Pontiac 2006 Relay Getting To Know Manual

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DRIVER INFORMATION Instrument Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 Instrument Panel Cluster . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Driver Information Center (DIC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY FEATURES Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 Remote Start . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 ENTERTAINMENT FEATURES Audio Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7 Multiple-Disc CD Changer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .9 Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System (DVD Player) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .10 Steering Wheel Audio Controls . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 CONVENIENCE FEATURES Daytime Running Lamps (DRL) . . . . . . . . . . . . .11 Interior Lamps . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Cruise Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .12 Window Washer Fluid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 Passenger Air Bag Status Indicator . . . . . . . . .13 Universal Home Remote . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .13 OnStar® . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14

Power Sliding Doors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .14 Rear Seat Climate Control with RSE . . . . . . . . .15 Folding Rear Seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 Foldaway Tray . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Rear Hideaway Storage Bins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Child Restraints (LATCH) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .16 Overhead Rail Bins . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 115-Volt Power Outlet . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Air Inflator Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 Rear Parking Assist (RPA) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17 PERFORMANCE FEATURES Automatic Level Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 Traction Control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18 StabiliTrak® – Stability Control System . . . . . . .18 Proper Tire Pressure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 OWNER INFORMATION Service Intervals . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Vehicle Symbols Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Roadside Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20 My Saturn . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .20

Congratulations on your purchase of a Saturn RELAY. Please read this information and your Owner Manual to ensure an outstanding ownership experience. Note that your vehicle may not include all the features described in this booklet. Keep this booklet with your Owner Manual for easy reference.



See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

M. Parking Brake N. Horn O. Cruise Controls P. Climate Controls Q. Heated Seat Controls R. Glove Box

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H. Passenger Air Bag Status Indicator I. Audio System J. Exterior Lamps Control K. Interior Lamps Control L. Hood Release

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A. Air Outlets B. Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever C. Steering Wheel Audio Controls D. Instrument Panel Cluster E. DIC Controls F. Traction Control Button G. Hazard Warning Flashers Button

DRIVER INFORMATION

Instrument Panel

Instrument Panel Cluster A

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Your vehicle’s instrument panel is equipped with this cluster or one very similar to it. The instrument panel cluster includes these key features: A. Fuel Gauge B. Speedometer C. Tachometer

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D. Driver Information Center Display/Odometer E. Engine Coolant Temperature Gauge

NOTE: The instrument panel cluster is designed to let you know about many important aspects of your



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vehicle’s operation. It is important to read your Owner Manual and become familiar with the information being relayed to you by the lights, gauges, DIC messages and indicators, as well as what action can be taken to ensure safety and to prevent damage. 3

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

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Driver Information Center (DIC)

Your vehicle’s Driver Information Center, located below the tachometer in the instrument panel cluster, can display trip information, fuel economy information, personalization features and other vehicle messages and warnings.

The DIC controls are located on the instrument panel to the right of the steering wheel. Vehicle Information Press the (Information) button to scroll up or down through the following Vehicle Information selections: • Dual Trip Odometers (Trip A and Trip B) • Time Elapsed • Average Speed • Fuel Range (approximate miles until empty) • Average Fuel Economy • Instantaneous Fuel Economy • Battery Voltage • Oil Life (percentage of engine oil life remaining before an oil change is needed. This service should be

performed within 600 miles of the Change Oil Soon message being displayed) Resetting Vehicle Information 1. Display the information selection to be reset by pressing the (Information) button. 2. Press and hold the (Set/Reset) button until the selection resets. Note: The Oil Life System must be reset after each oil change to help ensure the proper maintenance of your vehicle. Use the procedure described above to reset the Oil Life System.

Trip Odometer Reset The trip odometer has a retroactive reset feature, which sets the trip odometer to the number of miles driven since the ignition was last turned on. This can be useful if you forget to reset the trip odometer before beginning a trip. To use the retroactive reset feature, push and hold the trip/reset button for at least six seconds. Note: If the remote vehicle start system is used to start the vehicle, the trip odometer will not recognize that ignition cycle and will set the trip odometer to the number of miles driven since the last key-start ignition cycle.

