Ferrari 575 Superamerica Manual

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INTRODUCTION CAUTION Service Consulting the Manual Due to the high power generated by The information contained in this manual This manual refers to vehicles with two the engine, we recommend that the will help the driver to use the vehicle types of transmission: vehicle is not used by inexperienced properly and to ensure it is kept in good • mechanical gearbox drivers. working order. • “F1” electronically-controlled gearbox Carefully following the instructions therefore, some information may vary contained herein will help you get the best depending on the gearbox installed. results and satisfaction from your vehicle. To facilitate reading and fast We also recommend you have all the consultation, the topics have been maintenance and checks carried out at divided into sections and chapters. The our Agencies or at our Authorised Service important parts requiring particular Centres, as they have skilled staff and attention are easily identifiable in the suitable equipment. sections and chapters. See the “Sales and Service Organisation” Extreme caution required: manual for the location of the Dealers and Service Centres of the Ferrari Service CAUTION Network Failure to comply with the instructions Ferrari’s Technical Service Dept. is at your could cause hazardous situations complete disposal for any information involving personal and vehicle safety! and suggestions. Important note: Warning aimed at preventing any damage to the vehicle and consequently hazards involving personal safety. 3

INTRODUCTION Abbreviations Updating Warranty booklet Some descriptions and terms with The high quality of your vehicle is ensured Each new vehicle is supplied with a particular meanings are to be found in by constant improvements and there may “WARRANTY AND MAINTENANCE this manual in an abbreviated form: hence be differences between this manual SCHEDULE” booklet. A.C. - AIR CONDITIONING and your vehicle. This contains the vehicle’s warranty terms ABS - ANTI BLOCKIER SYSTEM - anti- All specifications and illustrations and conditions. lock braking system for the wheels contained in this manual refer to those The warranty booklet also contains during braking resulting as of the printing date. the periodic services to be performed ASR- ANTRIEBS SCHLUPF REGELUNG according to the “MAINTENANCE - Anti-skid regulation during Spare parts SCHEDULE”. acceleration We recommend you use original Ferrari EBD- ELECTRONIC BRAKE-FORCE “F1” gearbox spare parts, which can only be obtained DISTRIBUTION - Electronically- from the Ferrari Service Network only. The vehicle may be equipped with an controlled distributor of braking The Ferrari warranty is voided if original electronically-controlled gearbox system, force Ferrari spare parts are not used for controlled by means of the levers on the ECU- ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT repairs. steering wheel. “F1”- FORMULA 1 - Electronically- controlled gearbox, designed with Even though the system can be used the same technology as used in in “AUTO”, mode it should not be the racing sector. considered an automatic gearbox. Hence, for proper use always follow the instructions given in this manual on page 109. 4

GENERAL 1 SAFETY 2 ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 3 ROOF 4 DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE 5 IN AN EMERGENCY 6 CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE 7 TABLE OF CONTENTS 8

1 GENERAL SAFETY ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ROOF DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS

GENERAL 1 Vehicle keys .......................................................................................................... 8 Alarm system ....................................................................................................... 8 Identification plates ........................................................................................... 10 Labels ............................................................................................................... 12 Dimensions and weights ..................................................................................... 14 Main engine specifications ................................................................................. 15 Performance....................................................................................................... 15 Fuel consumption............................................................................................... 15 CO2 emissions ................................................................................................... 15 Transmission ratios ............................................................................................ 16 Rims and tyres.................................................................................................... 16 Electrical system ................................................................................................. 17 Recommended lubricants and fluids ................................................................... 17

GENERAL 1 VEHICLE KEYS ALARM SYSTEM CAUTION The vehicle is delivered with two identical The vehicle is equipped with an engine The radio control system may keys that can be used for: immobiliser system against theft sometimes fail to operate due to - locking the doors (central locking attempts. interferences from nearby radio system); Three radio controls are provided (1 antennas/transmitters which disturb - starting the vehicle; red “master” and 2 black “slaves”) to the transmission frequencies. - deactivating the alarm system; activate/deactivate the system. For the system to resume operation, - locking the glove compartment; move the vehicle several tens of - deactivating the passenger airbag metres. (where provided). Note: Should you lose one or more radio controls, follow the instructions given in the alarm system manual and contact the Ferrari Service Network. Should you lose a key, you can request a duplicate from Ferrari quoting the number shown on the plastic label on the key. CAUTION Make sure you record the number in the space provided in the “Warranty booklet”. 8

GENERAL “PIN code” 1 A secret “PIN code” (Personal Identification Number) is assigned to each system. The “PIN code” is confidential, and is given to the owner when the vehicle is delivered. The owner is responsible for safekeeping this code. The “PIN code” can be used to deactivate the immobiliser system with the ignition key, without using the radio control. CAUTION Carefully read the instruction manual provided with the vehicle for proper use of the system. Should you lose the “PIN code”, you shall order a new radio control kit from the Ferrari Service Network (1 master + 2 slaves) together with the card showing the new “PIN code”. 9

GENERAL 1 IDENTIFICATION PLATES 1 - Steering column plate. 2 - Chassis type and number. 3 - Engine type and number. 4 - Vehicle identification plate. 5 - Assembly number plate. 1 2 3 4 5 10

GENERAL 1 1 3 5 2 4 11

GENERAL 1 LABELS A - Low beams homologation label. B - ECE homologation label. C - Lubricants label. D - Paint code label. E - “Unleaded fuel” label. A B C D E 12

GENERAL F - “High voltage” label. 1 G - Anti-freeze label. F G H L H - Battery master switch label. I - Tyre pressure label. L - Tyre pressure monitoring system label. M - Oil level inspection label. M I 13

GENERAL 1 DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHTS Wheel base 2500 mm Max. length 4550 mm Max. width 1935 mm Max. height 1277 mm Front track 1632 mm 1277 Rear track 1586 mm Kerb weight 1820 Kg Luggage compartment capacity 230 l 1080 2500 970 4550 1632 1586 1935 14

GENERAL MAIN ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS FUEL CONSUMPTION (*) 1 Type F 133 G litres per 100 km Number of cylinders 12 - V 65° City cycle 34.5 Cylinder bore mm 89 Motorway 14.3 Piston stroke mm 77 Average fuel consumption 21.8 Piston displacement: cm3 479 (*) Directive: 1999/100/CE Total displacement cm3 5748 Compression ratio 11,2 : 1 CO2 EMISSIONS (*) Maximum engine speed RPM 7,500 g/km Max power (Dir. 1999/99/CE) kW (HP) 397 (540) City cycle 790 Corresponding r.p.m. RPM 7,250 Motorway 329 Max. torque (Dir. 1999/99/CE) Nm 588.6 Average fuel consumption 499 Corresponding r.p.m. RPM 5,250 (*) Directive: 1999/100/CE PERFORMANCE Gearbox type 0 - 100 km/h 0 - 400 m 0 - 1000 m 0 - 200 km/h - mechanical 4.25 sec. 12.3 sec. 22 sec. 12.8 sec. - F1 4.2 sec. 12.25 sec. 21.9 sec. 12.75 sec. Max. speed 320 km/h 15

GENERAL 1 TRANSMISSION RATIOS Gear ratios Differential bevel gear pair ratio Total transmission ratio (engine/wheel revolutions) 1 13 / 41 = 3.153 3.909 (11 / 43) 1 12.325 2 17 / 37 = 2.176 2 8.506 3 23 / 36 = 1.565 3 6.117 4 27 / 32 = 1.185 4 4.632 5 31 / 29 = 0.935 5 3.655 6 33 / 25 = 0.757 6 2.959 R 14 / 41 = 2.928 R 11.445 RIMS AND TYRES Rims Tyres Inflation pressure (cold) Front Rear Front Rear Front Rear 8” 1/2 J X 19” 10” 1/2 J X 19” Bridgestone Bridgestone RE 050 RE 050 2.2 bar 2.0 bar 255/35 ZR19 305/30 ZR19 Snow tyres Pirelli Winter 210 Pirelli Winter 210 2.2 bar 2.2 bar Performance 210 Performance 210 (Max Speed 210 km/h - 130,5 mph) 255/35 ZR19 305/30 ZR19 Spare wheel T 115/70 R19 PIRELLI 4.2 Bar (Speed limit: 80 km/h - 50 mph max.) Temporary Use Only 16

