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RECOMMENDED FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS

Descriptions Capacity Specifications

Engine Oil

Diesel Engine (D27DT) Gasoline Engine (G32D)

8.0 8.0 11.0 ~ 11.5 11.5 ~ 12.0 8.0 3.4 3.6 1.4

Quality class: Ssangyong genuine engine oil (Approved by MB Sheet 229.1 or 229.3) Viscosity: MB sheet No. 224.1 Ssangyong genuine coolant Anti-Freeze:SYC-310 Anti-Freeze:Water = 50:50 SHELL or FUCHS ATF 3353 ATF DEXRON® II, III ATF DEXRON® III API GL-5 or SAE 80W/ 90 Approved by MB Sheet 235.0 Viscosity grade: 85W/90 Ssangyong genuine oil (DOT4) ATF DEXRON® II, III

Engine Coolant

DI Engine G32D

Automatic Transmission Fluid Manual Transmission Fluid Transfer Case Fluid Axle Fluid Front Rear Brake/Clutch Fluid Power Steering Fluid 2WD 4WD

1.3 ~ 1.4 1.7 as required 1.0

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FOREWORD
This manual has been prepared to acquaint you with the operation and maintenance of your RODIUS / STAVIC and to provide important safety information. We urge you to read it carefully and follow the recommendations to help assure the most enjoyable, safe, and trouble-free operation of your vehicle. When it comes to service, remember that your hicle best and is interested in your complete satisfaction. dealer knows your ve-

We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing RODIUS / STAVIC and assure you of our continuing interest in your motoring pleasure and satisfaction. This manual should be considered as a permanent part of your vehicle, and must remain with the vehicle at the time of resale.

PYUNGTAEK, KOREA

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IMPORTANT NOTICE
Please read this manual and follow the instructions carefully. Signal words such as “WARNING”, “CAUTION” and “NOTE” have special meanings. All information, illustrations and specifications in this manual are based on the latest product information available at the time of publication. Ssangyong reserves the right to change specifications or design at any time without notice and without incurring any obligation whatsoever. This vehicle may not comply with the standards or regulations of other countries. Before attempting to register this vehicle in any other country, check all applicable regulations and make any necessary modifications. This manual describes options and trim levels available at the time of printing, and therefore, some of the items covered may not apply to your vehicle. If any doubt exists about any of the options or trim levels, please do not hesitate to contact your Ssangyong Distributor for information on the latest specifications. * : This asterisk in this manual signifies that an item of equipment is not included in all vehicles (model variants, engine options, models specific to one country, optional equipment, etc.). We would like to point out that non Ssangyong Genuine parts and accessories have not been examined and approved by Ssangyong, and in spite of continuous market product monitoring, we cannot certify the suitability nor the safety of such products whether they are installed or intended for fitment in our vehicles. Ssangyong is not liable for any damage caused by the use of non-Ssangyong Genuine parts and accessories.

WARNING
WARNING WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION
CAUTION CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury or property damage.

NOTE
NOTE
NOTE indicates information to assist maintenance and instructions.

For product design changes
For a highest level of safety and quality, we are innovating our vehicles through our continual research and development efforts. As a result, the specifications are subject to change for the purpose of improvement without any notice and you may find material in this manual that does not apply to your specific vehicle.

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. Section 9 10........ Section 3 4...... Section 11 12........... Lamps .... Seats ................... Section 1 2.......... Section 12 13.... Section 15 16................................... Section 0 1.................. Safety Precautions ............ In Case of Emergency .. Seat Belt and Air Bag ......... Transmission and Brake System ........ Section 7 8........................ Section 14 15...... Service and Maintenance .... Section 8 9............................................................. Opening and Closing ......... Ignition Key................ Air Conditioning and Air Purification System ........ Vehicle Care . Remote Control Key .................................................p65 Page 5 2006-10-02.......... Instrument Panel ........ Section 13 14.. Section 16 A120_RHD_00-FOREWORD.... Section 5 6........................................................ Turbocharger System ....5K/Win .. Convenience Devices ....... ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6................ Section 6 7... Section 10 11.. Gerenal ....................... Ventilation.....TABLE OF CONTENTS 0.. Section 2 3.......... Heating............................... Interior Switches ..................................... Section 4 5............................ Index .........

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5 ~ 12.0 11.4 1. Capacity 8. 224.3) Viscosity: MB sheet No.0 ~ 11.6 1.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02.0 3.5 11.7 as required 1. • Do not use any mixed oil with different types of fluids.RECOMMENDED FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS Descriptions Engine Oil Diesel Engine (D27DT) Gasoline Engine (G32D) Engine Coolant DI Engine G32D Automatic Transmission Fluid Manual Transmission Fluid Transfer Case Fluid Axle Fluid Front Rear Brake/Clutch Fluid Power Steering Fluid WARNING • Use only Ssangyong recommended fluids and lubricants. • Keep the specified levels when adding or replacing the fluids.5K/Win .3 ~ 1.4 3. III 2WD 4WD API GL-5 or SAE 80W/ 90 Approved by MB Sheet 235. III 0-2 A120_RHD_00-General.1 or 229.0 Viscosity grade: 85W/90 Ssangyong genuine oil (DOT4) ATF DEXRON® II. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.0 ATF DEXRON® III Specifications Quality class: Ssangyong genuine engine oil (Approved by MB Sheet 229.1 Ssangyong genuine coolant Anti-Freeze:SYC-310 Anti-Freeze:Water = 50:50 SHELL or FUCHS ATF 3353 ATF DEXRON® II.0 8.4 1.0 8.

DIMENSIONS Top View Front View Unit: mm Side View Rear View *( ): Optional 0-3 A120_RHD_00-General. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win .p65 Page 3 2006-10-02.

air.100 rpm 312 N·m / 4.486 1. torque Idle speed Cooling system Coolant capacity ( Lubrication system Max.423 1.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. forced circulation 8.cooled / forced circulation 11.0 ~ 11.5 Gear pump.5:1) 2.199 ← 220 ps / 6.147 1.9 Turbocharger. oil capacity ( ) (when shipping) Turbocharger and cooling type Fuel Automatic Transmission Model Operating type Gear ratio 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse 1st Reverse 2nd ) D27DT 5 / 18 : 1 (EURO IV:17.930 ] 2WD 0-4 A120_RHD_00-General.5 ~ 12.833 3. power Max.167 1.595 2.250 rpm 750 ± 20 rpm Water.5K/Win .831 3.000 rpm 340 N·m / 1. [ G32D 6 / 10 : 1 3.0 Gasoline ← ← 3.cooled Diesel Electronic Floor change type 3.0 ← 9.800~3.000 0.405 1. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.696 DOHC 165 ps / 4.926 * ( ) Optional.600 rpm 700 ± 50 rpm ← 11.951 2.SPECIFICATIONS Descriptions Engine Numbers of cylinders/ Compression ratio Total displacement (cc) Camshaft arrangement Max.000 0.186 1.

Remote control.171] ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← 7 Seaters ← ← ← ← ← ← 2.850 [2.750] 2.820 (1.308 [2.325 [2.217 [2.5K/Win .315 2. floor change type 4.Descriptions General Overall length (mm) Overall width (mm) Overall height (mm) Gross vehicle weight (kg) A/T M/T Curb vehicle weight (kg) A/T M/T Fuel tank capacity ( Manual Transmission Operating type Gear ratio 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th Reverse Transfer Case Model Type Gear ratio High Low ) Diesel Gasoline Diesel Gasoline 11 Seaters 5.203] 2.244 [2.950 [2.915 (1.850] 3.035 [2.125] 2.807 3.900] 2.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02.750] 2.106] ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← ← 0-5 A120_RHD_00-General.005 [2.000 0.313 [2.483 : 1 9 Seaters ← ← ← 2. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.845) 3.198] 2.000 : 1 2.320 [2.235 [2.475 1.850 [2.134] 2.215] 2.220) 1.125 (5.919 D27DT: TOD / G32D: Part-time Planetary gear type 1.750] 2.210] 2.281 [2.180] 80 Semi.536 1.290 [2.850 [2.930) 1.925] 2.

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Engine Number Gasoline Engine: The engine number is stamped on the lower area of cylinder block in exhaust manifold side. 2. 0-7 A120_RHD_00-General. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION 1. The certification label is affixed on the bottom of passenger side B-pillar. Chassis Number 3. The chassis number is stamped on the floor under the passenger’s mat.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. Certification Label Diesel Engine: The engine number is stamped on the lower area of cylinder block behind the compressor.5K/Win .

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accelerator pedal. Check the operations of clutch pedal. Make sure that the engine hood and tailgate are properly closed. 2.CHECKS BEFORE STARTING A JOURNEY CHECKS BEFORE STARTING A JOURNEY CHECK THE VEHICLE OUTSIDE 1. Make sure that there are no obstacles in the danger area around the vehicle. 3. Adjust the outside and inside rear view mirrors. 5. 4.5K/Win . 8. Adjust the driver’s seat for comfortable driving. and brake pedal. Check the tyre inflation and wear. rear glass. Clean the windshield glass. 2. 5. 3. 4. 6. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02. Fasten the seat belts and be sure that all other occupants have fastened theirs properly. Check the engine oil level and other fluid/oil levels in engine compartment. CHECK THE VEHICLE INSIDE 1. 1-2 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. 7. Check the parking brake operations. Make sure that there are no obstacles in the danger area around the vehicle. Make sure that all doors including tailgate are properly closed. and side mirrors. Check that all appropriate warning lights are operating when turning the ignition key to the “ON” position.

STARTING THE ENGINE AND DRIVING OFF THE VEHICLE Parking brake release lever Parking brake 1. WARNING In automatic transmission equipped vehicle. Apply the parking brake. CAUTION The engine in automatic transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the selector lever is at “P” or “N” position (“P” position is preferred). It could result in serious start motor damage. • Automatic transmission equipped vehicle Move the selector lever to brake pedal. “P” position and depress the • Manual transmission equipped vehicle Move the gearshift lever to Neutral position and fully depress the brake pedal and the clutch pedal. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 1-3 . The engine in manual transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the clutch pedal is fully depressed. 2. Never depress the accelerator pedal. 3.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. Do not turn the ignition key to “START” position while the engine is running. depress the brake pedal when the selector lever is at “P” position. Make sure that there are no persons or obstacles in the danger area around the vehicle.

5. Release the key when the engine starts. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. 9. As soon as the glow indicator goes out.5K/Win . Make sure that there are no persons or obstacles in the danger area around the vehicle. 7. • Automatic transmission equipped vehicle Keep the brake pedal depressed and shift into “D” position. • Gasoline engine equipped vehicle: Turn the ignition key to “ON” position and check the appropriate warning lights are operating. release the brake pedal and depress the accelerator pedal gradually while releasing the clutch pedal slowly. repeat the above procedure. Release the parking brake. Crank the engine without touching the accelerator pedal by turning the igniting key to the “START” position. The preglow indicator light will come on and go out when the glow plugs are sufficiently heated for cold engine starting. Warm up the engine in idling speed. but fails to run. To drive off the vehicle. 1-4 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions.4. • Manual transmission equipped vehicle Keep the brake pedal and clutch pedal depressed and shift into “1” position. 6. If the engine starts. Drive off the vehicle by releasing the brake pedal slowly. 8. start the engine.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. Make sure that the position indicators of “D” and “1” are coming. • Diesel engine equipped vehicle: Turn the ignition key to “ON” position and check the appropriate warning lights are operating.

3. Repairs to the air bag system should be done by only Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. 2 minutes with idle speed (Avoid acceleration or driving off the vehicle). If you lose your keys. so do not touch them until they are cooled down. even if the air bags are installed in the vehicle. you have to replace whole key set to prevent from theft.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Ignition Key/Remote Control Key 1. the turbocharger system may be seriously damaged. Never try to alter or modify the air bag related components. Never impact on the air bag installations by hands or tools. 5. start the engine and let it run for approx. Do not reverse the polarity. 4. Do not place any objects on the air bag inflation area. 1. 2 minutes with idle speed (Avoid acceleration or driving off the vehicle). Do not stop the engine immediately after coming back from the high load driving (such as high speed driving or driving in long slope). the relevant components will be very hot. 7. Turbocharger System (Diesel Engine Equipped Vehicle) The turbocharger elements rotate very fast.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. 6. Air Bag 1. Let the engine run for approx. Make sure that you and your passengers always fasten the seat belts properly. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. The children on the restraint could be seriously injured by air bag in collision. You may be injured by those objects during deployment. After starting the engine. The air bag system serves as supplement to the seat belt. Avoid shock to the transmitter in remote control key and do not get it wet. 9. It may cause a fire due to overload in electric circuit. The deployed air bag unit should be removed from the vehicle and replaced with new one.5K/Win 1-5 . SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. Use only the specified batteries for remote control key. 2. Never install a child restraint in the front seat. 8. A person who is smaller than 140 cm should sit on the rear seat. When the air bag is deployed. 10. 2. If the oil supply to running parts stops. 2 minutes with idle speed to cool it down. 3. 4. 3. After changing the engine oil and oil filter. 2. The air bag system should be inspected after 10th year from its installation regardless of its appearance and other conditions. let it run for approx. Never use any duplicated key not provided by Ssangyong.

5. Using tyres of different sizes may cause damage to the driving mechanism of vehicle. press the rear door window lock switch to make the rear door switches inoperative. be aware of safety conditions before operation. In hot weather. Glass Care 1. they can explode and cause a fire. Using tyres of different specifications may cause a high fuel consumption. Be careful not to damage the rear heated wire and diversity antenna when cleaning the rear glass. 2. Ssangyong is not liable for any damage caused by the use of non-Ssangyong Genuine parts and accessories. Power Window 1. 4. Do not store any flammable items or disposable lighter in the console box or other space. Keep the specified tyre inflation pressure. Make sure that the spare tyre is available at any time.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Hazardous Materials 1. 3. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. 4. Tyre 1. When closing the windows. Be sure to use the same size and type tyres of the same manufacturer on all wheels. Do not install any sunshield on the windshield glass and rear glass. and poor ABS operation. It may adversely affect the rear heated wire and receiving sensitivity of antenna. When closing the passenger’s and rear windows from driver’s seat.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. 2. Genuine Parts Always use only Ssangyong genuine parts for replacement. vehicle body vibration. Parts of the body can be trapped by the window. long stopping distance. 1-6 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. When carrying children on the rear seat. Make sure that all passengers have their body parts such as hands inside the vehicle. 2. Always check the tyre surface for damage and uneven wear before driving and replace it if needed. 3.5K/Win . be aware of safety conditions before operation. heavy steering operation.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. or move the child to a position without a shoulder belt if possible. The child restraint system should be appropriate for your child’s weight WARNING • Infants and small children should always be restrained in a infant or child restraint. Accident statistics indicate that children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seat rather than in the front seat. If child’s seating position has a shoulder belt which is on or very close to the face or neck. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. • NEVER INSTALL A REAR-FACING CHILD RESTRAINT IN FRONT SEAT WITH FRONT PASSENGER AIR BAG.5K/Win 1-7 .SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Child Restraint When transporting infants or small children. adjust the seat as far back as it will go.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. keep your child restraint system secured with a seat belt or remove it from the vehicle. • When installing a child restraint system. WARNING • Children who have outgrown child restraint systems should sit in the rear seat and be restrained with the seat belt. Secure a rear-facing child restraint in the rear seat. • A front-facing child restraint should be secured in the rear seat whenever possible. • A child in a rear-facing child restraint installed in the front seat can be seriously injured if the front passenger air bag inflates. • Never let a child stand or kneel on any seat. an appropriate child restraint system should always be used. • Please note that the three point seat belt is designed for a person who is taller than 140 cm. move the child close to the center of the vehicle. • Do not hold a child while riding in a vehicle. slightly inboard of the shoulder belt. and height and properly fit the car’s seat. If installed in the front passenger seat. • Do not allow a child in the cargo areas while the vehicle is moving. • When not in use. follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer.

5.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Starting the Engine 1. 2 minutes. on a hill. do not drive off and accelerate the vehicle immediately after placing the gear selector lever at “-D+” position. move the gear selector lever to “-D+” position with brake depressed and wait until the position indicators of “D” and “1” are coming before driving off. If the engine does not start. 3.5K/Win . Diesel engine equipped vehicle: Turn the ignition key to “ON” position and wait until the preglow indicator goes out. Drive off the vehicle by releasing the brake pedal slowly. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. turn the ignition key to “START” position and hold it until the engine starts. Warming Up the Engine 1. 6. The engine in automatic transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the selector lever is at “P” or “N” position. Do not warm up the engine excessively. Do not turn the ignition key to “START” position while the engine is running. Do not leave the ignition key at “ON” or “ACC” position when the engine is not running. The engine in manual transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the clutch pedal is fully depressed. 7. 1-8 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. 2. do not hold the ignition key at “START” position for more than 10 seconds. 2. Even if the engine does not start. Warm up the engine just until the coolant temperature gauge begins to move. Driving Off the Automatic Transmission Equipped Vehicle 1. then turn it to “START” position again. Do not accelerate the engine during warming up period. Make sure that the shift indicator of “D” and “1” are coming. Warm up the engine with idle speed before driving off the vehicle. To avoid damage to the automatic transmission. Especially. If failed to start the engine. Keep the brake pedal depressed and shift into “-D+” position. After then. 2. It can adversely affect the expected life span of the engine.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. 4. 3. This could cause battery discharge. 3. turn the ignition key to “LOCK” position. An optimized warming up time is approx. wait 10 seconds before trying again. The vehicle can move down the slope even if the gear selector is at “-D+” position. Excessive engine warming up increases the fuel consumption and air pollution.

causing the moisture in the fluid to boil. the response from accelerator pedal may be delayed. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. Engine Brake When driving down the long slope. apply the parking brake and chock the blocks under the wheels. It may cause an accident. Never leave infants and children unattended in the vehicle with the doors locked.SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Cautions While Driving 1. It may cause high fuel consumption or an accident. you need bigger force to steer and stop your vehicle. 3. rear view mirrors. which causes a spongy brake pedal or a complete loss of hydraulic pressure. use the engine brake effect by downshifting the transmission in steps according to the driving conditions while using the service brake. Stopping and Parking the Vehicle 1. They can move the vehicle unexpectedly. 2. 2. Place the gear selector lever to “P” position (automatic transmission equipped vehicle). Avoid abrupt starts. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. Vapor Lock The abnormal condition that occurs when brake fluid contains too much moisture and is overheated. Caused by heat buildup through repeated or prolonged brake application. Fade Reduction or loss in braking force due to loss of friction between brake pads and disc.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. acceleration or stops. Gas bubbles are formed in the fluid. 3. An excessive operation of the service brake could result in “Fade” or “Vapor Lock” effect.5K/Win 1-9 . Do not turn off the engine while the vehicle is in motion. If possible. Do not adjust driver’s seat. They can be suffocated in especially hot weather. do not depress the brake pedal when the accelerator pedal is depressed. This symptom can be eliminated if you depress and release the accelerator pedal once when the brake pedal is not depressed. Otherwise. do not stop and park the vehicle on the steep road. Acceleration and Stop 1. The power steering function and the brake assist function will be deactivated. Gently accelerate and decelerate the engine. steering wheel while the vehicle is moving. 2. When parking the vehicle on the hilly road. You can use only mechanical operations of the steering and brake system without assisted pressure. This symptom is the safety function to protect the vehicle’s drive system. While driving. Abrupt Start. Thus.

Too low battery voltage .5K/Win . When this happens.The temperature switch is at “OFF” position .DIRECT INJECTION TYPE DIESEL ENGINE CAUTIONS FOR DIRECT INJECTION TYPE DIESEL ENGINE Direct Injection (DI) Type Diesel Engine Compared to Indirect Injection (IDI) Type Diesel Engine that uses mechanical fuel injection system.). any removal. Never use the low quality fuel. In that case. 1-10 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. Because the Direct Injection Diesel Engine is operated by high pressure (1. This advanced engine enhances the output power and reduces the moxiaus exhaust gas (Co. modification or service of the engine may contaminate the inside of the system and cause the system to malfunction.Defective ambient temperature sensor . System Safety Mode When the vehicle has a system error.. Supplementary Heating Device . Direct Injection (DI) Type Diesel Engine controls the amount of injected fuel and the fuel injection timing electronically.600 bars). the vehicle operates in safety mode to maintain minimum driving conditions and to prevent the system from being damaged. the engine driving force may be decreased or the engine may stall. HC.During pre-glowing process (indicator ON) Warning for Using Low Quality Fuel The fuel system in DI engine equipped vehicle has many precisely machined components.. Nox. have the system checked at the Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation..PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) This supplementary heater is an electrical air heating type and installed on the heater outlet port.During engine cranking . Operational Condition This device is activated when the temperature switch is at any position other than “OFF” position and the coolant temperature and the ambient temperature is within a specified range. In this mode. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. This device improves the heating effect by increasing the temperature of flowing air into the passeger room. Non-operational Condition . Using low quality fuel could result in a serious damage to the engine due to the water or impurities in fuel.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. the malfunction and any related systems are not under warranty of this company.

please refer to “How to drain the water from fuel filter” section in this manual. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions.at every 10. WARNING When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level. When this warning light comes on. the driving force of the vehicle decreases. perform the pumping operation of priming pump until it becomes rigid to fill up the fuel pump with fuel. When this happens.Before starting the engine. • When engine check warning light comes on. Prompt correction should be necessary. If these conditions occur. • Drain the water from fuel filter & water separator immediately after the water separator warning light comes on. have the system checked at the Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.5K/Win 1-11 . The fuel system in engine may get serious damage if you keep driving while the warning light is coming on. this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. immediately drain the water from fuel filter and water separator. For the draining procedures. These are indication of activating the safety mode to protect engine system. Also.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. the engine driving force may be decreased or the engine may stall in some severe cases.when changing the engine oil This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to ON and goes out if the engine is in normal condition. when completely consumed the fuel 2.CAUTIONS FOR DIRECT INJECTION TYPE DIESEL ENGINE Engine Check Indicator Water Separator Warning Light Water Separation Interval . Priming Pump Operating Conditions 1. after replacing the fuel filter .000 km . after draining the water from the fuel filter 3. immediately stop driving and have the engine system checked at Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

If unauthorized modification is made on the vehicle. If you install a wheel dust cover on the tires to enhance the beauty of tire parts. said parts may be damaged from the decrease in performance or overloading. the company is not liable for repairing the modified parts even during the term of warranty. if any part is modified or altered without authorization. These parts are deeply and systematically interwoven. rear view camera. Not only the engine but also the transmission and wheel alignment are excluded from the warranty. Therefore. LCD TV. Do not modify the car’s audio system and install other additional electronic devices such as wireless communication equipment. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. exhaust and electric systems.5K/Win . and changing or adding unauthorized parts is illegal and may cause serious problem with the vehicle’s durability. the heat caused by friction in braking might bring serious problems in performance. electric and electronic devices can be damaged from overloading and may ignite.p65 Page 12 2006-10-02. including the engine. If you add new devices or circuits using the several existing devices and circuits at a time. • Prohibition of using unauthorized modification of the engine or parts for the exhaust Changing without authorization the preset value in the fuel supply system and inlet. This vehicle’s electronic system contains electronic circuits and fuses for the installation of standard electric and electronic devices. Other part problems caused by modification are also not covered. In particular. In addition. The vehicle you bought is equipped with a large number of precision parts that have passed through countless experiments and tests. just to upgrade the vehicle’s performance and beauty. 1-12 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. which can then cause critical damage to the vehicle and human life. modifying your vehicle into the LPG vehicle might bring serious damage to the vehicle's performance and durability. when you do drilling work in installing devices such as an antenna may expose the vehicle to rusting. Do not modify without authorization the driving gear system.PRECAUTIONS REGARDING UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATION & ALTERATION PRECAUTIONS REGARDING UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATION & ALTERATION (I) Do not modify this vehicle. causing Vapor Lock and Fade phenomena. and remote starting device.

this may cause damage to the various electronic system control units and wiring. In this case. The vehicle with automatic transmission may have the shock in changing the speed. And because of the absence of shock absorber in the bumper guard. and other related parts. Do not use duplicate key A duplicate key might cause malfunction to the ignition key cylinder and deter the ignition motor to return to the original state. In addition. even accidents during low-speed driving will be much serious compared with the damage that unmodified cars might sustain. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. other problems such as increase of fuel consumption and braking distance. Do not equip the vehicle with bumper guards sold in the market. and increase in fuel cost due to additional vehicle weight. rust and leakage may occur in the cut part. This also may hinder the function of the seat rail that enables for the seat to move forward and backward.p65 Page 13 2006-10-02.5K/Win 1-13 . and rusting may occur in the holes for equipping the guards. Do not equip the sunroof or color glasses at your discretion. some drivers replace the flooring with laminated paper after removing the seats. Do not modify or replace the vehicle flooring or the seats at your discretion. However. and decrease of steering power can all degrade the vehicle’s performance. • When replacing the interior flooring of vehicle with laminated paper To improve the comfort of cushion and to facilitate the cleaning of the vehicle. electronic circuitry can be damaged and may ignite from the ignition motor’s continuing rotation. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. If you install a sunroof by cutting the vehicle’s roof. Installing nonstandard tires such as tires with greater width than prescribed can wear out the power delivery system or friction-damage related parts. If so.PRECAUTIONS REGARDING UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATION & ALTERATION (II) Do not use the nonstandard tires. the locking system to fix the location of seats may malfunction. wheels. which might lead to a serious accident if the loose seats tilt forward or backward during an uphill climb or downhill descent. vehicle's shudder. The speedometer and odometer can also become inaccurate. Installing bumper guard or other guard bars that are being sold in the market may cause problems in parking and stopping due to the extended length of vehicle. Installing color glasses to block ultraviolet rays and better appearance may cause leakage and other many problems.

In addition. 1-14 A120_RHD_01-Safety Precautions. Replacing the seats with new ones may alter the wiring system or over-use the wires because a seat has various electric connections and wiring diagram. In addition.PRECAUTIONS REGARDING UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATION & ALTERATION (III) • When exchanging the seats with new ones or equipping separate seat covers. Do not install products that may decrease the driving resistance such as sticker. or windproofing products. it may damage the vehicle or even cause a fatal accident. In using audio in the vehicle. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. please keep in mind that the changed parts and related problems with changed auto parts shall not be covered by warranty. When installing the vehicle with unauthorized parts or modifying it in ways including the cases mentioned previously. Do not equip with a separate accessory or assistant device on the vehicle operational device. As mentioned earlier. There are several types of seat covers according to role and function although with the same vehicle type. do not use illegally copied CD and DVD.p65 Page 14 2006-10-02. replacing the seat cover may damage the electronic equipment caused by cut or pressured wire. which violates relevant laws. Such discs can also cause malfunction of the audio head unit and changer. fire.5K/Win . the area near the holes will rust and other unfamiliar sound may occur while driving. such discs may also not play properly. Making the selection lever longer or equipping with an accelerator pedal and brake pedal pad may make the driver prone to make a mistake while driving. If parts of the car are drilled to attach molding and other functional parts. air dam. The sticker’s adhesives may damage the coated surface of the vehicle. this may damage the wiring and related equipment or cause fire due to the overloading on the rated capacity. Especially if the attached parts are not fixed well. Such a situation may also cause ventilation problems. molding. or noise.

.............p65 Page 1 2006-10-02..........TABLE OF CONTENTS Immobilizer Key and Door Remote Control ................... 2-2 How to use Door Remote Control ............................................... 2-4 Key Functions .......... 2-7 Opening and Closing the Doors with Ignition Key ............................. 2-9 2 Ignition Key.................5K/Win ............. 2-5 Cautions when Starting the Engine . Remote Control Key A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key................. 2-6 Immobilizer System* ....... 2-3 Battery Replacement ........ ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6....

press and hold the door lock button for about 2 seconds: Lights up the headlamps for about 20 seconds 2-2 A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key.5K/Win . you have to replace whole key set to prevent from theft. Door Lock Button 1. Illumination Button To light up the illumination lamp. • If you lose your keys. Activates the theft deterrent mode • Avoid shock to the transmitter in door remote control.IMMOBILIZER KEY AND DOOR REMOTE CONTROL 3. Panic Button (operative only when the ignition key is inserted) Sounds intermittent buzzer for about 27 seconds 4. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. Illumination Lamp 7. Door Unlock (by steps) 1st step : Unlocks the driver’s door 2nd step : Unlocks the other doors and tailgate (press the button again in 1st step) 5. Locks the doors 2. CAUTION 1. Door Remote Control 2. It may cause a malfunction of door remote control. Escort Button To operate this mode. Immobilizer Key 6. press this button.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02.

Theft Alarm Deactivation To stop the theft alarm during its activation. the front interior lamps will come on for 30 seconds. all the doors will be locked automatically.HOW TO USE DOOR REMOTE CONTROL Door Unlock Button 1st step : Unlocks the driver’s door and releases the theft deterrent mode 2nd step : Unlocks the other doors and tailgate (press the button again in 1st step) Door Lock Button If you press this button. then activates the escort function).5K/Win 2-3 . the alarm will sound and the side turn signal lamps will blink for about 27 seconds. REMOTE CONTROL KEY A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key. CAUTION The doors cannot be locked by door remote control if they are not closed. • The siren will stop when any of the buttons on the remote control key is pressed. tailgate. 27 seconds. Coupled With Front Interior Lamp • If you press the door unlock button in door remote control when the front interior lamp switch is at “Door” position. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. Panic Button • If you are in your vehicle and feel threatened while the ignition key is inserted into the key switch. press any key on the door remote control. Automatic Door Locking If a door is not opened within 30 seconds after unlocking the door with remote control key. the headlamps will come on for about 20 seconds (gets into the theft deterrent mode. all dors are locked and the theft deterrent mode is activated. Escort Button If you press and hold the door lock button for about 2 seconds. Theft Alarm Activation If somebody tries to open the door.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. you may activate the alarm to call attention. IGNITION KEY. or the hood in theft deterrent mode. the warning siren will sound for approx. NOTE The alarm sounds only when the ignition key is inserted into the key switch hole. If you press this button.

Battery Specifications Model Amount CR 2032 one CAUTION Use only the specified battery.BATTERY REPLACEMENT If the operating distance is shortened. the door remote control does not work properly. Pry off the cover from the door remote control cover by using small flat screwdriver. 2. Reassemble the cover of the door remote control. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. or the operating indicator is dimmed out. replace the battery with new one. 3. Remove the battery and insert new one with the positive pole faced upright.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02.5K/Win . Battery Replacement 1. 2-4 A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key.

insert the key and gently turn it to ACC position while slightly moving the steering wheel right and left. ON Position • Electrical accessories are activated. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Steering wheel locking.KEY FUNCTIONS ACC Position • Engine stop. START Position • Engine starting. Key Hole Illumination The illumination lamp comes on when opening the door. Unlocking the Steering Wheel: To unlock the steering wheel. This lamp goes out about 10 seconds after closing the door. REMOTE CONTROL KEY A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key. • Driving or engine running condition.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. IGNITION KEY. • Steering wheel unlocking. • The key automatically returns to ON position when releasing the key after starting. From ACC to LOCK Position: Turn the key to LOCK position from ACC position while pressing the key.5K/Win 2-5 . LOCK Position • Insertion/removal of key. • Some electrical accessories are activated. • The ignition key cannot be removed at this position.

insert the key and gently turn it to ACC position while slightly moving the steering wheel right and left. • After starting the engine. The engine with immobilizer system cannot be started with the duplicated key. • The engine in automatic transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the selector lever is at “P” or “N” position (“P” position is preferred). Doing it makes the steering wheel locked. It may cause a fire due to overload in electric circuit.5K/Win .p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. • Even if the engine does not start. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. • The engine in manual transmission equipped vehicle can be started only when the clutch pedal is fully depressed. • Never use any duplicated key not provided from Ssangyong. • If the engine does not start. turn the ignition key to “START” position and hold it until the engine starts (less than 10 seconds). • Do not leave the key at “ACC” or “ON” position when engine is not running. 2-6 A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key. • Do not operate the starter for more than 10 seconds at a time. Otherwise. wait 10 seconds before trying again. • Alarm sounds when opening the driver’s door with the key positioned at “ACC” or “LOCK” position. do not hold the ignition key at “START” position for more than 10 seconds. • Never press down the accelerator pedal while starting. • Diesel engine equipped vehicle: Turn the ignition key to “ON” position and wait until the preglow indicator goes out. • Keep the brake pedal depressed when starting the engine.CAUTIONS WHEN STARTING THE ENGINE CAUTIONS WHEN STARTING THE ENGINE • To unlock the steering wheel. 2 minutes with idle speed. After then. the battery could run down. • Never turn the key to “LOCK” position or pull out the ignition key from the ignition switch while driving. Do not accelerate the engine during warming up period. let it run for approx.

