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Mazda BT-50 Quick Manual Mazda BT-50 Quick Manual I. Operation 1 Running In No special running in is necessary, but a few precautions in the first 1 000 km (600 miles) may add to the performance, economy and life of your Mazda. ã Don’t race the engine. ã Don’t maintain one constant speed for long. ã Don’t drive constantly at full throttle or high engine rpm for extended periods of time. ã Avoid unnecessary hard stops. ã Avoid full throttle starts. ã Don’t tow a trailer. Ignition Switch Pos
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  Mazda BT-50 Quick Manual Mazda BT-50 Quick Manual  I. Operation 1 Running In No special running in is necessary, but a few precautions in the first 1 000 km(600 miles) may add to the performance, economyand life of your Mazda. ã  Don’t race the engine. ã  Don’t maintain one constant speed for long. ã  Don’t drive constantly at full throttle or high engine rpm for extended periods of time. ã  Avoid unnecessary hard stops. ã  Avoid full throttle starts. ã  Don’t tow a trailer. Ignition Switch Positions LOCK  The steering wheel locks to protect against theft. Only in this position can the key be removed.  ACC (Accessory) The steering wheel unlocks and some electrical accessories will operate. ON This is the normal running position after the engine is started. The warning lights should be inspected before the engine is started. START The engine is started in this position. It will crank until you release the key; then it returns to the ON position.To change the angle of the steering wheel, stop the vehicle, pull the tilt wheel release lever under the steering column down, adjust the wheel, then push the release lever up to lock the column. Tilt wheel release lever 3 Front Seats Head RestraintFolding the Seatback (Bench Seat) LeverLever Seat Recline (Separate Seat) Stop-catchreleaseLever * Some models 2 Ignition Switch Seat Slide 4 Tilt Steering Wheel 11  4-Wheel Drive (4WD) Operation (With Remote Free-Wheel System) Remote Free-Wheel (RFW) Switch The RFW switch automatically disengages the front wheels from the drive assembly when pressed. When you don’t need to shift to 4WD while driving, or you want to save on fuel consumption, press the RFW switch to disengage the front wheels from the drive assembly. This will allow the front wheels to rotate freely without assistance from the drive assembly. 2H to 4H When the RFW LOCK indicator light is off : 1. Stop the vehicle in a safe area away from traffic. 2. Shift the transfer shift lever to 4H. The RFW LOCK indicator light will illuminate. When the RFW LOCK indicator light is on : Shift the transfer shift lever to 4H. You can make the shift while driving. 4H to/from 4L 1. Stop the vehicle in a safe area away from traffic.2. Depress the clutch pedal.3. Shift the transfer shift lever from 4H to 4L (or from 4L to 4H). 4H to 2H Shift the transfer shift lever to 2H. You can make the shift while driving. Temperature control dial A/C SwitchFan control dialMode selector dial Air intake selectorRearwindowdefrosterswitch For more detailed information see your Mazda BT-50 Owner’s Manual.The details and specifications described are subject to change without noticeand may vary according to locale.Contact: mazdainfo@ccn.co.za or 08600 MAZDA © Mazda Southern Africa Operating the Compact Disc (CD) Player*/ In-Dash CD Changer* Discup buttonDiscdownbuttonChannel presetbuttonsChannel presetbuttonsLoad buttonCD slotCD play buttonCD ejectbuttonFast-forward buttonReversebuttonRandombuttonTrackup buttonTrackdownbuttonRepeatbuttonDisplay Display buttonCD Player/In-DashCD ChangerIn-DashCD Changer Use the transfer shift lever to shift from 2WD to 4WD, and vice versa. The transfer shift lever has four positions: 9 Transfer Shift Lever 2H (2WD) : In this position, only the rear wheels are powered. Use this position for normal driving on paved surfaces. 4H (4WD, high range) : In this position, all four wheels are powered. Use this position for normal driving on sandy, muddy or slippery surfaces. N (Neutral) : No wheels are powered. 4L (4WD, low range) : In this position, all four wheels are powered. Use this position when climbing steep hills that require greater traction than 4H, or when descending steep hills that require braking assistance.  Various Lockouts:  8 Automatic Transmission Controls 7 Audio System5Instrument Cluster and Indicators  6 Air Conditioning System Transmission Ranges The shift lever must be in P or N to operate the starter. P (Park) :  P locks the transmission and prevents the front wheels from rotating. R (Reverse) :  In position R, the vehicle moves only backward. You must be at a complete stop before shifting to or from R. N (Neutral) : In N, the wheels and transmission are not locked. The vehicle will roll freely even on the slightest incline unless the parking brake or brakes are on. D (Drive) : D is the normal driving position. From a stop, the transmission will automatically shift through a 5-gear sequence. 3-2 :  The 3 or 2 position is helpful when driving in slow-moving traffic and when climbing a hill. 1 : Use the 1 position when pulling heavy loads and climbing steep grades. Indicates the shift lever can be shifted freely into any position.Indicates that you must hold in the lock-release button to shift. Lock-release buttonWithout overdrive If the transmission is frequently shifting between 5th and 4th gear, the overdrive should be switched off. The transmission will now shift only between gears 1 to 4.  