Display Units and Language Press the (Menu) button to scroll through the following features: • Display Units — The units of measure in which information will be displayed • Language — The DIC display language

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Personal Program and Compass (if equipped) Press the (Menu) button to scroll through the following features: • Personal Program — Certain features that may be programmed to your personal preference • Compass Zone — The compass can be set for one of 15 geographic zones • Compass Calibration — Adjusts for compass variance and zone To display the odometer, press the button. Personal Program You can personalize the operation of a variety of features on your vehicle. To scroll through the features that can be personalized using the DIC: 1. Turn on the ignition and place the vehicle in Park. 2. Press the (Menu) button until PERSONAL PROGRAM is displayed. 3. Press the (Set/Reset) button to begin. 4. Press the button to display each available feature. 5. Press the button to change the setting of each feature. Personal Program features may include: • Factory Default — Resets all Personal Program features to the factory settings • Exterior Light Delay — The amount of time the exterior lamps will remain on after the vehicle is turned off • Interior Lights Keys Removed — The interior lights will remain on a short

period after the key is removed from the ignition • Delayed Locking — Locks all doors a few seconds after all doors have been properly closed • Content Theft — The status of the Content Theft-Deterrent System alarm • Fob Lock Feedback — The feedback received when locking the vehicle with the RKE transmitter • Remote Start — The status of the Remote Start function • Rear Park Chime — Warning chimes sound when the system detects a person or object close to the rear of the vehicle when in Reverse • Personalize Key — Saves radio station presets and Personal Program selections to a specific ignition key • Automatic Door Unlocking — Automatically unlocks the driver’s door or all doors • Auto Unlock On — Unlocks the driver’s door or all doors when the key is removed from the ignition or when the vehicle is shifted into Park • Fob Unlock on First Press — The first press of the unlock button on the RKE transmitter will unlock the driver’s door or all doors To exit Personal Program, you must press the Unlock button on the RKE transmitter (key fob). This will save all settings. To display the odometer, press the button.

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Compass Your vehicle’s compass is self-calibrating. However, it may be necessary under certain circumstances, such as during a long-distance cross-country trip, to compensate for compass variance and reset the compass zone through the DIC. Refer to the calibration procedure in your Owner Manual for more details. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

REMOTE KEYLESS ENTRY FEATURES

Remote Keyless Entry (RKE)

This feature allows you to lock or unlock your vehicle’s doors, open or close the power sliding door(s) (if equipped) and sound an alarm using the RKE transmitter (key fob). Locking the Doors • Press on the RKE transmitter. Unlocking the Doors • Press on the RKE transmitter once to unlock the driver’s door. Press the button again within five seconds to unlock all doors. Sounding the Panic Alarm • Press on the RKE transmitter when the ignition is turned off. The horn will sound and the parking lamps and headlamps will flash for up



to two minutes. To cancel the panic alarm, press the button again or insert the key in the ignition and turn it to the Run position. Opening and Closing the Power Sliding Door(s) (if equipped) • Press on the RKE transmitter to open the passenger-side power sliding door. Press the button again to close the door. • Press on the RKE transmitter to open the driver-side power sliding door. Press the button again to close the door. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.

Remote Start (if equipped)

This feature allows you to start the engine from outside the vehicle by using the RKE transmitter. (Normal remote start transmitter range is within approximately 200 feet of the vehicle.) You can also preset the vehicle’s climate control system to heat or cool the vehicle interior. The engine will run for about 10 minutes before turning itself off, but can be extended 10 minutes more by performing another remote start sequence at any time. After two consecutive remote starts, no additional remote starts are allowed until the vehicle has been started with the ignition key.

