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Table of Contents
Illustrated table of contents SafetySeats, seat belts and supplemental air bags Instruments and controls Pre-driving checks and adjustments Heater, air conditioner and audio systems Starting and driving In case of emergency Appearance and care Maintenance and do-it-yourself Technical and consumer information Index
REVIEW COPY:2004 Truck/Frontier (d22) Owners Manual (owners)USA English (nna) 11/20/03sysadmin
0 Illustrated table of contents
Airbags, seat belts and child restraints. 0-2 Exterior front. 0-3 Exterior rear. 0-4 Passenger compartment. 0-5
Instrument panel. 0-6 Engine compartment locations. 0-7 Warning/indicator lights. 0-10
AIRBAGS, SEAT BELTS AND CHILD RESTRAINTS
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 2nd row seat belts (P. 1-20) Front seat belts (P. 1-20) Supplemental front impact air bags (P.1-12) Seats (P. 1-2) Seat belt pretensioners (P. 1-14) LATCH (Lower Anchors and Tethers for CHildren) (P. 1-39) Top tether strap anchor (P. 1-41)
See the page number indicated in parentheses for operating details.
0-2 Illustrated table of contents
1. 2. Engine hood (P. 8-6) Windshield wiper and washer switch (P. 2-18) 3. Windshield (P. 8-26) 4. Roof rack (P.2-30) 5. Power windows (if so equipped) (P. 2-32) 6. Door locks, keyfob, keys (P. 3-2, 3-4, 3-2) 7. Mirrors (P. 3-13) 8. Tire pressure (P. 8-36) 9. Flat tire (P. 6-2) 10. Tire chains (P. 5-31) 11. Headlight and turn signal switch (P. 2-20); Replacing bulbs (P. 8-31) 12. Fog light switch (if so equipped) (P. 2-22)
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1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Vehicle loading (P. 9-13) Truck box, tailgate (P.3-15) Roof rack (P.2-30) Rear sliding window (if so equipped) (P.2-34) Child safety rear door lock (Crew Cab models only) (P.3-4) Fuel filler cap, fuel recommendation (P. 3-11, P. 9-3) Replacing bulbs (P. 8-31)
Keep glove box lid closed while driving to help prevent injury in an accident or a sudden stop.
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3. Remove the access hole cover. 4. Install the rubber mat. 5. Route the phone cord through the access hole and plug into the power outlet.
Pull up on the lever to open the lower half of the console box. A power outlet is located inside the console box and there is storage for compact discs.
GROCERY HOOKS (King Cab only)
The grocery hooks allow for 2 standard size plastic grocery bags to hang side by side. Do not apply a total load of more than 55 lbs (25 kg) to a single grocery hook.
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tion regarding GVWR and GAWR, refer to the Technical and consumer information section of this manual.
Properly secure all cargo with ropes or straps to help prevent it from sliding or shifting. In a sudden stop or collision, unsecured cargo could cause personal injury.
Use care when placing or removing items from the roof rack. If you cannot comfortably lift the items onto the roof rack from the ground, use a ladder or stool.
TUBULAR ROOF RACK (if so equipped)
Always evenly distribute the cargo on the tubular roof rack. The maximum total load is 125 lb (57 kg) evenly distributed. Be careful that your vehicle does not exceed the Gross Vehicle
Weight Rating (GVWR) or the Gross Axle Weight Ratings (GAWR front and rear). The GVWR and GAWR are located on the Safety Compliance Certification Label (located on the drivers side door jamb pillar). For more informa-
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2. When the clamp is loosened, move the crossbars so the cargo can be positioned on the crossbars. 3. Tighten the crossbar adjusting screws with the Torxdriver by turning clockwise. 4. Secure the cargo with rope. 5. Always check the tightness of the crossbar adjusting screws. To remove: 1. Loosen the adjusting screws with the Torxdriver by turning counterclockwise. 2. Rotate the clamps. 3. Remove the crossbars. 4. Reverse to install. 5. Always check the tightness of the crossbar adjusting screws. If you hear wind noise coming from the roof rack while driving, adjust the roof rack crossbars to the most rearward position.
