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If the testing facility determines the
readiness codes are still not set, see
your Acura dealer.

Then drive in city/suburban
traffic for at least 10 minutes.
When traffic conditions allow, let
the vehicle coast for several
seconds without using the
accelerator pedal or the brake
pedal.

Select a nearby lightly traveled
major highway where you can
maintain a speed of 50 to 60 mph
(80 to 97 km/h) for at least 20
minutes. Drive on the highway in
D (A/T) or 6th (M/T). Do not
use the cruise control. When
traffic allows, drive for 90 seconds
without moving the accelerator
pedal. (Vehicle speed may vary
slightly; this is okay.) If you cannot
do this for a continuous 90
seconds because of traffic
conditions, drive for at least 30
seconds, then repeat it two more
times (for a total of 90 seconds).

5

State Emissions Testing

Technical Inf ormation

336

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Customer Relations

…………………………..

Information

.

338

………………..

Warranty Coverages

.

339

Reporting Safety Defects

……………………..

(U.S. Vehicles)

.

340

…………………

Authorized Manuals

.

341

Warranty and Customer Relations

Warranty and Customer Relations

337

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When you call or write, please give
us this information:

Acura dealership personnel are
trained professionals. They should
be able to answer all your questions.
If you encounter a problem that your
dealership does not solve to your
satisfaction, please discuss it with
the dealership’s management. The
Service Manager or General
Manager can help. Almost all
problems are solved in this way.

If you are dissatisfied with the
decision made by the dealership’s
management, contact the Acura
Customer Relations Office.

U.S. Owners:

Vehicle Identification Number
(see page

)

Name and address of the dealer
who services your vehicle
Date of purchase
Mileage on your vehicle
Your name, address, and tele-
phone number
A detailed description of the
problem
Name of the dealer who sold the
vehicle to you

Canadian Owners:

In Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin
Islands:

Vortex Motor Corp.
Bella International
P.O. Box 190816
San Juan, PR 00919-0816

Tel:(787) 250-4327

324

Customer Relations Information

Warranty and Customer Relations

338

CUSTOMER RELATIONS
RELATIONS AVEC LA CLIENTÈLE

Honda Canada Inc.
715 Milner Avenue
Toronto, ON
M1B 2K8

Tel:1-888-9-ACURA-9
Fax:Toll-free 1-877-939-0909

Toronto (416) 287-4776

American Honda Motor Co., Inc.
Acura Client Services
Mail Stop 500-2N-7E
1919 Torrance Blvd.
Torrance, CA 90501-2746

Tel: (800) 382-2238

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a seat

belt that fails to function properly is
covered for the useful life of the
vehicle.

provides

coverage for as long as the pur-
chaser of the muffler owns the
vehicle.

Your new Acura is covered by these
warranties:

covers your new vehicle, except for
the battery, emissions control
systems and accessories, against
defects in materials and
workmanship.

provides prorated

coverage for a replacement battery
purchased from an Acura dealer.

this warranty gives up

to 100 percent credit toward a
replacement battery.

these two

warranties cover your vehicle’s emis-
sions control systems. Time, mileage,
and coverage are conditional. Please
read the warranty manual for exact
information.

covers all Acura

replacement parts against defects in
materials and workmanship.

Acura accessories are covered under
this warranty. Time and mileage
limits depend on the type of
accessory and other factors. Please
read your warranty manual for
details.

all exterior body panels are

covered for rust-through from the
inside for the specified time period
with no mileage limit.

Restrictions and exclusions apply to
all these warranties. Please read the
2003 Acura Warranty Information
booklet that came with your car for
precise information on warranty
coverages. Your Acura’s original
tires are covered by their
manufacturer. Tire warranty
information is in a separate booklet.

Please refer to the 2003 Warranty
Manual that came with your car.

Seat Belt Limited Warranty

Replacement Muf f ler Lif etime
Limited Warranty

New Vehicle Limited Warranty

Replacement Battery Limited
Warranty

Original Equipment Battery Limited
Warranty

Emissions Control Systems Def ects
Warranty and Emissions
Perf ormance Warranty

Replacement Parts Limited
Warranty

Accessory Limited Warranty

Rust Perf oration Limited Warranty

U.S. Owners

Canadian Owners

Warranty Coverages

Warranty and Customer Relations

339

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To contact NHTSA, you may either
call the Auto Safety Hotline toll-free
at 1-800-424-9393 (or 366-0123 in
Washington D.C. area) or write to:
NHTSA, U.S. Department of
Transportation, Washington,
D.C. 20590. You can also obtain
other information about motor
vehicle safety from the Hotline.

