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    2014 FIESTA Owner’s Manual

    EE8J 19A321 AA

    |

    2014 FIESTA Owner’s Manual

    fordowner.com

    ford.ca

    March 2013

    |

    First Printing

    |

    Owner’s Manual

    |

    Fiesta

    |

    Litho in U.S.A.



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    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 2013
    All rights reserved.
    Part Number: 20130226160443



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    Table of Contents
    Knee Airbag.....................................................40
    Side Curtain Airbags.....................................40
    Crash Sensors and Airbag Indicator.........41
    Airbag Disposal...............................................42

    Introduction
    About This Manual...........................................7
    Symbols Glossary.............................................7
    Replacement Parts
    Recommendation........................................9
    Mobile Communications
    Equipment.....................................................10
    Data Recording................................................10
    California Proposition 65.............................12
    Perchlorate.........................................................12
    Ford Credit.........................................................12
    Special Notices................................................12
    Export Unique Options..................................12

    Keys and Remote Controls
    General Information on Radio
    Frequencies..................................................43
    Remote Control..............................................43
    Replacing a Lost Key or Remote
    Control............................................................47

    MyKey™
    Principle of Operation..................................48
    Creating a MyKey...........................................49
    Clearing All MyKeys.......................................50
    Checking MyKey System Status..............50
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems.........................................................50
    MyKey Troubleshooting...............................52

    Child Safety
    General Information.......................................14
    Installing Child Seats.....................................15
    Child Seat Positioning...................................21
    Booster Seats..................................................23
    Child Safety Locks..........................................25

    Locks

    Safety Belts

    Locking and Unlocking.................................54
    Manual Liftgate...............................................57
    Keyless Entry...................................................58
    Interior Luggage Compartment
    Release..........................................................60

    Principle of Operation..................................26
    Fastening the Safety Belts..........................27
    Safety Belt Height Adjustment.................29
    Safety Belt Warning Lamp and Indicator
    Chime.............................................................30
    Safety Belt Minder.........................................30
    Child Restraint and Safety Belt
    Maintenance................................................32

    Security
    Passive Anti-Theft System..........................61
    Anti-Theft Alarm............................................62

    Personal Safety System™
    Personal Safety System™..........................33

    Steering Wheel

    Supplementary Restraints
    System

    Adjusting the Steering Wheel...................64
    Audio Control..................................................64
    Voice Control...................................................65
    Cruise Control..................................................65

    Principle of Operation..................................34
    Driver and Passenger Airbags....................35
    Front Passenger Sensing System............36
    Side Airbags.....................................................39

    Wipers and Washers
    Windshield Wipers........................................66

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    Table of Contents
    Manual Climate Control..............................99
    Automatic Climate Control......................100
    Hints on Controlling the Interior
    Climate..........................................................101
    Heated Windows and Mirrors..................104
    Cabin Air Filter...............................................104

    Windshield Washers.....................................66
    Rear Window Wiper and Washers...........67

    Lighting
    General Information.....................................68
    Lighting Control..............................................68
    Autolamps........................................................69
    Instrument Lighting Dimmer.....................69
    Headlamp Exit Delay....................................70
    Daytime Running Lamps.............................70
    Front Fog Lamps............................................70
    Direction Indicators.......................................70
    Interior Lamps...................................................71
    Ambient Lighting.............................................71

    Seats
    Sitting in the Correct Position.................106
    Head Restraints............................................106
    Manual Seats................................................108
    Rear Seats.......................................................109
    Heated Seats..................................................110

    Auxiliary Power Points
    Auxiliary Power Points.................................112
    Cigar Lighter.....................................................112

    Windows and Mirrors
    Power Windows..............................................73
    Global Opening and Closing......................74
    Exterior Mirrors.................................................75
    Interior Mirror....................................................76
    Moonroof............................................................77

    Storage Compartments
    Cup Holders.....................................................113

    Starting and Stopping the
    Engine

    Instrument Cluster

    General Information.....................................114
    Ignition Switch................................................114
    Keyless Starting.............................................114
    Starting a Gasoline Engine........................116
    Switching Off the Engine............................117
    Engine Block Heater......................................117

    Gauges...............................................................78
    Warning Lamps and Indicators.................79
    Warning Lamps and Indicators - 1.6L
    EcoBoost™..................................................82
    Audible Warnings and Indicators.............85

    Information Displays

    Fuel and Refueling

    General Information.....................................86
    Clock...................................................................89
    Trip Computer.................................................89
    Personalized Settings..................................90
    Information Messages.................................90

    Climate Control

    Safety Precautions.......................................119
    Fuel Quality - Gasoline...............................120
    Running Out of Fuel....................................120
    Refueling...........................................................121
    Fuel Consumption........................................122
    Emission Control System...........................123

    Principle of Operation..................................98
    Air Vents............................................................98

    Transmission
    Manual Transmission..................................126
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    Table of Contents
    Manual Transmission - 1.6L
    EcoBoost™.................................................127
    Automatic Transmission............................128
    Hill Start Assist..............................................132

    Driving Hints
    Breaking-In......................................................157
    Cold Weather Precautions........................157
    Driving Through Water................................157
    Economical Driving......................................157
    Floor Mats.......................................................158

    Brakes
    General Information....................................134
    Hints on Driving With Anti-Lock
    Brakes...........................................................134
    Parking Brake.................................................134

    Customer Assistance
    Getting the Services You Need...............160
    In California (U.S. Only)..............................161
    The Better Business Bureau (BBB) Auto
    Line Program (U.S. Only)......................162
    Utilizing the Mediation/Arbitration
    Program (Canada Only)........................162
    Getting Assistance Outside the U.S. and
    Canada.........................................................163
    Ordering Additional Owner's
    Literature.....................................................164
    Reporting Safety Defects (U.S.
    Only).............................................................164
    Reporting Safety Defects (Canada
    Only).............................................................165

    Stability Control
    Principle of Operation.................................136
    Using Stability Control................................137
    Using Stability Control - 1.6L
    EcoBoost™.................................................137

    Parking Aids
    Principle of Operation.................................138
    Parking Aid......................................................138
    Rear View Camera.......................................139

    Cruise Control

    Roadside Emergencies

    Principle of Operation.................................142
    Using Cruise Control....................................142

    Roadside Assistance..................................166
    Hazard Warning Flashers...........................167
    Fuel Shutoff....................................................167
    Jump-Starting the Vehicle........................167

    Driving Aids
    Steering............................................................144

    Fuses

    Load Carrying

    Fuse Specification Chart...........................169
    Changing a Fuse............................................175

    General Information....................................145
    Load Limit.......................................................145
    Rear Under Floor Storage..........................152
    Cargo Nets.......................................................153
    Luggage Covers.............................................153

    Maintenance
    General Information.....................................177
    Opening and Closing the Hood................177
    Under Hood Overview - 1.0L
    EcoBoost.....................................................179
    Under Hood Overview - 1.6L Duratec-16V
    Ti-VCT (Sigma)........................................180

    Towing
    Towing a Trailer.............................................154
    Transporting the Vehicle............................154
    Towing the Vehicle on Four Wheels......154

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    Table of Contents
    Vehicle Storage............................................208

    Under Hood Overview - 1.6L
    EcoBoost™..................................................181
    Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.0L EcoBoost.......182
    Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.6L Duratec-16V
    Ti-VCT (Sigma)........................................182
    Engine Oil Dipstick - 1.6L
    EcoBoost™.................................................182
    Engine Oil Check...........................................182
    Engine Coolant Check................................183
    Automatic Transmission Fluid
    Check............................................................185
    Brake Fluid Check.........................................185
    Power Steering Fluid Check.....................185
    Fuel Filter.........................................................186
    Washer Fluid Check.....................................186
    Changing the 12V Battery..........................186
    Checking the Wiper Blades......................186
    Changing the Wiper Blades.....................186
    Changing the Engine Air Filter..................187
    Adjusting the Headlamps.........................188
    Removing a Headlamp..............................189
    Changing a Bulb - Vehicles With:
    4-Door..........................................................190
    Changing a Bulb - Vehicles With:
    5-Door..........................................................195
    Bulb Specification Chart...........................199
    Technical Specifications..........................200

    Wheels and Tires
    General Information....................................210
    Tire Care...........................................................210
    Using Winter Tires.......................................224
    Using Snow Chains.....................................225
    Tire Pressure Monitoring System...........225
    Changing a Road Wheel...........................228
    Technical Specifications...........................232

    Capacities and Specifications
    Engine Specifications.................................233
    Motorcraft Parts...........................................234
    Vehicle Identification Number................235
    Vehicle Certification Label.......................235
    Transmission Code Designation............236

    Accessories
    Accessories.....................................................237

    Ford Extended Service Plan
    (ESP)
    Ford Extended Service Plan (ESP).......239

    Audio System

    Vehicle Care

    General Information...................................242
    Audio unit - Vehicles With:
    AM/FM/CD.................................................243
    Audio unit - Vehicles With:
    AM/FM/CD/SYNC...................................247
    Audio unit - Vehicles With: Touchscreen
    Display.........................................................252
    Audio unit - Vehicles With: Sony Audio
    System/Touchscreen Display.............253
    Auxiliary Input Jack.....................................255
    Audio Troubleshooting..............................256

    Cleaning Products.......................................203
    Cleaning the Exterior..................................203
    Waxing.............................................................204
    Cleaning the Engine...................................204
    Cleaning the Windows and Wiper
    Blades..........................................................205
    Cleaning the Interior...................................205
    Repairing Minor Paint Damage..............206
    Cleaning the Instrument Panel and
    Instrument Cluster Lens.......................206
    Cleaning Leather Seats.............................207
    Cleaning the Alloy Wheels.......................207

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    Table of Contents
    SYNC™
    General Information....................................257
    Using Voice Recognition...........................259
    Using SYNC™ With Your Phone.............261
    SYNC™ Applications and Services.......272
    Using SYNC™ With Your Media
    Player............................................................279
    SYNC™ Troubleshooting..........................287

    MyFord Touch™
    General Information...................................293
    Settings............................................................301
    Entertainment.................................................311
    Phone...............................................................328
    Information....................................................334
    Navigation......................................................343

    Appendices
    End User License Agreement..................353

    Scheduled Maintenance
    Scheduled Maintenance..........................368

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    Introduction
    ABOUT THIS MANUAL
    Thank you for choosing Ford. We
    recommend that you take some time to
    get to know your vehicle by reading this
    manual. The more that you know about it,
    the greater the safety and pleasure you
    will get from driving it.
    WARNING
    Always drive with due care and
    attention when using and operating
    the controls and features on your
    vehicle.

    E154903

    Note: This manual describes product
    features and options available throughout
    the range, sometimes even before they are
    generally available. It may describe options
    not fitted to your vehicle.

    A

    Right-hand side

    B

    Left-hand side

    Protecting the Environment
    You must play your part in protecting the
    environment. Correct vehicle usage and
    the authorized disposal of waste, cleaning
    and lubrication materials are significant
    steps toward this aim.

    Note: Some of the illustrations in this
    manual may be used for different models,
    so may appear different to your vehicle.
    However, the essential information in the
    illustrations is always correct.

    SYMBOLS GLOSSARY

    Note: Always use and operate your vehicle
    in line with all applicable laws and
    regulations.

    These are some of the symbols you may
    see on your vehicle.
    Safety alert

    Note: Pass on this manual when selling
    your vehicle. It is an integral part of the
    vehicle.

    See Owner's Manual

    This manual may qualify the location of a
    component as left-hand side or right-hand
    side. The side is determined when facing
    forward in the seat.

    Anti-lock braking system

    Avoid smoking, flames or sparks

    Battery

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    Introduction
    Battery acid

    Explosive gas

    Brake fluid - non petroleum
    based

    Fan warning

    Brake system

    Fasten safety belt

    Cabin air filter

    Front airbag

    Check fuel cap

    Front fog lamps

    Child safety door lock or unlock

    Fuel pump reset

    Child seat lower anchor

    Fuse compartment

    Child seat tether anchor

    Hazard warning flashers

    Cruise control

    Heated rear window

    Do not open when hot

    Heated windshield

    E71340

    E91392

    Engine air filter

    Interior luggage compartment
    release

    Engine coolant

    Jack

    Engine coolant temperature

    Lighting control

    Engine oil

    Low tire pressure warning

    Maintain correct fluid level

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    Introduction
    Panic alarm

    REPLACEMENT PARTS
    RECOMMENDATION

    Parking aid

    Your vehicle has been built to the highest
    standards using quality parts. We
    recommend that you demand the use of
    genuine Ford and Motorcraft parts
    whenever your vehicle requires scheduled
    maintenance or repair. You can clearly
    identify genuine Ford and Motorcraft parts
    by looking for the Ford, FoMoCo or
    Motorcraft branding on the parts or their
    packaging.

    E139213

    Parking brake

    Power steering fluid

    Power windows front/rear

    Scheduled Maintenance and
    Mechanical Repairs

    Power window lockout

    One of the best ways for you to make sure
    that your vehicle provides years of service
    is to have it maintained in line with our
    recommendations using parts that
    conform to the specifications detailed in
    this Owner’s Manual. Genuine Ford and
    Motorcraft parts meet or exceed these
    specifications.

    Service engine soon

    Side airbag

    Collision Repairs

    Stability control

    We hope that you never experience a
    collision, but accidents do happen. Genuine
    Ford replacement collision parts meet our
    stringent requirements for fit, finish,
    structural integrity, corrosion protection
    and dent resistance. During vehicle
    development we validate these parts
    deliver the intended level of protection as
    a whole system. A great way to know for
    sure you are getting this level of protection
    is to use genuine Ford replacement
    collision parts.

    Windshield wash and wipe

    Air conditioning system
    E162384

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    Introduction
    Warranty on Replacement Parts

    DATA RECORDING

    Genuine Ford and Motorcraft replacement
    parts are the only replacement parts that
    benefit from a Ford Warranty. Damage
    caused to your vehicle as a result of the
    failure of non-Ford parts may not be
    covered by the Ford Warranty. For
    additional information, refer to the terms
    and conditions of the Ford Warranty.

    Service Data Recording
    Service data recorders in your vehicle are
    capable of collecting and storing
    diagnostic information about your vehicle.
    This potentially includes information about
    the performance or status of various
    systems and modules in the vehicle, such
    as engine, throttle, steering or brake
    systems. In order to properly diagnose and
    service your vehicle, Ford Motor Company,
    Ford of Canada, and service and repair
    facilities may access or share among them
    vehicle diagnostic information received
    through a direct connection to your vehicle
    when diagnosing or servicing your vehicle.
    Additionally, when your vehicle is in for
    service or repair, Ford Motor Company,
    Ford of Canada, and service and repair
    facilities may access or share among them
    data for vehicle improvement purposes.
    For U.S. only (if equipped), if you choose
    to use the SYNC Vehicle Health Report,
    you consent that certain diagnostic
    information may also be accessed
    electronically by Ford Motor Company and
    Ford authorized service facilities, and that
    the diagnostic information may be used
    for any purpose. See SYNC™ (page 257).

    MOBILE COMMUNICATIONS
    EQUIPMENT
    Using mobile communications equipment
    is becoming increasingly important in the
    conduct of business and personal affairs.
    However, you must not compromise your
    own or others’ safety when using such
    equipment. Mobile communications can
    enhance personal safety and security when
    appropriately used, particularly in
    emergency situations. Safety must be
    paramount when using mobile
    communications equipment to avoid
    negating these benefits. Mobile
    communication equipment includes, but
    is not limited to, cellular phones, pagers,
    portable email devices, text messaging
    devices and portable two-way radios.
    WARNING

    Event Data Recording

    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.

    This vehicle is equipped with an event
    data recorder. The main purpose of an
    event data recorder is to record, in
    certain crash or near crash-like
    situations, such as an airbag
    deployment or hitting a road obstacle;
    this data will assist in understanding
    how a vehicle’s systems performed.
    The event data recorder is designed to
    record data related to vehicle dynamics
    and safety systems for a short period
    of time, typically 30 seconds or less.

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    Introduction
    The event data recorder in this vehicle
    is designed to record such data as:
    • How various systems in your vehicle
    were operating;
    • Whether or not the driver and
    passenger safety belts were
    buckled/fastened;
    • How far (if at all) the driver was
    depressing the accelerator and/or
    the brake pedal; and
    • How fast the vehicle was travelling;
    and
    • Where the driver was positioning
    the steering wheel.

    or where required by law enforcement,
    other government authorities or other
    third parties acting with lawful
    authority. Other parties may seek to
    access the information independently
    of Ford Motor Company and Ford of
    Canada.
    Note: Including to the extent that any
    law pertaining to Event Data Recorders
    applies to SYNC or its features, please
    note the following: Once 911 Assist (if
    equipped) is enabled (set ON), 911 Assist
    may, through any paired and connected
    cell phone, disclose to emergency
    services that the vehicle has been in a
    crash involving the deployment of an
    airbag or, in certain vehicles, the
    activation of the fuel pump shut-off.
    Certain versions or updates to 911 Assist
    may also be capable of being used to
    electronically or verbally provide to 911
    operators the vehicle location (such as
    latitude and longitude), and/or other
    details about the vehicle or crash or
    personal information about the
    occupants to assist 911 operators to
    provide the most appropriate emergency
    services. If you do not want to disclose
    this information, do not activate the 911
    Assist feature. See SYNC™ (page 257).

    This data can help provide a better
    understanding of the circumstances in
    which crashes and injuries occur.
    Note: Event data recorder data is
    recorded by your vehicle only if a
    non-trivial crash situation occurs; no data
    is recorded by the event data recorder
    under normal driving conditions and no
    personal data or information (e.g., name,
    gender, age, and crash location) is
    recorded (see limitations regarding 911
    Assist and Traffic, directions and
    Information privacy below). However,
    parties, such as law enforcement, could
    combine the event data recorder data
    with the type of personally identifying
    data routinely acquired during a crash
    investigation.

    Additionally, when you connect to
    Traffic, Directions and Information (if
    equipped, U.S. only), the service uses
    GPS technology and advanced vehicle
    sensors to collect the vehicle’s current
    location, travel direction, and speed
    (“vehicle travel information”), only to
    help provide you with the directions,
    traffic reports, or business searches
    that you request. If you do not want
    Ford or its vendors to receive this
    information, do not activate the
    service. Ford Motor Company and the

    To read data recorded by an event data
    recorder, special equipment is required,
    and access to the vehicle or the event
    data recorder is needed. In addition to
    the vehicle manufacturer, other
    parties, such as law enforcement, that
    have such special equipment, can read
    the information if they have access to
    the vehicle or the event data recorder.
    Ford Motor Company and Ford of
    Canada do not access event data
    recorder information without obtaining
    consent, unless pursuant to court order

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    Introduction
    Phone: 1-800-727-7000

    vendors it uses to provide you with this
    information do not store your vehicle
    travel information. For more
    information, see Traffic, Directions and
    Information, Terms and Conditions.
    See SYNC™ (page 257).