Tubular roof rack crossbar adjustment
The front and rear crossbars can be adjusted forward, backward, or be removed. Use the Torxdriver located in the tool kit to loosen both crossbar adjusting screws.
To adjust: 1. Loosen the adjusting screws with the Torxdriver by turning counterclockwise.
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WINDOWS POWER WINDOWS (if so equipped)
HEATER AND AIR CONDITIONER (manual)
The air conditioner cooling function operates only when the engine is running. On hot, sunny days, temperatures in a closed vehicle could quickly become high enough to cause severe or possibly fatal injuries to people or animals. Do not leave children or adults who would normally require the support of others in your vehicle. Unattended pets should not be left alone either.
1 Adjust air flow direction for the driver side , center , and passenger side ventilators by moving the ventilator slide and/or ventilator assemblies.
Do not use the recirculation mode for long periods as it may cause the interior air to become stale and the windows to fog up. Positioning of the heater and/or air conditioner controls should not be done while driving so full attention may be given to vehicle operation.
4-2 Heater, air conditioner and audio systems
Air flow control dial
The air flow control dial allows you to select the air flow outlets. NOTE:
Air recirculation button (if so equipped)
The air recirculation feature is available only on those vehicles equipped with air conditioning. ON position (Indicator light on): Interior air is recirculated inside the vehicle. Push the button to the on position when: driving on a dusty road. to prevent traffic fumes from entering the passenger compartment. for maximum cooling when using the air conditioner. OFF position (Indicator light off): Outside air is drawn into the passenger compartment and distributed through the selected outlet. Use the off position for normal heater or air conditioner operation.
Fan control dial Temperature control dial Rear window defroster switch (if so equipped) Air flow control dial Air conditioner button (if so equipped) Air recirculation button (if so equipped)
Air flows from center and side ventilators. Air flows from center and side ventilators and the front and rear floor outlets. Air flows mainly from the front and rear floor outlets. Air flows from defroster outlets and the front and rear floor outlets. Air flows mainly from defroster outlets.
The air flow control dial also has intermediate positions which allow the air flow to be distributed between 2 of the icon positions on the air flow control dial.
CONTROLS Fan control dial
The fan control dial turns the fan on and off, and controls fan speed.
Temperature control dial
The temperature control dial allows you to adjust the temperature of the outlet air.
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Air conditioner button (if so equipped)
4. The indicator changes from blinking green to solid green and the display shows the Disc number, Track number and Elapsed Time. FF (fast forward) REW (rewind) buttons When the TUNE/FF-REV ( or ) button is pressed while the compact disc is playing, the compact disc plays at an increased speed while fast forwarding or rewinding. When the button is released, the CD returns to normal play speed. SEEK/TRACK buttons When is pressed while the compact disc is playing, the selection following the present one starts to play from the beginning. Press several times to skip several selections. Each time the button is pressed, the CD advances 1 additional selection. The track number appears in the display window. (When the last selection on the compact disc is skipped, the first selection is played.) When is pressed, the selection being played returns to the beginning. Press several times to skip back several selections. Each time the button is pressed, the CD moves back 1 selec-
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tion. If the play pattern is in MIX mode when the button is pressed the next random selection will be played.
Mix Press the RPT MIX button (<1.5 seconds) again to start shuffle play of the current disc. The MIX icon is turned on and the display shows Mix Tracks for 2 seconds. The display then shows the Track number and Elapsed time as normal. All mix Press the RPT MIX button (<1.5 seconds) again to start shuffle play of all discs. The MIX icon is turned on, and the display shows Mix All Tracks for 2 seconds. The display then shows the Track number and Elapsed time as normal. Also, the indicators of the loaded discs are turned on with amber color. (Green for current disc.) Normal play Press the RPT MIX button (<1.5 seconds) again to return to normal play mode. The MIX icon and the amber LEDs are turned off. The display shows Normal Play for 2 seconds. The display then shows the Track number and Elapsed time as normal.
