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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.
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The material in this manual may not be reproduced or copied. 2 . who will be pleased to assist you. This owner's manual & service book includes information on the operation and maintenance of various equipment installed on the different variants of TATA INDICA VISTA. safety and performance of the vehicle. in any form without written permission from TATA MOTORS. should be entrusted to TATA MOTORS dealership or to TATA Authorised Service centres (TASCS) or TATA Authorised Service Points (TASPS) to ensure that only latest methods and genuine TATA MOTORS replacement parts are used for the continued reliability. in whole or in part. In the event of the Vehicle being sold. Some of the items / accessories / features shown / given in this book may not be fitted on your vehicle. The recommended routine maintenance servicing along with any running repairs that may be required.A NOTE Should any question or query exist regarding any aspect of your vehicle. Please note that this manual applies to all the models and explains all equipment including options not installed on your vehicle. please contact the nearest TATA MOTORS dealer. Copyright 2010 TATA MOTORS All rights reserved. please ensure that this manual is left in the vehicle for the reference of the new owner. but they are applicable for other variants of INDICA VISTA.
We wish you Happy Motoring 3 . Thank you for choosing Indica Vista. you automatically become a member of the Tata Motors loyalty program. We would recommend that you go through the owner’s manual in order to get the most out of your car. Built on the new car platform from Tata Motors. By buying the Indica Vista. Discover how it changes everything. You’ll receive a separate loyalty program welcome kit along with this owner’s manual. your Indica Vista is the perfect blend of form and functionality. The list of Tata Motors service centers is included in a separate booklet provided along with the owner’s manual. which comes with special offers on service and accessories and includes membership to the Tata Group Empower loyalty program. Drive the Indica Vista. Like all Tata cars.FOREWORD Dear Customer. the Indica Vista is supported by a well-established network of service centers which will help you keep your car in the perfect condition. This owner’s manual provides you with all the information you need to fully understand your Indica Vista and make your ownership of Indica Vista a delightful experience.
or "Do not let this happen". Important information about the 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. 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. you will see CAUTION and NOTICE warnings. 4 . You are informed what you must or must not do in order to avoid or reduce the risk to yourself and other people. you will also see a circle with a slash. WARNING Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or death if the instructions are not followed. This means "Do not". CAUTION This is a warning which may cause injury to people if it is ignored. "Do not do this".CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE Safety and vehicle damage warnings In this manual.
CONTENTS 24X7 ON ROAD ASSISTANCE VALUE ADDED SERVICE KNOW YOUR INDICA VISTA INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE GETTING STARTED DRIVING IN CASE OF EMERGENCY PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE CAR CARE MAINTENANCE IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION VEHICLE SERVICE SERVICE OUT LETS 09 13 23 27 65 81 91 99 109 119 125 147 157 167 5 .
Discover how it changes everything. The all new floor console comes with well-designed utility spaces and the glove box can even accommodate a compact laptop. The new petal-shaped headlamps add a dash of panache to the front and the vertically stacked tail lamps are unique in its class. the new turbocharged TDi diesel engine and world class Safire petrol engine with new synchromesh gear boxes that will change how you drive. Built on the new car platform from TATA MOTORS. but its contemporary styling and sharp lines give it a compact sporty look. with the stylish two-tone dashboard and the two DIN stereo system. 7 . Its improved semi-independent twist beam rear suspension and its bigger and wider 14"/13” tubeless tyres increase ride comfort. the Indica Vista is supported by a well-established network of service centers which will help you keep your car in the perfect condition. which comes with special offers on service and accessories and includes membership to the Tata Group Empower loyalty program.the globally acclaimed advanced Quadrajet diesel engine. The adjustable driver’s seat and the tilt adjust steering wheel enable better driving posture while the best in class interior space results in unmatched comfort. like all Tata cars. Its central instrument cluster improves frontal visibility and allows the passengers to participate in the driving experience. the Indica Vista is bigger in size and interior space. Finally. Drive the Indica Vista. The Indica Vista is also a leap in terms of technology. you automatically become a member of the Tata Motors loyalty program. By buying the Indica Vista. The contemporary styling continues in the interiors. It is powered by the new generation engines .INTRODUCTION Your Indica Vista is the perfect blend of form and functionality.
the probability of a breakdown happening within hailing distance of a TATA MOTORS Authorized Workshop is very low. near the steering wheel. who will provide breakdown assistance including towing to the nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized Workshop through their Authorized Service Providers (ASP) The 24X7 On Road Assistance Program shall be automatically available to your vehicle for the duration of Warranty period. • Place the caution sign supplied with the vehicle approx. 9 . 3 m from the vehicle in the direction of on coming traffic. we have tied up with MyTVS. open the bonnet and put on the hazard warning signal. traffic density and the time of the day.) Standard procedure when calling for On Road Assistance in case of a breakdown: • Dial the toll free help line number – 1 800 209 7979 • Identify your vehicle with the Vehicle chassis number that is available in the Owners Service manual or on the Helpline sticker on the dashboard. It is our responsibility and our endeavour to ensure that you have our complete service backup if ever.80 lakh kms. • Park your vehicle on the edge of the road. • Explain your exact location with landmarks and tell us about the problem you face with the vehicle. wherever and whenever you need the same. terrain. It is Precisely for this reason.24X7 On Road Assistance VALUE ADDED SERVICE Response Time ** for the On Road Assistance Program Within City Limits On State or National Highways Ghat Roads and other places 60 minutes 90 minutes 120 minutes +/- Dear Customer. (The response time will depend on the location. The program shall also be available for Extended Warranty period if you avail the same at the time of buying of your vehicle. When you have a road network that spans 33.
^ • Car to car towing or winching & towing for non accident cases up to a maximum of 15 kms to the nearest Tata Motors authorized workshop.VALUE ADDED SERVICE Coverage under the 24 X 7 On road Assistance Program I. fire. Towing charges at actual cost beyond the same to be paid to the ASP in cash. • On spot repairs for complaints repairable at site. tsunami. hail. other acts of God. vandalism. earthquake. These charges are to be settled with ASP in cash. lightening. Exclusions 24x7 On Road Assistance Program does not apply to • Cost of parts consumables and labour for such repairs not covered under warranty*. III. 10 . • Rectification of electrical problems related to fuses etc. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program as indicated above covers Tata Motors Assured vehicles during the extended warranty period up to a maximum of 3 events. theft. • Arrangement of fuel. battery. windstorm. 24X7 On Road Assistance II. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program Service covers the following services on your vehicle during warranty period. flood. etc. unusual weather conditions. riots. • Cases involving accident. (Any ferry or toll charges levied in relation to the vehicle being towed to be paid by the customers in actuals in cash). (Fuel cost will be chargeable at actual cost) • Re-opening the vehicle in cases of key lock out. The 24x7 On Road Assistance Program coverage as indicated above during the extended warranty period of your vehicle is up to a maximum of 3 events for 18/12 months extended warranty period & 4 events for 30/24 months extended warranty period. • Toll or ferry charges paid by ASP in reaching to the breakdown site to be settled with ASP in actuals in cash. • Wheel change through spare wheel.
abuse. inclement weather. Sikkim. laws. authorities. war etc. heavy down pour. Tripura. Disclaimer • The service is not available in the states of Arunachal Pradesh. vehicle testing or practice for such events. floods. VALUE ADDED SERVICE • The reach time indicated does not account for delays due to but not limited to acts of God. rallies. terrorist attacks. general strife and law & order conditions viz. • **The reach time is indicative & the actual reach time will be conveyed by the call centre at the time of breakdown call. • *The decision for free of charge repairs will be as per the warranty policy & procedures of TATA MOTORS LTD. and as per the interpretation of the same by ASP. negligence. natural calamities. Meghalaya. You will be duly informed by the ASP & call centre for the change applicable if any. arson. Nagaland. industrial disputes.24X7 On Road Assistance • Vehicles that are unattended. • ^ On spot repairs at breakdown site shall depend on nature of complaints & will be as per the discretion of the ASP. • Breakdown/defects caused by misuse. • All charges wherever applicable need to be settled directly with the ASP. storms. impounded or abandoned. fire. J&K and in Union Territories of Andaman & Nicobar Islands and Lakshwadeep. orders of statutory or Govt. Manipur. 11 . alterations or modifications made to the vehicle. road blocks due to accidents. riots. • The reach time can vary depending on the traffic density & time of the day. rules & regulations for time being in force. strikes. • Cases involving racing. Assam (Except Guwahati City). • Lack of maintenance as per the maintenance schedule as detailed in the owner’s manual. Mizoram. un-registered.
The customer is advised to ensure temporary repairs carried out onsite is followed by permanent repairs at TATA MOTORS Authorized Workshop at the earliest. Claim for loss of or damage to items. In no condition will the vehicle be towed to any unauthorized workshop. damages/loss or any deficiency of service of the ASP. fraudulent representation. • Services entitled to the customers can be refused or cancelled on account of abusive behaviour. .VALUE ADDED SERVICE EXCLUSION OF LIABILITIES : • It is understood that TATA MOTORS shall be under no liability whatsoever in respect of any loss or damage arising directly or indirectly out of any delay in or non delivery of. 12 24X7 On Road Assistance • Vehicles will be handled. defect/deficiency in service/parts provided by ASP. customers are advised to use the towing facility for taking their vehicle to the nearest TATA authorized workshop only. if any should be taken up with ASP directly. are subject to change without notice. TATA MOTORS shall not be responsible for any such claims. • In case vehicle cannot be repaired on-site. TATA MOTORS will not be responsible for any repairs carried out in such unauthorized workshop. • Terms and conditions and service coverage. • Customer are advised to take acknowledgment from the ASP for the list of accessories/extra fittings and other belongings in the vehicle as well as the current condition related to dents/scratches breakages of parts/ fitments of the vehicle at the time of ASP taking possession of the vehicle & to verify these items when delivery is taken back by them. exclusions etc. malicious intent and refusal to pay the charges for any charges related services and spare parts during service or on previous occasion on part of the customer. repaired & towed as per the customer’s risk & TATA MOTORS shall not be liable for any damages / claims as a result of the same. The completion of repairs does not certify the road worthiness of the vehicle. • On site repairs may be temporary in nature.
13 . who would bring you the above world class products at affordable prices. TASCs and TASPs. VALUE ADDED SERVICE It is our never ending responsibility and endeavor to ensure that our customer’s expectations are fulfilled comprehensively. To fulfill your vehicle service needs. The above products are available with all our Dealers. We have tied up with best in the Class companies. Our Dealer Service marketing executive shall explain to you the benefits of the above mentioned products. we recommend the following : 1) Extended Warranty 2) Anti Rust / Sound Deadening / Engine waxing treatment 3) Iftex Fuel Additive : System D (For diesel) and System G (For Petrol) 4) Car detailing programming : Exterior Enrichment and Interior Enrichment Program 5) Engine Decarbonizing & Engine flush These products shall help maintain optimum vehicle performance and shall enhance vehicle life.Extended Warranty Dear Customer.
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Tata Motors recommends the purchase of Extended Warranty,a product of M/s Global Administration Services and United India Insurance. Coverage : Mechanical + Electrical + Emission Benifits : Insures you against unforeseen break down repair bills. Documentation is simple and hassle free. Near cashless & speedy claim settlement. Term : 24 + 12 or 150000 kms whichever occurs first 24 + 24 or 150000 kms whichever occurs first 50000 kms + 100000 kms or 36 months whichever occurs first (For Taxis). EMISSION WARRANTY : Emission warranty is limited to the period of the Extended Warranty or 80,000 kms whichever is earlier. Extended Warranty available in the dealership from where you have purchased your vehicle. We strongly recommend purchase of Extended Warranty at time of purchase of your vehicle. Surcharge applicable on purchase of Extended Warranty after 30 days of purchase of vehicle. Extended Warranty can be availed till 421 days from date of purchase of vehicle. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive shall explain to you the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility. Extended Warranty Booklet & Cover Note : The Extended Warranty booklet and cover note is the basis of the contract between United India Insurance Co. and the Owner of the vehicle shown on the Extended Warranty Cover note. The Customer to retain this booklet and the same to be produced to the dealer while claiming benefits under Extended Warranty.
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The 12 / 24 month extended warranty does not follow the 24 month Manufacturer's warranty. The extended warranty comes into force once the manufacturer’s warranty expires e.g. after 24 Months. It is more restrictive as by the time it comes into force the vehicle is already 24 months old. What is covered ? Mechanical / Emission / Electrical break down as defined in this warranty and confirmed by the dealer within the stipulated terms and conditions. Tata Motors dealer shall either repair or replace any part found to be defective with a new part or an equivalent at no cost to the owner for parts or labour. Such defective parts which have been replaced will become property of United India Insurance Company. Comprehensive list of parts covered is mentioned in the page 9-12 of the Extended Warranty Booklet. What is not covered ? Pages 6 – 7 of the Extended Warranty Booklet provided details of the exclusion list. Owner’s Responsibility : Proper use, maintenance and care of the vehicle in accordance with the instructions contained in the Owner’s Manual and Service Booklet. The records of the same to be ensured in Owner’s Manual. Retention of maintenance service bills.
Always produce extended warranty booklet while servicing & claim in a waaranty.
I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions, Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing Executive. I wish to avail / Customer’s Sign Do not wish to avail extended warranty policy. Dealer’s Sign 15
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IFTEX / BG / BARDAHL Fuel Additive :
Fuel Additive with multiple benefits For diesel cars: Iftex System D Benefits: Cleans injector and fuel system. Maintains peak engine performance. Saves diesel / petrol and maintenance cost. Reduces smoke and harmful emission. Helps Smooth running of the engine Reduces deposit on intake manifold and combustion chamber. Reduces deposit on injector tips. For Petrol cars: Iftex System G
Approved for use in TATA VEHICLES. NOT RECOMMENDED FOR ON QUADRAJET. TREAT YOUR CAR TO EXPERIENCE, THE ULTIMATE PERFORMANCE Directions of use : a) For Iftex, Use every 7000 kms for System G Extra / System D Extra. b) For System D / System G Remove cap, squeeze lightly till dispenser fills to 10 ml mark. Add before filling up the tank. Use at the rate of 1 ml per of fuel. For best results, regular use is recommended. For BG, add one bottle to full fuel tank every 10000 kms. For Bardahl, add one bottle to full fuel tank every 3000 kms I / We have been explained the Benefits of the Iftex Fuel additive by the Dealer Service Marketing Executive I wish to buy / Do not wish to buy the Iftex Fuel Aditive Customer Signature 16 Dealer Signature
It is very dangerous to drive around in a corroded car. spot welds.Extended Warranty Why are Corrosion Protection Waxes necessary? Corrosion is caused by: Water / salt water acid rain & atmospheric fallouts. stone and gravel impact. The treatment has been developed to withstand the harshest environmental and climatic conditions (rst. etc) Insulate cabin space from external noises. VALUE ADDED SERVICE Critical areas are: Cavities: joints. Pollutants. underbody Corrosion is the most important factor when we talk about the vehicle life. The most dangerous kind of corrosion is often not discovered until it is too late. If you treat your car you can prolong the life. Expensive tin work and Denting / Painting avoided. crevices. Higher resale value for the car. Higher safety – uncorroded vehicle Upto 60 months warranty & 10 free checkups available 17 . The corrosion creeps onto the car from the inside and from the outside. Benefits of Anti -Rust treatment : A professionally applied range of world class products offering real value to the new and used car customer.
clean and New Look to Engine compartment No effect on MPFI vehicles Engine wax can withstand upto 200 degrees temp No need of cleaning the engine compartment with diesel once engine wax is sprayed Life of over a year Sound Deadening System : Extended Warranty Door vibration deadeners . Corrosion Prevention for the Engine compartment Neat. Product to be used once in the life of the vehicle . Tata Motors has tied up with M/s Wuerth . M/s STS Chemicals (Dinitrol).VALUE ADDED SERVICE Engine Wax Treatment : Engine Wax is a beige coloured transparent lacquer coating on the engine compartment. reduce vibrations and increase riding comfort. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment. I / We have been explained the Benefits. rear quarter panels & dicky. can be used in the bonnet.four doors. Used for reducing the sheet metal vibration in a vehicle. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatments by the Dealer Service Marketing Executive I wish to avail / Do not wish to avail these treatment Customer Signature 18 Dealer Signature . Areas covered . M/s 3M India Ltd & M/s Opulent (Waxoyl Brand) for these world class treatment at affordable prices.Life Time Warranty Effect is Life long i.e.These pads when stuck on the insides of the sheet metal increase sheet metal rigidity. Negligible increase in Weight & hence no effect on fuel consumption. until & unless pads are physically removed. In case of diesel vehicles.
For decoration and identification.galvanizing. The enemy : Ultraviolet Rays. Cheaper than other corrosion protection methods eg.Extended Warranty Vehicle Exterior Enrichment : Why vehicles are painted? For Corrosion protection of the metal surfaces. Ease of application from other corrosion protection treatments. This treatment is available in all authorized workshops. anodizing. oxidation . Tata Motors has tied up with M/s Opulent (Waxoyl brand) M/s 3M & M/s Wuerth for this world class treatment at affordable prices. Even as your new vehicle rolls off the assembly line. the paint is not protected. Acid Rain. Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints : VALUE ADDED SERVICE Environmental hazards: destroy your vehicle's finish. Bumpers & all exterior plastic moldings/trims. orange peel. Tree Sap. Benefits: Vehicle Exterior Enrichment Removal of medium scratches. Restoration of original gloss levels UV protection after gloss is restored. 19 . Bird Droppings. dust nibs etc & swirl marks from painted surface. Car Wash Chemicals. Pollution. Cleaning & dressing of tyres. Road Salt. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
The treatment involves cleaning and dressing of All parts of the exposed interiors. Cleaning of windshield and all windows (inside and outside) Dressing of all internal plastics (eg: door pad trims )and rubber parts.e carpet. I / We have been explained the Terms and conditions. upholstery and roof lining. Specialised protection for seat fabric from liquid spills.Mud . A permanent stain on your vehicle's interior fabric. TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Opulent (Waxoyl brand and M/s 3M for this world class treatment at affordable prices. I wish to avail / Customer’s Sign 20 Do not wish to avail extended warranty Dealer’s Sign .Food Stains . This treatment is available in all authorized workshops.Traffic Benefits: Vehicle Interior Enrichment Extended Warranty Removal of medium stains and dirt from all interior parts of the car i. The enemy : Drink Spills . The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment. A significant detractor from your vehicle's resale value.VALUE ADDED SERVICE Vehicle Interior Enrichment Why protect your new car’s fabric interior ? Someone will soil your vehicle's fabric carpet or seats.Ultraviolet Rays Pets . Coverage and Owner’s responsibility by the Dealer Service Marketing Executive.
increased smoke.Extended Warranty Why de-carbonisation is required? VALUE ADDED SERVICE Carbon deposits accumulate over time in the entire fuel system. fuel injectors. decreased mileage. slowed throttle response. combustion chambers& intake valves This causes rough idle. 21 . vibration at idle. induction system & fuel injector deposits Better fuel economy Increased engine performance and response Smooth Starts. injector pump. misfire. loss of power. including the fuel lines. Decarbonisation process is designed to remove these deposits Clean fuel injectors Clean throttle body Clean plenum and air-intake Clean intake valves and ports Remove combustion chamber deposits In maintaining correct balance of fuel and air in system Resulting in Comprehensive clean-up of combustion chamber. hesitation. idles and quieter run Better combustion & increased power Faster starting & warm-up Reduced emissions Reduced injector & pump wear. thereby resulting in savings in maintenance costs It is approved for low sulphur diesel fuel and EGR equipped diesel engines Please note: These are symptomatic treatments to be availed beyond 20000 kms and only when you have problems in your car as mentioned in first paragraph and are to be done only after you give your consent for carrying out these treatments.
special products from BG (RF7) and Bardhal (Special Duty) are added to new engine oil. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment. Terms and conditions and the prices of these treatments by the Dealer Service Marketing Executive I wish to avail / Do not wish to avail these treatment Customer’s Sign 22 Dealer’s Sign .VALUE ADDED SERVICE Extended Warranty Engine Flush treatment helps in Safely and effectively cleaning and removing oxidised particles and fluid contamination left behind from previous oil changes Preventing further deposits Freeing sticky lifters and rings Chemically “tuning” the engine during driving Restoring pep and power Removing sludge from valve train Promoting fuel economy and improving overall engine operation Special Products used for improving Compression To fortify new oil and seal rings for optimum performance. gum and varnish formation on engine parts both petrol & diesel engines Please note: These are symptomatic treatments to be availed beyond 20000 kms and only when you have problems in your car as mentioned in first paragraph and are to be done only after you give your consent for carrying out these treatments Tata Motors has tied up with M/s HOEC Bardahl India Ltd and BG for these world class treatment at affordable prices. especially under severe service conditions Reduced emissions and oil consumption Improved power & performance of older engines Prevention of sludge. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. This makes it suitable for petrol and diesel engine applications Resulting in: Improved engine compression Increased power and increased fuel economy Reduced start-up wear Increased engine life. I / We have been explained the Benefits.