    For more information regarding Ford Credit,
    as well as access Account Manager, please
    go to www.fordcredit.com.

    SPECIAL NOTICES

    CALIFORNIA PROPOSITION 65

    New Vehicle Limited Warranty

    WARNING

    For a detailed description of what is
    covered and what is not covered by your
    vehicle’s New Vehicle Limited Warranty,
    refer to the Warranty Manual that is
    provided to you along with your Owner’s
    Manual.

    Some constituents of engine
    exhaust, certain vehicle components,
    certain fluids contained in vehicles
    and certain products of component wear
    contain or emit chemicals known to the
    State of California to cause cancer and
    birth defects or other reproductive harm.

    Special Instructions
    For your added safety, your vehicle is fitted
    with sophisticated electronic controls.

    PERCHLORATE

    WARNINGS
    Failure to follow the specific
    warnings and instructions could
    result in personal injury.

    Certain components in your vehicle such
    as airbag modules, safety belt
    pretensioners and remote control batteries
    may contain perchlorate material. Special
    handling may apply for service or vehicle
    end of life disposal. For more information
    visit:

    Front seat mounted rear-facing child
    or infant seats should NEVER be
    placed in front of an active
    passenger airbag.

    Web Address

    EXPORT UNIQUE OPTIONS

    www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/
    perchlorate

    For your particular global region, your
    vehicle may be equipped with features and
    options that are different from the features
    and options that are described in this
    Owner’s Manual. A market unique
    supplement may be supplied that
    complements this book. By referring to the
    market unique supplement, if provided,
    you can properly identify those features,
    recommendations and specifications that
    are unique to your vehicle. This Owner’s

    FORD CREDIT
    (U.S. Only)
    Ford Credit offers a full range of financing
    and lease plans to help you acquire your
    vehicle. If you have financed or leased your
    vehicle through Ford Credit, thank you for
    your business.
    For your convenience we offer a number
    of ways to contact us, as well as help
    manage your account.

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    Introduction
    Manual is written primarily for the U.S. and
    Canadian Markets. Features or equipment
    listed as standard may be different on units
    built for Export. Refer to this Owner’s
    Manual for all other required
    information and warnings.

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    Child Safety
    GENERAL INFORMATION

    WARNINGS
    requirements of law. Ford recommends
    checking with a NHTSA Certified Child
    Passenger Safety Technician (CPST) and
    consult your pediatrician to make sure your
    child seat is appropriate for your child, and
    is compatible with and properly installed
    in your vehicle. To locate a child seat fitting
    station and CPST, contact the NHTSA toll
    free at 1-888-327-4236 or go to
    http://www.nhtsa.dot.gov. In Canada,
    check with your local St. John Ambulance
    office for referral to a CPST or for further
    information, contact your provincial
    ministry of transportation, locate your local
    St. John Ambulance office by searching for
    St. John Ambulance on the internet, or
    Transport Canada at 1-800-333-0371
    (http://www.tc.gc.ca). Failure to properly
    restrain children in safety seats made
    especially for their height, age, and weight
    may result in an increased risk of serious
    injury or death to your child.

    See the following sections for directions
    on how to properly use safety restraints
    for children.
    WARNINGS
    Always make sure your child is
    secured properly in a device that is
    appropriate for their height, age and
    weight. Child safety restraints must be
    bought separately from your vehicle.
    Failure to follow these instructions and
    guidelines may result in an increased risk
    of serious injury or death to your child.
    All children are shaped differently.
    The recommendations for safety
    restraints are based on probable
    child height, age and weight thresholds
    from National Highway Traffic Safety
    Administration and other safety
    organizations, or are the minimum

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    Child Safety
    Recommendations for Safety Restraints for Children
    Child

    Child size, height, weight, or age

    Recommended restraint
    type

    Infants or
    toddlers

    Children weighing 40 lb (18 kg) or less
    (generally age four or younger).

    Use a child safety seat
    (sometimes called an
    infant carrier, convertible
    seat, or toddler seat).

    Small children

    Children who have outgrown or no longer
    properly fit in a child safety seat (generally children who are less than 4 ft. 9 in.
    (1.45 m) tall, are greater than age four
    and less than age 12, and between 40 lb
    (18 kg) and 80 lb (36 kg) and upward to
    100 lb (45 kg) if recommended by your
    child restraint manufacturer).

    Use a belt-positioning
    booster seat.

    Larger children Children who have outgrown or no longer
    properly fit in a belt-positioning booster
    seat (generally children who are at least
    4 ft. 9 in. (1.45 m) tall or greater than 80
    lb (36 kg) or 100 lb (45 kg) if recommended by child restraint manufacturer).







    You are required by law to properly use
    safety seats for infants and toddlers in
    the United States and Canada.
    Many states and provinces require that
    small children use approved booster
    seats until they reach age eight, a
    height of 4 feet 9 inches (1.45 meters)
    tall, or 80 pounds (36 kilograms).
    Check your local and state or provincial
    laws for specific requirements about
    the safety of children in your vehicle.
    When possible, always properly
    restrain children 12 years of age and
    under in a rear seating position of your
    vehicle. Accident statistics suggest that
    children are safer when properly
    restrained in the rear seating positions
    than in a front seating position. See
    Front Passenger Sensing System
    (page 36).

    INSTALLING CHILD SEATS
    Child Seats

    E68920

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    Use a vehicle safety belt
    having the lap belt snug
    and low across the hips,
    shoulder belt centered
    across the shoulder and
    chest, and seat back
    upright.



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    Child Safety
    Use a child safety seat (sometimes called
    an infant carrier, convertible seat, or
    toddler seat) for infants, toddlers, or
    children weighing 40 pounds (18
    kilograms) or less (generally age four or
    younger).



    Using Lap and Shoulder Belts

    Perform the following steps when
    installing the child seat with combination
    lap and shoulder belts:



    WARNINGS
    Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
    child seat. NEVER place a rear-facing
    child seat in front of an active airbag.
    If you must use a forward-facing child seat
    in the front seat, move the seat all the way
    back.

    Place your vehicle seat back in the
    upright position.
    Put the safety belt in the automatic
    locking mode. See Step 5. This vehicle
    does not require the use of a locking
    clip.

    Note: Although the child seat illustrated is
    a forward facing child seat, the steps are
    the same for installing a rear facing child
    seat.

    Children 12 and under should be
    properly restrained in the rear seat
    whenever possible.
    Depending on where you secure a
    child restraint, and depending on the
    child restraint design, you may block
    access to certain safety belt buckle
    assemblies and LATCH lower anchors,
    rendering those features potentially
    unusable. To avoid risk of injury, occupants
    should only use seating positions where
    they are able to be properly restrained.

    E142528

    1.

    When installing a child safety seat with
    combination lap and shoulder belts:
    • Use the correct safety belt buckle for
    that seating position.
    • Insert the belt tongue into the proper
    buckle until you hear a snap and feel it
    latch. Make sure the tongue is securely
    fastened in the buckle.
    • Keep the buckle release button
    pointing up and away from the safety
    seat, with the tongue between the child
    seat and the release button, to prevent
    accidental unbuckling.

    E142529

    2. Pull down on the shoulder belt and
    then grasp the shoulder belt and lap
    belt together.

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    Position the child safety seat in a seat
    with a combination lap and shoulder
    belt.



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    Child Safety

    E142530

    E142875

    3. While holding the shoulder and lap belt
    portions together, route the tongue
    through the child seat according to the
    child seat manufacturer's instructions.
    Be sure the belt webbing is not twisted.

    5. To put the retractor in the automatic
    locking mode, grasp the shoulder
    portion of the belt and pull downward
    until all of the belt is pulled out.
    Note: The automatic locking mode is
    available on the front passenger and rear
    seats. This vehicle does not require the use
    of a locking clip.
    6. Allow the belt to retract to remove
    slack. The belt will click as it retracts
    to indicate it is in the automatic locking
    mode.
    7. Try to pull the belt out of the retractor
    to make sure the retractor is in the
    automatic locking mode (you should
    not be able to pull more belt out). If the
    retractor is not locked, unbuckle the
    belt and repeat Steps 5 and 6.

    E142531

    4. Insert the belt tongue into the proper
    buckle (the buckle closest to the
    direction the tongue is coming from)
    for that seating position until you hear
    a snap and feel the latch engage. Make
    sure the tongue is latched securely by
    pulling on it.

    E142533

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    Child Safety
    Using Lower Anchors and Tethers
    for Children (LATCH)

    8. Remove remaining slack from the belt.
    Force the seat down with extra weight,
    e.g., by pressing down or kneeling on
    the child restraint while pulling up on
    the shoulder belt in order to force slack
    from the belt. This is necessary to
    remove the remaining slack that will
    exist once the extra weight of the child
    is added to the child restraint. It also
    helps to achieve the proper snugness
    of the child seat to your vehicle.
    Sometimes, a slight lean toward the
    buckle will additionally help to remove
    remaining slack from the belt.
    9. Attach the tether strap (if the child seat
    is equipped). See Using Tether
    Straps later in this section.

    WARNINGS
    Never attach two child safety seats
    to the same anchor. In a crash, one
    anchor may not be strong enough to
    hold two child safety seat attachments
    and may break, causing serious injury or
    death.
    Depending on where you secure a
    child restraint, and depending on the
    child restraint design, you may block
    access to certain safety belt buckle
    assemblies or LATCH lower anchors,
    rendering those features potentially
    unusable. To avoid risk of injury, occupants
    should only use seating positions where
    they are able to be properly restrained.
    The LATCH system is composed of three
    vehicle anchor points: two lower anchors
    located where your vehicle seat back and
    seat cushion meet (called the seat bight)
    and one top tether anchor located behind
    that seating position.
    LATCH compatible child safety seats have
    two rigid or webbing mounted
    attachments that connect to the two lower
    anchors at the LATCH equipped seating
    positions in your vehicle. This type of
    attachment method eliminates the need
    to use safety belts to attach the child seat,
    however the safety belt can still be used
    to attach the child seat. For forward-facing
    child seats, the top tether strap must also
    be attached to the proper top tether
    anchor, if a top tether strap has been
    provided with your child seat.

    E142534

    10.

    Before placing the child in the seat,
    forcibly move the seat forward and
    back to make sure the seat is securely
    held in place. To check this, grab the
    seat at the belt path and attempt to
    move it side to side and forward and
    back. There should be no more than
    1 inch (2.5 centimeters) of movement
    for proper installation.

    Ford recommends checking with a NHTSA
    Certified Child Passenger Safety
    Technician to make certain the child
    restraint is properly installed. In Canada,
    check with your local St. John Ambulance
    office for referral to a Certified Passenger
    Seat Technician.

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    Child Safety
    Use of Inboard Lower Anchors from the
    Outboard Seating Positions (Center
    Seating Use)
    WARNING
    The standardized spacing for LATCH
    lower anchors is 11 inches (28
    centimeters) center to center. Do not
    use LATCH lower anchors for the center
    seating position unless the child seat
    manufacturer's instructions permit and
    specify using anchors spaced at least as
    far apart as those in this vehicle.

    E142535

    Your vehicle has LATCH lower anchors for
    child seat installation at the seating
    positions marked with the child seat
    symbol.

    The lower anchors at the center of the
    second row rear seat are spaced 15 inches
    (39 centimeters) apart. A child seat with
    rigid LATCH attachments cannot be
    installed at the center seating position.
    LATCH compatible child seats (with
    attachments on belt webbing) can only be
    used at this seating position provided that
    the child seat manufacturer's instructions
    permit use with the anchor spacing stated.
    Do not attach a child seat to any lower
    anchor if an adjacent child seat is attached
    to that anchor.
    Each time you use the safety seat, check
    that the seat is properly attached to the
    lower anchors and tether anchor, if
    applicable. Tug the child seat from side to
    side and forward and back where it is
    secured to your vehicle. The seat should
    move less than one inch when you do this
    for a proper installation.

    E144054

    The LATCH anchors are located at the rear
    section of the rear seat between the
    cushion and seat back below the symbols
    as shown. Follow the child seat
    manufacturer's instructions to properly
    install a child seat with LATCH
    attachments. Follow the instructions on
    attaching child safety seats with tether
    straps.

    If the safety seat is not anchored properly,
    the risk of a child being injured in a crash
    greatly increases.

    Attach LATCH lower attachments of the
    child seat only to the anchors shown.

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    Child Safety
    Combining Safety Belt and LATCH
    Lower Anchors for Attaching Child
    Safety Seats

    Perform the following steps to install a
    child safety seat with tether anchors:
    Note: If you install a child seat with rigid
    LATCH attachments, do not tighten the
    tether strap enough to lift the child seat off
    your vehicle seat cushion when the child is
    seated in it. Keep the tether strap just snug
    without lifting the front of the child seat.
    Keeping the child seat just touching your
    vehicle seat gives the best protection in a
    severe crash.

    When used in combination, either the
    safety belt or the LATCH lower anchors
    may be attached first, provided a proper
    installation is achieved. Attach the tether
    strap afterward, if included with the child
    seat.

    Using Tether Straps
    Many forward-facing child safety
    seats include a tether strap
    which extends from the back of
    the child safety seat and hooks to an
    anchoring point called the top tether
    anchor. Tether straps are available as an
    accessory for many older safety seats.

    Four Door
    The tether anchors in your vehicle are
    located under a cover marked with the
    tether anchor symbol.
    1.

    Contact the manufacturer of your child
    seat for information about ordering a
    tether strap, or to obtain a longer tether
    strap if the tether strap on your safety seat
    does not reach the appropriate top tether
    anchor in your vehicle.

    Route the child safety seat tether strap
    over the back of the seat. For outboard
    seating positions, route the tether strap
    under the head restraint and between
    the head restraint posts. For the center
    seating positions, route the tether strap
    over the top of the head restraint. If
    needed, the head restraints can also
    be removed.

    Once the child safety seat has been
    installed using either the safety belt, the
    lower anchors of the LATCH system, or
    both, you can attach the top tether strap.
    The tether strap anchors in your vehicle
    are in the following positions (shown from
    top view):
    E144274

    2. Locate the correct anchor for the
    selected seating position, then open
    the tether anchor cover.

    E142537
    E144275

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    Child Safety
    3. Clip the tether strap to the anchor as
    shown.
    4. Tighten the child safety seat tether
    strap according to the manufacturer's
    instructions. If your child restraint
    system is equipped with a tether strap,
    and the child restraint manufacturer
    recommends its use, Ford also
    recommends its use.
    Five Door
    E142539

    The tether anchors in your vehicle are
    located on the back panel of the rear seat.
    These are marked with the tether anchor
    symbol.
    1.

    3. Clip the tether strap to the anchor as
    shown.
    4. Tighten the child safety seat tether
    strap according to the manufacturer's
    instructions. If your child restraint
    system is equipped with a tether strap,
    and the child restraint manufacturer
    recommends its use, Ford also
    recommends its use.

    Route the child safety seat tether strap
    over the back of the seat. For outboard
    seating positions, route the tether strap
    under the head restraint and between
    the head restraint posts. For the center
    seating positions, route the tether strap
    over the top of the head restraint. If
    needed, the head restraints can also
    be removed.

    CHILD SEAT POSITIONING
    WARNINGS
    Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
    child seat. Never place a rear-facing
    child seat in front of an active airbag.
    If you must use a forward-facing child seat
    in the front seat, move the vehicle seat
    upon which the child seat is installed all
    the way back. When possible, all children
    age 12 and under should be properly
    restrained in a rear seating position. If all
    children cannot be seated and restrained
    properly in a rear seating position, properly
    restrain the largest child in the front seat.

    E164077

    2. Locate the correct anchor on the back
    panel of the rear seat for the selected
    seating position.

    Always carefully follow the
    instructions and warnings provided
    by the manufacturer of any child
    restraint to determine if the restraint device
    is appropriate for your child's size, height,
    weight, or age. Follow the child restraint
    manufacturer's instructions and warnings
    provided for installation and use in

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    Child Safety
    WARNINGS
    conjunction with the instructions and
    warnings provided by your vehicle
    manufacturer. A safety seat that is
    improperly installed or utilized, is
    inappropriate for your child's height, age,
    or weight or does not properly fit the child
    may increase the risk of serious injury or
    death.

    WARNINGS
    Always restrain an unoccupied child
    seat or booster seat. These objects
    may become projectiles in a crash or
    sudden stop, which may increase the risk
    of serious injury.
    Never place, or allow a child to place,
    the shoulder belt under a child's arm
    or behind the back because it
    reduces the protection for the upper part
    of the body and may increase the risk of
    injury or death in a crash.

    Never let a passenger hold a child on
    his or her lap while your vehicle is
    moving. The passenger cannot
    protect the child from injury in a crash,
    which may result in serious injury or death.

    To avoid risk of injury, do not leave
    children or pets unattended in your
    vehicle.

    Never use pillows, books, or towels
    to boost a child. They can slide
    around and increase the likelihood
    of injury or death in a crash.
    Restraint
    Type

    Combined
    child and
    seat
    weight

    Use any attachment method as indicated below by X
    LATCH
    (lower
    anchors
    and top
    tether
    anchor)

    LATCH
    (lower
    anchors
    only)

    Rear facing Up to 65 lb
    child seat
    (29 kg)

    Safety belt Safety belt Safety belt
    and LATCH
    only
    and top
    (lower
    tether
    anchors
    anchor
    and top
    tether
    anchor)

    X

    X

    Rear facing Over 65 lb
    child seat
    (29 kg)
    Forward
    facing
    child seat

    Up to 65 lb
    (29 kg)

    Forward
    facing
    child seat

    Over 65 lb
    (29 kg)

    X
    X

    Note: The child seat must rest tightly
    against the vehicle seat upon which it is
    installed. It may be necessary to lift or
    remove the head restraint. See Seats (page
    106).
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    X

    X

    X

    X



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    Child Safety


    BOOSTER SEATS



    WARNING
    Never place, or allow a child to place,
    the shoulder belt under a child's arm
    or behind the back because it
    reduces the protection for the upper part
    of the body and may increase the risk of
    injury or death in a crash.



    Does the lap belt rest low across the
    hips?
    Is the shoulder belt centered on the
    shoulder and chest?
    Can the child stay seated like this for
    the whole trip?

    Always use booster seats in conjunction
    with your vehicle lap and shoulder belt.

