Opel Grandland X (2018 year). Manual - part 5

 

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Opel Grandland X (2018 year). Manual - part 5

 

 

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Storage

Storage

Storage compartments ................ 70

Glovebox ................................... 70

Cupholders ................................ 70

Centre console storage ............. 71

Load compartment ....................... 71

Load compartment cover ........... 73

Rear floor storage cover ............ 74

Lashing eyes ............................. 75

Safety net .................................. 75

Warning triangle ........................ 77

First aid kit ................................. 77

Roof rack system ......................... 77

Roof rack ................................... 77

Loading information ..................... 78

Storage compartments

9 Warning

Do not store heavy or sharp

objects in the storage

compartments. Otherwise, the

storage compartment lid could

open and vehicle occupants could

be injured by objects being thrown

around in the event of hard

braking, a sudden change in

direction or an accident.

Glovebox

On some versions the glovebox is

ventilated. Air ventilation and

temperature depend on the settings

of the climate control system. The air

vent in the glove box can be closed

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 133.

Other versions may have a CD player

in the glove box.
The glovebox should be closed whilst

driving.

Cupholders

Cupholders are located in the centre

console.

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Additional cupholders are located in

the rear armrest. Fold down armrest.

Centre console storage

The storage container can be used to

store small items.
Depending on the version, the

storage compartment is located

under a cover.

Load compartment

The rear seat backrest is divided into

2/3 to 1/3 parts. Both parts can be

folded down individually to increase

the size of the load compartment.
Before folding rear seat backrests,

execute the following if necessary:

● Move front seats forward if

necessary.

● Remove the load compartment

cover 3 73.

● Press and hold the catch to push

the head restraints down 3 46.

Load compartment extension

● Check that the outer seat belts

are lying correctly on the

backrests.

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Storage

● Pull the release lever on one or

both outer sides and fold down

the backrests onto the seat

cushion.

● Alternatively fold seat backrests

from the load compartment: pull

switch on left or right sidewall of

the load compartment to fold the

corresponding part of the rear

seat backrest.

9 Warning

Take care when operating the rear

backrests from the load

compartment. The backrest is

folded with considerable power.

Risk of injury, particularly to

children.
Ensure that nothing is attached to

the rear seats or located on the

seat cushion.

● To fold up, raise the backrests

and guide them into an upright

position until they engage

audibly.

9 Warning

When folding up, ensure that

backrests are securely locked in

position before driving. Failure to

do so may result in personal injury

or damage to the load or vehicle in

the event of hard braking or a

collision.

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Opening the pass through in the

centre backrest

Fold down the rear armrest.

Pull grip and open the cover.

Suitable for loading long, narrow

objects.

Load compartment cover

Do not place any objects on the cover.

Removing cover

Unhook retaining straps from tailgate.

Lift cover at the rear and push it

upwards at the front.
Remove the cover.

Fitting cover

Engage cover in side guides and fold

downwards. Attach the retaining

straps to the tailgate.

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Storage

Rear floor storage cover

The rear floor cover can be lifted and

removed. Raise cover at the loop and

remove.

To hold the load compartment cover

in an upright positon, lift it up past the

retractable stops.

Double load floor

The double load floor can be inserted

in the load compartment in two

positions:

● lower position above the spare

wheel well cover

● upper position interlocked with

the grab handle into back panel

trim

To remove, press the handle to

unlock the load floor and lift it up while

using the handle.
If mounted in the upper position, the

space between the load floor and the

spare wheel well cover can be used

as a storage compartment.
In this position, if the rear seat

backrests are folded forwards, an

almost completely flat load bay is

created.
In the upper position, the double load

floor is able to withstand a maximum

load of 100 kg. In the lower position,

the double load floor is able to

withstand the maximum load of 150

kg.

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Lashing eyes

The lashing eyes are designed to

secure items against slippage, e.g.

using lashing straps or luggage net.

Safety net

The safety net can be installed behind

the rear seats or, if the rear seat

backrests are folded, behind the front

seats.
Passengers must not be transported

behind the safety net.

Installation

Behind the rear seats

● There are installation openings

on both sides in the roof frame

above the rear seats: suspend

and engage rod of net at one

side, compress rod and suspend

and engage at the other side.

● Attach the hooks of safety net

straps in the lashing eyes behind

the rear seats.

● Tension both straps by pulling at

the loose end.

● Rear seat backrests must be

raised up.

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Storage

Behind the front seats

● There are installation openings

on both sides in the roof frame

above the front seats: suspend

and engage rod of net at one

side, compress rod and suspend

and engage at the other side.

● Attach hooks of safety net straps

to loops in the floor in front of the

rear seats. To get access to the

loops, push in the perforated

parts in the floor cover on both

sides. Attach the hooks to the

loops.

