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Chevrolet 2016 Malibu Limited - View Owner's Manual

Chevrolet 2016 Malibu Limited - View Owner's Manual

Chevrolet 2016 Malibu Limited - View Owner's

  • Page 2 and 3: Introduction . . . . . . . . . . .
  • Page 4 and 5: { Warning Warning indicates a hazar
  • Page 6 and 7: In Brief 5 In Brief Instrument Pane
  • Page 8 and 9: 1. Air Vents 0 174. 2. Turn Signal
  • Page 10 and 11: In Brief 9 Canceling a Remote Start
  • Page 12 and 13: Lumbar Adjustment Reclining Seatbac
  • Page 14 and 15: Safety Belts Refer to the following
  • Page 16 and 17: Reading Lamps There are front and r
  • Page 18 and 19: In Brief 17 Climate Controls The he
  • Page 20 and 21: Vehicle Features Infotainment Syste
  • Page 22 and 23: 1. SET/CLR: Press to set, or press
  • Page 24 and 25: Open/Close : Press and hold the fro
  • Page 26 and 27: In Brief 25 . Avoid idling the engi
  • Page 28 and 29: Keys, Doors, and Windows 27 Warning
  • Page 30 and 31: Keys, Doors, and Windows 29 Y (Remo
  • Page 32 and 33: Keys, Doors, and Windows 31 The sec
  • Page 34 and 35: Keys, Doors, and Windows 33 When al
  • Page 36 and 37: Keys, Doors, and Windows 35 . Turn
  • Page 38 and 39: Keys, Doors, and Windows 37 This ca
  • Page 40 and 41: Keys, Doors, and Windows 39 Close t
  • Page 42 and 43: Keys, Doors, and Windows 41 If the
  • Page 44 and 45: Keys, Doors, and Windows 43 Power M
  • Page 46 and 47: Keys, Doors, and Windows 45 Press t
  • Page 48 and 49: Keys, Doors, and Windows 47 Open/Cl
  • Page 50 and 51: Head Restraints { Warning With head
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    Power Seat Adjustment To adjust a p

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    Memory Seats If available, the 1 an

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    If available, the buttons are on th

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    3. Repeat Steps 1 and 2 for the oth

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    pelvic bones and you would be less

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    shoulder belt height adjustment cou

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    Replacing Safety Belt System Parts

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    Seats and Restraints 65 { Warning C

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    predict how severe a crash is likel

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    The feature may also activate, with

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    . There is a critical problem with

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    A thick layer of additional materia

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    Replacing Airbag System Parts after

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    Infants and Young Children Everyone

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    { Warning A young child's hip bones

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    Securing the Child Within the Child

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    Lower Anchors Lower anchors (1) are

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    Seats and Restraints 85 { Warning T

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    Seats and Restraints 87 Open the co

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    Replacing LATCH System Parts After

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    6. If the child restraint has a top

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    Position the release button on the

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    Cupholders Rear Seat Lower the armr

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    Universal Remote System Programming

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    Instruments and Controls 99 activat

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    Instruments and Controls 101 The po

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    Instruments and Controls 103 Speedo

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    Instruments and Controls 105 Passen

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    Instruments and Controls 107 Malfun

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    Instruments and Controls 109 This l

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    Instruments and Controls 111 If the

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    Lamps On Reminder Door Ajar Light I

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    Instruments and Controls 115 Averag

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    Instruments and Controls 117 Batter

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    Instruments and Controls 119 Engine

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    Instruments and Controls 121 Ride C

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    Instruments and Controls 123 Vehicl

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    Instruments and Controls 125 Displa

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    Instruments and Controls 127 Rear C

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    Instruments and Controls 129 or Off

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    Instruments and Controls 131 for fi

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    Lighting Exterior Lighting Exterior

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    When it is bright enough outside, t

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    Lighting 137 Dome Lamps Reading Lam

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    Lighting 139 EPM works to prevent e

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    Infotainment System 141 Theft-Deter

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    changing the settings for the audio

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    Audio Settings The audio settings c

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    Radio AM-FM Radio Control Buttons T

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    When SiriusXM is active, the channe

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    Audio Players CD Player The player

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    . Zunes ® Not all iPods, PFDs, USB

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    Connecting a Bluetooth ® Device Be

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    Press and release © or ¨ to skip

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    Pairing Information . A Bluetooth p

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    Accepting a Call Turn the TUNE/MENU

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    esponds with “ has been successfu

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    2. Say “Dial” or “Call.” 3.

