Ferrari F430 Spider Owners Manual

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Owner’s Manual

Introduction Abbreviations Service The aim of this Owner’s Manual is to help Some descriptions and terms with The information contained in this manual is you get the best value from your vehicle particular meanings are to be found in this limited to those instructions and indications and to provide information on routine manual in an abbreviated form: that are strictly required for the use and maintenance. good preservation of the vehicle. We advise you to read it carefully before A.C. Air Conditioning System Carefully following the instructions you drive. The Owner’s Manual is an ABS Anti-lock Braking System contained herein will help you get the best integral part of the vehicle and it must ASR Anti-skid Regulation during results and satisfaction from your vehicle. therefore always be kept on board. acceleration We also recommend you have all the checks This manual refers to vehicles with two EBD Electronic Brake-force and service carried out at our Dealers or types of transmission: Distribution Authorised Workshops as they have the skilled staff and appropriate equipment • F1 electronically-controlled gearbox E-DIFF Electronic differential available. • mechanical gearbox CST Traction Stability Control See the “Sales and Service Organisation” therefore, some information may vary MSR Engine torque regulation manual for the locations of the Ferrari depending on the gearbox installed. ECU Electronic Control Unit Dealers and Authorised Service Centres. Consulting the manual F1 Formula 1 - Electronically- The Ferrari Technical Service Department To facilitate reading and fast consultation, controlled gearbox, designed with is at your complete disposal for any the topics have been divided into sections the same technology as used in the information and suggestions. and chapters. The important parts requiring racing sector. Updating particular attention are easily identifiable in L.C. Launch Control - strategy for The high quality of your vehicle is ensured the sections and chapters. performance standing start. by constant improvements and there may Extreme caution required: failure hence be differences between this manual to comply with the instructions and your vehicle. could cause hazardous situations involving All specifications and illustrations personal and vehicle safety! contained in this manual refer to those Important note: warning aimed at resulting as of the printing date. preventing any damage to the vehicle and thus hazards involving the safety of persons. 2

Introduction Spare parts F1 gearbox When replacing parts or topping up with Warning: The vehicle may be fitted lubricants and fluids, we recommend you with an electro-hydraulically- use original spare parts and the lubricants controlled gearbox system, controlled by and fluids recommended by Ferrari. the levers on the steering wheel. The Ferrari warranty is voided if Original Even though the system can be used Ferrari Spare Parts are not used for in “Automatic” mode, it should not repairs. be considered an automatic gearbox. Chassis Hence, for proper use always follow the The chassis of this vehicle is entirely instructions given in this manual on page. constructed of aluminium. 80. If the chassis is damaged in an accident, have it repaired at the Ferrari Service Network only. Using non-original spare parts and having inexpert persons carry out repairs may have serious consequences for the vehicle. In normal conditions of use, the chassis does not require any maintenance; it is however advisable to contact the Ferrari Service Network at the intervals indicated in the Maintenance Schedule in order to have it checked. Should emergency repairs be required, it is advisable to have the vehicle checked by the Ferrari Service Network as soon as possible. 3

Introduction 1 - General information 2 - About your vehicle 3 - Driving your vehicle 4 - In an emergency 5 - Maintenance 6 - Technical Information 7 - Table of contents 5


1 - General information Identification and homologation data _____ 8 Instruction labels ______________________ 9 Main engine specifications _____________ 10 Transmission ratios ___________________ 10 Performance _________________________ 10 Consumption and CO2 emissions ________ 11 Dimensions and weights _______________ 11 Rims and tyres _______________________ 12 Electric system _______________________ 13 Capacities ___________________________ 14 7

Identification and  Punched engine type and number.  Punched gearbox type and number. homologation data Identification data: 3 5  Punched chassis number. 1  Assembly number plate.  Vehicle identification. 4 6  Summary plate with chassis type and number. 2 8

1 - General information Homologation labels: Instruction labels  Fuel label.  ECE homologation.  Paint code label. 3 7 1  Antifreeze label.  High beam homologation.  Lubricants label. 4 8 2 9

 Tyre pressure label. Main engine specifications Type F 136 E 5 Number of cylinders 8 - V 90° Cylinder bore mm 92 Piston stroke mm 81 Total displacement cm3 4308 Compression ratio 11.3 : 1 (*) Max power (2002/80B/CE) kW (HP) 360.3 (490) Corresponding r.p.m. RPM 8500 Maximum torque (2002/80B/CE) Nm 465 Corresponding r.p.m. RPM 5250  Battery master switch label. (*) A slight boosting is attainable at top speed. 6 Transmission ratios Gear ratios Differential bevel Total transmission ratio gear pair ratio (engine/wheel revolutions) 1 46 / 14 = 3.29 4.30 (10/43) 1 14.13 2 41 / 19 = 2.16 2 9.28 3 37 / 23 = 1.61 3 6.92 4 33 / 26 = 1.27 4 5.46 5 30 / 29 = 1.03 5 4.45 6 31 / 38 = 0.82 6 3.51 R 41 / 15 = 2.73 R 11.75 Performance From 0 to 100 km/h From 0 to 400 m From 0 to 1000 m Max speed F1 gearbox 4.1 sec. 12.05 sec. 21.80 sec. over 310 km/h Mechanical gearbox 4.1 sec. 12.10 sec. 21.85 sec. over 310 km/h 10

1 - General information Consumption and CO2 emissions Dir. 1999/100 EEC (g/km) l/100 km • City cycle 615 26.9 • Motorway 305 13.3 • Combined cycle 420 18.3 Dimensions and weights Wheel base 2600 mm Max. length 4512 mm Max. width 1923 mm Max. height 1234 mm Front track 1669 mm Rear track 1616 mm Kerb weight 1520 Kg 1669 1616 1923 1234 2600 4512 11

Rims and tyres Wheel rims Front Rear Spare wheel 7.5” J X 19” 10” J X 19” 3.5” J X 19” Tyres tested by FERRARI (all tyres are without air chamber) Inflation pressure (cold) Front Rear Front Rear Pirelli P Zero Rosso 225/35 ZR19” 285/35 ZR19” 2.2 bar (32.3 psi) 2.2 bar (32.3 psi) Bridgestone Potenza RE050A 225/35 ZR19” 285/35 ZR19” 2.3 bar (33.8 psi) 2.5 bar (36.7 psi) Michelin Pilot Sport 2 225/35 ZR19” 285/35 ZR19” 2.2 bar (32.3 psi) 2.4 bar (35.3 psi) Optional tyres (Run Flat) Goodyear Regol F1 GS-D3 EMT 225/35 ZR19” 285/35 ZR19” 2.5 bar (36.7 psi) 2.5 bar (36.7 psi) Snow tyres (max. speed 210 km/h) Pirelli Winter Sottozero 225/35 ZR19” 285/35 ZR19” Replacing a wheel For the correct procedure, see the notes on page 94. Stud bolt pre-tightening Stud bolt final tightening 35÷40 Nm 100 Nm Spare wheel Tyre (max. speed 80 km/h) Inflation pressure (cold) Pirelli T 115/70 R19” 4.2 Bar (62 psi) 12

1 - General information “Run flat” tyres (optional) Electric system The vehicle can be fitted with “Run Flat” Supply voltage • Shock absorber calibration control tyres”. This type of tyre has reinforced 12 V system sidewalls which permit the vehicle to continue travelling at a moderate speed (80 Battery • CST system km/h) for a set distance, even in the event Fiamm ECO FORCE VR760 - 12 v - 65 Ah • Exhaust temperature control circuit of a puncture. - 760 A • Soft top operating system Always comply with the specified wheel Alternator • Tyre pressure monitoring system alignment values, as this is essential to obtain NIPPONDENSO 150 A (optional) the best performance and the longest life of Starter motor your tyres. Nippondenso Further information on these tyres and their pressure monitoring system can be found in Key-operated circuits the “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” Owner’s Manual. • Starting • Windscreen wipers and washer Standard Run flat • Stop lights • Direction indicators • Hazard lights 0 bar - 0 psi • Rear fog lights • Reverse lights 0 bar - 0 psi • Glove compartment light • Ignition • Injection • Electric fuel pumps • Air conditioning and heating system • Instruments • Motors for water radiator cooling fans • Rear view mirror defroster • External rear view mirror adjustment • Cigarette lighter 13

Capacities Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page Engine Total system capacity 10 l HELIX ULTRA SAE 5W-40 111-122 Oil quantity between MIN and MAX 2.0 l Oil consumption (depending on driving conditions) 1.0 - 2.0 l / 1,000 km Gearbox and differential (including lines) 3.5 l TRANSAXLE OIL SAE 75W-90 129 F1 gearbox system - Electronic differential 1.0 l DONAX TX 111 Brake and clutch system 1.3 l DONAX UB BRAKE FLUID DOT4 Ultra 112 Cooling circuit 17.5 l GLYCOSHELL 112-123 • Mixture of water and coolant at 50%. Hydraulic steering system 1.8 l DONAX TA 111 Steering box 100 g RETINAX CS00 Fuel tank 95.0 l Unleaded fuel 95 N.O. 124 Reserve 20.0 l Air conditioning and heating system 131 Compressor 165 cc DELPHI 7CVC Compressor oil 150 cc DELPHI RL897 Coolant 800 ± 30 g “R 134 A” Windscreen and headlight washer tank 6.5 l Mixture of water and glass cleaner 115 N.B.: To clean the windscreen, use one phial of glass-cleaner in summer and two in winter. 14

2 - About your vehicle Keys ________________________________ 16 Alarm system ________________________ 16 Controls on the steering wheel __________ 21 Instrument panel _____________________ 29 Warning lights _______________________ 32 Multi-function display _________________ 34 Dashboard controls ___________________ 36 Controls on the tunnel console __________ 43 Doors_______________________________ 47 Seat controls _________________________ 48 Internal rear-view mirror _______________ 50 Safety ______________________________ 51 Seat belts ___________________________ 52 Airbag ______________________________ 55 Passenger compartment accessories _____ 58 Internal lights ________________________ 61 Hands-free microphone ________________ 61 Engine compartment lid _______________ 61 Soft top _____________________________ 63 Soft top emergency closing _____________ 67 Air conditioning and heating system _____ 71 15

Keys Key codes Alarm system The vehicle is delivered with two identical A CODE CARD is supplied with the keys. The FERRARI CODE system keys. This card shows the following: In order to increase protection against Write the code number of the key in - the electronic code to be used for attempts at theft, the vehicle is equipped the space provided in the warranty “emergency starting”; with an electronic engine immobilizer booklet. - the mechanical key code to be system (Ferrari CODE), which is A duplicate of the keys can be requested communicated to the Ferrari Service automatically activated when the ignition communicating the identification number to Network Centre in the case that you key is removed. the Ferrari Service Network. request duplicates of the keys. Each ignition key contains an electronic The code numbers shown on the device which transmits a code signal to the CODE CARD should be kept in a Ferrari CODE control unit, and engine safe place. ignition is enabled only if the key code is You are advised to always keep the acknowledged by the system. CODE CARD number with you, Two keys are supplied with the vehicle. because it is absolutely necessary in the The key is used to: event of “emergency starting”. - lock/unlock the doors (central door In the event of a vehicle ownership locking); transfer, it is essential that the new owner is provided with all the keys and with the - deactivate/activate the passenger airbag CODE CARD. (not present in Australian and Japanese versions); You are advised to record and keep the codes listed on the tags delivered with - activating/deactivating the alarm system. the keys and the remote control in a safe Operation place (not in the car) in order to request Each time the ignition key is removed from duplicates if needed. position 0, the protection system activates the engine immobilizer. • When starting the engine, press the ENGINE START button on the steering wheel: 16

2 - About your vehicle go off after the four seconds required Strong impacts can damage the electronic by the ECU to run a diagnostic cycle, components in the key. the code has not been recognised. In Each key supplied has its own specific code, this case, it is advisable to turn the key which must be stored in the memory of the back to position 0 then back to II; If system control unit. the immobilizer stays on, try with the Duplicating the keys other keys. If you are still unable to When ordering additional keys, remember start the engine, use the emergency that the storage procedure (maximum 7 starting procedure (see the chapter keys) must be carried out for all the keys, “Emergency starting”) and contact the including those already in your possession. Ferrari Service Network. Directly contact the Ferrari Service 1)If the code is recognised, the CODE • While driving, with the ignition key in Network, bringing with you all the keys warning light on the instrument panel position II: in your possession, the CODE CARD for goes off within a second, while the 1) If the CODE warning light comes on, the Ferrari CODE system, a personal ID EOBD warning light goes off after it means that the system is running document and the registration documents about four seconds once the ECU a self-diagnostic cycle. At the first proving ownership of the vehicle. diagnostic cycle has been completed. opportunity, you can stop and test the The codes of the keys that are not available The protection system has recognised system: turn off the engine by rotating when the new memorisation procedure the key code and deactivates the the ignition key to position 0 then is performed will be deleted from the engine immobiliser. turn the key back to position II: the memory, in order to prevent that any lost or CODE warning light will come on and stolen keys are used to start the vehicle. should go off within one second. If CODE EOBD Emergency starting the warning light stays on, repeat the procedure described previously leaving If the Ferrari CODE fails to disable the the key at 0 for more that 30 seconds. engine immobilizer, the CODE warning If the problem persists, please contact the light comes on fixed and the EOBD Ferrari Service Network. warning light goes off after four seconds 2) If the CODE warning light flashes, it and then comes on again immediately, and means that the vehicle is not protected the engine will not start. In this condition, by the engine immobilizer. the engine can only be started with the Immediately contact the Ferrari Service emergency starting procedure. Network to have all the keys stored in the We recommend that you read the whole 2) If the CODE warning light stays on system memory. procedure carefully before carrying it out. and the EOBD warning light does not 17

If you make a mistake, turn the key to position 8) When the EOBD warning light flashes 0 and repeat the operation from step 1. fast (for about 4 seconds) it confirms A 1) Read the 5-digit electronic code found that the procedure has been carried on the CODE CARD. out correctly. 2) Turn the ignition key to position II: 9) Proceed with starting the engine by at this point, the CODE and EOBD pressing the ENGINE START button warning lights stay on. on the steering wheel. 3) Push and hold down the accelerator If the EOBD warning light remains on, pedal. After approximately 8 seconds, turn the key to position 0 and repeat the the EOBD warning light will go off. procedure from step 1. Release the accelerator pedal and get This procedure can be repeated an ready to count the number of times the unlimited number of times. - the direction indicators flash once; EOBD warning light flashes. After an emergency staring, you should - the red LED B on the dashboard flashes; 4) Wait until the number of flashes is contact the Ferrari Service Network, equal to the first digit of your CODE otherwise you will have to perform the CARD, then push and hold down emergency procedure every time the engine the accelerator pedal until the EOBD is started. warning light goes off after about Electronic alarm system 4 seconds. You can now release the The electronic alarm system has the accelerator pedal. following functions: 5) The EOBD warning light starts flashing - remote management of the centralised again. When the number of flashes door locking/unlocking; B is equal to the second digit of your - perimeter surveillance, detecting the CODE CARD, depress and hold down opening of doors, front and rear lids; the accelerator pedal. - vehicle movement surveillance. - the central door locking system is 6) Proceed in the same manner for the activated and the doors are locked. remaining digits in the code on the The engine immobilizer function is guaranteed by the Ferrari CODE system, The alarm system is activated after CODE CARD. which is automatically activated when the approximately 25 seconds and the alarm is 7) When the last digit has been entered, triggered if: ignition key is removed from the switch. hold the accelerator pedal pushed Activation - a door is opened; down. The EOBD warning light comes on for 4 seconds and then goes off; Press button A on the key to activate the - the luggage compartment lid is opened; you can now release the accelerator. alarm system: - the engine compartment lid is opened; 18

2 - About your vehicle - the power is cut; according to the following priority: For those markets that require the - the siren is disconnected; - LED off twice: lifting sensor alarm; transmitter and/or receiver marking, the - the vehicle is moved. - 3 LED off three times: door alarm; homologation number is found on the Should the siren beep twice when you - LED off four times: engine compartment component. activate the alarm system, this means that lid alarm; Requesting new keys one of the doors or the luggage/engine - LED off five times: ignition key alarm To purchase new keys with radio control, compartment lid is not fully closed and The alarm system memory is reset when exclusively contact the Ferrari Service therefore is not protected by the perimeter you turn the ignition key. Network, bringing with you: surveillance. - all the keys with radio control in your Ministerial homologation Check that the doors and lids are properly possession; The electronic alarm system has been closed and close the open door or lid, then - the CODE CARD for the Ferrari CODE homologated in all the countries where reactivate the alarm system. system and the red CODE CARD for the radio frequency legislation is in force. Deactivation alarm system; The homologation number is shown in the Press button A on the key to deactivate the figure. alarm system: - the direction indicators flash once; - the red LED B on the dashboard goes off; - the centralised door locking system is activated and the doors are unlocked. The alarm system is off and it is therefore possible to get into the car and to start the engine. If the remote control battery is flat, to access the vehicle, you must use the spare key or - your identity card; replace the battery as described below. - the identification and registration Alarm memory documents proving ownership of the If, when you deactivate the system using vehicle. the remote control, the red LED B flashes, The radio controls not handed over for this means that alarms were triggered the new code storage procedure will during the owner’s absence. In this case, the automatically be deactivated in order to system will indicate the reason for the alarm prevent any lost or stolen radio controls 19

from being used to deactivate the electronic Replacing the radio control batteries alarm system. C B If the corresponding function is not If you accidentally activate the alarm during activated when the key button is pressed, engine starting, the engine starts normally replace the radio control battery after and the alarm siren will be activated after checking with the other radio control that 30 seconds. To deactivate it, press the remote the alarm system functions work. control button on the key. To replace the remote control battery: - detach the key cover A prying with a small screwdriver at the point indicated by the arrow; - fit a new battery of the same type, respecting the polarity indicated - close back the key cover A. Do not use sharp tools to open the key cover and be extremely careful not to damage the radio control. A - remove the battery B pushing it in the direction of the arrow to slide it off the retaining bracket C; 20

2 - About your vehicle Steering wheel controls  Key switch  Start button  Driving mode switch (“Manettino”)  Horn control  UP gearshift lever (*)  DOWN gearshift lever (*)  Exterior lights and direction indicator control lever  Windscreen and headlight wiper/ washer control lever  Steering wheel adjustment lever (*) for versions with F1 gearbox only 4 5 6 8 1 7 3 9 2 21

1 - Key switch Never remove the key when the 3 - Driving mode selection switch vehicle is moving! The steering wheel will lock on the first steer. II Always remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the vehicle! Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. 2 – Start button 0 Press the ENGINE START button to start the engine. When the engine has started, release the ENGINE START button. The ignition key can be turned to 2 Do not hold the ENGINE START button In any case, the type of mode selected does positions: down for a long time. not exempt the driver from complying with Position 0 - Stop For the starting procedure, see “Starting the rules of safe driving. Engine off, key removable. and driving the vehicle” on page 77 or 82. You can select the driving mode to suit the When the key is even only partially driving style you desire. extracted, the steering column is locked. In the event of a failure of one of the onboard The hazard warning lights and the parking systems, signalled by the warning light on lights can be turned on. the instrument panel display (see page 35), To facilitate the release of the steering the system moves to a “recovery” position, wheel, turn the steering wheel slightly in allowing the vehicle to still be driven. In these both directions while turning the ignition cases, contact the Ferrari Service Network. key. Position II – Start When turning the key to this position, the system checks the signals coming from the systems installed on the vehicle. If no faults are found, the words CHECK OK illuminate and the engine can be started. 22

2 - About your vehicle ( ) “ICE” mode ( ) “Low grip” mode SPORT mode This mode can be used when the road This can be activated to enhance driving This is the ideal setting for vehicle conditions are particularly slippery (e.g., comfort, even while driving in racing performance. snow, ice). style conditions, assuring stability in Select SPORT mode if you wish to drive in When this mode is activated, the ICE low- to medium- grip conditions. It is also racing style in high-grip conditions. symbol will appear on the multi-function recommended for city driving. When this mode is activated, the SPORT display for a few seconds and an acoustic When this mode is activated, the Low grip symbol appears on the multi-function signal will warn the driver that the driving symbol appears on the multi-function display for a few seconds and an acoustic mode has been changed. display for a few seconds and an acoustic signal will warn the driver that the driving signal will warn the driver that the driving mode has been changed. mode has been changed. For its use, see on page 89. For its use, see on page 90. For its use, see on page 90. 23

RACE mode Deactivating the CST system ( ) When the CST system is active, its The RACE mode further enhances the By selecting this mode you can deactivate operation is signalled by the relative already racing style performance of the the CST system (always active when the warning light on the instrument panel and vehicle. When this mode is activated, the engine is started). When this mode is by the (green) message “CST ACTIVE” on RACE symbol will appear fixed on the deactivated, the relevant warning light on the multi-function display, which flashes for multi-function display. the instrument panel will come on and at least 4 seconds. the symbol will appear on the multi- function display. An acoustic signal will sound at length to warn the driver that the driving mode has been changed. This mode is the ideal setting for the race In low- to medium-grip conditions (e.g., track. wet, icy, sandy roads), do not deactivate the For its use, see on page 90. CST system. When the CST system is active and the amber warning light comes on, it means that there is a fault in one of the system parts. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Every time the ignition is turned on, the CST system will reactivate. For its use, see on page 90. 24

