LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Automobile 911 user manual

User manual for the device LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Automobile 911

Device: LG Electronics LG - Life's Good Automobile 911
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Date of adding : 2014-11-16 17:48:47
Number of pages: 310
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®
911 Carrera
Owner’s Manual

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WKD 997 021 10 5/09 Orientation guides in the Owner’s Manual © Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG The orientation guides in the Owner’s Manual are Porsche, the Porsche crest, 911, Carrera, Targa, highlighted in yellow. PCCB, PCM, PDK, PSM and Tequipment are regis- tered trademarks and the distinctive shapes of Overall Table of Contents Porsche automobiles are trademarks of Dr. Ing. h.c. F. Porsche AG. At the start of the Owner’s Manual you will find an overview of the overall contents of the Own

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A separate Maintenance Booklet explains how Warning! Dear Owner, you can keep your Porsche in top driving condition Any alteration or misuse of the vehicle can We would like to thank you for your purchase of a by having it serviced regularly. lead to accidents and severe or fatal Porsche Sports car. A separate Warranty and Customer Informa- personal injuries. tion Booklet contains detailed information about Judging by the car you have chosen, you are a mo- Any alteration of the vehicle

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Regularly check your vehicle for signs of Warning! Note to owners damage. For your own protection and longer service life of In Canada, this manual is also available in French. Damaged or missing aerodynamic compo- your car, please follow all operating instructions To obtain a copy contact your dealer or write to: nents such as spoilers or underside panels and special warnings. These special warnings use affect the driving behavior and therefore the safety alert symbol, followed by the

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– The driver’s skill level must be commensurate Sport tires Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake with the vehicle performance levels in the up- (PCCB) Sport tires (ultra high performance tires) are ap- per range limits, due to increased safety risks proved for use on public highways and comply in the upper range limits. f Please see the chapter “BRAKES” on Page 58. with all statutory requirements and safety criteria. f At oudside temperatures below 45 °F (7 °C) The high-performance brake system

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California Proposition 65 Warning Setting and operating vehicle Ground Clearance components when driving Warning! Caution! Warning! Engine exhaust, some of its constituents, and cer- Risk of damage. The vehicle may touch the tain vehicle components contain or emit chemi- ground as a result of reduced ground clear- There is a danger of accident if you set or op- cals known to the State of California to cause can- ance. erate the on-board computer, radio, naviga- cer and birth defects or othe

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Table of Contents Sport tires..................................................... 4 LATCH System Storage in the Passenger Compartment ....... 91 Porsche Ceramic Composite Brake (PCCB)...... 4 Child seat bracket on the passenger’s seat .... 54 Luggage Compartment Lid and Setting and operating vehicle components Child Restraint Anchorages........................... 55 Engine Compartment Lid ............................. 93 when driving.................................................. 5 Rollover

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Speedometer ............................................ 118 Lifting the Vehicle with a Lifting Platform or Maintenance, Car Care ................... 205 Changing over between Miles / Kilometers .. 118 Garage Lift ............................................... 254 Exercise Extreme Caution when Working Tachometer............................................... 119 Spacers 911 Carrera, 911 Carrera S ......... 255 on your Vehicle .......................................... 206 Turn Signal Indicato

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f If a child will be riding in the vehicle, check Dear Porsche Owner Before driving off... child seat/child seat restraint system to ensure A lot has gone into the manufacture of your that restraints are properly adjusted. Check the following items first Porsche, including advanced engineering, rigid f Child restraint systems will not fit into the quality control and demanding inspections. f Turn the engine off before you attempt any Sports bucket seat. These engineering and safety featu

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f When parked, always set the parking brake. In the driver’s seat... On the road... Move the PDK selector lever to ”P“ or the gear- f Check operation of the horn. f Never drive after you have consumed alcohol shift lever to reverse or first gear. or drugs. On hills also turn the front wheels toward the f Position seat for easy reach of foot pedals and curb. controls. f Always have your safety belt fastened. To reduce the possibility of injury from the f When emergency repairs become nec