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The remote start system will not operate if the doors, hood or liftgate is open or if the key is in the ignition. Starting the Vehicle 1. Aim the RKE transmitter at the vehicle. 2. Press and release the (Lock) button on the RKE transmitter. 3. Immediately press and hold the (Remote Start) button for about two seconds. 4. When the vehicle starts, the parking lamps will light and stay on while the engine is running. 5. Repeat these steps for a 10-minute time extension. After a remote start, the key must be inserted in the ignition and turned to the Run position before driving. Canceling a Remote Start If you wish to turn off the engine instead of driving after a remote start, perform one of the following functions: • Press and hold the button until the parking lamps turn off. • Press and release the Hazard Warning Flashers button inside the vehicle. Press the button again to turn off the hazard warning flashers. • Turn the key in the ignition switch to the Run position and then Off. • The engine will automatically stop when time expires. Note: If your vehicle is equipped with Remote Start, instructions for operating this feature are provided on a tag that can be attached to your vehicle’s key chain for easy reference.

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

ENTERTAINMENT FEATURES Audio Systems

Setting the Time 1. Press and hold the Hour (H) or Minute (M) button, located on the lower-left corner of the radio, to enter the clock mode. ADJUST CLOCK will be displayed. 2. Press and hold the H button until the correct hour appears on the display. 3. Press and hold the M button until the correct minute appears on the display. Radio Data System (RDS) RDS has the capability to: • Seek only stations with the types of programs you want to listen to • Seek stations with traffic announcements • Receive announcements concerning local and national emergencies • Receive and display messages from radio stations RDS features are only available for use on FM stations that broadcast RDS signals. These features will work only when the RDS information is available.

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Radio Controls Top Knob (Power/Volume): Press this knob to turn your audio system on and off. Turn this knob to increase or decrease the volume. (Tune): Turn this knob to select radio stations. : Press the right or left arrow to go to the next or previous station and stay there. To scan radio stations, press and hold either arrow for two seconds until a single beep sounds and FREQUENCY SCAN appears on the display. To scan preset stations, press and hold either arrow for four seconds until two beeps sound and PRESET SCAN appears on the display. Press either arrow again to stop scanning. BAND: Press this button to switch between FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2 (if equipped) or AM. CD AUX (Auxiliary): Press this button to switch to playing a CD instead of the radio. This button also is used to switch between a CD in the CD player and a CD or DVD in the DVD player. (Information): When using the Radio Data System (RDS), press this button to display RDS options, such as station name, RDS station frequency, Program Type (PTY), and the name of the program, if available. CAT (Category): When using XM Radio, press this button to retrieve many different categories of information. TRAF (Traffic): When using the Radio Data System (RDS), press this button to seek a station that broadcasts traffic announcements.



AUTO EQ (Automatic Equalization): Press this button to select customized equalization settings. (Automatic Volume): Use this control to automatically adjust audio system volume to compensate for vehicle speed.

Note: During extended use, your vehicle’s radio buttons may become warm to the touch. This is normal.

Presetting Radio Stations You can preset up to 30 radio stations (six FM1, six FM2, six XM1, six XM2 and six AM) by using the radio’s six numbered buttons. 1. Press BAND to select FM1, FM2, XM1, XM2 or AM. 2. Tune in a desired station. 3. Press AUTO EQ to select the equalization, if desired. 4. Press and hold one of the six numbered buttons until you hear a beep. Repeat the steps for each button. CD Player Controls Your vehicle’s audio system features an MP3-capable CD player. (Tune): Turn this knob to go to the next or previous track. (Reverse): Press and hold this button to reverse the current track. (Fast Forward): Press and hold this button to fast-forward through the current track. RDM (Random): Press this button to hear the tracks in random order. Press the button again to turn off random play.

