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2005 SsangYong Rodius/Stavic NCAP Frontal Impact (KNCAP)
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1. When closing the passengers and rear windows from drivers seat, be aware of safety conditions before operation. Parts of the body can be trapped by the window. 2. When carrying children on the rear seat, press the rear door window lock switch to make the rear door switches inoperative. 3. Make sure that all passengers have their body parts such as hands inside the vehicle. 4. When closing the windows, be aware of safety conditions before operation.
Always use only Ssangyong genuine parts for replacement. Ssangyong is not liable for any damage caused by the use of non-Ssangyong Genuine parts and accessories.
1. Be sure to use the same size and type tyres of the same manufacturer on all wheels. Using tyres of different sizes may cause damage to the driving mechanism of vehicle. 2. Keep the specified tyre inflation pressure. 3. Make sure that the spare tyre is available at any time. 4. Always check the tyre surface for damage and uneven wear before driving and replace it if needed. 5. Using tyres of different specifications may cause a high fuel consumption, long stopping distance, vehicle body vibration, heavy steering operation, and poor ABS operation.
1. Be careful not to damage the rear heated wire and diversity antenna when cleaning the rear glass. 2. Do not install any sunshield on the windshield glass and rear glass. It may adversely affect the rear heated wire and receiving sensitivity of antenna.
When transporting infants or small children, an appropriate child restraint system should always be used. The child restraint system should be appropriate for your childs weight
WARNING Infants and small children should always be restrained in a infant or child restraint. NEVER INSTALL A REAR-FACING CHILD RESTRAINT IN FRONT SEAT WITH FRONT PASSENGER AIR BAG. A child in a rear-facing child restraint installed in the front seat can be seriously injured if the front passenger air bag inflates. Secure a rear-facing child restraint in the rear seat. A front-facing child restraint should be secured in the rear seat whenever possible. If installed in the front passenger seat, adjust the seat as far back as it will go. When installing a child restraint system, follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer. When not in use, keep your child restraint system secured with a seat belt or remove it from the vehicle. Do not hold a child while riding in a vehicle. Never let a child stand or kneel on any seat. Do not allow a child in the cargo areas while the vehicle is moving.
and height and properly fit the cars seat. Accident statistics indicate that children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seat rather than in the front seat.
Immobilizer Key and Door Remote Control. 2-2 How to Use Door Remote Control.. 2-3 Battery Replacement. 2-4 Key Functions.. 2-5 Cautions when Starting the Engine. 2-6 Immobilizer System*. 2-7 Opening and Closing the Doors with Ignition Key.. 2-9
Ignition Key, Remote Control Key
IMMOBILIZER KEY AND DOOR REMOTE CONTROL
3. Panic Button (operative only when the ignition key is inserted)
Sounds intermittent buzzer for about 27 seconds
4. Door Unlock (by steps)
1st step : Unlocks the drivers door 2nd step : Unlocks the other doors and tailgate (press the button again in 1st step)
5. Immobilizer Key 6. Illumination Lamp 7. Illumination Button
To light up the illumination lamp, press this button.
1. Door Remote Control 2. Door Lock Button
1. Locks the doors 2. Activates the theft deterrent mode
Avoid shock to the transmitter in door remote control. It may cause a malfunction of door remote control. If you lose your keys, you have to replace whole key set to prevent from theft.
To operate this mode, press and hold the door lock button for about 2 seconds: Lights up the headlamps for about 20 seconds
IGNITION KEY, REMOTE CONTROL KEY
HOW TO USE DOOR REMOTE CONTROL
Door Unlock Button
1st step : Unlocks the drivers door and releases the theft deterrent mode 2nd step : Unlocks the other doors and tailgate (press the button again in 1st step)
Door Lock Button
If you press this button, all doors are locked and the theft deterrent mode is activated.
Escort Button Panic Button
If you are in your vehicle and feel threatened while the ignition key is inserted into the key switch, you may activate the alarm to call attention. If you press this button, the warning siren will sound for approx. 27 seconds. The siren will stop when any of the buttons on the remote control key is pressed. NOTE
The alarm sounds only when the ignition key is inserted into the key switch hole.
If you press and hold the door lock button for about 2 seconds, the headlamps will come on for about 20 seconds (gets into the theft deterrent mode, then activates the escort function).
Automatic Door Locking
If a door is not opened within 30 seconds after unlocking the door with remote control key, all the doors will be locked automatically.
