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Fuse specification chart. 161 Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing.

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Vehicle storage. 203 Transit Connect (tst)

7: Table Of Contents

Errors and excepted. Ford Motor 2012 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st

Page 8: Introduction

Introduction THIS MANUAL Thank you for Ford. We recommend that you some time to get to know vehicle by reading this The more that you know it, the greater the safety and pleasure you get from driving it.

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rear Interior Jack luggage compartment release Low tire Maintain control correct fluid warning Panic alarm Parking aid system brake system Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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In order to properly diagnose and your vehicle, Ford Company, Ford of Canada, and and repair facilities may.

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EDR. Ford Motor and Ford of Canada do not access data recorder.

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If you do not Ford or its vendors to receive information, do not activate the service. Motor Company and the vendors it to provide you with this do not store your vehicle information.

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Introduction CREDIT (U.S. ONLY) Credit offers a full of financing and lease plans to you acquire your vehicle. If you financed or leased your through Ford Credit, you for your business.

For your we offer a number of ways to us, as well as help manage account.

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Your is not equipped with a snowplowing Using your vehicle as an Do not use this vehicle as an ambulance. vehicle is not equipped with the Ambulance Preparation Package.

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Driving while distracted can in loss of vehicle control, and injury. Ford strongly that you use extreme caution using any device or feature may take your focus off the Your primary responsibility is the operation of your vehicle.

16: Child Safety

NHTSA and safety organizations, or are the minimum of law. Ford recommends with a NHTSA Certified Passenger Safety Technician and consulting your pediatrician to sure your child is appropriate for your child, and is with and properly installed in the

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Accident statistics that children are safer properly restrained in the rear positions than in a front position. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 18: Child Child Seat Positioning

Never let a passenger hold a on his or her lap while the vehicle is moving. The cannot protect the child injury in a collision, which may in serious injury or death. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Rear fac- Up to ing child 48 lb (21 kg) Forward Up to facing 48 lb child (21 kg) Forward Over facing 48 lb seat (21 kg) 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 20: Booster

#x2022; Is the shoulder belt on the shoulder and chest? #x2022; Can the stay seated like for the whole trip? Always use seats in conjunction with the lap/shoulder belt. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The also show how the lap belt be low and snug across the child#x2019;s 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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If you must use a forward-facing seat in the front seat, the seat all the way back. WARNING: 12 and under should be properly in the rear seat whenever 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Note: Although the seat illustrated is a forward-facing seat, the steps are the same for a rear-facing child seat. 1. the child safety seat in a with a combination lap and shoulder 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Make sure the is latched securely by pulling on it. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Sometimes, a slight lean the buckle will additionally to remove remaining slack the belt. 9. Attach the tether (if the child seat is equipped). See Tether Straps later in chapter. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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There be no more than 1 inch centimeters) of movement for proper Ford recommends checking a NHTSA Certified Child Safety Technician (CPST) to certain the child restraint is installed.

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Follow the on attaching child safety with tether straps. to Using Tether Straps in this chapter. Attach lower attachments of the child only to the anchors shown. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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When used in combination, the safety belt or the LATCH anchors may be attached first, a proper installation is achieved. the tether strap afterward, if with the child seat. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The rear seating positions of vehicle are equipped with tether strap anchors behind the seats on the d-pillar in the area as described below. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Front passenger seating The tether can be attached directly to the of the front seat. 1. Route the strap under the head and between the head restraint 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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1. Route the tether under the head restraint and the head restraint posts. 2. the anchor for the center seating 3. Clip the tether strap to the as shown. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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3. Clip the strap to the anchor as shown. If the strap is clipped incorrectly, the safety seat may not be retained in the event of a collision. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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If the seat is not anchored properly, the of a child being injured in a greatly increases. If your restraint system is equipped a tether strap, and the child manufacturer recommends its use, also recommends its use. SAFETY LOCKS When locks are set, the rear cannot be opened from the

Page 34: Safety Belts

3) use a single belt for more one person. WARNING: When all children 12 years old and under be properly restrained in a rear position. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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In frontal the safety belt pretensioners can be alone or, if the collision is of sufficient together with the front 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 36: Fastening The Safety

2. To unfasten, press the release and remove the tongue from the When in use, the rear belts should be placed in the guides on the outboard seatbacks. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Failure to replace the belt and assembly could increase the of injury in collisions. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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the belt to retract. As the belt you will hear a clicking This indicates the safety is now in the automatic locking mode. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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To adjust the belt upward, the adjuster up. You do not need to push the to slide the adjuster upwards. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

