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TAT TATA NANO Owner's Manual & Service Book
This owner’s manual should be considered as a permanent part of the vehicle and must remain with the vehicle.
Passenger Car Business Unit (PCBU) Mumbai Pune
In the event of the Vehicle being sold. safety and performance of the vehicle. please ensure that this manual is left in the vehicle for the reference of the new owner. these may be applicable for other versions of TATA NANO.A NOTE Please read this Owner’s Manual carefully before you start driving your car and always keep it safe in the car. Some of the items / accessories / features shown / given in this book may not be fitted on your vehicle. First Aid Kit 3. you are priviledged to have the following : 1. in any form without written permission from TATA MOTORS. Spare Headlamp Bulbs 7. The material in this manual shall not be reproduced or copied. Jack & Wheel Spanner 5. (C) Copyright 2004 TATA MOTORS All rights reserved. should be entrusted to TATA Authorised Workshop to ensure that only latest methods and genuine TATA MOTORS replacement parts are used for the continued reliability. Spare Fuses 8. Pre-delivery Inspection and Service 9. ● ● ● ● ● While taking delivery of your new car. Advance Warning Triangle 4. Complimentary fuel in fuel tank . Tow Hook 2 6. Owner’s Manual & Service Book 2. The information and specifications given in this book are valid as on the date of printing. ● The recommended routine maintenance servicing along with any running repairs that may be required. in whole or in part. TATA MOTORS LIMITED reserves the right to make changes in design and specifications and/or to make additions to or improvements in this product without obligation to install them on products previously sold.
Kindly refer Service Network booklet provided alongwith the Owner’s Manual. we have a widespread network of dealers and service centres. you can obtain the maximum performance from your car. Please do not hesitate to call on our Regional / Area offices in case you need any special assistance. Thank you for selecting TATA NANO . We request you to go through this book and derive many miles of motoring pleasure. This book gives you all the information necessary for making your ownership of this car a delighting experience and help you in all situations.FOREWARD Dear Customer. Please note that by adhering to the correct operating procedures and by availing the scheduled maintenance services at our authorised service centres.the most exciting car. To assist you in maintaining your car as per recommended service schedule. We welcome you to the world of advanced automotive engineering marvel suited to your operating conditions. We wish you Safe and Pleasant Motoring 3 .
The significance of these messages are explained below. You are informed what you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk of damage to your car and its equipment. or "Do not let this happen". you will find ‘CAUTION’. you will also see a circle with a slash.CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE SAFETY AND VEHICLE DAMAGE WARNINGS In this manual. SAFETY SYMBOL In this manual. NOTICE This is a warning which may cause damage to the car or its equipment if it is ignored. WARNING Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or death if the instructions are not followed. 4 . CAUTION This is a warning which may cause injury to people if it is ignored. ‘NOTICE’. You are informed what you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk to yourself and other people. This means "Do not". "Do not do this". ‘WARNING’ messages and ‘safety symbol’ at appropriate places.
Terms & Conditions Environment Protection 07 09 11 13 14 20 23 24 28 30 31 32 34 35 36 37 38 39 42 44 45 47 INCASE OF EMERGENCY Advance Warning Triangle Hazard Warning Switch If you have Flat tyre Starting The Engine with Leads Towing the Car Routine Service Preliminary Trouble shooting Jump 53 55 56 57 49 50 ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION AN OVERVIEW Know Your Nano Driving Controls Instrument Cluster & Indicators Combination Switch Music System Heating. Ventillation & Air Conditioning Lamps Sun visor & Rear View Mirrors Grabe Handle & Utility Box Power Socket. Braking & Parking 46 Safety 43 5 . Oil & Coolant Air Filter & Spark Plug Tyre Wheel Alignment & Catalytic converter Battery 71 72 73 74 76 77 GETTING STARTED Key & Door Lock Door Lock & Seat Adjustment Rear Seat & Seat Folding Seat Belts DRIVING Before Driving & Safety Checks Safety Checks & Driving Fuel Economy Starting. Cup holder Gear Shift Lever & Refuelling Front Hood Steering Lock cum Ignition Switch 19 ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE Fuses & Relays Fuses & Relays Layout Fuses Detalis Bulb Specification 61 62 63 64 VEHICLE CARE Car Care 65 Window Winding & Parking Brake 33 MAINTENANCE Brake Fluid & Windshield Washer 70 Engine Compartment Cover Engine. Stopping & Running in Period Driving In Adverse Conditions Gear Shifting .ENVIRONMENTAL CRAE WARRANTY Warranty .
CONTENTS IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Belt Tension Fuel. Lubricants & Coolants Oil Filling & Drain Points Technical Specification Dimensions 78 79 81 82 85 CAR IDENTIFICATION Loctation of Aggregate Number 86 PDI SERVICE SERVICE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE RECORD OF SERVICES PERFORMED 6 .
tyre rotation. battery. This warranty shall not apply to normal maintenance services like oils and fluid changes. This warranty shall be for 4 Years or 60. or such services as prescribed in our Owner’s Manual and Service Book are not carried out by the buyer through our sales or service establishments. fuel timing. our Authorized Dealers. head lamp focusing. Buyers of the car shall be entitled to. our authorized dealers. negligence. ignition timing and consumables like bulbs.000 kms. 5. in our judgment which shall be final and binding. Service Centers or Service points. As for parts like tyres. nor shall it apply if. in our opinion which shall be final and binding the car is subjected to misuse. electrical equipment. fuel filters and oil filters etc. are contributing to improper operation. Any part which is replaced by us under the warranty shall be our property. to affect its reliability. improper or inadequate maintenance or accident or loading in excess of such carrying capacity as certified by us. not manufactured by us but supplied by other OE Manufacturers. The parts so repaired or replaced shall also be warranted for quality and workmanship but such warranty shall be co-terminus with this original warranty. adjustment of valve clearance. service centers or service points in any way so as. 2. whichever occurs earlier from the date of sale of the car. This 7 . This warranty shall not cover normal wear and tear or any inherent normal deterioration of the car or any of its parts arising from the actual use of the car or any damage due to negligent or improper operation or storage of the car. 4. This warranty shall not apply if the car or any part thereof is repaired or altered otherwise than in accordance with our standard repair procedure or by any person other than from our sales or service establishments.WARRANTY .TERMS & CONDITIONS We WARRANT each TATA NANO and parts there of manufactured by us to be free from defect in material and workmanship subject to the following terms and conditions : 1. wheel balancing. 3. fuel injection equipment etc. this warranty shall not apply. in our opinion. on the car being brought to us or to our dealers within the period. all such rights as we may have against such parties under their warranties in respect of such parts. fastener retightening. such parts of the car which. 6. so far as permissible by law. Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repairing or replacing free of charge.
whether by law or otherwise. This warranty shall be null and void if the vehicle is subjected to abnormal use such as rallying. or otherwise. We reserve our rights to make any change or modification in the design of the vehicle or its parts or to introduce any improvement therein or to incorporate in the vehicle any additional part or accessory at any time without incurring any obligation to incorporate the same in the vehicles previously sold. incurred or accrued. 11. . 10. expressed or implied and all other obligations or liabilities on our part and we neither assume nor authorize any person to assume on our behalf. no right to repudiate the sale. This warranty shall not apply to V-belts. any other liability arising from the sale of the vehicle or any agreement in relation thereto. or inconvenience or consequential damages. or any agreement or to claim any reduction in the purchase price of the vehicle. incidental or indirect. or to demand any damages or compensation for 8 losses. loss of vehicle. The buyer should have no other rights except those set out above and have. in particular. 7. racing or participation in any other competitive sports. or loss of time. Any claim arising from this warranty shall be recognized only if it is noticed in writing to us or to our concerned Dealer without any delay soon after such defect as covered and ascertained under this warranty.WARRANTY . This warranty shall not apply to any repairs or replacement as a result of accident or collision. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all warranties. 9.TERMS & CONDITIONS warranty shall not apply to any damage or deterioration caused by environmental pollution or bird droppings. This warranty shall stand terminated if the vehicle is transferred or otherwise alienated by the buyer without our prior written consent. 8. hoses and gas leaks (in case of air conditioned cars) & slight irregularities not recognized as affecting the function or quality of the vehicle or parts such as slight noise or vibration and defects appearing only under particular or irregular operations or items considered characteristic of the vehicle. 12.
Get your car checked for emission periodically by an authorised dealer. do not unnecessarily rev-up. Switch off the engine during long stops at traffic jams or signals. Use each gear upto 2/3 rd of it’s maximum engine speed. We would like to inform you that your car meets emission norms and this is being regularly validated at the manufacturing stages. Use only recommended grades and specified quantity of lubricants. Do not rev-up the engine before turning it off as it unnecessarily burns the fuel. Ensure that fuel filter.ENVIRONMENTAL CRAE TATA MOTORS LTD. As a user you too can protect the environment by operating your car in a proactive manner. A chart indicating gear shifting speeds is given in this book. A lot depends on your driving style and the way you maintain your car. If you need to keep the engine running. as recommended by Tata Motors. fuel or coolant in the car we recommend to get it attended immediately. DRIVING Avoid frequent and violent accelerations / rev-ups. We have given a few tips for your guidance. Many features have been incorporated in Tata Motors passenger vehicles which have been designed to ensure environmental compatibility throughout the life cycle of the vehicle. if required. oil filter and breather are checked periodically and replaced. Ensure periodic radiator fins cleaning. Monitor the car ’s fuel consumption regularly and if showing rising trend get the car immediately attended at the TATA Authorised Service Outlets.Avoid stopping and starting. Avoid using devices requiring high power consumption during slow city traffic condition. 9 . is committed to produce vehicles using environmentally sustainable technology. As soon as you see any leakages of oil. Shift to higher gears as soon as it is possible without overloading the engine. Avoid overloading of the engine. MAINTENANCE Ensure that recommended maintenance is carried out on the car regularly at the Authorised Service Outlets.
Ignition system & Spark plug. 6. Dispose the used filters and batteries in compliance with the current legislation. Fuel pump. This Owner ’s manual contains further information on driving precautions and maintenance care leading to environment protection. Carbon Canister. While carrying out servicing or repairs on your vehicle. Cylinder head/Valve leakages. 7. clutch discs should be vacuum cleaned. 3. 2. garden soil or open streams. oil & fuel filter (check periodically). Please familiarise yourself with these aspects before driving. Catalytic converter. Do not allow unauthorised person to tamper with engine settings or to carry modifications on the car. 5. These components are: 1. Do not use compressed air for cleaning these parts which may spread dust in the atmosphere. Air Intake and Exhaust systems (especially for leakages). Injectors and EMS (Engine Managment System) parts. 4. you should pay keen attention to some of the important engine components which greatly affect emission.ENVIRONMENTAL CARE Do not pour used oils or coolants into the sewage drains. All filters such as air. Parts like brake liners. 10 . Never allow the car to run out of fuel.
The car is available in Standard. Its mono-volume design ensure both space and maneuverability. Four doors with high seating position make comfortable ingress and egress. has a roomy passenger compartment with generous leg space and head room. and other accessories so that the car can be customised to an individual’s preferences and taste. All versions offer a wide range of body colours. Four persons can comfortably sit inside the car. 11 . designed with a family in mind.It is the outcome of extensive research and development by Tata Motors Limited. pride and utility of owning a car for personal mobility.KNOW YOUR NANO AN OVERVIEW Your NANO comes from a family of new generation cars of TATA motors. The NANO’s design and features combined with easy maneuverability and economic life cycle cost make it ideal for operating under a wide range of conditions. Stylish. Deluxe & Luxury versions. It can effortlessly maneuver on busy roads in cities as well as in rural areas. comfortable The Tata Nano. We are happy to present the NANO to you and hope it brings the joy.
all-aluminum. 12 . Meets all safety requirements The Tata Nano’s safety performance exceeds current regulatory requirements. with safety features such as crumple zones. Tubeless tyres further enhance safety. twocylinder. Besides all these. The high fuel efficiency also ensures that the car has low carbon dioxide emissions. Performance is controlled by a specially designed electronic engine management system. thereby providing the twin benefits of an affordable transportation solution with a low carbon footprint. multi point fuel injection petrol engine. TATA vehicles are backed by a well established service network with trained and skilled manpower that ensures proper maintenance. The lean design strategy has achieved minimum weight and maximum performance per unit of energy consumed and delivers high fuel efficiency. strong seats and anchorages. With an all sheetmetal body.AN OVERVIEW Fuel-efficient engine The Tata Nano has a rear mounted rear-wheel drive. it has a strong passenger compartment. KNOW YOUR NANO Environment-friendly The Tata Nano’s exhaust emission performance meets present regulatory requirements. and the rear tailgate glass bonded to the body. seat belts. intrusion-resistant doors.