If you believe that your vehicle has a
defect which could cause a crash or
could cause injury or death, you
should immediately inform the
National Highway Traffic Safety
Administration (NHTSA) in addition
to notifying Acura Automobile
Division, American Honda Motor Co.,
Inc.

If NHTSA receives similar com-
plaints, it may open an investigation,
and if it finds that a safety defect
exists in a group of vehicles, it may
order a recall and remedy campaign.
However, NHTSA cannot become
involved in individual problems
between you, your dealer, or Acura
Automobile Division, American
Honda Motor Co., Inc.

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340

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Valid only for sales within the U.S. Canadian owners should
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This manual describes the procedures involved in the
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CONTINUED

Accessories and Modifications .

185

…………………………..

Accessories

.

185

.

Additional Safety Precautions .

186

……………………….

Modifications

.

186

ACCESSORY (Ignition Key

…………………………………

Position)

.

81

…………

Accessory Power Sockets

.

117

………………..

Additives, Engine Oil

.

240

…………………….

Airbag (SRS)

.

9

,

46

,

48

…………………

Air Cleaner Element

.

254

…………..

Air Conditioning System

.

122

…………………………

Maintenance

.

264

……………………………

Usage

.

124

,

129

…………………..

Air Pressure, Tires

.

266

………………………

Alarm, Anti-theft

.

158

…………………..

Alcohol in Gasoline

.

330

…….

Aluminum Wheels, Cleaning

.

287

………………………………..

Antifreeze

.

243

Anti-lock Brakes (ABS)

………………………….

Indicator

.

61

,

208

……………………………..

Operation

.

207

…………..

Anti-theft, Audio System

.

157

Anti-theft Steering Column

……………………………………….

Lock

.

81

……………………..

Anti-theft System

.

158

……………………..

Appearance Care

.

285

……………………………………..

Armrest

.

96

……………

Audio Controls, Remote

.

156

…………………………..

Audio System

.

135

Automatic Climate Control

………………………………….

System

.

122

Automatic Lighting Off Feature .

71

Automatic Seat Belt

……………………………..

Tensioners

.

44

………….

Automatic Speed Control

.

159

…………..

Automatic Transmission

.

197

……………………..

Capacity, Fluid

.

326

……………

Checking Fluid Level

.

250

….

Sequential SportShift Mode

.

200

…………………………………

Shifting

.

198

.

Shift Lever Position Indicator .

197

…………….

Shift Lever Positions

.

198

………………..

Shift Lock Release

.

204

Battery

Charging System

………………………

Indicator

.

60

,

309

……………………….

Jump Starting

.

303

…………………………

Maintenance

.

259

……………………….

Specifications

.

327

…………………………

Before Driving

.

177

………………………………

Belts, Seat

.

8

,

43

………………………

Beverage Holder

.

111

……………………………..

Body Repair

.

292

Brakes

………..

Anti-lock System (ABS)

.

207

………….

Break-in, New Linings

.

178

………………..

Bulb Replacement

.

278

…………………………………….

Fluid

.

252

…………………………………

Parking

.

108

……………..

System Indicator

.

60

,

312

……………………

Wear Indicators

.

206

………………………..

Braking System

.

206

……………………

Break-in, New Car

.

178

..

Brightness Control, Instruments .

72

……………………

Brights, Headlights

.

70

Index

A

B

I

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Bulb Replacement

……………………..

Back-up Lights

.

278

…………………………

Brake Lights

.

278

……..

Front Side Marker Lights

.

277

……………………………

Headlights

.

275

………

High-mount Brake Light

.

279

………………………

Interior Lights

.

280

……………….

License Plate Light

.

280

……………………….

Specifications

.

327

………………………….

Trunk Light

.

282

………………..

Turn Signal Lights

.

277

…………………………

Bulbs, Halogen

.

275

……………………….

Capacities Chart

.

326

………….

Carbon Monoxide Hazard

.

52

……………………….

Carrying, Cargo

.