ECU (Engine Control Unit) checks the crypto code of key and. it may indicate that there is something wrong in the immobilizer system. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. if correct.IMMOBILIZER SYSTEM* The Immobilizer System provides an additional theft deterrent to the vehicle in which it is installed and prevents it from being started by unauthorized persons. Illumination Lamp Cover Immobilizer Key When the ignition key with integrated transponder is turned to the ON position. allow your vehicle to start the engine. Battery: 1 unit Transponder (Alcaline Manganese DC 1. Immobilizer Indicator This indicator indicates the operating conditions of immobilizer system. REMOTE CONTROL KEY A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key. This indicator comes on when the ignition key is communicating with the engine control unit (during engine starting) and goes out after starting the engine.5V) IGNITION KEY. allow your vehicle to start the engine. if correct. If this indicator blinks. When the ignition key with integrated transponder is turned to the ON position.5K/Win 2-7 . Have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. ECU (Engine Control Unit) checks the crypto code of key and.

p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. 2-8 A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key. so never attempt to remove. • Do not drop or shock to the transponder in the key. you have to erase the transponder key from the engine control unit. • When Lost The Keys When lost the keys. So never install a remote engine starter. ¿ÀÀü 11:01 Adobe PageMaker 6. • When the key is close to a magnetic or metal object or a battery. To prevent the vehicle from being stolen by lost keys.5K/Win . starting will be impossible. If you attempt to remove it and damage the system. When you visit a dealer for service. contact Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. • When you erase the code or register an extra key. • Immobilizer system should be inspected. serviced. the immobilizer system can not be removed from the vehicle. the engine cannot be started. please attend on the site. you must replace it with new one and register new code on engine control unit at Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. have the immobilizer system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. please bring all keys you have. remote engine starter cannot be installed to the vehicle equipped with immobilizer system. CAUTION • If the indicator remains blinking. damage or modify it. • When the key is close to any device sending or receiving electromagnetic fields or waves. WARNING • In any cases. replace the key from Ssangyong Dealer and register the code to the engine control unit to be started. replaced. security keys or security cards. • If the transponder has damaged. CAUTION The communication may not be established in the conditions as below: • When two or more immobilizer keys come into contact with (each) other(s).• When The Transponder Has Damaged When the transponder has damaged. or it could be damaged. Otherwise. • And. • When the key is close to any electronic or electric devices such as lighting equipment. and coded by only qualified service personnel in Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

IGNITION KEY. REMOTE CONTROL KEY A120_RHD_02-Ignition Key Remote Control Key.5K/Win 2-9 . All doors except tailgate will be locked. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. Locking the tailgate Unlocking the tailgate Turn the key to the clockwise/counterclockwise direction to lock/unlock the tailgate. To unlock the door: Turn the key to the unlock position (toward rear of the vehicle) from driver’s door or passenger’s door.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. All doors except tailgate will be unlocked.OPENING AND CLOSING THE DOORS WITH IGNITION KEY Door Locking the door Unlocking the door Tailgate To lock the door: Turn the key to the lock position (toward front of the vehicle) from driver’s door or passenger’s door.

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................................................................... 3-8 Fuel Filler Door ................ 3-10 3 Opening and Closing A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing . 3-5 Sunroof ..........................5K/Win ...... 3-2 Doors ........................................................................... 3-6 Tailgate .................... ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6................................TABLE OF CONTENTS Opening and Closing Devices ........................ 3-9 Roof Rack* ..............................................p65 Page 1 2006-10-02......................................... 3-3 Windows ................................ 3-7 Engine Hood ................

¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6.OPENING AND CLOSING DEVICES Door Lock and Handle Inside Outside Engine Hood Opening Lever Passenger’s and Rear Door Window Switch Driver’s Door Switch Panel Child Safety Door Lock Sunroof Tailgate Handle Fuel Filler Door Release Lever 3-2 A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing .p65 Page 2 2006-10-02.5K/Win .

all doors are locked. Rear Left Door (Inside) Door Lock/Unlock Button Rear Right Door (Inside) Lock Unlock Door Opening Lever • If you press the door lock/unlock button (A) to the lock (1) direction. Automatic Door Unlocking All doors will be automatically unlocked when the engine is switched off. • Pull the door opening lever (B) to open the door. Automatic Door Locking All doors will be automatically locked when you drive over 50 km/h while the doors are unlocked. However.5K/Win 3-3 . ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. the lock/unlock button is available only for the appropriate door.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. The opening levers on the rear right and rear left door have the same functions with that of driver's door. and vice versa. OPENING AND CLOSING A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing .DOORS Passenger’s Door (Inside) Driver’s Door (Inside) The passenger’s door lock/unlock button and lever have the same functions with those of driver’s door.

section of the switch Press the to unlock the doors and tailgate. especially when children are in the vehicle. Move the child-safe lever to “LOCK” position. Door Opening Lever (Outside ) WARNING Children in rear seats can open rear doors. This switch is not available when any of doors are not fully closed and the vehicle is in theft deterrent mode. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . pull the outside door handle outward. CAUTION The door should be already unlocked.Central Door Lock/Unlock Switch Press the section of the switch to lock the doors and tailgate. 3-4 A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing . Child Safety Door Lock Child safety door lock helps prevent from an accidental door open. When the child-safe lever is in the “LOCK” position. the rear door can be opened only from the outside.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. To open the door.

Parts of the body can be trapped by the window. Passenger’s Door Window Switch Rear Left Window Switch Rear Right Window Switch Window Lock Switch If this switch is pressed. To deactivate. press the rear door window lock switch to make the rear door switches inoperative. Do not allow children to play with the power window switch and rear door window switches.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. OPENING AND CLOSING A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing . • When the front of the switch is lightly pressed (stage 1). ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. If you open the door within this period of time. If you want to stop the window while automatic lowering. When pressed to its end (stage 2). Central Door Lock/ Unlock Switch Time Lag of Window Operation The operation of power window can be continued for 30 seconds even after turning the ignition switch off. WARNING When carrying children on the rear seat.5K/Win 3-5 . the window will open automatically until it is fully open. The driver’s door window operates without relations to window lock switch.WINDOWS Driver’s Door Window Switch • All windows can be operated when the ignition key is at “ON” position. this lag time is initiated again. the window will be lowered while the switch is pressed. press the switch again. all door windows are operated only by driver’s door window switches. lightly press the switch (stage 1) again or pull up the switch. • The other window can be operated only while the appropriate switch is activated. CAUTION When closing the passenger’s and rear windows from driver’s seat. be aware of safety conditions before operation.

If keeps pressing the switch. CAUTION • The sunroof can be operated when the ignition key is ON position (engine is not running). press the Open Close 3-6 A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing .p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. however. operation under engine running is recommended. briefly press the section of the switch. To fully open the sunroof. This is for position recognizing operation to make the sunroof work properly. The sunroof operation stops if you press the switch during its operation.5K/Win . press (A) section of the switch to fully open the sunroof then press it again over 10 seconds. 3. • When the sunroof operation is completed. press the of the switch. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. could be a cause of malfunction. To tilt down it. to prevent the battery from discharging. To partially open the sunroof. release the switch. section Sunroof Tilting Operation To tilt up the sunroof. To close the sunroof. press the section of the switch. press and hold the button until it reaches at the desired position. section of the switch. 2. Sunroof Sliding Operation 1.SUNROOF * For your safety. • If the sunroof has been stopped at its open position due to battery discharge or abrupt cut down of the supplying power. or press (B) section of the switch to tilt the sunroof then press it again over 10 seconds. Especially in winter. never operate the sunroof when the vehicle is moving. never operate the sunroof if operation areas are iced and wait for deicing.

engine hood. Parts of the body can be trapped. • When closing the windows. resulting in an unexpected accident.TAILGATE CAUTIONS FOR OPENING/CLOSING DEVICES • Do not allow children to play with any switch. An open tailgate while vehicle is in motion could cause a falling down of luggage.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. engine hood. • Parts of the body can be trapped in window or sunroof and can be struck by passing objects. be aware of safety conditions before operation. sunroof. Do not run the engine with the tailgate open to avoid exhaust gas in passenger compartment. door lever. and tailgate are completely closed before driving. sunroof. unlock the tailgate and pull up the tailgate opening lever . Tailgate Opening Lever Lock Unlock To open the tailgate. • Make sure that doors. OPENING AND CLOSING A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing . fuel filler door. Do not travel with the tailgate open. use the child safety devices not to open the windows and doors. Do not stick hands. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. and driving equipment. head or anything else out of the openings. and tailgate.5K/Win 3-7 . • When carrying children. WARNING Exhaust gases are poisonous.

• To avoid a personal injury. Push the safety catch lever located under the hood and lift up the engine hood. To hold the engine hood in the open position. insert into the slot. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. cut or entangle. • Check that the engine hood is fully latched in position by pulling at its front edge before driving.ENGINE HOOD 1.5K/Win . 2. pull the release knob located on left lower side of instrument panel to unlatch the engine hood. to the arrow direction WARNING • An open engine hood with engine running exposes moving parts which can crush. take care of the separation of the support rod from the slot especially in windy day. the support rod 3-8 A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing .p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. To open the engine hood. 3. The engine hood will then be unlocked and partially opened.

FUEL FILLER DOOR 1. • No sparking material. WARNING Stop the engine before refueling. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. Never use the low quality fuel. Open the fuel filler door by pulling the release lever located on left lower side of driver’s seat. Open the fuel filler cap by turning it counterclockwise . • The fuel filler door may not open in cold weather.5K/Win 3-9 . • Using low quality fuel could result in a serious damage to the engine due to the water or impurities in fuel.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. Open Close WARNING • Gasoline vapor is highly flammable. It burns violently and that can cause very bad injuries. • No smoking. • No naked flame. After refueling. • Switch off engine. 3. Push or tap fuel filler door lightly to open. tighten the fuel filler cap by turning it clockwise and push the fuel filler door properly until it latches. immediately wash the affected area with cold water. Fuel Filler Door Release Lever 2. OPENING AND CLOSING A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing . If fuel spills onto paintwork. CAUTION • Fuel damages paintwork. • When refueling.

• Always drive your vehicle at a moderate speed. ¿ÀÀü 11:02 Adobe PageMaker 6. If the vehicle has a roof rack.5K/Win .) EVENLY DISTRIBUTED • Loading cargo or luggage above specification on the roof rack may damage your vehicle. • To prevent damage or loss of cargo as you are driving.ROOF RACK* CAUTION • In case the sunroof is equipped. • The following specification is maximum weight when loading cargo or luggage. never let them hang over the rear or the sides of your vehicle. do not position roof rack loads that could interfere with opening of the sunroof. ROOF RACK: 45 kg (100 lbs. you can load things on top of your vehicle.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. 3-10 A120_RHD_03-Opening and Closing . When you carry large objects. • Loading cargo or luggage over specification on the roof rack may damage stability of your vehicle. check frequently to make sure the luggage carrier and cargo are still securely fastened.

....................................... 4-15 Switches on Driver’s Door Trim ..............p65 Page 1 2006-10-02. Atmospheric Pressure........................................5K/Win .......... 4-9 4-Wheel Drive Switch* .. 4-30 Battery Voltage ........... Altitude Mode .. ¿ÀÀü 11:03 Adobe PageMaker 6...... 4-7 Cruise Control Switch* .....................TABLE OF CONTENTS Interior Switches ............................................................................................................. 4-25 Direction......................... 4-29 Driving Time and Average Speed ............. 4-4 Wiper and Washer Switch .................. 4-24 Time and Date Mode ................ 4-17 Center Switch Panel ...................................... 4-26 Barometer and Altimeter ......................... 4-21 Switches in Overhead Console and Room Lamp Switches ...................................... 4-13 4WD Check Warning Light and Indicator* ............. 4-18 Fog Lamp Switch & ESPOFF Switch* .......... 4-16 Remote Audio Controls & Gear Shift Button (A/T) On Steering Wheel ........................................... 4-19 Heated Glass Switch ......................................... 4-31 4 Interior Switches A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.... 4-28 How to Use the Altimeter (Example) .................... 4-2 Light Switch ........... 4-22 Switches in Overhead Console .................... 4-23 Multi-Meter .....

INTERIOR SWITCHES Trip and reset switch Front wiper and washer switch Headlamp leveling switch 4-wheel drive switch Light switch Rear wiper and washer switch Outside rearview mirror control switch Rear air conditioner control switch Cigarette lighter Power outlet Air conditioner/ heater switch Audio remote control switch Mode switch Window and door control switches 4-2 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. ¿ÀÀü 11:03 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win .p65 Page 2 2006-10-02.

Door coupled side room lamp switch 4. the minute indicator will show “00” if this button is pressed. Windshield. Door coupled front room lamp switch 2.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. 7. ESPoff switch When disconnecting the battery or replacing the fuse. Multimeter mode switch 6. the minute indicator will show “00” and one hour will be added to the hour indicator if this button is pressed.Overhead Console Switches 1. Multimeter control button Digital Clock H (HOUR) : Hour Adjusting Button M (MINUTE) : Minute Adjusting Button S (SET) : Setting Button Press the “S” button to adjust the time to the nearest hour. the clock should be adjusted again. Sunroof switch 3. tailgate and outside rearview mirror heated glass switch 6. Center Switch Panel • When the time is between 00 and 29 minutes of a certain hour. Hazard warning flasher switch 5. NOTE 1. Seat warmer switch (passenger’s seat) INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. Front room lamp switch 5. Seat warmer switch (driver’s seat) 2. • When the time is between 30 and 59 minutes of a certain hour.5K/Win 4-3 . Front fog lamp switch 4. ¿ÀÀü 11:03 Adobe PageMaker 6. Rear fog lamp switch 3.

) Turn the barrel on the end of the lever as shown.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:03 Adobe PageMaker 6. then lights will be operated as follows. Headlamp high beam Front fog lamp Front turn signal lamp Tail lamp Back-up lamp Rear fog lamp The fog lamp in the above table is turned on or off when the fog lamp switch is at “ON”. (Turning the light switch immediately deactivates the DRL function.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. CAUTION Turn on the headlamps when passing through the dark area such as tunnel. turning the light switch from off to on turns off the headlights but keeps the tail lights on.LIGHT SWITCH Light Switch DAYTIME RUNNING LIGHT (DRL): DRL Regulation Region Only For vehicles equipped with the DRL. With the headlights automatically ON. Position Headlamp Position lamp Tail lamp License plate lamp Front fog lamp Rear fog lamp Instrument panel illumination lamp OFF X X X X X X X X O O O O O O O O O O O O O AUTO Rear turn signal lamp Position lamp Headlamp low beam Stop lamp Turns on and off all rights automatically. : Mandatory where required by regulation 4-4 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. the tail lights automatically turn on when turning the starter key from ACC to ON. The headlights turn on as the engine starts.

Push this switch again To turn if off. Rear Fog Lamp Switch* To turn on the rear fog lamp. push this switch while the light switch is placed in position. CAUTION Do not use the fog lamp as a substitute for the headlamp. adjust the aiming angle of headlamp to suit the vehicle load. NOTE According to load condition. rotate the switch upward. 1.AUTO Light Sensor This senses the ambient illumination intensity to determine the timing for turning the headlamps and tail lamps on or off automatically when the light switch is set to “AUTO”. Headlamp Leveling Switch* With the low beam switched on. Use rear fog lamps in severe weather conditions. With EAS: Do not turn the Headlamp Leveling Device switch over the first stage (it may affect a visibility due to low-aimed headlamp). Rear fog lamps can dazzle people behind.5K/Win 4-5 . Pushing this switch again will turn off the rear fog lamps. Front Fog Lamp Switch To turn on the fog lamps. rotate the switch downward. • To raise the aiming angle. push this switch while the tail lamps or headlamps are turned on. ¿ÀÀü 11:03 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. 2. • To lower the aiming angle. Without EAS: Do not turn the Headlamp Leveling Device switch over the third stage (it may affect a visibility due to low-aimed headlamp). adjust the aiming angle of headlamp. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.

WARNING Driving with high beam headlamp disturbs the approaching vehicle’s visibility for safe driving. turn the light switch to the “OFF” position and then to the “ON” position. pull the lever towards the steering wheel 3 and release it.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. the tail lamps are off due to the battery saver function. However. Use the high beam headlamp only during very dark situations when it is very hard to see the road.5K/Win . To flash the high beam. Battery Saver (Automatically turns off the lights) • To avoid discharging the battery. push the lever towards the instrument panel 1 with the headlamp low beam on. rainy. • The sun proof coating that can affect the illumination intensity inside the vehicle may cause the malfunction of the lighting system. CAUTION • Do not place any objects blocking the sensor. ¿ÀÀü 11:03 Adobe PageMaker 6. The lever will return to the normal position when released. or cloudy day. or circumstances. The tail lamps will automatically turn off when the door is closed. if the ignition key is removed and all doors are closed. if you open a door and turn the light switch to the “OFF” position and then to the “ON” position. be sure to use manual mode. season. Headlamp High Beam To turn on the headlamp high beam.Right turn signal lamp “ON” LIGHT SWITCH 1.(With the light switch on. Left turn signal lamp “ON” 3. if the tail lamps are on after the ignition key is removed. Or. Passing 2. snowy. The high beam headlights stay on as long as you hold the lever. a buzzer will sound to alert the driver when the driver’s door is opened. insert the ignition key into the ignition switch. Do not clean the sensor with detergent or wax. the tail lamps will stay on after the door is closed. The turning on or off time of the lamps varies depending on the climate. AUTO Light Headlamps and tail lamps will automatically come on or off according to the ambient illumination intensity when the light switch is at “AUTO” 2 . • In a foggy. 4-6 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.) • To turn the tail lamps on again. The headlamp high beam indicator in instrument panel comes on when the headlamp high beam is turned on.

Rear wiper and washer operation E. CAUTION • If you use plain water as washer fluid. Front wiper and washer switch B.WIPER AND WASHER SWITCH Front Wiper and Washer Switch A. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. Rear wiper stops Front Washer Fluid Reservoir Rear Washer Fluid Reservoir Rain Sensor* When the windshield wiper switch is at “AUTO” position. it controls the wiping speed by detecting the amount of rain drops. • Be careful not to spill the washer fluid around the reservoir.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. Automatic wiper control switch Rear Wiper and Washer Switch C. Rear wiper operation D. Use only specified washer fluid. it will freeze during the winter and damage the washer fluid tank and motor. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. And. the rain sensor automatically turns on and off the wiper. Frequently check the washer fluid level and add with specified washer fluid.5K/Win 4-7 .

LO/HI LO: Continuous wipe. 3. especially in winter.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. the wiper will operate once to remind you that the wiper switch is in “AUTO” position. Rain Sensing Wiper This sensor detects the amount of rain while the wiper switch is in “AUTO” position. It could cause serious injury.shield can scratch glass and wear the blade prematurely. • During winter time. • When you clean the windshield over the sensor with damp cloth. • The wiper operation on dry wind. If the rains become heavier.1. 4-8 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. CAUTION The interval of wiper swings can be adjusted by twisting the control knob upward or downward when the windshield wiper switch is in AUTO position. Make sure the wiper switch is at “OFF” position unless it rains. slow operation HI: Continuous wipe. fast operation 5. 4. • Make sure to place the wiper switch to “OFF” position before washing the vehicle. the wiper blade can be frozen to windshield. Automatic Wiping Speed Control Switch AUTO Position Recognition Function When you start the engine with the wiper switch “AUTO” position. may reduce the life span of the wiper blade. AUTO Operates automatically according to the vehicle speed or amount of rain. Make sure to place the wiper switch and ignition switch to “OFF” position when not in use. MIST The wiper operates once when pushing up the lever. Wiper and Washer Coupled Operation Pull the lever briefly (below 0.5K/Win .6 seconds: Three wiping cycles with washer spray 6. the speed of the wipers gets faster and smaller. The lever will return to the “OFF” position when released.6 seconds): One wiping cycle without washer spray Pull and hold the lever for more than 0. Wiper operation while blade is frozen can damage wiper motor. the speed reduces. the wiper may operate suddenly. Be sure to check the blade before operation. OFF Stop the operation. Do not operate wiper when the windshield is dry. F : Fast interval S : Slow interval CAUTION • Auto position recognition. 2.

• Do not use on winding roads. This feature is especially useful for motorway driving. accelerate to your desired speed using the acceleration pedal more over 36 km/h.CRUISE CONTROL SWITCH* CRUISE CONTROL* Setting a Desired Speed Cruise control is an automatic speed control system that maintains a desired driving speed without using the accelerator pedal. slowly. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. • Do not use in heavy traffic. And you can set to other vehicle speed again with above steps after acceleration pedal intervention during cruise control running. Now.SET. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. collision. 4.SET. wet roads. When the desired speed is reached. NOTE The described speed value may vary slightly depending on the road conditions. push up the ACCEL. 2. 1. CAUTION Improper use of cruise control could be dangerous. switch for 1 second per one switching and then release the acceleration pedal. • Do not use on slippery. 3. This could result in a loss of control.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. and/or personal injuries.5K/Win 4-9 . switch of a cruise control lever or push down the DECEL. the vehicle is cruised by this system with set speed. To operate the cruise control. The vehicle speed must be greater than 36 km/h to engage cruise control.

release the lever. 4-10 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. • Tap down while cruise control system is running 1.SET switch of a cruise control lever and hold it. Switch of a cruise control lever and hold it. Push down the DECEL. Push up the ACCEL. 2.5 second per one switching while the cruise control system is running. slowly.SET.5 second per one switching while the cruise control system is running. slowly.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. This is a tap down switching. If you want to decelerate for 10 km/h. release the lever. 3. 3. If you want to accelerate for 13 km/h. Push up the ACCEL. Push down the DECEL. 2. release the lever. When the desired speed is reached. switch of a cruise control lever and hold it until the desired speed is reached without an acceleration pedal intervention. Accelerate using the acceleration pedal more over 36 km/h.Accelerating with Cruise Control System • While cruise control system is running 1.3 km/h over the previous set speed. • When Cruise control system is not running 1. Switch of a cruise control lever less than 0. • While cruise control system is not running Decelerating with Cruise Control System • While Cruise control system is running 1.SET.5K/Win . Switch of a cruise control lever and hold it until the desired speed is reached without a brake pedal intervention.SET. 1. And then release the acceleration pedal. When you operate a tap-up switching. 2. operate the tap-up switching ten times without accelerating with cruise control system. When the desired speed is reached. switch of a cruise control lever less than 0. This is a tap up switching. When you operate a tap-down switching. 2. the vehicle is accelerated for 1. When the desired speed is reached. • Tap up while cruise control system is running 1. the vehicle is decelerated for 1 km/h below the previous set speed. And then release the acceleration pedal. Push down the DECEL.SET. Push up the ACCEL. But the cruise control system cannot maintain the cruise function at less than 34 km/h. operate the tap-down switching ten times without brake pedal intervention. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. 3. release the lever.SET. But the cruise control system cannot maintain the cruise function at less than 34 km/h. 3. 2. 2. 4. When the desired speed is reached.

¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. When ABD is activated. When the OFF switch is operated by pulling the cruise control lever (Type A) or by pushing the ON-OFF switch of the cruise control lever (Type B). When the cruising speed is downed less than 34 km/h. 4.Recovery of Set Speed TYPE A Normal Cancellation of Cruise Control TYPE A TYPE B Even if the cruise control is cancelled. But if you turn off the ignition switch. 2. CAUTION The resume position should only be used if the driver is fully aware of this speed and wishes to resume this particular speed. 3. TYPE B The cruise control system will be canceled when one or more items of the following conditions is applied. And the cruise control system can be operated again in driving state.5K/Win 4-11 . CAUTION Keep the main cruise control switch as neutral position when not using the cruise control. the previous set cruise speed can be recovered by pushing (Type A) or pulling (Type B) toward the cruise control lever when the current vehicle speed is over 36 km/h without an acceleration intervention.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. the memorized set speed is cleared and you cannot recover the previous set speed. 1. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. When the brake pedal is depressed.

And the cruise control system cannot be operated again in driving state.5K/Win . In this case. you may have to brake or shift to a lower gear to keep your speed down. you should contact Ssangyong Dealer for diagnosis of the cruise control system. load. 4. The accelerator must be used if you want to maintain that speed. you can use the cruise control system again. When the brake switch and brake light switch input signal is unplausible. CAUTION • The speed that has been set may not be maintained on uphill or downhill slopes. Applying the brake takes you out of cruise control. you should stop the vehicle. When the cruise control lever is failed. When the rapid deceleration is applied without braking. When going downhill.p65 Page 12 2006-10-02. 2. • The speed may drop to less than the set speed on a steep uphill grade.Abnormal Cancellation of Cruise Control 1. 3. But if the cruise control system isn’t recovered. turn off the cruise control. After you do that. and turn off the ignition switch and then turn it on again. Automatic transmission damage may result. and the steepness of the hill. CAUTION Abnormal changes of the selector lever can damage the engine. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. you may have to press the accelerator pedal to maintain your speed. • The speed may increase to more than the set speed on a steep downhill grade. 4-12 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. Using Cruise Control on Hills How well cruise control works on hills depends on the speed. When the speed increases too much. Do not move the shift lever to Neural while driving at the set speed. When going up steep hills. When the rapid acceleration is applied without acceleration pedal intervention.

quieter ride and less drive train wear. the “4WD LOW” indicator in instrument panel comes on. This may help to make easy mode change. Push the desired portion of the switch while depressing the brake pedal and clutch pedal. Driving Mode Change (4H ↔ 4L) 1. 2. At this time. then move it to “N” position again. Manual Transmission Equipped Vehicle Stop the vehicle on a level ground and place the shift lever into “Neutral” position. Automatic Transmission Equipped Vehicle Stop the vehicle on a level ground and place the gear selector lever into “N” position.5K/Win 4-13 . This position gives greater economy. High) Push this portion of the switch for normal driving. Low) Push this portion of the switch for maximum traction in slippery roads. steep hills and rough roads. 4-Wheel Drive Switch* 1. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. NOTE When shifting from “4L” to “4H” in automatic transmission equipped vehicle. 2. “4L” (4-Wheel Drive.p65 Page 13 2006-10-02.4-WHEEL DRIVE SWITCH* Full-Time 4-Wheel Drive Vehicle (TOD)* The vehicle equipped with the TOD 4-wheel drive evenly distributes the driving force to all wheels according to the road conditions. Push the desired portion of the switch while depressing the brake pedal. “4H” (4-Wheel Drive. move the gear selector lever from “N” to “R” position after pushing the 4WD switch. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6.

‘2H’ (2-Wheel drive) This is rear wheel drive with high speed. 4-14 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. hard pulling in sand.5K/Win . ‘4H’ (4-Wheel Drive. Low) Use this for maximum power and traction.4-Wheel Drive Switch . Use ‘4L’ for climbing or descending steep hills. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. 2. Use this for normal driving. This position gives greater economy. This position provides greater traction than 2-wheel drive.p65 Page 14 2006-10-02. The front hubs will be locked automatically. High) Use this for driving on wet or slippery roads such as roads with snow. mud or deep snow. mud or sand.Part Time* Driving Position The 4WD indicator light illuminates when the 4WD switch is in ‘4H’ or ‘4L’. 3. 1. quieter ride and least drive train wear. ‘4L’ (4-Wheel Drive.

The indicator comes on without blinking when shifting from 2WD to 4WD HIGH. steep hills. have the 4WD system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. and roughness. CAUTION If “4WD CHECK” warning light stays on or “4WD LOW” indicator blinks continuously. • There could be mechanical noises and shocks during mode changes. After completion of shift. the indicator goes on. NOTE When shifting the driving mode from 4WD LOW to 4WD HIGH. CAUTION • Select a proper 4-wheel drive mode according to the road conditions such as slippery. • When cornering a curved road in 4WD LOW drive mode. these are normal conditions due to mode changing operations. the indicator stays on. the indicator goes out. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. do not drive your vehicle with excessively high speed in sharply curved road. If “4WD CHECK” warning light stays on.5K/Win 4-15 . INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. To avoid damages to the drive train. Shift the driving mode from 2WD to 4WD HIGH only when the vehicle speed is under 70 km/h. this indicator blinks until the shifting operation is completed. there could be some mechanical shocks and resistances in vehicle’s drive train. have the 4WD system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. this indicator will blinks until the shift is completed. After completion of mode changeto 4WD LOW. However. After completion of mode change to 4WD HIGH. 4WD High Indicator (For Part Time 4WD) This indicator comes on when the 4WD HIGH mode is selected by pushing 4H switch. These are normal conditions due to internal resistance in drive train when the 4WD LOW is properly working.p65 Page 15 2006-10-02. 4WD CHECK Warning Light* This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to “ON” and should go out if the system is normal.4WD CHECK WARNING LIGHT AND INDICATOR* 4WD LOW Indicator* When shifting the driving mode between “4WD LOW” and “4WD HIGH”.

3. The mirrors are folded/unfolded. 1. 5. Fold/unfold the mirrors with folding switch. • If the outside rearview mirrors are folded or unfolded manually. Outside rearview mirror folding switch To fold the outside rearview mirrors. Fold/unfold the mirrors with folding switch after 10 seconds. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. The mirrors can be operated with folding switch after 10 seconds. Aiming switch Window lock switch Central door lock/ unlock switch CAUTION • Do not fold or unfold the outside rearview mirrors manually. The mirrors are folded/unfolded. 2. down.5K/Win . or right by pressing the corresponding edges of the switch to get the direct rearview. press the switch for more than 0. left.5 seconds. “•”: Neutral position Adjust the selected mirror up. continuous abnormal noise may be produced. 4. Recognizing Operation of the Mirror Position When you folded or unfolded the outside rearview mirrors. an abnormal noise may be produced during the folding switch operations. • If you operate the outside rearview mirror folding switch within 10 seconds after starting the recognizing operation of the mirror position. Mirror selection switch “L”: Driver side mirror “R”: Passenger side mirror Window operation switches 3. press again. 4-16 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.p65 Page 16 2006-10-02. To unfold the mirrors. It may cause a malfunction of the mirror folding system. perform the recognizing operation of the mirror position in the following order.SWITCHES ON DRIVER’S DOOR TRIM OUTSIDE REARVIEW MIRROR CONTROL SWITCH Outside rearview mirror control switch 1. 2.

Move to a stored station. POWER The Power ON/ OFF switch of audio system is located at left side of the steering wheel. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.5K/Win 4-17 . . press this switch again.p65 Page 17 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. • In radio mode .Press and hold: Automatic searching for a station.Press: Replay the next/previous track. SEEK SEEK • In CD (DVD) player/Cassette tape mode .REMOTE AUDIO CONTROLS & GEAR SHIFT BUTTON (A/T) ON STEERING WHEEL DVOL VOL Increases/decreases volume Gear shift button (Down-shift) D+ Gear shift button (Up-shift) MODE Audio mode changes when the button is pressed. To turn on the audio system. press the button again. To resume the audio output.Press briefly: Manual searching for a station. MUTE Stops audio output from the audio system. press this switch. To turn it off.

such as a blanket.CENTER SWITCH PANEL Hazard warning flasher Hazard Warning Flasher Switch Seat heated wire To turn on the hazard warning flashers. All turn signal lamps will flash simultaneously with the hazard warning indicators. turn the switch off and have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. WARNING • If the temperature continues to rise. The indicator in the switch comes on when in use. The battery could be discharged. This may cause damages to the seat heater. 4-18 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.p65 Page 18 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Do not place anything sharp on the seat. • Do not put anything on the seat that insulates heat. They may get burnt. CAUTION • Do not operate the seat heater for a long time when the passenger is an infant. child. The seat surfaces may get deteriorated. cushion or seat cover. do not use organic solvents such as benzene or thinner. push this switch. • When cleaning the seats. exhausted person or drunk person. CAUTION Do not turn on the hazard warning flashers for an extended period of time when the engine is stopped.5K/Win . Push this switch again to turn them off. For driver’s seat For passenger’s seat Seat Warmer Switch Press the switch to warm the seat in cold weather. old or handicapped person. person with sensitive skin. and press it again to stop the operation.

Push this switch again To turn if off. the indicator lamp goes out. In this case. push this switch while the tail lamps or headlamps are turned on. the engine rpm may not be increased even when you depress the accelerator pedal. Extreme cornering will trigger the ESP operation and this will make the driver feel noise and vibration due to strong braking operation. stop the ESP function by pressing the ESPOFF switch. Front Fog Lamp Switch To turn on the fog lamps. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. Rear fog lamps can dazzle people behind. Stopping ESP Function With ESPOFF Switch* Front fog lamp Rear fog lamp ESPOFF switch If the driving wheels are slipping on the snowy or icy road. you may not start off your vehicle. Pushing this switch again will turn off the rear fog lamps. Driving Impression When ESP Is Working The ESP system may transfer noise and vibration to the driver due to the pressure changes caused by the motor and valve operations in a very short period of time. the ESP system controls the engine output.FOG LAMP SWITCH & ESPOFF SWITCH* ESPOFF Switch If you press the ESPOFF switch. Use rear fog lamps in severe weather conditions. If the ESP function operates while driving. push this switch while the light switch is placed in position. Also. the indicator lamp flickers and the alarm sounds.5K/Win 4-19 . and accordingly. the driver may notice the engine output decrease even when the accelerator pedal is being depressed. When the ESP switch is pressed. At this time. the ESP function stops and the indicator lamp in instrument panel comes on. the ESP function stops and the vehicle is driven independently from the sensor outputs. So. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. CAUTION Do not use the fog lamp as a substitute for the headlight. Rear Fog Lamp Switch* To turn on the rear fog lamp. Press this switch again to resume the ESP function.p65 Page 19 2006-10-02.

Make sure to check the vehicle at the nearest Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center.p65 Page 20 2006-10-02. Do not rely on the system. If the ESP is engaged. CAUTION • If the ESP warning light comes on. such as during a sharp corner. When the vehicle exceeds its physical limits. The ESP functions automatically.5K/Win . the ESP warning light will flicker on the instrument cluster and a warning alarm will sound.Resuming ESP Function With ESPOFF Switch If you push the ESPOFF switch again when the ESP function is deactivated (the ESP warning lamp is turned on). reduce the speed and pay extra attention to the road. • The ESP system does not operate during reverse driving. 4-20 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. • When ESP is applied. the ESP related system is defective. The ESP applies brakes on a certain wheel(s) or controls the engine torque to compensate vehicle stability. it cannot be controlled. ESP (ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM) SYSTEM The Electronic Vehicle Stability Control Program (ESP) is a supplementary driving safety system when your vehicle is unstably moving in a certain situation. it does not operate under normal driving conditions. They are caused by pressure changes in the relevant systems. Keep driving safely. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. working only in very unstable conditions. These actions help your vehicle avoid dangerous situations. • The ESP system is only a supplementary device for the vehicle. When the ESP warning lamp and the warning alarm turn on. you may feel some noise or vibration from the brake pedal or other relevant systems. • The ESP system activates when the vehicle is unstable to correct the vehicle stability. the system will be resumed and the ESP warning lamp on the instrument cluster goes out by resuming the ESP system.

