Volkswagen Tiguan (2011) manual

Volkswagen Tiguan (2011)
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Important Warnings and Safety Information, which you must read,are listed on the last panel, under MANUAL SEAT WARNINGS.
KEY FOB WARNINGS:
Improper use of vehicle keys can result in serious personal injury.
• Always take the key with you when you leave the vehicle. It can be used to start the engine and operate vehicle systems
such as the power windows, leading to serious personal injury. Children or other unauthorized persons could also lock the
doors and the luggage compartment.
• Never leave children, disabled persons, or anyone who cannot help themselves in the vehicle. The doors can be
locked with the remote control key. This could result in people being trapped in the vehicle in an emergency. For
example, depending on the time of year, people trapped in the vehicle can be exposed to very high or very low
temperatures. Heat build-up in the passenger and luggage compartment of a parked vehicle can result in
temperatures in the vehicle that are much higher than outside temperatures, particularly in summer. Temperatures
can quickly reach levels that can cause unconsciousness and death, particularly to small children.
• Never remove the key from the ignition switch while the vehicle is moving or rolling to a stop. The steering wheel
will lock and you will not be able to steer or control the vehicle.
REAR HATCH WARNINGS:
Improper or unsupervised unlocking, opening or closing of the rear hatch can cause accidents and severe injuries.
• Only open or close the rear hatch if no one is in the way.
• Never close the rear hatch by pushing on the rear window with your hand. The rear window could break and cause injuries.
• After closing the rear hatch, always make sure that it is properly closed and locked so that it cannot open suddenly when
the vehicle is moving. The closed rear hatch must be flush with the surrounding auto body parts.
• Always keep the rear hatch closed while driving to help keep poisonous exhaust gas from being drawn into the vehicle.
• Never open the rear hatch when a luggage rack is installed and loaded. If, for example, there are bicycles on a carrier on
the rear hatch, it is possible that the rear hatch will not be able to open automatically. An open rear hatch may fall on its
own because of the additional weight. The open rear hatch must be supported or the weight must be removed from the
luggage rack first.
• Close and lock the rear hatch and all doors when the vehicle is not in use. First, make sure that no one is left inside
the vehicle.
• Never leave your vehicle unattended or let children play around your vehicle, especially with the rear hatch left open.
A child could crawl into the vehicle and pull the rear hatch shut, becoming trapped and unable to get out. A closed vehicle
can become very hot or very cold, depending on the season. Particularly in the summer, heat build-up in the passenger
and luggage compartment of a parked vehicle can result in temperatures in the vehicle that are much higher than the
outside temperatures. Temperatures can quickly reach levels that can cause unconsciousness and death, particularly
to small childen.
CLIMATIC SYSTEM WARNINGS:
Poor visibility increases the risk of collisions and other accidents that cause serious personal injuries.
• Always make sure all windows are clear of ice, snow and condensation for good visibility to the front, sides and rear.
• Maximum heating output and fast defrosting will only be possible after the engine has reached operating temperature.
Wait until you have good visibility before driving off.
• Always make sure you know how to properly use the heating and ventilation systems as well as the rear window
defogger that you will need for good visibility.
• Never use air recirculation for long periods of time. When the air conditioner is off and recirculation mode is on,
condensation can quickly form on the windows and greatly reduce visibility.
• Always switch off recirculation mode when it is not needed. Stale air causes driver fatigue and reduces driver alertness,
which can cause accidents, collisions and serious personal injury.
• Never switch off the fan for a long period of time and never use air recirculation for a long period of time because no fresh
air will come into the passenger compartment.
MANUAL SEAT WARNINGS:
Improper seating positions increase the risk of severe or fatal injuries in a crash or other accident,
especially when the airbag deploys.
• All occupants must sit properly at all times. This also applies to wearing a safety belt.
• Never let the number of people in the vehicle exceed the number of available seating positions with safety belts.
• Always secure children in the vehicle with an approved and suitable restraint system appropriate for their age,
weight and height.
• All vehicle occupants should always keep their feet in their respective footwells. Never allow vehicle occupants to place
their feet on the seat, instrument panel, out of the window, etc. The airbag system and safety belt will not be able to protect
you properly and can even increase the risk of injury in a crash. Always adjust seat, safety belts and head restraints
properly before driving and make sure that all passengers are properly restrained.
• Push the front passenger seat as far back as possible. Always be sure that there are at least 10 inches (25 cm) between
the front passenger’s breastbone and the instrument panel.
• Always adjust the driver’s seat and the steering wheel so that there are at least 10 inches (25 cm) between your breastbone
and the steering wheel. If this requirement cannot be met for physical reasons, contact an authorized Volkswagen dealer
or an authorized Volkswagen Service Facility to see whether adaptive equipment is available. Always hold the steering
wheel on the outside of the steering wheel rim with your hands at the 9 o’clock and 3 o’clock positions to help reduce
the risk of personal injury if the driver’s airbag inflates.
• Never hold the steering wheel at the 12 o’clock position or with your hands at other places inside the steering wheel rim
or on the steering wheel hub. Holding the steering wheel the wrong way can cause serious injuries to the hands, arms
and head if the driver’s airbag inflates.
• Pointing the steering wheel toward your face decreases the ability of the driver’s airbag to help protect you in a collision.
• Never drive with backrests reclined or tilted far back. The farther the backrests are tilted back, the greater
the risk of injury caused by incorrect positioning of the safety belts and improper seating position.
• Never drive with a front seat backrest tilted forward. If the front airbag deploys, the front backrest can be forced backward
and injure passengers on the rear seat.
• Sit as far back as possible from the steering wheel and the instrument panel.
• Always sit upright with your back against the backrest with the front seats properly adjusted. Never lean against or place
any part of your body too close to the area where the airbags are located.
• Rear seat passengers who are not properly seated and restrained are more likely to be seriously injured in a crash.
Improper adjustment of the seats can cause accidents and severe injuries.
• Never adjust the seats while the vehicle is moving. Your seat may move unexpectedly and you could lose control of the
vehicle. In addition, the result of the adjustment will lead to an incorrect seating position.
• Adjust the front seat height, angle and longitudinal position only if the seat adjustment area is clear.
• The adjustment area of the front seats must not be restricted by objects.