Clutch pedal Parking Brake Gear shifting lever Music system AC system controls Central air vents Instrument Cluster 1. 4. 7. 14. Music System is part of accessories. 2. 13. 8. 3. 12. HVAC or AC System is applicable to certain models. 5.DRIVING CONTROLS AN OVERVIEW DRIVING CONTROLS 3 14 4 1 2 3 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 Note : a. 6. b. 10. Steering wheel Combi switch Side air vents Hazard warning switch Horn Pad Accelerator Pedal Brake pedal 13 . 11. 9.
c Turn indicator (Left) High Beam Indicator * Service Indicator (BS-III) * MIL Indicator (BS-IV) Engine Coolant High temperature Indicator Turn indicator (Right) Brake Fluid level check and Parking brake indicator Battery charging indicator Low engine oil pressure indicator 14 .NANO Standard & CX Speedometer Fuel level indicator Odometer Indicators shown may not be applicable to all models.AN OVERVIEW INSTRUMENT CLUSTER .
INSTRUMENT CLUSTER .NANO LX AN OVERVIEW Speedometer Fuel level indicator Tripmeter Reset Knob Odometer Indicators shown may not be applicable to all models.c Turn indicator (Left) High Beam Indicator * Service Indicator (BS-III) * MIL Indicator (BS-IV) Engine Coolant High Temperature Indicator Turn indicator (Right) Brake Fluid level check and Parking brake indicator Battery charging indicator Low engine oil pressure indicator Front Fog Lamp Indicator Rear Fog Lamp Indicator 15 .
The direction indicator arrow (LHS) and (RHS) on the instrument cluster flashes along with external indicators lights as per selection. CAUTION When “Service OR MIL” indicator is ON or blinking while the engine is running. Service Indicator (BS-III) : MIL Indicator (BS-IV) This lamp indicates your vehicle’s engine condition when a malfunctioning occurs in the engine. INDICATORS High Beam Indicator : The indicator light comes on when the High beam is selected or also when he headlight flasher is operated. The rear fog lamp switch is provided on combi-switch. wiring harness. the engine’s performance deteriorates marginally and s o m e t i m e s drastically. 16 .AN OVERVIEW Turn Signal Indicator : Turn signal indicators can be operated only when ignition is ‘ON’. CAUTION If the turn signal indicators do not blink. 3. Get it rectified immediately. Remains “ON” while the engine is running if malfunctioning occurs. then there may be problem in electrical system. The front fog lamp switch is provided on combi switch. Front Fog Lamp Indicator (If equipped) : Front fog lamps are provided on the front bumper to improve the visibility in foggy weather. NOTICE Use only during foggy condition if required. Comes ‘ON’ when key is in ‘IGN’ position and goes ‘OFF’ when engine is running. They can be operated by using the turn indicator switch on the combiswitch. Driving under this condition may lead to severe damage to the engine parts. Starts ‘BLINKING’ if continous problem of malfunction is observed. this lamp indicates as below: 1. EMS. then this indicates that a side indicator bulb has failed. 2. Rear Fog Lamp Indicator (If equipped) Rear fog lamp is provided on rear bumper to improve the visibility and warning in foggy weather or during heavy rains. If the indicators “Blink rapidly”. Please get the malfunctioning rectified at a nearest authorized service center. etc. contact nearest Tata Authorised service outlet.
Battery Charging Indicator : Symbol lights up when the ‘IGN’ is turned ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF‘ after the engine starts. get the problem attended at an authorised service outlet.INDICATORS An Overview • When ignition key is turned to “IGN” position. • 17 . If light comes on when driving. this indicator lights up and goes off when engine starts in normal condition. CAUTION Drive cautiously when the indicator remains ‘ON’ while driving. It also lights up when brake fluid level is low. Get the problem attended immediately at an Authorized service Outlet. Check and get the problem attended to at an Authorized Service outlet. The light will remains ‘ON’ if there is insufficient oil pressure. continuous normal driving is dangerous. Low Engine Oil Pressure Indicator : This symbol lights up when the ignition switch is turn to the ‘ON’ position and goes out as soon as the required oil pressure is developed after starting the engine. Parking brake Indicator cum low brake fluid warning light This indicator has multiple functions as follows : • It lights up when the parking brake is applied and goes off when parking brake is released. contact nearest Tata Authorised service outlet immediately. it indicates a fault in the electrical circuit/lubrication system. Driving with low oil pressure may lead to severe damage to the engine. Check the oil level and add oil if necessary. It indicates that the battery is not getting charged. NOTICE If it remains ‘ON’ while the engine is running. NOTICE If the low oil pressure indicator does not glow or continues to remain ‘ON’ even with sufficient oil when the engine is running.In the state of low brake fluid level. Switch off all unnecessary electrical equipment and get the problem attended to at an Authorised Service outlet. If it is continuously ‘ON’ while engine is running.
The odometer records the total distance the vehicle has been driven. The trip meter can be used to measure the distance traveled on each trip or between fuel fillings.service lamp starts blinking. Do not restart the engine until the problem has been duly attended. 18 . CAUTION Never remove the radiator pressure cap from the radiator when the engine is hot. Trip meter reset knob is provided on instrument cluster. “F” stands for full and “E” stands for empty. this gauge gives an approximate indication of the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. Speedometer: INDICATORS & GAUGES Odometer and Trip meter* (on LCD): Trip Meter* & reset knob are applicable for LX version. 3 litres of fuel are left in the tank. When the ignition switch is ‘ON’ position. Reduce vehicle speed below 105 kmph. however when indicator shows 2 bars. Avoid driving in this situation and contact nearest authorised service outlet for necessary attention. Keep track of the odometer reading and follow the maintenance schedule regularly for better performance. it is recommended to refill the tank at the earliest.AN OVERVIEW Engine Coolant High Temperature Indicator This light will come ON and starts blinking when engine coolant temperature is higher than normal . If vehicle is driven above this speed. Service Indicator (BS-III) OR MIL indicator (BS-IV) blinking : The vehicle is designed for a safe speed of 105 kmph. When all bar indicators go ‘OFF’ and the ‘E’ starts blinking. Each bar represents 2 litres of fuel in the tank. Fuel Gauge The Speedometer indicates vehicle speed in Km/h. It indicates engine is overheating. it indicates that approx.
The ignition switch is on the right side of the steering column. Remove the key only when the vehicle is parked. START: Turn the key further clockwise to the START position (spring loaded) to start the engine. Release the key immediately after starting the engine. all accessories function like music system will be ‘ON’. While cranking. The switch has four positions. All accessories function ‘ON’. all accessories will be momentarily ‘OFF’. NOTICE Do not crank the engine more than 10 seconds continuously. engine can be stopped. The steering column is locked when the key is removed. WARNING Do not remove the key while driving. ON: Engine running and all electrical gadgets and accessories ON. If the engine does not start wait for 30 seconds before cranking it again. LOCK .Steering Locked ACC ON START LOCK: You can insert or remove the key only in this position. Vehicle ON and all electricals ‘ON’ Engine crank 19 . As soon as the engine starts release the ignition key to ON position. It will lock the steering and can cause loss of control. By turning the ignition key from ‘ON’ position to ‘ACC’ position.STEERING LOCK CUM IGNITION SWITCH AN OVERVIEW Steering Lock cum Ignition Switch: ACC : By turning key to ACC (key in) position. Key of ignition switch is common for door lock & steering lock.
direction indicator and light control switches. position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be OFF in this position. Pull the lever to select high beam flash (spring loaded). position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be ON in this position. Position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be ON in this position. c) Head / Position lamp ON. Push towards dashboard to select high beam.AN OVERVIEW Single Stalk Combination Switch: (For Standard & CX Versions) Single Stalk Combination Switch is provided on right hand side of steering column. 2) Wiper Rotary Switch : Inner rotary switch on the stalk is provided for front windshield wipe & wash. a) Head / Position lamp OFF. 1) Light stalk: Outer rotary switch on the stalk is provided for selecting Position (Parking) or Head lamp. Head lamp. It operates with Ignition switch in “IGN” position. Head lamp. 20 . It has wiper control. Wipe and wash are separate functions. The top (1st) position denotes wash (spring return). COMBINATION SWITCH b) Position lamp ON. First position below “OFF” is for low speed wipe and second position is for high speed wipe.
DOUBLE STALK COMBINATION SWITCH 21 . Double Stalk Combination Switch: (For LX version) Double Stalk Combination Switch for LX Version is provided on steering column.WIPER CONTROL SWITCH COMBINATION SWITCH AN OVERVIEW 1) Side indicator OFF LEF T N TUR 3) Side Indicator : LAN E CH ANG E LEFT 2) Lane change for Left or Right Turn (Spring Return) 3) Lane change for Left or Right Turn (Self cancellation / Manual return type) RIGHT LANE CHA NGE RIGHT TURN Push the stalk upwards for changing lane or turning to Left and downwards for changing lane or turning to Right according to requirement. It has three positions.
it returns to original position. c) Head / Position lamp ON. After releasing. 22 . To select the rear fog lamp.AN OVERVIEW A) RIGHT HAND STALK 1) Light stalk: Outer rotary switch on right hand stalk is provided for selecting Position (Parking) or Head lamp. b) Position lamp in ON. To select the front fog lamps. position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be OFF in this position. Head lamp. rotate the inner rotary switch which is spring loaded. when headlamp is ON. b) Rear Fog Lamp : The rear fog lamps can be switched on with parking / Head lamp and front fog lamps ON and can be remain ON till the parking / Head lamp are switched OFF. COMBINATION SWITCH 2) Fog Lamp Rotary Switch : Inner rotary switch on the stalk is provided for selecting front & rear fog lamp. a) Front Fog Lamp The front fog lamp can be switched ON with parking/ Head lamp ON & can be remain on till the parking lamp & Head lamp are switched OFF. Rear fog lamp alone can be switched ON. rotate the switch. After releasing it returns to original position. which is spring loaded. Head lamp. a) Head / Position lamp OFF. It operates with Ignition switch in “IGN” position. Pull the lever to select high beam flash (spring loaded). Push towards dashboard to select high beam. Position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be ON in this position. position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be ON in this position.
COMBINATION SWITCH AN OVERVIEW Music System (if applicable) : 3) Side Indicator : Push the stalk upwards for changing lane or turning to Left and downwards for changing lane or turning to Right according to requirement. 23 . 1) Side indicator OFF 2) Lane change for Left or Right Turn (Spring Return) 3) Lane change for Left or Right Turn (Self cancellation / Manual return type) B) LEFT HAND STALK 1) Front Windshield . Push the stalk downward to operate intermittent wipe. It has three positions. there will be one wipe of wiper. For operation and further information of music system please refer manufacturer’s manual. NOTICE After wash function is activated. Push the stalk upwards to operate Low or High speed wipe. Pull the stalk for wipe and wash operation.Wipe and wash : The music system can be fitted on the facia.
The temperature can be increased by rotating the knob towards the red dot and decreased by rotating it towards the blue dot. A. D.C. The blower speeds can be selected by operating the blower knob (B). Blower Speed selection Knob : The HVAC system has a three speed blower. 24 . Temperature-Control Knob : The air temperature in the vehicle can be controlled by operating the temperature control knob (C) on the control panel.AN OVERVIEW HVAC / A. : (As provided) HVAC & AIR CONDITIONING B. Air direction mode selection knob : The air flow can be changed by turning the knob (A) to the desired direction. Towards face Towards face and feet Towards feet Towards feet & windshield (Recommended for clearing mist on windshield) Towards windshield (Recommended for clearing heavy fog. HVAC AC A B C D E Air direction mode selection knob Blower speed selection knob Temperature control knob AC ON/OFF switch Air recirculation / Fresh air lever C. The indicator lamp on switch will show that the AC is `ON’. AC ON/OFF Switch : The AC can be switched ‘ON’ by pressing the switch (D) on the AC control panel provided the blower is `ON’ and the engine is running.
