HAZARD FLASHER SWITCH
Use the hazard
flashers only in
to warn traffic
of your vehicle
danger, etc. The
can be operated
with the drive
mode selector switch in all positions. The hazard
flasher switch is located on top of the steering
column, right behind the steering wheel. Depress the
switch to activate the hazard lights. To turn off the
hazard lights, depress the switch again.
With the hazard flasher
switch depressed, both
turn signal indicators
will flash on the instrument panel cluster.
Change a fuse
If electrical components
are not working, check
the circuit fuse first to
see if it is blown. You
can identify a blown
fuse by the broken wire
in the center of the fuse between two prongs.
Always replace a fuse with one that has the
specified amperage rating. Using a fuse with
a higher amperage rating can cause severe wire
damage and could start a fire.
To access the fuses:
1. Unlock and
2. Inspect the
fuse for the
circuit with a
replace the fuse
Always use the
rated fuse as a
See the chart
for the fuse amperage ratings and circuit
Horn, Flasher, Brake
Wiper, Washer, Gauge
3. After replacing the fuse, check the component to
verify that it is operating properly.
4. Install and lock the hood.
Power point fuse (if equipped)
requires a 20A
CHANGING THE TIRES
Your vehicle is not equipped with a spare tire.
Should your tires require service take you vehicle to
an authorized Dealer.
Damage to the suspension or steering linkage
system components may occur when
positioning the jack pad. The pad should be
positioned carefully to ensure maximum
contact under the frame.
When lifting a vehicle, care should be taken to
position the vehicle so that the jack pads do
not damage the halfshafts, steering linkage or
suspension arms. Damage to suspension and/or
steering linkage components may occur.
To lessen risk of personal injury, do not put
any part of your body under the vehicle while