2 - About your vehicle 4 - Horn control 6 - “DOWN” gearshift lever (vehicles 7 - Exterior lights and direction The horn is activated by pressing by the with F1 gearbox) indicator control lever sides of the upper spokes on either side Pull the left-hand lever DOWN towards the The exterior lights and the direction of the steering wheel, in position with the steering wheel for downshifting. indicators only work when the ignition key horn symbol. For use, see “Starting and driving the is in position II. vehicle” on page 77. DOWN 5 - “UP” gearshift lever (vehicles with F1 gearbox) Pull the right-hand lever UP towards the steering wheel for upshifting. For use, see “Starting and driving the vehicle” on page 77. UP 25

Operate the lever to activate: Position 2 (lever turned by two clicks): - headlight flashing: - the exterior lights: Low beams on. with the high beams, it is activated by Position 0: Position 3 (lever pushed forward): pulling the lever towards the steering Lights off. High beams on (the relative warning light wheel. Position 1 (lever turned by one click): also illuminates). The function can be activated with the lever The high beams can only be activated with in any position. Position lights and number plate lights on (the relevant warning light also illuminates) the lever in position 2. and the instrument panel is backlit. 2 0 3 1 26

2 - About your vehicle - direction indicators Position B (lever up): The direction indicators work only when the Right-hand side indicators. ignition key is in position II. The instant the lever is moved, the relevant B warning light on the instrument panel also comes on. The lever returns to its central position when the steering wheel is straightened. Position A (lever in rest position): Direction indicators off. Operate the lever to activate: - the windscreen wipers: Position C (lever down): Position 0: Left-hand side indicators. Windscreen wipers off. A Position (lever lowered by one click): Adjustable intermittent operation. Position I (lever lowered by two clicks): Continuous slow operation. Position II (lever lowered by three clicks): Continuous fast operation. 0 C 8 - Windscreen wipers and washer control lever I The windscreen wipers and washer operate only with the ignition key in position II. II 27

- to adjust the intermittent speed: - windscreen washer: 9 - Steering wheel adjustment lever In position , turn the lever to change the Pull the lever towards the steering wheel A Both the height and depth of the steering intermittent speed: to simultaneously activate the windscreen wheel can be adjusted. - clockwise = slower intermittent speed; washer and the windscreen wipers. • Release the lever by pulling it towards - anticlockwise = faster intermittent speed. When the lever is released, the windscreen the steering wheel. washer stops while the windscreen wipers • Adjust the steering wheel position. runs a few more strokes. • Lock the steering wheel by pushing the - the headlight washer: lever back to its original position. Push the lever in the opposite direction Do not adjust the steering wheel when the to the steering wheel B to activate the vehicle is moving. headlight washer. When the lever is released, the spray nozzles go back into their seats. For better cleaning, use the headlight washers when the vehicle speed is below 130 km/h. B A 28

2 - About your vehicle Instrument panel  Electronic speedometer  Revolution counter  Oil pressure gauge  Oil temperature gauge  Water temperature gauge  Fuel level gauge  Gear display (*)  Warning lights display  Multi-function display (*) for versions with F1 gearbox only. � � � � � � � � � � 29

1 - Electronic speedometer 3 - Engine oil pressure gauge It indicates the vehicle speed. The red warning light D indicates that the oil pressure is too low. In normal conditions, it comes on before � starting in order to perform a self-check. If a failure occurs, it turns on when the engine is running and the pressure is too low. In this case, turn the engine off immediately and perform the necessary � checks. If the problem persists, contact the Ferrari 2 - Revolution counter Service Network. Indicates the engine RPM. Odometer: Avoid engine speeds in the red sector. Briefly press button SET to view the total If you exceed the RPM, the ignition/injection mileage B or trip C mileage. ECU will temporarily cut off the fuel supply. To reset the trip odometer, hold the button SET pressed down for at least 2 seconds. D SET 30

2 - About your vehicle 4 - Engine oil temperature gauge 5 - Water temperature gauge 6 - Fuel level gauge When the red warning light E comes on, it Indicates the coolant temperature. indicates that the water temperature is too When the red warning light F comes on, it high, i.e. above 155°C. indicates that the temperature is too high. In this case, reduce the engine speed This light comes on when the temperature G H immediately. If the temperature remains exceeds 125°C. high, turn off the engine and contact the In this case, reduce the engine speed Ferrari Service Network. immediately. If the temperature remains high, turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari Service Network. � If the last segment G on the fuel level gauge flashes and the next to the last segment H is permanently on, it means that there are � 18÷20 litres of fuel left in the tank. When there are less than 9 litres fuel in the tank, the symbol I appears on the multi- function display and the last segment of the gauge goes off. I 31

7 - Gear display (for versions with F1 Warning lights CST system failure gearbox only) To signal that the CST system 8 - Warning lights display is deactivated or to indicate a It is incorporated in the revolution counter. With the ignition key in position II, it If a failure warning light comes on while failure of one of the systems in displays the gear engaged. driving, have the necessary checks carried the CST. out at the Ferrari Service Network. In this case, contact the Ferrari Service N - Neutral R - Reverse gear In addition to the self-check performed Network. before ignition, the warning lights may In addition, when the warning light flashes I - 1st gear illuminate in the following cases: it indicates that the CST system has been 2 - 2nd gear ABS activated. 3 - 3rd gear 4 - 4th gear While driving, to indicate Parking brake malfunctioning of the ABS When the parking brake is 5 - 5th gear system. engaged. 6 - 6th gear auto - automatic gearshift mode The standard braking system remains Airbag When the symbol – is displayed, it indicates functional - contact the Ferrari Service While driving, to indicate a fault condition in the gearbox. Please Network. a malfunction in the airbag contact the Ferrari Service Network to Brake failure system and/or in the seat belt have the necessary checks performed. To indicate low brake/clutch pretensioners. fluid in the tank. If the warning light does not come on for This indicates excessive wear of the front the self-check or if it comes on while driving, brake pads (and also the rear ones, if the contact the Ferrari Service Network optional CCM system is fitted). immediately. If the warning light comes on while driving, Seat belts stop the vehicle, check the level of fluid in With the ignition key turned to the tank and contact the Ferrari Service position II, when the driver’s seat Network. belt is not fastened. Alternator If there is a fault in the recharging system. When the battery is insufficiently charged or overcharged (flashing). 32

2 - About your vehicle F1 gearbox failure Parking lights Failure of all the braking systems and CST Warning light permanently on, When the parking light control When the warning lights shown emitting a beep: when an F1 button is activated. in the figure illuminate at the gearbox operating error has same time: Rear fog lights occurred. When the rear fog lights are If the failure permits, free the road and contact turned on. the Ferrari Service Network. Flashing warning light: low pressure in the External rear-view mirror defroster system. When the button which controls the heated rear window and Caution: Danger of rear wheels Engine control system malfunctioning the exterior rear view mirror locking due to malfunctioning of the While driving, to indicate a defroster is operated. They will electronic brake-force distribution system malfunction in the emission automatically turn off thirty and possibility of spinning. control system and in the minutes after they have been Stop the vehicle and avoid sharp braking. ignition/injection system. activated. Do not drive any further and immediately It remains on for a self-check cycle from contact the Ferrari Service Network. the moment the ignition key is turned to Ferrari CODE system The vehicle may still be driven at low speed position II, until a few seconds following The vehicle is equipped with an (max. 40 Km/h), to free the road. the engine starting. electronic engine immobilizer For further information see page 116. system (Ferrari CODE), which is activated automatically when Direction indicator the ignition key is removed. When the direction indicators are The keys are equipped with an electronic turned on. device that transmits a coded signal to the When the hazard warning lights are turned immobilizer ECU, which allows the engine on. to be started only if it is recognised. Position lights/low beams Seat heating (optional) When the position lights or low When the seat heater is activated beams are turned on. (see page 50). High beams When the high beams are turned on. When the high beams are used to flash. 33

Multi-function display Fuel tank door open Fuel supply cut-off Indicates that the fuel tank door Indicates that the inertia switch 9 - Multi-function display is open or not properly closed. has activated, in the event of an Incorporated in the instrument panel, it accident, and that consequently identifies and signals any faults. It may have the fuel supply has been cut off. the following colours: Outside temperature Suspension system Green = Normal driving conditions If selected with the relative While driving, it indicates a Red = When a fault occurs button, it displays the outside malfunction in the suspension Amber = When one of the available systems temperature (see page 40). system. has been activated Clock Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Multi-function display signals Displays the time in standard The multi-function display shows symbols mode. It can be disabled with the Instrument panel lighting relative to fault conditions and the state of multi-function button (see page If selected with the relative the vehicle. 41). button, it displays the adjustable If more than one fault occur at the same brightness level of the If the battery is disconnected, the exact time, they are displayed for a length of time instrument panel (see page 40). time will have to be reset using the multi- depending on their priority. function buttons (see on page 41). Slow Down The signals of the tyre pressure monitoring While driving, it indicates that CST active system (optional) that may appear on the temperature in the exhaust While driving, it indicates that multi-function display are described on page system is too high (see page the CST has activated. 138. 127). The following symbols may be displayed: Indicates temporary malfunctioning of the electronic Check OK CST deactivated differential (see page 129). When the ignition key is turned Indicates a malfunction or to position II, the electronic that the CST system has been Contact the Ferrari Service Network. system performs a diagnostic deactivated using the switch on Hazard warning lights cycle on the vehicle and, if no the steering wheel (see page 24). If on, it signals that all the faults are found, the symbol Low fuel direction indicators are on at the “Check OK” illuminates to Indicates that 18-20 litres of fuel same time. indicate that the vehicle can be are left in the tank or that the started. level gauge is malfunctioning. 34

2 - About your vehicle Windscreen washer fluid Left-hand door open Vehicle set to RACE mode This signals a low level of washer Indicates that the driver-side When RACE mode is selected fluid in the windscreen washer door is open or not properly using the steering wheel switch tank. closed. (see page 24). RACE mode changes the driving Soft top operation Right-hand door open performance of the vehicle. Indicates that the soft top is Indicates that the passenger-side moving or has stopped in an door is open or not properly Electronic differential intermediate position with closed. The amber symbol indicates that respect to its closed or opened the E-DIFF clutch is overheating: position (see page 65). reduce speed. Battery conditioner connected Luggage and engine compartment lids When the instrument panel is The same symbol in red indicates open on, it indicates that the battery an E-DIFF system failure. In Indicates that the luggage and charge maintainer is still these cases, the vehicle can still engine compartment lids are activated. be driven, but without the aid of open or not properly closed. the E-DIFF. Vehicle set to ICE mode When ICE mode is selected Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Luggage compartment lid open Indicates that the luggage using the steering wheel switch Driving mode switch failure compartment lid is open or not (see page 23). Indicates a failure of one or more properly closed. systems that select the driving Vehicle set to Low Grip Mode mode. Engine compartment lid open When Low grip mode is selected Indicates that the engine using the steering wheel switch Contact the Ferrari Service Network. compartment lid is open or not (see page 23). Brake Service (only for vehicles with CCM properly closed. braking system) Vehicle set to SPORT mode When SPORT mode is selected Indicates that the wear limit of Left- and right-hand doors open using the steering wheel switch the carbon brake discs has been Indicates that the doors are open (see page 23). reached. or not properly closed. SPORT mode changes the Contact the Ferrari Service Network. driving performance of the vehicle. 35

Dashboard controls  Fuel tank door opening button  Rear fog light button  External rear-view mirror defroster 1 2 3 4 button  Luggage compartment lid opening button  Multifunction buttons (MODE, SET)  Power window control  Car stereo system  Air conditioning and heating system controls (for use see page 72) 5 11  Glove compartment opening button (for use see page 58) 10  Calibration button for the tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), optional (for use see on page 137)  Front parking sensor deactivation button (optional) (for use see page 6 83). 8 8 7 9 36

2 - About your vehicle 1 – Fuel tank door opening button Emergency opening If the opening button does not work, the door can be opened manually by pulling the lever D located on the left-hand side of B the engine compartment. A D Closing Opening After refuelling, you must screw cap A With the key in position 0, push the release clockwise until you hear it click (one or button to unlock and open the fuel door, in several times). order to access the fuel filler cap. During this operation, check that there are Unscrew the cap A turning it anticlockwise no objects between the cap and the fuel and hang it on the dedicated hook B. filler neck. Caution: If air is released when the cap is Close the compartment by pressing on the unscrewed, this should be considered fully door; make sure that the cord C does not normal. The airtight seal of the tank filler hang out of the fuel tank door. neck can cause a slight pressure build-up in the system. Always turn off the engine during A refuelling. Take extreme care when removing the cap. During refuelling, do not approach the vehicle with open flames or lit cigarettes. In addition, inhaling vapours can be harmful. C 37

2 – Rear fog light button 3 – External rear-view mirror defroster 4 – Luggage compartment lid opening button button The lid can also be opened without the key in the ignition. When the button is pressed, the rear fog lights are turned on only if the high beams The defroster is activated by pressing the or low beams are on. The relative warning button on the dashboard. Activation is light on the instrument panel comes on to indicated by the illumination of the warning Opening indicate that they have been turned on. light C on the instrument panel. Push the release button on the dashboard. Use the rear fog lights only in poor 30 minutes after activation, the control Stand in front of the vehicle, slightly lift the visibility conditions. button will automatically turn off. It is, lid and press on the retaining lever E to lift however, advisable to turn it off when the it fully. demisting or defrosting procedure has been completed. E 38

2 - About your vehicle The lid is held open by two gas struts. Emergency opening 5 – Multi-function buttons The luggage compartment is illuminated by If the opening button malfunctions, pull the The multi-function buttons work only when a courtesy light. lever located under the dashboard, on the the ignition key is in position II. left-hand side of the steering column. In standard operating mode, the time is displayed on the multi-function display. Closing Lower the lid until it is closed and press down near the lock until you hear it click in Briefly press (less than 2 seconds) the left- place. hand button MODE to sequentially switch Always check to ensure that the lid between the various functions shown on is closed properly, to prevent it from the display: opening while driving. - outside temperature - FL - front left-hand tyre pressure (*) - FR - front right-hand tyre pressure (*) - RR - rear right-hand tyre pressure (*) - RL - rear left-hand tyre pressure (*) (*) This function can be activated only when the tyre pressure monitoring system is fitted (optional) 39

Press the left-hand button MODE at length minute-setting option. (for longer than 2 seconds) to enter the Briefly press the right-hand button SET to programming mode, where you can scroll switch the odometer between trip and total through the options by briefly pressing the miles; press the right-hand button at length same button. to reset the trip odometer (see page 30). Four options are available: Outside temperature display - adjusting the instrument panel brightness Briefly press the left-hand button MODE - turning the clock on/off to display the outside temperature on the - setting the hours multi-function display. - setting the minutes. Within each specific area, briefly press Briefly press the right-hand button SET the right-hand button SET to make the to adjust the brightness of the instrument following adjustments: panel to a value between 0 and 30. - increase the instrument panel brightness Clock - turn the clock on/off Press the left-hand button MODE, at - increase the hours length, then press it briefly again and select - increase the minutes. OFF if you do not wish to display the time. In this case, the time is not displayed even when the ignition key is subsequently MODE turned to position II. Instrument panel lighting If you wish to display the time again, the Press the left-hand button MODE, for a procedure described must be repeated, longer time to display the symbol on the selecting the option ON. multi-function display. When the battery is disconnected, the clock stops. When the battery is reconnected, the exact time must be reset using the multi- SET function buttons as described earlier. If one or more alarm indicators illuminate The programming mode is ended if no on the multi-function display, the time button is pressed for more than 10 seconds may be viewed only after the alarm/s have (timeout) or after the left-hand button turned off. MODE has been pressed briefly from the As you can travel for long distances with 40

2 - About your vehicle several warnings on, the following may 6 – Power window control be shown simultaneously on the multi- The power windows can only be used with function display: time and CST OFF the ignition key in position II. symbol, low fuel symbol or RACE driving mode. Any other messages on the multi-function display will be shown according to the display sequence described earlier. Driver-side power window control It is activated by pressing the button to the left of the car stereo. Manual operation (partial opening/closing) or automatic operation (complete opening/ closing) are both available: press the button briefly to activate manual operation; hold the button down for a longer time (more than 0.3 seconds) to activate automatic operation. In this mode, the window will only stop at the end of its travel or when the button is pressed a second time. Passenger-side power window control It is activated by pressing the button to the right of the car stereo. This button allows only manual operation: when the button is released, the window stops at the position reached. 41

The window can only move up to the 7 – Car stereo system “target” position in order to prevent the For use, consult the Instruction Handbook door from hitting the upper weather strip contained in the bag on board the vehicle. when closing it. The system is made up of the following Improper use of the power windows components: can be dangerous. Before use. always • Car stereo with removable front panel. check that people and objects are at a safe distance. Pay particular attention during the automatic operation of the driver’s side power window. To protect the passengers remaining seated • Antenna incorporated in the windscreen. in the vehicle against accidental activation • CD-changer on the left-hand side of the of the power windows, always remove the luggage compartment (optional). key from the ignition block. • 2 Woofer loudspeakers fitted at the bottom of the door panels. • 2 Tweeter loudspeakers fitted on the interior fixing plate for the exterior rear view mirrors. Various optional devices can be installed on the vehicle (e.g., satellite navigator, Bluetooth, powered Hi-Fi, etc...). For their description, see the “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” Owner’s Manual. 42

2 - About your vehicle Controls on the centre console  Hazard light switch  Parking light switch  External rear view mirror controls  Parking brake lever  Mechanical gearbox lever  12V power socket  Soft top opening/closing button  Rear glove compartment opening button  Reverse gear engagement button (*) 9 10 11 1 6 4  “Automatic gearshift” switch (*)  L.C. activation button (*) (*) for version with F1 gearbox only: for their use, see “Starting and driving the vehicle (F1 gearbox)” on page 77. 8 3 2 5 7 43

1 – Hazard light button The relative symbol will be shown on the 2 – Parking light switch Press the button to turn on the hazard multi-function display and the warning Press the button to turn on the parking lights. lights. light on the instrument panel and on the button itself will flash intermittently to indicate that the hazard lights are on. All the position lights will be turned on, All the direction indicators will start This operation is independent of the blinking at the same time. ignition key position. This operation is independent of the For deactivation, press the button once The warning light on the instrument panel ignition key position. again. will come on to indicate that the parking lights are on. For deactivation, press the button once again. 44

2 - About your vehicle 3 – External rear view mirror controls 4 – Parking brake lever To release the parking brake, pull the lever The rear view mirrors can be electrically To engage the parking brake, pull the lever upwards slightly and press the release adjusted. fully upwards, thus locking the rear wheels. button on the end of the lever. A. They can only be adjusted with the ignition Fully lower the lever keeping the button key in position II. pressed. To select the mirror you wish to adjust, push the selector R (right-hand mirror) or A J (left-hand mirror). To adjust the mirror vertically or horizontally, push the adjustment button. With the ignition key in position II, the warning light on the instrument panel comes on to indicate that the parking brake The warning light on the instrument panel is engaged. will go off when the parking brake has been released completely. Always apply the parking brake when the car is parked. In case of need, the external rear-view For further information, refer to page 83. mirrors can be folded manually towards the outside or the inside. The mirrors must be always positioned correctly while driving. Do not adjust the mirrors when the vehicle is moving. 45

5 – Mechanical gearbox lever Prolonged use of this device may To close the compartment, push its door For use of the gearshift lever see “Starting discharge the battery. until you hear the lock click. and driving the vehicle (Mechanical Do not try to insert plugs that are Keep the glove compartment closed gearbox)” on page 82. incompatible in size and shape into the while driving. power socket. 5 3 1 6 4 7 - Soft top opening/closing button 2 For information about the use of this R button, see the “Soft top” section, on page 63. 8 - Rear glove compartment opening button To open the rear glove compartment, located between the two seats, behind the 6 – 12V power socket driver and the passenger, press the button This socket can be used to power small on the centre console. electrical devices such as: cell phones, lights, vacuum cleaner and any other accessory with a power absorption of no more than 140 Watts and 12 Volts. 46

2 - About your vehicle Doors move back up until it meets the “upper weather strip”. When the doors are opened or closed, the windows will automatically move down Therefore, the handle must be released and approximately 2 centimetres to the “target” pulled again in order to open the door. position (broken line) in order to avoid When the opening handle is operated, both hitting the door weather strip. doors are unlocked. When the door is closed, the window automatically moves up until it meets the “upper weather strip”. Locking and opening the doors from the inside Door open indicator Each door is equipped with a red light that indicates its opening. This light turns on Opening from the outside automatically when the door is opened. Deactivate the alarm and the central locking using the remote control; should the latter Both doors are locked by operating the not work, refer to section “Electronic alarm small lever LOCK. system” on page 18. When using the handle to open the door, the Lift the handle to open the door. window will move down to its “target” position. Activate the central locking by turning the When the door is closed, it will move back key clockwise. up until it meets the upper ledge. If the handle is operated without opening the door, the window will move down to its “target” position ands if the door is not opened after 15 seconds, the window will 47

Seat controls E B Proper seat adjustment is essential to obtain the best driving comfort and optimal efficiency of the passive safety systems. Never adjust the seat while driving, C you may lose control of the vehicle. Adjust the driver’s seat only when the A vehicle is stationary. Mechanically adjustable seat Back/forward adjustment Pull the lever A upward and slide the Lumbar support seat forward or backward to the desired Turn knob C until the desired position of position. the lumbar area has been reached. Release the lever and move the seat slightly Side supports to ensure that it is locked in place. Turn knob D to obtain the desired width of Seatback inclination the side supports. D Turn knob B until the desired inclination Seatback tilt has been reached. Operate lever E to tilt the backrest forward. E E D C A B 48