KNOW YOUR INDICA VISTA Shift to higher gears as soon as it is possible. is committed to produce vehicles using environmentally sustainable technology. avoid unnecessary revving it up or stopping and starting. We would like to inform you that your car meets emission norms and this is being regularly validated at the manufacturing stages. Get your car checked for emission periodically by an authorised dealer Ensure that fuel filter. Use only recommended grades and specified quantity of lubricants. A number of 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 you need to keep the engine running. Use each gear upto 2/3 rd of it’s maximum engine speed. Switch off the engine during long stops at traffic jams or signals. We have given a few tips for your guidance. Avoid using devices requiring high power consumption during slow city traffic condition. MAINTENANCE Ensure that recommended maintenance is carried out on the car regularly at the Authorised Service Outlets. oil filter and breather are checked periodically and replaced. As soon as you see any leakages of oil or fuel in the car we recommend to get it attended immediately.Environmental Care TATA MOTORS LTD. if 23 . Monitor the car ’s fuel consumption regularly and if showing rising trend get the car immediately attended at the Company’s Authorised Service Outlets. A lot depends on your driving style and the way you maintain your car. Do not carry any unnecessary weight in the car as it overloads the engine. As a user you too can protect the environment by operating your car in a proactive manner. DRIVING Avoid frequent and violent acceleration. It is not necessary to rev up the engine before turning it off as it unnecessarily burns the fuel. A chart indicating gear shifting speeds is given in this book.
All filters such as air. Never allow the car to run out of fuel. especially for leakages.KNOW YOUR INDICA VISTA required. . 7. 3. electrical connections to all sensors and actuators. 6. Do not use compressed air for cleaning these parts which may spread dust in the atmosphere. as recommended by Tata Motors. This Owner ’s manual contains further information on driving precautions and maintenance care leading to environment protection. please take the car to a TATA authorised Service Station. Injectors. Air Intake & Exhaust system. 1. garden soil or open streams. 4. 9. 5. 2. clutch discs should be vacuum cleaned. While carrying out servicing or repairs of your car. Turbocharger Electrical connections If the ‘Service’ lamp contineously glows. oil and fuel filters (check periodically). Please familiarise yourself with these aspects before driving. Do not allow unauthorised person to tamper with engine settings or to carry modifications on the car. you should pay keen attention to some of the important engine aggregates and wiring 24 Environmental Care harness which greatly affect emission. Cylinder head for valve leakage. Do not pour used oils or coolants into the sewage drains. Parts like brake liners. These components are :Fuel injection equipments pump.e. Catalytic Convertor EMS wiring harness i. 8. Dispose the used filters and batteries in compliance with the current legislation.
on the car being brought to us or to our dealers within the period. This warranty shall be for 24 months from the date of sale of the car or 75000 km whichever occurs earlier. whichever occurs earlier. service centres or service points in any way so as.000 kms.not manufactured by us but supplied by other parties. fastener retightening. our authorised dealers. in our judgement which shall be final and binding. 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.. service centres or service points. 4. Any part which is found to be defective and is replaced by us under the warranty shall be our property. the car is subjected to misuse. in our opinion. so far as permissible by law. electrical equipment.etc. fuel timing. in our opinion which shall be final and binding. Our obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repairing or replacing. are defective. the warranty shall be limited to 24 months or 50. nor KNOW YOUR INDICA VISTA shall it apply if. 5. Audio and / or Video equipment (if any) fuel injection equipment. 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. head lamps focussing.Warranty Terms & Conditions We WARRANT each Tata Indica Vista car and parts thereof manufactured by us to be free from defect in material and workmanship subject to the following terms and conditions 1. for the cars with yellow number plates used for commercial applications (including those used for hire or reward viz those operating with a yellow number plate). free of charge. As for such parts as tyres. However. but buyers of the car shall be entitled to. all such rights as we may have against such parties under their warranties in respect of such parts. adjustment of valve clearance. wheel balancing and alignment. 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. batteries. negligence. 3. ignition timing 25 . our authorised dealers. This warranty shall not apply to normal maintenance services like oils & fluid changes. 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. 6. 2. to affect its reliability. tyre rotation. this warranty shall not apply. improper or inadequate maintenance or accident or loading in excess of such carrying capacity as certified by us. such parts of the car which.
etc. fuel filters & oil filters. no right to repudiate the sale. nor authorise any person to assume on our behalf. expressed or implied. incurred or accrued. . This warranty shall be null and void if the car is subjected to abnormal use such as rallying. such as slight noise or vibration. in particular. racing or participation in any other competitive sport. 8. whether by law or otherwise. This warranty shall not apply to V-belts. This warranty shall not apply to any damage or deterioration caused by environmental pollution or bird droppings. 11. hoses and gas leaks in case of air conditioned cars. This warranty shall not apply to any repair or replacements as a result of accident or collision. This warranty shall stand terminated if the car is transferred or otherwise alienated by the buyer without our prior written consent. 10. This warranty is expressly in lieu of all warranties. 26 Warranty Terms & Conditions and all other obligations or liabilities on our part and we neither assume. 12.KNOW YOUR INDICA VISTA and consumables like bulbs. 9. defects appearing only under particular or irregular operations are items considered characteristics of the vehicle. 7. or inconvenience or consequential damages. any other liability arising from the sale of the car or any agreement in relation thereto. or any agreement or to claim any reduction in the purchase price of the car. or loss of time. We reserve our rights to make any change or modification in design of the car or its parts or to introduce any improvement therein or to incorporate in the car any additional part or accessory at any time without incurring any obligation to incorporate the same in the cars previously sold. or otherwise. Slight irregularities not recognised as affecting the function or quality of the vehicle or parts. loss of car. incidental or indirect. Any claim arising from this warranty shall be recognised only if it is notified in writing to us or to our authorised dealer without any delay soon after such defects as covered & ascertained under this warranty. or to demand any damages or compensation for losses. The buyer shall have no other rights except those set out above and have.
INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Driving Controls Instrument Cluster Facia Switches Combination Switch Music System and Antenna Heating. Ventilation & Air conditioning Lamps Sunvisors and Grab Handle Rear View Mirrors Glove Box Power Socket Cup Holder Utility Pocket / Box Power Windows Manual Window Winding Steering Wheel Position Adjustment Fuel Flap & Tail Gate Opening / Closing Gear Shifting Lever & Shifting Pattern Parking Brake Anti-Theft Device : Immobiliser 27 .
4. 7. 6. 10. 5. 13. Air Vents 28 . 9.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE 1.C.C. 8. 14. 15. Driving Controls A. Air vent Glove Box Instrument Cluster Combi-switch Horn pad Steering Wheel Accelerator pedal Brake pedal Clutch pedal Plug Socket Parking Brake lever Gear lever A.C. 2. 12. 11. Controls Facia Switches A. 3.
TDi / QUADRAJET (AQUA & AURA) 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1 24 1 2 3 4 5 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 17 Fuel Gauge Battery Charging Indicator Turn Signal (Left) High Beam Indicator Parking Brake & Low Brake Fluid Indicator 6 Low Oil Indicator 7 Service Indicator 8 Water In Fuel Indicator 9 Speedometer 10 LCD (Digital Display) 11 ICD Indicator (Instrument Cluster Diagnostic) 12 Engine Malfunction Indicator 13 Seat Belt Indicator 14 Turn Signal (Right) 15 High Coolant Temp. Indicator 16 RPM Meter ABS Indicator (If fitted) Immobiliser Indicator “Mode” knob Temperature Bar Graph Odometer “Set” knob Glow Plug Indicator Air Bag Indicator (If fitted) 29 .Instrument Cluster INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER .
INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Instrument Cluster INSTRUMENT CLUSTER . Indicator Turn Signal (Right) Water In Fuel Indicator High Beam Indicator Battery Charging Indicator .TDi / QUADRAJET (TERRA) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 2 14 1 21 1 2 3 4 20 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 19 18 17 16 15 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 Seat Belt Indicator “Mode” knob Temperature Bar Graph Odometer “Set” knob Glow Plug Indicator Air Bag Indicator (If fitted) Fuel Gauge Turn Signal (Left) Immobiliser Indicator Parking Brake / Low Brake Fluid Indicator 5 Engine Malfunction Indicator 6 Low Oil Indicator 7 Service Indicator 30 Speedometer LCD High Coolant Temp.
Instrument Cluster INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER .SAFIRE (AQUA & AURA) 3 2 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 1 22 1 2 3 4 5 Fuel Gauge Battery Charging Indicator Turn Signal (Left) High Beam Indicator Parking Brake & Low Brake Fluid Indicator 6 Low Oil Indicator 7 Service Indicator 8 Speedometer 21 20 19 18 17 17 18 19 20 21 22 16 9 LCD (Digital Display) 10 ICD Indicator (Instrument Cluster Diagnostic) 11 Engine Malfunction Indicator 12 Seat Belt Indicator 13 Turn Signal (Right) 14 High Coolant Temp. Indicator 15 RPM Meter 16 ABS Indicator (If fitted) Immobiliser Indicator “Mode” knob Temperature Bar Graph Odometer “Set” knob Air Bag Indicator (If fitted) 31 .
INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE INSTRUMENT CLUSTER . Indicator Turn Signal (Right) High Beam Indicator Battery Charging Indicator 32 .SAFIRE (TERRA) 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 Instrument Cluster 12 2 13 1 19 1 2 3 4 Fuel Gauge Turn Signal (Left) Immobiliser Indicator Parking Brake / Low Brake Fluid Indicator 5 Engine Malfunction Indicator 6 Low Oil Indicator 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 18 17 16 15 14 14 15 16 17 18 19 Seat Belt Indicator “Mode” knob Temperature Bar Graph Odometer “Set” knob Air Bag Indicator Service Indicator Speedometer LCD High Coolant Temp.
5 Bands) Total distance travelled.Instrument Cluster The Instrument Cluster has the following features : · Analogue Gauge : Speedometer. Distance travelled on each trip or between fuel fillings. External Buzzer audio alarm (if fitted) 33 . 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Features Speedo Meter Tachometer / RPM Meter Fuel Gauge Temperature Bar Graph Odometer Trip meter “A & B” Clock Dimmer for cluster & LCD backlighting Over Temp. Tachometer / RPM Meter & Fuel gauge · Bar Graph : Temperature (as a part of LCD display) · LCD Display : Clock. Warning Description INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Vehicle Speed (In kmph) Engine Speed (In rpm) Fuel level in tank (Empty to Full) Engine temperature (Cold to Hot . 75% & 100%). No. 50%. 24 Hour format Digital clock. 4 levels (25%. Odometer & Trip meter (A & B) · Tell tales · Mode & Set switches Sr.
Refer to Immobiliser section for details. When this lamp remains ON. the engine’s performance deteriorates marginally and sometimes drastically. Please get the malfunctioning rectified at a nearest authorized service outlet. Engine should be started only after this indicator goes off. NOTICE When “Service” lamp is ON while the engine is running. Lamp On : Problem with key / system.The user has 34 Instrument Cluster to use original key for authentification and unlocking the car. CAUTION If water is not drained from the sedimenter. Immobiliser Warning : (If provided) This system disables engine starting if original key is not used. It remains “ON” If there is a problem in any of the engine components. It comes ‘ON’ when ignition is switched ON and once engine is cranked. Water in fuel (in Quadrajet): This indicator warns of excess water accumulation in the sedimenter. . Lamp OFF : Normal condition (Authenticated user ) and engine will start. 2. 1. Show your car to TATA Authorised service centre. water needs to be drained from sedimenter immediately. it can cause serious damage to the fuel injection system. it goes OFF. CAUTION This indicator will remain ON for any engine related fault. It will come on when ignition is turned ‘ON’ and will go off in approximately three seconds. Malfunction Indication Lamp (If provided) : This indicator comes ‘ON’ when the ignition is turned on and goes OFF once the engine is cranked. that may cause increase in emission levels of the car beyond the regulatory limit. Please take your car to a TATA Authorised service centre. Diesel pre heat : This indicator comes on when glow plug is activated. Lamp Blink : Car is in immobilised condition when key is not inserted.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE TELL TALES Service : This lamp indicates your car’s engine condition.
Instrument Cluster Turn Signal: Turn signal lamps can be operated only when the ignition supply is ‘ON and by using the turn indicator switch on the combi switch. If the low oil pressure indicator does not glow or remains ‘ON‘ with the ‘IGN’ on and engine is running. After that. It indicates that the battery is not getting charged. NOTICE If it remains ‘ON’ while the engine is running. High Beam : This symbol comes ON when the headlamp high beam is switched ‘ON’. If one of the indicator bulbs gets fused. Check and get the problem attended to at an Authorised Service outlet. INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Parking Brake cum Low Brake Fluid Warning : This indicator lights up when : 1 When key is turned to ‘IGN’ position. It will continue to flash until the car exceeds a speed of 20 kmph. the buzzer goes OFF but the indicator continues to remain ON until seat belts are fastened. 3 When parking brake is applied and goes off when it is released. Low Oil Pressure : When the ignition key is turned to the ‘IGN’ position. it indicates a fault in the electrical circuit / lubrication system. it lights up for three seconds and goes off. 4 When ABS/EBD system has some faults. Seat Belt : The indicator initially flashes when the ignition is ON and seat belt is not fastened. The direction indicator arrow (LHS) and (RHS) on the instrument cluster flashes along with external indicator lights as selected. it is indicated by high frequency flashing of the bulb of the same side. Battery charging : Symbol lights up when the ‘IGN’ is turned ‘ON’ and should go ‘OFF‘ after the engine starts. Switch off all unnecessary electrical equipment and get the problem attended to at an Authorised Service outlet. this symbol lights up and goes off as soon as the required engine oil pressure is developed after starting the engine. 35 . it will remain continuously ON along with a buzzer that will buzz approximately for 100 seconds. 2 When brake fluid level is low. After that.
buzzer also comes ON when engine coolant temperature is higher than normal temperature. Avoid driving when it lights up. Airbag (If provided): The air bag warning light comes on for approximately 3 secs.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE ABS (if provided) : When key is turned to ‘IGN’ position this light comes ‘ON’ for 2 seconds and goes OFF. take the car to the nearest Authorised Service outlet for necessary attention. At this stage. ICD Lamp (If provided): This lamp comes ON for approximately three seconds when key is turned to IGN position and goes off. and goes off. Do not restart the engine until the problem has been duly attended. If it remains ON or blinks. Low Fuel : It comes ON when fuel level is low and needs refilling at the earliest. Instrument Cluster Speedometer: The speedometer indicates the car speed in km/hr. This indicator comes ON if their is a problem in the ABS working or if the system has failed.For high end versions. If it remain on or blinks. it indicates trouble in instrument cluster. Take your car to a TATA Authorised service centre. 36 . take your car to the nearest Tata Authorised Service Center. Driving your car as per the recomended speeds will help you extract optimum fuel economy and enhanced engine life. High Coolant Temperature : This indicator lights up when engine coolant temperature is higher than normal. CAUTION Never remove the radiator pressure cap from the radiator when the engine is hot. The indicator indicates engine overheating which may be due to insufficient coolant in the radiator or due to any other defect.
. (rpm). The permitted engine rpm upper limit is the start of coloured zone on the dial. fuel level in tank is low and it is advised to get fuel filled immediately 37 . At this point. If you change gears at appropriate engine rpm and speed.Instrument Cluster INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE TDi / Quadrajet RPM meter / Tachometer (if provided) : This meter. Refill the fuel tank before the needle touches the coloured band on the gauge. also called RPM meter shows at what speed your car’s engine is running per minute. Do not increase the engine rpm unneccessarly. your car will give good fuel economy. Safire Fuel Gauge: The fuel gauge indicates the approximate fuel level in the tank.
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Odometer and Trip meter (on LCD): The odometer records the total distance the car has been driven. The trip meter can be used to measure the distance traveled on each trip or between fuel fillings. Keep track of the odometer reading and follow the maintenance schedule regularly for meeting service requirements. Range : 0 to 9999.9 km Resolution : 0.1 km Trip meter reading will over flow to “0.0” after it crosses 9999.9 kms.
Multifunctional LCD, Digital clock, Odometer, Dimmer and Tripmeter (A and B) : The instrument cluster’s LCD has a two line display. The first line displays a clock in 24 hour format and the second line shows the odometer reading. The first line also displays Tripmeter A, Tripmeter B and intensity level when the Mode switch is pressed. The selection and control of functions are done through “MODES” and “SET” button (knobs) provided on either side of the LCD.
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You can select required function on LCD by using MODE and SET switches available on cluster, as indicated in the table below. Please note that each switch has to be pressed and released to change the function. Display selection by “Mode and Set” switches :
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Sr. No. Indication on LCD 1 2 3 4 Digital Clock Trip meter “A” Trip meter “B” Dimmer With “Mode” switch Display changes to Trip A Display changes to Trip B Display changes to Dimmer Display changes to Clock With “Set” switch Enters to clock setting mode (ref. 7.6) Resets Trip A distance (ref. 7.3) Resets Trip B distance (ref. 7.3) Adjusts Dimming level (ref. 7.5)
Sr. No. Indication on LCD 1 2 3 Digital Clock Trip meter “A” Trip meter “B” With “Mode” switch Display changes to Trip A Display changes to Trip B Display changes to Clock With “Set” switch Enters to clock setting mode (ref. 7.6) Resets Trip A distance (ref. 7.3) Resets Trip B distance (ref. 7.3)
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LCD FEATURES : 7.1 Multifunction LCD AURA / AQUA 7.3 Trip meter (A and B) Type : 7 segments, 4 1/2 digits Range : 0 to 9999.9 Resolution : 0.1 km Trip meter reading shall over flow to “0.0” after it crosses 9999.9 kms. AURA / AQUA TRIP-A
Trip meter reset Trip meter (A and B) can be reset by pressing the set switch slightly longer when particular Trip-meter is selected. 7.4 Dimmer for Cluster and LCD ( AURA / AQUA ) : LCD brightnees level can be changed and it is shown by the number of Dashes on the display, AURA / AQUA TRIP-B 1 2 3 4 2 Dashes 4 Dashes 6 Dashes 8 Dashes => 25 % => 50 % => 75 % => 100 %
Colour : Blue Text with Black back ground. TERRA
Colour : Black Text with Amber back ground. 7.2 Temperature Bar Graph Cold to Hot (5 Bars) AURA / AQUA
TERRA TRIP-A After selecting the dimming level, the display will show the next information (e.g. Clock) after 20 secs. Press the “Mode” switch earlier to see the next information.