Windshield. Tailgate and Outside Rearview Mirror Heated Glass Tailgate and Outside Rearview Mirror Heated Glass • Press this switch to turn on the windshield heated glass. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 4-21 . Windshield. However. • Press the switch again to stop the operation. • The indicators in the instrument panel and the switch come on when in use. tailgate and outside rearview mirror heated glass is operating.p65 Page 21 2006-10-02.HEATED GLASS SWITCH Windshield heated glass* Avoid wiper frozen Tailgate heated glass Defrost and defog Outside rearview mirror heated glass* Defrost and defog Heated glass indicator Comes on when the windshied. • The heated glass will operate for about 6 minutes when the switch is pressed again within 10 minutes after completion of its first operation cycle. It will operate for about 12 minutes. the outside rearview mirror heated glass is optional. Tailgate and Outside Rearview Mirror Heated Glass • This switch is designed to defrost and defog on the windshield. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. tailgate glass and outside rearview mirrors.

• Side room lamps and rear room lamp are available only when the side room lamp coupled switch is pressed in. B ON OFF 4-22 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.p65 Page 22 2006-10-02.SWITCHES IN OVERHEAD CONSOLE AND ROOM LAMP SWITCHES Rear room lamp and switch Side room lamp and switch Front room lamp Side Room Lamp Switch A Rear Room Lamp Switch Press the lamp body to turn on.5K/Win . Press it again to turn off. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6.

Front Room Lamp Switch The front room lamps are turned on when pushing the lamp body regardless of the positions of front room lamp coupled switch. The front room lamps are turned off immediately when closing the door. Coupled Operation with Door Remote Control With the front room lamp coupled switch pressed in. NOTE With the front room lamp coupled switch pressed in. the front room lamps are turned on for 30 seconds when the doors are unlocked by the door remote control. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 23 2006-10-02. The front room lamps are dimmed out after closing the door.5K/Win 4-23 . Press the lamp body again to turn off. side room lamps are not turned on even when opening a rear door. Side Room Lamp Coupled Switch Four side room lamps are turned on when opening a rear door with this switch pressed in.SWITCHES IN OVERHEAD CONSOLE Sunroof switch Front Room Lamp Coupled Switch Front room lamps (driver’s and passenger’s) are turned on when opening one of front doors with this switch pressed in. If this switch is pressed out. The side room lamps are turned off when closing the door. the front room lamps are turned on when opening a front door regardless of the operation of front room lamp switch. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. If this switch is pressed out. Passenger side Driver side Side and Rear Room Lamp Operating Condition Side and rear room lamps are turned on only when the side room lamp coupled switch is pressed in. front room lamps are not turned on even when opening a front door.

p65 Page 24 2006-10-02. This message appears only when the rear detecting sensor is defective. 4-24 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. altitude button: Time and Date Driving time Average speed Battery voltage Parking Aid Signal (The rearview display is appeared when placing the shift lever to “R” position) The distance from the obstacles can be measured with the displaying bars.5K/Win . atmospheric pressure.MULTI-METER Display Mode change or reset button Function buttons Mode changing sequence when pressing the Direction. please refer to the Section 6. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. For details.

Changing the user Interface Language The user Interface language is changed between Korean and English when pressing “ ” and “ ” buttons for more than 1 second at a time. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6.5 seconds). Adjust the information by using UP or DOWN button.THU .p65 Page 25 2006-10-02.SAT . Changing sequence AM (PM) Hour Minute Day Month Year NOTE MON . • The background of display window lights on and the displaying letters becomes dark for 3 seconds at every half hour. month. 3.SUN A day of the week is automatically changed according to the adjusted date.5K/Win 4-25 . Time Alarm Function • The background of display window lights on and the displaying letters becomes dark for 10 seconds at every hour. 4. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.FRI .TUE . Press and hold the MODE button for more than 1 second to start time and date mode. and year.WED . Press and hold the MODE button for more than 1 second to set the time and date. Move and select the information to be adjusted while briefly pressing the MODE button (0. 2.TIME AND DATE MODE Time : AM & PM Date Day Month Year Press and hold : Adjusting mode for time and date Press briefly: : Move to another mode Adjusting the Time and Date 1. The selected information is blinking.

ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. Increase the altitude in absolute altimeter Decrease the altitude in absolute altimeter Electronic compass Speed sensing indicator Barometer Indication of relative altimeter Altimeter (relative altitude. ALTITUDE MODE Press and hold the MODE button for more than 1 second to switch over the mode between absolute altimeter and relative altimeter. NOTE The indicator stays on below 2. Barometer It indicates the current atmospheric pressure by 1 hpa. Altimeter Absolute altimeter It indicates the current altitude from sea level (0 m) by every 20 m.p65 Page 26 2006-10-02. absolute altitude) Electronic compass It indicates 8-direction according to the vehicle’s driving direction.DIRECTION. Relative altimeter It indicates the specific area’s relative altitude based on the current altitude of the vehicle.8 km/h of vehicle speed. Speed sensing indicator The flashing interval of the road signs changes gradually according to the vehicle speed. 4-26 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6.

turn again slowly until it goes off. the current direction flashes.5K/Win 4-27 . • When the calibration is completed.8 km/h. If you press the MODE and UP button simultaneously for more than 1 second. 1. the vehicle’s new direction will be indicated. If not. Release conditions for turning calibration • When the MODE and UP button simultaneously are pressed briefly. Turn the vehicle over 1 complete circle within 128 seconds slowly.Electronic Compass N Electronic Compass NW NE W E SW S SE It indicates 8-direction by interval of 45° according to the vehicle’s driving direction. • When the vehicle is not turned within 128 seconds after calibration mode started. left or right. This is available only when the vehicle speed is over 2. you have to perform calibration by circulating your vehicle.p65 Page 27 2006-10-02. When the calibration is finished. then the calibration will be accomplished. there will be misreading in direction. 3. Turning Calibration When the multimeter is installed to the vehicle or the battery is replaced. the compass does not flash anymore. INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. • If the compass continues to flash. NOTE • You can turn to any direction. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. 2. NOTE The direction will be indicated while driving.

800 m • How to calibrate the absolute altitude Press UP button: increase by 20 m Press DOWN button: decrease by 20 m • Absolute altitude calibration range .5K/Win .BAROMETER AND ALTIMETER Barometer and Altimeter (relative altitude. ¿ÀÀü 11:04 Adobe PageMaker 6. Barometer Altimeter Indication of relative altimeter Absolute Altimeter It indicates the current altitude from sea level (0 m) by every 20 m.p65 Page 28 2006-10-02. Relative Altimeter • It shows the specific area’s relative altitude based on the current altitude of the vehicle and shows by every 20 m.200 m ~ 320 m • How to erase the calibrated altitude value Press the UP and DOWN buttons simultaneously for more than 1 second to cancel the altitude calibration. Press and hold the MODE button for more than 1 second to switch over the mode between absolute altimeter and relative altimeter in direction/atmospheric pressure/altitude mode. The relative altimeter shows the destination’s relative altitude after arrival. absolute altitude) Barometer It indicates the current atmospheric pressure in range from 720 hpa to 1045 hpa by 1 hpa. 4-28 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. reset the relative altitude to 0 m by using UP or DOWN button. • Indication range: -200 m ~ 2. Altimeter It indicates the absolute altitude or relative altitude. • In relative altimeter mode. NOTE 0 m above the sea level is equivalent to 1013.25 hpa and the altimeter convert the difference between this pressure and atmospheric pressure to absolute altitude or relative altitude.

Read the indicated altitude after arrival. In relative altimeter mode. 3. Press the MODE switch over 1 second in direction/ atmospheric pressure/altitude mode.200 m.000 m 200 m 1. In this case.000 m and the absolute altitude is 1. Absolute altimeter Absolute altimeter Relative altimeter Relative altimeter Absolute altimeter INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. the relative altitude is 1.200 m Relative altimeter: 1.5K/Win 4-29 .HOW TO USE THE ALTIMETER (EXAMPLE) Absolute altimeter: 1. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.000 m Absolute altimeter: 200 m Relative altimeter: 0 m Absolute altimeter: 0 m 1.p65 Page 29 2006-10-02. You can switch over the mode by pressing the MODE button over 1 second. reset the relative altitude to 0 m by using UP or DOWN button. 2.

Indication range: 0 ~ 120 km/h (0 ~ 120 MPH) DOWN button: KPH ↔ MPH mode change 4-30 A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. It is not available when the engine is not running. Indication range: 0:00 ~ 23:59 It indicates the average vehicle speed from start up to now. It is not available when the engine is not running. It can be reset to 0 by using UP or DOWN button. It can be reset to 0 km/h by using UP or DOWN button.p65 Page 30 2006-10-02.DRIVING TIME AND AVERAGE SPEED DRIVING TIME AVERAGE SPEED Driving Time Average Speed It indicates the driving time from start up to now.5K/Win .

0 V 10.BATTERY VOLTAGE BATTERY VOLTAGE Battery voltage Indication Charging Level Battery Voltage Over 12.5K/Win 4-31 . ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. • If the charging level in display is not increased even when the engine is running.9 ~ 10. • When starting the engine.1 V. 9.9 ~ 9. have the system checked at Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. the battery voltage is temporarily decreased. current display is changed to battery voltage mode and “LOW VOLTAGE” message flashes at every 10 seconds.0 V (Fully charged) 11.0 V INTERIOR SWITCHES A120_RHD_04_Interior Switches.0 V. CAUTION • Start the engine and charge the battery voltage when the battery voltage is below 12. When the battery voltage goes below 12.9 ~ 11.0 V It indicates the current battery voltage by 0.p65 Page 31 2006-10-02.0 V.

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5K/Win .p65 Page 2 2006-10-02.INSTRUMENT PANEL Coolant temperature gauge Tachometer Speedometer Fuel gauge Warning lights and Indicators ODO meter/ Trip odometer 5-2 A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.

WARNING LIGHTS AND INDICATORS Auto shift indicator (for automatic transmission) Harzard indicator* Right turn signal indicator Engine check warning light Cruise control indicator* Left turn signal indicator Winter mode indicator Glow indicator Immobilizer indicator 4WD CHECK warning light 4WD HIGH indicator 4WD LOW indicator ESP warning light EBD warning light ABS warning light Water separator warning light Air bag warning light Engine oil pressure warning light High beam indicator Door open warning light Brake warning light Battery charge warning light Seat belt reminder Low fuel level warning light Heated glass indicator INSTRUMENT PANEL A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 5-3 .

indicated by pointer being in red zone.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. • Allow engine to cool. then it will be the current number of engine revolutions.5K/Win . 5-4 A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. Multiply 1. CAUTION The engine can overheat. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. stop the vehicle. Speedometer The speedometer indicates the vehicle speed in kilometers per hour (km/h). Fuel Gauge This gauge indicates the level of fuel remaining in the fuel tank. Fill up fuel tank before the needle reaches “E”. • If the pointer reaches the red zone. Do not let engine reach excessive speed. WARNING Excessive speed can damage engine.000 to the current number.METER CLUSTER Coolant Temperature Gauge The temperature gauge indicates the temperature of engine coolant when the ignition switch is in the “ON” position. • F : Full • E : Empty Tachometer The tachometer indicates engine speed in revolutions per minute.

ODOMETER/TRIP ODOMETER TRIP Button The TRIP button is used for the display mode: ODO (total driving distance). ODOmeter and TRIP ODOmeter Display Total driving distance (0 ~ 999999 km) Driving distance of range A (0.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. and TRIP B To reset the TRIP ODOmeter to 0 km.5K/Win 5-5 . press the TRIP button for more than one second.0 ~ 999.9 km) Driving distance of range B (0.0 ~ 999. TRIP A.9 km) INSTRUMENT PANEL A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.

If it occurs. If you move the selector lever to left or right direction. the parking brake warning light comes on and warning buzzer sounds. 5-6 A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. When the selector lever is at “D” position while driving. immediately stop the vehicle and release the parking brake. only the selected gear indicator comes on. this indicator flashes to indicate operation of the external turn signal. This warning light comes on when the parking brake is applied and/or the brake fluid level is lower than specified level. When the turn signal switch is turned on. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. “D” indicator and currently selected gear indicator are coming on. WARNING Driving the vehicle with the brake fluid warning light on is dangerous. Have the brake system checked and repaired immediately by nearest Ssangyong Dealer.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. Both right and left lights flash when the hazard warning switch is turned on.Auto Shift Indicator (for automatic transmission) P Parking R Reverse N Neutral D Driving 1 2 3 4 5 Driving gears This indicator shows the automatic transmission selector lever position. Turn Signal/Hazard Warning Flasher Indicator CAUTION If the vehicle is driven for over 2 seconds (over 10 km/h) while the parking brake is applied.5K/Win . this warning light comes on and should go out after 4 seconds. Brake Warning Light When the ignition is switched on.

it means there is a malfunction in the system. Cruise Control Indicator* This indicator comes on when the cruise control is switched on. If this light doesn’t go off after engine starting or comes on while driving. Refuel preferably before the warning light comes on. Have the charging system checked by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. Heated Glass Indicator This indicator comes on when the outside rearview mirror and tailgate glass heated glass is switched “ON”. INSTRUMENT PANEL A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. This reminding operation stops when the driver fastens the seat belt even during its operation period. Fill up the fuel tank immediately if this warning light comes on. varies according to the vehicle operating conditions or gradient of the road. however.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02.5K/Win 5-7 .Battery Charge Warning Light This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned on and go off when the engine is started. It goes out after specified period of time. Seat Belt Reminder The seat belt warning light comes on and the seat belt warning chime sound for 6 seconds when the ignition switch is turned to “ON” position unless the driver’s seat belt is securely fastened. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Low Fuel Level Warning Light This warning light indicates that the fuel will soon be exhausted. The time it takes to turn on.

5K/Win . CAUTION If the light comes on while driving. If you drive over 10 km/h of vehicle speed without closing the door. this warning light illuminates and then should go out. If it does not come on. Engine Oil Pressure Warning Light This warning light comes on when the ignition is switched on and should go out when the engine is started. it indicates that the oil pressure is dangerously low. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. add the specified engine oil to the proper level. Stop the engine immediately and check the engine oil level. close all doors. Door Open Warning Light This light comes on when a door or tailgate is either opened or not closed completely. or if it does not go out. or if it flashes or illuminates continuously while driving. the warning light blinks.High Beam Indicator This indicator illuminates when the headlight high beam is switched on. If the oil level is low. CAUTION Driving with high beam headlamp disturbs the approaching vehicle’s visibility for safe driving. have the lubricating system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. 5-8 A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. Air Bag Warning Light When the ignition is switched on. If the oil level is normal. • Before driving off. to confirm that the air bag is operational. • Check warning light is off. it means that there is malfunction in the system. WARNING WARNING Driving with door open can cause injury to people inside and outside the vehicle. Have the air bag system checked without delay by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. Use the high beam headlamp only during very dark situations when it is very hard to see the road.

CAUTION If “4WD CHECK” warning light stays on or “4WD LOW” indicator blinks continuously.5K/Win 5-9 . After completion of mode change to 4WD HIGH. the indicator stays on. have the 4WD system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. This indicator comes on when the ignition key is communicating with the engine control unit (during engine starting) and goes out after starting the engine. INSTRUMENT PANEL A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. it may indicate that there is something wrong in the immobilizer system. The indicator comes on without blinking when shifting from 2WD to 4WD HIGH. NOTE When shifting the driving mode from 4WD LOW to 4WD HIGH. the indicator goes on. 4WD CHECK Warning Light* This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to “ON” and should go out if the system is normal. the indicator goes out. this indicator blinks until the shifting operation is completed.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. this indicator will blinks until the shift is completed. CAUTION If this indicator blinks. 4WD Low Indicator* * When shifting the driving mode between “4WD LOW” and “4WD HIGH”. 4WD High Indicator (For Part Time 4WD) This indicator comes on when the 4WD HIGH mode is selected by pushing 4H switch. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Shift the driving mode from 2WD to 4WD HIGH only when the vehicle speed is under 70 km/h. have the 4WD system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. If “4WD CHECK” warning light stays on.Immobilizer Indicator This indicator indicates the operating conditions of immobilizer system. Have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. After completion of shift. After completion of mode change.

Mode switch Glow Indicator (For Diesel Engine) This indicator comes on when the ignition switch is turned on and stays on for a short time or may go off right away. Then. CAUTION When the glow indicator comes on while driving or the engine cannot be started properly. the vehicle operates in safety mode to maintain minimum driving conditions and to prevent the system from being damaged. In this mode. have the glow plug system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. the light will go out. some of engine control components including sensors and devices are defective.5K/Win . If the light stays on or comes on while driving. Use this mode to drive off smoothly under icy and slippery road.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. 5-10 A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. The waiting time will vary according to the engine coolant temperature. the engine should be started. In the vehicle equipped with direct injection type engine. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. CAUTION If the engine stops due to complete fuel consumption and then this light comes on after refueling. the engine’s output power may be decreased in a certain driving distance (30 km) WARNING When this warning light comes on. When this happens. this indicator may come on very shortly or may not come on. Engine Check Warning Light This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to ON and goes out if the engine is in normal condition.Winter Mode Indicator (For Automatic Transmission) The indicator comes on when the Winter mode (W) switch near the gear selector lever is presses. the engine driving force may be decreased or the engine may stall. have the system checked at the Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. When the glow plugs are sufficiently heated for cold starting.

During the diagnosis.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. brake pedal vibration and noise may be apparent when the driving motors discharges the hydraulic pressure from the internal hydraulic device. WARNING • If this light doesn’t come on when the ignition is switched on or if this light doesn’t go out. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Even though your vehicle is equipped with ABS. This means the ABS is properly functioning. so keep the safety distance. If this light illuminates while driving.BRAKE SYSTEM RELATED WARNING LIGHTS ABS Warning Light This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to ON and should go out if the system is normal. your vehicle may need normal braking distances like conventional brake vehicles or could be longer according to road conditions.5K/Win 5-11 . INSTRUMENT PANEL A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. In this case the brake system performs its regular function but without the anti-locking capability. Have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation as soon as possible if this condition occurs. CAUTION The vehicle equipped with ABS performs self-diagnosis on the system when the engine is started and drives off. a malfunction of ABS is indicated. contact your nearest Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

5-12 A120_RHD_05-Instrument Panel. the indicator lamp flickers and the alarm sounds. have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. CAUTION If the ESP warning light comes on. If the EBD system is abnormal.p65 Page 12 2006-10-02. WARNING If the warning light stays on. the ABS works in a basic way.5K/Win . At this moment. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Press this switch again to resume the ESP function.EBD Warning Light This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to ON and should go out if the system is normal. make sure to check the vehicle at the nearest Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. the indicator lamp goes out. However. the ESP related system is defective. both EBD warning light and ABS warning light come on simultaneously. If the ESP function operates while driving. At this time. the ESP function stops and the indicator lamp in instrument panel comes on. ESP Warning Light* If you press the ESP OFF switch.

WATER SEPARATOR WARNING LIGHT

DIESEL ENGINE

Water Separator Warning Light (Without Additional Water Separator)
When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. Also, the driving force of the vehicle decreases. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter.
WARNING • The fuel system in engine may get serious damage if you keep driving while the warning light is coming on. Prompt correction should be necessary. • Using low quality fuel could result in a serious damage to the engine due to the water or impurities in fuel. Never use the low quality fuel. • When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. Also, the driving force of the vehicle decreases. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter & water separator. If the above conditions are still existing after draining the water, have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. • Before starting the engine, press the priming pump until it becomes rigid to fill up the fuel pump with fuel.

For the draining procedures, please refer to “How to drain the water from fuel filter” on next page. This warning light goes out when the draining is completed.

Water Separator Warning Light (With Additional Water Separator)
When the water level inside water separator exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. Also, the driving force of the vehicle decreases. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter & water separator. For the draining procedures, refer to “How to drain the water from fuel filter & water separator” on next page. This warning light goes out when the draining is completed.

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HOW TO DRAIN THE WATER FROM FUEL FILTER (Without Additional Water Separator) DIESEL ONLY
1. Locate the fuel filter ( ) in engine compartment and place the water container under it. 2. Disconnect the connector ( ) under the drain plug ( ) of the water separator. 3. Turn the drain plug ( ) to “ ” direction to drain the water. 4. Press priming pump until all water is drained. After draining, turn the drain plug until the gasket contact to the threaded plug hole, then tighten (“ ” direction) it 1/2 turns by hand. 5. Engage the connector ( ) under the drain plug and press the priming pump ( ) until it becomes rigid. 1. Fuel filter 2. Drain plug 3. Connector 4. Priming pump A. Opening direction of drain plug B. Closing direction of drain plug 6. Close the engine hood and start the engine.
WARNING If the priming pump is not properly operated, air may get into the fuel line. It may cause starting problem or fuel system problem. Make sure to perform the job in step 5.

CAUTION Be carefule not to be injured by surrounding equipment during the working procedures.

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HOW TO DRAIN THE WATER FROM FUEL FILTER (With Additional Water Separator)

DIESEL ONLY

CAUTION • Drain the water from fuel filter & water separator immediately after the warning light comes on. If you cannot do that by yourself, visit nearest Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. • For the draining procedures, please refer to “How to drain the water from fuel filter” on next page. After draining the water, press the priming pump until it becomes rigid.

Fuel filter

WARNING The fuel system in engine may get serious damage if you keep driving while the warning light is coming on. Prompt correction should be necessary.

Priming pump

Water separator

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1. Locate the fuel filter ( ) & water separator ( ) in engine compartment. 2. Place the water container under the fuel filter ( ) & water separator ( ). 3. Disconnect the connector under the drain plug ( ) of the water separator. 4. Turn two drain plugs to “ ” direction to drain the water. 5. Press priming pump until all water is drained. After draining, turn the drain plug until the gasket contact to the threaded plug hole, then tighten (“ ” direction) it 1/2 turns by hand.
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Fuel filter Priming pump Water separator Drain plug Connector Opening direction of drain plug Closing direction of drain plug

Be careful not to be injured by surrounding equipment during the working procedures.

6. Engage the connector under the drain plug and press the priming pump ( ) until it becomes rigid. 7. Close the engine hood and start the engine.
WARNING If the priming pump is not properly operated, air may get into the fuel line. It may cause starting problem or fuel system problem. Make sure to perform the job in step 6.

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........................................ 6-18 6 Transmission and Brake System A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 1 System................................................. 6-5 Driving Tips for Automatic Transmission ..TABLE OF CONTENTS Shift Lever in Manual Transmission ..... 6-16 Parking Brake Operation .................................. 6-2 Cautions ... 6-8 Parking Aid System* ...... 6-14 Brake System .... 6-4 Gear Selector Lever in Automatic Transmission ................................................... 6-12 Rearview Camera System* ...................p65 2006-10-02.................. Brake System ................5K/Win .......... 6-7 Gear Selector Lever Positions ........ ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6........................ Parking Aid System. 6-3 Automatic Transmission..

Then. move the gearshift lever. To change gears.p65 2006-10-02. 5th Gear Position for very high speed driving on a highway 3rd Gear Position for normal and high speed driving 5th 3rd 1st 1st Gear Position for driving off and high traction force Neutral Reverse 4th 2nd Reverse Gear Position for reverse driving Neutral Position Position for engine start.SHIFT LEVER IN MANUAL TRANSMISSION The manual transmission in your vehicle has 5 forward speeds and 1 reverse speed.5K/Win . After shifting. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. fully depress the clutch pedal. release the clutch slowly. and parking 4th Gear Position for high speed driving 2nd Gear Position for low speed driving 6-2 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 2 System. vehicle stop.

• Do not rest your foot on the clutch pedal while driving. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. When parking on a uphill gradient. CAUTIONS • Stop the vehicle completely before shifting into reverse.5K/Win 6-3 . This may cause an unexpected gear change and result in a transmission damage. place the gearshift lever in “1st” position. • In cold weather. The clutch disc will wear prematurely. • Do not rest your hand on the gearshift lever while driving. it is not malfunction but normal.CAUTIONS Downshift On long downhill stretches. when downshifting from 5th gear into 4th gear. Clutch pedal 4. Parking When parking the vehicle. The clutch or transmission could be damaged. downshift in good time and operate the engine brake to make use of the engine braking effect.p65 2006-10-02. place the gearshift lever in “R” position. the 2nd gear can be abruptly engaged due to driver’s carelessness. Foot brake pedal 3. Parking brake pedal TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 3 System. Especially. • Do not downshift by skipping gears or while the engine is running in high speed. When parking on a downhill gradient. Pedals in manual transmission equipped vehicle 1. • Make sure that the engine rpm will not go over the red zone in tachometer. ensure the parking brake is fully applied before stopping the engine. This should cause a very sharp increase of engine rpm and results in a severe damage to engine and transmission. Accelerator pedal 2. gearshifting may not be easy until the transmission oil is heated. However.

AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.displays rear obstacles Rearview Camera 6-4 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 4 System. BRAKE SYSTEM Auto Shift Indicator Brake Pedal( ) and Accelerator Pedal( )/ Parking Aid Display( ) in Multimeter Gear Selector Lever P R N D 1 2 3 4 5 Parking Aid Sensors Parking Aid Display in Multimeter Monitor (when reverse driving) .5K/Win .p65 2006-10-02. PARKING AID SYSTEM.

turn off the engine and depress the brake pedal before the attempt. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Selection of Manual / Automatic Shift Function • • D : Automatic shift according to the driving condition M : Manual shift TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 5 System. try to move the lever while pushing down here with a sharp object such as a ballpoint pen.p65 2006-10-02.5K/Win 6-5 .GEAR SELECTOR LEVER IN AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Gear Position • • • • Tip Switch in “M” Position (Manual Gear Shift) The shiftable gear can be adjusted by moving this switch to forward and rearward when the gear selector lever is in “M” position. For your safety. P : Parking R : Reverse N : Neutral D : Driving Mode Switch • • W : Winter mode S : Standard mode Shift Lock Release Button when Locked in the “P” Position If you cannot move the selector lever from the “P” or “N” position. you have to depress the brake pedal with the ignition switch “ON” Use the standard mode in normal driving conditions. To shift into any other positions from the “P” or “N” position after stopping the vehicle.

5K/Win . wait for a while comes on for several seconds with • When driving on a down hill. If you try to shift the lever to “D” from “N”. do not shift to “N”. For your safety. • Even though you can start the engine with the selector lever in both “P” or “N”. depress the brake pedal securely. wait until the engine speed becomes stable.000 rpm). for your safety. always start the engine with the selector lever in “P”. never shift into “P” or “N” while the vehicle is in motion. never shift the selector lever to “N”. • To avoid any mechanical damages or accidents. avoid starting the engine from “N” even though you can do so. • As a safety function. Depress the brake pedal. Keep the brake pedal depressed and shift into “D” or “R”. always depress the brake pedal before moving the gear selector lever with the vehicle stopped. your vehicle may abruptly move and cause an accident. HDC will be deactivated. when you start until the “D1” shift indicator the brake pedal depressed. 3. the gear selector lever cannot be moved into the “P” or “R” position when the vehicle speed about 8 km/h. In addition.Starting and Driving Off 1. your vehicle may lose its stability and be at a high risk. any sudden attempt to shift from a higher to a lower gear can severely damage the vehicle. sharply accelerate the vehicle after the transmission will be damaged. • Never depress the accelerator pedal when moving the gear selector lever. • When driving at a high speed. Check whether or not the engine speed is in a normal operating range (below 1. your vehicle may abruptly move. Otherwise. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. release the parking brake. • Never shift into “R” when the vehicle is moving.p65 2006-10-02. and move the gear selector lever to “D” position. off after stopping. • If you have to stop on a hill. a sudden gear engagement can damage the driving train. • HDC is designed for driving down a steep hill. CAUTION • Do not abruptly drive off or shifting into “D”. Wait for a while several seconds before driving off with the brake pedal depressed. To move the vehicle. When HDC is applied. 4. Therefore. release the brake pedal and depress the accelerator pedal gradually. Always start the engine while the selector lever is in “P” and the brake pedal is depressed. Otherwise Especially. • When the parking brake is released while the engine is running at a high rpm. WARNING • For your safety. • When starting the engine with the accelerator depressed. 2. 6-6 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 6 System.

Kickdown Function If you need to accelerate rapidly. When stopping on a steep hill. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.DRIVING TIPS FOR AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION Creep Phenomenon Without any depression of the accelerator pedal. depress the accelerator pedal completely to the floor. your vehicle may move in the opposite direction of the intended direction in spite of the creep effect.5K/Win 6-7 . This may result in unwanted accidents. TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 7 System. • If you use the kickdown function too frequently. or the tires may slip. engaging a lower gear can generate a slower engine speed and eventually slow down the vehicle speed. the more braking force. CAUTION • Do not excessively apply the brake pedal while going down a long hill. By using this engine brake. the engine speed decreases.p65 2006-10-02. This decreased engine speed creates an extra braking force. experience vapor lock or the fade phenomenon. On a down hill. The lower gear. you can decrease your vehicle speed without excessively using the brake system. always depress the brake pedal. the engine brake cannot be applied. • Avoid any abrupt engine braking on slippery roads. This is called the creep effect. Then. • Never move the selector lever to the “N” position while driving. CAUTION • Do not use the kickdown operation while driving on slippery or sharply curved roads. By doing so. The brake system will overheat. your vehicle can move slowly if the selector lever is in any position other than “P” or “N”.or two-lever gear will automatically be engaged. the durability and fuel economy of the vehicle will get worse. This is called the Kickdown function. CAUTION • On a steep decline or incline. a one. Engine Brake When the accelerator pedal is released while the vehicle is in motion. You can control your vehicle’s movement by only applying the brake in heavy traffic or narrow areas. and lose the braking force. • Be aware that the engine brake does not work when the gear selector lever is in the “N” position.

2. when you start off on a hill after stopping and parking the vehicle. The transmission is automatically shifted from 1st gear up to 5th gears according to the level of depression on the accelerator pedal. • Do not downshift abruptly (3. To shift into any other position. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Stop the vehicle completely before shifting into “P”. • To shift from the “P” position to another position. Use this position to park your vehicle. • Even while the gear is in “D”. Especially. depress the brake pedal. WARNING • Do not abruptly drive off or sharply accelerate the vehicle after shifting into “D”. 6-8 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 8 System. You could lose control and hit people or objects (especially on a slippery road).5K/Win . or 1) when the vehicle speed is high (D or 4).GEAR SELECTOR LEVER POSITIONS P: PARK POSITION D: DRIVE POSITION Use this position for normal driving conditions.p65 2006-10-02. CAUTION Please note that the vehicle may slowly move forward on level ground when the selector lever is in “D”. WARNING • If you touch the selector lever unexpectedly while driving. so you have to depress the brake pedal. or the transmission will be damaged. It can make the vehicle unstable. the vehicle can roll down an uphill according to the gradients. Be careful not to touch the selector lever while driving (especially during the winter season). • If low-range maximum speeds are exceeded when the selector lever is in low gears. wait for a while until the shift indicator “D” and “1” will come on with the brake pedal depressed. Any forcible attempts to move the selector lever from “P” without the two procedures may damage the selector lever. or the transmission will be damaged. or stay in a location for an extended length of time. warm up the engine. the ignition switch must be turned to “ON” and the brake pedal should be depressed. the transmission can be damaged. WARNING • Never shift into “P” when the vehicle is moving. the shiftable gear may be changed.

However. or the transmission will be damaged. depress the brake pedal firmly.R: REVERSE POSITION N: NEUTRAL POSITION • Use this position to reverse the vehicle. the gear selector lever cannot be moved into “P” or “R” when the vehicle speed is about 8 km/h. the gear selector lever may not be moved smoothly (N→R). and parking aid system will be activated (optional (If equipped)). apply the brake when the gear is in this position. It is designed for protecting the vehicle and is not a fault. the engine does not transfer power to the wheels and the vehicle will not move on a flat road.3 minutes when the ambient temperature is below -15°C.p65 2006-10-02. To shift into “R” from “P” or “N”. WARNING • Never shift into “R” when the vehicle is moving. To shift into “D” or “R” position from “N” position after stopping the vehicle. • Please note that the vehicle may slowly move rearward when the selector lever is at “R”. • Never shift into “N” from the “D” position or vice versa when the vehicle is moving. completely stop the vehicle and depress the brake pedal. At this position. you have to depress the brake pedal with the ignition switch “ON”. Otherwise. for safety. When the shift lever is in “R”. A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 9 System. • If you have to stop on a hill and would like to use this neutral position. WARNING • Warm up the engine for approx.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Never attempt to move the gear selector lever to “N” when the vehicle is in motion. CAUTION As a safety function.

to protect the system.p65 2006-10-02. and the brake pedal depressed: 1.5K/Win . Shift Lever Lock in “P” or “N” Position To shift from “P”. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. . Depress the brake pedal and push down the shift lock release lever with a stick such as a pen. and to provide good driving stability.SHIFT LEVER LOCK RELEASE Shift Lock Function This system locks the gear selector lever in the automatic transmission according to the driving status and conditions to prevent driver from making operational mistakes. have your vehicle repaired by the nearest Ssangyong dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center as soon as possible. Then. the gear shifting from “N” to “R” is not available when the vehicle speed about 8 km/h. check the followings: . Shift lever lock release Prohibition of Gear Shift from “N” to “R” While Driving To maintain the vehicle stability and protect the drive train of the vehicle.The ignition key is in “ON”. the ignition switch must be turned to ON and the brake pedal must be depressed. Apply the parking brake firmly and turn the ignition off. 6-10 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 10 System. If you cannot shift out of “P” with the ignition switch in ON . 2. shift the lever to other position.The brake pedal is d epressed. WARNING If this happens. If you cannot shift out of “P”.