40: Safety Belt Warning And Indicator Chime, Safety

If the Belt-Minder warnings have (warnings for approximately five for one occupant (driver or front the other occupant can still the Belt-Minder feature. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The Belt-Minder feature can be and activated by performing the following Before following the procedure, sure that: #x2022; The brake is set. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 42: Restraint And Safety Belt

Read the child restraint instructions for additional inspection and information specific to the child Ford Motor Company that all safety belt in use in vehicles involved in a collision be However, if the collision was minor and an dealer finds that the do not show damage and continue to properly, they do not need to be

Page 43: Personal Safety

During a crash, the restraints module may activate the safety pretensioners and/or either one or stages of the dual-stage airbag restraints based on crash and occupant conditions. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 44: Restraints System

WARNING: If the has deployed, the airbag will not again and must be replaced If the airbag is not replaced, the unrepaired will increase the risk of in a collision. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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The horn and will turn off when: the hazard control button is #x2022; the panic button is on the remote entry transmitter, or the vehicle runs out of power. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

46: Driver And Passenger Airbags

(25 cm) an occupant#x2019;s chest and the driver module. To properly position away from the airbag: Move your seat to the as far as you can while still reaching the comfortably. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 47: Front Sensing System

Always sit against your seatback, your feet on the floor. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The front passenger sensing is designed to enable (may the front passenger#x2019;s frontal anytime the system senses a person of adult size is properly in the front passenger 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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If the airbag readiness is lit, do the following: The driver and passengers should check for any that may be lodged underneath the passenger seat or cargo with the seat. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 50: Airbags

If it is necessary to modify an front airbag system to a person with disabilities, the Ford Customer Relationship at the phone number shown in the Assistance section of this Manual.

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Side Technical Working Group. recommended testing procedures reduce the risk of injuries to the deployment of side airbags. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

52: Crash Sensors And Airbag

If any of these things happen, intermittently, have the supplemental system serviced at an authorized immediately. Unless serviced, the may not function properly in the event of a 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 53: Airbag Disposal

DISPOSAL Contact your dealer as soon as possible. MUST BE disposed of by qualified 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 54: Keys And Remote General Information On Radio

You can lock and unlock the doors the key. Note: Make your vehicle is locked leaving it unattended. Note: If you are in the remote control will if you press any button unintentionally. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

55: Remote Control, Keys

Keyhead Transmitter (IKT) 1. insert a flat object a screwdriver) into the recess on the of the key and remove the key blade. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 56: A Lost Key Or Remote Control

dealer can program the transmitters to vehicle or you may be able to program yourself. Refer to the Security for information on programming your 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 57: Locks, Locking And

Make sure that the doors are closed and latched driving your vehicle. cargo doors may cause to fall out. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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they have been on with the dome lamp or #x2022; any door is open. REAR DOORS Open the hand door first either the outside (A) or inside (B) the 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Note: The dual doors should be closed driving your vehicle. the doors open could serious damage to them and components. The left door be closed first. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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THE SLIDING DOOR Note: The sliding door is inhibited opening fully when the filler flap is unlocked and 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 61: Security, Securilock Anti-theft System

Security PASSIVE ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM (IF Note: The system is not compatible non-Ford aftermarket remote systems. Use of these systems may in vehicle starting problems and a of security protection. Note: objects, electronic devices or a coded key on the same key chain may vehicle starting issues if are too close to the key when starting the

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6. Turn the ignition off on. Keep the ignition on for at least one but not more than 10 seconds. 7. the ignition off. 8. Remove the programmed coded key from the 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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If failure repeats, your vehicle to your dealer to have the new key programmed. To an additional new unprogrammed key, this procedure from 1 for each additional key. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

64: Steering Wheel, Adjusting The Wheel

Note: Make that you are sitting in the correct Refer to Sitting In the Correct in the Seats chapter. 1. Unlock the column.