GENERAL ELECTRICAL SYSTEM 1 Power supply voltage Battery Alternator Starter motor 12 V FIAMM 12V 75-80 Ah 450A NIPPONDENSO 140 A NIPPONDENSO RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS AND FLUIDS Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page ENGINE Total system capacity 10 l Oil level between “Min” and “Max” 2l HELIX ULTRA 151 SAE 5W-40 Oil consumption 1 ÷ 2 l / 1,000 km (depending on conditions of use) GEARBOX AND DIFFERENTIAL 5l TRANSAXLE OIL 151 (including lines) SAE 75W-90 F1 GEARBOX SYSTEM 1l FIAT TUTELA CS SPEED 151 BRAKE AND CLUTCH SYSTEM 1.3 l DONAX UB 152 BRAKE FLUID DOT4 Ultra “F1” BRAKING SYSTEM 1.3 l DONAX UB 152 BRAKE FLUID DOT4 Ultra COOLING CIRCUIT 19 l GLYCOSHELL 151 (Mixture of water and coolant at 50%) HYDRAULIC STEERING SYSTEM 1.8 l DONAX TX 152 Steering box 100 g RETINAX CS00 17

GENERAL 1 Parts to be refilled Quantity Fill with: Ref. Page FUEL TANK 105 l Unleaded fuel 95 N.O. Reserve 20 l AIR CONDITIONING AND HEATING SYSTEM Compressor 265 cc HARRISON - DIAVIA “OLIO ISO 135 RL 150” Coolant 760 ± 30 g “R 134 A” WINDSCREEN WASHER AND HEADLIGHT WASHER FLUID TANK 7.5 l Mixture of water and glass cleaner 153 Note: for cleaning the windscreen, use one phial of glass cleaner in summer and two in winter. 18

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GENERAL 2 SAFETY ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ROOF DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS

SAFETY 2 Seat belts ........................................................................................................... 22 Pretensioners ..................................................................................................... 23 Child safety ........................................................................................................ 23 Airbag................................................................................................................ 25 ABS .................................................................................................................. 28 ASR ................................................................................................................... 29 Inertia switch ..................................................................................................... 30

SAFETY SEAT BELTS If used correctly, the seat belts, in For an effective restraining action, the combination with the pretensioners, seatbelt must be fastened correctly with Introduction 2 protect the occupants from any types the seatback in the upright position. Ferrari has designed and constructed of impacts by firmly securing them to The seatbelt is fastened correctly when this vehicle to offer the best possible the vehicle structure and consequently the upper part of the belt crosses the performance for a road vehicle, ensuring avoiding dangerous jerks against the centre of the shoulder (not the neck) and maximum safety. passenger compartment. the abdominal section is fitted over the The driver must respect and have the hips (not the stomach). CAUTION passengers carried observe the provisions Furthermore, to increase driving safety, Ferrari recommends you use the seat of local legislation regarding the we recommend you position the belts correctly fastened and adjusted compulsory use of seat belts. Within the headrests so that the top of the rest is at all times! European Community, directive aligned with the top of your head and, to 2003/20/CE requires the driver to use Correct use of the seat belts can ensure the airbag is deployed correctly, seatbelts and child restraint systems. reduce the risk of serious injury in the both the driver and the passenger must event of an accident. keep a safe distance (at least 25cm) from The seat belts are automatic with three the steering wheel and the dashboard. fastening points and an emergency inertia locking system on the winding unit, equipped with pretensioner. 22

SAFETY PRETENSIONERS CAUTION CHILD SAFETY The pretensioners are activated in the After activation, the pretensioners Because of their size, children are at event of severe head-on collisions. The no longer function and they cannot greater risk than adults. Suitable restraint 2 belt will rewind a few centimetres just be repaired under any circumstances. or safety systems must be used. before the restraining action begins, Contact the Ferrari Service Network All minors whose physical characteristics thereby ensuring the proper fitting across to have them replaced. (i.e. height, weight) fall within the legal the body. When the pretensioners are activated, limits in force in each country must The pretensioner activation is indicated a small amount of smoke is released. be protected by approved restraint or by the warning light A coming on on the This smoke is not harmful and does not safety systems (e.g., child seats, cradles, instrument panel and by the seat belt indicate the presence of a fire. cushions). locking. CAUTION In any case, you are advised to always All works on any part of the safety use homologated child restraint systems system components must be performed bearing the proper test marking. by the Ferrari Service Network. CAUTION It is not permitted to remove or make Incorrect fastening of a child restraint modifications of any kind to the seat system increases the risk of injury to belts, belt retractors and pretensioners. the child in the event of a collision. Maintenance work involving strong impacts, vibrations or heating of the • The seat belts in the vehicle have been pretensioner area may activate them; designed and tested to protect persons vibrations caused by road bumps will not weighing at least 36 Kg and taller than have this effect. 1.50 m. A 23

SAFETY • To properly protect children outside CAUTION The sticker B prohibits installing a these limits, specific restraint systems Do not install rearward-mounting child’s seat facing rearwards on the front 2 with dedicated belts or accessories child seats on the front passenger seat passenger seat. capable of adapting the child’s if the airbag is enabled, as this could CAUTION position to the vehicle’s seatbelts must cause serious injuries in the event of If you have to carry a child, always be fitted. deployment. turn off the passenger side airbag For installation and use of the child Do not tamper with the seat belts or (optional) on vehicles that are restraint systems, follow the instructions child restraint systems. Established equipped with it, before placing the provided by the restraint system legislation in some countries already child seat on the passenger’s seat. manufacturer. provides that children under 12 years of age may not travel in the front passenger seat. B 24

SAFETY AIRBAG Airbag system components CAUTION The airbag system is composed of two When the ignition key is turned to CAUTION The airbag is not a substitute for instantly inflatable cushions, one on the position II (see on page 65), the 2 driver side, in the centre of the steering warning light C comes on, and if no the seat belts but increases their wheel A, and the other on the passenger faults are detected, goes off after 4 effectiveness. side, inside the dashboard B. seconds. If the warning light does not Correct use of the seat belts in come on, or if it stays on, or if it comes combination with the airbag offers on while driving, immediately contact maximum protection in the event of a the Ferrari Service Network. collision. A B C 25

SAFETY Operation CAUTION CAUTION The airbags are controlled by an ECU The driver and passenger are both Always drive with your hands on the 2 that activates them in the event of a advised not to travel handling objects rim of the steering wheel so that, head-on collision with medium or strong (e.g., cans, bottles, pipes, etc.,) placed in case of activation, the airbag can impact. on the airbag module covers or near inflate without obstruction. In the event that an impact (deceleration) them, as they could be thrown towards Always keep the back of your seat in exceeds the sensor calibration value, the the occupants by the inflating bag and the upright position and sit with your electronic control unit sends an airbag may cause leakages of extremely hot back properly resting on it. activation signal. The airbags start gases. The passenger must always fasten inflating, opening the covers along the When the system starts operating, the seat belt and sit in an upright breaking line, until they are fully deployed gases are released in the form of fumes position, as far as possible away from (in a few tenths of milliseconds) and together with the gas used for inflating the airbag, in order to have optimal positioned as protection between the the airbags. protection in all types of collision. driver’s or passenger’s body and the These gases are not harmful. Do not modify the system components vehicle structures which could cause or wiring under any circumstances. injury. The airbags deflate immediately afterwards. 26

SAFETY Do not cut or tamper with the Damaged or defective components of If the vehicle has been stolen or there has connectors of the airbag harness or on the airbag system cannot be repaired and been an attempted theft, have the airbag the airbag modules. must be replaced. system checked by the Ferrari Service 2 Improper operations performed on the Network. Do not cover the steering wheel or the passenger side of the dashboard with system components may cause failures CAUTION adhesive tape or treat it in any way. or deployment of the airbags with The airbag modules must be consequent damage. replaced at the intervals shown in the Never remove the steering wheel. If The airbag system components have “MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE” necessary, this procedure should only be been specially designed only for this even if the vehicle has not been performed by a Ferrari Service Network specific vehicle model. Do not attempt to involved in a collision. Centre. use them on other vehicles, as this could All the airbag system components must cause serious injuries to the occupants in be replaced after an accident that has the event of an accident. caused airbag deployment. To scrap the vehicle, please contact Following an accident not involving the Ferrari Service Network to have the airbag deployment, contact the Ferrari airbag system deactivated. Service Network to have the system checked and any system components that may be damaged or malfunctioning replaced. 27

