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Operating Instructions
ADR

T0010216

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General
An ADR adapted vehicle must be able to
transport dangerous goods in such a way
that it does not cause and cannot aggravate
a possible accident situation.

The ADR legal requirements differ between


countries but all are based on the ADR ac-
cord. Follow the regulations of the relevant
country.

In ADR certified trucks the main circuit


breaker cuts the current to all systems in
the truck except for the tachograph.

Caution! Switch off the parking heater


before cutting the current. The parking
heater may be damaged if left on when the
current is cut.

Note! Do not by-pass the main circuit-


breaker. If the main circuit-breaker is
by-passed the vehicle no longer fulfills the
statutory requirements and safety demands.

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Switch off the current


Press in the switch on the dashboard
or

Press the switch on the rear of the cab


(optional extra)
When the ignition key is removed from the
starter switch the current is initially cut af-
ter twenty minutes. If the parking lamps,
parking heater or hazard warning lamps are
on or if the air suspension is active (the
control button not in the run position) the
current will not be cut at all.
T0010215

When the main current is cut all the sys-


tems on the vehicle are shut off, except for
the tachograph.

Warning! Do not cut the current dur-


ing a journey! When the current is cut
the engine and important systems are
switched off.

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Turn on the current


Switch on both emergency switches

T0010215

Turn the ignition key to the lowest radio


position.

The ignition key must be left in the ignition


switch in any position in order for current
to be used during rest and over night stops.
The ignition key must have first been in the
lowest radio position.

If the parking lamps, parking heater or haz-


ard warning lamps are on or if the air
suspension is active (the control button not
in the run position) the current will not be
cut at all, even if the key is removed from T0010213
the starter switch

If the ignition key is already in the radio


position the current will be turned on when
the emergency switches are reactivated.

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Switch on the current within twenty minutes


Both emergency switches must be on.

T0010215

There are two ways to switch the current


on within twenty minutes:

First turn the ignition key to the radio


position
Then turn the ignition key to the off
position
Finally remove the ignition key from
the starter switch

The main current will be cut after twenty


minutes.

If the parking lamps, parking heater or haz-


ard warning lamps are on or if the air
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suspension is active (the control button not
in the run position) the current will not be
cut at all.

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Hold in the starter switch for two sec-


onds

The main current will be cut after twenty


minutes.

If the parking lamps, parking heater or haz-


ard warning lamps are on or if the air
suspension is active (the control button not
in the run position) the current will not be
cut at all.
T0010214

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Volvo Truck Corporation
Gteborg, Sweden

20 158829 English .01.2002 Printed in Sweden

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Operating Instructions
Display, graphic
Numeric language

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Contents
Numeric language, general ................................................................. 1
Numeric language, general ................................................................. 1
Display control stalk ........................................................................... 1
Text strings .......................................................................................... 1
Stop message ....................................................................................... 2

Change language .................................................................................. 3


Change language ................................................................................. 3

Menus .................................................................................................... 5
General ................................................................................................ 5
Password protected menus .................................................................. 5
Menus available when driving ............................................................ 5
Menus when vehicle stationary .......................................................... 9

Numerical conversion table .............................................................. 18


General .............................................................................................. 18

Index .................................................................................................... 27

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Numeric language, general 1

Numeric language, general


The instruction describes how the numeric
language is made up and functions. Only
the most important menus and messages
are described. For more in depth informa-
tion about the display see Operating
instructions Display, graphic.

Display control stalk


Manual communication with the display is
achieved using the control stalk on the
right-hand side of the steering wheel. The
following commands are available:

1 Esc is used to return to the previous


menu and to cancel a setting /opera-
tion.

2 SELECT confirms the selected


choice of menu or symbol.

3 1
moves the cursor up and is used
to set numbers/characters.
T3008810

4 moves the cursor up and is used


to set numbers / characters.

Text strings
Digits between characters << and >>
symbolises a text string. For information
about what the numerical text means, see <<1003>>
Menus page 5 17 or Numerical con- -2C
version table page 18 25.

98C 11:45
AM
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Stop message
Red stop lamp + stop symbol
If the red stop lamp and stop symbol are
shown in the display the vehicle must be
stopped immediately and the engine must
be switched off. The accompanying nu- T3014364
meric text should be read off to establish
where the fault lies. For information about
what the numerical text means, see
Menus page 5 17 or Numerical con-
version table page 18 25. T3013624

WARNING
The vehicle must be stopped immedi-
ately and the engine must be turned off
when this lamp lights up.

If the engine is running a warning signal


also sounds. It can be acknowledged by
pressing Esc, but starts again after 10 sec-
onds. For more in depth information about
the messages see Operating instructions
Display, graphic.

Information lamp CHECK + text


When the information lamp CHECK is lit
the fault should be checked at the next
stop. The relevant numerical text is shown
in the display. Several symbols also have a T3014365
value displayed. For information about
what the numerical text means, see
Menus page 5 17 or Numerical con-
version table page 18 25.

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Change language 3

Change language
The numeric language is an option and can
be shown as one of three languages in the
display. The language can be changed in
the menu Display setting.
P-heater timer 2/7
Display setting
Vehicle Settings
Diagnostics
Service
Data log
Password

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Language
MENU: Display setting, Language

The language settings apply even after the


ignition has been switched off.

1 Select Language using 1/ and


press SELECT.
Display setting
Language
Units
Time/date
Display lighting
Change Password

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2 Up to three languages can be dis-


played. Mark Numerical, which
indicates the numeric language, using
1 / and press SELECT. Press Esc to
exit settings and return to the Main
menu.
Display settings
Language 1/3
Numerical
Swedish
English

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Menus 5

General
The numeric language is hierarchical and
follows the same structure as in Operating
instructions Display, graphic. In the menus
which have text the text is marked with the
number. All the menu titles and text strings
are in the menu list.

Password protected menus


The key symbol to the right in the menu
list means that the menu is password pro-
tected. For more in depth information about T3014604
the passwords see Operating instructions
Display, graphic.

Menus available when driving


Menu 1
<<100>> = Gauge
Gear selection
External temperature
Temperature, engine oil
Temperature, gearbox
Pressure, primary tank
Volt meter/ Ammeter

Menu 2
<<101>> = Fuel data
Fuel consumption
Resetting, fuel data
<<400>> = Reset ALL fuel data? Press SELECT for 1 second.
Leg fuel
Resetting, fuel data

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<<400>> = Reset ALL fuel data? Press SELECT for 1 second.


Remaining fuel

Menu 3
<<102>> = Time/distance
Time and date
Setting, time and date
Alarm clock
Setting, alarm clock
<<301>> = ON
<<302>> = OFF
<<303>> = NEW TIME
Tripmeter
Reset the tripmeter
<<403>> = Reset? Press SELECT for 1 second.
Average speed
Reset average speed
<<403>> = Reset? Press SELECT for 1 second.
Estimated time of arrival
Give distance to destination
<<405>> = Give distance:

Menu 4
<<103>> = Display
<<304>> = Black panel
<<305>> = Favourite Display
<<306>> = Background lighting
Setting, background lighting
<<307>> = Favourite Display, setting
<<308>> = Night/day

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Menu 5
<<104>> = Vehicle messages
<<309>> = No messages
MID 128 = Engine control unit
MID 136 = Brake control unit
MID 130 = Gearbox
MID 223 = Gearshift control
MID 222 = Retarder control unit
MID 144 = Vehicle control unit
MID 140 = Display
MID 150 = Air suspension
MID 249 = Body builder module
MID 146 = Climate control unit
MID 232 = Airbag
MID 216 = Light control unit
MID 231 = Telephone
MID 163 = Anti-theft protection
MID 203 = Transport information system
MID 250 = Steering Wheel Module
<<1000>> = No data
<<1001>> = HIGH
<<1002>> = TOO HIGH
<<1003>> = Icy conditions
<<1004>> = Discharge
<<1005>> = Refuel now.
<<1006>> = Check
<<1010>> = Check at next stop
<<1007>> = LOW

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<<1008>> = TOO LOW


<<1011>> = Stop, fault
<<1012>> = Check data link
<<1013>> = Check data link open circuit
<<1014>> = Low pressure

Menu 6
<<105>> = Reset
<<406>> = Reset ALL data? Press SELECT for 1 second.

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Menus when vehicle stationary


Menu 7
<<107>> = P-heater timer
<<212>> = Program
<<356>> = Set start date
<<418>> = Set start time
<<502>> = Set duration
<<213>> = Reset
<<214>> = No time programmed

Menu 8
<<108>> = Display setting
<<200>> = Language
Numerical = Numeric language
Swedish
English
<<201>> = Units
<<310>> = Distance
km
miles
<<311>> = Fuel consumption
km/L
L/100km
mpg (IMP gallons)
mpg (US gallons)
<<312>> = Temperature

C

F
<<202>> = Time/Date

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<<313>> = Clock Format


<<409>> = 24 h
<<410>> = AM/PM
<<314>> = Date format
<<411>> = yymmdd
<<412>> = ddmmyy
<<413>> = mmddyy
<<203>> = Display lighting
<<315>> = Contrast
<<316>> = Background lighting
<<317>> = Night display
<<1023>> = Inactive
<<1024>> = Active
<<204>> = Change password
<<227>> = To see more menus, enter password
<<319>> = Workshop password 2
<<318>> = Transport company password
<<320>> = Workshop password 1
<<414>> = Enter new password:

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Menu 9
<<109>> = Vehicle Settings
<<205>> = Traction control
<<301>> = On
<<302>> = Off
<<206>> = Fleet target
<<321>> = Engine speed (max)
<<415>> = Present value:
<<416>> = Enter new value:
rpm
<<1015>> = The transfer is complete.
<<1016>> = Action unsuccessful.
<<322>> = Road speed (max)
<<415>> = Present value:
<<416>> = Enter new value:
km/h, mph
<<1015>> = The transfer is complete.
<<1016>> = Action unsuccessful.
<<323>> = Fuel (target)
<<415>> = Present value:
<<416>> = Enter new value:
l/100 km, mpg
<<1015>> = The transfer is complete.
<<1016>> = Action unsuccessful.
<<207>> = Ammeter calibration
<<417>> = Switch off all power consumers, then switch off the ignition.
<<500>> = Calibration in progress, please wait
<<501>> = Sensor component modified. Switch the ignition on.
<<208>> = Fleet id

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<<324>> = Fleet id:


<<325>> = Enter new fleet id:
<<1015>> = The transfer is complete.
<<1016>> = Action unsuccessful.
<<211>> = Daytime running lights
<<301>> = On
<<302>> = Off

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Menu 10
<<110>> = Diagnostics
<<215>> = Fault Diagnostics
MID 128 = Engine control unit
MID 136 = Brake control unit
MID 130 = Gearbox
MID 223 = Gearshift control
MID 222 = Retarder control unit
MID 144 = Vehicle control unit
MID 140 = Display
MID 150 = Air suspension
MID 249 = Body builder module
MID 146 = Climate control unit
MID 232 = Airbag
MID 216 = Light control unit
MID 231 = Telephone
MID 163 = Anti-theft protection
MID 203 = Transport information system
MID 250 = Steering Wheel Module
<<1017>> = Data transfer in progress, please wait.
<<419>> = No errors
<<1016>> = Action unsuccessful
<<420>> = Inactive
<<421>> = Active
<<423>> = More info? Press SELECT
<<422>> = Number of events:
<<503>> = First
<<504>> = Last
AM
PM

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<<505>> = Reset? Hold SELECT for 1 second


<<506>> = Too many fault messages.
<<424>> = Reset all faults for this MID? Press SELECT for 1 second
<<216>> = Instrument test
<<326>> = Indicator lamp test
<<327>> = Gauge test
<<328>> = Display test
<<329>> = Loudspeaker test
<<217>> = Part number
MID 128 = Engine control unit
MID 136 = Brake control unit
MID 130 = Gearbox
MID 223 = Gearshift control
MID 222 = Retarder control unit
MID 144 = Vehicle control unit
MID 140 = Display
MID 150 = Air suspension
MID 249 = Body builder module
MID 146 = Climate control unit
MID 232 = Airbag
MID 216 = Light control unit
MID 231 = Telephone
MID 163 = Anti-theft protection
MID 203 = Transport information system
MID 250 = Steering Wheel Module
<<1017>> = Data transfer in progress, please wait.
<<430>> = Hardware number:
<<431>> = Software number:
<<1018>> = No data

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Menu 11
<<111>> = Vehicle data
<<221>> = Oil level
<<331>> = min<
<<332>> = >max
<<330>> = Not available. X min remaining.
<<222>> = Load indicator

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Menu 12
<<112>> = Data log
<<223>> = Vehicle number
<<1017>> = Data transfer in progress, please wait
<<333>> = Fleet id:
<<334>> = Chassis number:
<<1018>> = No data
<<224>> = Totals
<<335>> = Total distance:
<<336>> = Total fuel consumption:
<<337>> = Total number of hours engine has been run:
<<338>> = Total idling time:
<<339>> = Total power take off time:
<<340>> = Total number of engine revolutions:
<<225>> = Trip data
<<341>> = Trip distance:
<<342>> = Trip average fuel consumption:
<<343>> = Trip total fuel consumption:
<<344>> = Trip overrevs:
<<345>> = Trip uneconomic revs:
<<346>> = Trip consumption during uneconomic revs:
<<347>> = Trip average fuel consumption:
<<348>> = Trip overspeed:
<<349>> = Trip engine hours:
<<350>> = Trip idling time:
<<351>> = Trip idle fuel consumption:
<<352>> = Trip power take-off time:
<<353>> = Trip power take-off fuel

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<<354>> = Trip cruise time


<<226>> = Reset trip data
<<433>> = Reset all trip data? Press SELECT for 1 second.
<<1017>> = Data transfer in progress, please wait
<<1015>> = The transfer is complete.
<<1016>> = Action unsuccessful

Menu 13
<<113>> = Password
Entering, password
<<227>> = For more menus, enter password:

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General
In order to quickly see what each number
means here is a list of all numbers in order
together with the meaning.
<<100>> to <<113>>

Number Meaning
100 Gauge
101 Fuel data
102 Time/distance
103 Display
104 Vehicle messages
105 Reset
106
107 P-heater timer
108 Display setting
109 Vehicle Settings
110 Diagnostics
111 Vehicle data
112 Data log
113 Password

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<<200>> to <<227>>
Number Meaning
200 Language
201 Units
202 Time/Date
203 Display lighting
204 Change password
205 Traction control
206 Fleet target
207 Ammeter calibration
208 Fleet id
209 Fog lights
210 Spotlights
211 Daytime running lights
212 Program
213 Reset
214 No time programmed
215 Fault diagnostics
216 Instrument test
217 Part number
218 General enquiry
219 Other systems
220 Reset all
221 Oil level
222 Load indicator
223 Vehicle number
224 Totals
225 Trip data
226 Reset trip data
227 For more menus, enter password:

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<<300>> to <<356>>
Number Meaning
300
301 On
302 Off
303 New time
304 Black Panel
305 Favourite Display
306 Background lighting
307 Favourite Display, setting
308 Night/day
309 No messages
310 Distance
311 Fuel consumption
312 Temperature
313 Clock Format
314 Date format
315 Contrast
316 Background lighting
317 Night display
318 Transport company, password
319 Workshop, password 2
320 Workshop, password 1
321 Engine speed (max)
322 Road speed (max)
323 Fuel (target)
324 Fleet id
325 Enter new fleet id
326 Indicator lamp test
327 Gauge test

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328 Display test


329 Loudspeaker test
330 Not available. X min remaining.
331 min<
332 >max
333 Fleet id:
334 Chassis number:
335 Total distance:
336 Total fuel consumption:
337 Total number of hours engine has been run:
338 Total idling time:
339 Total power take off time:
340 Total number of engine revolutions:
341 Trip distance:
342 Trip average fuel consumption:
343 Trip total fuel consumption:
344 Trip overrevs:
345 Trip uneconomic revs:
346 Trip consumption during uneconomic revs:
347 Trip average fuel consumption:
348 Trip overspeed:
349 Trip engine hours:
350 Trip idling time:
351 Trip idle fuel consumption
352 Trip power take-off time:
353 Trip power take-off fuel:
354 Trip cruise time:
355 Incorrect password.
356 Set start date

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<<400>> to <<434>>
Number Meaning
400 Reset ALL fuel data? Press SELECT for 1 second
401
402
403 Reset? Press SELECT for 1 second.
404
405 Give distance:
406 Reset ALL data? Press SELECT for 1 second.
407
408
409 24h
410 AM/PM
411 yymmdd
412 ddmmyy
413 mmddyy
414 Enter new password:
415 Present value:
416 Enter new value:
417 Switch off all power consumers, then switch off the ignition.
418 Set start time:
419 No errors
420 Inactive
421 Active
422 Number of events:
423 More info? Press SELECT
424 Reset all faults for this MID? Press SELECT for 1 second.
425 Reset ALL faults? Press SELECT for 1 second.
426 Alarm
427 Alarm clock

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428 Warning
429 Turn indicators
430 Hardware number:
431 Software number:
432 Give over speed
433 Reset all trip data? Press SELECT for 1 second.
434 No other systems accessible.