Coupled With Front Interior Lamp
If you press the door unlock button in door remote control when the front interior lamp switch is at Door position, the front interior lamps will come on for 30 seconds.
CAUTION The doors cannot be locked by door remote control if they are not closed.
Theft Alarm Activation
If somebody tries to open the door, tailgate, or the hood in theft deterrent mode, the alarm will sound and the side turn signal lamps will blink for about 27 seconds.
Theft Alarm Deactivation
To stop the theft alarm during its activation, press any key on the door remote control.
If the operating distance is shortened, the door remote control does not work properly, or the operating indicator is dimmed out, replace the battery with new one.
Battery Specifications Battery Replacement
1. Pry off the cover from the door remote control cover by using small flat screwdriver. 2. Remove the battery and insert new one with the positive pole faced upright. 3. Reassemble the cover of the door remote control. Model Amount CR 2032 one
CAUTION Use only the specified battery.
Engine stop. The ignition key cannot be removed at this position. Steering wheel unlocking. Some electrical accessories are activated.
Electrical accessories are activated. Driving or engine running condition.
Insertion/removal of key. Steering wheel locking.
Engine starting. The key automatically returns to ON position when releasing the key after starting.
From ACC to LOCK Position:
Turn the key to LOCK position from ACC position while pressing the key.
Unlocking the Steering Wheel:
To unlock the steering wheel, insert the key and gently turn it to ACC position while slightly moving the steering wheel right and left.
Key Hole Illumination
The illumination lamp comes on when opening the door. This lamp goes out about 10 seconds after closing the door.
CAUTIONS WHEN STARTING THE ENGINE
To unlock the steering wheel, insert the key and gently turn it to ACC position while slightly moving the steering wheel right and left. The engine in manual transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the clutch pedal is fully depressed. Diesel engine equipped vehicle: Turn the ignition key to ON position and wait until the preglow indicator goes out. After then, turn the ignition key to START position and hold it until the engine starts (less than 10 seconds). The engine in automatic transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the selector lever is at P or N position (P position is preferred). Keep the brake pedal depressed when starting the engine. Even if the engine does not start, do not hold the ignition key at START position for more than 10 seconds. After starting the engine, let it run for approx. 2 minutes with idle speed. Do not accelerate the engine during warming up period. Alarm sounds when opening the drivers door with the key positioned at ACC or LOCK position. Do not leave the key at ACC or ON position when engine is not running. Otherwise, the battery could run down. Never press down the accelerator pedal while starting. Do not operate the starter for more than 10 seconds at a time. If the engine does not start, wait 10 seconds before trying again. Never turn the key to LOCK position or pull out the ignition key from the ignition switch while driving. Doing it makes the steering wheel locked. Never use any duplicated key not provided from Ssangyong. It may cause a fire due to overload in electric circuit. The engine with immobilizer system cannot be started with the duplicated key.
CAUTION The communication may not be established in the conditions as below:
OPENING AND CLOSING THE DOORS WITH IGNITION KEY
Locking the door Unlocking the door
To lock the door: Turn the key to the lock position (toward front of the vehicle) from drivers door or passengers door. All doors except tailgate will be locked. To unlock the door: Turn the key to the unlock position (toward rear of the vehicle) from drivers door or passengers door. All doors except tailgate will be unlocked.
Locking the tailgate Unlocking the tailgate Turn the key to the clockwise/counterclockwise direction to lock/unlock the tailgate.
Opening and Closing Devices. 3-2 Doors... 3-3 Windows... 3-5 Sunroof... 3-6 Tailgate.. 3-7 Engine Hood.. 3-8 Fuel Filler Door.. 3-9
Opening and Closing
OPENING AND CLOSING DEVICES
Door Lock and Handle
Engine Hood Opening Lever
Drivers Door Switch Panel
Passengers and Rear Door Window Switch
Fuel Filler Door Release Lever
Child Safety Door Lock
OPENING AND CLOSING
Drivers Door (Inside) Passengers Door (Inside)
The passengers door lock/unlock button and lever have the same functions with those of drivers door.
Rear Right Door (Inside)
Door Lock/Unlock Button Door Opening Lever
Rear Left Door (Inside)
If you press the door lock/unlock button (A) to the lock (1) direction, all doors are locked, and vice versa. Pull the door opening lever (B) to open the door. The opening levers on the rear right and rear left door have the same functions with that of drivers door. However, the lock/unlock button is available only for the appropriate door.
