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COLORADO Z71 DRIVING & PERFORMANCE

COLORADO Z71 DRIVING & PERFORMANCE

Step by Step Instructions

How do I use the Navigation System?

Step 1

Press the HOME button on the centre console to bring up the main HOME page and select the NAV icon on the touchscreen. A map showing your current location and surrounding area will be displayed on the screen.

Step 2

To change the map view, select MENU from the Selector Bar at the bottom of the touchscreen then select Map View for the various menu options. You can also zoom in or out or move the map by placing your finger on the touchscreen and swiping in any direction.

Step 3

To input a Destination, select DESTINATION from the Selector Bar at the bottom of the touchscreen. You can input destinations manually using the keyboard display or use stored addresses such as those visited recently, in your Contacts, or Points of Interest, Crossroads or GPS co-ordinates.

Step 4

Once you have input a Destination, select GO in the destination details screen view and the system will provide visual and voice prompts for route guidance.

Step 5

The Navigation system offers many display, route and guidance options that are easily accessed by selecting MENU from the Selector Bar at the bottom of the touchscreen. Familiarise yourself with all the options before driving and only operate the system if road and traffic conditions allow you to do so safely. For full instructions, refer to your Owner’s Handbook.

How do I use the Hill Descent Control system?

Step 1

Your Holden's Hill Descent Control System (HDC) is designed to automatically limit the vehicle’s speed when travelling on steep declines off-road without the need to press the brake pedal. For manual gearbox models, the system operates within a range of between 7km/h and 30km/h while in Colorados fitted with an automatic transmission, the descent speed range is between 4km/h and 30km/h.

Step 2

To activate the system, press the HDC button on the centre console at speeds below 50km/h. A green DSC graphic will be illuminated in the instrument panel.

Step 3

When approaching the descent, apply the brakes to slow the car to your desired speed within the operating range and release the brake pedal. The green graphic in the instrument cluster will flash indicating the system is operating and your selected speed will be maintained.

Step 4

At any time you can increase or decrease the speed within the HDC range by applying the brake or accelerator. While applying the brake or accelerator, the green graphic stops flashing but once you lift your foot off the respective pedal, the system will re-engage and limit the car’s descent to the new speed.

Step 5

If your speed exceeds 30km/h the HDC returns to standby mode and will automatically be deactivated if the speed exceeds 50km/h. To manually deactivate the DCS, press the button on the centre console at speeds under 50km/h and the green graphic on the instrument cluster will be extinguished.

How do I use Remote Vehicle Start?*

Step 1

Your Holden is fitted with a remote vehicle start system that allows the vehicle to be started via a button on the remote control key fob to initiate the climate control and pre-condition the cabin.

Step 2

Aim the remote control key fob at the vehicle and press the remote vehicle start button. Immediately, again press and hold the remote vehicle start button for at least four seconds or until the turn signal lamps flash. The engine will start and the parking lights will remain on while the engine is running.

Step 3

The doors will remain locked but the climate control may come on as per its last settings and the engine will continue to run for 10 minutes. This can be further extended for another 10 minutes by repeating the instructions in Step 2.

Step 4

If you unlock and enter the vehicle while the engine is running, turn the ignition switch to ON. If the engine is no longer running, start the vehicle as normal.

Step 5

To cancel a remote vehicle start, aim the key fob at the vehicle and press and hold the remote vehicle start button until the parking lights turn off. Then enter the vehicle, turn on the hazard warnings lights, then turn the vehicle on then off again.

*Where fitted
*Automatic Transmission Only

How do I use Rear Cross Traffic Alert?*

Step 1

Your Holden may be fitted with Rear Cross Traffic Alert that will display a warning triangle with an arrow on the RVC Screen to warn of traffic coming from either direction, behind the vehicle.

Step 2

When an object is detected, three beeps sound on the left or right side, depending on the direction of the detected vehicle. This system detects objects coming from up to 20 m (65 ft) from the left or right side behind the vehicle.

Step 3

Use caution while backing up when towing a trailer, as the RCTA detection zones that extend out from the back of your vehicle do not move further back when a trailer is towed.

Step 4

For full instructions, refer to your Owner's Handbook.
* Where fitted.

How do I use Front and Rear Park Assist?

Step 1

Your Colorado is fitted with a Park Assist system that uses front and rear sensors to detect obstacles in the front and rear of the vehicle when the moving forward or reversing. The system is automatically activated when the ignition is turned on, a gear is selected and the park brake is released.

Step 2

The system will remain operational until the vehicle exceeds 15km/h. If it detects an obstacle a warning tone will sound with repetitions increasing as the distance decreases. At a distance of about 30cm, the warning tone sounds continuously.

