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Table of Contents
- Important Information
- Child Restraint System (CRS)
- Supplementary Restraint System (SRS - Airbags) (if Equipped)
- Child Lock (if Equipped)
- Anti-Theft Device Immobilizer / PEPS
- Anti-Lock Braking System (ABS) (if Equipped)
- Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD)
- Additional Safety Features (as Available)
- Opening and Closing
- Keys (as Available)
- Smart Key (PEPS)
- Smart Key Features
- Flip Key Features
- Tailgate Opening (as Available)
- Power Sunroof (if Available)
- Dashboard and Features
- Instrument Cluster (TFT Screen)
- Instrument Cluster (LCD Screen)
- Audio Reminders (if Available)
- Combi-Switch (RH Stalk)
- Combi-Switch (LH Stalk)
- Fascia Switches
- Steering Wheel Switches (LHS) (if Available)
- Steering Wheel Switches (RHS) (if Available)
- MIC (if Available)
- Infotainment System Display (if Available)
- Speakers & Tweeter (if Available)
- USB Charger (if Available)
- Power Socket
- Antenna (if Available)
- Shark Fin Antenna (if Available)
- Roof Grab Handle (if Available)
- Front Fog Lamps (if Available)
- Rear Fog Lamps (if Available)
- Puddle / Ajar Lamp
- Side Indicator Lamp on Orvm
- Ambient Lights (if Available)
- Assist) Connected
- Wireless Power Charging
- Stowage Areas
- Storage Compartment
- Climate Control
- Air Distribution
- HVAC Controls (if Available)
- Fully Automatic Temperature Control (FATC)
- Cabin Air Purification
- Starting and Driving
- Pre Driving Checks
- Driving Tips
- Seat Adjustments
- Rear View Mirrors
- Steering Wheel Adjustment (if Available)
- Steering Lock and Ignition Switch (if Available)
- Starting and Stopping (Without PEPS)
- Starting and Stopping (PEPS) (if Available)
- Engine Passive Start - Conditions
- Engine Passive Stop - Conditions
- Manual Transmission (MT)
- Stopping the Vehicle
- Parking Brake
- Automatic Vehicle Hold (if Equipped)
- Reverse Park Assist (if Available)
- Rear Park Assist with Camera (if Available)
- Drive Mode (if Available)
- Terrain Response Mode (if Available)
- Emergency and Breakdown Assistance
- Emergency Equipment
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- Bulb Specification
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- Remote Key Battery Replacement (for Flip Key)
- Smart Key Battery Replacement (for PEPS Vari- Ant)
- On Board Diagnostic (OBD II) System
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- Service Instructions
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Summary of Contents for TATA Motors Safari 2021
- Page 1 OWNER’S MANUAL Revision: Rev 01/AUG 2021...
- Page 2 In our constant endeavour to provide assistance and complete You can also approach nearest TATA MOTORS dealer. service backup, TATA MOTORS has established an all India cus- A separate Dealer network address booklet is provided with the tomer assistance centre.
- Page 3 Always carry out prescribed service / maintenance work as well as any required repairs at an authorized TATA MOTORS Dealers or Authorized Service Centre’s (TASCs). Use only genuine parts for continued reliability, safety and performance of your vehicle.
- Page 4 Please note that your vehicle may not be equipped with all features described. TATA MOTORS PASSENGER VEHICLE LIMITED reserves the right to introduce changes in the design, equipment and technical features without any obligation to install them on the vehicles previously sold. The equipment in your vehicle may therefore differ from that shown in the descriptions and illustrations.
Page 5: Table Of Contents
- Page 6 CONTENTS Power Socket 05. CLIMATE CONTROL Antenna (if available) Air Distribution Shark Fin Antenna (if available) Air Vents Roof Grab Handle (if available) HVAC Controls (if available) Front Fog Lamps (if available) Fully Automatic Temperature Control (FATC) (if available) Rear Fog Lamps (if available) Cabin Air Purification Puddle / Ajar Lamp Roof Lamp...
- Page 7 CONTENTS Manual Transmission (MT) 24 X 7 Road Assistance Driving 08. MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Stopping The Vehicle Braking Maintenance And Service Parking Brake Engine Compartment Automatic Vehicle Hold (if equipped) Tyres Reverse Park Assist (if available) Remote Key Battery Replacement (for Flip key) Rear Park Assist With Camera (if available) Smart Key Battery Replacement (for PEPS vari- ant)
- Page 8 CONTENTS Lubricant Specification Technical Specifications Vehicle Dimensions Aggregate Identification Numbers 10. CAR CARE Car Care Fast Tag Value Care - AMC Extended Warranty Value Added Services Vehicle Exterior Enrichment Vehicle Interior Enrichment 11. WARRANTY - TERMS AND CONDITIONS Vehicle Warranty: Terms And Conditions 12.
Page 9: Safety
- Page 10 Tow the There is no hard and fast rule about aqua- vehicle to a safe place. Contact a near- planing. The best advice is to slow down est TATA MOTORS Authorised Service when the road is wet. Centre...
- Page 11 SAFETY Night Driving Driving on Gradients Driving on Highway • Ensure that all lights are working and When climbing gradient, the vehicle may Stopping distance progressively, windshield, window glasses are clean. begin to slow down and show a lack of creases with vehicle speed.
Page 12: Seat Belts
- Page 13 • If the seat belt webbing or hardware If the vehicle has been involved in a colli- is damaged, get it replaced immedi- sion, get it inspected immediately at au- ately at TATA Motors Authorized thorized TATA MOTORS SERVICE service centre.
- Page 14 SAFETY Seat Belt with Load Limiter (if Use of Seat Belts for Pregnant equipped) Woman You can use the load limiter seat belts in WARNING the same manner as ordinary seat belts. • Pregnant woman must wear a cor- The seat belt load limiter system works in rectly positioned seat belt.
- Page 15 If the driver does not fasten seat belt, cover may affect function of occupant seat belt reminder lamp will blink and sensor. TATA motors does not recom- a buzzer will sound for pre-defined du- mend any non-validated seat covers on ration until the driver’s seat belt is...
Page 16: Child Restraint System (Crs)
- Page 17 SAFETY Recommended CRS Position as Per Interme- the Vehicle Matrix Front Rear diate Out- Inter- Rear The suitability of seat position for carriage Mass Pas- Out- board medi- Group Age Group Cen- of children and recommended category of Group sen- board Second CRS is shown in the table below as per the...
- Page 18 (as may be applicable) inves- senger seat. If the PAB inflates, a child • Do not use pillows, books or towels tigated at TATA MOTORS Authorized serv- in a rear facing CRS could be seriously to boost your child’s height. ice center.
- Page 19 SRS warning indicator in the instrument cluster illuminates continuously, it means that there is malfunction in the system. Re- move the CRS from front passenger seat and contact your TATA MOTORS author- ized service center. NOTE The above images are for reference...
Page 20: Supplementary Restraint System (Srs - Airbags) (If Equipped)
- Page 21 SAFETY Side airbags (if equipped), are mounted in Curtain airbags (if equipped), are mounted NOTE front row seats for outboard occupants above the doors along the roof on both • Open your windows and doors as only. sides. soon as possible after collision to re- duce prolonged exposure to the smoke and powder released by the inflating airbag.
- Page 22 SAFETY until the vehicle is parked and the WARNING engine is turned off. • Even in vehicles with Airbags, you • If an occupant is out of position dur- and your passengers must always ing collision, the rapidly deploying wear the seat belts provided. In Airbag may forcefully contact the order to minimize the risk and sever- occupant causing serious or fatal in-...