2. Adjust the steering to the desired position. 3. Lock the column. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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#x2022; the next or previous track. and hold the seek button to: tune the radio to the next up or down the frequency band seek through a track. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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VOICE CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED) A. recognition B. Receive a call C. End a Refer to the SYNC chapter. CONTROL (IF EQUIPPED) Refer to the Control chapter. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 67: And Washers, Windshield Wipers, Washers

Use the rotary control to the intermittent wipe interval. WASHERS Note: Do not operate the when the washer reservoir is This may cause the washer to overheat. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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When you into R (Reverse), the rear will switch on to intermittent if the wipers are activated. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 69: Headlamps

#x2022; Pull the fully again to switch the beams off. Headlamp Pull toward you slightly to and release to deactivate. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 70: Fog Lamps

Pull the headlamp towards you until you feel the detent to turn the front fog on. The front fog lamp indicator will illuminate. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 71: Indicators

Push the lever up or to use the direction indicators. Note: Tap the up or down to make the direction flash three times to a lane change. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 72: Lamps

The approach lamps turn on and off automatically when you and close the doors. If you unlock the with the remote control, will come on. They turn off automatically after a period of time. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 73: And Mirrors, Power Windows

the switch to open the window. the switch to close the window. Down (If Equipped) Press the fully and release it. Press or it again to stop the window. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 74: Exterior Mirrors

over your shoulder to traffic is clear, and carefully lanes. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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This you move the mirror head up or and from side to side. the tab below the mirror toward you to glare at night. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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SUN Rotate the visor toward the window and extend it rearward for sunlight coverage. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 77: Cluster, Gauges

Stop the switch the ignition off and determine the once the engine has cooled Note: Do not restart the engine the cause of overheating has been 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 78: Warning Lamps And

If it illuminates when you are driving, indicates a malfunction. You will to have the normal braking (without ABS) unless the warning lamp is also Have the system checked by authorized dealer. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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when the left or right signal or the hazard warning is turned on. If the indicators stay on or faster, check for a burned out 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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It will flash you use the headlamp flasher. Low Fuel It will illuminate when the level is low or near empty. as soon as possible. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Lamps It will illuminate you switch the parking lamps on. Malfunction Illuminates when a fault has been detected. your authorized dealer as as possible. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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If it remains or does not illuminate when you the ignition on, this indicates a During a malfunction the system switch off. Have the checked by your authorized 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 83: Audible Warnings And

Door Ajar Warning The door ajar reminder informs the driver that one or doors are open while the is in the run position. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 84: Information Trip Computer

Registers the accumulated distance for the lifetime of the This value cannot be Resetting the Trip Computer and hold button (4) until the odometer resets. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 85: System

(12 cm) audio compact only. Due to technical incompatibility, recordable and re-recordable compact may not function correctly when in Ford CD players. Note: CDs homemade paper (adhesive) should not be inserted into the CD as the label may peel and cause the CD to jammed.

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(all files are played, regardless of in a specific folder). In folder the system only plays the files in the current folder. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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AUDIO WARNING: Driving distracted can result in loss of control, accident and injury. strongly recommends that you use caution when using any or feature that may take focus off the road. Your responsibility is the safe operation of the

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AM/FM/CD WITH WARNING: Driving while can result in loss of vehicle accident and injury. Ford recommends that you use extreme when using any device or that may take your off the road. Your primary is the safe operation of the vehicle.

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#x2022; In radio and CD/MP3 press and hold to hear a sampling of radio stations, CD or MP3 files. #x2022; In CD/MP3 press and release to display title, artist name and title. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 90: Auxiliary Jack

AUXILIARY INPUT WARNING: Driving while can result in loss of vehicle accident and injury. Ford recommends that you use extreme when using any device or that may take your off the road. Your primary is the safe operation of the vehicle.

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AUX and FM or CD controls (if equipped with a CD or switching back and forth IN and FM (if not equipped with a CD player). Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

92: Usb Port

USB PORT (IF EQUIPPED) Driving while distracted can in loss of vehicle control, and injury. Ford strongly that you use extreme caution using any device or feature may take your focus off the Your primary responsibility is the operation of the vehicle.

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C. Fan control: Controls the volume of air in your vehicle. Adjust to the desired fan speed or switch If you switch the fan off, the windshield may fog up. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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(O). In order to supply or cool air to the auxiliary climate set the front airflow distribution to instrument panel/footwell, footwell or 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Note: To reduce of the windshield during humid adjust the air distribution control to the air vents position. Increase the and fan speed to improve clearing if 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Apply the parking Move the transmission selector to position P. Adjust the temperature to the MAX A/C position. Adjust the fan speed to the speed setting. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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may cause damage to the heated lines and will not be covered by warranty. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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To switch it on or push the button. The heated turns off automatically after a amount of time, if a low battery is detected or when the engine is off. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 99: Seats, In The Correct Position

#x2022; your legs slightly so you can press the pedals fully. Position the shoulder strap of the belt over the center of shoulder and position the lap strap across your hips. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

100: Head Restraints

For of extremely tall stature, the head restraint to its highest Front Seat Head 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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2. Press and hold C and D. 3. Pull the head restraint up. Align the steel stems the guide sleeves and push the restraint down until it 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 102: Manual