All doors will be automatically locked when you drive over 50 km/h while the doors are unlocked.
Automatic Door Unlocking
All doors will be automatically unlocked when the engine is switched off.
Central Door Lock/Unlock Switch
Press the section of the switch to lock the doors and tailgate. section of the switch Press the to unlock the doors and tailgate. This switch is not available when any of doors are not fully closed and the vehicle is in theft deterrent mode.
Child safety door lock helps prevent from an accidental door open, especially when children are in the vehicle. When the child-safe lever is in the LOCK position, the rear door can be opened only from the outside.
Door Opening Lever (Outside
WARNING Children in rear seats can open rear doors.
To open the door, pull the outside door handle outward.
CAUTION The door should be already unlocked.
Move the child-safe lever to
Drivers Door Window Switch
CAUTION If the vehicle is driven for over 2 seconds (over 10 km/h) while the parking brake is applied, the parking brake warning light comes on and warning buzzer sounds. If it occurs, immediately stop the vehicle and release the parking brake.
Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Flasher Indicator
When the turn signal switch is turned on, this indicator flashes to indicate operation of the external turn signal. Both right and left lights flash when the hazard warning switch is turned on.
WARNING Driving the vehicle with the brake fluid warning light on is dangerous. Have the brake system checked and repaired immediately by nearest Ssangyong Dealer.
Battery Charge Warning Light
This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned on and go off when the engine is started. If this light doesnt go off after engine starting or comes on while driving, it means there is a malfunction in the system. Have the charging system checked by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.
Cruise Control Indicator* (For Gasoline Engine)
This indicator comes on when the cruise control is switched on.
Seat Belt Reminder
The seat belt warning light comes on and the seat belt warning chime sound for 6 seconds when the ignition switch is turned to ON position unless the drivers seat belt is securely fastened. This reminding operation stops when the driver fastens the seat belt even during its operation period.
Low Fuel Level Warning Light
This warning light indicates that the fuel will soon be exhausted. The time it takes to turn on, however, varies according to the vehicle operating conditions or gradient of the road. Refuel preferably before the warning light comes on. Fill up the fuel tank immediately if this warning light comes on.
Heated Glass Indicator
This indicator comes on when the outside rearview mirror and tailgate glass heated glass is switched ON. It goes out after specified period of time.
High Beam Indicator
This indicator illuminates when the headlight high beam is switched on.
CAUTION Driving with high beam headlamp disturbs the approaching vehicles visibility for safe driving. Use the high beam headlamp only during very dark situations when it is very hard to see the road.
Door Open Warning Light
This light comes on when a door or tailgate is either opened or not closed completely. If you drive over 10 km/h of vehicle speed without closing the door, the warning light blinks.
WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT
Always put on your shoulder belt over the shoulder and across the chest. Do not put the shoulder belt across your neck. Put the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. Do not put it across the waist. In an accident, the belt may pressurize on your abdomen. Do not wear the shoulder belt under the arm. It increases the danger of sliding out of the belt and can cause serious injury or even death. The belt may also tighten the chest which is not as strong as the shoulders. This may also result serious internal injuries. Do not lock the seat belt with a clip or a clamp. If the seat belt is too loose, it may not protect your body from injury or death in an accident. Before driving, all occupants should wear the seat belts, If not, occupants could be seriously injured in collisions or sudden maneuvers. In many countries, there are regulations regarding the use of the seat belts. Please observe local laws and regulations. Do not use the seat belt for more than one person at a time. Do not wear the seat belt over any hard or breakable objects in pockets or on clothes. Infants and small children must be restrained in a child restraint system. Note that the three point seat belt is designed for a person who is taller than 140 cm. Periodically check that the seat belt and its component work properly. Damaged seat belt can cause serious injuries. Repair or replace the damaged seat belt immediately at Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. The warning light comes on whenever the ignition is switched on. The light goes out when the drivers seat belt is securely fastened. If the light does not go off after fastening the seat belt, it means that there is a malfunction in the system. Have the seat belt system checked by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. Additional device or accessory on the seat belt may result in improper operation. Do not add any adjusting devices which restrict the seat belt operation. Periodically inspect all parts of the belt and have the damaged parts replaced. The belt that has been overstretched in an accident must be replaced with new one. Ssangyong recommends replacing all component parts of the seat belt after a collision. No replacement is required after a minor collision if a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation finds that no damage has occurred and and everything is in proper working order. The seat belts components that were not used during a collision must also be inspected and replaced if they show signs of damage or faulty operation. Replace the entire seat belt assembly after a severe impact even if the damage is not obvious.