    Types of Booster Seats
    Use a belt-positioning booster seat for
    children who have outgrown or no longer
    properly fit in a child safety seat (generally
    children who are less than 4 feet 9 inches
    (1.45 meters) tall, are greater than age four
    (4) and less than age twelve (12), and
    between 40 pounds (18 kilograms) and
    80 pounds (36 kilograms) and upward to
    100 pounds (45 kilograms) if
    recommended by your child restraint
    manufacturer). Many state and provincial
    laws require that children use approved
    booster seats until they reach age eight, a
    height of 4 feet 9 inches (1.45 meters) tall,
    or 80 pounds (36 kilograms).
    E68924

    Booster seats should be used until you can
    answer YES to ALL of these questions
    when seated without a booster seat:



    E142595





    Can the child sit all the way back
    against their vehicle seat back with
    knees bent comfortably at the edge of
    the seat cushion?
    Can the child sit without slouching?
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    Backless booster seats

    If your backless booster seat has a
    removable shield, remove the shield. If a
    vehicle seating position has a low seat
    back or no head restraint, a backless
    booster seat may place your child's head
    (as measured at the tops of the ears)
    above the top of the seat. In this case,
    move the backless booster to another
    seating position with a higher seat back or
    head restraint and lap and shoulder belts,
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    Child Safety
    If, with a backless booster seat, you cannot
    find a seating position that adequately
    supports your child's head, a high back
    booster seat would be a better choice.
    Children and booster seats vary in size and
    shape. Choose a booster that keeps the
    lap belt low and snug across the hips,
    never up across the stomach, and lets you
    adjust the shoulder belt to cross the chest
    and rest snugly near the center of the
    shoulder. The following drawings compare
    the ideal fit (center) to a shoulder belt
    uncomfortably close to the neck and a
    shoulder belt that could slip off the
    shoulder. The drawings also show how the
    lap belt should be low and snug across the
    child's hips.

    E70710



    High back booster seats

    E142596

    E142597

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    Child Safety
    Right-Hand Side

    If the booster seat slides on the vehicle
    seat upon which it is being used, placing a
    rubberized mesh sold as shelf or carpet
    liner under the booster seat may improve
    this condition. Do not introduce any item
    thicker than this under the booster seat.
    Check with the booster seat
    manufacturer's instructions.

    Turn clockwise to lock and
    counterclockwise to unlock.

    CHILD SAFETY LOCKS
    WARNING
    You cannot open the rear doors from
    inside if you have put the child safety
    locks on.

    E156821

    Left-Hand Side
    Turn counterclockwise to lock and
    clockwise to unlock.

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    Safety Belts
    PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

    WARNINGS
    When possible, all children 12 years
    old and under should be properly
    restrained in a rear seating position.
    Failure to follow this could seriously
    increase the risk of injury or death.

    WARNINGS
    Always drive and ride with your seat
    back upright and the lap belt snug
    and low across the hips.

    Safety belts and seats can become
    hot in a vehicle that has been closed
    up in sunny weather; they could burn
    a small child. Check seat covers and
    buckles before you place a child anywhere
    near them.

    To reduce the risk of injury, make
    sure children sit where they can be
    properly restrained.
    Never let a passenger hold a child on
    his or her lap while the vehicle is
    moving. The passenger cannot
    protect the child from injury in a crash.

    Front and rear seat occupants,
    including pregnant women, should
    wear safety belts for optimum
    protection in an accident.

    All occupants of the vehicle,
    including the driver, should always
    properly wear their safety belts, even
    when an airbag supplemental restraint
    system is provided. Failure to properly wear
    your safety belt could seriously increase
    the risk of injury or death.

    All seating positions in this vehicle have
    lap and shoulder safety belts. All
    occupants of the vehicle should always
    properly wear their safety belts, even when
    an airbag supplemental restraint system
    is provided.

    It is extremely dangerous to ride in a
    cargo area, inside or outside of a
    vehicle. In a crash, people riding in
    these areas are more likely to be seriously
    injured or killed. Do not allow people to ride
    in any area of your vehicle that is not
    equipped with seats and safety belts. Be
    sure everyone in your vehicle is in a seat
    and using a safety belt properly.

    The safety belt system consists of:
    • lap and shoulder safety belts.
    • shoulder safety belt with automatic
    locking mode, (except driver safety
    belt).
    • height adjuster at the front outboard
    seating positions.
    • safety belt pretensioner at the front
    outboard seating positions.
    • belt tension sensor at the front
    outboard passenger seating position.

    In a rollover crash, an unbelted
    person is significantly more likely to
    die than a person wearing a safety
    belt.
    Each seating position in your vehicle
    has a specific safety belt assembly
    which is made up of one buckle and
    one tongue that are designed to be used
    as a pair. 1) Use the shoulder belt on the
    outside shoulder only. Never wear the
    shoulder belt under the arm. 2) Never
    swing the safety belt around your neck over
    the inside shoulder. 3) Never use a single
    belt for more than one person.



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    Safety belt warning light and chime.



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    Safety Belts


    Crash sensors and monitoring system
    with readiness indicator.

    The safety belt pretensioners at the front
    seating positions are designed to tighten
    the safety belts when activated. In frontal
    and near-frontal crashes, the safety belt
    pretensioners may be activated alone or,
    if the crash is of sufficient severity, together
    with the front airbags. The pretensioners
    may also activate when a side curtain
    airbag is deployed.
    E142588

    2. To unfasten, press the release button
    and remove the tongue from the
    buckle.

    FASTENING THE SAFETY
    BELTS
    The front outboard and rear safety
    restraints in the vehicle are combination
    lap and shoulder belts.

    E142589

    E142587

    When in use, the rear safety belts should
    be placed in the belt guides on the
    outboard seat backs.

    1.

    Restraint of Pregnant Women

    Insert the belt tongue into the proper
    buckle (the buckle closest to the
    direction the tongue is coming from)
    until you hear a snap and feel it latch.
    Make sure the tongue is securely
    fastened in the buckle.

    WARNING
    Always ride and drive with your seat
    back upright and the safety belt
    properly fastened. The lap portion of
    the safety belt should fit snug and be
    positioned low across the hips. The
    shoulder portion of the safety belt should
    be positioned across the chest. Pregnant
    women should also follow this practice.
    See the following figure.

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    Safety Belts
    All safety restraints in the vehicle are
    combination lap and shoulder belts. The
    driver safety belt has the first type of
    locking mode, and the front outboard
    passenger and rear seat safety belts have
    both types of locking modes described as
    follows:
    Vehicle Sensitive Mode
    This is the normal retractor mode, which
    allows free shoulder belt length
    adjustment to your movements and
    locking in response to vehicle movement.
    For example, if the driver brakes suddenly
    or turns a corner sharply, or the vehicle
    receives an impact of approximately 5 mph
    (8 km/h) or more, the combination safety
    belts will lock to help reduce forward
    movement of the driver and passengers.

    E142590

    Pregnant women should always wear their
    safety belt. The lap belt portion of a
    combination lap and shoulder belt should
    be positioned low across the hips below
    the belly and worn as tight as comfort will
    allow. The shoulder belt should be
    positioned to cross the middle of the
    shoulder and the center of the chest.

    In addition, the retractor is designed to lock
    if the webbing is pulled out too quickly. If
    this occurs, let the belt retract slightly and
    pull webbing out again in a slow and
    controlled manner.

    Safety Belt Locking Modes
    WARNINGS
    After any vehicle crash, the safety
    belt system at all passenger seating
    positions must be checked by an
    authorized dealer to verify that the
    automatic locking retractor feature for
    child seats is still functioning properly. In
    addition, all safety belts should be checked
    for proper function.

    Automatic Locking Mode
    In this mode, the shoulder belt is
    automatically pre-locked. The belt will still
    retract to remove any slack in the shoulder
    belt. The automatic locking mode is not
    available on the driver safety belt.

    Belt and retractor assembly must be
    replaced if the safety belt assembly
    automatic locking retractor feature
    or any other safety belt function is not
    operating properly when checked by an
    authorized dealer. Failure to replace the
    belt and retractor assembly could increase
    the risk of injury in crashes.

    When to Use the Automatic Locking
    Mode
    This mode should be used any time a child
    safety seat, except a booster, is installed
    in passenger front or rear seating positions.
    Children 12 years old and under should be
    properly restrained in a rear seating
    position whenever possible. See Child
    Safety (page 14).

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    Safety Belts
    Use only extensions manufactured by the
    same supplier as the safety belt.
    Manufacturer identification is located at
    the end of the webbing on the label. Also,
    use the safety belt extension only if the
    safety belt is too short for you when fully
    extended.

    How to Use the Automatic Locking
    Mode

    SAFETY BELT HEIGHT
    ADJUSTMENT
    WARNING
    Position the safety belt height
    adjuster so that the belt rests across
    the middle of your shoulder. Failure
    to adjust the safety belt properly could
    reduce the effectiveness of the safety belt
    and increase the risk of injury in a crash.

    E142591

    1.

    Buckle the combination lap and
    shoulder belt.
    2. Grasp the shoulder portion and pull
    downward until the entire belt is pulled
    out.

    Adjust the height of the shoulder belt so
    the belt rests across the middle of your
    shoulder.

    Allow the belt to retract. As the belt
    retracts, you will hear a clicking sound. This
    indicates the safety belt is now in the
    automatic locking mode.
    How to Disengage the Automatic
    Locking Mode
    Unbuckle the combination lap and
    shoulder belt and allow it to retract
    completely to disengage the automatic
    locking mode and activate the vehicle
    sensitive (emergency) locking mode.

    Safety Belt Extension Assembly
    E145664

    WARNING

    To adjust the shoulder belt height:

    Do not use extensions to change the
    fit of the shoulder belt across the
    torso.

    1.

    Pull the button and slide the height
    adjuster up or down.
    2. Release the button and pull down on
    the height adjuster to make sure it is
    locked in place.

    If the safety belt is too short when fully
    extended, a safety belt extension assembly
    can be obtained from an authorized dealer.

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    Safety Belts
    This lamp illuminates and an
    audible warning will sound if the
    driver's safety belt has not been
    fastened when the vehicle's ignition is
    turned on.

    SAFETY BELT WARNING LAMP
    AND INDICATOR CHIME (IF
    EQUIPPED)

    Conditions of operation
    If...

    Then...

    The driver's safety belt is not buckled
    before the ignition switch is turned to the
    on position...

    The safety belt warning light illuminates 12 minutes and the warning chime sounds
    4-8 seconds.

    The driver's safety belt is buckled while the
    indicator light is illuminated and the
    warning chime is sounding...

    The safety belt warning light and warning
    chime turn off.

    The driver's safety belt is buckled before The safety belt warning light and indicator
    the ignition switch is turned to the on posichime remain off.
    tion...
    The system uses information from the
    front passenger sensing system to
    determine if a front seat passenger is
    present and therefore potentially in need
    of a warning. To avoid activating the
    Belt-Minder feature for objects placed in
    the front passenger seat, warnings will only
    be given to front seat occupants as
    determined by the front passenger sensing
    system.

    SAFETY BELT MINDER (IF
    EQUIPPED)

    Belt-Minder®
    This feature supplements the safety belt
    warning function by providing additional
    reminders by intermittently sounding a
    chime and illuminating the safety belt
    warning light when the driver's or front
    passenger's seat is occupied and the
    safety belt is unbuckled.

    If the Belt-Minder warnings have expired
    (warnings for about five minutes) for one
    occupant (driver or front passenger), the
    other occupant can still activate the
    Belt-Minder feature.

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    Safety Belts

    If...

    Then...

    The driver's and front passenger's safety
    belts are buckled before the ignition switch
    is turned to the on position or less than 1-2
    minutes have elapsed since the ignition
    switch has been turned to on...

    The Belt-Minder feature will not activate.

    The driver's or front passenger's safety belt The Belt-Minder feature is activated - the
    is not buckled when the vehicle has reached safety belt warning light illuminates and
    at least 6 mph (9.7 km/h) and 1-2 minutes the warning chime sounds for six seconds
    have elapsed since the ignition switch has every 25 seconds, repeating for about five
    minutes or until the safety belts are
    been turned to on...
    buckled.
    The driver's or front passenger's safety belt The Belt-Minder feature is activated - the
    becomes unbuckled for about one minute safety belt warning light illuminates and
    while the vehicle is traveling at least 6 mph the warning chime sounds for six seconds
    (9.7 km/h) and more than 1-2 minutes have every 25 seconds, repeating for about five
    minutes or until the safety belts are
    elapsed since the ignition switch has been
    buckled.
    turned to on...
    The system can be deactivated or
    activated by performing the following
    procedure:

    Deactivating and Activating the
    Belt-Minder Feature

    Before following the procedure, make sure
    that:
    • the parking brake is set
    • the transmission selector lever is in
    position P (automatic transmission)
    or N (manual transmission)
    • the ignition is off
    • the driver and front passenger safety
    belts are unbuckled.

    WARNING
    While the system allows you to
    deactivate it, this system is designed
    to improve your chances of being
    safely belted and surviving an accident.
    We recommend you leave the system
    activated for yourself and others who may
    use the vehicle. To reduce the risk of injury,
    do not deactivate or activate the system
    while driving the vehicle.

    1.

    Turn the ignition on. Do not start the
    engine.
    2. Wait until the safety belt warning light
    turns off (about one minute). After
    Step 2, wait an additional five seconds
    before proceeding with Step 3. Once
    Step 3 is started, the procedure must
    be completed within 30 seconds.

    Note: The driver and front passenger
    warning are deactivated and activated
    independently. When deactivating or
    activating one seating position, do not
    buckle the other position as this will
    terminate the process.
    Read Steps 1 - 4 thoroughly before
    proceeding with the programming
    procedure.

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    Safety Belts
    3. For the seating position being disabled,
    buckle then unbuckle the safety belt
    three times at a moderate speed,
    ending in the unbuckled state. After
    Step 3, the safety belt warning light will
    turn on.
    4. While the safety belt warning light is
    on, buckle and then unbuckle the
    safety belt. After Step 4, the safety belt
    warning light will flash for confirmation.
    • This will disable the feature for that
    seating position if it is currently
    enabled.
    • This will enable the feature for that
    seating position if it is currently
    disabled.

    Ford Motor Company recommends that
    all safety belt assemblies in use in vehicles
    involved in a crash be replaced. However,
    if the crash was minor and an authorized
    dealer finds that the belts do not show
    damage and continue to operate properly,
    they do not need to be replaced. Safety
    belt assemblies not in use during a crash
    should also be inspected and replaced if
    either damage or improper operation is
    noted.
    Properly care for safety belts.

    CHILD RESTRAINT AND
    SAFETY BELT MAINTENANCE
    Inspect the vehicle safety belts and child
    safety seat systems periodically to make
    sure they work properly and are not
    damaged. Inspect the vehicle and child
    seat safety belts to make sure there are no
    nicks, tears or cuts. Replace if necessary.
    All vehicle safety belt assemblies, including
    retractors, buckles, front safety belt buckle
    assemblies, buckle support assemblies
    (slide bar-if equipped), shoulder belt
    height adjusters (if equipped), shoulder
    belt guide on seat back (if equipped), child
    safety seat LATCH and tether anchors, and
    attaching hardware, should be inspected
    after a crash. Read the child restraint
    manufacturer's instructions for additional
    inspection and maintenance information
    specific to the child restraint.

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    Personal Safety System™
    The Personal Safety System provides an
    improved overall level of frontal crash
    protection to front seat occupants and is
    designed to help further reduce the risk of
    airbag-related injuries. The system is able
    to analyze different occupant conditions
    and crash severity before activating the
    appropriate safety devices to help better
    protect a range of occupants in a variety
    of frontal crash situations.

    module. During a crash, the restraints
    control module may activate the safety
    belt pretensioners and may activate either
    one or both stages of the dual-stage airbag
    supplemental restraints based on crash
    severity and occupant conditions.

    Your vehicle's Personal Safety System
    consists of:
    • Driver and passenger dual-stage airbag
    supplemental restraints.
    • Front outboard safety belts with
    pretensioners, energy management
    retractors (first row only), and safety
    belt usage sensors.
    • Driver’s seat position sensor.
    • Front passenger sensing system.
    • Passenger airbag off and on indicator
    lamp.
    • Front crash severity sensors.
    • Restraints control module with impact
    and safing sensors.
    • Restraint system warning light and
    backup tone.
    • The electrical wiring for the airbags,
    crash sensor(s), safety belt
    pretensioners, front safety belt usage
    sensors, driver seat position sensor,
    front passenger sensing system, and
    indicator lights.

    How Does the Personal Safety
    System Work?
    The Personal Safety System can adapt the
    deployment strategy of your vehicle’s
    safety devices according to crash severity
    and occupant conditions. A collection of
    crash and occupant sensors provides
    information to the restraints control

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    Supplementary Restraints System
    The airbags are a supplemental restraint
    system and are designed to work with the
    safety belts to help protect the driver and
    right front passenger from certain upper
    body injuries. Airbags do not inflate slowly;
    there is a risk of injury from a deploying
    airbag.

    PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION
    WARNINGS
    Airbags do not inflate slowly or
    gently, and the risk of injury from a
    deploying airbag is the greatest close
    to the trim covering the airbag module.

    Note: You will hear a loud bang and see a
    cloud of harmless powdery residue if an
    airbag deploys. This is normal.

    All occupants of your vehicle,
    including the driver, should always
    properly wear their safety belts, even
    when an airbag supplemental restraint
    system is provided. Failure to properly wear
    your safety belt could seriously increase
    the risk of injury or death.

    The airbags inflate and deflate rapidly
    upon activation. After airbag deployment,
    it is normal to notice a smoke-like, powdery
    residue or smell the burnt propellant. This
    may consist of cornstarch, talcum powder
    (to lubricate the bag) or sodium
    compounds (for example, baking soda)
    that result from the combustion process
    that inflates the airbag. Small amounts of
    sodium hydroxide may be present which
    may irritate the skin and eyes, but none of
    the residue is toxic.

    Always transport children 12 years
    old and under in the back seat and
    always properly use appropriate
    child restraints. Failure to follow this could
    seriously increase the risk of injury or death.
    Never place your arm over the airbag
    module as a deploying airbag can
    result in serious arm fractures or
    other injuries.

    While the system is designed to help
    reduce serious injuries, contact with a
    deploying airbag may also cause abrasions
    or swelling. Temporary hearing loss is also
    a possibility as a result of the noise
    associated with a deploying airbag.
    Because airbags must inflate rapidly and
    with considerable force, there is the risk of
    death or serious injuries such as fractures,
    facial and eye injuries or internal injuries,
    particularly to occupants who are not
    properly restrained or are otherwise out of
    position at the time of airbag deployment.
    Thus, it is extremely important that
    occupants be properly restrained as far
    away from the airbag module as possible
    while maintaining vehicle control.

    Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
    child seat. Never place a rear-facing
    child seat in front of an active airbag.
    If you must use a forward-facing child seat
    in the front seat, move the seat all the way
    back.
    Do not attempt to service, repair, or
    modify the airbag supplemental
    restraint systems or its fuses as you
    could be seriously injured or killed. Contact
    your authorized dealer as soon as possible.
    Several airbag system components
    get hot after inflation. Do not touch
    them after inflation as this may result
    in serious injury.

    Routine maintenance of the airbags is not
    required.

    If the airbag has deployed, the airbag
    will not function again and must be
    replaced immediately. If the airbag
    is not replaced, the unrepaired area will
    increase the risk of injury in a collision.

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    Supplementary Restraints System
    SOS POST-CRASH ALERT
    SYSTEM
    The system flashes the turn signal lamps
    and sounds the horn (intermittently) in the
    event of a serious impact that deploys an
    airbag (front, side, side curtain or Safety
    Canopy) or the safety belt pretensioners.
    The horn and lamps will turn off when:
    • the hazard control button is pressed
    • the panic button (if equipped) is
    pressed on the remote entry
    transmitter, or
    • your vehicle runs out of power.

    E151127

    The driver and front passenger airbags will
    deploy during significant frontal and near
    frontal crashes.
    The driver and passenger front airbag
    system consists of:
    • driver and passenger airbag modules.
    • front passenger sensing system.

    DRIVER AND PASSENGER
    AIRBAGS
    WARNINGS
    Never place your arm or any objects
    over an airbag module. Placing your
    arm over a deploying airbag can
    result in serious arm fractures or other
    injuries. Objects placed on or over the
    airbag inflation area may cause those
    objects to be propelled by the airbag into
    your face and torso causing serious injury.

    · crash sensors and monitoring
    system with readiness indicator.
    See Crash Sensors and Airbag
    Indicator (page 41).

    Proper Driver and Front Passenger
    Seating Adjustment
    WARNING

    Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
    child seat. Never place a rear-facing
    child seat in front of an active airbag.
    If you must use a forward-facing child seat
    in the front seat, move the seat all the way
    back.

    National Highway Traffic Safety
    Administration (NHTSA)
    recommends a minimum distance
    of at least 10 inches (25 centimeters)
    between an occupant’s chest and the
    driver airbag module.
    To properly position yourself away from
    the airbag:
    • Move your seat to the rear as far as you
    can while still reaching the pedals
    comfortably.
    • Recline the seat slightly (one or two
    degrees) from the upright position.

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    Supplementary Restraints System
    After all occupants have adjusted their
    seats and put on safety belts, it is very
    important that they continue to sit
    properly. A properly seated occupant sits
    upright, leaning against the seat back, and
    centered on the seat cushion, with their
    feet comfortably extended on the floor.
    Sitting improperly can increase the chance
    of injury in a crash event. For example, if
    an occupant slouches, lies down, turns
    sideways, sits forward, leans forward or
    sideways, or puts one or both feet up, the
    chance of injury during a crash is greatly
    increased.

    FRONT PASSENGER SENSING
    SYSTEM
    WARNINGS
    Even with Advanced Restraints
    Systems, children 12 and under
    should be properly restrained in a
    rear seating position. Failure to follow this
    could seriously increase the risk of injury or
    death.
    Sitting improperly out of position or
    with the seat back reclined too far
    can take off weight from the seat
    cushion and affect the decision of the front
    passenger sensing system, resulting in
    serious injury or death in a crash.

    Children and Airbags
    WARNING

    To reduce the risk of possible serious
    injury: Do not stow objects in seat
    back map pocket or hang objects off
    seat back if a child is in the front passenger
    seat. Do not place objects underneath the
    front passenger seat or between the seat
    and the center console. Check the
    passenger airbag off or pass airbag off
    indicator lamp for proper airbag status.
    Failure to follow these instructions may
    interfere with the front passenger seat
    sensing system.

    Airbags can kill or injure a child in a
    child seat. Never place a rear-facing
    child seat in front of an active airbag.
    If you must use a forward-facing child seat
    in the front seat, move the seat all the way
    back.

    Any alteration or modification to the
    front passenger seat may affect the
    performance of the front passenger
    sensing system.
    This system works with sensors that are
    part of the front passenger’s seat and
    safety belt to detect the presence of a
    properly-seated occupant and determine
    if the front passenger’s frontal airbag
    should be enabled (may inflate) or not.

    E142846

    Children must always be properly
    restrained. Accident statistics suggest that
    children are safer when properly restrained
    in the rear seating positions than in the
    front seating position. Failure to follow
    these instructions may increase the risk of
    injury in a crash.

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    Supplementary Restraints System
    The front passenger sensing system is
    designed to enable (may inflate) the front
    passenger's frontal airbag anytime the
    system senses that a person of adult size
    is sitting properly in the front passenger
    seat.

    E157152

    The front passenger sensing system uses
    a pass airbag off indicator which will
    illuminate and stay lit to remind you that
    the front passenger frontal airbag is
    disabled. The indicator lamp is located at
    the top center of the instrument panel.

    If a person of adult size is sitting in the front
    passenger’s seat, but the airbag off
    indicator lamp is lit, it is possible that the
    person isn’t sitting properly in the seat. If
    this happens:
    • Turn the vehicle off and ask the person
    to place the seat back in the full upright
    position.
    • Have the person sit upright in the seat,
    centered on the seat cushion, with the
    person’s legs comfortably extended.
    • Restart the vehicle and have the person
    remain in this position for about two
    minutes. This will allow the system to
    detect that person and enable the
    passenger’s frontal airbag.
    • If the indicator lamp remains lit even
    after this, the person should be advised
    to ride in the rear seat.

    Note: When the ignition is first tuned on,
    the indicator lamp will illuminate for a short
    period of time to confirm it is functional.
    The front passenger sensing system is
    designed to disable (will not inflate) the
    front passenger's frontal airbag when a
    rear facing infant seat, a forward-facing
    child restraint, or a booster seat is
    detected. Even with this technology,
    parents are STRONGLY encouraged to
    always properly restrain children in the rear
    seat. The sensor also turns off the
    passenger front airbag and seat-mounted
    side airbag when the passenger seat is
    empty.




    When the front passenger sensing
    system disables (will not inflate) the
    front passenger frontal airbag, the
    indicator lamp will illuminate and stay
    lit to remind you that the front
    passenger frontal airbag is disabled.
    If the child restraint has been installed
    and the indicator lamp is not lit, then
    turn the vehicle off, remove the child
    restraint from the vehicle and reinstall
    the restraint following the child
    restraint manufacturer's instructions.

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    When the front passenger sensing
    system enables the front passenger
    frontal airbag (may inflate), the
    indicator lamp will be unlit and stay
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    Supplementary Restraints System

    Occupant

    Passenger airbag OFF indicator

    Passenger airbag

    Empty

    Unlit

    Disabled

    Child

    Lit

    Disabled

    Adult

    Unlit

    Enabled

    Note: When the passenger airbag off light
    is illuminated, the passenger (seat
    mounted) side airbag may be disabled to
    avoid the risk of airbag deployment injuries.

    The conditions listed above may cause the
    weight of a properly seated occupant to
    be incorrectly interpreted by the front
    passenger sensing system. The person in
    the front passenger seat may appear
    heavier or lighter due to the conditions
    described in the list above.

    After all occupants have adjusted their
    seats and put on safety belts, it is very
    important that they continue to sit
    properly. A properly seated occupant sits
    upright, leaning against the seat back, and
    centered on the seat cushion, with their
    feet comfortably extended on the floor.
    Sitting improperly can increase the chance
    of injury in a crash event. For example, if
    an occupant slouches, lies down, turns
    sideways, sits forward, leans forward or
    sideways, or puts one or both feet up, the
    chance of injury during a crash is greatly
    increased.

    Make sure the front passenger
    sensing system is operating
    properly. See Crash Sensors
    and Airbag Indicator (page 41).
    If the airbag readiness light is lit, do the
    following:
    The driver and adult passengers should
    check for objects lodged underneath the
    front passenger seat, or cargo interfering
    with the seat.

    If you think that the status of the passenger
    airbag off indicator lamp is incorrect, check
    for the following:

    If there are lodged objects, or cargo is
    interfering with the seat, take the following
    steps to remove the obstruction:















    Objects lodged underneath the seat
    Objects between the seat cushion and
    the center console
    Objects hanging off the seat back
    Objects stowed in the seat back map
    pocket
    Objects placed on the occupant's lap
    Cargo interference with the seat
    Other passengers pushing or pulling on
    the seat
    Rear passenger feet and knees resting
    or pushing on the seat




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    Pull the vehicle over.
    Turn the vehicle off.
    Driver and adult passengers should
    check for any objects lodged
    underneath the front passenger seat
    or cargo interfering with the seat.
    Remove the obstruction(s) (if found).
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    Supplementary Restraints System




    Wait at least two minutes and verify
    that the airbag readiness light is no
    longer illuminated.
    If the airbag readiness light remains
    illuminated, this may or may not be a
    problem due to the front passenger
    sensing system.

    WARNINGS
    If the side airbag has deployed, the
    airbag will not function again. The
    side airbag system (including the
    seat) must be inspected and serviced by
    an authorized dealer. If the airbag is not
    replaced, the unrepaired area will increase
    the risk of injury in a crash.

    Do not attempt to repair or service the
    system. Take your vehicle immediately to
    an authorized dealer.

    The side airbags are located on the
    outboard side of the seatbacks of the front
    seats. In certain sideways crashes, the
    airbag on the side affected by the crash
    will be inflated. The airbag was designed
    to inflate between the door panel and
    occupant to further enhance the protection
    provided occupants in side impact crashes.

    If it is necessary to modify an advanced
    front airbag system to accommodate a
    person with disabilities, contact the Ford
    Customer Relationship Center. See
    Getting the Services You Need (page
    160).

    SIDE AIRBAGS
    WARNINGS
    Do not place objects or mount
    equipment on or near the airbag
    cover, on the side of the seatbacks
    (of the front seats), or in front seat areas
    that may come into contact with a
    deploying airbag. Failure to follow these
    instructions may increase the risk of
    personal injury in the event of a crash.

    E152533

    Do not use accessory seat covers.
    The use of accessory seat covers
    may prevent the deployment of the
    side airbags and increase the risk of injury
    in an accident.

    The system consists of the following:
    • A label or embossed side panel
    indicating that side airbags are fitted
    to your vehicle.
    • Side airbags located inside the driver
    and front passenger seatbacks.
    • Front passenger sensing system.

    Do not lean your head on the door.
    The side airbag could injure you as it
    deploys from the side of the
    seatback.

    ·Crash sensors and monitoring
    system with readiness indicator.
    See Crash Sensors and Airbag
    Indicator (page 41).

    Do not attempt to service, repair, or
    modify the airbag, its fuses or the
    seat cover on a seat containing an
    airbag as you could be seriously injured or
    killed. Contact your authorized dealer as
    soon as possible.

    Note: The passenger sensing system will
    deactivate the passenger seat-mounted
    side airbag if it detects an empty passenger
    seat.

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    Supplementary Restraints System
    The design and development of the side
    airbag system included recommended
    testing procedures that were developed
    by a group of automotive safety experts
    known as the Side Airbag Technical
    Working Group. These recommended
    testing procedures help reduce the risk of
    injuries related to the deployment of side
    airbags.

    WARNINGS
    Do not attempt to service, repair, or
    modify the side curtain airbags, its
    fuses, the A, B, or C pillar trim, or the
    headliner on a vehicle containing side
    curtain airbags. Contact your authorized
    dealer as soon as possible.
    All occupants of the vehicle including
    the driver should always wear their
    safety belts even when an airbag
    supplemental restraint system and side
    curtain airbag is provided.

    KNEE AIRBAG (IF EQUIPPED)
    A driver’s knee airbag is located under or
    within the instrument panel. During a crash,
    the restraints control module may activate
    the driver’s knee airbag based on crash
    severity and occupant conditions. Under
    certain crash and occupant conditions, the
    driver’s knee airbag may deploy but the
    driver’s front airbag may not activate. As
    with front and side airbags, it is important
    to be properly seated and restrained to
    reduce the risk of death or serious injury.

    To reduce risk of injury, do not
    obstruct or place objects in the
    deployment path of the side curtain
    airbag.
    If the side curtain airbags have
    deployed, the side curtain airbags
    will not function again. The side
    curtain airbags (including the A, B and C
    pillar trim and headliner) must be
    inspected and serviced by an authorized
    dealer. If the side curtain airbag is not
    replaced, the unrepaired area will increase
    the risk of injury in a crash.

    Make sure the knee airbag is
    operating properly. See Crash
    Sensors and Airbag Indicator
    (page 41).

    The side curtain airbags will deploy during
    significant side crashes. The side curtain
    airbags are mounted to the roof side-rail
    sheet metal, behind the headliner, above
    each row of seats. The side curtain airbags
    are designed to inflate between the side
    window area and occupants to further
    enhance protection provided in side impact
    crashes.

    SIDE CURTAIN AIRBAGS
    WARNINGS
    Do not place objects or mount
    equipment on or near the headliner
    at the siderail that may come into
    contact with a deploying side curtain
    airbag. Failure to follow these instructions
    may increase the risk of personal injury in
    the event of a crash.

    The system consists of the following:

    Do not lean your head on the door.
    The side curtain airbag could injure
    you as it deploys from the headliner.

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    Supplementary Restraints System
    CRASH SENSORS AND
    AIRBAG INDICATOR
    WARNING
    Modifying or adding equipment to
    the front end of the vehicle (including
    frame, bumper, front end body
    structure and tow hooks) may affect the
    performance of the airbag system,
    increasing the risk of injury. Do not modify
    the front end of the vehicle.

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    Side curtain airbags located above the
    trim panels over the front and rear side
    windows identified by a label or
    wording on the headliner or roof-pillar
    trim.
    A flexible headliner which opens above
    the side doors to allow side air curtain
    deployment.

    The vehicle has a collection of crash and
    occupant sensors which provide
    information to the restraints control
    module which deploys (activates) the
    front safety belt pretensioners, driver
    airbag, passenger airbag, knee airbag(s),
    seat mounted side airbags, and the side
    curtain airbags. Based on the type of crash
    (frontal impact or side impact), the
    restraints control module will deploy the
    appropriate safety devices.

    Crash sensors and monitoring
    system with readiness indicator.
    See Crash Sensors and Airbag
    Indicator (page 41).

    The restraints control module also
    monitors the readiness of the above safety
    devices plus the crash and occupant
    sensors. The readiness of the safety
    system is indicated by a warning indicator
    light in the instrument cluster or by a
    backup tone if the warning light is not
    working. Routine maintenance of the
    airbag is not required.

    Children 12 years old and under should
    always be properly restrained in the back
    seats. The side curtain airbags will not
    interfere with children restrained using a
    properly installed child or booster seat
    because it is designed to inflate downward
    from the headliner above the doors along
    the side window opening.

    A difficulty with the system is indicated by
    one or more of the following:

    The design and development of the side
    curtain airbags included recommended
    testing procedures that were developed
    by a group of automotive safety experts
    known as the Side Airbag Technical
    Working Group. These recommended
    testing procedures help reduce the risk of
    injuries related to the deployment of side
    curtain airbags.

    The readiness light will not
    illuminate immediately after the
    ignition is turned on.



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    The readiness light will either flash or
    stay lit.
    A series of five beeps will be heard. The
    tone pattern will repeat periodically
    until the problem, the light or both are
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    Supplementary Restraints System
    If any of these things happen, even
    intermittently, have the supplemental
    restraint system serviced at an authorized
    dealer immediately. Unless serviced, the
    system may not function properly in the
    event of a crash.



    The safety belt pretensioners and the front
    airbag supplemental restraint system are
    designed to activate when the vehicle
    sustains longitudinal deceleration
    sufficient to cause the restraints control
    module to deploy a safety device.



    The fact that the safety belt pretensioners
    or front airbags did not activate for both
    front seat occupants in a crash does not
    mean that something is wrong with the
    system. Rather, it means the restraints
    control module determined the accident
    conditions (crash severity, belt usage)
    were not appropriate to activate these
    safety devices.






    AIRBAG DISPOSAL
    Contact your authorized dealer as soon as
    possible. Airbags must be disposed of by
    qualified personnel.

    The design of the front airbags is to
    activate only in frontal and near-frontal
    crashes (not rollovers, side impacts or
    rear impacts) unless the crash causes
    sufficient longitudinal deceleration.
    The design of the safety belt
    pretensioners is to activate in frontal
    and near-frontal crashes, and may also
    activate when a side curtain deploys.
    The driver's knee airbag may deploy
    based on crash severity and occupant
    conditions.

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    The design of the side airbags is to
    inflate in certain side impact crashes.
    Side airbags may activate in other
    types of crashes if your vehicle
    experiences sufficient sideways motion
    or deformation.
    The design of the Safety Canopy is to
    inflate in certain side impact crashes
    or rollover events. The Safety Canopy
    may activate in other types of crashes
    if your vehicle experiences sufficient
    sideways motion or deformation, or a
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    Keys and Remote Controls
    Intelligent Access (If Equipped)

    GENERAL INFORMATION ON
    RADIO FREQUENCIES

    The system uses a radio frequency signal
    to communicate with your vehicle and
    authorize your vehicle to unlock when one
    of the following conditions are met:
    • You touch the inside of the front
    exterior door handle.
    • You press the luggage compartment
    button.
    • You press a button on the transmitter.

    This device complies with Part 15 of the
    FCC Rules and with Industry Canada
    license-exempt RSS standard(s).
    Operation is subject to the following two
    conditions: (1) This device may not cause
    harmful interference, and (2) This device
    must accept any interference received,
    including interference that may cause
    undesired operation.

    If excessive radio frequency interference
    is present in the area or if the transmitter
    battery is low, you may need to
    mechanically unlock your door. You can
    use the mechanical key blade in your
    intelligent access key to open the driver
    door in this situation. See Remote
    Control (page 43).

    Note: Changes or modifications not
    expressively approved by the party
    responsible for compliance could void the
    user's authority to operate the equipment.
    The term IC before the radio certification
    number only signifies that Industry Canada
    technical specifications were met.
    The typical operating range for your
    transmitter is approximately 33 feet (10
    meters). Vehicles with the remote start
    feature will have a greater range. One of
    the following could cause a decrease in
    operating range:
    • weather conditions
    • nearby radio towers
    • structures around the vehicle
    • other vehicles parked next to your
    vehicle

    REMOTE CONTROL
    Integrated Keyhead Transmitter (If
    Equipped)

    The radio frequency used by your remote
    control can also be used by other short
    distance radio transmissions, for example
    amateur radios, medical equipment,
    wireless headphones, remote controls and
    alarm systems. If the frequencies are
    jammed, you will not be able to use your
    remote control. You can lock and unlock
    the doors with the key.