- Page 23 SAFETY NOTE The above images are for reference purpose only.
- Page 24 Please be aware that any unse- We recommend the customer to imme- cured item in your vehicle, such as diately visit TATA MOTORS authorized your pet, unsecured CRS or a lap- service center and get the SRS system top, can become a potential hazard...
- Page 25 Authorized TATA MOTORS Dealer the use of rearward-facing child restraint Side airbags and side curtain airbags (if for necessary guidance.
Page 26: Child Lock (If Equipped)
- Page 27 SAFETY NOTE • Lift the lock lever upward to deacti- vate the childproof lock when not re- quired. • Child safety lever to be used for safety of child for preventing them to open rear door while seating in pas- senger seat to avoid accident while vehicle is running.
Page 28: Anti-Theft Device Immobilizer / Peps
Page 29: anti-lock braking system (abs) (if equipped), page 30: electronic brake force distribution (ebd).
- Page 31 SAFETY brake too soft. The HBA function detects Engine Drag Torque Control (EDTC) the critical situation and builds up addi- On slippery road conditions during in- gear tional brake pressure to reduce the brak- Braking or Shift down of gear or sudden ing distance.
Page 33: Opening And Closing
- Page 34 The engine will start only if all the codes also be drained due to frequent match. cranking. Loss of Keys If one of the key is lost, contact your near- est TATA MOTORS authorized dealer im- mediately.
Page 35: Smart Key (Peps)
- Page 36 OPENING AND CLOSING Unlocking Door with Emergency Key • Slot is provided below driver door han- dle. • Insert the key blade in slot and turn • Outer cover of door handle will be un- clockwise to unlock the door. lock first.
Page 37: Smart Key Features
Page 38: flip key, page 39: flip key features, page 40: door, page 41: windows.
- Page 42 OPENING AND CLOSING struction or resistance detected. Glasses are wound up by pulling the NOTE switch and are lowered by pressing. Thus, it gives full and reliable protection for Power windows can be operated for 30 hand, neck and any obstacles as well. WARNING sec.
Page 43: Bonnet
- Page 44 OPENING AND CLOSING Closing To close the bonnet, hold the bonnet by one hand, disengage the stay rod and clamp it back properly. Lower the bonnet close to the bumper, then let it drop down. WARNING Ensure that the bonnet is properly locked before driving or it can fly up un- expectedly during driving.
Page 45: Tailgate Opening (As Available)
- Page 46 OPENING AND CLOSING On closing the tail gate door, Tail gates key. WARNING gets locked. Open the rear door. Tail gate can’t be locked using mechan- Fold the rear seat. NOTE ical key/ flip key/ smart key. It can be And access the tailgate opening lever locked by slamming it.
Page 47: Fuel Lid
Page 48: power sunroof (if available).
- Page 49 OPENING AND CLOSING 2. Sunshade Close Position Push the switch (6) to close the Sun- shade. Express (one touch) close to close Sun- shade completely. Manual (long press) Close and stop at de- sired position 3. Sunroof Open Position Push the switch (5) to open the Sun- shade.
- Page 50 OPENING AND CLOSING Push the switch (1) to open the Sunroof. 5. Sunroof Tilt Open/close Position 4. Sunroof Close Position Express (one touch) open to open Sun- roof completely. Manual (long press) open and stop at de- sired position. NOTE During sliding sunroof Express (one touch) open operation, Sunshade will also open in synchronization with slid-...
- Page 51 Follow The Emergency Close Com- this 4th at-tempt. protection may not function properly. mand As Below: Visit an authorized TATA Motors dealer Once the sunroof or Sunshade is com- or an authorized TATA Motors Service Emergency close feature can be used, if pletely closed, release the switch.
- Page 52 OPENING AND CLOSING fuse, the sunroof/ Sunshade must be ini- lease the Switch to complete the pro- NOTE tialized. cedure. If the initializing procedure is not com- Otherwise Express (one touch) function The self-learning command is com- pletely performed, then it has to be run (open/close/tilt) and pinch protection func- plete.
- Page 53 See an authorized TATA ble to lock the vehicle, start the en- Motors dealer or an authorized gine, turn on the ignition and TATA Motors Service Facility. operate the sunroof. • The Sunshade can be opened and closed independently when the slid-...
Page 55: Dashboard And Features
Page 56: instrument cluster (tft screen).
- Page 57 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Speedometer Tachometer Fuel Gauge When the ignition switch is in “ON” posi- tion, fuel gauge gives an approximate in- dication of the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. In indication window, “F” stands for full and “E” stands for empty. Speedometer indicates the vehicle speed Tachometer indicates engine speed in rev- in km/h.
- Page 58 ‘OFF’ the engine and TORS Authorized service centre. allow it to cool down for some time. Con- tact the nearest TATA MOTORS author- The Indicator should be within the accept- ized service center immediately for able range. i.e., between “E” and “F”.
- Page 59 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Similarly for Low DEF Quality & SCR Fault suddenly. This is due to the move- there are featured text and warnings pres- ment of DEF in the tank. ent to alert the driver regarding condition • If SCR Fault issue comes the take of DEF System.
- Page 60 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Driver Information System Driver Information System Image Description Indicates distance travelled by a vehicle. The odometer reading Odometer does not return to “0” when maximum value is reached, the dis- play will freeze to maximum value. The trip meter can be used to measure the distance travelled on Trip meter A &...
- Page 61 Current gear position NOTE: If “Fault” is displayed it means a ‘Fault’ condition. Contact (indicator) (for MT & AT- the TATA MOTORS authorized service centre. Manual Mode) In case of Manual Transmission, the gear number shall be dis- played when the clutch is fully released.
- Page 62 User has to drive the vehicle in recommended speed to change the gear. Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD) System Fault Electronic Brake Distribu- User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta- tion Fault tion. This message displayed when transmission oil temperature is Transmission Oil Temper- higher than allowable limit.
- Page 63 This message displayed when transmission related failure is pres- Transmission Failure ent. Drive Cautiously Visit User has to take the vehicle to Authorized Tata motors service sta- Service Centre tion. This message displayed when transmission related failure is pres- Transmission failure Mal- ent.
- Page 64 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Instantaneous Fuel Economy (IFE) Power and Torque Average Fuel Economy (AFE) Trip A It indicates fuel economy of current drive Indicates the amount of power and torque when Ignition is turned ‘ON’. delivered by engine in the particular driv- ing condition.
- Page 65 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Distance To Empty (DTE) To see the Average fuel economy in the In- NOTE strument cluster. Press the switch • If DTE is displayed as ‘—-‘, then on the RHS of the steering switch. take your vehicle to the TATA MO- Trip time, Average speed and Trip distance TORS Authorized Service Centre.
- Page 66 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Setting Screen To change the option from unit to service Service Reminder Reset You can select Service reminder reset reminder reset by pressing on the screen by scroll down & pressing set but- RHS of steering switch. ton in settings screen.
- Page 67 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Outside Ambient Temperature About Screen NOTE You can select about option by scroll up or For an accurate temperature reading, down and pressing set button on make sure the vehicle speed is above RHS steering switches. It displays open 30 kmph.
- Page 68 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES TPMS screen with low tire pressure: TPMS screen with high tire pressure: warning message then take vehicle to service center. TPMS screen with no fault: NOTE NOTE If tyre pressure is low, then you will get If tyre pressure is high, then you will get to see the red hollow mark on that tyre to see the red filled mark on that tyre in in the Instrument Cluster.
- Page 69 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES TPMS screen with combination of failures TPMS screen with TPMS ECU Malfunc- in tires: tion: TPMS screen with Air leakage:...