7.5 Odometer : Type : 7 segments, 6 digits. Range : 0 to 999999 Resolution : 1 km The Odometer reading will not over flow to “0.0” when the maximum value is accumulated, the display will freeze to maximum value. AURA / AQUA 7.6 Digital Clock :
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Type : 24 Hour format (7 segments, 4 digits). AURA / AQUA TERRA
Steps Press “Set” switch for 3 secs. when display is in clock mode. Press and Release “Set” switch repeatedly Press “Mode” switch while selected digits are flashing
Actions “Hour” digits flash
Remarks Cluster enters into clock setting mode
Display toggles between “Hours & Minutes” digits Increments displayed number
Select required digits (Hours or Minutes) with “Set” switch. Select required value with “Mode” switch Selected value is for 5 secs.stored and enters into normal clock mode.
Keep “Mode and Set” Display stops switches un-pressed flashing
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FACIA SWITCHES : Four operating switches are provided on the facia. Rear Windshield Demister : ( Unlatched switch) This switch can be operated when Ignition is ON. Demister is provided to clear the visibility of Rear Windshield on tail gate. When required, push the rear windshield demister operating switch to turn the demister ON. The demister will switch off automatically after 15 minutes. Rear Wind Shield Demister will work effectively when battery is fully charged. NOTICE Clean the rear windshield glass carefully from inside to avoid damage to demister heater element.
Hazard Warning Switch: Hazard warning is used in case of breakdown especially during night and the car has to be parked at the side of the road. This switch can also be used when the car is operated in adverse conditions. This switch can be operated without Ignition ON. Press hazard warning switch to switch ON all outside turn signal lights and indicators on cluster will flash simultaneously to warn the other road users about hazardous condition of the car. Press the switch again to switch OFF the hazard function. CAUTION Ensure that all turn signal indicators are working properly. Replace bulb if found fused.
1. Front Fog Lamp Switch 2. Hazard Warning Switch 3. Rear Fog Lamp Switch 4. Rear Windshield Demister
Facia Switches & Steering Lock cum Ignition Switch
Front Fog Lamps : ( Unlatched switch) Fog lamps are provided on front bumper to improve visibility in foggy weather or during heavy rains. The front fog lamps can be switched ON with ignition ON and parking lamp ON and can remain on till the parking lamp is switched OFF. Rear Fog Lamps : (Unlatched switch) Fog lamps are also provided on tail lamp cluster to improve visibility and warning in foggy weather or during heavy rains. The rear fog lamps can be switched on with parking lamp and front fog lamps ON and can remain ON till the parking lamp is switched OFF. NOTICE Use only during foggy conditions or heavy rains if required. Steering Lock cum Ignition Switch Key of ignition switch is common for door lock, steering lock and glove box lock. The ignition switch is on the right side of the steering column. It has four positions. Turn the key clockwise for further functions.
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LOCK : You can insert or remove the key only in this position. The steering column is locked when the key is removed. CAUTION Do not remove the key while driving. It will lock the steering and can cause loss of control. Remove the key only when the car is parked. OFF (key IN) : By turning key to OFF (key in) position, ‘KEY IN’ driven load like music system will be ‘ON’. IGN : All electricals and accesories ON. START : Turn the key further clockwise to the START position (spring loaded) to start the engine. As soon as the engine starts, release the ignition key to ON position. While cranking,all accessories will be momentarily ‘OFF’.
LOCK OFF IGN START
Steering Locked ‘KEY IN’ position. All electricals ‘ON’ Engine crank
Release the key immediately after starting the engine. wait for 30 secs. the starter motor/ flywheel ring gear may get damaged. By turning the ignition key from ‘IGN’ position to ‘OFF’ position. before cranking it again. engine can be stopped. If the engine does not start. COMBINATION SWITCH Combi-Switch 44 .INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE NOTICE Do not crank the engine for more than 10 secs. If the key is not released. continuously.
Setting should be done only when car is stationary Position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be ON in this position. it is advisable to select the correct position before starting a trip (depending on load) 2) Light stalk: Outer rotary switch on right hand stalk is provided for selecting Position or Head lamp High/Low beam. Toggling the lever (Stalk) 45 . Head lamp. Head lamp leveling can be done with head lamp in Low Beam and in ON position. a) Head / Position lamp OFF. position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be OFF in this position. b) Position lamp in ON. It operates with Ignition switch in “IGN” position. INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Head lamp. Setting is done by rotating the knob to select one of the 3 level positions depending upon the loading of the car. position (Parking) lamp and tail lamp will be ON in this position. Inner rotary switch on right hand stalk is provided for head lamp leveling.Combi-Switch A) RIGHT HAND STALK 1) Head lamp leveling rotary switch: NOTICE Since the leveling switch takes care of headlamp focus pattern under varying load conditions. c) Head / Position lamp ON.
The switch has 5 delay timers for intermittent function. A) Right turn indicator B) Neutral position C)Left Turn (Self cancellation / Manual return type) 46 Pull the stalk upwards to operate intermittent wipe (. For keeping in High beam position pull up the lever further up to latch. . First position below OFF position is for Wipe and second position is for Wash + Wipe which is spring loaded. Pull towards driver for Flick Wipe (spring return). Pull the stalk down for wipe and wash.-). LEFT HAND STALK : 1) Rear windshield . 3)Front windshield-Wipe and Wash rotary switch: Push the stalk upwards for changing lane or turning to Left and downwards for changing lane or turning to Right according to requirement.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE in upward direction changes the Low beam to High beam and vice versa.Wipe and Wash rotary switch: Combi-Switch 2) Intermittent front wiper delay: Inner rotary switch on left hand stalk is provided for intermittent front wiper delay. the switch returns to the OFF position. Slow wipe ( ) or fast wipe ( ). It has three positions. The top (1st) position denotes wash.. pull the lever halfway. For High beam flash. which is spring loaded. 3) Light stalk (Turn Indicator): C B A Outer rotary switch on left hand stalk is provided for rear windshield wipe and wash. After releasing.
Music System (if fitted): Music system is provided on the facia and the speakers are fitted on doors and tweeters on dashboard. above the front windshield glass. There will be one more wipe after 5 seconds to clean traces of water on wind screen. 47 . Antenna Music System Speaker Location on doors For operation and more information of music system please refer manufacturer’s manual. there will be three wipes of wiper. INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Antenna: Antenna is located on the roof.Music System & Antenna After wash function is activated.
Ventilation & Air Conditioning AIR FLOW PATTERN Central Air Vents Demisting Vents Central Air Vents Side Air Vents Side Air Vents Towards Foot Board Towards Foot Board 48 .INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Heating.
A.Temperature Control Knob C .C.Air Recirculation / Fresh Air Switch Centre Console 49 . Ventilation & Air Conditioning INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE A. ON/OFF Switch E .C.Blower Speed Regulation Knob D .Air Direction Control Knob B . Controls A C B E D A .Heating.
INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE (A) Air Direction Control Knob : The air flow can be changed by turning the air direction control knob (A) to the desired direction. Ventilation & Air Conditioning (B) Temperature-Control Knob : knob (C) at the centre of the control panel. Heating. ON/OFF Switch : The A. can be switched ‘ON’ by pressing the switch (D) on the A. The indicator lamp will show that the A. control panel provided the blower is `ON’ and the engine is running. The temperature can be increased by rotating the knob towards the red segment and decreased by rotating it towards the blue segment. Indicator .C. Towards face Towards face and feet Towards feet Towards feet and windshield (Recommended for clearing mist on windshield) Air demist/defrost windshield (Recommended for clearing heavy fog or snow 50 The air temperature in the car can be controlled by operating the temperature control knob (B) on the control panel.C.C. (C) Blower Speed Regulation Knob: The HVAC system has a four speed blower. The blower speeds can be regulated by operating the blower (D) A. is `ON’.C.
Heating. When A.C.Cool position. is automatically switched 'ON' when the engine gets cooled. Normal Cooling : Knob ‘A’ . is switched 'ON' engine idling RPM increases marginally.C.press switch 'E'.Suitable blower speed A. to adjust to the A. Knob ‘C’ . In Fresh air mode. Indicator lamp will be 'OFF'.OFF Air Circulation. The A. . INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Normal Heating : Knob 'A' .C. can be switched `ON' only if the blower is 'ON' and engine is running. trips 'OFF' automatically.C. In recirculation mode. To put car in Fresh air mode release switch 'E'.C. air inside the car is circulated again and again.desired speed position A.ON Switch ‘E’ . Recirculation mode can be used While driving in dusty condition To avoid traffic pollution To get quick cooling/heating as required. switch back to fresh mode.Towards face and feet Knob 'B' . . compressor gets switched 'OFF' automatically when engine gets overheated.C.C.Fresh switch Quick Heating : All settings as explained above except air circulation switch to recirculation. The indicator lamp will show air in recirculation. Ventilation & Air Conditioning E.suitably as explained Indicator If HVAC is to be put into air recirculation mode. 51 . The A.C. air is taken from atmosphere and circulated in the car. Once the car is heated. The A. Recirculation / Fresh Air Switch: Whenever discomfort is felt switch air circulation mode to fresh.towards face Knob ‘B’ . compressor load. When desired temperature is achieved A.Suitable temperature position Knob 'C' .
Side Air vents and central Air vents to be opened completely.Fresh air mode condition. . to clear frost formation outside the windshield glass. Demisting : In rainy season or in areas of high humidity. Use only refrigerant as given in the label for topping up or rechargeersa. switch the knob "A” position to Face mode.at suitable temperature Air circulation . if cold air continues to flow over windshield.Towards windshield (for demisting) Knob 'B' . In high humidity areas. First start the engine and accelerate to warm up.Very High Switch 'E' .Desired speed position NOTICE When mist is cleared.ON Knob 'A' . it may cause sudden fogging on outside surface of windshield. the cabin’s inside temperature increases. once the ice starts melting NOTICE • Refrigerant charged in the air conditioning circuit has been identified on the label over bonnet. Knob 'A' -Towards windshield Knob 'B' . AC-OFF Once the windscreen has become clear. move the fan switch to desired speed. mist formation inside windshield glass is observed. close the windows and change air circulation suitably to fresh/recirculation and reduce blower speed suitably.C. this setting is used.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Quick Cooling : If your car is left in the sun with all windows closed.Maximum hot position Knob 'C' . Once temperature inside has come down sufficiently. fan at 4th speed and air direction toward “FACE”. Ventilation & Air Conditioning The position of control knobs should be adjusted as follows : A. with air circulation switch in fresh mode. AC Gas charging Quantity should be as per the above sticker. A Plastic scraper can be used to clear windshield glass. To clear mist dehumidified air is passed on the windshield glass.at suitable position Knob 'C' . Defrosting : In low temperature/sub-zero temperature areas. • 52 . Heating. To achieve quick cooling effect open the windows breifly while you operate the air conditioner.
Lamps NOTICE • Fresh air is taken from the grill opening provided at base of windshield glass outside the car. INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Tail Lamp: The tail lamp assembly incorporates the following 1 Brake / Parking Lamp 2 Direction Indicator 3 Reverse Lamp Side Repeater Lamp: 1 2 3 4. Head Lamp: Head lamps are clear lens type having multi focal reflector and are provided with H1 and H7 halogen lamp for providing straight ahead illumination of the road for the long distance or dip beam which illuminates the road immediately ahead for short distance visibility. Keep these openings clear and free from fallen leaves etc. Main Beam Position/Parking Lamp Direction Indicator Dip Beam 53 . It also contains side indicator lamp and a parking lamp.
High Mounted Stop Lamp : High mounted stop lamp is provided on the tail gate. DOOR .INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Fog Lamp (if fitted): Front and rear fog lamps are provided for your convenience and they can be operated via the Facia switches that are located above the HVAC controls. the lamp will not go ‘OFF’ immediately.In this position the lamp comes on with dimming when either of the doors are opened. but 54 . Registration Plate Lamps : Two concealed lamps are provided for illumination of the rear registration number plate. Front Fog Lamp Registration Plate Lamps Rear Fog Lamp The central rectangular switch has three positions: ON . High Mounted Stop Lamp Lamps Front interior light with reading lamps : Interior roof lighting and reading lamps with inbuilt switches are provided on the roof near the rear view mirror.The lamp will come ‘ON’ as long as switch is in this position. When the door is closed. and it glows whenever the brakes are applied.
the lamp goes ‘OFF’ immediately.In this position the lamp will not come ‘ON’ at all. they may block driver’s vision. This helps in comfortable positoning of passengers during a journey. These are provided on all seats except driver seat. keep the sunvisors in their original position or else. When the key is turned to the ‘IGN’ position. Lower the sun visors to protect the eyes from bright sunlight.Sunvisors & Grab Handle remain ‘ON’ for 5-8 sec and goes OFF with dimming. The sun visors can also be moved sideways towards the door. Sun visors: Vanity Mirror INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Roof Grab Handle : Sunvisor Two adjustable sun visors are provided inside the cab above the windshield to prevent sun glare. 55 . A vanity Mirror has been provided on the back of the Co-driver’s sunvisor. NOTICE When not in use. This helps settling in the seat and inserting the key in the ignition switch. OFF . Two rectangular shaped push type ‘ON / OFF’ switches are provided separately for the right and left reading lamps.
The glove box is located on the dash board in front of the co-driver’s seat. 56 . In some versions the mirrors are provided on both the doors. Inner Rear View Mirror 1. Outer Rear View Mirror 2. It can be locked with the ignition key. Provision has been made for two positions: 1. Normal position 2.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Inner Rear View Mirror : Rear View Mirror-Inner & Outer and Glove Box Outer Rear View Mirror : 1 Glove Box: 2 1 2 1. Lever for adjustment Glove Box An antiglare mirror is fitted inside the car. Antiglare position Use antiglare position only when necessary. The rear view mirror is fitted on the door from outside and can be adjusted by the lever provided inside the door. as it reduces rear view clarity.
Power Socket. Cup holder : INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Utility pocket / box : Front utility pocket / box Cup holder Power Socket for front passengers A power socket is provided on floor console at the front. Two cup holders are provided for your convenience in the centre console ahead of the gear shift lever. Rear utility pocket / box Utility pocket is provided on all the doors to keep magazines / books etc. Cup Holder & Utility Pocket Floor Console : A) Power Socket : B. Power socket can be used to tab 12V supply (10A Max.) for operating external gadgets. 57 .
push the knob down Glasses on all four windows of your car can be operated by switches provided on the main control panel located on the driver’s arm rest. It has two positions: 58 .INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Power Windows : LOCK – When switch is pressed and red light comes ON. A safety locking arrangement has also been provided and can be activated by a push type switch located at the centre. Press down the lock button to unlock. the rear window switches (located on rear doors) do not function. take care to avoid fingers / hands getting trapped between glass and the frame. below the window switches. Glasses are wound up by pulling the switch and are lowered by pressing it down. WARNING While raising the glass. Individual window winding switches have been provided on co-driver’s door also. Power Windows Power window switch (On Rear Doors): Individual window winding switches have been provided on the rear doors. To close the door window glass. Illumination on the rear window switch goes off when the switch is in locked condition. The rear window glasses can still be operated by using the switches on the driver’s arm rest. UNLOCK – When switch is released When the switch is in “LOCK” position. pull the knob up and to open. They work only when the key is in the “IGN” position.
1. push down the tilt lever as shown in fig to unlock steering column. 3. Steering Adjustment Lever You can adjust the steering wheel position to suit your convenience. Lock tilt lever by pulling it up to the lock position. Adjust the steering wheel position as follows before you start driving. In such cars. power windows are not provided. use winder handle manually for lowering or raising up window glasses manually. Move the steering wheel up or down to the desired position. CAUTION Steering wheel should be adjusted only when the car is stationary.Window Glass & Steering Wheel Position Adjustment Manual Window Winding : In some versions. 59 . To adjust steering wheel position. Adjust the seat to a comfortable position. Steering Wheel Adjustment Position INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE 4. 2. Make sure that steering wheel is securely locked by checking up and down direction.
For closing. pull the lever (Shown in fig. simply push the tail gate downwards till it gets locked. For closing. causing injury. Tail gate opening : To open the tail gate. Always use only original specification fuel cap or an approved equivalent available at Authorised Dealers. A wrong cap can result in serious malfunctioning of the fuel system and the emission control system. the fuel may be under pressure and may spray out. The fuel flap can be opened by pulling the opening lever located at the right hand side of the driver’s side. CAUTION Remove the fuel filler cap slowly. Fuel Flap / Tail Gate Opening Lever 60 . It can also be opened by using door key. If the cap is opened suddenly.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Fuel Tank flap and Tail Gate opening : Tail gate opening Lever Fuel tank flap opening Lever Fuel Flap & tail Gate Opening / Closing The fuel flap is located on the left rear side of the car. simply push the fuel flap till it gets locked. Always stop the engine before refueling and never refill near sparks or open flames. WARNING Fuel vapour is extremely hazardous.) located at the right hand side of the driver’s side and lift the tail gate. and wait for any hissing to stop. The lock is located on the tail gate.
Leave the car parked with gear box in low forward gear when facing uphill and reverse gear when facing downhill. The gearshift pattern is as shown on the gear lever knob. press the release button and push the lever down.Gear Shift Lever & Parking Brake Gearshift lever and shifting pattern: The gearshift lever is mounted on the center console between the two front seats. The parking brake indicator on the instrument panel will go ‘OFF’ 61 . 1. A Mechanical parking brake acting only on the rear wheels is provided on your car. Parking brake : INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE when the parking brake lever is fully released. To apply the parking brake. Parking Brake Lever 2. To release it. pull the lever up fully. NOTICE Apply the parking brake properly before leaving the car and release it before moving. When parking on a steep slope. Wait for 5 seconds after declutching to ensure smooth engagement of the reverse gear. do not rely on the hand brake alone to hold the car. Release Button NOTICE The reverse gear should be engaged only when the car is stationary. The parking brake lever is located behind the gearshift lever. pull the lever up slightly. The indicator lights on the instrument panel.
2) Customer should. Immobilizer system consists of following components. CAUTION 1) E-key of other cars will not start the engine. b. a. The engine can be started only with car’s original Immobilizer ignition key which has an electronic identification programmed code. Use only one E-key .” information (and keep it safe) which is required while getting new / spare keys.Immobilizer 62 . c. 2) Two Electronic keys (E-key) .INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE Immobilizer system: (If provided) Immobilizer system is designed to prevent car theft by electronically disabling the engine starting system. as without it car cannot be started. 1) Immobilizer unit (ICU) – Add-on part on the ignition switch fitted on steering column. Please note that It is not possible to prepare new/spare keys without “key Tag no. Take precaution about Ekeys. The other E-key should be kept at safe location.To start the car.” d. Anti-Theft Device . Note down “key Tag no.
is explained in table below with immobilizer status lamp (“lock” symbol on the instrument cluster) CAR CONDITION Ignition OFF Ignition ON STATUS LAMP Blinking OFF ON CAR STATE Locked Unlocked Locked MEANING/ FUNCTION OF THE STATE Car Immobilized and Awaiting Electronic key Normal Condition Ready to start the car .Problem with key ( Wrong Ekey used to start car) .Anti-Theft Device .Immobilizer Immobilizer system Brief : INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE The behavior of Immobilizer and car under “Ignition OFF and ON” conditions.Problem with Immobilizer system contact Tata dealer to inspect the system 63 .