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RPT (Repeat): Press this button to hear a track over again. Press the button again to turn off repeat play. (Song List): Press and hold this button to save and play up to 20 track selections in the song list. MUTE (if equipped): Press this button to silence the audio system. Press this button again to turn the sound on. (Load) (if equipped): Press this button to load CDs into the six-disc CD player. (Eject): Press this button to eject a CD. (Eject operates with the ignition or radio off.) : Press the left arrow to go to the start of the current track or the right arrow to go to the next track. Press and hold either arrow button to continue moving backward or forward through the CD. To scan a CD, press and hold either arrow button for more than two seconds until SCAN is displayed. The first 10 seconds of each track will be played. Press and hold either arrow button for more than four seconds until CD SCAN is displayed to play the first 10 seconds of the first track of each loaded CD. Press either arrow button to stop scanning. BAND: Press this button while a CD is playing to listen to the radio instead. AUTO EQ (Automatic Equalization): Press this button to select the desired equalization setting while playing a CD. The setting will be automatically recalled whenever a CD is played. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

Multiple-Disc CD Changer (if equipped)

Loading CDs 1. Turn the ignition on. 2. Press the button once to load one disc. Press and hold the button to load multiple discs. 3. The unit will beep and INSERT CD # will be displayed. 4. Insert a CD partway into the slot, label side up; the player will pull in the CD. 5. LOADING CD # will be displayed. 6. Follow the display prompts to load additional CDs. The last CD loaded will automatically begin to play. Press the radio preset button (1–6) to play a specific CD. To eject one disc, press the button once. To eject multiple discs, press and hold the button. Note: CDs with any labels may jam in the CD player. Label a CD using a permanent marker. If more than one CD is inserted into the slot at one time, or if scratched or damaged CDs are played, the CD player could be damaged. When using the CD player, use only CDs in good condition without added labels; load one CD at a time; and keep the CD player and the loading slot free of foreign materials, liquids and debris.

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

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Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System (DVD Player)

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The Rear Seat Entertainment (RSE) System can play a DVD, CD or MP3 disc. All passengers can listen to the system using the vehicle speakers. Passengers in the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats also can listen using the wireless headphones (if equipped) or by plugging owner-provided wired headphones into the two headphone jacks. Using the DVD Player 1. Switch the ignition to either the Accessory or Run position. 2. Insert a disc into the overhead DVD player. 3. Fold down the screen to a vertical position. 4. All DVD, CD and MP3 discs will begin playing automatically. When playing a DVD, you may be required to press the (Play) button on the DVD player or the remote control (if equipped) to start playing the movie if the DVD stops at a menu screen. Using the Vehicle Speakers 1. Turn on the radio. 2. Press the CD/AUX button on the radio until DVD is displayed. 3. Adjust speaker volume using the radio volume control knob.

Using the Wireless Headphones (if equipped) 1. Depending on the wireless headphones in your vehicle, move the headphone switch to Channel A or 1 to listen to the disc in the DVD player. 2. Turn on the headphones. 3. Adjust the volume using the dial on each headphone. Using Owner-Provided Wired Headphones 1. Insert the headphone connector into the left or right headphone jack behind the DVD screen (next to the Parental Control button). 2. To adjust the volume: • Press the (wired headphone) button on the DVD player (press the left button (A) for the left jack and the right button (B) for the right jack, located in each lower corner on the DVD player) each time you want to adjust the volume. • Use the arrow keys on the DVD player to increase or decrease the volume. The vehicle’s Rear Seat Entertainment System is capable of many modes of operation. Front-seat, 2nd- and 3rd-row passengers can listen to different audio/video sources at the same time using the Rear Seat Audio controls and the wireless headphones (if equipped). Note: Front-seat passengers have control over an audio source if the rear-seat passengers are listening to the same source through the RSE System.

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RSE Parental Controls While a disc is playing in the DVD player, press the Parental Control button, located behind the video screen next to the auxiliary jacks, to stop the video and mute the headphone audio. The DVD and Rear Seat Audio (RSA) lights will blink. It will also disable all other button operations except the Eject button. Press the button again to restore normal operation.

(Seek): Seeks radio stations or the next track on a CD. BAND: Selects AM, FM or XM Satellite Radio (if equipped).

1–6: Cycles through the radio presets or loaded CDs. (Mute): Mutes the volume.

(CD/AUX): Switches between a CD and DVD. (Volume): Adjusts audio volume.