HVAC & AIR CONDITIONING AN OVERVIEW Whenever discomfort is felt switch to fresh air circulation mode. The AC is automatically switched 'ON' when the engine cools down. In Fresh Air mode. In recirculation mode. HVAC Fresh • Use fresh Air mode only when discomfort is felt. Recirculation AC • To put air circulation mode in recirculation. 25 . When desired temperature is achieved AC trips 'OFF' automatically. air is taken from atmosphere and circulated in the vehicle. • The AC can be switched `ON' only if the blower is 'ON' and engine is running. • The AC compressor is switched 'OFF' automatically when engine gets overheated. When AC is switched 'ON' engine idling RPM increases marginally. E. to adjust to the AC compressor load. Recirculation / Fresh Air knob: Recirculation mode Fresh Air mode NOTICE • We strongly recommend AC to be used in recirculation mode for better cooling. air inside the vehicle is circulated again and again. slide the knob 'E' towards recirculation mode (HVAC version) / rotate the knob ‘E’ towards recirculation mode (AC version) and vice-versa. • Recirculation mode can be used • • • While driving in dusty condition To avoid traffic pollution To get quick cooling/heating as required.
All vents should be opened completely.Desired blower speed position Knob ‘C’ . To achieve quick cooling effect open the windows slightly while you operate the AC. Never rev-up the engine in cold weather to achieve faster heating. If your car is left in the sun with windows closed.At suitable position as per requirement Knob 'B' .Suitable blower speed Knob 'C' . close the windows and change air circulation suitably to fresh or recirculation mode.AN OVERVIEW Normal Heating : (Only on HVAC) (For vehicles fitted with HVAC) Knob 'A' . Once temperature inside the car has come down sufficiently.Suitable mode. Once the windscreen has become clear. Knob 'A' . switch back to fresh mode. At maximum cooling.suitably as explained (Not for AC version) Quick Cooling : Switch ‘ON’ the AC and keep the blower at maximum speed. inside temperature increases. .OFF Air Circulation .Towards face Knob ‘B’ . • In case you find reduction in air flow or foul smell in the passenger compartment clean the evaporator and air filter. AC trips off automatically when the desired temperature is achieved. change to suitable setting.Suitable speed Knob 'C' -At suitable temperature Knob ‘D’ . Demisting : (Only on HVAC) In rainy season or in areas of high humidity.Towards blue dot as required.AC ON Switch 'E' . dehumidified air is passed on the windshield glass.Towards windshield Knob 'B' . mist formation inside windshield glass may be observed.Suitable temperature position AC . Keep air direction in face mode. Normal Cooling : Knob ‘A’ .AC ON Switch ‘E’ . (Not for AC version) Knob ‘D’ . Quick Heating : All settings as explained before except air circulation switch to recirculation. Keep the air circulation knob in the recirculation mode and temperature control switch in the maximum 26 HVAC & AIR CONDITIONING cooling (Blue) position (For HVAC only). To clear mist. Once vehicle is heated. First start the engine and accelerate to warm up.Fresh mode.
High throttle demand or rapid acceleration causes the compressor cut off for few seconds. get the vehicle to the nearest authorised service outlet. i. do not charge the vehicle with some other refrigerant than the existing refrigerant.e. if cold air continues to flow over windshield. Front Ventilators Side Ventilators The air flow can be adjusted continuously with the rotary control knob at the vents on the dash board. First start the engine and accelerate to warm up. 27 . The air vents can be adjusted upward and downward.Maximum blower speed Knob 'C' . it may cause sudden fogging on outside surface of windshield. Use only refrigerant as given in the label for topping up or recharge. NOTICE Refrigerant charged in the air conditioning circuit has been identified on the label over front body member. following settings are used. Fresh air is taken from the grill opening provided on the fire wall under the front hood at base of windshield glass outside the vehicle. to clear frost formation outside the windshield glass.Fresh mode. Once the windscreen has become clear. In high humidity areas. Defrosting : (Only on HVAC) In low temperature areas. change to suitable setting.Maximum hot position Switch 'E' . NOTICE If AC is not giving cooling effect even when blower is ON and AC request switch is pressed. Knob 'A' . Keep these openings clear and free.Towards windshield Knob 'B' .HVAC & AIR CONDITIONING AN OVERVIEW Ventilator : NOTICE When mist gets cleared switch the knob "A” position to Face mode. Always use R134a (Non CFC) refrigerant.
Side Repeater Indicator Lamp Front Fog Lamp: (As Applicable) 28 .AN OVERVIEW Head Lamp: Tail Lamp: LAMPS 3 1 2 4 1 2 3 High / Low Beam Position / Parking Lamp Front Direction Indicator 1 2 3 The tail lamp assembly incorporates the following : 1 2 3 4 Tail / Brake Lamp Turn Signal Indicator Reverse Lamp Reflex Reflector Head lamps are clear lens type having multi focal reflector and are provided with halogen bulb with double fitment for providing straight ahead illumination of the road for the long distance or deep beam which illuminates the road immediately ahead for short distance visibility. It also has side indicator lamp and a parking lamp.
DOOR (As applicable) In this position the lamp comes on when front doors are opened. Rear Fog Lamp: (As Applicable) It is provided on rear bumper. Registration Plate Lamps : Two concealed lamps are provided for illumination of the rear registration number plate. 29 . the lamp will go ‘OFF’. Rear Fog Lamp & Registration Plate Lamp : Interior lamp is provided on the roof. 1 2 1. near the inner rear view mirror. OFF .LAMPS AN OVERVIEW Interior Lamp : High Mounted Stop Lamp : High mounted stop lamp is provided on the rear side of vehicle. When the door is closed. Its switch has three positions. 2.The lamp will come ‘ON’ as long as switch is in this position.In this position the lamp will be always ‘OFF’. It will glow along with stop lamps whenever service brake is applied. ON .
as it reduces rear view clarity. Outside Rear View Mirror : “Tip tap” type mirror is provided only on driver side (LX version) and “Non Tip Tap” mirror is provided on “Std and CX” versions. NOTICE Be careful when judging the size or distances of a vehicle or other object seen in the side convex mirror. It is fitted on the door from the outside.AN OVERVIEW Inner Rear View Mirror : REAR VIEW MIRRORS & SUNVISORS WARNING Inner rear view mirror is provided inside the cab. Antiglare mirror is provided on LX version. It has two positions and can be selected by knob below mirror : 1. Antiglare position Use antiglare position only when necessary. 30 . Normal position 2. The sun visors also move sideways towards the door. Two adjustable sun visors are provided inside the cab above the windshield to prevent sun glare. Lower the sun visors to protect the eyes from bright sunlight. Sun visors : CAUTION View in antiglare position reduces rear view clarity as compared to normal position. Normal mirror is applicable for standard version. Be aware that objects looks smaller and appear farther away than when seen in flat mirror.
(Only for LX versions. Roof Grab Handle :(If fitted) These are provided for comfortable positoning of passengers during journey. Utility pocket / box : Utility pocket is provided to all the doors to keep magazines / books etc.) 31 .ROOF GRAB HANDLE & UTILITY POCKET / BOX AN OVERVIEW NOTICE When not in use keep the sun visors in their original position other wise they may lock the driver’s vision.
remove the cap first. upholstery etc. Avoid smoking inside the vehicle. Two cup holders are provided on the floor console near the gear shifting lever for your convenience. This can be used for connecting loads (upto 10A maximum) like the mobile charger. Cigarette Lighters: (If applicable) A cigarette lighter is provided on floor console at front. When it reaches the desired temperature. If lighter does not pop out. remove it to avoid overheating. These lighters will operate only when Engine is ON or Ignition key in ON position. it may spoil inside ambience. NOTICE Always keep this socket covered with the cap when not in use. Press the cigarette lighter in the socket to heat up.AN OVERVIEW FLOOR CONSOLE : A) Power Socket or Cigarette Lighter: (As applicable) Power Socket Fitment Provision: POWER SOCKET & CUP HOLDER CAUTION Handle the lighter carefully to avoid personal injury. it will pop up and can be used. To use this socket. (Applicable for LX version) 32 . B) Cup holder : A power socket fitment provision is given on the floor console near the gear shifting lever. interiors.
The parking brake lever is located behind the gearshift lever. Manual window winding is provided on rear doors. Glasses are wound up by pulling the switch and are lowered by pressing it down. Parking Brake Lever 2. press the release button and push the lever down. To release it. Release Button Mechanical parking brake acting only on the rear wheel is provided on your vehicle. Use winder handle for lowering down or raising up window glasses. pull the lever up slightly. To apply the parking brake.WINDOW WINDING & PARKING BRAKE LEVER AN OVERVIEW Power window switch (Front Doors) : if fitted Where power windows are not provided. manually operated winder handles are provided. They work only when the key is in the “ACC” position. 33 . The indicator light on the instrument panel will become ‘ON’. pull the lever up fully. Parking Brake Lever : Window glasses on front doors can be operated by switches provided on the main control panel located on the floor console. Manual window winding : 1. The parking brake indicator on the instrument panel will go ‘OFF’ when the parking brake lever is fully released.
After filling the fuel close the cap by rotating clockwise till you heard clicking sound.AN OVERVIEW Gear Shift Lever : GEAR SHIFT LEVER & REFUELING Rotate the fuel filler cap anitclockwise and open to fill the fuel. Gearshift lever is mounted on the central console between the two front seats. The wrong cap can result in a serious malfunction of the fuel system and the emission control system.Do not bend on fuel filler cap while opening. Ensure that hood is properly locked. Always remember to press the clutch pedal fully while shifting the gears and also to release the clutch pedal gently. WARNING Fuel vapour is extremely hazardous. Fuel filling cap is located inside the front hood. Refuelling : CAUTION Remove the fuel filler cap slowly. Always stop the engine before refueling and never refuel near sparks or open flames. Always use only original specification fuel cap or an approved equivalent. and wait for any hissing to stop. All forward gears being synchronized. available at Tata Authorised Dealers. causing injury if the cap is opened suddenly. For refueling you need to open the front hood. provide easy & effortless gear shifting. The fuel may be under pressure and may spray out. The gearshift pattern is shown on the gear shift lever knob. then remove it. 34 .
To open the hood pull the hood release lever located under the right hand corner of the dashboard inside vehicle. Do not press the hood onto the lock. Raise the hood slightly and with your finger slide the secondary lock lever located under the hood centre. Opening the front hood : Ensure that the vehicle is in neutral gear with the parking brake applied. To close the hood disengage the stay rod and clamp it properly. Lower the hood and drop it from a short height to lock. slide stay rod outward to secure.FRONT HOOD OPENING & CLOSING AN OVERVIEW Lift the hood up. The hood will pop up slightly. Pull the hood stay rod from its clip & insert the free end into the slot in the hood. CAUTION Ensure that the bonnet is properly locked before driving. Location of hood release lever 2. Closing : 1. 35 .
Pull the Door handle to open an unlocked door. Front doors can be locked or unlocked from outside with key. both front doors (Driver & Co-driver) have separate locking facility. if you lock/unlock the driver door with key. Front Doors (Driver and Co-driver) Locking / unlocking doors with key from outside : In LX version. It is advisable to keep another key at safe place for use in case of emergency. Insert the key and turn it anticlockwise to open or clockwise to lock the door. do not leave the key inside the vehicle. door lock is provided only on driver side door. where as in Standard & CX version. the remaining three doors get locked/unlocked simultaneously. Where central locking system is provided. get duplicate key through your Tata authorized dealer. NOTICE Do not use locally made keys. KEYS & DOOR LOCK A code number is stamped on the plate attached to the key set. NOTICE When locking doors this way. Locking without a key from inside All the doors can also be locked or unlocked independently from inside by pressing or pulling the knob. Detach this plate and store at safe place (Not in the vehicle). This reference number is necessary while getting duplicate keys from your Authorised Dealer.GETTING STARTED Keys : The key operates all locks and Ignition switch. 36 .
Then lean back to the position you want and release it. pull the door opening lever / latch to open the door. Make sure that lever return to its original position. lean forward slightly and raise the lever (2). then slide the seat to the desired position and release the lever. Once the desired position is achieved release the lever to lock the seat.DOOR LOCK OPENING & SEAT ADJUSTMENT GETTING STARTED Driver Co-driver Fixed Fixed Slider with recliner Slider Slider with recliner Slider with recliner Opening the doors from inside : Location of door opening lever/ latch Std. CAUTION Only adjust the seats when the vehicle is stationary. Recliner for adjusting the seat back rest 37 . Lever / Slider for forward / backward movement 2. Make sure the seat is locked in position. lift the lever (1) under the seat cushion front. You will otherwise be distracted and could lose control of the vehicle as a result of the seat movement All doors can be opened from inside. Pull the door knob to unlock the door. Front Seats : 2 1 1. to adjust seat positions. Seat Back Recliner : (As Appicable) To change the seat back angle. CX LX Bucket type front seats are provided with a lever and recliner handle knob. Moving the Seat Forward & Backward: (As applicable) To adjust the seat position.
once it is unlocked. Folding of rear seat back rest For folding the rear seat back rest: 1) Pull both straps provided on seat back rest top simultaneously to unlock the seat back rest . lift the seat back rest and just press it to engage in the lock. 38 . A cushion bench seat is provided for the rear passengers.Getting Started Rear Seat REAR SEAT 2) Fold the seat back rest. Locking rear seat back rest For locking the rear seat back rest.
