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    FORD B-MAX Quick Reference Guide



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    About This Quick Reference Guide
    We have created this guide to help you get to know certain
    features of your vehicle. It only contains basic instructions
    to get you started and is not a substitute for the Owner's
    Manual.
    You must read the full instructions in the Owner's Manual
    along with all the warnings. The more that you know about
    your vehicle, the greater the safety and pleasure you will get
    from driving it.
    Thank you for choosing Ford.
    WARNING
    Driving while distracted can result in loss of vehicle control, crash and injury. We strongly
    recommend that you use extreme caution when using any device that may take your focus off
    the road. Your primary responsibility is the safe operation of your vehicle. We recommend against
    the use of any hand-held device while driving and encourage the use of voice-operated systems when
    possible. Make sure you are aware of all applicable local laws that may affect the use of electronic devices
    while driving.
    Note: This guide describes product features and options available throughout the range of available models,
    sometimes even before they are generally available. It may describe options not fitted to the vehicle you
    have purchased.
    Note: Some of the illustrations in this guide may show features as used in different models, so may appear
    different to you on your vehicle. However, the essential information in the illustrations is always correct.
    Note: Always use and operate your vehicle in line with all applicable laws and regulations.
    The information contained in this publication was correct at the time of going to print. In the interest of
    continuous development, we reserve the right to change specifications, design or equipment at any time
    without notice or obligation. No part of this publication may be reproduced, transmitted, stored in a
    retrieval system or translated into any language in any form by any means without our written permission.
    Errors and omissions excepted.
    © Ford Motor Company 2014
    All rights reserved.
    Part Number: CG3574en 02/2014 20140624110254



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    AT A GLANCE

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    A

    Air vents.

    B

    Direction indicators. High beam.

    C

    Instrument cluster.

    D

    Start button.

    E

    Wiper lever.

    F

    Information and entertainment
    display.

    G

    Audio unit.

    H

    Power door lock button.

    I

    Hazard warning flasher switch.

    J

    Climate controls. Heated rear
    window switch. Heated
    windshield switch.

    K

    Parking aid switch.

    L

    Start-stop switch.

    M

    Card holder or airbag warning
    lamp.

    N

    Ignition switch.

    O

    Cruise control switches.

    P

    Horn.

    Q

    Driver knee airbag.

    R

    Steering wheel adjustment.

    S

    Audio control. Voice control.

    T

    Hood release lever.

    U

    Lighting control. Front fog lamps.
    Rear fog lamp. Instrument
    lighting dimmer.

    FASTENING THE SAFETY
    BELTS

    Pull the belt out steadily. Hold the tongue
    and let it retract completely and smoothly
    to its stowed position.

    MYKEY™
    The system allows you to program keys
    with restricted driving modes to promote
    good driving habits. You can use all but one
    of the keys programmed to your vehicle
    with these restricted modes.
    Any keys that have not been programmed
    are referred to as an administrator key or
    admin key. These can be used to:
    • create a MyKey
    • program optional MyKey settings
    • clear all MyKey features.
    When you have programmed a MyKey, you
    can access the following information using
    the information display:
    • How many admin keys and MyKeys are
    programmed to your vehicle.
    • The total distance your vehicle has
    traveled using a MyKey.
    Note: Switch the ignition on to use the
    system.

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    Note: All MyKeys are programmed to the
    same settings. You cannot program them
    individually.

    The following settings can be configured
    using an admin key:
    • Various vehicle speed limits can be set.
    Warnings will be shown in the display
    followed by an audible tone when your
    vehicle reaches the set speed. You
    cannot override the set speed by fully
    depressing the accelerator pedal.
    • Various vehicle speed reminders can be
    set. Warnings will be shown in the
    display followed by an audible tone
    when the set vehicle speed is exceeded.
    • Audio system maximum volume of
    45%. A message will be shown in the
    display when you attempt to exceed
    the limited volume. Automatic volume
    control will be disabled.
    • Always on setting. When this is selected
    you will not be able to disable
    emergency assistance or the do not
    disturb feature.

    Standard Settings
    The following settings cannot be changed:
    • Safety belt minder. You cannot disable
    this feature. The audio system will mute
    when this feature is activated.
    • Low fuel level warning. When the fuel
    level is low, warnings will be shown in
    the display followed by an audible tone.
    • Driver assist features, for example
    navigation and parking aids. These
    systems turn on automatically
    whenever you switch the ignition on.

    Optional Settings
    You can configure MyKey settings when you
    first create a MyKey. You can also change
    the settings afterward with an admin key.