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

CONVENIENCE FEATURES If the DVD player is off and a disc is in the player, pressing the Parental Control button will turn on the DVD player and automatically resume playing the disc if the vehicle ignition is in the Run or Accessory position. This allows front seat passengers to turn on the DVD player while younger passengers remain safely buckled in the 2nd- or 3rd-row seats.

Daytime Running Lamps (DRL)

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

Steering Wheel Audio Controls (if equipped)

The steering wheel-mounted audio controls allow you to adjust the radio and CD player while keeping your hands on the wheel.

Your vehicle is designed so that front lights are always on when the ignition is in the Run position and the vehicle is in any gear except Park. At night, or in reduced light such as tunnels, an automatic headlamp control turns on the front and rear lights. The DRLs can be disabled by shifting into Park. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

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Interior Lamps

The interior lamps control knob is located on the instrument panel to the left of the steering wheel. (On): Turns on the interior lamps. (Door): Enables the interior lamps to illuminate when a door is opened and the key is removed from the ignition. (Override): Disables the interior lamps. (Instrument Panel Brightness Control): Turn the knob clockwise to brighten the lights and counterclockwise to dim them. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

Cruise Control

The cruise control lever is attached to the right side of the steering column, permitting convenient tap up/tap down speed adjustments.

Turn On the Cruise Control System • To turn on cruise control, press in the ON/OFF button at the end of the cruise control lever. The white stripe on the button will not be visible when cruise control is turned on. Setting Cruise Control Speed 1. Accelerate to your cruising speed (must be over 25 mph). 2. Push down on the cruise control lever to the 8SET — position and release it. 3. Remove your foot from the accelerator pedal. 4. The cruise control symbol on the instrument cluster will illuminate. Adjusting Cruise Control Speed • Tap or hold the cruise control lever up (6RES +) to increase speed or down (8SET —) to decrease speed. • Pull up the cruise control lever to resume (6RES +) your set cruising speed. Canceling Cruise Control Speed • Press the brake pedal to cancel your set cruising speed, or • Pull the cruise control lever toward you to cancel your set cruising speed. Turn Off the Cruise Control System • To turn off cruise control, press in the ON/OFF button again. Note: If you accelerate above the set cruising speed and maintain that speed for at least one minute, your set speed will be cancelled and the cruise control symbol on the instrument cluster will turn off.

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.



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Window Washer Fluid

Your vehicle’s windshield washer fluid reservoir, located under the hood, sends washer fluid to both the front windshield and the rear window. When the reservoir is almost empty, the rear washer will no longer receive fluid, thereby conserving fluid for the windshield. It’s recommended to refill the reservoir when you notice the rear washer is not receiving any fluid. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

Passenger Air Bag Status Indicator

Your vehicle is equipped with a Passenger Sensing System located in the front passenger seat for the front passenger frontal air bag, and a passenger air bag status indicator located on the instrument panel center stack. Note: It is recommended that children not be placed in the front passenger seat, even with the Passenger Sensing System. All children should be secured in a rear seat, including an infant riding in a rear-facing infant seat, a child riding in a forward-facing child seat and an older child riding in a booster seat.

See Sections 1 and 3 of your Owner Manual.



Universal Home Remote (if equipped)

Universal Home Remote is a combined universal transmitter and receiver that can activate up to three devices such as garage door openers, entry door locks, gates and security systems. It’s recommended that you read the instructions in your Owner Manual completely before attempting to program any of the three channels on the Universal Home Remote. The engine should be turned off when programming the remote. Note: Do not use the Universal Home Remote with any garage door opener that does not have the “stop-andreverse” feature or any opener manufactured before April 1, 1982.

See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.

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OnStar ® (if equipped)

The OnStar system provides in-vehicle safety, security, and phone services, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. These services are easily accessed through the three OnStar buttons in your vehicle. For more information about OnStar features, refer to the OnStar Owner’s Manual and Audio CD, located in your glove box. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.

Power Sliding Doors (if equipped)

On equipped vehicles, driver-side and/or passenger-side Power Sliding Doors provide added operating convenience. The Power Sliding Doors may be controlled by: Switches on the Overhead Console • (Driver-side Door): Press the top of the switch (closer to you) to open the door; press it again to close. • (Passenger-side Door): Press the top of the switch (closer to you) to open the door; press it again to close.