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    Use the key blade to start your vehicle and
    unlock or lock the driver door from outside
    your vehicle. The transmitter portion
    functions as the remote control.

    Note: Make sure to lock your vehicle before
    leaving it unattended.
    Note: If you are in range, the remote control
    will operate if you press any button
    unintentionally.
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    Keys and Remote Controls
    Reprogramming the Unlocking
    Function
    Note: When you press the unlock button
    either all the doors are unlocked or only the
    driver’s door and the liftgate are unlocked.
    Pressing the unlock button again unlocks
    all the doors.
    You can reprogram the unlocking function
    using the remote control so that only the
    driver's door is unlocked. This will enable
    two-stage unlocking.

    E162601

    Note: Your vehicle’s keys came with a
    security label that provides important
    vehicle key cut information. Keep the label
    in a safe place for future reference.

    Press and hold the unlock and lock buttons
    on the remote control simultaneously for
    at least four seconds with the ignition off.
    The direction indicators will flash twice to
    confirm the change.

    Intelligent Access Transmitter (If
    Equipped)

    Your intelligent access keys operate the
    power locks. The key must be in your
    vehicle to activate the push button start
    system.

    To return to the original unlocking function,
    repeat the process.

    Replacing the Battery

    The intelligent access key also contains a
    removable mechanical key blade that you
    can use to unlock the driver door.

    Note: Refer to local regulations when
    disposing of transmitter batteries.
    Note: Do not wipe off any grease on the
    battery terminals or on the back surface of
    the circuit board.

    2

    Note: Replacing the battery will not delete
    the transmitter from the vehicle. The
    transmitter should operate normally.
    The remote control uses one coin-type
    three-volt lithium battery CR2032 or
    equivalent.

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    1

    Note: Your vehicle’s back-up keys came
    with a security tag that provides important
    vehicle key cut information. Keep the tag in
    a safe place for future reference.

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    Keys and Remote Controls
    Vehicles without Intelligent Access

    3
    1

    E126281

    Note: Do not touch the battery contacts or
    the printed circuit board with the
    screwdriver.

    E126152

    1.

    Insert a screwdriver into the recess on
    the back of the key and remove the key
    blade.

    3. Carefully pry out the battery with the
    screwdriver.
    4. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
    the + facing upward.
    5. Assemble the two halves of the remote
    control.
    6. Install the key blade.

    2

    Integrated Keyhead Transmitter

    E126153

    2. Release the retaining clips with the
    screwdriver and separate the two
    halves of the remote control.

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    1.

    Twist a thin coin in the slot of the
    transmitter near the key ring to remove
    the battery cover.
    2. Remove the old battery.

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    Keys and Remote Controls

    3

    E138620
    3. Insert the new battery. Refer to the
    instructions inside the transmitter for
    the correct orientation of the battery.
    Press the battery down to make sure
    it is fully in the housing.
    4. Snap the battery cover back onto the
    transmitter.

    E105362

    3. Twist the screwdriver in the position
    shown to start separating the two
    halves of the remote control.

    Intelligent Access Transmitter

    2

    1

    4
    E119190

    E87964

    4. Twist the screwdriver in the position
    shown to separate the two halves of
    the remote control.

    1

    1.

    Press and hold the buttons on the
    edges to release the cover. Carefully
    remove the cover.
    2. Remove the key blade.

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    Keys and Remote Controls
    Note: Do not touch the battery contacts or
    the printed circuit board with the
    screwdriver.
    5. Carefully remove the battery with the
    screwdriver.
    6. Install a new battery (3V CR 2032) with
    the + facing downward.
    7. Assemble the two halves of the remote
    control.
    8. Install the key blade.

    Car Finder
    Press the button twice within
    three seconds. The horn will
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    sound and the turn signals will
    flash. We recommend you use this method
    to locate your vehicle, rather than using
    the panic alarm.
    Note: If locking was not successful or if any
    door or the liftgate is open, or if the hood is
    open on vehicles with a perimeter alarm or
    remote start, the horn will sound twice and
    the lamps will not flash.

    Sounding a Panic Alarm
    Note: The panic alarm will only operate
    when the ignition is off.

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    Press the button to activate the
    alarm. Press the button again or
    turn the ignition on to deactivate.

    REPLACING A LOST KEY OR
    REMOTE CONTROL
    Replacement or additional keys or remote
    controls can be purchased from an
    authorized dealer. Your dealer can program
    the remote controls for your vehicle or you
    may be able to program them yourself.
    See Remote Control (page 43).
    To re-program the passive anti-theft
    system see an authorized dealer.

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    MyKey™ (If Equipped)
    Non-configurable Settings

    PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

    The following settings cannot be changed:
    • Belt-minder. You cannot disable this
    feature. The audio system will mute
    when the front seat occupants' safety
    belts are not fastened.
    • Low fuel level warning. The low fuel
    warning is activated earlier, giving the
    MyKey user more time to refuel.
    • Driver assist features, if equipped on
    your vehicle, are forced on: parking aid,
    blind spot information system (BLIS®)
    with cross traffic alert, lane departure
    warning, Forward collision warning
    system.
    • Satellite radio adult content
    restrictions.

    MyKey allows you to program keys with
    restricted driving modes to promote good
    driving habits. All but one of the keys
    programmed to the vehicle can be
    activated 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 any MyKey.

    Configurable Settings
    You can configure MyKey settings when
    you first create a MyKey before you recycle
    the key or restart the engine. You can also
    change the settings afterward with an
    admin key.

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

    Vehicles with Keyless Entry

    These settings can be configured
    immediately after a MyKey is first created
    or changed afterward with an Admin key
    before you recycle the key or restart the
    engine:
    • 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.
    • Vehicle speed minders of 45, 55 or 65
    mph (75, 90 or 105 km/h). Once you
    select a speed it will be shown in the
    display followed by an audible tone
    when the set vehicle speed is
    exceeded.

    If a MyKey and an admin key are present,
    your vehicle will recognize the admin key
    only.
    Note: For vehicles with intelligent access
    key (push button start) keyless start, when
    both a MyKey and an admin intelligent
    access key (fob) are present, the admin fob
    will be recognized by the vehicle to start the
    engine.

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    MyKey™ (If Equipped)




    Audio system maximum volume of
    45%. A message will be shown in the
    display when you attempt to exceed
    the limited volume. Also, speed
    sensitive compensated (automatic
    volume control) feature will be
    disabled.
    Always on setting. When this is
    selected you will not be able to disable
    Advance Trac, Emergency Assist or the
    do not disturb feature (if your vehicle
    is equipped with these features).

    5. When prompted, hold the OK button
    until you see a message informing you
    to label this key as a MyKey. The key
    will be restricted at the next start.
    MyKey is successfully created. Make sure
    you label it so you can distinguish it from
    the admin keys.
    You can program optional settings for the
    key(s). Refer to Programming or
    Changing Optional Settings.
    All MyKeys can be cleared within the same
    key cycle in which a MyKey was created,
    otherwise an admin key is required to clear
    the keys. See Clearing All MyKeys (page
    50).

    CREATING A MYKEY
    Use the information display to create a
    MyKey:

    Programming or Changing
    Optional Settings
    Use the information display to access your
    optional MyKey settings.
    1.

    Switch the ignition on using an admin
    key. If the vehicle has push button start,
    hold an intelligent access admin key
    next to the steering column exactly as
    shown and switch the ignition on.
    2. Access the main menu and select
    Settings, then MyKey.
    3. Use the arrow buttons to get to an
    optional feature.
    4. Press OK or the right arrow button to
    scroll through settings.
    5. Press OK or the right arrow button to
    make a selection.
    Note: You can clear or change your MyKey
    settings at any time during the same key
    cycle as you created them with either the
    MyKey or an admin key. Once you have
    switched the engine off, you will need an
    admin key to change or clear your MyKey
    settings.

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    1.

    Insert the key you want to program into
    the ignition or, if the vehicle has push
    button start, hold the intelligent access
    key next to the steering column exactly
    as shown.
    2. Switch the ignition on.
    3. Access the main menu on the
    information display controls and select
    Settings, then MyKey by pressing OK
    or the right arrow button.
    4. Press OK to select Create MyKey.
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    MyKey™ (If Equipped)
    CLEARING ALL MYKEYS

    Number of Admin Keys

    You can clear all MyKeys within the same
    key cycle as you created the MyKey. If you
    switch your ignition off, however, you will
    need to use an admin key to clear your
    MyKeys.

    Indicates how many admin keys are
    programmed to your vehicle. Use this
    feature to determine how many
    unrestricted keys you have for your vehicle,
    and detect if an additional MyKey has been
    programmed.

    Note: When you clear your MyKeys, you
    remove all restrictions and return all MyKeys
    to their original admin key status at once.

    USING MYKEY WITH REMOTE
    START SYSTEMS

    To clear all MyKeys of all MyKey settings,
    use the information display to do the
    following:

    MyKey is not compatible with
    non-Ford-approved aftermarket remote
    start systems. If you choose to install a
    remote start system, please see your Ford
    authorized dealer for a Ford-approved
    remote start system.

    1.

    Access the main menu and select
    Settings, then MyKey.
    2. Scroll to Clear All and press the OK
    button.
    3. Hold the OK button until ALL
    MYKEYS CLEARED displays.

    The following information MAY help
    customers who choose to use a
    non-Ford-approved remote start system.
    The actions provided below do NOT make
    MyKey compatible with
    non-Ford-approved remote start system,
    but it may help you retain some MyKey
    functions.

    CHECKING MYKEY SYSTEM
    STATUS
    You can find information about your
    programmed MyKeys by using the
    information display.

    Vehicles With Ford-approved
    Aftermarket Remote Start Systems
    When using a Ford-approved aftermarket
    remote start system, the vehicle recognizes
    the remote start system as an additional
    admin key. It is the vehicle’s default setting.
    You can also program the remote start as
    a MyKey. As a result, the MyKey system
    status menu display includes the remote
    start system as an additional key in the
    total count of MYKEY(S) PROGRAMMED
    or ADMIN KEYS PROGRAMMED. See
    Checking MyKey System Status (page
    50).

    MyKey Distance
    Tracks the distance when drivers use a
    MyKey. The only way to delete the
    accumulated distance is by using an admin
    key to reset the MyKey distance to zero. If
    the distance does not accumulate as
    expected, then the intended user is not
    using the MyKey, or an admin key user
    recently reset the distance.

    Number of MyKeys
    Indicates the number of MyKeys
    programmed to your vehicle. Use this
    feature to detect how many MyKeys you
    have for your vehicle and determine when
    a MyKey has been deleted.

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    MyKey™ (If Equipped)
    MyKey is not compatible with
    non-Ford-approved aftermarket remote
    start systems. If you choose to install a
    remote start system, please see a Ford
    authorized dealer for a Ford-approved
    system.

    When you start your vehicle with a
    Ford-approved aftermarket remote start
    system, the system stalls the engine after
    you open the door or shift the vehicle into
    gear. This is intentional. When you restart
    your vehicle, it reads your real key
    (traditional key or intelligent key fob)
    status instead of the remote start system’s
    status.

    The following information may help
    customers who choose to install a
    non-Ford-approved remote start system.
    The actions provided below do not make
    MyKey compatible with
    non-Ford-approved remote start systems,
    but may help you retain some MyKey
    functions.

    As an added precaution, owners of vehicles
    equipped with traditional keys may want
    to program the remote start system as a
    MyKey, if the MyKey driver uses the remote
    start fob. That way, when the MyKey driver
    starts the vehicle with the remote start
    system, the MyKey restrictions remain
    active.

    When using a non-Ford-approved remote
    start system, the vehicle may recognize
    the remote start system as an additional
    admin key with its associated privileges. If
    you restart the engine by inserting a key
    into the ignition cylinder and recycling the
    ignition completely, then you may retain
    some MyKey functions. This action forces
    your vehicle to read the traditional key
    instead of the remote start fob and then
    uses the key's associated privileges.

    With a Ford-approved aftermarket remote
    start system, it is possible to program all
    real keys as MyKeys unintentionally. If this
    happens, then the remote start fob is the
    admin key. If you want to have only one
    real key as a MyKey, or do not want to have
    any MyKeys, then you need to use your
    remote start to clear all MyKeys. In that
    case, follow these steps:




    Note: The MyKey system status menu
    display may include the remote start system
    as an additional key in the total count of
    MYKEY(S) PROGRAMMED or ADMIN KEYS
    PROGRAMMED. See Checking MyKey
    System Status (page 50).

    Enter the vehicle and close all doors.
    Remote start the vehicle using your
    remote start fob.
    See Clearing All MyKeys (page 50).
    Follow Steps 1-3.

    As an added precaution, owners of vehicles
    equipped with traditional keys may want
    to program the remote start system as a
    MyKey, if the MyKey driver uses the remote
    start fob. That way, when the MyKey driver
    starts the vehicle with the remote start
    system, the MyKey restrictions will be
    remain active.

    After clearing your MyKeys, you can create
    a new MyKey. See Creating a MyKey
    (page 49).
    Note: For vehicles with Intelligent Access
    Keys (Push-button Start), you cannot
    program the remote start system as a
    MyKey. Always treat the remote start fob
    as you would any other admin key.
    Vehicles With Non-Ford-approved
    Aftermarket Remote Start Systems

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    MyKey™ (If Equipped)
    With a non-Ford-approved aftermarket
    remote start system, it is possible to
    program all real keys as MyKeys
    unintentionally. If this happens, then the
    remote start fob is the admin key. If you
    want to have only one real key as a MyKey,
    or do not want to have any MyKeys, then
    you need to use your remote start to clear
    all MyKeys. In that case, follow these steps:





    Enter the vehicle and close all doors.
    Remote start the vehicle using your
    non-Ford-approved remote start fob.
    See Clearing All MyKeys (page 50).
    Follow Steps 1-3.

    After clearing your MyKeys, you can create
    a new MyKey. See Creating a MyKey
    (page 49).
    Note: For vehicles with Intelligent Access
    Keys (Push-button Start), you cannot
    program the remote start system as a
    MyKey. Always treat the remote start fob
    as you would any other admin key.

    MYKEY TROUBLESHOOTING
    Condition

    Potential Causes

    I cannot program a key.

    The key in the ignition does not have admin
    privileges.
    The key in the ignition is the only admin key
    (there always has to be at least one admin
    key).
    The intelligent access key is not in the
    correct position (vehicles with push-button
    start).
    SecuriLock passive anti-theft system is
    disabled or in unlimited mode.
    The vehicle has been started using a
    remote start system that is not
    programmed with admin privileges. See
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems (page 50).

    I cannot program the optional settings.

    The key in the ignition does not have admin
    privileges.
    MyKeys have been created. See Creating
    a MyKey (page 49).
    The vehicle has been started using a
    remote start system that is not
    programmed with admin privileges. See
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems (page 50).

    I cannot clear the restricted keys.

    The key in the ignition does not have admin
    privileges.

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    MyKey™ (If Equipped)
    Condition

    Potential Causes

    No restricted keys are programmed to the
    vehicle. See Creating a MyKey (page 49).
    The vehicle has been started using a
    remote start system that is not
    programmed with admin privileges. See
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems (page 50).
    I lost the only admin key.

    Purchase a new key from an authorized
    dealer.

    I lost a key.

    Program a spare key. See Passive AntiTheft System (page 61).

    I accidentally programmed all keys as
    restricted keys

    The vehicle has a remote start system that
    is recognized as an admin key. Reset all
    restricted keys using remote start. See
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems (page 50).

    No restricted key functions with intelligent An admin key is present at engine start-up.
    access key (push-button start).
    No restricted keys are programmed to the
    vehicle. See Creating a MyKey (page 49).
    Restricted key programmed total includes An unknown key has been programmed to
    one additional key.
    the vehicle as a restricted key.
    Vehicle has a remote start system. See
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems (page 50).
    Admin keys programmed total includes one An unknown key has been programmed to
    additional key.
    the vehicle as an admin key.
    Vehicle has a remote start system. See
    Using MyKey With Remote Start
    Systems (page 50).
    MyKey distances do not accumulate.

    The MyKey user is not using the
    programmed MyKey.
    An admin key holder reset the MyKey
    system.

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    Locks
    Press the button again within three
    seconds to confirm that all the doors are
    closed. The doors will lock again, and the
    direction indicators will flash twice if all
    the doors and the luggage compartment
    are closed.

    LOCKING AND UNLOCKING
    Remote Control
    The remote control can be used any time
    your vehicle is not running.

    Note: If any door or the luggage
    compartment is not closed, or if the hood is
    not closed on vehicles that have an
    anti-theft alarm or remote start, the
    direction indicators will not flash.

    Unlocking the Doors
    Note: You can unlock the driver's door with
    the key. Use the key when the remote
    control is not functioning.
    Note: When you lock your vehicle for
    several weeks, the remote control will be
    switched off. Your vehicle must be unlocked
    and the engine started using the key.
    Unlocking and starting your vehicle once will
    enable the remote control.

    Automatic Re-locking
    The doors will relock automatically if you
    do not open a door within 45 seconds of
    unlocking the doors with the remote
    control. The door locks and the alarm will
    return to their previous state.

    One-Stage Unlocking

    Locking and Unlocking the Doors
    From Inside

    Press the button to unlock all the
    doors.

    The power door lock control is located on
    the instrument panel near the radio.

    The direction indicators will flash.
    Two-Stage Unlocking

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    Press the button to unlock the
    driver’s door.

    Press the button to lock and
    unlock all the doors. The lamp
    illuminates with the doors

    locked.

    Press the button again within three
    seconds to unlock all doors.

    Locking and Unlocking the Doors
    with the Key

    The direction indicators will flash.

    Note: Do not leave your keys in your vehicle.

    Reprogramming the Unlocking
    Function

    Locking with the Key

    You can reprogram the unlocking function
    using the remote control to change
    between one-stage and two-stage
    unlocking. See Remote Control (page
    43).

    Unlocking with the Key

    Turn the top of the key toward the front of
    your vehicle.

    Turn the top of the key toward the rear of
    your vehicle.

    Locking the Doors
    Press the button to lock all the
    doors. The direction indicators
    will flash twice.

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    Locks
    Unlocking the Doors with the
    Interior Door Handles

    When you lock your vehicle using the
    power door lock control (with the door
    open, vehicle in park and ignition off), your
    vehicle will search for an intelligent access
    key in the passenger compartment after
    you close the door. If your vehicle finds a
    key, all of the doors will immediately
    unlock and the horn will chirp, indicating
    that a key is inside.

