fuse VAUXHALL GRANDLAND X 2020 Owner’s Manual

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92Instruments and controlsOverdued service is indicated by a
message in the Driver Information
Centre which indicates the overdued
distance. C flashes and then
illuminates permanently until service
is executed.
Reset of service interval After each service, the service
indicator must be reset to ensure
proper functionality. It is
recommended to seek the assistance of a workshop.
If service is executed by yourself,
operate as following:
● switch off ignition
● press and hold button CHECK
● switch on ignition, the distance indication begins a countdown
● when the display indicates =0,
release the button
The symbol C disappears.Retrieving service information
To retrieve the status of the service
information at any time press button
CHECK . The service information is
displayed for a few seconds.
Service information 3 250.
Control indicators The control indicators described are
not present in all vehicles. The
description applies to all instrument
versions. Depending on the
equipment, the position of the control indicators may vary. When the
ignition is switched on, most controlindicators will illuminate briefly as afunctionality test.
The control indicator colours mean:red:danger, important reminderyellow:warning, information, faultgreen:confirmation of activationblue:confirmation of activationwhite:confirmation of activation
See all control indicators on different
instrument clusters 3 87.
Turn lights
O illuminates or flashes green.
Illuminates briefly The parking lights are switched on.
Flashes
Turn lights or the hazard warning
flashers are activated.
Rapid flashing: failure of a turn light or associated fuse, failure of turn light on
trailer.
Bulb replacement 3 219.
Turn lights 3 117.

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Driving and operating185The LED comes on after a delay when
passing another vehicle slowly.
Operation conditions
The following conditions must be
fulfilled for proper operation:
● all vehicles are moving in the same direction and in adjacent
lanes
● the speed of your vehicle is between 7 and 87 mph
● passing a vehicle with a speed difference of less than 6 mph
● another vehicle is passing with a speed difference of less than
15 mph
● the traffic flow is normal
● driving on a straight or slightly curved road
● the vehicle is not pulling a trailer
No alert will be given in the following
situations:
● in the presence of non-moving objects, e.g. parked vehicles,
barriers, street lights, road signs
● with vehicles moving in the opposite direction● driving on a winding road or asharp corner
● when passing or being passed by
a very long vehicle, e.g. lorry,
coach, which is at the same time
detected at the rear in the blind
spot angle and present in the
driver’s forward field of vision
● in very heavy traffic, vehicles detected in front and behind are
confused with a lorry or a
stationary object
● when passing too quickly
Deactivation The system is deactivated in the
vehicle personalisation 3 107. B
extinguishes in the instrument cluster.
Additionally, an acoustic signal
sounds.
The state of the system is stored
when switching off the ignition.
The system is automatically
deactivated when towing an
electrically connected trailer.
Due to adverse weather conditions
such as heavy rain, false detections
may occur.Fault
In the event of a fault, B flashes for a
few moments in the instrument panel,
accompanied by C and a display
message. Contact a dealer or a
qualified workshop to have the
system checked.
Panoramic view system
This system allows views of the
vehicle’s surroundings to be
displayed as a nearly 360° picture in
the Info Display, like a bird’s eye view.
The system uses: ● rear camera, installed in the tailgate
● ultrasonic parking sensors in the rear bumper
● front camera, installed in the front
grill below the enblem
● ultrasonic parking sensors in the front bumper

