2001 Catera,1 800 882 1112,under warranty is that provides in an emergency. backed with the,Free lockout assistance,Free dead battery assistance. Transportation,Free out of fuel assistance,Free flat tire change. Emergency towing,2001 Cadillac Catera,Owner s Manual. Litho in U S A Copyright General Motors Corporation 2000. Part Number 22619944 A First Edition All Rights Reserved. Table of Contents,Seats and Restraint Systems,Section 1 Seats and Seat Controls Air Bag Systems. Safety Belts Restraint Systems for Children,Features and Controls. Section 2 Windows Exterior and Interior Lamps,Keys and Door Locks Mirrors. Remote Keyless Entry System Storage Compartments,Trunk Release Convenience Net. Automatic Transmission Accessory Power Outlets,Parking Brake OnStar System If Equipped. Tilt Wheel Sunroof Option, Turn Signal Multifunction Lever HomeLink Transmitter Option. Windshield Wipers Instrument Panel Warning Lights and Gages. Cruise Control,Table of Contents cont d,Comfort Controls and Audio Systems. Section 3 Heating and Air Conditioning Radio Theft Deterrent Feature. Setting the Radio Clock Steering Wheel Controls,Radio Cassette Player CD Player If Equipped. Your Driving and the Road,Section 4 Defensive Driving Steering. Drunken Driving Driving Tips for Various Road Conditions. Control of a Vehicle Loading Your Vehicle,Braking Towing a Trailer. Problems on the Road, Section 5 Hazard Warning Flashers Engine Overheating. Jump Starting Changing a Flat Tire,Towing Your Vehicle If You re Stuck. Table of Contents cont d,Service and Appearance Care. Section 6 Fuel Tires and Wheels,Checking Fluids and Lubricants Appearance Care. Engine Air Cleaner Filter Electrical System Fuses and Circuit Breakers. Brakes Capacities and Specifications, Bulb Replacement Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts. Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement,Maintenance Schedule. Scheduled Maintenance Recommended Fluids and Lubricants. Owner Checks and Services Maintenance Records,Periodic Maintenance Inspections. See separate Maintenance Schedule Booklet,Table of Contents cont d. Customer Assistance Information, Section 7 Customer Satisfaction Procedures Warranty Information See Warranty Manual. Customer Assistance Offices Reporting Safety Defects on page 7 10. Roadside Assistance and Courtesy Transportation Service Publications. Section 8 In the Index you will find an alphabetical listing of almost every subject in this manual. You can use it to quickly find something you want to read. Please refer to the last page of this manual for your Service Station Guide. We support voluntary,technician certification,GENERAL MOTORS GM and the GM Emblem. CADILLAC the CADILLAC Crest Wreath and,the name CATERA are registered trademarks of. General Motors Corporation, This manual includes the latest information at the time it. was printed We reserve the right to make changes after. that time without further notice For vehicles first sold in. Canada substitute the name General Motors of Canada. Limited for Cadillac Motor Car Division whenever it For Canadian Owners Who Prefer a. appears in this manual French Language Manual, Please keep this manual in your vehicle so it will be Aux propri taires canadiens Vous pouvez vous. there if you ever need it when you re on the road, If you sell the vehicle please leave this manual in it procurer un exemplaire de ce guide en fran ais chez. so the new owner can use it votre concessionaire ou au. Helm Incorporated,P O Box 07130,Detroit MI 48207,How to Use this Manual. Many people read their owner s manual from beginning CAUTION. to end when they first receive their new vehicle If you. do this it will help you learn about the features and These mean there is something that could hurt. controls for your vehicle In this manual you ll find you or other people. that pictures and words work together to explain,things quickly. In the caution area we tell you what the hazard is. Then we tell you what to do to help avoid or reduce the. hazard Please read these cautions If you don t you or. others could be hurt,You will also find a circle, Safety Warnings and Symbols with a slash through it in. this book This safety, You will find a number of safety cautions in this book symbol means Don t. We use a box and the word CAUTION to tell you Don t do this or Don t. about things that could hurt you if you were to ignore let this happen. the warning, Vehicle Damage Warnings In the notice area we tell you about something that can. damage your vehicle Many times this damage would, Also in this book you will find these notices not be covered