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SIMPLY CLE VER #x160;kodaOctavia Tour OWNER’S MANUAL.

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Introduction You have opted for a #x160;koda – our sincere thanks for your confidence in us. Your new #x160;koda offers you a vehicle featuring the most modern engineering and a wide range of equipment which you will undoubtedly wish to use to the full during your daily motoring. That is why, we recommend that you read this Owner’s Manual attentively to enable you to become familiar with your car and all that it offers as quickly as possible.

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Page 5: Table Of Contents

Contents Driving Tips Battery. 1.6 ltr./75 kW – EU4, EU2 .

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Contents Using the system Safety Driving Tips General Maintenance Breakdown assistance Technical Data.

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Layout of this Owner’s Manual (explanations) Layout of this Owner’s Manual (explanations) The Owner’s Manual has been systematically designed, in order to make it easy for you #xF0A3; The section is continued on the next page. to find and absorb the information you require. Notes Chapters, table of contents and subject index There are four kinds of notes.

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Using the system Using the system Safety Driving Tips General Maintenance Breakdown assistance Technical Data.

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Cockpit Fig. 1 Certain items of equipment shown in the illustration are only fitted to particular model versions or are optional items of equipment.

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Cockpit Cockpit Overview Lever for releasing the bonnet. Storage compartment on the driver’s side .

Page 11: Basic Functions And Important Information

The brief instruction The brief instruction Basic functions and important information Setting steering wheel position Introduction The chapter of the brief instruction is only used as a quick reference of the most important operating elements of the vehicle. It is necessary to observe all the information which is contained in the following chapters of the Owner’s Manual.

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The brief instruction Seat belt height adjuster Adjusting a seat in a forward/back direction Adjusting height of seat* Adjust the angle of the seat backrest Adjusting lumbar support* Further information #xF0DE; page 52, #x201C;Adjusting the front seats#x201D;. WARNING Only adjust the driver seat when the vehicle is stationary – risk of injury! Fig.

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The brief instruction Switching lights on and off Turn signal and main beam lever Fig. 7 Dash panel: Light switch Fig. 8 Turn signal and main beam lever Turn signal light right #xF030; Switching off all lights/daylight driving lights* Turn signal light left Switching over between low beam and main beam lights #xF028;.

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The brief instruction Refuelling Slow wipe Fast wipe one time wipe Automatic wipe/wash Rear window wiper* Intermittent wipe – every 6 seconds The automatic wiper/washer system Further information #xF0DE; page 47, #x201C;Windshield wiper#x201D;. Fig. 11 Right rear side of the vehicle: Open fuel filler flap/fuel filler flap with cap unscrewed Power windows* #xF0DE;.

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The brief instruction Opening the bonnet Further information #xF0DE; page 141, #x201C;Check engine oil level#x201D;. Fig. 13 Radiator grille: Release lever/securing the bonnet with the bonnet support #xF0DE; fig.

13 #x2013; Pulling on the release lever in direction of arrow will unlock the bonnet.

Page 16: Overview Of The Instrument Cluster, Engine Revolutions Counter

Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Overview of the instrument cluster Fig. 15 Instrument cluster Engine revolutions counter #xF0DE; page 15 #xF02D; Resetting Service Interval Display Speedometer #xF0DE; page 16 #xF02D; Activate/deactivate display mode Engine coolant temperature display #xF0DE; page 16 Fuel gauge #xF0DE;.

Page 17: Speedometer, Engine Coolant Temperature Display, Fuel Gauge, Counter For Distance Driven

Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Avoid high engine speeds during the driving time and before the engine has reached Caution operating temperature #xF0DE; page 118. Additional headlights and other attached components in front of the fresh air inlet impair the cooling efficiency of the coolant. There is then a risk of the engine over- For the sake of the environment heating at high outside temperatures and high engine loads!

Shifting up early helps you save fuel and reduce the operating noise of your vehicle.

Page 18: Service Interval Display

Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Odometer A flashing key symbol #xF064; and the text Service appears in the display for 20 seconds as soon as the due date for the service is reached. The odometer indicates the total distance in kilometres or miles which the vehicle has been driven.

Page 19: Digital Clock, Recommended Gear, Multi-functional Indicator (onboard Computer)

Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Digital clock Multi-functional indicator (onboard computer)* #xF0DE; page 15, fig. You can set the time with the rotary knob Introduction Select the information which you wish to change by turning the button and carry #xF0DE; fig. This data from the multi-functional indicator appears in the display out the change of the selected information by pressing the button.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Operating with the buttons on the windshield wiper lever The multi-functional indicator is equipped with two automatic memories. The #xF0DE; page 18, fig. selected memory is displayed in the middle of the display field The data of the single-trip memory (memory 1) is shown if a 1 appears in the display. A 2 shown in the display means that data relates to the total distance memory (memory 2).

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Average fuel consumption You can only operate the multi-functional indicator when the ignition is switched on. After the ignition is switched on, the function displayed is the one which you last selected before switching off the ignition. The average fuel consumption since the memory was last erased is shown in the display in litres/100 km #xF0DE;.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights The maximum distance indicated in both switch positions is 1,999 km. The indicator is In this way you can set the limit in 5 km/h steps. set back to null if this period is exceeded. Configuring the speed limit while the vehicle is moving Average speed #x2013;.

Page 23: Warning Lights

Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Warning lights Overview The warning lights indicate certain functions or faults. Fig. 20 Instrument cluster with warning lights #xF03D; #xF02C; #xF0DE; page 24 Failure of the light bulbs #xF0DE; page 23 Turn signal lights (to the left) #xF074;.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights #xF02F; WARNING #xF0DE; page 25 Coolant temperature/coolant level #xF0B7; If you do not pay attention to the warning lights coming on and the corre- #xF022; #xF0DE; page 26 Traction control system (TCS) sponding descriptions and warning notes, this may result in severe body inju- ries or major vehicle damage.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Further information about the main beam #xF0DE; page 44. Front, side and head airbags or belt tensioner which have been switched off using the vehicle system tester: #xF0B7; Low beam #xF025; The warning light #xF074; lights up for 4 seconds after switching on the ignition and then flashes again for 12 seconds in intervals of 2 seconds.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Further information #xF0DE; page 116. WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; The red oil pressure light #xF065; is not an oil level indicator! One should there- WARNING fore check the oil level at regular intervals, preferably after every refuelling Contact your specialist garage if the power steering is defective.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights #xF022; 3 peeps sound as an additional warning signal. If the warning light comes on immediately after starting the engine, the TCS system can be switched off for technical reasons. In this case, the TCS system can be switched In this case stop and switch the engine off and check the coolant level;.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights #x160;koda Service Partner. Further information on the EDL #xF0DE; page 112, #x201C;Electronic Differ- The warning light comes on for a few seconds after the ignition has been switched on ential Lock (EDL)*#x201D;. or when starting the engine. The warning light goes out after an automatic check sequence has been completed.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights Brake system #xF068; The warning light comes on even when the ignition is switched off. The warning light lights up for a maximum of 5 minutes. #xF068; The warning light flashes or comes on if the brake fluid level is too low, if there is a fault in the ABS or if the handbrake is applied.