SAFETY The label D on the right-hand side of ABS the dashboard, bears the airbag system This is a safety device that prevents the 2 expiry date. When this expiry date is wheels from locking whenever the driver approaching, contact the Ferrari Service pushes the brake pedal too sharply. Network in order to have the system The system is composed of: replaced. E • electro-hydraulic unit; The labels E and F indicate the presence • EBD braking force distribution of the airbag system. software; • four speed sensors on the wheels, incorporated in the bearings; These features add to the vehicle’s standard braking system, without changing its characteristics. The driver will feel a “sudden” retreat of the brake pedal when the ABS activates. When one of the wheels starts locking, the hydraulic control unit operates the D braking circuit by running a 3-phase cycle: • Reduction (if necessary). • Maintenance. • Pressure increase in the hydraulic circuit. F 28

SAFETY If the ABS is activated while braking, - Optimal braking distance ASR these adjustment phases will be repeated Depending on the type of road surface, Together with the ABS, this system in cycles until the vehicle comes to a stop the braking distance may be reduced by prevents the driving wheels from 2 or the pressure on the pedal decreases. as much as 40%. slipping during acceleration, by means In addition, the system offers the of the Motronic ECU. This controls the CAUTION following advantages: engine operation (to reduce the torque The ABS system does not exempt - Driving stability (no skidding) supplied) and the control pressure on the the driver from driving carefully and even in the event of sharp braking which responsibly at all times. rear brake calipers. may cause wheel locking. The ASR system activates each time the The ABS system cannot compensate - Manoeuvrability (no side-skidding when ignition key is turned to position II and for driving at speeds that are excessively performing sharp turns). can be deactivated by operating the high for certain traffic or road This means that even when an emergency relevant switch (see page 59). surface conditions, worn tyres, worn situation requires sudden braking, the In this case, the letters will appear in components in the braking system or driver can avoid obstacles, or brake on amber on the multi-function display (see driving errors. a curve, without affecting the vehicle page 47). The purpose of the ABS system is solely stability. to assist the driver in controlling braking The ABS system features remain under extreme conditions, in which he/ unaltered as long as the speed limit for she could instinctively cause the wheels the tyre side grip is not exceeded. Beyond to lock. that limit, vehicle skidding cannot be avoided. 29

SAFETY When the system is active, the ASR The ASR operates in combination with INERTIA SWITCH activation is signalled by the words ASR the suspension adjustment system: This is a safety switch positioned in the 2 ACTIVE appearing in green on the multi- • when the “SPORT” mode switch is passenger compartment, under the function display. disabled, the ASR activation supports trim panel on the rear, right-hand side stability in low- and medium-grip of the central console. In the event of a conditions; collision, it deactivates the fuel pump • when the “SPORT” mode switch is relays. activated, the system supports traction, Activation of this switch is signalled by optimising vehicle performance. the illumination of the relative icon on Under low-grip conditions (e.g., ice, the multi-function display (see page 47) sand, etc.), do not select “SPORT” mode and by the illumination of the hazard when the ASR is activated. warning lights. A 30

SAFETY CAUTION The system can be reactivated by pressing button A on the upper part of 2 the switch. 31

GENERAL SAFETY 3 ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ROOF DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 3 Position of the main controls in the vehicle ......................................................... 34 Instrument panel ................................................................................................ 38 Doors ................................................................................................................ 50 Power windows ................................................................................................. 52 Steering wheel position adjustment ..................................................................... 53 Steering wheel levers ........................................................................................... 53 Control switches and buttons ............................................................................. 57 Ignition switch.................................................................................................... 65 Handbrake lever ................................................................................................. 66 Seats.................................................................................................................. 67 Fastening the seat belts....................................................................................... 70 Manual deactivation of the passenger-side airbag (optional) ................................ 71 Rear-view mirrors ............................................................................................... 72 Internal lights .................................................................................................... 73 Ashtray/Cigarette lighter .................................................................................... 74 Sun visors .......................................................................................................... 75 Glove compartment............................................................................................ 75 Rear glove compartment..................................................................................... 76 Engine compartment lid...................................................................................... 77 Luggage compartment lid ................................................................................... 78 Fuel tank cap...................................................................................................... 80 Air conditioning and heating system .................................................................... 82

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE POSITION OF THE MAIN CONTROLS IN THE VEHICLE 3 34

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 2 17 5 1 6 3 3 7 4 8 13 9 16 15 14 12 11 10 Ref. Control Page Ref. Control Page 1 Control switches/buttons 52, 58-61 10 “Automatic gearshift” mode switch (*) 109 2 Adjustable central air vents 84 11 Roof tint level regulator 96 3 Multi-function display scroll buttons 62 12 Roof opening/closing switch 91 4 Hazard light switch 57 13 Reverse/1st gear (*) engagement lever 104 5 Alarm system LED - Passenger airbag deactivation 14 Steering wheel position adjustment lever 53 warning light (optional) 71 15 Tyre pressure calibration button 61 6 Air conditioning and heating system controls 82 16 Engine compartment lid opening lever 77 7 Glove compartment opening buttons 75 17 Adjustable side air vent 84 8 Car stereo system 9 “LOW GRIP” mode button (*) 108 (*) For version with “F1” gearbox only 35

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 20 21 3 22 23 24 19 18 Ref. Control Page Ref. Control Page 18 Horn control 58 21 Multi-function display 45 19 Exterior lights and direction indicator control lever 54 22 Gearbox control lever “UP” (*) 102 20 Gearbox control lever “DOWN” (*) 102 23 Windscreen and headlight wipers/washer control lever 55-56 24 Ignition switch 65 (*) For version with “F1” gearbox only 36

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 27 26 25 �� 28 3 29 30 31 �� �� 32 Ref. Control Page Ref. Control Page 25 Electric seat adjustment 67 33 Manual gearshift control lever 112 26 Handbrake lever 66 34 Cigarette lighter 74 27 External rear-view mirror adjustment control 73 35 Ashtray 74 28 Internal door opening handle 51 29 Door locking lever 51 30 Driver’s seat position memory controls 69 31 Luggage compartment opening button 78 32 Fuel tank door opening button 80 37

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE INSTRUMENT PANEL 1 Electronic speedometer 2 Revolution counter 3 Oil pressure gauge 4 Oil temperature gauge 3 5 4 7 2 1 8 5 Water temperature gauge 6 Fuel level gauge 7 Gear display (*) 8 Warning lights 9 Multi-function display (*) For versions with “F1” gearbox only. 1 8 3 9 6 38

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 1 - Electronic speedometer Briefly press button A to view the total B Indicates the driving speed in km/h or or trip C mileage on the gauge. mph. To reset the trip odometer, hold button A pressed down for at least 2 seconds. 3 1 B C A 1 39

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 2 - Revolution counter In “Normal” mode, with the “F1” 3 - Engine oil pressure gauge Indicates the engine RPM. gearbox, the system controls this The red warning light D indicates low oil condition in a different way, by engaging pressure. 2 a higher gear. In normal conditions, this light comes on 3 before starting, in order to run a self-test. If a failure occurs, it turns on when the engine is running and pressure is too low. In this case, immediately switch off the engine and contact the Ferrari Service Network. 3 Avoid engine speeds in the red sector. In the case of a mechanically-controlled gearbox or when using “SPORT” mode with the “F1” gearbox, the ignition/ injection ECU temporarily cuts the power D if these speeds are exceeded. 40

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 4 - Engine oil temperature gauge 5 - Water temperature gauge 6 - Fuel level gauge When the red warning light E comes on, Indicates the coolant temperature. The symbol G appears on the multi- it indicates that the water temperature is When the red warning light F comes on, function display when only the last two too high, that is, when the temperature it indicates that the temperature is too bars of the fuel level gauge are visible. exceeds 150 °C. In this case, reduce high. 3 the engine speed immediately. If the This light comes on when the temperature remains high, turn off the temperature exceeds 125°C. In this case, engine and contact the Ferrari Service reduce the engine speed immediately. If Network. the temperature remains high, turn off the engine and contact the Ferrari Service Network. 4 5 6 F E G 41