Repeat/Mix Press the RPT MIX button to change CD play patterns: RepeatMixAll MixNormal Play Repeat Press the RPT MIX button (<1.5 seconds) once to repeat the current track. The 1 icon is turned on, and the display shows Repeat Track for 2 seconds. The display then shows the Track number and Elapsed time as normal.
Heater, air conditioner and audio systems 4-25
All Discs, 1 Track Press and hold the SCAN button (>1.5 seconds) to scan the first track of all the loaded discs for 7 seconds per track. The display shows All Disc Scan for 2 seconds, and then shows the track number and elapsed time as normal. The SCAN icon is flashed during Scan mode. The Scan mode is canceled once it scans through all the loaded discs, or if the SCAN button is pressed during Scan mode.
1. 2. 3. 4.
SEEK up button Mode button SEEK down button Volume control button
STEERING WHEEL SWITCH FOR AUDIO CONTROL (if so equipped)
The steering wheel switch for audio controls is mounted on the left side of the steering wheel. Press the MODE button to turn the radio on or, if the radio is already on, to switch between the Radio presets (A, B or C) and CD Mode.
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CAR PHONE OR CB RADIO
ABCCD Mode The last CD that was loaded starts to play when in CD Mode. If there is no CD loaded, the CD changer enters Disc Loading Mode. If in Radio presets A, B or C: Press or (<1.5 seconds) to advance to the next preset station or to return to the previous preset station. Hold down or (>1.5 seconds). The radio will seek up or down to the next radio station. If in CD Mode: Press or (<1.5 seconds) to advance to the next selection on the CD or return to the previous selection on the CD. Hold down or (>1.5 seconds) to advance to the next CD or return to the previous CD. Volume control is located on the side of the audio control switch. Press the top of the volume control to increase volume. Press the bottom of the volume control to decrease volume.
The antenna cannot be shortened, but can be removed. When you need to remove the antenna, turn the antenna rod counterclockwise. To install the antenna rod, turn the antenna clockwise. Tighten the antenna rod to specification using a suitable tool such as an open-end wrench. The antenna rod tightening specification is 3.4 - 3.6 Nm (30 - 32 in-lb). Do not use pliers to tighten the antenna as they can leave marks on the antenna surface. The antenna rod cannot be hand tightened to the proper specification.
When installing a CB, ham radio or car phone in your NISSAN, be sure to observe the following cautions, otherwise the new equipment may adversely affect the MFI (Multiport Fuel Injection) system and other electronic parts.
INCREASING FUEL ECONOMY
Accelerate slowly and smoothly. Maintain cruising speeds with a constant accelerator position. Drive at moderate speeds on the highway. Driving at high speed lowers fuel economy. Avoid unnecessary stopping and braking. Maintain a safe distance behind other vehicles. Use a proper gear range which suits road conditions. On level roads, shift into high gear as soon as possible. Avoid unnecessary engine idling. Keep your engine tuned up. Follow the recommended periodic maintenance schedule. Keep the tires inflated to the correct pressure. Low tire pressure increases tire wear and lowers fuel economy. Keep the front wheels in correct alignment. Improper alignment increases tire wear and lowers fuel economy. Air conditioner operation lowers fuel economy. Use the air conditioner only when necessary.
During the first 1,200 miles (2,000 km), follow these recommendations to obtain maximum engine performance and ensure the future reliability and economy of your new vehicle. Failure to follow these recommendations may result in shortened engine life and reduced engine performance. Avoid driving for long periods at constant speed, either fast or slow, and do not run the engine over 4,000 rpm. Do not accelerate at full throttle in any gear. Avoid quick starts. Avoid hard braking as much as possible. Do not tow a trailer for the first 500 miles (800 km). Your engine, axle or other parts could be damaged.