WARNING: Rock the seat and forward after releasing the to make sure that it is engaged. Moving the Seat and Forward Adjust the Height of the Seat Recline Adjustment Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

103: Rear Seats

Place the head restraint the back of the front seat for 2. Pull down the lever on the of the seat back. 3. Push the forward. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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When the seat back(s), make the lever is locked and you hear the latch into place. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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1. Pull down on the locking 2. Fold the seat down. 3. the seatback. 4. Install all head 5. Ensure that the red indicator is in the position (lever down). Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

106: Auxiliary Power

Power points may be found: near the transmission shift #x2022; on the rear of the center (if equipped) #x2022; in the rear area (if equipped). 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Storage Compartments, Center Overhead Console

The storage above the windshield can be used for light objects such as jackets, coats, etc. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page 108: Starting And The Engine

Only use the accelerator when you have difficulty the engine. Electric vehicles For information on the Transit Connect refer to the Azure Dynamics Owner#x2019;s Guide Supplement. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing.

Page Ignition Switch

2. Move the selector lever to position P or N. 3. the engine. The engine may continue for up to 15 seconds or until it starts. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

110: Engine Block

The equipment includes a heater (installed in the engine block) and a harness. You can connect the system to a 120 volt A/C electrical source. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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It achieves maximum temperature approximately three hours of Using the heater longer three hours does not system performance and unnecessarily electricity. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 112: And Refueling

#x2022; Avoid fuel vapors. Inhaling too fuel vapor of any kind can to eye and respiratory tract irritation. In cases, excessive or prolonged of fuel vapor can cause illness and permanent injury. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

113: Fuel Quality

Do not be if your engine sometimes lightly. However, if it knocks under most driving while you are using fuel the recommended octane rating, see authorized dealer to prevent any damage. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 114: Out Of Fuel, Refueling

#x2022; the fuel pump nozzle in with the fuel container filling. #x2022; DO NOT use a device would hold the fuel handle in the fill position. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The customer warranty may be void for any to the fuel tank or fuel if the correct genuine Ford, or other certified fuel cap is not used. WARNING: The fuel may be under pressure. If the fuel cap is venting vapor or if you hear a sound, wait until it before completely removing the filler cap.

Page Fuel Consumption

4. Subtract initial odometer reading the current odometer reading. 5. fuel economy as follows: Divide miles traveled by used. Metric: Multiply used by 100, then by kilometers traveled. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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If than Ford, Motorcraft or parts are used for maintenance or for service of components affecting control, such non-Ford should be equivalent to genuine Motor Company parts in and durability.

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No additional service is required. If the service soon indicator remains on, your vehicle serviced at the available opportunity. Although malfunctions 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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If the vehicle is not ready for I/M testing, the above cycle will have to be 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 120: Transmission

the brake pedal down in this position. D (Drive) Overdrive The normal driving for the best fuel economy. operates in gears one through 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Note: 2 (Second) and 1 are not intended for use under extended or driving conditions and results in fuel economy. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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4. the parking brake, then to N (Neutral). 5. Start the vehicle. Starting the vehicle in N (Neutral) requires following the steps in the to start your vehicle 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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If your vehicle stuck in mud or snow, it may be rocked out by between forward and reverse stopping between shifts in a pattern. Press lightly on the in each gear. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Brakes, Brakes

If the ABS is disabled, braking is still effective. If the warning lamp illuminates the parking brake released, your brake system immediately. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 125: On Driving With Anti-lock Parking Brake

To release the brake, press and hold the located at the end of the parking brake Pull the handle up slightly, push the handle down. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Traction Control disabled lead to an increased risk of of vehicle control, vehicle personal injury and death. The control light temporarily on engine start-up and stays on a problem occurs in the system. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

127: Stability Control

The control system (TCS) avoid drive wheel and loss of traction. (For on TCS operation, see the Traction Control 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 128: Advancetrac

ESC and RSC of the system are disabled when the is in R (Reverse). The traction control of the system can be turned off independently. See the Control chapter. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Parking Aids, Sensing

When receiving a detection the radio volume is reduced to a level. After the warning away, the radio volume to the previous level. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Rear-view Camera System

Objects that are close to corner of the bumper or under the might not be seen on the screen due to the coverage of the camera system. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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This might not provide coverage as it usually provides in operation and some objects not be seen. In some vehicles, the may disappear once the trailer tow is engaged. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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Use the side and rear view mirror to get coverage on both sides and of the vehicle. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 133: Control

