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Setup CD for Connect NAV+

  • Thread starter Rijndael
  • Start date Jan 17, 2017

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  • Jan 17, 2017

Hi! Does anybody have Setup Cd for Connect Nav+ to share. I need to change language and all I can find on the forum are old non working links. Thanks!  


Hi, Welcome to the FF. You can download a copy of the Setup CD from the forum downloads section here: It's the same one for the NIT G1 and NIT G2 Connect Navs. .  

Thanks for help!  

  • Sep 7, 2017
  • Apr 16, 2018

Hello everyone, You can also use this setup cd in the Lancia thesis with connect nav. Have no setup cd and must change the language. I do not need a CD in my Fiat 500 Abarth and Alfa Giuletta QV. would be very grateful for help.  

guerriero said: Hello everyone, You can also use this setup cd in the Lancia thesis with connect nav. Have no setup cd and must change the language. Click to expand...

Thanks for the answer. Would be nice if someone had a Lancia thesis of a setup cd has.  

  • Apr 17, 2018
guerriero said: Thanks for the answer. Would be nice if someone had a Lancia thesis of a setup cd has. Click to expand...
guerriero said: Would be nice if someone had a Lancia thesis of a setup cd has. Click to expand...
  • Jun 5, 2019

Hello, I'm new here, and I am interesting if someone have Setup CD for Connect NAV+ for Alfa Romeo 147? If someone knows if some other setup CD works with my car? ] I need to change language from Italian to English.  

NeCaAiR said: Hello, I'm new here, and I am interesting if someone have Setup CD for Connect NAV+ for Alfa Romeo 147? If someone knows if some other setup CD works with my car? ] I need to change language from Italian to English. Click to expand...


  • Jul 2, 2020

Will this also work for my Fiat 500L 2016 plate in Spanish and I want it in English ? Hope someone can help Thanks  

  • Jul 3, 2020
Spanishlife said: Will this also work for my Fiat 500L 2016 plate in Spanish and I want it in English ? Hope someone can help Thanks Click to expand...

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  • May 1, 2021

Hiii, i bought yesterday Lancia Thesis 2.4JTD, and im try to change language to english but says ...tra la la ?"$"?=$("?$/ -> CD and i havent maps. SO Please can you help me, send me link for download language setup and maps??  

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Thesis - SETUP CD 4,23

Lancia Thesis Owner's Handbook Manual

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Lancia Thesis Owner's Handbook Manual

  • Owner's manual (165 pages)
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Table of Contents

  • Parking over Flammable Material
  • Engine Start-Up
  • Protecting the Environment
  • Electrical Accessories
  • Scheduled Servicing
  • Travelling Safety and in Harmony with Nature
  • Safeguarding the Environment
  • Use of Environment-Friendly Materials
  • Fuel Evaporation Canister
  • Devices for Reducing Petrol Engine Emissions
  • Lambda Sensors
  • Three-Way Catalytic Converter (Catalytic Exhaust Pipe)
  • Devices for Reducing Diesel Engine Emissions
  • Oxidising Catalytic Converter
  • Exhaust Gas Recirculation (E.G.R.) System
  • The Signs to Help You Drive Correctly
  • Connect Infotelematic System
  • Controls on the Steering Wheel
  • Remote Control
  • Audio and TV Function: Control Summarizing Table
  • Ignition Switch
  • Steering Column Lock
  • Versions with Keyless System
  • In an Emergency
  • Steering Column Lock Always off
  • The Lancia Code System
  • The Key Operates
  • Remote Control Functions
  • Functions that Can be Actuated with the Metal Insert of the Key
  • Actuation Logic of the Boot Lock by Means of the Remote Control
  • Actuation Logic of the Boot Lock by Means of the Metal Insert of the Key
  • Automatically Actuated Functions
  • Opening the Tailgate
  • Key Battery Replacement
  • Electronic Alarm
  • Self-Test and Door/Bonnet/Boot Control Functions
  • Surveillance
  • Switching the Alarm on
  • Anti-Lifting Sensor
  • Switching the Alarm off
  • Volumetric Protection
  • Deactivating the Alarm
  • Functions that Can be Deactivated or Modified
  • Indications of Attempts to Break in
  • What Triggers the Alarm off
  • Easy Entry/Exit System
  • Ministerial Homologation
  • Recognition System (Keyless System)
  • "Garage" Position
  • AVV Position
  • Knob for Actuating Instrument Panel and Engine Start-Up
  • MAR Position
  • STOP Position
  • Engine Stop
  • Steering Column Locking
  • Steering Column Unlocking
  • Door Unlocking to Access Car
  • Autoclose Function
  • Locking the Door and Leaving the Car
  • Tailgate Opening
  • Central Locking/Opening of Windows and Sunroof
  • Failure Indication
  • System Settings
  • CID Device Battery Replacement
  • Request for Additional CID Devices
  • Opening/Closing from the Outside
  • Deadlock Device
  • Door Open Indication
  • Opening/Closing from the Inside
  • Automatic Door Locking When Speed Exceeds 20 KM/H
  • Disabling Rear Door Locking/Unlocking Controls
  • Initialising the Door Locking Control Unit
  • Lock Release in Case of Accident
  • Electrically Adjustable Seats
  • Front Seats
  • Manually Adjustable Seats
  • Lumbar Adjustment
  • Recalling Stored Positions
  • Storing the Driver's Seat Positions
  • Automatic Realignment of External Rear View Mirrors
  • Comfort Seats
  • Head Restraints
  • Electric Adjustment
  • Manual Adjustment
  • Steering Wheel
  • Automatically Adjustable
  • External Rearview Mirrors
  • Internal Rearview Mirror
  • Rearview Mirrors
  • Automatic Rearview Mirror Realignment
  • Storing the “Parking” Position of the Right-Hand Rearview Mirror
  • Anti-Trap Safety System
  • Electric Windows
  • Driver’s Side
  • Front Windows
  • Rear Windows
  • Centralised Window and Sunroof Opening/Closing System
  • Manual and Automatic Operation
  • Rear Controls
  • How to Use the Seat Belts
  • Adjusting the Height of the Front Seat Belts
  • Pretensioners
  • General Instructions for the Use of the Seat Belts
  • Load Limiting Devices
  • How to Keep the Seat Belts in Proper Working Order at All Times
  • Carrying Children Safely
  • GROUP 0 and 0+
  • Passenger Seat Compliance with Regulations on Child's Seat Use
  • Presetting for Mounting the "Isofix Type" Child Restraint System
  • Mounting the ISOFIX TYPE Child Restraint System
  • "Smart Bag" System
  • Description and Operation
  • Front and Side Airbags
  • Manually Deactivating the Passenger's Front Airbag
  • Passenger's Front Airbag
  • Side Airbags
  • Manually Deactivating the Rear Side Bags
  • General Notes
  • Light Switch
  • Light Switch and Steering Column Stalks
  • Parking Lights
  • Automatic Switching On/Off
  • Delayed Light Switching off
  • Twilight Sensor
  • Left-Hand Stalk
  • To Flash the Lights
  • Direction Indicators
  • Right-Hand Stalk
  • Windscreen Washer
  • Windscreen Wiper
  • Headlight Washer
  • Rain Sensor
  • Rain Sensor Failure
  • Instrument Panel
  • Petrol Versions
  • JTD Versions
  • Instruments
  • REV Counter
  • Speedometer
  • Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge with Overheating Warning Light
  • Fuel Gauge and Reserve Warning Light
  • Flash Consumption Gauge
  • Information on Standard Screen
  • Kilometre Counter (and Trip Meter) and Automatic Gearbox
  • Multifunction Display
  • Car Conditions
  • CONNECT Information
  • Driver’s Aiding System Information
  • Check Stage
  • Start-Up Checks
  • Engine Oil Level Check (JTD Versions Only)
  • IMPORTANT Instrument Panel
  • Scheduled Servicing Info
  • Instrument Panel Warning Lights and Messages
  • Left Direction Indicator
  • Right Direction Indicator
  • Injection System Failure
  • Low Brake Fluid Level
  • ABS System Failure
  • EBD System Fault
  • Electric Parking Brake (EPB)
  • EPS System Failure
  • Multifunction Display Warning Lights and Messages
  • Follow Me Home Device
  • Instrument Dimmer
  • Steering Wheel Lock
  • Bonnet and Boot
  • Window Anti-Trap Safety System
  • Lancia CODE, Keyless System (CID Device) and Alarm System
  • Glow Plugs (JTD Versions)
  • Outside Temperature (Ice Hazard)
  • EPS (Electronic Stability Program)
  • ASR System (Wheel Antiskid System)
  • EBD System (Electronic Brakeforce Distributor)
  • EOBD (Engine Control System)
  • EPB (Electric Parking Brake)
  • Injection System (Where Provided - JTD Versions)
  • Cruise Control
  • Radar Cruise Control
  • Electronic Automatic Transmission (COMFORTRONIC)
  • Power Steering (VARIOSTEER)
  • Suspensions (SKYHOOK - Where Provided)
  • Brake Fluid Level
  • Headlamp Inclination Adjustment System
  • Engine Oil Pressure
  • Low Battery Charge
  • Engine Coolant Level
  • Engine Coolant Temperature
  • Side/Taillights
  • Windscreen Washer Fluid Level
  • Brake Lights
  • Inertia Switch (Fuel Cut-Off Switch)
  • Number Plate Light
  • Rear Fog Lights
  • Diesel Fuel Filter (JTD Versions)
  • Parking Sensors
  • Antipollution Filter Clogged (2.4 JTD 20V CAE Version)
  • Change Engine Oil (2.4 JTD 20V CAE Version)
  • Engine Oil Level Sensor (JTD Versions)
  • Climate Control System
  • Directional and Adjustable Vents
  • Automatic Climate Control System
  • Front Control Panel
  • Initialising the Air Conditioning Control Unit
  • Back Control Panel
  • How to Use the Climate Control System
  • Knobs for Adjusting Air Temperature
  • Buttons for Adjusting Front Air Distribution
  • Buttons for Adjusting Rear Air Distribution
  • AUTO Buttons
  • Buttons for Adjusting Fan Speed
  • MONO Button (Set Temperature and Air Distrib Ution Alignment)
  • REAR Button (Rear Control Panel Activation)
  • Air Recirculation On/Off Button
  • Climate Control System Compressor off Button
  • Button for Fast Windscreen Demisting/Defrosting
  • OFF Button (System Off)
  • Active Carbon Dust/Pollen Filter
  • Ventilation During a Stop
  • Supplementary Heater
  • Operation with Engine Stationary
  • Operate Now
  • Timed Heater Activation/Deactivation through CONNECT
  • Heater Activation/Deactivation with the Remote Control
  • Activation Length
  • Switching the Heater on
  • Checking and Replacing the Batteries
  • Replacing the Batteries
  • Switching the Heater off
  • Operation with Engine Running
  • Request for Additional Remote Controls
  • “Supplementary Heater” Mode
  • Hazard Lights
  • Technical Specifications
  • Front Fog Lights
  • Fuel Cut-Off Switch and Circuit Breaker
  • Heated Rear Window
  • Door Unlocking in Case of Accident
  • Resetting the Fuel Cut-Off Switch
  • Resetting the Circuit Breaker
  • Electric Parking Brake
  • Automatic Disengagement
  • Automatic Engagement
  • Deactivating the Automatic Operation
  • Use in an Emergency
  • Emergency Disengagement
  • Fault Indication
  • Manual Gearbox
  • Electronic Automatic Gearbox (Comfortronic)
  • Starting the Engine
  • Stopping the Car
  • Automatic Operation
  • P - Parking
  • Selecting the Automatic/Manual Sequential Operation
  • D - Forward Gear (Automatic)
  • N - Neutral
  • R - Reverse
  • Winter Programme
  • Manual Sequential Operation
  • Automatic Transmission Fault
  • Automatic Transmission Oil Temperature High
  • Bump Starting
  • Sound Signal
  • ESP and ASR Systems
  • Towing the Car
  • ESP System Operation
  • ASR Function (Antislip Regulation)
  • ASR Function Activation
  • ESP and ASR Failure Indication
  • ESP System Action
  • MSR System (Engine Drive Adjustment)
  • Initialising the ESP System Control Unit
  • Cruise Control (Constant Speed Regulator)
  • Increasing the Stored Speed
  • Resetting the Stored Speed
  • Storing the Speed
  • Deleting the Stored Speed
  • Reducing the Stored Speed
  • Radar Cruise Control (RCC)
  • Parking Sensor
  • Sensor Operating Range
  • Towing a Trailer
  • Front Ceiling Light
  • Interior Equipment
  • Door Puddle Lights
  • Rear Ceiling Light
  • Courtesy Mirrors
  • Rearview Mirror Lights
  • Front Ashtray and Cigar Lighter
  • Rear Ashtrays
  • Glove Compartment
  • Oddment Compartment
  • Climate-Controlled Drink Compartment
  • Front Bottle/Can Holder
  • Door Pockets
  • Oddment Compartment on the Dashboard
  • Central Console Compartment
  • Rear Armrest Compartment
  • Rear Bottle/Can Holder
  • Electric Sunshade
  • Power Socket
  • Accessories Purchased by the User
  • Installation of Electronic Devices
  • Map Pockets
  • Radio Transmitters and Cellular Telephones
  • Solar Cell Operated Sunroof
  • Sunroof Opening/Closing and Pivoting
  • Central Sunroof and Window Locking System
  • Emergency Manoeuvre
  • Solar Cells
  • Opening from the Inside
  • Opening by Means of the Remote Control
  • Opening from the Outside with the Key
  • Boot Lock Opening/Closing by Remote Control
  • Boot Lock Opening/Closing by Metal Insert of the Key
  • Boot Ceiling Light
  • Closing the Boot
  • Luggage Nets
  • Anchoring the Load
  • Luggage Transport - Important
  • Fuel Filler Cap
  • Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
  • Diesel Particulate Filter Clogged
  • Anchorage Points
  • Roof Rack - Ski Rack
  • Automatic Dynamic Beam Adjustment Device
  • Headlight Beam Adjustment Control Unit
  • Headlamp Orientation for Left-/Right Hand Drive
  • EOBD System
  • ABS Operation
  • EBD (Electronic Brake-Force Distributor)
  • Sound System
  • Bose Hi-Fi Sound System
  • How to Start JTD Versions
  • How to Start Petrol Versions
  • Engine Warming up
  • Stopping the Engine
  • Emergency Start-Up
  • Before Getting Behind the Wheel
  • Safe Driving
  • When Travelling
  • Driving at Night
  • Driving in the Rain
  • Driving in Fog
  • Driving in the Mountains
  • Driving on Snow and Ice
  • Driving with ABS
  • Containing Running Costs and Pollution
  • General Considerations
  • Conditions of Use
  • Driving Style
  • Cheap Running that Respects the Environment
  • Looking after Emission Control Devices
  • Installation Diagram
  • Tow Hitch Installation
  • Winter Tyres
  • Snow Chains
  • Storing the Car
  • Using the Car Again
  • Useful Accessories
  • Jump Starting
  • Changing a Wheel
  • If a Bulb Burns out
  • General Instructions
  • Types of Bulbs
  • Front Light Cluster
  • If an Exterior Bulb Burns out
  • Side Direction Indicators
  • Rear Light Cluster
  • Reversing Light and Rear Fog Lights
  • Additional Brake Light
  • If an Interior Bulb Burns out
  • Number Plate Lights
  • Glove Compartment Light
  • Courtesy Mirror Lights
  • Door Lights
  • Door Mirror Lights
  • If a Fuse Blows
  • Fuse Location
  • General Fuses
  • Fuses in the Dashboard
  • Fuses in the Boot
  • Disconnecting the Loaded Battery
  • If Battery Is to be Disconnected
  • Disconnecting the Unloaded Battery
  • If the Battery Is Flat
  • Recharging the Battery
  • Jacking the Car
  • With an Arm Hoist or a Shop Jack
  • With the Jack
  • If an Accident Occurs
  • If Anyone Is Injured
  • First-Aid Kit
  • Service Schedule
  • Additional Checks
  • Annual Inspection Schedule
  • Checking Fluid Levels
  • Engine Oil Consumption
  • Engine Coolant
  • Power Steering Fluid
  • Brake and Hydraulic Clutch Fluid
  • Air Cleaner
  • Diesel Filter
  • Draining the Condense
  • Dust/Pollen Filter
  • Checking the Battery Charge
  • Charging the Battery
  • Replacing the Battery
  • Useful Advice for Lengthening the Life of Your Battery
  • Electronic Control Units
  • Spark Plugs
  • Tyre Pressure
  • Wheels and Tyres
  • Checking the Blades
  • Rubber Tubing
  • Windscreen Wipers
  • Replacing the Blades
  • Spray Nozzles
  • Headlight Washers
  • Protecting the Car from Atmospheric Agents
  • Tips for Keeping the Body in Good Conditions
  • Cleaning Chromium Plated/Anodized Bodywork Parts
  • Cleaning Alcantara Seats
  • Engine Compartment
  • Plastic Parts Inside the Car
  • Cleaning Leather Seats
  • Cleaning Velvet Seats and Fabrics
  • Steering Wheel/Gear Lever Knob with Genuine Leather Covering
  • Chassis Marking
  • Engine Marking
  • Identification Data
  • Model Plate
  • Bodywork Paint Identification Plate
  • Engine Codes - Bodywork Versions
  • Fuel Feed - Ignition
  • Transmission
  • Suspensions
  • Correct Tyre Reading
  • Rims and Tyres
  • Correct Rim Reading
  • Performance
  • Wheel Geometry
  • Fluids and Lubricants
  • Fuel Consumption
  • CO2 Emission in Exhaust
  • Engine Oil Change