- Page 70 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Display Messages on Instrument Cluster Below messages can be displayed in the screen for 3 sec based on the priority. Warning Messages (messages displayed within the Red border) NOTE: All messages may not be applicable to your vehicle Warning / Information Title Warning Message Title Warning Message On Instrument Cluster...
- Page 71 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning / Information Title Warning Message Title Warning Message On Instrument Cluster Fuel Level Low State Fuel Level Warning Fuel Level Low Fasten seat belt front passenger Seat Belt Reminder Fasten Front passenger Seat Belt Transmission Failure Limp home Acti- Transmission System Malfunction Detected Contact Service Center vated Visit Service Center...
- Page 72 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning / Information Title Warning Message Title Warning Message On Instrument Cluster Engine Stops in “Value” Km DEF quality warning 4 DEF Quality Low Check DEF System Engine Stops in “Value” Km DEF quality warning 5 DEF Quality Low Check DEF System DEF quality warning 6 DEF Quality Low...
- Page 73 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Alert Messages (messages displayed within Grey border) NOTE: All messages may not be applicable to your vehicle. Alert / Information Title Alert Message Title Action To Be Taken HDC Deactivation Due To Speed System Deactivated Speed Crossed Set Hill Decent Control Above Set Value Limit...
- Page 74 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Alert / Information Title Alert Message Title Action To Be Taken Cruise Override Cruise Control Cruise Override Hill Descent Control Switched On Hill Descent Control HDC Turned ON Shift to Park (P/N) - vehicle Start Transmission Alert Shift to Park or Neutral to Start Engine function for AT vehicle Park Brake Alert...
- Page 75 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Drive Alert NOTE • This alerts is for Manual Trans-mis- sion (MT) vehicle. • The warnings are generated post faulty drive event and is not the live event. • The fault is logged after the clutch pedal is fully released and gear in- formation received.
- Page 76 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Interrupt Messages NOTE: All messages may not be applicable to your vehicle. Alert / Information Title Action To Be Taken Rotate steering wheel (In ESCL jam condition) Press Start Button while Turning Wheel Smart key out of range Smart Key Out of Range Drive Alert - Tea Break Take a Break...
- Page 77 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Alert / Information Title Action To Be Taken TPMS High Pressure High Tire Pressure - Deflate Tire TPMS High Temperature Tire Overheated Slow Down Combination alerts Check Tires Malfunction TPMS Malfunction - Contact Service Centre Air Leak Leakage Detected Check Tires Fault TPMS Error - Check Tires...
Page 78: Instrument Cluster (Lcd Screen)
- Page 79 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Speedometer Tachometer Fuel Gauge When the ignition switch is in “ON” posi- tion, fuel gauge gives an approximate in- dication of the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. “F” stands for full and “E” stands for empty.
- Page 80 ‘OFF’ the MODE button. engine and cool it down for some time. The display does not show actual value Contact the nearest TATA MOTORS Au- thorized Service Centre immediately for unless vehicle is moving. rectification.
- Page 81 • On getting defined text messages related to Quality and SCR Fault, take your vehicle to the nearest TATA MOTORS Authorized service center. The Indicator should be within the accept- able range. i.e., between “E” and “F”. When DEF in tank is near to empty posi-...
- Page 82 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Driver Information System Driver Information System Image Description Indicates distance travelled by a vehicle. The Odometer reading Odometer does not return to “0” when maximum value is reached, the dis- play will freeze to maximum value. The trip meter can be used to measure the distance travelled on Trip meter A &...
- Page 83 Current gear position indi- NOTE: If “F” is displayed it means a ‘Fault’ condition. Contact cator (For MT) the TATA MOTORS authorized service centre. In case of Manual Transmission, the gear number shall be dis- played when the clutch is fully released.
- Page 84 DIS. Current gear position indi- NOTE: If “F” is displayed it means ‘Fault’ condition. Contact the cator (For AT) TATA MOTORS Authorised Service Centre. In case of Automatic Transmission, the Gear numbers shall be displayed as per automatic gear selected.
- Page 85 • Average Fuel Consumption will get If DTE is displayed as ‘—-‘, then take Reset to ‘0’ when Battery is re- your vehicle to the TATA MOTORS au- moved and refitted. thorized service centre. Distance To Empty (DTE) Instrument Cluster Illumination Trip time, Average speed and Trip distance will reset to ‘0’...
- Page 86 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Outside Ambient Temperature TPMS Screens WARNING The clock and instrument cluster illumi- NOTE nation settings should be changed only When start the vehicle or make ignition when the vehicle is in stationary condi- ON it may happen Pressure & Temp tion for safety purposes.
- Page 87 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES TPMS screen with low tire pressure TPMS screen with combination of failures TPMS screen with Malfunction in tires TPMS screen with high tire pressure TPMS screen with leakage TPMS screen with Error...
- Page 88 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Display Messages on Instrument Cluster Warning Messages On Sn Warning Title / Title Instrument Cluster Speed Limit Warning OVER SPEED HDC Deactivation Due To HDC DEACTIVE Speed Above Set Value Engine Is Locked ENGINE LOCKED Low Brake Fluid LOW BRAKE FLUID Electronic Stability Off ESP OFF...
- Page 89 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Messages On Warning Messages On Sn Warning Title/ Title Sn Warning Title/ Title Instrument Cluster Instrument Cluster Cruise is Resuming to set ENG NOT START AFTER CRUISE RESUMED DEF Level Low Level 3 speed “VALUE” KM Press Clutch for MT PRESS CLUTCH ENG NOT START AFTER...
- Page 90 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Messages On Sn Warning Title/ Title Instrument Cluster SCR Fault Level 1 SCR FAULT SCR FAULT ENG OFF SCR Fault Level 2 “VALUE” KM SCR FAULT ENG OFF SCR Fault Level 3 “VALUE” KM SCR FAULT ENG OFF SCR Fault Level 4 “VALUE”...
Page 91: Tell Tales
- Page 92 ‘IGN’ ‘ON’ and engine is running, it indicates a fault in the electrical circuit / lubrication system. Contact the TATA MOTORS Authorized service center. This lamp comes on when ignition is switched ‘ON’ however it will be switched OFF after pre check of 4sec.
- Page 93 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks If seat belt is not fastened and vehicle speed goes above 15 Kmph, then final warning will start with telltale flashing and Audio chime for 90 seconds. After 90 seconds, telltale will be ON and Audio chime will be OFF. Note: •...
- Page 94 Illuminates when ignition is switched ‘ON’ and goes ‘OFF’ in approx. 4 sec- onds. If the engine is overheating, this indicator blinks along with an audible buzzer at this stage Contact the TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre immedi- High Coolant ately. This symbol blinks along with audible buzzer when engine coolant tem- Temperature perature is more than normal.
- Page 95 The lamp remains on continuously if excess water is accumulated in the fuel indicator Amber filter. Contact the TATA MOTORS Authorized service center to drain the water (Diesel) immediately to avoid serious damage to the fuel injection system. Daytime running...
- Page 96 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks Rear Fog Lamp Amber The lamps comes on when the rear fog lamp is ‘ON’. (if available) Front Fog Lamp Green The lamps comes on when the front fog lamp is ‘ON’. (if available) This lamps comes on when the Valid Smart key is not detected inside the vehi- Key Not Detected...
- Page 97 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks The Front passenger seatbelt warning indicator turns ON when ignition is turned ON. If front passenger seat is occupied by adult, the warning lamp remains ON as Front passenger long as the co-driver seatbelt is not fastened. Seat Belt Indicator If seatbelt remains unbuckled and vehicle goes above 15 kmph, then final audio warning will go on for 90 seconds.