Starting and driving 5-21
When cruising at highway speeds, it is more economical to use the air conditioner and leave the windows closed to reduce drag. Use 4H or 4L position only when necessary. Four-wheel drive operation lowers fuel economy.
USING FOUR WHEEL DRIVE
Do not leave the transfer control lever in the N (Neutral) position. Otherwise, the vehicle could roll unexpectedly even if the manual transmission is in any gear or the automatic transmission is in the P (Park) position. This could result in serious personal injury or property damage. Failure to engage the transfer control lever in 2H, 4H or 4L could result in the vehicle moving unexpectedly, which could cause serious personal injury or property damage.
To move the transfer case lever: : Push down on the lever to shift : Shift without pushing down on the lever
Do not drive on dry hard surface roads in four-wheel drive. Driving on dry hard surfaces in 4H or 4L may cause unnecessary noise, tire wear, and increased fuel consumption. NISSAN recommends driving in the 2H position under these conditions. 2H (2WD, high range) Only the rear wheels are driven. Use for driving under the same conditions as standard 2WD vehicles or state dynamometer I/M testing. 4H (4WD, high range) Four wheels are driven. Use when driving on roads where it is difficult to
DRIVING ON SNOW OR ICE
Wet ice (32F, 0C and freezing rain), very cold snow or ice can be slick and very hard to drive on. The vehicle will have much less traction or grip under these conditions. Try to avoid driving on wet ice until the road is salted or sanded. Whatever the condition, drive with caution. Accelerate and slow down with care. If accelerating or downshifting too fast, the drive wheels will lose even more traction.
ENGINE BLOCK HEATER (if so equipped)
An engine block heater to assist in extreme cold temperature starting is available through a NISSAN dealer.
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Do not use your heater with an ungrounded electrical system or twopronged (cheater) adapters. You can be injured by an electrical shock if you use an ungrounded connection.
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5-34 Starting and driving
6 In case of emergency
First aid kit (if so equipped). 6-2 Flat tire. 6-2 Low tire pressure warning system (if so equipped). 6-2 Changing a flat tire. 6-3 Jump starting. 6-9
Push starting. 6-11 If your vehicle overheats. 6-11 Towing your vehicle. 6-12 Towing recommended by NISSAN. 6-13 Vehicle recovery (freeing a stuck vehicle). 6-15
FIRST AID KIT (if so equipped)
FLAT TIRE LOW TIRE PRESSURE WARNING SYSTEM (if so equipped)
The low tire pressure warning system monitors tire pressure of all tires (except the spare tire). If the vehicle is being driven with a flat tire or low tire pressure (lower than 28 psi, 193 kPa), the low tire pressure warning system will activate and warn you of it by the low tire pressure warning light. This system will activate only when the vehicle is driven at speeds above 20 MPH (32 km/h). For more details, please refer to Warning/indicator lights and audible reminders in the Instruments and controls section, and Low tire pressure warning system in the Starting and driving section.
If the low tire pressure warning light flashes while driving, avoid sudden steering maneuvers or abrupt braking, reduce vehicle speed, pull off the road to a safe location and stop the vehicle as soon as possible. Serious vehicle damage could occur and may lead to an accident and could result in serious personal injury. Check the tire pressure for all four tires. Adjust the tire pressure to the recommended COLD tire pressure shown on the tire placard to turn the low tire pressure warning light OFF. If you have a flat tire, replace it with a spare tire as soon as possible. When a spare tire is mounted or a wheel is replaced, tire pressure will not be indicated and the low tire pressure warning system will not function. Contact your NISSAN dealer as soon as possible for tire replacement and/or system resetting. Do not inject any tire liquid or aerosol tire sealant into the tires, as this may cause a malfunction of the tire pressure sensors.
Be sure to block the wheel as the vehicle may move and result in personal injury.
In case of emergency 6-3
Getting the spare tire and tools
For King Cab models: Move the drivers seatback fully forward. Remove the jack and wheel nut wrench from the tool case located behind the drivers seat. Remove the jack rod located behind the drivers seat.