Never modify the seat belt. Always keep the seat belts clean and dry. Care should be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with polishes, oil and chemicals, and particularly battery acid. Use mild soap and water for cleaning. The seat belt must be replaced if webbing becomes frayed, contaminated or damaged. Adjust the seat properly before wearing the seat belt. Sit back in the seat with the seatback in an upright position and wear seat belt. If the seat belt is positioned too high or fastened too loose, it may not protect your body from an injury or death in the event of a collision. Do not recline the seatback more than needed for comfort while vehicle is in use. Seat belt is the most effective when the passenger sits back and straight up in the seat. If the seatback is reclined too much, then the risks of sliding under the lap belt and getting injured are increased. If the latch plate is inserted into a wrong buckle, the belt may exert pressure on your abdomen instead of your pelvis. This may cause serious internal injury. If the seat belt is twisted, there will not be enough contact of the belt to spread the impact pressure. Make sure that the latch plate is securely locked. When pregnant women use the seat belt, consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. Keep the buckle clean. Seat belts are designed to bear upon the bony structure of the body, and should be worn low across the front of the pelvis or the pelvis, chest and shoulders, as applicable; wearing the lap section of the belt across the abdominal area must be avoided. Seat belts should be adjusted as firmly as possible, consistent with comfort, to provide the protection for which they have been designed. A slack belt will greatly reduce the protection afforded to the wearer. Care should be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with polishes, oils and chemicals, and particularly battery acid. Cleaning may safely be carried out using mild soap and water. The belt should be replaced if webbing becomes frayed, contaminated or damaged. It is essential to replace the entire assembly after it has been worn in a severe impact even if damage to the assembly is not obvious. Belts should not be worn with straps twisted. Each belt assembly must only be used by one occupant; it is dangerous to put a belt around a child being carried on the occupants lap. No modifications or additions should be made by the user which will entire prevent the seat belt adjusting devices from operating to remove slack, or prevent the seat belt assembly from being adjusted to remove slack.
Rear heater ON This function is not available when the rear air conditioner ) position. switch is at (
Fan speed control: 1, 2, 3 stage Rear air conditioner OFF Rear air conditioner ON: "R"
By pressing the switches, the air flow mode changes.
Defroster and Floor
AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER*
Sun Sensor Ambient Temperature Sensor
Air Conditioner Control Panel Fault Code Display
This display blinks for about 5 seconds when the system is defective or the engine is started.
If the Auto button is pressed, the temperature of the passenger compartment is automatically maintained according to the set temperature.
By operating the relevant switch of the automatic air conditioner, you can manually control the air conditioner operation, air flow direction, fan speed and air source. To turn off the air conditioner and heater, press "OFF" button ( ). If you use wiper during A/C operation, the air conditioner may be automatically changed to defroster mode according to the wiper operating conditions (A/C ON, fresh air intake mode).
Fresh air intake mode indicator Auto mode indicator Temperature display (ambient temperature, set temperature) Ambient temperature display Auto button and temperature control switch Rear air conditioner and heater switch (fan control switch) Defroster indicator Recirculation indicator Air flow indicator Air conditioner operating indicator Fan speed indicator Fan speed control switch and ambient temperature display button Defroster switch
Air conditioner switch Rear heater switch
Mode switch Air source selection and AQS switch
Auto Operation Mode
When you press Auto button, the AUTO indicator is displayed on the VFD and the temperature of the passenger compartment is automatically maintained according to the set temperature. When you press Auto button during manual operation mode, the system is changed to Auto operation mode.
Manual Operation Mode
When you use fan speed control switch, air conditioner switch or mode switch during auto operation mode, the AUTO indicator on the VFD goes out and the air conditioner system can be controlled manually.
Auto Button And Temperature Control Switch
When you press Auto button, the "AUTO" indicator is displayed on the VFD and the temperature of the passenger compartment is automatically maintained according to the set temperature. To adjust the temperature and fan speed, turn the switch as required. When you press Auto button during manual operation mode, the system is changed to Auto operation mode.
Ambient Temperature Display Button
When you press this button, the "OUTSIDE" indicator appears and the ambient temperature is displayed on the VFD for about 5 seconds.