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  • Page 2 We are sure that these instruments will help you easily attune to and appreciate both your new car and the LANCIA team that will be on hand to provide you with any help you may require. Best regards and have a great trip! This Owner Handbook describes all the THESIS versions.
  • Page 3 MUST BE READ! REFUELLING Petrol engines: only refuel with unleaded petrol with octane rating (RON) no less than 95. Diesel engines: only refuel with diesel fuel conforming to the European specification EN590. The use of other products or mixtures may irreparably damage the engine with invalidation of the warranty due to the damage caused.
  • Page 4 If, after buying the car, you decide to add electrical accessories (that will gradually drain the battery), visit a Lancia Dealership. They can calculate the overall electrical requirement and check that the car's electric sys- tem can support the required load.
  • Page 5 TRAVELLING SAFELY AND IN HARMONY WITH NATURE Safety and respect for the environment are the guidelines that inspired the THESIS design from the drawing board onwards. This concept has meant that the THESIS has been able to face and pass the strictest safety tests. So much so that, from this point of view, the car is the best in its class and has probably already incor- porated features that belong to the future.
  • Page 6 SAFEGUARDING THE ENVIRONMENT Safeguarding the environment has directed the design and manufacturing of the THESIS right from the start. The result is the use of materials and the perfection of devices that can reduce or sweep- ingly reduce harmful influences on the environment. The THESIS is equipped with environment safeguarding devices which curtail harmful exhaust gas emissions, is ready to travel well ahead of the most stringent international pollution control stan- dards.
  • Page 7 DEVICES FOR REDUCING PETROL ENGINE EMISSIONS Three-way catalytic converter (catalytic exhaust pipe) The exhaust system is equipped with a catalyst made up of noble metal alloys; it is housed in a stainless steel container capable of withstanding the very high operating temperatures. The catalyst converts the unburnt hydrocarbons, the carbon monoxide and the nitric oxides found in the exhaust gases (though in small amounts, thanks to the electronic-injection ignition systems) into non-polluting substances.
  • Page 8 DEVICES FOR REDUCING DIESEL ENGINE EMISSIONS Oxidising catalytic converter This device converts the polluting substances in the exhaust gas (carbon monoxide, unburnt hydro- carbons and particulates) into harmless substances, thus reducing the smokiness and smell associat- ed with diesel engine exhaust fumes. The catalytic converter consists of a stainless steel case containing a honeycomb ceramic core in which there is the precious metal that carries out the catalysing action.
  • Page 9 The texts, illustrations and technical specifications contained in this handbook refer to the car at the time of going to press. As part of our ongoing effort to improve our products, LANCIA may introduce technical modifications during pro- duction and therefore technical specifications and fittings may be altered without prior notice.
  • Page 10 SYMBOLS DANGER SYMBOLS Special coloured labels have been Battery Coil attached near or actually on some of Corrosive fluid. High voltage. the components of your THESIS. These labels bear symbols that remind you of the precautions to be taken as regards that particular component.
  • Page 11 PROHIBITION SYMBOLS WARNING SYMBOLS Battery Catalytic converter Engine Keep away from naked Do not park over inflam- Use only the oil specified flames. mable materials. in section “Capacities”. chapter: “Protecting the emission control devices”. Battery Keep away from chil- dren. Power steering Unleaded petrol vehicle Heat shields - belts -...

Page 13: Getting To Know Your Car

  • Page 14 1) Front door air outlets 20) Trip meter reset button (long pressure)/Button for deleting failure messages on the display (short pres- 2) Side window vents sure) 3) Side vents 21) Ignition switch 4) Instrument panel 22) CONNECT controls on the steering wheel (for con- trol description see the following pages) 5) Windscreen vent 23) Horn...
  • Page 15 CONNECT INFOTELEMATIC SYSTEM The key for this figure is on pages 16-17. fig. 2 L0A6001b...
  • Page 16 The following pages describe the system controls and main functions. The Lancia navigation CONNECT CONTROLS (fig. 2) The car is provided with a special system helps driver while supplement dealing with CONNECT The CONNECT system functions...
  • Page 17 Legend Short push Long push (more than 2 seconds) (less than 2 seconds) – 1 – SOS Assistance services and functions – Slot for navigator CD-ROM or Audio CD – Slot for cassette – 4 – CD Eject navigator CD-ROM or Audio CD –...
  • Page 18 Legend Short push Long push (less than 2 seconds) (more than 2 seconds) 14 – DARK DARK mode actuation: the display is completely darkened – £ Forwarding the phone call set Refusing the incoming phone call 15 – Accepting the incoming call Ending the ongoing call 16 –...
  • Page 19 CONTROLS ON THE STEERING B - Audio source selection: FM1, Cassette mode: fast tape rewind FM2, FM3-AS, MW, LW, CC, CD, with return to beginning of lis- WHEEL (fig. 3) CDC, TV tened track or to previous track The main CONNECT function C - Turning down the volume CD/CDC mode: selection of controls are duplicated on the steer-...
  • Page 20 REMOTE CONTROL (fig. 4-5) The remote control functions can B - Turning down the volume be switched off and on again by C - Turning up the volume The infrared-ray remote control selecting the corresponding item of controls certain main functions of D - Radio mode: the SETUP function (set-up).
  • Page 21 E - Radio mode: – long push = actuation of the CD mode: – short push = search for the “Scan” function with scanning of – short push = selection of pre- first radio station that can be the stations in the selected radio vious track tuned at a lower frequency band starting from the higher...
  • Page 22 AUDIO AND TV FUNCTION: CONTROL SUMMARIZING TABLE The TV and audio system (FM/AM radio and Cassette/CD/CDC player) functions can be switched on/off without dis- tinction by means of the controls on the CONNECT, the steering wheel or the remote control. To make it easier getting acquainted with the controls, a table is shown below with the various functions and their respective control buttons.
  • Page 23 Function CONNECT buttons Steering wheel buttons Remote control buttons Long push on button N Long push on button ˙ Actuation of the Long push on SCAN+ button “Scan” function with scanning of the stations in the selected radio band starting from the higher frequency ones Long push on button ¯...
  • Page 24 Function CONNECT buttons Steering wheel buttons Remote control buttons Short pressure of button ¯ Short pressure of button ¯ Search for previous track Short push on SCAN- button while playing a CD Selection of CD in CDC Press buttons 1 to 6 –...

Page 25: Ignition Switch

  • Page 26 To set this mode, refer to the CON- vated automatically (“Autoclose” the battery might even explode. NECT supplement provided with function). Contact a Lancia Dealership. In the car. any case, refer to paragraph “Jump starting”. In an emergency The steering column lock cannot be...

Page 27: The Lancia Code System

  • Page 28 STOP for longer than 30 seconds. If the prob- lem persists, contact your Lancia Dealership. 2) If the symbol stays on, this means that the code has not been recognised.
  • Page 29 B - The mechanical key code to be tem can be set in such a way that – remote door opening/closing; given to the Lancia Dealership when the door opening button is when ordering duplicate keys. pressed, only the driver’s door or all –...
  • Page 30 The code numbers written on the The key (fig. 9) has: – led F (where required) indicating CODE card must be kept in a safe code sending to the electronic alarm – metal insert A that can be place (not in the car). system receiver.
  • Page 31 After activating the dead The metal insert A (fig. 10) of the Take the greatest care lock device it will be when pressing button B key operates: impossible to get out of (fig. 10), to avoid that the – ignition switch; the passenger compartment: for metal insert A can cause injury or this reason this device must be...
  • Page 32 Remote control By pressing button C, also the IMPORTANT The remote control alarm system will be switched off; by operation depends on different fac- The remote control is built into the pressing button D, the alarm system tors, such as possible interference key and has three buttons C, D and E will be switched on and the key led with electromagnetic waves emitted...
  • Page 33 The remote control allows to control the functions that can be modified directly by the user, through the CONNECT set- ting menu, or by the Lancia Dealership. The following table lists the system options and the settings provided when the car is delivered to the customer.
  • Page 34 Functions that can be Requested function Action performed on the Standard settings modified remote control Single short pressure – Electronic alarm of button D (fig. 9) switching on – Door and boot locking – Ceiling lights switching off Subsequent double short –...
  • Page 35 The metal insert of the key allows to control the functions that can be modified directly by the user, by means of the CONNECT setting menu, or by the Lancia Dealership. The following table lists the system options and the settings pro- vided when the car is delivered to the customer.
  • Page 36 ACTUATION LOGIC OF THE BOOT LOCK BY MEANS OF THE REMOTE CONTROL Bound to central Not bound to the central door locking door locking Central door locking system condition Press the boot button Press the remote Press the remote Press the remote control button control button control button...
  • Page 37 ACTUATION LOGIC OF THE BOOT LOCK BY MEANS OF THE METAL INSERT OF THE KEY Bound to the central Not bound to the central door locking door locking Central door locking system condition Operation to open Press the tailgate Turn the key clock- Turn the key clock- Turn the key clock- the boot...
  • Page 38 OPENING THE TAILGATE When tailgate opening is actuated, AUTOMATICALLY ACTUATED the alarm system disconnects the FUNCTIONS The tailgate can be opened from boot sensor and the direction indica- The system automatically controls the outside by pressing the remote tors flash twice (except for the ver- the following functions (settings that control button E (fig.
  • Page 39 KEY BATTERY REPLACEMENT Used batteries pollute To replace the battery: the environment. Dispose If the remote control battery is run – press button B (fig. 11) and of them in the special down, the symbol Y will appear on move the metal insert A to open containers as specified by current the instrument display, together position;...