<<500>> to <<506>>

Number Meaning
500 Calibration in progress, please wait
501 Sensor component changed. Switch on the ignition
502 Set duration:
503 First:
504 Last:
505 Reset? Hold SELECT for 1 second.
506 Too many fault messages

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<<1000>> to <<1024>>
Number Meaning
1000 No data
1001 High
1002 Too high
1003 Icy conditions
1004 Discharge
1005 Refuel now
1006 Check
1007 Low
1008 Too low
1009 Check
1010 Check at next stop
1011 Stop. Fault.
1012 Check data link
1013 Check data link open circuit
1014 Low pressure
1015 The transfer is complete
1016 Action unsuccessful.
1017 Data transfer in progress, please wait.
1018 No data
1019 Welcome
1020 Pleasant journey!
1021 Incorrect password
1022
1023 Inactive
1024 Active

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MID 128 to MID 250


Number Meaning
MID 128 Engine control unit
MID 130 Gearbox
MID 136 Brake control unit
MID 140 Display
MID 144 Vehicle control unit
MID 146 Climate unit
MID 150 Air suspension
MID 163 Anti-theft protection
MID 203 Transport information system
MID 216 Light control unit
MID 222 Retarder control unit
MID 223 Gear control
MID 231 Telephone
MID 232 Airbag
MID 249 Body builder module
MID 250 Steering Wheel Module

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Index
Numerical conversion table . . . 18
C
Change language . . . . . . . . 3 P
Control stalk . . . . . . . . . . 1 Password protected menus . . . . 5

D R
Display control stalk . . . . . . 1 Red stop lamp + stop symbol . . 2

I S
Information lamp CHECK + text . 2 Stop message . . . . . . . . . 2

M T
Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Text strings . . . . . . . . . . 1

N
Numeric language, general . . . 1

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Volvo Truck Corporation
Gteborg, Sweden

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Operating Instructions
Tachograph 1324

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Contents

System overview ..................................................................................................................... 1


General information .............................................................................................................. 2
Operating controls ................................................................................................................. 3
Enable the device ................................................................................................................... 5
Opening the drawer .............................................................................................................. 5
Inserting the driver 2 chart ................................................................................................... 6
Inserting the driver 1 chart ................................................................................................... 6
Setting the time groups ........................................................................................................ 8
Removing the charts .............................................................................................................. 9
Driver change ....................................................................................................................... 10
Adjusting the time ................................................................................................................ 11
Messages ............................................................................................................................... 12
A message is being displayed ............................................................................................ 12
Displaying the error memory ............................................................................................. 13
Error code Overview .......................................................................................................... 14
Troubleshooting ................................................................................................................. 15
Updating the chart carrier .................................................................................................. 15
Description of the chart ....................................................................................................... 16
The appropriate chart for the device .................................................................................. 16
Recordings on the front part of the chart ........................................................................... 17
Entries in the centre field ................................................................................................... 18
The rear side of the chart .................................................................................................... 19
Recording of failures ........................................................................................................... 20
Appendix ............................................................................................................................... 21
Compulsory inspection of tachographs .............................................................................. 21
Maintenance and cleaning .................................................................................................. 21

Definitions contained in these operating instructions

Driver 1 = The person who is driving the vehicle at the moment or who will be
driving the vehicle.

Driver 2 = The person who is not driving the vehicle.

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System overview 1

Tachograph 1324

Indicating instrument

Charts
Sensor 2170

The new tachograph 1324 sets new stand- Within the immediate field of view of the
ards in performance, technology, and design driver, there is an approved indicating
due to its modular design with separate dis- instrument with analogous vehicle speed
play and recording. The tachograph 1324, pointer, digital distance counter, time and
which is in DIN radio compartment format, is trip odometer. The function monitor
an innovative system component. refers to messages of the tachograph 1324.

Driver 1 and driver 2 conveniently select the Together with the intelligent sensor 2170,
respective working time groups via the con- the system forms a reliable unit. The sensor
trol keys. provides real-time pulses and encoded data
for recording the distance travelled and the
Besides the date, time and distance travelled, vehicle speed.
the selected working time groups and the
symbols of the inserted charts are clearly
shown in the display. Failures at the device or
of a system component will be signalled May all your journeys be pleasant!
automatically.

Like before, the vehicle speed and the dis-


tance travelled as well as the driver specific
driving, working and break times are record-
ed on the tachograph chart.

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2 General information

The symbols in these operating instructions The tachograph 1324 will be installed
have the following meanings: and sealed by authorised persons.
Please do not intervene at the device
or at the supply lines.
ATTENTION!
The text next to this symbol contains
important information, which has to Notes for the handling of the charts
be observed to prevent the device The chart is driver-specific and may
from being damaged. thus not be transferred to other
persons!
NOTES Use charts provided by the manufacturer.
or additional information, which, if Make sure that the full-scale value and
not observed, may lead to failures, the approval mark correspond to those
are marked by this symbol. on the tachograph 1324, see page 16.
Only insert perfect charts, they may
neither be folded, nor be torn at the
perimeter and / or at the opening, nor be
Please observe the notes listed
wavy or damaged in any other way!
below!
The recorded charts must be safely
stored and protected against damage, see
Notes for the operation of the also Section 15 of the CR (EEC) No.
tachograph 1324 3821/85.
Only open the drawer for inserting or
removing the charts. Otherwise, keep it
shut at all times to avoid damages and to Reference to legal provisions
prevent it from being contaminated. Those who modify the settings of the
Do not use the drawer as a kind of sup- controlling device or at the signal feed
port, like for example, for writing on the line, which influence the record issued
charts. by the controlling device, especially
Do not use any abrasive detergents for when intending to deceive, may violate
cleaning the device, nor any solvents like official penal provisions or administra-
diluent or naphtha. tive regulations!

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Operating controls 3

1 2

8 7

Tachograph 1324

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4 Operating controls (see figure page 3)

1 Left-hand keypad 4 Checkpoint marking


Key for unlocking the drawer. for checking the temporally correct posi-
tion of the chart carrier.
Key for adjusting the time group
for driver 1.
5 "Pear-shaped" chart carrier
2 Right-hand keypad
6 Separating plate
Key for adjusting the time group between driver 1 and driver 2 chart.
for driver 2.
Key for selecting the following 7 Nameplate
functions: The manufacturer, device type, inspec-
"Time Adjustment", tion mark and serial number are indicated
see page 11. here.
Display "Error Memory",
see page 13. 8 Hinged drawer
Keys for adjusting the time and for
displaying the current error messa-
ges.

3 Display
(lit up if the ignition is switched on)
The basic display is shown perma-
nently.
Messages / notes are displayed
automatically, see page 12.

Date + time

Chart + time group


symbol, driver 2
Error symbol

Total kilometre reading


Chart + time group
symbol, driver 1

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Enable the device 5

Opening the drawer


The drawer may only be opened, 2. Pull out the hinged drawer to the limit
if ... stop and tip it down.
the vehicle is at a standstill and Remove driver 1 chart if necessary.
the ignition is switched on.

1. Press the key.

3. Tilt separating plate entirely upwards.


Remove driver 2 chart if necessary.

In the display, the "Ejection active"


symbol is shown. Additionally, a
process indicator shows that this proc-
ess may take some time.

Wait until the drawer has been


unlocked.

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6 Enable the device

Inserting the driver 2 chart


5. Tilt separating plate downwards.
Before starting to drive, the centre
field of the chart has to be duly
recorded, see page 18.

4. The driver 2 inserts the recorded chart


with the front side facing up in the "pear-
shaped" chart carrier.
Make sure that the chart is located be-
low the spring element (a).

Inserting the driver 1 chart


6. The driver 1 inserts the recorded chart
on the separating plate in the chart car-
rier with the front side facing up.
b
Make sure that the tachograph chart is
located under the holding-down c
device (b) and the latches (c) of the
pear-shaped chart carrier.

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Comment on 1 driver operation 9. The basic display is shown:


In the 1 driver operation, only the chart for including date, time, and the total
driver 1 is to be inserted on the separating number of kilometres,
plate. additionally, the symbols for the in-
serted charts, and current position of
7. Make sure that the position of the chart the time groups, on the left for driver 1
carrier is temporally correct. The time and on the right for driver 2, are dis-
scale of the chart has to be adjusted to played.
the current time of the display at the
respective marker (d).

d
Notes on the basic display
The time of the tachograph 1324 is adju-
sted to the legal time of the country
where the vehicle has been registered.
If this is not the case, please start the The start and the end of the daylight
chart carrier settings update, saving time are deposited within the
see page 15. device and will be updated automati-
cally.
8. Bring the hinged drawer into a horizontal
See also page 14 "Error code
position and push it in until it latches.
overview".
In case an exclamation mark appears
next to the total kilometre reading, there
has been a failure. See also page 14
"Error code overview".

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8 Enable the device

Setting the time groups


2 driver operation 1 driver operation
10. Driver 1 presses the key. Only insert the chart for driver 1 on the
Press the key several times, until the separating plate during 1 driver opera-
desired time group is shown in the dis- tion.
play. Set the time group for driver 2 to break
time " ", otherwise there will be an er-
11. Driver 2 presses the key.
ror message.
Press the key several times, until the
desired time group is shown in the dis- Time group distribution
play.
= driving times
= other working times
= availability
(waiting times, co-driver times,
times in sleeping cabin during ride)
= break times and resting periods
Driver 1
Driver 2

As soon as the vehicle starts to drive, the


tachograph 1324 will automatically record
" " for driver 1
" " for driver 2
and the corresponding symbols will appear in
the display.

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Removing the charts 9

Remove your chart from the tachograph 1324 Comment


in case of a change of driver or vehicle, In case you have, however, switched off the
at the end of the working time ignition, it is possible that the drawer does
or after 24 hours at the latest. not properly lock after closing. In this case,
please proceed as follows:
The drawer may only be opened,
if ... 1. Switch on the ignition.
the vehicle is at a standstill and Wait until the ejection procedure has
been finished.
the ignition is switched on.
2. Then push in the drawer until it locks
1. Press key. into place.
3. Switch off the ignition again.

Automatic switching off of the time


group and the distance recording
In case the drawer remains closed with the
charts inserted for more than 25 hours, the
tachograph 1324 automatically records the
The "Ejection active"symbol is shown time group " " for driver 1 and 2. The
in the display. A process indicator sig- tachograph 1324 thus goes easy on the vehi-
nals that the records on the charts are cle batteries.
being completed by the Tacho-
graph 1324.
Wait until the drawer has been Notes on a standstill of the vehicle
unlocked.
If the vehicle will not be used for a
Please do not switch off the ignition long time, please make sure that
while the "Ejection active" symbol is there is no chart in the tacho-
shown on the display! graph 1324; e.g. in case of mainte-
nance or repair work or immobilisa-
tion of the vehicle.
2. Pull out the hinged drawer to the limit
stop and tip it down.
3. Remove the charts and complete the
inscription in the centre field,
see page 18.
4. Bring the hinged drawer into a horizontal
position and push it in until it latches.

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10 Driver change

Case 1:
The crew changes among them-
selves, driver 2 becomes driver 1:
1. Exchange the charts.
Driver 1 (now driver 2) places his
chart below the separating plate and
driver 2 (now driver 1) on the separat-
Chart Chart ing plate.
driver 1 driver 2
2. Select the desired time groups.
The new driver 1 presses the key ,
the driver 2 the key .

Case 2:
Driver 1 or driver 2 leaves the vehi-
cle:
1. The respective driver takes his chart with
him.
2. The new driver 2 places his chart below
Record as
driver 2 the separating plate.
Driver change
or:
Record as
driver 1 The new driver 1 places his chart on the
separating plate.

Comment
In case the driver changes the vehicle during
his daily working time, he has to take the In case there is no new driver 2, the time
chart with him and note the vehicle change group has to be switched to break time " ",
on the rear of the chart. otherwise an error message will be displayed.

Case 3:
Driver 1 and driver 2 both leave the
vehicle:
1. Both drivers remove their charts from
the device.
2. The new crew inserts the chart according
to their respective functions
(driver 1 or driver 2) in the device.

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Adjusting the time 11

The function TIME ADJUSTMENT


may only be selected if the vehicle is
stationary.
For an automatic synchronisation of the
chart carrier and the time, the ignition
has to be switched on and there must
not be any chart inserted in the
= Depress key shortly
tachograph 1324. = Depress key for a longer interval

1. Select the TIME ADJUSTMENT via .

2. Activate the minutes counter via or ,


the minutes start to flash.

3. Depress or key until the desired value


is being displayed.

4. Activate the hours counter via , the hours


start to flash.

5. Depress or key until the desired value


is being displayed.
When exceeding or undershooting 00:00, the
date will be adjusted automatically.

6. Acknowledge the time adjustment by depressing


the key for more than 2 seconds. The basic
display will then be shown again.

Comment
If you adjust the time while a chart is inserted, the er-
ror symbol will be shown in the display and the time
will be flashing. The tachograph 1324 will remind
you to update the chart carrier settings;
see page 15.

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12 Messages

The tachograph 1324 monitors the function- and notes may be shown in the display imme-
ing of the system and automatically signals diately after having closed the drawer or
any failure occurring in one of the compo- when the failure occurs.
nents, the device or the handling. Messages

A message is being displayed

The function monitor (1) at the indi-


cating instrument is lit up,
3
an exclamation mark (2) will appear next
to the total kilometre reading in the
tachograph 1324 display and ...
depending on the error type either the
complete time display (3) is flashing or 1 2
the colon between the digits may stop to
flash.
Additionally, the error is recorded in an
electronical memory, see "Displaying
the error memory".
Some failures are also documented by
the tachograph 1324 on the chart,
see page 20.

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Messages 13

Displaying the error memory


To find out the reason for the error message
please refer to the ERROR MEMORY
menu.
The display ERROR MEMORY
function may only be selected if the
vehicle is at a standstill!

1. Select the ERROR MEMORY menu by


shortly depressing the key twice.
= Depress key shortly
= Depress key for a longer interval

2. Via or , other active errors may


be displayed.
3. Call up the basic display again,
Depress key for more than 2 Error start
seconds Symbol with error code
or do not depress any key for 20 Other error messages available
seconds.

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14 Messages

Error code Overview

Displayed message Code Meaning / measure

9 0 0 A = Error during CAN transmission


900B Contact Volvo workshop.

9 0 0 F = Keypad error, key pressed too long or blocked


9 0 1 0 = LCD error (display)
9 0 5 1 = Driver 1 chart is missing
9 0 5 2 = Driver 2 chart is missing
(This message will appear when switching from
to , for example, while the chart is missing.)
Insert chart(s).

9053 = The tachograph 1324 has automatically changed


over to the beginning or the end of the daylight
saving time,
(Time is flashing)
or the time has been adjusted with the chart
inserted.
Note: update the chart carrier settings,
see page 15.

9 0 6 0 = Error at the drawer


Start the ejection procedure and close the drawer
again afterwards.

9 0 6 1 = Error in recording system


9062 (The tachograph 1324 will record these errors on the
9063 chart, see page 20.)

9 0 6 4 = Error during chart carrier settings update


Update the chart carrier settings once again,
(Time is flashing) see page 15.

9 0 6 4 = Error in the driving mechanism of the chart carrier


Check whether the charts have been correctly
(Colon is not flashing) inserted.

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Displayed messages Code Meaning / measure

9 4 30 = Error at "B7" v-pulse output


A 0 0C = Internal error
A 0 50 = Trip without driver 1 chart
(Error code cannot be found in the error memory.)
Insert driver 1 chart.

A 4 00 = Power loss
(Error code cannot be found in the error memory.
The tachograph 1324 will record a power loss on the
chart, see page 20.)

A423 = Error during sensor 2170 communication


A 8 22 = Error in sensor 2170 key / serial number / signal
(The tachograph 1324 will record these errors on the
chart, see page 20.)

Troubleshooting
After having remedied the error cause, e.g. in
In case one of the messages is shown
case of an operating error, the message will
repeatedly, consult a authorized ser-
automatically be deleted.
vice workshop!

Updating the chart carrier


1. Open the drawer and remove both charts. 3. Open the drawer and insert new charts if
necessary. The tachograph 1324 will be
2. Close the drawer again.
ready for use again.
The tachograph 1324 will automati-
cally update the time of the chart car-
rier, and the error symbol and the time
will then stop to flash.

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16 Description of the chart

The appropriate chart for the device

When using (ordering) charts, always


ensure that the full-scale value (1)
and the approval mark (2) of the
tachograph 1324 correspond to the
details (3) or (4) on the chart respec-
tively.
1
2 Outside the EU, the respective national ap-
proval marks and provisions are valid.

Depending on the full-scale value and the de-


vice design, you may use the following charts
within the tachograph 1324:

3
4

Standard chart Volvo Chart for electronical Volvo Approval mark


part no. evaluation part no.
125-24 EC 4K 3985719 125-24/2 EC 4B 20400028 e1-83
125-3300-24/2 EC 4B 20400029 e1-85

= Chart for versions with engine speed recording (rpm).

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Description of the chart 17

Recordings on the front part of the chart


7 Distance travelled
1 An up- or downward
movement corresponds to
2 5 km.
= 5km
3
Note
4 The distance recording will
be interrupted if ...
5
6
the time group switches have been
7 set to break time " " for both driv-
8 ers and
the ignition has been switched off
and
the additional record (option) is not
active.
When the ignition is switched on, the re-
cording of the distance will be continued
correctly in terms of time and position.

1 Time scale 8 Additional recording (option)


Recording of additional working groups,
2 Opening marker e.g.: use of blue light, a police siren, etc.
Each opening of the drawer is being
recorded.
Evaluation of charts
3 Speed recording in kph Besides the direct reading of the records,
there is also the possibility of a precise eval-
4 Time group recording uation of the recorded data. Further details
will be readily provided by a Siemens VDO
5 Centre field distributing centre.