For Crew Cab models: Tilt the rear bench seat forward. Remove the jack, jack rod, and tool case located behind the rear bench seat. All models: 1. Fit the square end of the jack rod into the square hole of the wheel nut wrench to form a handle. 2. Find the oval-shaped opening under the middle of the tailgate. Pass the T-shaped end of the jack rod through the opening and direct it toward the spare tire winch, located directly above the spare tire.
6-4 In case of emergency
4. Once the spare tire is completely lowered, reach under the vehicle, remove the retainer chain, and carefully slide the tire from under the rear of the vehicle.
Removing wheel cover
Do not use your hands to pry off wheel caps or wheel covers. Doing so could result in personal injury.
3. Seat the T-shaped end of the jack rod into the T-shaped opening of the spare tire winch. Apply pressure to keep the jack rod engaged in the spare tire winch and turn the jack rod counterclockwise to lower the spare tire.
Remove the wheel cover as follows: Use caution not to scratch the wheel cover or wheel surface.
In case of emergency 6-5
Use the correct jack-up points. Never use any other part of the vehicle for jack support. Never jack up the vehicle more than necessary. Never use blocks on or under the jack. Do not start or vehicle is on the vehicle to move. for vehicles differentials.
run the engine while jack. It may cause the This is especially true with limited slip
Type B Type A: Firmly grasp the center wheel cap and turn either clockwise or counterclockwise to remove. Type B: 1. Wrap the end of a screwdriver with a cloth. 2. Pry the center wheel cap off by pushing on the handle of the screwdriver in the direction shown.
Do not allow passengers to stay in the vehicle while it is on the jack. Never run the engine with a wheel(s) off the ground. It may cause the vehicle to move.
Always make sure that the spare tire and jacking equipment are properly secured after use. Such items can become dangerous projectiles in an accident or sudden stop. The spare tire is designed for emergency use. See specific instructions under the heading Wheels and tires in the Maintenance and do-it-yourself section of this manual.
Be sure to center the spare tire suspending plate on the wheel and then lift the spare tire.
In case of emergency 6-9
Always connect positive () to positive () and negative () to body ground (for example, strut mounting bolt, engine lift bracket, etc.) not to the battery. Make sure the jumper cables do not touch moving parts in the engine compartment and that the cable clamps do not contact any other metal. 5. Start the engine of the booster vehicle and let it run for a few minutes.
Always follow the instructions below. Failure to do so could result in damage to the charging system and cause personal injury. 1. If the booster battery is in another vehicle, position the two vehicles to bring their batteries near each other. Do not allow the two vehicles to touch.
2. Apply the parking brake. Move the shift lever to N (Neutral) (manual transmission) or to P (Park) (automatic transmission). Switch off all unnecessary electrical systems (lights, heater, air conditioner, etc.). 3. Remove vent caps on the battery (if so equipped). Cover the battery with an old cloth to reduce explosion hazard. 4. Connect jumper cables in the sequence ilA B C D lustrated (, , , ).
6. Keep the engine speed of the booster vehicle at about 2,000 rpm, and start the engine of the vehicle being jump started.
Do not keep the starter motor engaged for more than 10 seconds. If the engine does not start right away, turn the key off and wait 3 to 4 seconds before trying again. 7. After starting the engine, carefully disconnect the negative cable and then the positive cable.
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In case of emergency 6-13
If you have to tow manual transmission models with the rear wheels on the ground (if you do not use towing dollies) or four wheels on the ground: Always release the parking brake. Move the transmission shift lever to the N (Neutral) position. Observe the following restricted towing speeds and distances for manual transmission models only: Speed: Below 60 MPH (97 km/h) Distance: Less than 500 miles (805 km) If the speed or distance must necessarily be greater, remove the propeller shaft before towing to prevent damage to the transmission.