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Instruments and Indicator/Warning Lights If the warning light does not go out after the engine has started, or comes on when driving, drive to the nearest specialist garage. The vehicle battery will be discharged in this case so switch off all non-essential electrical components. Caution #xF02F;.

Page 31: Changing The Battery In The Remote Control Key

Unlocking and locking Unlocking and locking Note Please approach an authorised #x160;koda Service Partner if you lose a key since he can obtain a new one for you. Changing the battery in the remote control key Fig. 21 Set of keys without remote control/set of keys with remote control key Two keys are provided with the vehicle.

Page 32: Electronic Immobiliser, Child Safety Lock, Central Locking System

Unlocking and locking The rear doors are equipped with a child safety lock. You can switch the child safety Note lock on and off using the vehicle key. #xF0B7; Pay attention to the correct polarity when changing the battery. #xF0B7; Switching child safety lock on The replacement battery must have the same specification as the original battery.

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Unlocking and locking #xF0B7; If the vehicle is locked and the safe securing system #xF0DE; page 32 is not operating, the Only the front doors can be unlocked and locked using the key if the central locking indicator light in the driver door flashes for about 2 seconds fast, goes out and starts to system fails.

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Unlocking and locking in order to deactivate the anti-theft alarm system. The alarm will be triggered if you Note do not switch on the ignition within 15 seconds. The anti-theft alarm system* is also activated with the deactivated safe securing system when locking the vehicle.

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Unlocking and locking Unlocking all doors and the boot lid Emergency locking of the doors #xF0DE; page 33, fig. #x2013; Press button 25. The symbol #xF02D; goes out in the button. The following applies if you have locked your vehicle using the button #xF0B7;.

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Unlocking and locking Boot lid Note #xF0B7; After closing the boot lid, it is automatically locked within 2 second and the anti-theft alarm system* is activated. This applies only if the vehicle was locked before closing the boot lid. #xF0B7; The function of the hand grip above the licence plate is deactivated when starting off or as of a speed of more than 5 km/hour for vehicles with central locking.

Page 37: Remote Control

Unlocking and locking Emergency unlocking of the boot lid (Combi) The key has a fold-open key bit which can be used for unlocking and locking the car manually and also for starting the engine. If a lost key is replaced or if the receiver unit has been repaired or a new unit installed, it is then necessary for an authorised #x160;koda Service Partner to initialise the system.

Page 38: Synchronisation Of The Remote Control, Anti-theft Alarm System

Unlocking and locking Deactivating safe securing system ently locked and the alarm system* being switched on. Should this happen, press the unlock button #xF056; of the radio remote control. twice in 2 seconds. Further information #xF0DE; page 32. #x2013; Press button Boot lid remote release #xF0B2;.

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Unlocking and locking Interior monitor* and Towing protection monitoring* opening the door in order to deactivate the anti-theft alarm system. The alarm will be triggered if you do not switch on the ignition within 15 seconds. When is the alarm triggered?

The following security areas of the locked vehicle are monitored: #xF0B7;.

Page 40: Power Windows

Unlocking and locking Power windows* Button for the power window in the front passenger’s door Button for the power window in the rear door on the right* Buttons on the driver’s door Button for the power window in the rear door on the left* Safety pushbutton* Safety pushbutton* You can deactivate the buttons for power windows at rear doors by pressing the safety.

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Unlocking and locking Button in front passenger door and in rear doors Note #xF0B7; After switching the ignition off, it is still possible to open or close the windows for a further 10 minutes. During this time the automatic closing and opening functions of the window will operate.

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Unlocking and locking #xF0B7; Window convenience operation* Switch on the ignition. #xF0B7; Press the relevant switch top and hold it pressed as long as necessary until the You can open and close the window with power windows as follows when unlocking window is closed.

Page 43: Lights

Lights and Visibility Lights and Visibility Lights WARNING Never drive with side lights on – risk of accident! The side lights are not bright #xF023; Switching lights on and off enough to light up the road sufficiently in front of you or to be seen by other oncoming traffic.

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Lights and Visibility Deactivating the function daylight driving lights Rear fog light #xF02A; #x2013; Pull the turn signal light lever towards the steering wheel up to 3 seconds after Switching on the rear fog light switching on the ignition and at the same time, slide it to the bottom and hold it in #xF0DE;.

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Lights and Visibility Settings Note The positions correspond approximately to the following vehicle loads: Switch on the hazard warning light system if, for example: Front seats occupied, luggage compartment empty. #xF0B7; you encounter traffic congestion, All seats occupied, luggage compartment empty. #xF0B7;.

Page 46: Interior Lighting, Using The System Safety

Lights and Visibility Interior lighting #x2013; Pull the lever towards the steering wheel (spring-tensioned position) in direction of arrow – the main beam light goes off. Lighting of the interior of the vehicle – Version 1 Headlight flasher #xF024; #x2013; Pull the lever towards the steering wheel (spring-tensioned position) in direction of arrow – the main beam and warning light #xF024;.

Page 47: Visibility

Lights and Visibility Luggage compartment light If the lights are controlled via the door switch (switch in position #xF0B4; ), the lighting is switched off when: #xF0B7; The lighting comes on automatically when the boot lid is opened. If the lid remains the vehicle is locked, open for more than about 10 minutes, the luggage compartment lighting switches off #xF0B7;.

Page 48: Windshield Wiper And Wash System

Lights and Visibility #xF0B7; Windshield wiper and wash system If the on-board voltage drops, the rear window heater is switched off automatically, in order to provide sufficient electrical energy for the engine control. Windshield wiper Sun visors You can operate the windscreen wipers and automatic wipe/wash using the windscreen wiper lever.

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Lights and Visibility Automatic wipe/wash for windscreen If the intermittent wipe is switched on, the intervals are also controlled depending on speed. #x2013; Pull the lever towards the steering wheel into sprung position. the wash system sprays immediately, the windscreen wiper starts wiping a little later. The wash The rear window will be wiped again if the front window wipers are on when reverse system and the windscreen wiper operate simultaneously at a speed of more than gear is selected.

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Lights and Visibility #xF0DE; fig. 44 #xF0DE; #x2013; Take off the wiper blade in direction of arrow Note #xF0B7; #xF0DE; page 47, fig. 43 If the slower or the faster wiper setting is switched on Attaching a wiper blade the vehicle speed decreases to below 4 km/h, the lower wiper step is switched on #x2013;.

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Lights and Visibility Replacing the wiper blade on the rear window wiper Dimming mirror #x2013; Pull the lever on the bottom edge of the mirror back. Exterior mirror You can adjust the exterior mirrors electrically*. Fig.

45 Wiper blade for rear window Taking off the wiper blade #x2013;.

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Lights and Visibility WARNING #xF0B7; Convex (curved outward) or spherical (differently curved) exterior mirrors increase the vision field. They do, however, make objects appear smaller in the mirror. These mirrors are only of limited use, therefore, for estimating distances to the following vehicles. #xF0B7;.