6 "Pear-shaped opening"
Ensures the temporally exact positioning
of the chart.

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18 Description of the chart

Entries in the centre field


a) ... before trip
name and first name of the driver
place of departure
date of insertion (upper line)
a) vehicle registration number
beginning odometer reading

b) ... after trip


place of arrival
date of chart retrieval (bottom line)
ending odometer reading
distance travelled (may be entered)
b)

Comment
The entering of the name and first name as
well as statements on the beginning and the
end of the use is required by law and forms
the basis of a later evaluation of the chart.

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Description of the chart 19

The rear side of the chart


1 Entry field for the time groups
This entry field is used for manual entries
c) of the time groups. Manual entries are
3 required if, for example, the crew
1 members work away from the vehicle
and therefore are not able to operate the
tachograph 1324 or else in case of a fail-
ure of the time group recording mecha-
2 3
nism.

2 Centre field
d) In the centre field, up to three vehicle
changes may be entered manually.
2 The following data is required:
time of vehicle change
the registration number of the new
4 vehicle
odometer reading at start of
4a journey
odometer reading at end of journey
distance travelled (may be entered)

The tachograph 1324 has two basic chart 3 Approval mark field
types: This part of the rear side contains
c) without rpm recording information on the approval numbers of
d) with rpm recording the chart and the devices for which the
chart is approved.

4 RPM recording
The temporally exact recording (in rpm)
is carried out on the rear side of the chart
for driver 1.

Note
The markers (4a) will be displayed for
ignition on / off.

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20 Recording of failures

Power loss
1 In case there is power available again, the tachograph 1324
will draw a line (1) on the chart shortly after the vehicle has
started to move.

Sensor 2170 disconnection


Failure of the transmission link between sensor 2170
tachograph 1324:
2 As soon as the vehicle stands still, the marker (2) is
shown.
or
The marker (3) is displayed immediately after the fail-
ure and remains there,
until the cause of the failure has been remedied.

Device failures
Failures in the recording mechanism may
cause the following recording errors:
4
Marker (4), defect within the v-recording mechanism.

Marker (5) and (6), defect within the recording mecha-


nism for the time group and distance record.
5

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Appendix 21

Compulsory inspection of tachographs


The vehicle owner is obliged to have the ed, e.g. in conjunction with the technical
installed tachograph 1324 inspected at inspection of your vehicle.
regular intervals.
Please ensure that the installation plate is
At least once every two years, the proper op- replaced at each inspection and contains the
eration of the tachograph 1324 has to be test- information required.

Maintenance and cleaning


The tachograph 1324 is equipped with
modern, maintenance-free technology. For
this reason, preventive maintenance work is
not required.

In case they are dirty, you may clean the


housing, the display and the function keys by
means of a slightly moistened cloth. In case
this proves insufficient, special cleaning or
preservative agents for plastics may also be
used.

10.01 by Siemens VDO Automotive AG

Responsible for the contents: All modifications of technical details compared to the
description, data and figures of these operating
Siemens VDO Automotive AG instructions are reserved.
Information Systems Commercial Vehicles
P.O. Box 1640
D-78006 Villingen-Schwenningen

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Gteborg, Sweden

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Operating Instructions
Geartronic

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Contents
Introduction .......................................................................................... 1
Geartronic, general .............................................................................. 1

Instruments and controls .................................................................... 2


Info Display ......................................................................................... 2
Gear lever ............................................................................................ 4
Buttons ................................................................................................. 5

Starting and stopping .......................................................................... 6


Starting instructions ............................................................................ 6
Stopping the vehicle ............................................................................ 6

Driving .................................................................................................. 7
Automatic shifting ............................................................................... 7
Driving programme ............................................................................. 9
Kick-down. ........................................................................................ 10
Manual shifting ................................................................................. 11
Reverse/crawl gears ........................................................................... 12
Starting uphill/downhill .................................................................... 14
Clutch ................................................................................................ 14
In case of gearbox malfunction ........................................................ 15

Index .................................................................................................... 19

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Introduction 1

Geartronic, general
Geartronic is an automatic shifting system
mounted on the VT2014B/VT2514B. The
gearbox has 14 forward gears and 4 reverse
gears. The Geartronic changes gears auto-
matically, but the driver can also choose to
change gear manually, either in low and
high range. The clutch is controlled auto-
matically and consequently there is no
clutch pedal.

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2 Instruments and controls

Info Display
Select the GAUGES menu from the display
to view information on Geartronic (applies
to both a stationary vehicle and one in mo-
tion). The display provides information on
current gear position and which gears are
available.

The Geartronic display is divided into


smaller sections showing:

1 Driving programme
2 Selected gear
3 Available gears (down/up)
4 Lever position
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1. Driving programme
The section to the left of the display shows
the driving programme. The following
modes are available:

E = economy

P = power E A 1 5H
B = braking1

H = hold

L = limp-home function.

2. Selected gear
The section to the right of the display
shows the current gear and high split (H) or
low split (L).

Gear no.1 - 6

N/n = neutral E 5 1 5H
R/r = reverse gear

c = crawl gear

1
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Instruments and controls 3

3. Available gears
The section second from the left of the dis-
play shows with arrows the number of
lower gears (half steps) that are available
(maximum 3 arrows).
The section second from the right of the 1
display shows how many higher gears are E A 1 3L
available in the same way (maximum 3 ar- 1
rows).

4. Lever position
The section in the middle of the display
shows the selector lever position.
A = automatic
N/n = neutral

c = crawl gear
E 5 1
5H
R/r = reverse gear
Lever position 1-6

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4 Instruments and controls

Gear lever
When engaging a gear, move the gently to
the desired gear position.

Note! Do not press hard on the lever. The


gear will not be engaged any faster.

The engine must be running before a gear


can be engaged. The gear lever is used like
a manual gear lever except that there is no
clutch pedal. With the gear lever in position
A gear changing will take place automat-
ically. There is also a position H, see
Gear hold page 8 for more information
about this position.

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Instruments and controls 5

Buttons
Changing up/down
The spring-loaded three-way switch is used
for:

splitter gear changing in manual mode

manual gear changing in automatic


mode

selecting reverse gear

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Economy/Power (E/P)
There is an economy/power button (E/P) on
the gear selector housing. This is used to:

engage/disengage the power


programme

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6 Starting and stopping

Starting instructions
The gear lever should be in neutral posi-
tion or the engine will not start.

When the air pressure to the gearbox is too


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low, a warning will be displayed automati-
cally. An icon will appear on the display at
the same time as the information lamp
comes on. Wait until the lamp has gone out
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before driving off.

Stopping the vehicle


Apply the parking brake.
Move the gear lever to neutral (the
gear lever must be in neutral in order
to start the engine).

Stop the engine.


Note! The parking brake must always be
applied when the vehicle is parked or if the
driver leaves the drivers seat for any other
reason.

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Driving 7

Automatic shifting
The simplest way of driving the vehicle un-
der normal conditions is to use automatic
(position A). Gear changing takes place
automatically and the driver can concen-
trate on the actual driving.

When changing gear, the system will con-


trol the clutch, gearbox shifting and engine
acceleration. The system selects the gear
and the time for the gear change for
optimum driving performance based on ac-
celerator pedal position, vehicle weight,
road inclination, vehicle acceleration, etc.

It is possible to select a couple of gears up


or down manually even in automatic mode.
The arrows in the display specify how
many steps it is possible to change up or
down. Use the switch on the side of the
lever to change gear.

Note! When changing a gear, the accelera-


tor pedal should not be released.
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8 Driving

Gear hold
This function is used in automatic mode
only.
The hold function can be used in all for-
ward gears (1L to 6H).

The hold function marked with an H is


located on the gear lever behind position
A. When the lever is moved to A, the
hold function H is locked to prevent it
from being engaged unintentionally. When
gear changes are not desired (e.g. when
driving uphill), the lever is moved from
A to the spring-back position H. No
further gear change will take place and the
current gear will remain engaged. The
display shows an H.
To return to automatic mode, move the
lever once more towards H. If the engine
speed drops towards idling, the hold func-
tion will be disengaged automatically and a
lower gear will be engaged. The system
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that was active before the hold function
was activated.

Note! There is a risk of over-speeding


when the hold function is used.

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Driving 9

Driving programme
There are three different driving pro-
grammes:

economy
power
braking

Economy
The is always active when starting the mo-
tor (showed with an E in the display). The
economy programme gives priority to fuel
economy and is used when driving under
normal conditions.
Power
The power programme is activated and de-
activated using the E/P button (see picture). T0008282
The power programme is used when driv-
ing in hilly terrain requiring up and down
gear changes at higher engine speeds than
is normal with the economy programme.
Brakes
The braking programme is engaged with
the auxiliary brake lever. See the drivers
manual.

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10 Driving

Kick-down.
Kick-down is activated by pressing the ac-
celerator pedal all the way down (position
B). Kick-down will often result in a
lower gear being engaged so that the en-
gine works at a higher speed. This is
possible in both economy and power pro-
grammes but not in hold position.

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Position A = full throttle


Position B = kick down

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Driving 11

Manual shifting
You can select to drive only with manual
shift or take over from the automatic
shifting system whenever necessary. The
gear lever is used like a normal gear lever
except that there is no clutch pedal.

When engaging a gear, push the gear lever


gently towards the desired position.

Note! Do not press hard on the lever. The


gear will not be engaged any faster.

High/low split
On the left-hand side of the gear lever is a
button for the manual selection of high/low
split. The splitter gear is changed immedi-
ately when the spring-loaded button is
released. The selected splitter gear is shown
on the display. An up arrow indicates low
split and a down arrow indicates high split.

When the splitter gear and basic gear are


changed simultaneously, the split can be
pre-selected by holding in the button and
moving the gear lever to the desired posi-
tion.

High/low range
High and low range is selected automati-
cally by the system depending on the speed
of the vehicle.

Note! When changing gear, the accelerator


pedal should not be released.

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12 Driving

Reverse/crawl gears
To prevent reverse or crawl gears being en-
gaged unintentionally, the gear lever has a
resistance built in.

Reverse gears
The gearbox has four reverse gears (rL, rH,
RL, RH). The vehicle must be stationary
before the reverse gear can be engaged.
Moving the gear lever to position R pre-
selects the low range and low split (rL)
whereby the reverse gear can only be
changed by using the button on the gear
shaft.

Note! The vehicle must be stationary be-


fore changing between low and high range.
The splitter gear can be changed while
driving, however.

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Driving 13

Crawl gears
The gearbox has two crawl gears (cL and
cH).

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14 Driving

Starting uphill/downhill
Consideration must be taken to the incline
of the hill and the gross weight of the vehi-
cle/combination when selecting starting
gear on hills.

The vehicle can be kept still using the


parking brake or trailer brake.

Select a gear.

Press the brake pedal.

Release the brake once the clutch


starts to pull.

Clutch
The clutch is a dry plate clutch, i.e. no
converter. Therefore, never allow the clutch
to slip in high gear when pulling away. The
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bol will appear on the display if the clutch
overheats.

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Declutching
If a rapid declutching is desired, e.g. in
slippery conditions, the gear lever should
be moved to neutral.

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Driving 15

In case of gearbox malfunction


The Geartronic system is equipped with a
limp-home function that makes it possible
to drive a short distance if there is a fault
in the gearbox or clutch position sensor.

Note! The limp-home function should only


be used for short distances.

The functions are activated by simultane-


ously pressing in button E/P and moving
the gear lever to position 1.

The following functions are affected:

automatic mode is not available

only low split is available

only low range is available

The following gears can be used:

reverse, low range/split (rLSLR)

1st gear, low split (1LS)

2nd gear, low split (2LS)

3rd gear, low split (3LS)

The limp-home function can be deactivated


when the ignition is turned off.

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Index 19

Index
Hold function . . . . . . . . . 8
A
Air pressure, gearbox . . . . . . 6 I
Automatic shifting . . . . . . . 7 Info Display . . . . . . . . . . 2
Available gears . . . . . . . . . 3 Instruments and controls . . . . 2
Introduction . . . . . . . . . . 1
B
Braking programme . . . . . . 9 K
Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Kick-down. . . . . . . . . . . 10

C L
Clutch . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Lever position . . . . . . . . . 3
Crawl gears . . . . . . . . . . 13 Limp-home function . . . . . . 15

D M
Declutching . . . . . . . . . . 14 Manual shift . . . . . . . . . . 11
Driving . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 P
Driving programme . . . . . . 2, 9 Power programme . . . . . . . 9

E R
Economy programme . . . . . . 9 Reverse gears . . . . . . . . . 12
Economy/Power (E/P) . . . . . 5 S
Engaging a gear . . . . . . . . 11 Selected gear . . . . . . . . . 2
Starting and stopping . . . . . . 6
G Starting instructions . . . . . . 6
Gear hold . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Gear lever . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Starting uphill/downhill . . . . . 14
General . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Stopping the engine . . . . . . 6
Stopping the vehicle . . . . . . 6
H
High/low range . . . . . . . . 11
High/low split (changing up/down) 11

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Volvo Truck Corporation
Gteborg, Sweden

20 157682 English .01.02 Printed in Sweden

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Operating Instructions
All wheel drive
4x4, 6x6

T0010208

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Contents
Front wheel drive ................................................................................ 1
Engaging front-wheel drive on 6x6 .................................................... 1
Engaging front-wheel drive on 4x4 .................................................... 1

Differential lock ................................................................................... 2


Engaging the differential locks on 6x6 .............................................. 2
Engaging the differential lock on 4x4 ................................................ 4

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Front wheel drive 1

Engaging front-wheel drive on 6x6


1 Make sure none of the wheels are spin-
ning

2 Engage the differential lock between the


rear axles.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.

T4017789

3 Move the front-wheel drive switch to its


bottom position.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.

T4015829

Engaging front-wheel drive on 4x4


Put the switch in its bottom position.

The control lamp on the instrument panel


will come on.

T4015829

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2 Differential lock

Engaging the differential locks on 6x6


Engage the differential lock just before Warning! Drive carefully once the dif-
reaching the slippery surface and disengage ferential lock is engaged. Never turn
it once you have past the slippery surface. corners on firm ground with the differ-
ential lock engaged.
None of the wheels may be spinning before
the differential lock is engaged!

1 Make sure none of the wheels are spin-


ning

2 Depress the clutch pedal

3 Engage the differential lock between the


rear axles.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.

T4017789

First position, differential lock in


transfer gearbox engaged. The
lamp on the instrument panel will
come on.

4 Engage the differential lock between the


wheels on the rear axles.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will flash.

Note! The differential lock is not engaged


until the warning lamp on the instrument
panel flashes. The differential lock is en-
gaged as long as the warning lamp is
flashing, even if the switch is turned off.
T4017790

Second position, differential lock


in transfer gearbox and rear axles
engaged. The axle differential
lamp flashes and the lamp for the
transfer gear comes on.

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Differential lock 3

5 Move the front-wheel drive switch to its


bottom position.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.

T4015829

6 Engage the differential lock between the


front wheels.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.

7 Release the clutch pedal

8 Drive away from the slippery area

9 Release the accelerator


10 Disengage the differential lock
T4015830

The differential lock between the front


wheels will be disengaged if the differential
lock between the rear axles, the differential
lock between the wheels on the rear axles
or the front-wheel drive is disengaged.

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4 Differential lock

Engaging the differential lock on 4x4


Engage the differential lock just before Warning! Drive carefully once the dif-
reaching the slippery surface and disengage ferential lock is engaged. Never turn
it once you have past the slippery surface. corners on firm ground with the differ-
ential lock engaged.
None of the wheels may be spinning before
the differential lock is engaged!

1 Make sure none of the wheels are spin-


ning

2 Depress the clutch pedal

3 Engage the differential lock between the


rear wheels.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will flash.

Note! The differential lock is not engaged


until the warning lamp on the instrument T4015831
panel flashes. The differential lock is en-
gaged as long as the warning lamp is
flashing, even if the switch is turned off.

4 Move the front-wheel drive switch to its


bottom position.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.

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Differential lock 5

5 Engage the differential lock between the


front wheels.
The control lamp on the instrument panel
will come on.
6 Release the clutch pedal
7 Drive away from the slippery area
8 Release the accelerator
9 Disengaging the differential locks
T4015830

The differential lock between the front


wheels will be disengaged if the differential
lock between the rear wheels or the front-
wheel drive is disengaged.