Setting a Speed 1. to the desired speed. 2. Press and SET+. 3. Take your off the accelerator pedal. The indicator appear in the instrument cluster. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Press and release RES. Cruise Control Off Note: You erase the set speed if you switch the off. Press and release OFF or the ignition off. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Driving Aids

#x2022; steering alignment A high in the road or high crosswinds may make the steering seem to If the steering wheel vibrates for: #x2022; improper balance 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 136: Carrying, Vehicle Loading

Label in order to determine the new 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Overloading or improperly your vehicle can contribute to of vehicle control and vehicle Example only: 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The GVW never exceed the GVWR. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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WARNING: Do not exceed the GVWR or the specified on the Safety Compliance Label. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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In metric the calculation would be: 635 kg — (5 x 99 kg) (5 x 13.5 kg) = 635 — 495 — = 72.5 kg. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st

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Your vehicle can more cargo and people most passenger cars. upon the type and placement of the hauling cargo and people may the center of gravity of the vehicle. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

142: Wrecker Towing

It is that your vehicle be with a wheel lift and or flatbed equipment. Do not tow with a Ford Motor Company has not a slingbelt towing procedure.

If the is towed incorrectly, or by any other vehicle damage may occur.

Page 143: Recreational

N (Neutral) or with all four (4) off the ground, such as when a car-hauling trailer. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Driving Hints, Economical

#x2022; Drive a heavily vehicle or tow a trailer. #x2022; unnecessary weight (approximately 1 mpg km/L] is lost for every 400 lb kg] of weight carried). 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Once through the water, dry the brakes by moving your slowly while applying pressure on the brake pedal. Wet do not stop the vehicle as quickly as dry 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 146: Floor

#x2022; Always make that objects cannot into the driver foot while the vehicle is moving. that are loose can become under the pedals causing a of vehicle control. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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To install floor mats, the floor mat so that the eyelet is the retention post and press to lock in. #x2022; To remove the mat, reverse the installation 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 148: Roadside Getting Roadside Assistance

ASSISTANCE Vehicles Sold in the Getting Roadside Assistance To assist you should you have a concern, Ford Motor offers a complimentary roadside program. This program is from the New Vehicle Limited

The service is available: #x2022;.

149: Hazard Warning Fuel Cut-off Switch

Ford vehicle customers who Roadside Assistance, call If you need to arrange roadside for yourself, Ford Motor will reimburse a reasonable for towing to the nearest dealership 35 miles (56 km).

To obtain information, U.S.

Page Jump-starting The Vehicle

1. Park the vehicle close to the hood of the vehicle making sure the two do not touch. Set the parking brake on vehicles and stay clear of the cooling fan and other moving 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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Ensure that the are clear of fan blades, belts, parts of both engines, or any delivery system parts. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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After the disabled vehicle has started and the jumper cables allow it to idle for several so the engine computer can relearn its conditions. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 153: Assistance

A reasonable time be allowed to perform a repair taking your vehicle to the dealer. Repairs will be using Ford or Motorcraft or remanufactured or other parts are authorized by Ford.

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The name of the authorized dealer and where located #x2022; The current odometer reading In states, you must directly Ford in writing before remedies under your warranty laws. Ford is allowed a final repair in some states.

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Civil Code Section or the Magnuson-Moss Warranty Act, to BBB AUTO LINE is not required by statutes. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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THE BETTER BUREAU (BBB) AUTO PROGRAM (U.S. ONLY) satisfaction is important to Ford Company and to your dealer. If a concern has not been resolved the three-step procedure outlined in this chapter in the Getting the you need section, you may be eligible to in the BBB AUTO LINE program.

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ONLY) For vehicles delivered to Canadian dealers. In those where you continue to feel the efforts by Ford of Canada and the dealer to resolve a factory-related service concern have unsatisfactory, Ford of Canada in an impartial third party program administered by the Canadian Vehicle Arbitration Plan

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Telephone: (313) For customers in Guam, the Commonwealth of the Mariana Islands (CNMI), Samoa, and the U.S. Virgin please feel free to our Toll-Free Number: (800) (3673). FAX: (313) Email: expcac@ford.com If your must be serviced while you are or living in Puerto Rico, the nearest authorized dealer.

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If you buy your vehicle in North and then relocate to any of the above register your vehicle number (VIN) and new address Ford Motor Company Operations Global Growth by emailing expcac@ford.com. If you are in another country, contact the nearest dealer.