Page 53: Seats And Stowage

Seats and Stowage Seats and Stowage Front seats WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; Ensure that there are no objects in the footwell as any objects may get Basic information behind the pedals during a driving or braking manoeuvre. You would then no longer be able to operate the clutch, to brake or accelerate.

Page 54: Head Restraints

Seats and Stowage Adjusting lumbar support* Adjusting the height of a head restraint #x2013; Turn the wheel until you have set the most comfortable curvature of the seat #x2013; Grasp the side of the head restraint with both hands and push the head restraint up #xF0DE;.

Page 55: 9 Rear Seats

Seats and Stowage Middle rear head restraint* Rear seats Folding the rear seats forwards Fig. 49 Rear seats: middle head restraint In certain countries national legal provisions also require the equipment of the rear seat with fixing eyes for child seat using the #x201C;Top Tether#x201D; system #xF0DE; page 109. For vehi- Fig.

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Seats and Stowage Move seats into the initial position Removing the seat cushion Fig. 51 Lock the seat backrest Fig. 52 Removing seat cushions Move seats into the initial position You can enlarge the luggage compartment on vehicles with divided rear seats* by removing the rear seat.

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Seats and Stowage #x2013; You can fold down the armrest at the loop to enhance occupant comfort Caution #xF0DE; page 55, fig. #xF0B7; You should not kneel on the seats or otherwise apply pressure at specific points in order to avoid damaging the heating elements of the seat heaters. Seat heaters* #xF0B7;.

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Seats and Stowage luggage compartment WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; The items carried in the luggage compartment should be stowed in such a Loading the luggage compartment way that no objects are able to slip forward if there are any sudden driving or braking manoeuvres undertaken – risk of injury! Please observe the following in the interest of having good handling characteristics of #xF0B7;.

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Seats and Stowage Lashing eyes Fixing nets – Net programme Octavia* Fig. 55 Luggage compartment: Lashing eyes Octavia/Combi Fig. 56 Fixing net: Horizontal pocket/vertical pocket #xF0DE; fig.

56 Eyes are located on the sides of the luggage compartment for lashing the goods to be Fixing examples of the fixing net as a horizontal pocket – left and a vertical #xF0DE;.

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Seats and Stowage Fixing nets – Net programme Combi* Folding hooks (Combi) Fig. 58 Luggage compartment: folding hooks Fig. 57 Fixing net: Vertical pocket/division of the luggage compartment Folding hooks for attaching small items of luggage, such as bags etc. are provided on #xF0DE;.

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Seats and Stowage Luggage compartment cover (Octavia) Note You can use the luggage compartment cover behind the head Opening the tailgate also lifts up the luggage compartment cover. restraints for storing light and soft items. Foldable luggage compartment cover (Combi) Fig.

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Seats and Stowage Net partition* (Combi) WARNING #xF0B7; First check for yourself that the cross road is inserted into the mounts Use the net partition behind the rear seats the front position! #xF0B7; Pay attention that the rear seat backrest is correctly interlocked. It is only then that the three-point seat belt for the middle seat can reliably fulfil its function.

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Seats and Stowage #x2013; Push the net partition housing in the opposite direction of arrow as far as the WARNING stop. #xF0B7; The belt locks and the belts must be in their original position after folding #x2013; Fold the rear seats back into their original position. back the seat cushions and the seat backrests – they must be ready to use.

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Seats and Stowage Note WARNING (continued) A roof rail is obtainable from a specialist garage if hasn’t been fitted onto an estate car #xF0B7; You must on no account exceed the permissible roof load, the permissible at the works, which carries out the professional fitting. axle loads and the permissible gross weight of your vehicle – risk of accident! #xF0B7;.

Page 65: Note Holder, Ashtray, Cigarette Lighter*, Power Sockets

Seats and Stowage Opening ashtray Caution #xF0DE; fig. #x2013; Press on the bottom part of the cover of the ashtray – refer to Do not open the beverages in the cup holder while driving. They may spill when braking and while doing so damage the vehicle. Removing ashtray insert #x2013;.

Page 66: Storage Compartments, Overview

Seats and Stowage Power socket in the luggage compartment (Combi) #x2013; Remove the cigarette lighter immediately and use it. #x2013; Insert the cigarette lighter again into the socket. Using the socket #x2013; Remove the cigarette lighter or the cover of the power socket. #x2013;.

Page 67: Storage Compartment On The Front Passenger Side, Storage Compartment On The Driver’s Side

Seats and Stowage There is a holder for a pen and note book on the inside of the lid. #xF0DE; page 67 Front seat armrest with storage compartment* #xF0DE; page 68 Rear armrest with storage compartment* WARNING #xF0DE; page 68 Storage compartment in rear centre console* #xF0B7;.

Page 68: Storage Compartment In Front Centre Console, Storage Compartment In The Front Doors

Seats and Stowage Storage compartment in the front doors WARNING #xF0B7; The storage compartment is not a substitute for the ashtray and must also not be used for such purposes – risk of fire! #xF0B7; Do not put any highly inflammable objects or objects which are sensitive to heat (e.g.

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Seats and Stowage Rear seat armrest with storage compartment* Opening storage compartment #xF0DE; fig. 75 #x2013; Open the lid of the armrest in the direction of arrow – left. Closing storage compartment #x2013; Open the lid up to the stop, then you can fold it downwards.

Setting height #x2013;.

Page 70: Seat Backrest With Opening For Skis, Clothes Hooks

Seats and Stowage Seat backrest with opening for skis* Clothes hooks* The clothes hooks are located on the middle pillar and on the handle in the headliner above each of the rear doors. WARNING #xF0B7; Ensure that any clothes hanging from the hooks do not impair your vision to the rear.

Page 71: Air Outlet Vents

Heating and air conditioning system Heating and air conditioning system Air outlet vents Close air outlet vents #x2013; Turn the vertical thumbwheel into the end position. The information provided is valid for all vehicles. Redirecting air flow #x2013; Swivel upward or downward the grille of the vents in order to set the height of the air flow using the vertically arranged thumbwheel.

Page 72: Heating

Heating and air conditioning system Heating Rear window heater. Further information #xF0DE; page 46, #x201C;Rear window heater#x201D;. #x2013; Press button Using the system The air inlet in front of the windscreen must be free of ice, snow or leaves in order to The heating system delivers air into the interior of the vehicle and ensure that the heating and ventilation systems operate properly.

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Heating and air conditioning system Set heating Recommended settings of heating controls for: Setting of the control dial Setup Air outlet vents 3 Air outlet vents 4 Button Defrosting the windscreen and To the right up to Open and align with the side #xF05C;.

Page 74: Climatic

Heating and air conditioning system Recirculated air mode #xF0DE; fig. 82 The cooling only operates if button is pressed, and the following conditions are met: In recirculated air mode air is sucked out of the interior of the vehicle #xF0B7; engine running, and then fed back into the interior.

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Heating and air conditioning system Control for air distribution Note #xF0B7; #x2013; You can adjust the direction of the air flow using the air distribution control We recommend that you do not smoke in the vehicle when the recirculating air #xF0DE;.