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Operating Instructions
Volvos Swap body undercar-
riage

T9007993

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Contents
Swap body ............................................................................................ 1
Fetch the swap body ........................................................................... 1
Leave the swap body .......................................................................... 6

Container .............................................................................................. 9
Fetch a container ................................................................................. 9
Deliver a container ............................................................................ 12

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Swap body 1

Fetch the swap body


1 Check that the load is secure

2 Check that the centre of gravity of the


load is in conformity with the vehicles ca-
pacity

3 Position the vehicle exactly in front of


the platforms main members or guidance
tunnel

4 Position the guiding members correctly


on the vehicle

T0010205

5 Check the length of the platform and if


necessary place the stop members correctly
on the vehicle

T0010206

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2 Swap body

6 Open all four container locks on the


vehicle

T9007931

7 Lower the lock pins with the switch in


the cab

T9007932

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Swap body 3

8 Lower the vehicle with the air suspension


so that when reversing there will be 50 mm
clear space between the vehicle and the
platform

T9007934

9 Carefully reverse the vehicle in under the


platform

10 Stop when the container locks on the


vehicle are under the lock holes in the
platform

11 Raise the vehicle with the air suspension Note! Ranging with hanging support legs
until the support legs have been lifted suffi- must be done at low speed and with maxi-
ciently off the ground to be manoeuvrable. mum care.
If ranging with hanging support legs the
support legs must be lifted 100 mm from
the ground

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4 Swap body

12 Raise the lock pins with the switch in


the cab

T9007995

13 Lock the container locks by turning


them 90

T9007933

14 Put the support legs in the transport


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Swap body 5

15 Lower the lock pins with the switch in


the cab in order to lock the platform on the
vehicle

T9007994

16 Put the air suspension in the driving po-


sition

17 The vehicle is ready to be driven away

T7008396

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6 Swap body

Leave the swap body


1 Check that the place where the platform
is to be put is flat and will take the weight
of the platform

2 Position the vehicle in the correct place


for setting down

3 Raise the vehicle with the air suspension

4 Raise the lock pins with the switch in the


cab

T9007997

5 Position the platforms support legs in the


setting down position

6 Lock the support legs in the setting down


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Swap body 7

7 Unlock the container locks

T9007931

8 Lower the vehicle with the air suspension


so that there is 50 mm clear space between
the vehicle and the platform

T9007934

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8 Swap body

9 Lower the lock pins with the switch in


the cab

T9007932

10 Carefully drive straight forward out


from under the platform until the vehicle is
completely outside the platform

11 Put the air suspension in the driving po-


sition

12 The vehicle is ready to be driven away

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Container 9

Fetch a container
1 Position the guiding members for the
swap body in the holders so that a con-
tainer can be positioned on the vehicle

T0010207

2 Raise the lock pins with the switch in the


cab

T9007995

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10 Container

3 Check that all four container locks are


open

T9007931

4 Raise the air suspension to its highest


level so that the chassis will not be dam-
aged when the container is lifted on

5 The container is lifted on

6 Lock the container locks

T9007933

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Container 11

7 Lower the lock pins with the switch in


the cab

8 The vehicle is ready to be driven away

T9007994

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12 Container

Deliver a container
1 Lower the air suspension to its lowest
level so that the chassis is not damaged
when the container is lifted off

2 Raise the lock pins with the switch in the


cab

T9007997

3 Unlock the container locks

4 The container is lifted off

5 The vehicle is ready to be driven away

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Operating Instructions
Hydraulic kit

T0010289

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1

Connecting to trailer
1 Connect the trailer
2 Connect electric connections
3 Connect hydraulic hose
4 Adjust correct pressure with the switch
in the cab.
The indicator lamp in the switch will
come on when high pressure is se-
lected.
T0010290
Important! Use the correct hydraulic out-
let. Note the hydraulic pressure the trailer Switch for selecting the correct
is constructed for. Then select the hydraulic pressure.
outlet that gives that pressure. The
hydraulic outlets are marked with their rel-
evant pressure.

Emergency stop
Release the lever
Stop the engine
Warning! The superstructure may con-
tinue to drop even when the engine is
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2

Tipping the platform


Pull the catch forward and lift the lever to
tip the platform.

T9007845

Pull the catch forward and press down the


lever to lower the platform.

T9007846

Release the lever to stop the platform. The


lever will spring back to the centre position.

T9007847

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Operating Instructions
Radio
VR100, VR200, VR300, VR400

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Table of Contents
Table of Contents ..............................................................................i
System Overview ..............................................................................1
Using the Radio ................................................................................2
Security Code .................................................................................2
Power On/Off .................................................................................2
Language ........................................................................................3
Country Frequency Selection .....................................................3
Display Illumination.......................................................................3
Clock..................................................................................................4
Displaying the Time .......................................................................4
Setting the Clock ............................................................................4
12- or 24-Hour Format ...............................................................4
Setting Time of Day ...................................................................4
Alarm Clock and Timer..................................................................5
Setting the Alarm Clock .............................................................5
Alarm Clock On / Off / Snooze..................................................5
Alarm Volume.............................................................................5
One Hour Timer..........................................................................6
Audio Controls..................................................................................7
Volume Control ..............................................................................7
Dynamic Distortion Limiting .....................................................7
Balance Control..............................................................................7
Fade Control ...................................................................................7
Treble Control ................................................................................8
Bass Control ...................................................................................8
Midrange Control (Model VR 400 Only) ......................................8
Loudness.........................................................................................8
2- or 4-Speaker Select ....................................................................9
Room Simulation (Model VR 400 Only).......................................9
Speed-Dependent Volume (Model VR 400 Only) .......................10

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Tuning the Radio ............................................................................11
Band Select...................................................................................11
Weather Band ...........................................................................11
Longwave Band ........................................................................11
Tune ..............................................................................................11
Seek ..............................................................................................12
Seek Sensitivity - FM and AM (U.S. Frequency bands only)...12
Scan ..............................................................................................12
RDS (Radio Data System) Features.............................................13
Alternate Frequency Switching (AF) .......................................13
Setting FM Memory
(European programmed radio frequencies only)......................13
Traffic Program (TP) ................................................................14
Program Type Function (PTY).....................................................15
Program Type Interrupt ............................................................29
Program Type Seek...................................................................29
Program Type Scan...................................................................29
Variants/Region Function .........................................................29
Radio Text (RT) ........................................................................20
NEWS Program Button (Model VR 400 only)............................20
Presets..............................................................................................21
Store Preset Stations.....................................................................21
Access the Preset Stations............................................................21
Preset Scan ...................................................................................21
Auto-Store Presets........................................................................22
Emergency Broadcast (Alert/Alarm)............................................22
Emergency Broadcast Volume..................................................22
Using the Cassette Player ..............................................................23
Cassette Select..............................................................................23
Model VR 100 ..........................................................................23
Model VR 200 and VR 400......................................................23
Cassette Tightening and Error Detection .....................................23

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Change Cassette Side ...................................................................23
Model VR 100 ..........................................................................23
Model VR 200 and VR 400......................................................23
Stop and Eject ..............................................................................24
Model VR 100 ..........................................................................24
Model VR 200 and VR 400......................................................24
Pause.............................................................................................24
Model VR 100 ..........................................................................24
Fast Forward and Rewind.............................................................24
Model VR 100 ..........................................................................24
Model VR 200 and VR 400......................................................24
Radio Monitor Function ...............................................................24
Next Music Search (Except Model VR 100) ...............................25
Previous Music Search (Except Model VR 100) .........................25
Canceling a Next/Previous Music Search ....................................25
Dolby Noise Reduction (Model VR 200 and VR 400)................26
Tape Player Care ..........................................................................26
Cassette Tape Care .......................................................................26
Cassette Clean Indicator...............................................................26
Compact Disc (CD) Player ............................................................28
CD Select......................................................................................28
CD Eject .......................................................................................28
Next Track ....................................................................................28
Previous Track ..............................................................................28
Fast Forward.................................................................................29
Fast Reverse..................................................................................29
Repeat Play Function ...................................................................29
Random Play Function .................................................................29
Scan Tracks Function (CD Player)...............................................30
Using the CD Changer...................................................................31
CD Changer Select .......................................................................31
CD Select......................................................................................31

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Repeat Track Function .................................................................31
Repeat CD Function .....................................................................31
Random Track Function ...............................................................32
Random CD/Track Function ........................................................32
Scan Tracks Function ...................................................................33
Scan CDs Function.......................................................................33
Infrared Remote .............................................................................34
Power On/Off ...............................................................................34
Volume..........................................................................................34
Mute..............................................................................................34
Radio Select..................................................................................34
Radio Tune ...................................................................................34
Radio Seek....................................................................................34
Radio Presets ................................................................................34
Cassette Select..............................................................................35
CD Select (Single, Integrated CD)...............................................35
Track Select ..................................................................................35
CD Changer Select .......................................................................35
CD Select......................................................................................35
Steering Wheel Controls................................................................36
Volume..........................................................................................36
Radio Manual Tune ......................................................................36
Radio Seek....................................................................................36
Cassette Fast Forward/Rewind .....................................................36
CD Track Select ...........................................................................36
CD Select......................................................................................36
Additional Inputs / Outputs ..........................................................37
Switched Auxiliary Outputs .........................................................37
Low-Level Audio Outputs............................................................37
Auxiliary Audio Input ..................................................................37
Selecting Speakers for Auxiliary Audio ...................................37
Cell Phone Mute...........................................................................37

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System Overview 1

System Overview
Four models of the radio are available:

AM/FM/Mechanical Cassette
Model VR 100

AM/FM/Logic cassette with exter- Model VR 100


nal CD changer capability Model
VR 200

1-Din AM/FM/CD player with


external CD changer capability
Model VR 300
Model VR 200
2-Din AM/FM/Logic Cassette/CD
player with external CD changer
capability Model VR 400

In addition to the front panel controls for


these radios, most models can also be
controlled using an optional remote Model VR 300
wireless control or optional steering
wheel-mounted controls.

Model VR 400

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2 Using the Radio

Using the Radio


Notice: Before using the manual, check
to see what radio model is in your vehi-
cle. Some system features described may
not apply to your radio. Turn to scroll to Press to select number.
third number.
Security Code
Your radio is protected by a security
code. The security code can be found on
a label delivered with the radio. The
security code cannot be changed.

Note: Certain vehicles have optional Turn to scroll to Press to select number.
fourth number.
electronic devices that will automatically
enter the security code if power is inter-
rupted. If the code is entered correctly, the radio
will switch to the last active mode (i.e.
Note: Contact your local dealer regard- FM, CD, etc.) and is ready to use.
ing your security code if lost.
If the code is entered incorrectly, you
When the radio power is first turned on can try 2 more times. After 3 incorrect
after power has been interrupted, ID entries, the radio will display LOCK.
CHECK and then LOCK is displayed You must turn the radio off, while leav-
for 3 seconds. Then 0000 is displayed. ing the ignition and battery on, for 1
To unlock the radio, enter the four-digit continuous hour before attempting to
security code found on the removable unlock the radio again.
label by doing the following:
Power On/Off

Turn to scroll for Press to select number.


first number.
Press to turn ON/OFF.

Turn to scroll to Press to select number.


second number.

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Using the Radio 3

Language Country Frequency Selection


Different countries broadcast on different
To select the desired Radio Data System sets of radio frequencies. You can select
(RDS) Program Type Function (PTY) from several different country-specific
display language, turn the radio off, radio frequency bands.

To select a country frequency band,

Press and hold


for 2 seconds.
Press and hold
for 3 seconds.

until the current country frequency band


is displayed.

Turn to scroll
through available
languages.
Press to scroll
through available bands.
(English, French, and Spanish in US-
selected frequency bands, or English, AMERICAS > EUROPE > AUSTRALI
French, German, Italian, and Spanish in > JAPAN > ARGENTIN > SAUDI
European-selected frequency bands).
The selected band will be saved after 5
After the desired language is displayed seconds.
for 5 seconds, the setting is saved and
Note: When a new country is selected,
the display returns to the default.
all preset stations from the previous
country are erased.

Display Illumination
All of the radio controls are illuminated
for nighttime viewing. Dimming the
vehicle interior lights will also dim the
radio controls.

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4 Clock

Clock Note: When the European frequency is


selected, 24-hour format is selected
Displaying the Time automatically; however, it can be
changed by following the previous steps.
When the ignition is on, the time of day Likewise, when Non-European frequen-
is displayed, even when the radio is off. cy is selected, the 12-hour format is
When the ignition is off, you can display selected automatically, but can also be
the time for 5 seconds. changed as described above.

Setting Time of Day


To change the time of day:
Press to display
the time.

While the radio is on and in any mode,


press and release the DISP button to
change the display from the current dis-
play to the time of day.
Press and hold Turn to display TIMESET,
Note: If the radio is currently tuned to for 3 seconds. then press.
an RDS broadcast, it may require several
presses to see the time of day.

Setting the clock


12- or 24-Hour Format
You can select either a 12-hour or 24- Turn to correct hour. Press until
hour style time display. minutes flash.

To change the time format,

Turn to correct minutes.

Press and hold After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and


for 3 seconds.
the display returns to the default.
until 12/24 is displayed. The number
shown after 12/24 indicates which for-
mat is selected (12-hour or 24-hour). To
change this number, press the SELECT
knob. After 5 seconds, the setting is
saved and the display returns to default.

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Clock 5

Alarm Clock and Timer Alarm Clock On / Off / Snooze


(Except Model VR 100) To turn the alarm on or off, press and
hold the SELECT knob for 3 seconds
Setting the Alarm Clock until 12/24 is displayed, then turn the
To set the alarm clock, SELECT knob until ALARM is dis-
played. Press the SELECT knob to
choose between Y (On) or N (Off).
After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and
the display returns to the default. When
the alarm is set, the alarm icon ALARM
Press and hold Turn to display ASET. is displayed.
for 3 seconds.
If the radio is on when the alarm time is
reached, a beeping alarm sounds and the
alarm time is shown. If the radio is off
when the alarm time is reached, the last
radio mode turns on.
Turn to correct hour.
In either case, if you press any of the
If the radio is set to the 12-hour format, radio buttons while the alarm is going
AM or PM is also displayed. off, the alarm snoozes for 9 minutes.
After 9 minutes, the alarm turns on
again and remains on until snooze is
activated or the alarm is turned off, as
described above.

Note: If the alarm is not turned off or


Turn to change hour. Press until minutes
flash. the snooze mode is not activated, the
alarm will stop after 18 minutes to avoid
discharging the battery.

Alarm Volume
You can adjust the volume of the alarm
by pressing and holding the SELECT
Turn to change minutes. knob for 3 seconds until 12/24 is dis-
After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and played. Then turn the SELECT knob
the display returns to the default. until AL VOL is displayed and turn
the VOLUME knob to increase or
Note: If the radio is in the 12-hour for- decrease the volume of the alarm.
mat, be sure the setting correctly shows
AM or PM. After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and
the display returns to the default.

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6 Clock

One-Hour Timer
You can set the radio to play for one
hour and then automatically turn off.

To turn the radio on for another hour,


with the ignition off, press the VOL-
UME knob. After 1 hour of play, the
radio will turn off. To turn the radio on
for another hour, press the VOLUME
knob again.

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Audio Controls 7

Audio Controls Balance Control


The bass and treble audio settings apply To adjust the left/right balance,
to all radio modes (AM/FM, LW or WX,
cassette and CD). A separate set of the
following audio adjustments can be
stored for each mode.

Note: LW (longwave) is available only


on European models. WX (weather) is
available only on U.S. models. Press AUD repeatedly Turn VOLUME to
to display BAL. adjust BALANCE.
Volume Control
While listening in any mode,
OR

Turn SELECT to
adjust BALANCE.

After 5 seconds, the display returns to


Turn to adjust volume. the default.
If you are currently adjusting the sound Fade Control
quality of the radio, (e.g., BASS, TREB,
BAL, FADE), push the AUD button until
VOL is displayed, then turn the VOL-
UME knob as described above.

Dynamic Distortion Limiting


Dynamic Distortion Limiting automati-
cally limits the audio distortion level Press AUD repeatedly Turn VOLUME to adjust
caused by playing the radio too loud. You to display FADE. sound between front
and back speakers.
do not need to set or adjust this feature.

OR

Turn SELECT to adjust sound


between front and back speakers.

After 5 seconds, the display returns to


default.

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8 Audio Controls

Treble Control Midrange Control


(Model VR 400 only)

Press AUD repeatedly Turn VOLUME to


to display TREB. adjust TREBLE.
Press AUD repeatedly Turn VOLUME to
to display MID. adjust MIDRANGE.

OR
OR
Turn SELECT to
adjust TREBLE.
Turn SELECT to
adjust MIDRANGE.
After 5 seconds, the display returns to
After 5 seconds, the display returns to
the default.
the default.
Bass Control
Loudness
The Loudness feature boosts the low
(bass) frequency response at low volume
levels, improving the sound quality. The
amount of boost automatically decreases
as volume is increased. On the Model
VR 100,
Press AUD repeatedly Turn VOLUME to
to display BASS. adjust BASS.

Press to LOUDNESS on.


Press again to turn off.
The LOUD icon will be displayed.
OR

Turn SELECT to
adjust BASS. Press to turn off.

After 5 seconds, the display returns to All other Models have an Auto-Loudness
the default. function. The feature cannot be turned
on or off.

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Audio Controls 9

2- or 4-Speaker Select TALK: This mode limits the fre-


quency response and delays audio
Depending on the radio speaker installa- from the rear speakers compared to
tion in your vehicle, 2- or 4-speaker out- the front speakers. This effect is
put can be selected. To change this very useful on AM talk radio
selection, because it filters much of the noise
and moves the audio image for-
ward.

LIVE: Simulates the acoustics of


live musical performance in a larger
room.
Press for 3 seconds to
display 12/24.
AUDITORIUM: The same effect
as LIVE, but more pronounced,
giving the feeling of an even larger
room.

ARENA: Creates the effect of


being in a large arena.
Turn to display SPKR.
DRIVER L or DRIVER R: The
sound from the driver side front
speaker is delayed with respect to
the passenger side front speaker,
creating the effect of shifting or
moving the audio image (for left
Press to choose hand and right hand drive vehicles).
2 or 4.
To select a Room Simulation,
When the 2-speaker option is chosen,
the rear speakers are disabled and the
fade adjust setting is not available.