Step 3

When reverse gear is selected, if the system detects two objects at the front and rear, only the closest object will be indicated. If the two objects are the same distance from the car, the object at the rear will be given priority.

Step 4

To manually turn off the Park Assist system, press the Park Assist button on the left hand side of the centre console. To turn it on again, press the button once and a light in the button will illuminate. Alternatively select reverse gear to turn the system on.

How do I use the Forward Collision Alert?

Step 1

The Forward Collision Alert (FCA) automatically provides visual and audible warnings if you approach a vehicle in front of you too quickly. The system detects vehicles up to 150m ahead and operates above walking speed.

Step 2

Visual warnings are displayed in the Driver Information Centre display in the instrument cluster. A green car symbol will appear when a vehicle is detected ahead. If you approach too fast, the symbol will change to yellow and flash and sound rapid beeps.

Step 3

You can set the alert sensitivity to near, medium or far for different traffic conditions. Press the Gap Adjust button repeatedly on the left hand side of the steering wheel controls to scroll through the options and the current setting will be displayed in the DIC.

Step 4

You can deactivate/activate the Forward Collision Alert through the Holden MyLink system by accessing the Settings application and choosing the vehicle menu.

How do I use the Lane Departure Warning*?

Step 1

The Lane Departure Warning (LDW) provides a visual and audible warning if your car crosses a detected lane marking without using the turn signal. To turn the system on or off, press the LDW button on the left hand side of the steering wheel. The button is lit when the system is on.

Step 2

When the car is started, the LDW symbol will appear on the instrument panel briefly to let you know it is activated. The system operates at speeds above 56km/h and if it detects right or left lane markings, the symbol appears green.

Step 3

If you cross the lane marking without using the turn signal, the symbol turns to amber and three chimes are sounded. The alert chimes are directional ie: they sound from the speaker on the side of the vehicle where you are crossing the lane marking.
* Where fitted.

How do I read the Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) messaging?

Step 1

Your Holden is fitted with a Diesel Particulate Filter as part of the exhaust system to help reduce emissions. To prevent clogging of the filter, the system periodically goes through a self cleaning process however under certain conditions such as stop/start city traffic it may not be able to complete the process.

Step 2

If this occurs, a “Diesel Partic Filter is Full Continue Driving” message will appear on the Driver Information Centre display in the instrument cluster. To clean the filter, continue driving until the message extinguishes which may take up to 30 minutes. Turning the engine off while the message is displayed will prevent the process from completing.

Step 3

If the self cleaning process has been interrupted several times without completion a “Diesel Partic Filter is Full Continued Driving Mandatory” message will be displayed. To clean the filter continue driving until the message extinguishes. This may take up to 30 minutes.

Step 4

If the self cleaning process is still not completed, a SVS (Service Vehicle Soon) message is displayed indicating the self cleaning process is not feasible so you should contact your Holden service centre for a dealer service.

Step 5

If the DPF is not cleaned, a Malfunction Indicator Lamp will illuminate and “Engine Power Reduced” message will appear in the Driver Information Centre display in the instrument cluster. A dealer service will be necessary.

FAQs

Why can’t the Navigation system find the road I am looking for?

Navigation maps are stored in the system and do require regular updating to take into account new roads. To check for the availability of updated maps, see your local Holden dealer.

Side Blind Zone Alert did not alert me to an object in my Blind Zone?

Side Blind Zone Alert will not report an object if the difference in speed between your vehicle and object of interest exceeds 16kph. If your vehicle is being overtaken, you will not receive an alert if the difference in speed is 65kph or greater.

What can I use the rear USB port for located on the back of the centre console?

The rear USB port is only for charging USB devices.

What is Park Assist?

Your Holden is fitted with ultrasonic sensors on the front and rear bumpers to help detect objects in front of and behind the car. When an object is detected, the Parking Assist system provides an audible warning and a visual image on the Driver Information Centre (DIC) display in the instrument cluster.

Will the Park Assist feature turn on automatically?

The front and rear sensors are automatically activated when R (Reverse) gear is selected. After the gearshift lever is moved out of Reverse, the rear sensors switch off. The front sensors are automatically activated when driving forwards and remain on until the vehicle exceeds 11km/h.

Can I deactivate the Parking Assist Feature?

Yes. To manually deactivate the system when Reverse gear is engaged, press the Park Assist button on the centre console. The LED light will go out, a Park Assist Off message will appear on the DIC display and the system will remain inactive until the next time Reverse gear is selected.

Side Blind Zone Alert is not working?

If you are not receiving Side Blind Zone Alerts, check the feature is not turned off through the radio customisation menu. If the feature is on, ensure the rear bumper is clean of any dirt or mud as this can prevent the alerts from activating. Any damage to the rear bumper where the radar is located can also cause false or no alerts.

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