    Vehicles with Keyless Entry
    If a MyKey and an admin key are present,
    your vehicle will recognize the admin key
    only.

    MYKEY TROUBLESHOOTING
    All Vehicles
    Condition

    I cannot create a MyKey.

    Potential Causes

    The key used to start the vehicle is not an admin key.
    The key used to start the vehicle is the only key. There
    always has to be at least one admin key.

    I cannot program the config- The key used to start the vehicle is not an admin key.
    urable settings.
    There are no MyKeys programmed to your vehicle.
    I cannot clear the MyKeys.

    The key used to start the vehicle is not an admin key.
    There are no MyKeys programmed to your vehicle.

    I lost the only admin key.

    Purchase a new key from an authorized dealer.

    I lost a key.

    Program a spare key.

    The MyKey distance does
    not accumulate.

    The MyKey is not being used by the intended user.
    The MyKeys have been cleared.

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    Vehicles With Push Button Start
    Condition

    Potential Causes

    I cannot create a MyKey.

    The key is not in the backup position.

    There are no MyKey driving
    modes.

    An admin key is present when you switch the ignition on.
    There are no MyKeys programmed to your vehicle.

    SLIDING DOOR

    LOCKING AND UNLOCKING

    A

    Unlock

    B

    Lock

    C

    Liftgate

    Double Locking With the Remote
    Control

    When the rear doors are fully open, make
    sure that you do not step on the cable or
    mechanism at the base of the door
    aperture.

    Press button B twice within three seconds.

    Liftgate
    Press button C twice within three seconds.

    KEYLESS ENTRY

    Power Door Locks

    Locking Your Vehicle





    Press the power door lock button on the
    instrument panel once. The doors will
    lock.
    Press the button again. The doors will
    unlock.

    Locking buttons are located on each of the
    front doors.

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    For central locking and to arm the alarm,
    press a locking button once.

    3. Lock the steering column.

    For double locking and to arm the alarm,
    press a locking button twice within three
    seconds.

    AUTOWIPERS

    Unlocking Your Vehicle
    Press a locking button once.

    ADJUSTING THE STEERING
    WHEEL

    A

    Maximum autowipe.

    B

    On.

    C

    Minimum autowipe.

    The wipers will operate when the rain
    sensor detects water on the windshield.
    The rain sensor will continue to monitor the
    amount of water on the windshield and
    automatically adjust the speed of the
    wipers. Use the rotary control to adjust the
    sensitivity of the autowipers.

    POWER WINDOWS
    1. Unlock the steering column.
    2. Adjust the steering wheel to the desired
    position.

    To reduce wind noise or buffeting when just
    one window is open, open the opposite
    window slightly.

    GLOBAL OPENING AND
    CLOSING
    Vehicles Without Keyless Entry

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    Global Opening

    TRIP COMPUTER

    To open all the windows:

    1.

    Press and release the remote control
    unlock button.
    2. Press and hold the remote control
    unlock button for at least three seconds.
    Global Closing
    Press the button to scroll through the
    displays.

    To close all the windows, press
    and hold the remote control lock
    button for at least three seconds.

    You can reset the trip, average
    fuel consumption and average
    speed. Scroll to the required
    display, then press and hold the button.

    Vehicles With Keyless Entry
    Global Opening and Closing

    The trip computer includes the following
    information displays:
    Trip Odometer
    Registers the distance traveled
    of individual journeys.

    Distance to Empty
    Indicates the approximate
    distance your vehicle will travel
    on the fuel remaining in the tank.
    Changes in driving pattern may cause the
    value to vary.

    To open or close all the windows, press and
    hold the driver door handle for at least three
    seconds.

    CLOCK

    Average Fuel Consumption

    Type 1

    Indicates the average fuel
    consumption since the function
    was last reset.

    To adjust the clock, switch the ignition on
    and press buttons H or M on the information
    and entertainment display as necessary.

    Type 2
    Note: Use the information display to adjust
    the clock.

    Instantaneous Fuel Consumption
    Indicates the current fuel
    consumption.

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    Stationary Fuel Consumption

    Defrosting and Demisting the
    Windshield

    Indicates the current fuel
    consumption while stationary.

    Average Speed
    Indicates the average speed
    calculated since the function was
    last reset.

    Automatic Climate Control
    Recommended Settings for Cooling

    Distance Odometer
    Registers the total distance your
    vehicle has traveled.
    Note: Set the temperature to 72°F (22°C).
    Recommended Settings for Heating

    HINTS ON CONTROLLING THE
    INTERIOR CLIMATE
    Manual Climate Control
    Recommended Settings for Cooling
    Note: Set the temperature to 72°F (22°C).
    Defrosting and Demisting the
    Windshield

    Recommended Settings for Heating

    HEAD RESTRAINTS
    Adjusting the Head Restraints
    Adjust the head restraint so that the top of
    it is level with the top of your head.