In this condition the car will not start and the car’s battery will also be drained due to frequent cranking. The transponder inbuilt into the ignition E-key carries a unique identification code. Do not try to start the car when the Immobiliser indicator lamp on the instrument cluster is glowing. This may be detected as abnormal condition by immobilizer and prevent engine from starting.INDICA VISTA AT A GLANCE E-Keys : Unlocking Principle : The E-keys are learned for a specific immobilizer and are unique to the car. system prevents the engine from starting. 3.Immobilizer If any one of the E-key is lost. The engine starts only if all codes match. In case of a mismatch of the codes. Do not turn ON ignition switch by using electronic key with any type of metal wound around its grip or in contact with it. The Engine management system (EMS) and Immobilizer has common secret code. Do not leave electronic key in ares of high temperature. When key is inserted and the ignition is switched “ON”. all the codes are communicated within concerned components (E-key. Immobilizer and EMS). 64 . contact TATA dealer as soon as possible to have the lost key deactivated and to have the new Ekey. contact the authorized TATA dealer NOTICE Do’s and Don’ts of immobilizer system 1. Both these codes are used while unlocking the car. If both the E-keys are lost. 2.Please note that Second original E-key is required for making additional E-keys. The transponder in E-Key will behave abnormally when reused. Loss of E.Keys : Anti-Theft Device .
GETTING STARTED GETTING STARTED Door.Locking / Unlocking Front Seat Front Seat Adjustments Head Restraints Utility Tray Rear Seat Rear View Mirrors Rear Seat Adjustment Seat Belts Air Bag (If fitted) Anti-Lock Braking System (If fitted) 65 .Locking / Unlocking Child Lock Tail Gate .
GETTING STARTED Front Doors (Driver and Co-driver) Locking / unlocking doors with key from outside : Both front doors (drivers and codriver) have separate locking facility. NOTICE When locking doors this way. Opening the doors from inside : All doors can be opened from inside. NOTE 1 2 Door Lock Location of door opening / locking lever. Front doors can be locked or unlocked from outside using the Ekey. Pull the Door handle to open an unlocked door. do not leave the key inside the car. Locking without a key from inside: All the doors can also be locked or unlocked independently from inside by pressing or pulling the knob (1). Press to lock and Pull to unlock. pull the door opening lever (2). 66 . Insert the E-key and turn it anticlockwise to open or clockwise to lock the door. To open.
Pull the Door handle to open an unlocked door and just by closing the tail gate to its original position.Tail Gate & Front Seat Childproof lock : Both the rear doors of the car are provided with a child proof lock. Lumbar Support CAUTION Deactivate the childproof lock when not required.Child Lock. GETTING STARTED Front Seats : Bucket type seats are provided with multiple adjustments. The door which has been locked by activating the child lock cannot be opened from inside. it can be opened only from the outside. The tail Gate can also be opened by a lever located on the right of driver’s seat near the fuel flap opening lever. Lumbar Support : Lumbar support is provided on Driver and Co-driver’s seats to give you maximum driving comfort. it gets locked. Tail gate Swing Handle 67 . It is adjusted by the lever provided at the side of the seat backrest. Push the lock lever located on vertical face of the door near the lock downward before closing the door. Tail gate Locking / Unlocking : Insert the key and turn it anticlockwise to open or clockwise to lock the door.
To reduce the height. Do not attempt to adjust the head-restraint while driving the car. lift up and leave at desired click position. Make sure the seat is locked firmly in position. Once the desired position is achieved. lean forward slightly and raise the upper smaller lever . Seat Back Recliner Lever 2. Make sure that lever returns to its original position. 1.GETTING STARTED Front Seat Adjustments : 2. 3. Lever for Forward and Backward movement 1. Moving the Seat Forward and Backward: To adjust the seat position. release the lever to lock the seat. You can raise the seat height by pumping / pulling the lever upwards until approriate seat height is reached and lower it by pumping / pushing the lever downwards. slide the seat to the desired position and release the lever. To increase their height. lift the lever under the seat cushion front. Height Adjustment Lever 3. just ahead of the seat back adjustment lever. Seat Adjustment Head restraint : Adjustable head restraints are provided for bucket seats in front.Lean back to the position you want and release it. CAUTION Avoid driving the car with the headrestraint removed as it is a safety item. Poor Adjustment Good Adjustment 68 . Height Adjustment (Driver’s Seat) : Driver’s seat height can be adjusted by a big lever located on the seat base on the right hand side. press the unlock button and push the head restraint down wards. Seat Back Recliner : To change the seat back angle.
2. These seats can be independently folded as and when required or for carrying extra luggage. Steps to fold the rear seat : 1. Lift the seat base from the back and place it vertically (Fig. 60 / 40 split.Seat Adjustment Utility Tray (Co-driver Seat) : A Sliding tray is provided below codriver’s seat. pull the knobs near the head r e s t r a i n t s 1 GETTING STARTED (Fig.3) 3. To fold the seat back-rest. e. 69 .4) 3 4 Utility Tray 2 Rear Seat Adjustments : Rear seat is in 2 parts i. (Fig.2). Important papers/ documents can be kept here. The seat back-rest folds down to create a completely flat luggage area. Two built-in head-restraints are provided on the rear seat. Always ensure that this tray is properly closed after use.
inertia reel automatically tightens the belt to help restrain your body. Position the lap portion of the belt as low as possible across your hip bone. It will reduce the chances of severe injury. To unlatch the belt. Pull up the shoulder part of the belt to remove the slack. the belt lets you move freely in your seat. Make sure that your seat is adjusted to a good driving position and the back of the seat is upright. Lap Belt Seat Belts The anchor end of the shoulder belt is adjustable to suit the height of the passenger wearing it. Pull the tongue across your body and insert it into the buckle. 3. Don’t wear twisted 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. 70 2 1. Seat Belt 2. Lock Buckle 4. 4. Your car is equipped with seat belts. both front and rear as a part of occupant restraint system. In case of an accident or sudden braking. The lap belt has one manually adjusted belt that fits across the hip bone. . press the red button on the buckle. Make sure that the belt goes over your collar bones and across chest. Why Seat Belts Wearing seat belts properly can protect you from being thrown against the insides of the car or against other occupants in case of an accident or sudden braking. Check and ensure that the belt is not twisted. This puts more force on the bones beneath the belt. WARNING Twisted seat belts can cause injury in a collision as the full width of the belt isn’t available to absorb the impact. 1. In normal driving. which could break them or cause other serious injury. Tongue 1 4 3 3. 2.GETTING STARTED Seat Belts Occupants safety is of utmost importance. 5. Guide the belt to the pillar as it retracts.
Each belt should be used by one occupant only.Seat Belts WARNING Improper positioning of the shoulder portion of the seat belt is dangerous. To shorten. 12. The belt should not be disassembled. Insert it into the buckle until you hear a click. Always make sure the shoulder portion of the seat belt is positioned across your shoulder and near your neck. or on your upper arm. by Authorised personnel only. 9. An improperly positioned belt will provide little or no protection in a collision. WARNING Positioning the lap portion of the Seat Belt too high can be dangerous as in a collision. Adjust the belt length. 11.Clean the webbing with a mild soap solution recommended for upholstery. When the belt has been in use in a serious accident or shows signs of severe fraying / damage or of having been cut. A seat belt used In this way cannot spread the impact forces properly and the two passengers could be crushed together and seriously injured.The belts if required should be replaced. replace with an approved belt kit. Lap belt GETTING STARTED Pull the tongue to the desired length. depress the button in the buckle. 8. 10. To lengthen the belt. Wear the lap portion of the belt snugly and as low as possible. 7. seated on passengers lap. on your neck. 71 . The belt must not be put round a child. causing serious injury. If required. but never under your arm. Never use one belt for more than one person at a time. hoId the tongue at a right angle to the webbing and pull. authorised personnel only should carry out disassembly and assembly. pull the loose end of the webbing. The belt must not be altered or modified during use. The belts are meant (intended) for adult occupants only. Bleaching or dyeing the webbing may weaken it. 6. this would concentrate the impact force directly on the abdominal area. WARNING Using one seat belt for more than one person at a time is dangerous. To unfasten.
For Airbag Equipped Cars: • • Rear Seat is the SAFEST for children. Before installation. Age should be used as a reference. • Pregnant Woman : TATA MOTORS recommends the use of a seat-belt. If a child is too big for a child restraint system. Injured person : TATA MOTORS recommends the use of a seat-belt for injured person. it can lead to a serious injury or even death. Refer child restraint manufacturer’s instructions for installation. Child restraint systems are available at authorised TATA MOTORS dealerships. • General Guidelines: • • Children below 12 years are always safe in child restraints. Do not use a forward facing child restraint system in the front seat of the car. unless the passenger airbag is deactivated.GETTING STARTED TATA MOTORS strongly urges that the driver and passengers in the car be properly restrained at all times with seat-belts. Baby or Small Child : Use child restraint system appropriate for the child until he / she becomes mature enough to properly wear the car’s seat-belts. According to accident statistics. This is very important and if not followed. Use the seat-belt when the child is in the rear seat also. Never put rearward facing child restraints on front seat unless the passenger airbag is deactivated. Failure to do so could increase the chance of injury and / or the severity of injury in accidents. consult your doctor for specific recommendations. he / she should sit in the seat and must be restrained using the car’s seat-belt. • Select the child restraint based on the weight of the child. Rearward facing child restraints are preferred for children with weight less than 9kg or until they can sit themselves without any aid. a child is safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than in the front seat. Doctors advise is recommended. . The lap belt should be worn securely and as low as possible over the hips and the waist. Depending on the injury.TATA MOTORS 72 Seat Belts & Safety Checks recommends the use of a type which fits your car. always read the manufacturer’s instructions.
some frontal / angular collisions will not inflate the Air bags. Operation : Your vehicle is fitted with an air bag for the driver. Airbag(s) may only deploy with the ignition switch in ON position. Airbags are not designed to inflate in rollover. and a passenger air bag is located above the glove box compartment. The bag(s) deflate as the gas escapes through the vents.Air Bag (If fitted) Driver Air Bag and Passenger Air Bag: (Supplementary Restraint Systems. The air bag system is not visible until it is activated. • • • • GETTING STARTED The inflating air bag deploys out of the steering wheel in the front of the driver and passenger air bag of the dash board in front of the passenger. dust and smell of burnt propellant immediately after the air bag has inflated. The air bag is supplementary restraint system. rear side or slow speed frontal/ angular crashes because the necessary protection can be achieved by the seat belt alone. Because the system senses crash severity. If in case the front passenger seat is unoccupied. The system will however work for about 30 seconds immediately after switching OFF of ignition. This action takes place in a fraction of second. . Passenger Air Bag (PAB) switch provided on the left side of the dashboard should always be ACTIVE. Vehicles fitted with air bags can be identified by the “SRS” label on the steering wheel. You may hear a noise along with some smoke. It is designed to be used in addition to seat belts to help protect Sensors in the ECU detect the degree of severity of frontal / angular impact. located in the steering wheel.If Applicable) against head and chest injuries in certain moderate and severe frontal and front angular collisions. DO NOT PANIC as this is normal. the PAB may be prevented from deploying by turning the PAB 73 • The sensor switches close the circuit and nitrogen gas is produced that fills the air bag by burning the propellant. The air bag(s) are designed to deploy if the collision suits the criteria for deployment.
an air bag module. • Always wear seat belts. should adjust their seats to provide maximum practical distance from the air bag. when it inflates may cause injury. both driver and front seat passenger (If a passenger air bag is fitted). • For persons suffering from breathing problems or asthma. or wiring in the vicinity of an air bag SRS component. • An air bag. or any other objects in contact with. 74 . Airbags do not replace the seat belts. Minimize the risk of injury by ensuring that front seat occupants are wearing their seat Air Bag (If fitted) belts and are seated correctly. • Reduce the risk of being thrown from your vehicle in a collision. • Always turn the PAB switch to “PAB” in case the front passenger seat is occupied. The wearing of seat belts is required even when the air bag is fitted. resulting in personal injury. replace. CAUTION • Air bag systems components get hot after inflation. • Do not allow a front seat passenger to obstruct the operation of the passenger airbag by placing feet.GETTING STARTED switch to INACTIVE by using the ignition key. modify or tamper with part of the air bag SRS. • Reduce the risk of harm in rollover. this could cause the system to activate. In addition. knees of any other part of the person. repair. • Reduce the risk of harm in frontal / angular collisions that are not enough to activate the air bag. or in close proximity to. • DO NOT service. side or rear impact collisions. Do not touch after inflation. with the seat as far back as is practical. The importance of wearing seat belts : • It will help to keep you in the proper position when the air bag inflates. • Always wear your car’s seat belts correctly as they can prevent you from accidental injury when the airbags inflate. get out of the car promptly for some fresh air as the smoke may cause breathing problems.
Where a passenger air bag is fitted. All related wiring. stand near the glove box compartment. rest feet or other parts of the body on the dash board or lean over near the glove compartment when the vehicle is moving.Air Bag (If fitted) The importance of being properly seated: To protect occupants in a collision. see your Authorised dealer without any delay for corrective action. front passenger should never sit on the edge of the seat. or flashes. Never install any rearward facing child seat restraint in the front seat when the passenger air bag is active. GETTING STARTED The following components are monitored by the indicator: • • • • • Airbag control module . Move your seat as far back as practical to allow room for air bag inflation. the air bag inflates at a rate that is faster than you can blink your eye. The rear seat is the safest place for children. The air bag warning light on the instrument panel will illuminate for approximately 5 seconds when the ignition is switched on. This is normal and indicates the system is performing a self check. as serious injury or death may result from the force of the inflating front passenger air bag. it could seriously injure you. or remains illuminated after the initial check period & during driving. a fault may exists with air bag & seat belt pre-tensioner and it should be checked by an authorized dealer immediately. 75 . • If you are too close to an inflating air bag. If the warning light does not illuminate when ignition is switched on.ECU Driver airbag Passenger air bag Retractor Pretensioners. • Never place any object in front of you while you are seated in the front seat as it may result an injury from the object when it is forced towards you by the inflating air bag. • The air bag warning light does not operate briefly when the ignition key is turned on. Do not cover the steering wheel or instrument panel with an object which may prevent the proper deployment of the air bag. Air bag maintenance & servicing: If any of the following occur. • Air Bag Warning Light: The diagnostic system continually monitors the readiness of the SRS AIR BAG while the vehicle is being driven.
If they are not replaced. repair. The air bag will inflate only once. seat belts and control module must be replaced immediately. it may deploy even if there is no collision. Improper 76 Air Bag (If fitted) work on the SRS system will result in inadvertent deployment of the air bag or could render the SRS system inoperative. Though your car’s air bag system does not require regular maintenance. • Do not modify your steering wheel or any other SRS components. • Do not use chemical solvents or strong detergents when cleaning . maintenance or repair on any SRS components or wiring. air bag assembly. If passenger air bag gets deployed. body or frame structure can adversely affect the SRS performance and lead to possible injury. or modify the air bag system. steering column (if collapsed). inspection. any tampering will result in activation of the system and increase the risk of personal injury. air bag cover. Conversely. see your authorized dealer. no part of the SRS system should ever be handled or disposed of by anyone except an authorized dealer. it may increase the risk of injury in a collision. The inflated air bag system will not function again and steering wheel with air bag module. For Servicing the air bag system. • If your vehicle has received any front end damage. Do not permit anyone else to do service. you should have the SRS system inspected by an authorized dealer to ensure it is in proper working order. • Similarly. • Do not attempt to service.GETTING STARTED • The air bag warning light illuminates while driving. front bumper. the air bag system may malfunction in the event of a collision. If this is not attended to. NOTICE • Any maintenance performed on or near the components of the SRS must be performed only by an authorized dealer. you should always check when a warning about malfunction is flashed on the instrument cluster. This could also lead to personal injury. seat belts and dash panel must be replaced. For example replacement of steering wheel or modifications to the steering column.
Air Bag (If fitted) GETTING STARTED SRS SRS the steering wheel or instrument panel to avoid contamination of the air bag system. 77 . • If you wish to junk or scrap the vehicle. Wiping with a damp cloth only is recommended. we urge you to alert the new owner that the vehicle is equipped with SRS system and read the applicable sections in the owners manual. we urge you to first take the vehicle to an authorized dealer so that the SRS system can be rendered safe. NOTICE • When you transfer ownership of the vehicle to some other person.
an Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) incorporating Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) is provided on Indica Vista (ABS version). As the EBD lamp is shared with the Park brake lamp & brake fluid level warning. During a normal braking the Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) limits the level of braking force transmitted to the rear wheels. In doing so the system optimizes the level of braking being achieved while maintaining a stable. NOTICE When ABS intervention is necessary the warning lamp will not illuminate but the driver will feel the brake pedal pulsating and may hear an audible sound from the modulator indicating that ABS control is taking place. . when the ignition is switch on. so this will not extinguish until the park brake is released and fluid level in reservoir is approximately at Max. ABS & EBD Warning Light: The ABS and EBD warning lamps will illuminate for a system check for approximately 3 seconds. It prevents the wheels from locking and maintains the steerability of the vehicle thereby helping the driver to maintain stability of the vehicle while bringing it to a stop in the safest possible way. Where 78 Anti-Lock Braking System (If fitted) EBD only acts on the rear wheels the ABS is able to control each wheel individually. Press brake pedal continuously as hard as possible or as the situation demands. Both lamps will then extinguish to indicate the system is healthy. In order to obtain the maximum benefit from your ABS system in an emergency situation. do not attempt to modulate the brake pressure by pumping the brake pedal. During an emergency braking the Anti-lock Braking System (ABS) regulates the braking force for each individual wheel. Both the EBD and the ABS functions work by continuously monitoring and comparing the four individual wheel speeds and reacts when a wheel is detected as loosing grip with the road surface. controllable vehicle. level. To avoid the wheels from locking and prevent the vehicle from skidding ABS is provided.GETTING STARTED ABS (Anti-Lock Braking System) (if provided) : INTRODUCTION: In addition to the conventional hydraulic brake system. EBD moderates the braking forces at the rear axle depending upon the load condition and available friction at the rear wheels.
ABS will not prevent accidents resulting from excessive cornering speeds.e. If the fault persists. i. please take your car to the nearest TATA authorized Service station immediately. ABS is an aid to retaining steering control and stability while braking. ABS must never be exploited in a dangerous or reckless manner which could jeopardize the safety of driver. ABS will not improve braking performance or stopping distance beyond that which is physically possible which is constrained by the road conditions. following another vehicle too closely or aquaplaning. The additional control provided by. where a layer of water prevents adequate contact between tire and road surface 3. vehicles tyres and brakes. other road users or edestrians.Anti-Lock Braking System (If fitted) CAUTION In case of an ABS or EBD failure the warning lamp will illuminate in instrument cluster. In that case please pullover the vehicle to the side of road and switch off the ignition and restart. GETTING STARTED 79 . 4. 2. WARNINGS 1.