In case of an accident or sudden braking. The lap belt has one manually adjusted belt that fits across the hip bone. Make sure that the belt goes over your collar bones and across chest. 2. 1. the belt lets you move freely in your seat. Guide the belt to the pillar as it retracts. To unlatch the belt. Tongue 2 3. Why Seat Belts Wearing seat belts properly can protect you from being thrown against the inside of the car or against other occupants in case of an accident or sudden braking. . 3. Your car is equipped with seat belts. How to use seat belts This car has three point inertia reel type front and rear seat belts in the out board positions and a lap belt for middle passenger on rear seat.SEAT BELT GETTING STARTED Seat Belts Occupants safety is of utmost importance. Pull the tongue across your body and insert it into the buckle. Seat Belt 2. 5. inertia reel automatically tightens the belt to help restrain your body. In normal driving. It will reduce the chances of severe injury. The anchor end of the shoulder belt is adjustable to suit the height of the passenger wearing it. 4. which could break them or cause other serious injury. Position the lap portion of the belt as low as possible across your hip bone. Check and ensure that the belt is not twisted. Lock Buckle WARNING Twisted seat belts can cause injury in a collision as the full width of the belt isn’t available to absorb the impact. press the red button on the buckle. Don’t wear twisted seat belts. Make sure that your seat is adjusted to a good driving position and the back of the seat is upright. This puts more force on the bones beneath the belt. Pull up the shoulder part of the belt to remove the slack. both front and rear as a part of occupant restraint system. 39 1 3 1.
Wear the lap portion of the belt snugly and as low as possible. 7. this would concentrate the impact force directly on the abdominal area. The belt should not be disassembled. Always make sure the shoulder portion of the seat belt is positioned across your shoulder and near your neck. Lap belt Pull the tongue to the desired length. SEAT BELT 10. Each belt should be used by one occupant only. on your neck. 8. A seat belt used In this way cannot spread the impact forces properly and the two passengers could be crushed together and seriously injured. Clean the webbing with a mild soap solution recommended for upholstery. 6. pull the loose end of the webbing. Adjust the belt length. To unfasten. The belt must not be put round a child. seated on passengers lap. The belts if required should be replaced. or on your upper arm. If required. 11. WARNING Positioning the lap portion of the Seat Belt too high can be dangerous as in a collision. To shorten. depress the button in the buckle. 9. 12. replace with an approved belt kit. The belt must not be altered or modified during use. Bleaching or dyeing the webbing may weaken it. 40 . WARNING Using one seat belt for more than one person at a time is dangerous. An improperly positioned belt will provide little or no protection in a collision. authorised personnel only should carry out disassembly and assembly. The belts are meant (intended) for adult occupants only. by Authorised personnel only. hold the tongue at a right angle to the webbing and pull. When the belt has been in use in a serious accident or shows signs of severe fraying / damage or of having been cut. causing serious injury.GETTING STARTED WARNING Improper positioning of the shoulder portion of the seat belt is dangerous. but never under your arm. Insert it into the buckle until you hear a click. Never use one belt for more than one person at a time. To lengthen the belt.
Child restraint systems are available. a child is safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than in the front seat. Kindly consult your doctor for specific recommendations. Before installation. Baby or Small Child : TATA MOTORS recommends the use of a seat-belt. Depending on the injury. The lap belt should be worn securely and as low as possible over the hips and the waist. If a child is too big for a child restraint system. According to accident statistics. Use the seat-belt when the child is in the rear seat also.SEAT BELT GETTING STARTED Expectant mother: TATA MOTORS strongly urges that the driver and passengers in the car be properly restrained at all times with seat-belts. he / she should sit in the seat and must be restrained using the car’s seat-belt. Failure to do so could increase the chance of injury and / or the severity of injury in accidents. consult your doctor for specific recommendations. TATA MOTORS recommends the use of a type which fits your car. Injured person : TATA MOTORS recommends the use of a seat-belt for injured person. always read the manufacturer’s instructions. Use child restraint system appropriate for the child until he / she becomes big enough to properly wear the car’s seat-belts. 41 .
Use only recommended type of bulbs. 7. 5. Engine oil level up to Max mark on dipstick. All switches & lamps are working BEFORE DRIVING & SAFETY CHECKS 7. Coolant level to First fill. 2. Check that any items you may be carrying are stored properly and fastened down securely. 6. Inflate to recommended tyre pressure if required. Do not use the high beam unless it is inevitable. Ensure proper working of wipers and condition of wiper blade. snow or ice if any. Check for correct focusing of head lamps. Check for operation of head lamps in both high/low beam condition. on these. Seat belts are fastened 5. this would damage the windshield. Check adjustment of all rear view mirrors. Top up if required. Ensure 1. 3. Ensure that windshield washer reservoir is full. frost. Ensure all mirrors. Brake fluid level . Parking brake is released. Do not operate wiper alone when the windshield glass is dry. 3. 42 . If required adjust to your convenience. Check position of seat. 2. Battery electrolyte level. Remove dust. Side indicators / Hazard warning Ensure that all side indicators / hazard warning switch are always in working condition and they are used when required. SAFETY CHECKS Windshield wiper / windshield washer Always keep windshield glass clean to avoid any distraction in visibility. Adjust 1. windows and lamps are clean and unobstructed. All doors are properly closed and locked. Water in windshield washer reservoir.DRIVING BEFORE DRIVING Please ensure to check (Refer maintenance) 1. 6. Fuel level. Its dazzle may glare the driver of the oncoming car the condition thus causing an accident. 2. Tyre pressure and condition of tyres. Check and ensure that all the gauges and indicators in the instrument cluster are working. Ensure sufficient Fuel. 4. (Do not overfill) 4. Gear shift lever is in neutral position 9. Hood is fully closed. 8. Headlights Keep headlight lenses clean.
This could divert your attention from the road and result in an accident. Influence of Alcohol Do not drive under the influences of alcohol or drugs. sleepy. Mobile phones Horn Ensure the horn is working properly. 43 . It is strongly recommended that all the car occupants should always wear seatbelt. This is for use in case of minor injuries. Alcohol and drugs will severely impair your control of the vehicle and increase the risk of injury yourself and others. Check brake fluid level in reservoir. Long distance driving can tire you very much and fatigue can dull your reflexes and judgment. It is to be regularly checked for any disintegration and should be updated regularly. valid PUC certificate and driving licence with you. Horn provides safety to other road users by alerting your presence. such as high speed. insurance. Tyres Check the condition of tyres for any abnormality. while vehicle is in motion. Maintain correct tyre pressure. Brakes Ensure brakes are working properly. Do not drive the car when brake warning lamp is 'ON'. First Aid Kit First aid kit is provided in your vehicle. it is very important particularly when subjected to extreme conditions. Documents Always carry vehicle registration papers. use of seat-belt reduces the chance of injury and severity of injury in case of an accident. Do not use worn or bald tyres specially on the front wheels.SAFETY CHECKS & DRIVING SAFETY DRIVING DRIVING SAFETY Seat Belt Seat-belts are life saving equipment. bad roads and high outside temperature. Fatigue 'Rest Revive survive' Do not attempt driving when you feel tired. Do not use mobile phones while driving a vehicle. Take a rest and get refreshed at intervals.
Maintain correct tyre pressures: Under-inflated tyres result in increased running resistance of the tyres. It does not allow full engine power to be transmitted to the vehicle and reduces clutch life. adhere to following driving suggestions. 90 km/h in 3rd gear and 105 km/h in 4th gear. 44 .70 FUEL CUT-IN / CUT-OFF STRATEGY : The ECU has been programmed to limit the speed of the vehicle to 35 km/ h in 1st gear. always shift to a higher gear before reaching the speed limit specified for that gear. leading to wastage of fuel. FUEL ECONOMY NOTICE Do not rest your foot on the clutch pedal. (Refer tyre maintenance section) Proper Driving Practices : Keep a safe distance from other vehicles to avoid braking suddenly. Avoid Excessive Idling : Shut Off the engine if you have to wait for more than a minute while you are in traffic. Always maintain clean air-filter: The amount of air supplied will reduce due to clogged air-filter. As a good driving practice. Avoid unnecessary deceleration (stopping or slowing down) and then acceleration which uses more fuel.30 30 . Gear 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Speed (kmph) 10 20 . the ECU will activate the fuel cut-off strategy and restrict vehicle speed to the specified limit.50 50 . 60 km/h in 2nd gear. This is to ensure optimum fuel efficiency and prolonged engine life. Avoid fast starts and unnecessary stops : Start off slowly from traffic lights or stop signs to prevent increased fuel consumption and shortening of engine life. Fuel economy speeds : Always adhere to following fuel economy speeds.DRIVING FRIENDLY TIPS TO IMPROVE FUEL ECONOMY : Your vehicle's fuel economy is mainly dependent on your style of driving. In case the gear is not shifted and you continue to drive in the same gear beyond the specified speed. resulting in loss of power and fuel economy. To operate your vehicle as economically as possible.
D. C. NOTICE After starting run the engine in idle speed for at least 30 seconds. Ensure gear lever in neutral. If the engine does not start turn the key to off position and try after 2 mins. Insert the key in steering cum ignition lock and turn it to ‘ON’ position. are fully secured. Check & adjust seat Ensure that all doors are locked properly Fasten seat belt properly Ensure that all gauges and indicators lights are working. Preparing for Drive : Release the parking brake. Km/ph 15 25 40 60 3rd 4 th 45 . NOTICE The engine being at the rear of the car. Check for blind areas being unobstructed in front and rear of the car. Do not exceed the following road speeds during running in period.STARTING / STOPPING THE ENGINE & PREPARING TO DRIVE DRIVING Starting the Engine Before starting 1. B. CAUTION Running Engine under idle condition for long duration and also in high idle (fly-up rpm) should be avoided Running-in Period Avoid rapid acceleration and prolonged high speed running of the engine while using the new car for the first 1000 km of operation. Turn the ignition key to ‘ACC’ position to stop the engine. for oncoming traffic. its sound characteristics are unique compared to the other vehicles. A. Press the clutch pedal fully. Now crank the engine. 2. Check that an items that you may be carrying inside. Gear 1st 2 nd Stopping the Engine Before switching off the engine. Apply parking brake. Switch on side indicator signal when getting into main stream of traffic. run the engine in idle condition for at least 30 seconds and then switch ‘OFF’. Before driving off check in the rear view mirror.
Parking Park the car in a safe place. such as dry leaves. After driving through water or washing the underside of the vehicle. Braking The distance required to bring a car to a halt increase with the speed of the vehicle. grass etc. If the brakes are less effective than normal. WARNING Do not leave the key inside the car. the amount of braking effort required by the driver to activate the brakes would be lesser in the brakebooster models. Apply the parking brake. Wait for 5 seconds after de clutching to ensure smooth engagement of the reverse gear.DRIVING Gear Shifting : The gearshift pattern is shown on the gear shift lever knob. test the brake while driving at slow speed to see if they have maintained there normal effectiveness. The booster and non-booster versions provide similar braking performance for the vehicle. Do not leave children unattended in the car. All forward gears being synchronized. as the exhaust system is hot enough to initiate ‘FIRE’. provide easy and effortless gear shifting. 46 GEAR SHIFTING. If water gets into the brake drums. put on the parking lights if required. slowdown gradually and apply brake. brake performance may become poor and unpredictable.e. . do not rely on the parking brake alone to hold the vehicle. The braking distance needed for vehicle at 60 kmph will be approximately 4 times greater than the braking distance needed at 30 kmph. However. BRAKING & PARKING The non-booster type braking system may not be fitted in the Standard model. NOTICE When parking on a steep slope. Avoid parking the car over inflammable materials. dry them by repeatedly applying the brake while driving slowly until the brakes have regained their normal effectiveness. Always remember to press the clutch pedal fully while shifting the gears and also to release the clutch pedal gently. Leave the vehicle parked with gear box in low forward gear when facing uphill and reverse gear when facing downhill.. Ensure that all window glasses are closed & all lamps are turned ‘OFF’ At night. Avoid sudden clutching i. abrupt release of depressed clutch pedal. Anticipate your stop. while the CX and LX models are provided with booster-assisted braking system. NOTICE The reverse gear should be engaged only when the car is stationary.