    You can unlock individual doors by pulling
    the relevant interior door handle. Pulling
    the driver's interior door handle will unlock
    all the doors, if auto unlock has been
    enabled.
    Rear Door Unlocking and Opening

    Smart Unlocks For Integrated
    Keyhead Transmitter

    In order to override the smart unlock
    feature and intentionally lock the
    intelligent access key inside your vehicle,
    you can lock your vehicle after all doors
    are closed by pressing the lock button on
    another intelligent access key or touching
    the locking area on the handle with another
    intelligent access key in your hand.

    This feature helps to prevent you from
    locking yourself out of your vehicle if your
    key is still in the ignition.

    When you open one of the front doors and
    lock your vehicle using the power door lock
    control, all doors will lock then unlock if:

    When you open one of the front doors and
    lock your vehicle with the power door lock
    control, all the doors will lock then unlock
    if your key is still in the ignition.




    You can still lock your vehicle with the key
    in the ignition by pressing the lock button
    on the transmitter even if the doors are not
    closed.

    Auto lock and Auto unlock Feature

    Pull the interior door release handle twice
    to unlock and open the rear door. The first
    pull unlocks the door and the second pull
    will unlatch the door.

    Auto lock
    The Auto lock feature will lock the doors
    and liftgate when all of the following
    conditions have been met:
    • All doors are closed.
    • The ignition is on.
    • Your vehicle is moving at a speed
    greater than 12 mph (20 km/h) for
    more than two seconds.

    If both front doors are closed, you can lock
    your vehicle by any method, regardless of
    whether the key is in the ignition or not.

    Smart Unlocks For Intelligent
    Access Keys (If Equipped)
    This feature helps to prevent you from
    unintentionally locking your intelligent
    access key inside your vehicle’s passenger
    compartment or rear cargo area.

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    Locks
    Auto unlock: Press the power door lock
    button for longer than two seconds and
    release. The horn will chirp once if disabled
    or twice (one short and one long chirp) if
    enabled.

    Auto unlock
    The auto unlock feature will unlock all the
    doors when all of the following conditions
    have been met:
    • The ignition is on, all doors are closed,
    and your vehicle is moving at a speed
    greater than 12 mph (20 km/h) for
    more than two seconds.
    • Your vehicle has come to a stop and
    you switch the ignition off or to the
    accessory position.
    • The driver's door is opened within 10
    minutes of you switching the ignition
    off or to the accessory position.

    After programming the feature, switch the
    ignition off. The horn will chirp once
    indicating programming is complete.
    Note: You can enable or disable the auto
    unlock feature independently of the auto
    lock feature.

    Emergency Locking with the Key
    Note: If the child safety locks are on and
    you pull the interior handle, you will only
    turn off the emergency locking, not the child
    safety lock. You can only open the doors
    using the external door handle.

    Note: The doors will not auto unlock if your
    vehicle has been electronically locked after
    the ignition is turned off and before the
    driver's door is opened.

    Note: If the doors have been unlocked using
    this method, the doors must be locked
    individually until the central locking function
    has been repaired.

    Enabling or Disabling Auto lock and
    Auto unlock
    Note: An authorized dealer can perform this
    procedure, or you can perform the procedure
    yourself.

    Note: When the central locking function
    fails to operate, lock the doors individually
    using the key in the position shown.

    To enable or disable these features, do the
    following:
    Note: You will have 30 seconds to
    complete the procedure.
    1. Switch the ignition on.
    2. Press the power door lock button three
    times.
    3. Switch the ignition off.
    4. Press the power door lock button three
    times.
    5. Switch the ignition on. The horn will
    chirp indicating your vehicle is in
    programming mode.
    Auto lock: Press the power door lock
    button for less than one second and
    release. The horn will chirp once if disabled
    or twice (one short and one long chirp) if
    enabled.

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    Locks
    Left-Hand Side

    Opening and Closing the Liftgate

    Turn clockwise to lock.

    To Open the Liftgate

    Right-Hand Side
    Turn counterclockwise to lock.

    MANUAL LIFTGATE
    WARNINGS
    It is extremely dangerous to ride in
    the cargo area, inside or outside of
    your vehicle. In a collision, people
    riding in these areas are more likely to be
    seriously injured or killed. Do not allow
    people to ride in any area of your vehicle
    that does not have seats and safety belts.
    Make sure everyone in your vehicle is in a
    seat and using a safety belt correctly.

    E138632
    Press the button located in the top of the
    liftgate pull cup handle to unlatch the
    liftgate, then pull on the outside handle.
    Opening With the Remote Control

    Make sure that the liftgate is closed
    to prevent exhaust fumes from being
    drawn into your vehicle. This will also
    prevent passengers and cargo from falling
    out. If you must drive with the liftgate door
    open, keep your vehicle well ventilated so
    outside air does not enter your vehicle.

    Press the button twice within
    three seconds.
    To Close the Liftgate

    Note: Be careful when opening or closing
    the liftgate in a garage or other enclosed
    area to avoid damaging the liftgate.
    Note: Do not hang anything (bike rack, etc.)
    from the spoiler, glass or liftgate. This could
    damage the liftgate and its components.
    Note: Do not leave the liftgate open while
    driving. This could damage the liftgate and
    its components.

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    A recessed grip is located inside the liftgate
    to help with closing.

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    Locks
    Passive Key

    KEYLESS ENTRY

    Your vehicle can be locked and unlocked
    with the passive key. You can use the
    passive key as a remote control. See
    Locking and Unlocking (page 54).

    General Information
    WARNING
    The system may not function if the
    key is close to metal objects or
    electronic devices such as cell
    phones.

    Locking Your Vehicle

    The system will not function if:
    • Your vehicle battery has no charge.
    • The passive key frequencies are
    jammed.
    • The passive key battery has no charge.
    Note: If the system does not function, you
    will need to use the key blade to lock and
    unlock your vehicle.

    E87384

    The system allows you to operate your
    vehicle without the use of a key or remote
    control.

    WARNING
    Your vehicle does not lock itself
    automatically. If you do not press a
    locking button your vehicle will
    remain unlocked.
    Locking buttons are located on each of the
    front doors.
    For central locking and to arm the alarm,
    press a locking button once.
    For double locking and to arm the alarm,
    press a locking button twice within three
    seconds.

    E78276

    Passive locking and unlocking requires a
    valid passive key to be located within one
    of the three external detection ranges.
    These are located approximately five feet
    (one and a half meters) from the front
    door handles and the liftgate.

    Note: Your vehicle will remain locked for
    approximately three seconds. When the
    delay period is over, you can open the doors
    again, provided the passive key is within the
    respective detection range.
    Two short flashes of the direction
    indicators confirms that all the doors and
    the liftgate have been locked and that the
    alarm has been armed.

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    Locks
    Liftgate

    Unlocking Only the Driver's Door

    Note: The liftgate cannot be closed and
    will pop back up if the passive key is located
    inside the luggage compartment with the
    doors locked.

    If the unlocking function is reprogrammed
    so that only the driver’s door and the
    liftgate are unlocked. See Remote
    Control (page 43). Note the following:

    Note: If a second valid passive key is
    located within the liftgate detection range,
    the liftgate can be closed.

    If the driver’s door is the first door which is
    opened, the other doors will remain locked.
    All the other doors can be unlocked from
    inside your vehicle by pressing the unlock
    button on the instrument panel.

    Unlocking Your Vehicle
    Note: When your vehicle remains locked
    for longer than three days, the system will
    enter an energy-saving mode. This is to
    prevent your vehicle battery running out of
    charge. When your vehicle is unlocked while
    in this mode, the reaction time of the system
    may be a little longer than normal. To exit
    the energy-saving mode, unlock your
    vehicle.

    Disabled Keys
    Any keys left inside your vehicle interior
    when it is locked will be disabled.
    You cannot use a disabled key to switch
    the ignition on or start the engine.
    You must enable all passive keys again in
    order to use them.
    To enable all your passive keys, unlock your
    vehicle using a passive key or the remote
    control unlocking function.
    All passive keys will then be enabled if you
    switch the ignition on or you start your
    vehicle with a valid key.

    Locking and Unlocking the Doors
    With the Key Blade

    2
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    Press a locking button once.
    Note: A valid passive key must be located
    within the detection range of that door.

    1

    One long flash of the direction indicators
    confirms that all the doors and the liftgate
    have been unlocked and that the alarm
    has been disarmed.

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    Locks
    2. Remove the key blade and insert it into
    the lock.
    Note: Only the driver's door handle has a
    lock cylinder.

    INTERIOR LUGGAGE
    COMPARTMENT RELEASE (IF
    EQUIPPED)

    WARNINGS
    Keep vehicle doors and luggage
    compartment locked and keep keys
    and remote transmitters out of a
    child’s reach. Unsupervised children could
    lock themselves in the trunk and risk injury.
    Children should be taught not to play in
    vehicles.
    Do not leave children, unreliable
    adults, or animals unattended in the
    vehicle. On hot days, the
    temperature in the trunk or vehicle interior
    can rise very quickly. Exposure of people
    or animals to these high temperatures for
    even a short time can cause death or
    serious heat-related injuries, including brain
    damage. Small children are particularly at
    risk.

    E144403

    The handle is located inside the luggage
    compartment either on the luggage
    compartment door (lid) or near the tail
    lamps. It is composed of a material that
    will glow for hours in darkness following
    brief exposure to ambient light.

    Your vehicle is equipped with a release
    handle that provides a means of escape
    for children and adults if they become
    locked inside the luggage compartment.

    Pull the handle and push up on the luggage
    compartment door (lid) to open from
    within the luggage compartment.

    Adults should familiarize themselves with
    the operation and location of the release
    handle.

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    Security
    Replacement Keys

    PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT
    SYSTEM

    Note: Your vehicle comes equipped with
    two integrated keyhead transmitters or two
    intelligent access keys.

    Note: The system is not compatible with
    non-Ford aftermarket remote start systems.
    Use of these systems may result in vehicle
    starting problems and a loss of security
    protection.

    The integrated keyhead transmitter
    functions as a programmed ignition key
    that operates all the locks and starts the
    vehicle, as well as a remote control.

    Note: Metallic objects, electronic devices
    or a second coded key on the same key
    chain may cause vehicle starting problems
    if they are too close to the key when starting
    the engine. Prevent these objects from
    touching the coded key while starting the
    engine. Switch the ignition off, move all
    objects on the key chain away from the
    coded key and restart the engine if a
    problem occurs.

    The intelligent access key functions as a
    programmed key that operates the driver
    door lock and activates the intelligent
    access with push button start system, as
    well as a remote control.
    If your programmed transmitters or
    standard SecuriLock coded keys
    (integrated keyhead transmitters only) are
    lost or stolen and you do not have an extra
    coded key, you will need to have your
    vehicle towed to an authorized dealer. You
    need to erase the key codes from your
    vehicle and program new coded keys.

    Note: Do not leave a duplicate coded key
    in the vehicle. Always take your keys and
    lock all doors when leaving the vehicle.

    SecuriLock®

    Store an extra programmed key away from
    the vehicle in a safe place to help prevent
    any inconveniences. See your authorized
    dealer to purchase additional spare or
    replacement keys.

    The system is an engine immobilization
    system. It is designed to help prevent the
    engine from being started unless a coded
    key programmed to your vehicle is used.
    Using the wrong key may prevent the
    engine from starting. A message may
    appear in the information display.

    Programming a Spare Integrated
    Keyhead Transmitter
    Note: You can program a maximum of eight
    coded keys to your vehicle. All eight can be
    integrated keyhead transmitters.

    If you are unable to start the engine with a
    correctly coded key, a malfunction has
    happened and a message may appear in
    the information display.

    You can program your own integrated
    keyhead transmitter or standard
    SecuriLock coded keys to your vehicle. This
    procedure will program both the engine
    immobilizer keycode and the remote entry
    portion of the remote control to your
    vehicle

    Automatic Arming
    The vehicle arms immediately after you
    switch the ignition off.
    Automatic Disarming

    Only use integrated keyhead transmitters
    or standard SecuriLock keys.

    Switching the ignition on with a coded key
    disarms the vehicle.

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    Security
    You must have two previously
    programmed coded keys and the new
    unprogrammed key readily accessible. See
    your authorized dealer to have the spare
    key programmed if two previously
    programmed coded keys are not available.

    Programming a Spare Intelligent
    Access Key
    See your authorized dealer to have
    additional keys programmed to your
    vehicle.

    Read and understand the entire procedure
    before you begin.

    ANTI-THEFT ALARM

    1.

    Alarm System

    2.

    3.
    4.

    5.

    6.

    7.

    8.
    9.

    Insert the first previously programmed
    coded key into the ignition.
    Switch the ignition from off to on. Keep
    the ignition on for at least three
    seconds, but no more than 10 seconds.
    Switch the ignition off and remove the
    first coded key from the ignition.
    After three seconds but within 10
    seconds of switching the ignition off,
    insert the second previously coded key
    into the ignition.
    Switch the ignition from off to on. Keep
    the ignition on for at least three
    seconds, but no more than 10 seconds.
    Switch the ignition off and remove the
    second previously programmed coded
    key from the ignition.
    After three seconds but within 10
    seconds of switching the ignition off
    and removing the previously
    programmed coded key, insert the new
    unprogrammed key into the ignition.
    Switch the ignition from off to on. Keep
    the ignition on for at least six seconds.
    Remove the newly programmed coded
    key from the ignition.

    The perimeter alarm is a deterrent against
    unauthorized access to your vehicle
    through the doors and the hood. It also
    protects the audio unit.

    Triggering the Alarm
    Once armed, the alarm is triggered in any
    of the following ways:





    If the alarm is triggered, the alarm horn will
    sound for 30 seconds and the hazard
    warning flasher will flash for five minutes.
    Any further attempts to perform one of the
    above will trigger the alarm again.

    Arming the Alarm
    To arm the alarm, lock your vehicle. See
    Locks (page 54).

    If the key has been successfully
    programmed it will start the engine and
    operate the remote entry system (if the
    new key is an integrated keyhead
    transmitter).

    Disarming the Alarm
    Vehicles Without Keyless Entry
    Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
    the doors with the key and switching the
    ignition on with a correctly coded key or
    unlocking the doors with the remote
    control.

    If programming was not successful, wait
    10 seconds and repeat Steps 1 through 8.
    If you are still unsuccessful, take your
    vehicle to your authorized dealer.

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    If someone opens a door, the liftgate
    or the hood without a valid key or
    remote control.
    If someone removes the audio or
    navigation system.
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    Security
    Vehicles with Keyless Entry
    Note: A valid passive key must be located
    within the detection range of that door for
    keyless entry. See Keyless Entry (page 58).
    Disarm and silence the alarm by unlocking
    the doors and switching the ignition on or
    unlocking the doors with the remote
    control.

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    Steering Wheel
    ADJUSTING THE STEERING
    WHEEL
    WARNING
    Do not adjust the steering wheel
    when your vehicle is moving.
    Note: Make sure that you are sitting in the
    correct position. See Sitting in the Correct
    Position (page 106).

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    2

    3. Lock the steering column.

    AUDIO CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)
    Select the required source on the audio
    unit.

    1

    You can operate the following functions
    with the control:

    2

    A

    E95178

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

    B

    D

    C
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    A

    Volume up

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    Steering Wheel
    C

    Volume down

    D

    Seek down, previous or accept
    call

    CRUISE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)

    Seek, Next or Previous
    Press the seek button to:
    • tune the radio to the next or previous
    stored preset
    • play the next or the previous track.
    Press and hold the seek button to:
    • tune the radio to the next station up or
    down the frequency band
    • seek through a track.

    E141961

    See Cruise Control (page 142).

    VOICE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED)

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    Press the button to select or deselect voice
    control. See SYNC™ (page 257).

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    Wipers and Washers
    Intermittent Wipe

    WINDSHIELD WIPERS
    Note: Fully defrost the windshield before
    switching on the windshield wipers.

    A

    B

    Note: Make sure the windshield wipers are
    switched off before entering a car wash.
    Note: Install new wiper blades as soon as
    they begin to leave bands of water and
    smears on the windshield.
    Note: Do not operate the wipers on a dry
    windshield. This may scratch the glass,
    damage the wiper blades or cause the wiper
    motor to burn out. Always use the
    windshield washers before wiping a dry
    windshield.

    C
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    D
    C

    A

    Short wipe interval

    B

    Intermittent wipe

    C

    Long wipe interval

    Use the rotary control to adjust the
    intermittent wipe interval.

    B

    Speed Dependent Wipers
    When your vehicle speed increases, the
    interval between wipes will decrease.

    WINDSHIELD WASHERS

    A

    Note: Do not operate the washers when
    the washer reservoir is empty. This may
    cause the washer pump to overheat.

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    A

    Single wipe

    B

    Intermittent wipe

    C

    Normal wipe

    D

    High speed wipe

    Note: If you press and hold the wiper lever
    in position A, the wipers will continue to
    wipe until you release the wiper lever.

    E102051

    Push the button to operate the washers.
    They will operate for a maximum of 10
    seconds. When you release the button, the
    wipers will operate for a short time.

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    Wipers and Washers
    REAR WINDOW WIPER AND
    WASHERS
    Intermittent Wipe

    E102053

    Pull the lever toward you to operate the
    washers. They will operate for a maximum
    of 10 seconds. When you release the lever,
    the wiper will operate for a short time.
    E102052

    Pull the lever toward you.

    Reverse Gear Wipe
    The rear wiper will turn on automatically
    when selecting reverse gear if:
    • the rear wiper is not already switched
    on
    • the wiper lever is in position A, B, C or
    D
    • the front wiper is operating (when set
    to position B).

    Rear Window Washer
    Note: Do not operate the washers when
    the washer reservoir is empty. This may
    cause the washer pump to overheat.

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    Lighting
    GENERAL INFORMATION

    LIGHTING CONTROL

    Condensation in Lamp Assemblies

    Lighting Control Positions

    Exterior lamps have vents to
    accommodate normal changes in air
    pressure.

    A

    B

    C

    Condensation can be a natural by-product
    of this design. When moist air enters the
    lamp assembly through the vents, there is
    a possibility that condensation can occur
    when the temperature is cold. When
    normal condensation occurs, a fine mist
    can form on the interior of the lens. The
    fine mist eventually clears and exits
    through the vents during normal operation.
    Clearing time may take as long as 48 hours
    under dry weather conditions.
    Examples of acceptable condensation are:
    • The presence of a fine mist (no streaks,
    drip marks or large droplets).
    • A fine mist covers less than 50% of the
    lens.