by your warranty and it could be costly. But the notice will tell you what to do to help avoid. the damage,When you read other manuals you might see. These mean there is something that could CAUTION and NOTICE warnings in different. colors or in different words,damage your vehicle,You ll also see warning labels on your vehicle. They use the same words CAUTION or NOTICE,Vehicle Symbols. These are some of the symbols you may find on your vehicle Also see Warning Lights and Gages in the Index. For example These symbols These symbols These symbols These symbols Here are some. these symbols are important for have to do with are on some of are used on other symbols. are used on an you and your your lamps your controls warning and you may see. original battery passengers indicator lights,whenever your. MASTER WINDSHIELD,vehicle is driven,CAUTION LIGHTING WIPER. POSSIBLE SWITCH ENGINE FUSE,INJURY CHILD COOLANT,RESTRAINT TEMP. TOP STRAP TURN WINDSHIELD,ANCHOR SIGNALS WASHER,EYES BY BATTERY. SHIELDING LIGHTER,DOOR LOCK PARKING SYSTEM,CAUSTIC UNLOCK LAMPS. WINDSHIELD HORN,DEFROSTER BRAKE,ACID COULD,CAUSE FASTEN HAZARD. BURNS SEAT WARNING,BELTS FLASHER,REAR COOLANT FUEL. AVOID WINDOW,SPARKS OR DEFOGGER,FLAMES DAYTIME,POWER RUNNING. WINDOW ENGINE OIL,LAMPS PRESSURE,VENTILATING,AIR BAG FOG LAMPS FAN ANTI LOCK. BATTERY BRAKES,Service Station Guide,Cooling System. Tire Pressure,For Hood Release See Section 5,See Section 6. a More See Section 6,Detailed Look at,What s Under the Hood. See Section 6,Windshield Washer,See Section 6,Battery Engine Oil Dipstick. See Section 6 See Section 6 Fuel,Use unleaded only. Oil Viscosity Remote Fuel See Section 6,Engine Oil Door Release for octane ratings. See Section 6 See Section 6,Section 1 Seats and Restraint Systems. Here you ll find information about the seats in your vehicle and how to use your safety belts properly You can also. learn about some things you should not do with air bags and safety belts. 1 2 Seats and Seat Controls 1 34 Safety Belt Pretensioners. 1 13 Safety Belts They re for Everyone 1 34 Rear Seat Passengers. 1 17 Here are Questions Many People Ask 1 38 Children. About Safety Belts and the Answers 1 42 Restraint Systems for Children. 1 18 How to Wear Safety Belts Properly 1 52 Older Children. 1 18 Driver Position 1 55 Checking Your Restraint Systems. 1 25 Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy 1 55 Replacing Restraint System Parts After. 1 26 Right Front Passenger Position a Crash,1 26 Air Bag Systems. Seats and Seat Controls, This section tells you about the seats how to adjust. them and also about reclining front seatbacks lumbar. adjustments heated seats and head restraints,Manual Front Seat. You can lose control of the vehicle if you try to, adjust a manual driver s seat while the vehicle is. moving The sudden movement could startle and, confuse you or make you push a pedal when you To tilt the front portion of the seat cushion up or down. don t want to Adjust the driver s seat only when lift the seat lever located on the outboard side of the seat. the vehicle is not moving cushion Release the lever to lock the seat into place. Lift the bar located under the front seat to unlock it. Slide the seat to where you want it and release the bar. Try to move the seat with your body to be sure the seat. is locked into place, When additional support is no longer needed return the. cushion to its original position by pushing it towards the. rear of the vehicle,Manual Lumbar Support,The manual lumbar control. is located on the outboard,side of each front seatback. The control provides,additional support to your,lower back and works. independently of other,seat controls, To raise or lower the seat cushion press one of the. rocker switch buttons located on the side of the seat. cushion closest to the door The top button raises,the seat cushion and the bottom button lowers the. Use the seat controls first to get the proper seating. seat cushion,position Then proceed with the lumbar adjustment. Vehicles with sport seats also include an adjustable seat. The upper and lower seatback can be adjusted using the. cushion which extends outward to provide additional. small hand wheel control Turn the control forward to. leg support,increase support and rearward to decrease support. To extend the bottom of the seat cushion grasp the front. Keep in mind that as your seating position changes. portion of the cushion and pull it towards the front of. as it may during long trips so should the position. the vehicle,of the lumbar support Adjust the seat as needed.
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