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Heating and air conditioning system Set Climatic Recommended settings of Climatic controls for the respective operating modes: Setting of the control dial Button Setup Air outlet vents 3 Defrosting the windscreen and To the right up to the Open and align with the side #xF05C;.

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Heating and air conditioning system Recirculated air mode The desired interior temperature can also be achieved without switching in the cooling system just by switching to fresh air mode. In recirculated air mode air is sucked out of the interior of the vehicle and then fed back into the interior.

Page 78: Setting Steering Wheel Position, Ignition Lock

Starting-off and Driving Starting-off and Driving Setting steering wheel position WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; If you adjust the steering wheel further towards the head, you will reduce the protection offered by the driver airbag in the event of an accident. Make sure the steering wheel is aligned to the chest.

Page 79: Starting The Engine

Starting-off and Driving #xF0B7; Starting the engine You should not switch on any major electrical components during the heating period. Otherwise the vehicle battery will be drained unnecessarily. General – start engine You can only start the engine only using an original ignition key.

Applies to all models: #xF0B7;.

Page 80: Switching Off The Engine

Starting-off and Driving #xF0B7; #xF0B7; Avoid high engine revolutions, full throttle and high engine loads as long as the You should start the engine immediately after the glow plug warning light #xF064; engine has not yet reached its normal operating temperature – risk of damaging the gone out.

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Starting-off and Driving Note Note #xF0B7; #xF0B7; The radiator fan may continue running for a further 10 minutes or so after the One should not lay the hand on the shift lever while driving the vehicle. The pres- engine and the ignition have been switched off. The coolant fan may, however, also sure of the hand will be transferred to the gearshift forks in the gearbox.

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Starting-off and Driving A continuous tone sounds from a distance of approx. 30 cm (area ) – danger area. WARNING Do not reverse any further after this signal sounds!

If the vehicle is equipped with #xF0B7; a factory-fitted towing device*, the border of the danger area – continuous tone – Please note that the handbrake must be fully released.

Page 83: Cruise Control System (ccs)

Starting-off and Driving #xF0B7; Storing a speed If a warning signal sounds for about 3 seconds after switching the ignition on and engaging reverse gear, and there is no obstacle close to your vehicle, this indicates a system fault. Have the fault rectified by a specialist workshop. #xF0B7;.

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Starting-off and Driving Changing a stored speed WARNING You can also change the speed of the vehicle without depressing the First ensure that it is not too high for the traffic conditions which exist at that accelerator. moment before resuming the stored speed. Faster Switching off the cruise control system completely #x2013;.

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Communication Communication Mobile phones and two-way radio systems Note Observe the country-specific regulations for the use of mobile phones in vehicles. The installation of a mobile phone and two-way radio system in a vehicle should be carried out by a specialist garage. #x160;koda Auto permits the operation of mobile phones and two-way radio systems with a professionally installed external aerial and a maximum transmission power of up to 10 Watts.

Page 86: Basic Information

Passive Safety Safety Passive Safety #xF0B7; Basic information seat belt height adjuster for front seats, #xF0B7; front airbag for the driver and the front seat passenger*, #xF0B7; Driving the safe way side airbags*, #xF0B7; head airbags*, Passive safety measures reduce the risk of injury in accident situations. #xF0B7;.

Page 87: Correct Seated Position, Seat Belts

Passive Safety #xF0B7; Correct seated position Ensure that all the windows offer a good visibility to the outside. #xF0B7; Safely attach the items of luggage #xF0DE; page 57, #x201C;Loading the luggage compartment#x201D;. #xF0B7; Correct seated position for the driver Ensure that no objects can obstruct the pedal. #xF0B7;.

Page 88: Seat Belts

Passive Safety WARNING (continued) WARNING #xF0B7; correctly fastened in order to provide an optimal protection for you and your The front seats and the head restraints must always be adjusted to match occupants. the body size of the seat occupant as well as the seat belts must always be #xF0B7;.

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Passive Safety #xF0B7; put the feet out of the window, WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; put the feet on the dash panel, #xF0B7; #xF0B7; Keep your feet in the footwell at all times while driving. Never place your put the feet on the seat upholstery, feet out of the window or on the seats.

Page 90: Why Seat Belts, The Physical Principle Of A Frontal Collision

Seat belts Seat belts Why seat belts? WARNING #xF0B7; Fasten your seat belt each time before setting off, also when driving in town! This also applies to the people seated at the rear – risk of injury! #xF0B7; Expectant women must also always wear a seat belt.

This is the only way of ensuring optimal protection for the unborn child #xF0DE;.

Page 91: Belts

Seat belts The speed of the vehicle is, nevertheless, the most important factor. Doubling the WARNING (continued) speed of the vehicle from 25 km/h up to 50 km/hour increases the kinetic energy four #xF0B7; times. The belt webbing must not run across solid or fragile objects (e.g. specta- cles, ball-point pens, keys etc.) as this may be a cause of injuries.

Page 92: How Are Seat Belts Correctly Fastened

Seat belts How are seat belts correctly fastened? WARNING (continued) across the stomach. It must always fit snugly #xF0DE; fig. 92 – left. Adjust the belt Fastening three-point seat belts webbing as required. #xF0B7; Fasten your seat belt before starting!

The lap part of the belt should be positioned as low as possible at the pelvis of an expectant mother in order to avoid exerting any pressure on the lower #xF0DE;.

Page 93: Airbag System

Seat belts WARNING WARNING Adjust the height of the belt in such a way that the shoulder part of the belt is The three-point safety belt for the rear middle seat can only fulfil its function reliably when the backrests are correctly locked into position #xF0DE; page 54. positioned approximately across the middle of your shoulder – on no account across your neck.

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Seat belts #xF0B7; It is essential to pay attention to relevant safety regulations if the vehicle or indi- vidual parts of the system are scrapped. Specialist garages are familiar with these regu- lations which can be reviewed there. #xF0B7; When disposing of vehicle or parts of the system, it is important to comply with the national legal requirements.

Page 95: Description Of The Airbag System

Airbag system Airbag system #xF0B7; Description of the airbag system an airbag indicator light showing a switched-off front passenger airbag* in the middle of the dash panel flashes. General information on the airbag system WARNING The front airbag system is complementary to the three-point seat belts and offers addi- #xF0B7;.

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Airbag system #xF0B7; When are the airbags deployed? In the event of an accident in which the airbags are deployed: #xF02D; The interior lighting comes on (if the switch for the interior light is in the door The airbag system is designed in such a way that the driver and front passenger airbag contact position), are deployed in the event of a violent frontal collision.

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Airbag system Apart from their normal protective function, a further task of the seat belts is to also The specially developed airbag allows the gas to flow out of the inflated airbag in a hold the driver and front passenger in a correct seated position in the event of a frontal controlled manner (depending on the load of the particular car occupant) in order to collision so as to enable the front airbags to offer the maximum protection.