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE When less than 12 litres of fuel are left, 7 - Gear display When the symbol “_” is displayed, it the multi-function display remains on (for version with “F1” gearbox only) indicates a fault condition in the gearbox. and the last bar H of the fuel level gauge Incorporated in the revolution counter; Please contact the Ferrari Service starts flashing. with the ignition key in position II, it Network to have the necessary checks 3 displays the gear engaged. performed. N Neutral R Reverse 1 1st gear 2 2nd gear 3 3rd gear 4 4th gear 5 5th gear 6 6th gear auto Automatic gearshift mode 6 7 H 42

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 8 - Warning lights Brake failure Airbag If a failure warning light comes on To indicate low brake/clutch fluid While driving, to indicate a while driving, have the necessary in the tank. malfunction in the Airbag system and/or checks performed by the Ferrari Service To indicate excessive wear of the front in the seat belt pretensioners. Network. brake pads. If the warning light does not turn on 3 In addition to turning on for a self-check If the ABS warning light and the ASR for the self-check or if it turns on while before starting, the warning lights may symbol turn on simultaneously on the driving, contact the Ferrari Service illuminate in the following cases: multi-function display, they indicate Network immediately. a failure of the electronic brake force ABS distributor (EBD). “F1” gearbox failure While driving, to indicate a If the warning light turns on while driving, Warning light permanently lit and with malfunction in the ABS system. stop the vehicle, check the level of fluid in acoustic alarm: an operating error has The standard braking system remains the tank and contact the Ferrari Service occurred in the “F1” gearbox. functional - contact the Ferrari Service Network. If the failure still permits it, free the road Network. and contact the Ferrari Service Network. Parking brake Flashing warning light: low pressure in When the parking brake is engaged. the system. 43

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Seat belts Direction indicator Heated rear window and external With the ignition key turned to When the direction lights are rear-view mirror defroster position II, when the driver’s seat belt is activated. When the button controlling not fastened. When the hazard warning lights are the heated rear window and the 3 turned on. external rear-view mirror defroster is operated. Alternator Position lights/low beams These will automatically turn off thirty If there is a fault in the charging When the position lights or low minutes after they have been activated. system. beams are turned on. When the battery is insufficiently charged Vehicle set to “SPORT” mode or overcharged (flashing). High beams When the switch that sets the vehicle to When the high beams are turned “SPORT” mode is operated. Engine control system on. When the high beams are used to “SPORT” mode changes the driving malfunctioning flash. performance of the vehicle. While driving, to indicate a malfunction in the emission control system and in the Parking lights ignition/injection system. “LOW GRIP” (vehicles with “F1” When the parking light control It remains on for a self-check cycle from gearbox”) switch is operated. the moment the ignition key is turned to When “LOW GRIP” driving mode is position II until a few seconds following selected. Rear fog lights engine starting. When the rear fog lights are For further information, refer to page turned on. 123. 44

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE If several warning lights turn on 9 - Multi-function display CHECK OK simultaneously Incorporated in the instrument panel, it When turning the ignition Failure of all braking systems identifies and signals any faults. It may key to position II , the multi- “ABS - EBD - ASR” have the following colours: function display analyses the signals When all the warning lights • Green: normal conditions of use. transmitted by the vehicle systems and, 3 shown turn on at the same • Red: when a fault has been if no faults are found, the words CHECK time: detected. OK light up in green. The vehicle can then • Amber: when one of the vehicle be started. CAUTION systems has been activated. Outside temperature Danger of rear wheels locking due to Press the button provided malfunctioning of the electronic brake Multi-function display signals to display the outside force distributor. The multi-function display shows temperature. Stop the vehicle and avoid braking symbols relative to fault conditions and sharply. Do not drive any further the state of the vehicle. Fuel tank door open and immediately contact the Ferrari If multiple faults occur at the same time, The green symbol indicates that Service Network. they are displayed for a period of time the fuel tank door is open. The vehicle may still be driven at low depending on their priority. speed (max. 40 Km/h - 25 mph), to ASR active free the road. The signals from the tyre pressure If the green symbol comes on monitoring system (optional) that may while driving, it means that the appear on the multi-function display are ASR has activated. The symbol remains described on page 48. on for about 4 seconds. The following symbols may be displayed: 45

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Clock Slow Down Engine compartment lid open It displays the time. While driving, it indicates a If the red symbol comes on, It can be disabled with the high temperature in the exhaust it means that the engine multi-function button (see on page 64). system. compartment lid is open or not properly 3 If the battery is disconnected, the exact Contact the Ferrari Service Network. closed. time will have to be reset using the multi- For further information, refer to page function buttons (see on page 64). Engine compartment and 122. luggage compartment lids open If the red symbol comes Roof failure Alternator failure on, it means that both the engine It signals a roof malfunction The red symbol comes on compartment and the luggage or indicates that a speed of when the battery needs to be compartment lids are open or not 20 km/h (12.4 mph) has been recharged or if a fault has occurred in the properly closed. exceeded with the roof not power supply system. completely closed. Left- and right-hand doors open Perform the emergency procedure (see Hazard warning lights If the red symbol comes on, it on page 94) or contact the Ferrari Service If on, it indicates that all the means that the doors are open Network. direction indicators are on at or not properly closed. the same time. “F1” gearbox system oil level Left-hand door open The red symbol indicates that Luggage compartment lid open If the red symbol comes on, it the “F1” gearbox oil level is too If the red symbol comes on, means that the LH door is open low. it means that the luggage or not properly closed. compartment lid is open or not properly Have the vehicle checked by the Ferrari closed. Service Network. 46

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Right-hand door open Low fuel has occurred in the braking system. If the red symbol comes on, it It indicates that only 18÷20 Have the vehicle checked by the Ferrari means that the RH door is open litres of fuel are left in the tank Service Network. or not properly closed. or that the level gauge is malfunctioning. Brake Service 3 Roof operation Suspension system It indicates that the wear limit It indicates that the roof has If this amber symbol comes on of the carbon brake discs has been operated or has stopped while driving, it means that a been reached. in an intermediate position with respect system fault has occurred. to its closed or open position. If driving Contact the Ferrari Service Network. Have the vehicle checked by the Ferrari faster than 20 km/h (12.4 mph) with Service Network. the roof not completely closed, the red Instrument panel lighting symbol comes on (see on page 46). If selected with the relative Fuel supply cut-off button, it adjusts the brightness Roof «Unknown» If the amber symbol comes on, level of the instrument panel. it means that the inertia switch It indicates that the roof is not has activated and, as a result, the fuel Windscreen washer fluid fully closed or open (see on supply is cut off (see on page 30). This signals a low level of page 92). washer fluid in the windscreen ASR washer tank. Battery charger connected The amber symbol turns on to With the instrument panel on, indicate that the ASR system it indicates that the battery has been disabled by means of the button charger connection is still active. relative (see on page 59). If it comes on while driving, together with the ABS and “Brake failure” warning lights (see on page 45), a malfunction 47

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Displaying messages from the tyre The system is wired so that the antennas, The symbol colour defines the priority: pressure monitoring system the ECU and the calibration button Green: normal conditions of use The vehicle is equipped with a system are connected to the electric system of Red: when a fault has been detected that monitors the tyre pressure by means the vehicle. This wiring is positioned Amber: when the driver is requested to 3 of special sensors secured inside the on the dashboard, next to the engine check the system. wheel rims, in position with the inflation compartment lid opening lever (see on valve. These sensors transmit a signal page 61). The following symbols will appear to that is detected by the antennas fastened The system must be calibrated using identify each wheel; the “solid” square on the car body, behind the gravel the button on the dashboard after tyre indicates the tyre involved: guards, and connected to the ECU. replacement or inflation. • FL front left-hand wheel • RL rear left-hand wheel The system can momentarily experience CAUTION • RR rear right-hand wheel radio-electric interference emitted by The system warns the driver that there • FR front right-hand wheel devices using similar frequencies. is a drop in tyre pressure. However, The ECU processes this information and, this does not exempt the driver from Pressure indication for each tyre via the CAN line, transmits a series of tyre periodically checking that the tyres are It can be activated by pressing pressure data and system errors, if any, inflated to the indicated pressure (see the scroll button on the multi- to the instrument panel. label on page 13). function display (see on page 62) to view The signal transmitted by the ECU In addition, the system does not the pressure of each tyre. activates some symbols on the multi- inform the driver of sudden damage If requested when the data is not function display with two priority levels: to tyres caused by external objects/ available, (e.g., during the calibration a soft warning if the decrease in pressure, agents. procedure) the symbols will be shown with respect to the rated pressure, is with “_._” instead of the value. greater than 0.2 bar, and a hard warning if it is greater than 0.4 bar or if there is a dynamic decrease greater than 0.2 bar/min. 48