Page 40: Electronic Alarm

  • Page 41 “ALARM found a fault. Contact a Lancia FAULT”. Dealership. IMPORTANT When operating the central door locking with the metal insert of the key, the alarm is not activated.
  • Page 42 SWITCHING THE ALARM OFF VOLUMETRIC PROTECTION To ensure correct opera- tion of the volumetric pro- To switch the alarm off, press the Do not leave passengers or pets in tection system, before acti- key button A (fig. 14). the parked car and completely close vating the alarm, check that win- the windows and the sunroof to The following actions will be car-...
  • Page 43 IMPORTANT The anti-lifting sen- According to the markets, the FUNCTIONS THAT CAN BE sor shall be deactivated after about 1 alarm can operate the siren and the DEACTIVATED minute from turning the key to direction indicators (for about 25 OR MODIFIED STOP.
  • Page 44 The functions that can be modified MINISTERIAL HOMOLOGATION EASY ENTRY/EXIT through the CONNECT system In the respect of the legislation in SYSTEM menu are: force in each country in the matter – boot lock release by actuating of radio-frequency devices, please Versions provided with electric central door opening (*);...
  • Page 45 RECOGNITION himself so that the car can recognize taneous switching off of the elec- him, allowing him to get into the car tronic alarm SYSTEM (KEYLESS and start the engine without having – button C for remote actuation of to use the key. SYSTEM) central door locking, boot locking In any case, the CID device is...
  • Page 46 The emergency key actuates: The CID device check is carried out To switch off the front passenger’s when the button inside the door airbag and the rear side bags, use – the front door locks handle or on the boot is pressed: if the emergency key included in the –...
  • Page 47 It is advised to always “GARAGE” POSITION IMPORTANT Do not remove the carry about with you the battery from the CID device until (EMERGENCY ACTUATION) CID device, avoiding to when its replacement is possible. During emergency or servicing leave it unguarded inside the Where system is unable to identify operations, the CID device shall be passenger compartment, because...
  • Page 48 For an emergency engine start up KNOB FOR ACTUATING MAR position proceed as follows: INSTRUMENT PANEL This is the running position and AND ENGINE START-UP – Lay the CID device into the emer- corresponds to: instrument panel on gency seat A (fig. 21) and steering column lock off.
  • Page 49 cessive rotation of knob A (fig. 22) Engine stop IMPORTANT User is not authorised to the STOP position, and it will not to move the car if the start-up knob is To switch the engine off, turn the be possible to restart the car until a not turned to the position MAR.
  • Page 50 It is possible to set unlocking of dri- the unlocking with the emergency key “Jump starting”); then, contact a ver’s door only or the contemporary Lancia Dealership to have the bat- F (fig. 19). unlocking of all the doors, by the set- tery recharged.
  • Page 51 LOCKING THE DOOR AND TAILGATE OPENING AUTOCLOSE FUNCTION LEAVING THE CAR (with the (AUTOMATIC LOCKING If the boot shall be opened from identification system disabled) OF DOORS, BOOT, outside, with the doors locked, it is AND FUEL FILLER FLAP) enough to get near the boot with the To lock doors when system func- CID device and press the boot but- tions are disabled, proceed as fol-...
  • Page 52 – If there is a fault in the identifi- The Autoclose function can be CENTRAL LOCKING/OPENING cation system (Keyless System). influenced by the presence of elec- OF WINDOWS AND SUNROOF tromagnetic noises; in these cases – If the CID device battery is flat. When central door locking is lock the doors with the remote con- switched on/off, also the central...
  • Page 53 CID device (e.g. into a pocket). whereas the other doors remain IMPORTANT In case of fault, con- locked, thus preventing un-autho- tact your Lancia Dealership. rized persons from getting into the car. In this case, the led on the dri- Before and during auto- ver’s door panel lights up (green...
  • Page 54 Dispose this is required. reason, your Lancia of them in the special Dealership, bringing with you all containers as specified by current the keys and CID devices in your legislation. Keep batteries away...
  • Page 55 To replace the battery: IMPORTANT Although the pres- DOORS ence of electromagnetic waves is not – remove the small cover A (fig. 26) harmful to the CID device, it can nev- by levering at point B ertheless influence battery life cycle. –...
  • Page 56 To unlock, turn the key clockwise The car is fitted with power locks In an emergency (flat battery or 1; to lock, turn the key counter- that control the mechanical parts at electric system failure), doors can be clockwise 2. door opening.
  • Page 57 The front door leds are also used as In this case, the driver’s door led Deadlock device deterrent leds for the alarm system; comes on with green light, whereas The deadlock device enables to dis- as a consequence, they will flash the leds on the other doors will connect mechanically the internal when the alarm system is on or the...
  • Page 58 With dead lock OPENING/CLOSING FROM A led is located near each door device on, pressing the handle to make it easy to find the THE INSIDE external handle button of handle in the dark. The leds light up To open the door even when the one of the doors while unlocking for about 2 minutes after turning the lock is locked, pull handle A (fig.
  • Page 59 Disabling rear door CHILD LOCK IMPORTANT After engaging the lock, check by trying to open a rear locking/unlocking controls To prevent opening the rear doors door with the internal handle. from the inside. To disable rear door locking/un- locking controls, press the driver's Engage by inserting the tip of the ig- door button A (fig.
  • Page 60 AUTOCLOSE FUNCTION LOCK RELEASE IN CASE OF In any case, door open- from outside (AUTOMATIC LOCKING ACCIDENT depends on the door con- WITH KEYLESS SYSTEM In case of collision with actuation ditions after collision: RECOGNITION SYSTEM) of the inertia switch, the door locks deformed doors cannot very often are automatically released to allows On versions equipped with Keyless...

Page 61: Front Seats

  • Page 62 fig. 41 - Electrically adjustable Seat position adjustment - Head restraint position adjust- seats, position memorization and control A (fig. 42) ment - control B (fig. 43) heating 7 - Head restraint raising 1 - Front raising A - Height and back and forth 8 - Head restraint lowering.
  • Page 63 Control C (fig. 40) STORING THE DRIVER’S SEAT Adjust the position of the seat, head restraint, external rear view POSITIONS (fig. 46) 5 - Lumbar support increase mirrors and steering wheel by means The system allows to store and of the relevant controls, then press 6 - Lumbar support decrease recall three different driver’s seat for about 3 seconds any of buttons...
  • Page 64 Stored position are recalled only if If the engine is started during the To store the position proceed as the required position is different recalling stage, seat moving will be follows: from the current one and is not pos- stopped; once this stage is over the –...
  • Page 65 Recalling the “parking” position IMPORTANT The “parking” posi- COMFORT SEATS (fig. 47) tion memorisation and recall can of the external rear view mirror Button A on front Comfort Seats only be performed with ignition key on passenger side enables to actuate the respective con- at MAR.
  • Page 66 HEAD RESTRAINTS (fig. 48) Remember that the head ARMREST (fig. 49) restraints should Where provided, front head The armrest A can be adjusted up adjusted to support the restraints can be adjusted electrical- or down to three different positions. back of your head and not your ly, so as to adapt to the driver’s To lift the armrest, pull it from neck.

Page 67: Rear Seats

  • Page 68 ARMREST – button for opening/closing the HEATING (fig. 55) electric sunshade Lower the armrest to the position To switch side seat heating on, turn shown for use by pulling the lever A – current socket knob A (left-hand seat) or B (right- (fig.
  • Page 69 COMFORT SEATS – for approx. 3 minutes with key F – Electric sunshade control but- removed or turned to STOP and ton. Side Comfort seats are fitted with with door open. independent control buttons for IMPORTANT To allow system heating, lumbar adjustment, mas- Armrest compartment control but- automatic configuration, press the sage and adjusting function;...
  • Page 70 The adaptive function makes it Left-hand seat adjustment Left-hand seat heating possible to adapt the seat back to the (fig. 57) Button D (fig. 56) passenger thus improving comfort 7 – Lumbar support increase To switch seat heating on, turn and back support.

Page 71: Steering Wheel

Page 72: rearview mirrors.

  • Page 73 Press switch A (fig. 62) to adjust If the mirrors make it Automatic rearview mirror the mirror in the four directions difficult to get through realignment (fig. 63). After adjusting, turn switch narrow gaps and in auto- Rearview mirror position is stored, A back to position 0 to prevent mov- matic car washes, fold them from together with the steering wheel...

Page 74: Electric Windows

  • Page 75 CONTROLS Front windows C – Rear left window opening/clos- ing, “continuous automatic” opera- Electric windows work with igni- Press buttons A or B to open/close tion just during window opening tion key at MAR. the required window (driver or pas- senger side).
  • Page 76 Pressing briefly the button the win- MANUAL AND AUTOMATIC CENTRALISED WINDOW AND dow “jerks”, whereas a prolonged OPERATION SUNROOF OPENING/CLOSING pressing makes the window opening SYSTEM Front and rear window winders or closing in “automatic and continu- can be operated both automatically Centralised window and sunroof ous”...

Page 77: Seat Belts

  • Page 78 When the car is parked on a steep When the rear seats are not occu- ADJUSTING THE HEIGHT OF slope the reel mechanism may block; pied, use the spaces provided in the THE FRONT SEAT BELTS this is normal. The reel mechanism cushion to stow the belt buckles (fig.
  • Page 79 The preten- sioners should be replaced at a A small amount of smoke may be Lancia Dealership as this date produced. This smoke is in no way approaches. toxic and presents no fire hazard.
  • Page 80 (fig. 73). Do not use starting. face or low obstacles such as any objects (pegs, stoppers, etc.) kerbs, etc. Contact a Lancia to keep the belts away from the Dealership for any assistance. body. For maximum safety,...
  • Page 81 Always impediments. contact a Lancia Dealership. 2) After a serious accident, replace If the belt has been subjected to the belt being worn at that time, heavy stress, for example after an even if it does not appear damaged.
  • Page 82 CARRYING SERIOUS DANGER For optimal protection in the event Should it be ab- of a crash, all passengers must be CHILDREN solutely necessary seated wearing adequate to carry a baby on the front pas- restraint systems. SAFELY senger seat with a child's seat with This is especially relevant for chil- the cradle facing backwards, de- dren.
  • Page 83 (fig. 77). Group 1 weight 9-18 kg We recommend using Lineaccessori Lancia child restraint systems for Group 2 weight 15-25 kg each weight group. These systems Group 3 weight 22-36 kg were specifically designed and tested for Lancia cars.
  • Page 84 GROUP 1 There are child restraint GROUP 2 for groups 0 and 1 which Children from 9 to 18 kg are to be Children from 15 to 25 kg can be are fastened with the car seated facing forward in child seats secured directly with the car seat seat belts by means of an attach- with front cushion.
  • Page 85 European Standard ECE-R44 for the specified “Groups” B = Built-in restraint system approved for this range of weight (integral child’s seat opt.) L = Suitable for certain child’s restraint systems available at Lineaccessori Lancia for the specified group fig. 80...
  • Page 86 Below is a summary of the rules 4) Always check the seat belt is PRESETTING FOR MOUNTING of safety to be followed for carry- well fastened by pulling the web- THE “ISOFIX TYPE” CHILD ing children: bing. RESTRAINT SYSTEM 1) Child restraint system should be 5) Only one child is to be strapped THESIS is preset for mounting the fitted on the rear seat as this is the...
  • Page 87 Only use Isofix type child restraint Mount child Mounting the ISOFIX TYPE systems specifically designed, tested restraint system only with child restraint system and approved for this car. the car stationary. The Groups 0 and 0+ Isofix child restraint system is properly anchored to the mount- For children included in this ing brackets when clicks are...
  • Page 88 For proper mounting, proceed as – identify the brackets A (fig. 83) Group 1 follows: and mount the child restraint system When the child grows up and with the retainers C (fig. 83) aligned – remove the upper tether on the reaches the next weight group to the brackets;...
  • Page 89 For proper mounting, proceed as FRONT AND SIDE It consists of an instantly inflatable follows: bag housed in a special compart- AIRBAGS ment located: – remove the upper tether on the back of the child's restraint system; – in the centre of the steering wheel The car is equipped with front on the driver’s side A (fig.
  • Page 90 The front airbag (driver and pas- The cushion immediately inflates, Front air bags are designed to pro- senger) has been designed to protect placing itself as a soft protective bar- tect car’s passengers in front/angled the occupants in the event of head- rier between the body of the front crashes and therefore non-activation on/angled collision of medium-high...
  • Page 91 MANUALLY DEACTIVATING PASSENGER’S FRONT AIRBAG SEVERE DANGER: THE PASSENGER’S FRONT passenger’s airbag AIRBAG equipped with designed and calibrated to protect a front passenger’s airbag, do not The passenger’s front airbag can be person wearing seat belts. place the child restraint seat on deactivated if it is absolutely neces- the front seat.
  • Page 92 Only turn the switch 2) Passenger’s front airbag deacti- IMPORTANT To receive the best vated (position OFF F): instru- when the engine is not system protection in the event of an ment panel warning light F on. A running and the ignition accident, you have to seat in proper key is removed.
  • Page 93 SIDE AIRBAGS – the window bags, which are “cur- In the event of side collisions at low tain” cushions located behind the speed, the restraining action of the (SIDE BAG - WINDOW BAG) side coverings of the roof and cov- seat belts is sufficient and the airbag Purpose of the side airbags is to ered by proper finishings such to...
  • Page 94 Stop the car and IMPORTANT When the airbag is contact Lancia Dealership to have fired it emits a small amount of the system checked immediately. powder and smoke. This is not...
  • Page 95 THE REAR SIDE BAGS 1) Passenger’s front airbag active airbag system must exclusively be (where provided) (position ON Õ ): instrument panel carried out at a Lancia Dealership. À warning light off. Do not carry Side bags, protecting the chest of If you are having the car scrapped, children on the front seat.
  • Page 96 Stop the car and in a collision. the car is stationary if it is hit by contact Lancia Dealership to have another vehicle travelling at suit- the system checked immediately. able speed. As a consequence, never sit children in the front seat, even if the car is not moving.
  • Page 97 When the ignition key is The airbag is set to be The airbag does not turned to MAR (passenger fired in the event of colli- replace seat belts but front airbag and rear side sions which are greater rather increases their bag deactivation switch at ON), than the pretensioner settings.
  • Page 98 LIGHT SWITCH LIGHT SWITCH (fig. 94) Dipped beam headlights It has 5 positions: These lights come on when you AND STEERING turn ring A to 2. 0 - outside lights off COLUMN STALKS 6 - side/taillights Parking lights The devices and services controlled 2 - dipped beam headlights With ignition key at STOP or by light switch and steering column...
  • Page 99 Automatic switching on/off With automatic switching on acti- IMPORTANT When switching on vated and switching off control the headlights automatically, it is When ring A is turned to AUTO given by the sensor, main beam possible to switch on the front and and the ignition key is at MAR, headlights go off followed after rear fog lights.
  • Page 100 At each operation of the tact a Lancia Dealership as soon as for evaluating light intensity in run- stalk, the staying on of the lights is ning direction in order to recognize possible.
  • Page 101 After activating the device, the set LEFT-HAND STALK If main beam headlights time can be extended also within 2 are on (left stalk for- The left-hand stalk controls the minutes from when the engine is wards), they will turn on external lights and the direction turned off by pulling the stalk.
  • Page 102 IMPORTANT This operation will RIGHT-HAND STALK 4 - Fast temporary (unstable posi- flash the main beam headlights. tion): when releasing the stalk it The right-hand stalk controls all Follow the Highway Code to prevent returns to 0 stopping the windscreen the washer/wiper controls.
  • Page 103 The wiper stops working a few IMPORTANT Under certain con- The rain sensor is automatically strokes after releasing the stalk; a ditions, when headlight washers are switched on when the stalk is taken further “cleaning stroke”, after a on, the climate control system acti- to position 1 (fig.
  • Page 104 Turning the knurled ring A (fig. Operating the windscreen washer When the rain sensor is again acti- 100) it is possible to increase the with the rain sensor activated (stalk vated in this way, at least one wind- sensitivity of the rain sensor, obtain- at position 1) the normal washing screen wiper stroke occurs, even if ing a quicker change from stationary...
  • Page 105 – straks of water caused by worn vate continuous wiping (1 wiper blades speed); contact a Lancia Dealership as soon as possible. – difference between day and night(the human eye is more dis- turbed at night by the wet surface of the glass).