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    Rear Outer Head Restraint

    1.

    Press button A to move the restraint
    rearward.
    2. To move the restraint forward pull the
    headrest.

    1. Press and hold the locking button.
    2. Using a suitable implement release the
    retaining clip.
    Rear Center Head Restraint

    Removing the Head Restraint

    Press the locking buttons and remove the
    head restraint.
    1. Press and hold the locking button.
    2. Using a suitable implement release the
    retaining clip.

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    Recline Adjustment

    MANUAL SEATS
    Moving the Seat Backward and
    Forward

    STARTING AND STOPPING THE
    ENGINE - 1.0L ECOBOOST™
    Our range of three-cylinder engines sound
    different to the four-cylinder engine that
    you may have become used to. It may take
    a little time for you to get used to this
    different sound.

    Adjusting the Lumbar Support

    STARTING THE ENGINE
    Vehicles With Manual
    Transmission
    Note: Do not touch the accelerator pedal.
    Note: Releasing the clutch pedal while the
    engine is starting will stop the engine
    cranking and return to ignition on.

    Adjusting the Height of the Driver’s
    Seat

    1. Fully depress the clutch pedal.
    Note: Vehicles with push button start: Briefly
    press the button.
    2. Start the engine.

    Vehicles With Automatic
    Transmission
    Note: Do not touch the accelerator pedal.
    Note: Releasing the brake pedal while the
    engine is starting will stop the engine
    cranking and return to ignition on.
    1.

    Move the transmission selector lever to
    position P or N.
    2. Fully depress the brake pedal.
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    Note: Vehicles with push button start: Briefly
    press the button.



    3. Start the engine.






    Vehicles With a Diesel Engine
    Note: Engine cranking will not commence
    until the engine glow plug indicator has
    extinguished. This may take several seconds
    in extremely cold conditions.



    Stopping the Engine When Your
    Vehicle is Moving - Vehicles With
    Push Button Start

    The outside temperature is too low or
    too high.
    The driver's door has been opened.
    Low engine operating temperature.
    Low brake system vacuum.
    If a road speed of 3 mph (5 km/h) has
    not been exceeded.
    The driver's safety belt has not been
    fastened.

    To re-start the engine
    Note: The gear lever must be in the neutral
    position.

    1.

    Press and hold the button for at least
    one second or press it three times within
    two seconds.
    2. Move the transmission selector lever to
    position N and use the brakes to bring
    your vehicle to a safe stop.
    3. When your vehicle has stopped, move
    the transmission selector lever to
    position P or N and switch the ignition
    off.

    Depress the clutch pedal.
    The system may automatically restart the
    engine under certain conditions, for
    example:



    Low battery voltage.
    To maintain the interior climate.

    REFUELING

    AUTO-START-STOP
    Using Start-Stop
    Note: The system is on by default. To switch
    the system off, press the switch in the
    instrument panel. The system will only be
    switched off for the current ignition cycle. To
    turn it on, press the switch again.

    1.

    To stop the engine

    Press the flap to open it. Open the flap
    fully until it engages.

    1. Stop your vehicle.
    2. Move the gear lever to the neutral
    position.
    3. Release the clutch pedal.
    4. Release the accelerator pedal.
    The system may not shut down the engine
    under certain conditions, for example:



    To maintain the interior climate.
    Low battery voltage.
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    HILL START ASSIST
    The system makes it easier to pull away
    when your vehicle is on a slope without the
    need to use the parking brake.
    When the system is active, your vehicle will
    remain stationary on the slope for two to
    three seconds after you release the brake
    pedal. This allows you time to move your
    foot from the brake to the accelerator
    pedal. The brakes are released
    automatically once the engine has
    developed sufficient drive to prevent your
    vehicle from rolling down the slope.

    HINTS ON DRIVING WITH ANTILOCK BRAKES
    2. Insert the fuel nozzle up to and including
    the first notch on the nozzle A. Keep it
    resting on the cover of the fuel pipe
    opening.

    Note: When the system is operating, the
    brake pedal will pulse and may travel further.
    Maintain pressure on the brake pedal. You
    may also hear a noise from the system. This
    is normal.
    The anti-lock braking system will not
    eliminate the risks when:
    • You drive too closely to the vehicle in
    front of you.
    • Your vehicle is hydroplaning.
    • You take corners too fast.
    • The road surface is poor.