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f Do not participate in motor racing events, Engine oil and fuel consumption Break in hints for the first sports driving schools, etc. during the first 2,000 miles/3,000 kilometers During the break-in period oil and fuel consump- 2,000 miles/3,000 kilometers. tion may be higher than normal. The following tips will be helpful in obtaining opti- There may be a slight stiffness in the steering, mum performance from your new Porsche. gear-shifting or other controls during the break-in As alw

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1 Inner door handle, Page 18 2 Power windows, Page 25 3 Door mirror control, Page 27 4 Hands-free microphone 5 Diagnostic socket (OBD) 6 Front and rear lid release, Page 93 7 Steering-wheel adjustment, Page 37 8 Seat height adjustment, Page 30 9 Backrest angle adjustment, Page 30 10 Seat fore-and-aft adjustment, Page 30 Before driving off... 11

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1 Light switch, Page 80 2 Ignition/starter switch, Page 74 3 Turn signal/headlight dimmer, flasher lever, Page 82 4 Operating lever for on-board computer, Page 128 5Horn 6 Operating lever for automatic speed control, Page 86 7 Wiper/washer lever, rear window wiper, Page 83 8 Stopwatch, Page 138 9 Interior temperature sensor 10 Emergency flasher switch, Page 79 11 Central locking button, readiness display for alarm system, Page 19 12 Cupholder, Page 88 13 Seat heating/Seat ventilation left/ri

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Operation, Safety Keys ........................................................... 15 Porsche Stability Management (PSM)............. 66 Fire Extinguisher ........................................ 102 Security Wheel Bolts .................................... 15 Porsche Active Suspension Management HomeLink.................................................. 103 Doors ......................................................... 18 (PASM) ........................................................ 69 Centr

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Warning! To protect your vehicle and your possessions Never invite car theft! from theft, you should always proceed as Risk of a serious accident. An unlocked car with the key in the ignition lock follows when leaving your vehicle: The steering column will lock when you re- invites car theft. f Close windows. move the key while you are driving or as the A steering wheel lock and a gong alarm are car is rolling to a stop. You will not be able to f Close lifting/sliding roof standard equ

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Replacement keys Immobilizer Keys f Please see the chapter “ALARM SYSTEM, PAS- Replacement car keys can be obtained only from There is a transponder (an electronic component) SENGER COMPARTMENT MONITORING” on your authorized Porsche dealer, and this can in the key grip, containing a stored code. Page 23. sometimes be very time-consuming. When the ignition is switched on, the ignition lock You should therefore always keep a spare key on checks the code. f Please see the chapter “CENTRAL LOC

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Unlocking luggage compartment lid or Key with Radio Remote Control glass rear hatch (Targa) Unlocking the vehicle f Luggage compartment lid: Press button 2 for approx. two seconds. f Press button 1. f Glass rear hatch (Targa): Press button 3 for approx. two seconds. Locking the vehicle If the vehicle was locked, it is unlocked simultane- f Press button 1. ously with the luggage compartment/glass rear hatch (Targa). Switching off the alarm system if it is In vehicles with seat memory the

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The remote-control standby function Operational readiness of the remote switches off after 7 days control interrupted If the vehicle is not started or unlocked with the re- Encoded data is transmitted to the vehicle each mote control within 7 days, the remote control time the wireless remote control is operated. If the standby function is switched off (to prevent dis- remote control is operated too often outside the charging of the vehicle battery). range of the vehicle, this can result in t

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Door storage tray Opening storage tray f Open the cover C. Keep the door storage tray C closed while driving for safety reasons. Opening unlocked doors from inside Doors If the door windows are closed, they will be auto- f Slowly pull door handle B. matically opened by a few millimeters when the doors are opened and, when the doors are closed, Opening locked doors from inside they will be closed again. This makes it easier to open and close the doors and protects the seals. f Slowly pull


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