Page 98: Side Airbags

Airbag system side airbags* WARNING (continued) the direction of travel) #xF0DE; page 101, #x201C;Deactivating an airbag#x201D;. If this is not done, Description of the side airbags there is a risk of the child suffering severe or even fatal injuries if the front The side airbag together with the head airbag offers enhanced occu- passenger airbag is deployed.

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Airbag system Function of the side airbags WARNING (continued) Risk of injury to the upper part of the body is reduced by fully inflated passenger airbag is deployed. The national legal provisions in certain countries side airbags. require that both the front, side and head airbags be deactivated. When trans- porting a child on the front passenger seat, please comply with the appropriate national legal provisions regarding the use of child safety seats.

Page 100: Head Airbags

Airbag system Head airbags* WARNING (continued) #xF02D; Always work with an authorised #x160;koda dealer or have it carried out by a Description of the head airbags competent specialist workshop. The head airbag together with the side airbag offers enhanced occu- #xF0B7;.

Page 101

Airbag system Function of the head airbag Important safety information on the head airbag The risk of injury to the head and neck area is reduced in the event of a Correct use of the airbag system considerably reduces the risk of injury! side collision by fully inflated head airbags.

Page 102: Deactivating An Airbag

Airbag system Monitoring the airbag system WARNING (continued) The functionality of the airbag system is also monitored electronically when one airbag being deployed. When the deployed head airbag is inflated, parts of the acces- has been switched off. sories fitted may in certain circumstances be thrown into the interior of the car If the airbag was switched off using diagnostic equipment: and cause injuries to the occupants #xF0DE;.

Page 103

Airbag system Deactivating an airbag WARNING (continued) #x2013; Switch off the ignition. #xF02D; It is also important to have the system inspected without delay by a #x2013; Turn the switch for the front passenger airbag using the key in the position specialist garage.

Page 104: Transporting Children Safely

Transporting children safely Transporting children safely What you should know about transporting children! Note Any varying national legal regulations take priority over the information provided in An introduction to the subject these instructions for use, or stated in this chapter. Accident statistics have revealed that children are generally more safely Important safety information regarding the use of child safety seats transported on the rear seats than on the front passenger seat.

Page 105

Transporting children safely on the front passenger seat then you must pay attention to the following warnings in WARNING (continued) connection with the use of the airbag system on the front passenger seat. passenger seat if the airbag system deploys in the event of an accident. This can result in severe or even fatal injuries.

Page 106: Child Seat

Transporting children safely WARNING (continued) WARNING #xF0B7; #xF0B7; It is essential to always switch off the front passenger airbag when attaching You should have the front passenger airbag (or airbags) reactivated just as a child safety seat on the front passenger seat where the child is seated with its soon as you no longer use a child safety seat on the front passenger seat.

Page 107

Transporting children safely Child seats of group 0/0+ Group Weight #xF0DE; page 106 0 – 10 kg #xF0DE; page 106 up to 13 kg #xF0DE; page 107 9 – 18 kg #xF0DE; page 107 15 – 25 kg #xF0DE; page 108 22 – 36 kg Children of more than 150 cm in height may use the seat belts fitted to the vehicle Fig.

Page 108

Transporting children safely WARNING (continued) WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; #xF0B7; You should have the front passenger airbag (or airbags) reactivated just as The national legal provisions in certain countries require that both the front, soon as you no longer use a child safety seat on the front passenger seat. side and head airbags be deactivated.

Page 109

Transporting children safely WARNING (continued) WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; #xF02D; or by using the key-operated switch for the front passenger airbag* The shoulder part of the seat belt must run approximately across the middle #xF0DE; page 101, #x201C;Switch for switching off the front passenger airbag*#x201D;. of the shoulder and fit snugly against the chest.

Page 110

Transporting children safely Attaching child seat using the #x201C;Top Tether#x201D;* system #x2013; Insert the mounting funnels onto the locking eyes between the seat back- #xF0DE; fig. rest and the seat cushion 109. #x2013; Push the notched arms of the child seat into the locking eyes in direction of arrow #xF0DE;.

Page 111

Transporting children safely.

Page 112: Electronic Stability Programme (esp)

Intelligent Technology Driving Tips Intelligent Technology Electronic stability programme (ESP)* Operating principle The ESP switches on automatically when the engine is started and then conducts a self-test. The ESP control unit processes data from the individual systems. It also proc- General esses additional measurement data which are supplied by highly sensitive sensors: the rotational velocity of the vehicle about its vertical axis, the lateral acceleration of the.

Page 113

Intelligent Technology The EDL switches on again automatically as soon as the brake has cooled down. WARNING (continued) offered must not tempt you to take greater risks than otherwise – risk of an acci- WARNING dent! #xF0B7; Carefully depress the accelerator when accelerating on uniformly slippery road surfaces, such as ice and snow.

Page 114: Brakes

Intelligent Technology General Note The TCS makes it much easier, and sometimes at all possible, to start off, accelerate and #xF0B7; All four wheels must be fitted with the same tyres in order to achieve problem-free climb a steep hill when the conditions of the road surface are unfavourable. operation of the TCS.

Page 115: Brake Booster

Intelligent Technology be moist or even have a coating of ice on them in winter. You should dry the brakes as WARNING (continued) soon as possible by applying and releasing the brakes several times. for this slightly reduced braking force by increasing the pressure on the brake There also may be a certain delay before the full braking efficiency is available when pedal.

Page 116: Antilock Brake System (abs), Brake Assist

Intelligent Technology #xF0B7; Antilock brake system (ABS) Changes to vehicle (e.g. on engine, on the brakes, on chassis or another combina- tion of tyres and wheels) can influence the function of the ABS #xF0DE; page 157, #x201C;Accesso- ABS prevents the wheels locking when braking. ries, changing and replacing parts#x201D;.

Page 117: Electromechanical Power Steering, Tyre Inflation Pressure-control System

Intelligent Technology #xF0B7; Electromechanical power steering the vehicle is loaded on one side, #xF0B7; the wheels of an axle are loaded heavily (e.g. when towing a trailer or when driving The power steering enables you to steer the vehicle with less physical force. uphill or downhill), #xF0B7;.

Page 118

Intelligent Technology WARNING (continued) #xF0B7; The driver is responsible for the correct tyre inflation pressure. For this reason, the tyre inflation pressures must be checked regularly. #xF0B7; Under certain circumstances (e.g. sporty style of driving, wintry or unpaved #xF0C7; roads) the warning light can be delayed or does not light up at all.

Page 119: The First 1 500 Kilometres And Then Afterwards

Driving and the Environment Driving and the Environment The first 1 500 kilometres and then afterwards Caution All the speed and engine revolution figures apply only when the engine is at its normal A new engine operating temperature. Never rev up an engine which is cold, neither when the vehicle is stationary nor when driving in individual gears.

Page 120: Catalytic Converter, Conscious Manner

Driving and the Environment #xF0B7; Catalytic converter Filling the tank even only once with leaded petrol will result in the catalytic converter being destroyed. Proper operation of the emission control system (catalytic converter) is #xF0B7; If you detect misfiring, a drop in performance or irregular engine running when of major significance for driving your vehicle in an environmentally driving, reduce your speed immediately and have the vehicle inspected by the nearest conscious way.