After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and


the display returns to the default.

Room Simulation Press AUD until Turn VOLUME to select


RSIM is displayed. sound effect.
(Model VR 400 Only)
You can select one of 5 acoustic settings,
simulating different listening environ- OR
ments and providing a variety of sound
qualities:
Turn SELECT to select
sound effect.

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10 Audio Controls

To change the degree of effect for the To turn on Speed-Dependent Volume,


selected simulation

Press and hold to


display 12/24.
Press AUD to scroll Turn VOLUME to
RSIM # to change the increase or decrease
degree of effect. effect.

OR
Turn to display SCV.

Turn SELECT to
increase or decrease
effect.

from 0 (minimum) to 15 (maximum).

After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and


the display returns to default as indicated Press to choose
on the display. amount of volume.

Speed-Dependent Volume change to N (off), 1 (low setting),


(Model VR 400 only) 2 (medium setting) or 3 (high set-
ting).
The Model VR 400 can automatically
adjust the volume based on your vehi- Note: The volume change is heard only
cles speed, turning the volume up as while the vehicle is moving, but may not
you travel faster and down as you travel be noticeable due to the changes in road
slower. This adjustment helps the radio noise.
to be heard over vehicle and road noise.

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Tuning the Radio 11

Tuning the Radio NOAA broadcasts on 7 channels. In


some areas, more than one broadcast
Band Select may be available. Select the broadcast
location closest to your location for the
You can select from several bands of best reception.
entertainment and information radio
services: Note: The Weather Band option is only
available when the country chosen is
U.S. models: AM, FM, WX Americas. See the Country Frequency
European models: FM, AM_MW, Selection section.
AM_LW Note: Severe weather condition broad-
To select a band, (AM, FM, WX): casts are not automatically broadcasted
by these radios. You must have the
weather band selected to hear weather
condition information.
Press MODE to display
desired band. When the Weather band is selected, the
radio will display WX and a channel
To select AM_LW with the European number. The WX icon WX will also be
model, first select AM_MW illuminated.

EUROPEAN MODELS Longwave Band


The longwave frequency band is a
European AM broadcast in the frequency
range of 153 to 279 kHz. It is only avail-
able when the European frequency band
First press and hold Press MODE to
has been selected.
MODE for 3 seconds display AM_MW.
until beep to select Tune
AM_MW.
In any tuner mode (AM, FM, WX or LW)
Weather Band
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric
Administration (NOAA) of the U.S.
Department of Commerce provides con-
tinuous broadcasts of taped weather
messages. These messages are repeated
Press TUNE. Turn to manually tune.
every 4 to 6 minutes and routinely
updated every 1 to 3 hours. Updates are If you reach the end of a frequency band,
more frequent during severe weather. the radio will rollover or wrap to the
Most NOAA weather stations broadcast opposite end of the band and continue
24 hours a day. through the band.

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12 Tuning the Radio

If the select knob is not rotated within 5 Seek Sensitivity - FM and AM


seconds, the manual tune function is (U.S. Frequency bands only)
cancelled and the SELECT returns to its In FM and AM tuner modes, the sensi-
default function. tivity of the Seek function can be adjust-
ed to stop at stations with weaker or
Seek stronger signals. To adjust this sensitivity,
The radio can automatically seek
stations, finding and stopping on the
next station that exceeds the sensitivity
level set.

To seek for a station in any tuner mode


(AM, FM, WX, LW): Press and hold to Turn to display SEEK.
display 12/24.

Briefly press up Press to scroll between


or down to SEEK. -2 (min) and +2 (max).

the next higher or lower station on the


After selecting SEEK, you can also
current band. The radio mutes as it
rotate the VOLUME knob to scroll
searches for the next station with a strong
between the settings.
signal. When it finds a station, the radio
stops seeking and the audio returns to After 5 seconds, the setting is saved and
the original volume. the display returns to the default. The
-2 setting will stop only on very
strong signals. The +2 setting will stop
on weaker signals.

Scan
You can also scan for stations. During a
Press again for
next station. Scan, the radio searches for the next sta-
tion, pauses on it for a few seconds, and
then searches again for the next station.

To scan while in any tuner mode (AM,


FM, WX or LW), press and hold the
UP/DOWN rocker button to search for
the next higher or lower station on the
current band. The radio displays

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Tuning the Radio 13

SCAN and the audio mutes. The radio To turn the AF feature on,
searches for and stops on the next station
with a strong signal and the audio returns
to the original volume. After 5 seconds,
While in FM Mode, press and hold TUNE
the audio mutes again and the radio con- for 3 seconds to display AF-ON.
tinues the scan. To stop the scan, press
To turn AF off,
the UP/DOWN rocker button.

If no station is found in 2 passes through


the band, the scan will stop at the start-
Press and hold TUNE
ing frequency. for 3 seconds to display AF-OFF.

RDS (Radio Data System)


Features OR
RDS transmits additional information
encoded on an FM stations regular sig-
nal. The RDS feature works only with
Press UP/DOWN rocker button.
FM broadcast stations transmitting this
encoded information. RDS broadcast is Note: AF networks are common in
widely available in Europe, but less Europe, but rare in the US.
common in North America.
Setting FM Memory
RDS features include: (European programmed
radio frequencies only)
Alternate Frequency switching
You can help the radio make faster Seeks
Traffic Program announcements and AF switches to new frequencies by
using the FM Memory function. This
Program Type selections function searches for and stores the fre-
Radio Text quencies of local RDS and non-RDS FM
stations in memory. The radio uses this
Alternate Frequency Switching information so it can more quickly find
(AF) and switch to a stronger station when the
With the AF feature, the radio automati- currently tuned station begins to fade or a
cally switches to another station or fre- stronger signal becomes available.
quency, if available, that is broadcasting
the identical program materials as the Note: The stations stored using the FM
original station, when the original station Memory function are separate from
begins to fade. With AF turned on, you stored FM Presets.
can drive across a country or continent
To manually activate the FM Memory
while listening to the same program,
function and store local radio frequency
without retuning your radio.
information, press and hold the AUTO

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button for 5 seconds while in FM mode.


The radio also will automatically start an
FM Memory search any time you Seek a Press to turn on.
TP station when AF is off, or Seek a TP [TP] icon will display.
station when the radio is not tuned to an
RDS station.

Note: You cant start an FM Memory


Press again to
search while the radio is receiving a TP turn off.
broadcast.

The radio displays MEMORY and the Note: TP cannot be turned on in AM,
audio mutes as it seeks for and stores WX or LW mode.
FM station information.
If TP is turned on and the radio is not
Note: If TP is turned on when you start tuned to a station broadcasting traffic
the FM Memory function, the radio dis- announcements, it will begin to SEEK a
play will indicate SEARCH instead of station that broadcasts announcements.
MEMORY. The radio will display SEARCH.

The FM memory process typically takes During a Traffic Announcement, the


less than 30 seconds, but can take up to radio display shows TRAFFIC.
several minutes, depending on the num-
There are 3 TP icons that may be dis-
ber and type of stations available. You
played:
can cancel the FM memory search by
turning AF off or pressing and holding TP Current station can broadcast
the AUTO button. traffic announcements, the function
is not enabled.
To keep the stored FM Memory infor-
mation current, you should occasionally [ TP ] Flashing Current station
repeat the FM Memory search to update can broadcast traffic announce-
the information about local frequencies. ments, the function is enabled.
FM Memory information remains stored
until another FM Memory store function [ ] The function is enabled, but
occurs. there are no stations/networks being
received that broadcast traffic infor-
Traffic Program (TP) mation. This can also occur if the
When the Traffic Program feature is TP function is enabled but the radio
turned on and a traffic announcement is travels out of the broadcast area for
received, the radio will automatically the station/network that was broad-
interrupt the current mode to broadcast casting the traffic information.
traffic condition announcements that are
provided by some stations or networks.

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Traffic Announcement Volume Program Type Function


You can adjust the volume of all Traffic (PTY)
Announcements by adjusting the volume
while an announcement is being heard. To select a particular type of music pro-
When the next announcement is gramming (Jazz, Sports, Country, etc.),
received, the volume will automatically
increase to this volume. When the
announcement is over, the radio will
Press to display
return to the previous volume setting of <PTY> icon.
whatever radio mode was playing.

The Traffic Announcement volume set-


ting will be saved for all future
announcements until it is adjusted again.

Turn to scroll through


available selections.

Press to SEEK or SCAN.

If a selection is not made within 10 sec-


onds, no PTY will be saved and the
radio will return to the default.

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European Program Type List


The PTY listing is shown below:

EUROPEAN PTY LISTING


CODE TYPE ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN
* 0 NO TYPE NO PTY RIEN TPY KEIN PTY
1 NEWS NEWS INFOS NACHRICH
2 CURRENT AFFAIRS AFFAIRS MAGAZINE AKTUELL
3 INFORMATION INFO SERVICES INFO
4 SPORTS SPORT SPORT SPORT
5 EDUCATION EDUCATE EDUCATIF BILDUNG
6 DRAMA DRAMA FICTION DRAMA
7 CULTURE CULTURE CULTURE KULTUR
8 SCIENCE SCIENCE SCIENCES WISSEN
9 VARIED VARIED DIVERS VERSCHIE
10 POP MUSIC POP M M POP POP
11 ROCK MUSIC ROCK M M ROCK ROCK
12 EASY LISTENING EASY_M CHANSONS U-MUSIK
MUSIC
13 LIGHT CLASSICAL LIGHT M M CL LEG LKLASSIK
14 SERIOUS CLASSICAL CLASSICS M CL SER EKLASSIK
15 OTHER MUSIC OTHER M AUTRE M ANDERE M
16 WEATHER WEATHER METEO WETTER
17 FINANCE FINANCE FINANCE FINANCE
18 CHILDRENS CHILDREN ENFANTS KINDER
PROGRAMS
19 SOCIAL AFFAIRS SOCIAL SOCIETE SOZIALES
20 RELIGION RELIGION RELIGION RELIGION
21 PHONE-ON PHONE IN L OUVERT ANRUFEN
22 TRAVEL TRAVEL VOYAGE FREIZEIT

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EUROPEAN PTY LISTING (continued)


CODE TYPE ENGLISH FRENCH GERMAN
23 LEISURE LEISURE LOISIRS REISEN
24 MUSIC JAZZ M JAZZ JAZZ
25 MUSIC COUNTRY COUNTRY COUNTRY
26 NATIONAL MUSIC NATION M M NATION NATIONAL
27 OLDIES MUSIC OLDIES RETRO OLDIES
28 FOLK MUSIC FOLK_M FOLKLORE FOLKLORE
29 DOCUMENTARY DOCUMENT DOCUMENT FEATURE
30 ALARM TEST TEST TEST TEST
* 31 ALARM ALARM! ALERTE! ALARM!
32 ANY TOUS ALLE
33 OFF ARRET AUS

ITALIAN & SPANISH PTY LISTINGS


CODE TYPE ITALIAN SPANISH
0 NO TYPE NO PTY NO PTY
1 NEWS NOTIZIE NOTICIAS
2 CURRENT AFFAIRS AFFARI TOPICOS
3 INFORMATION INFORM INFORMAC
4 SPORTS SPORT DEPORTES
5 EDUCATION EDUCAZ. EDUC.
6 DRAMA TEATRO TEATRO
7 CULTURE CULTURA CULTURA
8 SCIENCE SCIENZA CIENCIAS
9 VARIED VARIE DIVERSOS
10 POP MUSIC POP M. POP
11 ROCK MUSIC ROCK M. ROCK
12 EASY LISTENING EASY_M G-EXITOS
MUSIC
13 LIGHT CLASSICAL CLASSICL LIGERA.
14 SERIOUS CLASSICAL CLASSIC2 CLASICA
15 OTHER MUSIC ALTRA M. OTRA M
16 WEATHER TEMPO TIEMPO
17 FINANCE FINANZA ECONOMIA
18 CHILDRENS PROGRAM BAMBINI INFANCIA
19 SOCIAL AFFAIRS SOCIALE SOCIEDAD
20 RELIGION RELIG. RELIGION

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ITALIAN & SPANISH PTY LISTINGS (continued)


CODE TYPE ITALIAN SPANISH
21 PHONE-ON TELEF. CONSULTA
22 TRAVEL VIAGGI VIAJES
23 LEISURE HOBBY OCIO
24 JAZZ JAZZ JAZZ
25 COUNTRY COUNTRY FOLKLORE
26 NATIONAL MUSIC MUS.ITAL M. NCNAL
27 OLDIES MUSIC OLDIES M_AYER
28 FOLK MUSIC M_FOLK M_FOLK
29 DOCUMENTARY DOCUMENT DOCUMENTAL
30 ALARM TEST TEST PRUEBA
31 ALARM ALLARME ALARMA!
32 ANY TYPE TUTTI ALGUNO
33 OFF SPENTO APAGADO

North American PTY Listing:


NORTH AMERICAN PTY LISTING
CODE TYPE ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH
0 NO PROGRAM TYPE NONE AUCUN NINGUNO
1 NEWS NEWS INFOS NOTICIAS
2 INFORMATION INFO SERVICES INFORMAC
3 SPORTS SPORT SPORT DEPORTES
4 TALK TALK CAUSERIE CHARLA
5 ROCK ROCK_ M `M_ ROCK M. _ROCK
6 CLASSIC ROCK CLS_ROCK ROCK_CLA ROK_CLAS
7 ADULT HITS ADLT_HIT CONTEMP HIT_ADTO
8 SOFT ROCK SOFT_RCK SOFT_RCK ROK_BLDO
9 TOP 40 TOP_40 40_HIT_P 40_PRLES
10 COUNTRY MUSIC COUNTRY COUNTRY COUNTRY
11 OLDIES MUSIC OLDIES OLDIES OLDIES
12 SOFT SOFT SOFT MUS_SUAV
13 NOSTALGIA NOSTALGA BIG_BAND NOSTLGIA
14 JAZZ MUSIC JAZZ JAZZ JAZZ
15 CLASSICAL CLASSICL CLASSIC CLASICOS
16 R&B R AND B R AND B CONTMPOR
17 SOFT R&B SOFT R B SOFT R B CONT_SUA

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NORTH AMERICAN PTY LISTING (continued)


CODE TYPE ENGLISH FRENCH SPANISH
18 LANGUAGE LANGUAGE LANGUE IDIOMAS
19 RELIGOUS MUSIC REL_MUSC MUS_REL MUS_REL
20 RELIGOUS TALK REL_TALK CAU_REL CHRL_REL
21 PERSONALITY PERSNLTY PERS PRSONAJE
22 PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLIC PUBLICA
23 COLLEGE COLLEGE UNIV. UNIVER
24-28 SPARE BLANK
29 WEATHER WEATHER METRO TIEMPO
30 EMERGENCY TEST TEST TEST PBA_EMRG
* 31 EMERGENCY ALERT ALERT! ALERTE ALARMA!

* NOTE: PTYs marked with * cannot be used for a PTY SEEK, but can (only) be
shown in the display.

Program Type Interrupt received during the playback of the first


Program Type Interrupt (PTY) will inter- interrupt will be ignored.
rupt all other modes (cassette, CD, etc.)
Program Type Seek
if a radio station begins to broadcast the
If PTY is not active, press the PTY but-
chosen PTY program.
ton. Then press the UP/DOWN rocker
To designate an interrupt, follow the pre- button to Seek for the currently selected
vious instructions to choose the desired program type.
program type, then press and hold the
Program Type Scan
PTY button for 2 seconds while the
If PTY is not active, press the PTY but-
desired PTY is selected, until
ton. Then press and hold the UP/DOWN
* is displayed and the chosen PTY
rocker button until a beep is heard and
icon is enclosed in <brackets>.
the radio begins to scan for the currently
To cancel the interrupt, press the PTY selected program type.
button and then rotate the SELECT knob
Variants/Region Function
to display the PTY designated by the
With this function turned on, the radio
*. Press and hold the PTY button for
will seek or scan for AF network sta-
2 seconds until * is no longer dis-
tions that have the same programming
played.
with only slight differences, like differ-
Note: An RDS interrupt cant interrupt ent commercials. With this function off,
another RDS interrupt. The first interrupt the radio will not switch to a network
received will be played and any others with similar programming.

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To turn this function on or off, press and NEWS Program Button


hold the SELECT knob until 12/24 is (Model VR 400 only)
displayed. Then turn the SELECT knob
until ACPT VAR is displayed. You can When this feature is active, the radio
choose from the following options: will automatically interrupt the current
programming to broadcast news pro-
To look for identical and similar gramming.
stations, choose ACPT VAR (in
US) or REG OFF (in Europe). To enable a news interrupt, while in FM
mode,
To look for only identical stations
choose RJCT VAR (in US) or
REG ON (in Europe).
Press to enable a
Press the SELECT knob to choose the news interrupt.
desired option.

After the desired choice is displayed for


5 seconds, the setting is saved and the
display returns to the default.

Radio Text (RT)


(Except Model VR 100) Press to SEEK
The Radio Text function allows you to news programming.
read any text messages transmitted by OPTION
the currently tuned radio station on your
radio display. These messages could
include song title and artist, station slo-
gans, contest information, etc. Press again to turn off.

Messages are available when the RT


icon RT s displayed. To view the mes-
sages, press the DISP button until
TEXT is displayed. After 3 seconds,
the first line of the message is displayed.

