GMC Yukon Denali 2000
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In many crashes severe enough to inflate an air bag, windshields are broken by vehicle deformation. Additional windshield breakage may also occur from the right front passenger air bag.
D Air bags are designed to inflate only once. After they
inflate, youll need some new parts for your air bag system. If you dont get them, the air bag system wont be there to help protect you in another crash. A new system will include air bag modules and possibly other parts. The service manual for your vehicle covers the need to replace other parts.
D Your vehicle is equipped with a crash sensing and
When an air bag inflates, there is dust in the air. This dust could cause breathing problems for people with a history of asthma or other breathing trouble. To avoid this, everyone in the vehicle should get out as soon as it is safe to do so. If you have breathing problems but cant get out of the vehicle after an air bag inflates, then get fresh air by opening a window or door.
diagnostic module, which records information about the air bag system. The module records information about the readiness of the system, when the system commands air bag inflation and drivers safety belt usage at deployment. Some modules also record speed, engine rpm, brake and throttle data. system. Improper service can mean that your air bag system wont work properly. See your dealer for service.
D Let only qualified technicians work on your air bag
If you damage the covering for the drivers or the right front passengers air bag, the bag may not work properly. You may have to replace the air bag module in the steering wheel or both the air bag module and the instrument panel for the right front passengers air bag. Do not open or break the air bag coverings. If your vehicle ever gets into a lot of water -- such as water up to the carpeting or higher -- or if water enters your vehicle and soaks the carpet, the air bag controller can be soaked and ruined. If this ever happens, and then you start your vehicle, the damage could make the air bags inflate, even if theres no crash. You would have to replace the air bags as well as the sensors and related parts. If your vehicle is ever in a flood, or if its exposed to water that soaks the carpet, you can avoid needless repair costs by turning off the vehicle immediately and disconnecting the battery cables. Dont let anyone start the vehicle under any circumstances. See your dealer for service.
Routing the top strap for a child restraint over or under the cargo security shade could cause the shade to come loose and even break. If this happens, the shade could be thrown about the vehicle in a collision or sudden maneuver. You or others could be injured. When anchoring a top strap to a cargo tiedown, be sure to remove the cargo security shade from your vehicle. See Cargo Security Shade in the Index. Dont use the front set of tie-down brackets. Anchor the top strap to the rearmost bracket on the same side of the vehicle as the child restraint. If you need to have an anchor bracket installed for the center rear seat, you can ask your dealer to put it in for you. This work will be done for you free of charge. If you want to install the anchor yourself, your dealer can tell you how to do it.
Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear Outside Seat Position
Youll be using the lap-shoulder belt. See the earlier part about the top strap if the child restraint has one. Be sure to follow the instructions that came with the child restraint. Secure the child in the child restraint when and as the instructions say. 1. Put the restraint on the seat. 2. Pick up the latch plate, and run the lap and shoulder portions of the vehicles safety belt through or around the restraint. The child restraint instructions will show you how. If the shoulder belt goes in front of the childs face or neck, put it behind the child restraint. 3. Buckle the belt. Make sure the release button is positioned so you would be able to unbuckle the safety belt quickly if you ever had to.
4. Pull the rest of the shoulder belt all the way out of the retractor to set the lock.
5. To tighten the belt, feed the shoulder belt back into the retractor while you push down on the child restraint. If youre using a forward-facing child restraint, you may find it helpful to use your knee to push down on the child restraint as you tighten the belt. 6. Push and pull the child restraint in different directions to be sure it is secure.
To remove the child restraint, just unbuckle the vehicles safety belt and let it go back all the way. The safety belt will move freely again and be ready to work for an adult or larger child passenger.
Temperature Display The temperature can be displayed by pressing the TEMP switch. Pressing the TEMP switch once briefly will toggle the temperature reading on and off. To alternate the temperature reading between Fahrenheit and Celsius, press and hold the TEMP switch for three seconds until the display shows only F_ or C_. Press and release the TEMP switch to toggle between the Fahrenheit and Celsius readings. After five seconds of inactivity, the display will return to normal in the temperature scale you have selected. The normal display will show a temperature reading in degrees Fahrenheit or Celsius. If the outside temperature is 37_F (3_C) or lower, the display will toggle between the word ICE and the current temperature every eight seconds. This is a warning to the driver that road conditions may be icy, and that appropriate precautions should be taken. If an abnormal reading is displayed, please consult your dealer.