Shift down (–) TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 11 System. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. If you keep pressing the button. Selecting “M”: Manual gear shift Shift down Shift up Tip Switch on Steering Wheel If the gear selector level is moved to “M” position while driving. the gear is shifted down to the next lower gear. then operate the tip switch to next lower shiftable gear. the gear may be shifted through several steps in a series. Tip Switch in Gear Selector Lever Shift up (+) Use of Engine Brake To use the engine brake.5K/Win 6-11 . • Abruptly using the engine brake may make driving unstable. the current gear may not be shifted to the lower gear even if the gear selector lever is moved to “M” position. change into the manual gear shift mode first. CAUTION • Operate the tip switch only once. Do not use the engine brake abruptly especially when driving on roads covered with snow or ice. NOTE To prevent shift shock and to protect the system. in some cases.p65 2006-10-02.MANUAL GEAR SHIFT BY TIP SWITCH Adjustment for the Shiftable Gear Driving gear can be adjusted by operating the tip switch after moving the gear selector lever from “D” to “M” position.

the parking aid system is activated and the sensors in rear bumper detect the distance to obstacle.5K/Win . the alarm sounds according to the distance from obstacle to vehicle.PARKING AID SYSTEM* Parking Aid System When the gear selector lever is shifted into “R” position. You can figure out the distance from obstacle to vehicle with the alarming sound and the display in multimeter. 6-12 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 12 System.p65 2006-10-02. This message appears when the rear detecting sensor is defective. The alarm interval becomes faster as the obstacle approaches. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Multimeter The number of displaying bars is decreased as the obstacle approaches. Sensor Check Obstacle Detecting Sensor When you move the gear selector lever to “R” position.

Detecting obstacle at rear center side • The parking aid system will not work or improperly work under following cases: Certain obstacles that sensors cannot detect . Not defective but improperly working . .p65 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.Wires. sponge. 51cm ~ 80cm approx. 81cm ~ 1.5K/Win 6-13 . snow or mud.Rearview Display in Multimeter Alarm interval and display changes according to the distance: Detecting obstacle at rear right side CAUTION In the parking lot as shown in the figure. so check with outside rearview mirrors or by turning your head during parking.When the sensing portion is covered by rain.Obstacles lower than the bumper. hill and grass. clothes.When driving on the rough roads.When a high-power radio is turned on. Detecting obstacle at rear left side . Distance over 1. You should continue to utilize the mirrors or turning your head. . chains. ropes. . or the sensors will be damaged.Cotton.When the sensing portion is frozen. TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 13 System.3 sec below 50cm alarm stays on • The parking aid system is just a supplemental device to help your parking operation. gravel road. . water drops.2m approx. Normal precautions when reversing should be maintained.When receiving other ultrasonic signals (metal sound or air braking noises from heavy commercial vehicles).6 sec • Do not press or shock the sensors by hitting or high-pressure water gun while washing. snow that absorb ultrasonic waves.2m Alarm interval no alarm Display .When the bumper height is changed due to the heavy load. 1. 2. the upper portion of the vehicle can be hit before the sensor operation. .

Front Monitor Rear Monitor If you move the gear selector lever to “R” position. 6-14 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 14 System. If you move the gear selector lever to “R” position. the front monitor displays rearview even when it is in use.p65 2006-10-02.REARVIEW CAMERA SYSTEM* This is a supplementary system to show the rear area when the gear selector lever is in “R” position.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. the rear monitor displays rearview only when it is not in use.

• The audio and video mode in rear A/V system are not changed. • Note that the display does not show everything in the rear area. the audio mode stays on. • Both monitors are automatically turned off when shifting out from “R” position.p65 2006-10-02. • The video mode in front A/V system resumes when shifting out from “R” position. However.When selecting R position while A/V system is in use • The video mode in front A/V system is changed to rear view monitoring mode.5K/Win 6-15 . When selecting R position while A/V system is not in use • Both monitors are automatically turned on to display rearview. CAUTION • The real distance is different from what you see in monitor because the camera uses wide-angle lens. TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 15 System. • Keep the camera lens clean with a lens cleaner. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.

5K/Win .BRAKE SYSTEM ESPoff switch Parking brake release lever Parking brake Brake pedal 6-16 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 16 System. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 2006-10-02.

it delivers high braking pressure to the wheels. do not depress the brake pedal when the accelerator pedal is depressed. ESP SYSTEM* The ESP system is an electronic vehicle stability control system and driving safety supplementary system that helps to avoid dangerous situations by applying brakes on the wheels or the engine torque to compensate vehicle stability when it is extremely unstable under conditions such as sharp cornering.5K/Win 6-17 . it controls the braking pressure electronically to effectively distribute the braking forces to the front wheels and rear wheels. depress the parking brake pedal firmly.p65 2006-10-02. Do not continuously apply the brake pedal while going down a long hill. This symptom is the safety function to protect the vehicle’s drive system. ABS controls the wheels properly not to be locked and allows steering to increase the vehicle’s stability. The brake system will be overheated causing vapor lock or fade to lose braking force. TRANSMISSION AND BRAKE SYSTEM A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 17 System. your vehicle will not be steered or rotate and could be resulted in accident. Parking Brake To apply parking brake. At this time. If the system recognizes that it is an emergency case requires hard braking. The ESP function works when vehicle stability is very unstable. The ESP system does not work under normal driving conditions. This system also includes brake assist function for the handicapped persons because they depress the brake pedal softly even when hard braking is required. This symptom can be eliminated if you depress and release the accelerator pedal once when the brake pedal is not depressed. pull up the parking brake release lever. Otherwise. EBD (Electronic Brake-force Distribution)? When the brake pedal is applied. the vehicle keeps going on ahead but the wheels are locking not to rotate. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION ABS (Anti-Lock Brake System)? When you brake abruptly or on the slippery road. Use foot brake along with the engine braking effects by selecting lower gears. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.Brake Pedal (Foot Brake) Foot brake is designed to decrease the vehicle speed and stop the vehicle. EBD operates when the speed differences between the most fast front wheel and the rear wheel are over 1 km/h and if ABS is engaged. the response from accelerator pedal may be delayed. it does not operate. Drive System Safety Function While driving. Parking Brake Release Lever To release parking brake.

Parking brake release lever Parking brake pedal Parking Brake Operation Park at a safe place and depress the parking brake pedal firmly. • Driving with parking brake applied could damage rear brake system. Parking Brake Release To release parking brake. Before driving. fully release the parking brake. be sure to check that the brake warning light is turned off. have the brake system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. CAUTION • Before driving off. the brake warning light on the instrument panel comes on. pull up the parking brake release lever.p65 2006-10-02. stop the vehicle immediately and release the parking brake. When this happens. When the pedal is depressed. 6-18 A120_RHD_06-Transmission and Brake Page 18 System. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . the brake warning light blinks and buzzer sounds to warn the driver when the vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h for more than 2 seconds. • If the brake warning light doesn’t go out after releasing the parking brake.PARKING BRAKE OPERATION Warning Sound When Driving While the Parking Brake is Engaged Accelerator pedal Brake pedal If you drive the vehicle without releasing the parking brake.

.................................. 7-2 Driver’s Seat (Power Seat) ...............p65 Page 1 2006-10-02..................... 7-12 Second & Third Row Seat (11-Seaters) ... ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6........ 7-16 Fourth Row Seat (9 & 11-Seaters) .............. 7-18 Making a Luggage Compartment (9 & 11-Seaters) ........ 7-19 7 Seats A120_RHD_07-Seats.......................................... 7-6 Convenience Devices in Front Seats ...... 7-5 Passenger’s Seat ........ 7-4 Driver’s Seat (Manual Seat) ............................. 7-10 Third Row Seat (9-Seaters) ...........TABLE OF CONTENTS Seaters ............... 7-14 Third Row Seat (7-Seaters) .............................. 7-7 Second Row Seat (7-Seaters) . 7-17 How to Remove and Install the Third Row Seat (7-Seaters)* ........................ 7-8 Second Row Seat (9-Seaters) .........5K/Win .................................................

p65 Page 2 2006-10-02.SEATERS 11-SEATERS Driver’s seat Second row seat (right) Third row seat (right) Fourth row seats Center jump seat Passenger’s seat Second row seat (left) Third row seat (left) WARNING • Do not adjust driver’s seat when vehicle is moving. make sure that it is securely locked at its proper position.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. 7-2 A120_RHD_07-Seats. • Removed or improperly adjusted head restraints can result in serious head and neck injuries in case of a collision. Control of vehicle can be lost. • When folding the seatback in rear seats.

9-SEATERS 7-SEATERS Passenger’s seat Second row seat (left) Third row seat (left) Driver’s seat Passenger’s seat Second row seat (left) Driver’s seat Second row seat (right) Third row seat (right) Second row seat (right) Third row seat Fourth row seats Second Row Seat The second row seats have arm rests at both sides.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 7-3 . Swing down them when you want to use. SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats.

5K/Win . 7-4 A120_RHD_07-Seats. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. To lower the head restraint.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02.DRIVER’S SEAT (POWER SEAT) Head Restraint Adjustment Seat Slide Adjustment Seat Heater Seat Height Adjustment To raise the head restraint. press the release button on top of seatback and push the head restraint down. and press it again to stop the operation. Seat Tilt Adjustment Seat Warmer Switch Seatback Reclining Adjustment Press the button to warm the seat. pull it up without pressing the release button.

press the on top of seatback release button and push the head restraint down. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. release the lever in desired position. make sure the lever is retuned to its original position and the seatback is locked. lean back to the desired angle and release the lever.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. To lower the head restraint. lean forward slightly and raise the lever. pull it up without pressing the release button. Rotate the rear knob forwards to lower the rear section of the seat cushion and rotate rearwards to raise it. Rotate the front knob forwards to lower the front section of the seat cushion and rotate rearwards to raise it.DRIVER’S SEAT (MANUAL SEAT) Head Restraint Adjustment Seatback Reclining Adjustment To raise the head restraint. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats.5K/Win 7-5 . Then. Seat Slide Adjustment Seat Height Adjustment To move the seat forward or backward. To change the seatback angle. Then. After adjusting.

Seat Heater Seat Slide Adjustment Seat Warmer Switch To move the seat forward or backward. and press it again to stop pull forwards to use. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. To lower the head restraint.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. the operation. Press the button to warm the Hold the front of the tray and seat. After adjusting. 7-6 A120_RHD_07-Seats. pull it up without pressing the release button. make sure the lever is retuned to its original position and the seatback is locked. lean forward slightly and raise the lever. lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. To raise the head restraint. Then.PASSENGER’S SEAT Seatback Reclining Adjustment Head Restraint Adjustment To change the seatback angle. press the release button on top of seatback and push the head restraint down. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . Seat Under Tray The seat under tray is located under the passenger’s seat. Then. release the lever in desired position.

¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Do not put any hot beverage cup or can on the table when the vehicle is moving. Turn it back to its original position when not in use. To do some temporary jobs and put something on it.CONVENIENCE DEVICES IN FRONT SEATS Seatback Table and Cup Holder * Locations of cup holder may vary according to the seats. Seatback Storage Pocket The front seatback storage pocket is provided to store small personal properties. The table can be damaged. • Do not use the table when the vehicle is moving. Hold the front of the tray and pull forwards to use. SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats. swing it up. It may result in a personal injury during abrupt braking or sharp acceleration. A table is installed at the rear of the front seatback.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. It may result in a personal injury during sudden braking or starting. WARNING • Do not put heavy objects on the table. Seat Under Tray The seat under tray is located under the passenger’s seat.5K/Win 7-7 .

Head Restraint Adjustment To change the seatback angle. Then. pull up the lever and turn the seat until it clicks. WARNING Make sure that the seat is completely locked.5K/Win . release the lever in desired position.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. pull it up without pressing the release button. This lever is designed to adjust the seatback up to a certain angle. To raise the head restraint. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. press the on top of seatback release button and push the head restraint down. Seat Slide Adjustment Seat Turning To move the seat forward or backward. Then. lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. 7-8 A120_RHD_07-Seats. Use the trays to store some personal properties. Seat Under Tray The seat under trays are located under the seat at both sides. To lower the head restraint.SECOND ROW SEAT (7-SEATERS) Seatback Reclining Adjustment * Locations of cup holder may vary according to the seats. To make the second row seat facing rearwards. lean forward slightly and raise the lever .

and set the seatback and fold the seatback SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. To move the seat forward or backward.Seatback Folding and Unfolding Seat Slide Adjustment Pull up the lever and fold and unfold the seatback until it clicks. Pull up the seatback folding lever until it clicks. WARNING Make sure that the seatback is completely locked.5K/Win 7-9 .p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. 2. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Then. release the lever in desired position. Pull up the seatback reclining lever upright. Seat Folding 1.

lean back to the desired angle and release the lever.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. lean forward slightly and raise the lever . This lever is designed to adjust the seatback up to a certain angle and to make it flat. pull it up without pressing the release button. To raise the head restraint. release the lever in desired position. Then. Use the trays to store some personal properties. Head Restraint Adjustment To change the seatback angle. Seat Slide Adjustment To move the seat forward or backward. press the on top of seatback release button and push the head restraint down. To lower the head restraint.5K/Win . 7-10 A120_RHD_07-Seats. Then.SECOND ROW SEAT (9-SEATERS) Seatback Reclining Adjustment * Locations of cup holder may vary according to the seats. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. Seat Under Tray The seat under trays are located under the seat at both sides. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6.

pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. and set the seatback and fold the seatback SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats. 2. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Pull up the seatback reclining lever upright. Then.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. Seat Folding 1.Seatback Folding and Unfolding Seat Slide Adjustment Pull up the lever and fold and unfold the seatback until it clicks.5K/Win 7-11 . WARNING Make sure that the seatback is completely locked. Pull up the seatback folding lever until it clicks. release the lever in desired position. To move the seat forward or backward.

To lower the head restraint. 7-12 A120_RHD_07-Seats. This lever is designed to adjust the seatback up to a certain angle and to make it flat. To raise the head restraint.THIRD ROW SEAT (9-SEATERS) Seatback Reclining Adjustment Head Restraint Adjustment To change the seatback angle. lean forward slightly and raise the lever. pull and hold the up and seat slide lever move the seat as required.5K/Win . Seat Slide Adjustment To move the seat forward or backward. release the lever in desired position. press the release button on top of seatback and push the head restraint down. lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. Then. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. Then.p65 Page 12 2006-10-02. pull it up without pressing the release button.

p65 Page 13 2006-10-02. WARNING Make sure that the seatback is completely locked. release the lever in desired position. Pull up the seatback folding lever until it clicks.5K/Win 7-13 . ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. and set the seatback and fold the seatback SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats. 2.Seatback Folding and Unfolding Seat Slide Adjustment Pull up the lever and fold and unfold the seatback until it clicks. Seat Folding 1. Then. Pull up the seatback reclining lever upright. To move the seat forward or backward.

p65 Page 14 2006-10-02. This lever is designed to adjust the seatback up to a certain angle and to make it flat. To raise the head restraint. To lower the head restraint. pull it up without pressing the release button. 7-14 A120_RHD_07-Seats. release the lever in desired position.5K/Win . Seat Slide Adjustment To move the seat forward or backward. ¿ÀÀü 11:05 Adobe PageMaker 6. lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. press the release button on top of seatback and push the head restraint down. pull and hold the up and seat slide lever move the seat as required. Then. lean forward slightly and raise the lever.SECOND & THIRD ROW SEAT (11-SEATERS) Seatback Reclining Adjustment Head Restraint Adjustment To change the seatback angle. Then.

pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required.p65 Page 15 2006-10-02.5K/Win 7-15 . Center Jump Seat Folding Seat Folding 1. 2.Seatback Folding and Unfolding Seat Slide Adjustment Pull up the lever and fold and unfold the seatback until it clicks. Pull up the seatback folding lever until it clicks. WARNING Make sure that the seatback is completely locked. Pull up the seatback reclining lever upright. and fold the seatback . Then. Fold the center jump seat to arrow direction SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats. release the lever in desired position. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. 1. To move the seat forward or backward. and set the seatback and fold the seatback 2. Pull up the seatback folding lever completely.

To change the seatback angle. press the release button on top of seatback and push the head restraint down. Seat Slide Adjustment Seatback Reclining Adjustment To move the seat forward or backward. adjust the seat while passengers are sitting on the seat. lean back to the desired angle and release the lever. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. pull it up without pressing the release button. Then. 7-16 A120_RHD_07-Seats. lean forward slightly and raise the lever.5K/Win . This lever is designed to adjust the seatback up to a certain angle.THIRD ROW SEAT (7-SEATERS) Head Restraint Adjustment To raise the head restraint. pull and hold the seat slide lever up and move the seat as required. release the lever in desired position.p65 Page 16 2006-10-02. NOTE To make the seat sliding adjustment easier. Then. To lower the head restraint.

FOURTH ROW SEAT (9 & 11-SEATERS) Seatback Folding and Unfolding Pull up the lever and fold and unfold the seatback until it clicks. WARNING Headrestraint Adjustment To raise the head restraint. SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats.5K/Win 7-17 . ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 17 2006-10-02. Make sure that the seatback is completely locked. To lower the head restraint. press the release button on top of seatback and push the head restraint down. pull it up without pressing the release button.

Slide the third row seat to its rear end (arrow direction) while pulling up the seat sliding lever ( ).p65 Page 18 2006-10-02. Remove the seat rail covers ( ) CAUTION • Be careful not to drop the seat when removing it. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . 2. • Make sure that the seat is securely engaged on the rail during installation.HOW TO REMOVE AND INSTALL THE THIRD ROW SEAT (7-SEATERS)* 1. 5. Install the seat in the reverse order of removal. Fold down the seatback of the third row seat while puliing up the seatback reclining lever ( ). It may cause a personal injury. 7-18 A120_RHD_07-Seats. It may cause serious personal injury when the brake is applied suddenly. 3. 4. Please put the luggage only when the seat is installed in normal position. Carefully remove the third row seat from the rail by using the hand grips ( . • Do not put any luggage between the 2nd and 3rd row if the 3rd row seat has been removed and the 2nd row seat is rotated. ) on the seat as shown in the figure.

and set the fourth 2. Pull up the lever row seat upright. Release the cover locks . Pull up the fourth seatback folding lever and fold the seatback until it clicks. Making a luggage compartment by folding the fourth row seat 1. 2. Hook two straps on the poles of head restraint as shown in above figure. Pull up the fourth seatback folding lever and fold the seatback until it clicks. Adjust the length of the straps to tighten the folded seat securely.p65 Page 19 2006-10-02. Unfold the cover completely.5K/Win 7-19 . 3. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. 4.MAKING A LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT (9 & 11-SEATERS) Making a luggage compartment on the fourth row seat 1. 3. SEATS A120_RHD_07-Seats. Open the covers and take out the supporting straps.

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................ 8-18 Warnings for Air Bag ........... 8-6 Second Row Seat . 8-2 Seat Belt in Front Seats ................................................................... 8-7 How to Fasten the Seat Belts in Second Row Seat ....TABLE OF CONTENTS Seat Belt ..... 8-5 How to Fasten the Three Point Seat Belt in Front Seats ............................5K/Win ................................................ 8-9 Warnings for Seat Belt .............................................. 8-8 Seat Belts in Third and Fourth Row Seat .......................... 8-20 8 Seat Belt and Air Bag A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag.......... ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6..........................p65 Page 1 2006-10-02.................. 8-16 Air Bag ............................................

left) Three point seat belt (second row seat.5K/Win . left) Three point seat belt (third row seat. left) Three point seat belt (third row seat. right) Three point seat belt (third row seat.SEAT BELT 9-SEATERS Three point seat belt (passenger’s seat) Three point seat belt (driver’s seat) 7-SEATERS Three point seat belt (passenger’s seat) Three point seat belt (driver’s seat) Three point seat belt (second row seat. right) Three point seat belt (fourth row seat. left) Lap belt / three point seat belt (second row seat. left) Lap belt (center seats) Three point seat belt (fourth row seat.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02. right) EU : Three point seat belt General : Lap belt (center seats) 8-2 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. right) Lap belt / three point seat belt (second row seat. right) Three point seat belt (third row seat.

11-SEATERS
To protect you and your passengers in the event of an accident, it is compulsory that the seat belts are worn by all occupants while the vehicle is in use. Three point seat belt (fourth row seat, left) Three point seat belt (third row seat, left) Three point seat belt (second row seat, left) Three point seat belt (passenger’s seat)

Lap belt (center seats)

Three point seat belt (fourth row seat, right)

Three point seat belt (third row seat, right)
WARNING

Three point seat belt (second row seat, right)

Three point seat belt (driver’s seat)

• Before driving, all occupants should fasten the seat belts. If not, the occupant can be injured seriously in collision or sudden maneuvering of the vehicle. • Never use a same seat belt more than one person at a time. • Modifications and improper maintenance for the safety systems could cause serious injury. The safety systems including seat belt should be checked and repaired by only Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

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Three Point Seat Belt

Lap Belt

The belt is positioned across the chest and pelvis. The belt is secured at three points in the vehicle body and seat.

The belt is positioned across the pelvis. The belt is secured at two points in the vehicle body and seat.

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SEAT BELT IN FRONT SEATS
Seat Belt Height Adjustment
• To raise the seat belt, slide up D-ring. • To lower the seat belt, press the knob and slide down D-ring.
WARNING • Adjust the seat belt height before driving. • Shoulder belt should be positioned midway over the shoulder, never across the neck.

Pretensioner
When a strong frontal occurs, seat belt pretensioner rewinds the seat belts immediately to protect occupant’s face and chest. • Insert the metal latch plate into the buckle until it clicks. • To unfasten the seat belt, on the press the button buckle.

Fastening the Seat Belt

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HOW TO FASTEN THE THREE POINT SEAT BELT IN FRONT SEATS

1. Pull out the latch plate from the retractor. If the seat belt is locked when being pulled out, rewind it completely in the retractor, then pull it out to the desired length.
CAUTION Sit back in the seat with the seatback in an upright position and wear the seat belt.

2. Position the shoulder belt across the body and the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. Insert the latch plate into the buckle until it clicks. 3. Adjust the seat belt height as required.
WARNING Improperly worn seat belts could cause serious injury or death. • Put the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. Do not put it across waist. In an accident, the belt may pressurize on your abdomen. This may also result serious internal injuries. • Shoulder belt should be positioned midway over the shoulder, never across the neck.

4. Pull the latch plate to make sure it is securely locked. 5. To unfasten the seat belt, press the on the buckle. button

WARNING Make sure that the seat belt is not twisted.

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SECOND ROW SEAT

* 9-Seaters vehicle does not have the center jump seat in the second row seat.

The center jump seat has a lap belt, and both side seats have a lap and three point belt. Use the three point seat belt when the seat is facing forwards, and use the lap belt when the seat belt is facing rearwards.

Seat Belt Latch for Center Jump Seat
The latch is stored in the side pocket.

Latch for Lap Belt in Side Seat
Buckle for left seat Buckle for right seat

Lap Belt in Side Seats (7-Seaters Only)
Buckle for center jump seat

Fastening the Seat Belt
• Insert the metal latch plate into the buckle until it clicks. • To unfasten the seat belt, on the press the button buckle.

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Position the belt as low as possible across your hips. To unfasten the seat belt. press the button (B) on the buckle. 4. press the button (B) on the buckle. • Put the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. not across your abdomen. 2. In an accident.HOW TO FASTEN THE SEAT BELTS IN SECOND ROW SEAT * Refer to the procedures in front seat. 3. Lap Belt in Side Seat 1. Insert the metal latch plate into the buckle until it clicks. Insert the metal latch plate into the buckle until it clicks. WARNING 2.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. Do not put it across waist. 8-8 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. To unfasten the seat belt. This may also result serious internal injuries. 3. • Make sure that the latch plate is inserted into a correct buckle. Pull out the latch plate from the retractor installed at side bottom of the seat. not across your abdomen. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. Position the belt as low as possible across your hips.5K/Win . Pull out the latch plate from the retractor in the side pocket. Lap Belt in Center Jump Seat 1. 4. the belt may pressurize on your abdomen.

both side seats do not have the lap belt. Lap belt Fourth Row Seat (11-seaters) / Third Row Seat (9-seaters) Three point seat belt Three seat belt Latch Plate for Center Seat Belt The latch plate for center seat belt is stowed in a clevis between center seat and left seat. However. Lap belt SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag.SEAT BELTS IN THIRD AND FOURTH ROW SEAT Third Row Seat (11-seaters) The seat belt fastening procedures in third and fourth row seat are same with that of second row seat.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. Three point seat belt Three seat belt Seat Belt Latch for Center Jump Seat The latch is stored in the side pocket. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 8-9 .

4.5K/Win .p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. • Improper wearing of seat belts increases the chance of injury or death in a crash. To release it. 3. Pull out the Latch plate (B). • This seat belt is designed only for a passenger who sits on the center seat in the second row seat. WARNING • Make sure to fasten the seat belt according to the order as described so that it functions properly. unfasten the seat belt while holding it. CAUTION Stow the seat belt into the console when it is not in use. • Make sure that the seat belt is not twisted. • To prevent the seat belt bumping against the rear glass. Insert the Latch plate (B) to the buckle 3 across the shoulder. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Tug on the seat belt to make sure the latch plate is securely locked. Pull out the Mini-latch plate (A). do in the reverse order of wearing.Rear three point seat belt (Regulation region only) Wearing Order 1. • Do not position the seat belt to pass across your neck and abdomen. Insert the Mini-latch plate to the buckle 2 (black button). 2. 8-10 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag.

The child restraint system should be appropriate for your child’s weight and height and properly fit the car’s seat. • When not in use. • Lap belt should be worn as low as possible throughout the pregnancy. CHILD RESTRAINT (Mandatory where required regulation) When transporting infants or small children. move the child close to the center of the vehicle. SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. • Use a lap-shoulder seat belt if possible (Consult your doctor).5K/Win 8-11 . follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer. an appropriate child restraint system should always be used.PREGNANT WOMEN Ssangyong recommends that pregnant women uses a seat belt to lessen the chance of injury in an accident.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. keep your child restraint system secured with a seat belt or remove it from the vehicle. slightly inboard of the shoulder belt. • Do not allow a child in the cargo areas while the vehicle is moving. or move the child to a position without a shoulder belt if possible. Accident statistics indicate that children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seat rather than in the front seat.. • Children who have outgrown child restraint systems should sit in the rear seat and be restrained with the seat belt. • Do not hold a child while riding in a vehicle. • When installing a child restraint system. • Never let a child stand or kneel on any seat. If child’s seating position has a shoulder belt which is on or very close to the face or neck. WARNING Pregnant women and unborn child could be injured. • Please note that the three point seat belt is designed for a person who is taller than 140 cm. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. WARNING • Infants and small children should always be restrained in a infant or child restraint.

You cannot resist against the impact pressure in an accident. Ensure that the child seat is correctly installed and fastened properly. 8-12 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. WARNING Do not place a child restraint system in the front seat. When the inside temperature increases very high. Never leave children or old persons unattended in a concealed vehicle. How to use Child Anchor 1. When your child restraint is not in use.p65 Page 12 2006-10-02. Engage the attaching clip of the child seat with one of the child restraint anchorages provided floor. Check the seating surface before putting your child in the child restraint. Secure the child seat with the seat belt. The infant or child could be severely injured by an air bag inflation in case of an accident. 3. Remember that a child restraint seat left in a concealed vehicle can cause it to be very hot. When installing a child restraint. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for installation and use of the child restraint systems. do not let the seat belts come across the child’s neck.INFANT AND CHILD SAFETY Child Seat Children that are too small to use the seat belts must be properly secured in a child restraint system. 2. The child could be crushed between you and the parts of vehicle. Do not carry your child on your lap while driving. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . Use only the qualified child restraint systems. they may be in danger. store it in the trunk or keep it secured with a seat belt to prevent it from being thrown forward in case of a sudden stop or an accident.

• Use restraint system which meet safety standard.” • Front seat (without Passenger Air Bag) “It is possible install the forward and rearward facing univesal category child seat. SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag.” Child restraint anchor fittings are installed at the points as shown in the picture. • Front seat (with Passenger Air Bag) “It is possible to the forward facing universal category child seat.ANCHORAGE LOCATIONS NOTE Use the child restraint anchorage for designed purpose only.p65 Page 13 2006-10-02. • Follow directions provided by the manufacturer.” • Rear seat (3 points s/belt) “It is possible to install the forward and rearward facing univesal category child seat.” • Rear seat (2 points s/belt) “It is possible to install the forward facing universal category child seat.5K/Win 8-13 . WARNING Unrestrained infants and small children could be injured. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Never transport them unless they are properly restrained.

use the correct anchor bolt (5/16" bolt). When using a child restraint. Front A child in a rear-facing child restraint installed in the front seat can be seriously injured if the front passenger air bag inflates. • Adjust restraint system as firmly as possible. Your vehicle has been designed to accommodate a child restraint on the rear seat. be sure and check the seat cover and buckles before placing a child there. Secure a rear-facing child restraint in the rear seat. push and pull the child restraint to be sure it is secure. • Tighten anchor bolt firmly. • Anchor bolt must be engaged at least 5 full threads in the anchorage. Remove child restraint system if not in use. The anchor bolt must be engaged at least 5 full threads in the anchorage. A front-facing child restraint should be secured in the rear seat whenever possible. If you have any queries regarding the installation of a child restraint. After installation. read the installation instructions supplied with the child restraint and follow the directions for fitment carefully.5K/Win . or secure it with safety belt. Cover the unused anchor holes with the supplied plug or suitable bolts. consult a Ssangyong Dealer. CAUTION • Unused child restraint system could move forward. When installing the child restraint. adjust the seat as far back as it will go. The child restraint system should be secured in conjunction with the vehicle’s seat belt. • Exhaust gases could enter the vehicle interior. • Never use infant carrier or child safety seat that hooks over a seat back. If installed in the front passenger seat. WARNING Loosely secured child restraint system can cause serious injury. 8-14 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. Secure the child in the restraint in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions.CHILD RESTRAINT INSTALLATION WARNING Rear Child restraint system placed in the front seat could cause more serious injury or death • NEVER INSTALL A REAR-FACING CHILD RESTRAINT IN FRONT SEAT WITH FRONT PASSENGER AIR BAG.p65 Page 14 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. NOTE Since a safety belt or child restraint system can become very hot if it is left in a closed vehicle.

or move the child to a position without a shoulder belt if possible. Child restraint anchor fitting 2.5K/Win 8-15 . • Do not allow a child in the cargo areas while the vehicle is moving. slightly inboard of the shoulder belt. • If child’s seating position has a shoulder belt which is on or very close to the face or neck.p65 Page 15 2006-10-02. Example (in driving position) Front Rear Positive engagement of the child restraint attaching clip is achieved by depressing retainer spring and then opening of the anchor fitting as shown in the illustration. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • When not in use. For fitting advice. please contact your authorized Ssangyong Dealer. Under no circumstances are they to be used for adult seat belts or harnesses or for attaching other items or equipment to the vehicle. keep your child restraint system secured with a seat belt or remove it from the vehicle. SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. • Children who have outgrown child restraint systems should sit in the rear seat and be restrained with the seat belt. move the child close to the center of the vehicle. Attachment bolt 3. Method of installation of anchor engagement 1. Lock washer A 5/16"-UNC-2B-bolt with a thread length of 30 mm is used to attach the anchor fittings to the vehicle anchorage. • Never let a child stand or kneel on any seat. Front Rear WARNING • When installing a child restraint system. • Do not hold a child while riding in a vehicle. follow the instructions provided by the manufacturer.INSTALLATION OF THE ATTACHING CLIP Child restraint attaching clip WARNING Child restraint anchorages are designed to withstand only those loads imposed by correctly fitted child restraints.

• Replace the entire seat belt assembly after a severe impact even if the damage is not obvious.WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT • Always put on your shoulder belt over the shoulder and across the chest. • Infants and small children must be restrained in a child restraint system.5K/Win . • Before driving. Please observe local laws and regulations. In many countries. It increases the danger of sliding out of the belt and can cause serious injury or even death. If the light does not go off after fastening the seat belt.p65 Page 16 2006-10-02. • Do not use the seat belt for more than one person at a time. The light goes out when the driver’s seat belt is securely fastened. it means that there is a malfunction in the system. The seat belts and components that were not used during a collision must also be inspected and replaced if they show signs of damage or faulty operation. it may not protect your body from injury or death in an accident. Note that the three point seat belt is designed for a person who is taller than 140 cm. No replacement is required after a minor collision if a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation finds that no damage has occurred and everything is in proper working order. • Do not wear the shoulder belt under the arm. Do not put the shoulder belt across your neck. Damaged seat belt can cause serious injuries. Repair or replace the damaged seat belt immediately at Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. occupants could be seriously injured in collisions or sudden maneuvers. • Do not wear the seat belt over any hard or breakable objects in pockets or on clothes. the belt may pressurize on your abdomen. 8-16 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. Have the seat belt system checked by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. The belt that has been overstretched in an accident must be replaced with new one. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. If not. • Periodically check that the seat belt and its component work properly. The belt may also tighten the chest which is not as strong as the shoulders. • The warning light comes on whenever the ignition is switched on. there are regulations regarding the use of the seat belts. • Do not lock the seat belt with a clip or a clamp. • Periodically inspect all parts of the belt and have the damaged parts replaced. In an accident. • Put the lap belt as low as possible across the hips. This may also result serious internal injuries. Ssangyong recommends replacing all component parts of the seat belt after a collision. • Additional device or accessory on the seat belt may result in improper operation. Do not add any adjusting devices which restrict the seat belt operation. all occupants should wear the seat belts. Do not put it across the waist. If the seat belt is too loose.