- Page 98 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks therefore does not indicate a malfunction. The lamp remains off during the en- tire DPF regeneration and it lamp up only when driving conditions require the driver to be notified. To switch off the lamp, keep the car running until regener- ation is complete (ideally at 3 gear, 60 kmph.
- Page 99 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Warning Lamps Color Indicator Remarks This features monitors the catalyst health & warns the user if there is a mal- SCR Fault Amber function. TPMS Amber To give tire low pressure, high pressure & pressure leakage warnings to user. (If applicable) In case of malfunction in Electric Park brake this indicator will glow, it will re- Electric Park Brake...
Page 100: Audio Reminders (If Available)
Page 101: combi-switch (rh stalk).
- Page 102 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES within approximately three sec. 7. Head Lamp Levelling Rotary Switch Activation and deactivation of DRL can be done by DRL soft switch which is available on head unit display. Low Beam Rotate stalk to turn ‘ON’ the Low Beam function. Auto Light The headlights will be au- tomatically switched ON...
Page 103: Combi-Switch (Lh Stalk)
Page 104: fascia switches, page 105: steering wheel switches (lhs) (if available), page 106: steering wheel switches (rhs) (if available), page 107: mic (if available).
- Page 108 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Reset Infotainment System NOTE • Prolonged use of vehicle sound sys- For your safety and convenience, the sys- tem at higher volume levels may • It is preferable to do one Ignition tem has self-healing process by self-re- overheat the electronics in-side.
Page 109: Speakers & Tweeter (If Available)
Page 110: power socket, page 111: antenna (if available), page 112: roof grab handle (if available), page 113: rear fog lamps (if available).
- Page 114 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Option 2 DOOR Rear Roof Lamp (if available) In this position, the lamp turns ‘ON’ with dimming when either of the doors are opened. When the last door is closed, the lamp will turn ‘OFF’ with dim- ming.
Page 115: Boot Lamp
Page 116: front lamp, page 117: ambient lights (if available), page 118: wireless power charging.
- Page 119 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES played on infotainment in text and WPC system detects the presence of Do not use thicker phone cover or symbol form. phone and starts charging as per the Qi cover with metal parts to avoid charg- standard protocol. The charging status is ing interruption.
- Page 120 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Do’s And Don’t to transfer energy from charging pad to Dos: phone. Please maintain safe distance Please ensure that the phone is com- WARNING from the charger most of the time as it patible to the charging standard “Qi”. may cause irritation to sensory organs 1.
- Page 121 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES of pad. skid mat. the interior temperature drops below set threshold, the wireless charging 11. Always use TATA MOTORS Do not cover the wireless charger with PASSENGER VEHICLE LIMITED function will resume. a cloth or other object while charging.
- Page 122 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES any/ every position as kept on charging to initiate charging. pad. If phone, having internal calibration, is The wireless charger may not operate placed along with metallic object and correctly when the vehicle is near a TV then, phone is removed from charging tower, electric power plant, gas station, pad then, FOD error message remains...
- Page 123 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES Foreign Object Detection Mode NOTE The charging gets interrupted/stopped due • Delay in restarting of mobile charg- to metal object placed on the charging ing will be observed if foreign ob- pad. The infotainment head unit displays jects are removed without lifting following message.
- Page 124 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES WPC System Error Mode Smart Phone Battery Is Full/ Charg- ing Completed The error in the WPC with fan system may cause the error message to get displayed The smart phone fully charged status is in- on the infotainment screen. dicated on the infotainment display screen with following message.
- Page 125 DASHBOARD AND FEATURES NOTE If error message is pop up on head unit then stop/ avoid charging the smart phone and visit the nearby service sta- tion.
Page 127: Stowage Areas
- Page 128 STOWAGE AREAS Cooling Facility (if available) Google Holder (if available) Utility Pockets on Front Doors Goggle holder is provided near the roof Utility pockets are provided on front doors On selected models cooling facility is pro- lamp. and it can be used to keep following items. vided below driver foldable arm rest.
- Page 129 STOWAGE AREAS Utility Pockets on 3 Mobile / Wallet Stowage Utility Pockets on Rear Doors Place for keeping wallet / mobile is pro- Utility pockets are provided on rear doors Utility pockets are provided on 3 row. It vided in front of Gear shifter lever. and it can be used to keep following items.
- Page 130 STOWAGE AREAS Cup Holder for Front Passenger Stowage for Rear Passenger (if avail- Stowage Below Arm Rest able) Stowage below front arm rest with chiller Space for cup holder are provided in cen- ter console. is provided on center console between the Stowage for rear passenger is provided on front passenger seats.
- Page 131 STOWAGE AREAS Foldable Arm Rest (if available) Tailgate Compartment WARNING • Distribute the items of luggage as evenly as possible. • Position heavy loads as far forwards as possible and as low down in the trunk as possible. • Never allow occupants to travel in the luggage compartment.
- Page 132 STOWAGE AREAS Hooks-coat Hanger (if available) Stowage Below Load Floor Front Seat Back Pockets (if available) Rear pockets are provided behind the front Coat hanger is provided for rear passen- Store the suitable luggage below the load seats for keeping small magazines /Note- ger near grab handle.
Page 133: Climate Control
Page 134: air vents, page 135: hvac controls (if available).
- Page 136 CLIMATE CONTROL Fresh / Recirculation Air Mode Fresh Air Mode Blower Speed Control (Indicator light ‘OFF’) Press the switch to activate / deactivate air recirculation mode. Fresh air is drawn into the vehicle. Always use when: • Discomfort is felt or windows are fog- ging up.
- Page 137 CLIMATE CONTROL AC ON/OFF NOTE • Start the vehicle with AC & Blower in OFF condition in idling • Condensation may drip from the un- for 2~3 minutes. derside of the vehicle when it is in • Then switch ON the AC & cooling mode.
- Page 138 CLIMATE CONTROL Directs air through the center and side air vents Directs air through the cen- ter, side and foot well vents Directs air through the foot well air vents Directs air through the de- froster & foot well vents (De- fault fresh air mode) Directs air through the de- froster vents (Default fresh...
- Page 139 CLIMATE CONTROL Functions and Settings Recommended basic settings of the control elements of air conditioning system for the respective operating modes. These may vary depending on individual requirements and weather conditions. Control Knob Position Button Position Fresh / Recirculation air Blower Speed Air Temperature AC ON/OFF...
Page 140: Fully Automatic Temperature Control (Fatc)
- Page 141 CLIMATE CONTROL button to select the desired airflow mode. speed. Temperature Control Knob Each time you press the MODE button, NOTE the display shows the mode selected. In ‘AUTO’ mode, the FATC system will Directs air through the center regulate the blower speed automati- and side air vents cally.
- Page 142 CLIMATE CONTROL Auto ON Selection Switch Semi-automatic Operation Fresh Air / Recirculation Switch You can manually select various functions When recirculation of the climate control system when it is in switch or LED is switched fully automatic mode. All other features re- ‘ON’, air from the vehicle’s main automatically controlled.
- Page 143 CLIMATE CONTROL NOTE When Reverse gear is selected, air in- take may switch to recirculation mode if previously in fresh mode to prevent ex- haust fumes from entering in the vehi- cle. AC ON/OFF Button Press compressor ON/OFF button to turn the air conditioning ON or OFF.
- Page 144 CLIMATE CONTROL Functions and Settings Control Knob Position Button Position Fresh/air Rear Maximum Air Distri- Blower Temperature Auto Blower Up Recircula- demister Defrost bution Down Button tion Functions Normal Desired Desired Desired No Change No Change heating Temperature Change Change Speed Speed Change...