DRIVING DRIVING Safety Checks Driving Safety Fuel Saving Tips Starting & Stopping The Engine Running-In Period Brakes & Braking Driving In Adverse Conditions 81 .
3. If required adjust to your convenience. Safety Checks 82 . Check adjustment of all rear view mirrors. Adjust 1. Parking brake is released. on these.DRIVING Before Driving. 2. 6. 4. 3. Ensure 1. Ensure all mirrors. Ensure sufficient Fuel. Bonnet is properly closed. Check that the items you may be carrying inside with you are stored properly or fastened down securely. Check and ensure that all the gauges and indicators in the instrument cluster are working.Adjust steering wheel position. 6. 10. 5. Brake fluid level . 8. 2. 7. All switches and lamps are working 7. Remove dust. snow or ice if any. Fuel level. windows and outside lights are clean and unobstructed. Gear shift lever is in neutral position 9. Check your seat position . Engine oil must be up to Max mark on dipstick. Inflate to recommended tyre pressure if required. 8. Top-up Coolant to Max level. Top up if required. All doors are properly closed and locked. Seat belts are fastened 5. please ensure to check (Refer maintenance) 1. Battery electrolyte level. 3. Check and adjust steering. 4. 2. Water in windshield washer reservoir. Power steering oil level. frost. Tyre pressure and condition of tyres.
Check for operation of headlamps in both high/low beam condition. Tyres Check the condition of tyres for any abnormalities. Horn Ensure the horn is working properly. Ensure proper working of wipers and condition of wiper blade. Check brake fluid level in reservoir. GETTING STARTED First Aid Kit A first aid kit is provided in your car. valid PUC certificate and driving licence with you. 83 . Use only recommended type of bulbs. Horn provides safety to other road users by alerting your presence. as its dazzle may glare the driver of an oncoming car. such as high speed. This is for use in case of minor injuries. Do not operate wiper alone when the windshield glass is dry. especially on the front wheels. Do not use worn or bald tyres. thus causing an accident.Safety Checks SAFETY CHECKS Windshield/wiper/windshield washer Always keep windshield glass clean to avoid any distortion in visibility. Headlights Keep headlight lenses clean. It should be regularly checked and updated. Do not use the high beam unless it is inevitable. high load and high outside temperature. Do not drive the car when brake warning lamp is 'ON'. it is very important particularly when subjected to extreme conditions. Maintain correct tyre pressure. Brakes Ensure brakes are working properly. insurance. this would damage the windshield. Documents Always carry car registration papers. Side indicators / Hazard warning Ensure that all side indicators/ hazard warning lights are always in working condition and they are used when required. Check for correct focusing of headlamps. Ensure that windshield washer reservoir is full.
Fatigue 'Rest Revive survive' Do not attempt driving when you feel tired. Alcohol and drugs will severely affect your reflex actions. Take rest and get refreshed at regular intervals. Mobile phones Driving Safety Parking on slopes Due care should be exercised while applying parking brakes on steep slopes. Influence of Alcohol / Drugs Avoid driving under the influence of alcohol or drugs. Use of seat-belt reduces the chance of injury and severity of injury in case of an accident. 84 . This will impair your control of the car and increase the risk of injury to yourself and others.DRIVING DRIVING SAFETY Seat Belt Seat-belts are life saving equipment. sleepy. It is advicable to switch off the engine and shift gear lever in Low Forward Gear before parking the car facing uphill steep slope and in reverse gear when facing down hill. This could divert your attention from the road and result in an accident. Avoid using mobile phones while driving a car. It is strongly recommended that all the car occupants always wear seat-belts when car is in motion. Long distance driving can tire you very much and fatigue can dull your reflexes and judgment.
(Refer tyre maintenance section) Proper Driving Practices : Keep a safe distance from other cars to avoid braking suddenly. 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th GETTING STARTED Fuel economy speeds : Gear TDi 20 30 40 50 60 Speed (kmph) Quadrajet 20 30 30 50 70 Safire 20 30 40 60 70 85 . if you have to wait for more than a minute. Always maintain clean air-filter: The amount of air supplied will reduce due to clogged air-filter. 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. e. NOTICE Do not rest your foot on the clutch pedal. leading to wastage of fuel. Avoid unnecessary deceleration (stopping or slowing down) and then acceleration which uses more fuel. At Traffic Signals.Fuel Saving Tips FRIENDLY TIPS TO IMPROVE FUEL ECONOMY : Your car's fuel economy is mainly dependent on your style of driving. It does not allow full engine power to be transmitted to the car and reduces clutch life.g. Avoid incorrect tyre pressure : Under-inflated tyres result in increased running resistance of the tyres. resulting in wastage of fuel due to incomplete combustion. use the following driving suggestions. To operate your car as economically as possible. Avoid Excessive Idling : Stop the engine and start it again.
3. The above precautions will ensure satisfactory life and performance from the turbocharger. Do not press accelerator pedal while starting the engine to avoid damage to turbocharger. NOTICE After starting TDi / Quadrajet engine. Check & adjust seat Ensure that all doors are locked properly Fasten seat belt properly Ensure that all gauges and indicators lights are working. If the engine does not start turn the key to off position and try after 30 seconds. Press the clutch pedal fully. 86 . for oncoming traffic. Ensure gear lever is in neutral. Switch on the indicator signal before turning to park. run the engine in idle condition for atleast 30 seconds and then switch off. Now crank the engine. till its speed is fully reduced and also allow the unit to cool down. Check that an items that you may be carrying inside. are fully secured. This will allow the engine oil to lubricate the turbocharger. Remove the key from the ignition switch. D. run the engine in idle speed for at least 30 seconds. Insert the key in steering cum ignition lock and turn it to ‘ON’ position. 4. Apply the parking brake. put on the parking lights if required. Place wheel chocks at the wheels if parked on a slope. Switch on side indicator signal when getting into main stream of traffic. 5. Parking : Park the car in a safe place. At night. Before driving off check in the rear view mirror. 2. Check for blind areas being unobstructed in front and rear of the car. Release the parking brake. Saterting & Stopping The Engine Stopping the Engine : Before switching off the TDi / Quadrajet engine. Preparing to Drive : Release the parking brake.DRIVING Starting the Engine : Before starting 1. Ensure that all window glasses are closed and all lamps are turned ‘OFF’.
Idling the engine for long duration must be avoided Before you shift to reverse gear. While shifting the gears. Do not shift into reverse gear when the car is moving forward. it is recommended to shift at the speeds given in the table. place the gear lever in the ‘1st’ position. Running-in Period Avoid rapid acceleration and prolonged high speed running of the engine while using the new car for the first 1500-1800 km of operation. Do not exceed the following road speeds during running in period. place the gear lever in the ‘Neutral’ position. Gear 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th TDi 20 30 50 80 90 (kmph) Quadrajet Safire 20 20 30 30 50 50 80 80 90 90 GETTING STARTED You can get extra braking from the engine when slowing down by shifting to a lower gear. Do not leave children unsupervised in the car When parking on level ground.Running-In Period CAUTION Do not leave the key inside the car. bring your car to a complete stop and depress the clutch pedal fully. This can help you to maintain a safe speed and prevent your brakes from overheating while going down a steep hill. 87 . CAUTION Avoid excessive revving up of engine rpm. place the gear levre in ‘Reverse’ position. When parking on uphill gradiant. When parking on a downhill gradiant.
for fail safe braking. However. Constant application of brakes while going down the hill builds heat and reduces braking efficiency. The system is designed with diagonal split type. It is best to have your car towed. CAUTION Brake system failure is very hazardous. Do not ride with brakes applied as they may overheat and the performance may be impaired. Tandem Master Cylinder. but if you drive the car in this condition. Apply the brakes moderately to feel that they are normal. apply them gently and frequently until they do. Auto adjusted rear brakes which are designed for trouble free performance. At the same time brake indication light would glow on dash board. The brake lights may confuse the other road users behind you. If you observe any abnormality in brake system contact your nearest TATA Motors authorized workshop. . diagonal split vacuum assisted hydraulic brake system. slow down the car by shifting to lower gear and lifting your foot from the accelerator pedal. Pull the side of the road as soon as it is safe. Check your brakes after driving through deep water. With wet brakes you should be extra cautious and alert while driving.DRIVING Brakes : The brake system on your car is an advanced dual circuit. for efficient energy absorption. which has an advantage of providing maximum braking even if one circuit fails. Put your foot on brake pedal to apply brake. in such a situation. In case of failure of vacuum supply to the brake booster the car can still be stopped with a higher pedal effort.Have your car attended immediately. It is equipped with: Brake booster : This assists the driver in braking with an ergonomic pedal force on brake pedal. the pedal will be harder to press and stopping distance will 88 Braking increase. If not. Use engine to assist the brakes by shifting to a lower gear and lifting your foot from accelerator pedal. Single pot calipers. be extremely cautious. In case of vacuum failure or brake circuit failure.
If at all the situation demands that you have to drive through water then. the lubricants will have to be replaced. Check brakes. Your car’s engine may get seriously damaged if attempted to drive through deep water. Do not attempt to start the engine if car gets flooded due to water. Maintain a speed such that you can stop within illuminated distance of head lamps. Night Driving : Dip the head lamp for oncoming traffic during night driving. steering and windows. Keep lights ON if visibility is poor. After driving through water apply brakes several times to dry liners and to regain original braking. gearbox or transfer case. Keep engine in fast idling and crawl the car in low gear. 89 .Driving in Adverse Condition Driving Through Water : Tow the car to a safe place. For slowing down. Driving on a Rainy Day : GETTING STARTED Avoid harsh braking and sharp turns. Get the starter and alternator checked.Check tyres for wear and tyre pressure. If water has entered the engine. shift to lower gears and brake gently. Take the car to nearest TATA authorised workshop to check entry of water in cylinders. It may cause loss of control and lead to a skid. Never venture to drive through water when it flows over stones on a bridge. Check wiper blades for proper functioning.
If unavoidable. Apply power smoothly so that there is no loss of traction by over-revving of the engine. Changing gears in the middle of the climb can cause loss of momentum and engine stalling.DRIVING Use head lamp main/dip beam to alert other road users on turns/cross roads etc. Brake application under such situations should be done very smoothly to avoid loss of control. possibly resulting in tipping over. Climbing Sharp Gradients on Loose Surfaces : 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. Use side indicators for lane change or turning. The danger is in loss of traction and sideways slippage. thereby providing increased grip. Use engine braking judiciously without over-revving the engine. • Put on hazard warning switch in case of hazardous parking or if your car is disabled to warn the passing traffic. shift into appropriate gear. make a quick shift to reverse and allow the car to move back with the control of engine compression. If the wheels start to slip within few feet of the end of the climb. If the car stalls or losses headway while climbing a steep hill. Never move the car diagonally across a hill. choose as mild an angle as possible and keep the car moving. Select appropriate gear so that gear changing or clutch disengagement is not involved while descending the gradient. . Start off smoothly in any suitable gear. motion can be maintained by swinging the steered wheels left and right. Shifting to a lower gear has to be done cautiously to avoid loss of traction. 90 Driving in Adverse Condition Descending Sharp Gradients : Depending on the severity of the gradient.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Advance Warning Triangle Hazard Warning Switch If You Have A Flat Tyre Starting The Engine With Jump Lead Towing The Car 91 .
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Advance Warning Triangle Warning Triangle & hazard Warning 4) Increase the distance to 150 meters on a highway or if a hill top / poor vision obscures the view. Get it rectified immediately. There is an advance warning triangle provided along with your car. CAUTION If lights do not blink or blink rapidly. Press the hazard warning switch (red knob) on the left side of the dash board. all side indicator lights will flash simultaneously to warn the . Depress the knob again to switch 'OFF' the hazard function. In case there is a breakdown and / or the car has to be parked at the side of the road. 3) The triangle must be at least 50 meters behind the car in the same lane of traffic. it is an indication of problem in the blinker electrical system or the indicator bulb at front or rear has fused. this triangle is to be used as per instructions given below: 1) Remove advance warning triangle from rear seat pocket and assemble. Hazard Warning Switch : other road users about any hazardous condition of the car. This can be operated without ignition 'ON'. 2) Place the triangle on the road behind the car where it is stranded. 92 Use Hazard Warring lights besides advance warning triangle in case of breakdown specially during night time and car has to be parked at the side of the road or if the car is being operated in adverse conditions.
first match the slot at the wheel cover with the air feeling nozzle of the wheel. Move cautiously off the road to safe place away from traffic. For installation. Turn on Hazard warning switch. Take out the tool kit. Unscrew and remove retaining bolt at the centre. 93 . Park the car on a level and firm ground. Removal of wheel cap : Insert a piece of cloth between the spokes of the wheel cover and pull cover outward. Lift and take out the spare wheel. Apply parking brake and engage 1st gear.If You Have A Flat Tyre IF YOU HAVE A FLAT TYRE Reduce car speed gradually keeping it is a straight line. first fold in and lift up the floor cover. Apply equal pressure at the circumference of the wheel cover to fix it in the wheel rim. Take out detached wheel cover from the wheel rim. jack and handle from the car which is kept in the luggage compartment. Keep advance-warning triangle at least 50 meters behind the car as an indication of breakdown. Open the tail door to take out the spare wheel. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Removal of Spare wheel Spare wheel is located in the luggage compartment.
Roll the spare wheel into position and align the holes in the wheel with studs. Slowly lift the car with the help of jack handle.Rear Spare Wheel CAUTION Do not lift the car with some one inside. please read the instructions on the sticker provided on the jack. The jacking points are located approximately 185 mm from the front wheel and 260 mm from the rear. Jacking point . This may cause a personnel injury. Set the jack properly at correct jack point as shown for front or rear wheel. Do not start or run the car while supported by a jack. Raise the car only high enough to remove and change the flat tyre. Reinstall the wheel nuts (taper end inward) and tighten them as much as you can by hand. (Do not remove the flat tyre at this stage).Front Before using the jack. Remove wheel-mounting nuts and take out flat tyre. . Do not carry any other work under a car that is supported by a jack. 94 Jacking point .IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Changing flat tyre Block the wheel which is diagonally opposite to the flat tyre Take out wheel cover if fitted (Refer: Wheel cover removal in TYRE INSPECTION ) and loosen the wheel mounting nuts of flat tyre.
Apply hand brake. 95 • • • • • • • . • Make sure that the battery IN CASE OF EMERGENCY providing the jump start has the same voltage as the battery in your car (12 V). fabrics or painted surfaces. Starting the Engine with Jump Leads : The engine with a discharged battery can be started by transferring electrical power from the battery of another car. Place the flat tyre at spare wheel location as described. CAUTION Do not allow battery electrolyte to come in contact with eyes. The fluid contains sulphuric acid which can cause injury and severe damage. Do not lean over the battery during jump starting. Switch off all unnecessary electrical loads. This may be dangerous as any deviation from the following instructions could lead to personal injury resulting from any battery explosion. Do not allow the terminals of one lead to touch those of the other lead. To lessen the risk of injury. Do not disconnect the discharged battery from the car. Do not connect the lead to the negative terminal of the discharged battery. wear eye protection when working near any battery. Press fit the wheel cover back (if fitted). as well as damage to the electrical systems in both cars. Restore all the tools and jack at their respective location. The voltage and capacity are given on the batteries. Get the punctured tyre repaired at the earliest. Wear rubber gloves. Keep the gearshift lever in neutral. Its capacity must be approximately the same as the original battery capacity. CAUTION Check and correct the tyre pressure and nut tightness of the changed wheel as per recommendation at nearest service station. The connection of the -ve lead point should be as far away from the discharged battery as possible and close to the starter motor on engine/transaxle. to avoid risk of contact. skin. Lower the jack completely and tighten the wheel nuts one by one using wheel spanner.Starting The Engine With Jump Leads Spare Wheel contd.
IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Route the leads so that they do not get caught by the rotating parts in the engine compartment. use the parking brake to control the car. Alternatively. Switch ‘ON’ the hazard warning signals of both the cars to warn other road users. • Towing the Car : • • • For towing a car. the best way is to use a wrecker. Front and Location : Towing The Car Rear Tow Hook • • Tow Hook Location at Front • • Tow Hook Location at Rear 96 . After starting. Avoid using a flexible cable or rope as your car may crash into the car towing your car when it stops suddenly. keep the engine idling so that power steering assistance and brake vacuum are available. Where possible. Limit the speed to 20-30 kmph. use a rigid tow bar. • The engine of the car providing the jump start can be allowed to run during starting. In case of brake failure. allow both engines to idle for approximately 3 minutes with the leads still connected. Attempts to start the engine of the car with the discharged battery should be made at intervals of one minute and should not last more than 15 seconds.
Engine Oil Level. Improperly done ‘do-it. Please be careful while personally inspecting / maintaining the car as it may cause damage to the car and may be unsafe. Inspection. All inspections and adjustments must be made by a qualified technician. Washer Fluid Level. CAR MAINTENANCE FOR OWNER Routine Service We highly recommend that these items be inspected at least once a week.Routine Service This manual will help you to understand your car. Battery. If you’re unsure about any servicing or maintenance procedure. Several mantenance procedures can be done only by a qualified service technician with special tools. Engine coolant Level. You can be seriously injured while performing some maintenance procedures. We strongly recommend that all servicing related to these systems be done by a TATA authorised dealer/TASC. Do not tamper with them. The ignition and fuel systems are extremely important in view of emission control and for efficient engine operation. Brake Fluid Level. If you lack sufficient knowledge and experience or the proper tools and equipment to do the work. 97 .yourself’ maintenance during the warranty period may affect warranty coverage. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY WARNING Maintenance procedures: Performing maintenance work on a car can be dangerous. Similarly the brake system for safety. Power steering fluid level. have it done by qualified technician. Tyre inflation pressure. Do it Yourself Service Improper or incomplete service may result in problems. maintenance of the car should be handled by professionals only. have it done by a TATA Authorized Dealer / TASC.
PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING Engine Clutch Transaxle Brakes Steering Suspension Electrical Air Conditioning Wipers 99 .
loose or dirty battery connections Air in the fuel system Service lamp glowing EMS fuse blown In-Tank Pump not working (Quadrajet) 3. Engine cranks but does not start 4.C. refrigerant circuit Battery not getting charged due to loose belt drive • Get battery checkedand/or changed • Clean and tighten battery connections • Crank Engine for 10 sec. PROBLEM OBSERVED ENGINE (DIESEL) 1. In normal case. Engine not cranking Dead battery. check and correct leakages • Get the hose replaced • Add oil • Fit the radiator cap correctly • Get defect rectified • Get defect rectified • Get defect rectified • Get defect rectified • Check for Belt Failure (for Quadrajet) • Replace if broken CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN 2. NO. Charging indicator continuously remains ‘ON’ 100 . condensers fans not working Brakes binding Electric fan not working High delivery pressure in A.(Quadrajet) • Check leakages • Get defect rectified • Replace the fuse • Check power supply to pump • Check pump delivery flow and pressure • Top up coolant. Engine overheats Coolant level low Hose collapse / torn Low engine oil level Radiator cap not sealing properly A.C.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING Engine (These tips are given for your guidance and preliminary jobs to be done in an emergency situation. the problems should be attended in an Authorised Workshop by following the repair procedures given in Workshop Manual) SR.