Page 106: Instrument Panel

  • Page 107 JTD VERSIONS (fig. 102) fig. 102 L0A0231b A - Engine coolant temperature C - Multifunction display for sym- F - Flash consumption gauge gauge with overheating warning bols/messages/failure indications G - Warning lights light and CONNECT info repetition H - Kilometre counter (and trip B - Speedometer D - Engine rev.
  • Page 108 INSTRUMENTS REV COUNTER (fig. 104) IMPORTANT The hazard sectors can present different widths and dif- If the needle is in the hazard sector ferent full scale values according to (the section with red lines) it shows the various car versions. that the engine is over-revving.
  • Page 109 It starts stop the engine immediately and approximately 10 litres of fuel in the signalling the temperature when this contact a Lancia Dealership. tank. reaches approximately 50 °C. IMPORTANT The needle may The needle should usually be on...
  • Page 110 IMPORTANT Refuelling shall FLASH CONSUMPTION GAUGE The gauge needle has the following always be performed with engine off position: (fig. 107) and ignition key to STOP. If the – value 0 l/100 km with car sta- Gauge A shows the flash consump- engine is off but the key is to MAR, tionary tion: to prevent excessively variable...
  • Page 111 KILOMETRE COUNTER (AND Press button A (fig. 109) for at MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAY least two seconds to reset the trip TRIP METER) AND AUTOMATIC (fig. 110) meter. GEARBOX The multifunction display shows When pressing the button for less all the useful information necessary The following information is shown than two seconds, failure message when driving, more particularly:...
  • Page 112 Car conditions CONNECT information Driver’s aiding system information Information managed by CONNECT: – Scheduled servicing – Cruise Control info – AUDIO function info – Engine oil level (JTD versions – Radar Cruise Control info – NAVIGATOR info (symbol repe- only) tition) The language used for indicating –...
  • Page 113 START-UP CHECKS When turning the ignition key to MAR to start the engine, the system starts monitoring the main car sys- tems, the engine oil level (JTD ver- sions only) and indicates the next Scheduled Servicing. Check stage Message Meaning of the message Remarks Warning light/symbol –...
  • Page 114 Use the dipstick to check that OIL LEVEL could exceed the oil level is not exceeding the maximum the MAX reference line If oil level is exceed- ing the MAX refer- ence line contact a Lancia Dealership as soon as possible...
  • Page 115 EXPIRED: 0 km perform the Scheduled programmed Scheduled Service Service operation operation Contact a Lancia Dealership as soon SCHEDULED Indicates that one year has as possible to carry out the pro- SERVICE past since last Scheduled...
  • Page 116 INSTRUMENT GENERAL NOTES Failure indications displayed on the multifunction display are divid- Failure indications shown on the PANEL WARNING ed into two categories: very serious multifunction display together with failures and serious failures. The LIGHTS AND buzzer sounding and warning light message and the warning indication (if any), are accompanied by spe- MESSAGES...
  • Page 117 The message and the warning indi- LEFT DIRECTION SIDE/TAILLIGHTS Ÿ cation corresponding to serious fail- INDICATOR The warning light comes ures are displayed alternately for on when side/taillights or The warning light comes few seconds. This “cycle” is repeat- parking lights are on. on when left direction indicators are ed for about 20 seconds and then on and, together with right direction...
  • Page 118 The warning light goes off if the number of cases, they could trig- fault disappears but it is however ger accidentally. Stop the car and stored by the system. contact Lancia Dealership to have the system checked immediately.
  • Page 119 In these conditions it is possible to continue driving without however requiring heavy effort or high speed from the engine. In any case, contact a Lancia Dealership as soon as If, turning the ignition key to MAR, the U warn- possible.
  • Page 120 ABS system. It is however recommended to con- tact a Lancia Dealership as soon as possible. In this case heavy brak- In the event of instrument panel ing may cause the rear...
  • Page 121 In the event of instrument panel ment panel display, contact warning light failure, the warning immediately Lancia light on the multifunction display Dealership. comes on together with message “ESP INDICATOR FAULT”: con- tact a Lancia Dealership as soon as possible.
  • Page 122 MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAY Screen A (failure message) and B (warning message) (fig. 111) are an WARNING LIGHTS AND example of the indications displayed MESSAGES alternately. The following pages give a list of monitored car systems or parame- ters and the corresponding symbols, failure and warning messages that could be shown on the multifunction display.
  • Page 123 Instrument dimmer Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Remarks – DIMMER Indicates the set lighting INSTRUMENT level (for instrument panel, display and buttons) Steering wheel lock Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Remarks STEERING LOCKED WHEN Steering will be locked when –...
  • Page 124 Doors Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action DOOR OPEN The door indicated by the symbol Close the door indicated is not closed correctly DOORS OPEN The doors indicated by the sym- Close the doors indicated bol are not closed correctly...
  • Page 125 Window anti-trap safety system Message Meaning of the message Action Warning light/symbol WINDOW ANTI-TRAP Front left-hand window Contact a Lancia SYSTEM FAULT anti-trap system sensor Dealership FRONT LEFT fault GO TO DEALER WINDOW ANTI-TRAP Front right-hand window...
  • Page 126 Lancia CODE, Keyless System (CID device) and alarm system Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action ALARM FAULT Alarm system Contact a Lancia GO TO DEALER failure Dealership THEFT Theft has been See paragraph “Electronic ATTEMPTED attempted alarm” VEHICLE PROTECTION...
  • Page 127 When outside temperature is high symbol displaying can be unper- ceivable è PLUG PREHEATING Plug preheating system Contact a Lancia FAULT fault Dealership GO TO DEALER Fuel level Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message...
  • Page 128 SWITCH OFF ENGINE, sioners could not trigger in the event of DO NOT PROCEED collision or, in a restricted number of cases, they could trigger accidentally. Stop the car and contact Lancia Deal- ership to have the system checked im- mediately.
  • Page 129 System setting in progress – UNAVAILABLE ABS SYSTEM FAULT ABS system failure: Contact a Lancia Dealership GO TO DEALER in this case the braking system keeps its effectiveness, but without the potential offered by the ABS system. Drive with the...
  • Page 130 Meaning of the message x > EBD SYSTEM FAULT EBD system failure Stop the car and contact a SWITCH OFF ENGINE, Lancia Dealership DO NOT PROCEED The car is fitted with an electronic brakeforce distributor (EBD). The turning on at the same time of >...
  • Page 131 Message Meaning of the message Action EPB FAULT Electric parking brake Contact a GO TO DEALER failure Lancia Dealership EPB INDICATOR FAULT Electric parking brake Contact a GO TO DEALER warning light failure Lancia Dealership EOBD (engine control system) Message...
  • Page 132 Car speed Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action SPEED LIMIT Car speed is exceeding Reduce car speed EXCEEDED the limit set on the CONNECT SLOW DOWN Cruise Control Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Remarks Ü CRUISE CONTROL The Cruise Control (constant speed adjusting device) is activated...
  • Page 133 à RADAR CRUISE CONTROL Radar Cruise Control Contact a FAULT failure Lancia Dealership GO TO DEALER à RCC FAULT DIRTY LENS System failure is due to radar Contact a GO TO DEALER sensor “blindness”...
  • Page 134 (COMFORTRONIC) failure DEALER SLOWLY AUTOMATIC TRANSMIS- Electronic automatic Turn the engine off and contact SION OIL TEMP. HIGH transmission (COMFORTRONIC) a Lancia Dealership SWITCH OFF ENGINE, DO NOT PROCEED is too hot Power steering (VARIOSTEER) Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message...
  • Page 135 Headlamp inclination adjustment system Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action HEADLAMP INCLINATION Headlamp inclination Contact a Lancia ADJUSTMENT adjustment system Dealership SYSTEM failure FAULT GO TO DEALER Brake fluid level Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action...
  • Page 136 Engine oil pressure SENSOR FAULT sensor failure GO TO DEALER Low battery charge Message Meaning of the message Action Warning light/symbol ALTERNATOR FAULT Current generator Drive slowly to a Lancia GO TO failure resulting in Dealership DEALER SLOWLY poor car battery charge...
  • Page 137 Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action WORN BRAKE PADS Brake pads are worn Contact a Lancia GO TO DEALER Dealership IMPORTANT Since the car is fit- ted with wear sensors for the front brake pads, when changing them,...
  • Page 138 “Car maintenance” Side/taillights Message Meaning of the message Action Warning light/symbol SIDE LIGHT FAULT Front left-hand side light Contact a Lancia FRONT LEFT doesn’t turn on Dealership GO TO DEALER SIDE LIGHT FAULT Front right-hand side light Contact a Lancia FRONT RIGHT doesn’t turn on...
  • Page 139 Direction indicators Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action INDICATOR LIGHT FAULT Front left-hand direction Contact a Lancia FRONT LEFT indicator doesn’t turn on Dealership GO TO DEALER INDICATOR LIGHT FAULT Front right-hand direction indica- Contact a Lancia FRONT RIGHT tor doesn’t turn on...
  • Page 140 Number plate light Message Meaning of the message Action Warning light/symbol NUMBER PLATE LIGHT One or both number plate lights Contact a Lancia FAULT GO TO DEALER don’t turn on Dealership Inertia switch (Fuel cut-off switch) Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message...
  • Page 141 Lancia SENSOR FAULT failure Dealership as soon as possible GO TO DEALER Parking sensors Warning light/symbol Message Meaning of the message Action PARKING SENSOR One or more parking sensor Contact a Lancia FAULT failure Dealership GO TO DEALER...
  • Page 142 Twilight sensor Message Meaning of the message Action Warning light/symbol TWILIGHT SENSOR The twilight sensor, for switching Contact a Lancia FAULT on/off automatically the external Dealership GO TO DEALER lights is faulty Engine oil level sensor (JTD versions) Message Meaning of the message...

Page 143: Climate Control System

  • Page 144 1 - Windscreen defrosting/demist- The climate control system can be The air is let into the passenger ing vents operated in one of the following compartment through a set of vents ways: on the dashboard, on the front door 2 - Front side windows defrost- panels, on the rear central tunnel, on ing/demisting vents –...
  • Page 145 DIRECTIONAL AND The amount of air is adjusted with Fixed vents C (fig. 114) for control B: demisting or defrosting the front ADJUSTABLE VENTS O = all open side windows are located at the (fig. 113-114-115-116-117) dashboard ends. ç = all closed. The vents can be turned upwards or downwards and towards the left and the right with control A...
  • Page 146 AIR VENTS Air vents (open) are actually used IMPORTANT When the outside only when the control for directing temperature is very high (over 30°C), The car is fitted with three air air flow on the instrument panel is to reach the selected temperature as vents set on the dashboard: two operated.