CAUTION The ambient temperature may not display the actual ambient temperature due to engine heat or ground heat.
Low fan speed
High fan speed
To stop the air conditioner operation, press this switch.
Fan Speed Control Switch
To control the fan speed, turn this switch. When turning this switch in Auto mode, the AUTO indicator goes out and the system is changed to manual mode.
Air Conditioner Switch
When you press the switch, the ( ) indicator comes on and the air conditioner starts to operate, however, the "AUTO" indicator goes out. When you press the switch again, the air conditioner stops operation and indicator goes out.
When you press the switch, the airflow direction will be changed to windshield and door glasses, the air conditioner operates automatically and outside air comes in. At this moment, the ( ), ( ), and ( ) indicators come on. When the defrosting is completed, press the switch to return to normal operations.
Air Source Selection and AQS (Air Quality System) Switch
By pressing the switch, fresh air intake mode, recirculation mode, and AQS ON/OFF changes alternatively. For details, refer to the AQS section.
CAUTION To change the air source to recirculation mode during auto air conditioner operation, get into manual air conditioner mode, then press the air source selection switch.
AQS system activated
AQS system deactivated, recirculation mode
AQS system deactivated, fresh air intake mode
Rear air conditioner OFF: Fan speed control: 1, 2, 3 stage Rear air conditioner ON: R position Fan speed control: 1, 2, 3 stage Rear air conditioner OFF Rear air conditioner ON: "R"
* Rear heater ON * This function is not available when the rear air conditioner switch is at ( ) position.
By pressing the switch, the air flow mode changes. When you press this switch in auto air conditioner operation (AUTO indicator appears), the system is changed to manual air conditioner mode (AUTO indicator disappears).
DEFOGGING AND DEFROSTING
1. Press the defroster switch. 2. Adjust the fan speed with the fan speed control speed. 3. To quickly remove the fog on the glass, set the switch at high speed position. 4. To prevent the fog generating on the glass, setting the air source selection switch to the fresh air intake mode is recommended.
Front jack up point
1 Jack head 2 Base plate
7. Loosen the wheel nuts one or two turns by turning counterclockwise with the wheel nut wrench. Do not remove the wheel nuts until the tyre is off the ground.
8. Place the jack directly under the jack-up points so that top of the jack contacts the vehicle at the jack-up point. Align the center of both the jack head and the jack-up point by turning the connecting ring with hands.
WARNING Do not attempt to raise the vehicle until the jack is in the proper position, and secure both to the vehicle and the ground. It may cause a persona; injury or a vehicle damage.
9. Combine the wheel nut wrench and the jack connection as shown in figure and hook it into the connecting ring. Jack up the vehicle by rotating combined wrench clockwise until the tyre is off ground about 3 cm. 10. Remove the wheel nuts by hands while the vehicle is stationary. For rear tyre, release the parking brake carefully. 11. Remove the tyre and put it under the vehicle body.
12. Fit the spare tyre and temporarily tighten the wheel nuts by hands. 13. Lower the vehicle by rotating the combined wrench counter-clockwise until the tyre touches the ground. 14. Remove the jack and tighten the wheel nuts securely by 2 or 3 steps in the sequence as shown in the figure.
CAUTION If over tightened, the wheel nuts could be damaged. Do not over tighten the wheel nuts by pressing the wheel nut wrench by foot or using assist pipe. When the tyre has been replaced, retighten it after 1,000 km of driving.
WARNING As soon as possible, take your vehicle to a Ssangyong dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation and have the wheel nuts tightened according to Ssangyong specifications. Improperly tightened wheel nuts can cause the wheel to become loose and even come off. This could lead to an accident. Be sure to tighten the wheel nuts as specified.
15. Put the removed tyre in the luggage compartment and put the tools into the tool box.
Mixing tyres could cause you to lose control while driving. Be sure to use the same size and type tyres of the same manufacturer on all wheels.
CAUTIONS WHEN CHANGING THE TYRE
Before changing the tyre Turn on hazard flashers and move off the road to a safe place away from traffic. Park on a firm and level ground. Set up the jack at the specified position. Never get under the vehicle while it is supported by jack. Have all passengers out of the vehicle and in a safe place from the traffic.
WATER SEPARATOR WARNING LIGHT AND ENGINE CHECK WARNING LIGHT
Water Separator Warning Light
When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter & water separator. For the draining procedures, please refer to How to drain the water from fuel filter section in this manual.