• If the latch plate is inserted into a wrong buckle. • Seat belts should be adjusted as firmly as possible. contaminated or damaged. it may not protect your body from an injury or death in the event of a collision. The seat belt must be replaced if webbing becomes frayed. or prevent the seat belt assembly from being adjusted to remove slack. there will not be enough contact of the belt to spread the impact pressure. If the seat belt is positioned too high or fastened too loose. • Adjust the seat properly before wearing the seat belt. • Care should be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with polishes. contaminated or damaged. • Belts should not be worn with straps twisted. and particularly battery acid. and particularly battery acid. oil and chemicals. • It is essential to replace the entire assembly after it has been worn in a severe impact even if damage to the assembly is not obvious. • Sit back in the seat with the seatback in an upright position and wear seat belt. • Seat belts are designed to bear upon the bony structure of the body. • No modifications or additions should be made by the user which will either prevent the seat belt adjusting devices from operating to remove slack. consult with a doctor for specific recommendations. oils and chemicals. • Each belt assembly must only be used by one occupant. then the risks of sliding under the lap belt and getting injured are increased. The belt should be replaced if webbing becomes frayed. consistent with comfort. A slack belt will greatly reduce the protection afforded to the wearer.p65 Page 17 2006-10-02. as applicable. Use mild soap and water for cleaning. the belt may exert pressure on your abdomen instead of your pelvis. If the seatback is reclined too much. chest and shoulders. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. This may cause serious internal injury.5K/Win 8-17 . it is dangerous to put a belt around a child being carried on the occupant’s lap. • Make sure that the latch plate is securely locked. SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. Cleaning may safely be carried out using mild soap and water. • If the seat belt is twisted. • Always keep the seat belts clean and dry. • When pregnant women use the seat belt. Seat belt is the most effective when the passenger sits back and straight up in the seat. Care should be taken to avoid contamination of the webbing with polishes. • Keep the buckle clean.WARNINGS FOR SEAT BELT • Never modify the seat belt. • Do not recline the seatback more than needed for comfort while vehicle is in use. wearing the lap section of the belt across the abdominal area must be avoided. and should be worn low across the front of the pelvis or the pelvis. to provide the protection for which they have been designed.

Have the air bag system checked immediately by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. 8-18 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. it means that there is a malfunction in the system.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. It helps the effective operation of the seat belts and airbags. seat belt pretensioners rewind the seat belts immediately to restrain the occupants to their seats.AIR BAG The air bag Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) can provide additional protection for the driver and passenger against head and chest injuries in the event of a collision.p65 Page 18 2006-10-02. Driver’s Air Bag Passenger’s Air Bag* The driver’s air bag is located at center of the steering wheel. Pretensioner When a strong frontal impact occurs. Air Bag Warning Light If this lamp does not go out after engine starting or comes on while driving.

The air bag can inflate when: • Underbody impact from the road surface. dropping impact onto the road surface with a large angle SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag.p65 Page 19 2006-10-02. It helps the effective operation of the seat belts and airbags. This holds the occupant in the seat more securely. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. the pretensioner detects the stopping pressure and tightens the belt before the occupant is propelled forward. impact against the curb at a very high speed. rollover • Weak impact in which the sensor is unable to detect (under the inflation requirements) • Impact against narrow objects such as a telegraph pole or a tree • The vehicle falls into a drainage or a puddle • The front of the vehicle crashes into high impact point vehicle such as a truck • Impact on the hood by falling stones • The air bag warning lamp is on Air Bag Operation The air bag inflates when: • In response to a severe frontal impact.OPERATIONS OF AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONER When a strong frontal impact occurs. seat belt pretensioners rewind the seat belts immediately to restrain the occupants to their seats. the driver’s and front passenger’s air bags work together with the seat belts to help preventing or reducing the personal injuries. side impact or rear impact The air bag seldom inflates when: • Oblique impact. Pretensioner The pretensioner is a device that retracts the seat belt to tighten the seat belt.5K/Win 8-19 . When a collision occurs. The air bag does not inflate when: • Rollover.

You cannot resist against the impact pressure in an accident. • Do not impact any air bag components including the steering wheel. leg or face on the dashboard. air bag mounting area. It goes out after 6 seconds when the system is normal. The child could be crushed between you and the parts of the vehicle. the triggered air bag assembly should be removed from the vehicle and replaced with new one. • When the engine starts. The air bag system must be disposed only by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. • Do not attach any objects such as a sticker. the air bag warning lamp comes on for a system check. air bag mounting area. • Replace the steering wheel with only Ssangyong genuine part. Do not attempt to modify any air bag components including the steering wheel. • A child restraint system must not be placed on the front seat. • Do not place any objects on the air bag inflation location. • Hold only the outer rim of the steering so that the air bag can inflate without any hindrance.WARNINGS FOR AIR BAG WARNINGS FOR AIR BAG • Do not diagnose the circuit with a circuit tester. Also. You may get injured by those objects during deployment. • Do not move your seat too close to the steering wheel or dashboard. and harness. • The air bag components will be very hot after deployment. do not allow anyone to place their hands. The infant or child can be severely injured by an air bag inflation in case of an accident. • Once the air bag system is triggered. scent bottle. or phone holder on the steering wheel pad and to the dashboard. and harness by hand or tools. The air bag cannot work properly. so contact Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation when trashing or replacing it. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . then the system may be defective. • The seat belt and air the bags are the most effective when you are sitting well back and upright in the seat. Do not touch them. If you lower your head. • Do not place your face or chest near the steering wheel and dashboard. Have the air bag system checked immediately by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. • Incorrect air bag inspection can be dangerous and cause injuries. If this warning lamp stays ON. 8-20 A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. • Do not carry your child on your lap while driving. • The air bag contains explosive materials. You may get injured by sudden deployment.p65 Page 20 2006-10-02. the air bag can hit your head during inflation and can cause severe injury or even death.

5K/Win 8-21 . This gas may cause skin. • The air bag deployment can cause abrasion on your hands and face. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • When the air bag is deployed. You could get seriously injured when the air bag deploys.WARNINGS FOR AIR BAG • Do not hold and operate the steering wheel by crossing your arms. • When the air bag inflates. or when an accident occurred without the air bag deployment. However. • When any repairs are needed for the steering wheel. Locations of Air Bag Warning Label SEAT BELT AND AIR BAG A120_RHD_08-Seat Belt and Air Bag. it makes a loud noise and smoke. Wash it out with cold and clean water and consult the doctor if irritation continues. the smoke is a non-toxic nitrogen gas.p65 Page 21 2006-10-02. non-toxic gas will come out. However. have the air bag system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. Australia Only : I/P inside panel WARNING STATEMENT Extreme Hazard! Do not use a rearward facing child restraint on a seat protected by an airbag in front of it. • The windshield glass may be broken when the passenger’s air bag is deployed. it must be replaced in the 10th year from the installation. • The air bag system does not need to be inspected. eyes or nose irritation.

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.................................................... Heating...... Heating................. 9-6 Automatic Air Conditioner* .....p65 1 Page 2006-10-02........................ 9-18 Replacing Air Conditioner Filter ............. 9-10 Defogging and Defrosting .. 9-15 Rear Air Conditioner ........... ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6..... 9-3 Warnings and Cautions ...... 9-4 Supplementary Heating Device ........... 9-16 Air Source Selection and AQS (Air Quality System) Switch .................. 9-19 9 Ventilation........................................................ Air Conditioning and Air Purification System ...... 9-2 Air Vents ....................5K/Win ..................... 9-5 Manual Air Conditioner ................................. Air Conditioning and Air Purification System A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.....TABLE OF CONTENTS Ventilation.........

VENTILATION.5K/Win . AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM Interior Temperature and Humidity Sensor AQS and Ambient Temperature Sensor Sun Sensor Control Panel (Manual type) Control Panel (Auto type) Rear Fan Control Switch 9-2 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. HEATING. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 2 Page 2006-10-02.

AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.AIR VENTS Front Vent (heating and cooling) Up Front Vent (heating and cooling) Up Down Down Left Right Left Right Rear Vent (cooling) Air blow direction control Rear Vent (heating) Air blow volume control Heating Cooling VENTILATION.p65 3 Page 2006-10-02. HEATING.5K/Win 9-3 . ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.

It may produce an unpleasant odor trapped in the duct. odors will come out. the engine may not start easily and the engine idling can be unstable causing vehicle to vibrate.5K/Win . Do not forget to run the air conditioner in low speed. • During the winter when the air conditioner is not used regularly. do not run the fan for an extended period of time when the engine is not running. You may be suffocated to death. run the air conditioner once or twice every month for 5 ~ 10 minutes. open all windows to extract heat before turning on the air conditioner. Child or the handicapped person can be in serious danger by the heat and lack of oxygen. and when driving through an area of smoke or fume. the oil in the compressor will not be circulated and could result in malfunctions. turn on and off the air conditioner every 3 ~ 5 minutes. Run the air conditioner for 20 ~ 30 minutes with the doors opened and you could remove the odors. • When the air conditioner is not used in periods. • During driving up long hills. CAUTION • Do not stop the engine when the air conditioner is operating. • Be sure to switch back to fresh air mode after passing through an area of smoke or fume. Otherwise. Turn the fan off and wait for a few minutes in fresh air mode before stopping the engine off. • To maintain the system to its optimum state and to keep the lubrication of the air conditioner compressor and related components.WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS WARNING • If you sleep while air conditioner or heater on with all windows closed. 9-4 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. CAUTION • If your vehicle has been parked in direct sunlight. run the air conditioner in low speed once a week. Use recirculation mode for a short period of time. • If you start the engine with the air conditioner on.p65 4 Page 2006-10-02. • To prevent battery from discharging. • Continued operation in recirculation mode may cause interior to become stuffy and windows to fog. Be sure to turn off electrical systems such as fan. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Operating the air conditioner for a long time with the vehicle parked may cause the engine to overheat. • Never leave a child or the handicapped person alone in a vehicle with the air conditioner or heater on in hot or cold weather.

¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.The temperature switch is at “OFF” position . The supplementary heating devices are as follows: - PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) This supplementary heater is an electrical air heating type and installed on the heater outlet port.p65 5 Page 2006-10-02.Too low battery voltage . HEATING. Non-operational Condition . This device is operational/non-operational when the engine control unit supplies/cuts off the voltage to PTC according to the coolant temperature and the ambient temperature.5K/Win 9-5 .SUPPLEMENTARY HEATING DEVICE • The DI engine equipped vehicle has the supplementary heating devices to increase the heating effect before the engine coolant is fully heated. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.Defective ambient temperature sensor . This device improves the heating effect by increasing the temperature of flowing air into the passenger room. PTC (Positive Temperature Coefficient) Operational Condition This device is activated when the temperature switch is at any position other than “OFF” position and the coolant temperature and the ambient temperature is within a specified range.During pre-glowing process ( indicator ON) VENTILATION.During engine cranking .

MANUAL AIR CONDITIONER Rear air conditioner switch Air conditioner Fan control ON/OFF switch switch Defroster switch Rear Fan Control Switch Mode switch Rear heater switch Temperature control switch Air source selection switch 9-6 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win .p65 6 Page 2006-10-02.

Temperature Control Switch Adjust the temperature of flowing air by turning the dial. the air conditioner does not work even when the fan switch is operated.p65 7 Page 2006-10-02. HEATING. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. CAUTION If the air conditioner switch is turned off. However. the air flows due to fan operation.4 stages Cool Hot OFF switch Fan Control Switch The fan speed can be adjusted in 4 stages. Red direction: Hot Blue direction: Cool White direction: Bi_level zone VENTILATION.5K/Win 9-7 . ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.

set the air source to the fresh air intake mode and use the defroster mode. To defog. fresh air intake mode and recirculation mode changes alternatively. the indicator in the switch comes on. press the switch again. Set to fresh air intake mode after passing through dusty or polluted area. the airflow direction will be changed to windshield and door glasses. there can be danger of Carbon monoxide toxication. When the defrosting is completed. drowsiness.p65 8 Page 2006-10-02. press this switch when the fan speed switch is at any positions except OFF ( ) position. headache. Defroster switch When you press the switch. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.Air conditioner ON/OFF switch To turn on the air conditioner. To turn off the air conditioner. the indicator in the switch comes on. the air conditioner operates automatically and outside air comes in. At this moment.5K/Win . Air source selection switch By pressing the switch. WARNING • Use of recirculation mode for a long period of time can cause stuffiness. 9-8 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. and fogged window. When the recirculation mode is selected. press the switch to return to normal operations. • If exhaust gas comes in.

Vent Bi-level Floor Defroster and Floor VENTILATION. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.Rear air conditioner switch • Rear air conditioner OFF: • Fan speed control: 1. 3 stage • Rear air conditioner ON: “R” position Rear heater switch • Rear heater ON • This function is not available when the rear air conditioner switch is at ( ) position. the air flow mode changes. Fan speed control: 1. 2. 3 stage Rear air conditioner OFF Rear air conditioner ON: “R” Mode Switch By pressing the switches.5K/Win 9-9 .p65 9 Page 2006-10-02. HEATING. 2. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.

the air conditioner may be automatically changed to defroster mode according to the wiper operating conditions (A/C ON. Auto Button • If the Auto button is pressed. fresh air intake mode). Interior Temperature and Humidity Sensor Rear Fan Control Switch • By operating the relevant switch of the automatic air conditioner.AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONER* Sun Sensor Ambient Temperature Sensor Air Conditioner Control Panel Fault Code Display This display blinks for about 5 seconds when the system is defective or the engine is started. air flow direction. • If you use wiper during A/C operation. fan speed and air source. the temperature of the passenger compartment is automatically maintained according to the set temperature.p65 10 Page 2006-10-02. you can manually control the air conditioner operation. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • To turn off the air conditioner and heater.5K/Win . 9-10 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. press “OFF” button ( ).

¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. the “AUTO” indicator is displayed on the VFD and the temperature of the passenger compartment is automatically maintained according to the set temperature. VENTILATION. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.5K/Win 9-11 . the system is changed to Auto operation mode. air conditioner switch or mode switch during auto operation mode. When you press Auto button during manual operation mode. set temperature) Ambient temperature display Auto button and temperature control switch Rear air conditioner and heater switch (fan control switch) Defroster indicator Recirculation indicator Air flow indicator Air conditioner operating indicator Fan speed indicator Fan speed control switch and ambient temperature display button Defroster switch OFF switch Air conditioner switch Rear heater switch Mode switch Air source selection and AQS switch Auto Operation Mode When you press Auto button. the “AUTO” indicator on the VFD goes out and the air conditioner system can be controlled manually.Fresh air intake mode indicator Auto mode indicator Temperature display (ambient temperature. Manual Operation Mode When you use fan speed control switch. HEATING.p65 11 Page 2006-10-02.

When you press Auto button during manual operation mode.Auto Button And Temperature Control Switch When you press Auto button. Cool Hot Low fan speed High fan speed OFF Switch To stop the air conditioner operation. However. CAUTION If the air conditioner switch is turned off.p65 12 Page 2006-10-02. the air conditioner does not work even when the fan switch is operated. When turning this switch in Auto mode. the “OUTSIDE” indicator appears and the ambient temperature is displayed on the VFD for about 5 seconds. turn the switch as required. Ambient Temperature Display Button When you press this button. Fan Speed Control Switch To control the fan speed. the system is changed to Auto operation mode.5K/Win . turn this switch. press this switch. the “AUTO” indicator goes out and the system is changed to manual mode. 9-12 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. To adjust the temperature and fan speed. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. the “AUTO” indicator is displayed on the VFD and the temperature of the passenger compartment is automatically maintained according to the set temperature. CAUTION The ambient temperature may not display the actual ambient temperature due to engine heat or ground heat. the air flows due to fan operation.

When you press the switch again. and AQS ON/OFF changes alternatively. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. Defroster Switch When you press the switch. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. recirculation mode AQS system deactivated. the “AUTO” indicator goes out. ( ). CAUTION To change the air source to recirculation mode during auto air conditioner operation. the air conditioner operates automatically and outside air comes in. At this moment. the air conditioner stops operation and indicator goes out. refer to the AQS section. the ( ). For details. AQS system activated AQS system deactivated. get into manual air conditioner mode. the airflow direction will be changed to windshield and door glasses.Air Conditioner Switch When you press the switch. press the switch to return to normal operations.p65 13 Page 2006-10-02. fresh air intake mode. recirculation mode. HEATING. the ( ) indicator comes on and the air conditioner starts to operate. Air Source Selection and AQS (Air Quality System) Switch By pressing the switch. then press the air source selection switch. fresh air intake mode VENTILATION. When the defrosting is completed. and ( ) indicators come on. however.5K/Win 9-13 .

the system is changed to manual air conditioner mode (“AUTO” indicator disappears). When you press this switch in auto air conditioner operation (“AUTO” indicator appears).Rear air conditioner switch • Rear air conditioner OFF: • Fan speed control: 1. Mode Switch By pressing the switch. 3 stage • Rear air conditioner ON: “R” position Fan speed control: 1.5K/Win . Vent Bi-level Floor Defroster and Floor 9-14 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. 2.p65 14 Page 2006-10-02. 2. the air flow mode changes. 3 stage Rear air conditioner OFF Rear air conditioner ON: “R” Rear heater switch * Rear heater ON * This function is not available when the rear air conditioner switch is at ( ) position.

HEATING. 3. VENTILATION. In this case. 3. To quickly remove the fog on the glass. set the switch at high speed position. • An extended air conditioner operation in bi-level mode or defrost mode may cause the fogged outside glass due to high temperature difference between inside and outside of the vehicle. Manual air conditioner Defroster switch CAUTION • To prevent the fog generating on the glass. To prevent the fog generating on the glass. setting the air source selection switch to the fresh air intake mode is recommended. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. Set the temperature control switch to hot position. 4. Automatic air conditioner Outside 1. change the air flow to vent mode and use the low fan speed.p65 15 Page 2006-10-02. Press the defroster switch.DEFOGGING AND DEFROSTING Inside 1. setting the air source selection switch to the fresh air intake mode is recommended. 4. Press the defroster switch. • Especially in winter and summer. remove any obstacles such as snow or leaves on the air inlets. NOTE When you press this switch. To quickly remove the fog on the glass. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. to avoid glass fogging. set the switch to high speed position. the air conditioner turns on automatically and the system selects the fresh air intake mode.5K/Win 9-15 . 2. Adjust the fan speed with the fan speed control speed. 2. Adjust the fan speed with the fan speed control speed.

¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. Rear Air Conditioner Control Switch Panel Rear Fan Speed Control Switch Air Conditioner Switch Rear Heater Switch Rear Heater Vent Rear Air Conditioner Vent 9-16 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.REAR AIR CONDITIONER The appearance of rear air conditioner switch in automatic air conditioner equipped vehicle is different from that of manual air conditioner equipped vehicle. but its functions are same.p65 16 Page 2006-10-02.5K/Win .

Hot air flows out from ( ) vent when heating.1. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System.5K/Win 9-17 . press “A/C” switch. the air conditioner does not work even when the rear air conditioner switch is operated. and cool air flows out from ( ) vent when cooling. 3. the air flows due to fan operation. HEATING.p65 17 Page 2006-10-02. 2. However. press “RR HTR” switch. CAUTION Do not operate the fan for a long time when the engine is not running. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. Position the rear air conditioner control switch to any position except ( ) position. To operate the air conditioner. the fan speed can be controlled by this switch. When the rear air conditioner switch is at “R” position. To operate the heater. VENTILATION. 4. The battery could be discharged. Hot air Cool air WARNING If the “A/C” switch or “RR HTR” is turned off.

Air Source Selection and AQS (Air Quality System) Switch By pressing the switch.p65 18 Page 2006-10-02.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.AIR SOURCE SELECTION AND AQS (AIR QUALITY SYSTEM) SWITCH AQS System? Air Quality System (AQS) automatically changes the air source selection to recirculation mode when polluted air is detected through AQS sensor. AQS Sensor Air Source Selection and AQS (Air Quality System) Switch NOTE The AQS also can be operated according to the vehicle’s driving conditions. 9-18 A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. The air source selection returns back to fresh air intake mode after a specified period or the polluted air is disappeared. then press the air source selection switch. the mode changes as below: Manual Operation (“AUTO” indicator OFF) Auto Operation (“AUTO” indicator ON) Fresh air intake mode Fresh air intake mode Recirculation mode AQS operation mode AQS operation mode To change the air source to recirculation mode in AUTO mode. get into MANUAL mode first.

VENTILATION.REPLACING AIR CONDITIONER FILTER Replace the air conditioner filter at every 10. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. Open the glove box. Make sure that the filters are facing correct direction. unpaved road. HEATING.000 km of driving. if the vehicle is operated under severe conditions such as dusty road. 2. Auto Manual 1. it out. shorten the replacement interval. and excessive air conditioner and heater operation. 3. However. Slightly move the cover while pushfilter. The arrow should face upward. CAUTION • Do not apply excessive force to the holders when removing the glove box. • Cooling and blowing capacity are decreased. Remove the filter 4. • Replace both air conditioner filters at a time and pay attention to the installing direction. Remove the glove box from dash panel by moving both holders to arrow direction. second filter to left side and pull ing the holder to arrow direction. The arrow should face downward. It may cause a deformation of holders and results in a loose installation.5K/Win 9-19 . Replace the filters with new ones. Auto Manual Replace the air conditioner filter when • Unpleasant odor is generated at first operation after long unused period.p65 19 Page 2006-10-02. AIR CONDITIONING AND AIR PURIFICATION SYSTEM A120_RHD_09_Air Conditioning System. Install in the reverse order of removal. 6. Pull out the first 5.

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p65 2 Page 2006-10-02. in turn.CAUTIONS IN USING THE TURBOCHARGER WHAT IS THE TURBOCHARGER? Turbochargers are based on gas turbine engine technology. draws in fresh air which it supplies to the cylinders in compressed from. but operate under considerably greater pressure. output performance is boosted between 15~30% in comparison to a non-turbocharged engine. The turbocharger consists of two turbo elements. a turbine and a compressor. The compressor.000 spins per minute and uses the energy of the exhaust gas to drive the compressor.5K/Win .000~160. • Increase specific power • Compensate for power loss at altitude • Reduce emissions What is the intercooler? The inter-cooler cools down the compressed air temperature to increase the engine power by increasing the air density. As more fuel is drawn into the engine. The turbine rotates between 50. 10-2 A120_RHD_10-Turbo Charger System. both of which are driven from the main center shaft. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. Advantages of a turbocharger Turbocharger helps the engine operate more smoothly and with greater efficiency.

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE
The vehicle owner should be encouraged to observe the following precautions to ensure maximum turbocharger service life.
CAUTION • Operate the engine above idle only after normal engine oil pressure has been established. Forcing the turbocharger to operate before the bearings are adequately lubricated creates unnecessary friction. • Take steps to reduce temperature and speeds from their maximum before shutting down the engine. The engine equipped with turbocharger develops much more heats than normal engine, so when the engine is stopped abruptly, the oil in the bearings may evaporate due to heats and can cause sticks. • Use only designated engine oil and observe inspection and replacement intervals.

CAUTION • At low ambient temperature, or when ever the vehicle has not been used for a long period, normal engine oil pressure and flow is affected. Under these conditions the engine should be started and allowed to idle for a few minutes before operating at a higher rpm. • Avoid long periods of engine idling. The combination of low-pressures in the turbine and compressor may allow oil to seep past the seal into the turbine or the compressor. • The turbocharger may need to be pre-oiled after oil change or any service that involves oil draining. Crank the engine a few times before allowing start, then start the engine and allow it to idle for a period to establish full oil circulation and pressure before operating at higher rpm.

TURBO CHARGER SYSTEM
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TURBOCHARGER INSPECTION
Good maintenance practices should be observed, particularly regarding air filtration and oil quality and filtration. These areas are important because of a turbocharger’s speed of operation. Proper operating procedures and preventive maintenance practices enhance good turbo-service lift and performance. The contaminated air cleaner can damage the turbocharger seriously, so frequently check the air cleaner and observe the replacement intervals.

WARNING Operating the turbocharger system without the intake and exhaust manifold mounting can result in severe engine damage. The turbocharger should be operated when every device is normally installed.

NOTE
The most defectives in turbocharger are turbine blade damages or compressor bearing sticks due to lack of oil supply, contaminated engine oil or external materials.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Storage Boxes and Convenience Devices 11-2 Front Storage Boxes ................................... 11-4 Sun Visors .................................................... 11-5 Inside Rearview Mirror ................................ 11-6 Tiltable Steering Wheel and Horn ............. 11-7 Front Power Outlet and Cigarette Lighter ... 11-8 Assist Grip, Seatback Table, Seatback Pocket .......................................... 11-9 Rear Monitor* ............................................. 11-10 Rear Cigarette Lighter, Rear Cup Holder, Rear Storage Box, Rear Power Outlet .... 11-11 Center Console (Storage Boxes, CD Changer, DVD Changer) ...................... 11-12 Removable Center Console ...................... 11-13 Removal and Installation of Tray ............. 11-14 Audio, Video, Navigation System* ........... 11-15 Cautions ..................................................... 11-17

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STORAGE BOXES AND CONVENIENCE DEVICES

Sunglasses box

Passenger’s sun visor Inside rearview mirror

Driver’s sun visor

Steering wheel tilting lever Flower vase

Front monitor Cigarette lighter Front cup holde Driver’s door map pocket Card holder Center console

Glove box

Power outlet Passenger’s door map pocket

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WARNING • Driving with any storage box open can cause injury in case of an accident or a sudden stop. Keep all the storage boxes closed while driving. • Do not store any flammable items or disposable lighter in the console box or other space. In hot weather, they can explode and cause a fire. • When vehicle is in motion, the liquid may spill out. Spilled liquid can damage the vehicle and cause burns if it is hot. Do not use cup holder while vehicle is in motion.

Assist grip

Rear monitor

Assist grip

Rear Cigarette lighter

Seatback table Seatback pocket

Seatback table Seatback pocket

Rear cup holder Rear storage box

Rear cup holder Rear power outlet

CONVENIENCE DEVICES
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p65Page 4 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. Card Holder Glove Box Tickets and cards can be stored. Map. magazine. 11-4 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. press the cup holder until it clicks. If you press the front of the cover. To close it. the cup holder comes out.FRONT STORAGE BOXES Sunglasses Storage Box Front Cup Holder Front Door Map Pocket The map pocket is located on each front door.5K/Win . newspaper and others can be stored.

SUN VISORS Use the sun visors to block the sunlight. CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices.5K/Win 11-5 . ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65Page 5 2006-10-02. The passenger’s sun visor has a vanity mirror. Driver's sun visor Passenger's sun visor Inside rearview mirror sensor The driver’s sun visor has a ticket holder.

• When the gear selector lever is in R position. WARNING • For your safety. automatic anti-glare function will be cancelled to obtain a best rearview. • For your safety. down or side ways to obtain the best view. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • When rear window has dark tinted glass. automatic anti-glare function may not operate properly. ECM (Anti-glare auto adjustment function) Manual Type Inside Rearview Mirror The reflection rate of inside rearview mirror can be automatically adjusted by the light intensity from a vehicle behind you. CAUTION • Day time use Push forward the lever on the mirror. • When the rear vehicle’s headlamp is not beamed directly to the inside rearview mirror’s sensor. If you accidentally get it in your eyes. WARNING • The electrolyte may come out when the mirror is broken. Adjustment Hold and adjust the mirror to obtain a best rearview.INSIDE REARVIEW MIRROR The inside rearview mirror can be adjusted up.p65Page 6 2006-10-02. • Night time use Push aft the lever on the mirror. 11-6 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. never adjust the mirror while the vehicle is in motion. CAUTION Under following conditions. flush with water and see your doctor.5K/Win . never adjust the inside rearview mirror while the vehicle is in motion. Do not allow it to contact your skin or eyes.

Front cigarette lighter Front power outlet Horn Press the horn pad on the steering wheel to sound the horn. To lock the steering wheel at the position. make sure that the steering wheel is locked. • Before driving. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. To adjust the steering wheel. WARNING • Control of vehicle can be lost.TILTABLE STEERING WHEEL AND HORN Tiltable Steering Wheel The steering wheel can be adjusted up or down to the desired position.5K/Win 11-7 . Do not adjust steering wheel position while vehicle is moving. CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices.p65Page 7 2006-10-02. move the control lever to arrow direction and adjust the wheel up or down to the proper position. move the control lever to arrow direction .

WARNING • For the extra electrical devices. pull it out and have the problem corrected by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.p65Page 8 2006-10-02. • Do not put a finger into the outlet. When it becomes heated.5K/Win . There can be electrical defect if insert objects other than power outlet plug or water comes in. • Do not allow children to operate or play with cigarette lighter. It may cause an electric shock. ¿ÀÀü 11:06 Adobe PageMaker 6. • If the lighter does not pop out within 30 seconds. • Do not touch barrel of lighter. Front Power Outlet An auxiliary power outlet for extra electrical devices is install in the dash panel. This power outlet supplies power when the ignition key is in “ACC” or “ON” position. The lighter can be overheated and this can cause a fire hazard. there could be accidents like fire. • Abide by the nominal capacity of 120W. 11-8 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. If you alter vehicle’s wiring lines freely. • Do not hold the lighter pressed in by hand while heating.FRONT POWER OUTLET AND CIGARETTE LIGHTER Front Cigarette Lighter To operate the cigarette lighter. WARNING The barrel of the lighter becomes hot during use and can cause burns. CAUTION • Keep the power outlet cover closed if not in use. it automatically pops out ready for use. press it in all the way when the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position. you must use power outlet.

It may result in a personal injury during abrupt braking or sharp acceleration. The front seatback storage pocket is provided to store small personal properties.5K/Win 11-9 .ASSIST GRIP. To do some temporary jobs and put something on it. SEATBACK TABLE. WARNING • Do not use the table when the vehicle is moving. SEATBACK POCKET Coat Hanger Coat Hanger Assist Grip Seatback Table Seatback Storage Pocket * Locations of cup holder may vary according to the seats. Turn it back to its original position when not in use.p65Page 9 2006-10-02. CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. A table is installed at the rear of the front seatback. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. swing it up.

p65Page 10 2006-10-02. • Bright adjustment • Tint adjustment • Color adjustment 1.REAR MONITOR* Passengers in rear seats can watch TV. Adjustment of Rear Monitor Screen Opening/Closing of Rear Monitor To adjust the monitor screen. 11-10 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. When you press the open button . 3. and VCD through the rear monitor. the rear monitor slightly opens. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. The rear monitor displays the rearview during reverse driving (rearview camera system equipped vehicle). Close the rear monitor when it is not in use. use three control dial installed in left side of the monitor base. Open the rear monitor to its stop. DVD. 2.5K/Win .

press it in all the way when the ignition switch is in the “ACC” or “ON” position. Spilled liquid can damage the vehicle and cause burns if it is hot. For detailed cautions and warnings.5K/Win 11-11 . WARNING When vehicle is in motion. CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. Rear Power Outlet (Right side of fourth row seat) Cup Holder (Left) Rear Storage Box (Left side of third row seat) The rear storage box is provided to store small personal properties. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. This power outlet can be found at right side of body wall when you raise the fourth row seat. REAR CUP HOLDER. the liquid may spill out. it automatically pops out ready for use. refer to “Front Cigarette Lighter” section.p65Page 11 2006-10-02.REAR CIGARETTE LIGHTER. Do not use cup holder while vehicle is in motion. For detailed cautions and warnings. refer to “Front Power Outlet” section. REAR POWER OUTLET Cup Holder (Right) Rear Cigarette Lighter (Left side of third row seat) To operate the cigarette lighter. When it becomes heated. REAR STORAGE BOX.

p65Page 12 2006-10-02. refer to the separately provided operating manual. pull up the lever . For details. • To open the lower storage box (or CD/DVD changer). pull up the lever .5K/Win . CD CHANGER.CENTER CONSOLE (STORAGE BOXES. DVD CHANGER) • To open the upper storage box. : Storage box : Varies according to option • Storage box • CD changer • DVD changer Storage Box CD Changer DVD Changer When using CD/DVD changer When you open the cover and press the button . 11-12 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. • Do not use accessories that exceed rated capacity (12V/120W) which may cause blown fuses. the CD/DVD changer case appears. digital camera and joy stick. Aux jack (audio and video terminals) can connect with camcorder. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.

CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices.REMOVABLE CENTER CONSOLE Storage Bin and Table The center console cover can be used as a table in second row seats. it can be used as a table in front seats. Portable Tray The center console can be used as a portable tray.5K/Win 11-13 .p65Page 13 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. When swing the inner cover from center console cover. Refer to the removal and installation procedure in next page.

To release left lock. do not touch the folded area. 2. Pull out the tray assembly. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. turn the tray to arrow direction while pushing up the inner lock button. Put down the lifted support and push both sides of tray out. 4.p65Page 14 2006-10-02. Insert the removed storage bin into the tray and close the cover. 11-14 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. 3. It may cause a personal injury. WARNING 5. The length of tray handle can be adjusted. lift up the support from floor and push both sides of tray in. Open the cover in rear bottom of the tray. • When pushing both sides of tray out. To release the bottom locks. Open the cover and remove the storage bin.5K/Win .REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF TRAY 1.

refer to the separately provided operating manual. NAVIGATION SYSTEM* For details. Rear Monitor Front Monitor Audio/Video Head Unit DVD Navigation Unit* CD Changer* (DVD Changer*) CD üÀÎÀú CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.AUDIO. VIDEO.p65Page 15 2006-10-02.5K/Win 11-15 .

CD/DVD case appears within few seconds.p65Page 16 2006-10-02. CAUTION Use only a navigation map DVD. Close the changer cover and lower cover in center console. Location of Navigation Unit The navigation unit is installed behind the rear left side cover. . 2.DVD Navigation Unit* CD Changer* DVD Changer* CD/DVD changer is installed in the center console. 5. 4. Slide the changer cover to direction 3.5K/Win . When pressing the case down. Press the opening button . ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. Open the lower cover in center console. 6. Insert a CD/DVD into the case and put the case back into the changer. 7. 11-16 A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. Remove the CD/DVD case from the changer. it is automatically moved down. How to change a CD or DVD 1.