- Page 145 CLIMATE CONTROL Control Knob Position Button Position To the right Defrosting up to the de- Max Speed Fresh change sired temper- ature Panel OFF change Change...
- Page 146 CLIMATE CONTROL Quick Cooling FATC Sensors Outside Ambient Temperature (OAT) Sensor If your vehicle is parked under the sun, HVAC system is fitted with three sensors. you can cool it down fast by following the It is located under the front bumper grill. Solar Sensor steps given below: A solar sensor is on top of the dashboard...
Page 147: Cabin Air Purification
- Page 148 CLIMATE CONTROL Air Quality Index : (If available) • If the AQI does not improve in some • Climate control system fitted with time get the sensor and Cabin filter FATC calculates Air Quality Index inspected. (AQI) of cabin using PM2.5 AQI Index. PM2.5 Dust Sensor : (If available) •...
Page 149: Starting And Driving
Page 150: driving tips.
- Page 151 STARTING AND DRIVING gears (for MT). ice schedule of the vehicle. really require. Consider using lower blower speeds rather than higher for • Make sure that vehicle is completely • Drive smart and smooth in an anticipa- cooling as at higher blower speeds it stationary before you attempt to shift in tory manner.
- Page 152 STARTING AND DRIVING mental and should be avoided. Running-in Period The more you look after the engine when NOTE it is new, the more satisfied you will be with Avoid excessive revving up of engine its performance in the future. rpm.
Page 153: Seat Adjustments
- Page 154 STARTING AND DRIVING Power Seat Adjustments (Option 2) could cause the driver to lose control of Avoid unnecessary operation of power the vehicle. seat adjustment buttons as it consumes Front seat adjustments: power from vehicle battery. Following seat adjustments can be carried Do not operate more than one opera- 1.
- Page 155 STARTING AND DRIVING is , as it will not allow ventilated seats The ventilated seat by default is set to Captain Seat Adjustment 2nd Row to function properly. whenever ENGINE (Option 3) START/STOP button is turned ON. Lumbar Support (if available) Following seat adjustments can be carried out manually.
- Page 156 STARTING AND DRIVING sired comfortable position. Make sure that • Avoid spillage of liquids on the venti- Captain Seat Child Seat Installation lever returns to its original position and lated seats surface this may lead to Captain seat contains Isofix with Top- seat is securely latched.
- Page 157 STARTING AND DRIVING Captain Seat Third Row Entry Adjustment for Co-driver Seat Adjustable Head Restraint Entry to third row seat to be done through To improve the Second Row occupant Front Seat gang way space (between two captain legroom (Space), Occupant Can adjust Adjust the head restraint so that it is as seats).
- Page 158 STARTING AND DRIVING Seat Backrest Angle Adjustment Rear Seats Adjustment (60 - 40%) • The content could otherwise spill. To change the seat back rest angle, lean Following seat adjustments can be carried forward slightly and pull backrest release Child Seat Installation out manually.
- Page 159 STARTING AND DRIVING Second Row Seat Folding (60 - 40% • Press the backrest release knob to fold the backrest seat forward. Split Seat) You can increase the luggage capacity by folding the respective rear seats as re- quired. To fold the seat:...
- Page 160 STARTING AND DRIVING • Fold the backrest seat forward. Move • Press the backrest release knob to fold • Fold the backrest seat forward. Move the driver and front passenger seat for- the backrest seat forward. the driver and front passenger seat for- ward if necessary.
- Page 161 STARTING AND DRIVING Rear Seat Folding (Complete Seat • Fold the backrest seat forward. Move the driver and front passenger seat for- 100%) ward if necessary. To fold the seat: • Simultaneously, press the backrest re- lease knobs provided on both side. WARNING •...
- Page 162 STARTING AND DRIVING Third Row Entry • The vehicle occupant would thereby be pushed into the seat belt by the To access to Third row seat rear bench seat or by the seat back- • The second row seat are designed as rest.
- Page 163 STARTING AND DRIVING Third Row Seat Folding • Headrest to be in full down condition to fold the seat back. • Adjust the second row seat if required. • Pull the plastic lever & after click sound of unlatching, hand push in the seat back to lean it forward.
- Page 164 STARTING AND DRIVING • Pull only the straps (2) to lift the seat back to original position and not the plastic lever. NOTE Lever to be only pulled for unlatch-ing. it cannot be used simultane-ously for pull and pushing the seat as well. WARNING •...
Page 165: Rear View Mirrors
- Page 166 STARTING AND DRIVING Rear View Mirrors with Joy Stick over your shoulder. NOTE Knob (if available) When vehicle is locked, mirrors will be Motorized Outer Rear View Mirrors (if folded automatically. When it is un- available) locked, mirrors will be unfolded auto- The switch to adjust the motorized mirrors matically.
Page 167: Sun Visors
Page 168: steering lock and ignition switch (if available), page 169: starting and stopping (without peps).
- Page 170 STARTING AND DRIVING Gear Shifting and Driving NOTE tion & wait for 30 secs. When shifting or starting off, do not race WARNING the engine. Racing the engine can shorten engine life and affect smooth The engine emits poisonous exhaust shifting.
- Page 171 If “F” is displayed in DIS of instru- • Slow down before shifting to a lower ment cluster, it means ‘Fault’ condi- gear. This will help avoid over- tion. Contact a TATA MOTORS revving the engine, which can cause Authorized Service Centre. damage. •...
- Page 172 STARTING AND DRIVING Park (P) verse while driving forward. Automatic Transmission (if available) Neutral (N) Use Park (P) position when starting the engine or parking The transmission is in Neu- the vehicle. Apply the park- tral position. ing brake whenever the vehi- It enables the engine to start cle is to be parked.
- Page 173 STARTING AND DRIVING Pressing the shift lever towards left side a time in the order of 1 > 2 > 3 > 4 > • In order to protect the engine, the while in Drive mode will put the transmis- >...
- Page 174 STARTING AND DRIVING Carefully insert the bellow lugs (4) & snap fit in console cutout (5) high- lighted as dotted area (shown in fig.2). Ensure the system is inspected by au- thorized dealer or service partner. Fig 2 When vehicle is in ON condition and shift lever is locked/cannot moved from P (park) mode to other mode with the brake pedal depressed, below steps to be fol-...
- Page 175 STARTING AND DRIVING Automatic Gear Shifter Lever Movement and Conditions Driver Intervention For Shift Lever Position Movement Brake Pedal Driver Shift P ->>R R->>N Not required Not required N->>D Not required D->>M/S Not required Not required M/S->>D Not required Not required...
- Page 176 STARTING AND DRIVING Driver Intervention For Shift Lever Position Movement Brake Pedal Driver Shift D->>N Not required Not required N->>R Not required R->>P Not required Brake Pedal Pressed Shifter Lever Knob Pressed...
- Page 177 STARTING AND DRIVING &hTab NOTE WARNING • Before engaging in any mode (P-R- • To avoid damage of transmission, N-D), Apply brake first then knob do not accelerate the engine in R button to be pressed for safety rea- (Reverse) or any for- ward gear po- son.
- Page 178 STARTING AND DRIVING Shift Lock System Shift GSL to P position and then only Igni- depressed. tion will be switched else vehicle will move For your safety, the automatic trans-mis- • Never move the shift lever into P to accessory on till GSL is moved to P po- sion has a shift lock system which pre- (Park) when the vehicle is in motion.
Page 179: Starting And Stopping (Peps) (If Available)
Page 180: engine passive start - conditions, page 181: engine passive stop - conditions.
