Chevrolet 2023 Low Cab Forward 5.2L Diesel Engine 4500 HD/XD/5500 HD/XD Series User Guide
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Instrument Panel Overview (Vehicle Interior)
- Overhead Tray. See Storage Compartments 0 37.
- Sun Visor. See Sun Visors 0 22.
- Dome Lamps 0 77.
- Seat Belt. See Three-Point Seat Belt 0 29.
- Seat Back Pocket (Driver’s Side). See Storage Compartments 0 37.
- Seat. See Seat Position 0 23.
- Cupholders 0 39.
- Parking Brake Lever. See Parking Brake 0 182.
- Selector Lever 0 177.
- Fully Adjustable Steering. See Steering Wheel Adjustment 0 46.
Instrument Panel Overview (Driver Side)
- Instrument Panel Light Level Control. See Instrument Panel Illumination Control 0 77.
- Power Take Off (PTO) Main Switch. See Power Take-Off (PTO) 0 234.
- Power Take Off (PTO) Engine Speed Control Switch. See Power Take-Off (PTO) 0 234.
- Rear Body Interior Light Switch. See Cargo Lamp 0 77.
- Instruments, Warning Lights and Indicator Lights. See Instrument Cluster 0 50.
- Horn Button. See Horn 0 46.
- Electronic Stability Control Off Switch. See Traction Control/Electronic Stability Control 0 184. Following Distance Switch. See Adaptive Cruise Control 0 195.
Automatic Emergency Braking Off Switch. See Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) 0 209.
- Outside Rearview Mirror Heater Switch. See Heated Mirrors 0 20.
- Cruise Control Main Switch. See Cruise Control 0 189.
- Hazard Warning Flasher Switch. See Hazard Warning Flashers 0 75.
- Rear Power Window Switch. See Power Windows 0 20.
- Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Switch. See Diesel Particulate Filter 0 148.
- Odometer Check Switch. See Odometer 0 51. Engine Oil Level Check Switch. See Engine Oil 0 242.
- Door Lock Switch. See Power Door Locks 0 18.
Keys and Locks
If the key is unintentionally rotated while the vehicle is running, the ignition could be moved out of the ON position. This could be caused by heavy items hanging from the key ring, or by large or long items attached to the key ring that could be contacted by the driver or steering wheel. If the ignition moves out of the ON position, the engine will shut off, braking and steering power assist may be impacted, and airbags may not deploy. To reduce the risk of unintentional rotation of the ignition key, do not change the way the ignition key and Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) transmitter if equipped, are connected to the provided key rings.
The ignition key and key rings, and RKE transmitter, if equipped, are designed to work together as a system to reduce the risk of unintentionally moving the key out of the ON position. The ignition key has a small hole to allow attachment of the provided key ring. It is important that any replacement ignition keys have a small hole. See your dealer if a replacement key is required.
The combination and size of the rings that came with your keys were specifically selected for your vehicle. The rings are connected to the key like two links of a chain to reduce the risk of unintentionally moving the key out of the ON position. Do not add any additional items to the ring attached to the ignition key. Attach additional items only to the second ring, and limit added items to a few essential keys or small, light items no larger than an RKE transmitter.
Press the unlock button (2) of the remote control unit for 1 second or longer. The vehicle’s keyless entry system causes the right and left turn signal lights to simultaneously flash twice upon receiving the signals from the remote control unit.
Press the lock button (1) of the remote control unit for 1 second or longer. The vehicle’s keyless entry system causes the right and left turn signal lights to simultaneously flash once upon receiving the signals from the remote control unit. Should you lose the remote control unit, please contact your dealer. After locking the doors using the remote control unit, be sure to check that they are locked by pulling the door handles. Avoid getting water on the remote control unit, dropping it, hitting it against another object, or stepping on it; otherwise, the remote control unit could malfunction. Do not leave the remote control unit on the dashboard or any other surface where the unit might be exposed to high temperatures (exceeding 60°C/140°F). Doing so may result in shorter battery life or malfunction of the remote control unit. If the keyless entry system fails to operate normally, lock and unlock the doors using the key and have the system inspected by your dealer. The lock or unlock buttons on the remote control unit must be fully pressed for more than 1 second to work.
Replacing the Battery in the Remote Control Unit
When the battery runs down, replace it. Battery life is approximately two years.
- Battery Cover
- Remote Control Cover Notch
- Remote Control Unit Cover
- Remote Control Unit
Please comply with the collection system available in your country for the disposal of old batteries. In addition, take special care to prevent any danger to children. When changing the battery, use only the battery of the same type as the original battery, or an equivalent. Otherwise, there is a risk of explosion. Do not place the battery in direct sunlight, or near a fire or other sources of heat. Be sure to install the battery with the “+” and “-” sides correctly oriented. Incorrect installation will result in leakage of chemicals from inside the battery or other operational problems.
Getting In and Out of the Vehicle
When getting in or out of the vehicle, make sure you use the step and grips to support yourself at 3 points. It is very dangerous to stand on the tire or wheel when getting in or out of the vehicle. Furthermore, do not try to jump in or out of the vehicle, as doing so could cause unexpected accidents or injuries. Getting in or out of the vehicle with oily or greasy hands or shoes could cause you to slip. Always thoroughly clean grease, etc. from your hands and shoes before getting in or out of the vehicle. Rain and snow can cause the step to become very slippery. Therefore, always remove snow and ice from your shoes and the step, and be careful not to slip when getting in and out of the vehicle. Exercise caution when opening or closing doors, as strong winds or steep slopes may cause doors to open or close suddenly. Do not hold parts other than the grip when getting in or out of the vehicle. Doing so may cause damage to the vehicle or injuries to yourself or others. You and others could be seriously injured.
To protect the child from the danger of getting his/her hands and head trapped, an adult must open, close and lock the door for the child.
Be careful that the child does not interfere with the power window switches and get his/her hands or head trapped in the window. While a child is in the cab, be sure to control the power windows using the power window switches beside the driver’s seat. You and others could be seriously injured.
Chevrolet 2023 Low Cab Forward 5.2L Diesel Engine 4500 HD/XD/5500 HD/XD Series Top Accessories
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