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Tyre pressure check request Puncture without wheel System calibration request without indication of the wheel indication Activated for a few seconds Activated for a few seconds Activated when a puncture after turning the ignition key to after the engine has started. It indicates occurs, ignoring the tyre involved since position II to signal that the system is not a drop in pressure with respect to the the system is not yet calibrated. It calibrated. 3 last value stored. The system ignores remains on until the ignition key is turned Adjust the tyre pressure and calibrate the which tyre is involved since it has not yet to position 0. system (see on page 61). identified the position. Follow the instructions in the section Check the pressure of all the tyres. “Replacing the wheels” on page 128, Confirming the calibration when only one tyre has a puncture. procedure With the ignition key in position Tyre pressure check request II (without starting the engine) the Activated for a few seconds Puncture with wheel indication warning light comes on after pressing the after the engine has started, but Activated when a puncture calibration button for about 5 seconds. unlike before, the system indicates which occurs, indicating the tyre The warning light goes off when the wheel is signalling the fault. involved. It remains on until the ignition engine has started. Check the pressure of the tyre indicated. key is turned to position 0. During calibration, the tyre condition Follow the instructions in the section may be displayed partially (pressure not “Replacing the wheels” on page 128, shown) even if the system has already when only one tyre has a puncture. learned the position from the sensors. 49

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE System faulty DOORS Opening the doors from outside The system does not respond or Introduction Deactivate the alarm system and the is defective. central locking using the radio control, When a door is opened or closed, the Have the system repaired by the Ferrari window automatically moves down by or turn the key in the lock to turn off the 3 Service Network. approximately 2 centimetres, position central door locking system. A, in order to avoid hitting the upper When operating the handle C to open System temporarily not active weather strip. When the door is closed, the door, the window moves down by Appears when the system the window automatically moves back approximately 2 centimetres. When the is temporarily unable to up, position B, until it meets the upper door is closed, it will move back up until function. This may occur because of weather strip. it meets the weather strip. external electromagnetic interference or excessive sensor temperature. The system automatically resets once the normal conditions are restored. The message appears in the event of A B system components’ replacement. System not active If the system has been deactivated by means of the diagnostic tester. After turning the ignition key to position C II, the warning light remains on for about 50 seconds and then goes off. 50

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Locking and opening the doors from When operating the handle E without ‘Door open’ indicator the inside opening the door, the window moves Each door is equipped with a red light To lock/unlock both doors, use the down to its “target position” and F on the rear part and a light G on the “LOCK” lever D. stops. If the door is not opened after 20 lower part, which come on when the When operating the handle E to open seconds, the window will move back up door is opened. 3 the door, the window moves down to until it meets the weather strip. These lights turn on automatically when its “target” position. When the door is the door is opened to illuminate the closed, it will move back up until it meets Therefore, to open the door, release the opening area. the weather strip. handle and pull it again. A buzzer warns the driver when one or both doors are opened with the ignition key in the ignition block. D E E D F G 51

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE POWER WINDOWS Passenger side power window CAUTION The power windows can only be used Press button B to move the window up Improper use of the power windows with the ignition key in position II. or down. can be dangerous. Before use, always This button allows only manual check that people and objects are a 3 Driver side power window operation: when button B is released, the safe distance away. window stops in the position reached. Pay particular attention during the Press button A to move the window up When the door is open, the window automatic operation of the driver’s or down. This button allows manual can only rise to its “target” position, to side power window. operation (partial opening/closing) prevent the door from colliding with the To protect any passengers remaining or automatic operation (complete upper weather strip when it is closed. seated in the vehicle against accidental opening/closing): press button A briefly, to activate manual operation; hold the activation of the power windows, button down for a longer time (more always remove the key from the than 0.3 seconds) to activate automatic ignition. operation so that the window stops when A B it reaches the end of its travel, or press the button a second time. 52

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE STEERING WHEEL POSITION • Adjust the steering wheel position. STEERING WHEEL LEVERS ADJUSTMENT • Lock the steering wheel by pushing the When operating the left-hand lever, the Both the height and depth of the steering lever A back to the initial position. exterior lights and direction indicators wheel can be adjusted. CAUTION come on. • Release the lever A by pulling it Do not adjust the steering wheel when The exterior lights and the direction 3 towards the steering wheel. the vehicle is moving. indicators only work when the ignition key is in position II. A A 53

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE External lights Position “3” (lever pushed forward): Direction indicators Position “0”: High beams on (the relative warning light When operating the lever, the relevant Lights off also turns on). warning light on the instrument panel The high beams can only be turned on turns on intermittently (see on page 44). 3 0 with the lever in position “2”. The lever returns to its central position when the steering wheel is straightened. 3 Position “A” (lever at rest): Position “1” (lever turned by one click): Direction indicators off. Position lights and number plate lights on (the relevant warning light also illuminates) and the instrument panel is Flashing the headlights: backlit. You can flash the headlights using the high beams, by pulling the lever towards 1 A the steering wheel (this function can be used with the lever in any position). Position “2” (lever turned by two clicks): Low beams on. 2 54

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Position “B” (lever up): Windscreen and headlight wipers/ Windscreen wipers Right-hand side indicators. washer control lever Position “0”: Operate the right-hand lever behind the Windscreen wipers off. steering wheel to activate the windscreen B and headlight wipers/washer. Position “ ” (lever lowered by one click): 3 They work only with the ignition key in Adjustable intermittent operation. position II. The headlight washers only work with the low beams on. Position “I” (lever lowered by two clicks): Continuous slow operation. Position “II” (lever lowered by three clicks): Continuous fast operation. Position “C” (lever down): Left-hand side indicators. 0 I C II 55

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Adjusting the intermittent speed: Windscreen washer In position “ ”, rotate the lever to adjust Pull the lever towards the steering the intermittent speed (clockwise = wheel A to simultaneously activate the slower intermittent speed; windscreen washer and the windscreen 3 anticlockwise = faster intermittent wipers. speed). When the lever is released, the windscreen washer stops while the windscreen wipers continue for a few more strokes. Headlight washers With the low beams on, pull the lever towards the steering wheel A, to activate the headlight washer. For better cleaning, use the headlight washers when the vehicle speed is below 130 km/h (80 mph). A 56

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE CONTROL SWITCHES AND Their activation is indicated by the BUTTONS symbol B appearing on the multi- function display and by the intermittent Hazard warning lights illumination of the warning light, C, and They are activated by pressing switch A. of the switch, A. 3 All of the direction indicators will start For deactivation, press the switch once flashing simultaneously. These lights again. will operate with the ignition key in any position. C A B 57

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Horn control Parking lights Their activation is indicated by the The horn is activated by pressing the They are activated by pressing switch illumination of the warning light, E. sides of the upper spokes on either side D. The position lights will be turned on. For deactivation, press the switch once of the steering wheel, in position with the These lights will operate with the ignition again. 3 horn symbol. key in any position. D E 58

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ASR deactivation button CAUTION Press button F to deactivate the ASR Under medium or low grip conditions system (always active upon starting); the (e.g., wet, icy, sandy etc. road symbol G appears on the multi-function surfaces), keep the ASR system active display. and do not select “SPORT” mode. 3 When the ASR system is enabled, In any case, we advise you to keep the activation of the anti-skid function is ASR system enabled, even under normal indicated by the words “ASR ACTIVE” driving conditions. (H) appearing on the multi-function display for at least 4 seconds. CAUTION If the symbol G is displayed when the G ASR is active, it means that the system is malfunctioning. Contact the Ferrari Service Network. F H 59