Your car’s engine may get seriously damaged if attempted to cross through deep water. 47 . Use head lamp main/dip beam to alert other road users on turns/cross roads etc. If at all the situation demands that you have to drive through water then. the lubricants will have to be replaced. apply brakes several times to dry the liners and to regain original braking. Dip the head lamp for oncoming traffic during night driving. or transaxle. Get the starter and alternator checked. For slowing down. Tow the car to a safe place. shift to lower gears and brake gently. Take the car to nearest TATA authorised workshop to check entry of water in cylinders. Keep lights ON if visibility is poor. windows. If water has entered the engine. Check wiper blades for proper functioning. tyres for wear and tyre pressure. Check brakes. steering. • • Keep engine in fast idling and crawl the car in low gear. It may cause loss of control and lead to a skid. After driving through water. Avoid harsh braking and sharp turns. Maintain a speed such that you can stop within illuminated distance of head lamps.DRIVING IN ADVERSE CONDITION DRIVING Driving on a Rainy Day : Driving Through Water : Never venture to drive through water when it flows over the guard stones on a bridge. Night Driving : Do not attempt to start the engine if car gets flooded with water.
Select appropriate gear so that gear changing or clutch disengagement is not involved while descending the gradient. Choose as smooth a slope as possible and select the appropriate gear so that gear changing in the middle of the climb is not required. choose as mild an angle as possible and keep the vehicle moving. Under no conditions should the vehicle be moved diagonally across a hill.DRIVING Use side indicators for lane change or turning. Switch on hazard warning switch in case of hazardous parking or if your vehicle is disabled to warn the passing traffic. If unavoidable. thereby providing increased grip. motion can be maintained by swinging the steered wheels left and right. Descending Sharp Gradients : Start off smoothly in any suitable gear. Brake application under such situations should be done very smoothly to avoid loss of control. Climbing Sharp Gradients on Loose Surfaces : DRIVING IN ADVERSE CONDITION If the wheels start to slip within few feet of the end of the climb. If the vehicle stalls or losses headway while climbing a steep hill. Apply power smoothly so that there is no loss of traction by overrevving of the engine. possibly resulting in toppling over. . Use engine braking judiciously without over-revving the engine. The danger is in loss of traction and sideways slippage. Changing gears in the middle of the climb can cause loss of momentum and engine stalling. Shifting to lower gear has to be done cautiously to avoid loss of traction. shift into appropriate gear. 48 Depending on the severity of the gradient. make a quick shift to reverse and allow the vehicle to move back with the control of engine compression.
CAUTION If the turn signal indicators do not blink. Get it rectified immediately. 2. then this indicates that a side indicator bulb has failed. Pull the hazard warning switch (red knob) on the nacelle behind the steering wheel. then there may be problem in electrical system. If the indicators “Blink rapidly”. 3. then the triangle is to be used as per instructions given below: 1. 49 . Increase the distance to 150 meters on a highway or if a bad/ hill top obscures the view. This can be operated without ignition 'ON'. The triangle must be at least 50 meters behind the vehicle in the same lane of traffic.ADVANCE WARNING TRIANGLE & HAZARD WARNING SWITCH INCASE OF EMERGENCY Hazard Warning Switch : Advance Warning Triangle : An advance warning triangle is provided along with your vehicle. Remove advance warning triangle from it’s cover and assemble. Depress the knob again to switch 'OFF' the hazard function. 4. In case there is a breakdown and or the vehicle is to be parked at the side of road. Use Hazard Warring lights besides advance warning triangle in case of breakdown specially during night time and vehicle has to be parked at the side of the road or vehicle is being operated in adverse condition. Place the triangle on the road behind the vehicle where it is stranded. all side indicator lights will flash simultaneously to warn the other road users about any hazardous condition of the vehicle.
NOTICE Do not continue driving with deflated tyre.INCASE OF EMERGENCY IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE: 1. CAUTION Get the punctured tyre repaired and replace at the nearest service station. your vehicle is fitted with differential tyre. Driving even the short distance can damage a tyre and wheel beyond repair. 3. 6. 2. Reduce vehicle speed gradually keeping it in a straight line. 3. IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE Important information about Tyre sizes of your Car To achieve the optimum vehicle performance. Apply parking brake and engage 1st or Reverse gear. It is recommended to drive vehicle with spare tyre in speed limit of 40 to 60 km/hr. 4. Ensure that all occupants are out of the vehicle on the side away from traffic. Stop the Engine and turn on Hazard warning switch. Take out the Wheel spanner and jack located behind LH side of rear seat. Please note the tyre sizes: Front : Rear : Spare : 135/70 R12 155/65 R12 135/70 R12 Incase of flat tyre at rear following instructions and cautions must be observed and strictly followed: 1. 2. Drive cautiously while running on spare wheel especially on sharp turn on ghat. 50 . 5. It is recommended to replace the spare tyre with standard tyre immediately at nearest service station. Move cautiously off the road to safe place away from traffic. Park the vehicle on a level and firm ground. Keep advance-warning triangle at least 50 meters behind the vehicle as an indication of breakdown.
While restoring.IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE INCASE OF EMERGENCY Location of Wheel spanner and Tow hook. Location of Jack : Jack Location Jack is located below co-driver seat. engage jack in mounting hook. Spare wheel is mounted on front firewall inside the Front hood. Rotate the jack screw in clockwise direction using wheel spanner to lift the vehicle till flat tyre is free from ground. (Do not remove the flat tyre at this stage). To remove jack. rotate the wing bolt anticlockwise to lower down and release it from mounting hook. position it properly and rotate wing bolt clockwise to raise the jack till it secures properly. Take out wheel cover (If fitted) and loosen the wheel mounting bolts of flat tyre. Location and Removal of Spare wheel: Spare Wheel Location Changing the flat tyre Block the wheel which is diagonally opposite to the flat tyre. Engage the jack properly at correct jacking point (In between dimple marks provided at front & rear sides). Jacking Points 51 . They are located below Driver seat behind battery in a tool kit bag Advance Warning Triangle: Advance warning triangle is located behind rear seat back rest below parcel shelf in a bag. Open the hood (refer fuel filling section) and rotate the wheel mounting screw by hand in anticlockwise direction and remove the spare wheel. Unlock the rear seat backrest and remove it when required.
52 . Raising the vehicle with improperly positioned will damaged the vehicle or may cause the personal injury.INCASE OF EMERGENCY IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE CAUTION Follow the jacking instructions. Roll the spare wheel into position and align the holes in the wheel with tapered bolts and tighten them as much as you can by hand. Block the wheel diagonally opposite to flat tyre being changed. Raise the vehicle only high enough to remove and change the flat tyre. Lower the jack completely then tighten the wheel bolts one by one using wheel spanner. Fit the wheel cover back (if fitted). if necessary. Place the flat tyre at spare wheel location as described and tighten properly. Rear Jacking Point Remove wheel-mounting bolts and take out flat tyre and cover (if fitted). Restore all the tools and jack at it’s location. Do not lift the vehicle with some one inside. Front Jacking Point Do not start or run the vehicle while supported by jack. Make sure to set the jack properly in the jack point. Do not carry any other work or never get under the vehicle supported by jack.
Route the leads so that they cannot get caught by the rotating parts in the engine compartment. Do not disconnect the discharged battery from the vehicle. allow both engines to idle for approximately 3 minutes with the leads still connected. Wear rubber gloves. Do not lean over the battery during jump starting. The fluid contains sulphuric acid which can cause injury and severe damage. Its capacity must be approximately the same as the original battery capacity. To lessen the risk of injury. Keep the gearshift lever in neutral.STARTING THE ENGINE WITH JUMP LEADS INCASE OF EMERGENCY • • • Switch off all unnecessary electrical loads. The engine of the vehicle providing the jump start can be allowed to run during starting. fabrics or painted surfaces. The rated voltage and capacity are given on the batteries. Do not allow the terminals of one lead to touch those of the other lead. The connection of the -ve lead point should be as far as away from the discharged battery as possible and close to the starter motor. skin. Apply the hand brake. After starting. Do not connect the lead to the negative terminal of the discharged battery. • Make sure that the battery providing the jump start has the same rated voltage as the battery in your vehicle (12 V). CAUTION Do not allow battery electrolyte to come in contact with eyes. to avoid risk of contact. as well as damage to the electrical systems in both vehicle. Starting the Engine with Jump Leads : The engine with a discharged battery may be started by transferring electrical power from a battery in another vehicle. This may be dangerous as any deviation from the following instructions could lead to personal injury resulting from any battery explosion. • • • • • Attempts to start the engine of the vehicle with the discharged battery should be made at intervals of one minute and should not last more than 15 seconds. • 53 . wear eye protection when working near any battery.
In case of brake failure. Negative (-) of Good battery to Negative (-) of discharged battery. the best way is to use a wrecker. While disconnecting follow reverse order i. Alternatively use a rigid tow bar. Crank and start the engine. keep the engine idling so that brake vacuum is available. 2. Avoid using a flexible cable or rope as your vehicle may crash into the vehicle towing your car when it stops suddenly. 3. Limit the speed to 20-30 kmph.e. disconnect Negative (-) lead followed by Positive (+) lead.INCASE OF EMERGENCY Following order should be followed while connecting battery leads : 1. Switch ‘ON’ the hazard warning signals of both the vehicle to warn other road users. • • • • STARTING THE ENGINE WITH JUMP LEADS Towing the Vehicle : For towing a vehicle. • • • Connect Leads In The Order As Shown In Sketch. 4. Positive (+) of Good battery to Positive (+) of discharged battery. 54 . use the parking brake to control the vehicle. Where possible.
only lash the vehicle down by the wheels or tyres. • • 55 .TOWING THE CAR INCASE OF EMERGENCY • Place the towing hook and wheel spanner back in the vehicle tool kit. Unscrew the towing hook. Transporting the vehicle : The towing hooks can be used to pull the vehicle onto a trailer or transporter for transporting purposes. Securing the towing hook: At Front : • Provision for fitment of towing hook is provided on front bumper as indicated. • • Removing the towing hook : • • Take the wheel spanner from the vehicle tool kit Insert the wheel spanner into the towing hook and turn the spanner anticlockwise. Tow Hook Location at Front Towing Hook fitment : • Take the towing hook and the wheel spanner from the vehicle tool kit Screw in the towing hook clockwise to the stop. Your vehicle could otherwise be damaged. Insert the wheel spanner into the towing hook and tighten. Replace the cover and let it lock into place. To secure.
have it done by qualified technician. If you lack sufficient knowledge and experience or the proper tools and equipment to do the work. Windshield Washer Fluid Level. 56 . You can be seriously injured while performing some maintenance procedures. Please be careful while personally inspecting / maintaining the vehicle as it may cause damage to the vehicle or may cause injury. Similarly the brake system for safety. If you’re unsure about any servicing or maintenance procedure. ROUTINE SERVICE Several maintenance procedures can be done only by a qualified service technician with special tools. Improper do it ourself maintenance during the warranty period may affect warranty coverage. Battery. Engine coolant Level. OWNER MAINTENANCE Routine Service We highly recommend that these items be inspected at least every week. All inspections and adjustments must be made by a qualified technician. Inspection. The ignition and fuel systems are highly important in view of emission control and for efficient engine operation. maintenance of the vehicle should be entrusted to the professionals only. Engine Oil Level. Do not tamper with them. Radiator fins blockage (specially in rainy season).INCASE OF EMERGENCY This manual will help you to understand your vehicle. have it done by an TATA Authorized Dealer / TASC. WARNING Maintenance procedures: Performing maintenance work on a vehicle can be dangerous. We strongly recommend that all servicing related to these systems be done by an Tata Authorised Dealer / TASC. Do it Yourself Service Improper or incomplete service may result in problems. Brake Fluid Level. Tyre inflation pressure.
3. Clean it. In normal cases the problems should be attended to in an Authorized Service outlet by following the repair procedures given in the Workshop Manual. 7. 5. Replace if broken Tighten the charging terminal Get it rectified / Replace Get defect rectified. Top up Get it adjusted correctly Remove the air Clean/ Replace the element Clean/ Replace the element Get it rectified Get it rectified Get cable replaced Replace Get belt tension adjusted Get belt replaced Engine not cranking 2. SR NO PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBLEM CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN ENGINE 1. These preliminary checks can be carried out in an emergency. Check spark plug. Poor pick up 6. Dead battery. Does not accelerate Belt squeal 57 . connections Jump start using another battery Tighten connections properly. clean & replace if necessary Engine cranks but does Air in the fuel system Get the air removed by not start bleeding Check leakages & correct Fuel pump fuse/EMS blown Replace the fuse. Get defect rectified. No Fuel Get the fuel filled Fuel filter chocked Get the fuel filter replaced Charging indicator continuously remains ON Engine overheats Battery not getting charged due to belt loose Alternator terminal loose Alternator not working Brakes binding Electric fan not working Radiator fins clogged Thermostat defective Coolant level low Accelerator cable loose Air in the fuel system Clogged fuel filter Clogged air filter Clutch slipping/ out of adjustment Brakes grabbing Accelerator cable broken Fuel filter choked Loose belt Belt glazed Get the belt tension adjusted. loose or Get battery checked and/ or improper battery/ electrical changed. Get it rectified. 4.ENGINE PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING These tips are given for your guidance.