MP3 CD CD changer • Audio CD DVD changer • DVD/VCD/Audio CD/MP3 CD CONVENIENCE DEVICES A120_RHD_11-Convenience Devices. and close the monitor. The battery could be discharged. • Do not apply excessive force to adjust.p65Page 17 2006-10-02. hard cloth.CAUTIONS CAUTIONS WHEN USING AUDIO/VIDEO/NAVIGATION SYSTEM* • An illegal copy of CD/DVD may cause a malfunction in the audio/video head unit and an abnormal replay. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. The screen surface can be damaged and discolored. • Do not apply any impact and pressure to the monitor screen. Usable Discs Navigation Unit • Map DVD for navigation Head Unit • DVD player: DVD/VCD/Audio CD/MP3 CD • CD player: Audio CD • CD + MP3 player: Audio CD. • Unusable discs may cause a malfunction in the system due to different drive type. Do not impede the automatic movement of the unit. The LCD panel or touch screen panel can be damaged. thinner) for cleaning the touch screen. Never use any coarse cloth. chemical agent.5K/Win 11-17 . Use only genuine CD/DVD. open. benzene. Use only usable discs. • When cleaning the touch screen. volatile cleaning solvent (alcohol. turn off the system and clean the surface with a dry and soft cloth. • Be careful not to spill water on the unit or to let any foreign object into the system through the opened monitor. • Do not use the audio/video/navigation system for a long time when the engine is not running. It may cause a malfunction.

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.......................................................................................... 12-4 OVM Tools .. 12-5 Changing a Flat Tyre ........TABLE OF CONTENTS Starting the Engine with Jumper Cables .......5K/Win .......................................... 12-11 When the Engine is Overheating ... 12-23 12 In Case of Emergency A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency...... 12-15 Trailer Towing* ... 12-22 Warning Triangle* ............... ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6......p65 Page 1 2006-10-02.................. 12-14 Emergency Towing .................................... 12-13 Towing a Disabled Vehicle ................ 12-12 Water Separator Warning Light and Engine Check Warning Light ..................................... 12-17 Shift lever lock release and safety mode reset .............. 12-6 Cautions when Changing the Tyre .................... 12-2 Cautions When a Tyre is Flat ......................

• Disconnect the megative cable first when disconnecting. remove all vent plugs from it. 4. Start the engine with the booster battery. 6. 12-2 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. 1.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02. Cover the opened vent holes with cloth to avoid a possibility of battery explosion and other hazards. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win . 2. Connect one end of the first lead of the jumper cable to the positive terminal of the discharged battery. Apply the parking brake and shift the transmission to P position (automatic transmission) or neutral ( N ) position (manual transmission). Prepare a set of jumper cable.STARTING THE ENGINE WITH JUMPER CABLES You can start a vehicle that has a discharged battery by transferring electrical power to it from a battery in another vehicle. If the booster battery is not a MF type battery. Switch off all electrical accessories in the vehicle with discharged battery. 5. 3. Connect other end of this same jumper cable lead to the positive terminal of the booster battery. Discharged battery Booster battery • Connect the positive + cable first when connecting.

Serious personal injury or vehicle damage can result. • Do not disconnect discharged battery from vehicle. • This can create damage to electrical systems in both vehicles. You could be burned by battery acid. Attempt to start the engine with discharged battery while slightly accelerating the engine with booster battery.7. Make the last connection to a suitable ground. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. Otherwise. • Do not allow battery fluid to contact eyes. If the engine is started.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. Connect one end of the second lead of jumper cable to the negative terminal of the booster battery. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. fabric. WARNING • Connecting the jumper cable to the negative terminal of the discharged battery could result in arcing and possibly a battery explosion. Batteries can explode. This last connection should be as far away from the battery as possible. or painted surfaces. 10. • Make sure that the booster battery has the same voltage rate with the discharged battery.5K/Win 12-3 . carefully disconnect the jumper cables in the reverse sequence of connection. and cause serious personal injury. Electrical short could injure you or damage the vehicles. 8. 11. an abrupt disconnection due to vibration during engine starting may cause an electrical short resulting in severe damage in electric components. such as a steel bracket bolted to the engine block. skin. let it run for a few minutes. • Do not expose battery to flames or sparks. 9. After starting the engine. • Make sure that the jumper leads are securely connected. • Do not allow cable terminals to touch each other.

follow the safety instructions as below: 1. 12-4 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. Park on a firm and level ground.CAUTIONS WHEN A TYRE IS FLAT If a tyre goes flat. Move off the road to a safe place away from traffic.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. 2.on express way). 3. WARNING • Don’t be panic! Improper operation of the steering wheel or abrupt braking may cause a consequential accident on the road. 4. • Have all passengers get out of vehicle and stand in a safe place. • Block the front and rear of the wheel diagonally opposite to the wheel being changed.5K/Win . night time: 200 m . Change the flat tyre with spare tyre. • Stop the engine and set up the warning triangle behind your vehicle (daytime: 100 m. Turn on hazard flashers. • Stop your vehicle to a safe place and turn on the hazard flasher and then apply the parking brake.

Pliers 7.5K/Win 12-5 . Spanner (2) 5. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. Jack connection 4. Wheel nut wrench 3. Screwdriver (+ and -) OVM tool box IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. The OVM tool kit consists of: 1.OVM TOOLS The OVM tool box is located under the fourth row seat.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. Spare tyre connection 6. Jack 2.

¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. Open the tailgate and remove the cap for spare tyre mounting hole with a screwdriver or coin. 3. CAUTION Put the tools into their own locations. Turn the ring (A) to remove the jack from the holder. Stop your vehicle to a safe place and turn on the hazard flasher and then apply the parking brake. 12-6 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency.CHANGING A FLAT TYRE Close Open 1. 2. Block the front and rear of the wheel diagonally opposite to the wheel being changed.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. 4.5K/Win . Pull out other tools from tool box. Turn the ring (A) to tighten the jack into the holder.

Remove Install 5. Turn the wheel nut wrench to counter-clockwise to remove the spare tyre. CAUTION When reinstalling the wheel cap. Pry off the wheel cap with a flat blade screwdriver.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 12-7 . CAUTION When refitting the spare tyre to the carrier. be sure to securely lock it at its location. Combine the wheel nut wrench and the spare tyre connection. be sure to completely fit into its location. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. 6. and insert it into the hole.

¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. WARNING Do not attempt to raise the vehicle until the jack is in the proper position.Rear jack up point • Locate the jack at a correct jack-up point. Place the jack directly under the jack-up points so that top of the jack contacts the vehicle at the jack-up point.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. Align the center of both the jack head and the jack-up point by turning the connecting ring with hands. Loosen the wheel nuts one or two turns by turning counterclockwise with the wheel nut wrench. Front jack up point 1 Jack head 2 Base plate 7. It may cause a persona. and secure both to the vehicle and the ground. 12-8 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. injury or a vehicle damage. check the jack-up point by hands. 8. • The jack-up point is reinforced. Do not remove the wheel nuts until the tyre is off the ground. Before setting up the jack.5K/Win .

Jack up the vehicle by rotating combined wrench clockwise until the tyre is off ground about 3 cm. release the parking brake carefully. Remove the jack and tighten the wheel nuts securely by 2 or 3 steps in the sequence as shown in the figure. For rear tyre. Combine the wheel nut wrench and the jack connection as shown in figure and hook it into the connecting ring. 11. Remove the wheel nuts by hands while the vehicle is stationary.5K/Win 12-9 . 13. Fit the spare tyre and temporarily tighten the wheel nuts by hands. 14. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. 12. 10. Remove the tyre and put it under the vehicle body. Lower the vehicle by rotating the combined wrench counter-clockwise until the tyre touches the ground. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02.9.

5K/Win . WARNING • As soon as possible.000 km of driving.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. retighten it after 1.CAUTION • If over tightened. • When the tyre has been replaced. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Improperly tightened wheel nuts can cause the wheel to become loose and even come off. 15. 12-10 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. Be sure to tighten the wheel nuts as specified. • Mixing tyres could cause you to lose control while driving. Put the removed tyre in the luggage compartment and put the tools into the tool box. Do not over tighten the wheel nuts by pressing the wheel nut wrench by foot or using assist pipe. the wheel nuts could be damaged. Be sure to use the same size and type tyres of the same manufacturer on all wheels. take your vehicle to a Ssangyong dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation and have the wheel nuts tightened according to Ssangyong specifications. This could lead to an accident.

and retighten the replaced tyre at nearest Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation or qualified tyre shop after emergency change. • Check the wheel nuts tightening and tyre pressure before driving. During changing the tyre • Do not completely tighten a wheel nuts at a time. After changing the tyre • Check.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. repair. • Never use oil or grease on studs or nuts. • Store the repaired or new spare tyre at its location.5K/Win 12-11 . IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency.000 km of driving. make sure that the outer surface of the tyre (wheel nut side) is facing down. It may cause an over tightening of the nuts. • Set up the jack at the specified position. Tighten it with several times in a crisscross sequence. • Retighten the wheel nuts after 1. it may be dropped on the road while the vehicle is moving. Park on a firm and level ground. When refitting the spare tyre. And. check if the spare tyre is securely locked at the location without any looseness.CAUTIONS WHEN CHANGING THE TYRE CAUTIONS WHEN CHANGING THE TYRE Before changing the tyre • Turn on hazard flashers and move off the road to a safe place away from traffic. Never get under the vehicle while it is supported by jack. Otherwise. • Have all passengers out of the vehicle and in a safe place from the traffic. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.

WHEN THE ENGINE IS OVERHEATING
If the engine coolant temperature gauge shows an overheating condition or you have another reason to suspect the engine may be overheating, stop and park the vehicle.

Symptoms: • Gauge indicates over the normal range (red zone), • Emit steam from engine compartment • Decrease the engine power
CAUTION • Scalding hot coolant and steam could be blown out under pressure, which could cause serious injury. Never remove the coolant surge tank cap when the engine and radiator are hot. • Engine and radiator may be damaged if you add cold water abruptly when the engine is still hot. • Use only Ssangyong recommended antifreeze. • If the antifreeze is not available, use the soft water temporarily. Change the coolant with correct concentration as soon as possible. • If the problem continues, have the cooling system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

1. Turn on hazard flashers and move off the road to a safe place away from traffic. Park on a firm and level ground. Apply the parking brake and shift the transmission to P position (automatic transmission) or neutral position (manual transmission). 2. Turn off the air conditioning or heater if used. Open the engine hood and idle the engine until it cools. 3. If you see steam under the hood, stop the engine immediately. If there is no steam, open the hood and leave the engine running in idling speed. 4. However, if the gauge doesn’t go down to normal range even in idling, stop the engine and cool it down. 5. Check the coolant level in surge tank. If it is too low, check for leaks in the radiator hoses and connections. 6. When fully cooled down, loosen the surge tank cap to reduce the vapor pressure, then remove the cap. 7. Add coolant into the reservoir tank if necessary. If the coolant level is normal, have the cooling system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

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WATER SEPARATOR WARNING LIGHT AND ENGINE CHECK WARNING LIGHT
Water Separator Warning Light
When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter & water separator. For the draining procedures, please refer to “How to drain the water from fuel filter” section in this manual.
WARNING • The fuel system in engine may get serious damage if you keep driving while the warning light is coming on. Prompt correction should be necessary. • Before starting the engine, perform the pumping operation of priming pump until it becomes rigid to fill up the fuel pump with fuel.

Engine Check Warning Light
This warning light comes on when the ignition switch is turned to ON and goes out if the engine is in normal condition. If the light stays on or comes on while driving, some of engine control components including sensors and devices are defective.
CAUTION When this warning light comes on, the vehicle operates in safety mode to maintain minimum driving conditions and to prevent the system from being damaged. In this mode, the engine driving force may be decreased or the engine may stall. When this happens, have the system checked at the Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. CAUTION When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level, this warning light comes on and buzzer sounds. Also, the driving force of the vehicle decreases. If these conditions occur, immediately drain the water from fuel filter & water separator. If the above conditions are still existing after draining the water, have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.

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TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE

Flat-bed equipment is the best method of moving a disable vehicle to avoid any damages. The vehicle equipped with the full-time four wheel drive (TOD) system should be towed by this way.
WARNING If you tow the vehicle equipped with the full-time four wheel drive (TOD) system while front or rear tyres are rolling on the road, the drive system in the vehicle should be severely damaged.

If not available to use a car carrier, tow the vehicle as illustrated.

WARNING The propeller shaft for the grounded wheels should be disconnected before towing.

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EMERGENCY TOWING
For emergency towing when a towing service is not available, your vehicle is equipped with the towing hooks under the front and rear of the vehicle for use with a tow rope. When towing your vehicle with the tow rope: • Secure the rope to both of the towing hooks under the front of the vehicle as tight as possible. • To recognize the towing rope, bind a white colored cloth on the center of the rope.
Within 5m

• Switch on the hazard warning flasher of both vehicles. • Place the gearshift lever in neutral and release the parking brake. • Set the ignition in the ON position to release the steering column lock and to permit the operation of brake lamps, horn and windshield wipers. • Only the driver should be in the towed vehicle to steer it and operate the brakes. • To prevent the entry of exhaust fumes from the towing vehicles, close the windows and place the air intake lever to the recirculation mode. • Drive off slowly and avoid jerky movements. • The distance between the towing vehicle and the towed vehicle shouldn’t be over 25 m and tow the vehicle within 25 km with 5 km/h of towing speed. The length of a rope should be less than 5 m.

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Locations of Towing Hook
CAUTION • If you cannot use a professional towing service, get into the disabled vehicle during towing. But, never use this emergency towing when the electrical system, steering system, and brake system are not operative. • You may allow horizontal direction force apply. The vertical direction force may cause damage to the vehicle. • If there are steep hills or sharp turns in your towing, do not use this method. • It requires more efforts of turning the steering when the engine is not running. • Depress the brake pedal stronger than normal condition when the engine is not running.

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• When your electrical systems operate properly, turn on the hazard warning lamps or turn signal lamps according to the towing vehicle’s signals. • Avoid overloaded towing and do not tow the heavier vehicle than yours.

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durability and economy will be affected by towing a trailer. When the trailer has been coupled.6% according to engine power applied. The permissible trailer loads are valid for several gradients from 6. ensure that the correct equipment is fitted to your vehicle. Gross trailer weight is the weight of the trailer plus all cargo in it. The maximum loaded trailer weight you can pull with your vehicle depends on your intended use and what special equipment has been installed on it. the permissible rear axle load for the fully loaded towing vehicle (including occupants) must not be exceeded. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.8% to 12. This weight can be measured using a bathroom scale. braking. Also.5K/Win 12-17 . Your Ssangyong Dealer will help supply and install towing equipment to suit your requirement. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. You can measure gross trailer weight by putting the fully loaded trailer on a vehicle scale. To load your trailer properly. The maximum permissible trailer ball weight is 114kg. you must know how to measure gross trailer weight and trailer ball weight. The weight of your loaded trailer (gross trailer weight) should never exceed the specified values. Your safety and satisfaction depend upon proper use of correct equipment.p65 Page 17 2006-10-02. Trailer ball weight is the downward force exerted on the hitch by the trailer coupler at its normal towing height. Before attempting any towing. you should avoid overloading and other abusive use.TRAILER TOWING* TRAILER LOADING Your vehicle is designed primarily as a passenger vehicle therefore handling.

¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6.500 750 2. 12-18 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency.p65 Page 18 2006-10-02. after 1.5K/Win . permissible trailer loads should be reduced 10% every another 1.Maximum Load Limits Type 2WD with brake without brake with brake without brake Trailer 2.850 750 (unit: kg) Maximum permissible static vertical load 114 4WD The above dimensions are certified data to meet the following conditions.000m height. So. WARNING Never exceed the maximum load limits of trailer or trailer towing equipment and be aware that due to the higher load overheating might occur in hot days or during continuous uphill driving. Gradients up to 12%: Capable of 5 starts within 5 minutes (with trailer) Gradients up to 18%: Capable of 5 starts within 5 minutes (without trailer) WARNING In higher elevations the engine output and gradability may drop so that it may not be possible for the permissible trailer loads to be fully utilized in mountainous territory.000m height.

Never allow safety chains to drag on the road. • Check by weighing loaded trailer and ball load separately.5K/Win 12-19 . Always check for the proper operation of all trailer lights before you start to tow.WARNING Incorrect loading and crosswinds. Always leave just enough slack to permit full turning. TRAILER BRAKES If the trailer brakes are used.000 miles) under the following conditions. TYRES When towing trailers. Follow the manufacturer’s recommendation for attaching safety chains.location. SAFETY CHAINS Always attach safety chains between your vehicle and the trailer.Driving in hilly or mountainous terrain. large trucks passing or road roughness can cause swaying or trailer separation. Never modify the brake system of your vehicle. Cross the safety chains under the tongue of the trailer so that the tongue will not drop to the road if it becomes separated from the hitch. be sure your tyres are properly inflated to the inflation pressure. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. BRAKE FLUID Change the brake fluid every 15. • Adjust ball load by distribution of load in trailer.p65 Page 19 2006-10-02. . TRAILER LIGHTS Make sure your trailer is equipped with lights which meet country and local requirements. .Towing a trailer frequently. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. • Check the relevant state or territory registration authorities for the legal maximum towing weight capacities. you should follow all instructions provided by the manufacturer.000 km (9.

Stopping distance is increased when you tow a trailer. • Make sure that you have enough room when cornering and avoid sudden maneuvers. • Avoid holding the brake pedal down too long or too frequently. If something goes wrong. with a trailer attached. 12-20 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. stopping. he could be injured. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Parking on a steep slope is not recommended. Apply the parking brake firmly. you might have to use your brakes so much that they would get hot and no longer work well. and reversing before you begin towing in traffic.p65 Page 20 2006-10-02. • Do not drive faster than 90 km/h. observe the following precautions: • Practice turning.AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION FLUID More frequent maintenance is required if your vehicle tows trailer frequently. Do not tow in traffic until you are confident that you can handle the vehicle and trailer safely. Make sure anyone removing blocks from your wheels stands to one side. • If someone removing the blocks stands directly behind the trailer. acceleration or stops. • Always have someone guide you when reversing. people can be injured and both the vehicle and trailer can be damaged. which will cause the brakes to overheat and result in reduced brake efficiency. shift down and reduce your speed to a level which minimizes the possibility of engine and transmission overheating. your vehicle will handle differently compared with normal driving condition. • Before driving. If your brakes or the hitch slipped. On a long uphill grade. TOWING TIPS When towing a trailer.5K/Win . • Take note of trailer manufacturer’s instructions. For safety. make sure that the lighting system of the trailer works properly. • Allow adequate stopping distance. You really should not park your vehicle. If you don’t shift down. such as the trailer/caravan hitch becoming disengaged. the trailer could roll backward. • Avoid sharp turns or lane changes. DRIVING ON GRADES Reduce speed and shift to a lower gear before you start down a long or sleep downgrade. • Always block the wheels on both vehicle and trailer when parking. • Avoid abrupt starts. on a hill.

it’s a good idea to review these sections before you start your trip. Each of these is covered in this manual and the index will help you find them quickly.PARKING ON HILLS You really should not park your vehicle. Then apply your parking brake. and then shift to PARK (P) for automatic transmission. WHEN YOU ARE READY TO LEAVE AFTER PARKING ON A HILL 1. 3. People can be injured. MAINTENANCE WHEN TRAILER TOWING Your vehicle will need service more often when you’re pulling a trailer. See the maintenance Schedule for more on this. Reapply the regular brakes. Let up on the brake pedal. 2. brake pads & discs. your rig could start to move. or First or Reverse gear for a manual transmission. 2. but don’t shift into PARK (P) for automatic transmission yet. Release the regular brakes. Apply your regular brakes. 4. and both your vehicle and the trailer can be damaged.p65 Page 21 2006-10-02. Check periodically to see that all hitch nuts and bolts are tight. 5. or into a gear for a manual transmission. with a trailer attached. on a hill. But if you ever have to park your rig on a hill. If you’re trailering. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. Apply your regular brakes and hold the pedal down while you: • Start your engine • Shift into a gear and • Release the parking brake. When the wheel chocks are in place release the regular brakes until the chocks absorb the load. If something goes wrong. automatic transmission fluid. 3. Drive slowly until the trailer is clear of the chocks. Have someone place chocks under the trailer wheels. here’s how to do it: 1.5K/Win 12-21 . 4. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. Things that are especially important in trailer operation are engine oil. Stop and have someone pick up and store the chocks.

2. and place the selector lever to the “D” position. take the steps mentioned above and take the vehicle to a Ssangyong dealer or authorized service center. 2. Park the vehicle and place the selector lever to the “P” position. Then.SHIFT LEVER LOCK RELEASE AND SAFETY MODE RESET HOW TO RELEASE THE SHIFT LEVER LOCK Symptoms after Resetting of the Safety Mode • Heavy shock when moving the selector lever • Decreased driving force while driving at a high speed • Fixed gear position during driving • If the safety mode is activated. the shift indicator displays “D”. Apply the parking brake firmly and turn the ignition off. Start the engine. have the system check by a Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Center. Have the vehicle checked and repaired. Start the engine. Stop the engine and wait for over 10 seconds. 3. release the parking brake. 12-22 A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. WARNING If abnormal operation of the transmission (fixed at the 2nd forward gear in the “D” position or the 2nd reverse gear in the “R” position) still exists.p65 Page 22 2006-10-02. • The brake pedal must be depressed when you try to move the selector. If one of these symptoms happens. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. How to Reset the Safety Mode 1.5K/Win . Depress the brake pedal and push down the shift lock release lever with a stick such as a pen. 1. shift the lever to other position. 3. reset the automatic transmission safe mode. WARNING • If the automatic gear selector does not move out of “P”.

WARNING TRIANGLE* When the vehicle has a serious problem during driving 1. CAUTION • Move the vehicle off the traffic to a safe place. When your safety is secured. • At night time. Set up the warning triangle behind your vehicle (over 100 m) to warn other vehicles. The warning triangle is under the fourth row seat. ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY A120_RHD_12-In Case of Emergency. Turn on the hazard warning lamps and set up the warning triangle behind your vehicle to warn others. Have all passengers get out of the vehicle and stay away from the traffic. • Have all passengers get out of vehicle and stand in a safe place.5K/Win 12-23 . 2. Turn on the hazard flasher and move the vehicle off the traffic to a safe place. contact your Ssangyong dealer for your emergency service. state and provincial laws for using the warning triangle. • On a curved road. provide a emergency hand signal to others at the point over 200 m behind your vehicle. set up a warning lamp behind your vehicle (over 200 m) to warn others.p65 Page 23 2006-10-02. NOTE Check local.

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...........It ....... 13-21 Interior Fuse Box Label .......................................................................................................... ¿ÀÀü 11:07 Adobe PageMaker 6..... 13-33 13 Service and Maintenance A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance..........................................p65 1 Page 2006-10-02................... 13-9 Air Cleaner ............. 13-19 Fuse Replacement ........ 13-16 Brake and Clutch Fluid . 13-2 Locations in Engine Compartment ............. 13-25 Tyre Wear Check and Tyre Rotation ............. 13-3 Engine Oil .5K/Win ........ 13-20 Underhood Fuse Box Label .............................................. 13-28 Spark Plugs ....................................... 13-24 Tyre Inflation Pressure ..... 13-10 Power Steering Fluid . 13-30 Scheduled Maintenance Services (Gasoline Engine) ..................................................................... 13-13 Fuel Filter (Gasoline Engine) ..................................................... 13-26 Spare Tyre and Winter Tyre .......... 13-29 Scheduled Maintenance Services (Diesel Engine) ... 13-6 Engine Coolant ....... 13-23 Wiper Blade Replacement ...... 13-11 Fuel Filter and Priming Pump (Without Additional Water Separator) ................................................................... 13-22 Washer Fluid ........................................ 13-17 Battery .. 13-18 Fuse and Relay Box ......TABLE OF CONTENTS Daily Check List ....................Yourself Operation ................................ 13-12 Fuel Filter and Water Separator (With Additional Water Separator) ..................................... 13-27 Warnings and Cautions When Performing Do .....................................................................

2. 4. 3. 3.5K/Win . CAUTION If in doubt about driving and operating conditions. Check the seat belts. 8. 5. water. height and function. 6. Check the operation of the horn. Check the operation of instruments and indicator warning lights. Check level of fuel in the fuel tank against fuel gauge. fuel and fluid leaks. 13-2 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. 2. 1. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. 7. windshield wipers and turn signals. Check the tyres for inflation pressure and damage. have your vehicle checked at Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. 4.DAILY CHECK LIST Exterior Interior The following checks are recommended before driving to maintain safe and dependable vehicle operation.p65 2 Page 2006-10-02. Check for any oil. 1. 9. Check the position of the rearview mirrors. Check the parking brake lever travel. Check the outside rearview mirrors and license plate for dirt or damage. 5. Check the operation of the door locking mechanism. Check the wheel bolts for looseness. Check the operation of the lights. Check for steering wheel free play and looseness. Check the brake and clutch pedal free play.

5K/Win 13-3 .LOCATIONS IN ENGINE COMPARTMENT Without Additional Water Separator DIESEL ENGINE Coolant surge tank Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (for manual transmission) Relay and fuse box Engine oil dipstick Fuel filler Engine oil filler cap Air cleaner Power steering fluid reservoir Battery Front washer fluid reservoir SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 3 Page 2006-10-02.

5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 4 Page 2006-10-02.LOCATIONS IN ENGINE COMPARTMENT With Additional Water Separator DIESEL ENGINE Coolant surge tank Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (for manual transmission) Priming pump Fuel filler Relay and fuse box Water separator Engine oil dipstick Engine oil filler cap Air cleaner Power steering fluid reservoir Battery Front washer fluid reservoir 13-4 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.

5K/Win 13-5 . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 5 Page 2006-10-02.LOCATIONS IN ENGINE COMPARTMENT GASOLINE ENGINE Relay and fuse box Brake and clutch fluid reservoir (for manual transmission) Coolant surge tank Engine oil dipstick Engine oil filler cap Air cleaner Front washer fluid reservoir Power steering fluid reservoir Battery SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.

0 13-6 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. 224.0 8. Park the vehicle on a level ground and apply the parking brake. 2. 5. Replenishment Engine oil dipstick Engine oil filler cap 1. 2. If the level gets to the lower point.p65 6 Page 2006-10-02. The oil level is should be between the lower mark (Min) and the upper mark (Max) on the oil dipstick. Reinsert it all the way and remove it again.3) Viscosity: MB sheet No. Recheck the oil level after 5 minutes. Stop the engine and wait more than 5 minutes. open the filler cap on top of cylinder block and add genuine oil not to exceed the level of the upper mark. wipe it clean with cloth. Gasoline Engine Max Min Engine oil filler cap Engine oil dipstick Min Max SPECIFICATION AND CAPACITY Specification Quality class: Ssangyong genuine engine oil (Approved by MB Sheet 229.1 or 229. Remove the dipstick. 4.ENGINE OIL Diesel Engine Max Min Level Check 1.5K/Win .1 Capacity Diesel Engine Gasoline Engine 8. 3.

shorten the service interval under severe condition) Initial change: 5.000 km or 12 months (But.WARNING Use only Ssangyong genuine engine oil and filter. • Use only Ssangyong genuine engine oil and filter.000 km.000 km driving Diesel Engine EU Service Interval Initial check: 5.When the Vehicle is New A new engine usually consumes more oil because its pistons. change every 10. • Avoid subjecting to engine to heavy loads by driving at full throttle.5K/Win 13-7 . off-road. • Do not use the trailing in the first 1.p65 7 Page 2006-10-02. dirt-laden road. Use of non-recommended products could cause damage to the engine.000 km or 12 months (But. shorten the service interval under severe condition) SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. change every 15. shorten the service interval under severe condition) GENERAL Gasoline Engine Service Interval Initial change: 10. change every 15.000 km Accordingly.000 km. especially be careful when the outside temperature remains below freezing for the first 1. . it is necessary for the driver to check frequently the oil level and to replenish oil if needed. CHANGE • The engine oil filter element should be changed at the same time with engine oil.000 km.000 km. 0. Oil Consumption : Max. * What’s Severe Driving Condition? • • • • Driving at the high engine speed or at high-speed Driving for consecutive two hours at high speed Driving the rough road. • Remember to check the engine oil level and shorten the cycle to refuel the engine oil under severe driving conditions. it will guarantee you to get excellent and comfortable performance for a long with your vehicle.When driving at High Engine Speeds As long as you keep the followings with sufficient care in your first running the vehicle. and muddy roads Driving in areas where salt or other corrosive materials are being used • Repeated driving in short-distance • Driving with the excessive idling • High load driving such as trailing FUNCTION OF ENGINE OIL Engine oil’s major function is to lubricate and cool the parts inside of the engine. piston ring and cylinder walls are not yet adjusted with an optimal condition. More oil may be required under the following conditions. Consumption of Engine Oil The consumption of engine oil is depending on the viscosity and quality of the oil. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.000 km and replenish if necessary. which enables engine to work properly.8 Liter per 1. . and the driving habit. SYMC recommends that the oil level be checked every time you refuel the vehicle or you drive the long distance until the first 5.000 km or 12 months (But.

50. 25W 20. CAUTION Regularly check the engine oil level and add Ssangyong genuine engine oil if necessary.WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS WHEN CHECKING WARNING • Clean the dipstick with clean cloth so that any foreign materials cannot get into the engine. • Use only Ssangyong genuine engine oil.p65 8 Page 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. SAE VISCOSITY CLASSES The SAE classes (viscosity) should be selected in accordance with the average seasonal air temperature. • Operating with insufficient or too much amount of oil can damage the engine. Engine The viscosity should be selected according to outside temperature.5K/Win . Applying the SAE classes exactly on the basis of the outside air temperatures would necessitate frequently changing the engine oil. 20W. • The oil should not go above the upper mark on the dipstick. 10W. The temperature limits for the SAE classes should therefore be regarded as reference temperatures and the actual air temperature may be higher or lower for a short period of time. 13-8 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. for example SAE 10W. * How to check engine oil specification Example: 0W. 30. 60 Summer oil viscosity Winter oil viscosity (W: Winter) • The numerical. higher numbers mean higher viscosities. 15W. 40. For summer oil viscosity. 5W. relates to viscosity at particular temperature and the alphabet “W” indicates the oil’s suitability for colder temperature. Do not switch to a different viscosity in the event of brief temperature fluctuations.

SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. which could cause serious injury. WARNING • When the coolant level is too low. immediately check the coolant level. The coolant level should be between MAX and MIN mark on the coolant surge tank. Open the coolant surge tank cap slowly when the engine is cold. Never remove the coolant surge tank cap when the engine and radiator are hot. Check the coolant level again and add if necessary. Tighten the coolant surge tank cap and start and run the engine until the radiator hoses become hot. 2. 1. 4. Add the 50/50 mixture of soft water and antifreeze specified up to “MAX” level.5K/Win 13-9 . WARNING • Scalding hot coolant and steam could be blown out under pressure. the engine can be overheated. 1. And. immediately add coolant up to the “MAX” level. remove the cap form the surge tank. Use of nonrecommended coolant could cause damage to the cooling system. At this time. If the coolant level is below “MIN”. 5.ENGINE COOLANT Diesel Engine Level Check Park the vehicle on a level ground and apply the parking brake. Stop the engine and wait until it cools. • Use only Ssangyong recommended coolant and anti-freeze. When there is no more “hissing” sound. inspect and replenish as necessary. Replenishment Use only 50/50 mixture of soft water and antifreeze specified. 2.p65 9 Page 2006-10-02. If the coolant temperature gauge in instrument panel goes up abnormally.000 km or 3 years. Gasoline Engine Service Interval Change every 60. 3. you can hear a “hissing” sound. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

p65 10 Page 2006-10-02. CAUTION If vehicle is operated under severe condition • Pollutant area or off-road driving • Driving in dusty condition or sandy condition frequently inspect the air cleaner. Diesel EU: Initial clean: 5.5K/Win .000 km. if necessary. replace every 30.000 km. • Do not let any object enter the housing when cleaning the air cleaner.000 km (But.000 km. clean every 15.000 km (But.000 km. shorten the service interval under severe conditions) Gasoline Clean every 15. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. It may damage the engine or may cause an engine to stall.AIR CLEANER Diesel Engine Cleaning Blow the compressed air through the element in the opposite direction to normal air flow to clean the element.000 km (But. • Be careful with the direction of the compressed air on the air cleaner. replace every 30. 13-10 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. CAUTION • If you blow the compressed air to normal air flow. the engine will be damaged due to foreign materials entering. replace every 60. change the air cleaner.000 km. clean every 10. shorten the service interval under severe conditions) WARNING Gasoline Engine • Do not drive your vehicle with an improperly installed air cleaner element or without it. It may damage the engine or may cause a fire. shorten the service interval under severe condition) GENERAL: Initial clean: 5.