● Tension both straps by pulling at

the loose end.

● Push down head restraints and

fold down rear seat backrests

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 71.

Removal

Pull the flap at the tightener on both

sides to release the straps. Detach

hooks from the eyes.
Unhook the safety net rods from the

brackets in the roof frame.
Roll up the net and secure with a

strap.

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Warning triangle

Stow the warning triangle in the space

on the inside of the tailgate and

secure it with the velcro fastener.

First aid kit

Stow the first aid kit in the stowage

compartment on the right side of the

load compartment.

Roof rack system

Roof rack

For safety reasons and to avoid

damage to the roof, the vehicle-

approved roof rack system is

recommended.
Follow the installation instructions

and remove the roof rack when not in

use.

Vehicles with roof railing

Fasten the roof rack in the roof railing

above the mounting points located in

each door frame of the vehicle body.

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Storage

Vehicles without roof railing

Open all doors.
Mounting points are located in each

door frame of the vehicle body.
Detach the cover from each mounting

point and fasten the roof rack with the

attached screws.

Loading information

● Heavy objects in the load

compartment should be placed

against the seat backrests. Make

sure that the backrests are

securely engaged, i.e. no longer

showing the red markings on the

side near the release lever. If

objects can be stacked, heavier

objects should be placed at the

bottom.

● Secure objects with lashing

straps attached to lashing eyes

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 75.

● Secure loose objects in the load

compartment to prevent from

sliding.

● When transporting objects in the

load compartment, the backrests

of the rear seats must not be

angled forward.

● Do not allow the load to protrude

above the upper edge of the

backrests.

● Do not place any objects on the

load compartment cover or the

instrument panel, and do not

cover the sensor on top of the

instrument panel.

● The load must not obstruct the

operation of the pedals, parking

brake and gear selector, or

hinder the freedom of movement

of the driver. Do not place any

unsecured objects in the interior.

● Do not drive with an open load

compartment.

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9 Warning

Always make sure that the load in

the vehicle is securely stowed.

Otherwise objects can be thrown

around inside the vehicle and

cause personal injury or damage

to the load or car.

● The payload is the difference

between the permitted gross

vehicle weight (see identification

plate 3 240) and the EC kerb

weight.
To calculate the payload, enter

the data for your vehicle in the

weights table at the front of this

manual.
The EC kerb weight includes

weights for the driver (68 kg),

luggage (7 kg) and all fluids (fuel

tank 90% full).
Optional equipment and

accessories increase the kerb

weight.

● Driving with a roof load increases

the sensitivity of the vehicle to

cross-winds and has a

detrimental effect on vehicle

handling due to the vehicle's

higher centre of gravity.

Distribute the load evenly and

secure it properly with retaining

straps. Adjust the tyre pressure

and vehicle speed according to

the load conditions. Check and

retighten the straps frequently.
Do not drive faster than 120 km/

h.
The permissible roof load is

80 kg. The roof load is the

combined weight of the roof rack

and the load.

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Instruments and controls

Instruments and

controls

Controls ....................................... 81

Steering wheel adjustment ........ 81

Steering wheel controls ............. 81

Heated steering wheel ............... 81

Horn ........................................... 82

Windscreen wiper/washer ......... 82

Rear window wiper/washer ....... 84

Outside temperature .................. 84

Clock ......................................... 85

Power outlets ............................. 86

Inductive charging ..................... 87

Cigarette lighter ......................... 88

Ashtrays .................................... 88

Warning lights, gauges and indi‐

cators ........................................... 89

Instrument cluster ...................... 89

Speedometer ............................. 91

Odometer .................................. 92

Trip odometer ............................ 92

Tachometer ............................... 92

Fuel gauge ................................ 93

Engine coolant temperature

gauge ....................................... 93

Service display .......................... 93

Control indicators ...................... 94

Turn signal ................................. 95

Seat belt reminder ..................... 95

Airbag and belt tensioners ......... 95

Airbag deactivation .................... 96

Charging system ....................... 96

Malfunction indicator light .......... 96

Stop engine ............................... 96

System check ............................ 97

Brake and clutch system ........... 97

Electric parking brake ................ 97

Electric parking brake fault ........ 97

Antilock brake system (ABS) ..... 97

Gear shifting .............................. 98

Lane departure warning ............ 98

Lane keep assist ....................... 98

Electronic Stability Control and

Traction Control system ........... 98

Engine coolant temperature ...... 98

Preheating ................................. 99

Diesel particle filter .................... 99

AdBlue ....................................... 99

Deflation detection system ........ 99

Engine oil pressure .................... 99

Low fuel ................................... 100

Autostop .................................. 100

Exterior light ............................ 100

High beam ............................... 100

High beam assist ..................... 100

LED headlights ........................ 100

Fog light ................................... 100

Rear fog light ........................... 100

Rain sensor ............................. 100

Cruise control .......................... 101

Adaptive cruise control ............ 101

Vehicle detected ahead ........... 101

Speed limiter ........................... 101

Door open ................................ 101

Information displays ................... 101

Driver Information Centre ........ 101

Info display .............................. 103

Vehicle messages ...................... 105

Warning chimes ....................... 105

Battery voltage ........................ 106

Vehicle personalisation .............. 106
Telematics service ..................... 110

