2011 Dodge Journey Owner's Manual

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2011 Dodge Journey Owner's

2011 OWNER’S MANUAL Journey

  • Page 2: VEHICLES SOLD IN CANADA
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  • Page 7: INTRODUCTION 5
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    UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR

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    ▫ 50/50 Split Third-Row Passenger

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    ▫ Power Sunroof Switch — If Equ

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    MIRRORS

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    WARNING!

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    mirror cover upward. The light will

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    If your mobile phone only supports

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    for it. For example, you can use th

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    select “Yes” you will go the

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    Making A Phone Or Audio Device A Fa

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    • Mobile Phonebook,

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    Answer Or Reject An Incoming Call

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    If the phone is not reachable and t

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    You can also send stored mobile pho

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    Advanced Phone Connectivity

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    • Performance, such as audio clar

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    General Information

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    WARNING!

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    for it. For example, you can use th

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    3. Select Yes to begin the pairing

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    NOTE: For phones which are not made

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    Deleting A Phone Or Audio Device

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    NOTE: If the Favorites list is full

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    • The Options pop-up will appear

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    Touch-Tone Number Entry

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    in progress. Or you can place a cal

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    • The Uconnect Phone does slightl

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    • Pauses, wait or other character

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    Things You Should Know About Your U

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    NOTE: Uconnect Phone SMS is only av

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    Send Messages Using Voice Commands:

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    Voice Tree

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    General Information

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    The system will best recognize your

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    Voice Tree

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    UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR

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    SEATS Seats are a part of the Occup

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    CAUTION!

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    Heated Seats Soft-Key

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    While sitting in the seat, lift up

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    hardback surface that you can use a

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    UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR

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    WARNING! (Continued)

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    WARNING!

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    Manual Seat Adjustment

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    Seatback/Armrest

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    WARNING!

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    The seatback can also be locked in

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    Use the hood prop rod to secure the

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    Headlights On With Wipers

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    To activate the front fog lights, t

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    Rotating the left dimmer control up

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    Intermittent Wiper System

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    CAUTION! (Continued)

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    To unlock the steering column, push

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    To Set A Desired Speed

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    Usage Precautions” for limitation

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    UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR

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    WARNING ALERTS

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    • Jackhammers, large trucks, and

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    WARNING! (Continued)

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    WARNING!

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    UNDERSTANDING THE FEATURES OF YOUR

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    HomeLink� Buttons

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    • After training a HomeLink� ch

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    successfully accepted the frequency

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    POWER SUNROOF — IF EQUIPPED

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    NOTE: If three consecutive sunroof

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    Front 12 Volt Power Outlet

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    CAUTION!

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    2. Press the “Outlet” soft-key

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    STORAGE

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    Sliding Armrest

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    Second-Row Map Pocket And Grocery

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    CARGO AREA FEATURES

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    Cargo Tie-Downs

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    The cover, when extended, covers th

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    Rear Wiper/Washer

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    CAUTION!

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    INSTRUMENT PANEL FEATURES

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    INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DESCRIPTIONS

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    • Each time the ignition is turne

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    educes fuel efficiency and tire tre

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    NOTE: The light may flash momentari

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    CAUTION!

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    The system allows the driver to sel

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    • Right Rear Turn Signal Light Ou

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    to turn off the message. If the pro

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    shift the transmission into NEUTRAL

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    The ECO indicator will illuminate i

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    Elapsed Time

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    Press the �Settings� hard-key t

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    soft-keys, select AM or PM, select

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    on the windshield. To make your sel

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    feature selected. To make your sele

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    UNDERSTANDING YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL

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    calibrate the compass by touching t

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    Customer Programmable Features —

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    • Units

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    until a check-mark appears next to

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    • Rain Sensing Auto Wipers

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    selected with or without the sound

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    • Horn With Remote Start

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    compass may appear erratic and the

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    VIDEO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM (VES)

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    Remote Sound Controls (Back View Of

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    turned down or off during mobile ph

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    Soft-Keys

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    4. Front Defrost Button

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    12. Modes

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    dirt or insects. Clean with a gentl

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    Rear Automatic Temperature Control

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    Rear ATC Control Features

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    NOTE: In many temperature positions

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    CONTENTS

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    HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS

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    JACKING AND TIRE CHANGING

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    4. Place the shift lever in PARK.

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    Spare Tire Stowage

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    1. Remove the spare tire, jack, and

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    CAUTION!