B zone: when the fluid temperature is cold.0 SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. Use only specified fluid. Specification Capacity (L) ATF DEXRON II or III Approx. top up with the specified fluid.5K/Win 13-11 .p65 11 Page 2006-10-02. A zone: when the fluid temperature is hot. If it drops to or below the MIN mark. The fluid level should be between the MIN and MAX marks on the reservoir cap gauge. 1. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.POWER STEERING FLUID Diesel Engine Gasoline Engine Power steering fluid reservoir Power steering fluid reservoir Check fluid level on a level ground with engine turned off.

after replacing the fuel filter Before starting the engine. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. CAUTION • Change the fuel filter according to the specified service interval. • After changing the fuel filter or draining the water. after draining the water from the fuel filter 3. refer to the “How to drain the water from fuel filter” section in this manual. immediately drain the water from fuel filter. perform the pumping operation of priming pump until it becomes rigid. Fuel filter Water Separating Function If the water in fuel gets into the engine and fuel system.5K/Win . perform the pumping operation of the priming pump until it becomes rigid.000 km (EU) or 25. the warning light comes on the buzzer sounds.000 km (General) of driving. 13-12 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. when completely consumed the fuel 2.FUEL FILTER AND PRIMING PUMP (Without Additional Water Separator) Plug opening direction Plug closing direction Fuel filter Water drain plug Connector Priming pump DIESEL ENGINE • Change the fuel filter at every 30. The fuel filter offers the water separating function to block the inflow of water. • After changing the fuel filter or draining the water. • Drain the water from fuel filter whenever changing the engine oil. perform the pumping operation of priming pump until it becomes rigid to fill up the fuel pump with fuel.p65 12 Page 2006-10-02. When the water level inside water separator in fuel filter exceeds a certain level. Priming Pump Operating Conditions 1. For draining procedures. • Drain the water from fuel filter whenever changing the engine oil. If these conditions occur. it may cause serious damage to the fuel system.

¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.5K/Win 13-13 .FUEL FILTER AND WATER SEPARATOR (With Additional Water Separator) DIESEL ENGINE Fuel filter Priming Pump Operating Conditions 1. perform the pumping operation of priming pump until it becomes rigid to fill up the fuel pump with fuel. Priming pump Water separator SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. after replacing the fuel filter Before starting the engine. after draining the water from the fuel filter 3.p65 13 Page 2006-10-02. when completely comsumed the fuel 2.

1. clean around it to prevent the impurities from flowing into the filter. it may cause serious damage in fuel system. If the impurities in fuel gets into the engine and fuel related devices. Be careful not to get into the foreign materials while changing hen replacing the fuel filter.5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 14 Page 2006-10-02. Press the priming pump until it becomes rigid. • Drain the water from fuel filter whenever replacing the engine oil.000 km (Draining water from fuel filter: whenever replacing the engine oil) Replace every 25. Opening direction of drain plug B. Fuel filter 2. Closing direction of drain plug CAUTION • Replace the fuel filter according to the specified maintenance schedule. 13-14 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. Make sure to replace the fuel filter according to the specified maintenance schedule. it may cause serious damage in affected components. Drain plug A. press the priming pump until it becomes rigid.FUEL FILTER • Service Interval EU General Replace every 30.000 km (Draining water from fuel filter: whenever replacing the engine oil) Water Separating Function If the water in fuel gets into the engine and fuel system. • After replacing the fuel filter or draining the water. The fuel filter offers the water separating function to block the inflow of water.

Opening direction of drain plug B. After draining the water. 4. Do not crank the engine before doing this procedure. 3. It gives additional water volume storage. Water separator Drain plug Connector Priming pump A. The water separator is used in the fuel supplying system in order to reduce the water content in the fuel provided to the FIE system.5K/Win 13-15 . press the priming pump until it becomes rigid.000 km or 5 year SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. When the water level in water separator reaches a certain point. • After replacing the water separator or draining the water.p65 15 Page 2006-10-02.WATER SEPARATOR Location: Behind fuel filter (between fuel filter and dashpanel) in engine compartment (engine intake side) Draining The Water From Water Separator Drain the water from water separator whenever replacing the engine oil. A water sensor is fitted to the water separator in order to warn the driver that the water separator has to be drained. • Drain the water from water separator whenever replacing the engine oil. 2. For the detailed draining procedures. 1. the water separator warning light in instrument panel comes on. • Service Interval Change every 150. please refr to “How to drain the water from fuel filter & water separator” in water separator warning light section. Closing direction of drain plug CAUTION • Replace the water separator according to the specified maintenance schedule. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. press the priming pump until it becomes rigid.

p65 16 Page 2006-10-02. main components will be damaged due to entering the contaminated materials and the performance of catalytic converter will be deteriorated. 13-16 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.000 km) CAUTION Replace with a Ssangyong genuine part with specified intervals. Replace the fuel filter according to the specified maintemamce schedule.FUEL FILTER FUEL FILTER GASOLINE ENGINE If the filter is contaminated. replace every 30.000 km (if using poor quality of fuel.5K/Win . the supplied fuel will be reduced. Service Interval Replacement Every 100. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

Do not allow the fluid to make contact with body paintwork. Do not add the fluid above “MAX” level. • If it drops to or below the MIN mark. If frequent addition is required. have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. tighten the cap securely. • The fluid gradually decreases according to the wear of the brake pads. If irritation persists. have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.5K/Win 13-17 . A sudden drop of the fluid level may indicate the leaks in the system. After add the fluid. Gasoline Engine WARNING • Use only Ssangyong recommended brake fluid.BRAKE AND CLUTCH FLUID Diesel Engine • The fluid level should be between “MAX” and “MIN” level on the reservoir. • Do not allow the fluid to make contact with skin or eyes.p65 17 Page 2006-10-02. Use only specified fluid. top up with the specified fluid. Specification Service interval Ssangyong genuine oil (DOT4) Change at every 2 years CAUTION • • • • • Be careful not to enter any foreign materials when adding the fluid. If contact happens. consult a doctor. In this case. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. rinse affected areas immediately with plenty of water. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

Gasoline Engine 13-18 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. wash it off with plain water. i. turn off all unnecessary electrical devices and have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. the electrical equipment could be damaged. clean them with baking soda and water.e. the connections for positive and negative cables. To remove it. • Do not let any parts of body. Dry off the battery with a cloth or paper towel.5K/Win . • Turn off all electrical devices before removing the battery. • The polarity of battery.BATTERY Diesel Engine • When the battery charge warning light ( ) on the instrument panel comes on. • The battery terminal should be disconnected when the ignition key is removed or placed at “LOCK” position. cover the terminals with a solution of baking soda and water. the battery is not normally charging. It will bubble up and turn brown. Coat the terminals with petroleum jelly to help prevent future corrosion. clothes or paintwork contact the sulfuric acid. When this stops.p65 18 Page 2006-10-02. CAUTION • If you disconnect the battery terminal when the engine is running. If the warning light comes on while driving. must not be interchanged. sparks and smoking items away from battery. • Check the battery terminals for corrosion (a white or bluish powder). • Always disconnect the negative (-) cable first and reconnect it last. WARNING The battery have acid that can burn you and gas that can explode. You can badly hurt if you are not careful. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Keep naked flames. If the terminals are severely corroded.

check for an open fuse. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.FUSE AND RELAY BOX Interior Fuse Box Underhood Fuse Box The fuse box is underneath the dash board on the driver’s side. replace it with a new fuse. The underhood fuse box is located in the engine compartment on the driver’s side.p65 19 Page 2006-10-02. You can find the function. If any electrical device doesn’t operate. have the electrical system checked and repaired by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. You can find the function.5K/Win 13-19 . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. CAUTION If a new fuse also opens. If any fuse is blown. location and capacity for fuses from the back plate of the fuse box cover. location and capacity for fuses and relays from the back plate of the fuse box cover.

Visually check whether it is blown off or not. check its capacity and replace it with the same capacity. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Pull out the relevant fuse by using the fuse puller. Refill the fuses immediately as you use them. WARNING The use of different types or different rating fuses could cause damage to the electrical system and even start a fire.5K/Win . If blown. CAUTION If you remove the fuse when the electrical power is supplying. Locate the defective fuse. Open the fuse and relay box cover. If normal. 3. Normal Blown 1. the electrical equipment could be damaged. Turn off all electrical equipment and set the ignition switch to “LOCK”. 2. 5. • Do not use anything metal to remove fuse. 4. Replace the fuse when the ignition key is in “LOCK” position. • Never use anything else but a fuse. 6. • Always replace fuse with one with the same rating.FUSE REPLACEMENT Use only the fuse with same rating. Refer to the fuse label in this manual.p65 20 Page 2006-10-02. The fuse rating is indicated on the upper surface of the fuse. 7. insert it to its original position. 13-20 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. NOTE The underhood fuse and relay box has some spare fuses.

UNDERHOOD FUSE BOX LABEL SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.p65 21 Page 2006-10-02.5K/Win 13-21 . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

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WASHER FLUID Frequently check the washer fluid level and add the specified product as needed. • Do not use radiator antifreeze in windshield washer. Therefore. if no washer fluid. This allows for expansion. CAUTION • If you use plain water as washer fluid. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. It can damage the washer system and paint. Use only specified washer fluid. • Do not operate the wipers when the washer fluid reservoir is empty. Rear Washer Fluid Reservoir WARNING Front Washer Fluid Reservoir The washer fluid includes flammable materials to prevent freezing. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. the motor could be damaged due to overloads. There could be a fire when directly contacted with flames. When checking the washer fluid. It may cause a damage to the glass when it is dry. which could damage the tank if it is completely full. do not operate the washer motor. • If you operate the washer switch without washer fluid.p65 23 Page 2006-10-02. it will freeze during the winter and damage the washer fluid reservoir and motor. • Check the washer fluid level before starting to drive. • Fill washer fluid tank only 3/4 full when it is very cold. avoid the flames near to washer fluid tank.5K/Win 13-23 .

Contamination of either the window or the wiper blades with foreign matter can reduce the effectiveness of the windshield wipers. 3.WIPER BLADE REPLACEMENT 1.p65 24 Page 2006-10-02. Front wipers Rear wiper WARNING • Never drive your vehicle when the wipers are not properly working. Put the wiper arm down to its parking position. be certain not to apply any polish containing oil to the windshield of your vehicle since this will result in streaks which impair vision. Install a new blade. 13-24 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. • Do not operate the wiper when the washer fluid reservoir is empty. Slide the blade down and remove it from the arm. CAUTION • Do not open the hood when the wiper arm is lifted up. 2.5K/Win . Press the safety button ( ). • Do not touch the running wipers. It may cause a personal injury. 4. The wiper and hood may be damaged. 5. Lift the wiper arm up from the windshield. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Since there is no way to successfully remove traces of oil or grease from any glass.

vehicle handling. The tyre inflation pressure should be followed by the specified pressure. NOTE Increase the tyre inflation pressure by 4~5 psi from the specified value prior to any long journey.5K/Win 13-25 .30 bar) Wheel 35 PSI (2. Incorrect inflation pressures will increase tyre wear and will impair safety. prior to any long journey (when the tyre is cold). including the spare wheel.5J x 16 48 PSI (3. 9-Seaters 11-Seaters 215/65R16 225/65R16 LT225/65R16 6. comfort and fuel economy.p65 25 Page 2006-10-02. • Check and adjust the tyre inflation pressure.41 bar) CAUTION Pressure • Maintaining the specified tyre pressure is essential for driver comfort. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.TYRE INFLATION PRESSURE Under inflation Proper inflation Over inflation Tyre Pressure Specification Tyre 7-Seaters 7. driving safety and long tyre life. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

WARNING • Be sure to replace and rotate the tyres at Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation or professional tyre shops.5K/Win . Be sure to use the same size and type tyres of the same manufacturer on all wheels.p65 26 Page 2006-10-02.6 mm or less.TYRE WEAR CHECK AND TYRE ROTATION Tyre Wear Check Tyre Rotation To avoid uneven wear of tyres and to prolong tyre life. The tyre should be replaced when the tread worn down as far as one of the wear indicators. • Mixing tyres could cause you to lose control while driving. WARNING • Driving on worn or damaged tyre is very dangerous and may cause an accident. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. 13-26 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.000 km. • Check tyres regularly for damage (foreign bodies. cuts. a damaged tyre could burst. When using the spare tyre Wear limit When not using the spare tyre The tyres on your vehicle have built-in tread wear indicators ( ) that appear between the tread groove when the tread is 1. cracks. inspect and rotate your tyres every 5. bulges in side walls) and replace if necessary. punctures. Also.

WINTER TYRES If winter tyres are used they must be fitted to all 4 wheels. 4H) mode with low speed. and fuel. be sure to adjust the pressure to the specified pressure of the tyre. drive in 4WD (4L. If a wheel is damaged. • Check the inflation pressure.p65 27 Page 2006-10-02. • Improperly tightened wheel nuts can cause the wheel to become loose and even come off. Drive with extra caution. WARNING • When you didn’t fit the snow tyres before driving on snow or icy road. it may cause a serious damage to the vehicle’s drive system. replace them with ordinary tyres. When using winter tyres. • Be sure to check the tyres and wheel before driving. any defects due to using them cannot be covered by warranty. • If a tyre has been impacted by a stone or any others during a driving. If you do not use same tyres on the TOD (4 wheel drive) system equipped vehicle.SPARE TYRE AND WINTER TYRE SPARE TYRE Check the tyre conditions and pressure as needed and keep it always available.5K/Win 13-27 . This could lead to an accident. the suspension system may be damaged. Be sure to use the same size and type tyres of the same manufacturer on all wheels. have it checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Do not exceed the maximum speed specified by the tyre manufacturer. Keep the removed snow tyres at cool and shady place. For replacing procedures. Otherwise. Be sure to check and tighten the wheel nuts as specified before any long journey. refer to “Changing a flat tyre” section in this manual. cracks and tearing of tyres before driving. braking or movements of the steering wheel. • The snow tyres cannot guarantee your safety on the icy and slippery road. the tyre pressures supplied by the tyre manufacturer must be adhered to. CAUTIONS WHEN CHECKING THE WHEEL AND TYRE • Mixing tyres could cause you to lose control while driving. Non-genuine wheel and tire may have inferior performance and function and dangerous for safe driving. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. grease. the tyre inflation pressure can be decreased and the tyre can be damaged. CAUTION • After replacing the tyre. • When the snow tyres are not needed anymore. • The snow tyre with arrow direction marking on its side wall should be fitted according to the arrow direction. avoiding sudden acceleration. Be careful not to contact with any oil. Also. • Do not use non-genuine wheel and tire.

• The polarity of battery. They can also damage paint finish. CAUTION • Check the level of engine oil and every fluid including coolant daily. you vehicle can be damaged and such damages will not be covered by warranty.p65 28 Page 2006-10-02.YOURSELF OPERATION When performing any inspection or maintenance work on your vehicle.e. Disconnect battery cables while working on near around the radiator and cooling fan. support the vehicle with vehicle jack and safety stand. • Do not connect and disconnect the battery terminals when the ignition key is in “ON” position. Maintain the specified level. Or the engine and transaxle may be damaged. • The performance of oils and coolant may be deteriorated when they are exposed to dust and moisture. If you have to work under the vehicle. If the vehicle slips off the jack. radiator. • Keep the used oil and coolant out of reach of children. • Make sure to shift the transmission to “P” (automatic transmission) or “neutral” (manual transmission) before starting any operation. • The electrical cooling fan can start to operate unexpectedly even when the engine is stopped. the connections for positive and negative cables. • Improperly disposed engine oil and/or other fluids can pollute the environment. • Always stop the engine and do not smoke or allow open flames (or sparks) near the vehicle when working for battery and fuel related components. Be careful not to contact with dust while refilling.IT .5K/Win . always take care to prevent serious accidental injury to yourself or damage to the vehicle. WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS WHEN PERFORMING DO-IT-YOURSELF OPERATION WARNING • Be careful not to touch the hot components such as engine. Dispose of used fluids in accordance with local environmental regulations. consult your Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. In such a case.WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS WHEN PERFORMING DO . must not be interchanged. • Never get under a vehicle when it is jacked up. i. If you drive on while the fluid levels are low. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. • Make sure that the ignition key is “OFF” when performing any works in an enclosed space such as a garage. If skin contact happens. you could be badly injured. • The oils could be spoiled after a certain period of time even with short traveling distances. and muffler when the engine is just stopped. • Do not overfill the oil and coolant. They may burn you badly. 13-28 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. rinse affected areas immediately with plenty of water and then consult a doctor. exhaust manifold. • Do not allow oils and coolant to make contact with skin or painted surfaces during inspection or refill of them. catalytic converter. • Use only Ssangyong genuine oils and fluids.

a strong spark may not be produced. And adjust the spark plug gap. • Do not allow contaminants to enter spark plug hole.5K/Win 13-29 . disconnect the negative terminal of the battery and turn off all the switches. • Do not use non-recommended spark plugs.1 mm • When replacing the spark plugs. WARNING Spark plugs may be very hot.p65 29 Page 2006-10-02. • It is recommended that the engine be cool or cold when changing the spark plugs (you could burn yourself). clean the electrodes with a fine wire brush and carefully scrape the carbon off the insulator with a small file. Service Interval Replacement (G32D) Change every 60. When carbon accumulates on a spark plug.000 km CAUTION (G32D) Specification NGK: BKUR5ETZ-10 Gap 1 ± 0. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. The spark plugs should then be blown clean with compressed air and the upper insulator wiped clean. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. If necessary. Be careful not to burn yourself.SPARK PLUGS SPARK PLUGS GASOLINE ENGINE Spark plugs should be inspected periodically for carbon deposits.

000 km or 5 years (Drain the water whenever replacing the engine oil) I I I I I I I I Initial clean: 5.000 km or 12 months I I I I I I I I Change every 60.Poor performance/economy Chart Symbols: I .Driving in a hilly or mountainous terrain. occasionally. If necessary. clean. shorten the service interval under severe conditions) I I I I I I I I .p65 30 Page 2006-10-02. * Water separator: When replace the engine oil. correct. Inspect the engine oil at any time.5K/Win .Replace or change.000 km (But. clean every 15. shorten the service interval under severe conditions) Initial clean: 5. patrol service or delivery service (extended idling and excessive driving with low speed) Shorten the service interval. whichever comes first 30 45 60 75 90 20 30 40 50 60 24 36 48 60 72 105 70 84 120 80 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM Drive belt * Engine oil & filter EU (1)* (3)* (4)* General Cooling system hose & connections Engine coolant (3)* (4)* * Fuel filter EU Direct Injection General (Diesel Engine) Additional Water Separator (if equipped) Fuel line & connections Air cleaner (2)* EU General Injection timing (See NOTE1) NOTE 1: Adjust as required. You should retain evidence that proper maintenance has been performed on your vehicle in accordance with the scheduled maintenance service chart. driving distance below 16 km when the outside temperature remains below freezing . change the air cleaner. Maintenance service and record retention are the owner’s responsibility.000 km (Draining water from fuel filter: whenever replacing the engine oil) Replace every 150. R .000 km. (3)* More frequent maintenance is required if under dusty driving condition.000 km. inspect and replenish if necessary.000 km. replenish. coolant and lubricants”. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.000 km. adjust or replace. short driving distance below 6 km. And. . change every 15. * EU Countries: Only countries that belong to EU. (2)* If vehicle is operated under severe condition. and replenish if necessary. I I I I I I I I Initial check: 5.000 km. driving in dusty condition or sandy condition. (4)* Refer to “Recommended fluids. I R* I R* I R* I R* Replace every 25. replace every 30.000 km or 12 months Initial change: 5. frequently inspect the air cleaner. change every 10.000 km. pollutant area or off-road driving. (1)* If vehicle is operated under severe condition: . if necessary refill the engine oil. clean every 10. extended idling.High load driving such as trailer towing 13-30 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.Inspect these items and their related parts.000 km or 3 years.When excessive smoke is visible (black or white) .) MAINTENANCE INTERVAL x1.Frequent stop-and-go traffic.000 miles Months 15 10 12 Kilometers (miles) or time in months. or dusty area .000 km x1.SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICES (DIESEL ENGINE) * Use only approved Ssangyong genuine parts.000 km (But. also drain the water from the fuel filter.Taxi. replace every 30. if necessary. sandy. (It does not apply to all countries in EU.

change every 60. * EU Countries: Only countries that belong to EU.In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 32°C (90°F) or higher.000 km (6)* Change automatic transmission fluid and every 60. (4)* More frequent maintenance is required if the vehicle is operated under any of the following conditions: .000 km Inspect frequently. Periodic check: every 10.000 miles Months Kilometers (miles) or time in months. or .* Use only approved Ssangyong genuine parts. replenish. whichever comes first 15 30 45 60 75 90 10 20 30 40 50 60 12 24 36 48 60 72 I I 105 70 84 120 80 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM CHASSIS AND BODY Exhaust pipes & mountings Brake / Clutch fluid (3)* Parking brake / EU Brake pads (Front & Rear) (4)* General Brake line & connections (including booster) Manual transmission oil (5)* Clutch & brake pedal free play Front & Rear differential fluid (3)* Front Rear Transfer case fluid (3)* Automatic transmission fluid (6)* I I I I I I Change every: 2 years (inspect frequently) Periodic check: every 15. change every 30.5K/Win 13-31 .000 km if the vehicle is mainly driven under severe conditions: Towing a trailer or off-road driving (Inspect the leak of fluid at any time.000 km.000 km or 12 month (But change every 60.000 km (Inspect the leak of fluid at any time.occasionally).When doing frequent trailer towing.000 km Inspect every 15.Replace or change. then change every 60. adjust or replace if necessary.) MAINTENANCE INTERVAL x1.000 km. (3)* Refer to “Recommended fluids and lubricants”.Inspect these items and their related parts.000 km x1. police or delivery service. change every 50. correct. or . adjust or replace if necessary I I I R I I I R I I I I I I I I Inspect frequently.000 km (Frequnt check of oil leak) Inspect every 30.In hilly or moutainous terrain. adjust or replace.000 km. (5)* Inspect manual transmission fluid every 15. clean.000 km under severe condition) Chart Symbols: I . (It does not apply to all countries in EU. R . occasionlly) SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. or . Inspect every 15. If necessary.Uses such as found in taxi.000 km or 1 years.p65 31 Page 2006-10-02. adjust or replace if necessary. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

Front / Rear (9)* EU General Air conditioner filter I I I I I I Check frequntly and adjust or replace if necessary Check frequntly and adjust or replace if necessary Inspect when abnormal condition is noted I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Check frequntly and adjust or replace if necessary I I I I I I I I I I I I Inspect every 10. R . clean. (9)* Inspect propeller shaft grease every 5.Pollutant area or off-road driving. (8)* After completion of off-road operation. or .5K/Win . buckles & anchors Lubricate locks.In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 32°C (90°F) or higher.Replace or change. rotate and balance wheels.Inspect these items and their related parts.In off-road or dusty road.In hilly or moutainous terrain. adjust or replace. replenish. (6)* After completion of off-road operation. correct. Severe Conditions in Air Conditioner Filter .000 km or 3 months if the vehicle is mainly driven under severe condition. the underbody of the vehicle should be throughly inspected. the drive shaft boots should be inspected. .000 miles Months Kilometers (miles) or time in months. (3)* Refer to “Recommended fluids and lubricants”. or .) MAINTENANCE INTERVAL x1. whichever comes first 15 30 45 60 75 90 10 20 30 40 50 60 12 24 36 48 60 72 105 70 84 120 80 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM Chassis & underbody bolts & nuts tight / Secure (6)* Tire condition & inflation pressure Wheel alignment (7)* Steering wheel & linkage Power steering fluid & lines (3)* Drive shaft boots (8)* Seat belts. (It does not apply to all countries in EU.000 km Change every 10.* Use only approved Ssangyong genuine parts. hinges & bonnet latch Wheel bearing grease Propeller shaft grease . shorten the service interval under severe conditions) I I I I I I Chart Symbols: I . If necessary. (7)* If necessary. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. * EU Countries: Only countries that belong to EU.000 km (But. extended air conditioner or heater operation 13-32 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.000 km x1. Examine threaded fasteners for looseness.p65 32 Page 2006-10-02.

R . correct. pollutant area or off-road extensive idling or driving in dusty condition. change the air cleaner. shorten the service driving. Maintenance service and record retention are the owner’s responsibility. (1)* If vehicle is operated under severe condition: short distance driving. ** . You should retain evidence that proper maintenance has been performed on your vehicle in accordance with the scheduled maintenance service chart.000 km or 3 years.Replace or change. (2)* If vehicle is operated under severe condition. first oil (factory filled) would be recommended to drain with in 10.000 miles Months Kilometers (miles) or time in months. frequently inspect interval.SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE SERVICES (GASOLINE ENGINE) * Use only approved Ssangyong genuine parts. And.In order to secure engine long life and effective break-in. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. replenish. adjust or replace.5K/Win 13-33 . clean. * EU Countries: Only countries that belong to EU.000 km x1. replace every 30. whichever comes 15 30 45 60 75 10 20 30 40 50 12 24 36 48 60 first 90 60 72 105 70 84 120 80 96 ENGINE CONTROL SYSTEM Drive belt Engine oil & engine oil filter (1)* (3)* (Initial change: 10. driving in dusty condition or sandy condition. (It does not apply to all countries in EU.) MAINTENANCE INTERVAL MAINTENANCE ITEM x1. (3)* Refer to “Recommended fluids and lubricants”.000 km (if using poor quality of fuel. if necessary. I I I I I I I I R I I I I I I R I I I I R R R I I I replenish if necessary. SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance.p65 33 Page 2006-10-02.000 km) Cooling system hose & connections Engine coolant (3)* Fuel filter (2)* Fuel line & connections Air cleaner (2)* Ignition timing Spark plugs Charcoal canister & vapor lines I I I I I R** R R R R I I I I I Change every 60.Inspect these items and their related parts. the air cleaner. If necessary. inspect Replace every 100.000 km.000 km) I I I I I R I I I R I - Chart Symbols: I .

or . police or delivery service. correct.000 km (6)* Change automatic transmission fluid and every 60. occasionlly) 13-34 A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. Periodic check: every 10. adjust or replace as necessary. replenish. whichever comes first 15 30 45 60 75 90 10 20 30 40 50 60 12 24 36 48 60 72 I I 105 70 84 120 80 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM CHASSIS AND BODY Exhaust pipes & mountings Brake / Clutch fluid (3)* Parking brake / EU Brake pads (Front & Rear) (4)* General Brake line & connections (including booster) Manual transmission oil (5)* Clutch & brake pedal free play Front & Rear differential fluid (3)* Front Rear Transfer case fluid (3)* Automatic transmission fluid (6)* I I I I I I Change every: 2 years (inspect frequently) Periodic check: every 15.000 miles Months Kilometers (miles) or time in months. change every 30.000 km.000 km (Inspect the leak of fluid at any time.* Use only approved Ssangyong genuine parts.Inspect these items and their related parts.000 km.000 km or 1 years.Replace or change.000 km if the vehicle is mainly driven under severe conditions.000km Inspect every 15. (4)* More frequent maintenance is required if the vehicle is operated under any of the following conditions: .) MAINTENANCE INTERVAL x1. or .000 km.p65 34 Page 2006-10-02. or . (3)* Refer to “Recommended fluids and lubricants”.When doing frequent trailer towing. If necessary.000km Inspect frequenry.000 km x1. (Inspect the leak of fluid at any time.000 km under severe condition) Chart Symbols: I .In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 32°C (90°F) or higher. then change every 60.000 km (Frequnt check of oil leak) Inspect every 30. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. change every 50. adjust or replace. change every 60.In hilly or moutainous terrain. (It does not apply to all countries in EU. Inspect every 15.Uses such as found in taxi.000 km or 12 month (But change every 60. clean. adjust or replace if necessary I I I R I I I R I I I I I I I I Inspect frequenry. (5)* Inspect manual transmission fluid every 15.5K/Win . * EU Countries: Only countries that belong to EU.occasionally). R . adjust or replace as necessary.

hinges & bonnet latch Wheel bearing grease Propeller shaft grease . rotate and balance wheels.000 km x1.5K/Win 13-35 .000 miles Months Kilometers (miles) or time in months.Pollutant area or off-road driving.Replace or change. (3)* Refer to “Recommended fluids and lubricants”. . If necessary. (8)* Inspect propeller shaft grease every 5. (It does not apply to all countries in EU.In off-road or dusty road.000 km (But. buckles & anchors Lubricate locks. extended air conditioner or heater operation SERVICE AND MAINTENANCE A120_RHD_13-Service and Maintenance. or . * EU Countries: Only countries that belong to EU. adjust or replace.000 km Change every 10.In hilly or moutainous terrain. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.Inspect these items and their related parts. (7)* If necessary. or . whichever comes first 15 30 45 60 75 90 10 20 30 40 50 60 12 24 36 48 60 72 105 70 84 120 80 96 MAINTENANCE ITEM CHASSIS AND BODY Chassis & underbody bolts & nuts tight / Secure (6)* Tire condition & inflation pressure Wheel alignment (7)* Steering wheel & linkage Power steering fluid & lines (3)* Drive shaft boots Seat belts. shorten the service interval under severe conditions) I I I I I I I I I I I I Chart Symbols: I .000 km or 3 months if the vehicle is mainly driven under severe condition. the underbody of the vehicle should be throughly inspected. Examine threaded fasteners for looseness.Front / Rear (8)* EU General Air conditioner filter Check frequntly and adjust or replace if necessary Check frequntly and adjust or replace if necessary Inspect when abnormal condition is noted I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Check frequntly and adjust or replace if necessary I I I I I I I I I I I I Inspect every 10.* Use only approved Ssangyong genuine parts.p65 35 Page 2006-10-02. replenish.In heavy city traffic where the outside temperature regularly reaches 32°C (90°F) or higher. (6)* After completion of off-road operation. Severe Conditions in Air Conditioner Filter . clean. R . correct.) MAINTENANCE INTERVAL x1.

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.. 14-6 Rear Fog Lamp*.................................. 14-4 Front Fog Lamp and Side Repeater .5K/Win ..........TABLE OF CONTENTS Bulb Specifications and Functional Check ................ 14-8 Glove Box Lamp and Front Room Lamp ..... 14-9 Door Courtesy Lamp and Side Repeater .............. 14-10 Foot Lamp and Rear Room Lamp . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6..................................... 14-2 Location of Exterior Lamps ............ 14-11 14 Lamps A120_RHD_14-Lamps.... 14-5 Rear Combination Lamp ....... 14-3 Headlamp ............p65 Page 1 2006-10-02............. 14-7 Interior Lamps ................... License Plate Lamp .................. Back-up Lamp........

check the bulb and replace it with new one if needed. CAUTION • Use only a specified capacity bulb for replacement. • Never try to adjust the headlamp aiming by yourself. Check whether the lamp comes on or off when its switch operation. have the system checked by Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02. 5. Check the corresponding fuse when the lamp doesn’t come on. • Do not touch a bulb when it is still illuminating. It should be done by a qualified technician in Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. For replacing procedures. dust. If the fuse is blown. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. If the fuse is not blown. Fingerprint. 2. • Disconnect the negative cable on the battery before replacing the bulb. If the bulb is not defective. In this case. 4. or moisture stuck to bulb may shorten a bulb life or cause a bulb bursting. wipe the bulb glass with a soft cloth. • Do not touch a bulb with bare hands immediately after turning off the lamp.BULB SPECIFICATIONS AND FUNCTIONAL CHECK BULB SPECIFICATIONS Description Exterior Headlamp lamp High beam Low beam Turn signal lamp Position lamp Front fog lamp Side repeater Rear combination lamp Back-up lamp Tail (stop) lamp Turn signal lamp EU General Rear fog lamp License plate lamp High mounted stop lamp Interior Front room lamp lamp Glove box lamp Door courtesy lamp Side room lamp Foot lamp Rear room lamp Amount 2 2 2 2 2 2 4 2 1 2 1 2 1 2 1 4 4 1 1 Specification Specification (General) (EU) 55W 55W 27W 5W 27W 5W 55W 55W 27W 5W 27W 5W FUNCTIONAL CHECK 1. • Do not touch a bulb with bare hands. refer to “Fuse Replacement” section in this manual. 8W(27W) 8W(27W) 27W 21W 27W 5W 16W 10W 10W 5W 5W 5W 8W 27W 21W 5W 16W 10W 10W 5W 5W 5W 8W 14-2 A120_RHD_14-Lamps. replace it with new one. 3.5K/Win . • Do not apply excessive force to remove the bulb cover. • Make sure that the corresponding switch and the ignition switch are turned off before replacing a bulb.

¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02.5K/Win 14-3 .LOCATION OF EXTERIOR LAMPS High mounted stop lamp Front fog lamp Side repeater License plate lamp Side repeater Right Headlamp Low beam Position lamp Left Rear Combination Lamp Stop lamp Back-up lamp Stop lamp Rear fog lamp High beam Turn signal lamp Turn signal lamp Tail lamp Tail lamp Turn signal lamp *Rear fog lamp: Mandatory where required by regulation LAMPS A120_RHD_14-Lamps.

6. 5.HEADLAMP Headlamp (right side) 1. 2. Disconnect two connectors from the headlamp. Unscrew three mounting bolts and remove the headlamp housing from the vehicle.5K/Win . 4. Headlamp connections Headlamp low beam Position lamp Headlamp high beam WARNING For safety driving. Turn signal lamp 14-4 A120_RHD_14-Lamps. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. 3. It should be done by a qualified technician in Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation. Disconnect the internal connector and replace the burnt bulb with new one. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. Install the headlamp in the reverse order of removal. Remove the cover and bulb from the headlamp housing. do not adjust the headlamp aiming by yourself.

Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. 4. then disconnect the connector. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. 1. Turn the bulb to remove it. LAMPS A120_RHD_14-Lamps. Disconnect the connector 3. 2. 3. 2.5K/Win 14-5 . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Turn the bulb . Remove the lamp housing by pushing it to the right.FRONT FOG LAMP AND SIDE REPEATER Side Repeater Front Fog Lamp 1. 4.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. to remove it.

5K/Win . 2. Tail Lamp. 14-6 A120_RHD_14-Lamps. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. Open the tailgate and disconnect two mounting bolts. 6. 4. Disconnect the connector and remove the rear combination lamp housing. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. 3.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. Remove the bulb from the lamp connector while pushing and turning it. Turn the lamp connector to remove it from the rear combination lamp housing.REAR COMBINATION LAMP Turn Signal Lamp. Stop Lamp Stop lamp Turn signal lamp Tail lamp 1. 5.