Page 147: Control System

  • Page 148 IMPORTANT During air distribu- The following parameters and At each turning off, the system tion automatic management, all the functions can be adjusted manually: after storing control and function air distribution button leds are off. conditions, sets up the open recircu- –...
  • Page 149 INITIALISING THE AIR FRONT CONTROL PANEL (fig. 121) CONDITIONING CONTROL UNIT Whenever the battery is electrically connected again or it is reloaded after being completely flat or after replacing one of the protection fuses, to restore the correct operation of the air conditioning, of the door locking and of the ESP system.
  • Page 150 1 - Button for automatic system 8 - Inside temperature adjustment 15 - Button for turning on/off fast selection (driver side) knob (front passenger side) defrosting/demisting of windscreen, front side windows, rear window, 2 - Inside temperature adjustment 9 - Button for automatic system external rearview mirrors and wind- knob (driver side) selection (front passenger side)
  • Page 151 BACK CONTROL PANEL 4 - System status display (AUTO, 8 - Button for fan speed increase FULL AUTO) (fig. 122) 9 - Button for air distribution 5 - Button for automatic system through front back vents 1 - Inside temperature adjustment selection (back-seat passengers) knob (back-seat passengers) 2 - Display for set inside tempera-...
  • Page 152 HOW TO USE THE CLIMATE When the system is working auto- The temperature, air distribution matically, the only possible manual and fan speed settings can be CONTROL SYSTEM functions are: changed at any time during auto- The system can be switched on in matic system operation.
  • Page 153 CONTROLS The set temperatures are shown on – HI function (maximum heating): the displays set near the respective this is switched on by turning the Knobs for adjusting air tempera- knobs. temperature knob to the right ture (2, 8 fig. 121 - 1 fig. 122) beyond the maximum value (32 °C).
  • Page 154 To switch this function off, turn Buttons for adjusting front air flow shared between the temperature knob to the left and footwell vents (warmer air) distribution (10, 18 fig. 121) set the required temperature. and central and side dashboard Press these buttons to manually vents and the rear vents (cooler air).
  • Page 155 When a combined function is set, if Buttons for adjusting rear air When a combined function is set, if a button is pressed the main func- a button is pressed the main func- distribution (6, 9 fig. 122) tion of the button pressed is activat- tion of the button pressed is activat- When the back control panel is ed, together with those already set.
  • Page 156 Buttons for adjusting fan speed When the fan minimum speed is AUTO buttons set up (one bar on), by keeping (13, 14 fig. 121 – 7, 8 fig. 122) (automatic operation) pressed for at least two seconds but- (1, 9 fig. 121 - 5 fig. 122) Press respectively front control ton 14 (fig.
  • Page 157 Should the system, as a result of MONO button REAR button (rear control panel manual settings, no longer be able to (set temperature and air distrib- activation) (11 fig. 121) assure the selected temperature in ution alignment) (16 fig. 121) Press the REAR button to switch the various passenger compartment the rear control panel on and to cut...
  • Page 158 The climate control system can be – forced deactivation off (recircula- In addition, if the compressor is on deactivated also by the rear control tion always off, air taken from the and the outside temperature is over panel, when operating: press repeat- outside), both leds on the button will 5 °C, to prevent air polluted by edly or keep pressed button 7 (fig.
  • Page 159 IMPORTANT The air recircula- Climate control system IMPORTANT Air at a temperature tion function will allow, according to lower than that of the outside air compressor off button (7 fig. 121) the system operation (i.e. heating or cannot be let in to the passenger Press the √...
  • Page 160 The air let into the passenger com- Button for fast windscreen The fast windscreen demisting/ partment cannot be cooled when the defrosting function stays on for demisting/defrosting (15 fig. 121) compressor is off. Consequently: approx. 3 minutes after the engine Press this button: the climate con- coolant temperature exceeds 50 °C trol system will automatically switch...
  • Page 161 Button for demisting/defrosting OFF button (system off) IMPORTANT The windows may mist up fast when the climate con- the heated rear window and The switch the climate control sys- trol system is off and in certain envi- external rearview mirrors tem off, keep pressed for at least two ronmental conditions.
  • Page 162 Have the filter checked at least the fan, disengage air vents and set supplying a maximum power of 24 once year Lancia air distribution from central dash- W to supply the climate control sys- Dealership, ideally at the begin- board vents only before leaving the tem fan when the car is parked with ning of the summer.

Page 163: Supplementary Heater

  • Page 164 – when the engine is running the 4 - In the following 50 seconds the IMPORTANT Although in a lesser system works only in “supplemen- control unit makes the fan reach quantity the heater burns fuel as the tary heater” mode. nearly its highest speed.
  • Page 165 This function can be activated with – ignition key at MAR “Operate now” the CONNECT (from the main – partial battery rundown The option “Operate now” enables SETUP screen) or with the remote to warm the passenger compartment control. – fuel in reserve with the engine stopped and warm The system works with this mode on –...
  • Page 166 The “parked-car heater” mode is During heater operation, messages IMPORTANT For safety reasons, automatically deactivated when one referred to the following conditions the timer must be programmed/con- of the following conditions takes are shown on CONNECT display: firmed at any activation and con- place: firmed not later than 24 hours since –...
  • Page 167 – stationary: with the “programma- – if the fuel level in the tank is low HEATER ACTIVATION/ ble heater” mode controlled by the when the timer is activated. This con- DEACTIVATION WITH THE timer, the system conditions are con- dition is indicated with a message REMOTE CONTROL (fig.
  • Page 168 This control is accepted by CON- – the led flashes for about 2 seconds Default activation length is 30 min- NECT only if: = the signal has not been received. utes but it can be changed through the following procedure: –...
  • Page 169 Number of flashes of led B Heater activation length Checking and replacing the batteries 10 minutes To check the battery charge, press 20 minutes ON or OFF: if after about 5 seconds led B comes on with orange colour it 30 minutes means that the batteries are nearly 40 minutes...
  • Page 170 The batteries must be replaced with OPERATION – coolant temperature lower than 30 new ones of the same type, available °C WITH ENGINE RUNNING at the usual sellers. – the climate control unit detects “Supplementary heater” mode To replace batteries: (according to sensor detected temper- atures) that fast passenger compart- This operating mode integrates the...
  • Page 171 CONTROLS TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Maximum heat power about 5 kW HAZARD LIGHTS (fig. 124) Reduced heat power about 2,5 kW These come on when switch A is pressed, regardless of the position of Rated voltage 12 V the ignition key. Operating current 45W to 13.5V;...
  • Page 172 FRONT FOG LIGHTS (fig. 125) Press again button A to switch the The rear fog lights will automatically lights off. be switched off when the engine is (where provided) stopped or when switching off the IMPORTANT The use of front fog Press button A to switch the fog dipped beam headlights or the front lights 5 on (when the outside lights...
  • Page 173 INSTRUMENT HEATED REAR WINDOW FUEL CUT-OFF SWITCH AND DIMMER (fig. 127) (fig. 128) CIRCUIT BREAKER Turn ring A upwards or downwards Press button A to switch the heated The car is fitted with two safety when the outside lights are on to re- rear window on/off.
  • Page 174 If, after an accident, you Mechanical connections Anyway, door opening can smell petrol or see of outside handles are from the outside depends that the fuel feed system is active only if the doors on their conditions after leaking, do not reset the switches are locked.
  • Page 175 Lift cover A set at the driver's left Circuit breaker is located on the left Initialising the control units of and press button B to reset the fuel side of the boot, inside a box directly the door locks, air conditioner cut-off switch.

Page 176: Electric Parking Brake

  • Page 177 Automatic engagement In order to guarantee the IMPORTANT In certain cases, e.g. automatic operation of the the car is approaching an obstacle, it The parking brake is automatically handbrake, cut off the en- could be necessary to disengage the engaged whenever the engine is gine or open the driver’s side door parking brake manually without turned off and afterwards it cannot...
  • Page 178 “Automatic parking brake” function IMPORTANT If, after the parking Proceed as follows: release the and the press “OK”. Deactivation of brake has been disengaged, the car accelerator pedal, press and keep automatic operation can be achieved starts moving at a speed higher than button A (fig.
  • Page 179 Lancia Dealership because the is necessary to push manually the ing light on the multifunction display parking brake might not work.

Page 180: Manual Gearbox

  • Page 181 ELECTRONIC STARTING THE ENGINE MOVING OFF The engine can be started only with After starting the engine at idle and AUTOMATIC the selector to P or N (fig. 137). while keeping the brake pedal GEARBOX pressed (Shift-lock safety), shift the For safety reasons, it is advisable to gear lever to D, or to the manual (COMFORTRONIC)
  • Page 182 Do not tax the engine The ignition key can be extracted IMPORTANT In case of emer- until it has not reached from the ignition switch only when gency (failures, flat battery, etc.), it operating temperature. the gear lever is at P (Key-lock safe- is possible to remove the ignition key ty) and the ignition key is at STOP.
  • Page 183 SELECTING THE AUTOMATIC/ AUTOMATIC OPERATION P - Parking MANUAL SEQUENTIAL To activate automatic operation, When parking the car shift the gear OPERATION move the lever to the right sector lever to this position. A gearbox (fig. 137) to one of the following device will block the driving wheels.
  • Page 184 Before leaving the car, R - Reverse N - Neutral check that the electric Shift the lever to R with the car This is the position to be used when parking brake (EPB) is stationary, the engine running idle the car must be pushed or towed. on.
  • Page 185 If the accelerator pedal is pressed Likely, during sudden braking, the The gear electronic control unit is rapidly, the gearbox selects the sporty lower gear is engaged to exploit the able to recognize hills as a result of driving programme to meet the re- engine braking action at best.
  • Page 186 formance is requested in terms of Winter programme Kick down acceleration and maximum speed, When starting to drive with a When maximum acceleration is this gear is almost never selected. reduced road grip (snow-covered, required (e.g. during overtaking), if The electronic automatic gearbox icy road, etc.), the shift control unit the accelerator is rapidly and fully is fitted with a device reducing...
  • Page 187 MANUAL SEQUENTIAL IMPORTANT If gear shift gener- If the lever is brought back to D the ates a runaway speed rate, such gear gearbox immediately starts to work OPERATION is cancelled by the electronic control automatically and will be engaged To use the manual sequential oper- unit and the driver is warned by a according to the type of driving...
  • Page 188 If this message is displayed during perature high the car immediately to a driving, it means that there is a fail- Lancia Dealership to have the ure in the automatic gearbox. In this This message is displayed when the failure eliminated.
  • Page 189 Even in this case, go to a – for about 15 seconds when the the engine with the appropriate Lancia Dealership to have the driver’s door is opened while the emergency battery according to the automatic gearbox checked.
  • Page 190 TOWING THE CAR Before starting towing, ESP AND ASR disengage the parking SYSTEMS IMPORTANT To tow the car brake as described in the relevant paragraph and leave the observe local current laws and fol- low the instructions contained in Keyless System CID (if any) in the ESP SYSTEM (ELECTRONIC passenger’s compartment to pre- chapter “In an emergency”.
  • Page 191 If the sensors detect the conditions ESP SYSTEM OPERATION The ESP core is a sensor, of aero- which might cause car skidding, the nautic origin, detecting the car rota- ESP is automatically started when ESP system affects the engine and tions around its vertical axis.
  • Page 192 stantly changed and controlled in ASR FUNCTION (ANTISLIP The action of the ASR function is the attempt to keep the driver’s particularly useful in the following REGULATION) direction. conditions: General The ESP system considerably – internal wheel slipping when cor- increases the car safety in several nering due to load dynamic varia- The ASR function is part of the...
  • Page 193 ASR function: in these instrument panel, to inform the dri- Lancia Dealership as soon as pos- conditions driving wheel slipping at ver that the car is in critical stability sible.
  • Page 194 The following table summarizes warning light indications according to the different operating conditions. System condition Operating or failure conditions ASR button warning light ESP warning light on instrument panel Engine start up Warning light check On for about 3 seconds On for about 4 seconds (key turned to MAR) Driving in...

Page 195: Cruise Control

  • Page 196 Turn ring B to position (+) to set Storing the speed Resetting the stored speed the speed reached or to increase the Move switch A to ON and take the To reset the stored speed after stored speed. car to the required speed normally. switching the device off, e.g.
  • Page 197 Deleting the stored speed The cruise control can be switched on at speeds – by momentarily turning ring B to The stored speed is automatically higher than 30 km/h (40 (+): each turn of the ring will corre- deleted when: to 180 km/h for 2.4 JTD 20V CAE spond to a small speed increase –...
  • Page 198 RADAR CRUISE The system is electronically con- Radar Cruise trolled, self-contained and, there- Control is not an anti-col- CONTROL (RCC) fore, does not require communica- lision device: it cannot tion with other vehicles or the pres- detect the presence of obstacles (where provided) ence of similar systems on the other on the road or stop the car in case...
  • Page 199 IMPORTANT The system can only max. speed limit controlled by the CONTROLS (fig. 144) be switched on when the car speed system is exceeded. The Radar Cruise Control is oper- ranges from 30 to 160 km/h and is ated by three controls, as well as by automatically switched off by press- the accelerator (to increase speed) ing the brake pedal.
  • Page 200 Ring A has four positions: When the system is on, that is, ring Every time ring B is turned, the A is in any position other than OFF, speed is increased or decreased by OFF: system off symbol ú lights up on the multi- about 1 km/h.
  • Page 201 Storing the speed Resetting the stored speed Reducing the stored speed Move ring A to any position other If the system has been switched off The stored speed can be decreased than OFF and take the car to the by pressing the brake pedal, the in two ways: required speed.
  • Page 202 Deleting the stored speed The maximum decelera- Detecting a vehicle with the tion performed by the sys- system active but not switched on The stored speed is automatically tem automatically is lim- deleted when: When the system is active (ring A ited compared to the actual brak- set to any position other than OFF), –...
  • Page 203 Detecting a vehicle with the icon (if any) indicating the vehicle de- tected on the traffic lane will, on the system switched on contrary, remain visible. When the system is switched on by turning ring B to (+),any vehicle run- ning in front of the car (within 130 metres) and along the running path set distance...
  • Page 204 multifunction display) warn the dri- Therefore, the Radar Cruise Control If the vehicle picked by the car fit- ver and invite him to resume speed does not ensure control when you are ted with Radar Cruise Control leaves control. driving in a queue; the driver must the radar sensor detection range, the therefore halt the car and start it off system could no longer be able to de-...
  • Page 205 If a vehicle enters the same running When cornering (average-sharp At a slip-road (fig. 151-152), if fol- path as that of the car fitted with curve), any vehicle picked by the lowing a vehicle running at a speed Radar Cruise Control and sets too Radar Cruise Control could get out of lower than that set on the car fitted close to it (fig.
  • Page 206 When reaching a steep cat's back The Radar Cruise Control FAULT INDICATION (fig. 153), the picked vehicle could features proper strategies System anomalies are signalled by get out of the radar detection range to keep adequate comfort the lighting of symbol à on the mul- (thus missing "picking").
  • Page 207 The driver will be warned by a spe- In this case, clean the sensor protec- The sensor is built into cial display message when the system tion lens, shown in fig. 150 with a wet the front bumper: impacts is deactivated because the lens is cloth;...
  • Page 208 Do not use the Radar IMPORTANT The Radar Cruise In the device is faulty or Cruise Control under poor Control can only be switched on when does not work, turn ring A visibility conditions (e.g.: the car speed ranges from 30 and 160 to OFF and contact a Lan- fog, heavy rain, snow, etc.), since km/h.
  • Page 209 PARKING SENSOR The responsibility for Front sensors can be switched on parking manoeuvres and by pressing button A (fig. 155) other dangerous manoeu- placed on the central console in The parking sensor provides dis- vres always rests with the driver. front of the gear lever;...
  • Page 210 10 cm. When the bumper needs re-painting or the sensor area needs touching-up with paint, contact a Lancia Dealership only. Incorrect appli- cation of paint could adversely affect the parking sensor opera- tion.
  • Page 211 Sensor operating range Their position covers the middle Obstacles placed in the middle area and side areas of the car’s front and are detected at a distance of less The sensors allow the system to back (fig. 158). than approx. 0.9 m (front) and 1.50 monitor the car’s front and rear m (rear).
  • Page 212 Obstacles placed in side areas are TOWING A TRAILER FAULT INDICATIONS detected at a distance of less than The system control unit checks all 0.6 m. the system components every time the ignition key is turned to MAR. Then, the sensors and their respec- Rear sensors are auto- tive electrical connections are con- matically switched off...