NO. Does not accelerate Belt squeal (for Quadrajet) Accelerator pedal module defective Loose belt Belt glazed ENGINE (PETROL) 1. Engine overheats . condenser fan not working Brakes binding Electric fan not working High delivery pressure in A. 7.C.C. coolant leakages Hose collapsed/torn Low engine oil level Cap not sealing properly A. Check power supply to pump Check pump delivery flow and pressure Check for Inertia switch and keep it ON Get defect rectified Get belt tension adjusted Get belt replaced 6.Engine SR. refrigerant circuit • • • • • • • • • • • • Get battery checked and/or changed Jump start using another battery Clean & tighten connections Replace the fuse Check and correct leakages Top up coolant Get the hose replaced Add oil Fit the auxiliary water tank capcorrectly Get defect rectified Get defect rectified Get defect rectified Get defect rectified 101 2. Engine not cranking Dead battery. loose or improper battery/electrical connections Engine stop solenoid fuse blown Coolant level low. Poor pickup PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING CAUSE Loose contact of connectors Blocked fuel filter Clogged air filter EGR malfunctioning In-Tank Pump not working (for Quadrajet) ACTION TO BE TAKEN • • • • • • • • • • • Get defect rectified. PROBLEM OBSERVED 5. Clean/replace fuel filter element Clean / replace the element Get checked and corrected Check for loose pipes and connections.
7. Poor pickup 4. and/or oil pump faulty Engine ACTION TO BE TAKEN • • • • • • • • • • • • • Clean it Get it rectified Get it rectified Check accelerator pedal module Remove the air Clean / Replace the element Clean / Replace the element Get it rectified Get it rectified Check accelerator pedal module Replace Get belt replaced Do not run the engine extensively. No fuel Fuel filter chocked Inertia Switch tripped off • • • • • • • 102 . Low engine oil pressure indicator 'ON' when engine is running even though engine oil level is within maximum/ minimum marking Engine not cranking Engine cranks but does not start Discharged battery. 3.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR. Does not accelerate 5. NO. Take the car to the nearest Authorised Service outlet & get the fault rectified Get battery changed / charged Clean & tighten battery connections Get the unleaded fuel filled Get the fuel filter replaced Check fuse for fuel pump & EMS Reset Inertia switch Remove air from air bleeding valve on fuel rail. Loose or dirty battery connections. 6. PROBLEM OBSERVED CAUSE Radiator fins clogged Radiator water passage clogged Thermostat defective Accelerator Pedal Air in the fuel system Clogged fuel filter Clogged air filter Clutch slipping/out of adjustment Brakes grabbing Accelerator Pedal Fuel filter choked Belt glazed Pressure transducer faulty.
PROBLEM OBSERVED CLUTCH 1. Clutch does not get disengaged Clutch pedal goes too low Clutch pedal return sluggish PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING CAUSE Air in the hydraulic system Less fluid in the master cylinder Air in the hydraulic system Less fluid in the master cylinder Blocking of vent in brake fluid bottle Worn/damaged grooves on shifter shaft Worn shift fork or synchroniser sleeve Weak or damaged detent springs Worn bearings on input shaft or layshaft Worn dog teeth on sleeve and gear Inadequate lubricant Inadequate clutch pedal travel Distorted or broken clutch disc Damaged clutch pressure plate Worn synchrocones Worn dog teeth on sleeve or gear Distorted shift shaft/linkages Inadequate or insufficient lubricant Damaged or worn bearing(s) Damaged or worn gear(s) Damaged or worn synchroniser parts ACTION TO BE TAKEN • • • • • Bleed the system Get clutch fluid filled Bleed the system Get clutch fluid filled Open the cap from the bottle and clean the breather hole. Gears slipping out of mesh • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 2. Hard shifting 3. NO.Clutch & Transaxle SR. if clogged Replace Replace Replace Replace Replace sleeve and gear Replenish Adjust Replace Replace clutch cover/disc Replace Replace sleeve or gear Replace Replenish Replace Replace Replace TRANSAXLE 1. 2. 3. Noise 103 .
Air in the system Malfunction of automatic adjuster Vacuum leakage Brake fluid contamination Brake fluid. bleed the system. PROBLEM OBSERVED BRAKES 1. oil or water on pad /drum Worn brake lining/pad Excessive worn drums at rear soft or weak hose 2.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR. 3. NO. Brake grab • Get correctly adjusted • Clean the hole on the container 104 . Clean pad/lining. replace seals if leaking • Get the liners/pad replaced • Replace rear drums • Check and replace • Bleed the system • • • • • • Clean the pad lining Get the shoe pad replaced Tighten the bolts Adjust Adjust Get the brake line cleaned and bleed the system CAUSE 4. grease. Poor brakes Insufficient brake fluid. Spongy pedal Brake pulling to one side Air in the system Oil on the lining/pad One side shoe (pad) worn Loose brake anchor plate Wheel adjustment disturbed Unequal tyre pressure One side brake pipe clogged Improperly adjusted parking brake Brake fluid container breather hole clogged Brakes ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Get the brake fluid filled • Bleed the system • Check and rectify auto adjuster mechanism or replace • Rectify the leakage • Replace the brake fluid • Replace the leaking line.
• • • • • Replace Clean or replace lining/pad Install correct lining/pad Replace Get corrected No brake pedal free play/brake pedal not returning fully Defective tandem master cylinder Brake light switch over tightened 5. PROBLEM OBSERVED CAUSE PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Adjust brake pedal Check clevis pin • Replace/rectify tandem master cylinder • Set brake light switch. Hard steering For power steering .Steering & Suspension SR. NO. Abnormal or excessive tyre wear Tyre out of balance Steering geometry disturbed Tyres not adequately inflated Wobbly wheel or tyre • Check balance and/or adjust if required • Adjust steering geometry • Adjust tyre pressure • Replace wheel or tyre 105 • Get the recommended fluid topped up to correct level • Get the air removed by bleeding the system • Correct tyre pressure as per recommendation • Get the belt correctly adjusted .Less fluid in the power steering reservoir. Brake Squeal Defective brake lining/pad Glazed lining/pad Wrong lining/pad Shoe return spring broken Front pads /Antisqueal shims rubbing on the disc STEERING 1. Air in the system For mechanical steeringless tyre pressure Loose pump belt SUSPENSION 1.
No lights on the dash board after turning on the ignition key 106 . tie rod or drive shaft joints Replace pad Repair mounting or replace struts Replace Tighten wheel nuts Tighten suspension bolts or nuts Replace Lubricate or replace strut bearings 2.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR. 4. lower ball joints. Abnormal noise from front end • • • • • • • 3. suspension arm. sticky or loose tie rod ends. PROBLEM OBSERVED CAUSE Defective tyre Hub play not proper Brake grabbing Excessive braking Worn.tie rod in side ball joints or drive shaft joints Warning noise for pad wear Damaged struts or mounting Worn suspension arm bushings Loose wheel nuts Loose suspension bolts or nuts Broken or damaged wheel bearing Poorly lubricated or worn strut bearings Excessive hub play Loose caliper housing bolts Faulty struts Over loaded Faulty struts Battery terminal disconnected Battery completely dead Electrical ACTION TO BE TAKEN • • • • • Replace tyre Adjust hub play Check and rectify Modify driving habit Replace tie rod end. NO. Ride too soft / bumpy Suspension bottoms • Adjust • Check & tighten • Replace strut • Check loading • Replace struts • Get the battery properly connected • Get the battery charged • Get the alternator and charging circuit checked • Check for parking lamp fuse ELECTRICAL 1.
Foreign matter has attached to the blade or • Clean the edgeof the blade. replace it. Air flow normal and compressor operating Obstruction at evaporator inlet Air leak Faulty thermostat Incorrect refrigerant quantity or defect in system aggregates • Replace fuse and correct any wiring short • Properly connect poor connections • Replace motor if no conductance • Replace resistor block if defective connection at resistor. If streaks still appear. head lamps. in the mounting ACTION TO BE TAKEN • • • • Replace the fuse if blown Get the connection properly tightened Tighten the relay correctly Get the defective component replaced from Authorised Workshop AIR CONDITIONING 1. WIPERS 1. • Replace switch • Clean evaporator • Correctly seal • Adjust or replace thermostat • Get the defect rectified at nearest authorised service centre 3. fuel tank flap. wiper and washer etc. blade edge of the blade is worn out 107 .Air Conditioning & Wiper SR. Fan motor does not operate Blown fuse Faulty connection Faulty motor Faulty or poor Faulty fan switch 2. PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING CAUSE Blown fuse in the circuit Loose connectors Circuit relay loose Defective components PROBLEM OBSERVED Non functioning electrical accessories such as power windows. 2. Narrow streaks are left on the wind shield making it hard to see. NO. Motor operates but air flow is minimum Insufficient cooling.
If jumping persists replace the blade. noisily and bounces. Wiper ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Clean the wind shield. leaving a large unwiped surface. The wipe leaves large un-wiped spots. NO. Rubber deformed Deformed wiper blade / arm 3. 2. • Replace the blade • Replace wiper blade / arm 108 . 4. PROBLEM OBSERVED The wiper blade jumps across the windshield and makes a lot of noise CAUSE No proper contact of wiper blade with wind shield glass and wiper blade does not move smoothly across the surface but vibrates.PRELIMINARY TROUBLE SHOOTING SR. The blade does not contact with the wind shield surface evenly.
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE Bulb Specification Fuses & Relays Bulb Replacement 109 .
5W 12V . 21W 12V . 10W 12V . 5W 12V . 55W 12V . 5W 12V . 5W 12V . 21W 12V . 21W 12V . 5W Type H1 H7 W5W PY21 H3 W5W BA 15d Dual PY21 BA15S BA15S W5W W5W Festoon Bulb W5W W16W W5W Bulb Specification Quantity 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 1 2 1 1 110 . 55W 12V . 21/5W 12V .No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 Description High Beam Low Beam Parking Lamp Front Turn Signal Front Fog Lamp Position Lamp Stop + Position Lamp Rear Turn Signal Reverse Lamp Rear Fog Lamp Rear Registration Plate Lamp Side Repeater Lamp Roof Lamp Roof Spot Lamp High Mounted Stop Lamp Load Area Lamp Rating 12V .ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE BULB SPECIFICATION : Sr. 16W 12V . 21W 12V . 5W 12V . 55W 12V .
Fuses & Relays ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE TDi / Quadrajet / Safire ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX (A) 111 .
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE Fuses & Relays Quadrajet ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX (B) TDi ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX (B) 112 .
ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSE BOX (B) 113 .Fuses & Relays ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE Safire .
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE Fuses & Relays FUSE BOX .CABIN ( Quadrajet / TDi / Safire ) 114 .
115 5 . Remove the dust cover at the back of Headlamp Fig.2. Press and release the bulb retaining spring Fig. body oil could cause the bulb to heat unevenly and explode when lit. Halogen bulbs can break if the glass portion is touched with bare hands. Disconnect the electrical connector Fig. ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE 1 2 3 4 Procedure : Make sure light stalk is in’ OFF’ position and bulb is not hot. 3.1. Always keep halogen bulbs out of the reach of children. will explode causing serious injury by the flying glass. WARNING Handling Halogen Bulbs: It is dangerous if a halogen bulb breaks.3. Never touch the glass portion of the bulb with your bare hands and always wear eye protection when handling or working around halogen bulbs. Swing the retaining spring out to free the headlight bulb from the socket by pulling it straight back. Headlight bulb can be replaced without even disturbing or removing the entire headlight unit. 5. 2. These bulbs contain pressurized gas and if broken. 4. 1. Lift the engine bonnet to access the headlight bulb.Bulb Replacement Bulb Replacement : Replacing the Headlight Bulb : Your car ’s headlights have replaceable halogen bulbs.
4. Bulb Replacement 116 . Lift the engine bonnet. 5. The parking bulb is located below the Headlamp bulb on the assembly. 8. Carefully remove the parking bulb from the socket by pulling it straight back. Replace the bulb. Make sure lighting stalk is in ‘OFF’ position. 4. Replace the bulb. 6.ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE 7. 3. 9. Replacing the Parking Bulb : 1. Install in the reverse order of removal. Pull the bulb holder from the socket. Install in the reverse order of removal. 2. Carefully remove the headlight bulb from the socket Fig.
ELECTRICAL MAINTENANCE 1 2 3 4 117 . Make sure lighting stalk is in ‘OFF’ position. Take out the entire tail lamp assy. 2. Replace the bulb. 2 & 3) 6. (Fig. 7. 5. Carefully remove the fused bulb from the socket by rotating and pulling it. Remove the bolts (2 nos) holding the tail lamp cluster using a spanner. Please refer the pictures. Install in the reverse order of removal. Open the tail gate. 4. 3. by disconnecting the connector. Replacing Reversing light lamp Bulb : Replace the reverse light bulb by following the procedure just similar to “Replacing tail lamp bulb”.Bulb Replacement Replacing Tail Lamp Bulb: 1. Rotate and pull out the socket with bulb to be replaced.
Paint Care 119 .CAR CARE CAR CARE Washing & Cleaning Polishes Wiper Care General Precautions Proper Parking Washing Your Car Waxing Tips .
After drying the Car. These conditions demand regular care of the Car body. road conditions. grease. Cleaning of Carpets : Vacuum clean the carpet regularly to remove dirt. NOTICE Avoid wiping of painted surface in dry condition as it may leave scratches on the painted surface. bird droppings. Dirt. 120 Washing & Cleaning Use a soft bristle brush. Washing : Do not wash the Car in direct sunlight. This is to prevent malfunction / failure of electrical systemdue to water ingress. When you have washed the whole exterior. They normally contain mild abrasives and solvents that remove the top layer of the finish coat. inspect it for chips and scratches that could allow corrosion to start. Mix Car shampoo in the wash water. Periodically shampoo the carpet to keep it looking new. Follow the instructions that come with the cleaner.CAR CARE CAR CARE : Your Car is subjected to many external influences such as climate. wash in shade. Keep the carpeting as dry as possible by not adding water to the foam. oil. fuel and stone chippings should be removed as soon as possible. industrial pollution and proximity to the sea. Apply touch up paint where necessary. thinners) need to be used. Polishes : Polishes and cleaners can restore shine to the painted surface that has oxidised and become dull. Dirt will make the carpet wear out faster. Apply it with a sponge or soft brush. dry it with a chamois or soft cloth. sponge or soft cloth and rinse it frequently while washing. WARNING Do not direct high pressure washer fluid/ water jets (Pressure above 0. if the finish does not regain its original shine after using wax. .5 Bar) at electrical devices and connecter during wasing. Spray the Car thoroughly with a cold water jet (Car on a washing pit or hoist). Use carpet cleaners (preferably foam type). Polish your Car. insects. No solvent (fuel.
PROPER CLEANING : In order to protect your car from corrosion it is recommended that you wash your car thoroughly and frequently in case : 1. Clean and protect the shiny metal parts using commercially available special compounds. Cover the Car with a cloth or perforated plastic sheet. 11. Wiper Care : FOR CHATTERING and NOISY PROBLEMS CAR CARE Wiper blade attack angle on windshield glass should be 900 i. 5. 10.Wiper care Cleaning of Windows. Park the Car in covered. iron dust and other chemical pollutants. Use a soft cloth or paper towels to clean all glass and plastic surfaces. Front and Rear Glasses : Clean the windows inside and outside with commercially available glass cleaners. Do not drain the engine cooling system. Do not use sheets of imperforated plastic as they do not allow moisture on the Car body to evaporate.e. FOLLOWING GUIDELINES WILL HELP YOU TO PROTECT YOUR CAR FROM CORROSION EFFECTIVELY. 4. 3. Check the gap between arm strip and glass. Clean and protect the painted parts using protective wax. Sprinkle talcum powder on the rubber windscreen wiper and lift them off the glass. 6. This will remove the haze that builds up on the inside of windows. 121 Windshield Glass OK NOT OK . It is driven in areas having high atmosphere pollution due to smoke. perpendicular. Inflate the tyres to 0. dust. 7. Non use maintenances : 1. dry and if possible well-ventilated premises. There is an heavy accumulation of dirt and mud especially on the underbody.5 bar above the normal specified pressure and check it at regular intervals. Make sure the hand brake is not engaged. Check the battery charge every six weeks. 9. Engage a gear. 2. soot. 3. It is driven in coastal areas. 8. Slightly open the windows. 2 Remove the battery terminal cables (first remove the cable from the negative terminal). Remove wiper blade and root wiper arm on windshield glass in the centre position.
please wear soft gloves . HAND WASH : 1. In addition to regularly washing your car. 3. Further tips for the care of your new car finish : If your car is washed in an automatic car wash. 2. wrist watch while washing. Avoid substances like petrol. Inspect mud liners for damages. WASHING YOUR CAR : Following these tips while washing your car. 5. Keep all drain holes clear from clogging. 3. Remove finger rings. unfiltered washing water or 122 . 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. The underbody must be thoroughly pressure washed after every three months. please remember that the paint can be scrathed by type of brushes. Wash with mild car wash soap like ‘Car Shampoo’ and use a soft 100% cotton cloth to avoid scratches. Rinse all surfaces thoroughly to prevent any traces of soap and other cleaners as this may lead to the formation of stains on the painted surface later. 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. as these defects tend to accelerate corrosion. 1. benzene or other solvents that cause damage to paint. 4. PERIODIC INSPECTION : 1. diesel.CAR CARE 4. WAXING : Waxing and polishing is recommended to maintain the gloss and wet-look appearance of your paint finish. 7. 2. use turpentine or cleaners like ‘Stain remover’ which are safe for paint surfaces. 2. Always wash your car in shade and the surface is at room temperature. kerosene. Re-wax your car when the water does not slip off the surface and collects over the surface in patches. To remove stubborn stains and contaminants like tar. Dry your car thoroughly to prevent any damp spots. the following precautions need to be taken. To avoid scratches. General Precautions 6. Use a good quality polish and wax for your car. nails.
Avoid wiping the area as far as possible. oil. 7. 8. as the possibility of paint chip off 123 . 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. Hence avoid parking your car near trees. The paint finish is susceptible to damage in case petrol. 4. 3. Always wash your car in shade. The acid content in bird droppings may damage the newly painted finish and hence any bird dropping must be immediately washed off. Scrathing reduces paint durability and gloss. liquid from car battery. If you are driving on freshly tarred road. avoiding direct exposure to sunlight during washing. 5. however if wiping is required. especially on darker colours. check immediately afterwards for any stains and clean them. Avoid using sharp objects to scrap off tar or mud from a painted surface as it may develop scratches or may 1. Please take precautions : the following due to the impact of stones is high. External contamination in the form of sap or industrial fall-out may mar or develop spots on a new finish. In case of such a spillage immediately rinse the CAR CARE affected area with water. Exposure to heat with entrapped moisture promotes corrosion. Always keep your car parked in a well ventilated shade. ensure that you wipe the area gently with soft cotton cloth. brake fluid. 6. antifreeze. which are known to drop sap. Avoid driving on gravel roads. Please do not use soap but a car shampoo recommended by your dealer.General Precautions the washing process itself. which give out heavy smoke. or near factories. transmission fluid or windshield solvent spills onto the painted surface. It is suggested to wash the car by hand with cool and clean water using a soft cloth or sponge. 2.