- Page 182 STARTING AND DRIVING Stopping the Engine Starting Off WARNING Press the start stop switch to switch off the To start off, press the clutch pedal fully and The engine emits poisonous exhaust engine. Before switching off the engine, shift into first gear. gases such as carbon monoxide.
- Page 183 There is a risk of an accident. • If “F” is displayed in DIS of instru- ment cluster, it means ‘Fault’ condi- tion. Contact the TATA MOTORS Authorized Service Centre.
Page 184: Driving
Page 185: stopping the vehicle, page 186: parking brake.
- Page 187 STARTING AND DRIVING Parking Brake Applied To apply the parking brake, pull the lever Parking Brake Released up fully. The parking brakes tell-tale illumi- nates on the instrument cluster. To release it, pull the lever up slightly, press the re- lease knob and push the lever down.
- Page 188 STARTING AND DRIVING nition/Engine ON condition. Always ensure NOTE WARNING parking brake is released and parking brake warning lamp is OFF before start of During parking, Ensure that Vehicle When parking on a downhill gradient, the drive. Park brake warning lamp in clus- should not be keyed off in D mode.
- Page 189 STARTING AND DRIVING Ignition is on or engine is running. How to Apply Brake pedal is depressed. Depress the Brake pedal. Pull APB switch upward. NOTE NOTE Kindly ensure parking brake indication in instrument cluster is turned off after • Kindly ensure APB indication turns APB is released.
- Page 190 STARTING AND DRIVING APB Gets Released Automatically even when vehicle is in neutral gear nearest authorized TATA service and due care needs to be taken espe- center. For Automatic Transmission cially when the vehicle is parked in nose • Don’t drive your vehicle with APB In engine running condition shift the down condition.
- Page 191 STARTING AND DRIVING Emergency Braking APB Malfunction Indicator • For Smooth Automatic release of In the case of any failure in the service APB please depress accelerator Both the APB malfunction lamp and park- brake or during any other emergency situ- pedal slowly.
Page 192: Automatic Vehicle Hold (If Equipped)
- Page 193 STARTING AND DRIVING How to Disengage AVH Vehicle is standing on steep slope. Precautions During Vehicle Towing In above conditions AVH indication will with APB In Ignition ON Condition depress the Auto change from Green to white and APB in- hold switch the Auto Hold indication in Before towing please ensure APB is not dication will turn on in the cluster.
Page 194: Reverse Park Assist (If Available)
- Page 195 STARTING AND DRIVING Reverse Park Assist with Sensor Operation The reverse park assist system can also be activated manually through infotain- ment screen. Display will be seen on info- tainment screen. NOTE Turning the ignition ‘OFF’ ‘while the Park assist feature in running would dis- able the feature.
- Page 196 STARTING AND DRIVING Audio Warning Reverse Park Assist Limitations Audio warning may come from Infotainment system speaker or through Buzzer, depend- Reverse Park Assist system is not a colli- ing on vehicle model and configuration. sion avoiding system. It is solely the driver’s responsibility to park the vehicle Approx.
- Page 197 STARTING AND DRIVING • Objects close to the rear bumper can • Poles of square/rectangle cross sec- go undetected by the Reverse Park tion might not be detected at vehicle’s Assist field of detection. Driver should edge. use extreme caution while parking the WARNING vehicle.
- Page 198 STARTING AND DRIVING Reverse Park Assist System Preven- Park Assist Malfunction Indications which causes wrong visual informa- tive Maintenance/cleaning tion on display. In case of damage, In case of Reverse park assist system Regularly clean the Sensors and keep make sure that, Reverse Park Assist malfunctions, fault screen may appear on them free from dust, ice, mud, water, sensors are fitted properly at the in-...
Page 199: Rear Park Assist With Camera (If Available)
- Page 200 STARTING AND DRIVING Understanding Guidelines Indication Green Line Do’s And Don’t Indicates, if rear object is in this colored • As the camera is, IP protected, do not zone, you have to be cautious. Still you detach, disassemble or modify in any can go backward safely.
- Page 201 STARTING AND DRIVING Cleaning Camera WARNING tended location. Due to environmental reasons, dust, • In case of uneven road conditions or • The camera uses fish eye lens. So mud or fog may accumulate on the up-hill or downhill conditions, do not the size of the objects or in the dis- camera lens.
- Page 202 STARTING AND DRIVING conditions. not display objects that are close to • Objects, which are close to either cor- or below the bumper, underneath ner of the bumper or under the the vehicle, or objects out of the bumper, cannot be seen on the camera’s field of view.
- Page 203 STARTING AND DRIVING When the Ground Behind the Vehicle Slopes Down Sharply The distance guidelines will appear to be The distance guidelines will appear to be closer to the vehicle than the actual dis- further from the vehicle than the actual dis- tance.
- Page 204 STARTING AND DRIVING When Any Part of the Vehicle Sags When Approaching Three-dimensional Objects The distance guidelines are displayed ac- cording to flat surfaced objects (such as the road). It is not possible to determine the position of three-dimensional objects (such as vehicles) using the distance guidelines.
Page 205: Drive Mode (If Available)
Page 206: terrain response mode (if available).
- Page 207 STARTING AND DRIVING Electronic Stability Program 5. Hill Descent Control (HDC) (if avail- Maintain a greater distance from the ve- (ESP)(if available) able) hicle in front. ESP monitors driving stability While driving down on a hill 3. Rough Road Mode and traction.
- Page 208 STARTING AND DRIVING speed exceeds 60 kmph and Active state on HDC switch will go off automatically. HDC works in both Neutral and in Gear forward and reverse position. While driving down a hill, the engine brak- ing should be used by shifting into a lower gear.
Page 209: Emergency And Breakdown Assistance
- Page 210 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Hazard Warning Switch Advance Warning Triangle Keep the warning triangle at an approxi- mate distance of 50-150 m behind your Press the hazard warning switch to acti- An advance warning triangle is kept on the vehicle in the same lane of traffic. The re- vate the hazard warning.
Page 211: Spare Wheel Removal Process
- Page 212 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE • As the retaining bolt gets loosened, the • Remove the holding bracket from the Spare Wheel Fitment Process spare wheel lowers down as shown. spare wheel and get the spare wheel • Engage the holding brackets in spare separated.
Page 213: In Case Of Flat Tyre
- Page 214 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Jacking Point Location on Vehicle the vehicle. not suited for performing mainte- The jacking points are indicated below the • Do not open or close a door or the nance work under the vehicle. door of the vehicle (Refer jacking point lo- tailgate when the vehicle is raised.
- Page 215 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE WARNING If you do not position the jack correctly at the appropriate jacking point of the vehicle, the jack could tip over with the vehicle raised. There is a risk of injury. Jack may also get damage. Continue to raise the jack slowly and smoothly until the tyre clears the ground.
Page 216: Puncture Repair Kit (If Available)
- Page 217 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE applicable) shall be checked by an ex- Location In Vehicle Puncture Repair Removal pert and replaced if necessary. Process In lugguage compartment These instructions provide a step-by-step • To access the puncture repair kit open explanation of how to use the Puncture re- the tailgate.
- Page 218 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Step...
- Page 219 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Instructions On How To Use The • Never leave the Puncture repair Kit un- Inform all other users of the vehicle that attended while in use. the tire has been temporarily sealed with Puncture Repair Kit Safely the Puncture repair Kit and make them •...
- Page 220 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE WARNING WARNING NOTE Leave the bottle seal intact. Screwing Asphyxiation may occur if the engine is When pumping in the sealant through the bottle onto the bottle holder will allowed to run in a non-ventilated or the tire valve, the pressure may rise up pierce the seal of the bottle.
