1996-2001 of release
Repair and operation of the car
- 1. Maintenance instruction
1.1.2. Vehicles with right-hand management
1.1.3. Indicator symbols on the dashboard
- 1.1.4. Keys
184.108.40.206. System of blocking of the engine
+ 1.1.5. Doors
+ 1.1.6. Windows with the electric drive
+ 1.1.7. Trunk lid
1.1.9. Cover of the fuel tank
+ 1.1.11. Seats
1.1.12. Head restraints
+ 1.1.13. Seat belts
1.1.14. Steering wheel
+ 1.1.15. Mirrors
1.1.16. Sun-protection peaks
+ 1.1.17. Lighting
+ 1.1.18. Screen wipers and windscreen washers
1.1.19. Stekloobogrevateli of a back window and external rear-view mirrors
+ 1.1.20. Measuring devices, counters, the warning indicators
1.1.21. Ignition switch
1.1.22. Automatic transmission
1.1.23. The transmission with manual switching
1.1.24. Parking brake
1.1.25. Cruiser mode
+ 1.1.26. Audio system
+ 1.1.27. System of air conditioning
1.1.30. Cigarette lighter and ashtray
1.1.31. Point of selection of power
1.1.32. Glove box
1.1.33. A box for accessories
1.1.34. A box for trifles
1.1.36. Sexual rug
1.1.37. Heaters of seats
+ 1.2. Information before driving of the car
+ 1.3. Independent maintenance
+ 1.4. Technical characteristics
+ 1.5. Several councils upon purchase of the car
+ 2. Maintenance
+ 3. Engines
+ 4. Cooling system
+ 5. Heating and ventilation
+ 6. Fuel system
+ 7. Exhaust system
+ 8. Transmission
+ 9. Running gear
+ 10. Brake system
+ 11. Body
+ 12. Electric equipment
In a head of the main and additional key there is a transponder chip which is very important for functioning of system therefore be careful not to lose these keys. If you make a key duplicate independently, then you will not be able to cancel this system of blocking and to start the engine.
As doors can be locked without key, it is always necessary to carry with itself a spare main key in case suddenly you will close keys in the car.
When using the key containing a transponder chip observe the following precautionary measures.
Otherwise the engine can not be started or will stop right after start. If it occurred, take a key, and then again insert it, having removed from a ring other keys with the transponder or having closed them a hand then start the engine.
Do not cover the key handle with any material which can prevent free passing of electromagnetic signals.
You do not knock strongly a key in other objects.
Subject a key to long influence of high temperature, for example, leave it on an instrument guard or a cowl under a direct sunlight.
Do not put a key in water and do not wash out it in ultrasonic installation.
Do not use a key together with electromagnetic materials.
Plate with number of a key