Turn the bulb to remove it. Remove the lamp housing by pushing it to the right. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. 2. Turn the lamp connector to remove it. 3. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. 5. LAMPS A120_RHD_14-Lamps. Remove the bulb while pushing and turning it. Open the tailgate. BACK-UP LAMP. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. 4.5K/Win 14-7 .p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. 1. 3. 2.REAR FOG LAMP*. Pry off the cover with a flat blade screwdriver. 4. 6. LICENSE PLATE LAMP License Plate Lamp Rear Fog Lamp* / Back-up Lamp 1. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal.

5K/Win . ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02.INTERIOR LAMPS Front Room Lamp Foot Lamp Rear Room Lamp Glove Box Lamp Door Courtesy Lamp Side Repeater 14-8 A120_RHD_14-Lamps.

2. Pry off the cover with a flat blade screwdriver.GLOVE BOX LAMP AND FRONT ROOM LAMP Glove Box Lamp Front Room Lamp 1. 4. 2. 3. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery.5K/Win 14-9 . Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. 4. Remove the bulb. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. 3. Remove the lamp housing by pushing the holder. 1.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. LAMPS A120_RHD_14-Lamps. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Remove the bulb.

2. 3. 1. 4.DOOR COURTESY LAMP AND SIDE REPEATER DOOR COURTESY LAMP Side Repeater 1. Remove the bulb. Pry off the cover with a flat blade screwdriver. 3. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. 14-10 A120_RHD_14-Lamps. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery.5K/Win . 4. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. Remove the bulb. 2. Pry off the cover with a flat blade screwdriver.p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.

Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. Remove the bulb.5K/Win 14-11 . 3. Pry off the cover with a flat blade screwdriver. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. Install the new bulb in the reverse order of removal. 3. 2. LAMPS A120_RHD_14-Lamps. 4.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. 1. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.FOOT LAMP AND REAR ROOM LAMP Foot Lamp Rear Room Lamp 1. Disconnect the negative cable on the battery. Remove the bulb. Pry off the cover with a flat blade screwdriver. 4. 2.

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.............. 15-7 On the Road .......5K/Win .......... 15-2 Running-in Period .p65 Page 1 2006-10-02...................................................................................... 15-2 Cleaning Agents ........................................... 15-5 15 Important Safety Instructions ...................TABLE OF CONTENTS Vehicle Care .................................................................... 15-16 Other Maintenance Tips ...... 15-9 Prohibition of Unauthorized Modifications ............ 15-3 Glass Surfaces ......... 15-17 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care......... ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6.... 15-4 Corrosion Protection ................ 15-16 Parking in the Winter ........................................ 15-15 Starting the Engine and Driving in the Winter ........................... 15-2 Care and Cleaning of the Interior ... 15-4 Care and Cleaning of the Exterior .................................. 15-14 Vehicle Care Caring for Your Vehicle Under 0°C (32°F) ................................... 15-7 Before Driving ...............

inside or outside the vehicle. Some cleaners may be poisonous or flammable. economy and long life of your vehicle. sudden acceleration and prolonged high speed driving. following a few simple precautions for the first 1. or naphtha for any cleaning purpose. This includes certain types of casual clothing. To avoid possible permanent discoloration of light colored seats. Overexposure to some vapors may result in a health problem which is more likely to occur in small. do not use volatile cleaning solvents such as: acetone. There are no particular running-in rules for your new vehicle.p65 Page 2 2006-10-02. Open all vehicle doors for ventilation when any cleaning agents or other chemical are used in the interior. nail polish removers: or cleaning materials such as laundry soaps. Do not race the engine. leathers and suedes: also decorative paper. benzene. etc. trying not to “strain” the engine. When cleaning the inside or outside of the vehicle. ¿ÀÀü 11:08 Adobe PageMaker 6. Never use carbon tetrachloride. 15-2 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. Avoid harsh operations such as abrupt fast start. and improper use may cause personal injury or damage. unventilated spaces. enamel reducers. except as noted in the fabric cleaning advice on stain removal. Avoid overload when climbing. corduroys. petrol. However.5K/Win . Allow the engine to warm up after starting. lacquer thinners. do not let materials with non-fast colors come in contact with seat trim materials until these materials are totally dry. bleaches or reducing agents.VEHICLE CARE RUNNING-IN PERIOD CLEANING AGENTS Follow the manufacturer’s advice whenever cleaning agents or other chemicals are used.000 km can add to the good future performance. such as colored denims. Drive at varying speeds.

With the use of modern trim materials. • Clean safety belts only with mild soap and lukewarm water. Dust and loose dirt that collect on interior fabrics should be frequently removed with a vacuum cleaner or soft bristle brush. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. spot rings. spots or stains can be cleaned with cleaners: VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care.5K/Win 15-3 . Failing to do this on the first cleaning may result in water spots.CARE AND CLEANING OF THE INTERIOR Safety Belt Care • Keep belts clean and dry. it is very important that you use proper cleaning techniques and cleaners.p65 Page 3 2006-10-02. Normal trim soils. or setting of stains or soils-all of which are more difficult to remove in a second cleaning. • Do not bleach or dye belts since this may severely weaken them. Wipe vinyl or leather trim regularly with a clean damp cloth.

gloss retention and durability. 15-4 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. may cause water to enter inside the vehicle.GLASS SURFACES Glass surfaces should be cleaned on a regular basis. clean the outside of the windshield with cleaning powder or an equivalent non abrasive cleaner. Do not use strong soap or chemical detergent. Polishing and Waxing Periodic polishing and waxing is recommended to remove surface residue from your paint finish. All cleaning agents should be flushed promptly from the surface and not allowed to dry on the finish. depth of color. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. wax or another material may be on the blade or windshield. Ssangyong vehicles are designed to operate under normal environmental conditions and to withstand the natural elements. Washing your Vehicle The best way to preserve your vehicle’s finish is to keep it clean by frequent washings. Never use abrasive cleaners on any vehicle glass. or if the wiper blade chatters when running. any electric demister element may be damaged. The use of glass cleaner or a liquid household glass cleaner will remove normal tobacco smoke and dust films sometimes caused by ingredients used in vinyl’s and interior plastics. However. Approved products are supplied through your Ssangyong Distributor. Do not use hot water or wash your vehicle in the direct rays of the sun.5K/Win . Cleaning the Outside of Windshield If your windshield is not clear after using the windshield washer. If abrasive cleaners are used on the inside of the rear window. such as high pressure car washes. unusual conditions.p65 Page 4 2006-10-02. Avoid placing decals on the inside rear window. Your windshield is clean if beads do not form when rinsing with water. Wash the vehicle in lukewarm or cold water. CARE AND CLEANING OF THE EXTERIOR Exterior Finish The paint finish on your vehicle provides beauty. since they may have to be scraped off later. as they may cause scratches.

as they could damage the finish. corrosion protection is not needed or used on these parts. Your car was designed to resist corrosion. Cleaning Alumimum Wheels. Other cleaners may be needed. Some parts which normally are not visible (such as certain parts located in the engine compartment and the underbody of the vehicle) are such that surface rust will not affect their reliability. Sheet Metal Damage If your car is damaged and requires body panel repair or replacement. tree sap. road oil and tar. ice melting agents.CORROSION PROTECTION Protecting Exterior Bright Metal Parts Bright metal parts should be cleaned regularly to keep their luster. A coating of wax. Rally Wheels.5K/Win 15-5 . never use automotive or chrome polish. Washing with water is all that is usually needed. Prompt washing may not completely remove all of these deposits.p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. Therefore. is recommended for all bright metal parts. or caustic soap to clean aluminum. be sure they are safe for use on painted surfaces. When using chemical cleaners. rubbed to a high polish. and Wheel Covers Preserve the original appearance of wheels or wheel covers by keeping them clean and free from build-up of road dirt and/ or road salt. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. Do not use abrasive cleaners or cleaning brushes. Use special care with aluminum trim. make sure the body repair shop applies proper anticorrosion material to the parts repaired or replaced so that corrosion protection is restored. (Also see “Finish damage” which follows). Special materials and protective finishes were used on most parts of your car when it was built to help maintain a good appearance. bird droppings. Foreign Material Deposits Calcium chloride and other salts. VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. strength and reliable operation. chemicals from industrial chimneys and other foreign matter may damage vehicle finishes if left on painted surface. To avoid damaging protective trim. steam. Regular cleaning is recommended.

Larger areas of finish damage can be corrected in your Distributor’s body and paint shop. If desired. CAUTION When an engine is washed. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. Bare metal will corrode quickly and may develop into a major repair expense. Everyone should be concerned about environmental protection. batteries and tires should be disposed of by using the local authorized waste disposal facilities.Finish Damage Any stone chips. If these materials are not removed.p65 Page 6 2006-10-02. fractures or deep scratches in the finish should be repaired promptly. Help by doing your share. floor pan and the exhaust system even though they have been provided with corrosion protection. antifreeze. Sediment packed in closed areas of the frame should be loosened before being flushed. On no account must any of these items be placed in the household refuse bins or the fluids poured down the drains. Minor chips and scratches can be repaired with touch-up materials. frame.5K/Win . your Ssangyong Distributor can do this service for you. accelerated corrosion (rust) can occur on underbody parts such as fuel lines. Used engine oil. brake fluid. grease and oil residues are washed off. Therefore you should use only a filling station or a Ssangyong Distributor who has oil separator equipment in the car wash bay. fuel. flush these materials from the underbody with plain water. Underbody Maintenance Corrosive materials used for ice and snow removal and dust control can collect on the underbody. or have them disposed of by the vendor who is under a statutory obligation to do so when you replace them. Take care to clean any areas where mud and other debris can collect. At least every spring. transmission fluid. 15-6 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care.

When checking the lights.p65 Page 7 2006-10-02. Checking Engine Compartment Check the following: • engine oil • power steering fluid • brake fluid • cooling system • drive belt VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care.5K/Win 15-7 . • Check for oil stains under parked car. check each part of the vehicle before starting off your vehicle.IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS BEFORE DRIVING For safe and comfortable driving. directional signals and stop lights work properly. CAUTION Checking Problematic Parts Check those parts that you felt were problematic to see if they would be a hindrance on the road. Take Driver’s Seat and Check the Following: • Adjustment of the rearview mirror • Applying the brake and releasing the parking brake • All warning lights and indicator lights • All lighting devices • The adjustment of driver’s seat • Make sure that headlights. Checking the External Appearance of Your Vehicle • Check for flat tires and check the air pressure. license plate lights. look for the reflections on walls and in the mirrors or get someone to help you. tail lights. • Check all lights for damage or dirt. backup lights. rear lights. CAUTION To inspect your vehicle effectively. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. park it on level surface and check it in the following order. • Check side mirror and license plate for dirt or damage.

15-8 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. feet or neck. put children to the rear seat. seatbelts and airbags. Adults adjust comfort and safety devices When a child gets in the vehicle. WARNING • In summer.Always Using Seatbelt Driver and all passengers must wear properly fastened seatbelts. windows. WARNING • Children. a child might unintentionally start the engine or start a fire or cause another accident. Do Not Leave Children Alone in the Vehicle When left alone in the car. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. Taking Care of Children Children go to the rear seat To prevent children from interfering with your driving by accidental movements or misuse of devices.p65 Page 8 2006-10-02. seatbelts and seats making sure not to hurt the child’s hands. an adult should take care of doors. pregnant or nursing women who fail to fasten their seatbelts properly might suffer an accident. • Familiarize yourself with seats. the temperature in your vehicle rises due to direct sunlight.5K/Win . Always use seatbelts as directed. • Do not leave a child alone in the car with no open windows. and a child who is unable to adjust vehicle devices is in danger of suffocation.

ON THE ROAD If a Problem Occurs On the Road • If a warning light goes on. • Do not leave valuables inside the car. immediately stop the vehicle in a safe place and take emergency measures. help children out of the car. VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. • While driving. inflammable materials near the vehicle might cause a fire. do not put hands through the steering wheel to manipulate various switches. • If your vehicle suffered a serious blow to the bottom. Parking in a Safe Place Do not park in places where hay. so turn the engine off.5K/Win 15-9 . ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. grip the steering wheel firmly. rags and oil or other easily inflammable materials are kept. Turning The Engine Off When Taking A Nap You might cause an accident by unconsciously shifting the transaxle or stepping on the accelerator pedal. CAUTION While driving or after immediately driving. do not turn off the ignition key under no circumstances. It might interfere with operating the steering wheel and cause an accident. keep your composure. muffler and exhaust pipe are hot. Turning The Engine Off When Leaving Your Car • Turn the engine off and lock the doors. • If you have a sudden puncture or blowout on the road. Avoiding Unnecessary Movements While Driving • While driving. WARNING If the front axle and tire were severely hit on the road and you notice steering problems (steering wheel shakes up and down / right and left / in circular motion). CAUTION Repeated application of the accelerator pedal overheats the engine and exhaust pipe and might cause a fire.p65 Page 9 2006-10-02. foliage. immediately visit to the nearest Ssangyong Dealer or Ssangyong Authorized Service Operation to check and repair steering and suspension parts. Brakes and power steering will not work. immediately stop the vehicle in a safe place and check for fuel leak or brake fluid spill and for damages to the car underbody. brake gently to reduce your speed and then stop in a safe place. paper.

apply your brake pedal lightly several times while moving slowly to confirm that your brakes work normally before getting on the road. When Parking or Stopping in An Enclosed Place When parking or stopping in an enclosed place. WARNING Driving the vehicle downhill using the downgrade slope without running the engine might cause an accident. if your tires float. in a garage or indoors or in other areas with no air circulation. 15-10 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. or after a car wash. CAUTION Place wheel chocks under the wheels. your tires might not be in constant contact with the road.5K/Win .p65 Page 10 2006-10-02. might result in death from carbon monoxide poisoning. WARNING Leaving the engine running in an enclosed place. set the gearshift lever in first gear for vehicle with manual transmission or set the gearshift lever in P for vehicle with automatic transmission. Driving in the Rain When it is raining the road surface becomes slippery and your tire-to-road traction is reduced. turn off the engine. your vehicle starts hydroplaning. always make sure that there are no children or other obstacles behind the car.Moving Your Vehicle Only After Starting the Engine Move your vehicle only after having started the engine. Parking Uphill After firmly applying the park brake. You might lose control of your steering and brakes. so you should drive more carefully than usual. CAUTION Place wheel chocks under the wheels. Things To Watch For When Backing Up When backing up your vehicle. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. set the gearshift lever in Reverse for the vehicle with manual transmission or set the gearshift lever in P for vehicle with automatic transmission. After driving through a puddle of water. CAUTION If you travel at a high speed on a wet road. Parking Downhill After firmly applying the park brake.

¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. the brakes overheat and the braking effectiveness can deteriorate.Putting Away Things That Interfere With Driving WARNING • Do not leave inflammable materials. clutch and accelerator pedals.5K/Win 15-11 . • You can distinguish specified parts by their parts number and seal. Attached accessory can work as a lens and start a fire or cause an accident. When on a long downgrade. They might cause a fire or an explosion.p65 Page 11 2006-10-02. NOTE Engine brake allows for slowing of the vehicle while the accelerator pedal is not applied. such as disposable lighters or sprays. VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. Always Using Ssangyong Genuine Parts • You can maintain the safety and performance of your car by using only specified parts or Ssangyong genuine parts. Being Careful With Accessories Do not attach accessories or other unnecessary things to your car’s window as they might interfere with your driving. • You can distinguish an authentic Ssangyong genuine part by its hologram. shift to low gear and apply your brake pedal together with engine brake. • Do not put many cigarette butts or materials that easily catch fire into your ashtray. down-shifting increases the effectiveness of this retarding force. Using Engine Brakes On Long Downgrades If you repeatedly apply the brake pedal. • Do not place objects under the driver’s feet or cover the car bottom with a very thick carpet as it might interfere with applying your brake. CAUTION • Warranty does not cover problems caused by using nonSsangyong genuine parts. refrain from smoking while on the road. CAUTION For safer driving. Being Careful While Checking Your Coolant When engine is hot. Always Putting Out Cigarettes • Make sure you have put out all cigarettes and matches completely before throwing them into your ashtray. inside the vehicle. never open the cap of the coolant tank. Hot steam or liquid might surge upwards and cause burns to your face or body.

Do not go through water if the bottom is sandy or covered with big rocks. • When going downhill on a slippery road. so drive with caution. your vehicle will slide and you might get in an accident. • It’s easy to slide in a road covered with much sand or with much dry dirt. choose a shallow spot where the exhaust outlet wouldn’t get submerged in water and proceed slowly at a steady speed. insert a rock or a piece of wood under the stuck wheel. allow greater following distance.p65 Page 12 2006-10-02. get another vehicle to tow you. check road conditions such as if the road suddenly ends and if there is enough space for a U-turn in the middle of the road. it might cause irreparable damage to your vehicle. Going Through Water • If water gets into the electric system or engine. Keep your speed low and steady. • If you accelerate or brake too fast. • If several vehicles are going through water together. CAUTION • If your vehicle is stuck in sand or mud and you cannot get out. Driving On Unpaved and Mountain Roads • Before driving. Driving On Sandy or Muddy Road • Keep your speed steady and as low as possible.5K/Win . 15-12 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. use snow tires for safer driving. get out of you vehicle and check the bottom of the river. use engine brake and drive slowly. • While driving.Driving On A Snowy or Icy Road • Shift to the lowest possible gear and drive slowly. be careful not to accelerate or stop too quickly because you might get stuck in sand or mud. do not change gears. • If your vehicle gets stuck in sand or mud. • There is a danger of driving off the mountain road. • If going through water is unavoidable. so be careful and cross in a different place if possible. CAUTION When traveling on snowy or icy road. apply your brakes only after you have slowed down considerably. so stay alert. • Since your braking distance is longer than usual. do not repeatedly step on the accelerator pedal. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. Please refrain from underwater driving. If possible. • Before going through water. go down slowly applying engine brake. When braking. the first vehicle might burrow into the bottom. • When coasting downhill. use engine brake. lightly apply the accelerator pedal and gently shift back and force between reverse and forward gear to allow inertia get your vehicle out.

Use engine brakes after fully accelerating your vehicle.5K/Win 15-13 . do not try to restart. wash your car to protect it. VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. WARNING If water gets into the brake system. right and left sides. • Check all lamps and other electrical devices. When on a long downgrade. • On a steep downgrade. get your vehicle checked immediately. Get your vehicle towed.p65 Page 13 2006-10-02. Slow down the vehicle speed and then downshift the gear. the engine may get damaged. WARNING If you suddenly use engine brake on an icy or slippery road. get your vehicle checked immediately. the vehicle might slide and get in an accident. if you discover problems. the effectiveness of the brakes decreases. If necessary. their effectiveness decreases and an accident might occur.Important things to remember when going through water • If the engine stops while you are going through water. If you repeatedly apply your brakes on a long downgrade. rear. CAUTION If you suddenly apply the engine brake while traveling at a high speed. move slowly and gently apply brakes several times so that frictional heat dries brake pads and disks. Check if the brakes work properly before continuing driving. WARNING Checking your vehicle after going through water • Check front. propeller shaft. they may overheat. transmission. use the engine brake together with your brakes. shift to the lowest gear to get the biggest engine brake effect. axle hubs. • If the vehicle body is very dirty. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. replace damaged components and get your vehicle checked. • Be particularly careful not to allow water inside your engine through air cleaner. oil and fluid levels and underbody. • Check for damages to the vehicle body and underbody. • Never change speeds while going through water. if you discover problems. Driving On Hill Roads Position the gearshift lever in accordance with the road conditions. After going through water.

• Keep tires at the recommended pressure. Performing Regular Checks Always check you vehicle following the inspection schedule. Using Non-Spedified Tires and Wheels If using non-specified parts. CAUTION Do not idle the engine for a long time. • When it rains or snows and the whether conditions are bad.p65 Page 14 2006-10-02. turn the engine off. • Do not load your vehicle with unnecessary stuff. 15-14 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. Modification of Fuses and Circuits Always use the Ssangyong genuine fuses of the specified capacity and do not alter or modify your vehicle’s circuits. cooling system and tires. brake performance decreases and steering wheel might shake wearing out tires when you are traveling at a high speed. steering wheel feels heavier. electronic and control devices. allow for the following distance that is twice as great as usual and reduce your speed by half. Tinting all the windows in a vehicle with a navigation system might weaken the satellite signal and make it impossible to display the vehicle’s current location. • When you park or stop for a long time. • Keep your vehicle in the best possible condition by periodically checking it and perform maintenance. listen to the weather forecast. it wastes fuel and causes environmental pollution. • Refrain from quick accelerating and abrupt braking. fuel consumption increases.5K/Win . avoid sudden steering movements. • Always respect the speed limit and refrain from speeding. • Allow for a safe following distance.Freeway Driving • Before getting on a freeway. Do not modify them without authorization. PROHIBITION OF UNAUTHORIZED MODIFICATIONS This vehicle contains various advanced electric. prepare thoroughly and check the fuel level. It might cause a fire. • Drive at a slow speed for the first 2 km if possible. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. replace parts when necessary and record in your vehicle diary which parts were replaced. brake system. Prohibition of Window Tinting Modifications such as coloring windows might cause leaks. travel at a steady speed.

the refrigerant may leak or rusting may happen to the system. As a result. the engine and the cooling system of your vehicle may seriously be damaged when the water freezes as it gets below the freezing point.CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE UNDER 0°C (32°F) CARING FOR YOUR VEHICLE UNDER 0°C (32°F) During the winter. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. Before driving in suburban or rural areas.5K/Win 15-15 . CAUTION Do not remove the refrigerant in the winter. Therefore. This will damage the wiper motor and hinder your safe driving. appropriate preparations for emergencies should occur. Washer Fluid Use a genuine coolant that does not freeze on a cold day. • Install snow chains correctly. To maintain its optimal operating condition. VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. Have snow tires installed on your vehicle before driving on such a road. the engine is filled with fourseason engine oil. undesirable road conditions frequently happen. ensure that the coolant is a 50: 50 mixture of water and antifreeze. When non-recommended washer liquid is used. • Before adding or refilling coolant. the cooling system is filled with a four-season coolant. the liquid may form an ice. CAUTION • When the vehicle is shipped. check the coolant level. gloves. Coolant Before it gets cold. and old clothes in your vehicle. snow chains. internal packing systems may become hard because the lubricating system has not worked for a prolonged amount of time. Tires Snow tires are more desirable on an icy or snow-covered road. drive your vehicle at a lower speed than normal. it is recommended that the air conditioner be turned on for approximately 5 to 10 minutes every week throughout all seasons.p65 Page 15 2006-10-02. even though you do not use the air conditioner. Engine Oil When the vehicle is shipped. If only water has been added into the coolant reservoir. a shovel. Otherwise. Air Conditioner When the air conditioner has not been used for an extended period of time. • Use only Ssangyong genuine coolant. The conventional coolant is the 50:50 mixture of water and antifreeze. CAUTION • When snow tires are installed. have bags of sand. or on a snowing day. the chains may damage the wheelhouses or the body of your vehicle. Malfunction of the air conditioner may result.

ice may form on the brake system and cause some difficulty moving the vehicle. When parking on a hill. Put a chock behind a tire and release the parking brake. Put the shift lever into the “1” or “R” position (Manual Transmission) or into the “P” position (Automatic Transmission). start the engine in an appropriate way. When stopping. the battery and the starter show decreased capacity. Warming up the engine will increase its life expectancy and help you drive safely. sudden braking. or drastic maneuvering of the steering wheel. first. After starting the engine. allow time to warm it up before driving the vehicle. an attempt to move the vehicle without removing the ice may damage your vehicle. WARNING When ice forms on the parking brake system. 15-16 A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. abrupt acceleration. PARKING IN THE WINTER When the parking brake is applied in cold weather.STARTING THE ENGINE AND DRIVING IN THE WINTER Starting the Engine in the Winter During the winter. Therefore. the engine experiences increased resistance from the powertrain. Wait until the ice melts away and gently move your vehicle. CAUTION The glow plugs of the diesel engine should sufficiently be warmed up before the engine starts. apply the parking brake. Driving in the Winter Maintain at least twice as long of a normal driving distance between your vehicle and the vehicle in front of you.5K/Win . shift into a lower gear to use the engine brake.p65 Page 16 2006-10-02. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. Avoid speeding.

After regaining the braking ability. • Do not add any additive other than Kerosene or alcohol into the fuel tank to improve starting of the engine. clog the fuel filter and oil filter and cause difficulties starting the engine. If this happens. VEHICLE CARE A120_RHD_15-Vehicle Care. a large amount of snow may build up under each wheelhouse. drive at a low speed and use the brake frequently to remove the ice. may separate from the diesel fuel. Therefore. to ensure an easy start on a cold day. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. When parking on a snow-covered road. • When driving on a snow-covered road. During the winter season.OTHER MAINTENANCE TIPS After driving on a calcium chloride (salt) spayed road. wash the bottom of your vehicle as soon as possible to avoid any rust.5K/Win 15-17 . Diesel Fuel in the Winter On an extremely cold day. Avoid using the wipers when ice is on the blades. CAUTION • Change engine oil and the fuel filter as scheduled. the brake system may begin to have some ice on it. drive your vehicle at a normal speed. Contaminated engine oil will lose its liquidity. WARNING • When there is ice on the wiper blades. park your vehicle inside of a garage. Therefore. The amount of added Kerosene into diesel can vary by location and their average winter temperatures. remove the snow buildup frequently. turning on the wiper switch may put an extra burden on the wiper motor and damage it. This separation makes starting the engine difficult. Kerosene is added to diesel in the domestic market to prevent the paraffin separation and secure stable flow of the fuel through the fuel filter. The additive may decrease the lubricating ability of the internal fuel system. paraffin. This buildup prevents the steering wheel from moving freely. If possible. the additive may have a different flashing point. The ice will decrease your vehicle’s braking ability. one of the chemicals in diesel fuel.p65 Page 17 2006-10-02. This will damage the fuel system or produce an excessive exhaust fume. fill up the fuel tank after each driving to prevent ice from forming inside of the fuel system.

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................... 9-15 Dimensions ..................... 13-2 Defogging and defrosting ...... ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6.... DVD changer) .............. 11-9 Audio. 8-18 Air cleaner .....................4-wheel drive switch* ....................... 11-12 Center switch panel ........... 13-20 D Daily check list .............................5K/Win ....... 6-5 Gear selector lever positions . 12-6 Checks before starting a journey ........ brake system . 13-10 Air source selection and AQS (air quality system) switch .......... 12-4 Cautions when changing the tyre .................. 6-7 G Gear selector lever in automatic transmission ............. 4-9 E Emergency towing ............................................................ 7-7 Cruise control switch* ....... 13-6 F Fog lamp switch & ESPOFF switch* ....................................... parking aid system.......................................................... 2-4 Battery voltage ......................p65 Page 2 2006-10-02......................... 6-16 Bulb specifications and functional check ........................... altitude mode ......... 14-2 C Caring for your vehicle under 0°C (32°F) .................. navigation system* ........................... 12-15 Engine coolant ...................................... 4-28 Battery replacement ......... 13-12 Fuel filter and water separator (with additional water separator) .............. 13-18 Brake and clutch fluid ............. 11-8 Front storage boxes ....... 9-10 Automatic transmission...................................................................................................... 15-15 Cautions in using the turbocharger ....................... 13-13 Fuse and relay box ........................................ video......... 11-15 Automatic air conditioner* ... 2-6 Center console (storage boxes..................................................... 4-15 A Air bag ....... 1-10 Direction.................. 5-11 Brake system .................................... 9-3 Assist grip............ 14-11 Fourth row seat (9 & 11-seaters) ........ seatback table................ 13-16 Fuel filter and priming pump (without additional water separator) ... 6-8 Glove box lamp and front room lamp ........................................................................ 0-3 Direct injection type diesel engine ............................ 9-18 Air vents .............. 13-17 Brake system related warning lights .. 13-9 Engine oil ............................... atmospheric pressure................ 13-19 Fuse replacement ...................... 7-5 Driver’s seat (power seat) ................................................................ 4-19 Foot lamp and rear room lamp ...... 14-9 16-2 A120_RHD_16-Index...................................... 14-10 Driver’s seat (manual seat) ............... 11-4 Fuel filter (gasoline engine) ... 7-4 Driving time and average speed .......... 12-11 Cautions when starting the engine ........... 4-18 Changing a flat tyre ................... 7-17 Front fog lamp and side repeater ............... CD changer................ 4-26 Door courtesy lamp and side repeater ........ 1-2 Convenience devices in front seats ............ 4-31 Battery .. seatback pocket ............. 4-30 Driving tips for automatic transmission .......................... 10-2 Cautions when a tyre is flat . 4-13 4WD check warning light and indicator* ... 6-4 B Barometer and altimeter .... 14-5 Front power outlet and cigarette lighter ...........

................ 4-21 How to drain the water from fuel filter (with additional water separator) ............... 8-5 Seat belt ......... 4-24 O Odometer/trip odometer ........... rear power outlet 11-11 Rear combination lamp ...................................................................................... 1-12 Preventive maintenance ......... back-up lamp............................ 14-6 Rear fog lamp*........ 11-6 Instrument panel ...... 15-7 Inside rearview mirror ...............H Headlamp ....................... 14-3 Locations in engine compartment ........ 14-4 Heated glass switch ................... 13-30 Scheduled maintenance services (gasoline engine) ................... 8-7 P Parking aid system* ......................... 11-10 Rearview camera system* .........................p65 Page 3 2006-10-02..................................... 11-14 Replacing air conditioner filter ... license plate lamp ....... 6-12 Parking brake operation ........................ 8-8 How to fasten the three point seat belt in front seats .................................................................................................................................................................................. 10-3 K Key functions ................................................ 12-5 I Immobilizer key and door remote control2-2 Immobilizer system* ........ 2-9 OVM tools ................... 4-2 S Safety precautions .................................... 8-6 How to remove and install the third row seat (7-seaters)* .... 11-13 Removal and installation of tray ....... 9-16 Rear cigarette lighter..... ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6..5K/Win 16-3 .......................... 8-2 Seat belts in third and fourth row seat 8-9 Seaters ..................................... 13-11 Precautions regarding unauthorized modification & alteration ............................... rear storage box...... 5-4 Multi-meter ................... 4-4 Location of exterior lamps ..................................................... 7-2 Second & third row seat (11-seaters) 7-14 Second row seat (7-seaters) ....... 7-8 Second row seat (9-seaters) ....................... 0-2 Remote audio controls & gear shift button (A/T) on steering wheel . 6-14 Recommended fluids and lubricants ............... 5-15 How to drain the water from fuel filter (without additional water separator) 5-14 How to fasten the seat belts in second row seat ........................... 13-33 Seat belt in front seats ........................ 5-5 Opening and closing the doors with ignition key .......................................... 6-18 Passenger’s seat ....... 4-29 L Light switch .............. 4-17 Removable center console ........................ 5-2 Interior fuse box label ............ 1-5 Scheduled maintenance services (diesel engine) .................. 7-19 Manual air conditioner .......................................................................... 2-3 How to use the altimeter (example) ........................................................ 14-7 Rear monitor* ........... 9-19 M Making a luggage compartment (9 & 11-seaters) .. 13-22 Interior lamps .............................. 2-5 INDEX A120_RHD_16-Index......................... 7-18 How to use door remote control .. 14-8 Interior switches ............................................................... 9-6 Meter cluster ................ 7-6 Power steering fluid .................. 13-3 R Rear air conditioner ....... rear cup holder.. 7-10 Second row seat ....... 2-7 Important safety instructions ......

12-22 Spare tyre and winter tyre ..... 5-13 When the engine is overheating .............. 7-12 Tiltable steering wheel and horn .......................... 12-12 Wiper and washer switch ......................................... 8-16 Washer fluid .. 1-3 Starting the engine with jumper cables12-2 Storage boxes and convenience devices ................... air conditioning and air purification system ...................................................... 4-23 Switches on driver’s door trim ................................................... 13-21 V Vehicle care ..... 13-25 Tyre wear check and tyre rotation ............. 6-2 Shift lever lock release and safety mode reset .............. 11-5 Supplementary heating device ..... 10-4 Tyre inflation pressure ........................it ...... 13-23 Water separator warning light and engine check warning light ............ 13-28 Warnings and cautions ............................................................................... 12-13 Water separator warning light .....5K/Win .................. 8-20 Warnings for seat belt ... 5-3 Warning triangle* ............... 4-7 Wiper blade replacement ......... 15-2 Vehicle identification . 12-17 Turbocharger inspection .............................. 0-7 Ventilation... 12-14 Trailer towing* ............ 9-4 Warnings for air bag .. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6................................... 13-24 T Third row seat (7-seaters) ..... 11-7 Time and date mode ......... 0-4 Starting the engine and driving off the vehicle ....................... 9-5 Switches in overhead console and room lamp switches . 7-16 Third row seat (9-seaters) ............................................. 12-23 Warnings and cautions when performing do .................... 4-16 U Underhood fuse box label ............. 13-26 16-4 A120_RHD_16-Index..............................................................Shift lever in manual transmission ....................................... 4-22 Switches in overhead console ..................... 13-27 Spark plugs ... 11-2 Sun visors . heating...........p65 Page 4 2006-10-02...yourself operation ............................................................ 13-29 Specifications ......... 4-25 Towing a disabled vehicle ................. 9-2 W Warning lights and indicators ...................

p65 Page 5 2006-10-02. Ltd. No part of this book may be used or reproduced without the written permission of Overseas A/S Team. ¿ÀÀü 11:09 Adobe PageMaker 6. PYUNGTAEK-SI GYEONGGI-DO.. CHILGOI-DONG. Printed in SSANGYONG Motor Co. 150-3.5K/Win . 459-711 KOREA TELEPHONE : 82-31-610-2740 FACSIMILE : 82-31-610-3762 NOTE: All rights reserved. A120_RHD_16-Index. LTD..RODIUS / STAVIC (RHD) OWNER’S MANUAL ISSUED BY OVERSEAS A/S TEAM SSANGYONG MOTOR CO.

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