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    A

    Off

    B

    Parking lamps, instrument panel
    lamps, license plate lamps and
    tail lamps

    C

    Headlamps

    Examples of unacceptable condensation
    are:
    • A water puddle inside the lamp.
    • Streaks, drip marks or large droplets
    present on the interior of the lens.

    Parking Lamps

    If you see any unacceptable condensation,
    have your vehicle checked by an authorized
    dealer.

    Note: Prolonged use of the parking lamps
    when the ignition is off will cause the battery
    to run out of charge.
    To operate the parking lamps turn the
    lighting control to position B. The parking
    lamps operate with the ignition on or off.

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    Lighting
    High Beams

    E101829

    Pull the lever fully toward you to switch
    the high beams on.

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    Pull the lever fully toward you again to
    switch the high beams off.

    The headlamps will switch on and off
    automatically in low light situations or
    during inclement weather.

    Headlamp Flasher
    Pull the lever toward you slightly and
    release it to flash the headlamps.

    INSTRUMENT LIGHTING
    DIMMER

    AUTOLAMPS (IF EQUIPPED)
    Note: It may be necessary to switch your
    headlamps on manually in severe weather
    conditions.
    Note: If you have autolamps on, you can
    only switch the high beam on once
    autolamps has switched the headlamps on.

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    Lighting
    FRONT FOG LAMPS (IF EQUIPPED)

    HEADLAMP EXIT DELAY
    After you switch the ignition off, you can
    switch the headlamps on by pulling the
    direction indicator lever toward you. You
    will hear a short tone. The headlamps will
    switch off automatically after three
    minutes with any door open or 30 seconds
    after the last door has been closed. You
    can cancel this feature by pulling the
    direction indicator toward you again or
    switching the ignition on.

    DAYTIME RUNNING LAMPS (IF
    EQUIPPED)

    WARNING

    E156823

    Always remember to switch your
    headlamps on in low light situations
    or during inclement weather. The
    system does not turn on the tail lamps and
    may not provide adequate lighting during
    these conditions. Failure to switch the
    headlamps on under these conditions may
    result in a collision.

    Pull the control to switch the fog lamps on
    or off.
    You cannot switch the fog lamps on when
    the lighting control is in the off or
    autolamps position.

    DIRECTION INDICATORS

    The system switches the headlamps on in
    daylight conditions.
    To switch the system on:
    1. Switch the ignition on.
    2. Turn the lighting control to the off,
    autolamp or parking lamp position.
    3. Make sure the transmission selector
    lever is not in position P.
    E102016

    Push the lever up or down to use the
    direction indicators.
    Note: Tap the lever up or down to make the
    direction indicators flash three times to
    indicate a lane change.

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    Lighting
    Rear Interior Lamps (If Equipped)

    INTERIOR LAMPS
    Front Interior Lamps

    A

    B

    C

    C

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    E156878

    A

    Door contact

    B

    Off

    C

    Reading lamps

    Press to switch individual lamps on and
    off.

    AMBIENT LIGHTING (IF EQUIPPED)

    If you set the switch to position A, the
    courtesy lamp will illuminate when you
    unlock or open a door or the liftgate. If you
    leave a door open with the ignition
    switched off, the courtesy lamp will go off
    automatically after some time to prevent
    your vehicle battery from losing charge. To
    switch it back on, switch the ignition on for
    a short time.

    The ambient lighting system illuminates
    the interior with a choice of several colors.
    The ambient lighting control is located on
    the instrument panel.

    The courtesy lamp will also illuminate
    when you switch the ignition off. It will go
    off automatically after a short time or
    when you start the engine.
    Reading Lamps
    If you switch the ignition off, the reading
    lamps will go off automatically after some
    time to prevent your vehicle battery from
    losing charge. To switch them back on,
    switch the ignition on for a short time.

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    Press and release the switch to
    cycle through the color choices
    and the off condition.

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    Lighting
    The ambient lighting will switch on when
    the following conditions have been met:
    • You switch the ignition on.
    • You switch the headlamps on.
    • The exterior ambient light level is low.
    The ambient lighting will remain on until
    you switch the ignition off and one of the
    following conditions have been met:
    • You lock your vehicle.
    • The accessory delay timer expires.

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    Windows and Mirrors
    Window Lock

    POWER WINDOWS (IF EQUIPPED)
    WARNINGS
    Do not leave children unattended in
    your vehicle and do not let them play
    with the power windows. They may
    seriously injure themselves.
    When closing the power windows,
    you should verify they are free of
    obstructions and make sure that
    children and pets are not in the proximity
    of the window openings.

    E70850

    Press the control to lock or unlock the rear
    window controls. It will illuminate when
    the rear window controls are locked.

    Bounce-Back (If Equipped)
    The window will stop automatically while
    closing. It will reverse some distance if
    there is an obstacle in the way.
    Overriding the Bounce-Back Feature
    WARNING

    E70848

    When you override the bounce-back
    feature the window will not reverse
    if it detects an obstacle. Take care
    when closing the windows to avoid
    personal injury or damage to your vehicle.

    Note: You may hear a pulsing noise when
    just one of the windows is open. Lower the
    opposite window slightly to reduce this
    noise.
    Press the switch to open the window.
    Lift the switch to close the window.

    Proceed as follows to override this
    protection feature when there is a
    resistance, for example in winter:

    One-Touch Down (If Equipped)

    1.

    Press the switch fully and release it. Press
    again or lift it to stop the window.

    One-Touch Up (If Equipped)
    Lift the switch fully and release it. Press or
    lift it again to stop the window.

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    Windows and Mirrors
    2. Close the window a third time to the
    point of resistance. The bounce-back
    feature is now disabled and you can
    close the window manually. The
    window will go past the point of
    resistance and you can close it fully.

    GLOBAL OPENING AND
    CLOSING (IF EQUIPPED)
    You can also operate the power windows
    with the ignition off using the global
    opening and global closing function.

    See an authorized dealer as soon as
    possible if the window does not close after
    the third attempt.

    Note: Global opening will only operate for
    a short period of time after you have
    unlocked your vehicle using the remote
    control.

    Resetting the Bounce-Back Feature

    Note: Global closing will only operate if you
    have set the memory correctly for each
    window. See Power Windows (page 73).

    WARNING
    The bounce-back feature remains
    turned off until you reset the
    memory.

    Global Opening

    If you have disconnected the battery, you
    must reset the bounce-back memory
    separately for each window.
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    6.
    7.
    8.

    Lift and hold the switch until the
    window is fully closed.
    Release the switch.
    Lift the switch again for one more
    second.
    Press and hold the switch until the
    window is fully open.
    Release the switch.
    Lift and hold the switch until the
    window is fully closed.
    Open the window and then try to close
    it automatically.
    Reset and repeat the procedure if the
    window does not close automatically.

    E71955

    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.

    Accessory Delay (If Equipped)

    Press the lock or unlock button to stop the
    opening function.

    You can use the window switches for
    several minutes after you have switched
    the ignition off or until either front door is
    opened.

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    Windows and Mirrors
    Global Closing

    WARNING
    Take care when using global closing.
    In an emergency, touch a door
    handle lock sensor to stop.

    Vehicles Without Keyless Entry
    WARNING
    Take care when using global closing.
    In an emergency, press the lock or
    unlock button immediately to stop.

    Note: Global closing can be switched on
    using the driver’s door handle. Global
    opening and closing can also be switched
    on using the buttons on the passive key.
    To close all the windows, press and hold
    the driver’s door handle for at least three
    seconds. The bounce-back function is also
    on during global closing.

    EXTERIOR MIRRORS
    Power Exterior Mirrors
    WARNING
    Do not adjust the mirrors when your
    vehicle is moving. This could result
    in the loss of control of your vehicle,
    serious personal injury or death.

    E71956

    To close all the windows, press and hold
    the remote control lock button for at least
    three seconds. Press the lock or unlock
    button to stop the closing function. The
    bounce-back function is also on during
    global closing.

    B
    C
    A

    Vehicles With Keyless Entry

    E71280

    E87384

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    A

    Left-hand mirror

    B

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    Windows and Mirrors

    C
    E71281

    Move the controller in the direction of the
    arrows to adjust the mirror.

    Fold-Away Exterior Mirrors

    B

    Push the mirror toward the door window
    glass. Make sure that you fully engage the
    mirror in its support when returning it to its
    original position.

    A

    Integrated Blind Spot Mirrors (If
    Equipped)
    E138665

    WARNING

    The image of the approaching vehicle is
    small and near the inboard edge of the
    main mirror when it is at a distance. The
    image becomes larger and begins to move
    outboard across the main mirror as the
    vehicle approaches (A). The image will
    transition from the main mirror and begin
    to appear in the blind spot mirror as the
    vehicle approaches (B). The vehicle will
    transition to your peripheral field of view
    as it leaves the blind spot mirror (C).

    Objects in the blind spot mirror are
    closer than they appear.
    Blind spot mirrors have an integrated
    convex mirror built into the upper outboard
    corner of the exterior mirrors. They are
    designed to increase your visibility along
    the side of your vehicle.
    Check the main mirror first before a lane
    change, then check the blind spot mirror.
    If no vehicles are present in the blind spot
    mirror and the traffic in the adjacent lane
    is at a safe distance, signal that you intend
    to change lanes. Glance over your shoulder
    to verify traffic is clear and carefully
    change lanes.

    INTERIOR MIRROR
    WARNING
    Do not adjust the mirror when your
    vehicle is moving.

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    Windows and Mirrors
    Note: Do not clean the housing or glass of
    any mirror with harsh abrasives, fuel or other
    petroleum or ammonia-based cleaning
    products.
    You can adjust the interior mirror to your
    preference. Some mirrors also have a
    second pivot point. This lets you move the
    mirror head up or down and from side to
    side.
    Pull the tab below the mirror toward you
    to reduce glare at night.

    Auto-Dimming Mirror (If Equipped)

    E156620

    Note: Do not block the sensors on the front
    and back of the mirror. Mirror performance
    may be affected. A rear center passenger or
    raised rear center head restraint may also
    block light from reaching the sensor.

    Opening and Closing the Moonroof
    Press and release the rear of the SLIDE
    control to open the moonroof. The sliding
    shade will automatically open, if closed,
    while the moonroof opens.

    The mirror will dim automatically to reduce
    glare when bright lights are detected from
    behind your vehicle. It will automatically
    return to normal reflection when you select
    reverse gear to make sure you have a clear
    view when backing up.

    Press and hold the front of the SLIDE
    control to close the moonroof.
    Note: The sliding shade will not
    automatically close.

    Moonroof Sliding Shade

    MOONROOF (IF EQUIPPED)

    You can manually open or close the sliding
    shade when the moonroof is closed. Slide
    the shade backward or forward to open or
    close it.

    WARNINGS
    Do not allow people to play with the
    moonroof. Becoming trapped in a
    moonroof may result in serious injury
    or death.

    Venting the Moonroof
    Press and hold the rear of the TILT control
    to vent the moonroof.

    You must make sure the moonroof
    is free of any obstruction when
    closing. Becoming trapped in a
    moonroof may result in serious injury or
    death.

    Press and hold the front of the TILT
    control to close the moonroof.

    The moonroof controls are located on the
    overhead console.

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    Instrument Cluster
    GAUGES

    A

    B

    E

    C

    D

    E102660

    A

    Tachometer

    B

    Information display and engine coolant temperature gauge

    C

    Speedometer

    D

    Fuel gauge

    E

    Tripmeter reset button

    Fuel Gauge

    Engine Coolant Temperature
    Gauge

    Switch the ignition on. The fuel gauge will
    indicate approximately how much fuel is
    left in the fuel tank. The fuel gauge may
    vary slightly when your vehicle is moving
    or on a gradient. The arrow adjacent to the
    fuel pump symbol indicates on which side
    of your vehicle the fuel filler door is located.

    E140760

    Displays the temperature of the engine
    coolant. At normal operating temperature
    the indicator will remain in the center
    section.

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    Instrument Cluster
    WARNING LAMPS AND
    INDICATORS

    WARNING
    Driving your vehicle with the warning
    lamp on is dangerous. A significant
    decrease in braking performance
    may occur. It will take you longer to stop
    your vehicle. Have your vehicle checked by
    your authorized dealer immediately. Driving
    extended distances with the parking brake
    engaged can cause brake failure and the
    risk of personal injury.

    The following warning lamps and
    indicators will alert you to a vehicle
    condition that may become serious. Some
    lamps will illuminate when you start your
    vehicle to make sure they work. If any
    lamps remain on after starting your vehicle,
    refer to the respective system warning
    lamp for further information.

    Cruise Control Indicator

    Note: Some warning indicators appear in
    the information display and function the
    same as a warning lamp but do not display
    when you start your vehicle.

    E71340

    Anti-lock Braking System Warning
    Lamp

    It will illuminate when you switch
    this feature on. See Using
    Cruise Control (page 142).

    Direction Indicator

    If it illuminates when you are
    driving, this indicates a
    malfunction. You will continue
    to have the normal braking system
    (without anti-lock braking system) unless
    the brake system warning lamp is also
    illuminated. Have your vehicle checked by
    an authorized dealer.

    Illuminates when the left or right
    turn signal or the hazard warning
    flasher is turned on. If the
    indicators stay on or flash faster, check for
    a burnt out bulb. See Changing a Bulb
    (page 195).

    Brake System Warning Lamp

    Illuminates when you switch the
    ignition on and remains on if any
    door, the hood or the liftgate is
    not closed properly.

    E138644

    Door Ajar Warning Lamp

    It will illuminate when you
    engage the parking brake with
    the ignition on.

    Engine Coolant Temperature
    Warning Lamp

    If it illuminates when you are driving, check
    that the parking brake is not engaged. If
    the parking brake is not engaged, this
    indicates low brake fluid level or a brake
    system malfunction. Have your vehicle
    checked immediately by an authorized
    dealer.

    WARNING
    Do not resume your journey if it
    illuminates despite the level being
    correct. Have your vehicle checked
    by a an authorized dealer immediately.

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    Instrument Cluster
    If it stays on after starting or
    illuminates when driving, this
    indicates a malfunction. Stop
    your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so
    and switch the engine off. Check the
    coolant level. See Engine Coolant Check
    (page 183).

    WARNING
    Have this checked immediately.

    If both lamps illuminate together, stop your
    vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so
    (continued use may cause reduced power
    and cause the engine to stop). Switch the
    ignition off and attempt to restart the
    engine. If the engine restarts have your
    vehicle checked by an authorized dealer
    immediately. When the engine does not
    restart have your vehicle checked before
    continuing your journey.

    Engine Oil Warning Lamp
    WARNING
    Do not resume your journey if it
    illuminates despite the level being
    correct. Have your vehicle checked
    by an authorized dealer immediately.

    Front Airbag Warning Lamp
    If it illuminates with the engine
    running or when you are driving,
    this indicates a malfunction.
    Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to
    do so and switch the engine off. Check the
    engine oil level. See Engine Oil Check
    (page 182).

    If it fails to illuminate when you
    start your vehicle, continues to
    flash or remains on, it indicates
    a malfunction. Have your vehicle checked
    by an authorized dealer.

    Front Fog Lamps Indicator
    Engine Warning Lamps

    It will illuminate when you switch
    the front fog lamps on.

    Malfunction Indicator Lamp

    Headlamp Indicator

    Powertrain Warning Lamp

    It will illuminate when you switch
    the headlamp dipped beam or
    the side and tail lamps on.

    All Vehicles

    High Beam Indicator

    If either lamp illuminates when the engine
    is running, this indicates a malfunction. The
    engine will continue to run but it may have
    limited power. If it flashes when you are
    driving, reduce the speed of your vehicle
    immediately. If it continues to flash, avoid
    heavy acceleration or deceleration. Have
    your vehicle checked by an authorized
    dealer immediately.

    It will illuminate when you switch
    the high beam headlamps on. It
    will flash when you use the
    headlamp flasher.

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    Instrument Cluster
    Ignition Warning Lamp

    Service Engine Soon

    If it illuminates when driving, this
    indicates a malfunction. Switch
    off all unnecessary electrical
    equipment. Have your vehicle checked by
    an authorized dealer immediately.

    If it remains illuminated after you
    start the engine, it indicates that
    the on board diagnostics system
    has detected a malfunction to the
    emissions control system. See Emission
    Control System (page 123).

    Information Indicator

    If it flashes, engine misfire is occurring
    which could damage your catalytic
    converter. Drive in a moderate fashion
    (avoid heavy acceleration and
    deceleration) and have your vehicle
    serviced immediately.

    It will illuminate when a new
    message is stored in the
    information display. See
    Information Messages (page 90).

    Low Fuel Level Warning Lamp

    Note: Under engine misfire conditions,
    excessive exhaust temperatures could
    damage the catalytic converter or other
    vehicle components.

    If it illuminates, refuel as soon as
    possible.

    The service engine soon indicator light
    illuminates when you switch the ignition
    on prior to engine start to check the bulb
    and to indicate whether your vehicle is
    ready for inspection maintenance testing.

    Low Tire Pressure Warning
    It will illuminate when your tire
    pressure is low. If the lamp
    remains on with the engine
    running or when driving, check
    your tire pressure as soon as possible.

    Normally, the lamp will remain on until the
    engine is cranked, then turn itself off if a
    malfunction is not present. However, if
    after 15 seconds the lamp flashes eight
    times, it means that your vehicle is not
    ready for inspection maintenance testing.
    See Emission Control System (page 123).

    It will also illuminate momentarily when
    you switch the ignition on to confirm the
    lamp is functional. If it does not illuminate
    when you switch the ignition on, or begins
    to flash at any time, have your vehicle
    checked by an authorized dealer.

    Shift Indicator
    It will illuminate to inform you
    that shifting to a higher gear may
    give better fuel economy and
    lower CO2 emissions. It will not illuminate
    during periods of high acceleration, braking
    or when the clutch pedal is pressed.

    Safety Belt Minder Warning Lamp
    It will illuminate and a chime will
    sound to remind you to fasten
    your safety belt. See Safety
    Belt Minder (page 30).

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    Instrument Cluster
    Brake System Warning Lamp

    Stability Control Indicator
    While driving, it flashes when the
    system is operating. After you
    switch the ignition on, if it does
    not illuminate or illuminates continuously
    while driving, this indicates a malfunction.
    During a malfunction, the system switches
    off. Have your vehicle checked by an
    authorized dealer as soon as possible.

    E138644

    If it illuminates when you are driving, check
    that the parking brake is not engaged. If
    the parking brake is not engaged, this
    indicates low brake fluid level or a brake
    system malfunction. Have your vehicle
    checked immediately by an authorized
    dealer.

    It will illuminate when you switch the
    system off. It will go out when you switch
    the system back on or when you switch the
    ignition off.