Pedal travel excessive due to Rectify automatic adjuster. Noisy clutch Pressure plate & diaphragm spring rattling Adjust pedal travel Replace cable Clean or replace disc at Authorized Service outlet Get car attended by authorized Service outlet TRANSAXLE 1. Worn brake lining Rectify the leakage. Hard shifting Inadequate lubricant Inadequate clutch pedal travel Distorted or broken clutch disc Damaged clutch pressure plate 2. Take the car to the nearest authorized service outlet & get the fault rectified CLUTCH 1. and / or oil pump faulty Do not run the engine extensively. excessive shoe gap Vacuum leakage (for booster vehicle) Brake oil (line) leaking Oil on the brake drum/ liners seals if leaking. 58 . Improper pedal travel Rusted clutch cable Oil on clutch disc 2. Get the air removed by bleeding. Replace the leaking line. Noise Inadequate or insufficient lubricant Damaged or worn bearing(s) Replenish Adjust Replace Replace clutch cover/ disc Replenish Replace BRAKES 1. Get the liners replaced. Clutch slipping Pressure transducer faulty. Get the liners cleaned/ replace.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR NO PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBLEM CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN ENGINE 8. Poor brakes Insufficient brake fluid Air in the system Get the brake fluid filled. Low engine oil pressure indicator ‘ON’ when engineis running even though engine oil level is within maximum/ minimum marking.
Brake squeal STEERING SYSTEM 1. Circuit relay/ controllers loose Fix the relay firmly. Check & adjust Check &replace if necessary Adjust correct value Check & rectify Check & rectify Check & adjust Get it tightened 3. Battery terminal loose or disconnected Battery completely dead LED fused ELECTRICAL 1. Fuse blown Replace the fuse. Replace. Rubber deformed un-wiped spots. 2. 3. replace the blade edge of the blade is worn out. Replace the blade 2. Brake pulling to one side Oil on the brake lining One side shoe/ pad worn on both wheels. Loose connectors Get the connection properly tightened / fixed. accessories such as power windows. Battery charge & engine oil pressure lamp in cluster not operating when key in ‘IGN’ position Check connections. gauge. wiper and washer unit & all lamps etc. Get the shoe/ pad replaced Tighten the bolts. head lamps. Clean the edge of the blade. Clean or replace lining. Hard steering (Mech) 2. Loose brake anchor plate One side brake pipe clogged One side automatic adjuster not functioning Defective brake lining Glazed lining Wheel alignment disturbed Rack & pinion need adjustment Low tyre pressure Grabbing of linkages Grabbing of linkages Steering gear disturbed Rack & pinion attachment loose Foreign matter has attached to the blade Clean the brake lining. RPM meter.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR NO PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBLEM CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN BRAKES 2. Non functioning Elect. fuel & temp. Rectify or replace automatic adjuster. Poor Return ability Excessive play on steering Narrow streaks are left on the wind shield making it hard to see The wiper leaves large WIPER 1. in the base 59 . Get the battery charged. Get the LED checked / Replaced. Get the brake line cleaned. Loose / open connections Get the battery properly connected. if streaks still appear. Fuse blown in the circuit Replace the fuse if blown.
Replace motor if no conductance Replace resistor block if found defective Replace Switch 3. Get the defect rectified at nearest authorized service center 3 60 . Replace bearing. Check & rectify. Adjust tyre pressure. Replace struts Check loading Replace struts Replace Fuse and correct any disconnection in wiring Secure all connections properly. Air Leak Kinematic linkage damaged Seal correctly.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR NO PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBLEM CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN SUSPENSION 1. Modify driving habit. 4. Abnormal or excessive tyre wear Tyre out of balance Steering geometry disturbed Tyres not adequately inflated Wobbly wheel or tyre Defective tyre Hub play not proper Brake grabbing Excessive braking 2 Abnormal noise from front end Damaged struts or mounting Worn suspension arm bushings Loose wheel bolts Loose suspension bolts or nuts Excessive hub play Faulty struts Over loaded Faulty struts Blown Fuse Faulty connection Faulty motor Faulty or poor connection at Faulty fan switch 2 Motor operates but air flow is minimum Insufficient Heating Check balance and/ or adjust if required. Replace wheel or tyre. Replace tyre. Repair mounting or repair strut Replace Tighten wheel bolts Tighten suspension bolts or nuts Replace bearing. Adjust steering geometry. Ride too soft/ bumpy Suspension bottoms AC / HVAC 1 Blower motor does not operate Obstruction in the evaporator Clean Evaporator inlet Air Leak Seal correctly.
FUSES & RELAYS
Fuses and Relays : Your car’s electrical circuits have fuses to protect the wiring from short circuits or sustained overload. These are located below dash board on right hand side as shown in the sketch.
Identify the defective fuse from it’s melted wire. Remove blown fuse by fuse puller. The fuse puller is located in the cabin compartment fuse box. Find the route cause of the blown fuse and rectify. Install a new fuse of the correct rating. Ensure that all other fuses are firmly in position. Spare fuses are provided in the fuse box in the cabin. CAUTION The electrical system is protected by fuses that are designed to fail and prevent damage to wiring harness. Always replace blown fuse with the same rating as specified to prevent wiring damage that can result in a possible fire.
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FRONT The circuit is connected through fuses and relays and the current rating of each fuse is printed on the fuse box sticker on dashboard. Checking and replacing fuses: If any electrical unit in your car is not functioning, check the fuses first. Please follow the steps below that will guide you to check and replace them • Turn the ignition key to the 'LOCK' position.
FUSES & RELAYS
FUSES & RELAYS
Models LX CXCX, LX LX CX, LX LX LX All CX, LX All LX LX All All All All All CX, LX All All All All All All All All Rating 30A 10A 15A 20A 15A 10A 20A 10A 10A 30A 10A 15A 20A 15A 20A 5A 5A 30A 10A 20A 20A 15A 20A 10A
No. F1 F2 F3 F4 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9 F10 F11 F12 F13 F14 F15 F18 F19 F20 F21 F23 F24 F25 F26 F27
Power consumer Window Winding RH (Front Door) Compresser Condenser Fan CLU Fog Lamp Horn, Roof Blower Radio Battery Supply Power Socket / Cigar Lighter Window Winding LH (Front Door) Stop / Park Fuel Pump Radiator Fan Main Relay Hazard Flasher Blower AC SW Music Sys. (Acc. Supply) Combi Switch Turn H/L High H/L Low ECU Wiper Wash Inst. Cluster & Rev. Lamp
F16, F17 and F22 fuses are blank
5W 12V.21W 12V. 21/5W 12V.5d BA15s BULB SPECIFICATIONS SPECIFICATION QTY H4 12V.ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE DESCRIPTION Head lamp-Halogen H4 Parking Lamp Front Fog Lamp Side Repeater Indicator Rear Direction Indicator Rear Stop+ Parking Lamp Reverse Lamp Rear Fog Lamp Registration Plate Lamp High Mounted Stop Lamp Front Direction Indicator LOCATION Head lamp Front Front Side Tail Lamp Tail Lamp Tail Lamp Rear Rear Rear Windscreen Front Headlamp CAP TYPE P43t .1 X 9.21W 12V. 5W 12V. 5W 12V. 21W 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 2 64 .38 W5W PK22s W5W BAU15s BA15d BA15s BA15s W5W 2.60/55 W 12V. 16W 12V.21W 12V. 55W 12V.
WARNING Do not direct high pressure washer fluid/ water jets (Pressure above 0. Periodically shampoo the carpet to keep it looking new. Spray the Car thoroughly with a cold water jet (Car on a washing pit or hoist). road conditions. CAR CARE : Your Car is subjected to many external influences such as climate. Use carpet cleaners (preferably foam type). wash in shade. sponge or soft cloth and rinse it frequently while washing. No solvent (fuel. Apply it with a sponge or soft brush.CAR CARE VEHICLE CARE Polishes : Polishes and cleaners can restore shine to the painted surface that has oxidised and become dull. Follow the instructions that come with the cleaner. NOTICE Avoid wiping of painted surface in dry condition as it may leave scratches on the painted surface. Dirt. thinners) need to be used. 65 . industrial pollution and proximity to the sea. bird droppings. After drying the Car. Cleaning of Carpets : Vacuum clean the carpet regularly to remove dirt. oil. dry it with a chamois or soft cloth.5 Bar) at electrical devices and connecter during washing. insects. grease. Dirt will make the carpet wear out faster. This is to prevent malfunction / failure of electrical system due to water ingress. Keep the carpeting as dry as possible by not adding water to the foam. Washing : Do not wash the Car in direct sunlight. Mix Car shampoo in the wash water. These conditions demand regular care of the Car body. if the finish does not regain its original shine after using wax. They normally contain mild abrasives and solvents that remove the top layer of the finish coat. When you have washed the whole exterior. fuel and stone chippings should be removed as soon as possible. Apply touch up paint where necessary. Polish your Car. Use a soft bristle brush. inspect it for chips and scratches that could allow corrosion to start.
VEHICLE CARE Cleaning of Windows. FOLLOWING GUIDELINES WILL HELP YOU TO PROTECT YOUR CAR FROM CORROSION EFFECTIVELY.5 kg/cm2 above the normal specified pressure and check it at regular intervals.e. Wiper Care : FOR CHATTERING and NOISY PROBLEMS Windshield Glass NOT OK Wiper blade attack angle on windshield glass should be 900 i. 66 . Check the gap between arm strip and glass. Check the battery charge every six weeks. dry and if possible well-ventilated premises. Use a soft cloth or paper towels to clean all glass and plastic surfaces. Do not drain the engine cooling system. OK CAR CARE Inflate the tyres to 0. Do not use sheets of imperforated plastic as they do not allow moisture on the Car body to evaporate. This will remove the haze that builds up on the inside of windows. Sprinkle talcum powder on the rubber windscreen wiper and lift them off the glass. Make sure the hand brake is not engaged. Remove wiper blade and wiper arm on windshield glass in the centre position. Clean and protect the painted parts using protective wax. Remove the battery terminal cables (first remove the cable from the negative terminal). Front and Rear Glasses : Clean the windows inside and outside with commercially available glass cleaners. Cover the Car with a cloth or perforated plastic sheet. Non use maintenance : Park the Car in covered. perpendicular. Clean and protect the shiny metal parts using commercially available special compounds. Engage a gear. Slightly open the windows.