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Important Warnings and Safety Information, which you must read,are listed on the last panel, under CLIMATIC SYSTEM WARNINGS.

TO COOL THE INTERIOR

Turn the temperature dial all the way to the left.

Push the A/C button .

Direct the air to your desired location.

Turn the fan speed to “3.”

Activate the recirculation button .

TO HEAT THE INTERIOR

Turn the temperature dial all the way to the right.

Direct the air to your desired location.

When you begin to feel warm air circulating,

turn the fan speed to “3.”

TO DEFROST THE WINDSHIELD

Direct the air to the windshield .

Push the A/C button .

Turn the temperature dial all the way to the right.

Turn the fan speed to “3.”

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Important Warnings and Safety Information, which you must read,are listed on the last panel, under KEY FOB and REAR HATCH WARNINGS.

LOCK

To lock all doors and the trunk, push the

lock button once.

UNLOCK

To unlock the driver’s door, push the unlock button once.

To unlock all doors and the rear hatch, press the unlock

button twice, with a brief pause in between.

ADJUSTING YOUR SEAT ANGLE

Use the dial on the lower rear of your seat.

The seat back will move in the same direction you rotate

the dial. Lean forward a little as you rotate the dial, as this

makes the adjustment much easier.

SETTING THE SEAT HEIGHT

Use the lever directly beneath your left side.

Pull up to raise the seat. Push down to lower seat.

TO ADJUST THE LUMBAR SUPPORT

This allows you to customize the comfort of your lower back.

Use the lever on the seat back.

Rotate forward to increase support.

Rotate backward to decrease the support.

ADJUSTING YOUR SEAT FORWARD OR BACK

Pull up on the handle under the driver’s seat.

Rock forward or back to a comfortable position.

Release the handle to lock the seat in place.

REAR HATCH

To unlock the rear hatch, press and HOLD the trunk

button (this helps prevent it from popping open if

it is hit accidentally). It will pop open slightly.

TO OPEN

Grab at the bottom of the rear hatch and press on the

soft rubber area—called the “microswitch”—to open

the rear hatch the rest of the way.

TO CLOSE

Grab the ergonomic handles located near the outer

corners of the rear hatch, pull and finish with a gentle

push of the other hand.

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Marca Volkswagen
Modelo Tiguan (2011)
Producto coche
Idioma Inglés
Tipo de archivo PDF

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