Never tow automatic transmission models with the rear wheels on the ground or four wheels on the ground, as this may cause serious and expensive damage to the transmission. If it is necessary to tow the vehicle with the front wheels raised always use towing dollies under the rear wheels. When towing automatic or manual transmission models with the front wheels on the ground or on towing dollies: To disengage auto-lock free- running hubs see the Starting and driving section for details. Move the transfer case shift lever to the 2H position. Turn the ignition key to the OFF position, and secure the steering wheel in a straight-ahead position with a rope or similar device. Never secure the steering wheel by turning the ignition key to the LOCK position. This may damage the steering lock mechanism.
Four-wheel drive models
NISSAN recommends that towing dollies be used when towing your vehicle or place the vehicle on a flat bed truck as illustrated.
6-14 In case of emergency
If you have to tow manual transmission models with the rear wheels on the ground (if you do not use towing dollies) or four wheels on the ground: To disengage auto-lock free- running hubs see the Starting and driving section for details. Move the transfer case shift lever to the 2H position. Move the transmission shift lever to the N (Neutral) position. Always release the parking brake. Observe the following restricted towing speeds and distances for manual transmission models only: Speed: Below 60 MPH (97 km/h) Distance: Less than 500 miles (805 km) If the speed or distance must necessarily be greater, remove the propeller shaft before towing to prevent damage to the transmission.
Maintenance and do-it-yourself 8-11
Try to avoid direct skin contact with used oil. If skin contact is made, wash thoroughly with soap or hand cleaner as soon as possible. Keep used engine oil out of reach of children.
The drain and refill capacity depends on the oil temperature and drain time. Use these specifications for reference only. Always use the dipstick to determine when the proper amount of oil is in the engine. 8. Start the engine. Check for leakage around the drain plug and oil filter. Correct as required. 9. Turn the engine off and wait more than 10 minutes. Check the oil level with the dipstick. Add engine oil if necessary.
Be careful not to burn yourself. The engine oil may be hot. Waste oil must be disposed of properly. Check your local regulations. 6. Clean and reinstall the drain plug and a new washer. Securely tighten the drain plug with a wrench. Do not use excessive force. Drain plug tightening torque: 22 - 29 ft-lb (29 - 39 Nm) 7. Refill engine with recommended oil through the oil filler opening, then install the oil filler cap securely. See Capacities and recommended fuel/lubricants in the Technical and consumer information section of this manual for drain and refill capacity.
VG33E/VG33ER engine 5. Remove the drain plug with a wrench by turning it counterclockwise and completely drain the oil. If the oil filter is to be changed, remove and replace it at this time. See Changing engine oil filter later in this section.
Prolonged and repeated contact with used engine oil may cause skin cancer.
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7. Coat the gasket on the new filter with clean engine oil. 8. Screw on the oil filter until a slight resistance is felt, then tighten an additional 2/3 turn. 9. Start the engine and check for leakage around the oil filter. Correct as required. 10. Turn the engine off and wait more than 10 minutes. Check the oil level. Add engine oil if necessary. 11. Install the splash shield.
CHANGING ENGINE OIL FILTER
1. Park the vehicle on a level surface and apply the parking brake. 2. Turn the engine off. 3. Remove the splash shield. Remove the six push pins. Remove the six bolts and the splash shield. 4. Place a large drain pan under the oil filter.
Be careful not to burn yourself. The engine oil may be hot. 5. Loosen the oil filter with an oil filter wrench. Then remove the oil filter by turning it by hand. 6. Wipe the engine oil filter mounting surface with a clean rag. Be sure to remove any old gasket material remaining on the mounting surface of the engine.
Federal law requires tire manufacturers to place standardized information on the sidewall of all tires. This information identifies and describes the fundamental characteristics of the tire and also provides the tire identification number (TIN) for safety standard certification. The TIN can be used to identify the tire in case of a recall.