Electrochromic Mirror Operation The TEMP side of the switch, located at the bottom of the mirror, also turns the electrochromic inside and outside mirrors on and off. An indicator light, located to the right of the TEMP switch, will come on when the electrochromic mirrors are turned on. To turn the mirrors on, press and hold the TEMP switch for eight seconds. The mirrors will darken and remain dark until the button is released. To turn the mirrors off, press and hold the TEMP switch for eight seconds. Compass Operation Press the COMP switch once briefly to turn the compass on or off. When the ignition and the compass feature are on, the compass will show two character boxes for approximately two seconds. After two seconds, the mirror will display the compass heading. Cleaning the Mirror When cleaning the mirror, use a paper towel or similar material dampened with glass cleaner. Do not spray glass cleaner directly on the mirror as that may cause the liquid cleaner to enter the mirror housing.
Compass Calibration The compass may need calibration if:
Compass Variance The mirror is set in zone eight upon leaving the factory. It will be necessary to adjust the compass to compensate for compass variance if you live outside zone eight. Under certain circumstances, as during a long distance cross-country trip, it will be necessary to adjust for compass variance. Compass variance is the difference between earths magnetic north and true geographic north. If not adjusted to account for compass variance, your compass could give false readings. To adjust for compass variance: 1. Press and hold the COMP switch, located at the bottom of the mirror, for three seconds until a zone number appears in the display.
Training a Garage Door Opener with a Rolling Code Feature (If Equipped) If you have not previously programmed the hand-held
transmitter to the HomeLink transmitter, see Programming the HomeLink transmitter listed previously. If you have completed this programming already, you now need to train the garage door opener motor head unit to recognize the HomeLink transmitter. Refer to your garage door opener owners manual for the proper transmitter training procedure for your garage door opener brand.
The garage door opener should now recognize the HomeLink transmitter. You may either use the HomeLink transmitter or the hand-held transmitter to open the garage door. If after following these instructions, you still have problems training the garage door opener, contact the HomeLink transmitter manufacturer at 1-800-355-3515.
OnStarR System (If Equipped)
OnStar is a vehicle communications service. The following services are available through subscription with OnStar and are available 24 hours a day: Emergency Services
To erase all three programmed channels, hold down the two outside buttons until the indicator light begins to flash (after 20 seconds). Release both buttons.
Accessories for the HomeLink transmitter are available from the manufacturer of the unit. If you would like additional information, please call 1-800-355-3515.
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Automatic Notification of Air Bag Deployment Theft Notification and Stolen Vehicle Tracking Roadside Assistance with Location Remote Diagnostics OnStar MED-NET Accident Assist
Convenience Services Remote Door Unlock Route Support Concierge Services Ride Assist
Cellular Telephone (If Equipped)
Your vehicle has been prewired for the dealer installation of a cellular telephone. A fixed mobile system is available. Voice activation and hands-free operation are standard features. For more information, contact your dealer. A users guide is provided with the telephone.
A complete users guide is provided with the OnStar System. For more information contact OnStar at 1-888-ONSTAR7.
Instrument Panel - Your Information System
A. Dome Lamp Switch B. Lamp Controls C. Air Outlets D. Multifunction Lever E. Instrument Panel Cluster F. Gearshift Lever G. Rear Window Wiper Washer Switch (If Equipped) H. Audio System I. Comfort Control System J. Glove Box K. Ashtray
L. Cupholder M. Auxiliary Power Outlets N. Storage Area or Compact Disc Player (If Equipped) O. Rear Window Defogger Switch P. Fog Lamp Switch Q. Automatic Transfer Case Switch R. Tilt Lever S. Parking Brake Release T. Hood Release U. Fuse Block
Instrument Panel Cluster
United States version shown, Canada similar Your instrument cluster is designed to let you know at a glance how your vehicle is running. Youll know how fast youre going, about how much fuel you have and many other things youll need to know to drive safely and economically.