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210Vehicle careVehicle careGeneral Information. 210
Accessories and vehicle modifications . 210
Vehicle storage . 212
End-of-life vehicle recovery . 212
Vehicle checks . 213
Performing work . 213
Bonnet . 213
Engine oil . 214
Engine coolant . 215
Washer fluid . 215
Brakes . 216
Brake fluid . 216
Vehicle battery . 216
Diesel fuel system bleeding . 218
Wiper blade replacement . 218
Bulb replacement . 219
Halogen headlights . 219
LED headlights . 221
Front fog lights . 221
Tail lights . 221
Side turn lights . 224
Number plate light . 225
Interior lights . 225Electrical system. 225
Fuses . 225
Engine compartment fuse box . 226
Instrument panel fuse box . 227
Vehicle tools . 229
Tools . 229
Wheels and tyres . 230
Winter tyres . 230
Tyre designations . 230
Tyre pressure . 231
Tyre deflation detection system . 232
Tread depth . 233
Changing tyre and wheel size . 233
Wheel covers . 234
Tyre chains . 234
Tyre repair kit . 234
Wheel changing . 237
Spare wheel . 239
Jump starting . 242
Towing . 244
Towing the vehicle . 244
Towing another vehicle . 245
Appearance care . 246
Exterior care . 246
Interior care . 248
Floor mats . 248General Information
Accessories and vehicle modifications
We recommend the use of genuine parts and accessories and factory
approved parts specific for your
vehicle type. We cannot assess or
guarantee reliability of other products — even if they have a regulatory or
otherwise granted approval.
Any modification, conversion or other
changes made to standard vehicle
specifications (including, without
limitation, software modifications,
modifications of the electronic control units) may invalidate the warranty
offered by Vauxhall. Furthermore,
such changes may affect driver
assistance systems, may impact fuel
consumption, CO 2 emissions and
other emissions of the vehicle and
cause the vehicle to no longer
conform to the operating permit,
impacting the validity of your vehicle
registration.

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Vehicle care225
2. Turn bulb socket clockwise andremove from light assembly.
3. Detach the bulb from the bulbsocket and replace the bulb.
4. Insert bulb socket and turnanticlockwise.
5. Insert left end of the light assembly, slide to the left and
insert right end.
Number plate light
Number plate lights are designed as LEDs and can not be changed.
Have lights repaired by a workshop in
case of failure.
Interior lights
Have the following bulbs replaced by
a workshop:
● courtesy light, reading lights
● load compartment light
● instrument panel illuminationElectrical system
Fuses Data on the replacement fuse mustmatch the data on the defective fuse.
There are two fuse boxes in the
vehicle:
● engine compartment
● instrument panel
Before replacing a fuse, turn off the
respective switch and the ignition.
A blown fuse can be recognised by its melted wire.Caution
Do not replace the fuse until the
cause of the fault has been
remedied.
Some functions are protected by
several fuses.
Fuses may also be inserted without
existence of a function.

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226Vehicle careFuse extractorA fuse extractor may be located in the
fuse box in the engine compartment.
The extractor has two sides, each
side is designed for a different type of fuses.
Grab the fuse with the fuse extractor
and withdraw the fuse.
Engine compartment fuse
box
The fuse box is in the front left of the
engine compartment.
Disengage the cover and remove it. Depending on the version, different
engine compartment fuse boxes are
available:
No.Circuit9Anti-theft alarm system10Stop-start system11Diesel exhaust system13Stop-start system15Electric power steering / Radar22Horn29Starter

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Vehicle care227No.Circuit1Climate control2Steering wheel4Electric parking brake6Air vent16Front fog lights18Right high beam (Halogen) /
Right headlight (LED)19Left high beam (Halogen) /
Right headlight (LED)21StarterNo.Circuit22Heated windscreen26Additional Heater / Heated
windscreen
After having changed defective fuses,
close the fuse box cover and lock it.
If the fuse box cover is not closed
correctly, malfunction may occur.
Instrument panel fuse box
In right-hand drive vehicles, the fuse
box is located behind a cover in the
glovebox. Open the glovebox and
remove the cover.
Depending on the version, different
instrument panel fuse boxes are
available:No.Circuit1Electronic key system / Anti-
theft alarm system4Stop-start system5Advanced parking assist /
Camera / Transmission control
module7Amplifier8Rear wiper