After 2 seconds, the next line of the


message is automatically shown. To
scroll through the message at a faster
pace, press the DISP button. Three sec-
onds after the last line of text is dis-
played, or when the DISP button is
pressed, the default display returns.

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Presets The audio returns to the original


volume.
You can enter presets for your favorite
radio stations on each of the radios Note: If no preset is stored, the radio
different bands. will return to the previous mode.

Model VR 100 has 12 FM, 12 AM and 6 Accessing the Preset


WX preset channels (U.S. models only) Stations
or 6 LW preset channels (European
models only). All other models have 18
FM, 12 AM and 6 WX preset channels
(U.S. models only) or 6 LW preset chan- Press MODE until
nels (European models only). desired band is displayed
(AM. FM, WX or LW).

Storing Preset Stations


To store a station as a preset:

1. Tune to the desired station.

Turn SELECT to choose


preset station.

Note: If currently tuned to the desired


band, you only need to turn the SELECT
Push and release until STORE and knob.
a flashing preset number display.
Preset Scan
(Except Model VR 100)
You can Scan through each of the preset
stations in each of the bands.

Turn to change preset number. To Scan through your presets,

Press SCN to display PSCN


and begin scanning presets.

Push to store station at that number.


STORE is cleared from the
display and the preset number stops
flashing.

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While scanning, the radio pauses for Emergency Broadcast


approximately 5 seconds on each preset. (Alert/Alarm)
To stop the scan, The feature will interrupt the current
mode and switch to an emergency radio
broadcast. The radio will display
Press SCN again. ALERT (U.S. models) or ALARM
(European models).
The scan continues until it is stopped.

Note: When scanning through presets,


the radio will only stop on presets where Select any MODE to cancel
EMERGENCY BROADCAST
the station strength is strong enough. ALERT/ALARM.

Auto-Store Presets Emergency Broadcast Volume


To automatically store the strongest 18 You can adjust the volume of all
stations available (12 stations for Model Emergency Broadcasts while a broad-
VR 100) as presets, (AM, FM, WX or cast is being heard. When the next
LW): Emergency Broadcast is received, the
volume will automatically increase to
this volume. When the broadcast is over,
the radio will return to the previous vol-
Press AUTO to scan for strongest signals ume setting of whatever radio mode was
and store as presets.
playing.
The radio displays AS and AUTO as The Emergency Broadcast volume set-
the radio searches for and stores stations. ting will be saved for all future
announcements until it is adjusted again.
Auto-Store will stop after 18 stations
(12 for Model VR 100) are found and Note: You will not be able to adjust the
stored. If there are not enough strong volume lower than the minimum preset
stations to fill the presets, the stations alert/alarm volume.
discovered will be duplicated until all
memory locations are filled. If no sta- You can cancel an alert/alarm by select-
tions are found, Auto-Store will automat- ing any mode (AM, FM, CASS, CD,
ically cancel. etc.).

Press the AUTO button at any time to


cancel the Auto-Store function.

Note: When Auto-Store is turned off, the


presets that were saved will be lost and
the radio will return to the presets stored
before Auto-Store was enabled.

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Using the Cassette


Player If a cleaning tape is rejected,
press and hold TUNE for 5 seconds
Cassette Select (while the radio is OFF and the ignition is ON)
until BAD TAPE and DETECT OFF display.
Then insert cleaning tape.
Model VR 100
Insert a cassette into the radio and it will
automatically begin to play. TAPE_A After BAD TAPE and DETECT
or TAPE_B is displayed, depending on OFF are displayed, insert the cleaning
which side of the tape is playing. tape.
Model VR 200 and VR 400
With a cassette inserted, press the
To turn CASSETTE TIGHTENING and
MODE button until CASS is dis- ERROR DETECTION back on,
played. TAPE_A or TAPE_B is dis- press and hold TUNE until
BAD TAPE DETECTION is displayed.
played, depending on which side of the
tape is playing. If no cassette is loaded Change Cassette Side
when pressing the MODE button, the
radio will display NO TAPE and Model VR 100
return to FM mode. To play the opposite side of a playing
cassette, press the RW and FF buttons at
Cassette Tightening and the same time.
Error Detection Model VR 200 and VR 400
(Except Model VR100) To play the opposite side of a playing
cassette,
Each time a cassette is inserted into the
Model 100 Models 200 & 400
radio, the player automatically checks
for a loosely wound tape and tightens it
before playing. The player also detects
tapes that are too tightly wound or bro- Press and hold RW
and FF buttons at
ken. If a tightly wound or bad tape is the same time.
detected, BAD TAPE is displayed and
Press SELECT.
the tape is ejected.

The Cassette Tightening and Error Note: For all models, the cassette is
Detection feature may prevent cleaning automatically reversed when it reaches
cassettes from working properly. To use the end of a side.
cleaning cassettes, you can override the
error detection.

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Stop and Eject To activate Rewind, press the Rewind


button until << REV is dis-
Model VR 100 played. To cancel Fast Forward or
To eject the cassette, press the EJECT Rewind, press the same button again.
button . The tape is ejected and radio
mode is activated. Tapes can be ejected Note: If Radio Monitor (following sec-
even while the ignition is off. tion) is on, you may seek a different
station while the cassette is in Fast
Model VR 200 and VR 400 Forward or Rewind mode. While seek-
To stop play, press the EJECT button ing, the display shows FWD or REV
. The radio will return to the last and the frequency number.
selected mode.
Radio Monitor Function
Press the EJECT button again to
eject the cassette. The Radio Monitor function allows the
radio to be heard while fast forwarding
To eject the cassette when the radio is in or rewinding a cassette. To turn Radio
another mode, press the EJECT button Monitor on or off,
.

Pause
(Model VR 100 only)
To pause a playing cassette, press the
SELECT knob until MUTE is dis- Press for 3 seconds to Turn to display MONI.
played. To begin playing the cassette display 12/14.

again, press the SELECT knob again.

Fast Forward and Rewind


Model VR 100
To activate Fast Forward or Rewind,
press the Fast Forward or Rewind Press to change
between ON and OFF.
button.

To cancel the Fast Forward or Rewind, After 5 seconds the selection is saved
press the opposite button, or . and the display returns to the default.

Model VR 200 and VR 400


To activate Fast Forward, press the Fast
Forward button until FWD >> is
displayed.

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Next Music Search Previous Music Search


(except Model VR 100) (except Model VR 100)
Most cassettes have blank space between To rewind to the previous blank space on
each selection. You can use Next Music the cassette,
Search to find these pauses, allowing you
to find the beginning of the next selection.

To fast forward to the next blank space


on the cassette,

Press to display
<PREV 1.

Press to display
NEXT>1.

To fast forward past several blank Press repeatedly to


spaces, pass several blank spots.

If the beginning of the side is reached


during a Previous Music Search, the
cassette begins to play at the beginning
of the current side.

Note: If the current selection has been


Press repeatedly to playing for less than 8 seconds, pressing
pass several blank spots. the UP/DOWN rocker button will fast
rewind to the blank space before the pre-
The number on the display shows how vious selection.
many blank spaces will be skipped.

If the end of the side is reached during a


Canceling a Next/Previous
Next Music Search, the cassette direc- Music Search
tion changes and begins to play the To cancel a music search,
opposite side.

Press until NEXT>1/<PREV 1


display is 0.

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Dolby Noise Reduction Never touch the cassette head with mag-
netic or hard objects.
(Models VR 200 and VR 400)
Do not lubricate the player mechanism.
Enabling the Dolby B-type noise reduc-
tion function during cassette playback Do not use cassettes that are longer than
will reduce background noise on tapes 90 minutes (C-90). Longer cassettes,
that were recorded with this technology. like C-120, tend to have thinner tape that
may stretch or break and may damage
To turn on or turn off Dolby B-type
your player.
noise reduction, press the button with the
double-D logo . The double-D icon Cassette Tape Care
will display while the noise reduction is
on. Do not use cassettes that are deformed,
dirty or contaminated.
Manufactured under a license from
Dolby Laboratories. Dolby and the dou- Cassette tapes that are not properly
ble-D symbol are trademarks of stored in their plastic cases away from
Dolby Laboratories. contaminants, direct sunlight and
extreme heat may not operate properly
Tape Player Care and may damage your tape player.
The tape player must be cleaned after Cassette tapes are subject to wear and
every 35 hours of use. the sound quality may degrade over
time. Always verify the cassette tape is
Caution: Not cleaning the tape
in good condition before use.
player can cause reduced sound
quality and may ruin your cas- Cassette Clean Indicator
settes or damage the player.
The tape player will alert you that it
Clean the player with a scrubbing- should be cleaned by displaying the
action, non-abrasive cleaning cassette. message TP CLEAN. After the player
These cassettes have a bottle of cleaning is cleaned,
liquid that is applied to cleaning pads
and scrubs the tape heads. To properly
clean your tape player, follow the
instructions with the cleaning cassette. Press AUD for 5 seconds to
Cleaning cassettes should be replaced clear display.
CLN RST will display for
regularly. 3 seconds.

Note: The cleaning cassette is not Then the display returns to the default.
included with your radio and must be
purchased separately.

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Note: Do not release the AUD button


before CLN RST is displayed to reset
the clean condition.

If you experience poor sound quality


from your cassette player, try playing a
different cassette tape to see if the tape
or tape player is at fault. If the second
cassette tape also has poor sound quality,
try cleaning the tape player, regardless
of when the player was last cleaned.

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Compact Disc Next Track


(CD) Player To skip forward to higher track numbers,

CD Select
Insert a CD in the radios CD slot and it
will automatically begin to play. The
track number and the CD icon
are displayed. Turn clockwise to skip forward.

If the radio is in another mode and a CD Continue to hold the knob and the
is already in the player, player will continue to move forward
through following tracks. The player will
move through the tracks more quickly if
the knob is turned further clockwise.
Press MODE until Once the last track is reached, the player
CD is displayed.
starts over at track 1 and continues to go
up.

Previous Track
To skip backward to the beginning of the
current track,

Press UP/DOWN
rocker button.

If you select the CD mode while no CD


is loaded, the radio will display NO
CD and return to FM mode. Turn counter clockwise to
skip backward.

CD Eject
Continue to turn the knob and the play-
Press the EJECT button to eject a er will continue to move backward
CD from the player. CDs can be ejected through previous tracks. Once track 1 is
even when the ignition is off. reached, the player skips to the last
(highest numbered) track and continues
If a CD is ejected but not removed
to go down.
within approximately 15 seconds, the
CD automatically reloads but does not Note: If the track has played for less
begin to play. The automatic reload than 8 seconds when the SELECT knob
feature helps protect the CD from is turned, the player skips backward to
possible damage. the beginning of the previous track.

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Fast Forward Repeat Play Function


To activate Fast Forward, To repeat the current track,

Press until RPT is


displayed to REPEAT
current track.

Press and hold to


FAST FORWARD.
Press to cancel
After 3 seconds, the CD begins to fast REPEAT.
forward until the rocker button is
released. The elapsed time is displayed
while the CD fast forwards.
Random Play Function
To play chosen tracks randomly,
Note: Because the audio disc is played
at a faster rate when fast forwarding, you
will be able to hear the audio but the
quality will not be normal. Press RND to
activate function.
Fast Reverse
To activate Fast Reverse,
Press RND again
to cancel function.

Press and hold to


FAST REVERSE.

After 3 seconds, the CD begins to fast


reverse until the rocker button is
released. The elapsed time is displayed
while the CD reverses.

Note: Because the audio disc is played


at a faster rate when fast reversing, you
will be able to hear the audio but the
quality will not be normal.

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Scan Tracks Function


(CD Player)
The Scan Tracks function plays the first
10 seconds of each track in order. To
activate this function,

Press until SCN T# is


displayed to scan
tracks.

To cancel the scan,

Press and hold


to cancel scan.

OR

Press SELECT.

OR
Press MODE.

OR

Press and hold.

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Using the CD Changer The RPT icon RPT is displayed. To


cancel the Repeat CD function,
(CDX)
(CDX not compatible with
Radio Model VR100) Press RPT twice
to cancel REPEAT.
CD Changer Select
Repeat CD Function
To replay the current CD,
Press MODE until
CDX is displayed.

The last selected CD in the changer Press RPT twice


to repeat CD.
begins to play. The track number,
and CD number are displayed. The RPT icon and the flashing CDX
icon RPT are displayed.
If there is no CD in the cartridge or a
cartridge has not been inserted into the
changer, the radio will display NO
CDX and return to the previous mode. Press RPT once
to cancel REPEAT.
CD Select
To select a CD in the changer
OR
Press D.SCN
to cancel REPEAT.

Press MODE until Press UP/DOWN OR


CD is displayed. rocker button. Press SCN to
cancel REPEAT.
The CD number on the display changes
to match the number of the CD selected
and the CD begins playing.
OR
Press MODE to
Repeat Track Function cancel REPEAT.

To replay the current track,

Press RPT once


to REPEAT current
track.

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Random Track Function Random CD/Track Function


To play chosen tracks randomly on the To play chosen tracks randomly from all
current CD, CDs,

Press and hold SELECT Turn to display RND. Press and hold SELECT Turn to display RND.
until 12/24 displayed. until 12/24 displayed.

Press to choose 1. Press RND to Press to choose 6. Press RND to


After 5 seconds the activate function. After 5 seconds the activate function.
selection is saved. selection is saved.

The RND icon RND is displayed. The RND icon RND is displayed.

To cancel this function,

OR
Press RND again
to cancel function.
Press RND again Press D.SCN to
to cancel function. cancel.

OR OR

Press RPT to Press MODE to


cancel. cancel.

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Scan Tracks Function Scan CDs Function


The Scan Tracks function plays the first The Scan CDs function plays the first 10
10 seconds of each track on the current seconds of the first track of each CD in
CD. To activate this function, the changer. To activate this function,

Press until SCN T# is Press and hold


displayed to scan until DISCSCAN.
tracks.

To cancel this function, To cancel this function,

Press and hold. Press and hold.

OR

Press SELECT.

OR

Press MODE.

OR

Press and hold


UP/DOWN
rocker button.

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34 Infrared Remote

Infrared Remote
(Accessory)
The infrared remote can be used to con-
trol all models except Model VR 100.

Power On/Off
Press the POWER button to turn the
receiver on or off. The vehicle must be
turned on.

Volume
Press the + button to raise the volume
or press the button to lower the vol-
ume. VOL is displayed with the num-
ber that represents the volume level. Infrared Remote

Mute
Press the MUTE button to mute any
Radio Seek
mode. MUTE is displayed. To cancel Press the top or bottom of the SEEK but-
the mute, press the MUTE button again. ton to seek the next station. The audio
While muted, CDs and cassettes contin- mutes as the radio searches for and stops
ue to advance. on the next station with a strong signal.
After finding a station, the audio returns
Radio Select to the original volume.
Press the MODE button to change from Note: Seek will cancel if no signal is
a playback mode (cassette, CD, CD strong enough for the radio to recognize
changer) to the radio mode. The radio it.
plays the last selected band and station.
To choose a different band, press the Radio Presets
MODE button until the desired band is
displayed. To listen to the preset stations, choose
the desired band by pressing the MODE
Radio Tune button. Then repeatedly press the P.SET
button until the desired preset number is
Press and hold the top or bottom of the displayed.
SEEK button to slowly move through
the frequencies on the current band.
Continue to hold the SEEK button to
activate a fast tune. Release the button to
stop the tune.

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Cassette Select CD Changer Select


Press the cassette/CD button Press the CD changer button
until CASS is displayed. until the CD changer symbol and track
TAPE_A or TAPE_B is displayed, number are displayed. The last selected
depending on which side of the tape is CD and track begin to play and the track
playing. number, DISC icon, and the CD
number are displayed.
CD Select
(Single, integrated CD) CD Select
Press the cassette/CD button until CD To choose another CD, press the CD
is displayed. The CD begins to play changer button until the desired CD
where it left off, and the track number number is displayed. You can also press
and time elapsed are displayed. and hold the CD changer button to
quickly advance through the CDs in the
Track Select changer. Release the button to stop on
the currently displayed CD number.
While in CD or CDX mode, rotate the
SELECT knob to choose the desired
track. The track number on the display
increases or decreases depending on how
many times the button is pressed.

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Steering Wheel
Controls
The Steering Wheel Controls allow you
to keep your hands on the wheel while
controlling many radio functions.
Steering Wheel Controls are not avail-
able with Model VR 100.

Volume
Press the + button to raise the vol-
ume or press the -- button to lower the
volume. VOL is displayed with the
number that represents the volume level.

Radio Manual Tune CD Track Select


While in the radio mode, press the While in CD mode, press the or
or button for 1 second to activate a button to choose the desired track.
slow tune. Press the or but- The track number on the display will
ton for 3 seconds to activate a fast tune. increase or decrease depending on how
Radio Seek many times the button is pressed.

Press the or button for less CD Select


than 1 second to activate a Seek. The While in CDX changer mode, press and
audio mutes. The radio searches and hold the and buttons at the
stops on the next station with a strong same time until the desired CD number
signal, and the audio returns to the origi- is displayed. The numbers will increase
nal volume. The scan continues until a without stopping until the button is
strong signal is found, but will cancel released.
the Seek after passing through the band
without finding a strong signal.