Page 213: Interior Equipment

  • Page 214 To switch the courtesy lights on REAR CEILING LIGHT DOOR PUDDLE LIGHTS and off, press the respective buttons (fig. 160) (fig. 161) B. The courtesy lights will automat- This ceiling light includes a central A light is provided in the lower part ically go out after about 15 minutes light and two courtesy lights.
  • Page 215 REARVIEW MIRROR LIGHTS SUN VISORS (fig. 163) COURTESY MIRRORS (fig. 164) (fig. 162) The sun visors can swing up or They are fitted on the back of the down or be pivoted sideways. sun visors: they can be accessed by The lower part of the external rotating the visors and lifting the rearview mirrors incorporate a light...
  • Page 216 FRONT ASHTRAY AND CIGAR Always verify that the REAR ASHTRAYS (fig. 167) cigar lighter has been LIGHTER Two ashtrays are provided for rear switched off. seats: they are incorporated into rear The ashtray and cigar lighter are door panels. protected by a single flap. Press the flap in the point shown (fig.
  • Page 217 GLOVE COMPARTMENT The lower part of the glove com- ODDMENT COMPARTMENT partment houses the Compact Disc (fig. 170) A glove compartment with light is player B (CD-changer, where fitted) located on the dashboard. The com- A pivoting oddment compartment and, on certain versions, the power partment has a flap and lock.
  • Page 218 FRONT BOTTLE/CAN HOLDER CLIMATE-CONTROLLED To open the compartment air vent, lift control A (fig. 173). To close the (fig. 171) DRINK COMPARTMENT vent, lower control A. It is incorporated into the front The front armrest incorporates a To close the compartment, lower part of the central console.
  • Page 219 Take care not to spill the ODDMENT COMPARTMENT ON DOOR POCKETS drinks. In any case, the THE DASHBOARD (fig. 174) Door pockets are located on the compartment is provided door panels: Oddment compartment A is placed with a hole on its bottom, through in front of the gear lever.
  • Page 220 CENTRAL CONSOLE REAR BOTTLE/CAN HOLDER REAR ARMREST COMPARTMENT (fig. 177) (fig. 178) COMPARTMENT Versions with automatic, two-zone Bottle/can holder A is incorporated Inside the rear armrest is an odd- climate control system are provided in the rear armrest. ment compartment A (fig. 179), a with an oddment compartment A, card holder B and a power socket C.
  • Page 221 – the power socket POWER SOCKET ELECTRIC SUNSHADE (fig. 181) – the remote control used for the It is located inside the rear armrest. The electric sunshade works with CONNECT HI-FI and TV functions ignition key at MAR. The power socket can be accessed –...
  • Page 222 MAP POCKETS (fig. 182) (e.g. satellite antitheft device), or any other accessory that burden the (where provided) electric supply, contact your Lancia Paper pockets are located on the Dealership whose qualified person- back of the front seats. nel, besides suggesting the most suit- able devices belonging to the Fiat Auto S.p.A.
  • Page 223 RADIO TRANSMITTERS AND SOLAR CELL IMPORTANT Best operation of the fan when the car is parked is CELLULAR TELEPHONES OPERATED obtained by closing completely the Radio transceiver equipment (e.g.: windows and sunroof. Furthermore, SUNROOF e-tacs mobile phones, HAM radio to check operation at first speed of systems and the like) shall not be the fan, disengage air vents and set used inside the car unless a separate...
  • Page 224 Improper use of the sun- The sunroof must not be SUNROOF OPENING/CLOSING roof can in any case be opened in the presence of AND PIVOTING dangerous, even if the snow or ice; otherwise, it All the sunroof functions (opening, anti-trap safety system is avail- could be damaged.
  • Page 225 If this does not occur, con- (fig. 187 set at the corners be initialized again as follows: tact your Lancia Dealership. of the sunroof housing, are not 1) turn selector A clockwise and If the operation is interrupted obstructed.
  • Page 226 CENTRAL SUNROOF AND To actuate central locking by Central locking can also be actuat- means of the remote control, keep ed by turning the key in the lock of WINDOW LOCKING SYSTEM button B (fig. 188) depressed for one of the front doors: keep the key Central locking/opening of sunroof more than 3 seconds after closing turned to 2 (fig.
  • Page 227 SOLAR CELLS EMERGENCY MANOEUVRE 4) Insert the Allen screw wrench D into the hexagonal seat of the sun- The upper part of the sunroof In case the electric actuation device roof starter motor, then turn it: incorporates 21 solar cells that pro- fails to operate, the sunroof can be duce a maximum power of 24 W to actuated manually, proceeding as...
  • Page 228 BOOT With the battery flat, or – a prolonged pressure of the but- after the interruption of ton will release the lock and open one of the protection the boot. The boot can be opened both from fuses, or if you want to disconnect the outside and the inside of the car.
  • Page 229 OPENING FROM THE OUTSIDE OPENING BY MEANS OF THE If the electronic alarm is on, both the volumetric protection and the WITH THE KEY (fig. 193) REMOTE CONTROL boot control sensor will be switched The boot lock is electrified: press The tailgate can be opened from off, and the system will emit (except button A on the tailgate to open it.
  • Page 230 FUNCTIONS THAT CAN BE – automatic locking of the boot, The following tables summarize door locks and fuel filler cap, when the operation logic of the boot lock, MODIFIED BY THE CONNECT the car speed exceeds 20 km/h. depending on the functions that MENU have been actuated.
  • Page 231 Boot lock opening/closing by metal insert of the key Bound to central door locking Not bound to central door locking Central door locking system condition Press the tailgate but- Turn the key clock- Turn the key clock- Turn the key clock- To open the boot tailgate wise in the...
  • Page 232 CLOSING THE BOOT BOOT CEILING LIGHT (fig. 195) LUGGAGE NETS The boot is equipped with a fixed To close the bonnet, The boot is lit by ceiling light A, net (fig. 196) set on the left side, which switches on automatically lower it down until you lay and (optional for versions/markets it on the lock, without...
  • Page 233 The mobile net can be secured to To secure the net, insert hooks A ANCHORING THE LOAD one of the two positions provided in (fig. 200) in seats B then push The loads can be secured with belts the front part of the boot (fig. 197- downwards.
  • Page 234 Heavy loads which are ten the luggage net (optional, can be not securely anchored IMPORTANT purchased at a Lancia Dealership). could seriously injure The car is equipped with a system passengers in the event of an that automatically keeps headlight accident.
  • Page 235 POWER SOCKET (fig. 203) Do not use the socket for SKI TUNNEL (where provided) power devices with a (where provided) The tunnel can be used to trans- higher intake than that port long objects (e.g. skis). It is located on the right-hand side shown.
  • Page 236 2) Lower the coating by pulling 3) Open the flap by pressing but- 4) Take protection D (fig. 207) out handgrip B (fig. 205). tons C (fig. 206). and lay it on the armrest. 5) From the boot, lower the flap by pressing handle A (fig.
  • Page 237 After placing the load with the pro- 3) Secure the load by inserting the To release the protection with the tection, secure it by means of the attachment of belt A (fig. 210) into load: belt to prevent it from shifting in the buckle of the central rear safety 1) Release the belt by pressing the case of sudden braking or collision.
  • Page 238 BONNET 3) Lift lever B (fig. 213) and IMPORTANT The bonnet is lifted release the bonnet from the safety by two gas struts (fig. 214). Do not retainer. tamper with the struts and follow the bonnet in its movement. 4) Lift the bonnet. Open the bonnet only when the car is station- ary.

Page 239: Fuel Filler Cap

  • Page 240 In an emergency, the flap can be IMPORTANT The airtight seal of REFUELLING released by pulling wire B (fig. 216) the cap may lead to a slight increase To guarantee full tank filling, carry on the right-hand side of the boot of pressure in the tank.
  • Page 241 DIESEL PARTICULATE Since this filter physically traps par- Diesel particulate filter clogged ticulates, it shall be cleaned (re- FILTER (DPF) When the Diesel particulate filter is claimed) at regular intervals by burn- (2.4 JTD CAE version) clogged, the instrument panel warn- ing carbon particles.

Page 242: Roof Rack

  • Page 243 HEADLIGHTS Each headlight is equipped with an Operation electronic control unit used to con- Light is projected onto the road by trol supply voltage. Due to high bril- GAS-DISCHARGE (BI-XENO) means of a spherical glass lens with liancy, bi-Xeno headlights require a large surface (70 mm diameter).
  • Page 244 Actuator control IMPORTANT In case of faults, To avoid oscillation of the anti- depends on the processing of the sig- contact a Lancia Dealership. dazzling beam in case of particular nals from two orientation sensors. road surfaces (paved surfaces, dirt...
  • Page 245 – Failed connection of actuators: if HEADLAMP ORIENTATION FOR To carry out this opera- the control signal is failing, the actu- tion, contact a Lancia LEFT-/RIGHT HAND DRIVE ators will be brought back to the Dealership. The car headlights are equipped...

Page 246: Eobd System

  • Page 247 system comes into operation, elimi- ABS OPERATION nating hydraulic pressure only from The electronic control unit receives the brake caliper of the locked wheel GENERAL and processes the signals from the and, as soon as the latter start spin- brake pedal and from the four sen- If this is the first car with ABS you ning again, brakes it again, thus sors on the wheels.
  • Page 248 Drive the car extremely carefully possibility of skidding. Drive the Excessive use of engine to the nearest Lancia Dealership car extremely carefully to the braking (gears too short to have the ABS system checked.

Page 249: Sound System

  • Page 250 Speakers on the rear window – two high-performance sub- System characteristics include woofers (230 mm diameter), fitted crystalline treble and full, rich bass- shelf (fig. 225) on the rear window shelf es. Furthermore, the complete range Speakers C are located at the ends of tones is played in the entire pas- –...

Page 251: Starting The Engine

  • Page 252 3) On versions with manual gear- avoid damaging catalyst. box, set the gear lever to neutral and Contact a Lancia Dealership. 5)Press the clutch pedal down to press the clutch pedal fully down to the floor. avoid the starter dragging the gears.
  • Page 253 50 the engine off. If starting is particularly diffi- to 60 °C. cult,(with the Lancia CODE system IMPORTANT After a taxing drive working properly) do not keep try- you should allow the engine to ing too many times.
  • Page 254 For cars equipped with EMERGENCY START-UP Never bump start the turbosupercharger engine (by pushing, tow- If the Lancia CODE system fails to particular, but generally ing or coasting downhill) recognise that code transmitted by for any kind of cars, avoid abrupt...
  • Page 255 PARKING IMPORTANT Best operation of Never leave unsuper- the fan when the car is parked is vised children in the car; obtained by closing completely the always remove the keys To park the car, proceed as fol- windows and sunroof. Furthermore, and take them with you when you lows: to check operation at first speed of...

Page 256: Safe Driving

  • Page 257 Driving while drunk or Take care when fitting Make sure that any mats under the influence of additional spoilers, alloy are appropriate in size: drugs or certain medi- rims and wheel caps: they hindrance, even cines is dangerous both for you might reduce ventilation of the slight, to the braking system may and other road users.
  • Page 258 – Do not drive too many hours at a – Keep a greater safety distance Here is some advice for driving in time but stop at intervals to stretch from the cars in front of you than the rain: your legs and recoup your energy. during daylight hours: it is hard to –...
  • Page 259 DRIVING IN FOG – Do not overtake other vehicles if DRIVING IN THE MOUNTAINS you can help it. If the fog is thick, do not start out – When driving downhill use the on a journey unless you absolutely – If you are forced to stop your car engine braking effect by engaging a have to.
  • Page 260 DRIVING ON SNOW AND ICE DRIVING WITH ABS – The ABS prevents the wheels from locking, but it does not – Here are some tips for driving in The ABS is a braking system that increase actual grip conditions these conditions: essentially offers two advantages: between tyre and road.
  • Page 261 CONTAINING RUNNING COSTS AND Roof rack/ski rack Remove the roof or ski racks from POLLUTION the car as soon as they are no longer needed. These accessories reduce the Some suggestions which may help Tyres aerodynamic penetration of the car you to keep the running costs of the and will increase consumption.
  • Page 262 Spoilers Gear selections Acceleration The use of optional extras which As soon as the traffic and road con- Accelerating violently increasing are not certified for specific use on ditions allow it, shift to a higher the revs will greatly effect consump- the car may reduce the aerodynamic gear.
  • Page 263 Traffic and road conditions CHEAP RUNNING THAT RESPECTS THE Heavy traffic and higher consump- ENVIRONMENT tion are synonymous, for example when driving slowly with frequent use of lower gears or in towns where Environmental protection has been LOOKING AFTER EMISSION there are numerous traffic lights.
  • Page 264 Ignoring the above rules engine and have the car seen at a shields and do not remove may lead to fire. Lancia Dealership as soon as you those already fitted to the can. catalytic converter and exhaust When the instrument panel fuel pipe.