2 - About your vehicle Adjusting the headrest Seatback inclination and lumbar support Move the headrests F until the desired Operate control B to incline the backrest height has been reached. Once the desired to the desired position or to obtain the position has been found, the headrest can desired arch of the lumbar area. also be reclined forward and backward. Side supports Adjust the headrest to suit your Turn knob C until the desired width of the height in such a way that the centre D side supports is reached. of the headrest is level with your nape and Seatback tilt not the neck. D C B Operate lever D to tilt the backrest forward. A F B Backward/forward and height adjustment Operating control A you can: D • slide the seat forward and backward; • move the seat up and down; D • adjust the inclination of the seat cushion B clockwise or anticlockwise. B Electrically adjustable seat The seats can only be adjusted with the ignition key in position II. With the door A closed, the seat can be activated for about 15 seconds after turning the ignition key to position 0 and subsequently for a further 15 seconds from the last activation. A 49

Adjusting the headrest Heating System (optional) Internal rear-view mirror Move the headrests E until the desired The heating is activated by turning control This can be adjusted manually. height has been reached. Once the desired F. Two heating pads are used to heat the position has been found, the headrest can seat. When this function is active for one To set the mirror in the anti-dazzle position, also be reclined forward and backward. or more seats, the relative warning light push the lever A forward. Adjust the headrest to suit your illuminates on the instrument panel. height in such a way that the centre Using control F you can adjust the heating of the headrest is level with your nape and level, choosing from 3 levels identified on not the neck. the control with the numbers 1, 2 and 3. E A F 50

2 - About your vehicle Safety restraining them. Active safety Ferrari has designed and constructed In the event of more severe head-on The active safety system has been designed this vehicle to provide the best possible collisions (up to 30° angle): in addition to to prevent collisions. performance for a road vehicle and ensure the seat belts, the pretensioners activate In addition to the vehicle technical features, optimal safety. Following some simple rules with a restraining action. such as manoeuvrability, stability and will help ensure maximum efficiency of the In the event of an even more severe head- acceleration, the active safety components entire system. on collision, up to a 30-degree angle with are the following: respect to the longitudinal axis of the • braking system Passive safety vehicle: in addition to the pretensioners, the • air conditioning and heating system The passive safety system activates in the airbags will activate. event of a collision. • external lights The load limiting devices on the seat belts • buzzer and warning lights (flashing). In addition to the seats and the headrests, provide a suitable restraining action for the the passive safety system components are: The braking system includes the occupants, so as to prevent serious injury to • seat belts fitted with pretensioners and mechanical braking system and the their chest. load limiting devices; electronic traction stability control The airbags provide their protective system (CST), which prevents the wheels • airbag; action in combination with the seat from locking and always provides good • passenger airbag manual deactivation belts and the pretensioners. If the seat manoeuvrability and stability. switch; belts are not fastened, the driver and/or Rapid acceleration can, in some cases, get • passenger airbag deactivation warning passenger may be seriously injured. In the you out of dangerous situations. However, light; event of collisions, side impacts or vehicle always use the accelerator with extreme • airbag system failure warning light (see rollovers, i.e., when the airbags are not caution. During acceleration of the driving page 32); activated, it is essential to have the seat wheels, the anti-skid system may help you • deformable body shell and protective belts fastened. in certain dangerous situations. survival cell Deformable body The air conditioning and heating system • fuel cut-off inertia switch. The deformable bodyshell absorbs shock in the passenger compartment can add to Depending on the type of impact, the and distributes it over the entire structure driving comfort and keep you alert so that passive safety system operates in different of the vehicle, allowing progressive you can react quickly when necessary. ways by activating the various system deceleration. It is very important to see and be seen components. The passenger compartment structure, on clearly, therefore it is essential to turn on In the event of minor collisions: in addition the other hand, has been designed to provide the external lights when the conditions so to the protective action of the seats, optimal resistance without undergoing require. headrest and bodywork of the vehicle, only deformation, with the aim of ensuring a the seat belts will protect the occupants by protective survival cell for the occupants. 51

Special warnings Do not carry out any operation which Seat belts This vehicle has been constructed in may cause gas or liquids to escape risking If used correctly, the seat belts, in compliance with the strictest regulations injury to persons and damage to objects. combination with the pretensioners and for personal safety and environmental • The exhaust gas generated by the the load limiting devices, protect the protection. running engine may be hazardous, occupants from all types of impact and Nevertheless, a few rules should be especially when in closed spaces. As firmly secure them to the vehicle structure, followed. well as consuming oxygen, the engine thus preventing dangerous jerks against the Particular attention must be paid to: discharges carbon dioxide, carbon oxide fixed parts of the passenger compartment. • Overheated components: high and other toxic gases. Ferrari recommends you use the temperatures develop in the engine • Fuel is highly flammable and emits seat belts correctly fastened and compartment in proximity of the exhaust vapours which may be noxious if inhaled. adjusted at all times! system. Do not use open flames or create sparks Correct use of the seat belts can reduce Do not park the vehicle on paper, grass, near the open fuel tank or in any other the risk of serious injury in the event of an dry leaves or other flammable materials. condition where fuel comes into contact accident or if the vehicle overturns. They could catch fire if they come into with air. The standard seat belts are automatic, with contact with hot parts of the exhaust • The oils used may also be flammable: 3 attachment points (shoulders, pelvis), and system. take the same precautions as adopted for an emergency inertial locking winder fitted Do not fit other heat shields or remove the fuel. with pretensioner and load limiting device. those fitted on the exhaust system. • The fluid contained in the battery is Do not let flammable substances come poisonous, corrosive and flammable. Do into contact with the exhaust system. not let it spill out and come into contact • Moving parts on the vehicle, such as with the skin, eyes or objects. Do not use fan belts etc. are always protected by open flames or create sparks near the appropriate systems. battery. Do not remove the guards or work on In any case, observe the various warnings the moving parts without taking the due contained in this manual. precautions. • Pressurised systems on the vehicle, such as: the braking system, air conditioning and heating system, cooling system and lubrication system, may generate pressure internally. 52

2 - About your vehicle For optimal protection, keep the backrest If the driver’s seat belt is not fastened, when Do not allow children to be held on in the upright position, rest your back you turn the ignition key to position II, a passenger’s lap using only one seat comfortably against it and adjust the seat the warning light on the instrument panel belt for both of them. belt in height so that it fits tightly across illuminates and remains lit as long as the Unfastening the seat belts your chest and pelvis. seat belt is not fastened. • Push the release button E. 60 seconds after the vehicle speed has Fastening the seat belts • Guide the belt hooking tang A back to its exceeded 10 km/h, and up until reaching After properly adjusting the seat and 25 km/h, a buzzer warns the driver that the rest position. headrest: seatbelt is not fastened. • Grip the buckle A, slowly pull the belt When the vehicle speed exceeds 25 km/h, and insert the tang into its seat B (if the the buzzer is activated and stops after 90 belt locks while you are pulling it out, let seconds. This acoustic signal is emitted it wind back briefly and pull it out again only once, even if the vehicle speed goes above and below the above mentioned A without jerking). • Make sure that it has clicked into the limits. The acoustic signal is repeated (when the vehicle speed is in the indicated E locked position. ranges) only if the seat belt is fastened and • Position the seat belt correctly. unfastened again or, in any case, every time the engine is turned off and then on. Load limiting devices In the event of impacts at high speeds, with A sharp deceleration, the load limiting device progressively releases the belt when the tension value reaches a predefined limit. This action reduces the possibility of injury B to the chest and shoulders of the occupant. Do not use any objects (spring clips, locks, etc.) that hold the seat belt away from your body. 53

Pretensioners Maintenance of the seat belts and Disassembly or any type of modification of the The pretensioners are activated in the event pretensioners seat belts, winding units and/or pretensioners of severe head-on collisions. The belt will • Following a collision of a certain severity, is strictly forbidden. rewind by a few centimetres just before the replace the seat belts that were worn at Extraordinary maintenance work involving restraining action begins, thereby ensuring the time, even if they may not appear to strong impact, vibrations or heating up of the a proper hold around the occupant’s body. be damaged. pretensioner area may activate it; vibrations Activation of a pretensioner is indicated by • Periodically check that the screws on the caused by road bumps will not have this effect. the relative warning light on the instrument anchoring points are tight and that the belt is intact and slides smoothly. Child safety panel coming on and by the seat belt locking. • The belt must be kept clean; the presence Because of their size, children are at greater of any dirt could jeopardise the efficiency risk for injuries than adults. Suitable of the belt winder. restraining or safety systems must be used. • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand All minors whose physical characteristics with mild soap and water and let it dry. (i.e. height, weight) fall within the legal Do not use strong detergents, bleach or limits in force in each country must be aggressive solvents, as they can weaken protected by approved restraint or safety the fibres. systems (e.g., child seats, cradles, cushions). Make sure the belt winders do not get In any case, you are advised to always wet: they will operate properly only if use homologated child restraint systems they do not undergo water infiltration. bearing the proper test marking. • The pretensioner requires no Always adjust the seat to the most rearward maintenance or lubrication. position, in order to ensure that the child is After activation, the pretensioner no as far away as possible from the dashboard If immersed in water or mud, the longer functions and it cannot be structure. pretensioner must necessarily be replaced. repaired under any circumstances. Contact • The pretensioner must be replaced at the Incorrect use of child restraint the Ferrari Service Network to have it intervals specified in the “Warranty and system increases the risk of injury to replaced. Service Book”. the child during collision. When the pretensioner is activated, a small All works on any part of the amount of smoke is released. This smoke safety system components must is not harmful and does not indicate the be performed by the Ferrari Service presence of a fire. Network. 54

2 - About your vehicle • The seat belts in the vehicle have been Where provided for by Law (in the Airbag designed and tested to protect persons European Community), children The airbag is not a substitute for the weighing at least 36 kg (79 lbs) and under 3 years of age who are less than 150 seatbelts, although it increases their taller than 1.50 m (59 in.). cm tall may not travel on the front seat efficiency. Correct use of the seat belts, in • To properly protect a child outside these unless a suitable restraint system is used. combination with the airbag, will provide limits, specific restraint systems with The adhesive label applied on the right- optimal protection in the event of a head-on dedicated belts or accessories capable hand side of the dashboard on vehicles collision. of adapting the child’s position to the not equipped with the passenger airbag vehicle seat belts must be fitted. deactivation device, indicates that it is Airbag system components Follow the instructions that the prohibited to fit a rearward-facing child The airbag system is composed of two Manufacturer of the devices is required seat on the passenger seat. instantly inflatable cushions, one situated to supply when installing and using child on the driver’s side, A in the centre of restraint systems. the steering wheel, and the other on the passenger’s side, B inside the dashboard. On vehicles equipped with a passenger airbag deactivation device, When the ignition key is turned to do not fit a rearward-facing child seat on position II, the relevant warning light the passenger seat if the airbag is active, as on the instrument panel comes on and, if no the child risks serious or fatal injuries in the faults are found, goes off after 4 seconds. event of airbag activation. If the warning light does not come on, or if it stays on, or if it comes on while driving, In this event, you must deactivate the immediately contact the Ferrari Service passenger airbag using the dedicated Network. control and ensure that the LED on the roof panel comes on (see page 57). In addition, move the passenger seat as far back as possible in order to prevent the child seat from touching the dashboard. B Do not tamper with seat belts or child restraint systems. As provided for by Law (in the European Community), children under 3 years of age may only travel in the A vehicle if using suitable restraining systems. 55

Deployment Drive with your hands always on the Damaged or defective components of The airbags are controlled by a sensor and steering wheel so that, in the event the airbag system cannot be repaired an ECU that activates them in the event of of activation, the airbag can deploy without and must be replaced. a head-on collision with medium or strong obstruction. Improper operations on the system impact. Always keep the back of your seat in the components may cause failures or undesired In the event that the impact is so strong upright position and sit with your back activation of the airbags with consequent that deceleration exceeds the sensor properly resting on it. damage. calibration value, the electronic control The passenger must always fasten the seat The airbag system components have been unit sends an airbag activation signal. The belt and sit in an upright position, as far specially designed for this specific vehicle airbags start inflating, opening the covers as possible away from the airbag, in order model. Do not attempt to use them on other along the breaking line, until they are fully to have optimal protection in all types of vehicles, as this could cause serious injuries to deployed (in a few tenths of milliseconds) collisions. passengers in the event of an accident. and positioned as protection between the Do not modify the system components or If the vehicle is to be scrapped, contact the driver’s or passenger’s body and the vehicle wiring under any circumstances. Ferrari Service Network to have the structures which could cause injury. Do not cut or tamper with the connectors of the airbag system deactivated. The airbags deflate immediately afterwards. airbag harness or on the airbag modules. If the vehicle has been stolen or there has been The driver and passenger are both Do not cover the steering wheel and the an attempted theft, have the airbag system advised not to travel handling padded panel on the dashboard on the checked by the Ferrari Service Network. objects (beverage cans or bottles, pipes, passenger’s side with adhesive tape or treat it The airbag modules must be etc.) placed on the airbag module covers or in any way. replaced at the intervals indicated near them, as they could be thrown towards Never remove the steering wheel; if necessary, in the “Warranty and Service Book”, even the occupants by the inflating bag, with the have this done only by the Ferrari Service if the vehicle has not been involved in a risk of extremely hot gas leakages. Network. collision. When the system starts operating, gases are All the airbag system components must be released in the form of fumes together with the replaced after an accident that has caused gas used for inflating the airbags. airbag activation. These gases are not harmful. Following an accident not involving airbag activation, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked and any system components that may be damaged or malfunctioning replaced. 56

2 - About your vehicle The label located on the right-hand sun Manual deactivation of the passenger- visor, next to the courtesy mirror, shows side airbag the expiry date of the airbag system. When If a child is to be transported in the this expiry date approaches, contact the front passenger seat, always deactivate Ferrari Service Network in order to the passenger-side airbag before fitting have the system replaced. the child seat. The device is disabled by The labels indicate the presence of the operating (with the ignition key) the airbag system. relevant key switch located on the right- hand side of the dashboard. The switch is accessible only when the door is open. It is strictly prohibited to transport The key switch has two positions: children in rearward-facing - ON: passenger airbag active and LED on child seats if the passenger airbag is the roof panel off: it is strictly prohibited not deactivated. For passenger airbag to fit a child seat and transport children deactivation on vehicles equipped with this on the passenger seat. device, see the next chapter. - OFF: passenger airbag deactivated On vehicles not equipped with the manual and LED on the roof panel on; a child airbag deactivation system, children may seat can be fitted and children can be not be transported in rearward-facing child transported on the passenger seat. seats fitted on the passenger seat. Children under the age of 12 may not travel on the front seats. 57

The LED remains on until the passenger Passenger compartment The glove compartment is illuminated by an airbag is reactivated. accessories internal light which turns on automatically When the passenger door is open, the when its door is opened. Glove compartment key can be inserted or removed in both Located on the dashboard on the positions. passenger’s side, it is always accessible with Deactivate the passenger airbag only the key in position II. when you need to carry a child in a To access the compartment, press the child seat and reactivate it at the end of the button. journey. This way, the passenger sitting in the seat previously occupied by a child is protected by the airbag. On the inside of the door, there is a compartment containing the vehicle documents envelope, and a torch for emergency use. Keep the glove compartment closed while driving. 58

2 - About your vehicle To close the compartment, push the upper Ashtray/Cigarette lighter The cigarette lighter is turned on by end of its door until you hear the central To gain access to the ashtray or to the pushing it fully in. After reaching the lock click. cigarette lighter, lift the cover backwards. required temperature, the cigarette lighter Underneath the dashboard, on the external is automatically released to its initial right-hand side of the glove compartment, position and is ready to be used. there is a cord for manual opening in emergencies. To clean the ashtray, remove it by pulling upwards. Do not use the cigarette lighter seat as a power socket for electrical devices, but use the dedicated socket only (see page 46). The cigarette lighter reaches very high temperatures. Handle it with care to avoid risk of burns and fire. 59

Sun visors Courtesy mirror The pocket-change compartment on the The sun visors can be lowered by moving On the back of the passenger-side visor front of the console is only present on them downwards. there is a courtesy mirror. vehicles with F1 gearbox. On the back of the driver-side visor there is a document pocket. Pocket-change compartments They are located on the lower side of the doors and on the centre console. Two map pockets are fitted on the back of the seats to hold newspapers, magazines etc. Do not put bulky and/or sharp objects in the map pockets as this may hinder the seat proper positioning. 60

2 - About your vehicle Internal lights Hands-free microphone Engine compartment lid You can select when the dome light should (optional) Opening come on with the switch on the roof panel: The hands-free microphone is positioned • Pull the release lever located on the door on when the doors are closed. on the roof panel, next to the dome light. pillar, on the driver’s side. It is operational only in vehicles with off. Bluetooth™ (optional). automatically on when the doors are For further information, please refer to the unlocked for about 10 seconds, and “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” owner’s manual. when one of the doors is opened for about 3 minutes. After closing the doors, the dome light will remain on until the engine is started or, however, no longer than 20 seconds. • Lift the engine compartment lid. The lid is held in position by two gas struts. 61

Closing • Lower the lid until it is about 20 centimetres from the closed position, then let it drop. • Always check that it is properly closed. Emergency opening In the event of failure of the opening lever, pull the lever located in the fuel filler cap compartment (see page 37). 62

2 - About your vehicle Soft Top The soft top is operated by means of a 1 hydraulic system, driven by a pump and controlled by a set of sensors that monitor each stage of its movement. Do not keep the soft top open for long periods of time, especially if the vehicle is new, since the soft top canvas may become permanently creased and closing could become difficult. Do not open the soft top when it is wet or damp. Soft top main parts  Soft top  Roll-bar 2 63

Operating the soft top Always make sure, before activation and during motion, that people or things are at a safe distance from the soft top moving parts. Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. Soft top movable parts  Soft top unit  Fins  Cover  Flaps 7 6 4 3 4 5  Side windows 64

2 - About your vehicle Before opening the soft top, make sure that Do not leave the soft top in an intermediate the rear window is clean, in order to avoid position for more than 3 minutes, in order to scoring or scratching. avoid deactivating the hydraulic system. A Opening/closing Any movement of the soft top is indicated by This procedure must be performed the symbol B on the multi-function display. when you are properly seated in the Avoid activating the soft top opening/closing driver’s seat. system when the engine is off. To open/close the soft top, the following Automatic opening sequence conditions must be met: By pressing button A the movable parts • the ignition key must be in position II; start operating: • the engine compartment lid must be fully • the side windows lower fully (they closed; cannot be operated until the procedure • the vehicle should preferably be has been completed); stationary; if you are driving, the vehicle • the hydraulic safety hooks release the soft speed must be less than 5 km/h. top’s upper part and then close back; If these conditions are not met, pressing the • the flaps open; opening/closing control button will activate • the front side of the soft top and the fins an acoustic signal. raise; This signal is also activated if the battery • the cover opens and the soft top goes voltage is low (less than 10.6V) or the back into its housing bay; temperature of the hydraulic control system B • the cover and then the flaps close, the pump is too high (above 95° C). side windows raise. During this last stage, you can release button A (an acoustic Automatic closing sequence Using the controls signal will sound) and the operating By pressing button A the movable parts Press button A and hold it until the sequence can be considered completed. start operating: procedure is completed. If the button is released, the movable parts will stop and an • the side windows lower fully (they acoustic signal will be activated. cannot be operated until the procedure has been completed); To re-start the operation of the soft top, press button A once again and hold it down. • the flaps open; • the cover opens and the soft top comes out of its housing bay, allowing the cover to close; 65

• the front part of the soft top is brought only if the soft top is in a position that This is why the soft top seal, against air or forward and the fins are lowered; the system sensors can recognise; in water infiltrations from the windows, cannot • the hydraulic safety hooks latch the soft this condition, you must complete the be completely guaranteed in all conditions of top’s upper part; procedure (opening or closing), avoiding use. • the flaps close, the side windows raise. reversing the movement and helping the Slight infiltrations in some sealing areas are During this last stage, you can release system manually in the starting stage. If to be considered normal. button A and the operating sequence can this is not possible, you must complete the The vehicle should not be cleaned using be considered completed. procedure manually, carefully following automatic car wash systems, since the canvas the instructions on page 67 or, in the event and polycarbonate (rear window) may be Special warnings of difficulties, please contact the Ferrari damaged by the brushes. The soft top operation is interrupted Service Network to have the malfunction The high jet pressure could cause, in some (STOP) in the following cases: corrected. areas, infiltrations which otherwise would • when button A is released; 7 minutes after the soft top movement has not occur during normal use. • when the speed of 5 km/h is exceeded; been interrupted, it is possible to activate • when the engine compartment lid is the power windows. opened; Deactivation and subsequent repositioning • if the ignition key is removed; of the ignition key to position II will • if the battery voltage is low (below reactivate the power windows. 10.6V); This final operation must be performed • when the temperature of the hydraulic with the greatest care, as the windows could system control pump is too high (above interfere with some of the soft top parts. 95° C). Do not lift the engine compartment lid The interruption of the soft top movement during the STOP stage, as it could interfere is signalled, for 10 seconds., by an acoustic with the cover. signal. Loads and stresses, which vary depending The acoustic signal is also activated when on the use of the vehicle, may cause slight (with the soft top in STOP mode), a speed variations in the position of the doors or the of 30 km/h is exceeded. soft top frame. 3 minutes after the soft top movement has been interrupted, the system will be deactivated. In this case, you can resume the opening/ closing procedure by pressing button A, 66