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(1) Tire size (example: P215/65R15 95H) 1. P: The P indicates the tire is designed for passenger vehicles. 2. Three-digit number: This number gives the width in millimeters of the tire from sidewall edge to sidewall edge. 3. Two-digit number: This number, known as the aspect ratio, gives the tires ratio of height to width. 4. R: The R stands for radial. 5. Two-digit number: This number is the wheel or rim diameter in inches.
6. Two- or three-digit number: This number is the tires load index. It is a measurement of how much weight each tire can support. You may not find this information on all tires because it is not required by law. 7. Tire speed rating. You should not drive the vehicle faster than the tire speed rating.
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(5) Maximum load rating This number indicates the maximum load in kilograms and pounds that can be carried by the tire. When replacing the tires on the vehicle, always use a tire that has the same load rating as the factory installed tire. (6) Term of tubeless or tube type Indicates whether the tire requires an inner tube (tube type) or not (tubeless). (7) The word radial The word radial is shown if the tire has radial structure. (8) Manufacturer or brand name Manufacturer or brand name is shown. Other Tire-related Terminology In addition to the many terms that are defined throughout this section, Intended Outboard Sidewall is (1) the sidewall that contains a whitewall, bears white lettering or bears manufacturer, brand, and/or model name molding that is higher or deeper than the same molding on the other sidewall of the tire, or (2) the outward facing sidewall of an asymmetrical tire that has a particular side that must always face outward when mounted on a vehicle.
FM-AM radio with compact disc (CD) player. Steering wheel audio control switch. Readiness for inspection maintenance (I/M) test. Rear power windows. Rear sliding window. Rear window defogger switch. Refrigerant recommendation. Registering your vehicle in another country. Remote keyless entry system. Reporting safety defects (US only). Roof rack. S Safety Child safety rear door lock. Reporting safety defects (US only) Seat Jump seat. Seat adjustment Front manual seat adjustment. Seat belt Infants and small children. Injured Person. Larger children. Precautions on seat belt usage. Pregnant women. Seat belt extenders. Seat belt maintenance. Seat belts. Shoulder belt height adjustment. Three-point type with retractor.
Two-point type without retractor.1-27 Two-point type without retractor (rear center lap belt).1-27 Seat belt warning light.2-13 Seats Adjustment.1-2 Front seats.1-2 Manual front seat adjustment.1-2 Separate seats.8-45 Self-adjusting brakes.8-28 Service manual order form.9-27 Servicing air conditioner.4-9 Shift lock release.5-14 Shifting Automatic transmission.5-11, 5-12 Manual transmission.5-17 Shoulder belt height adjustment.1-26 Spark plug replacement.8-21 Speedometer.2-3 Spotlights (See map light).2-35 SRS warning label.1-18 Starting Before starting the engine.5-9 Jump starting.6-9 Precautions when starting and driving.5-2 Push starting.6-11 Starting the engine.5-9 Steering Power steering fluid.8-16 Power steering system.5-27 Tilting steering wheel.3-12 Steering wheel audio control switch.4-28 Step rail.3-10 Stop light.8-33 Storage.2-26 Supplemental air bag warning light.1-18, 2-13
Supplemental restraint system Precautions on supplemental restraint system.1-7 Supplemental restraint system (Supplemental air bag system).1-7 Switch Automatic power window switch.2-33 Fog light switch.2-22 Hazard warning flasher switch.2-22 Headlight and turn signal switch.2-20 Ignition switch.5-7 Overdrive switch.5-15, 5-16 Passenger supplemental air bag ON/OFF switch and light.1-16 Power door lock switch.3-3 Rear window defogger switch.2-19 Vehicle dynamic control (VDC) off switch.2-24 Windshield wiper and washer switch.2-18 T Tachometer.2-5 Tailgate latch.3-15 Temperature gauge Engine coolant temperature gauge.2-5 Engine oil pressure low/engine coolant temperature high warning light.2-11 Three-way catalyst.5-2 Tie down hooks.3-17 Tilting steering wheel.3-12 Tire Flat tire.6-2 Spare tire.6-4, 8-45 Tire chains.8-42
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