- Page 221 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE 11, 12. Once a tire inflation pressure of at WARNING WARNING least 180 kPa (1.8 bar, 26 psi) has been If the tire check shows that the pressure reached. If heavy vibrations, unsteady steering of the sealant-filled tire is less than 130 behavior or noises should occur while •...
- Page 222 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE tective cap of the hose. NOTE NOTE • Leave the bottle in the holder and store Compressor unit we can use for filling Remember that emergency roadside the Puncture repair Kit away safely in the air & checking the pressure of the tire repair kits only provide temporary the vehicle trunk.
Page 223: Jump Lead Starting
Page 224: towing.
- Page 225 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Access to Tow Hook WARNING • Unscrew the screws (1) & (2) with the • Never get under your vehicle after it help of screw driver which is provided has been lifted by a tow truck. in Tool kit.
- Page 226 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE the automatic transaxle fluid is leaking, a Recommended Towing flatbed equipment or towing dolly must be In case of break down, we recommend used. that your vehicle be towed with the driving wheels off the ground or place the vehicle on a flatbed truck as shown.
Page 227: Fuses
- Page 228 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Engine Compartment Fuse Box WARNING • If you manipulate or bridge a faulty fuse or if you replace it with a fuse of higher amperage, the electric ca- bles could be overloaded. This could result in a fire. There is a risk of an accident and injury.
- Page 229 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE NOTE The fuse box layout is for reference pur- pose only. Please refer the sticker pro- vided inside the fuse box cover. Fuse box located in Engine compartment near battery.
- Page 230 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Fuses - Engine Compartment (Diesel)
- Page 231 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE &hTab Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Fuse Function Function Function Rating Rating Rating INTERIOR F/B BAT COOLING FAN EMS IGN ABS IGN EMS BATT STARTER MOTOR REVERSE LAMP COMPRESSOR (MT)/TCU (AT) BLOWER MOTOR FRONT WIPER COOLING FAN MOTOR HORN HIGH/LOW FAST...
- Page 232 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Relay Relay Relay Relay Relay Function Relay Function Rating Rating WIPER ON/OFF IGNITION MINI NO MICRO (NO-NC) RELAY RELAY COOLING FAN ATS MICRO NO LOW MINI NO REALY RELAY HEAD LAMP HIGH COOLING FAN BEAM MICRO NO HIGH MAXI NO REALY RELAY...
- Page 233 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Cabin Compartment Fuse Box Cover Removal Procedure Fuse box is located behind glove box. To access the fuse box, remove cover as per procedure given below: Remove snap fitted end-cover first. Open glove box and remove complete Disconnect glove box lamp connec- assembly by removing highlighted 4 tion.
- Page 234 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Disconnect glove box switch connec- tion. If fuse is blown, replace with same rat- Check the fuse of required function ing fuse from spare fuses in engine with help of fuse box sticker present at compartment fuse box. shown location.
- Page 235 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Fuses - Cabin Compartment...
- Page 236 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE &hTab Fuse Rat- Fuse Rat- Fuse Rat- Fuse Function Fuse Function Fuse Function IGN SUPPLY I. CLUSTER VENTILATED SEAT 5A / 10A 7 SEATER/6 SEATER POWER SOCKET KEY-IN/ POWER SEAT 5A / 20A RESTRAINT CONTROL ACC RELAY COIL/ SUN- 5A / 20A MUDULE ROOF...
Page 237: Bulb Specification
- Page 238 EMERGENCY AND BREAKDOWN ASSISTANCE Sr. No. Description Rating Type Qty. Position Lamp Rear LED Module Reverse Lamp 12V, 16W W16W Rear Registration Plate Lamp LED Module Side Repeater Lamp on ORVM LED Module High Mounted Stop Lamp (Option I) 12V, 5W High Mounted Stop Lamp (Option II) LED Module Boot Lamp...
Page 239: 24 X 7 Road Assistance
- Page 240 • Toll or ferry charges paid by ASP in towing for non-accident cases up to reaching to the breakdown site to be the nearest TATA MOTORS authorized settled with ASP in actuals in cash. workshop. Towing charges at actual •...
- Page 241 You will be duly informed by the ASP & call • The Service is not available in Lak- • It is understood that TATA MOTORS center for the change applicable if any. shadweep. shall be under no liability whatsoever •...
- Page 242 ASP. • Vehicles will be handled, repaired & towed as per the customer’s risk & TATA MOTORS shall not be liable for any damages / claims as a result of the same. • Services entitled to the customers can...
Page 243: Maintenance And Services
Page 244: engine compartment.
- Page 245 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Oil / Fluid Level Engine Oil Quality Monitoring Indicator Engine Oil Level Checking Your vehicle is equipped with Warm up the engine to normal operating a feature in the engine man- temperature. agement system which will monitor the engine oil quality throughout Turn it ‘OFF’...
- Page 246 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES ing this lamp, MIL, in addition to the above Brake/clutch Fluid Level NOTE lamp, will be turned ON. Depending on the • Under no circumstances oil change distance driven without oil change and oil intervals should exceed 15,000 km quality reset, the engine will go into a soft or 12 Months, whichever occurs or strong performance reduction mode.
- Page 247 NOTE Topping of the coolant should be done in the auxiliary tank only. Make sure that only TATA MOTORS rec- Remove the cap and check the level. Top ommended coolant is used. Mixing of dif- ferent coolants may harm your engine’s up if required.
- Page 248 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES In case of leakage or hard steering, please container, please refer Engine Com- of injury. contact the nearest Authorized Service partment section. • Let the engine cool down before outlet. Windshield Washer Fluid Level opening the cap. Wear eye and Check that there is washer fluid in the hand protection when opening the WARNING...
- Page 249 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES level against the marking on the bat- • Clean the battery terminals with a ter- shield, and can also damage your tery outer case. minal cleaning tool or wire brush. vehicle’s paint. • Examine the battery terminals for cor- •...
Page 250: Tyres
- Page 251 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Recommended Tyre Pressure in Cold Tyre Pressure Sticker Location Inflation Condition (laden / Unladen) Check for inflation and condition of your vehicle tyres periodically. Tyre Size Front Rear Check the pressure in the tyres when they 33 psi / 33 psi / 235/70 R16 are cold.
- Page 252 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Tyre Rotation For alloy wheel rims with spare wheel WARNING of steel wheel rim (if available) To increase tyre life rotate the tyre at spec- If the vehicle vibrates abnormally on a ified intervals or earlier depending on the smooth road, have the wheel balanced operation of vehicle.
Page 253: Remote Key Battery Replacement (For Flip Key)
Page 254: smart key battery replacement (for peps vari- ant), page 255: on board diagnostic (obd ii) system, page 256: diesel particulate filter (dpf), page 257: exhaust after treatment system, page 258: regeneration process, page 259: diesel exhaust fluid (def).
- Page 260 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES cluster. Start the vehicle. Ensure that DEF DEF Filler Tank NOTE will be filled at room temperature. After DEF refilling through Nozzle OR Precautions while Refilling DEF container, in case of DEF is spill out dur- Refilling with Nozzles ing refilling.
- Page 261 (vehicle should be empty without passengers or luggage) • Fill Wait for 6 minutes after ignition off. Fill TATA MOTORS PASSENGER • VEHICLE LIMITED authorized DEF (minimum 8 liters) • Wait for 6 minutes after filling DEF.
- Page 262 After this, engine will not start in the next These messages will be indicated when ignition cycle. The vehicle has to be there is any problem in the SCR system brought to TATA MOTORS service center and SCR system fault is displayed. for rectification. •...