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Rear fog lights CAUTION These are activated, only when the high Independently of the setting chosen for beams or low beams are on, by pressing L the vehicle, the driver is always obliged button I. Their activation is indicated by to observe the essential rules for safe 3 the illumination of the warning light J. driving. CAUTION Use the rear fog lights only in poor visibility conditions. J “SPORT” mode I K The driver can change the vehicle setting depending on his/her own driving style. • Press button K to activate or deactivate “SPORT” mode. Its activation is indicated by the illumination of the warning light L. “SPORT” mode is the ideal setting for racing style driving under high grip conditions, while “normal” mode is the ideal setting for a comfortable driving style and ensures the vehicle stability under low and medium grip conditions. 60

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Heated rear window and external Tyre pressure calibration button rear-view mirror defroster To calibrate the system, with the ignition These are activated by pressing button key in position II, press button P, near the M. Their activation is indicated by the engine compartment lid opening handle, illumination of the warning lights N and for 4-10 seconds. 3 O. 30 minutes after activation, the control button will automatically be turned off. It is, however, advisable to turn it off when the demisting or defrosting procedure has been completed. N O M P 61

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE The symbol Q will appear on the multi- Multi-function display scroll buttons • RH rear tyre pressure (RR) function display. • LH rear tyre pressure (RL). The multi-function display scroll buttons The system will take a maximum of Press the left-hand button R at length can be activated only with the ignition 20 minutes to complete the setting (more than 2 seconds) to access the key in position II. 3 procedure with the vehicle in motion. programming mode, where you can If the difference in pressure between the By default, the time is displayed on the scroll the options by briefly pressing the wheels on the same axle exceeds 0.4 bar, multi-function display on the instrument LH button R. the system will not calibrate. panel. Four options are available: If the system detects a pressure drop Briefly press (less than 2 seconds) the • adjusting the instrument panel during calibration, the relevant symbol left-hand button R to sequentially switch brightness will appear on the multi-function display between the various functions shown on • turning the clock ON/OFF (see on page 49). the display: • setting the hours • outside temperature • setting the minutes. • LH front tyre pressure (FL) • RH front tyre pressure (FR) • RH rear tyre pressure (RR) R S • LH rear tyre pressure (RL). If one or more alarm symbols illuminate on the multi-function display, briefly press the LH button R to access the above mentioned functions, using the same procedures, but in the following sequence: • clock • outside temperature Q • LH front tyre pressure (FL) • RH front tyre pressure (FR) 62

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Within each specific area, briefly press Briefly press the right-hand button S to Instrument panel lighting the right-hand button S to make the switch between total and trip odometer; Press the left-hand button R at length to following adjustments: if you press the RH button S at length, view the symbol U on the multi-function • increase the instrument panel the trip odometer is reset. display. Briefly press the right-hand brightness button S, to adjust the brightness of the 3 • turn the clock ON/OFF Outside temperature instrument panel to a value between 0 • increase the hours Briefly press the left-hand button R to and 30. • increase the minutes. view the outside temperature on the The programming mode is ended if multi-function display T. no button is pressed for more than 5 seconds (timeout) or after briefly pressing the LH button from the minute- setting option. R S T U 63

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Clock When the battery is disconnected, Press the left-hand button R at length, the clock stops. When the battery is then briefly press the same button again reconnected, the exact time must be reset to turn off the time display V, selecting using the multi-function display scroll 3 the option OFF. In this case, the clock will buttons (see on page 62). remain off even when the ignition key is If one or more alarm symbols appear on then turned to position II. To switch it on the multi-function display, the time will again, the procedure described must be not be displayed as long as the alarm is repeated, choosing the option ON. active. Considering that, while driving, more than one indicator lights may be turned on simultaneously, the time and the ASR or “Fuel reserve” symbols can be shown simultaneously on the multi-function display. Any other messages on the multi- function display will be shown according to the display sequence described earlier. V 64

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE IGNITION SWITCH Position II - Ignition The ignition key can be turned to 3 Turning the key to this position, the positions: multi-function display will run a check Position 0 - Stop cycle on the signals coming from the Engine off, key removable. vehicle systems. If no malfunctions are 3 When the key is even only partially found, the words “CHECK OK” light up. extracted, the steering column is locked. The hazard warning lights and the parking lights can be turned on. To facilitate steering wheel release, turn the steering wheel slightly in both directions while turning the ignition key. II 0 65

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Position III - Start HANDBRAKE LEVER CAUTION To engage the handbrake, pull the lever A B Never remove the key when the vehicle fully upwards, until the rear wheels lock. is moving! With the ignition key in position II, the 3 The steering wheel will lock on the first warning light B comes on to indicate that steer. the handbrake is engaged. Always remove the key from the ignition when you get out of the vehicle! Never leave children unattended in the vehicle. A III 66

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE To release the handbrake, pull the lever SEATS The seat position can be electrically slightly upwards and press the release adjusted using controls A and B. CAUTION button C. Using control A you can slide the seat Never adjust the driver’s seat while Lower down the lever fully keeping the forward and backward and, turning it driving, as this may cause you to lose button pressed. control of the vehicle. clockwise or anticlockwise, you can raise 3 The warning light B will switch off when or lower the seat cushion. the handbrake is fully released. Using control B you can: CAUTION - adjust the backrest inclination; Always use the handbrake when - adjust the lumbar support area. the vehicle is parked. For further information, see on page 113. C E D E C B A A B 67

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE The knob C on the backrest can be used “Skin saver” device to adjust the seat sides. D To prevent the backrest from touching the rear panel of the passenger compartment when moving the seats 3 backward, a switch F has been fitted on the panel , behind each seat. When the backrest depresses this switch, it stops the backward movement of the seat. C Use the lever E to tilt the backrest forward. The headrests D can be manually E adjusted in height and inclination. Adjust the headrest to suit your height in such a way that the centre of the headrest is level with the nape and not the neck. F 68

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE With the backrest in the correct position, Driver’s seat position memory The memorisation of a new seat position the seat can be moved fully backward This device allows you to memorise and cancels the one previously stored with the without touching the rear panel. recall two different seat positions. same button. You can memorise the seat position only To recall one of the stored positions when the ignition is in position II. when the door is open, press button 1 or 3 Adjust seat position as described in the 2 for about 3 seconds. previous points. To recall the memorised position with the Then simultaneously press the button door closed, press the required button M and one of the buttons 1 or 2, each until you hear the tone indicating the seat one of which corresponds to a memory stop. position, until you hear a double confirmation tone. The lumbar support adjustment will not be memorised with the seat position. 1 2 M 69

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE “Racing” type seats (optional) FASTENING THE SEAT BELTS • Position the seat belt correctly. The seats can be slid forward and Adjust the seat and headrest properly. Do not use any objects (e.g., spring clips, backward by pulling the lever G upward. • Grip the buckle A, slowly pull the belt locks, etc.) that hold the seat belt away Turn the knob H to obtain the desired and insert the latch into the buckle B. from your body. 3 position of the backrest. If the belt locks while you are pulling it CAUTION out, let it wind back briefly and pull it Do not allow children to be held on a out again without jerking. passenger’s lap using only one seat belt • Make sure that it has clicked into the for both of them. locked position. A B G H 70

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE If the driver’s seat belt is not fastened, Unfastening the seat belts MANUAL DEACTIVATION when you turn the ignition key to position • Push the release button D. OF THE PASSENGER-SIDE II, the warning light C comes on. • Guide the belt latch A back to its rest AIRBAG (optional) position. If a child is to be transported in the front passenger seat, always deactivate the 3 passenger-side airbag before fitting the child seat. The airbag can be deactivated by means of the relative key-operated switch located on the right-hand side of the dashboard. The switch is only accessible with the door open. C A D 71

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE The key switch has two positions: CAUTION REAR-VIEW MIRRORS 1) passenger airbag active: (position If the passenger-side airbag is Interior rear view mirror ON) instrument panel warning light deactivated, because you are carrying off; it is prohibited to carry children a passenger who is considered by the This can be adjusted manually. To set the mirror in the anti-dazzle 3 on the passenger seat. laws in force to be at risk and who 2) passenger-side airbag deactivated: must therefore use supplementary position, push lever A forward. (position OFF) warning light A on; restraining systems, this passenger will children can travel in the passenger not have the additional protection of seat if they are suitably protected by the airbag in the event of a collision. specific restraint systems. Only deactivate the airbag when a The warning light A on the central person at risk is being carried, and control panel remains permanently on always reactivate it at the end of the until the passenger airbag is reactivated. journey. With the door open, the key can be inserted and extracted in both positions. A A 72