2 - About your vehicle Soft top emergency closing A T wrench; Do not perform these operations B square head socket; using your hands, as your fingers To close the soft top properly in an C cross-head screwdriver. could get crushed. emergency situation, two people are required in some stages; as a consequence, and also considering the complexity of this C operation, we recommend that you contact B 1 A a Ferrari Service Network Centre. They A will identify and correct the problem that does not allow the soft top to close normally using the control button. If this is not possible, use the greatest care when performing the emergency closing procedures, as your hands could get trapped in the soft top movable components. During the closing stages, Even if the images illustrate only one side of the soft top must never be operated using the vehicle, they are are valid for both sides. the control button. To avoid accidental Carefully follow the below procedures, activation, remove the ignition key before paying attention to the reported sequence: beginning the operations. Park the vehicle in a sufficiently spacious area, at a distance Operating sequence 2 from other vehicles. • Open the engine compartment lid To perform the operations, you must use some • Using the T wrench A push the fork of the tools contained in the toolkit provided towards the front  of the piston that with the vehicle: moves the cover. C Using a cross-head screwdriver C, complete the operation on the fork by pushing it into place, using the  cover joint pin as a resting point: perform the same operation on both sides of the vehicle. 67

• Keep the cover pressed down on the points marked by the arrows and close 2a 1a the engine compartment lid. Two people are required to carry out D the operation, in order to avoid that the cover touches the lid due to uneven pressure. 3a 5 3 5 3 • Working in pair, stand on the two sides of the vehicle and, using both hands, first lift the rear end of the cover (1st) 4 then push it (2nd) and lift it towards the rear (3rd), until it has reached the • Working in the central area behind the • Detach the two motor cables, and pull maximum opening position. The toolkit roll-bar, underneath the covering D, them outwards. box, adequately protected, may be used follow the cable with your fingers , to support the cover in this position if until you reach the motor  that controls After closing, the cables will remain detached you do not have a suitable support. the side flaps. from the control motor, and the vehicle must be taken to a Ferrari Service Network • When you reach the end section of centre to have the controls checked and the retaining clip , push it upwards synchronised. to release it from the motor. Perform the same operation on both sides of the motor, remembering to keep the retaining springs. 68

2 - About your vehicle • Using the wrench A with socket B turn • Working on both sides of the vehicle at C the cable inside the flexible shaft for the the same time, lift the soft top from its LH flap control clockwise, while turning housing bay and, holding it as illustrated the RH one anticlockwise, until the side in the figure, tilt it forward. flaps are completely open . 2 1 A • Keep the cover pushed down in the closed position and lower the engine B compartment lid. When lifting the soft top, do not use the rear ends of the fins as a resting point as this could damage the kinematic mechanism. Try to synchronise the movements on both sides of the soft top, as far as possible, in order to avoid dangerous loads on the kinematic mechanism. • Remove the cover support and lower it 8 by pushing it as much as possible into the closed position. Using the cross-head screwdriver C and the pin  on the cover joint as a resting point, pull the fork-shaped end  of the piston moving the cover on both sides towards the rear. 69

• Remove the internal cover  from the • Fold back the front part of the soft top, • Finally, refit the internal cover  on the soft top frame cross member, taking it out and guide it until it reaches the closed front cross member of the soft top frame. of the retaining clips. position. After completing this operation, leave the soft top closed and go to the nearest Ferrari Service Network Centre to have the automatic system repaired so that it is fully functional and safe. Moving the soft top in 6 these conditions, using the control button or manually, may seriously damage the entire kinematic mechanism. • Fit the tip B of the T wrench A into the • Proceed with closing the hooks , device that controls the soft top retaining working from inside the vehicle and hooks and, turning the key anticlockwise, following the opening procedure in open the hooks fully . reverse order. Push the soft top on the hooks to ease their insertion into the latches on the windscreen cross-member. 7 A B 7 70

2 - About your vehicle Air conditioning and heating system  Fixed air vents for windscreen.  Fixed air vents for side windows.  Adjustable central and side vents.  Air vents for foot area.  Sun radiation sensor.  Outside temperature sensor.  Passenger compartment temperature sensor.  Air conditioning and heating system controls. The air conditioning and heating system allows the user to adjust the temperature 6 1 5 and humidity within the passenger compartment. 2 2 3 3 3 4 4 7 8 71

Operating modes Air conditioning control switch Temperature selection control Automatic Released Sets the desired temperature in This mode automatically adjusts humidity The air conditioner is on. the passenger compartment. and ventilation according to the selected The air is cooled and/or only The end positions activate the temperature. dehumidified according to the functions LO and HI (minimum Manual selected temperature. and maximum air temperature). This mode allows manual adjustment using Pressed (stop) Fan speed control the controls. The air conditioner is off. It has two operating modes: Functions and controls Automatic  Air conditioning control. The air flow is controlled by the  Air distribution control. electronic system according to Air distribution control  Temperature selection control. the selected temperature to be It has three operating modes: reached and maintained.  Fan speed control. Automatic Manual  Air recirculation switch. The air flow distribution is The position ( ) turns the air controlled by the electronic conditioning off and permits only system depending on the intake of outside air when the 10 13 11 9 12 ambient conditions and the vehicle is moving. selected temperature. The four setting positions allow Manual the occupants to select the air The air flow is directed towards flow rate. four different areas. Fast demisting/defrosting Activates demisting and/or defrosting of the windscreen and the side windows. 72

2 - About your vehicle Air recirculation switch Adjusting the air vents Released A Air flow direction adjustment The air flow comes from the B Air flow rate. outside. Turned anticlockwise: open. When outside temperatures exceed 25°C, Turned clockwise: closed. the air recirculation function remains on with a 1-minute pause every twenty minutes, to refresh the air. B A Pressed (recirculation) The air flow comes from inside the passenger compartment. The recirculation increases air heating or cooling. Prolonged use is not advisable. Once the internal temperature has stabilised at the desired level, you are Maintenance advised not to change the position of The pollen filter must be replaced every the selection switch unless the external year, as indicated in the “Maintenance temperature changes drastically. Schedule”. A change in the position of the temperature Sun radiation sensor selection switch will involve a difference The sensor is positioned on the instrument between temperature inside the passenger panel and optimises ventilation and compartment and the air coming out of temperature control in the passenger the vents. This difference will gradually compartment, depending on the incidence decrease as the system works at full, of the sun rays. stabilised speed. 73


3 - Driving your vehicle Running-in __________________________ 76 Before a trip _________________________ 76 While driving ________________________ 76 Starting and driving the vehicle (F1 gearbox) _______________________ 77 Starting and driving the vehicle (Mechanical gearbox) ________________ 82 Parking _____________________________ 83 Parking manoeuvre ___________________ 83 Safe driving _________________________ 85 Respecting the environment ___________ 90 75

Running-in Before a trip While driving State-of-the-art production methods allow Preliminary checks Always drive carefully and never exceed the high precision in the construction and Check the following at regular intervals and maximum engine speed indicated by the coupling of components. Nonetheless, always before long trips: red area on the revolution counter. the moving parts need to be bedded in, • tyre pressure and conditions In normal conditions, all the red and amber especially in the first hours of driving the light indicators for the suspension and CST • levels of fluids and lubricants vehicle. systems on the multi-function display must • state of the windscreen wiper blades Engine and transmission be off; when on, these LEDs indicate a • proper functioning of the warning lights malfunction in the corresponding system. Avoid exceeding 5000 RPM for the first and external lights. 1000 km. Ensure proper functioning of the various It is in any case advisable to perform these devices by checking the relevant control After starting, do not exceed 4000 RPM checks at least every 800 km and to always until the engine has warmed up sufficiently gauges. follow the Maintenance Schedule. (water temperature: 65÷70°C). Continuing to drive when a red It is also advisable to: warning light is on could cause Do not let the engine run at a constantly • clean the glass covers of the external serious damage to the vehicle and affect high speed for a prolonged time. lights and all the glass surfaces; performance. • properly adjust the mirrors, steering After driving in SPORT or RACE mode, wheel, seats and seat belts. let the engine idle for several minutes Capacities before stopping it in order to stabilise the Use unleaded fuel only! temperatures. Using leaded fuel would permanently Do not coast downhill with the damage the catalytic converters. engine off, since the servo brake, For specifications and quantities of without vacuum, does not function and, lubricants and fluids, follow the information after braking several times, the system loses reported in the “Capacities” table on page nearly all its efficiency. 14. 76

3 - Driving your vehicle Starting and driving the If the failure warning light continues engaged or disengaged; therefore, request vehicle (F1 gearbox) flashing without going off, turn off N and then the desired gear. the system and restart. If the failure persists, If a horizontal dash appears on the Turning on the system contact an Authorised Ferrari Service display, there is a system failure. When turning the ignition key to position Centre to have the necessary checks When the engine is off, you can engage 1st, II all the segments of the gear display on performed. reverse R and neutral N. Holding the brake the instrument panel are activated and lit If the warning light stays on, it means that pedal down, you must proceed as follows: up, the failure warning light comes on and, there is a system failure; this condition will if no faults are found, goes off after a few N: pull both the levers located behind the also be signalled by a buzzer when the steering wheel. seconds. ignition key is turned to position II. Contact the Ferrari Service Network to DOWN UP have the malfunction identified and repaired. Operation with the engine off The default setting for the F1 gearbox is always “AUTO” mode. Every time the vehicle is started, the F1 gearbox is in “AUTO easy exit” mode, unless the gearbox was in “AUTO” mode when the engine was turned off (see page 80). To exit the “AUTO easy exit” mode, operate either the UP or DOWN shift levers (when The gear currently engaged will remain the vehicle is moving) or press the AUTO highlighted on the display. button on the centre console. The pump may also run for a few seconds Once the “System start-up” stage has been when the driver’s door is opened. This completed, the gear engaged will appear on function makes it possible to have the system the display: ready when the ignition key is inserted. N (Neutral) The failure warning light may also flash briefly (10 sec.) and then turn off: the system R (Reverse gear) completes the “start-up” phase and then starts 1 (1st gear) correctly. Avoid giving any commands to the 2 (2nd gear), etc. system during this stage. If the indication flashes (may also occur in N) it means that the gear is not perfectly 77

R: press button R on the central console. Starting the engine If the engine does not start, turn the key Hold button R down, until the letter • Ensure that the handbrake is engaged back to position 0and wait for the gear R appears on the display. and that the doors are closed. display to go off before retrying. • It is advisable to keep the brake pedal Hold the brake pedal down while pressed when starting the engine. starting the engine. • Do not push the accelerator pedal. If the engine fails to start after several R attempts, check for one of the following • Turn the key to position II and wait for the words Check OK to appear on causes: the multi-function display. If the words • insufficient starter motor speed (flat Check OK do not appear, turn the key battery) back to position 0, wait a few seconds • ignition device faulty and retry. • faulty electrical contacts • The vehicle is always started in “AUTO • fuel pump fuses blown. easy exit” mode, unless it was turned off Warming up the engine 1st gear: pull the UP lever towards the with the gearbox in “AUTO” mode. Do not run the engine at high speeds until steering wheel. • Press the ENGINE START button and the engine oil temperature has reached at Release the UP and DOWN levers and the release it as soon as the engine starts. least 65÷70 °C approximately. button R soon after the gear engaged is shown Driving the vehicle on the display. A prolonged manoeuvre would With the engine started, the vehicle cause the failure warning light to come on standing and the brake pedal pushed, (see page 33) and an acoustic signal to sound. pull the right-hand UP lever towards the Do not operate the system with the engine off steering wheel in order to engage 1st gear. to prevent discharging the battery. Use 1st gear for parking or uphill Avoid needless shifting of gears with the starting. engine off to prevent overheating the pump. Release the brake pedal and press the If the engine compartment lid is open or not accelerator to start off. properly closed, no gear can be engaged. As soon as a gearshift is requested (when When the vehicle is stationary, with the the vehicle is moving) using the UP or driver-side door open or not properly • After the engine has been started, the DOWN shift levers, the system will exit the closed and the brake pedal released, the words Check OK will appear. “Auto easy exit” mode. system disengages the gear engaged after Do not hold the ENGINE START button approximately two seconds. pressed down for a long time. 78

3 - Driving your vehicle With the engine on and the vehicle • open the door without pushing the brake UPshifting standing, you can change directly from 1st pedal or the accelerator; Operate the right-hand UP lever without to R by pressing button R on the central • open the engine compartment lid. releasing the accelerator pedal. console, and from reverse to 1st gear by The buzzer may also sound to warn An UPshift request is not accepted when pulling the UP lever towards the steering the driver that the clutch is starting engagement of the requested gear will wheel. to overheat. This may occur when using force the engine to run at low speed or if an When the reverse gear is engaged, an acoustic the accelerator pedal when the vehicle is UPshift is already in progress due to engine safety signal beeps intermittently for the entire stopped on a hill or during the “pick-up” overrevving. time that R remains engaged. manoeuvre. Gearshifting will be increasingly faster as If in shifting from R to 1st gear, the system In these cases, release the accelerator pedal the performance requested by the driver automatically engages 2nd gear, which and use only the brake pedal to stop the increases, i.e. as both the engine RPM and may mean that 1st gear has jammed. This vehicle or, where possible, “force” it to the travel of the accelerator pedal increase. is not a malfunction, but part of the system move without hesitation. In any event, it is advisable to: operating logic. For the same reason, when Important • Change gears without releasing the shifting from 1st gear to R, the system • When the vehicle is standing with a gear accelerator pedal if it is pressed. will automatically engage N if the gear is engaged, always hold the brake pedal • Wait until one gearshift has been jammed. pushed down until you are ready to completed before requesting the next If the vehicle stands still for long periods of leave. one, thereby avoiding multiple requests time with the engine running, it is advisable • Do not “rev the engine” using the in rapid succession. to keep the gearshift in N. accelerator pedal when you start off. DOWNshifting If you allow the vehicle to move forward in • Request reverse only when the vehicle N (e.g. on downhill stretches), when UP is Operate the left-hand DOWN lever without has completely stopped and with the releasing the accelerator pedal. requested, the system will engage a gear in brake pedal pushed down. relation to the vehicle speed. A DOWNshift request is not accepted if If the vehicle is stopped on an uphill stretch, engagement of the requested gear will For safety reasons, the system activates the do not use the “pick-up manoeuvre” to keep buzzer and automatically shifts to N when force the engine beyond a certain speed, the vehicle stationary but only the brake, and depending on the gear requested, or if a you do any of the following with the vehicle push the accelerator pedal only when you are standing, the engine running and a gear DOWNshift is already in progress due to a ready to leave. low engine RPM. engaged: If the accelerator pedal is depressed rapidly In any event, it is advisable to: • not push the brake pedal or the with the CST system off, the vehicle will accelerator for more than 50 seconds; • Shift gears without releasing the do a “performance” start with considerable accelerator pedal if it is pushed. • push the brake pedal for more than 10 skidding of the driving wheels, even in minutes; good grip conditions. 79

• If a DOWNshift is requested in order to Turning off the engine and the system Other system functions start overtaking where rapid acceleration The engine can be turned off either with “Automatic gearshift” mode is required, push the accelerator pedal the gearshift in N or a gear engaged. This mode is activated by pressing the just before moving the lever. After turning the ignition key from position AUTO button on the central console. • Wait until one gearshift has been II to position 0, the display will remain on completed before requesting the next for a few more seconds to display the gear one, thereby avoiding multiple requests engaged. If the gearshift is in N, a buzzer in rapid succession. will sound. RPM adjustment during gearshifting Do not start the vehicle before the Under racing-style driving conditions display has turned off. (engine over 3000 RPM), the RPM rate is Never leave the vehicle with the gearshift adjusted automatically during gearshifting. in N but engage a gear (1st or R), check This is even more apparent as engine speed that the display does not flash and always increases. engage the handbrake. Never leave the “N” (Neutral) request vehicle with the engine running. If necessary, N can be requested at any Do not remove the key when the vehicle Activation is signalled by the word AUTO speed. is moving! The system and the display will appearing on the gear display, on the Subsequently, if UP shifting is requested, remain active, but malfunctioning, until instrument panel. the system will engage the gear most suited the vehicle stops. In addition, the steering to the speed of the vehicle. wheel will lock automatically with the first rotation of the steering wheel. Stopping the vehicle In this case, the failure warning light When the vehicle stops, the system will illuminate, (see page 33) and before automatically engages 1st gear (unless N starting off again, the system and the has been requested before). display must be turned off and the “Start- With the vehicle stopped and the engine up” procedure repeated. running, hold the brake pedal down until In any event, it is advisable to: you are ready to start off again. • Turn off the engine and the system holding the brake pedal pushed down. • Not request a gearshift while the system The system will automatically shift the gears is turning off. UP and DOWN according to the vehicle speed, the engine RPM and the torque/ 80

3 - Driving your vehicle power requested by the driver. In “AUTO easy exit” mode, if you operate In these conditions, the letter L will flash on When the vehicle is stationary, a N, 1st gear the UP and DOWN shift levers (when the gear display. The driver can accelerate or R request will not result in a change from the vehicle is moving) the system will exit holding the brake pedal pushed down and “Automatic” to “Normal”. “AUTO” mode to switch to “Manual” mode. the vehicle stationary, until the desired The “Automatic” mode can only be exited If you then request “AUTO” mode by RPM for the standing start is reached by operating the AUTO control button. pressing the AUTO button, the system (typically the maximum torque RPM). On In the “Automatic” mode, if you operate the will use all the “Automatic” gearshifting releasing the brake pedal, the best standing UP and DOWN levers, the system allows features. start performance is achieved thanks to a shifting gears using the lever, but it will “Launch Control” strategy for performance clutch engagement strategy optimised for then go back to the “Automatic” mode. starting that RPM. With the aim of optimising standing starts, Push start “AUTO easy exit” mode The vehicle is always started in “AUTO easy under performance conditions, the F1 In the event that the ignition system exit” mode, unless it was turned off with the gearbox system is equipped with a “launch malfunctions, you can “push start” the gearbox in “AUTO” mode. control” system. This strategy is activated vehicle as follows: Activation is signalled by the word when the following conditions are met • run the “system start-up” procedure (see auto appearing on the gear display, on the simultaneously: page 77); instrument panel. - 1st gear engaged • as the vehicle picks up speed, request an - brake pedal pushed UP shift with the gearshift in N. - mode active; This procedure should be avoided unless there - L.C. button pressed. is an emergency situation! Restarting the engine In the event that the engine is turned off accidentally, restart it using the relevant button (see page 78) turning the key to 0 and then to II (On): the engine will start immediately. The system will automatically shift the gears UP and DOWN according to the vehicle speed, the engine RPM and the torque/ power requested by the driver. 81

Starting and driving Warming up the engine the vehicle (Mechanical Do not run the engine at speeds higher than gearbox) 4000 RPM until the engine oil temperature has reached at least 65-70°C. Starting the engine Before starting the engine, make sure that Driving the vehicle the alarm system and all electrical devices When the engine has started: with high power absorption are turned off. • Fully depress the clutch pedal and put • Check that the handbrake is engaged. the gearshift lever into 1st gear. • Put the gearshift lever into neutral. Use 1st gear for parking and for hill starts. 5 • Completely release the handbrake. 3 If the engine does not start, turn the key 1 6 • Slowly release the clutch pedal while back to position 0 before repeating the 4 gradually accelerating. 2 procedure. R • After the engine has started, the words • Then proceed to engage the other gears, Check OK will be displayed. If the words fully depressing the clutch pedal and Check OK do not appear, turn the key moving the gearshift lever into the next back to position 0, wait a few seconds position. When shifting down, be careful and retry. not to exceed the maximum permitted If the engine fails to start after several engine RPM (indicated on the revolution attempts, check for one of the following counter in the red area). • Fully depress the clutch pedal without causes: • Engage reverse gear only with the vehicle pushing the accelerator. • insufficient starter motor speed (flat stationary. Push the gearshift lever down battery) and then move it left and back. • Turn the key to position II: and wait for the words Check OK to appear on the • ignition device faulty multi-function display. • faulty electrical contacts • Press the ENGINE START button and • fuel pump fuses blown. release it as soon as the engine starts. Do not hold the ENGINE START button down for a long time. 82

3 - Driving your vehicle Parking Parking manoeuvre During parking manoeuvres, the sensors provide the driver with information on the Engage the handbrake, put the gearshift lever To assist the driver during parking distance between the vehicle and obstacles into 1st whether parking uphill or downhill, manoeuvres, the vehicle can come equipped found in front of or behind it. turn the wheels and turn off the engine (valid with four sensors housed in the front and for all versions, both with mechanical and F1 rear bumper. The information on the presence and gearbox). distance of the obstacle is given to the driver by means of a series of beeps, which As the 1st gear is the most reduced, it is are emitted with increasing frequency as more suited to use the engine as a brake. the obstacle gets closer. When parking on a steep slope, use a wedge The acoustic warning generated by the or rock to block the wheels. system adds to the driver’s field of vision, Never leave the ignition key in position II. allowing him/her to avoid hitting any Always remove the key when getting out of obstacles during manoeuvres. the vehicle. The driver is in any case always Never leave children unattended in responsible for parking and other the vehicle. potentially dangerous manoeuvres. The Do not park the vehicle on flammable system has in fact been designed only as aid materials (e.g., paper, grass, dry leaves, during parking manoeuvres, since it allows etc.). They could catch fire if they come the driver to detect obstacles outside his/ into contact with hot parts of the exhaust her field of vision. system. The front and rear sensors of the parking Do not leave the engine running with the system are automatically activated when vehicle unattended. the key is turned to position II (On), when reversing. When reverse gear is engaged, a beep warns the driver that the system is active. For the system to operate correctly, the sensors positioned on the bumpers must be kept clean (remove any mud, dirt, snow or ice). 83