Rear Air Conditioning
Your vehicle has rear air conditioning (without rear heater). The controls are located above the front and second seats. The front and rear overhead controls let you increase and decrease the airflow at the rear vents. To operate the rear air conditioning system, the front air conditioning system must be on. With the front air conditioning system off, the rear system controls can be used to circulate air in the rear of the vehicle. To use the rear control, first turn the front control knob to REAR CNTL. Then, the rear control can be used to increase and decrease the airflow.
To operate the rear system using the front control, just turn the knob to the blower position you want.
On hot days, open the windows long enough to let hot air inside escape. This reduces the time it takes for your vehicle to cool down. Then keep your windows closed for the air conditioner to work its best. With the A/C on, move the temperature knob to MAX for maximum cooling. This setting also puts the system in the recirculation mode and helps to maximize your air conditioners performance and your vehicles fuel economy. This setting also cools the air the fastest. After the vehicles interior reaches a comfortable temperature, move the temperature knob to the right to place the air conditioning system in the normal mode.
On cold days, use the HEATER or VENT/HEAT setting with the temperature knob in the red area. If you use the engine coolant heater before starting your engine in cold weather, 20_F (-8_C) or lower, your heating system will produce warmer air faster, to heat the passenger compartment in cold weather. The use of an engine coolant heater also reduces the time it takes for the engine to reach normal operating temperature, and shortens the time it takes the heater to reach full output. For more information, see Engine Coolant Heater in the Index.
Defogging and Defrosting
On cool, humid days, use DEFOG to keep the windshield and side windows clear. Use DEFROST to remove fog or ice from the windshield in extremely humid or cold conditions. Use DEFROST with the temperature knob toward the red area and the fan control toward HI.
Rear Window Defogger
The lines you see running across the rear window are the rear window defogger. The lines warm the glass. To turn on the rear window defogger, press this button next to the fan control knob. The rear window defogger will only work if the ignition switch is turned to RUN. For best results, first clear the window of as much snow or ice as possible.
Dont use a razor blade or anything else sharp on the inside of the rear window. If you do, you could cut or damage the warming grid, and the repairs wouldnt be covered by your warranty.
For mild outside temperatures when little heating or cooling is needed, use VENT to direct outside air through your vehicle. Air will flow through the instrument panel outlets. Your vehicles ventilation system supplies outside air to the inside of your vehicle when it is moving. With the side windows closed, air will flow into the front air inlet grilles, through the vehicle, and out the air exhaust valves. Outside air will also enter the vehicle when the heater or the air conditioning fan is running, unless you have the recirculation button pushed in. For more information on the recirculation button, see Air Conditioning earlier in this section.
D Always carry a litter bag. make sure all refuse is
removed from any campsite before leaving. camp stoves and lanterns.
Getting Familiar with Off-Road Driving
Its a good idea to practice in an area thats safe and close to home before you go into the wilderness. Off-road driving does require some new and different driving skills. Heres what we mean. Tune your senses to different kinds of signals. Your eyes, for example, need to constantly sweep the terrain for unexpected obstacles. Your ears need to listen for unusual tire or engine sounds. With your arms, hands, feet and body, youll need to respond to vibrations and vehicle bounce.
D Take extreme care with open fires (where permitted), D Never park your vehicle over dry grass or other
combustible materials that could catch fire from the heat of the vehicles exhaust system.
Controlling your vehicle is the key to successful off-road driving. One of the best ways to control your vehicle is to control your speed. Here are some things to keep in mind. At higher speeds:
Scanning the Terrain Off-road driving can take you over many different kinds
of terrain. You need to be familiar with the terrain and its many different features. Here are some things to consider. Surface Conditions. Off-roading can take you over hard-packed dirt, gravel, rocks, grass, sand, mud, snow or ice. Each of these surfaces affects the steering, acceleration and braking of your vehicle in different ways. Depending upon the kind of surface you are on, you may experience slipping, sliding, wheel spinning, delayed acceleration, poor traction and longer braking distances. Surface Obstacles. Unseen or hidden obstacles can be hazardous. A rock, log, hole, rut or bump can startle you if youre not prepared for them. Often these obstacles are hidden by grass, bushes, snow or even the rise and fall of the terrain itself. Here are some things to consider:
D you approach things faster and you have less time to
scan the terrain for obstacles.