Cassette Fast
Forward/Rewind
While in cassette mode, press the
button to fast forward the cassette or
press the button to fast rewind the
cassette. To stop the fast forward or
rewind, press the same button
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Additional Inputs/Outputs 37

Additional Inputs/ To override Auxiliary Audio mode,

Outputs
Note: The features below are applicable Press and hold for
only with certain optional equipment. at least 5 seconds.
See an authorized Volvo dealer for The radio will return to the previous
details. operating mode.
Switched Auxiliary Outputs Selecting Speakers for Auxiliary
Switched Auxiliary Outputs (SAOs) are
Audio
Navigation audio can be directed to the
available to power or control external
left or right front speaker. To select the
devices such as a power antenna, exter-
speaker for Navigation audio, press and
nal amplifier or rear seat audio. Model
hold the SELECT knob for more than 3
VR 100 has a single SAO. All other
seconds. The display will show
Models have 3 SAOs.
12/24_XX. Then rotate the SELECT
Low-Level Audio Outputs knob through the various options until
the display shows Nav. X, where X is
All radios except Model VR 100 have either L for left or R for the right
single-ended connections for low level speaker. To change between the left and
audio outputs for the right front, left right speaker selection, press the
front, right rear and left rear audio sig- SELECT knob.
nals. An optional amplifier is typically
used with low-level outputs. Phone audio can be directed to either the
front or all 4 speakers. To select the
Auxiliary Audio Input speakers for phone audio, press and hold
the SELECT knob for more than 3 sec-
All radios except Model VR 100 have 2
onds. The display will show
monaural external audio inputs. Input #1
12/24_XX. Then rotate the SELECT
can be used for applications like naviga-
knob through the various options until
tion while input #2 is useful as a tele-
the display shows PH_ X, where X is
phone input. The auxiliary audio source
either FRONT or ALL. To change
is automatically selected by the tele-
between the front or all speaker selec-
phone or navigation unit when properly
tion, press the SELECT knob.
connected through the control lines.

When either external audio source is Cell Phone Mute


selected, the radio will display EX When equipped with the required option-
AUDIO along with any appropriate al equipment and properly connected, the
icons. The radios audio functions can be radio will automatically mute audio and
adjusted in the same way as they are in the display indicates VOL 0 each time
other modes. a call is made or received.

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Index 39

A Cell Phone Mute...............................37


Accessing the Preset Stations...........21 Clock ..................................................4
Additional Inputs/Outputs ................37 Clock 12 or 24-Hour Format..............4
Alarm Clock and Timer......................5 Compact Disc Player (CD)...............28
Alarm Clock On/Off/Snooze..............5 Country Frequency Selection .............3
Alarm Volume.....................................5 D
Alternate Frequency Switching Display Illumination...........................3
(AF) ................................................13 Displaying the Time ...........................4
Audio Controls ..................................7 Dolby Noise Reduction ....................26
Auto-Store Presets............................22 Dynamic Distortion Limiting .............7
Auxiliary Audio Input ......................37
E
B
Emergency Broadcast (Alert/Alarm) 22
Balance Control..................................7 Emergency Broadcast Volume..........22
Band Select.......................................11
F
Bass Control .......................................8
Fade Control .......................................7
C
Fast Forward and Rewind -
CD Eject ...........................................28 Cassette...........................................24
CD Select..........................................28 Fast Forward - CD............................29
Canceling a Next/Previous Music ....... Fast Reverse - CD.............................29
Search .............................................25 FM Memory .....................................14
Cassette Clean Indicator...................26
I
Cassette Fast Forward/Rewind -
Steering Wheel Control ..................36 Infrared Remote................................34
Cassette player Using....................23 L
Cassette Select..................................23 Language ............................................3
Cassette Select - Infrared Remote....35 Lock .........................See Security code
Cassette Tape Care ...........................26 Longwave Band................................11
Cassette Tightening and Error Loudness.............................................8
Detection.........................................23 Low-Level Audio..............................37
CD Select - CD Changer..................31
M
CD Select - Infrared Remote............35
Midrange Control ...............................8
CD Select - Steering Wheel
Mute - Infrared Remote....................34
Control ............................................36
CD Track Select - Steering Wheel N
Control ............................................36 News Program Button - VR400 .......20
Change Cassette Side .......................23 Next Music Search ...........................25
CD Changer Select - CD Changer ...31 Next Track ........................................28
CD Changer Select - Infrared North American PTY Listing......18-19
Remote............................................35 O
CD Changer - Using.........................31
One-Hour Timer .................................6

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P Seek Sensitivity FM and AM ........12


Pause.................................................24 Selecting Speakers for Auxiliary
Power On/Off .....................................2 Audio ..............................................37
Power On/Off - Infrared Remote .....34 Setting FM Memory (European)......13
Presets...............................................21 Setting the Alarm Clock .....................6
Preset Scan .......................................21 Setting the Clock ................................4
Previous Track ..................................28 Setting Time of Day ...........................4
Previous Music Search .....................25 Speaker Select 2 or 4..........................9
Program Type Function (PTY).........15 Speed-Dependent Volume - VR400 .10
Program Type Interrupt ....................19 Steering Wheel Controls ..................36
Program Type Seek ..........................19 Stop and Eject ..................................24
Program Type Scan ..........................19 Storing Preset Stations .....................21
Program Type Listing..................16-19 Switched Auxiliary Outputs .............37
System Overview................................1
R
Radio Data System (RDS) ...............13 T
Radio Manual Tune - Steering Tape Player Care ..............................26
Wheel Control ................................36 Track Select - Infrared Remote ........35
Radio Monitor Function ...................24 Traffic Announcement Volume.........15
Radio Presets - Infrared Remote ......34 Traffic Programming (TP)................14
Radio Seek - Infrared Remote..........34 Treble Control ....................................8
Radio Seek - Steering Wheel Tune ..................................................11
Control ............................................36 Tuning the Radio ..............................11
Radio Select - Infrared Remote........34 V
Radio Text (RT)................................20 Variants/Region Function .................19
Radio Tune - Infrared Remote .........34 Volume - Infrared Remote................34
Radio Using.....................................2 Volume - Steering Wheel Control ....36
Random CD/Track Function ............32 Volume Control ..................................7
Random Play Function .....................29
W
Random Track Function ...................32
Repeat CD Function .........................31 Weather Band ...................................11
Repeat Play Function -
CD Player ......................................29
Room Simulation DSP- VR400 .........9

S
Scan ..................................................14
Scan CD Function ............................33
Scan Track Function - CD Changer .33
Scan Track Function - CD Player ....30
Security Code .....................................2
Seek ..................................................12

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Gteborg, Sweden

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Operating Instructions
Telephone

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Contents
Getting started ..................................................................................... 1
Switch on the telephone ..................................................................... 1
Switch off the telephone ..................................................................... 1
Insert the SIM card ............................................................................. 1
Enter your PIN code. .......................................................................... 2
Change language ................................................................................. 2
Telephone mode: ................................................................................. 3

Calling ................................................................................................... 4
Making a call ...................................................................................... 4
Answering a call ................................................................................. 4
Finishing a call .................................................................................... 5
Making an emergency call .................................................................. 5
Last dialled numbers ........................................................................... 5
Telephone book ................................................................................... 6

While making a call ............................................................................ 7


Change volume .................................................................................... 7
Respond to call waiting during a call ................................................ 7
Call menu ............................................................................................ 7

Managing messages ............................................................................. 8


Writing and sending messages ........................................................... 8
Reading messages ............................................................................. 10

Menus .................................................................................................. 12
Scroll between the menus ................................................................. 12
Jump directly to a menu ................................................................... 12
Menus, overview ............................................................................... 13

Troubleshooting .................................................................................. 18
No display ......................................................................................... 18
Damaged handsfree or receiver ........................................................ 18

Index .................................................................................................... 19

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Getting started 1

Switch on the telephone


1 Turn the ignition key to the driving
position or radio position

2 Hold in ON/OFF until the green lamp


in the button lights

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Switch off the telephone


Hold down ON/OFF until the telephone
switches off. The green lamp in the button
goes out.

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Insert the SIM card


The telephone can only be used with a
small SIM-card. The SIM card is provided
by your network operator.

The SIM card can be mounted only one


way round in the card slot.

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2 Getting started

Enter your PIN code.


A PIN-code is sometimes activated when
the SIM-card is first fitted. You must enter PIN code:
your PIN code in order to use the tele-
phone. This code must be entered every
time the telephone is switched on. This
function can be switched off in menu 5.4
(see Menus page 12 17).

1 Enter the code

2 Press YES PIN code:


****

If the PIN-code is entered incorrectly too


many times the telephone requires a PUK-
code to be entered. The PUK code is also
supplied together with your SIM card.

Change language
1 Scroll to telephone mode (YES) Telephone mode:

2 Press in rapid succession (within three


seconds):

>
5 Operator
3 |<< Memory Menu >>|

3 Select the desired language from the


list

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Getting started 3

Telephone mode:
Once the telephone has been switched on, Telephone mode:
the drivers display will show information
concerning the telephone;

Return to information mode by pressing


NO on the keypad or from the steering Operator
wheel by pressing the ESC stalk switch.
|<< Memory Menu >>|
The drivers display must be in telephone
mode before the telephone can be used. Go
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to telephone mode by pressing YES on the AM
keypad or from the steering wheel, or by 0007658.8 km
entering a telephone number on the keypad.

Scroll to radio mode from the information Information mode:


mode by pressinggt;> or << on the steering
wheel. Gauge 2/6
Go from telephone mode to Fuel data
Time/distance
the telephone book using<<
(see Telephone book page 6) Display

the menus using>> 13:30


(see Menus page 12 17) AM
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the last called numbers using YES
(see Last dialled numbers page 5)
Radio mode:

Radio channel
|<< 105.6 MHz >>|
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4 Calling

Making a call
1Go to telephone mode (YES)

Operator
|<< Memory Menu >>|

2 Dial the number, including the area code


If incorrect:
Number:
Erase the last digits dialled using CLR 0123456789
Erase a digit in the middle of a num-
ber by scrolling using the arrows until
the cursor is directly under the digit
and then pressing CLR.

3 Press YES or lift the receiver

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Answering a call
Press YES or lift the receiver

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Calling 5

Finishing a call
Press NO or hang up the receiver.

The sound system will return to the same


volume as before the call.

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Making an emergency call


It is always possible to make an emergency Emergency call position:
call, even without the ignition key or SIM
card. The trucks main circuit breaker must
be switched on.

1 Hold in ON/OFF until the green lamp Emergency call


is lit

2 Enter the emergency services number


(112 within the EU)
It is possible to enter the emergency
services number in the PIN-code
menu.

3 Press YES on the keypad or lift the


receiver

Last dialled numbers


The telephone automatically stores the last Telephone mode:
dialled numbers or name.

1 Go to telephone mode (YES)

2 Press YES to show the numbers Operator


|<< Memory Menu >>|
3 Scroll to the correct number using >>
and <<

4 Press YES to call the number

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6 Calling

Telephone book
The telephone book holds 99 names and
number. Additional names and numbers can
be stored on the SIM card.

Search the telephone book Telephone mode:


1 Go to telephone mode

2 Press <<
3 Press YES
Operator
4 Scroll through the numbers until you |<< Memory Menu >>|
find the number you want to call

5 Press YES
Search for a name
1 Go to telephone mode

2 Press <<

3 Enter the first letter or first letters of


the name

4 Press YES
5 Scroll through the names using the ar-
row keys until you find the right one

6 Press YES to call the number

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While making a call 7

Change volume
The volume can be adjusted using + and -
on the steering wheel.

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Respond to call waiting during a call


Press YES to answer the call.
Press NO to ignore the call. The engaged
signal sounds when calling.

Call menu
During a call, the call menu can be reached
using << or >>. Press NO to return to
showing telephone number and call time.
Menu Comments
Confidential Switch off the microphone so that the caller cannot hear what
is being said.
Hold Disconnect the caller temporarily so that you can call a third
party. Once the third party has answered, you can switch be-
tween the two calls using Switch or connect the two using
Connect.
Receiver Use the receiver.
Handsfree Use handsfree.
Memory Go to the telephone book.
Connect Talk to both parties at the same time. (If two calls are being
made.)
Switch Switch between two calls. (If two calls are being made.)

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8 Managing messages

There are other message functions apart


from the ones described. See Menus,
overview page 13 for a list of options
available in menu 2, Messages. It is not
possible to manage messages whilst driving.

Writing and sending messages


1Go to telephone mode (YES)

Operator
|<< Memory Menu >>|

2 Go to menu 2, Messages

3 Press YES
Menu 2
|<< Messages >>|

4 Go to menu 22, Type

5 Press YES
Menu 22
|<< Type >>|

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Managing messages 9

6 Type the message: But- Character


Select the key marked with the letter you ton
wish to type. Press once to select the first
letter, twice for the second and so on. 1 [ ] 1 -? ! ,.: " ( )
2 abc2
Erase using CLR.
3 def3
4 ghi4
5 jkl5
6 mno6
7 pqrs7
8 tuv8
9 wxyz9
* Dash
0 +0@*#&$/%
# Switch between upper case and
lower case letters

7 Press YES

8 Select Send or Save


Saved messages are stored in menu 21, text.
Read, and sent later.
|<< Send >>|
Press NO several times or hold NO to re-
turn to telephone mode.

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10 Managing messages

Reading messages
An envelope symbol shown in the display
indicates that a message has been received.

Operator
|<< Memory Menu >>|

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AM
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1 Go to menu 2, Messages

2 Press YES
Menu 2
|<< Messages >>|

3 Go to menu 21, Read

4 Press YES
Menu 21
|<< Read >>|

5 Select what message you want to read.


New messages are marked N, read mes-
sages are marked R and saved messages
marked S. Except for new, read, or saved N 0123456789
messages, the name of the person who sent |<< 07 May 13:34 >>|
the message and the time of delivery is dis-
played.

6 Press YES

7 Read the message


8 Press YES

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Managing messages 11

9 Select between erasing, answering, edit-


ing, sending, calling the sender or saving
the number.
text.
10 Press YES to select
or |<< Erase >>|
Press NO to ignore the alternatives.

Press NO several times or hold NO to re-


turn to telephone mode.

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12 Menus

Scroll between the menus


Go to telephone mode (YES). Press >> to Example:
access the menus. Currently in telephone mode and wish to
change ringing signals.
Scroll between the side menus using
>> and << 1 Press >> to access the menus.
2 Scroll using >> or << until menu 5,
Scroll from one menu to a submenu settings, is reached.
using YES 3 Press YES to select the settings
menu
4 Scroll through until you come to
Confirm or select by pressing YES
the sounds submenu
5 Select the sounds submenu
Undo or say no to an alternative by
6 Scroll through to the ring signal
pressing NO briefly.
submenu
7 Select the ring signal submenu
Return to telephone mode by holding 8 Scroll through to the desired ring
down NO signal
9 Select the desired ring signal

You have now changed the ring signal.


Press NO several times or hold NO to
return to telephone mode.

Jump directly to a menu


Instead of scrolling through all menus, it is
possible to jump directly to a menu by en-
tering the menu number quickly (within
three seconds). Menu 1
|<< Call log >>|
1 Press >> to access the menu system.

2 Press the number of the desired main Example:


menu. Currently in telephone mode and wish to
change ring signals. Press rapidly:
3 Press the number of the desired
submenu. >>
5
6
2

Change to the desired ring signal

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Menus 13

Menus, overview
Only a few menus are accessible whilst
driving.

Menu Comments
1 Call log Information on incoming and outgoing calls is stored here.
11 Missed calls Select between calling, saving or erasing each number.
12 Received calls Select between calling, saving or erasing each number.
13 Dialled calls Select between calling, saving or erasing each number.
14 Delete list
141 All
142 Missed
143 Received
144 Dialled
15 Call duration
151 Last call
152 Number of calls
153 Total time
154 Reset In order to reset the call duration meters the telephone
code must be entered. When the telephone is new the code
is 1234, but the code can be changed in menu 552.

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14 Menus

Menu Comments
2 Messages If Dynafleet is on, the menu Messages will be locked
and all message handling must take place via Dynafleet.
21 Read Read messages are marked R, new unread marked N and
saved messages marked S. Each message can be erased,
answered, changed and sent. The sender can be called and
the callers number saved. See Reading messages page 10
22 Type See Writing and sending messages page 8.
23 Voice messages Enter the number of your voice mailbox.
24 Settings
241 SMSC number The SMSC number is to your operators message centre
and is provided together with the SIM card.
242 Validity Specify how long the message is to be saved in the mes-
sage centre. As long as the message is saved in the
message centre the operator attempts to send the message
to the telephone.
243 Type Specify the type of message to be sent.

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Menu Comments
3 Edit memory
31 Add Adding a name and a telephone number. Select save in the
telephone memory or in the SIM card memory.
32 Search Search using the first letter or first few letters of a name.
Choose to answer, erase, copy or move the number. Copy-
ing the number so that it is stored in both the telephone
memory and in the SIM-card memory. When moving, the
number is moved from the telephone memory to the SIM-
card memory or vice versa.
33 Speed dial Stores a number for speed dial. First select the speed dial
number (1-9). Then search the number in the memory that
is to be stored as a speed dial number.
34 Delete SIM Erase all numbers stored on a SIM-card.
35 Delete memory Erase all numbers stored in the telephone memory.
36 Status Displays used memory spaces in the telephone memory
and in the SIM-card memory. Maximum number of mem-
ory spaces displayed within brackets.