Avoid substances like petrol. 4. 3.Dry wiping your car may lead to the formation of scratches and hence always use a soft cloth and clean water while wiping your car.CAR CARE VEHICLE CARE WASHING YOUR CAR : HAND WASH : 1. iron dust and other chemical pollutants. Inspect mud damages. PERIODIC INSPECTION : 1. please wear soft gloves . In addition to regularly washing your car. Regularly inspect your car for any damage in the paint film such as deep scratches and immediately get them repaired from an authorised service outlet. liners for 3. wrist watch while washing. kerosene. dust. benzene or other solvents that cause damage to paint. The underbody must be thoroughly pressure washed after every three months. Remove finger rings. 2. 2. Wash with mild car wash soap like ‘Car Shampoo’ and use a soft 100% cotton cloth to avoid scratches. There is an heavy accumulation of dirt and mud especially on the underbody. It is driven in areas having high atmosphere pollution due to smoke. 4. Keep all drain holes clear from clogging. NOTICE Do not direct high pressure washer fluid/ water jets at electrical devices and their connectors during washing. Always wash your car in shade and the surface is at room temperature. It is driven in coastal areas. the following precautions need to be taken. To avoid scratches. 5. use turpentine or cleaners like ‘Stain remover’ which are safe for paint surfaces. 3. soot. To remove stubborn stains and contaminants like tar. 2. as these defects tend to accelerate corrosion. This is to prevent malfunction / failure of electrical system due to water ingress. PROPER CLEANING : In order to protect your car from corrosion it is recommended that you wash your car thoroughly and frequently in case : 1. 67 . Dry your car thoroughly to prevent any damp spots. 6. diesel. PROPER PARKING : Always park your car in shade to protect it from harsh sunlight or in a well-ventilated garage so that there is no dampness on any part of the car.
antifreeze. 5. Hence avoid parking your car near trees. which are known to drop sap. 1. Please take precautions : the following CAR CARE freshly tarred road. unfiltered washing water or the washing process itself. brake fluid. It is suggested to wash the car by hand with cool and clean water using a soft cloth or sponge. 4. oil. 1. or near factories. Avoid wiping the area as far as possible. Scratching reduces paint durability and gloss. as the possibility of paint chip off due to the impact of stones is high. Always keep your car parked in a well ventilated shade. please remember that the paint can be scratched by type of brushes. Please do not use soap but a car shampoo recommended by your dealer. In case of such a spillage immediately rinse the affected area with water. however if wiping is required. 3.VEHICLE CARE WAXING : Waxing and polishing is recommended to maintain the gloss and wet-look appearance of your paint finish. check immediately afterwards for any stains and clean them. Use a good quality polish and wax for your car. Avoid driving on gravel roads. Further tips for the care of your new car finish : If your car is washed in an automatic car wash. Exposure to heat with entrapped moisture promotes corrosion. 6. Re-wax your car when the water does not slip off the surface and collects over the surface in patches. ensure that you wipe the area gently with soft cotton cloth. The paint finish is susceptible to damage in case petrol. External contamination in the form of sap or industrial fall-out may mar or develop spots on a new finish. especially on darker colours. If you are driving on 68 . transmission fluid or windshield solvent spills onto the painted surface. Avoid using sharp objects to scrap off tar or mud from a painted surface as it may develop scratches or may develop scratches or damage the paint finish. 2. which give out heavy smoke. liquid from car battery. The acid content in bird droppings may damage the newly painted finish and hence any bird dropping must be immediately washed off. 2.
dust nibs etc and swirl marks from painted surface. Bird Droppings. oxidation . Restoration of original gloss levels UV protection after gloss is restored. Car Wash Chemicals. This treatment is available in all authorized workshops. Road Salt. Bumpers and all exterior plastic moldings/trims. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment. 69 .CAR CARE VEHICLE CARE Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints : Environmental hazards destroy your car's finish. The enemy : Ultraviolet Rays. Benefits of Car Exterior Enrichment : Removal of medium scratches. Pollution. orange peel. Tree Sap. Acid Rain. TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Opulent (Waxoyl brand) and M/s 3M for this world class treatment at affordable prices. Cleaning and dressing of tyres.
Brake fluid reservoir 2. please contact the nearest TATA authorised Service outlet.Fuels. CAUTION 1. Do not allow brake fluid to splash or spill on the paint surface as it will damage the paint. NOTICE Do not add detergent or any solvent in the windshield washing water. wipe it off immediately. Check the washer fluid level and top up with recommended windshield washer fluid as required. 2.MAINTENANCE BRAKE FLUID & WINDSHIELD WASHER Open the front hood for Checking / Topping up brake fluid & windshield washer fluid. Windshield washer fluid container is located inside hood. and max. Windshield washer reservoir 1. 37 for opening & closing of front hood. Do not allow brake fluid to make contact with the skin or eyes. (Refer chapter . coolants and lubricants) In case of spongy or hard pedal or low brake efficiency. Brake fluid reservoir 2.) BRAKE FLUID LEVEL : RESERVOIR WINDSHIELD WASHER : 1 2 1. If the level falls below the min. mark. In case of spillage. (Refer page no. marks on the side of the brake fluid container. 70 . add recommended brake fluid. Windshield washer reservoir The level of the brake fluid must be between the min.
OPENING ENGINE COMPARTMENT COVER : For opening engine compartment cover - 1) Place the cover & tighten the wing bolts. once it is unlocked. For locking the rear seat back rest. 2) Fold the seat back rest. 2) Remove the mounting wing bolt and takeout engine compartment cover. coolant level & Air filter element cleaning. b) Removal of compartment cover engine 1) Engine compartment cover is mounted behind rear seat back rest. 2) Lock the rear seat back rest.OPENING & CLOSING OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT COVER MAINTENANCE REFITTING OF ENGINE COMPARTMENT COVER Open the rear engine inspection compartment cover / lid for Checking / Topping up engine oil. lift the seat back rest and press it to engage in the lock: a) Fold the rear seat back rest For folding the rear seat back rest: 1) Pull both streeps provided on seat back rest top simultaneously to unlock the seat back rest . 71 .
Be careful not to overfill. ENGINE OIL TOPUP Remove the oil filler cap and pour oil slowly through the filler hole to bring the oil level to the upper limit on the dipstick. wipe it clean with a cloth or a paper napkin. let the oil settle and check oil level again. 72 . marks. Dip Stick Engine oil level should be checked when engine is cold. Insert it again to its original position. If the oil level is below the mid point of min. pull out the dipstick from the engine oil case. Too much oil is almost as bad as too little oil. mark and refit the cap properly. Failure to check the oil level regularly could lead to serious trouble due to insufficient oil. and max. This can be viewed through a translucent reservoir. add coolant up to the max. If less. 4. marks. ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL 1. NOTICE Oil level should not exceed the max. Engine Filling Cap 2. The coolant level in the coolant no-loss tank should be between max. Always check the oil level when the car is on a level ground and the engine in cold condition. 1. After refilling. & min. for engine oil to settle before checking oil level. Mark. Stop the engine. Pull out the dipstick again and observe the oil level on the dipstick. top up using recommended grade of oil. 3. start the engine and allow it to idle for about a minute. For checking engine oil level. Allow at least 30 mins. 2.MAINTENANCE ENGINE OIL LEVEL ENGINE OIL & ENGINE COOLANT Check the engine oil level if “low oil pressure” warning comes 'ON' while driving.
8 to 0.8-0. frequent cleaning and replacement of the air-cleaner element is necessary. top up coolant through radiator as well as auxilary tank cap. replace it with a new one. blow off dust on the air cleaner element.9 mm NOTICE Check radiator fins for dirt/dust accumulation. SPARK PLUG : Make : Champion RC8YC Electrode Gap : 0. Use only branded premixed ready to use coolant. Always use a genuine air filter element. Get it cleaned from authorised Tata Service Dealer if required. the entire system should be flushed & filled with the same at the earliest. a) When a vehicle is driven under dusty conditions. 73 . Using low pressure compressed air.AIR FILTER & SPARK PLUG MAINTENANCE The air filter is located on the LH side of the engine compartment. CAUTION Never remove the filler cap when the engine is hot. If the air cleaner element appears to be choked.9 mm The air filter element should be periodically cleaned. In case of emergency use normal water only. b) Clogged air-cleaners lead to greater intake resistance and result in increased fuel consumption. When a proper coolant mixture is available. NOTICE If auxilary tank is found completely empty. AIR FILTER : 0.
• Cuts. Tyre pressure CAUTION Replace the tyre if you find either of these conditions. You should have your own tyre pressure gauge and use it at all times.0 kg/cm2 28-30 psi / 1. Correct Tyre Pressure : Uniform Tyre Wear 3. • Excessive tread wear or non uniform tyre wear. TYRES Under inflated tyres reduce your comfort in car handling and are prone to failures due to high temperature.MAINTENANCE Tyres Check for inflation and condition of your car tyres periodically.9-2. Keeping the tyres properly inflated gives you the best combination of comfort.0 kg/cm2 NOTICE Lower air pressure (Front .9-2.9 kg/cm2 28-30 psi / 1. Over inflation of tyres makes the car ride bumpy and harsh. This makes it easier for you to tell if pressure loss is caused by a tyre problem and not by variation between gauges. CAUTION Every time you check inflation pressure. foreign objects and wear. Tyres are more prone to uneven wear and damage from road hazards. Replace the tyre if you notice this on the fabric or cord. you should also examine tyres for damage. 74 .8-1. Underinflation : Excessive Side Tread Wear 2. splits or cracks in the side of the tyre. • Bumps or bulges in the tread or the side of the tyre.26 & Rear . 1 2 3 Recommended Tyre Pressures Tyres size Front Rear Spare Front Rear Spare : 135/70R12 155/65R12 135/70R12 : 26-28 psi / 1. They also cause uneven wear and more fuel consumption. Overinflation : Excessive Centre Tread Wear Inflation : Check the pressure in the tyres when they are cold. handling. tyre life and better fuel efficiency.28 psi) is recommended if you prefer riding comfort 1.
NOTICE Do not apply any oil on the wheel pins. Repairing a Tyre : Mark the tyre position (if original colour dot mark is not visible) with respect to valve stem hole to ensure that the tyre is refitted in the original location on the wheel rim. Do not scratch inside of tubeless tyre with metallic or sharp object. get the wheel rim repaired/replaced immediately. etc. 2. driving habits. the same may be taken up with concerned tyre manufacturer. Maintain recommended inflation pressure.REPAIRING TYRES MAINTENANCE inside the tyre. While fitting wheels on the vehicle ensure that wheel pins are free from dust. etc. usage. If wheel rim gets damaged in service. Special care for tubeless tyres 1. 3. in particular. Check the balance weight prior to the removal of the tyre. scratches. NOTICE Life and wear pattern of tyres depends on various parameters like tyre pressure. wheel balancing. dents. 4. road conditions. Ensure that balancing weights are not disturbed during removal of tyres. It also largely depends on vehicle speed. Use tyre removal and assembly machines. dirt. While removing tyre from wheel rim and mounting it back on wheel rim. load carried. Running the vehicle with damaged rim may cause deflation of tyre and subsequent dislodging of tyre from rim. Balance the wheel after every dismantling and assembly of tyre on the wheel rim if required. take precautions not to damage tyre bead. mark its location on the rim & refit properly. If found loose. Tubeless tyres are coated with impermeable layer of rubber from inside which holds the air 75 . Wipe off the oil if present. etc. tyre quality. Damage or cut on tyre bead may cause gradual loss of air and deflation of tyre. wheel alignment. may cause puncture or bursting of tyre. tyre rotation. Over-inflation. Removal of this layer due to scratching may cause gradual loss of air and deflation. In case fault is suspected to be due to poor quality of tyres.
as the exhaust system is hot enough to initiate ‘FIRE’ 76 .. grass etc. Balancing needs to be done whenever tyre is removed from rim. Use of any other petrol or adulterated fuel can increase the pollutants and may permanatly damage the catalytic converter.MAINTENANCE Wheel alignment : Incorrect wheel alignment causes excessive and uneven tyre wear. Check wheel alignment at specified intervals from our authorised dealers. following precaution should be taken for the effective functioning of the converter and to avoid damage to the Converter. such as dry leaves. It is mandatory to use only unleaded regular grade petrol. WHEEL ALIGNMENT / BALANCING & CATALYTIC CONVERTER Care for the Catalytic Converter: The catalytic Converter does not require any special maintenance however. Wheel Balancing : Wheels of your vehicle are balanced for better ride comfort and longer tyre life.. CAUTION Avoid parking the vehicle over inflammable materials.
When this stops wash it off with plain water. Always ensure to get the specific gravity of the battery checked as per the maintenance schedule. During normal operation. disconnect both cables to prevent damage to the vehicle’s electrical system. coat the terminals with petroleum jelly. 3. 2. NOTICE Battery : Battery is located below driver seat Check the battery for proper electrolyte level and corrosion on the terminals. The battery contains sulphuric acid (electrolyte) which is poisonous and highly corrosive in nature. Check the battery for electrolyte level against the marking on the battery outer case. Check the battery terminals for corrosion (a white or yellowish powder). Ensure that battery is securely mounted. 77 . 4. Keep all sparks & open flames and smoking materials away from the battery. If you need to connect the battery to a charger. Always disconnect the negative (-ve) cable first and reconnect it last. Use a proper wrench to loosen and remove cables from the terminals. Dry off the battery with a cloth or paper towel. Coat the terminal with petroleum jelly to prevent future corrosion. It will bubble up and turn brown.BATTERY MAINTENANCE Clean the battery terminals with a terminal cleaning tool or wire brush. To remove it. a spark or open flame can cause the battery to explode causing very serious injuries. 1. Wear protective clothing and a face shield or have a skilled technician to do the battery maintenance. Reconnect and tighten the cables. the battery generates gas which is explosive in nature. cover the terminals with a solution of baking soda. Getting electrolyte in your eyes or on the skin can cause severe burns.