D you have less time to react. D you have more vehicle bounce when you drive
D youll need more distance for braking, especially
since youre on an unpaved surface.
When youre driving off-road, bouncing and quick changes in direction can easily throw you out of position. This could cause you to lose control and crash. So, whether youre driving on or off the road, you and your passengers should wear safety belts.
Total Weight on Your Vehicles Tires
Be sure your vehicles tires are inflated to the upper limit for cold tires. Youll find these numbers on the Certification label at the rear edge of the drivers door or see Tire Loading in the Index. Then be sure you dont go over the GVW limit for your vehicle, including the weight of the trailer tongue.
D Will you have to make any holes in the body of your
vehicle when you install a trailer hitch? If you do, then be sure to seal the holes later when you remove the hitch. If you dont seal them, deadly carbon monoxide (CO) from your exhaust can get into your vehicle (see Carbon Monoxide in the Index). Dirt and water can, too.
Its important to have the correct hitch equipment. Crosswinds, large trucks going by and rough roads are a few reasons why youll need the right hitch. Here are some rules to follow:
You should always attach chains between your vehicle and your trailer. Cross the safety chains under the tongue of the trailer to help prevent the tongue from contacting the road if it becomes separated from the hitch. Instructions about safety chains may be provided by the hitch manufacturer or by the trailer manufacturer. Follow the manufacturers recommendation for attaching safety chains and do not attach them to the bumper. Always leave just enough slack so you can turn with your rig. Never allow safety chains to drag on the ground.
D If you use a step-bumper hitch, your bumper could
be damaged in sharp turns. Make sure you have ample room when turning to avoid contact between the trailer and the bumper.
D If youll be pulling a trailer that, when loaded, will
weigh more than the capacity stamped on your step bumper, be sure to use a properly mounted, weight-distributing hitch and sway control of the proper size. This equipment is very important for proper vehicle loading and good handling when youre driving.
If your trailer weighs more than 1,000 lbs. (450 kg) loaded, then it needs its own brakes -- and they must be adequate. Be sure to read and follow the instructions for the trailer brakes so youll be able to install, adjust and maintain them properly. Your trailer brake system can tap into the vehicles hydraulic brake system only if:
Driving with a Trailer
If you have a rear-most window open and you pull a trailer with your vehicle, carbon monoxide (CO) could come into your vehicle. You cant see or smell CO. It can cause unconsciousness or death. (See Engine Exhaust in the Index.) To maximize your safety when towing a trailer: D Have your exhaust system inspected for leaks, and make necessary repairs before starting on your trip. D Keep the rear-most windows closed. D If exhaust does come into your vehicle through a window in the rear or another opening, drive with your front, main heating or cooling system on and with the fan on any speed. This will bring fresh, outside air into your vehicle. Do not use the recirculation button or MAX because it only recirculates the air inside your vehicle. (See Comfort Controls in the Index.)
Your vehicle has a clutched engine cooling fan. When the clutch is engaged, the fan spins faster to provide more air to cool the engine. In most everyday driving conditions, the fan is spinning slower and the clutch is not fully engaged. This improves fuel economy and reduces fan noise. Under heavy vehicle loading, trailer towing and/or high outside temperatures, the fan speed increases as the clutch more fully engages. So you may hear an increase in fan noise. This is normal and should not be mistaken as the transmission slipping or making extra shifts. It is merely the cooling system functioning properly. The fan will slow down when additional cooling is not required and the clutch disengages. You may also hear this fan noise when you start the engine. It will go away as the fan clutch disengages.