187

Cassette Player

……………………………………..

Care

.

146

……………………………..

Operation

.

142

…………..

CAUTION, Explanation of

.

ii

……………………………..

CD Changer

.

147

…………………………….

Ceiling Light

.

118

……………………

Certification Label

.

324

……………………………………..

Chains

.

272

Changing Oil

………………………………….

How to

.

241

………………………………..

When to

.

230

………………..

Changing a Flat Tire

.

295

…………

Changing Engine Coolant

.

245

Charging System Indicator

.

60

,

309

…………

Checklist, Before Driving

.

192

……………………………….

Child Safety

.

20

…………………………………

Child Seats

.

25

…………………………………..

LATCH

.

41

……….

Tether Anchorage Points

.

40

………………..

Cleaner Element, Air

.

254

Cleaning

………………..

Aluminum Wheels

.

287

……………………………..

Carpeting

.

288

………………………………..

Exterior

.

286

…………………………………..

Fabric

.

289

…………………………………

Interior

.

288

…………………………………

Leather

.

289

……………………………..

Seat Belts

.

289

…………………………………….

Vinyl

.

289

………………………………

Windows

.

290

…………………………..

Wood Trim

.

290

……………

Climate Control System

.

122

…………………….

Clock, Setting the

.

109

………………………….

Clutch System

.

253

………………………………..

Coat Hook

.

115

…………………

Code, Audio System

.

157

……………………

CO in the Exhaust

.

332

………………………………….

Coin Box

.

113

…………

Cold Weather, Starting in

.

193

…………………………

Compact Spare

.

294

……………..

Console Compartment

.

113

………………………..

Console Pocket

.

114

……………

Consumer Information

.

338

………….

Controls, Instruments and

.

55

Coolant

………………………………….

Adding

.

243

………………………………

Checking

.

183

…………………….

Proper Solution

.

243

……………………………..

Replacing

.

245

……………….

Temperature Gauge

.

67

………………..

Corrosion Protection

.

291

……………………….

Courtesy Lights

.

119

Crankcase Emissions Control

………………………………….

System

.

332

…………

Cruise Control Operation

.

159

……….

Customer Relations Office

.

338

…………….

DANGER, Explanation of

.

ii

Index

C

D

II

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……………………………..

Dashboard

.

2

,

56

…………….

Daytime Running Lights

.

71

…………

Defects, Reporting Safety

.

340

…………….

Defogger, Rear Window

.

75

……

Defrosting the Windows

.

128

,

133

………………………………

Dimensions

.

326

……………

Dimming the Headlights

.

70

Dipstick

……….

Automatic Transmission

.

250

…………………………….

Engine Oil

.

181

……………………..

Directional Signals

.

72

……..

Disc Brake Wear Indicators

.

206

…………………

Disposal of Used Oil

.

242

Doors

………………..

Lockout Prevention

.

83

…………………………

Monitor Light

.

63

………………….

Power Door Locks

.

82

……….

DOT Tire Quality Grading

.

328

……………………………….

Drive Belts

.

265

………..

Driver and Passenger Safety

.

5

…………………………………….

Driving

.

191

………………………………

Economy

.

184

…………………….

In Bad Weather

.

215

…………….

In Foreign Countries

.

331

Driving Position Memory

………………………………….

System

.

100

………………

Dust and Pollen Filter

.

265

…………………………

Economy, Fuel

.

184

…………

Emergencies on the Road

.

293

………….

Battery, Jump Starting

.

303

………..

Brake System Indicator

.

312

…………….

Changing a Flat Tire

.

295

…..

Charging System Indicator

.

309

………………

Checking the Fuses

.

315

…..

Low Oil Pressure Indicator

.

308

Malfunction Indicator Lamp .

310

Manually Closing Moonroof

.

313

………………

Overheated Engine

.

306

…………………….

Emergency Brake

.

108

………………….

Emergency Flashers

.

75

………………….

Emergency Towing

.

320

…………

Emergency Trunk Opener

.

89

…………………..

Emissions Controls

.

332

………….

Emissions Testing, State

.

335

Engine

……………………………………..

Belts

.

265

….

Coolant Temperature Gauge

.

67

Malfunction Indicator

…………………………..

Lamp

.

60

,

310

……..

Oil Pressure Indicator

.