Page 160: Safety Defects (u.s. Reporting Safety Defects Only)

However, NHTSA become involved in individual between you, your or Ford Motor Company. To NHTSA, you may call the Vehicle Hotline toll-free at 1#x2013;888#x2013;327#x2013;4236 1#x2013;800#x2013;424#x2013;9153);.

Page 161: Changing A Fuse

Fuses A FUSE Electric vehicles For information on the Transit Connect refer to the Azure Dynamics Owner#x2019;s Guide Supplement. If electrical components in the vehicle are not a fuse may have blown. fuses are identified by a broken within the fuse.

Ford Transit Connect Electric

Page Fuse Specification Chart

To remove the power distribution box the battery negative cable needs to be removed first. up on the clip to detach it from the tray. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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Passenger fuse panel II 25A** vehicle #x2013; Rear signal, Battery supply Ignition overload, Passenger fuse panel 30A** brake system / Roll control pump motor Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Electronic vapor canister valve, Heated oxygen Floor shifter, Transmission sensor #x2014; Not used Powertrain control module power 1 15A* Auxiliary Coil on plugs 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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fan diode #x2014; Fuel relay diode #x2014; shifter diode 30A* lock relay #x2014; vehicle #x2013; Left turn signal relay fuse **Cartridge fuse Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Not used #x2014; Not used Headlamps, Low beam interrupt #x2014; Front fog lamp relay #x2014; Rear defroster relay #x2014; blower relay #x2014; lamps relay 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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fog lamps 7.5A Recirculation, cluster Ignition supply/Battery (modified vehicle) #x2014; Not Radio, Bluetooth /Voice module 7.5A A/C switch, aid module 7.5A Interior Battery saver 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Not Right rear turn (modified vehicle) Left turn signal (modified Rear power point, center console power (modified vehicle) 7.5A park lamps/tail lamps Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Rear window defroster Instrument cluster, Passive system, Accelerator pedal Tire pressure monitoring Rearview camera Front and window washer #x2014; Not #x2014; Not used 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page General Information

GENERAL Have your vehicle regularly to help maintain its and resale value. There is a network of Ford authorized that are there to help you their professional servicing We believe that their trained technicians are best to service your vehicle and expertly.

Page 171: And Closing The Hood

Maintenance vehicles For specific information on the Connect Electric, refer to the Dynamics TC-E Owner#x2019;s Supplement. OPENING AND CLOSING THE 1. Lift and swivel the front to the left. 2. Insert the key and turn it to the to release the primary latch.

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Maintenance 7. Lift the hood and it with the prop rod. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

173: Under Hood

D. Battery E. Power distribution box F. washer fluid reservoir G. Air assembly H. Automatic transmission dipstick I. Engine oil dipstick J. steering fluid reservoir Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

174: Engine Oil Dipstick, Oil Check

International Lubricants Advisory Council (ILSAC), of U.S. and Japanese automobile 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 175: Engine Check

ENGINE COOLANT Electric vehicles For specific on the Transit Connect Electric, to the Azure Dynamics TC-E Guide Supplement. Checking the Coolant When the engine is check the concentration and level of the coolant at the intervals listed in the Maintenance Information.

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Premium Cooling System and refilled with prediluted coolant as soon as possible. alone (without engine can cause engine damage corrosion, overheating or freezing. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Severe Climates If you in extremely cold climates: It may be necessary to have a Ford dealer increase the coolant above 50%. #x2022; A concentration of 60% will provide freeze point protection.

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2. Arrange for the vehicle to be taken to an dealer. 3. If this is not possible, a short period for the engine to 4. Check the coolant level and if low. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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6. Install the making sure it is fully in the filler tube. 7. Remove the and inspect the fluid level. The should be in the designated areas for operating temperature. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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An condition of transmission fluid may shift and/or engagement and/or possible damage. fluid levels can be caused by an condition. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 181: Steering Fluid Check

The use of materials may affect transmission and result in damage to internal components. Electric vehicles For information on the Transit Connect refer to the Azure Dynamics Owner#x2019;s Guide Supplement. FLUID CHECK Fluid between the MIN and MAX lines are within the operating range;.

Page Fuel Filter, Washer Check, Changing The Vehicle

(between the MIN and MAX lines). Refer to and Specifications for the proper fluid Electric vehicles For specific on the Transit Connect Electric, to the Azure Dynamics TC-E Guide Supplement.