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    Road Tire Installation

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    6. Disconnect the negative (-) jump

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    Proper towing or lifting equipment

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    Without The Ignition Key

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    Your authorized dealer will reset t

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    8,000 Miles (13,000 km) or

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    40,000 Miles (65,000 km) or

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    72,000 Miles (117,000 km) or

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    104,000 Miles (169,000 km) or

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    136,000 Miles (221,000 km) or

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    WARNING!

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    INSTALLATION OF RADIO TRANSMITTING

  • Page 3: TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Page 6: 4 INTRODUCTION
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  • Page 11: THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING YOUR
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    Adjustable Upper Shoulder Belt Anch

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    anytime a child safety seat is inst

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    How The Active Head Restraints (AHR

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    1 — Downward Movement

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    BeltAlert� will chime as a single

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    Supplemental Restraint System (SRS)

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    • Driver Side Knee Air Bag

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    When the air bag deploys, it opens

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    Air Bag Deployment Sensors And Cont

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    Driver And Passenger Advanced Front

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    Because air bag sensors estimate de

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    Maintaining Your Air Bag System

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    • Whether or not the driver and p

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    WARNING!

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    6. Slide the latch plate up the web

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    you make sure that you can install

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    Installing The LATCH-Compatible Chi

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    Finally, tighten all three straps a

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    THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE STARTING YOUR

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    A new engine may consume some oil d

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    damaged, have a competent mechanic

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    Periodic Safety Checks You Should M

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    CONTENTS

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    � Tires — General Information .

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    ▫ Trailer Towing Weights

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    Keyless Enter-N-Go

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    If Engine Fails To Start

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    WARNING!

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    system. This noise should be consid

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    WARNING!

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    Full On

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    • The ESC system will make buzzin

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    Tires designed to this standard hav

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    Tire Identification Number (TIN)

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    Tire Loading And Tire Pressure

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    3. Subtract the combined weight of

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    WARNING!

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    CAUTION!

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    vehicle. If your vehicle has this o

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    WARNING!

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    Keep dismounted tires in a cool, dr

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    CAUTION!

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    The suggested rotation method is th

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    CAUTION!

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    will also sound a chime. If the ign

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    STARTING AND OPERATING 389

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    If the ignition switch is cycled, t

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    The tire pressure sensors are cover

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    To fix a Non-FFV vehicle inadverten

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    Carbon Monoxide Warnings

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    Ethanol Fuel (E-85)

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    Replacement Parts

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    on if the gas cap is not secured pr

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    Figure out the weight on the front

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    Frontal Area

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    STARTING AND OPERATING 409

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    Trailer Towing Weights (Maximum Tra

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    Trailer And Tongue Weight

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    WARNING! (Continued)

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    CAUTION!

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    Towing Tips

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    RECREATIONAL TOWING

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    424 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    426 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    428 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    430 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    432 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    434 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    436 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    438 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    440 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    442 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    444 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    446 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    448 WHAT TO DO IN EMERGENCIES

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    CONTENTS

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    ENGINE COMPARTMENT — 2.4L

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    ONBOARD DIAGNOSTIC SYSTEM — OBD I

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    the ignition or start the engine. T

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    CAUTION! (Continued)

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    CAUTION!

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    WARNING!

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    Air Conditioner Maintenance

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    MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE 467

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    Operation of the wipers on dry glas

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    5. Lower the wiper blade and snap t

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    CAUTION! (Continued)

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    If the engine coolant (antifreeze)

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    Please note that it is the owner’

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    humidity accumulating on the radiat

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    WARNING!

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    CAUTION!

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    MAINTAINING YOUR VEHICLE 485

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    • Use a high quality cleaner wax,

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    • Do not use any harsh solvents o

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    1. Clean with a wet soft rag. A mil

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    Cavity Cartridge

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    Cavity Cartridge

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    Cavity Cartridge

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    BULB REPLACEMENT

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    CAUTION!

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    4. Rotate the applicable bulb’s e

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    FLUID CAPACITIES

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    Chassis

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    M A I

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    M A I

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    M A I

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    M A I

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    M A I

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    M A I

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    M A I

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    CONTENTS

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    SUGGESTIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICE F

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    Customer Assistance For The Hearing

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    If NHTSA receives similar complaint

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    DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION UNIFOR

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    INDEX 10

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    Automatic Oil Change Indicator ....

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    Cleaning

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    Emergency, In Case of

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    Power Steering ...................3

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    Heater, Engine Block ..............

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    Headlights On Reminder ............

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    Monitor, Tire Pressure System .....

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    Rear Drive Assembly ...............

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    Service Assistance ................

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    Jacking ...........................

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    Video Entertainment System

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