    WARNING
    Driving your vehicle with the warning
    lamp on is dangerous. A significant
    decrease in braking performance
    may occur. It will take you longer to stop
    your vehicle. Have your vehicle checked by
    your authorized dealer immediately. Driving
    extended distances with the parking brake
    engaged can cause brake failure and the
    risk of personal injury.

    WARNING LAMPS AND
    INDICATORS - 1.6L
    ECOBOOST™
    The following warning lamps and
    indicators will alert you to a vehicle
    condition that may become serious. Some
    lamps will illuminate when you start your
    vehicle to make sure they work. If any
    lamps remain on after starting your vehicle,
    refer to the respective system warning
    lamp for further information.

    Cruise Control Indicator

    E71340

    Note: Some warning indicators appear in
    the information display and function the
    same as a warning lamp but do not display
    when you start your vehicle.

    It will illuminate when you switch
    this feature on. See Using
    Cruise Control (page 142).

    Direction Indicator
    Illuminates when the left or right
    turn signal or the hazard warning
    flasher is turned on. If the
    indicators stay on or flash faster, check for
    a burnt out bulb. See Changing a Bulb
    (page 195).

    Anti-lock Braking System Warning
    Lamp
    If it illuminates when you are
    driving, this indicates a
    malfunction. You will continue
    to have the normal braking system
    (without anti-lock braking system) unless
    the brake system warning lamp is also
    illuminated. Have your vehicle checked by
    an authorized dealer.

    Door Ajar Warning Lamp
    Illuminates when you switch the
    ignition on and remains on if any
    door, the hood or the liftgate is
    not closed properly.

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    Instrument Cluster
    Engine Coolant Temperature
    Warning Lamp

    All Vehicles
    If either lamp illuminates when the engine
    is running, this indicates a malfunction. The
    engine will continue to run but it may have
    limited power. If it flashes when you are
    driving, reduce the speed of your vehicle
    immediately. If it continues to flash, avoid
    heavy acceleration or deceleration. Have
    your vehicle checked by an authorized
    dealer immediately.

    WARNING
    Do not resume your journey if it
    illuminates despite the level being
    correct. Have your vehicle checked
    by a an authorized dealer immediately.
    If it stays on after starting or
    illuminates when driving, this
    indicates a malfunction. Stop
    your vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so
    and switch the engine off. Check the
    coolant level. See Engine Coolant Check
    (page 183).

    WARNING
    Have this checked immediately.

    If both lamps illuminate together, stop your
    vehicle as soon as it is safe to do so
    (continued use may cause reduced power
    and cause the engine to stop). Switch the
    ignition off and attempt to restart the
    engine. If the engine restarts have your
    vehicle checked by an authorized dealer
    immediately. When the engine does not
    restart have your vehicle checked before
    continuing your journey.

    Engine Oil Warning Lamp
    WARNING
    Do not resume your journey if it
    illuminates despite the level being
    correct. Have your vehicle checked
    by an authorized dealer immediately.
    If it illuminates with the engine
    running or when you are driving,
    this indicates a malfunction.
    Stop your vehicle as soon as it is safe to
    do so and switch the engine off. Check the
    engine oil level. See Engine Oil Check
    (page 182).

    Front Airbag Warning Lamp

    Engine Warning Lamps

    Front Fog Lamps Indicator

    If it fails to illuminate when you
    start your vehicle, continues to
    flash or remains on, it indicates
    a malfunction. Have your vehicle checked
    by an authorized dealer.

    Malfunction Indicator Lamp

    It will illuminate when you switch
    the front fog lamps on.

    Powertrain Warning Lamp

    Headlamp Indicator
    It will illuminate when you switch
    the headlamp dipped beam or
    the side and tail lamps on.

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    Instrument Cluster
    High Beam Indicator

    Service Engine Soon

    It will illuminate when you switch
    the high beam headlamps on. It
    will flash when you use the
    headlamp flasher.

    If it remains illuminated after you
    start the engine, it indicates that
    the on board diagnostics system
    has detected a malfunction to the
    emissions control system. See Emission
    Control System (page 123).

    Ignition Warning Lamp
    If it illuminates when driving, this
    indicates a malfunction. Switch
    off all unnecessary electrical
    equipment. Have your vehicle checked by
    an authorized dealer immediately.

    If it flashes, engine misfire is occurring
    which could damage your catalytic
    converter. Drive in a moderate fashion
    (avoid heavy acceleration and
    deceleration) and have your vehicle
    serviced immediately.

    Information Indicator

    Note: Under engine misfire conditions,
    excessive exhaust temperatures could
    damage the catalytic converter or other
    vehicle components.

    It will illuminate when a new
    message is stored in the
    information display. See
    Information Messages (page 90).

    The service engine soon indicator light
    illuminates when you switch the ignition
    on prior to engine start to check the bulb
    and to indicate whether your vehicle is
    ready for inspection maintenance testing.

    Low Fuel Level Warning Lamp
    If it illuminates, refuel as soon as
    possible.

    Normally, the lamp will remain on until the
    engine is cranked, then turn itself off if a
    malfunction is not present. However, if
    after 15 seconds the lamp flashes eight
    times, it means that your vehicle is not
    ready for inspection maintenance testing.
    See Emission Control System (page 123).

    Low Tire Pressure Warning
    It will illuminate when your tire
    pressure is low. If the lamp
    remains on with the engine
    running or when driving, check
    your tire pressure as soon as possible.

    Shift Indicator
    It will illuminate to inform you
    that shifting to a higher gear may
    give better fuel economy and
    lower CO2 emissions. It will not illuminate
    during periods of high acceleration, braking
    or when the clutch pedal is pressed.

    It will also illuminate momentarily when
    you switch the ignition on to confirm the
    lamp is functional. If it does not illuminate
    when you switch the ignition on, or begins
    to flash at any time, have your vehicle
    checked by an authorized dealer.

    Safety Belt Minder Warning Lamp
    It will illuminate and a chime will
    sound to remind you to fasten
    your safety belt. See Safety
    Belt Minder (page 30).

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    Instrument Cluster
    Sounds when your vehicle speed exceeds
    the pre-determined limit and the front
    safety belts are unfastened. The chime will
    stop after a period of time.

    AUDIBLE WARNINGS AND
    INDICATORS
    Automatic Transmission
    Sounds when you open the driver's door
    and do not move the transmission selector
    lever to position P.

    Key Outside Car
    Vehicles With Keyless System
    Sounds when you close the door, the
    engine is running and the system does not
    detect a passive key inside your vehicle.

    Headlamps On
    Sounds when you remove the key from the
    ignition and open the driver's door and you
    have left the headlamps or parking lamps
    on.

    Low Fuel
    A warning chime will sound when the
    remaining fuel is less than approximately
    1.3 gallons (6 liters). The distance to empty
    displayed may vary depending on driving
    style and road conditions.

    Safety Belt Minder
    WARNINGS
    The safety belt minder remains in
    stand-by mode when the front safety
    belts have been fastened. It will
    sound if either safety belt is unfastened.
    Do not sit on top of a fastened safety
    belt to prevent the safety belt minder
    from coming on. The occupant
    protection system will only provide
    optimum protection when you use the
    safety belt properly.

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    Information Displays
    Information Display Controls

    GENERAL INFORMATION
    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.

    E103626

    Various systems on your vehicle can be
    controlled using the information display
    controls on your audio unit. Corresponding
    information is displayed in the information
    display.
    To use the controls:


    Note: The information display will remain
    on for several minutes after you switch the
    ignition off.



    Device List



    The icon changes to show the current
    function in use.

    Press the up or down arrow button to
    scroll through and highlight the options
    within a menu.
    Press the right arrow button to enter a
    submenu.
    Press the left arrow button to exit a
    submenu.
    Press and hold the left arrow button at
    any time to return to the main menu
    display.
    Press the OK button to choose and
    confirm settings or messages.

    CD



    Radio



    Auxiliary input

    Menu Structure - Information
    Display
    You can access the menu using the
    information display control.
    Note: Some options may appear slightly
    different or not at all if the items are
    optional.
    SYNC-Media allows you to access the
    SYNC® features.

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    Information Displays

    SYNC-Phone

    Dial a number
    Redial
    Phonebook
    Call history
    Speed Dial
    Text messaging
    BT Devices
    Phone settings

    Menu

    Ford EcoMode
    SYNC-Settings

    Bluetooth on
    Set defaults
    Master reset
    Install on SYNC
    System info
    Voice settings

    SYNC-Apps
    Navigation

    Route options
    Map display
    Assistance options
    Personal data
    Reset all settings

    Audio settings

    Adaptive volume
    Sound
    NAV audio mixing

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    Information Displays
    Menu

    DSP settings
    DSP equalizer
    Traffic
    News
    Alt. frequency
    RDS Regional
    Vehicle settings

    Traction Control
    ESC
    Hill start assist
    Alarm system
    Powerfold mirrors
    Indicator
    Ambient light
    Chimes

    Clock settings

    Auto time (GPS)
    Set time
    Set date
    Set time zone
    24-hour mode

    Display settings

    Measure Unit
    Language
    Dimming

    MyKey

    create MyKey
    Traction control
    ESC
    Speed limit
    Speed warning

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    Information Displays
    Menu

    Volume limit
    Information
    clear all MyKeys
    MyKey active

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

    System Check
    All active warnings will display first if
    applicable. The system check menu may
    appear different based upon equipment
    options and current vehicle status. Press
    the up or down arrow button to scroll
    through the list.

    The trip computer includes the following
    information displays:
    Trip Odometer

    CLOCK

    Registers the distance traveled
    of individual journeys.

    Type 1
    To adjust the clock, switch the ignition on
    and press buttons H or M on the
    information and entertainment display as
    necessary.

    Distance to Empty

    Type 2
    Note: Use the information display to adjust
    the clock. See General Information (page
    86).

    E
    E164638

    TRIP COMPUTER

    Indicates the approximate
    distance your vehicle will travel
    on the fuel remaining in the tank.
    The distance to empty displayed
    may vary depending on driving
    style and road conditions.

    Average Fuel Consumption
    Indicates the average fuel
    consumption since the function
    was last reset.

    E102759

    Press the button to scroll through the
    displays.

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    Information Displays
    The following chimes can be switched off:
    • Warning messages.
    • Information messages.

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

    INFORMATION MESSAGES
    Note: Depending on the options on your
    vehicle, not all of the messages will display
    or be available. Certain messages may be
    abbreviated or shortened depending upon
    which cluster type you have.

    Distance Odometer
    Registers the total distance your
    vehicle has traveled.

    PERSONALIZED SETTINGS
    Measure Units
    E103626

    To swap between imperial and metric
    units, scroll to this display and press the
    OK button.

    Press the OK button to acknowledge and
    remove some messages from the
    information display. Other messages will
    be removed automatically after a short
    time.

    Swapping between imperial and metric
    units will affect the following displays:
    • Distance to empty.
    • Average fuel consumption.
    • Instantaneous fuel consumption.
    • Average speed.

    Certain messages need to be confirmed
    before you can access the menus.
    The message indicator
    illuminates to supplement some
    messages. It will be red or amber
    depending on the severity of the message
    and will remain on until the cause of the
    message has been rectified.

    Switching Chimes Off
    To switch chimes off, scroll to this display
    and press the OK button.

    Some messages will be supplemented by
    a system specific symbol with a message
    indicator.

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    Information Displays

    Airbag
    Message

    Airbag malfunction Service now

    Message
    indicator

    Amber

    Action

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer as soon as
    possible.

    Alarm
    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Alarm triggered Check vehicle

    Amber

    See Security (page 61).

    Interior scan deactivated

    Amber

    See Security (page 61).

    Alarm system malfunction Service
    required

    -

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer.

    Doors Open
    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Driver door open

    Red

    Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle
    as soon as safely possible and
    close.

    Driver side rear door open

    Red

    Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle
    as soon as safely possible and
    close.

    Passenger door open

    Red

    Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle
    as soon as safely possible and
    close.

    Passenger side rear door open

    Red

    Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle
    as soon as safely possible and
    close.

    Trunk open

    Red

    Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle
    as soon as safely possible and
    close.

    Message

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    Information Displays

    Message

    Hood open

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Red

    Vehicle is moving. Stop your vehicle
    as soon as safely possible and
    close. See Opening and Closing
    the Hood (page 177).

    Driver door open

    Amber

    Vehicle not moving. Close.

    Driver side rear door open

    Amber

    Vehicle not moving. Close.

    Passenger door open

    Amber

    Vehicle not moving. Close.

    Passenger side rear door open

    Amber

    Vehicle not moving. Close.

    Trunk open

    Amber

    Vehicle not moving. Close.

    Hood open

    Amber

    Vehicle not moving. Close. See
    Opening and Closing the Hood
    (page 177).

    Engine Immobilizer
    Message

    Immobilizer malfunction Service
    now

    Message
    indicator

    Red

    Action

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer as soon as
    possible.

    Hill Start Assist
    Message

    Hill start assist not available

    Message
    indicator

    Amber

    Action

    See Hill Start Assist (page 132).

    Keyless System
    Message

    Key not detected

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Amber

    See Keyless Entry (page 58).

    Key outside car

    Amber

    See Keyless Entry (page 58).

    Key Battery low Replace battery

    Amber

    See Remote Control (page 43).

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    Information Displays

    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Switch ign. off Press ENGINE Start/
    Stop button

    Amber

    See Keyless Starting (page 114).

    Press brake to start

    -

    See Keyless Starting (page 114).

    Press clutch to start

    -

    See Keyless Starting (page 114).

    Close trunk or use spare key

    -

    See Keyless Entry (page 58).

    Action

    Lighting
    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Left indicator malfunction Change
    bulb

    -

    See Changing a Bulb (page 195).

    Right indicator malfunction Change
    bulb

    -

    See Changing a Bulb (page 195).

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Brake fluid level low Service now

    Red

    See Brake Fluid Check (page 185).

    Brake system malfunction Stop
    safely

    Red

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer immediately.

    Engine oil pressure low Stop safely

    Red

    See Engine Oil Check (page 182).

    Maintenance
    Message

    Engine malfunction Service now
    Engine oil change due Service
    required

    Amber

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer as soon as
    possible.

    -

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer.

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    Information Displays

    MyKey
    Message

    MyKey Vehicle at top speed

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Amber

    Displays when a MyKey is in use and
    the MyKey speed limit is on and your
    vehicle speed is approaching 80
    mph (130 km/h).

    MyKey active Drive safely

    -

    Displays when MyKey is active.

    MyKey Speed limited to <XX> mph

    -

    Displays when starting your vehicle
    and MyKey is in use and the MyKey
    speed limit is on.

    MyKey Speed limited to <XXX> km/
    h

    -

    Displays when starting your vehicle
    and MyKey is in use and the MyKey
    speed limit is on.

    MyKey check speed Drive safely

    -

    Displays when MyKey is active.

    MyKey vehicle near top speed

    -

    Displays when a MyKey is in use and
    the MyKey speed limit is reached.

    MyKey Buckle up to unmute audio

    -

    Displays when a MyKey is in use and
    Belt- Minder is activated.

    MyKey Park aid cannot be deactivated

    -

    Displays when a MyKey is in use and
    park aid is activated.

    MyKey ESC cannot be deactivated

    -

    Displays when programming a
    MyKey.

    Parking Brake
    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Park brake applied

    Red

    See Parking Brake (page 134).

    Park brake applied

    Amber

    See Parking Brake (page 134).

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    Information Displays

    Stability Control
    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Electronic stability control off

    Amber

    See Using Stability Control (page
    137).

    ABS malfunction Service Now

    Amber

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer as soon as
    possible.

    Message

    Traction control off

    -

    See Using Stability Control (page
    137).

    Sport mode

    -

    See Using Stability Control (page
    137).

    Electronic stability control off

    -

    See Using Stability Control (page
    137).

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Starting and Stopping the Engine
    Message

    Press brake to start

    -

    See Starting and Stopping the
    Engine (page 114).

    Press clutch to start

    -

    See Starting and Stopping the
    Engine (page 114).

    Press brake and clutch to start

    -

    See Starting and Stopping the
    Engine (page 114).

    Cranking time exceeded

    -

    See Starting and Stopping the
    Engine (page 114).

    Steering
    Message

    Steering assist fault Service
    required

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Amber

    Full steering will be maintained but
    you will need to exert greater force
    on the steering wheel. Have the
    system checked by an authorized
    dealer as soon as possible.

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    Information Displays

    Tire pressure monitoring system
    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Check tire pressures

    Amber

    The pressure in one or more tires
    has dropped. Check as soon as
    possible.

    Tire Pressure Monitor Fault

    Amber

    Permanent malfunction. Have your
    vehicle checked by an authorized
    dealer.

    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Transmission malfunction Service
    now

    Red

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer immediately.

    Transmission overtemperature Stop
    safely

    Red

    Under certain driving conditions it is
    possible that the clutches in the
    transmission can overheat. In these
    circumstances it is necessary to
    press the brake pedal and stop your
    vehicle to prevent damage to the
    transmission. Move the transmission selector lever to position N or
    P and apply the parking brake until
    the transmission has cooled and the
    message disappears from the
    display.

    Use brake Stop safely

    Red

    Have the system checked by an
    authorized dealer immediately.

    Transmission

    Vehicle not in Park Select P

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

    Select N or P to start

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

    Press brake to start

    -

    See Starting and Stopping the
    Engine (page 114).

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    Information Displays

    Message

    Message
    indicator

    Action

    Select N to start

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

    Door open Apply brake

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

    Transmission hot Stop or speed up

    -

    Transmission is getting hot. Stop to
    let it cool or speed up.

    Transmission hot Wait...

    -

    Transmission is hot. Wait as needed
    to let it cool.

    Transmission ready

    -

    Your vehicle is ready to drive.

    Press brake to unlock gearshift lever

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

    Gearshift lever unlocked

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

    Transmission not in Park

    -

    See Automatic Transmission
    (page 128). See Starting and
    Stopping the Engine (page 114).

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    Climate Control
    Warming the Interior

    PRINCIPLE OF OPERATION

    Direct the air toward your feet. In cold or
    humid weather conditions, direct some of
    the air toward the windshield and the door
    windows.

    Outside Air
    Keep the air intakes in front of the
    windshield free from obstruction (such as
    snow or leaves) to allow the climate
    control system to function effectively.

    Cooling the Interior
    Direct the air toward your face.

    Recirculated Air

    AIR VENTS

    WARNING
    Prolonged use of recirculated air may
    cause the windows to mist up. If the
    windows mist up, follow the settings
    for demisting the windshield.

    Center Air Vents

    The air currently in the passenger
    compartment recirculates. Outsid