Page 121

Driving and the Environment #xF0DE; fig. 114 The technical requirements for low fuel usage and economic efficiency of the vehicle shows the ratio of fuel consumption to the speed of your vehicle in the have already been built into the vehicle at the works. Special attention has been given relevant gears.

Page 122

Driving and the Environment #xF0B7; Reducing idling Check the ground below your vehicle at regular intervals to detect any leakages in good time. Please have your vehicle inspected by a specialist garge if you find any Idling also costs fuel. stains caused by oil or other fluids on the floor.

Page 123: Environmental Compatibility

Driving and the Environment Checking tyre inflation pressures Keeping a log of your fuel consumption Tyres which are correctly inflated save fuel. If you really wish to keep a close check on your fuel consumption, it is best to enter the figures in a logbook.

Page 124: Motoring Abroad, Avoiding Damage To Your Vehicle

Driving and the Environment #xF0B7; Solvent-free protection of the vehicle for transportation from the production plant provide information about technical aspects of the vehicle, required maintenance to the customer. work and possibilities for getting repairs done. #xF0B7; The use of solvent-free adhesives. #xF0B7;.

Page 125: Driving Through Bodies Of Water On Roads

Driving and the Environment Driving through bodies of water on roads Caution #xF0B7; When driving through bodies of water, parts of the vehicle such as the engine, gearbox, catalytic converter, chassis or electrics can be severely damaged. #xF0B7; Oncoming vehicles can generate water waves which can exceed the permissible water level for your vehicle.

Page 126: Towing A Trailer, General Maintenance, Vehicle

Towing a trailer Towing a trailer Towing a trailer You can negotiate appropriately steeper inclines and descents if you do not make full use of the permissible trailer load. Technical requirements The trailer loads specified only apply for altitudes up to 1 000 metres above mean sea level.

Page 127: Vehicle

Towing a trailer Further information on the towing device #xF0DE; page 126. trailer wheels locking. Shift down gears in good time before negotiating a downhill section to allow the engine to also act as a brake. Note Engine overheating #xF0B7; We recommend that you also have your vehicle inspected between service inter- Please keep a check on the coolant temperature gauge if you have to negotiate a vals if you tow a trailer frequently.

Page 128: General Maintenance, Vehicle

Towing a trailer Inspect the ball head to ensure that it is properly locked each time before setting off. The inspection is performed by turning the closed locking lever downwards. If the locking lever can only be turned around a small angle (approx.

5#xB0;), the locking mecha- nism is O.K.

Page 130

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle General Maintenance Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle #xF0B7; General Frequency of use, #xF0B7; The parking situation (garage, below trees etc.), Proper care retains the value of your vehicle. #xF0B7;.

Page 131

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle #xF0B7; There are no particular points to note before washing your vehicle in an automatic Do not use any insect sponges, rough kitchen sponges or similar cleaning products vehicle wash system other than the usual precautionary measures (closing the – risk of damage to the surface of paintwork.

Page 132

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle Paint damage A new layer of a high-quality hard wax polish can be applied to the clean bodywork after it has dried thoroughly. Even if you use a wax preserver regularly we still recom- mend that you treat the paintwork of the vehicle at least twice a year with hard wax.

Page 133

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle Do not use window leathers which you have used to polish the vehicle body to dry off Note the windows. Residues of preservatives in the window leather can dirty the window When washing your vehicle, ensure that as little water as possible gets into the locking and reduce visibility.

Page 134: Care Of The Interior Of Vehicle, Fuel

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle Underbody protection compartment before and after the salt spreading period and treat with preservative in order to prevent the salt from being destructive. The underside of your vehicle is protected for life against chemical and mechanical The authorised #x160;koda Service Partners have the cleaning agents and preservatives influences.

Page 135

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle We recommend using a cleaning product from #x160;koda genuine accessories offered by #x2013; Remove fresh stains on a fat base (e.g. butter, mayonnaise, chocolate etc.) with an your #x160;koda dealer. absorbent cloth or household cleaning paper or with the cleaner from the care set if the stain has not yet penetrated into the surface.

Page 136

Taking care of your vehicle and cleaning the vehicle #xF0B7; Care also for the leather dye. Refreshen areas which have lost their colour with a special coloured leather cream as required. #xF0B7; The leather is a natural material with specific properties. During the use of the vehicle, minor optical changes can occur on the leather parts of the covers (e.

Page 137: Petrol

Fuel Fuel Petrol If unleaded RON 98 or RON 95 is not available, you can refuel with unleaded RON 91 in an emergency. After refuelling, continue driving at medium engine speeds and minimum engine load. Driving at high engine speeds or heavy engine loads can lead Grades of petrol to serious engine damage!

Refuel with petrol with the specified octane number as often as possible.

Page 138: Diesel, Refuelling

Fuel Diesel It is therefore the case that the standard EN 590 (standard DIN 51628 in Germany, standard #xD6;NORM C 1590 in Austria) is the diesel fuel class prescribed for certain periods of the year which can also be purchased at the corresponding time during the Diesel fuel year.

Page 139

Fuel #x2013; Unscrew the fuel filler cap anti-clockwise and place the fuel filler cap from above #xF0DE; page 137, fig. 119 on the fuel filler flap – right. Closing fuel filler cap #x2013; Screw on the fuel filler cap by turning it to the right until it is heard to click. #x2013;.

Page 140: Engine Compartment

Inspecting and replenishing Inspecting and replenishing Engine compartment Opening the bonnet #xF0DE; fig. #x2013; Unlock the bonnet 120. Bonnet remote release #x2013; Ensure that the arms of the windscreen wipers are correctly in place against the windscreen before opening the bonnet otherwise damage could occur to the paintwork.

Page 141

Inspecting and replenishing Working in the engine compartment WARNING (continued) Particular care is required when carrying out any work in the engine #xF0B7; If you wish to work under the vehicle, you must secure the vehicle from compartment! rolling away and support it with suitable supporting blocks; the lifting jack* is not sufficient for this – risk of injury! There is a risk of injuries, scalding, accidents and fire when working in the engine #xF0B7;.

Page 142: Engine Oil

Inspecting and replenishing Engine oil Overview of the engine compartment The main inspection points. Check engine oil level The dipstick indicates the level of oil in the engine. Fig.

123 Dipstick Fig. 122 1.6 ltr./75 kW petrol engine Checking the oil level #x2013;.

Page 143

Inspecting and replenishing It is normal for the engine to consume oil. The oil consumption may be as much as 0.5 WARNING l/1 000 km depending on your style of driving and the conditions under which you #xF0B7; operate your vehicle. The oil consumption may be slightly higher than this during the Avoid dripping oil onto hot parts of the engine when topping up will oil – a first 5000 kilometres.

Page 144: Cooling System

Inspecting and replenishing #xF0B7; In view of the problems involved in properly disposing of old oil, the necessary Please contact an authorised #x160;koda Service Partner if you have any questions special tools and the knowledge required for such work, we recommend that you have regarding the coolant or if you wish to fill up with a different coolant.