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE External rear-view mirrors INTERNAL LIGHTS They can be electrically adjusted. You can select when the dome light Use the selector switches B to select the should come on with the switches found mirror (left-hand or right-hand) you wish on the windscreen upper cross member: to adjust. on when the doors are closed; 3 Use button C to adjust the mirror off; vertically or horizontally. automatically on when the doors are unlocked for about 10 seconds, and when one of the doors is opened for about 3 minutes. After closing the doors, the dome light remains on until the engine is started or, in any case, for not longer than 20 seconds. The external rear-view mirrors can be C B manually folded towards the front or the rear. CAUTION The mirrors must be always positioned correctly while driving. Do not adjust the mirrors when the vehicle is moving. 73

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ASHTRAY/CIGARETTE To clean the ashtray A, remove it by CAUTION LIGHTER pulling it upwards. Do not use the cigarette lighter seat as To access the ashtray or cigarette lighter, Slide the cigarette lighter into place by a power socket for electrical items of push the central console cover backward. fully pushing down the button B. any kind! 3 After reaching the required temperature, The cigarette lighter C reaches high the cigarette lighter is automatically temperatures. Handle it with care to released to its initial position and is ready avoid risk of burns and fire. to be used. B C A 74

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE SUN VISORS GLOVE COMPARTMENT The sun visors can be lowered by moving them downwards. It is found on the dashboard, on the On the back of the sun visor there is a small map pocket. passenger side, and has a key lock, A. The glove compartment can be opened/ closed with the ignition key. 3 To access the compartment, press on the lock. A 75

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE The glove compartment is illuminated REAR GLOVE COMPARTMENT If you continue to push, the spring thrust by an internal light B which comes on The panel behind the seats houses a will reopen the glove compartment. automatically when the lid is opened. glove compartment which can be opened In the event that the actuator fails or the CAUTION simply by pressing on the word “PUSH”. battery is flat, the glove compartment 3 Keep the glove compartment closed The glove compartment is opened by can be opened by pulling the emergency while driving. means of an actuator and the thrust of opening string positioned at the bottom an internal spring which holds it in this of the rear panel, behind the passenger position. seat. To close it, push it into the closed On top of the glove compartment is a position and stop pushing when you hear pocket-change tray, to store small items the locking click. and/or documents. B 76

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ENGINE COMPARTMENT LID Disengage the lid retaining lever, B, found The lid is kept in the open position by two Opening in the front, central area of the vehicle, by gas struts C. pushing it upwards. To unlock the engine compartment lid, Closing pull the lever A, on the left-hand side of the steering column. Lower the lid until it is closed and press 3 down near the lock until you hear it click in place. CAUTION Always check that the lid is closed properly to prevent it from opening while driving. A B B C 77

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Emergency opening Through the opening where the cap was LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT LID If the lever A does not work, insert your removed, grip the ring E with your fingers The luggage compartment lid can be hand through the fins of the front grille and pull it downwards. opened with the roof in the “fully closed” and push until the protective cap D is or “fully open” position. 3 removed from its seat. Opening To open the engine compartment lid, push the button A. D A E 78

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Lift the luggage compartment lid. To Closing Emergency opening facilitate the operation, there are two gas Using the grip on the inside, lower the If the button A does not work, pull the struts B that help pushing the luggage luggage compartment lid until it touches lever D positioned behind the driver’s compartment lid upward and hold it in the bodywork. seat, under the seat belt attachment this position. Then press downward on the middle of point. 3 The luggage compartment is illuminated the lid until you hear the lock click. by an internal light that comes on CAUTION automatically when the luggage Do not close the lid with force, compartment lid is opened. slamming it on the body, so as not to damage the closing mechanism and/or the lid itself. D B 79

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE FUEL TANK CAP Opening • Unscrew the cap B, turning it • Push the release button A to open the anticlockwise and put it in its seat C. fuel tank door. Always turn off the engine during refuelling. Take extreme care when 3 removing the cap. Do not smoke or use open flames when refuelling; furthermore, inhaling vapours can be harmful. B A C 80

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Closing Emergency opening • Screw the cap B back on tightly and If the button A does not work, the fuel close the fuel tank door. tank door can be opened manually with Make sure that the cord D does not hang the ring E, located on the right-hand side out of the fuel tank door. of the luggage compartment. 3 B E D 81

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE AIR CONDITIONING AND 7 Passenger compartment temperature Operating modes HEATING SYSTEM sensor. Automatic 1 Fixed air vents for windscreen. 8 Air conditioning and heating system This mode automatically adjusts 2 Fixed air vents for side windows. controls. humidity and ventilation according to the 3 3 Adjustable central and side vents. selected temperature. 4 Air vents for foot area. Manual 5 Sun radiation sensor. This mode allows manual adjustment using the controls. 6 Outside temperature sensor. 1 6 110 170 2 50 ˚C 2 100 60 140 ˚C 5 10 0 bar 3 3 5 8 3 4 4 7 82

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Functions and controls Air conditioning control switch Fast demisting/defrosting 9 Air conditioning control switch. Released This mode allows the user The air conditioner is on. to demist and/or defrost 10 Air distribution control. The air is cooled and/or only the windscreen and the side 11 Temperature selection control. 12 Fan speed control. dehumidified according to the selected windows. 3 temperature. 13 Air recirculation switch. Temperature selection control Pressed (stop) This is used to set the The air conditioner is off. desired temperature in the However, heating is still enabled and will passenger compartment. turn on according to the temperature set. The end positions activate the low and high functions (minimum Air distribution control and maximum air temperature). It has three operating modes: 10 12 Fan speed control Automatic It has two operating modes: The air flow distribution is controlled by the electronic Automatic system depending on the The air flow is controlled ambient conditions and the selected by the electronic system temperature. according to the selected temperature to be reached Manual and maintained. The air flow is directed 9 11 13 towards four different areas. 83

ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE Manual Once the internal temperature has Adjusting the air vents Position 0 turns the air stabilised at the desired level, you are Air flow direction adjustment A. conditioning off and advised not to change the position of the Air flow rate B. permits only the intake of temperature selection switch unless the Turned anti-clockwise: open. 3 outside air when the vehicle is moving. external temperature changes drastically. Turned clockwise: closed. Positions 1, 2, 3, 4 allow selecting the air Changing the position of the temperature flow rate. selection switch results in a certain difference between the temperature in Air recirculation switch the passenger compartment and the air flowing from the vents. This difference Released will gradually decrease as the system The air flow comes from stabilises. the outside. When outside temperatures exceed 35 °C, the air Maintenance recirculation feature remains on with a The pollen filter must be replaced every 120-second pause every twenty minutes, year as indicated in the “MAINTENANCE to refresh the air. SCHEDULE”. 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. 84

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GENERAL SAFETY ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE 4 ROOF DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS

ROOF 4 System description ............................................................................................. 88 Controls and warning lights ................................................................................ 90 Opening sequence .............................................................................................. 92 Closing sequence ............................................................................................... 93 Emergency procedure ......................................................................................... 94 Special warnings................................................................................................. 95 Adjusting the roof tint level ................................................................................. 96 Roof cover ......................................................................................................... 96 Cleaning the glass............................................................................................... 97

ROOF SYSTEM DESCRIPTION The roof is operated by two electric In addition, an electromagnetic clutch is The electrochromic glass roof with motors mounted on either side of the fitted on either side, so that the roof can carbon fibre structure rotates on a single roof, which drive, by means of a toothed be moved manually even in the event of axis (RevocromicoTM), shared with the belt, a pulley installed in position with malfunctioning or failure of the electrical luggage compartment lid and hinged to the fulcrum point. system, or with the key in position 0 or the bodywork. the battery disconnected. 4 This system does not reduce luggage compartment space, also when the roof is open, since it is held in position on the luggage compartment lid by two rear foldaway locks, driven by a single motor. Moreover, when the roof is open, the rear window acts as a wind deflector. 88