If a Tire Goes Flat
Its unusual for a tire to blow out while youre driving, especially if you maintain your tires properly. If air goes out of a tire, its much more likely to leak out slowly. But if you should ever have a blowout, here are a few tips about what to expect and what to do: If a front tire fails, the flat tire will create a drag that pulls the vehicle toward that side. Take your foot off the accelerator pedal and grip the steering wheel firmly. Steer to maintain lane position, and then gently brake to a stop well out of the traffic lane. A rear blowout, particularly on a curve, acts much like a skid and may require the same correction youd use in a skid. In any rear blowout, remove your foot from the accelerator pedal. Get the vehicle under control by steering the way you want the vehicle to go. It may be very bumpy and noisy, but you can still steer. Gently brake to a stop -- well off the road if possible. If a tire goes flat, the next part shows how to use your jacking equipment to change a flat tire safely.
Changing a Flat Tire
If a tire goes flat, avoid further tire and wheel damage by driving slowly to a level place. Turn on your hazard warning flashers.
Changing a tire can cause an injury. The vehicle can slip off the jack and roll over you or other people. You and they could be badly injured. Find a level place to change your tire. To help prevent the vehicle from moving: 1. Set the parking brake firmly. 2. Put the shift lever in PARK (P). 3. Be sure the transfer case is in a drive gear -- not in NEUTRAL. 4. Turn off the engine. To be even more certain the vehicle wont move, you can put blocks at the front and rear of the tire farthest away from the one being changed. That would be the tire on the other side of the vehicle, at the opposite end.
The following steps will tell you how to use the jack and change a tire.
Removing the Spare Tire and Tools
1. To open the jack cover, turn the wing nut counterclockwise and take the cover off. 2. To take the jack out, turn the wing-head bolt counterclockwise and take it and the retainer off. Take the jack and storage box out. Remove the tools from the storage box. 3. Your vehicle may have a pair of emergency gloves secured to the jack. You can use them when changing the tire, or during other emergency situations. Remember to replace them with the jack, so you will have them if needed later. The spare tire is stored under the vehicle in an underbody carrier.
The equipment youll need is located in the rear cargo area. The spare tire is located under the rear of the vehicle.
Follow these instructions to lower the spare tire: 1. One side of the ratchet has an UP marking. The other side has a DOWN marking. Assemble the ratchet to the hook near the end of the jack handle (as illustrated) with the DOWN marking facing you. Insert the other end through the hole in the rear bumper and into the hoist shaft. 2. Turn the ratchet counterclockwise to lower the spare tire to the ground. Continue to turn the ratchet until the spare tire can be pulled out from under the vehicle. 3. When the tire has been lowered, tilt the retainer at the end of the cable so it can be pulled up through the wheel opening. 4. Put the spare tire near the flat tire.
A. Hoist Assembly B. Hoist Shaft C. Ratchet D. Jack Handle E. Retainer F. Valve Stem, Pointed Down G. Spare Tire
The tools youll be using include the jack (A), the jack handle extension (B), the jack handle (C), the wheel wrench (D) and the ratchet (E). The jack handle extension is used if the flat tire is on the rear of the vehicle.
Attach the jack handle (and jack handle extension, if needed) to the jack.
DOWN Marking With the UP marking on the ratchet facing you, rotate the ratchet clockwise. That will lift the jack head a little.
One side of the ratchet has an UP marking. The other side has a DOWN marking.
Removing the Flat Tire and Installing the Spare Tire
To access the lug nuts, place the wheel wrench in the slot on the wheel and gently pry off the center piece to remove it. 1. Use the ratchet and wheel wrench to loosen all the wheel nuts. Turn the wheel wrench counterclockwise, with DOWN facing you, to loosen the wheel nuts. Dont remove the wheel nuts yet. 2. If the flat tire is on the rear of the vehicle, put the jack handle extension on the jack handle.
Getting under a vehicle when it is jacked up is dangerous. If the vehicle slips off the jack, you could be badly injured or killed. Never get under a vehicle when it is supported only by a jack.
3. Position the jack under the vehicle. If the flat tire is on the front of the vehicle, position the jack on the frame behind the flat tire. If the flat tire is on the rear of the vehicle, position the jack on the axle near the flat tire between the spring and the shock absorber.