WARNING The fuel system in engine may get serious damage if you keep driving while the warning light is coming on. Prompt correction should be necessary. Before starting the engine, perform the pumping operation of priming pump until it becomes rigid to fill up the fuel pump with fuel.
CAUTION When this warning light comes on, the vehicle operates in safety mode to maintain minimum driving conditions and to prevent the system from being damaged. In this mode, the engine driving force may be decreased or the engine may stall. When this happens, have the system checked at the Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. CAUTION When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. Also, the driving force of the vehicle decreases. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter & water separator. If the above conditions are still existing after draining the water, have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.
TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE
Flat-bed equipment is the best method of moving a disable vehicle to avoid any damages. The vehicle equipped with the full-time four wheel drive (TOD) system should be towed by this way.
WARNING If you tow the vehicle equipped with the full-time four wheel drive (TOD) system while front or rear tyres are rolling on the road, the drive system in the vehicle should be severely damaged.
If not available to use a car carrier, tow the vehicle as illustrated.
WARNING The propeller shaft for the grounded wheels should be disconnected before towing.
For emergency towing when a towing service is not available, your vehicle is equipped with the towing hooks under the front and rear of the vehicle for use with a tow rope. When towing your vehicle with the tow rope: Secure the rope to both of the towing hooks under the front of the vehicle as tight as possible. To recognize the towing rope, bind a white colored cloth on the center of the rope.
CAUTION If you disconnect the battery terminal when the engine is running, the electrical equipment could be damaged. The polarity of battery, i.e. the connections for positive and negative cables, must not be interchanged. WARNING The battery have acid that can burn you and gas that can explode. You can badly hurt if you are not careful. Keep naked flames, sparks and smoking items away from battery. Do not let any parts of body, clothes or paintwork contact the sulfuric acid.
FUSE AND RELAY BOX
Interior Fuse Box
Underhood Fuse Box
The fuse box is underneath the dash board on the driver's side. You can find the function, location and capacity for fuses from the back plate of the fuse box cover. If any electrical device doesn't operate, check for an open fuse. If any fuse is blown, replace it with a new fuse.
CAUTION If a new fuse also opens, have the electrical system checked and repaired by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.
The underhood fuse box is located in the engine compartment on the driver's side. You can find the function, location and capacity for fuses and relays from the back plate of the fuse box cover.
Use only the fuse with same rating.
1. Turn off all electrical equipment and set the ignition switch to LOCK. 2. Locate the defective fuse. Refer to the fuse label in this manual. 3. Open the fuse and relay box cover. 4. Pull out the relevant fuse by using the fuse puller. 5. Visually check whether it is blown off or not. 6. If normal, insert it to its original position. 7. If blown, check its capacity and replace it with the same capacity.
WARNING The use of different types or different rating fuses could cause damage to the electrical system and even start a fire. Always replace fuse with one with the same rating. Never use anything else but a fuse. Do not use anything metal to remove fuse. CAUTION If you remove the fuse when the electrical power is supplying, the electrical equipment could be damaged. Replace the fuse when the ignition key is in "LOCK" position.
The underhood fuse and relay box has some spare fuses. Refill the fuses immediately as you use them. The fuse rating is indicated on the upper surface of the fuse.
UNDERHOOD FUSE BOX LABEL
INTERIOR FUSE BOX LABEL
Frequently check the washer fluid level and add the specified product as needed.
The washer fluid includes flammable materials to prevent freezing. There could be a fire when directly contacted with flames. When checking the washer fluid, avoid the flames near to washer fluid tank. CAUTION If you use plain water as washer fluid, it will freeze during the winter and damage the washer fluid reservoir and motor. Use only specified washer fluid. Check the washer fluid level before starting to drive. Do not operate the wipers when the washer fluid reservoir is empty. It may cause a damage to the glass when it is dry. Do not use radiator antifreeze in windshield washer. It can damage the washer system and paint. If you operate the washer switch without washer fluid, the motor could be damaged due to overloads. Therefore, if no washer fluid, do not operate the washer motor. Fill washer fluid tank only 3/4 full when it is very cold. This allows for expansion, which could damage the tank if it is completely full.