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277Charging status. 198
Charging system . 94
Child locks . 28
Child restraint installation locations . 64
Child restraints. 61
Child restraint systems . 61
Cigarette lighter . 87
Climate control . 15
Climate control systems . 122
Clock. 83
Collision damage repair . 270
Control indicators. 92
Control of the vehicle . 134
Controls . 79
Convex shape . 36
Coolant and antifreeze . 254
Cruise control . 99, 159
Cupholders . 68
Curtain airbag system . 59
Curve lighting. 114
D Danger, Warnings and Cautions . 4
Daytime running lights . 114
Declaration of conformity . 268
DEF . 142
Deflation detection system . 98
Diesel exhaust fluid . 142
Diesel fuel system bleeding . 218Door open . 100
Doors . 29
Drive modes . 151
Driver alert . 193
Driver assistance systems . 159
Driver Information Centre . 100
Driving characteristics and towing tips . 205
Driving hints . 134
E Electric adjustment . 36
Electrical system. 225
Electric parking brake . 95, 152, 153
Electric parking brake fault . 95
Electronic climate control system 126
Electronic driving programmes ..149
Electronic key system . 22
Electronic Stability Control and Traction Control system . 96, 156
Electronic Stability Control and Traction Control system off . 97
Emergency call . 110
End-of-life vehicle recovery . 212
Engine compartment fuse box . 226
Engine coolant . 215
Engine coolant temperature . 97
Engine coolant temperature gauge . 91
Engine data . 260Engine exhaust . 141
Engine identification . 257
Engine oil . 214, 254, 258
Engine oil level monitor . 91
Engine oil pressure . 98
Entry lighting . 121
Event data recorders . 271
Exhaust filter . 97, 141
Exit lighting . 121
Exterior care . 246
Exterior light . 98
Exterior lighting . 12, 112
Exterior mirrors . 36
F
Fault . 149
First aid . 75
First aid kit . 75
Fixed air vents . 132
Floor mats. 248
Folding mirrors . 37
Forward collision alert. 170
Front airbag system . 58
Front fog lights . 99, 118, 221
Front pedestrian protection . 175
Front seats. 45
Fuel. 201
Fuel for diesel engines . 202
Fuel for petrol engines . 201

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278Fuel gauge . 90Fuses . 225
G
Gauges . 89
Gear selection . 147
Gear shifting . 96
General information . 205
Glass panel . 42
Glovebox . 68
Glovebox cooler . 132
H Halogen headlights . 219
Hazard warning flashers . 117
Headlight flash . 113
Headlight range adjustment . 114
Headlights. 112
Headlights when driving abroad 114
Head restraint adjustment . 8
Head restraints . 44
Heated mirrors . 37
Heated rear window . 40
Heated steering wheel . 80
Heated windscreen . 41
Heating . 50, 51
Heating and ventilation system . 122
High beam . 99, 113
High beam assist . 99
Hill start assist . 155
Horn . 13, 80Hybrid system active. 95
Hybrid system fault . 95
I Identification plate . 256
Ignition switch positions . 134
Immobiliser . 36
Indicators . 89
Inductive charging . 86
Info Display . 102
Instrument cluster . 87
Instrument panel fuse box . 227
Instrument panel illumination control . 119
Instrument panel overview . 10
Interior care . 248
Interior lighting . 119
Interior lights . 120, 225
Interior mirrors . 38
Interruption of power supply . 149
Introduction . 3
J
Jump starting . 242
K Keys . 20
Keys, locks . 20L
Lane departure warning . 96, 190
Lane keep assist . 96, 191
Lashing eyes . 73
LED headlights . 99, 114, 221
Lighting features . 121
Light switch . 112
Load compartment . 29, 69
Load compartment cover . 71
Loading information . 76
Low beam . 99
Low fuel . 98
M
Malfunction indicator light . 94
Manual anti-dazzle . 38
Manual mode . 148
Manual seat adjustment . 46
Manual transmission . 150
Mirror adjustment . 9
Misted light covers . 119
N New vehicle running-in . 134
Number plate light . 225
O
Object detection systems . 176
Odometer . 89
Oil, engine . 254, 258