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    Infotainment System 167 The cell ph

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    Climate Controls 169 . Comfort air

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    Climate Controls 171 Dual Automatic

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    If the fan is turned off or the out

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    Side Air Vents Use the thumbwheels

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    Driving and Operating Driving Infor

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    { Warning Drinking and then driving

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    The vehicle may straighten out. Be

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    . Pay attention to special road sig

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    { Warning Do not load the vehicle a

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    Example 3 1. Vehicle Capacity Weigh

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    When the vehicle is shifted into P

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    { Warning Turning off the vehicle w

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    not race the engine immediately aft

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    The length of time the heater shoul

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    2. Release the shift lever trim fro

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    Driving and Operating 199 Warning (

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    Brakes Antilock Brake System (ABS)

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    Ride Control Systems Traction Contr

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    Cruise Control With cruise control,

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    . Step lightly on the brake pedal.

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    Driving and Operating 209 vehicle o

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    . Other conditions, such as vibrati

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    the corresponding outside side mirr

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    Warning (Continued) not in proper c

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    meet California specifications. See

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    Filling a Portable Fuel Container {

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    Passing More passing distance is ne

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    how much the vehicle is used to pul

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    Driving and Operating 225 Caution S

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    Different Size Tires and Wheels . .

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    Vehicle Care 229 2. Go to the front

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    1. Engine Air Cleaner/Filter 0 234.

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    Caution (Continued) vehicle warrant

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    cleaner/filter. Lightly tap and sha

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    Warning (Continued) could catch fir

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    5. Replace the cap tightly. Caution

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    Brakes Caution (Continued) freezing

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    attery. Installation of a standard

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    Warning (Continued) roll. Be ready

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    Headlamps, Front Turn Signal, Sidem

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    that the filler neck clip engages i

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    Caution Improper lamp assembly remo

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    3. Turn the bulb socket (1) counter

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    Vehicle Care 255 Fuses of the same

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    Vehicle Care 257 The vehicle may no

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    Vehicle Care 259 Instrument Panel F

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    Wheels and Tires Tires Every new GM

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    Caution (Continued) (20 °F). Alway

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    construction type, and service desc

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    Maximum Inflation Pressure : The ma

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    When to Check Check the tires once

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    alternate tires and wheels allow th

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    TPMS Sensor Matching Process Each T

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    Use this rotation pattern when rota

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    tires’ maximum speed capability w

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    Traction The traction grades, from

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    If a Tire Goes Flat It is unusual f

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    { Warning Storing the tire sealant

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    gauge (4). The recommended inflatio

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    If the vehicle has an accessory pow

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    1. Screwdriver (If Equipped) 2. Wre

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    Vehicle Care 291 Warning (Continued

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    2. Replace the fastener with the on

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    Vehicle Care 295 The vehicle has a

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    Caution (Continued) covered by the

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    Vehicle Care 299 Dolly Towing Tow t

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    Protecting Exterior Bright Metal Mo

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    Caution (Continued) on roads that h

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    Interior Glass To clean, use a terr

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    Cargo Cover and Convenience Net Was

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    Service and Maintenance 309 Service

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    Service and Maintenance 311 a year

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    Service and Maintenance 313 Mainten

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    Service and Maintenance 315 Mainten

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    Service and Maintenance 317 . To av

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    Service and Maintenance 319 Recomme

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    Maintenance Records Service and Mai

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    Vehicle Data Capacities and Specifi

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    Customer Information Customer Infor

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    Limited wants you to be aware of it

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    GM Mobility Reimbursement Program T

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    parts and labor for repairs not cov

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    Limited Warranty, and any vehicle f

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    Current and Past Models Technical S

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    Event Data Recorders This vehicle i

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    OnStar OnStar Overview OnStar Overv

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    2. Request directions to be downloa

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    End a Call Press =. System responds

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    vehicle has not been started for fi

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    unzip: This is version 2005-Feb-10

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    Index A Accessories and Modificatio

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    Child Restraints Infants and Young

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    Fuel (cont'd) Filling a Portable Fu

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    M Maintenance Records . . . . . . .

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    Roads Driving, Wet . . . . . . . .

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    Transportation Program, Courtesy .