10  Lighting Control OnOnOffOnOffOffSwitch PositionHeadlightsTail lightsParking lightsNumber plate lightsOFF Headlights To turn on the lights, turn the headlightswitch on the end of the control lever. Headlight Levelling* The number of occupants and weight of cargo in the cargo bed change the angle of the headlights. The headlight levelling switch adjusts this angle.The following chart shows examples of proper switch settings.LoadSwitchpositionDriver X–0 XX3 X: Yes –: No Meters and Gauges TachometerEngine Coolant Temperature GaugeOdometer, Trip Meter and Trip Meter SelectorFuel GaugeSpeedometer Instrument Panel Illumination When the headlight switch is in the or position, rotate the thumb-wheel to adjust the brightness of the instrument panel lights. BrightDim  14  Outside Mirrors Power control mirror* The ignition switch must be in the ACC or ON position. To adjust :1. Press the left or right side of theselector switch to choose the left or right side mirror.2. Depress the mirror switch in theappropriate direction. After adjusting the mirror, lock the control by placing the selector switch in the middle position. OutsidemirrorSelector switchMirror switch 15  Storage Compartments Mini Storage Tray To use, pull the latch, then pull the tray out. Centre Console (Except Regular Cab) To open, pull the lower release catch. Small items can be placed in the tray of the centre console lid. II. Safety  1 SRS Air Bags The supplemental restraint systems (SRS) has two basic subsystems : ã  The air bag system with inflators and air bags. ã  The electrical system with crash sensors and diagnostic module. The air bags are mounted in the following locations : the center of the steering wheel, the passenger side of the dashboard and in the outboard sides of the front seatbacks. They are out of sight until activated. Side crash sensorInflator and air bagInflator and air bagInflator and air bag III . Security  This system remotely locks and unlocks the doors. Operating the theft-deterrent system with the keyless entry system transmitter is also possible on theft-deterrent system-equipped vehicles. Lock buttonUnlock button ãTransmitter IV  . Emergencies 1 Spare Tyre and Tool Storage JackTool bagJack leverSpare tyre Regular cab Spare tyre Double cab 2WD4WDJackJackTool bagTool bagJack lever BJack leverJack lever A  3 Emergency Towing 2WD (Except High clearance model)4WD/High clearance model Tiedown hooks  V. Maintenance 1 Tyre Inflation Pressure Inspect the antifreeze protection and coolant level in the coolant reservoir at least once a year—at the beginning of the winter season—and before travelling where temperatures may drop below freezing. The coolant should be at full in the radiator and between the FULL and LOW marks on the coolant reservoir when the engine is cool. Inspect all tyre pressures monthly (including the spare) when the tyres are cold. Maintain recommended pressures for the best ride, top handling and minimum tyre wear. Diesel engineRight-hand drive modelLeft-hand drive modelGasoline engine(F2 and G6 engines)Gasoline engine(V6 engine) * Some models Changing the engine oil should be done by an expert repairer. We recommend an Authorized Mazda Repairer. The brakes and clutch draw fluid from the same reservoir. Inspect the fluid level in the reservoir regularly. It should be kept at MAX. The level normally drops with accumulated distance, a condition associated with wear of brake and clutch linings. If it is excessively low, have the brake/clutch system inspected by an expert repairer. We recommend an Authorized Mazda Repairer. Gasoline engine (G6 engine)Gasoline engine (V6 engine)Diesel engineGasoline engine (F2 engine) Turn the wipers on by pulling the lever down. — Mist INT  — Intermittent 1  — Normal 2  — FastFor a single wiping cycle, push the lever up to MIST. 12  Windscreen Wipers  Air Bag System Description Crash sensorsand diagnosticmodule (SAS unit)  1 Immobiliser System* The optional immobiliser system allows the engine to start only with a key the system recognises. If someone attempts to start the engine with an unrecognised key, the engine will not start, thereby helping to prevent the theft of your vehicle.  Arming The system is armed when the ignition switch is turned from the ON to the ACC position. The security indicator light in the instrument panel flashes every 2 seconds until the system is disarmed. Disarming The system is disarmed when the ignition switch is turned to the ON position with the correct ignition key. The security indicator light illuminates for about 3 seconds and goes out. 2 Keyless Entry System*2 Engine Coolant 1. Be sure the vehicle is on a level surface.2. Warm up the engine to normal operating temperature.3. Turn it off and wait at least 5 minutes for the oil to return to the sump.4. Pull out the dipstick, wipe it clean, and reinsert it fully.5. Pull it out again and examine the level. It’s OK between Low and Full. But if it’s near or below Low, add enough oil to bring the level to Full.6. Make sure the O-ring on the dipstick is positioned properly before reinserting the dipstick. 3 Inspecting Engine Oil Level4 Brake/Clutch Fluid FL FullLowOK FullLowOK FullLowOK FullLowOK  13  Power Windows* CloseOpenLeft front window Operating the Driver’s Side Power WindowManual opening/closing To open the window to the desired position, lightly hold down the switch. To close the window to the desired position, lightly pull up the switch.  Auto-opening/closing To fully open the window automatically, press the switch completely down. To fully close the window automatically, pull the switch completely up. Front Seatbelt Pretensioner and Load Limiting Systems In moderate or greater frontal or near-frontal accidents, the front air bag and pretensioner systems deploy simultaneously. The pretensioners take up slack in the front seatbelts as the air bags are expanding. The seatbelt pretensioner system cannot provide adequate protection in an accident if the seatbelt is not fastened properly.The load limiting system releases belt webbing in a controlled manner to reduce belt force on the occupant’s chest. Pretensioner tightens seatbelt in a collision.Load-limiter releases the belt in a controlled fashion. 2 Seatbelt Systems2 To Remove the Spare Tyre 1. Insert the jack lever through the slot in the rear panel and fully into the spare tyre carrier socket.2. For 4WD/High clearance model vehicles, attach the jack handle to jack lever B.3. Slowly turn the jack lever or jack handle counter clockwise until the spare tyre reaches the ground and the chain becomes loose.4. Pass the retaining plate up through the centre of the spare tyre. Retaining plateJack lever BJack handle4WD/High clearance model
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