OnStar ..................................... 110

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Instruments and controls

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Controls

Steering wheel adjustment

Unlock lever, adjust steering wheel,

then engage lever and ensure it is

fully locked.
Do not adjust steering wheel unless

vehicle is stationary and steering

wheel lock has been released.

Steering wheel controls

Some driver assistance systems,

Infotainment system and a connected

mobile phone can be operated via the

controls on the steering wheel.

Further information is available in the

Infotainment manual.
Driver assistance systems 3 159.

Heated steering wheel

Activate heating by pressing *.

Activation is indicated by the LED in

the button.

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Instruments and controls

The recommended grip areas of the

steering wheel are heated quicker

and to a higher temperature than the

other areas.
Heating is operational when the

engine is running and during an

Autostop.
Stop-start system 3 141.

Horn

Press j.

Windscreen wiper/washer

Windscreen wiper with adjustable

wiper interval

HI

: fast

LO : slow

INT : interval wiping

OFF : off
For a single wipe when the

windscreen wiper is off, press the

lever down to position 1x.
Do not use if the windscreen is frozen.
Switch off in car washes.

Adjustable wiper interval

Wiper lever in position INT.
Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the

desired wipe interval:
short interval

: turn adjuster

wheel upwards

long interval

: turn adjuster

wheel downwards

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Windscreen wiper with rain sensor

HI

: fast

LO

: slow

AUTO : automatic wiping with rain

sensor

OFF : off
In AUTO position, the rain sensor

detects the amount of water on the

windscreen and automatically

regulates the frequency of the

windscreen wiper.
For a single wipe when the

windscreen wiper is off, press the

lever downwards to position 1x.
Do not use if the windscreen is frozen.

Switch off in car washes.

Adjustable sensitivity of the rain

sensor

Turn the adjuster wheel to adjust the

sensitivity:
low sensitivity : turn adjuster

wheel downwards

high sensitivity : turn adjuster

wheel upwards

Keep the sensor free from dust, dirt

and ice.
Control indicator < 3 82.

Windscreen washer

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Instruments and controls

Pull lever. Washer fluid is sprayed

onto the windscreen and the wiper

wipes a few times.
Washer fluid 3 208.

Rear window wiper/washer

Rear window wiper

Turn outer cap to activate the rear

window wiper:
OFF : off

INT : intermittent operation

ON : continuous operation
Do not use if the rear window is

frozen.

Switch off in car washes.
The rear window wiper comes on

automatically when the windscreen

wiper is switched on and reverse gear

is engaged.
Activation or deactivation of this

function can be changed in the

Vehicle personalisation menu 3 106.

Rear window washer

Push lever.
Washer fluid is sprayed onto the rear

window and the wiper wipes a few

times.

The rear window washer system is

deactivated when the fluid level is

low.
Washer fluid 3 208.

Outside temperature

A drop in temperature is indicated

immediately and a rise in temperature

after a time delay.

Illustration shows an example.
If outside temperature drops to 3 °C,

a warning message is displayed in the

Driver Information Centre.

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9 Warning

The road surface may already be

icy even though the display

indicates a few degrees above

0 °C.

Clock

Date and time are shown in the Info-

Display.
Info-Display 3 103.

Graphic-Info-Display

Press MENU to open the menu page.

Select ˆ.

Select Display configuration.
Select Date and time adjustment.
Set successively the respective

values for date and time by using the

four way switch. Confirm with OK.

7'' Colour-Info-Display

Press ; and then select Settings.
Select Time and Date to display the

respective submenu.

Set Time Format

To select the desired time format,

touch the screen buttons 12 h or 24 h.

Set Date Format

To select the desired date format,

select Set Date Format and choose

between the available options in the

submenu.

Auto Set

To choose whether time and date are

to be set automatically or manually,

select Auto Set.
For time and date to be set

automatically, select On - RDS.
For time and date to be set manually,

select Off - Manual. If Auto Set is set

to Off - Manual, the submenu items

Set Time and Set Date become

available.

Set time and date

To adjust the time and date settings,

select Set Time or Set Date.
Touch + and - to adjust the settings.

8'' Colour-Info-Display

Press SET and then select the

OPTIONS.

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