CAR CARE Various Environmental Hazards affecting paints : Environmental hazards destroy your car's finish. dust nibs etc and swirl marks from painted surface. The enemy : Ultraviolet Rays. Bird Droppings. Car Wash Chemicals. 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. orange peel. oxidation . Benefits of Car Exterior Enrichment : Removal of medium scratches. TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Opulent (Waxoyl brand) and M/s 3M for this world class treatment at affordable prices. This treatment is available in all authorized workshops. General Precautions 124 . Cleaning and dressing of tyres. Tree Sap. Acid Rain. Pollution. Road Salt. Restoration of original gloss levels UV protection after gloss is restored.
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE Opening & Closing the bonnet Engine Compartment Air Filter Engine Oil Level Engine Coolant Level Brake Fluid Level Power Steering Fluid level Fuel Filter Priming / Pear Pump Transaxle Oil Level Windshield Washer Carbon Canister (Petrol Engine) Catalytic Converter Spark Plug (Petrol Engine) Turbocharger (Diesel Engine) Intercooler (Diesel Engine) Tyres Battery Belt Tension 125 .
4. Pull the bonnet stay rod from its clip and insert the free end into the slot in the bonnet. Location of Bonnet release lever Bonnet release Lever 126 . Do not press the bonnet onto the bonnet lock. 2. To close the bonnet disengage the stay rod and clamp it properly. Ensure that the car is in neutral gear with the parking brake applied. Lift the bonnet up. Lower the bonnet and drop it from a short height to shut. The bonnet will pop up slightly. Opening & Closing The Bonnet Closing : 1. slide stay rod outward to secure. Raise the bonnet slightly and with your finger lift the secondary lock lever located under the bonnet centre. 2. Pull the bonnet release lever located under the right hand corner of the dash board. CAUTION Ensure that the bonnet is properly locked before driving. 3.MAINTENANCE Opening and Closing the Bonnet Opening: 1.
Engine Oil Filling Cap 7.Engine Compartment ENGINE COMPARTMENT . Intercooler 6. Radiator Pressure Cap 10.TDi MAINTENANCE 1. Power Steering Fluid Reservoir 2. Auxiliary Tank 127 . Wind shield washer container 4. Brake fluid reservoir 5. Air Filter 9. Battery 8. Dip Stick 3.
Dipstick 6. ECU 8. Power steering reservoir 3. Brake fluid reservoir 5. Battery 7. Wind shield washer container 4.QUADRAJET Engine Compartment 1. Auxiliary tank 128 . Engine Oil Filling Cap 2.MAINTENANCE ENGINE COMPARTMENT .
Power steering reservoir 5. Fuse Box 8. Dip Stick 3. ECU 7. Engine Oil Filling Cap 129 . Windshield washer container 4.Engine Compartment ENGINE COMPARTMENT .SAFIRE (65PS) MAINTENANCE 1. Brake fluid reservoir 6. Auxiliary tank 2. Air Filter 10. Battery 9.
Auxiliary tank 10.SAFIRE (90 PS) Engine Compartment 1. ABS HCU 3. Brake fluid reservoir 5. Windshield washer container 4. Power steering reservoir 2. ECU 9. Air Filter 11.MAINTENANCE ENGINE COMPARTMENT . Engine Oil Filling Cap 130 . Battery 8. Dip Stick 6. Fuse Box 7.
If the air cleaner element appears to be choked. it should be between ‘MIN’ and ‘MAX’ level. and reinsert if fully.Air Filter. For location of air filter. please refer respective Engine compartment pages. If not. Pull it out again and examine the oil level. a) When a car is driven under dusty conditions. Engine Oil Level & Engine Coolant level Air Filter : The air filter element should be periodically cleaned. please check the coolant level in radiator as follows : WARNING Do not remove radiator cap when engine is hot. Pull out the dipstick. 2. 3. replace it with a new one. Ensure engine and radiator are cool. if any in the cooling system. Turn the radiator cap anti clockwise (without pressing it) until it stops. b) Clogged air-cleaners lead to increased resistance to air intake which increases fuel consumption. even after cleaning. Replace the air filter element with a new one when air cleaner service indicator shows red band. This will relieve the pressure. Always use a genuine air filter element. The air filter is located on the LH side of the engine compartment. wipe it clean. MAINTENANCE Engine coolant level : Engine oil level checking : Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature. Remove the radiator cap by pushing down and turning anti clockwise. 131 . frequent cleaning and replacement of the air-cleaner element is necessary. For location of Engine oil filling cap & dip stick. 1. It should be in between maximum and minimum lines. blow off dust on the air cleaner element. It may spray hot coolant on you causing serious injuries. please refer respective Engine compartment pages. Turn it off and wait for 5 minutes for the oil to return to the oil pan Be sure the Car is on a level surface. If the No loss tank is completely empty. Check the coolant level in the radiator auxiliary tank. top up with recommended engine oil. Using low pressure compressed air.
Fuels. (Refer chapter . Brake Fluid Level & Power Steering Fluid Level Brake Fluid Level : The level of the brake fluid must be between the min. 132 . please contact the nearest TATA authorised Service outlet. wipe it off immediately. For location of Power Steering Fluid Container & filling cap . Add coolant into the auxiliary tank up to the high mark. NOTICE Topping of the coolant should be done in the auxiliary tank only. Radiator cap should not be removed. mark. For location of Brake Fluid Container & filling cap . If the level falls below the MIN. and max. In case of spillage. 6. Put the cap back. Coolant should be added if it is low. add recommended brake fluid. marks on the side of the brake fluid container. 5. If the level falls below the min. Do not allow brake fluid to make contact with the skin or eyes. and MAX. CAUTION Do not start the engine without oil in the power steering system. 2. The level of coolant should be upto the base of the filler neck. please contact the nearest Authorised Service outlet. Secure the radiator cap in its place. please refer respective Engine compartment pages. coolants and lubricants) In case of leakage or hard steering. coolants and lubricants) In case of spongy or hard pedal or low brake efficiency. mark. please refer respective Engine compartment pages. Do not allow brake fluid to splash or spill on the paint surface as it will damage the paint. 7. (Refer chapter Fuels. please refer respective Engine compartment pages. add recommended fluid.MAINTENANCE 4. CAUTION 1. on the auxiliary tank. marks on the side of the power steering fluid container. For location of Engine coolant container & filler cap. Do not allow dirt into power steering fluid reservoir during refilling or top up. Power Steering Fluid Level : The level of the power steering fluid must be between the MIN.
It also separates and stores water. Fuel Filter (Safire) 133 . ensure that there is no air in the fuel system. Priming Pump & Transaxle Oil Fuel Filter : Fuel filter separates dust particles from the fuel and allows clean fuel in to the common rail system. Before cranking the engine.Fuel Filter. OIL LEVEL PLUG B. Air is pumped out of the system using a priming pump / pear pump. Priming Pump / Pear pump : Transaxle Oil : MAINTENANCE A B TRANSAXLE A. DRAIN PLUG Priming/Pear pump (TDi) Fuel Filter (TDi) This is used for priming the fuel manually after overhauling the engine or after refitment of fuel lines or after changing the fuel filter.
The carbon canister stores these hydro-carbons from the fuel tank.MAINTENANCE WINDSHIELD WASHER : Windshield washer fluid container is located behind the front right hand side panel and its filler neck is provided near auxiliary tank in the engine compartment. Windshield Washer Fluid Level& Carbon Canister Carbon Canister (Safire): As petrol evaporates in the fuel tank. NOTICE Do not add detergent or any solvent in the windshield washing water. Air drawn through the carbon canister into the engine should be controlled to maintain exhaust emissions within desired limits as well as to ensure good driveability. For location of Windshield Washer Container & filling cap . 134 . please refer respective Engine compartment pages. Carbon canister is mounted above the fuel tank on the right hand side. hydrocarbons are discharged into the atmosphere.
(Use appropriate test equipment). • Long (not more than 10 sec. as the exhaust system is hot enough to initiate "FIRE". carpet etc. it may cause overheating of shell. Long idling (to warm-up). etc.) repeat (not more than 3 times) starting of the Vehicle. since use of Leaded Petrol will damage (poison) the Catalytic Converter permanently. after a cold start. such as dry leaves. If the vehicle is continuously run with misfiring. 135 . • A significant loss of Power is noticed. It is mandatory to use fuel of a recommended specifications. during diagnostic test. • Consult an Authorised Service Outlet at the earliest when. Investigate MAINTENANCE the cause for difficulty in starting & rectify the same. Pre-Coating / Painting of Catalytic Converter. (This will not save fuel). • Engine misfires or runs irregularly. following a cold start.Catalytic Converter Catalytic Converter : The catalytic converter is fitted on your car to reduce exhaust pollution. manually. Avoid • Push start or tow-starting the vehicle. The catalytic converter will quickly heat up after starting to ensure that it operates correctly during the warm up phase of the engine.. (Use jump leads). drive the car at slow speed without rapid acceleration. Care & Maintenance : • Use Unleaded Petrol only. Use of any other fuel can increase the pollutants. Idling the engine with any of the Spark Plug Cable disconnected. • In the event of above symptoms. resulting into fire. grass. following precaution should be taken for the effective functioning of the converter and to avoid damage to the Converter. Fuel tank getting almost empty. If the engine is running rough. The catalytic Converter does not require any special maintenance however. • • • • • Parking Warning : Avoid parking the vehicle over inflammable materials. Switching "off" the ignition when driving down the hill.
until a "click" sound is heard. Overtightening can damage the threads in the cylinder head. Pull out the spark plug cables by gripping at the connector.8 mm. 2. 3. 5. : ZKRTA-10 (60 PS) : ZKR7A-10 (90 PS) Spark Plug Gap: 1 + 0. Fit the spark plug cable. When carbon accumulates on the spark plug. Clean up any dirt or oil that is collected around the spark plug caps.MAINTENANCE SPARK PLUG (Petrol Engine) : : NGK Spark Plug Spark Plug No.05 mm 6.05 mm You should inspect the spark plugs periodically for carbon deposits. a strong spark will not be produced. Replace the spark plug if the gap is more than 1.2 mm. Check and adjust the gap. 4. Spark Plug Replacement : 1. 1 + 0. it should be 0. Remove carbon deposits using a spark plug cleaner. A loose spark plug or loose spark plug cable can affect combustion and cause damage to engine and catalytic converter. Remove the spark plug with the help of a special socket. 7. 136 Spark Plug CAUTION Tighten the spark plug carefully. Repeat the procedure for the other spark plugs. .7 mm to 0. Fix the spark plug and tighten it to the torque of 25 Nm (dry).
Check air inlet. Turbocharger Your car is fitted with a turbocharger. It makes use of thermal energy of engine exhaust gases to run a turbine which in turn drives a compressor to force air under pressure into the inlet manifold. Do not remove the turbocharger yourself. exhaust gas inlet and exhaust outlet connections as well as oil inlet and outlet connections to the turbocharger and tighten the connections where required.Turbocharger Turbocharger (Diesel Engine): Lubrication of Turbocharger : The turbocharger rotor assembly is supported by two fully floating bearing bushes in the bearing housing. Turbocharger is an efficient supercharging device used in our engine. If you suspect any malfunctioning of the turbocharger. take the vehicle to the nearest dealer. These bearing bushes are lubricated with finely filtered engine oil from the lubrication system of the engine. Proper maintenance of air filter. 137 . oil filter as well as use of correct grade of oil and adherence to oil change MAINTENANCE intervals is essential for proper functioning of the turbocharger. air outlet. Idle the engine for a while (one minute) after starting the engine and before stopping the engine to ensure adequate lubricating oil supply to the turbocharger. Turbocharger Connections : All turbocharger connections must be leak-proof.
Intercooler Intercooler (TDi) Hot air coming out of turbocharger flows through the intercooler and gets cooled before entering the intake manifold. when the engine is started after long storage. e) Fill the oil inlet hole of the turbocharger with clean engine oil. As such it does not require any maintenance however it can be cleaned externally (when it is not hot) by blowing compressed air through its fins. b) Specified engine oil and the oil filter should be used and should be changed regularly in accordance with Service Schedule. d) Check the engine breathing system and oil seperator. c) Check oil feed pipes. damage etc. 138 . return pipes. air intake and exhaust piping for leakages and restrictions. The intercooler is mounted on top of the cylinder head cover.MAINTENANCE Intercooler (Diesel): Maintenance recommendations : a) Check the boost pressure pipe for its proper fitment.
trapping of foreign objects in the treads and wear. handling. NOTICE Lower air pressure (30. Correct Tyre Tyre Wear Over inflation 2 3 Excessive Side Tread Wear Pressure Uniform Excessive Centre Tread Wear 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.9-2. They also cause uneven wear and more fuel consumption. Keeping the tyres properly inflated gives you the best combination of riding comfort. Recommended Tyre Pressures Veh Condition Unladen Wheels TYRE PRESSURE PSI Bar 30-35 28-32 2. Tyres are more prone to uneven wear and damage from road hazards. please refer to sticker on right hand side “B” pillar below the chassis number.1-2. For correct tyre pressure. CAUTION Every time you check inflation pressure. The higher value is recommended for getting better fuel economy and lower value is for better ride comfort. Under inflation 2. you should also examine tyres for damage.Tyres Tyres : 1 2 3 MAINTENANCE You should have your own tyre pressure gauge and use it at all times. FAW RAW 139 .4 1.2 Check for inflation and condition of your car tyres periodically. 1 1. 3. Inflation : Check the pressure in the tyres when they are cold. Under inflated tyres reduce your comfort in car handling and are prone to failures due to high temperature. The recommended tyre pressure is mentioned as a permissible range in which tyre pressure can be adjusted. tyre life and better fuel efficiency. 28 psi is recommended if you prefer riding comfort.
dirt. • Replace tyre if excessive tread wear or non uniform tyre wear is noticed.MAINTENANCE CAUTION • If you notice bumps or bulges in the tread or the side of the tyre. • If there are cuts. While fitting wheels on the car ensure that wheel pins are free from dust. Ensure that balancing weights are not disturbed during removal of tyres. scratches. Balance the wheel after every dismantling and assembly of tyre on the wheel rim. replace the tyre. etc. NOTICE Do not apply any oil on the wheel pins. replace the tyre. Check the balance weight prior to the removal of the tyre. Tyre Inspection 140 . splits or cracks in the side of the tyre. If found loose. Repairing a Tyre : Mark the tyre position suitably (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. Wipe off the oil if present. dents. mark its location on the rim and refit properly.
In case fault is suspected to be due to poor quality of tyres. take precautions not to damage tyre bead. may cause puncture or bursting of tyre. 141 . MAINTENANCE NOTICE Life and wear pattern of tyres depends on various parameters like tyre pressure. Tyre Rotation : To help increase tyre life and distribute wear more evenly you should have tyres rotated at specified intervals or earlier depending on the operation of car. While removing tyre from wheel rim and mounting it back on wheel rim. tyre rotation. Tubeless tyres are coated with impermeable layer of rubber from inside which holds the air inside the tyre. wheel balancing. Do not scratch inside of tubeless tyre with metallic or sharp object. load carried. If wheel rim gets damaged in service. driving habits. Running the car with damaged rim may cause deflation of tyre and subsequent dislodging of tyre from rim. in particular. tyre quality. etc.Care of Tubeless Tyres & Tyre Rotation Special care for tubeless tyres 1. Removal of this layer due to scratching may cause gradual loss of air and deflation. usage. Damage or cut on tyre bead may cause gradual loss of air and deflation of tyre. wheel alignment. The illustrations shows how to rotate tyres when normal spare wheel is included in tyre rotation. road conditions. etc. Maintain recommended inflation pressure. It also largely depends on car speed. Overinflation. get the wheel rim repaired/replaced immediately. 3. Use tyre removal and assembly machines. 4. 2. the same may be taken up with concerned tyre manufacturer.
Balancing & Battery Wheels of your car are balanced for better ride comfort and longer tyre life. Check and maintain tyre pressure periodically to obtain longer tyre life.MAINTENANCE Wheel alignment : Incorrect wheel alignment causes excessive and uneven tyre wear. Do not use more than one balance weight on one side. Relocate the tyre if the weight required to balance is more than 140 gm. Check wheel alignment at specified intervals.6 + 45’ 30’ + 30’ 0’ to -13’ Rear ---52’ + 10 12’ + 15’ Wheel Balancing : Wheel Alignment. Balance weights are available from 10 gms to 140 gms in steps of every 10 gms and from 15 gms to 135 gms in steps of every 10 gms. Permissible imbalance for tyre with rim = 250 gm-cm max. Wheel alignment values are given below : Front Caster Camber Toe in Toe Out 2. 1. 2. Total balance weight should be within 140 gms on each side. 142 . 5. 3. 4. Balancing needs to be done whenever tyre is removed from rim.
A spark or open flame can cause the battery to explode causing very serious injuries. If you need to connect the battery to a charger. It will bubble up and turn brown. 2. Getting electrolyte in your eyes or on the skin can cause severe burns. Clean the battery terminals with a terminal cleaning tool or wire brush. NOTICE During normal operation. 3. disconnect both cables to prevent damage to the car’s electrical system. Keep all sparks and open flames and smoking materials away from the battery. 4. coat the terminals with petroleum jelly. Check the battery for electrolyte level against the marking on the battery outer case. wash it off with plain water. Use a proper wrench to loosen and remove cables from the terminals. To remove it. Always disconnect the negative (-ve) cable first and reconnect it last. Wear protective clothing and a face MAINTENANCE shield or have a skilled technician to do the battery maintenance. Check the battery terminals for corrosion (a white or yellowish powder). Coat the terminals with petroleum jelly to prevent future corrosion. When this stops. Dry off the battery with a cloth or paper towel. the battery generates gas which is explosive in nature.Battery BATTERY : Check the battery for proper electrolyte level and corrosion on the terminals. Ensure that the battery securely mounted. 1. Reconnect and tighten the cables. The battery contains sulphuric acid (electrolyte) which is poisonous and highly corrosive in nature. 143 . cover the terminals with a solution of baking soda.
Never attempt to adjust the belt tension on your own. Belt Tension 144 . Examine the edges of the belt for cracks or fraying. If the belt tension is not proper or if you find belt slackness/ belt removed or brocken in your car.MAINTENANCE Belt Tension : Check the conditions of belts on the engine. get it attended at the nearest Authorised Service Outlet.
Lubricants & Coolants .Specifications Technical Specifications Vehicle Dimensions 145 .IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Co-branded Lubricants & Coolants Fuel.
COOLANTS .GL4 80EP Semi-Synthetic SAE 75W80 .Mobi-lube 1 SHC 75W80 CASTROL .HP Gear Oil XP 75W80 CASTROL .3 OR Higher grade Class II / JIS K2234 COMPANY AND BRAND CASTROL GTX Diesel HPCL .Castrol TQ DEX III HPCL .Castrol Syntro 75W80 GL4 EXXON Mobil .MILCY No. ANTI RUST and SOUND DEADENING COATS.Radicool HPCL .Universal Brake Fluid DOT 3 HPCL . WINDSCREEN SEALANT.5 Litres 3.2 Ltrs (Quadrajet) 2.Golden Cruiser Tata Genuine Brake Fluid DOT 3 QTY 5.Super 100 TM S-CCI .0 Litres BRAKE / CLUTCH FLUID SAE J 1703.HP Thanda Raja P CASTROL .GL4 ATF-A Dexron III TRANSAXLE ( QUADRAJET/ SAFIRE ) POWER STEERING OIL 2.HP SDBF DOT 3 S-CCI . HPCL .2 Ltrs (Safire 90PS) 5. DOT 3 As required 146 .HP MILCY No.1 TGO EXXON Mobil .HP Gear Oil XP 75W90 CASTROL .2 Litres 1.3 OR Higher grade API-CH4+MB228.6 Ltrs (Safire 65PS) 3.Castrol Syntro 75W90 GL4 EXXON Mobil .4 Litres 1.Mobi-lube 1 SHC 75W90 HPCL .Golden Cruiser Premium 1400 M HPCL .Mobil Multipurpose ATF CASTROL .1 TGO EXXON Mobil .Super 100 TM CASTROL GTX Diesel. ADHESIVES and FUEL ADDITIVES BRANDED BY TATA MOTORS FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE OF YOUR TATA INDICA VISTA ITEM ENGINE OIL (TDi) ENGINE OIL (Quadrajet / Safire) COOLANT (Antifreeze agent + Soft water 50 : 50 ratio) TRANSAXLE (TDi) SPECIFICATION API-CH4+MB228. Lubricants & Coolants PLEASE USE ONLY FOLLOWING GENUINE OILS.HP ATF DEX III EXXON Mobil .8 Litres Semi-Synthetic SAE 75W90 . LUBRICANTS .IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Fuel.