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Menu Comments
4 Call functions
41 Send number Select whether the telephone number is to be displayed
along side the sender when ringing out.
42 Call waiting Choose whether to answer other calls while talking in the
telephone.
43 Auto-answer Select whether the telephone automatically answers all in-
coming calls.
44 Autodial Automatic dialling retries a telephone number automati-
cally if it is engaged.
45 Speed dial Choose whether to allow dialling with speed dial.
46 Call rerouting Select when and where a call is to be rerouted.
461 All calls
462 When engaged
463 Not responding Rerouting occurs if the call is not answered. The operator
decides how many rings are permitted.
464 Not accessible Rerouting occurs if the telephone is in an area with no
coverage.
465 Fax call Rerouting occurs with calls from faxes
466 Data call Rerouting occurs with calls from computers, e.g. GSM
data transferred to the telephone.
467 Cancel all Cancel rerouting.

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Menus 17

Menu Comments
5 Settings
51 Factory settings Resets the telephone to the factory settings (affects lan-
guage, operator, ring volume, ring signal, button click,
speed-dependent volume, radio auto-mute, Dynafleet)
52 Operator Select whether the telephone should search for another op-
erator when the correct one is not found or whether to
select the operator manually.
53 Language Select Language
54 SIM security With SIM security On the PIN code must be entered ev-
ery time the telephone is switched on. With SIM security
Off the PIN code never needs to be entered when the
telephone is switched on. With SIM security on Auto
the PIN code only needs to be entered when the telephone
is switched on if the SIM card is replaced.
55 Change codes
551 PIN code You will be provided with a PIN code together with your
SIM card. You can change the PIN code here. The PIN
code must be 4-8 digits.
552 Telephone code The telephone code is 1234 when the vehicle is delivered.
You can change the telephone code here.
56 Sound
561 Ring volume Select the desired volume ring signal Change the volume
using << and >>. Go back to the menu Sound using NO.
562 Ring signal Select the ring signal.
563 Button click Select whether the buttons sound when pressed.
564 Speed-dependent If Speed-dependent volume is on, then the volume will in-
volume crease as the vehicle speed increases.
565 Radio auto-mute If Radio auto-mute is on, the radio volume will be low-
ered when the telephone rings.
57 Dynafleet status Set if Dynafleet is connected or not. If Dynafleet status is
set as connected all messages are managed via Dynafleet.
Telephone menu 2 is not available.

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No display
The telephone will function even if it is not
in contact with the display. To dial a num-
ber, enter the number and press YES.

Damaged handsfree or receiver


If handsfree does not work the telephone
automatically switches off the handsfree
function and only the receiver can be used.
The opposite applies if the receiver does
not function.

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Index
Menus . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
A jump directly to a . . . . . . 12
Answer . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
overview . . . . . . . . . . 13
C Scroll between . . . . . . . . 12
Calling . . . . . . . . . . . . 4
Change language . . . . . . . . 2 Messages
write and send . . . . . . . . 8
E
Emergency call . . . . . . . . 5 P
Emergency number . . . . . . . 5 PIN-code . . . . . . . . . . . 2
PUK-code . . . . . . . . . . . 2
F
Finish a call . . . . . . . . . . 5 R
Radio mode . . . . . . . . . . 3
G
Getting started . . . . . . . . . 1 S
SIM-card . . . . . . . . . . . 1
H Switch off the telephone . . . . 1
Hang up . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Switch on the telephone . . . . . 1
I
Information mode . . . . . . . 3 T
Telephone . . . . . . . . . . . 3
J Telephone book . . . . . . . . 6
Jump directly to a menu . . . . 12
Telephone code . . . . . . . . 17
L The volume . . . . . . . . . . 7
Language
change . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . 18
Last dialled numbers . . . . . . 5 W
While making a call . . . . . . 7
M
Managing messages . . . . . . 8
Memory . . . . . . . . . . . . 6

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Operating Instructions
Refrigerator box

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Safety regulations
Under no circumstances interfere with Never use detergent which contains
the refrigerant circuit abrasive agents, acid or solvent
The refrigerator box is not intended for When the refrigerator box is to be dis-
storing corrosive material or solvent carded a specialist should be consulted
Never cover the air channels or the regarding the recycling of the compo-
ventilation openings nents included in it
Defrost in good time when you find A quick charger may only be con-
ice forming in the refrigerator box nected to the vehicles battery when
Never use sharp tools to remove ice or the refrigerator box is disconnected
to get out objects which have become
frozen in

General
The refrigerator box has a two-star freezer which is situated above the refrigerator
component, which is intended for storing box. The normal position is five blue light
deep-frozen food during short periods, and diodes lit up, which gives about -12 C in
has a refrigerated space for storing drinks the freezer compartment, and +4 C in the
and other food and beverages which need refrigerated space, at normal surrounding
cooling. The temperature is adjusted as re- temperature.
quired with the help of the control panel,

Area of use
The refrigerator box is designed to cool and ing medical products. All material included
freeze food. If you wish to use it to cool in the refrigerator box is approved for con-
medicines you must check that they meet tact with food. The refrigerant is freon free.
the special requirements in force for cool-

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Starting the refrigerator box


Hold down the switch marked ON/OFF
(1) for about 1 second. The green light
diode (2) lights up and the compressor
starts. The compressor will only start when
the battery voltage exceeds 24.2 Volts. If
the battery voltage is lower than this, the
green light diode (2) begins to flash. For
further information, see Voltage protector
page 3.
T0010488
Adjust the temperature by holding down
the temperature selector marked TEMP
(3). The blue light diodes (4) light up one
after the other, and repeats this as long as
the temperature selector is held down.
Select the temperature by releasing the tem-
perature selector when the correct number
of light diodes is lit. The more blue diodes
that are lit, the lower the temperature in the
refrigerator box. The normal level is five lit
blue light diodes, which gives about -12 C
in the freezer compartment, and +4 C in
the refrigerator compartment at normal sur-
rounding temperature.

Switching off the refrigerator box


Hold down the switch marked ON/OFF
for about 1 second. The green light diode
goes out and the compressor stops. If the
refrigerator box is not going to be used for
a period of time, it should be cleaned thor-
oughly. See Cleaning page 3. After
cleaning, the lid should be held wide open
for at least 24 hours so that all the vapour
vanishes and no bad smells occur.

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Voltage protector
To protect the battery against over- and restarts again at 24.2 V. If the green
discharging, the compressor is shut down light diode flashes despite the battery volt-
automatically if the voltage drops too low. age being normal, this is because the
If the battery voltage has been too low, the voltage was too low earlier. In that case,
green light diode on the control panel start the vehicles engine to create a voltage
flashes and the compressor will not start. stop which will automatically reset the
The voltage protector activates at 22.8 V voltage protector.

Tipping the cab


Before the cab is tipped, the refrigerator
box should be emptied of its contents and
switched off

Cleaning
Clean the refrigerator box with a cloth with dry with a dry cloth. Clean the refrigerator
lukewarm water and ordinary washing-up box both inside and outside at regular inter-
liquid. Make sure that it does not force wa- vals or as soon as it becomes dirty.
ter into the packing or into the switch. Then

Defrosting
The moisture in the air can cause ice to the lid open. Let the ice melt and then mop
form on the evaporator, which reduces the and dry up the water thoroughly. Clean
refrigerating capacity. Defrost in good time with a cloth with lukewarm water and ordi-
by taking out all food and putting it another nary washing-up liquid, and it is ready to
refrigerator or freezer space so that it keeps be used.
cold. Switch off the refrigerator box. Keep

Interior lighting
The refrigerator box has interior lighting freeing the entire lighting fitting, by turning
which lights up automatically when the lid forwards/downwards. The light bulb is of
is opened. The light bulb is changed by type C5W 24V SV 8.5.

Fault tracing
If the refrigerator box does not work, first action. If the fault persists, contact your
check that the voltage protector has not ac- Volvo dealer.
tivated. See Voltage protector page 3 for

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Tips on saving energy


Let warm goods cool down properly Do not keep the refrigerator/freezer
before you put them in the refrigerator space at too low a temperature
box Do not open the lid unless it is neces-
Defrost as soon as you discover an sary
amount of ice formed on the evapora- Never let the lid stay open
tor

Technical specifications
Power requirement 24V / 3A
Volume, refrigera- 14.5 litres
tor
Volume, freezer 7.5 litres
Cooling 40 C below
performance1 surrounding tem-
perature
Coolant R134a, 60 g

1 
Valid at 32 C surrounding temperature

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Operating Instructions
Refrigerator

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Safety instructions
Do not open the refrigerant circuit un- Never use a cleaning agent containing
der any circumstances polish, acid, lye or solvent
The refrigerator is not intended to be When the refrigerator is scrapped an
used for the storage of corrosive mate- expert must be consulted to recycle the
rial or solvents components
Never cover air ducts or ventilation The fast charger must only be con-
openings nected to the vehicle battery when the
Defrost in good time when ice forms refrigerator is disconnected
in the refrigerator
Never use a sharp object to remove ice
or objects which have frozen in posi-
tion

General
The refrigerator contains a cold storage which is located in the door. Normal posi-
area for storing drinks and foodstuffs which tion is five lit blue LEDs which give
require refrigeration. The temperature is ad- approximately +6C in the cold storage
justed as required using a control panel area at normal ambient temperatures.

Area of use
The refrigerator is designed to cool food- All the component materials in the cold
stuffs. If it is to be used to chill medicines storage area are approved for contact with
you must check that it meets the special re- foodstuffs. The refrigerant is Freon free
quirements for chilling medical products.

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Switch on the refrigerator


Hold the switch marked ON/OFF (1) in
for approximately 1 second. The green
LED (2) comes on and the compressor
starts. The compressor only starts if the
battery voltage exceeds 24.2 Volts. If the
battery voltage is lower the green LED (2)
will start to flash. For further information
see Voltage switch page 3.

Adjust the temperature by holding the tem- T0010488


perature selector marked TEMP (3). The
blue LEDs (4) come on one by one and
start from the beginning as long as the tem-
perature selector is held depressed. Select
the temperature by releasing the tempera-
ture switch when the correct number of
LEDs are lit. The more blue diodes that are
lit, the lower the temperature in the refrig-
erator. Normal position is five lit blue
LEDs which give approximately +6C in
the cold storage area at normal ambient
temperatures.

Switch off the refrigerator


Hold the switch marked ON/OFF in for
approximately 1 second. The green LED
goes out and the compressor stops. The re-
frigerator must be carefully cleaned if it is
not to be used for some time. See
Cleaning page 3. After cleaning the door
must be left wide open for at least 24 hours
so that all the moisture dries out and no
bad odours occur.

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Voltage switch
If the voltage is too low the compressor 24.2 V. If the green LED flashes despite the
switches off automatically to prevent deep voltage being normal it means that the volt-
discharging of the battery. If the battery age has previously been too low. In this
voltage is, or has been, too low the green case start the vehicle engine to create a
LED on the control panel flashes and the voltage peak which will automatically reset
compressor does not start. The voltage the voltage trip switch.
switch trips at 22.8 V and restarts at

Tilting the cab


The refrigerator must be emptied of all
contents and switched off before the cab is
tilted

Cleaning
Clean the refrigerator using a cloth with gaskets or the switch. Dry off using a dry
warm water and normal washing up deter- cloth. Clean the refrigerator inside and out
gent. Ensure that no water penetrates the regularly or as soon as it becomes dirty.

Defrosting
Moisture in the air can cause ice formation water runs down the drainage hole which is
on the walls of the refrigerator which furthest in, in the centre of the refrigerator.
causes the cooling effect to deteriorate. De- Check that the drainage hole is not
frost in good time. Remove all foodstuffs blocked. Then wipe up the remainder of the
and place them in another refrigerated envi- water. Clean using a cloth, warm water and
ronment so that they remain cold. Switch normal washing up detergent. The refriger-
off the refrigerator. Allow the door to stand ator is now ready for use.
open. When the ice melts most of the melt

Interior lighting
The refrigerator has interior lighting which the whole lighting unit by twisting to the
lights up automatically when the door is left. The bulb type is C5W 24V SV 8.5.
opened. The bulb is replaced by removing

Fault-tracing
If the refrigerator does not function first corrective action. If the fault remains con-
check that the voltage switch has not tact your Volvo dealer.
tripped. See Voltage switch page 3 for

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Energy conservation tips


Allow warm items to cool thoroughly Do not open the door more than nec-
before putting them in the refrigerator essary
Defrost as soon as ice begins to form Never leave the door open
on the walls of the refrigerator
Do not keep the temperature of the
cold storage area lower than necessary

Technical specifications
Power require- 24V / 3A
ments
Volume 25 litres
Cooling perfor- 40C below ambi-
mance ent temperature1
Refrigerant R134a, 60 g

1
Applies at 32 ambient temperature

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Operating Instructions
Ladder

T8008441

T8008440

Warning! Never climb the ladder Important! Fix the ladder securely.
when it is installed on the cab.

FM, FH, Tab 2


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Operating Instructions
Side underrun protection

T0010430

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Fold out the side underrun protection


1 Pull up the pins
2 Fold out the side underrun protection

Note! Do not pull the side skirt

T0010429

Remove the side underrun protection


1 Fold out the side underrun protection
2 Remove the light if mounted in the
side skirt
3 Undo the cable holding the side under-
run protection
4 Pull the side underrun protection
straight up

Note! If the vehicle is to be driven without


side underrun protection, also remove the
rear bracket.

T0010431

Fit the side underrun protection


Check that:
the protection goes down properly into
its lower groove
the cables are in place
the lock pins go down properly into
the holes

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Operating Instructions
Spare wheel

T0010204

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1

Lower the wheel


First check that the tensioning band

is mounted
is complete, including the seam
has a knot in the roll
is properly coiled on the roll
Tighten the band if necessary.

T0010180

Stand outside the wheels radius

Loosen all four nuts.


A sleeve for loosening the nuts and a crank
for lowering the wheel are in the vehicles
tool equipment.

T0010182

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Lift up the wheel


First check that the tensioning band

is mounted
is complete, including the seam
has a knot in the roll
is properly coiled on the roll
Tighten the band if necessary.

T0010181

If the vehicle has a side underrun guard or


chassis fairing, use the inner hole (A) on
the holder.

Lay the wheel straight under the holder. Do


not pull it in with the winch.

Tighten all four nuts by 400 Nm.


A crank for lifting up the wheel, and sleeve
for tightening the nuts are in the vehicles
tool equipment.

T0010183

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Volvo Truck Corporation
Gteborg, Sweden

20 159590 English .01.2002 Printed in Sweden

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Operating Instructions
Central lubrication
FM, FH

T9007781

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Central lubrication 1

Central lubrication
The central lubrication system automati- The lubrication is carried out while driving
cally performs the lubrication that is with an interval of 9 hours. If the vehicle
otherwise carried out at the vehicle service. has been stationary more than 48 hours the
The advantages of this is that you get a lubrication is activated when the vehicle is
more even lubrication at all locations and started.
the service occasions are fewer.

Manual lubrication
The central lubrication system can be acti- 1 Start the engine.
vated manually with a switch under the
pumps plastic casing on the main unit. 2 Press in the switch under the plastic
casing on the central lubrication sys-
If uncertain about the function of the cen-
tems main unit.
tral lubrication system, check the central
lubrication systems fuse and do the lubri-
cation manually. 3 The pump motor should be then active
for approx. 2 minutes.

Filling up of lubricant
Important! It is extremely important that Filling up is carried out via the nipple, un-
the right equipment and the correct grease der of the pump plastic casing on the
quality are used when filling so that dirt central unit, with the tool intended for this.
does not get into the system.

Filling interval ..................... every six months or when the level of the grease
has decreased to the MIN marking
Consistency of the grease1 .. NLGI 00 or NLGI 000
System volume
Tractor ........................... approx. 2.7 kg
Other ............................. approx. 6 kg

1
For more detailed information concerning approved grease types contact an authorised Volvo dealer.

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Gteborg, Sweden

20 144662 English .05.2001 Printed in Sweden

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Operating InstructionsTM
Particulate filter CRT

Important! This vehicle is equipped with a particulate filter which requires that a fuel with
a low sulphur content (less than 50 ppm = 0.005% sulphur) is used. Use of fuel with a
higher sulphur content or mixing in other fuel can destroy the particulate filter in a short time.

Normally it is not necessary to take into consideration the fact that the vehicle has a particu-
late filter. Long periods of driving (several hours) with a low engine load or long periods of
idling can, however, cause problems in that the soot in the filter does not burn due to low ex-
haust temperature.

The particulate filter greatly reduces the emission of particulates (PM), hydrocarbons (HC)
and carbon monoxide (CO).

A proportion of the nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the exhaust gases from the engine are converted
in the catalytic converter to nitrogen dioxide (NO2), which helps to burn the soot particulates
which are caught by the filter. The total content of NOx remains unchanged, but the propor-
tion of NO2 increases.

NO2 can, in moderate concentrations, irritate the respiratory passages and aggravate asthma.
However, the particulate filter does contribute to a considerably improved environment on ac-
count of its capacity to considerably reduce the quantity of particulates, hydrocarbons and
carbon monoxide.

Important! The fact that the vehicle is equipped with a particulate filter does not mean that
it can be used in some other way than a vehicle without a particulate filter. The exhaust gases
are still not healthy to breathe in, i.e., make sure that there is ventilation when the vehicle is
idling. An exhaust extractor hose must be connected to the exhaust opening if the engine is
to be driven in an enclosed space.

Important! With each oil change the filter insert should be taken out, cleaned and turned.
Contact a Volvo workshop for service.

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Gteborg, Sweden

20 169514 English .02.2002 Printed in Sweden

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