60

,

308

…………..

Oil, What Kind to Use

.

239

………………………….

Overheating

.

306

……………………….

Specifications

.

327

………………..

Speed Limiter

.

195

,

203

…………………………………

Starting

.

193

………………….

Ethanol in Gasoline

.

330

.

Evaporative Emissions Controls .

332

………………………….

Exhaust Fumes

.

52

Exhaust Gas Recirculation

………………………………….

System

.

333

Expectant Mothers, Use of Seat

………………………………….

Belts by

.

18

………………

Exterior, Cleaning the

.

286

……………………..

Fan, Interior

.

126

,

131

Features, Comfort and

…………………………

Convenience

.

121

………………..

Filling the Fuel Tank

.

179

Index

E

F

III

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………….

Halogen Headlight Bulbs

.

275

…………..

Hazard Warning Flashers

.

75

Headlights

………………………………….

Aiming

.

275

Automatic Lighting Off

……………………………….

Feature

.

71

…………

Daytime Running Lights

.

72

………………

High Beam Indicator

.

63

…………………….

Reminder Chime

.

70

……..

Replacing Halogen Bulbs

.

275

……………………………..

Turning on

.

70

…………………………

Head Restraints

.

95

………….

High Altitude, Starting at

.

193

……………..

High-Low Beam Switch

.

70

…………..

High-mount Brake Light

.

279

HomeLink Universal

…………………………..

Transceiver

.

163

………………………………

Hood Latch

.

254

…………………..

Hood, Opening the

.

180

…………………………………………..

Horn

.

69

……………………………

Hydroplaning

.

216

Filters

…………………………..

AIr Cleaner

.

254

…………………….

Dust and pollen

.

265

………………………………………..

Oil

.

241

…………..

Flashers,Hazard Warning

.

75

……………….

Flat Tire, Changing a

.

295

……………………………….

Floor Mats

.

288

Fluids

……….

Automatic Transmission

.

250

……………………………………

Brake

.

252

…………………………………..

Clutch

.

253

…………..

Manual Transmission

.

251

……………………..

Power Steering

.

253

…………….

Windshield Washers

.

249

FM Stereo Radio

……………………………..

Reception

.

140

…..

Foreign Countries, Driving in

.

331

……………………..

Four-way Flashers

.

75

…………………………

Front Airbags

.

9

,

46

………………………………………….

Fuel

.

178

………………….

Fill Door and Cap

.

179

…………………………………….

Gauge

.

67

…………….

Octane Requirement

.

178

………………………….

Oxygenated

.

330

……………………

Reserve Indicator

.

64

……………………

Tank, Filling the

.

179

…………………

Fuses, Checking the

.

315

……………………………………

Gasohol

.

330

…………………………………..

Gasoline

.

178

……………

Fuel Reserve Indicator

.

64

…………………………………….

Gauge

.

67

…………….

Octane Requirement

.

178

……………………

Tank, Filling the

.

179

…………….

Gas Station Procedures

.

179

………………………………………

Gauges

.

65

Engine Coolant Temperature

.

67

………………………………………..

Fuel

.

67

Maintenance Required

……………………………..

Indicator

.

68

………………………….

Speedometer

.

65

……………………………

Tachometer

.

65

GAWR (Gross Axle Weight

…………………………………

Rating)

.

218

…………

Gearshift Lever Positions

.

198

…………………………

Glass Cleaning

.

290

………………………………….

Glove Box

.

90

GVWR (Gross Vehicle Weight

…………………………………

Rating)

.

218

Index

G

H

IV

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Identification Number, Vehicle .

324

Ignition

……………………………………….

Keys

.

78

…………………………………….

Switch

.

80

…………

Timing Control System

.

333

……………………

Immobilizer System

.

79

………

Important Safety Precautions

.

6

………

Indicators, Instrument Panel

.

57

………………………….

Infant Restraint

.

29

………………………………..

Infant Seats

.

30

…………………………………..

LATCH

.

41

……….

Tether Anchorage Points

.

40

……………….

Inflation, Proper Tire

.

266

……………………………..

Inside Mirror

.

98

………………………..

Inspection, Tire

.

268

……………………….

Instrument Panel

.

57

……..

Instrument Panel Brightness

.

72

………………………

Interior Cleaning

.