    USING CRUISE CONTROL
    3. Operate the nozzle within the area
    shown.

    Switching Cruise Control On

    4. Slightly raise the fuel nozzle to remove
    it.

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    Setting a Speed

    Resuming the Set Speed

    Press to store and maintain your current
    speed. The cruise control indicator will
    illuminate.

    Switching Cruise Control Off

    Changing the Set Speed

    ACTIVE CITY STOP
    A

    Accelerate

    B

    Decelerate

    General Information
    A sensor is mounted behind the interior rear
    view mirror. It continuously monitors
    conditions to decide when to intervene.

    Cancelling the Set Speed

    The system is designed to help you reduce
    low speed collisions into the rear of another
    vehicle. It will also help you reduce the
    impact damage or potentially avoid the
    collision completely.

    Press the brake pedal or the CAN RES
    switch.

    The system operates at speeds below
    approximately 19 mph (30 km/h) by
    applying the brakes when the sensor
    detects that a collision is likely.
    You must depress the brake pedal to obtain
    full braking force.

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    Anticipation

    When the system is braking or has
    automatically applied the brakes, a
    message will be shown in the information
    display.

    Adjust your vehicle speed and the distance
    to other vehicles without the need for heavy
    braking or acceleration.

    Using Active City Stop

    Efficient Speed

    Switching the System Off and On

    Higher speeds use more fuel. Reduce your
    cruising speed on open roads.

    Note: The system is on by default.
    Note: In certain situations, it is advisable to
    disable the system, for example driving off
    road when objects may cover the windshield.

    MAINTENANCE
    WARNING

    You can switch the system off and on using
    the information display.

    Keep your hands and clothing clear
    of the engine cooling fan.

    REAR UNDER FLOOR STORAGE
    Note: Under certain conditions, the fan may
    continue to run for several minutes after you
    have switched the engine off.

    Adjustable Load Floor

    OPENING AND CLOSING THE
    HOOD

    Vehicles with the standard size spare tire
    can adjust the load floor to two positions.
    The load floor can be placed on either the
    high or the low position on shelves located
    at the rear of the luggage compartment
    trim.

    ECONOMICAL DRIVING
    The following will help to improve fuel
    consumption.

    Pull the hood release handle.

    Check your tire pressures regularly to
    optimize fuel economy.

    CLEANING THE EXTERIOR

    Gear Shifting
    WARNING

    Use the highest drivable gear appropriate
    for the road conditions.

    Some car wash installations use
    water at high pressure. This could
    damage certain parts of your vehicle.
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    Instrument Cluster Screens, LCD
    Screens and Radio Screens

    We recommend that you wash your vehicle
    with a sponge and lukewarm water
    containing a car shampoo.

    WARNING

    Cleaning the Headlamps

    Do not use abrasives, alcoholic
    solvents or chemical solvents to clean
    them.

    WARNINGS
    Do not scrape the headlamp lenses
    or use abrasives, alcoholic solvents
    or chemical solvents to clean them.

    Rear Windows

    Do not wipe the headlamps when
    they are dry.

    WARNING
    Do not use any abrasive materials to
    clean the interior of the rear windows.

    Cleaning the Rear Window

    Note: Do not install stickers or labels to the
    interior of the rear windows.

    WARNING
    Do not scrape the inside of the rear
    window or use abrasives or chemical
    solvents to clean it.

    CLEANING THE ALLOY WHEELS
    Alloy wheels and wheel covers are coated
    with a clear coat paint finish. To maintain
    their condition we recommend that you:
    • Clean them weekly with the
    recommended wheel and tire cleaner.
    • Use a sponge to remove heavy deposits
    of dirt and brake dust accumulation.
    • Rinse them thoroughly with a
    pressurized stream of water when you
    have completed the cleaning process.

    Use a clean, lint free cloth or a damp
    chamois leather to clean the inside of the
    rear window.

    Body Paintwork Preservation
    We recommend that you wax the paintwork
    once or twice a year.

    CLEANING THE INTERIOR

    We recommend that you use Ford service
    wheel cleaner. Make sure that you read and
    follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

    Note: Do not allow air fresheners and hand
    sanitizers to spill on interior surfaces. If a spill
    occurs, wipe off immediately. Damage may
    not be covered by your warranty.

    Using other non-recommended cleaning
    products can result in severe and
    permanent cosmetic damage.

    Safety Belts
    WARNINGS
    Do not use abrasives, or chemical
    solvents to clean them.
    Do not allow moisture to penetrate
    the safety belt retractor mechanism.
    Clean them with interior cleaner or water
    applied with a soft sponge. Let them dry
    naturally, away from artificial heat.

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