The front sensors can be activated by Cleaning the sensors If the obstacle is located in a lateral pressing the button on the panel to the When cleaning the sensors, take the utmost position, it will be detected at distances of left of the steering wheel; when the front care not to scratch or damage them; less than 0.8 m. sensors are activated, the LED integrated therefore, do not use dry, rough or hard in the button turns on. To deactivate the cloths. sensors, press the button again. The sensors must be washed with clean water, possibly with car shampoo added. In car-washes which use steam jet or high pressure cleaning machines, keep the nozzle at least 10 cm away from the sensors. Bumper repainting or touching up the paintwork in the sensor areas may exclusively be carried out by the Ferrari Service Network. Incorrect paint application could affect the parking sensor operation. Sensor range When reverse gear is disengaged, the rear The sensors allow the system to monitor the sensors are deactivated while the front front and rear of the vehicle; in fact, they sensors remain active until a speed of about are positioned so as to cover the central 15 km/h is exceeded. and lateral areas at the front and rear of the When the sensors are activated, the system vehicle. begins to beep as soon as an obstacle is In the event of an obstacle located in a detected and the beep frequency increases central area, it will be detected at distances as the obstacle gets closer. of less than 1.50 m, depending on the type When the obstacle is at a distance of less of obstacle and its dimensions. than 40 cm from the bumper, a continuous beep is emitted. The warning beep stops immediately if the distance between the vehicle and the obstacle increases. 84

3 - Driving your vehicle Fault signals During parking manoeuvres, always be Safe driving The system ECU tests all the components extremely careful with obstacles that might For safe travelling, it is essential that each time the ignition key is turned to be located above or below the sensors. In the driver be aware of the best driving position II. particular, low-lying (e.g. curbs, stone posts), techniques suited to various circumstances. The sensors and the respective electrical broken (e.g. wire mesh fences, hedges), thin (e.g. poles, lampposts) or suspended obstacles To help the driver safely handle stretches connections are then constantly checked with different grip conditions, without throughout system operation. (e.g. bars/overhead doors) may in certain conditions not be detected by the system and excessively reducing driving performance In the event of failure of the parking sensor and comfort, the five-position switch on system, the driver is warned with a beep. hence damage the vehicle or the obstacles. the steering wheel can be used to select the In this case, stop the vehicle and turn the The signals transmitted by the sensors can best setting of the vehicle in any condition ignition key to position 0 (Stop). Then try also be altered by damage to the sensors or (see page 89). cleaning the sensors or moving the vehicle by dirt, snow or ice on the sensors or even by ultrasound systems (e.g. pneumatic Always try to prevent dangerous situations away from any possible ultrasound sources by driving with caution. (e.g. pneumatic truck brakes or pneumatic truck brakes or pneumatic hammers) in the hammers) and turn the ignition key back vicinity. to position II. In this way, if the cause of The driver is in any case always the operating fault has been corrected, responsible for parking and other the system resumes full operation and the potentially dangerous manoeuvres. During warning beep goes off. these manoeuvres, always make sure that Should this not occur, contact the Ferrari there are no persons (especially children) Service Network to have the system or animals in the manoeuvring area. The checked even if it continues working. In parking sensors must be considered as an fact, if the failure detected by the ECU does aid to the driver who, in any case, must not affect operation, the system continues never take less care during potentially working and the malfunction is stored dangerous manoeuvres, even if they are so that it can be checked by the Ferrari performed at low speeds. Service Network during a subsequent inspection. 85

Before you drive If the vehicle was used in the RACE When travelling - Adjust the position of the seat, steering or mode, the RACE mode - Caution is the number one rule for safe wheel and rear view mirrors, in order to will remain active until the next start, and driving, which also means you should obtain the best driving position. this may be dangerous under poor grip take other people’s behaviour into - Adjust the backrest so that the chest is conditions. consideration. upright and the head is as close to the Always fasten the seat belts and adjust - Follow the Road Regulations of the headrest as possible. them properly. Correct use of the seatbelts country in which you are driving, and - Carefully adjust the headrest so that the can markedly reduce the risk of injury, always respect the speed limit. head, and not the neck, is resting against including serious injury, should an accident - Strictly comply with the road signs and it. Ensure that nothing (e.g., mat covers, occur. road regulations (both national and etc.) is blocking the pedals. At regular intervals, check the following: local) of the country in which you are - Check that the lights and headlights are - Tyre inflation pressure and condition. driving. working properly. - Engine oil level. - Always check that you and the passenger - Check proper functioning of the acoustic - Engine coolant level and cooling system have your seat belts fastened; children and visual warning devices. condition. must be seated in the required child seat - Ensure that any child restraint systems - Brake fluid level. in vehicles equipped with the device for (child seats, cradles etc.) are properly manual deactivation of the passenger - Hydraulic steering system fluid level. fixed on the passenger seat. airbag. - Windscreen washer fluid level. - To prevent objects being thrown - Good physical fitness will allow you to forwards in the event of sudden braking, safely travel long distances. In any case, place them in the luggage compartment. take regular breaks to loosen up your - Your reflexes are quicker if you eat lightly limbs and refresh yourself, and avoid before driving: avoid heavy meals before driving for hours on end. a trip. Drunk driving, or driving under the - Do not drink alcoholic drinks before and influence of drugs or certain medicines during the journey. is extremely dangerous for yourself and others. - Check that the driving mode switch is positioned on the desired driving mode. Taking certain medicines, alcohol, drugs or psychotropic substances is extremely dangerous for yourself and others as it considerably increases the risk of accidents. Travelling without your seat belt fastened increases the risk of serious injury and 86

3 - Driving your vehicle death in the event of a collision. Always Driving at night Driving in the rain fasten the seat belts, including those of the When you are travelling at night, follow Rain and wet roads can cause hazardous child seats. these fundamental rules: situations. Deactivate the passenger airbag (where - Reduce speed, particularly on dark roads. All manoeuvres are more difficult on a wet possible) if transporting a child in a child - Driving conditions are more demanding road as the tyres have significantly less grip seat fixed on the passenger seat. at night, so take particular care. on the road. This means that the braking It is strictly prohibited to fit a child seat - If you start feeling tired or sleepy, stop distances increase considerably and road- in vehicles not equipped with the device immediately: to continue driving would holding decreases. for manual deactivation of the passenger be a risk for yourself and for others. Below is some advice for driving in the rain: airbag. Resume your trip only after a good rest. - Position the selector on the steering Do not travel with objects lying around on - At night, it is difficult to judge the speed wheel on “Low Grip” mode. the floor, especially in front of the driver’s of vehicles in front of you as you can only - Keep a greater safety distance between seat: in the event of braking, these could see their taillights: keep at a greater safety yourself and the other vehicles and slide under the pedals, making it impossible distance than you would during the day. reduce your speed. to brake or accelerate. Additionally, ensure - Use the high beams only outside of - When it is raining very hard, visibility that any loose floor mats sit correctly. urban areas and when you are sure that is also reduced. In these cases, to make Water, ice and salt spread on icy roads may they will not disturb other drivers. yourself more visible to others, turn on deposit on the brake discs and reduce the - Turn off the high beams when you see the low beams even during the day. efficiency of the initial braking. oncoming vehicles and use the low - Do not drive through puddles at high - Keep a constant air circulation in the beams. speeds as you do not know how deep passenger compartment. - Keep the taillights and headlights clean. they may be: travelling through a puddle - Never drive downhill in neutral with the - Watch out for animals crossing the road at high speed can result in losing control engine off: in these conditions the engine when travelling outside urban areas. of the vehicle (aquaplaning): hold the brake, the power steering and the brake steering wheel firmly. servo do not work and therefore, steering - Use the ventilation system to defog the will be harder. windscreen (see page 72), and to avoid visibility problems. - Periodically check the conditions of the windscreen wiper blades. 87

Driving in fog Driving on mountain roads Driving on snowy or icy roads - Whenever possible, avoid setting off if - Position the selector on the steering Below is some advice for driving in these the fog is thick. If you have to drive in wheel to “Low Grip” or SPORT mode, conditions: misty conditions, or if there is thick fog depending on the grip conditions. - Position the selector on the steering or fog banks, follow these rules: - To prevent the brakes from overheating wheel to “ICE” mode. - Position the selector on the steering when driving downhill, use the engine to - Keep a very moderate speed. wheel to “Low Grip” mode. brake by engaging a lower gear. - Keep a safe distance from the vehicles in - Keep a moderate speed. - Never coast downhill in neutral or front of you. - Turn on the low beams, even during the with the engine off, and never with the - Fit snow tyres approved for the vehicle. day, and use the rear and front fog lights. ignition key removed from the steering - Given the poor grip, use the engine brake Avoid using the high beams. column. as much as possible and avoid sudden On stretches where visibility is good, turn - Drive at a moderate speed and do not braking. off the rear fog light as it is very bright and “cut” corners. - Avoid sudden acceleration and sharp may be annoying for the occupants of the - Remember that overtaking uphill is changes in direction. vehicles behind you. slower and requires a longer free stretch - During the winter season, even - Remember that fog makes the road of road. If you are overtaken when apparently dry roads can have icy damp and therefore all manoeuvres are driving uphill, ensure that the other sections. Therefore, be careful when more difficult and, what is more, braking vehicle can pass easily. driving along stretches of road in the distances increase. shade as there may be icy patches. - Considerably increase the safety distance to the vehicle in front of you. - As far as possible, avoid suddenly changing speed and direction. - As far as possible, avoid overtaking. - Pull off the road and stop only if strictly necessary (because of a breakdown or if you cannot continue owing to poor visibility). Then turn on the hazard lights and, if possible, the low beams. On approaching another vehicle, sound the horn rhythmically. 88

3 - Driving your vehicle Driving with the “ABS” braking system Driving using the driving mode switch The “Low grip” mode ensures The ABS system provides the following The driving mode switch on the steering stability on both dry and wet roads. It is advantages: wheel allows the driver to use the vehicle advisable to use this mode in low-grip - It prevents the wheels from locking and potential in a quick and easy way. conditions (e.g., rain) or on slippery skidding during emergency braking, or particularly uneven roads. In this particularly in low-grip conditions. configuration, unlike the previous one, the - It allows braking and changing direction driver is left the choice to drive the vehicle at the same time. This feature is affected using the gearbox as desired. Suspension by the physical limits and lateral grip of damping is optimized in order to provide the tyres. the best possible driving comfort and the - When the ABS is activated, you will CST remains set to the previous level. feel a slight pulsing of the brake pedal The SPORT mode is the basic during emergency braking or in low-grip driving mode for the vehicle and provides conditions. Do not release the pedal but the best compromise between stability continue to push it to give continuity to and performance. This position ensures the braking action. There are five modes available, which stability only in medium- to high-grip - The ABS prevents the wheels from correspond to the grip level (from low conditions and not in low-grip conditions locking, but it does not increase the to high) and consequently to the level of (in which case it would be better to return physical limits of grip between the tyres driving assistance required (from high to to the previous position). In this mode, and the road: keep a safe distance from none). the vehicle maximum performance can be the vehicles ahead and reduce speed experienced on open roads. For this reason, In the ICE mode, performance is before curves. the suspension damping level is shifted to a reduced in favour of maximum stability, higher one, so as to enhance performance, which is essential for driving on roadways handling and stability at high speeds. with very low grip (e.g., snow or ice). Also the CST is shifted to a different level Traction stability control (CST) is at the (Level 2), giving the driver greater freedom maximum level (Level 1). The vehicle without excessively reducing engine runs extremely “smoothly”. On vehicles performance (for this reason, stability is not equipped with F1 gearbox, automatic ensured on low-grip roadways). gearshifting is disabled at high engine speeds and wheel-locking is prevented even on ice. 89

The RACE mode must only be Respecting the environment used on race tracks. On vehicles equipped We are all responsible for respecting and with F1 gearbox, gearshifting is faster so protecting the environment. as to reduce the time involved as much as Ferrari has designed and constructed a possible. The CST shifts to Level 3 (engine vehicle using technologies, materials and load will only be limited as far as necessary) devices to reduce the harmful impact on the and the suspensions stiffen further. In this environment to a minimum. position, the driver can perceive that he/she It is important to keep the vehicle has full control of the vehicle, and the perfectly efficient by complying with the operation of all engine control systems will “Maintenance Schedule”. be reduced to a minimum. Stability is not ensured. As a further contribution towards protecting the environment, drive safely This is the position where the CST and act responsibly at all times. is deactivated. The vehicle stability is no longer controlled in any way, but it is completely in the hands of the driver. The only auxiliary systems still active are those that cannot be deactivated, such as the ABS and EBD. Also in this position, the electronic differential has a specific setting, which enhances the dynamic qualities of the vehicle in the absence of stability controls. The gearshift speed (on vehicles with F1 gearbox ) and damping control remain the same as in the previous position. 90

4 - In an emergency Toolkit ______________________________ 92 Replacing the wheels __________________ 94 Replacing a bulb ______________________ 96 Light bulbs _________________________ 100 Replacing a fuse _____________________ 100 Emergency ignition __________________ 106 Towing the vehicle ___________________ 107 Fuel cut-off inertia switch _____________ 108 91

Toolkit Useful accessories The kit is to be used to temporarily repair only In addition to the the tools provided with one tyre punctured by small objects: the kit may Toolkit bag the vehicle, the hazard warning triangle and not be useful in the case of large punctures or This is housed in the luggage compartment. fluorescent safety jacket should always be tearing. kept on board in order to signal hazardous Keep the kit in its box and out of situations in compliance with applicable children's reach. Do not inhale or legislation. swallow the fluid contained in the cartridge Emergency tyre repair and inflation kit and avoid contact with the skin and eyes. The repaired tyre must be replaced as soon as possible and the workshop personnel E must be informed that the tyre was treated D C with tyre repair fluid. The sealant contained in the cartridge in the tyre repair kit may damage the sensor fitted inside the wheel rim on vehicles equipped It contains the necessary tools to allow you with the tyre pressure monitoring system. to make a first repair in the event of a failure: In such cases, the sensor must always • set of flat wrenches be replaced by an Authorised Ferrari • insulated cutting pliers B A Service Centre. • screwdriver for Phillips/slotted screws • tow hook In the event of a puncture or low pressure of If the vehicle is equipped with a spare wheel, • set of spare bulbs and fuses a tyre, the kit can be used to repair and/or the tyre repair kit will not be provided in the • T wrench and square head socket for soft top. inflate the tyre sufficiently to continue the luggage compartment. journey safely. In the event of a tyre puncture, proceed as The kit includes a replaceable cartridge follows. A containing the puncture repair fluid, • Open the box and take out the an electric compressor B equipped with a compressor; remove the electrical cable pressure gauge C, a switch D and two unions with the connector F for the power for tyre repair and/or inflation. socket. After using the repair kit, the vehicle • Insert connector F into the power socket must however be considered to be on the centre console. in an emergency situation: drive with the greatest of caution (maximum permissible speed 80 Km/h - 50 mi./h). 92

4 - In an emergency • Inflate to the specified pressure (see page K 12). Replacing the puncture repair fluid H cartridge • Remove the terminal H from the union J on the cartridge and slide out the union F G for the transparent tube from the J compressor. • Rotate the cartridge A anticlockwise and lift it, slipping it off the base. Replace it with a genuine spare part. • Unscrew the valve cap of the punctured • Stop the compressor when the pressure • Insert the new cartridge A into the base tyre and screw the union G for the indicated on the pressure gauge C and push it until hearing it click into transparent tube on the valve. reaches the pressure specified for that place on the base. tyre (see page 12). • Turn it clockwise until it fits snugly into • Remove the union G and screw the cap place. back onto the valve. • Place the union G into its seat and fit the We recommend that you check the tyre lever terminal H onto the union J for the pressure on the gauge when the compressor is cartridge. off, in order to have a more precise reading. Do not activate the compressor for more than 20 minutes: risk of overheating! 2 The compressor has been designed for G inflation of one tyre only; do not use it to OPEN 1 inflate mattresses, rubber boats etc. 1 • Turn the ignition key to position II so The kit can also be used only to inflate a 2 CLOSE that the socket is powered, then activate tyre using the lever terminal H. the compressor by pressing the switch D. • Remove the terminal H from the union J A To inflate/repair the tyre successfully, the lever on the cartridge and insert it in the wheel terminal H must be fitted into the relevant valve. union J. • Lower the lever K and start the compressor. 93

Replacing the wheels Spare wheel (optional) Warning On request, the vehicle may come equipped • Always keep the spare wheel in perfect If one or more wheels need to be with a kit containing: working order, periodically checking that replaced, proceed as follows: • Spare wheel A with smaller tyre. The the inflation pressure is 4.2 bar. – Replace the wheel stud bolts with label B on the spare wheel indicates the • It must only be used for short trips, in damaged thread or taper. maximum permitted speed of 80 km/h emergencies. – Carefully clean the wheel stud bolts (50 mi./h). • When the spare wheel is fitted, never before fitting. • Additional toolkit C containing: jack and exceed the maximum speed of 80 km/h – Absolutely avoid lubricating the contact wrench to fasten the wheel stud bolts. (50 mi./h) and drive carefully, especially surfaces between the wheel stud bolt and around bends and when overtaking, the wheel rim, and between the wheel avoiding accelerating or braking rim and the brake disk. suddenly. In order not to remove the anti-grip • Do not exceed the approved weight treatment product, do not clean the wheel limits. rim tapers with solvents or aggressive • Do not fit snow chains on the spare products. wheel. • Never fit more than one spare wheel at a time. Failure to comply with these instructions could lead to loss of control of the vehicle and consequently damage to the vehicle and B injuries to the occupants. On vehicles equipped with tyre pressure C monitoring system, turn off the engine when you have a puncture. Start it again only after having fitted the spare wheel, in order to prevent that the system detects the spare wheel as a malfunction. A 94

4 - In an emergency Replacing a wheel If the jack is not positioned correctly, • Position the vehicle on a flat surface, the vehicle could slip off. engage 1st, gear and lock the rear wheels The jack supplied must only be used for by engaging the parking brake. replacing the wheels. • If necessary, turn on the hazard lights • Completely unscrew the five wheel stud and, after having put on the fluorescent bolts and remove the wheel. safety jacket, position the hazard triangle • Fit the spare wheel and screw the five at the required distance from the vehicle. wheel stud bolts back on. • Take the spare wheel and the tools out of • Lower the vehicle and remove the jack. the luggage compartment, releasing them • Fully tighten the stud bolts, alternately from the retaining belts. going from one stud bolt to the • Place the base of the jack on flat firm diametrically opposite one in the order ground, in position with one of the shown in the figure. jacking points on the underfloor as indicated in the figure by the arrows. • Loosen the five wheel stud bolts approximately half a turn each, using the wrench supplied. • As soon as possible, secure the stud bolts with the torque wrench, tightening them • Raise the vehicle carefully, using the jack, to a torque of 100 Nm. until the wheel is lifted off the ground. 95

The spare wheel is not equipped with Replacing a bulb For replacement, contact the Ferrari Service the tyre pressure monitoring sensor (see Network. label on spare wheel bag). Therefore, after Front lights For headlight aiming, contact the Ferrari fitting, the wheel is not monitored by the  Low beam/high beam Service Network. system, but it complies with International  Position light Replacing the front direction indicator and Regulation ECE R64/01. Once fitted, we  Front direction indicator position light bulb recommend that you go to the nearest  Side direction indicator To access the headlight bulbs, steer the centre of the Ferrari Service Network. wheels completely to the inside and remove After removing the spare wheel the inspection lid positioned on the front support, put the tools and the 3 4 part of the wheelhouse. replaced wheel back into the luggage 1 compartment. 2 Before replacing a bulb, always turn the ignition key to position 0 and check that the corresponding fuse is in full working order. • Make sure that the ignition key is in Low beams/high beams position 0. The low/high beams are fitted with high- voltage bi-xenon light bulbs. These bulbs require high voltage power. Avoid any operation with the ignition key in position II. 96

4 - In an emergency • Turn the bulb-holder A anticlockwise • Reposition the bulb holder in its seat and Replacing the side direction indicator bulb and remove it from its seat. turn it clockwise until it locks. • First remove the indicator plastic cover A • To access the position light bulb, remove and then the bulb holder B, being careful the protective cap C. not to damage the bodywork. • Remove the bulb holder D and slide it • Remove the bulb C taking it out of the out of its seat, bulb holder. • Remove the bulb E of the position light • Replace the bulb and refit the bulb and replace it. holder and then the plastic cover. A A • Remove the bulb B by pushing and C simultaneously turning it anticlockwise. D E • Reposition the bulb holder in its seat and refit the protective cap. C B A B • Fit the new bulb by pushing it into place in the bulb holder and turning it clockwise. 97

Taillights • Manually unclip the bulb holder pressing  Position and stop light the two side locking tabs.  Direction indicator  Rear fog light  Reverse light  Number plate light  Auxiliary stop light  Reflector 2 4 Replacing the auxiliary stop light bulbs For replacement, contact the Ferrari Service Network. • Remove the bulb from the bulb holder 6 and replace it. 1 3 Replacing other light bulbs Replacing the dome light bulb • Use a screwdriver to gently pry at the 7 5 point indicated and remove the dome light. Replacing the taillight bulbs For replacement, contact the Ferrari Service Network. Replacing the number plate light bulb • Undo the two fastening screws. • Remove the bulb holder and replace the bulb. • Refit the dome light. • Refit the bulb holder and screw down the two retaining screws. 98