288

………………………….

Interior Lights

.

118

………………………………….

Introduction

.

i

……………………

Jacking up the Car

.

297

…………………………………

Jack, Tire

.

295

…………………………..

Jump Starting

.

303

…………………………………………..

Keys

.

78

…………………..

Label, Certification

.

324

……………..

Lane Change, Signaling

.

72

……………………..

Lap/Shoulder Belt

.

43

…………………….

Leather, Cleaning

.

289

Lights

………………..

Bulb Replacement

.

275

………………………………….

Ceiling

.

118

……………………………….

Courtesy

.

119

…………………………………

Indicator

.

57

…………………………………..

Parking

.

70

…………………………….

Turn Signal

.

72

……………………………….

Load Limit

.

217

……

LOCK (Ignition Key Position)

.

81

……………………

Lockout Prevention

.

83

Locks

…….

Anti-theft Steering Column

.

81

……………………….

Fuel Fill Door

.

179

………………………………

Glove Box

.

90

……………………………

Power Door

.

82

……

Rear Console Compartment

.

90

…………………………………….

Trunk

.

87

……..

Trunk Pass-through Cover

.

97

……………………

Low Coolant Level

.

183

…………………….

Low Fuel Indicator

.

64

Low Oil Pressure Indicator .

60

,

308

Lubricant Specifications

……………………………………

Chart

.

326

…………………………………..

Luggage

.

187

…………………………….

Maintenance

.

225

Owner Maintenance Checks .

237

……………………………

Record

.

235

236

………………….

Required Indicator

.

68

……………………………………

Safety

.

226

………………………..

Schedule

.

230

234

.

Malfunction Indicator Lamp .

60

,

310

……………….

Manual Transmission

.

194

……..

Manual Transmission Fluid

.

251

………..

Memory, Driving Position

.

100

Index

J

K

L

M

I

V

Main Menu

————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

………………………….

Meters, Gauges

.

65

……………….

Methanol in Gasoline

.

330

……………………..

Mirrors, Adjusting

.

98

…………………………………

Moonroof

.

108

………………….

Closing Manually

.

313

……………………………..

Operation

.

108

……………….

Neutral Gear Position

.

200

………………

New Vehicle Break-in

.

178

……………….

NOTICE, Explanation of

.

i

……………

Numbers, Identification

.

324

…………………………

Paint Touch-up

.

287

…………..

Panel Brightness Control

.

72

……………………

Park Gear Position

.

199

…………………………………….

Parking

.

205

………………………….

Parking Brake

.

108

Parking Brake and Brake

……………..

System Indicator

.

60

,

312

……………………………

Parking Lights

.

70

..

Parking Over Things that Burn .

334

………………………..

PGM-FI System

.

333

………………

Polishing and Waxing

.

287

…………

Pre-Drive Safety Checklist

.

11

………

Pregnancy, Using Seat Belts

.

18

……………………….

Protecting Adults

.

12

Additional Safety Precautions .

19

…..

Advice for Pregnant Women

.

18

……………………

Protecting Children

.

20

…………………..

Protecting Infants

.

29

…….

Protecting Larger Children

.

36

………

Protecting Small Children

.

32

Using Child Seats with

……………………………….

Tethers

.

40

………………………..

Using LATCH

.

41

……………….

Radiator Overheating

.

306

Radio/Cassette/CD Sound

………………………………….

System

.

135

………………………

Readiness Codes

.

311

……….

Rear Console Compartment

.

90

..

Rear Lights, Bulb Replacement .

278

……………………….

Rear Seat Access

.

94

……………………..

Rear Seat Armrest

.

96

……………………….

Rear View Mirror

.

98

……………..

Rear Window Defogger

.

75

……………

Reclining the Seat Backs

.

92

………………………..

Reminder Lights

.

57

…………………..

Remote Transmitter

.

83

Octane Requirement, Gasoline .

178

…………………………………..

Odometer

.

66

………………………….

Odometer, Trip

.

66

Oil

……………………

Change, How to

.

241

………………….

Change, When to

.

230

………………….

Checking Engine

.

181

…………..

Pressure Indicator

.

60

,

308

Selecting Proper Viscosity

………………………………..

Chart

.

240

………..

ON (Ignition Key Position)

.

81

Onboard Refueling Vapor

………………………………

Recovery

.