Lubricants & Coolants FUEL (DIESEL) : Normal grade BS-III & BS IV compliant diesel conforming to IS1460 or EN 590 or equivalent is recommended to be used as fuel. This mixture can cause explosion. At very low temperature. It is therefore necessary to mix supplementary fuel with summer or winter WARNING: Do not mix gasoline or alcohol with diesel. it is mandatory to use Diesel fuel with sulphur contents as given above. Ratio for mixing of supplementary fuel and diesel are shown in the table. fluidity of diesel may become insufficient due to paraffin separation. Parameter 1 Cetane Number (min) 2 Sulphur content 3 Lubricity (HFRR) Unit CN mg/kg micon BS III 51 350 460 BS IV 51 50 460 IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION grade diesel. C Upto -15 -15 to -20 -20 and below Percentage Winter grade Supplementary diesel fuel 100 0 70 30 50 50 NOTICE Where oxidation catalytic converter is fitted.Fuel. 147 . Ambient Temperature upto Deg C. Do not use premium diesels available in the market for example extra premium / Turbojet etc. It is always recommended to use BS-III & BS IV Compliant fuel to get optimum emission performance. The supplementary fuel to be used is kerosene or aviation turbine fuel. Ambient temperature upto Deg. Use of any other diesel fuel can increase the pollutants. Recommended Fuel Specification. Upto 0 0 to -10 -10 to -15 Percentage Summer grade Supplementary diesel fuel 100 0 70 30 50 50 Care should be taken that diesel and supplementary fuel are thoroughly mixed before filling.
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Fuel (PETROL) : Unleaded regular grade petrol conforming to IS2796-1994/ DIN 51607 (or equivalent) and RON not less than 91(BSIV) / RON not less than 87 (BS-III) is recommended to be used as fuel. in deg. Lubricants : Engine oil : Recommended grade of engine oil confirming to API-SF/CC specification and range of ambient temperature at which these can be used are given in the table below : Ambient temp. CAUTION Always use petrol of a correct specification in a car fitted with catalytic convereter. cylinder head and crankcase. Transaxle : Use recommended brand of EP 80 gear oil. 148 . -35 deg. to 40 deg. It is always recommended to use correct fuel to get optimum emission performance. It is recommended that the entire cooling system should be drained and filled with fresh premixed coolant. Grease for axle bearings : Lithium base grease IPOL IPLEX LC Grease 2 Brake fluid : IS 8654/DOT 3 Power Steering : ATF Type A.C -10 deg. to 40 deg. to 40 deg. Suffix A Coolants : Presence of dirt in coolant chokes up passages in radiator. To prevent rust formation and freezing of coolant inside the passages of radiator. Lubricants & Coolants Brand names : As per chart given in the manual. Even single fill of leaded petrol will seriously damage the catalytic converter. & above -15 deg.1 : 5 For 00C 1 : 1 For 100C 2 : 5 For 160C 1 : 0 For 370C NOTE : We strongly recommend to refill your car’s engine coolant only at a TATA Authorised service centre.Antifrost. JIS K2234 Windscreen Washer Antifrost Make . Engine oil grade SAE 20W/40 or SAE 20W/50 SAE 15W/40 or SAE 15W/50 SAE 10W/40 or SAE 10W/50 SAE 5W/30 Fuel. -20 deg. crankcase and cylinder head use premixed coolant as recommended. Engine coolant antifreeze coolant as per class II. thereby causing overheating of engine.K Concentration .
1.520 1.4 Nm @ 2500 rpm 55.872 3. indirect injection type. 4 cylinder.Technical Specifications 1.3 Quadrajet Turbo Intercooled diesel engine.1 Reverse) 4. cooled. of clutch lining Friction Area 3. 8V (MPFI).029 0.273 2. CLUTCH Type Outside dia.4 149 .520 1. Dry friction diaphragm 200 mm 324 sq.2 Litre 1-3-4-2 2. Torque 52 kW @ 4500 rpm 135. indirect injection type. 16V No. 4 Inline 69.909 3.636 3.cm.13 0.156 0.4 mm x 82 mm 1248 cc 4 Inline 72 mm X 72 mm 1172 cc 4 Inline 72 mm X 84 mm 1368 cc Max. Engine Output Max.767 3. water cooled.238 1.4 TDi Four stroke.919 3.909 2.444 1.156 0. 200 mm 324 sq. Turbo Intercooled diesel engine.6 Litres 1-3-4-2 3.58 4.cm.238 1. water Four stroke.1 Reverse) 4.733 C 549 (5 forward. 4 cylinder.5 Litre. water cooled.238 1.909 3.563 C 549 (5 forward.1 Reverse) 3.2 Litre Single Plate.78 0.cm 215 mm 386 sq.4 C 549 (5 forward. 4 cylinder.273 2. water Four stroke. 1-3-4-2 3.95 1. ENGINE IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION 1.5 kW @ 6000 rpm ( 90 PS ) 116 Nm @ 4750 rpm Firing Order Engine Oil Capacity 2. TRANSAXLE 1-3-4-2 5. Four stroke.3 QUADRAJET TATA SAFIRE ( 65 PS ) TATA SAFIRE ( 90 PS ) Model Type TATA 475 IDT 1.3 kW @ 4000 rpm 190 Nm @ 1750-3000 rpm 48 kW @ 5500 rpm ( 65 PS ) 94 Nm @ 3000-3500 rpm 66.cm.1 Reverse) 3.909 4. Multi Point Fuel Injection (MPFI). Type Gear Ratio 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse Final Drive TA-65 STAR (5 forward. 4 cylinder. Of Cylinders Bore / Stroke Capacity 4 Inline 75 mm x 79.5 mm 1405 cc . 200 mm 324 sq. Multi Point Fuel Injection cooled.42 1.
diagonal split hydraulic brakes through tandem master cylinder 240 mm Disc Brakes 240 mm Disc Brakes 194 mm Disc Brakes 194 mm Disc Brakes 200 mm Dum Brakes 200 mm Dum Brakes 180 mm Drum Brakes 180 mm Drum Brakes Lever type. BRAKES Service Brakes Front Brake Rear Brake Parlking Brake Pressure Conscious Reduction Valve (PCRV) QUADRAJET Technical Specifications SAFIRE ( 65PS ) SAFIRE ( 90PS ) Hydraulic power assisted. Lower wishborne. Twist beam with coil spring and shock absorbers At front Vacuum assisted independent dual circuit. No ‘PCRV’ for vehicles fitted withABS 7. Spare-1 150 .IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION TDi 4. Console mounted. SUSPENSION Front Rear Antiroll Bar 6. of wheels 175/65 R 14 82T Tubeless 5J X 14” steel rims 175/65 R 14 82T Tubeless 5J X 14” steel rims 175/70 R 13 82T Tubeless 175/65 R 14 82T Tubeless 4. WHEELS & TYRES Type Wheel Rim No. 4 Wheel Speed Sensor integrated ABS Microprocessor based ECU Front -2. STEERING Type Steeering wheel 5. cable operated mechanical linkages acting on rear wheels Provided for rear brakes.5J X 13” steel rims 5J X 14” steel rims ABS 8. ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM (ABS) System Type Control 8. Rear-2. Rack & pinion steering gear with collapsible steering column 380 mm Independent.1 4 Channel. McPherson Strut type Semi-Independent.
Width Overall Height (Unladen) Min. Passenger Car 12 volts (-ve earth) 12V. ELECTRICAL SYSTEM System Voltage Alternator capacity Battery 12. BODY Type 11. 50 Ah 12V. 50 Ah QUADRAJET IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION SAFIRE ( 65PS ) SAFIRE ( 90PS ) 37 Litres Hatch Back. FUEL TANK Capacity 10. Turning Clearance Circle Ground Clearance 2470 1450 1440 785 540 3795 1695 (Over Body) / 1920 (Over ORVM) 1550 10 m 10. Five doors. 110 Amp 12V. 44 Ah 145 kmph 13. Min. 110 Amp 12V. 12V. 35 Ah 12V. MAIN CHASSIS DIMENSIONS AS PWER ISO:612 IN MM (NOMINAL) (TOLERANCE AS PER INTERE UROPE STVZO) Wheel Base Track Front Track Rear Front Overhang Rear Overhang Overall Length Max.6 m 165 151 . 90 Amp 12V. 102 Amp MF 40.Turning Circle Dia. Speed 153 kmph 158 kmph 12V. PERFORMANCE Max.Technical Specifications TDi 9. Steel monocoque body.
IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION TDi QUADRAJET Technical Specifications SAFIRE ( 65PS ) SAFIRE ( 90PS ) 14. LUGGAGE SPACE Net inside loading space 232 Litres 1135 1560 1140 1565 1075 1505 1100 1505 152 . WEIGHTS (KG) (TOLERANCE AS PER INTEREUROPE STVZO) Complete car ceb weight wheel and tools) Gross Car Weight 15.
Vehicle Dimensions IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION 153 .
Engine Number (TDi) Engine Number (Ouadrajet) Engine Number (Safire) 154 . on ‘B’ pillar Chassis No. below Driver’s seat Cab No.IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Aggregate Numbering Chassis No.
Transaxle (C-549) No. 155 .Aggregate Numbering IMPORTANT TECHNICAL INFORMATION Transaxle (TA-65 STAR) No.
PDI Service Service Schedule Record of Service Performed Record of Repairs Carried Out
Pre- Delivery Inspection Following jobs are to be performed at PDI. 1. Wash and Clean the car throughly. 2. Road test the car. Check for proper functioning of Engine, Clutch, Transmission, Steering, Brakes etc. 3. Check car behavior : Pulling to LH/ RH, Wobbling, Self centering, Acceleration etc. 4. Static test : Start engine and check for idling rpm and Maximum rpm (look for any abnormal noise), Water temperature etc. 5. Check Engine oil level. Level is acceptable if found between mid and max mark. 6. Check for any leakages of engine oil. 7. Check for any leakages in the fuel system.
8. Check Coolant level in transparent auxiliary tank. Acceptable if level found between mid and max. 9. Check for any Leakages of coolant. 10.Drain water from fuel water separator. 11.Check hose, clamps and pipes at all locations in cooling system. 12.Check hose, clamps and pipes at all locations in air intake system. 13.Check for leakages of gear box oil. 14.Check for Proper fitment of gear shift level rubber boot. 15.Check level of Clutch and brake fluid. Acceptable if found between mid and max. 16.Check for oil leakages in clutch/ brake circuit. 17.Check clutch/brake pedal free play. 18.Check for fitment of split pins at Tie rod ball joints, Stub axles. 19.Check for fitment of grease nipples at all locations. 20.Check Power steering oil level in reservior. Acceptable if found between min and max marks. 21.Check for oil leakages in power steering circuit. 22.Check for Steering wheel free play and adjustment. 23.Check functioning of all bulbs. 24.Check for proper functioning of blinkers, horn, head lamp, parking light, reverse light, wiper system, washer system etc. 25.Check headlamp alignment and adjust if necessary. 26.Check tightness of electrical connection at battery, Starter Motor, Alternator and Starter relay. 27.Check all fuses.
29.Check for any complaints on cab fittings. VEHICLE SERVICE 159 . 30. to be carried out before delivery.Check for functioning of all guages/meters/warning lamps. NOTICE While delivering a long storage car (more than 6 months from production month). clutch pipes. 33.Grease with grease gun : All locations appearing in lubrication chart. 32.Check for any breakages.Check for any fouling between two components which may lead to leakages or other complaints. service/ maintenance operations as prescribed by us for long storage. 34.Check connectors in all electrical circuits. clutch/brake linkages. 37. latches and windows. brake pipes.Check for proper opening and closing of doors. failure of any component/ assembly/unit. Check for fouling of fuel lines. bends.Check all the earth points for looseness.Service Recommendations 28. 35. power steering hydraulic pipe. instrument panel. air intake pipe. 36. 31.Check and tighten hand loose fasteners. glove box etc. also needs.Check functioning of door locks. accelerator rod etc.
Warranty claims can be settled by any TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer for all failures. The details of their locations are given in this manual. Please present these coupons to the servicing dealer while availing free services. 1st free service 2nd free service 3rd free service 4th free service At 1000-1500 km. while all warranty claims excluding the consideration on the replacement of major aggregates.VEHICLE SERVICE SERVICE INSTRUCTIONS The TATA INDICA VISTA has been manufactured to give you economical and trouble free performance. OR 1 month whichever is eariler At 5000-5500 km. Your Car is entitled to four free services (labour only). OR 24 months whichever is eariler Free Service Schedule Servicing of the car can be done at any TATA MOTORS Authorised Dealer Workshop. OR 12 months whichever is eariler At 20000-20500 km. To achieve this please follow the instructions as stated. 160 . can be settled by any TASC which is authorised for handling warranty claims. The free service coupons are attached to the sales invoice. All services other than free services are chargeable. OR 6 months whichever is eariler At 10000-10500 km. TASPs will not handle warranty repairs. TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre (TASC) or TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Point (TASP).
000 10. Wind Screen washer fluid. FREQUENCY GENERAL 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Wash the vehicle & Clean Condenser Fins Drain water from Fuel Filter Bowl Check & Top up Fluids (If required):Coolant.000 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 161 .000 10.000 10. Clear the DTCs ( 5000 & there after every service ) Replace air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as TAXI) Change coolant (40.000 40.000 km or two years whichever is earlier) Replace timing belt EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • 30.10500 20000-20500 1000-1500 5000-5500 VEHICLE SERVICE 100000-100500 • 30000-30500 40000-40500 50000-50500 60000-60500 70000-70500 • • • • • • 80000-80500 • • • • • • • • • • • • • 90000-90500 SR.000 40.000 km Or 12 Months whichever is earlier ) Change fuel filter element Check all Drive belts for tension.TDi 10000.000 10. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OPERATIONS NO. Brake Fluid. Take corrective action . Battery Electrolyte. Check clutch pedal height and cable All standard checks as per job card Check rubber boots & bushes for damages ENGINE (TDi) Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as TAXI) ( 5000 & there after every service ) Change engine oil and Oil filter ( 10. if necessary.Service Schedule . Power Steering Oil (If fitted) Check fuel lines for leakage.000 100. adjust if necessary ( 5000 & there after every service ) Check for the DTCs in the “Engine Control Unit”.000 10.
Take corrective action .Quadrajet 100000-100500 10000.000 10. FREQUENCY ENGINE (Quadrajet) 1 2 3 4 5 6 Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as TAXI) ( 5000 & there after every service ) Change engine oil and Oil filter ( 10.10500 20000-20500 30000-30500 40000-40500 50000-50500 60000-60500 70000-70500 • • • • • • 80000-80500 • • • 90000-90500 • 1000-1500 5000-5500 • SR. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OPERATIONS NO.000 10. ( 5000 & there after every service ) Change fuel filter Replace air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as TAXI) Change coolant (40.000 40.000 40.000 20.000 km or two years whichever is earlier) 10.000 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • * Precautions to be taken while cleaning Engine Compartment: It is recommended to use Dry Low pressure Compressed Air and NOT Pressurised WATER 162 . if necessary.000 km Or 12 Months whichever is earlier ) Check for the DTCs in the “Engine Control Unit”.VEHICLE SERVICE Service Schedule .
adjust if necessary ( 5000 & there after every service ) Replace Spark Plugs and Check Ignition Cable Check for the DTCs in the “ECU”.000 10.000 km Or 12 Months whichever is earlier) Replace fuel filter Check all external Drive belts for tension.000 40. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Wash the vehicle and Clean Condenser Fins Check and top up fluids (If required):Coolant.000 10. Wind Screen washer fluid. Brake Fluid. Take corrective action if necessary.000 10.Safire 10000. FREQUENCY GENERAL 1 2 3 4 5 6. (If fitted) Check fuel lines for leakage. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OPERATIONS NO. ( 5000 & there after every service ) Replace air filter element Change coolant (40.000 40. Power steering oil. Check clutch pedal height and cable All standard checks as per job card Check rubber boots and bushes for damages ENGINE (SAFIRE) Clean air filter element (more frequently for vehicle operating as TAXI) ( 5000 & there after every service ) Change engine oil and Oil filter (10.000 km or two years whichever is earlier) Replace timing belt EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • EVERY Service • 30.000 10.10500 20000-20500 1000-1500 5000-5500 VEHICLE SERVICE 100000-100500 • 30000-30500 40000-40500 50000-50500 60000-60500 70000-70500 • • • • • 80000-80500 • • • • • • • • • • • • 90000-90500 SR.Service Schedule .000 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 163 . Battery Electrolyte.000 30.000 10.000 100. Clear the DTCs.
000 kms or 2 years whichever is earlier) Check brake system components for Leakages WHEELS and TYRES Rotate tyres FRONT and REAR SUSPENSION Check and Adjust Wheel alignment and Balancing if required STEERING Change power steering oil ELECTRICAL Check headlamp focussing and adjust if necessary A. clean A/c Filter 80.C.000 EVERY Service • • • • • • • 164 .000 40.000 100.000 20. SYSTEM Check Airconditioning / HVAC System for satisfactory performance. FREQUENCY TRANSAXLE 1 1 2 Check oil level and top up if necessary BRAKES Check front brake pads and rear brake linings. Replace if necessary Change brake fluid (40.10500 20000-20500 1000-1500 5000-5500 Service Schedule 100000-100500 • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • 30000-30500 40000-40500 50000-50500 60000-60500 70000-70500 80000-80500 • • • • • • • • • 90000-90500 SR.000 30. MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE OPERATIONS NO.VEHICLE SERVICE 10000.000 1 1 1 1 1 20.000 20.
00.30. Repair Order No. Repair Order No.000 Odometer reading Kms.40.000 1.000 70.50.90.000 1.000 1.000 1.20.000 1.70.000 * Free Service (Free Labour) VEHICLE SERVICE Odometer reading Kms.000 50.10.Record of Service Performed Recommended Service At km PDI 1000-1500* 5000-5500* 10000-10500* 20000-20500* 30000-30500 40. Servicing Dealer's Signature and Stamp Recommended Service At km 90.000 1.000 1.80.000 80.000 1.000 1.000 1.60.000 60. Servicing Dealer's Signature and Stamp Date Date 165 .
Date Odometer reading km Repair Order No. Record of Repairs carried Out Particulars of Repair Servicing Dealer’s Signature and Stamp 166 .VEHICLE SERVICE Chassis No.
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