4 - In an emergency Replacing the glove compartment light bulb Replacing the "door open" light bulbs Replacing the luggage compartment light • Using a screwdriver, gently pry at the bulb point indicated by the arrow and remove • Using a screwdriver, gently pry at the the bulb holder. point indicated by the arrow and remove the bulb holder. • Undo the two fastening screws. • Remove the bulb holder, detach the plastic cover and replace the bulb. • Replace the bulb and refit the bulb • Refit the bulb holder and tighten the two holder. retaining screws. • Replace the bulb and refit the bulb holder. 99

Light bulbs Replacing a fuse (12 V, except for high beam/low beam) When an electrical device is not working, Low beams/high beams gas-discharge DAS check that the corresponding fuse is intact. Front position lights incandescent 6W (H6W) A Fuse intact. Front direction indicator lights incandescent 21W B Fuse blown. Side direction indicator lights incandescent 4W (T4W) Rear position and stop lights incandescent 21/5W (P21/5W) A B Rear direction indicators/reverse lights incandescent 6W (H6W) Rear fog lights incandescent 21W Number plate lights incandescent 5W (R5W) Central dome light incandescent 10W Spot light incandescent 6W Glove compartment light incandescent 5W (W5W) Door open lights incandescent 3W Luggage compartment light incandescent 5W (W5W) If the problem persists, contact the Ferrari Service Network . When replacing a fuse, always use fuses of the same amperage (same colour). Spare fuses are found in the toolkit. 100

4 - In an emergency Use the pliers found in the toolkit to Location of the fuse and relay boxes Symbol legend remove the fuses. A Power fuses. +30 + permanent battery B Luggage compartment fuses. +15 + key operated C Fuses in passenger compartment, RH side (behind RH seat). D Fuses in passenger compartment, LH side (behind LH seat). E Megafuse, (behind the battery). Fuse Colour Ampere C Dark yellow A5 Brown A7.5 A Red A10 Light blue A15 Yellow A20 White A25 Green A30 Maxi Fuse Colour Ampere Yellow A20 Green A30 Orange A40 Red A50 D Blue A60 E B 101

A – Power fuses Fuses: B – Luggage compartment fuses and relays Positioned under the passenger footrest, maxi1 50A +30 RH Fan To access these components, remove the near the battery. To gain access: maxi2 50A +30 LH Fan protection panel and the box  covers . - undo the two retaining screws , slightly maxi3 50A +30 A.C. lifting the mat; maxi4 60A +30 front guard 2 maxi5 20A +30 alternator sensing 1 maxi6 60A +30 ABS/ASR/ESP maxi7 30A RH seat maxi8 30A LH seat If a power fuse has blown, contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked. 1 B - lower the battery protection panel; - remove the fuse box cover . + MAXI 1 MAXI 2 MAXI 3 MAXI 4 A MAXI 5 2 MAXI 6 Fuses (MINI): MAXI 7 AF1 15A High beams MAXI 8 AF2 25A Low beams AF3 7.5A RH high beam AF4 15A RH low beam A 102

4 - In an emergency AF5 7.5A Number plate lights, switch Relays: lights AR1 30A LH Fan C - Right-hand side passenger AF6 15A Taillights AR2 30A RH Fan compartment fuses and relays AF7 7.5A LH high beam AR3 30A Lid opening actuator To access them, remove the protection AF8 15A LH low beam AR4 30A Child safety panel and the  box covers. AF9 5A +30 Instrument panel, AR5 20A High beams Bluetooth™ ECU AR6 20A Low beams AF10 15A Horns AR7 20A Glove compartment AF11 — Position available AR8 — Glove compartment earth AF12 — Position available (Switch relay) AF13 30A Headlight washers AR9 20A Position lights AF14 30A Front engine compartment lid AR10 20A Parking lights actuator AR11 20A Number plate lights, switch AF15 5A +15 instrument panel, internal lights light timing ECU, child safety, AR12 20A Horns passenger airbag deactivation AF16 5A Front position lights Rear RH and LH AF17 15A Internal light, hazard indicator and direction indicator timing AF AF AF AF A F A F AR AR AR AR AF18 15A Glove compartment 4 3 2 1 AF AF AF AF 2 1 8 7 AF19 — Position available 8 7 6 5 B E B E AF20 5A Front position lights LH and AF AF AF AF AR AR AR AR rear RH 12 11 10 9 4 3 10 9 C AF AF AF AF C D C D 16 15 14 13 AF AF AF AF AR AR AR AR 1 20 19 18 17 6 5 12 11 B 103

Fuses (MINI): PDF17 15A Windscreen washer/ wipers Relays: PDF1 10A +15 RH Motronic, Pin 86 PDF18 15A +30 key PDR1 bosch on PDR8 and PDR9 relays PDF19 — Position available Immobilizer (spec. BOSCH PDF2 7.5A Rear fog lights PDF20 10A RH Timing variators switch) PDF3 7.5A External rear view mirror PDF21 7.5A +30 RH Motronic PDR2 30A Key-operated devices defroster PDF22 — Position available PDR3 30A Heated rear window/ rear PDF4 15A RH oxygen sensors PDF23 30A RH Motronic (main) view mirror defroster PDF5 15A Stop lights PDF24 10A +15 ABS - ASR - ESP PDR4 20A Rear fog lights PDF6 25A +30 Windscreen wipers PDF25 15A +30 fuel pump relay 1 PDR5 30A +30 Windscreen wipers PDF7 30A Heated rear window (PDR8) and fuel pump relay PDR6 20A +15 Windscreen wipers PDF8 10A Positive from main RH 2 (PDR9) PDR7 20A +Heated seats relay. (PDR10) PDF26 10A +87 Tyre pressure PDR8 20A RH fuel pump - speed 1 PDF9 20A +15 Radio, rear view mirror monitoring system (TPMS) (BOSCH) switch, fuel tank door, PDR9 20A RH fuel pump - speed 2 direction indicator switch, (BOSCH) cigarette lighter, parking PDR10 20A Main for RH Motronic sensors (BOSCH) PDF10 30A +30 radio, radio amplifier, parking sensors PDF11 — Position available A F A D PDR PDR PDF 4 PDF 3 PDF 2 PDF 1 PDR PDR PDF12 15A Air-flow meter, exhaust by- pass valve, anti-evaporation 2 1 8 7 PDF 8 PDF 7 PDF 6 PDF 5 diagnostic pump, anti- B E B PDR PDF 22 PDF 21 evaporation valve, PDR PDR PDF 20 PDF 16 PDF 12 PDF 19 PDF 15 PDF 11 PDF 18 PDF 14 PDF 10 1 PDF 17 PDF 13 PDF 9 2 Immobilizer relay, intake 4 3 9 PDF 24 PDF 23 3 manifold valve, A.C. relay. C D C PDR 4 PDF13 5A +15 Alarm system PDR PDR PDF 26 PDF 25 5 immobilizer 6 5 10 6 PDF14 5A +30 Alarm system immobilizer PDF15 — Position available PDF16 15A RH ignition coils, RH injectors C 104

4 - In an emergency D - Fuses and relays in the left-hand side of PSF4 15A LH oxygen sensor PSF12 15A Air flow meter, exhaust by- the passenger compartment PSF5 7.5A +15 shock absorber damping pass valves, anti-evaporation To access them, remove the protection (Skyhook), +15 alternator, diagnostic pump, anti- panel and the box covers . +15 electronic differential evaporation valve PSF6 15A +30 Door locking system PSF13 10A +15 Air Conditioning system, PSF7 30A +30 LH power window. +15 recirculation pump PSF8 10A Positive from main LH PSF14 30A Starter motor Motronic relay (PSR10) PSF15 15A Dome light, door lights, glove PSF9 10A +15 Airbag compartment light, parking PSF10 15A Battery charger light control PSF11 10A +30 Engine control system PSF16 15A LH ignition coil, LH injectors (OBD), +30 tyre pressure PSF17 45A Soft top monitoring system (TPMS), PSF18 30A Soft top +30 electronic differential PSF19 15A A.C. Compressor PSF20 10A LH Timing variator + A F A D PSR PSR PSF 20 PSF 16 PSF 12 PSF 8 PSF 4 PSF 19 PSF 15 PSF 11 PSF 7 PSF 3 PSF 18 PSF 14 PSF 10 PSF 6 PSF 2 PSF 17 PSF 13 PSF 9 PSF 5 PSF 1 PSR PSR PSF 27 2 1 PSF 28 8 7 D B E PSF 29 B PSR PSR PSR PSR PSF 22 PSF 21 1 1 2 4 3 PSF 30 9 12 PSF 24 PSF 23 3 C Fuses: C D PSF 31 PSR 4 PSR PSR MAXI 91 PSF1 10A +15 LH Motronic, +86 for LH PSF 26 PSF 25 5 fuel pump relays (PSR8 and 6 5 PSF 32 10 6 MAXI 92 PSR9) PSF2 20A F1 ECU PSF3 30A +30 RH power window D 105

PSF21 +30 LH Motronic. 7.5A PSR8 20A LH fuel pump - Speed 1 Emergency ignition PSF22 10AReverse light (BOSCH) Flat battery PSF23 30ALH Motronic (main) PSR9 20A LH fuel pump - Speed 2 Consult the section “Battery” in Chapter 5 PSF24 15APower socket (BOSCH) “Maintenance” to always keep the battery in PSF25 15A+30 fuel pump relay 1 (PSR8) PSR10 20A Master for LH Motronic full working order. and fuel pump relay 2 (PSR9) (BOSCH) To access the battery, undo the two PSF26 5A +15 connected devices relay PSR12 50A F1 Pump retaining screws A and lower the protection (excluding ignition) panel. PSF27 20A Heated seats E - Megafuse PSF28 60A +30 rear module protection Located behind the battery, on the A LH connection cable between the alternator PSF29 60A +30 rear module protection RH and the battery positive terminal. PSF30 30A Soft top pump PSF31 30A F1 pump/E-DIFF pump PSF32 — Position available maxi 91 20A +30 BOSE HI-FI BOSE amplifier (optional). maxi 92 30A +30 Bass Box amplifier (optional) Starting with the auxiliary battery Relays: Use an external 12V battery with the same power or slightly higher than the one PSR1 20A A.C. Compressor provided. A lead acid battery charger of PSR2 20A Reverse gear switch adequate power may be used by qualified PSR3 20A Key-operated devices personnel only. PSR4 20A Cutout switch for disabling Use cables with suitable characteristics. starting with battery charger • First connect the terminals of one cable (normally closed) to the positive poles (+) and then the PSR5 20A Connected devices switch terminals of the other cable to the (excluding ignition) negative poles (–) of the two batteries. PSR6 30A Starter motor • Start the engine. PSR7 20A Start-up repetition prevention 106

4 - In an emergency • When the engine has started, first remove Towing the vehicle Bear in mind that when the engine is off, the cable from the negative poles and the power steering and brake servo are then from the positive ones. Tow hook deactivated, therefore more force is required When towing the vehicle, avoid attaching to turn the steering wheel and push the brake If the engine does not start after a few the tow hook (provided in the toolkit) to pedal. attempts, contact the Ferrari Service points different from those provided. Network. Towing the vehicle with the wheel axle lifted • Take the tow hook A out of the toolkit Take care not to let the positive cable This operation may only be performed by bag. come into contact with the vehicle or skilled staff. the negative cable. Improper manoeuvres • Screw the hook into place in its seat. Always lift the rear wheel axle only. Ensure may damage the electrical system. that the front wheels are in a straight line Push start and that the steering lock is engaged. This is to be avoided as far as possible, since it may cause fuel to flow into the catalytic converters and irreparably damage them. A • Position the gearshift lever in neutral (N for vehicles with F1 gearbox). The applicable driving and traffic regulations must be followed when the vehicle is being towed. Do not tow the vehicle using a hook attached to the suspension levers and wheel rims, but only onto the tow hook properly fitted in its seat. Hold the key in position II to allow the lights to work and to prevent locking of the steering wheel in the event of steering. 107

Fuel cut-off inertia switch Resetting the system After checking that there are no fuel leaks: The fuel system is fitted with an automatic safety switch which is activated in the event • Remove the cover and press button A on of a collision, cutting off the fuel flow and the switch. consequently stopping the engine and preventing the fuel from leaking out if the lines are damaged. If you smell fuel after a collision or notice any leaks, do not reset the A switch in order to prevent the risk of fire. The inertia switch is positioned on the left- hand side of the passenger compartment, in the lower part of the front door pillar and is protected by a metal bracket. • Turn the key to position II, wait a few seconds and start the engine. • Check once again that there are no fuel leaks. 108

5 - Maintenance Warranty book ______________________ 110 Maintenance ________________________ 110 Level checks ________________________ 111 Battery ____________________________ 113 Windscreen wipers ___________________ 115 Wheels and tyres ____________________ 115 Headlight adjustment ________________ 117 Cleaning the vehicle __________________ 117 If the vehicle is stored for long periods ___ 118 109

It is essential to always keep the vehicle in Warranty book Maintenance proper working order to help ensure a long The vehicle is provided with a “Warranty At the intervals prescribed, the Ferrari working life and to prevent any running and Service Book”. Service Network must perform all the defects, caused by negligence or lack of This contains the vehicle warranty validity tuning and checking operations indicated maintenance, and consequently to avoid conditions. in the “Warranty and Service Book”. hazardous situations. The Warranty Book also contains specific It is however advisable to immediately All repair work on any component of the spaces to be filled in by the Authorised report to the Ferrari Service Network safety system must be carried out by the Ferrari Service Centres, in order to Centres any faults you may find while Ferrari Service Network. record the periodic service and maintenance using the vehicle (e.g. small leaks of performed according to the maintenance essential fluids), to resolve minor problems schedule. immediately rather than waiting until the next service. Furthermore, regular maintenance procedures must be performed at intervals of no more than a year, even if the prescribed mileage has not been reached (see “Annual Services” indicated in the “Warranty and Service Book”). Using the Maintenance Schedule The maintenance schedule contained in the “Warranty Service Book” also outlines, in addition to the intervals prescribed for the various service operations, the checks to be performed on a yearly basis. If the vehicle is used in particular conditions (e.g., dusty roads, extreme temperatures, heavy-duty conditions, etc.) some service operations are required more frequently (e.g., air filter replacement, etc.). For the quantity of oil to be used, see the “Recommended lubricants and fluids” table on page 14. 110

5 - Maintenance Level checks Checking the oil level in the hydraulic steering system General notes The level check must be performed with The level checks must be performed at the the engine warm, after having travelled at intervals indicated in the “Maintenance least 15 Km, and with the vehicle parked on Schedule” or before starting a long journey. a flat ground. • Open the engine compartment lid (see • Remove the tank cap and check that page 61). MAX the level is between the MIN and MAX Use only lubricants and/or fluids notches on the dipstick. recommended by Ferrari (see “Recommended MIN The oil level check must be performed with the lubricants and fluids” on page 14). cap resting on the tank. Checking the engine oil level • If necessary, top up with the The level check must be performed recommended oil, taking care not to with the engine warm (oil exceed the MAX level shown on the temperature >80°C) and the cap resting on dipstick. MAX the oil separator filler neck. • Screw the cap back on tightly. MIN Proceed as follows: If the oil is under the MIN level, • With the engine idling, unscrew the filler top up anyway and have the system cap and check that the level is between checked by the authorised Ferrari Service the MIN and MAX notches on the Network. dipstick. Checking the gearbox and the F1 • MAX - MIN = 2.0 litres gearbox system oil level It is recommended to have the oil level check • Top up if necessary with the performed by an authorised Ferrari Service recommended oil up to the MAX level. Centre or by skilled staff. • Screw the cap back on tightly. 111

Checking the coolant level Checking the brake/clutch fluid level The oil contained in the brake, clutch Only perform this procedure with the • To access the tank, lift the engine and hydraulic steering systems, engine cool. Never remove the cap from the compartment lid (see page 38) and besides damaging plastic, rubber and expansion tank when the engine is running remove the inspection cover. painted parts, is highly dangerous if it and/or warm. comes into contact with the eyes or the skin. • Remove the cap from the expansion tank In case of contact, wash the affected part in the engine compartment and check thoroughly with running water. that the level is about 40 mm from the To avoid any risk, always use protective top of the filler neck. goggles and gloves. Keep away from children’s reach! Never dispose of used fluid in the environment! On vehicles with F1 gearbox, the tank supplies the braking system only. The symbol shown on the adhesive label • Check that the fluid in the tank is near on the tank indicates that there is synthetic the level MAX level. fluid in the system. • If the level is low, unscrew the filler cap Use of mineral fluids will cause and top up with the recommended oil irreparable damage to the rubber taken from a sealed container. gaskets of the system. • If the level is low, top it up with the Do not use fluids other than those already recommended fluid. contained in the system for topping up. If you need to top up the level several • After topping up, screw the filler cap back times after short trips, have the on. system checked by the Ferrari Service MAX • Refit the inspection cover. Network. MIN • Screw the cap back on tightly. 112

5 - Maintenance Battery out quickly. Battery master switch The battery is positioned in the passenger Have the electrical system of the vehicle The vehicle is equipped with a battery compartment, behind the passenger checked if the battery tends to discharge easily. master switch, which may only be operated footrest. • To remove the battery from the vehicle, by Ferrari Service Network personnel. The vehicle is equipped with a sealed disconnect it from the electric system lead acid battery that does not require using the battery master switch. maintenance. • Detach the terminals from the battery The battery may only be removed by Ferrari posts. Service Network personnel. • Free it from the retaining bracket by The battery does not need refilling undoing the two nuts B. with distilled water or sulphuric acid. • Detach the breather pipe C from the • To access the battery, undo the two outside of the battery. screws A, under the mat at the top of the passenger footrest panel. C A B • Remove the battery from the passenger compartment. • Remove the panel slipping it off the Do not keep the battery near sources lower pins. of heat or sparks from open flames. Periodically check that the terminals and pins are clean and firmly secured. Visually inspect the outer casing for any cracks. If the battery is overcharged, it will wear 113

Battery conditioner Recharging the battery The vehicle is equipped with a conditioner for If possible, the battery should be battery maintenance. recharged in a well-ventilated area Using the battery conditioner contributes to and away from any flammable materials. extending the life of the battery. In certain cases, batteries can produce This device is housed in a pocket inside the combustible gases. Do not approach the car cover bag, provided with the vehicle. battery with open flames or lit cigarettes and do not create any sparks near it. Proceed as follows, using a lead acid battery charger: • disconnect the battery using the battery If you do not plan on using the vehicle for master switch and detach the terminals more than a week, we advise you to connect from the battery poles, as described the battery conditioner in order to preserve above; full battery efficiency. • connect the cables of the device used to The vehicle cannot be started charge the battery to the battery poles; (ignition disabled) as long as the • when the battery has been charged, battery conditioner is connected to the reconnect the terminals to the battery The socket for connection of the battery socket in the vehicle. poles, firmly tightening the terminal conditioner is found underneath the Additional and extensive technical screws, and restore the connection to the dashboard, on the passenger’s side. information on the use of the device can be electric system by means of the battery Arrange the battery conditioner in a found in the manual provided inside the master switch. well visible position, away from heat pocket of the car cover bag. Do not use devices that have to be sources and from children’s reach. connected to the cigarette lighter. After connecting the battery conditioner to the vehicle socket, run the connection cable underneath the passenger’s door, on the front side. Do not let the connection cable run out of the vehicle, in positions other than those indicated, to avoid damaging the sealing gaskets and/or the cable itself. 114

5 - Maintenance Advice for optimal use of the battery Windscreen wipers Windscreen wipers and washer fluid • If the vehicle does less than 1000 km In order not to damage the wiper blades, a month or when it is used in town, avoid using them when: the battery charge is sufficient for a • the windscreen is dry maximum of twenty days. • the blades are stuck to the windscreen • For longer distances out of town, the due to freezing temperatures charge will be sufficient for about forty days. • there are traces of snow on the windscreen or the wiper arms Beyond these terms, it is advisable to recharge the battery in order to be able to • there are deposits on the windscreen. start the vehicle. The wiper blades must be cleaned periodically If the vehicle is equipped with accessories that and checked for wear. absorb power other than those provided by Replacing the wiper blades Periodically check that there is fluid in the Ferrari (e.g. cell phones, navigators, satellite • Turn on the windscreen wipers and stop tank. alarm systems etc.), the battery may discharge them (ignition key in position 0) when The tank for the windscreen wipers and faster and it will have to be recharged more the blades are in a vertical position. washer fluid can be accessed by lifting the frequently. luggage compartment lid. • Lift the cap and fill the tank with the recommended fluid (see the “Recommended lubricants and fluids” table on page 14 until it can be seen in the filling manifold. • Close the cap. • Lift the arm, remove the blade and replace it checking that it is properly locked on the arm. Never lift the windscreen wiper arms from the rest position. 115