Raising your vehicle with the jack improperly positioned can damage the vehicle and even make the vehicle fall. To help avoid personal injury and vehicle damage, be sure to fit the jack lift head into the proper location before raising the vehicle.
5. Remove all the wheel nuts and take off the flat tire.
4. With UP on the ratchet facing you, raise the vehicle by rotating the ratchet and wheel wrench clockwise. Raise the vehicle far enough off the ground so there is enough room for the spare tire to fit.
6. Remove any rust or dirt from the wheel bolts, mounting surfaces and spare wheel.
Never use oil or grease on studs or nuts. If you do, the nuts might come loose. Your wheel could fall off, causing a serious accident.
Rust or dirt on the wheel, or on the parts to which it is fastened, can make the wheel nuts become loose after a time. The wheel could come off and cause an accident. When you change a wheel, remove any rust or dirt from the places where the wheel attaches to the vehicle. In an emergency, you can use a cloth or a paper towel to do this; but be sure to use a scraper or wire brush later, if you need to, to get all the rust or dirt off.
7. Replace the wheel nuts with the rounded end of the nuts toward the wheel. Tighten each wheel nut by hand with the wheel wrench until the wheel is held against the hub.
Rear Position 9. Tighten each wheel nut by rotating the wheel wrench clockwise.
8. Lower the vehicle by rotating the ratchet and wheel wrench counterclockwise. Lower the jack completely.
10. Tighten the nuts firmly in a crisscross sequence as shown. Rotate the wheel wrench clockwise.
Incorrect wheel nuts or improperly tightened wheel nuts can cause the wheel to become loose and even come off. This could lead to an accident. Be sure to use the correct wheel nuts. If you have to replace them, be sure to get new GM original equipment wheel nuts. Stop somewhere as soon as you can and have the nuts tightened with a torque wrench to 140 lb-ft (190 Nm)
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j Inspect spark plug wires. An Emission Control Service. j Replace spark plugs. An Emission Control Service. j Change automatic transmission fluid and filter if the vehicle is mainly driven
under one or more of these conditions: In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 90_F (32_C) or higher. In hilly or mountainous terrain. When doing frequent trailer towing. Uses such as found in taxi, police or delivery service.
100,000 Miles (km) (Continued) If you havent used your vehicle under severe service conditions listed previously and, therefore, havent changed your automatic transmission fluid, change both the fluid and filter. Inspect Positive Crankcase Ventilation (PCV) valve. An Emission Control Service.
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j Drain, flush and refill cooling system (or every 60 months since last service,
whichever occurs first). See Engine Coolant in the Index for what to use. Inspect hoses. Clean radiator, condenser, pressure cap and neck. Pressure test cooling system and pressure cap. An Emission Control Service.
Long Trip/Highway Scheduled Maintenance
j Change engine oil and filter (or every 12 months, whichever occurs first). An Emission Control Service. j Lubricate chassis components (or every 12 months, whichever occurs first). (See footnote #.) j Check rear/front axle fluid level and add fluid as needed. Check constant velocity joints and axle seals for leaking. j Rotate tires. See Tire Inspection and Rotation in the Index for proper
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j Change engine oil and filter (or every 12 months, whichever occurs first).
An Emission Control Service. j Lubricate chassis components (or every 12 months, whichever occurs first). (See footnote #.) j Check rear/front axle fluid level and add fluid as needed. Check constant velocity joints and axle seals for leaking. j Rotate tires. See Tire Inspection and Rotation in the Index for proper rotation pattern and additional information. (See footnote +.)
Engine Air Cleaner Filter Restriction Indicator Check Your vehicle has an indicator located on the air cleaner in the engine compartment that lets you know when the air cleaner filter is dirty and needs to be changed. Check indicator at least twice a year or when your oil is changed, whichever occurs first. See Air Cleaner in the Index for more information. Inspect your air cleaner filter restriction indicator more often if the vehicle is used in dusty areas or under off road conditions. Weatherstrip Lubrication Silicone grease on weatherstrips will make them last longer, seal better, and not stick or squeak. Apply silicone grease with a clean cloth. During very cold, damp weather more frequent application may be required. (See Recommended Fluids and Lubricants in the Index.) Automatic Transmission Check Check the transmission fluid level; add if needed. See Automatic Transmission Fluid in the Index. A fluid loss may indicate a problem. Check the system and repair if needed.