On a steep downgrade, shift to the lowest gear to get the biggest engine brake effect. WARNING
Checking your vehicle after going through water Check front, rear, right and left sides, transmission, axle hubs, propeller shaft, oil and fluid levels and underbody; if you discover problems, get your vehicle checked immediately. Check all lamps and other electrical devices. If necessary, replace damaged components and get your vehicle checked. Check for damages to the vehicle body and underbody; if you discover problems, get your vehicle checked immediately. If the vehicle body is very dirty, wash your car to protect it.
If you repeatedly apply your brakes on a long downgrade, they may overheat, their effectiveness decreases and an accident might occur. When on a long downgrade, use the engine brake together with your brakes.
CAUTION If you suddenly apply the engine brake while traveling at a high speed, the engine may get damaged. Slow down the vehicle speed and then downshift the gear.
Before getting on a freeway, listen to the weather forecast, prepare thoroughly and check the fuel level, brake system, cooling system and tires. Always respect the speed limit and refrain from speeding. Allow for a safe following distance, avoid sudden steering movements. When it rains or snows and the whether conditions are bad, allow for the following distance that is twice as great as usual and reduce your speed by half.
CAUTION Do not idle the engine for a long time; it wastes fuel and causes environmental pollution. Drive at a slow speed for the first 2 km if possible. Do not load your vehicle with unnecessary stuff. Refrain from quick accelerating and abrupt braking, travel at a steady speed. When you park or stop for a long time, turn the engine off. Keep tires at the recommended pressure. Keep your vehicle in the best possible condition by periodically checking it and perform maintenance.
PROHIBITION OF UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS
This vehicle contains various advanced electric, electronic and control devices. Do not modify them without authorization.
Modification of Fuses and Circuits
Always use the Ssangyong genuine fuses of the specified capacity and do not alter or modify your vehicles circuits. It might cause a fire.
Prohibition of Window Tinting
Modifications such as coloring windows might cause leaks. Tinting all the windows in a vehicle with a navigation system might weaken the satellite signal and make it impossible to display the vehicles current location.
Using Non-Spedified Tires and Wheels
If using non-specified parts, steering wheel feels heavier, fuel consumption increases, brake performance decreases and steering wheel might shake wearing out tires when you are traveling at a high speed.
Towing a disabled vehicle. 12-14 Trailer towing*.. 12-17 Turbocharger inspection. 10-4 Tyre inflation pressure. 13-25 Tyre wear check and tyre rotation. 13-26
Underhood fuse box label. 13-21
Vehicle care.. 15-2 Vehicle identification. 0-9 Ventilation, heating, air conditioning and air purification system. 9-2
Warning lights and indicators. 5-3 Warning triangle.. 12-23 Warnings and cautions when performing do-it-yourself operation. 13-28 Warnings and cautions. 9-4 Warnings for air bag. 8-16 Warnings for seat belt. 8-12 Washer fluid. 13-23 Water separator warning light and engine check warning light. 12-13 Water separator warning light. 5-13 When the engine is overheating. 12-12 Windows.. 3-5 Wiper and washer switch. 4-7 Wiper blade replacement. 13-24
Tailgate.. 3-7 Third row seat (7-seaters). 7-16 Third row seat (9-seaters). 7-12 Tiltable steering wheel and horn.. 11-8 Time and date mode.. 4-25
RODIUS / STAVIC (LHD) OWNERS MANUAL
ISSUED BY OVERSEAS A/S TEAM SSANGYONG MOTOR CO., LTD. 150-3, CHILGOI-DONG, PYUNGTAEK-SI GYEONGGI-DO, 459-711 KOREA TELEPHONE : 82-31-610-2740 FACSIMILE : 82-31-610-3762
NOTE: All rights reserved. Printed in SSANGYONG Motor Co., Ltd. No part of this book may be used or reproduced without the written permission of Overseas A/S Team.
No. 1 CODE NO. LSV1-5OM0E-6C-500C PRINTING DATE Mar. 2006 MODEL YEAR 2006 REMARKS
Ssangyong Motors Rodius/Stavic
It must be ensured that the tires of the cars are located on the fixed floor of the ship during transport by sea, i.e. the tires must not be located on rings, chains etc. or have pressure contact or lateral contact with rings, chain etc.
Bumper to bumper: Side to side (without mirror): Side to obstruction: Bumper to bulkhead: Walkway: Distance to emergency exit / ladders: Keys to be placed: 30 cm 30 cm 30 cm 30 cm 50 cm 50 cm Keys to be taken out and placed with the master.
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