Wheels and tyres Sudden impact against sidewalks, holes We recommended that you replace the tyres in the road and other obstacles of various after six years of normal use. To ensure performance, endurance and the types, as well as long trips on rough roads, Frequent use in maximum load conditions best tyre adjustment on the wheel rim, it can cause damage to the tyres that is not and at high temperatures may accelerate is important to comply with the following always visible to the naked eye. ageing. instructions for the first 200-300 km of use Check your tyres regularly for any signs of Tyres that have been on a vehicle for more of new tyres: damage (e.g. scratches, cuts, cracks, bulges, than 3 years must be checked by a qualified • avoid sudden acceleration; etc.). technician. • avoid sharp braking and steering; If sharp objects penetrate the tyres, they can Never fit tyres of uncertain origin. • drive at moderate speed on straight roads cause damage which is only visible when The tyres are of the “unidirectional” and on curves. the tyre is removed. type and there is an arrow on the How to use the tires Have any damage inspected as soon as side indicating the rolling direction or For safe driving, it is of major importance that possible by an experienced tyre fitter. the outside. In the case of replacement, the tyres be constantly maintained in good Damage can seriously reduce tyre life. maximum performance levels can only conditions. Remember that tyres deteriorate with time, be ensured if the rotation direction Tyre inflation pressure must correspond even if used little or not at all. corresponds with the direction indicated by to the prescribed values and should be Cracks in the tread and sidewalls, possibly the arrow. checked only when the tyres are cool: in accompanied by bulging, are sure signs of Tyres on the same axle must always be fact, the tyre pressure increases as the tyre ageing. replaced in pairs. temperature progressively increases. Have the tyres changed by the Authorised Regularly check the tread (minimum Ferrari Service Centres who have the acceptable depth 1.7 mm). The thinner is Never reduce the pressure if the tyres are necessary equipment available in order to the tread, the greater is the risk of skidding. warm. prevent that a carelessly performed operations Drive carefully on wet roads to Insufficient tyre pressure can lead to may damage the sensor located inside the decrease the risk of aquaplaning. overheating, damage and even destruction wheel rim on vehicles equipped with tyre of the tyres. pressure monitoring system. Inflating the tyres to a pressure different from Have a specialist assess whether old tyres are that specified (see table on page 12) will suitable for use. render the tyre pressure monitoring system inefficient. 116

5 - Maintenance Tyre pressure monitoring system Headlight aiming Cleaning the vehicle (optional) To aim the headlights, contact the Ferrari Cleaning the exterior See the description of the system and the Service Network. warning messages on page 138. Proper care of the vehicle on the part of the owner is essential for the vehicle long life. Wheel balancing The list below reports the main precautions The wheels complete with tyres must be to be taken. balanced at a Ferrari Service Network • Certain parts of the vehicle should not be Centre or by skilled staff. left wet or dirty for long periods of time, You are advised to use only self-adhesive particularly, the passenger and luggage weights. compartment floors, which should always Application instructions be clean and dry. The drain holes under Proceed as follows to fit balancing weights the doors should be kept unblocked to to the wheels: allow any water to escape. • Use heptane to thoroughly clean • The underbody and the lower surfaces of the part of the wheel rim where the the vehicle should be cleaned regularly, counterweight will be applied. and more frequently (at least once a • Remove the backing paper and apply week) if the vehicle is used on salty or the weight to the wheel, pressing down rough roads. It is important to clean evenly to ensure perfect adhesion. thoroughly: cleaning that only wets the vehicle, without removing dirt or mud completely can prove damaging to the body. • The vehicle must be washed regularly with suitable equipment. Do not use very hot water or steam on the paintwork or lower surfaces. It is advisable to soften any dirt first and then remove it with a jet of water at room temperature. • Do not wash the vehicle in direct sunlight or when the bodywork is still warm. 117

• Be careful that the jet of water does not These products can be ordered through If the vehicle is stored for hit the paintwork too hard. the Ferrari Spare Parts Service long periods • Wash the vehicle with a sponge and a Department both individually and as If the vehicle is not used for long periods solution of mild soap and water. part of the “Care Kit”, which includes the of time, it is advisable to take certain • Rinse the vehicle again with a jet of water complete range of cleaning products for the precautions: and dry it with a piece of chamois leather. vehicle. • park the vehicle on a level surface in a When the vehicle has been washed, For instructions on using the “Care Kit” covered and well-ventilated area slightly depress the brake pedal at products, see the “Carrozzeria Scaglietti” • lock the vehicle in position by engaging a moderate speed before driving at normal Owner’s Manual and the instructions gear and avoid using the parking brake speed, so that the brake discs and pads can included in the kit. • bring the tyre pressure to 3.0 bar (44 psi) be dried. Avoid using the following products for and periodically change the tyre resting In order to maintain the shine of the cleaning the leather: acidic detergents, point on the ground paintwork, polish it once or twice a year turpentine, liquid stain removers, benzine, • connect the battery conditioner, as indica- with the products recommended by solvents and domestic cleaning products, ted in the “Battery conditioner” chapter, in Ferrari. as all of these products damage the natural this section. • Any areas that are cracked or chipped as material. If you do not wish to connect the battery to the a result of stones, scratches or parking battery conditioner, in order to keep certain manoeuvres, etc. must immediately devices functioning such as: car radio channel be treated by the Ferrari Service memory, alarm system, etc., the battery must Network. be recharged at least once a month. • Do not park the vehicle in damp and/or If the vehicle is stored for a long period of time unventilated areas for long periods of without using the battery conditioner, the battery time. must be recharged at least every three months. Cleaning the interior - Cleaning and • Protect the vehicle with a breathable care of the leather upholstery fabric cover, avoiding materials that Appropriate and regular treatment, at least prevent the humidity on the bodywork 3-4 times a year, will ensure that the original from evaporating. quality, natural characteristics and softness Before using the vehicle again after long of the leather upholstery in your Ferrari is periods of inactivity, ensure that the maintained unaltered over time. pressure in the tyres is at the correct level With this in mind, specific leather care and check the levels of all system fluids. products are also available (cleaner and cream) perfected and tested by Ferrari. 118

6 - Technical Information Engine _____________________________ 120 Cooling system ______________________ 122 Ignition-Injection System ______________ 123 Fuel system and fuel vapour emission control system _____________________ 124 Exhaust system ______________________ 126 Clutch _____________________________ 128 Gearbox ___________________________ 128 Steering system and Steering column ___ 130 Air conditioning and heating system ____ 131 CST system _________________________ 132 Braking system ______________________ 132 Suspension _________________________ 135 Chassis - Bodywork___________________ 139 119

Engine The vehicle has an aspirated 8-cylinder engine with a displacement of 4.3 litres, which is capable of generating a power of 490 HP and a torque of 465 Nm. The high performance of the engine is achieved through some technical solutions, in part derived from racing vehicles: • variable timing with continuous high- pressure timing variator and dedicated pump on each camshaft; • chain-driven timing control (one per bank) with hydraulic tensioners; • four overhead camshafts (two per bank) and four valves per cylinder driven by hydraulic tappets with automatic backlash recovery; • cylinder heads with combustion chamber of high volumetric and thermodynamic efficiency; • aluminium alloy and hardened silicone crankcase with wet Nickasil-coated aluminium liners; • dry sump and oil/water exchanger incorporated in the crankcase, in the centre of the two cylinder banks; • motor-driven accelerator throttle (drive by wire) and integrated Bosch Motronic ME7 ignition/injection system. 120

6 - Technical Information Engine lubrication and gas and oil by system; from here, a part condenses and A dedicated pipe in the system releases the vapour recirculation flows into the oil tank underneath. The pressure that accumulates in the oil tank.  Blow-by system remaining gases, thanks to the vacuum  Gearbox thermistor generated by the engine, are aspirated  Scavenge and delivery pump through the connection pipes and conveyed to the plenum chambers.  Suction screen  Pressure regulating valve  Oil filter cartridge  Oil pressure sender  Oil/water exchanger  Oil mesh filter 8 The lubrication system is of the dry sump type, with fixed gear pumps on the right- hand side of the crankcase. The engine is equipped with three scavenge pumps and a delivery pump. The oil pump unit is coupled to the water pump (see page 122) 1 and is driven by the crankshaft by means of a chain. 7 The oil tank with suction chamber is cast in the gearbox and has a separator equipped 2 with cylindrical degassing chamber in the upper part with centrifugal cyclone effect. The separator is fitted with an oil filler plug at the end of the filler neck. The device for oil gas and vapour 4 recirculation is of the closed circuit type. In the event of engine malfunctioning 3 with an abnormal rise in pressure, the 5 oil vapours coming from the heads are 9 6 conveyed to a pipe connected to the blow- 121

Replacing the engine oil and filter Cooling system The oil and filter must be replaced at the  Centrifugal pump with thermostatic  Twin contact fan on/off switch intervals indicated in the “Maintenance valve  Water temperature sensor Schedule” and at an Authorized Centre of  Right-hand radiator  Oil/water heat exchanger the Ferrari Service Network.  Left-hand radiator  Expansion tank It is recommended to exclusively use lubricants approved by Ferrari.  Electric fan  Bleeder pipe  Underfloor pipes 10 4 6 5 7 9 8 1 2 3 4 122

6 - Technical Information The engine cooling system has a closed- The pump is connected to the radiators by Ignition-Injection System circuit with an expansion tank which means of lines running lengthwise under The system is composed of the following: compensates the fluid volume and pressure the floor of the vehicle. variations due to the engine warming up. • two electronic control units; A twin contact switch for automatic A filler neck with plug fitted with a valve activation of the electric fan/s is installed • two air flow meters; calibrated to 0.98 bar is installed at the top on the delivery pipe that connects the two • engine status sensors (throttle angle, of the tank. radiators, while the water temperature RPM, timing, ignition, etc.); Coolant circulation is activated by a sensor for the engine ECU is fitted on the • engine control and emission actuators centrifugal pump (with bypass incorporated water pump, upstream of the thermostatic (electro-injectors, coils, solenoid valves, in the thermostatic valve) coupled to the oil valve. etc.); pump unit (see page 121) and driven by the Checking the coolant level • peripheral functions connected with crankshaft by means of a chain. The coolant has to be replaced at the engine operation. After cooling the engine, the coolant flows intervals indicated in the Maintenance The ECU regulates the quantity of fuel to to the thermostatic valve which starts Schedule by a Ferrari Service Network be delivered to the injectors and corrects opening when the temperature reaches Centre. ignition timing to optimise engine efficiency 85°C, thus sending the coolant to the on the basis of the engine RPM and the radiators. quantity of air aspirated by the engine. The radiators are positioned on the front Each exhaust manifold is fitted with a of the vehicle in order to improve heat double linear (front) and non-linear (rear) exchange. The right-hand radiator is oxygen sensor. installed in series with the condenser for the air conditioning system. The heating/ cooling coil for the hydraulic steering system is fitted on the left-hand radiator. Each radiator is fitted with an electric fan to assist heat dissipation. The radiators are connected in parallel and are equipped with a duct, that is connected to the expansion tank, for self-bleeding of the system. 123

Electronic accelerator (Drive by Wire Fuel system and fuel vapour emission control system system) Drive by Wire is a system that allows the  Fuel tank  Lower tank connection pipe accelerator pedal to work independently  Electric pump with filter  Upper tank connection pipe from the throttle.  Multi-function valve  Canister purge solenoid valves This system is equipped with a potentiometer connected to the accelerator  Ventilation valve  Active carbon filter pedal, which replaces the connection cable.  Separator  Diagnostic pump This potentiometer informs the engine  Injector rail  Air filter ECU of the torque requested by the driver.  Filler neck With the Drive by Wire system, it is possible to obtain: • optimal traction control by means of the CST system; 8 9 6 4 5 • integration of the F1 system, to optimise gearshifting; • management of the engine warm-up 3 phase. 1 7 2 5 6 12 13 11 10 2 1 124

6 - Technical Information The fuel is delivered by two electric pumps With the engine running and depending which are submerged in the tank and on the driving conditions, the Motronic controlled by the ignition-injection ECUs. ECUs control the canister purge solenoid The fuel pressure in the delivery line is valves so that the fuel vapours retained by kept constant by a pressure regulator, the carbon filter are drawn in by the intake incorporated in the pump flange. manifolds through the specific lines. The tanks are fitted, on the upper section, Ambient air is delivered to the active with ventilation valves (low vapour carbon filter through a pipe equipped with bleeding type). These valves are connected a filter that prevents foreign particles from to a separator which collects and condenses entering the system. the fuel vapours. The filler neck is suitably sized in order to After passing through the filters inside the allow only unleaded fuel filler nozzles to be pumps, the pressurised fuel is sent to the inserted. injector rails, on the intake manifolds. This is a “returnless” type system, i.e. no fuel is returned to the tank. The system is fitted with an automatic safety inertia switch positioned in the passenger compartment, which, in the event of a collision, deactivates the fuel pump relays. The system is designed to prevent atmospheric pollution caused by fuel system evaporation. The fuel vapours coming from the tank are conveyed to the active carbon filter where they are absorbed and retained. 125

Exhaust system  Exhaust manifold  Front oxygen sensor  Catalytic converter  Rear oxygen sensor  CO sampling port cap  Muffler  Tailpipe  Exhaust by-pass pneumatic valve  Exhaust by-pass solenoid valve  Vacuum tank � � � � � � �� � � � 126

6 - Technical Information This vehicle is equipped with metallic-type Exhaust system overheating alarm If the warning light is permanently on: catalytic converters. devices the temperature in the catalytic converters has The catalysis system is made up of two pre- If the engine malfunctions with consequent reached a dangerous level and could damage catalytic converters and two main catalytic high temperature in the exhaust system, them. If the driver continues to drive, the converters. the red warning light on the multi-function injection - ignition system ECU will intervene The catalytic converters reduce the display, showing the words SLOW DOWN by cutting off the fuel supply to the injectors. emission of HC, CO and NOx into the will flash or stay on permanently. Stop the vehicle and have it towed to a atmosphere. The illumination of the SLOW DOWN workshop to have the malfunction corrected. Each exhaust manifold contains a pre- symbol is controlled by the Motronic ECU. Ferrari is not liable for any damage to catalytic converter which, thanks to its property or personal injury arising from proximity to the gas outlet from the failure to comply with the warnings stated combustion chamber, assures faster heating above. and greater efficiency in exhaust emission reduction in the phases immediately after starting the engine. A specific seat for fastening the front oxygen sensor is found at the inlet of the manifolds. The rear oxygen sensor is installed at the outlet of the main catalytic converter. To prevent serious damage to the If the warning light is flashing: catalytic converters, it is essential that the catalytic converter temperature is too high. only unleaded fuel be used. Slow down immediately and go to a service Do not park the vehicle over paper workshop to have the malfunction corrected. materials, dry grass or leaves, or flammable materials that could catch fire if they come into contact with hot parts of the exhaust system. 127

Engine malfunction alarm devices Clutch Gearbox If the warning light “Engine system failure” The clutch is of the dry double-plate type, The gearbox has 6 synchronised gears plus flashes or remains on permanently while with elastic hub and diaphragm spring; its reverse gear. the engine is running, it indicates that the disengagement is controlled by a self- The gears feature quick engagement, with engine or the emission control system may adjusting hydraulic thrust bearing. reduced stroke. be malfunctioning. Clutch fluid tank The synchronisers are of the double and The electronic system detects and isolates The tank is positioned in the front triple cone type. the error, preventing damage to the engine or the production of noxious emissions. compartment and is shared with the The gearbox also contains the bevel gear braking system in the mechanical gearbox pair and the electronic differential. When the warning light “Engine version. Electronic differential (E-DIFF) system failure” comes on, a significant reduction in engine performance The vehicle is equipped with an electronic could also occur. differential, which works on the rear axle Drive carefully, avoiding sudden and continually runs a variable check on acceleration and high speeds. the locking between the two axle shafts. The electronic differential system enhances: - performance; - directional stability of the vehicle; - active safety even at the limit of grip; - driving comfort and handling. Its operation is based on the analysis and forecast of the vehicle performance in all possible conditions. This is done by continually monitoring the pressure of the clutch actuator on the differential. The input signals are the dynamic parameters of the vehicle, that the control system translates into a torque difference between the two driving wheels. 128

6 - Technical Information On a bend, the electronic differential: Gearbox control Gearbox oil cooling circuit - stabilises the vehicle when the accelerator There are two types of gearbox control: The temperature of the gearbox/differential pedal is released, locking the rear axle - manually-controlled gearbox with lever, oil is regulated by an oil/water heat - eliminates the typical understeering selector, gearbox lever housing and exchanger, located on the engine crankcase, behaviour, producing a slight oversteer at Bowden transmission cables between the banks. the limit of grip, locking the differential - electronically-controlled F1 gearbox, Checking and changing the gearbox/ in proportion to the lateral acceleration which uses an electro-hydraulic system differential oil and the vehicle speed controlled by two levers on either side The gearbox/differential oil must be - maximises stability and, at the same of the steering wheel. These levers checked and changed at the intervals time, acceleration in a bend, locking the substitute the traditional gearshift lever indicated in the “Maintenance Schedule“ differential in proportion to the lateral and clutch pedal. and by a Ferrari Service Network acceleration, the speed, the gear engaged Compared with the manually-controlled Centre. and the torque delivered by the engine. gearbox, the electronically-controlled To achieve these results, the electronic system offers the following advantages as differential system interacts with the engine far as gearbox and clutch are concerned: control, F1 gearbox, CST, ABS and shock - faster upshifting and downshifting absorber damping control system. - possibility of shifting to the desired Electronic differential malfunctioning gear without taking your hands off the alarm devices steering wheel Any malfunctioning of the electronic - greater comfort because of elimination of differential is shown on the multi-function the clutch pedal display of the instrument panel (see page - greater safety, as possible driver errors 34-35). are prevented - protection against engine overrevving caused by incorrect gearshifting. Gearbox and differential lubrication The gearbox and the differential gearings are lubricated by a volumetric concentric gear pump driven by the auxiliary reverse gear. 129

Steering system and steering flowing from the steering box crosses a coil Main data column fitted on the front of the left-hand water • Lock-to-lock steering radiator which cools the fluid before it is wheel turns: 3  Steering box returned to the tank. • Steering diameter: m 10.8  Collapsible Cardan transmission In the event of a system failure, the vehicle  Steering column with steering angle can still be steered even if greater force is sensor required to turn the steering wheel. In this  Adjustable steering wheel case, it is advisable to stop the vehicle and  Hydraulic steering pump contact an Ferrari Service Network.  Oil tank When the engine is off or if the vehicle is  Steering box delivery pipe towed, it is harder to steer.  Steering box return pipe  Cooling coil The vehicle is equipped with electronically- controlled rack-and-pinion type hydraulic 6 steering, which is servo-assisted by a variable-calibration hydraulic circuit. As the 3 speed increases, the aerodynamic load on the vehicle, in combination with the pump 4 calibration, generate a constant steering load providing a sensation of mechanical steering. If steering sharply, this ensures 8 thorough accuracy and vehicle handling. 2 5 The steering column is articulated, height- adjustable and power-absorbing, with 7 permanently-lubricated joints. The sensor that communicates the steering wheel position to the various onboard systems is positioned on the steering column. The hydraulic steering system is composed 1 9 of a belt-driven pump which drives the auxiliary parts of the engine. The fluid 130

6 - Technical Information Air conditioning and heating • cool outside or inside air Replace the pollen filter of the A.C. system at system • dehumidify and, if desired, heat outside the intervals indicated in the Maintenance or inside air Schedule.  Compressor • defrost glass surfaces. The air that comes out of the evaporator  Condenser Air taken in from the outside enters the flows to a diffuser which distributes it to the  Dehydrator filter vents in the passenger compartment. heater/evaporator unit through a pollen  Pressure switch filter.  Expansion valve  Heater/evaporator  Proportional valve  Water recirculation pump  Freon draining/refilling unions 9 The air conditioning and heating system is 5 composed of a heater/evaporator operated by a microprocessor ECU which, in both 3 automatic and manual operation, is capable 4 of keeping the temperature inside the passenger compartment constant when the conditions outside change, controlling the air temperature, flow rate and distribution. It is also used to take in air from outside or recirculate the air inside the vehicle automatically, regardless of the conditions outside. Heater/evaporator This unit is mounted to the partition panel between the passenger compartment and 1 the engine compartment and it contains the heater and the evaporator in a single unit. 6 2 This allows the user to: 7 • heat outside or inside air 8 131

CST system Level 4: CST off (position ). Stability Braking system The CST is the acronym for Ferrari is not ensured, however, all the The hydraulically-controlled braking Stability and Traction Control. The CST is other auxiliary systems, such system is composed of ventilated disc composed of two main systems: as the EBD and ABS, that are brakes on the four wheels, a “tandem” always enabled in the other vacuum brake servo and a hydraulic VDC Vehicle Dynamics Control, positions, remain active (see page control unit fitted with solenoid valves through the braking system 133). and scavenge pump, which intervenes, if ASR Vehicle Dynamics Control, The driver will easily perceive enhanced the wheels lock, by adjusting the caliper through the engine torque driving comfort (engine performance pressure (ABS). as well as the always active secondary reduction and torque feedback), driving systems such as ABS, EBD, etc. The hydraulic circuits have crossed will be extremely smooth, without jerks branching and are independent for the In order to have optimal control in different which could be annoying and prevent the driving and grip conditions, four different front and rear brakes. If one of the circuits driver from fully appreciating the potential is faulty, emergency braking is always setting levels have been designed. of the vehicle. Moreover, the several settings possible with one circuit efficient. Level 1: ensures stability and maximum available (depending on the level of grip) traction on any type of road The vacuum brake servo supplies the allow driving at higher speeds, ensuring surface, both in low-grip (“Low hydraulic ECU with brake fluid at the stability and easy control in any condition. Grip” position) and in very low pressure required for system operation. grip (ICE position) conditions, In the case of ABS activation, the solenoid by means of the engine and valves in the hydraulic ECU will activate, brake control. with suitable adjusting cycles, in order to Level 2: ensures stability and maximum prevent the wheels from locking. traction only in medium- to Brake fluid tank high-grip conditions (SPORT Positioned in the front compartment, it is position), optimising engine and shared with the clutch system in vehicles brake control. with mechanical gearbox. Level 3: enhances the racing features of Idle stroke of the brake pedal the vehicle, ensuring (but not The max. idle stroke of the brake pedal in all conditions) a good level should be 8÷10 mm. of stability (RACE position) by If it becomes excessive, or if one wheel reducing engine control to a brakes more than the others, or if the minimum and making best use of control pedal feels somewhat flexible the brake control. with reduced braking efficiency, a 132