AC compressor belt Frequency should be checked in middle of lower span of belt.IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION BELT TENSION : Check the conditions of belts on the engine. Alternator Belt 2. Check the tension of the belt by pushing on it with your thumb for Alternator belt and AC compressor belt at location indicated. 1 2 1. AC Compressor Belt 78 . Examine the edge of the belt for cracks or fraying. It is recommended that belt tension should be measured with BELT TENSION clavis gauge to ensure recommended values as given below Alternator Belt Frequency should be checked in middle of lower span of belt. New belt to be re-tensioned to 150 ~ 155 Hz (125 ~ 130 Hz for used belt) on vehicle after running for 15 min. get it attended at the nearest authorised service outlet. It should be 5 to 6 mm. New belt to be re-tensioned to 180 ~ 185 Hz (150 ~ 155 Hz for used belt) on vehicle after running for 15 min. Correct tension of the belt is very critical from belt life and belt noise point of view. If the belt tension is not proper.
Wuerth 3M . ANTI RUST & SOUND DEADENING COATS.FUEL.Wuerth 3M .4 Ltrs (W/O AC) 3. ITEM ENGINE OIL COOLANT (50:50) SPECIFICATION SAE 15W40 API SJ 50:50 ratio premixed COMPANY & BRAND CASTROL-Castrol GTX Compact 15W40 SCCI .Dinitrol WUERTH .Car System 79 ..Radicool QTY 2. LUBRICANT & COOLANTS IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION PLEASE USE ONLY FOLLOWING GENUINE OILS. LUBRICANTS ..Golden Cruiser Premium 1400 NA HPCL .Super Duty Brake Fluid DOT . WINDSCREEN SEALANT.7 Ltrs ( With HVAC) 1.35 Ltrs 2.Universal Brake Fluid DOT 3 SCCI -Golden Cruiser TGBF DOT 3 DINITROL .2 Ltrs As required — — — — — — TRANSAXLE BRAKE FLUID ANTI RUST TREATMENT and SOUND DEADENING WIND SCREEN SEALANT EP 80 DOT 3 CASTROL .Gear Oil EP 80 TGO HPCL .3 CASTROL .Thanda Raja P TGO CASTROL . COOLANTS . BRANDED BY TATA MOTORS FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE OF YOUR CAR.Extreme Pressure 80 EP HPCL .3M Car System .3M WUERTH .
Engine Oil grade SAE 15W/40 Windscreen Washer Antifrost Make Concentration . To prevent rust formation and freezing of coolant inside the passages of radiator. crankcase and cylinder head use premixed coolant as recommended. C -10o & above Transaxle : Use recommended brand of EP 80 grade oil. CAUTION Do not use leaded petrol in the car fitted with catalytic converter.SJ specification & range of ambient temperature at which these can be used are given in the table below. NOTICE We strongly recommend to refill engine coolant only at a TATA Authorised service centre. 80 . Brake Fluid : IS 8654(2001)/DOT 3.Antifrost.IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION LUBRICANT & COOLANTS FUEL. Ambient temp. Grease for steering rack : EP 2 Servo Gem. thereby causing overheating of engine. Engine coolant antifreeze coolant as per JIS K2234.K 1 : 5 For 00C 1 : 1 For 100C 2 : 5 For 160C 1 : 0 For 370C COOLANTS : Presence of dirt in coolant chokes up passages in radiator. FUEL : Vehicles with catalytic converter : Unleaded regular grade petrol confirming to IS 2796/DIN 51607 (or equivalent) and octane rating not less than 91 RON for BS-III & BS-IV is recommended as fuel (RON stand for Research Octane Number). LUBRICANTS : Engine Oil : Recommended grade of engine oil confirming to 15W40 API . cylinder head and crankcase. It is recommended that the entire cooling system should be drained and filled with fresh premixed coolant. in deg. Class 2. Even single fill of leaded petrol will seriously damage the catalytic converter.
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION OIL FILLING & DRAIN POINTS Engine Oil Filling Cap : Engine Oil Drain Plug : Transaxle Oil Level Plug : Transaxle Oil Drain Plug : Transaxle Oil Filling Plug : 81 .
838 3.5 mm. : Independent. : 4 forward & 1 reverse : 1st 2nd 3rd .5 mm x 73.07 : Single plate dry friction diaphragm type Outside diameter of clutch lining : 160 mm : 212 cm2 Final drive ratio Model 4.IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1. of gears Gear ratios : Synchromesh on all forward gears. : 624 cc : 51. McPherson Strut type. Engine Output : 37 PS at 5250 +/-250 rpm as per IS:14599 Engine Oil Capacity : 2.45 .45 (4 Speed). Torque Firing Order Coolant TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION : 273 MPFI (BS III) 273 MPFI (BS IV) : 4 Stroke. 2V/Cylinder : 2 in-line : 73. 0.8 Nm at 3000 +/-500 rpm as per IS:14599 : 1-2 : 50:50 (Water: ethylene glycol) Max. sliding mesh for reverse gear. Semi-trailing arm with coil spring and hydraulic shock absorbers.26 4th REV. CLUTCH Type Friction Area 3.3 : 1 2. with anti-roll bar. Lower wishbone.4/3. of Cylinders Bore / Stroke Capacity Max. : Independent. ENGINE Model Type No. SUSPENSION Front Rear : 4.1. SOHC. multipoint fuel injection system. water cooled.3. 82 .1.2 Litre Compression Raio : 10.94 . TRANSAXLE Type No.2 : TA 59 .
FUEL TANK Capacity : 15 litres : Semi-mono Volume. WHEELS AND TYRES Tyres : Front :135/70R12 (Radial Tubeless) Rear: 155/65R12 (Radial Tubeless) Spare :135/70R12 (Radial Tubeless) : 4B X 12 : Front . steel monocoque body. drum brake : Lever type. BRAKES Type Front Brakes Rear Brakes Parking Brakes : Dual circuit. STEERING Type Steering Wheel Ratio : Mechanical Rack & Pinion steering gear with steering column.TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION 5.2 Spare Wheel .1 Wheel Rims No. 71S 8. of Wheels The following imported tyres (if fitted) which meet the requirements of BIS and they comply with the requirements under the Central Motor Vehicle Rules (CMVR) 1989. Cable operated mechanical linkages acting on rear wheels. : 350 mm dia. Mini size. drum brake : 180 mm dia. 7. : 180 mm dia.2 Rear . 65S GT RADIAL CHAMPIRO VP1+. 83 9. GITI Tire(ANHUI) Company Ltd. Vertical split type split hydraulic brake. BODY . : 16 : 1 6. 4 door. can be identified by following information: Tyre Manufacturer GITI Tire(ANHUI) Company Ltd. Category/ Type Radial Tyre with tube & & flap or Tubeless or equivalent Size 135/70 R12 155/65 R12 Manufacturer’s brand/ Designation symbols GT RADIAL CHAMPIRO VP1+.
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION
10. ELECTRICAL SYSTEMS System Voltage Battery Alternator Capacity 11. PERFORMANCE Max. speed : 105 kmph : 12 Volts -ve earth : 12V, 25 AH : 12V, 70 A (with AC) 12V, 40 A (without AC)
Max. Gradiability @ rated GVW : 30% 12. WEIGHTS (kg) (TOLERANCE AS PER EEC 92/21) Complete vehicle kerb weight as per ISO:1176 (with spare wheel & tools) Gross Vehicle Weight : 600 (For Std) : 615 (For CX) : 635 (For LX) : 900 (For Std) 915 (For CX) 935 (For LX) : 300 (For ALL) : 2 front + 2 rear
Payload 13. PASSENGER CAPACITY 14. LUGGAGE SPACE Net inside loading space
: 0.15 Cubic Meter Upto rear seat back rest; 0.5 Cubic Meter Upto \ front seat back rest when rear seats folded.
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION
MAIN CHASSIS DIMENSIONS (IN mm) Wheel Base Track Front Track Rear Front Overhang Rear Overhang Overall Length Max. Width Overall Height (Unladen / laden) Minimum Turning Circle Dia. Minimum Turning Clearance Circle Dia. Ground Clearance : 2230 : 1325 : 1315 : 464 : 405 : 3099 : 1495 - Over body 1620 - Over ORVM : 1652 / 1613 : 8.0 m : 8.3 m : 180 - Unladen
LOCATION OF AGGREGATE NUMBER
Chassis Number Punching on RH Front door ‘B’ Piller
Chassis Number Plate on Fire Compartment
Transaxle Number Location
Engine Number Location
replace if necessary. 3 Check fuel lines & transaxle housing for leakages 4 Check rubber boots & bushes for damage 5 All standard checks as per job card (As applicable) ENGINE 1 Clean air filter element ( More frequent cleaning if dust condition is severe) 2 Replace air filter element (More frequent replacement. 13 Check the radiator core for dust. Do not remove).20500 1000 . if necessary.60500 70000 .30500 40000 . if dust condition is severe) 3 Change Engine oil and Oil filter (10000 km OR 12 months whichever is earlier) 4 Change fuel filter 5 Check drive (Alternator & AC) belts for tension.95500 100000-100500 10000 . 2 Clean the brake drums with air 3 Replace brake fluid (40000 km OR 2 years whichever is earlier) and check brake system components for leakages Every Service Every Service 10000 20000 Every Service 10000 30000 10000 10000 Every Service 40000 100000 40000 100000 40000 30000 40000 10000 20000 Every Service Every Service 20000 10000 40000 87 . 2 Inspect Driveshaft for Boot cuts.SERVICE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OPERATION FREQUENCY 30000 .10500 20000 .Coolant.50500 60000 . Adjust wind screen washer nozzles if required. Clean or Replace.80500 90000 . replace if necessary 6 Replace Alternator belt (40000 km OR two years whichever is earlier ) 7 Replace AC compressor belt. if required 8 Check timing belt. etc 3 Check & Adjust free play of Clutch release cable BRAKES 1 Check front and rear brake linings. Wind screen washer fluid. replace if necessary 9 Replace timing belt 10 Change coolant ( 40000 km OR two years whichever is earlier ) 11 Replace Spark Plug 12 Check HT lead on engine for cracks or deformation (Only visual check.1500 GENERAL 1 Wash the vehicle & clean condenser fins 2 Check & top up fluids (if required) : Engineoil.40500 50000 . mud or mug accumulation and clean core from outside if required TRANSAXLE 1 Change Transaxle oil and clean drain plug.70500 80000 .Brake fluid. adjust tension if required.
OR 12 months whichever is eariler . can be settled by any TASC which is authorised for handling warranty claims.At 1000-1500 km.At 20000-20500 km. Take corrective action if necessary Clear the DTCs 10000 10000 10000 30000 Every Service Every Service Service Instructions : The Tata Nano has been manufactured to give you economical and trouble free performance. Your Car is entitled to Three free services (labour only). 88 . OR 3 month whichever is eariler .95500 100000-100500 1000 . Servicing of the car can be done at any TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer Workshop.20500 1 1 1 2 1 1 WHEELS & TYRES Tyre Swapping with balancing ( Front with Front & Rear with Rear) FRONT & REAR SUSPENSION Check and adjust wheel alignment ELECTRICAL Check specific gravity and level of battery electrolyte (10000 km OR Every 1 year) Check headlamp focusing AC SYSTEM Check AC / HVAC system for satisfactory performance DIAGNOSTIC Check for the DTC in the ‘Engine Control Unit’using diagnostic tool.50500 60000 . TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre (TASC) or TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Point (TASP). OR 24 months whichever is eariler All services other than free services are chargeable. TASPs will not handle warranty repairs.80500 90000 . To achieve this please follow the instructions as stated.10500 20000 . 1st free service 2nd free service 3rd free service . Please present these coupons to the servicing dealer while availing free services.1500 10000 .30500 40000 . Warranty claims can be settled by any TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer for all failures.At 10000-10500 km. The free service coupons are attached to the sales invoice.40500 50000 . while all warranty claims excluding the consideration on the replacement of major aggregates.70500 80000 . The details of their locations are given in this manual.60500 70000 .SERVICE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OPERATION FREQUENCY x 1000 km 30000 .
000 80.000 Repair Order No.10.000 1.000 126.96.36.199.000 1.000 1.000 1.000 50. 89 .000 20.60.30. & Stamp Date Odometer Reading KMs.00.000 70.000 1.000 1.000 60.000 30.000 1.000 40. Servicing Dealer's Sign.000 1.40.RECORD OF SERVICE PERFORMED Recommended Service At km PDI 1000 10.
RECORD OF REPAIRS CARRIED OUT Chassis No.: DATE Odometer Reading KMs Repair Order No. PARTICULARS OF REPAIR SERVICING DEALER’S SIGNATURE & STAMP 90 .
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