII port connect the cable labelled CAN- of the logger to pin 14 of the OBDII port
Warning :OBDII is not powered by the vehicle master switch, so if AIM logger is connected to OBDII for a long time the battery runs down. The communication works only if the dashboard is switched on.
Chapter 4 Ford communication protocols
Depending on the car model there is a different selection to configure the logger (refer to the appropriate paragraph for more detail about the correct configuration).
4.1 Ford Focus 2003-2004 communication protocol
To configure Ford Focus 2003/2004 select the following ECU model Focus_2003-2004 Channels received by AIM loggers connected to Ford Focus 2003/2004 ECU are: ID ECU_1 ECU_2 ECU_3 ECU_4 ECU_5 ECU_6 ECU_7 ECU_8 ECU_9
CHANNEL NAME F_RPM F_SPEED F_PEDAL_POS F_TENGINE F_FUEL_PULSE F_FUEL_LEVEL F_TYRE_FRONT F_TYRE_REAR F_BRAKE_SWITCH RPM Speed
Pedal position sensor Engine temperature Fuel pulse Fuel level Front tyre circumference Real tyre circumference Brake switch
4.2 Ford Focus 2005-2007 communication protocol
To configure Ford Focus 2005-2007 select the following ECU model Focus_2005/07 Channels received by AIM loggers connected to Ford Focus 2005/2007 ECU are: ID ECU_1 ECU_2 ECU_3 ECU_4 ECU_5 ECU_6 ECU_7 ECU_8 ECU_11 ECU_12 ECU_13 ECU_14 CHANNEL NAME F_RPM F_SPEED F_PEDAL_POS F_WH_SPD_FL F_WH_SPD_FR F_WH_SPD_RL F_WH_SPD_RR F_TENGINE F_FUEL_PULSE F_FUEL_LEVEL F_TYRE_FRONT F_TYRE_REAR RPM Speed Pedal position sensor Front left wheel speed Front right wheel speed Rear left wheel speed Rear right wheel speed Engine temperature Fuel pulse Fuel level Front tyre circumference Rear tyre circumference
4.3 Ford Focus 2008 communication protocol
To configure Ford Focus 2008 select the following ECU model Focus_2008 Channels received by AIM loggers connected to Ford Focus 2008 ECU are: ID ECU_1 ECU_2 ECU_3 ECU_4 ECU_5 ECU_6 ECU_7 ECU_8 ECU_9 ECU_10 ECU_11 ECU_12 ECU_13 ECU_14 ECU_15 ECU_16 ECU_17 CHANNEL NAME F_RPM F_SPEED F_PEDAL_POS F_WH_SPD_FL F_WH_SPD_FR F_WH_SPD_RL F_WH_SPD_RR F_ECT F_GEAR F_BRK_SW F_FFLOW F_FUEL_LEV F_MIL_TELTAL F_FAILSAFE_COOL F_ETC_TELTAL F_ABS_TELTAL F_TCS_ENG RPM Speed Pedal position sensor Front left wheel speed Front right wheel speed Rear left wheel speed Rear right wheel speed Engine cooling temperature Engaged gear Brake switch Fuel flow Fuel level Malfunction Indicator lamp Failsafe coolant tell tale Electronic traction control tell tale ABS Tell tale Engine traction control system FUNCTION
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