At Least Once a Year
Key Lock Cylinders Service Lubricate the key lock cylinders with the lubricant specified in Part D. Body Lubrication Service Lubricate all body hood and body door hinges, body door hinge pins, hood latch assembly, secondary latch, pivots, spring anchor, and release pawl, rear compartment hinges, tailgate hinge, tailgate linkage, outer tailgate handle pivot points, latches, fuel door, fuel door hinge, locks and folding seat hardware. Part D tells you what to use. More frequent lubrication may be required when exposed to a corrosive environment.
Starter Switch Check
When you are doing this check, the vehicle could move suddenly. If it does, you or others could be injured. Follow the steps below. 1. Before you start, be sure you have enough room around the vehicle. 2. Firmly apply both the parking brake (see Parking Brake in the Index if necessary) and the regular brake. NOTE: Do not use the accelerator pedal, and be ready to turn off the engine immediately if it starts. 3. Try to start the engine in each gear. The starter should work only in PARK (P) or NEUTRAL (N). If the starter works in any other position, your vehicle needs service.
Automatic Transmission Shift Lock Control System Check
When you are doing this check, the vehicle could move suddenly. If it does, you or others could be injured. Follow the steps below. 1. Before you start, be sure you have enough room around the vehicle. It should be parked on a level surface. 2. Firmly apply the parking brake (see Parking Brake in the Index if necessary). NOTE: Be ready to apply the regular brake immediately if the vehicle begins to move.
3. With the engine off, turn the key to the RUN position, but dont start the engine. Without applying the regular brake, try to move the shift lever out of PARK (P) with normal effort. If the shift lever moves out of PARK (P), your vehicle needs service. Ignition Transmission Lock Check While parked, and with the parking brake set, try to turn the ignition key to LOCK in each shift lever position.
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TOOLS REQUIRED: #2 Phillips screwdriver, 9/32 socket, ratchet, 5/64drill bit and drill. PARTS INCLUDED: Pro.Fit VSMTM, one (1) #10x3/4screw, one (1) #8x3/4 screw, instructions. LOCATION: Below climate control STEP 1. Begin by removing four (4) 9/32 bolts along the bottom of the panel under the steering column. Release the six (6) retainer clips on panel. There are three (3) clips on right and three (3) on left of the steering column. Work your hand under the panel and gently pull loose. Panel does not need to be completely removed. Let the panel hang. STEP 2. Note - Step 2 must be followed exactly. Loosen the two (2) 9/32 bolts that hold the cup holder in place. Place Pro.Fit VSMTM into position placing slots on right side of mount behind the factory screws. IMPORTANT!!! DO NOT TIGHTEN BOLTS AT THIS TIME!!! Apply upward pressure to mount, holding it up against dash. Locate hole in Pro.Fit VSMTM that is to the left of the U shaped cutout. Using 5/64 drill bit and drill, drill starter hole. Insert and secure one (1) #8x3/4 screw. Using 5/64 drill bit and drill, drill starter hole, in hole that is above and to the left of the U shaped cutout in Pro.Fit VSMTM. Insert #10x3/4 screw and secure. Tighten factory bolts resecuring cup holder. STEP 3. Re-install trim panel. Reinstall four (4) factory screws. Install hang up cup onto Pro.Fit VSMTM.
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Pro.Fit International, Inc. may not be held liable for any damage to a vehicle before, during or after the installation or removal of this Pro.Fit VSMTM. Pro.Fit may not be held liable for any personal injury resulting from accident or improper installation. Pro.Fit International, Inc. 1335 Eagandale Court, Eagan, MN 55121, Ph: 651-688-3588 or 800-388-0073 Fx: 651-688-9876
Web Address: www.pro-fit-intl.com
Pro.Fit International, Eagan, MN 2003
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