Page 265: Towing A Trailer

  • Page 266 TOW HITCH INSTALLATION For the electric connections, a 7 INSTALLATION DIAGRAM (fig. 1) pole 12VDC coupling must be used The tow hitch must be fixed to the Fasten the tow hitch in the points (CUNA/UNI and ISO/DIN stan- body by an expert in accordance marked with (1) using 18 M10 dards).
  • Page 267 L0A0264b fig. 1...

Page 268: Winter Tyres

Page 269: snow chains, page 270: storing the car.

  • Page 271 – round-nosed scissors, repeatedly. – work gloves, - fire extinguisher. These articles are all available from Lineaccessori Lancia range. This operation must be carried outdoor. Exhaust gas contains car- bon monoxide, an extremely toxic gas.

Page 272: In An Emergency

Page 273: jump starting, page 274: bump starting.

  • Page 275 IF A TYRE If the wheel is being The jack should only be changed on a steep or used to change a wheel on IS PUNCTURED badly surfaced road, the car for which it was place wedges or other suitable designed.
  • Page 276 CHANGING Change the wheel as follows: 4) Open the boot. 1) Stop the car so that it is not a 5) Fold the boot carpet A (fig. 4). A WHEEL hazard for other road users or your- 6) Take out the warning triangle A self when changing the wheel.
  • Page 277 8) Unscrew manually the jack han- 9) Open the tool bag and take out 8 – wrench for power steering re- dle A (fig. 7) and remove it from the the tools to be used (fig. 8): servoir cap screws container B.
  • Page 278 11) Place the bushing A (fig. 11) 13) Position the jack under the car Warn anyone nearby for the wheel bolts on the ratchet near the wheel to be replaced in the that the car is about to be wrench B. point shown on the panelling at lifted.
  • Page 279 14) Turn the jack handle A 15) Insert the ratchet wrench A 17) Loosen the wheel bolts and (fig. 13) by hand so to open it par- (fig. 14) with the bolt bush B on the remove the wheel. tially and position the jack under the jack groove.
  • Page 280 19) On versions with alloy rims, to Wheel bolts are specific 20) Lower the car and remove the make the wheel fitting easier, screw for the type of rim (alloy jack (fig. 18). the pin A (fig. 16), provided in the or steel) fitted.
  • Page 281 - fig. 20 = versions with steel rims. the wheel bolt tightening checked into B (fig. 8) and clamp it by at a Lancia Dealership as soon as 22) On versions with alloy rims, screwing handle A (fig. 8) manually possible.
  • Page 282 Due to high voltage, the malfunctions with the risk of fire. bulb of bi-Xeno gas-dis- charge headlights must only be replaced by experts: dan- ger of death! Contact the Lancia Dealership. Only touch the metal part when handling halo- The bulbs of (bi-Xeno) bulbs.
  • Page 283 GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS TYPES OF BULBS – When a light is not working, Different types of bulbs are check that it has not fused before installed in the car (fig. 22): changing the bulb. A - All glass bulbs – For the location of the fuses, refer to “If a fuse blows”...
  • Page 284 Bulb Ref. figure 22 Type Power Gas-discharge Main beam headlights/Dipped beam headlights – Additional main beam headlights Front sidelights H21W Front direction indicators WY5W Side direction indicators Rear direction indicators – – Front fog lights Taillights – – Brake lights –...
  • Page 285 It is therefore recommended to ger of death! Contact the Lancia the bulbs replaced at Lancia Dealership. Dealership. fig. 23...
  • Page 286 A and remove the cluster under the engine. For this reason, it from the back 2. is suggested to have the bulbs replaced at a Lancia Dealership. 2) Turn the direction indicator anticlockwise and remove the bulb holder B.
  • Page 287 If the lights break down partially E - B type, 12V-P21W bulb for To replace the bulbs: or completely go to a Lancia rear fog light. 1) Open the tailgate and lift the Dealership. 4) After replacing the bulbs, refit covering A (fig.
  • Page 288 To replace the bulb: If the third brake light breaks down partially or completely go to a 1) Remove the lens using a screw- Lancia Dealership. FRONT CEILING LIGHT driver as a lever in point A. To replace the bulbs: 2) Remove the bulb B by releasing the side contacts and then replace it.
  • Page 289 2) Loosen the screws C (fig. 32) 4) Remove the clipped in glass REAR CEILING LIGHT and remove the ceiling light. bulbs from the bulb holder and To replace the bulbs: replace them. 3) To remove bulb holders turn 1) Remove the ceiling light by lev- them anticlockwise (fig.
  • Page 290 A - Central ceiling light bulb. GLOVE COMPARTMENT LIGHT 2) Press the two sides of shield B (fig. 37) at the fastening clips and B - Courtesy light bulbs. To replace the bulb: turn it. 3) Remove clipped in glass bulbs 1) Remove the lens by using a 3) Replace the clipped in bulb C.
  • Page 291 COURTESY MIRROR LIGHTS 3) Remove the bulbs C (fig. 39) BOOT LIGHT releasing them from the side con- To replace the courtesy mirror To replace the bulb: tacts and replace them. bulbs: 1) Remove the lens by using a 4) Refit the mirror inserting first 1) Lift the mirror cover A (fig.
  • Page 292 3) Replace the clipped in bulb C . DOOR LIGHTS (fig. 42) DOOR MIRROR LIGHTS (fig. 43) 4) Close the shield by clipping it To replace the bulb: into its housing. To replace the bulb: 1) Remove the lens by using a 5) Refit the lens by inserting side D screwdriver as a lever on clip A.

Page 293: If A Fuse Blows

  • Page 294 FUSE LOCATION To reach the fuses: The systems and devices protected by the general fuses (fig. 70) are The main fuses of THESIS are con- 1) Open the tailgate. listed on the following pages. tained into four fuse boxes, to be 2) Loosen knob A (fig.
  • Page 295 FUSES IN THE DASHBOARD Spare fuses A (fig. 72) are housed in IMPORTANT Remember horizontal position in the upper part of replace the spare fuse after replacing The fuses protecting the main the fusebox. The spare fuse present a fuse. devices are arranged in a fusebox various amperages.
  • Page 296 The devices protected by the fuses FUSES IN THE BOOT The spare fuses, with different (fig. 75) are listed in the tables on amperage, are housed in vertical The fusebox (fig. 77) is located on the following pages. position at the sides of the fusebox. the right side of the boot, inside the After replacing the fuses refit the service compartment.
  • Page 297 MIDI-FUSE and MEGA-FUSE Fuse Ampere Location Dashboard fusebox 1 fig. 70 Dashboard fusebox 2 fig. 70 Boot fusebox fig. 70 Engine compartment fusebox fig. 70 Exterior lights Fuse Ampere Location External light control (twilight sensor adjustment) fig. 73 Direction indicators fig.
  • Page 298 Interior lights Fuse Ampere Location Boot ceiling light 19 (*) fig. 78 13 (*) fig. 73 Passenger compartment rear ceiling light 19 (*) fig. 78 13 (*) fig. 73 Door puddle lights 19 (*) fig. 78 13 (*) fig. 73 (*) As an alternative for certain versions/markets Devices and utilities Fuse...
  • Page 299 Devices and utilities Fuse Ampere Location Horn fig. 75 Windscreen wiper controls fig. 73 Brake light control (NC) fig. 73 Brake light control (NA) fig. 73 Ignition switch fig. 75 Air conditioner compressor fig. 75 Cruise Control (satellite controls) fig. 73 Cruise Control (Adaptive point) fig.
  • Page 300 Devices and utilities Fuse Ampere Location Engine control system point interface fig. 75 Brake system point interface fig. 73 Headlight washers fig. 75 Heated rear window fig. 73 Automatic gearbox starter fig. 75 fig. 73 Passenger position point fig. 78 Steering lock point fig.
  • Page 301 Devices and utilities Fuse Ampere Location Passenger door point (power supply) fig. 73 Instrument panel point fig. 73 fig. 73 Steering angle sensor point 19 (*) fig. 78 (*) As an alternative for certain versions/markets 13 (*) fig. 73 fig. 73 Parking sensor point fig.
  • Page 302 Devices and utilities Fuse Ampere Location Heated windscreen defroster fig. 73 Windscreen wiper nozzle defroster fig. 73 fig. 73 Comfort driver’s seat fig. 78 Comfort front passenger’s seat fig. 78 Electric driver’s seat (movement) fig. 78 Electric front passenger’s seat (movement) fig.
  • Page 303 IF BATTERY IS TO BE DISCONNECTED Battery is housed on the left side of 2) Depress manually the inside hook turn the key anticlockwise in the lock, the luggage compartment, protected A (fig. 80) of the boot lock, and push and at the same time slightly press the by cover B (fig.
  • Page 304 DISCONNECTING THE It is not possible to close INITIALISING THE CONTROL the boot when battery is UNLOADED BATTERY UNITS OF THE DOOR LOCKS, discharged discon- AIR CONDITIONER AND ESP Should the discharged battery be nected for the purpose of being re- SYSTEM disconnected (to have it charged placed/ charged again: do not try...

Page 305: If The Battery Is Flat

Page 306: towing the car.

  • Page 307 If you cannot set the gear lever to tow on the road. neutral, do not tow the car but con- tact a Lancia Dealership.

Page 308: Jacking The Car

  • Page 309 IF AN ACCIDENT – In pile-ups on the motorway, IF ANYONE IS INJURED particularly when the visibility is Never leave the injured person alone. OCCURS bad, there is a high risk of other The obligation to provide assistance vehicles running into those already exists even for those not directly in- stopped.
  • Page 310 – antiseptic plasters of different sizes The first-aid kit and the fire extin- guisher are included in the Lineac- – a roll of plaster cessori Lancia range. – a pack of cotton wool – a bottle of disinfectant – a packet of paper handkerchiefs...

Page 312: Car Maintenance

Page 313: service schedule.

  • Page 314 thousands of kilometres nspect conditions of timing belt ç ç Replacement of timing gear drive belt (*) and Poly-V accessory drive belt ç Replace spark plugs (3.2 versions) ç Replace spark plugs (2.0 TB) ç ç ç ç Check engine control systems via diagnostic socket ç...

Page 315: Additional Checks

  • Page 316 – for short, repeated trips (less should be changed in relation to how Be careful not to mix up you use the car, contact a Lancia than 7-8 km) with outside tempera- the various types of fluids ture below zero Dealership.
  • Page 317 IMPORTANT - Diesel filter IMPORTANT - Dust/pollen filter IMPORTANT - Battery The different grades of purity in If the car is often used in dusty or The charge in your battery should diesel fuel normally available might extremely polluted environments, be checked, where possible at the make it necessary to replace the fil- you should change the filter element...

Page 318: Checking Fluid Levels

  • Page 319 fig. 3 - 2.4 JTD version L0A0345b 1) Engine oil 2) Brake fluid 3) Windscreen/rear window and headlight washer fluid 4) Engine coolant 5) Power steering fluid fig. 4 - 2.4 JTD - 2.4 JTD CAE versions L0A0341b...
  • Page 320 fig. 5 - 3.0 V6 CAE version L0A0342b 1) Engine oil 2) Brake fluid 3) Windscreen/rear window and headlight washer fluid 4) Engine coolant 5) Power steering fluid fig. 6 - 3.2 V6 CAE version L0A0358b...
  • Page 321 IMPORTANT If during a routine mately one litre of oil. check you will find that the oil level is above the MAX reference line, contact a Lancia Dealership to Be very careful under the have the proper level restored. bonnet: you risk burning yourself.
  • Page 322 IMPORTANT The oil consump- Used engine oil and re- ENGINE COOLANT (fig. 13) tion depends on the driving style and placed oil filters contain the conditions under which the car is substances which can harm used. the environment. We recommend you have the car seen to at a Lan- Do not remove the reser- cia Dealership for the oil and filter...
  • Page 323 Lancia Dealership. In For topping up, remove cap A, – With the engine running, turn the case of need, lacking the speci-...
  • Page 324 Should it happen, immediately wash with water. Oil consumption is ex- tremely low. If the oil level needs topping up again af- ter a short period of time, have the system checked for leakage at a Lancia Dealership. fig. 16...
  • Page 325 Brake fluid is poisonous WINDSCREEN/REAR Certain commercial and highly corrosive. In additives for windscreen WINDOW/HEADLIGHT the event of accidental washers are inflammable. WASHER FLUID (fig. 17) contact, wash the parts involved The engine compartment con- To top up, remove cap A and filler immediately with neutral soap and tains hot components which may water, then rinse thoroughly.

Page 326: Air Cleaner

  • Page 327 Under normal condition of use top- Have the dust/pollen filter checked stances that are very ping up the electrolyte with distilled once a year at a Lancia Dealership, harmful for the environ- water is therefore not required. A preferably at the onset of summer.
  • Page 328 (free-hand phone kit, etc.) If the battery is not fitted with electrolyte level indicator, the relevant checks visit a Lancia Dealership. They must only be carried out by authorised personnel. can suggest the most suitable...
  • Page 329 (–). of the battery electrolyte freezing operation must be carried out by a Lancia Dealership. (this may even occur at –10 °C). If the car is inactive for a long period Charging should be slow at a low of time, refer to “Storing the car”, in...
  • Page 330 LENGTHENING THE LIFE OF require permanent electric supply, YOUR BATTERY 70 Ah 42 mA visit a Lancia Dealership, whose To prevent rapidly draining the 80 Ah 48 mA qualified personnel, in addition to battery and ensure that it continues...