- Page 263 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES DEF Level Messages in case of Poor • Messages may vary slightly de- Quality DEF pending on the vehicle variant. • In case of use of poor quality of DEF, message “DEF QUALITY LOW, EN- GINE STOPS IN XXX KM” will appear. In such cases, currently filled DEF has to be drained completely and proper good quality DEF needs to be filled...
Page 264: Service Instructions
Page 265: service schedule.
- Page 266 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Operation Months 0 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 Check & Replace if 30K/ found damaged -Ex- haust hanger. Check all door latch &...
- Page 267 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Operation Months 0 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 Drain water from 7.5K/ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●...
- Page 268 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Operation Months 0 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 TRANSAXLE Check oil level and top up if necessary - 15K / ● ● ●...
- Page 269 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Operation Months 0 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 Inspect & if neces- 15K/ sary adjust hand- ● ● ● ● ● ● ●...
- Page 270 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Operation Months 0 6 12 18 24 30 36 42 48 54 60 66 72 78 84 90 96 102 108 114 120 formance. Replace Pollen Fil- 15K/ ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ● ●...
- Page 271 MAINTENANCE AND SERVICES Additional Maintenance Schedule under Severe Driving Conditions Condition Sr. No. Operation Frequency Change every 7500 km or 6 months or whenever Engine oil and oil filter ● ● ● ● oil quantity lamp glows. Change at every 15,000 km or 18 months Air filter element ●...
Page 272: Vehicle Parking For Long Duration
Page 273: technical information, page 274: lubricant specification, page 275: technical specifications.
- Page 276 TECHNICAL INFORMATION Parameter Specifications Brakes Brakes Front (Disc); Rear (Disc) Parking Brakes Cable Operated mechanical Suspension Front: Independent lower wishbone MacPherson strut with coil spring Type Rear: Semi-independent Twist blade suspension with Panhard rod & coil spring Front: MacPherson strut Damper twin tube with gas filled Shock absorber Rear: Damper twin tube with gas filled Wheels &...
- Page 277 TECHNICAL INFORMATION Parameter Specifications Cab / body Type Monocoque Electrical system System voltage 12 Volts Alternator capacity 160 Amp Battery 12V, 78 Ah Main chassis dimension (in mm) Wheel base 2741 Track front 1616 Track rear 1630 Overall length 4661 Overall height 1786 Max.
- Page 278 TECHNICAL INFORMATION Parameter Specifications Weight (in kg) 1771 (XE) 1811 (XMA) 1779 (XM) 1808 (XTA) 1782 (XT) 1820 (XTA+) 1803 (XT+) Kerb weight (unladen) 1811 (XZA 7 Seat) 1789 (XZ 7 Seat) 1801 (XZA 6 Seat) 1779 (XZ 6 Seat) 1825 (XZA+ 7 Seat) 1810 (XZ+ 7 Seat) 1815 (XZA+ 6 Seat)
Page 279: Vehicle Dimensions
Page 280: aggregate identification numbers, page 281: car care.
- Page 282 CAR CARE damp cloth or sponge till it disappears. Polishing NOTE Do not use household detergents to Polishes and cleaners can restore shine to Avoid wiping of painted surface in dry clean the fabric. the painted surface that has oxidized and condition as it may leave scratches on become dull.
Page 283: Fast Tag
Page 284: value care - amc.
- Page 285 CAR CARE Available Offers (Types of AMC) • Silver AMC • Gold AMC • Promise to Protect (P2P) • Protect Plus Silver AMC Value Care Silver Plan covers the following: • Scheduled maintenance services at periodic interval of Km for Labor, Parts & Consumables. Change of Oil Filter, Fuel Filter, Air Filter &...
- Page 286 CAR CARE Brake Pads, Brake Liners, Wheel Cylinders. Clutch Disc, Clutch Cover, Cables, Mountings. Suspension Bush, Wiper Blades, Auxiliary Belt & other Wear & Tear Items. Washing of Vehicle, Wheel greasing as applicable. Promise to Protect (P2P) Value Care – Promise to protect (P2P) is a maintenance plan that guarantees protection against unexpected wear & tear repairs to provide substantial saving through protection against inflation &...
- Page 287 CAR CARE NOTE • AMC is available in the dealership from where you have purchased your vehicle. • We strongly recommend purchase of AMC at time of purchase of your vehicle to get benefit for coverage of Scheduled Services and Wear & Tear parts. •...
Page 288: Extended Warranty
- Page 289 • TATA MOTORS dealer shall either rep air or replace any part found to be defective with a new p art or an equivalent at no cost to the owner for p arts or labour. Such defective parts which have been replaced will become property of TATA MOTORS PASSENGER VEHICLE LIMITED.
Page 290: Value Added Services
- Page 291 CAR CARE TATA MOTORS has tied up with M/s Wurth, M/s Autokrom, M/s 3M India Lt d & M/s Bardahl for these world class treatment at af- fordable prices. These treatments are available in all authorized workshops. The Dealer Service Marketing Executive will explain to you the benefits and terms and conditions of this treatment.
Page 292: Vehicle Exterior Enrichment
Page 293: vehicle interior enrichment, page 295: warranty - terms and conditions.
- Page 296 WARRANTY - TERMS AND CONDITIONS regularities not recognized as affecting the function or quality owner. Only unexpired remaining period of warranty ap- of the vehicle or parts, such as slight noise or vibration, de- plies. fects appearing only under particular or irregular operations We reserve our rights to make any change or modification in are items considered characteristics of the vehicle.
Page 297: Environment Safety
- Page 298 Intake throttle Electrical connections. If the ‘Check Engine lamp’, ‘MIL’ , ‘SCR’ or ‘DPF’ lamp contin- uously glows, please take the vehicle to a TATA MOTORS Au- thorized Dealer/Service Center. Exhaust After Treatment System parts. EMS wiring harness i.e. electrical connections to all sensors and actuators.
- Page 299 ENVIRONMENT SAFETY...
- Page 300 ENVIRONMENT SAFETY...
- Page 301 Dealer’s copy PDI Coupon PDI Coupon Pre Delivery Inspection Pre Delivery Inspection AVAIL ALL SERVICES TO GET BENEFIT OF WARRANTY This Coupon entitles for free labour jobs.(Refer maintenance section) Owner’s Name: VIN No.: VIN No.: Engine / Motor No.: Engine / Motor No.: Reg.
- Page 303 Customer’s copy Dealer’s copy Free Service Coupon Free Service Coupon Valid for 1000 - 2000 kms. OR 2 months, whichever is earlier. Valid for 1000 - 2000 kms. OR 2 months, Whichever is earlier AVAIL ALL SERVICES TO GET BENEFIT OF WARRANTY This Coupon entitles for free labour jobs.(Refer maintenance section) Owner’s Name: Owner’s Name:...
- Page 305 Free Service Coupon Valid for 7000 - 8000 kms. OR 6 months, whichever is earlier. This Coupon entitles for free labour jobs.(Refer maintenance section) Owner’s Name: ODO Reading: Date of Service: Service Dealer code: (Free Service coupons are valid at all TATA Authorized Service Centers in India)
- Page 307 Customer’s copy Dealer’s copy Free Service Coupon Free Service Coupon Valid for 14,500 – 15,500 kms. OR 12 months, whichever is earlier. Valid for 14,500 – 15,500 kms. OR 12 months, whichever is earlier AVAIL ALL SERVICES TO GET BENEFIT OF WARRANTY This Coupon entitles for free labour jobs.(Refer maintenance section) Owner’s Name: VIN No.:...
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