FUEL Your vehicle is equipped a lifetime fuel filter is integrated with the fuel

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When a battery is required, the battery should be replaced with a Ford replacement battery that the electrical requirements of the vehicle. Transit Connect (tst)

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If the battery has been disconnected or a new has been installed, the clock and settings must be reset the battery is reconnected. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Changing The Wiper Blades

Failure to use the correct air filter may result in severe engine The customer warranty may be void for any to the engine if the correct air filter is not used. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 186: The Headlamps

Vertical Aim Adjustment 1. the vehicle directly in front of a or screen on a level surface, 25 feet (7.6 meters) 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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The horizontal edge of the light should touch the reference line. 5. Close the and turn off the lamps. HORIZONTAL AIM IS NOT FOR THIS VEHICLE AND IS NOT ADJUSTABLE. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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The oil from your hand cause the bulb to break the time the headlamps are operated. If the bulb is accidentally touched, it with rubbing alcohol using it. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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Replacing Parking Lamp Bulbs 1. sure the headlamp control is in the off 2. Open the hood. 3. Remove the service cover by turning it 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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2. Open the hood. 3. the bulb socket from the assembly by turning it counterclockwise. 4. the bulb straight out of the socket. in reverse order. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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2. the side marker lamp by gently prying the lamp away from the vehicle. 3. the bulb socket from the assembly by turning it counterclockwise. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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1. Make sure the headlamp is in the off position. 2. Open the cargo 3. Remove the two wing nuts. 4. pull the lamp assembly from the vehicle 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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D. Fog 5. Remove the bulb socket the lamp assembly by turning it 6. Pull the bulb straight out of the Install in reverse order. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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5. Pull the bulb straight out of the Install in reverse order. High-Mount Brake Lamp See your authorized dealer for 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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2. Switch off the interior 3. Pry out the light assembly with a screwdriver. 4. Remove the front lamp bulb. Install in order. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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2. Switch off the lamps. 3. Pry out the light assembly a flat screwdriver. 4. Pull the straight out. Install in order. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 197: Specification Chart

Rear fog W21W License plate W5W LL High-mount brake lamp lamps (front and rear) lamps To replace all instrument lights — see your dealer 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 198: Products, Cleaning The Exterior

Care GENERAL INFORMATION Ford or Lincoln authorized has many quality products to clean your vehicle and its finishes. CLEANING PRODUCTS For results, use the following products or of equivalent quality: Motorcraft Bug and Tar (ZC-42)

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Use only products to clean plastic #x2022; For routine cleaning, use Detail Wash. #x2022; If tar or spots are present, use Motorcraft Bug and Tar 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 200: Waxing, Minor Paint Damage, The Engine

#x2022; Never or rinse any ignition coil, plug wire or spark well, or the area in and around locations. #x2022; Cover the power distribution box, and air assembly to prevent water when cleaning the engine. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

201: Cleaning The Windows And Blades, Cleaning The Interior

On vehicles equipped with airbags, do not use chemical solvents or detergents. Such products contaminate the side airbag and affect performance of the side in a collision. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 202: The Instrument Panel And Instrument Lens

If a staining liquid coffee/juice has been spilled on the panel or on interior trim clean as follows: 1. Wipe up liquid using a clean, cotton cloth. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

Page Cleaning Leather Seats, The Alloy Wheels

Rinse with a strong stream of #x2022; Never apply any chemical to hot or warm wheel or covers. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 204: Storage

#x2022; Keep all parts free from oil and Engine #x2022; The engine oil and should be changed prior to as used engine oil contain that may cause engine 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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#x2022; Make all linkages, cables, levers and under vehicle are covered grease to prevent rust. Move vehicles at least 25 (8 meters) every 15 days to working parts and prevent 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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#x2022; If the battery was clean the battery cable and inspect. Contact your dealer if you have any concerns or 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 207: Wheels And

Utility vehicles and trucks are not for cornering at speeds as high as cars any more than sports cars are designed to satisfactorily under off-road 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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These differences make your vehicle so also make it handle than an ordinary passenger 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

Page 209: Tire

10 to 12 inches or limited production as defined in Title 49 Code of Regulations Part 575.104(c)(2). Department of Transportation-Tire quality The U.S.

Department of Transportation Ford Motor Company to you the following information about grades exactly as the government has it.