Page 145

Inspecting and replenishing #x2013; Open the bonnet #xF0DE; page 139. #x2013; Top up the coolant. #xF0DE; page 143, fig. #x2013; Check the level of coolant in the coolant expansion bottle 124. #x2013; Screw the cap tight until it is heard to lock. The coolant level when the engine is cold must lie between the (MIN) and The coolant which you use for replenishing the system, must comply with one specific.

Page 146: Brake Fluid

Inspecting and replenishing The brake fluid reservoir is located on the left of the engine compartment. The brake For the sake of the environment fluid reservoir on right-hand steering models is positioned on the other side of the Do not re-use coolant if it is necessary to drain the coolant in the system. It should be engine compartment.

Page 147

Inspecting and replenishing #xF0DE; fig. 126 We recommend that you have the brake fluid replaced by an authorised #x160;koda #x2013; Open the battery cover in direction of arrow or press the elastic Service Partner as part of an Inspection Service. interlock on the side of the battery cover, fold the cover up and remove it.

Page 148

Inspecting and replenishing For the sake of the environment WARNING (continued) A removed battery is a special type of waste which is harmful to the environment – #xF0B7; Bridging of the poles will create a short circuit (e.g. through metal objects, contact your specialist garage regarding disposing of the battery.

Page 149

Inspecting and replenishing idle state. You can prevent the discharging of the battery by disconnecting the negative Note terminal or charging the battery constantly with a very low charging current. Please #xF0B7; Batteries with three-tone indicator, which are mounted as of factory, are marked also refer to the notes when working on the battery #xF0DE;.

Page 150

Inspecting and replenishing Charging the battery WARNING A properly charged battery is essential for reliably starting the engine. #xF0B7; Never charge a frozen or thawed battery – risk of explosion and caustic burns. Replace a frozen battery. #x2013; Read the warning notes #xF0DE; in #x201C;Working on the battery#x201D;.

Page 151: Windshield Washer System

Inspecting and replenishing #xF0B7; In view of the problems involved with its proper disposal, we recommend having WARNING the battery replaced by a specialist garage. Read and observe the warning notes #xF0DE; page 140, #x201C;Working in the engine compartment#x201D; before working in the engine compartment. Windshield washer system Caution #xF0B7;.

Page 152: Wheels

Wheels and Tyres Wheels and Tyres Wheels WARNING #xF0B7; New tyres during the first 500 km do not offer optimal grip and should General information therefore be run appropriately – risk of accident! #xF0B7; #xF0B7; New tyres do not offer optimal grip at first and should therefore be run in for about Never drive with damaged tyres – risk of accident! 500 km at a moderate speed and an appropriately cautious style of driving.

Page 153

Wheels and Tyres The tyre inflation pressures for tyres of the tyre size 205/50 R17, which are intended to For the sake of the environment be used with snow chains, is identical to the pressures for tyres of the tyre size Tyres which are insufficiently inflated increase your fuel consumption.

Page 154

Wheels and Tyres Changing wheels around knowledge and are also in a position to properly dispose of the old tyres. A large number of authorised #x160;koda Service Partners also have an attractive range of tyres and wheels available. The tyre/wheel combinations which are approved for your vehicle are indicated in your vehicle documents.

Page 155

Wheels and Tyres The date of manufacture is also stated on the tyre wall (possibly only on the inside of Note wheel): It is not normally possible to fit wheels from other models of cars for technical reasons. DOT. 20 09.

This may also apply in certain circumstances to the wheels of the same type of vehicle.

Page 156

Wheels and Tyres Winter tyres For the sake of the environment Fit your summer tyres on again in good time since summer tyres offer you better grip The handling of your vehicle will be significantly improved when driving on wintry and handling on roads which are free of snow and ice as well as are temperatures roads if you fit winter tyres.

Page 157

Wheels and Tyres Wheel size Depth (D) Tyre size 47 mm 195/65 6J x 15 50 mm 195/65 6.5J x 15 50 mm 205/55 6J x 16 45 mm 205/50 6J x 17 Only fit snow chains with links and locks not larger than 15 mm. Only fit snow chains with links and locks not larger than 9 mm.

Page 158: Technical Changes, Breakdown Assistance

This is particularly the case when accessories are bought in a foreign country. #xF0B7; #x160;koda Genuine Accessories and Skoda original parts can be bought from author- Interference on the electronic components and their software can lead to operational ised #x160;koda Service Partners who also professionally undertake the assembly of parts faults.

Page 159

Accessories, changing and replacing parts.

Page 160: First-aid Box* And Warning Triangle* (octavia), First-aid Box* And Warning Triangle* (estate Car), Fire Extinguisher

Breakdown assistance Breakdown assistance Breakdown assistance First-aid box* and Warning triangle* (Octavia) The fire extinguisher must be checked by an authorised person or company annually (please observe the differing legal requirements). The first-aid box* is attached by a strap to the right-hand side of the luggage compart- ment.

Page 161: Spare Wheel, Tyre Repair Kit

Breakdown assistance here for the removable ball head of the trailer towing device*. The box is attached with The spare wheel lies in a well under the floor covering of the luggage compartment and #xF0DE; fig. a strap on the spare wheel. is fixed in place using special screws 133.

Page 162

Breakdown assistance Preparing to use the tyre repair kit The tyre repair kit is located in a textile bag. There is a velcro fastener on the underside of the bag, with which the bag is attached to the floor covering of the luggage compart- ment in such a way that the side of the bag rests on the right side of the luggage Before using the tyre repair kit, carry out the following preparatory work: compartment and on the seat backrest.

Page 163

Breakdown assistance #x2013; Take the vehicle tool kit #xF0DE; page 159 and the spare wheel* #xF0DE; page 160 out of the #x2013; Tighten the wheel bolts firmly, alternately and diagonally using the wheel wrench (crosswise) and last the safety wheel bolt* #xF0DE; page 164. luggage compartment.

Page 164

Breakdown assistance Full wheel trim* Pulling off #x2013; Push the plastic clip sufficiently far onto the cap until the inner catches of the clip Pulling off are positioned at the collar of the cap and detach the cap. #x2013; Hook the clamp found in the vehicle tool kit into the reinforced edge of the full Installing wheel trim.

Page 165

Breakdown assistance Slackening and tightening wheel bolts Raise vehicle Slacken the wheel bolts before jacking up the vehicle. You have to raise the vehicle with the lifting jack* in order to be able to take off the wheel. Fig.

137 Changing a wheel: Slackening wheel bolts Fig.

Page 166

Breakdown assistance The safety wheel bolts on vehicles fitted with them (one safety wheel bolt per wheel) WARNING (continued) can only be loosened or tighten up by using the adapter provided. #xF0B7; Not positioning the lifting jack* at the specified points can result in damage It is meaningful to note the code number hammered into the rear side of the adapter to the vehicle.