332

……………………………………..

OnStar

.

168

..

Operation in Foreign Countries .

331

…………………………

Outside Mirrors

.

98

….

Outside Temperature Indicator

.

67

………………..

Overheating, Engine

.

306

…….

Owner Maintenance Checks

.

237

…………………….

Oxygenated Fuels

.

330

Index

O

P

R

N

VI

Main Menu

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CONTINUED

Replacement Information

……………..

Air Cleaner Element

.

254

…………..

Dust and Pollen Filter

.

265

……………………..

Engine Coolant

.

245

…………….

Engine Oil and Filter

.

241

……………………………………

Fuses

.

315

…………………………..

Light Bulbs

.

275

………………………………

Schedule

.

228

…………………………..

Spark Plugs

.

256

…………………………………….

Tires

.

270

………………………..

Wiper Blades

.

262

Replacing Seat Belts After a

……………………………………..

Crash

.

45

Reserve Tank, Engine Coolant .

183

………………………….

Restraint, Child

.

20

………………

Reverse Gear Position

.

199

…………………………..

Rotation, Tire

.

269

………………………………….

Safety Belts

.

8

………

Safety Defects, Reporting

.

340

……………………………

Safety Features

.

7

…………………………………….

Airbags

.

9

…………………………….

Door Locks

.

10

……………………..

Head Restraints

.

10

…………………………………

Seat Belts

.

8

…………………

Seats & Seat-Backs

.

10

………….

Safety Labels, Location of

.

53

………………………….

Safety Messages

. ii

……………………………….

Seat Belts

.

8

,

43

……………

Additional Information

.

43

Automatic Seat Belt

………………………….

Tensioners

.

44

………….

Child Seat Anchor Plate

.

40

……………………………….

Cleaning

.

289

…………….

Lap/Shoulder Belt

.

15

,

43

…………………………..

Maintenance

.

45

Reminder Light and

…………………………..

Beeper

.

43

,

60

……………….

System Components

.

43

……………

Use During Pregnancy

.

18

…………………………….

Seat Heaters

.

103

………………

Seat Position Memory

.

100

……………………

Seats, Adjusting the

.

91

……………………….

Security System

.

158

……..

Sequential SportShift Mode

.

200

………………………….

Serial Number

.

324

………………………

Service Intervals

.

230

………………………

Service Manual

.

341

………

Service Station Procedures

.

179

……………………..

Setting the Clock

.

109

…..

Shift Lever Position Indicator

.

197

……………………

Shift Lock Release

.

204

………………………………

Side Airbags

.

48

………

Side Airbag Cutoff Indicator

.

50

Side Marker Lights, Bulb

…………………………

Replacement

.

277

………………………….

Signaling Turns

.

72

……………………………….

Snow Tires

.

272

……………….

Solvent-type Cleaners

.

286

…………………………..

Sound System

.

135

Spare Tire

………………………………..

Inflating

.

294

……………………….

Specifications

.

327

…………….

Spark Plugs, Replacing

.

256

………………..

Specifications Charts

.

326

…………………………..

Speed Control

.

159

……………………………..

Speedometer

.

65

…………………………………

Spotlights

.

118

……….

SRS, Additional Information

.

46

Additional Safety Precautions .

51

..

How the SRS Indicator Works .

49

…..

How Your Airbags Work

.

46

,

48

……………………

SRS Components

.

46

…………………………….

SRS Service

.

51

Index

S

VII

Main Menu

————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

………………………..

SRS Indicator

.

49

,

61

….

START (Ignition Key Position)

.

81

…………………..

Starting the Engine

.

193

In Cold Weather at High

…………………………….

Altitude

.

193

…………….

With a Dead Battery

.

303

…………..

State Emissions Testing

.

335

……..

Steam Coming from Engine

.

306

Steering Wheel

…………………………….

Adjustment

.

76

………….

Anti-theft Column Lock

.

81

……………….

Stereo Sound System

.

135

………………………

Storing Your Car

.

283

…………………………….

Storage Tray

.

115

………………………………….

Sun Visor

.

116

……………………

Sunglasses Holder

.

110

Supplemental Restraint

…………………………….

System

.

9

,

46

………………………………..

Servicing

.

51

…………………….

SRS Indicator

.