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#x2022; Standard A class of P-metric or Metric designed to carry a maximum at 35 psi [37 psi (2.5 bar) for Metric Increasing the inflation pressure this pressure will not the tire#x2019;s load carrying 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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U.S. DOT Tire Number for safety standard and in case of a recall. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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You may this information in your manual. If not, contact a tire dealer. Note: You may not this information on all tires it is not required by federal law. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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This information is used to customers if a tire defect a recall. I. M+S or M/S: Mud and Snow, or AT: All or AS: All Season. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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The cold pressure should never be set than the recommended pressure on the label. The tire suppliers may additional markings, notes or such as standard load, tubeless, etc. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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D. Load Single lb (kg) at psi cold: Indicates the maximum and tire pressure when the is used as a single; defined as two (total) on the rear axle. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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You will find a Tire containing tire inflation by tire size and other information located on the B-Pillar or the of the driver#x2019;s door. Refer to the description and graphic in the Load chapter. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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You are strongly to buy a reliable tire pressure as automatic service station may be inaccurate. Ford recommends the use of a or dial-type tire pressure rather than a stick-type pressure gauge.

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spare tire and wheel information section for description): and maintain at the higher of the front and inflation pressure as shown on the Label. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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7. Check the to make sure there are no cuts or bulges. Electric For specific information on the Transit Electric, refer to the Azure TC-E Owner#x2019;s Guide Inspecting Your Tires and Valve Stems.

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the numbers go to four digits. For 2501 means the 25th of 2001. The numbers in between are codes used for traceability.

information is used to contact if a tire defect requires a 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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(such as P-metric LT-metric or all-season versus as those originally provided by The recommended tire and wheel may be found on either the Safety Certification Label (affixed to the door hinge pillar, post, or the door edge meets the door-latch post, to the driver#x2019;s seating position), or the Label.

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The tire sensors mounted in the wheels installed on your vehicle) are not to be used in aftermarket wheels. The use of or tires not recommended by Ford Company may affect the operation of tire pressure monitoring

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Front-wheel drive and those with an independent suspension (if equipped) may require of all four wheels. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Front-wheel drive (FWD) (front tires at left of Sometimes irregular tire can be corrected by rotating the tires. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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USING SNOW CHAINS Snow tires must be the size, load index, rating as those originally by Ford. Use of any tire or wheel not by Ford can affect the safety and of your vehicle, which result in an increased risk of of vehicle control, vehicle personal injury and death.

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RSS-210 of Industry Canada. is subject to the following two conditions: (1) device may not cause harmful and (2) This device must any interference received, including that may cause undesired 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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To restore the full of the tire pressure monitoring have the damaged road repaired and remounted on your For additional information, refer to tires with a TPMS in section. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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Tire On vehicles with different and without sensor rear pressures, the TPMS must be retrained following every rotation. See Tire rotation in chapter. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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Check air in the road tires. If any tire is carefully drive the vehicle to the location where air can be added to the Inflate all the tires to the recommended pressure. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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#x2022; To the chances of interference from vehicle, the TPMS reset should be performed at least feet (one meter) from another Ford Company vehicle undergoing the reset procedure at the same #x2022; Do not wait more two minutes between resetting tire sensor or the system time-out and the entire procedure have to be repeated on all four

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11. Set all four tires to the air pressure as indicated on the Safety Certification Label or Tire located on the B-Pillar or the edge of the door. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

Page 232: A Road Wheel

Ford. If the spare tire or wheel is it should be replaced rather repaired.

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The usage of a dissimilar spare tire and assembly can lead to impairment of the #x2022; Handling, stability and performance #x2022; Comfort and 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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WARNING: Do not attempt to a tire on the side of the vehicle to moving traffic. Pull far off the road to avoid the danger of hit when operating the jack or the wheel. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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2. Turn the counterclockwise and lower the spare until it rests on the ground and the is slack. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st USA (fus)

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7. Loosen wheel lug nut one-half turn but do not remove them until the is raised off the ground. 2013 Connect (tst) Owners gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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13. Fit the cover onto the rim making the valve stem aligns the indent in the ring on the back of the Tap it with the palm of your to lock it into place. Transit Connect (tst) Guide gf, 1st Printing USA (fus)

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Return the jack and tools to the position in the cargo area. vehicles For specific information on the Connect Electric, refer to the Dynamics TC-E Owner#x2019;s Supplement. 2013 Transit (tst) Owners Guide gf, 1st

Page 239: Technical Wheel Lug Nut Torque

N#x2022;m M12 x 1.5 * specifications are for nut and bolt threads of dirt and rust. Use only recommended replacement fasteners. Inspect the wheel pilot and mounting surface prior to

Remove any visible corrosion or particles.

Page 240: And Specifications, Engine Specifications

inches Required fuel 87 octane Firing order Ignition system C.O.P ratio 10.0:1 Spark gap .051 inch +/- .002 mm +/- .05) Engine drivebelt 2013 Transit Connect Owners Guide gf, 1st Printing USA

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