(Disable Function): Press the bottom of either power sliding door overhead switch (closer to the wind shield) to disable that door’s power operation (the doors will still operate manually).

Note: Pressing the disable function button disables the power door switches only. It does not disable the power door buttons on the RKE transmitter.

Door Switches • Located inside the van, just in front of each sliding door. • Press the switch for the corresponding door to open; press it again to close. RKE Transmitter • The RKE transmitter (key fob) buttons with van icons facing left and right operate the corresponding driver-side and passenger-side doors. • Press the button to open the door; press it again to close. Door Handle (inside or outside) • Pull a handle with the door opened or closed and it will energize and continue operation without further assistance. Note: If you accidentally open the driver-side power sliding door when refueling the vehicle, the door will open eight to 10 inches, stop and power will be cut off. A chime will sound. This is normal operation to prevent damage to the vehicle while the fuel door is open. To restore power, close the driver-side power sliding door manually and close the fuel door. The door will now resume normal operation.

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Power Sliding Door Obstructions The power sliding door will automatically reverse to the open position if anything obstructs its path while it is closing. Resistance to the sliding door must be as great as or greater than the force of the closing door to cause it to reverse. The force of the closing door increases significantly as the door approaches the final latched position. Pressing the door switch next to the corresponding sliding door, or on the RKE transmitter, will stop a closing power sliding door. The door also may be stopped immediately by pressing the power sliding door disable switch on the overhead console. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.

Rear Seat Climate Control with the RSE System (if equipped)

The driver or the rear seat passengers can operate the rear seat climate control. The driver can operate the rear seat climate control by using the rear fan switch located at the bottom center of the front climate control panel. When the rear fan switch on the front climate control panel is set to the AUX position, rear seat passengers can adjust the fan speed and temperature using the controls on the Rear Seat Entertainment System (DVD player) control panel. If the rear fan switch is not in the AUX position, DISABLED will be shown on the DVD display.

To decrease or increase the rear temperature or fan speed, press the (temperature) button or (fan) button on the DVD player, and then press the or arrow buttons to decrease or increase the settings. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

Folding Rear Seats

Your vehicle has either two bucket seats or two captain’s chairs in the 2nd row and a 50/50 split bench seat in the 3rd row. 2nd-Row Bucket Seats The bucket seats can be reclined or folded. Fold the bucket seats for easier access to the 3rd-row seats. To fold a 2nd-row bucket seat: 1. Pull up the recline lever, located on the right side of the seat when seated, and fold the seatback all the way forward. 2. Pull the nylon strap, located behind the seat, to release the rear seat latch from the floor and raise the rear base of the seat up and forward. 2nd-Row Captain’s Chairs The captain’s chairs can be reclined, adjusted forward or rearward, or folded. Fold the captain’s chairs for easier access to the 3rd-row seats. To fold a 2nd-row captain’s chair: 1. Pull up the adjustment bar located at the bottom front of the seat and move the seat to its most rearward position. 2. Pull up the recline lever, located on the outboard side of the seat, and fold the seatback all the way forward.

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The captain’s chairs feature seatback storage units to store the wireless headphones (if equipped) and other items. The covers of the storage units can be removed for cleaning. The storage units also are provided on the front-row captain’s chairs. 3rd-Row 50/50 Split Bench Seat To fold the seats for more cargo room: 1. Pull the seatback latch located on the back of the seat. 2. Fold the seatback forward. The headrest will flip rearward if it contacts an object when the seat is folded forward. 3. Once the seatback is folded down, the easiest way to latch it (or unlatch it if folding up the seat) is to stand next to it with the sliding door open and the 2nd-row seat folded forward. 4. Push down on the folded seatback to ensure that it is secure. See Section 1 of your Owner Manual.