6 - Technical Information complete inspection of the system should ABS and EBD systems Ferrari Service Network who will be performed by the Ferrari Service The vehicle is equipped with ABS immediately identify the fault by means of Network. (Anti-Lock Braking System) and EBD the self-diagnostic system. Brake pads (Electronic Brake-Force Distribution) System performance in terms of active The brake pads are fitted with a wear systems which, by means of the ECU and safety is not a reason for the driver to run indicator that is connected to the brake the ABS sensors, enhance the performance unnecessary risks. warning light. When this warning light of the braking system. The style of driving shall always be comes on or, in any case, whenever braking In the event of an emergency stop or adapted to weather conditions, range of no longer appears to be regular, the pad braking on slippery surfaces (e.g., snow, ice visibility and traffic. thickness and the condition of the braking etc.) the ABS, together with the standard The maximum obtainable deceleration surfaces must be checked. braking system, is designed to allow the is always depending on the grip between The minimum thickness allowed for the driver to apply maximum braking force tyre and road. With snow or ice the grip pads is 3 mm (thickness of the friction without causing the wheels to lock and is obviously reduced and the braking material only). consequently losing control of the vehicle. distance is very high, even with the ABS The brake failure warning light will come The system is based on an electronic system. on to indicate excessive wear of the brake control unit that processes the signals The vehicles must be fitted with wheel pads, which must be replaced immediately. coming from 4 sensors fitted inside the rims, tyres and brake lining of the type If you have the brake pads replaced circuits on the 4 wheels. and make approved for this model by the at an unauthorised workshop, When a wheel tends to lock, the sensor Manufacturer. Ferrari is relieved of all responsibility for warns the ECU which, in its turn, signals to Although this device greatly contributes personal or property damage. the electro-hydraulic unit to the vehicle’s safety, it is still essential to To ensure proper breaking-in of the pads to intervene and modulate the pressure on drive with particular care when the road is following replacement, avoid sudden and the brake calipers. The driver will perceive wet or there is snow or ice. sharp braking until the new pads have been a “pulsing” sensation coming from the The vehicle is equipped with an EBD run-in (after about 300 km - 186 mi.) brake pedal, which is quite normal. (Electronic Brake-force Distribution) In the event of a failure, the system will system. be deactivated, but this will not affect the The warning light comes on with running efficiency of the standard braking system. engine to indicate a fault in the EBD A failure is indicated by the relative system. In this case, sharp braking could warning light on the instrument panel cause the rear wheels to lock too early, and coming on. In this case we recommend the vehicle may skid. that you contact the nearest centre of the 133

Driving extremely carefully, immediately The maximum obtainable deceleration go to the nearest Centre of the Ferrari is always depending on the grip between Service Network to have the system tyre and road. With snow or ice the grip is checked. obviously reduced and the braking distance If only the failure warning light comes on is very high, even with the ABS system. when the engine is running, it normally indicates a malfunction of the ABS system only. In this case, the braking system maintains its efficiency, but the anti-locking device cannot be used. Under these conditions also the EBD system efficiency may be reduced. Also in this case, immediately go to the nearest Centre of the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked, driving in such a way as to avoid sudden braking. If the brake fluid warning light comes on, immediately stop the vehicle and check the brake fluid level (see page 112): if the level is below the minimum level, top up with the recommended fluid and immediately contact the Ferrari Service Network to have the system checked. Brake fluid leaks affect the operation of the braking system, both the traditional one and the braking system fitted with ABS. System performance in terms of active safety is not a reason for the driver to run unnecessary risks. The style of driving shall always be adapted to weather conditions, range of visibility and traffic. 134

6 - Technical Information Suspension  Shock absorbers  Vertical acceleration sensor  Driving mode switch  Electronic control unit  Failure warning light on instrument  Transversal acceleration sensor  Wheel acceleration sensor panel 4 5 4 3 7 4 3 1 2 6 1 1 135

Independent wheels, with upper and lower on this vehicle. Failure indicator on the multi-function triangular wishbones. Level 1: slightly more flexible setting, display Double-acting telescopic hydraulic shock optimised to best absorb road Every time a system malfunction is absorbers with electronically-controlled unevenness and ensure better detected, the relevant warning light is calibration variation. grip on wet road surfaces (ICE activated on the multi-function display on Small kingpin offset to improve braking and LOW GRIP position). the instrument panel (see page 34). stability and reduce kickback on the Level 2: slightly stiffer setting, optimised If the failure involves a valve, conditions steering wheel to a minimum. for racing-style and high-speed may arise in which one or two of the four Anti-dive configuration, obtained through driving (in medium- to high-grip shock absorbers may have a fixed setting the upper arm tilting, to reduce front conditions) without reducing (blocked valve). pitching during braking. comfort dramatically (SPORT In any case, safe driving of the vehicle is Transverse stabiliser bars. position). always ensured. A maintenance-free, one-piece double-row Level 3: even stiffer setting, optimised for The malfunction detected is stored in the ball bearing is fitted on the wheel hub. driving on the race track (RACE memory of the ECU. The features of the system with which the and position). The system is exclusively designed for vehicle is equipped are varied hydraulically A sensor fitted on the steering column connection to the Ferrari SD-3 diagnostic and electronically during use, according to detects the position of the steering wheel tester, which can be used to perform a the driving and load conditions. (see page 130). diagnostic test of the system. Electronically-controlled active The ECU processes the sensor output data If a malfunction occurs while driving suspension with “Skyhook” constant to adapt the suspension settings to the road with a consequent activation of the damping and driving conditions in real time, with relative warning light, you are strongly The suspension uses the “Skyhook” a response that is much faster than that of recommended to: system developed by Mannesmann-Sachs other systems available on the market. • stop the vehicle; and perfected by Ferrari for continuous The system is controlled by an ECU which • turn the ignition key to position 0; automatic damping control through the manages the solenoid valves on each shock • restart the engine. acceleration sensors, which record the absorber in response to the sensor signals, If the malfunction is no longer present (e.g. movements of each wheel and the vehicle thus adjusting the suspension damping and false contact), the warning light will not body. setting. come on again and the system will resume Not only does this system always ensure the These sensors allow the ECU to calculate normal functioning. If this does not occur, best compromise between handling and the vehicle speed, vertical and horizontal it means that the system continues to comfort, but it can also slightly enhance the acceleration, steering angle, as well as the malfunction. different features by using specific settings. instantaneous braking system pressure, and In this case, contact the Ferrari Service Three different setting levels are available also to manage suspension damping. Network. 136

6 - Technical Information Tyre pressure monitoring system Tyre pressure calibration button (optional) To calibrate the system, with the ignition The vehicle can come equipped with a key in position II, press the button located system that monitors the tyre pressure by on the left, lower part of the dashboard, means of special sensors fitted inside the holding it for 4-10 seconds: the CAL wheel rims, in position with the inflation symbol will appear on the multi-function valve. display. These sensors transmit a signal that is With the vehicle in motion, the system will detected by the antennas fitted behind the take a maximum of 20 minutes to complete gravel guards and connected to the ECU. calibration. The system can momentarily experience If the difference in pressure between the radio-electric interference emitted by wheels on the same axle exceeds 0.4 bar, The system must calibrated by means of devices using similar frequencies. the system will not calibrate. the button on the dashboard after tyre The ECU processes this information and, If the system detects a pressure drop during replacement or inflation. via the CAN line, transmits a series of tyre calibration, the relevant symbol will appear The system warns the driver that pressure data and any system errors to the on the multi-function display (see page the tyre pressure has decreased. on-board instrument panel. 138). However, this does not exempt the driver The signal transmitted by the ECU activates from periodically checking that the tyres some symbols on the multi-function display are inflated to the indicated pressure (see with two priority levels: a soft warning, if label on page 10). the pressure decrease with respect to the In addition, the system does not inform the rated pressure is greater than 0.2 bar, and driver of sudden damage to tyres caused by a hard warning, if it is greater than 0.4 bar external objects/agents. or if there is a dynamic decrease of over 0.2 bar/min. The system is equipped with a specific wiring that connects the antennas, the ECU and the calibration button (positioned under the dashboard, on the left-hand side of the steering wheel) to the vehicle electric system. 137

Messages on the multi-function display Tyre pressure check request System calibration request The symbol colour defines the priority: Activated for a few seconds after Activated for a few seconds Green: normal conditions of use the engine has started, but unlike after turning the ignition key Red: when a fault has been detected before, the system indicates to position II to signal that the which wheel is signalling the system is not calibrated. Amber: when the driver is requested to fault. Adjust the tyre pressure and calibrate the check the system. Check the pressure of the tyre indicated. system (see page 137). The following symbols will appear to identify each wheel; the ‘solid’ square Puncture without wheel indication Confirming the calibration procedure indicates the tyre involved: Activated when a puncture With the ignition key in position • FL, front left-hand wheel occurs. The tyre involved is II (without starting the engine) ignored since the system is not the warning light comes on after • RL, rear left-hand wheel yet calibrated. pressing the calibration button • RR, rear right-hand wheel for about 5 seconds. It remains on until the ignition key is • FR, front right-hand wheel turned to position 0. The warning light goes off when the engine Pressure indication for each tyre Follow the instructions in the section has started. It can be activated by pressing “Replacing the wheels” on page 94, when During calibration, the tyre condition may the button MODE (see page only one tyre has a puncture. be displayed partially (pressure not shown) 39) to view the pressure of each even if the system has already learned the Puncture with wheel indication tyre. position from the sensors. Activated when a puncture If requested when the data is not available, occurs, indicating the tyre System faulty (e.g., during the calibration procedure) the involved. It remains on until the The system does not respond or symbols will be shown with _._ instead of ignition key is turned to position is defective. the value. 0. Tyre pressure check request without Follow the instructions in the section indication of the wheel “Replacing the wheels” on page 94, when Activated for a few seconds only one tyre has a puncture. after the engine has started. It indicates a pressure decrease with respect to the last value Have the system repaired at a centre of the stored. Ferrari Service Network. The system ignores which tyre is involved since it has not yet identified the position. Check the pressure of all the tyres. 138

6 - Technical Information System temporarily not active Chassis - Bodywork Repair Instructions Appears when the system is In the event of damage to the aluminium In order to reduce the weight of the vehicle, temporarily unable to function. parts, the normal procedure would be to the entire bodywork is made of aluminium This may occur because of parts. replace the part rather than repairing it. external electromagnetic Depending on the extent of the damage, Despite the considerable weight reduction, interference or excessive sensor entire assemblies can be replaced as well the aluminum parts provide stability and temperature. as individual parts. It is not permitted to resistance levels that are higher than those The system automatically resets once the carry out any straightening work on the obtainable with steel parts. normal conditions are restored. aluminium bodies, as can be done with The aluminium sub-assemblies are less normal steel bodies, given that aluminium The message appears in the event of system prone to bending and offer excellent component replacement. cannot easily be restored to its original resistance to corrosion. shape. System not active The overall bodywork structure is based on If the system has been In the space-frame section, joints are a space-frame chassis. normally made by welding only. deactivated via the diagnostic The body assembly is completed with tester. The body parts may be replaced by means external sheets (such as mudguards, side of gluing, riveting, bolting and welding. The After turning the ignition key panels and roof) which, depending on the to position II, the warning light aluminium bodies cannot be straightened model, are joined to the space-frame chassis cold, as is the case with steel sheet bodies, remains on for about 50 seconds using different joining techniques. and then goes off. but only at temperatures of approximately The moving parts secured with screws, such 200°C. as the luggage compartment lid, the engine All body repair work must be carried out compartment lid and the doors, complete exclusively by expert mechanics certified the body. by the Ferrari Technical Service Department. 139

Electronic control units The figure shows the location of all the ECUs installed on the vehicle.  Motronic (one per bank)  Instrument panel  Air conditioning/heating system  Shock absorber calibration adjustment  ABS-ASR  Airbag  Alarm system  Power windows  Gearbox F1 (for vehicles with F1 gearbox) 5 13 14 3 4 11 2 9 1 17 10 15 1  Electronic differential  Immobilizer  Door locking system  Windscreen wipers  Direction and hazard lights  Soft top  Tyre pressure monitoring system (optional)  Parking sensors (optional) 7 16 6 12 8 140

6 - Technical Information Electronic control units Error management Diagnostic tester socket Each system installed on the vehicle is The errors are recorded in an “erasable” The vehicle is equipped with a universal controlled by an electronic control unit memory at the time of system testing and/ connector located under the lower (ECU) equipped with microprocessor for or repair and in an non-erasable “historical” dashboard covering, in position with the high-speed processing of the data acquired memory, thus providing a complete picture steering column, to connect the SD-3 from the sensors and transducers. of the faults found during the lifetime of Diagnostic Tester. The features common to all the ECUs are: the vehicle. By means of this plug-in connection, the Self-diagnostic functions for the Connection to the CAN line tester can interface with all the vehicle relative system (Controller Area Network) systems and perform diagnostics. Each ECU detects functional faults in the This is a communication line which allows components of the system it controls. high-speed data transfer between all the These faults are recorded as errors and ECUs with high resistance to electrical promptly signalled to the user through the disturbances. warning lights on the instrument panel. This allows the ECUs to intelligently Remote diagnostic functions “cooperate” in vehicle control. The ECUs can be connected to the “SD-3 diagnostic system”. This is an instrument made available to the Ferrari Service Network and allows the technicians to: • identify the cause of an error recorded by the ECU and guide them through solving the problem; • acquire the values of the measurements made during vehicle testing; • perform automatic test cycles of the individual systems; • analyse the data acquired by the ECUs; • delete the errors detected while driving. 141


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12V power socket _____________________ 46 Controls on the centre console __________ 43 External rear-view mirror controls ________ 45 Abbreviations ________________________ 2 Cooling system ______________________ 122 External rear-view mirror defrost button __ 38 ABS and EBD systems _________________ 133 CST system _________________________ 132 Fuel cut-off inertia switch _____________ 108 Adjustable air vents ___________________ 73 Dashboard controls ___________________ 36 Fuel level gauge ______________________ 31 Air conditioning and heating system ____ 131 Diagnostic tester socket _______________ 141 Fuel system and fuel vapour emission Air conditioning and heating system _____ 71 Dimensions and weights _______________ 11 control system _____________________ 124 Airbag ______________________________ 55 Doors_______________________________ 46 Fuel tank door opening button __________ 37 Alarm system ________________________ 16 DOWN gearshift lever _________________ 25 Gear display (only for versions with Battery ____________________________ 113 Driving mode switch __________________ 22 F1 gearbox) ________________________ 32 Battery conditioner __________________ 114 Driving the vehicle (F1 gearbox) _________ 78 Gearbox and differential lubrication _____ 129 Battery master switch_________________ 113 Driving the vehicle (Mechanical gearbox)__ 82 Gearbox control _____________________ 129 Before you drive ______________________ 76 Duplicating the keys __________________ 17 Gearbox oil cooling circuit _____________ 129 Brake fluid tank ______________________ 132 Electric system (data) __________________ 13 Gearbox ___________________________ 128 Brake pads _________________________ 133 Electronic accelerator _________________ 123 Gearshifting (F1 gearbox) ______________ 79 Braking system ______________________ 132 Electronic alarm system ________________ 18 Glove compartment opening button _____ 46 Car stereo system _____________________ 42 Electronic control units _______________ 140 Hands-free microphone ________________ 61 Chassis - Bodywork___________________ 139 Electronic differential (E-DIFF) __________ 128 Hazard light switch ____________________ 44 Checking and changing the Electronic speedometer ________________ 30 Headlight aiming ____________________ 117 gearbox/differential oil ______________ 129 Electronically-controlled active suspension Horn control _________________________ 25 Checking the brake/clutch fluid level ____ 112 with “Skyhook” constant damping _____ 136 Identification and homologation data _____ 8 Checking the coolant level ________ 112/123 Emergency starting ___________________ 17 Idle stroke of the brake pedal __________ 132 Checking the engine oil level __________ 111 Engine compartment lid _______________ 61 If the vehicle is stored for long periods ___ 118 Checking the gearbox and the F1 Engine lubrication and gas and oil Ignition switch _______________________ 22 gearbox system oil level _____________ 111 vapour recirculation ________________ 121 Ignition-Injection System ______________ 123 Checking the oil level in the hydraulic Engine malfunction alarm devices ______ 128 Instruction labels ______________________ 9 steering system ____________________ 111 Engine oil pressure gauge ______________ 30 Instrument panel _____________________ 29 Child safety __________________________ 54 Engine oil temperature gauge ___________ 31 Internal lights ________________________ 61 Cleaning the parking sensors ___________ 84 Engine _____________________________ 120 Internal rear-view mirror _______________ 50 Cleaning the vehicle __________________ 117 Exhaust system overheating alarm Key-operated circuits __________________ 13 Clutch fluid tank _____________________ 128 devices ___________________________ 127 Keys ________________________________ 16 Clutch _____________________________ 128 Exhaust system ______________________ 126 Level checks ________________________ 111 Consulting the manual__________________ 2 Exterior lights and direction indicator Light bulbs _________________________ 100 Consumption and CO2 emissions ________ 11 control lever ________________________ 25 Load limiting devices _________________ 53 144

7 - Table of contents Location of the fuse and relay boxes _____ 101 Requesting new keys __________________ 19 Transmission ratios ____________________ 10 Luggage compartment lid opening Respecting the environment ____________ 90 Turning off the engine and the system (F1 button ____________________________ 38 Restarting the engine (F1 gearbox) _______ 81 Gearbox)___________________________ 80 Main engine specifications _____________ 10 Revolution counter____________________ 30 Tyre pressure calibration button ________ 137 Maintenance of the seat belts and ”Run Flat” tyres _______________________ 13 Tyre pressure monitoring system _______ 137 pretensioners ______________________ 54 Running-in __________________________ 76 UP gearshift lever _____________________ 25 Maintenance ________________________ 110 Safe driving _________________________ 85 Updating _____________________________ 2 Manual deactivation of the Safety ______________________________ 51 Warming up the engine (F1 gearbox) _____ 78 passenger-side airbag ________________ 57 Warming up the engine (Mechanical Seat belts ___________________________ 52 Mechanical gearbox lever ______________ 46 gearbox) ___________________________ 82 Seat controls _________________________ 48 Multi-function buttons_________________ 39 Warning lights _______________________ 32 Service ______________________________ 2 Multi-function display _________________ 34 Warranty book ______________________ 110 Soft top ____________________________ 63 Operation with the engine off Water temperature gauge ______________ 31 Soft top emergency closing ____________ 67 (F1 gearbox) ________________________ 77 Wheel balancing _____________________ 117 Soft top opening/closing button_________ 46 Other system functions (F1 gearbox) _____ 80 Wheel rims and tyres (dimensions, type Spare parts ___________________________ 3 Parking brake lever ____________________ 45 and inflation pressure)________________ 12 Start button _________________________ 22 Parking light switch ___________________ 44 Wheels and tyres (instructions for use) ___ 116 Starting and driving the vehicle Parking manoeuvre ___________________ 83 While driving ________________________ 76 (F1 gearbox) ________________________ 77 Parking sensors’ sensing range __________ 84 Windscreen wipers and washer Starting and driving the vehicle Parking _____________________________ 83 (Mechanical gearbox) ________________ 82 control lever ________________________ 27 Passenger compartment accessories _____ 58 Starting the engine (F1 gearbox)_________ 78 Windscreen wipers ___________________ 115 Performance _________________________ 10 Starting the engine (Mechanical Power window control _________________ 41 gearbox) ___________________________ 82 Pretensioners ________________________ 54 Starting with the auxiliary battery _______ 106 Push start (F1 gearbox) ________________ 81 Steering system and Steering column ___ 130 Rear fog light button __________________ 38 Steering wheel adjustment lever_________ 28 Recharging the battery _______________ 114 Steering wheel controls _______________ 21 Recommended lubricants and fluids _____ 14 Stopping the vehicle (F1 gearbox) _______ 80 Replacing a bulb ______________________ 96 Sun radiation sensor___________________ 73 Replacing a fuse _____________________ 100 Suspension ________________________ 135 Replacing the engine oil and filter ______ 122 System starting (F1 gearbox) ____________ 77 Replacing the radio control batteries _____ 20 Toolkit _____________________________ 92 Replacing the wheels _________________ 94 Towing the vehicle ___________________ 107 145

Specifications and options of Ferrari vehicle models may vary because of specific legal and commercial requirements. Information in this publication is therefore not binding in any way. Ferrari reserves the right to make any modification to the vehicles described in this manual, at any time, for either technical or commercial reasons. Contact the nearest Authorised Dealer or Ferrari for any further information you may require. For efficiency and safety, as well as for preserving the vehicle value, it is advisable not to modify the car equipment unless you use genuine and approved parts. COPYRIGHT © Technical Service Dept. Via Abetone Inferiore 4 – 41053 Maranello - Modena (Italy) Part No° 81593500 Catalogue No° 3217/08 1st Edition April ’08 Star s.r.l. - Alessandria Printed by Grafiche Rebecchi Ceccarelli (Modena) 146