Page 331: Spark Plugs

  • Page 332 WHEELS Tyre pressure must be If the pressure is too low correct to ensure good the tyre overheats and AND TYRES road holding. this can cause it serious damage. TYRE PRESSURE Check the pressure of each tyre, including the spare, every two weeks Wrong pressure causes uneven and before long journeys.
  • Page 333 If any of these occur, have the car use. Remember to check the spare tyre particularly carefully too seen to at a Lancia Dealership. Avoid overloading your car: this If a replacement is necessary, always use new tyres and avoid can seriously damage wheels and tyres.

Page 334: Windscreen Wipers

  • Page 335 The blades must also be perfectly Replacing the blades SPRAY NOZZLES (fig. 21) clean before starting the check. If (fig. 20) If there is no jet of liquid, first required, clean the corners with make sure that there is liquid in the To replace the windscreen wiper warm water and soap.
  • Page 336 Before summer, have the system of the ESP system. It is necessary to the headlights are on. checked at a Lancia Dealership. perform the initialisation operations contained in the paragraph “If battery is to be disconnected” in the chapter “In an emergency”.
  • Page 337 For your THESIS, LANCIA has used leading-edge technological solutions to effectively protect the body from rust.
  • Page 338 TIPS FOR KEEPING THE BODY Before cleaning Detergents pollute water. windscreen (e.g. at filling For this reason the car IN GOOD CONDITIONS stations), make sure to must be washed in an have deactivated the rain sensor area equipped for the collection Paintwork and turned the ignition key to and purification of the liquids...
  • Page 339 Suitable car cleaning products are When drying the car, be careful to Windows available at Lancia Dealerships. get at those parts which are not so Use specific window cleaners to easily seen e.g. the door frames, bon- clean the windows.
  • Page 340 Engine compartment INTERIORS Do not keep aerosol cans in the car. There is the At the end of each winter season, risk they might explode. From time to time check that water carefully clean the engine compart- Aerosol cans must never be has not collected under the mats ment without directing the water jet exposed to a temperature above...
  • Page 341 CLEANING VELVET SEATS CLEANING LEATHER SEATS STEERING WHEEL/GEAR AND FABRICS LEVER KNOB WITH GENUINE – Remove the dry dirt with a LEATHER COVERING chamois leather or very slightly – Remove dust with a soft brush moist loth without exerting too and vacuum cleaner.

Page 342: Technical Specifications

  • Page 343 The plate (fig. 4) is applied on the B - Colour name front axle inner bonnet panel. C - LANCIA colour code H - Maximum vehicle weight on rear axle D - Respray and touch up code I - Engine type...
  • Page 344 ENGINE CODES - BODYWORK VERSIONS Engine code Bodywork version 2.0 TB 841E000 841AXA1B 03D 841AXA1B 03E (**) 841AXA1B 03F (*) 841D000 841AXB1B 00C 841AXB1B 00D (*) 2.4 CAE 841D000 841AXB11 04C 841AXB11 04D (*) 2.4 JTD 841P000 841AXN11 10 841N000 (**) 841AXH11 06B (**) 841AXM11 09 (**) 3.2 V6 CAE...
  • Page 345 ENGINE 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE GENERAL FEATURES Engine code 841E000 841D000 841D000 Location Front, Front, Front, transversally-mounted transversally-mounted transversally-mounted Cycle Otto Otto Otto 5 in line 5 in line 5 in line Number and layout of cylinders Number of valves per 4 - Hydraulic 4 - Hydraulic 4 - Hydraulic...
  • Page 346 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE GENERAL FEATURES 841H000 841L000 Engine code Front, Front, Location transversally-mounted transversally-mounted Diesel Otto Cycle 5 in line 6 V, 60° Number and layout of cylinders 4 - Hydraulic 4 - Hydraulic Number of valves per tappets tappets cylinder...
  • Page 347 FUEL FEED - IGNITION 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Fuel feed BOSCH ME7 BOSCH ME3.1 BOSCH ME3.1 Multipoint sequential Multipointsequential Multipointsequential electronic injection, electronic injection electronic injection electronically controlled variable geometry turbosupercharger with intercooler Ignition Static electronic Static electronic Static electronic integral with integral with integral with...
  • Page 348 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Fuel feed BOSCH COMMON BOSCH ME7 RAIL MULTIJET Multipointsequential direct injection, electronic injection BOSCH RADIALJET injection pump, electronically controlled variable geometry turbosupercharger with intercooler Ignition Static electronic integral with ignition and single coil Firing order 1-4-2-5-3-6 Injection order 1-2-4-5-3...
  • Page 349 TRANSMISSION 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Gearbox Mechanical Mechanical Automatic gearbox gearbox with gearbox with with five forward six forward gears six forward gears gears and reverse and reverse and reverse with synchromesh with synchromesh Clutch Single disc, Single disc, hydraulically hydraulically controlled controlled...
  • Page 350 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Gearbox Automatic gearbox Automatic gearbox with five forward with five forward gears and reverse gears and reverse Clutch Drive Front Front 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Service brakes: - front Self-ventilated discs Self-ventilated discs - rear Self-ventilated discs Self-ventilated discs Electric parking...
  • Page 351 SUSPENSIONS 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Front Independent wheel, Independent wheel, Independent wheel, 5-link Multilink type, 5-link Multilink type, 5-link Multilink type, with aluminium with aluminium with aluminium wishbones, anti-roll bar, wishbones, anti-roll bar, wishbones, anti-roll bar, coil springs and coil springs and coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers.
  • Page 352 2.4 JTD Front Independent wheel, Independent wheel, 5-link Multilink type, 5-link Multilink type, with aluminium with aluminium wishbones, anti-roll bar, wishbones, anti-roll bar, coil springs and coil springs and telescopic shock absorbers. telescopic shock absorbers. Telescopic shock absorbers Telescopic shock absorbers with continuous damping with continuous damping action variation...
  • Page 353 STEERING 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Control Rack-and-pinion Rack-and-pinion Rack-and-pinion power steering gear. power steering gear. steering gear, with Optional, where provided, Optional, where provided, VARIOSTEER hydraulic (VARIOSTEER) hydraulic (VARIOSTEER) hydraulic power steering power steering (power power steering (power (power steering steering variable steering variable variable with speed)
  • Page 354 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Control Rack-and-pinion Rack-and-pinion steering gear, with steering gear, with VARIOSTEER hydraulic VARIOSTEER hydraulic power steering power steering (power steering (power steering variable with speed) variable with speed) Steering column Energy-absorbing Energy-absorbing jointed steering jointed steering column with column with manual or electric...
  • Page 355 WHEELS 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Standard tyres 7Jx16 H2-39 7Jx16 H2-39 7Jx16 H2-39 Rims 215/60 R16 (95W) 215/60 R16 (95W) 215/60 R16 (95W) Tyres 215/60 ZR16 (95W) 215/60 ZR16 (95W) 215/60 ZR16 (95W) Optional tyres 7Jx17 H2-41 7Jx17 H2-41 7Jx17 H2-41 Rims 225/50 R17 (94W) 225/50 R17 (94W)
  • Page 356 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Standard tyres Rims 7Jx16 H2-39 7Jx16 H2-39 Tyres 215/60 R16 (95W) 215/60 R16 (95W) 215/60 ZR16 (95W) 215/60 ZR16 (95W) Optional tyres Rims 7Jx17 H2-37 7Jx17 H2-41 7Jx17 H2-41 8Jx18 H2-37 Tyres (*) 225/50 R17 (94W) 225/50 R17 (94W) 225/50 ZR17 (94W) 225/50 ZR17 (94W)
  • Page 357 RIMS AND TYRES CORRECT TYRE READING 225 = Nominal width (S, distance in mm between sides) Alloy rims or steel. Below, please find the instructions needed to understand the meaning = Percentage height/width Tubeless tyres with radial carcass. of the code stamped on the tyre, as ratio (H/S) The homologated tyres are listed in shown in fig.
  • Page 358 Load index (capacity) Maximum speed index CORRECT RIM READING 60 = 250 kg up to 160 km/h 84 = 500 kg Below, please find the instructions 61 = 257 kg 85 = 515 kg up to 170 km/h needed to understand the meaning 62 = 265 kg 86 = 530 kg up to 180 km/h...
  • Page 359 WHEEL GEOMETRY 2.0 TB 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE 2.4 CAE Front wheels (STD A): – caster angle 2° 40’ 2° 40’ 2° 40’ 2° 40’ – kingpin angle –50’ ± 20’ –50’ ± 20’ –50’ ± 20’ –50’ ± 20’ –...
  • Page 360 DIMENSIONS The sizes are in mm and refer to the car fitted with standard tyres. Slight size changes with optional tyres. Height is intended for an unladen car. Boot volume (as per VDA standards): 400 dm (*) = 3.0 V6 CAE and 3.2 V6 CAE versions L0A0171b fig.
  • Page 361 WEIGHTS 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Empty weight (including all fluids, fuel tank at 90 % and with no optional): 1,780 1,760 1,790 Payload (*) including the driver Maximum admitted loads (**): – front axle 1,300 1,300 1,300 1,300 1,300 1,300 –...
  • Page 362 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Empty weight (including all fluids, fuel tank at 90 % and with no optional): 1,820 1,820 Payload (*) including the driver Maximum admitted loads (**): – front axle 1,300 1,300 – rear axle 1,300 1,300 –...
  • Page 363 CAPACITIES 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE Prescribed fuels Recommended product Fuel tank: litres Unleaded petrol with a RON – including a reserve of litres not lower than 95 – – – Fuel tank: litres Diesel fuel for motor – – – –...
  • Page 364 2.4 JTD 3.2 V6 Prescribed fuels Recommended product Fuel tank: litres – Unleaded petrol with a RON – including a reserve of litres – not lower than 95 Fuel tank: litres Diesel fuel for motor vehicles – – including a reserve of litres (Specification EN590) –...

Page 365: Fluids And Lubricants

  • Page 366 Fluid and lubricant specifications Original fluids Applications for correct car operation and lubricants TUTELA CAR TECHNYX Synthetic-based oil, grade SAE 75W-85 that passes Mechanical gearbox and Contractual Technical API GL 4 specifications Plus, Fiat 9.55550. differential petrol version Reference N° F010.B05 Synthetic-based oil, grade SAE 75W-85, that pass Mechanical gearbox and TUTELA CAR MATRYX...

Page 367: Fuel Consumption

  • Page 368 EMISSION IN EXHAUST The CO emission in exhaust shown in the following tables refers to the combined consumption. emissions according to 2.0 TB 2.4 CAE 2.0 JTD 3.2 V6 CAE Directive 1999/100/CE (g/km)
  • Page 370 INDEX - manually deactivating - rear........67 BS system ......245 the rear side bags....94 Ashtray - EBD electronic - front ......... 215 - passenger’s brakeforce distributor ..245 - rear ........215 front air bag ..... 90 Accessories purchased by ASR system ......
  • Page 371 Bodywork paint Bose HI-FI audio system ..248 attery identification plate ....342 Bottle/can holder - checking the battery Bodywork versions (codes) ..343 - front ......... 217 charge........ 327 Bonnet ........237 - rear ........219 - disconnecting the loaded Boot Brake and hydraulic battery .......
  • Page 372 - presetting for mounting emissions......367 the “Type Isofix” child restraint CODE Card Schedule ......314 system........ 85 (Lancia CODE system) ..28 - Scheduled Servicing ..309 Children CONNECT controls ....15 - Service Schedule ....312 (transport in safety) .... 81 CONNECT infotelematic Carrying children safely ..
  • Page 373 Dead lock device (doors) ..56 - door pockets ..... 218 - emergency Delayed light switching off disengagement ....178 - initialising the control (Follow me home) ....99 Electric sunshade ....220 units of the door locks, Diesel filter Electric windows ....
  • Page 374 - what triggers the alarm Engine - ESP system action ..... 192 off ........42 - identification code .... 341 - failure indication ....192 Electronic automatic gearbox - marking ......341 - initialising the control units - technical specifications ..344 (COMFORTRONIC).....
  • Page 375 Front fog lights - level gauge ......108 andles ........ 221 Fuel consumption ....366 - bulb replacement ....285 Hazard lights ......170 Fuel cut-off switch and circuit - control ......171 Headlight washer breaker......... 173 Front passenger presence sensor - control ......
  • Page 376 If a tyre is punctured - CID device ......44 ey ........27 (changing a wheel) ....274 - CID device battery - actuation logic of the boot replacement ....... 53 If an accident occurs ....308 lock by means of the metal - door unlocking to insert .........
  • Page 377 Manual gearbox ..... 179 - towing a trailer ....211 ambda sensors ....- technical specifications ..348 Performance ......358 Lancia CODE (system) ..26 Model plate ......341 Power socket - CODE Card ...... 28 MSR system ......192 - in the boot ......
  • Page 378 - Comfort Seats ....68 - locking the door and afe driving ......255 leaving the car ....50 - head restraints ....66 - before getting behind the - failure indication ....53 - heating ......67 wheel........255 - “Garage”...
  • Page 379 Ski tunnel ......... 234 - JTD versions ...... 251 - technical specifications ..170 Snow chains ......268 - jump starting....... 272 Suspensions Solar cell operated sunroof ..222 - petrol versions ..... 251 - technical specifications..350 - central locking/opening..225 Steering Symbols ........
  • Page 380 - maintenance ....... 331 - fluid ........324 Windscreen washer blades - pressure (important) ..331 - maintenance ....... 333 - winter tyres ......267 Windscreen wiper - blade maintenance ..... 333 seful accessories ....270 - control ........ 101 Windscreen wiper spray nozzles olumetric protection ....
  • Page 381 To find out the location of your nearest authorised treatment facility, offering free of charge take-back, simply contact one of our dealers or refer to the Lancia web site or call the toll free number 00800 526242 00. Passenger transportation vehicles to seat a max. of nine persons, having a total admissible weight of 3.5 t...
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