Foldaway Tray (if equipped)

The utility tray is located on the right side of the driver’s seat and the driverside 2nd-row captain’s chair. It features a tray and cupholders. The cupholder liners may be removed to accommodate larger beverage containers and to be handwashed. Both utility trays can be folded down for easy access to the 2nd- and 3rd-row seats.

Raising the Tray Table • Pull up on the tray table to lock it into position. Lowering the Tray Table • Pull the release handle located at the front of the tray table; then lower it into the stowed position. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.

Rear Hideaway Storage Bins (if equipped)

The rear hideaway storage bin behind the 3rd-row seat provides extra storage space for a variety of items. To open the storage bin cover, pull up on the cover latch. The black prop rods will hold the cover up in place. To close the storage bin cover, pull the prop rod toward you while holding the cover; then lower the cover to close it. An illustrated instruction label is located on the inside of the driver-side cover. See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.

Child Restraints (LATCH)

Your vehicle is equipped with LATCH anchors, and may have top tethers for use with a LATCH compatible child restraint. If your child restraint is not compatible with the LATCH system, you may still use it by installing the child restraint with the seat belt system. Choose a child seat that is appropriate for the child’s age and size (weight and height). See Section 1 of your Owner Manual.

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Overhead Rail Bins (if equipped)

Overhead rail system storage bins featuring a variety of accessories are available from your retailer. The storage bins do not slide on the rails, but can be removed and repositioned. Installing a Storage Bin 1. Place the storage bin on the rails in the desired location. 2. Push firmly upward on the bin while supporting it with one hand. 3. Push in on each latch and rotate it 90 degrees (A). 4. Firmly press down making sure the latch is flat with the ribs (B) on the storage bin. 5. Switch hands and repeat Steps 2 through 4 for the latch on the opposite side of the storage bin. A

115-Volt Power Outlet (if equipped)

The 115-volt power outlet located in the rear trim panel just behind the 3rd-row seat on the passenger side provides convenient plug-in power to run electronic equipment such as video games, a small TV or a cell phone charger. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

Air Inflator Tools (if equipped)

The air inflator unit is located in the rear compartment on the driver’s side of the vehicle, behind an access cover. It can be used to inflate tires, balls and other items. The inflator kit includes an air hose and three nozzle adapters. See Section 5 of your Owner Manual.

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See Section 2 of your Owner Manual.



Rear Parking Assist (RPA) (if equipped)

Your vehicle’s Rear Parking Assist (RPA) operates when the shift lever is moved into Reverse and vehicle speed is less than 3 mph. Four ultrasonic sensors located on the rear bumper are used to detect the distance to the object. The RPA display, located near the rear window inside the vehicle, uses three colorcoded lights to provide distance information to the driver.

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The RPA system features a different sequence of warning lights and chimes than on previous systems. • When in reverse, a chime will sound the first time an object is detected if the object is between 20 inches and five feet away. • At five feet, the RPA indicator (located near the rear dome light) will display one amber light. • As you move closer, an additional amber light will appear. • A continuous chime will sound and two amber lights and one red light will appear when you reach 20 inches or closer. To disable Rear Parking Assist, press the switch located in the overhead console. Note: The RPA system indicator lights will flash red if it is not functioning properly. This condition is most likely caused by either dirty ultrasonic sensors (located on the rear bumper) or if your vehicle exceeds 3 mph when backing up. Under certain conditions, such as towing a trailer, you may want to turn off the rear parking assist by using the switch on the overhead console.

See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

PERFORMANCE FEATURES Automatic Level Control (if equipped)

Vehicles equipped with automatic level control will exhibit a “whirring” sound under the rear of the vehicle. This is normal. Under additional rear loads (passengers or cargo), this sound indicates

that the level control compressor is working — sending additional air to your rear shock absorbers to provide a level ride height. See Section 4 of your Owner Manual.

Traction Control (if equipped)

The Traction Control system activates every time you start your vehicle. When one or more of the drive wheels begin to spin from traction loss, the Traction Control system will apply braking to the spinning wheel(s) and may reduce engine power until traction is regained. If your vehicle becomes stuck, and rocking the vehicle is required, turn off the system. Press the button located on the instrument panel to turn the system off or back on. See Section 3 of your Owner Manual.