Page 167

Breakdown assistance Connecting negative terminal and engine block WARNING #x2013; Attach one end to the negative terminal of the battery supplying the power #xF0B7; A discharged battery may already freeze at temperatures just below 0 #xB0;C. In #x2013; Attach the other end to a solid metal part which is connected firmly to the case of frozen battery carry out no jump-starting – risk of explosion! engine block, or to the engine block itself.

Page 168: Tow-starting And Towing Vehicle

Breakdown assistance Tow-starting and towing vehicle points to which you attach the tow rope or tow bar when you attempt to tow a vehicle which is not standing on a paved road. General Caution Please pay attention to the following instructions if you are going to use a tow rope: If the gearbox of your vehicle no longer contains any oil because of a defect, your vehicle must only be towed in with the driven wheels raised clear of the ground, or on Driver of the towing vehicle.

Page 169

Breakdown assistance #xF0DE; page 167, fig. 141 #x2013; Screw in the towing eye by hand to the left up to the stop The vehicle can be towed in with a tow bar or a tow rope or with the front or rear right.

Page 170: Fuses And Light Bulbs

Fuses and light bulbs Fuses and light bulbs Electric fuses We recommend that you always have the small box of replacement fuses in your vehicle. You can obtain replacement fuses from #x160;koda original accessories or from a specialist garage Replacing fuses Colour coding of fuses Defect fuses must be replaced.

Page 171

Fuses and light bulbs Fuse cover in engine compartment Fuse assignment in engine compartment Fig. 144 Fuse cover in engine compart- Fig. 145 Schematic representation of ment fuse carrier in engine compartment On some vehicles, the battery cover must be removed before removing the fuse cover Certain electrical components are only standard on certain vehicle model versions or #xF0DE;.

Page 172

Fuses and light bulbs Fuse assignment in the dash panel Power consumer Amperes Lambda probe glow plug system relay Central control unit, right main headlight, right rear light unit Horn Amplifier for digital sound processor Front window wiper Fig. 146 Schematic representation of the fuse carrier in the dash panel Water pump valve for fuel dosing.

Page 173

Fuses and light bulbs Power consumer Amperes Power consumer Amperes Diagnostic socket, light switch, rain sensor Front seat heating Control unit for automatic gearbox, Selector lever lock Heated rear seats Central control unit – interior lights Not assigned Heating, air conditioning, Climatronic Air blower for heating and air conditioning Park Assist Rear window wiper.

Page 174

Fuses and light bulbs Please note that the engine compartment is a hazardous area #xF0DE; page 140, #x201C;Working Others Bulb in the engine compartment#x201D;. Side turn signal lights We recommend that you always have a small box of replacement bulbs in your vehicle. You can obtain replacement bulbs from #x160;koda original accessories or from a specialist Licence plate light garage.

Page 175

Fuses and light bulbs Removing the headlight Parking light at the front Fig. 147 Removing the headlight Fig. 148 Replacing the cover for the lamps of the parking- and low-beam light / removing the bulb for the parking light The headlight must be removed in order to change the light bulb of the parking lights, low beam lights and main beam lights as well as the turn signal lights.

Page 176

Fuses and light bulbs Low beam light Main beam light Fig. 149 Replacing the cover for the lamps of the parking- and low-beam light / removing the Fig. 150 Protective cover for the bulb for the main beam light / removing the bulb for the bulb for the low-beam light main beam light Removing the light bulb for the low beam light.

Page 177

Fuses and light bulbs Turn signal light at the front Light unit (Octavia) Fig. 151 Removing the light bulb for the turn signal light Fig. 152 Luggage compartment: Cover for the lamp holder / removing lamp holders Changing light bulb for turn signal light (at the front) Changing light bulbs in the lamp holder #x2013;.

Page 178

Fuses and light bulbs Rear light unit (Combi) Fig. 153 Luggage compartment: Cover for the lamp holder / removing lamp holders Changing light bulbs in the lamp holder #x2013; Switch the ignition and all lights off. #xF0DE; fig. 153 #x2013; Open the lamp holder cover – left.

Page 180: Used Abbreviations, Performances, Weight, Identification Details

Technical Data Technical Data Technical Data General information Weight The details given in the official vehicle registration documents always take precedence The loading capacity is reduced in line with the range of the special equipment. The over the details in the Owner’s Manual. Please refer to the official vehicle registration unloaden weight contains a fuel tank topped up to 90 %.

Page 181: Guidelines, Dimensions, Engine Oil Specifications

Technical Data Vehicle identification number (VIN) Combined traffic The vehicle identification number – VIN (chassis number) is stamped into the engine The consumption value in the combined traffic consists of 37 % from the value for the compartment on the right hand shock absorber dome. This number is also located on urban traffic and of 63 % from the value for the non-urban traffic.

Page 182

Technical Data Authorised #x160;koda Service Partners are informed by #x160;koda Auto about current changes. Caution This why you should always have engine oil changed by an authorised #x160;koda Service Only the previously-mentioned oils may be used on vehicles with flexible service inter- Partner.

Page 183

Technical Data 1.4 ltr./59 kW – EU5 Engine Power output kW per rpm 59/5000 Maximum torque Nm per rpm 132/3800 4/1390 Number of cylinders/Displacement (cm Performances OCTAVIA COMBI Maximum speed km/h Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h 14,3 14,4 Fuel consumption (in ltr./100 km) and CO emission (in g/km) OCTAVIA COMBI.

Page 184

Technical Data Weight (in kg) OCTAVIA COMBI Permissible gross weight 1740 1745 Unladen weight ready for operation 1245 1260 Loading capacity Loading capacity when using the TLC Max. permissible gross weight per front axle Max. permissible gross weight per rear axle Permissible trailer loads, trailer braked 1100 1100.

Page 185

Technical Data 1.6 ltr./75 kW – EU4, EU2 Engine Power output kW per rpm 75/5600 Maximum torque Nm per rpm 148/3800 4/1595 Number of cylinders/Displacement (cm Performances OCTAVIA COMBI Maximum speed km/h Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h 12,3 12,4 Fuel consumption (in ltr./100 km) and CO emission (in g/km) OCTAVIA COMBI.

Page 186

Technical Data Weight (in kg) OCTAVIA COMBI Permissible gross weight 1870 1885 Unladen weight ready for operation 1270 1285 Loading capacity Loading capacity when using the TLC Max. permissible gross weight per front axle 930/880 920/880 Max. permissible gross weight per rear axle 990/1100 1010/1120 1200.

Page 187

Technical Data 2.0 l/81 kW TDI CR EU4 Engine Power output kW per rpm 81/4200 Maximum torque Nm per rpm 250/1500-2500 4/1968 Number of cylinders/Displacement (cm Performances OCTAVIA COMBI Maximum speed km/h Acceleration 0 – 100 km/h 11,0 11,1 Fuel consumption (in ltr./100 km) and CO emission (in g/km) Urban Ex-urban.

Page 188

Technical Data Weight (in kg) OCTAVIA COMBI Permissible gross weight 1960 1975 Unladen weight ready for operation 1360 1375 Loading capacity Loading capacity when using the TLC Max. permissible gross weight per front axle 1020/980 1020/970 Max. permissible gross weight per rear axle 980/1100 1000/1110 1400.

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