49

,

61

……………….

System Components

.

46

…………………………….

Synthetic Oil

.

240

……………………………….

Tachometer

.

65

……….

Taillights, Changing Bulbs

.

278

.

Taking Care of the Unexpected .

293

………………………………

Tape Player

.

142

Technical Descriptions

……

DOT Tire Quality Grading

.

328

…..

Emissions Control Systems

.

332

…………………

Oxygenated Fuels

.

330

Three Way Catalytic

………………………….

Converter

.

334

…………………..

Temperature Gauge

.

67

…………..

Tether Anchorage Points

.

41

……………………….

Theft Protection

.

157

..

Three Way Catalytic Converter .

334

……………………..

Time, Setting the

.

109

………………………………

Timing Belt

.

266

………………………………

Tire Chains

.

272

………

Tire, How to Change a Flat

.

295

………………………………………..

Tires

.

266

…………………………

Air Pressure

.

266

…………………….

Checking Wear

.

268

……………………..

Compact Spare

.

294

……

DOT Tire Quality Grading

.

328

………………………………..

Inflation

.

266

…………………………….

Inspection

.

268

……………………………..

Replacing

.

270

………………………………..

Rotating

.

269

…………………………………….

Snow

.

272

……………………….

Specifications

.

327

…………………..

Traction Devices

.

272

……………………..

Winter Driving

.

271

……………….

Tools, Tire Changing

.

295

Towing

……………………………….

A Trailer

.

217

…………….

Emergency Wrecker

.

320

Traction Control System (TCS)

………………………….

Indicator

.

62

,

209

……………………………..

Operation

.

209

………………………

Traction Devices

.

272

Transmission

Checking Fluid Level,

…………………………

Automatic

.

250

……………………………..

Manual

.

251

………………

Fluid Selection

.

250

,

251

…………..

Identification Number

.

324

………….

Shifting the Automatic

.

197

………………

Shifting the Manual

.

194

……………………………….

Treadwear

.

328

…………………………………

Trip Meter

.

66

…………………………………………

Trunk

.

87

……..

Emergency Trunk Opener

.

89

……………………………

Opening the

.

87

……………….

Open Monitor Light

.

63

Index

T

VIII

Main Menu

————————————————————————————————————————————————————-

………………………………

Turn Signals

.

72

…………………

Underside, Cleaning

.

291

Unexpected, Taking Care

……………………………………

of the

.

293

….

Uniform Tire Quality Grading

.

328

……………………

Unleaded Gasoline

.

178

…………………

Upholstery Cleaning

.

288

…….

Used Oil, How to Dispose of

.

242

…………………………..

Vanity Mirror

.

116

……………..

Vehicle Capacity Load

.

188

………………….

Vehicle Dimensions

.

326

….

Vehicle Identification Number

.

324

Vehicle Stability Assist (VSA)

………………………………

System

.

212

……..

VSA System Indicator

.

62

,

213

VSA Activation Indicator .

62

,

212

…………………….

VSA Off Switch

.

213

………………………..

Vehicle Storage

.

283

……………………………….

Ventilation

.

122

………………………………………….

VIN

.

324

………………………….

Vinyl Cleaning

.

289

…………………………….

Viscosity, Oil

.

240

………….

WARNING, Explanation of

.

ii

………

Warning Labels, Location of

.

53

………………

Warranty Coverages

.

339

Washer, Windshield

……..

Checking the Fluid Level

.

249

…………………………………

Indicator

.

64

……………………………….

Operation

.

74

…………………………………..

Washing

.

286

………………

Waxing and Polishing

.

287

Wheels

……………

Adjusting the Steering

.

76

…………

Alignment and Balance

.

270

……

Cleaning Aluminum Alloys

.

287

……………………..

Compact Spare

.

294

Windows

……………………………….

Cleaning

.

290

…………….

Operating the Power

.

104

………………………

Rear, Defogger

.

75

Windshield

…………………………………

Cleaning

.

73

………………………

Defroster

.

128

,

133

…………………………………

Washers

.

74

Wipers, Windshield

…………………..

Changing Blades

.

262

……………………………….

Operation

.

73

………………………………

Wood Trim

.

290

………………………………

Worn Tires

.

268

…..

Wrecker, Emergency Towing

.

320

U.S. and Canada only

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