StabiliTrak ® – Stability Control System (if equipped)

StabiliTrak is an advanced computercontrolled vehicle stability enhancement system that assists with directional control of the vehicle during sudden maneuvers or low traction situations in poor weather. It is normal to hear the system working, and the system will automatically disengage cruise control when activated. StabiliTrak is always on and fully functional and does not require any driver input. See Section 4 of your Owner Manual.

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Proper Tire Pressure

Check all tires frequently to maintain the recommended pressure. A Tire and Loading Information label, located near the driver’s door latch, shows the correct inflation pressures for your tires when they’re cold. “Cold” means your vehicle has been sitting for at least three hours or driven no more than one mile. See Section 5 of your Owner Manual.

OWNER INFORMATION Service Intervals

Your vehicle’s Oil Life System indicates the need for engine oil and filter changes as necessary. Your vehicle maintenance schedule is now based on these oil change intervals as called for by the Oil Life System, not by mileage. Refer to the recommended maintenance information in your Owner Manual for additional details about the maintenance needed in order for your vehicle to operate properly. See Section 5 of your Owner Manual.

Vehicle Symbols Glossary

Following are examples of symbols you may find on your vehicle. It is important to become familiar with them, as they alert you to various vehicle operating conditions. Air Bag Readiness and Warning Light Air Conditioning (A/C)

Antilock Brake System Warning Light

Brake System Warning Light Cruise Control Set Fan Control Headlamps

High Coolant Temperature Horn

Instrument Panel Brightness Control

Interior Lamps Override Button Low Battery Life Low Fuel

Low Traction/Vehicle Stability Malfunction Indicator Lamp (Check Engine Light) Off/On

Oil Pressure

Parking Lamps

Power Sliding Door, Driver’s Side Power Sliding Door, Passenger’s Side Rear Window Defogger Remote Start

Safety Belt Reminder Light Security Light

Temperature Control

Traction Control Off Light

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Roadside Assistance

1-800-553-6000 TTY Users: 1-888-889-2438 As the proud owner of a new Saturn vehicle, you are automatically enrolled in the Saturn Roadside Assistance program. This value-added service is intended to provide you with peace of mind as you drive in the city or travel the open road. Saturn’s Roadside Assistance toll-free number is staffed by a team of technically trained advisors who are available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The advisors can provide minor repair information or make arrangements to tow your vehicle to the nearest Saturn retailer. We will provide the following services for 3 years/36,000 miles (60,000 km), at no expense to you: • Fuel delivery • Lockout service (identification required) • Tow to nearest dealership for warranty service • Flat tire assistance • Jump starts In many instances, mechanical failures are covered under Saturn’s comprehensive warranty. However, when other services are utilized, our advisors will explain any payment obligations you might incur.

For prompt and efficient assistance when calling, please provide the following information to the advisor: • Location of the vehicle • Telephone number and your location • Vehicle model, year and color • Vehicle mileage • Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) • Vehicle license plate number Saturn reserves the right to limit services or reimbursement to an owner or driver when, in Saturn’s judgment, the claims become excessive in frequency or type of occurrence. Roadside Assistance and OnStar (if equipped) If your vehicle is OnStar-equipped, press the blue OnStar button and the vehicle will send your current GPS location to an OnStar Advisor who will speak to you, assess your problem, contact Roadside Assistance and relay your exact location so you will get the help you need.

My Saturn

As your home away from home on the Internet, you can take advantage of My Saturn’s numerous owner benefits, including vehicle maintenance schedules, service reminders, frequently asked questions, retailer information and more. So visit the My Saturn owners site at Saturn.com and enjoy the ride.

Certain restrictions, precautions and safety procedures apply to your vehicle. Please read your Owner Manual for complete instructions. All information contained herein is based on information available at the time of printing and is subject to change without notice. Copyright 2005 by GM Corp. All rights reserved. 06RELAYGTK A


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