ROOF The system is controlled by an ECU which CAUTION The roof may be opened/closed only uses seven sensors positioned in strategic Always make sure, before activation under the following conditions: points. These sensors detect the open/ and during operation, that people or - vehicle stationary closed condition of the safety handle things are at a safe distance from the - parking brake engaged and of the locks on the windscreen roof ’s movable parts. - luggage compartment lid fully closed upper cross member and on the luggage Never leave children unattended in the - sufficient battery charge (higher than compartment lid. vehicle. 10.5V). 4 The operating logic of the system It is also advisable to keep the engine When the roof is operated, the driver disregards the position of the roof, since running to preserve the battery charge. and passenger must remain properly when the ECU is off and the clutches If one or more of the above conditions seated in the their seats. disengaged, the roof can be moved are not met, the ECU detects the error manually and the ECU is unable to and activates a buzzer when the toggle update its position. switch is operated. This signal is also The driver can open and close the roof activated if the battery voltage is too low. using the toggle switch positioned on In addition to the buzzer, the roof the central console, next to the glass operation symbol is shown on the multi- transparency regulator (see on page 96). function display of the instrument panel (see on page 47). 89

ROOF CONTROLS AND WARNING Opening: lower the handle and rotate it Closing: lower the handle and rotate it LIGHTS anticlockwise (to the left) until it stops. clockwise (to the right) until it stops. The safety handle A allows opening/ After rotating the handle, tilt it guiding it After rotating the handle, tilt it guiding it closing the locks that secure the roof to the rest position. to the rest position. to the upper cross member of the windscreen. 4 A A A 90

ROOF The toggle switch B allows opening or The roof operation is signalled by an If the toggle switch B is released before closing of the roof only when the ignition amber warning light C that lights up on the opening or closing cycle has been key is in position II (Ignition). the instrument panel. completed, the roof stops and the Opening: push the toggle switch clutches remain engaged. backward (roof movement direction). If the opening/closing toggle switch is not Closing: push the toggle switch forward. pressed within 10 minutes, the system Keep it pressed until the operation has reverts to a “Roof Unknown” condition and 4 been completed. the clutches are released after 2 seconds, releasing the roof. This condition is signalled by a buzzer. CAUTION In this condition, the roof may dangerously rotate knocking against the luggage compartment lid. CLOSE B OPEN C 91

ROOF The “Roof Unknown” condition is also OPENING SEQUENCE • When the roof has reached the fully activated if the ignition key is turned • Open the locks on the windscreen open position, the windows move to position II when the roof is not fully cross member by operating the handle back up. During this last stage, the closed or open. A. toggle switch B can be released and This condition occurs also if the safety • Push the toggle switch B backward, the cycle may be considered completed handle A is released. to start opening the roof: the entire once the rear locks E have secured the 4 In this condition, the amber warning light action takes approximately 10 seconds. roof in position on the the luggage D illuminates on the instrument panel. • The side windows lower fully (they compartment lid. The buzzer will To prevent excessive power absorption cannot be operated until the procedure sound to indicate the end of cycle. through the battery, do not operate the has been completed). The opening cycle can be stopped and switch when the engine is off. the closing cycle started simply by reversing the position of the toggle switch B. B OPEN E D 92

ROOF CLOSING SEQUENCE • Push the toggle switch B forward; the • To secure the front end of the roof to • If the locks on the windscreen cross rear locks open and the roof starts the windscreen cross member, close member are closed, open them by closing. the locks on the windscreen cross operating the handle A and check that • The side windows lower fully (they member by operating the handle A. the hooks F on the locks are open. cannot be operated until the procedure CAUTION If not, the amber symbol D is shown on has been completed). This action is essential for the safety of the multi-function display and the buzzer • The front section of the roof goes the occupants and to avoid damaging 4 sounds (see on page 92). in position on the windscreen cross the vehicle. member, the hooks of the rear locks • When the toggle switch B is pushed fold away, and the toggle switch B can in the closing direction again, the side be released. windows move back up and the closing cycle may be considered complete. The closing cycle can be interrupted and the opening cycle started simply by reversing the position of the toggle switch F B. If the handle A is released while driving CLOSE B and the vehicle speed exceeds 20 km/h (12.4 mph), the clutches automatically engage and the system switches to the “Roof Unknown” condition. The buzzer will sound intermittently and the red “Roof Failure” icon will appear on the instrument panel (see on page 46), without the words “Press Close”. 93

ROOF The red icon G with the words “Press EMERGENCY PROCEDURE Follow the procedure below. Close” is viewed on the multi-function If the system has switched to an “Error” • Manually close the roof as described display only if the vehicle speed exceeds or “Unknown” condition because of below. 20 Km/h (12.4 mph) and the roof is not an incorrect control procedure or • Reconnect the battery (see on page resting on the windscreen cross member. due to malfunctioning of one of the 144). components, which can be identified by • Turn the ignition key to position II 4 the illumination of the warning light D on (Ignition). the instrument panel, (see on page 92), • Detach the battery connector. you can exit this condition by operating • Turn the ignition key to position 0 switch B until the roof rests on the (Stop). windscreen cross member. • Reconnect the battery. You can then open the roof pushing • Turn the ignition key to position II. switch B, or you can close it operating the • Push the toggle switch in the closing safety handle A. direction for at least 5 seconds. If the fault persists after closing the roof This way, the ECU operates the rear manually, contact the Ferrari Service locks until they reach the mechanical Network. stop corresponding to the roof closed position, and it sets the position of the If the battery is accidentally disconnected rear locks to the correct value. or it discharges during the roof opening/ closing cycle, the system goes to the “Initialisation” condition and the ECU must be reset after recharging the battery. G 94

ROOF Closing and opening the roof SPECIAL WARNINGS Loads and stresses, which vary depending manually The luggage compartment can be on the use of the vehicle, can cause slight This operation can be performed in accessed only when the roof is fully open variations in the position of the doors any condition, with the ignition key in or fully closed (see on page 78). or the roof frame. This is why the roof’s position 0 (Stop); in this condition, the Roof operation is stopped in the sealing, against air or water infiltrations clutches are disengaged. following cases: from the windows, cannot be completely Proceed as follows to close the roof. • When the toggle switch is released. guaranteed in all conditions of use. 4 • Guide the roof until it rests on the • When the parking brake is released. Slight infiltrations in some sealing areas windscreen cross member. • When the luggage compartment lid is are, however, normal. • Close the locks on the windscreen cross opened. member by operating the handle A. The vehicle must not be washed in • When the ignition key is turned to The manual opening procedure can be automatic car washes, since the high- position 0. used for cleaning and/or maintenance pressure jets may cause infiltration of • When the battery voltage is below of the roof and its parts. In these cases, water into some areas, which would not 10.5V. be careful since, in the absence of the be detected during normal use. In the above cases, the failure warning rear lock support, the roof will rest on light on the instrument panel comes on the luggage compartment lid and may (see on page 46) and the system reverts damage it. to the “Initialisation” condition. • Open the locks on the windscreen cross member by operating the handle A. • Position a rubber mount on the luggage compartment lid and lower the roof until it rests on it. 95

ROOF ADJUSTING THE ROOF TINT Turn the adjustment dial 1 anticlockwise ROOF COVER LEVEL to increase the roof transparency and The vehicle comes equipped with The roof glass is “electrochromic”: vice versa to decrease it. a roof cover, stored in the luggage this feature allows adjusting the roof Adjustments are only possible with the compartment, which can be used to transparency by transferring a small ignition key in position II (Ignition). protect the roof when it is open. electric charge to the film-like cells When the key is turned to position To fit the cover, remove it from its bag 4 between the two glass layers. 0, the transparency is set back to the and unfold it on the roof. The transparency can be set to six levels intermediate level. Fasten the cover buttons A onto the roof by means of a control on the central pins B, on the front section of the roof. console. These levels range between a maximum transparency, corresponding to the tint of conventional glass, and a minimum transparency, which lets only 1% of sun rays filter in. The transparency variation, i.e. the A “dark-to-light” span, is available in less than 60 seconds. B 1 In order to limit the transmission of solar energy when the vehicle stays in the sun for a long period of time, the system sets the roff tint to an intermediate level each time the ignition key is turned to 0 (Stop). 96

ROOF Hook the rear side of the cover to the When you want to store the cover back CLEANING THE GLASS outer edge of the roof. into the luggage compartment, open the The roof glass does not require any Close the zippers C to completely open zippers C and unfasten the buttons A special treatment. out the cover. from the roof pins. Use window cleaners and do not use Fold the cover on the zippers and put it abrasive cloths, sponges or other tools in its bag. that may scratch the surface. Put the bag in its place, in the front of the 4 luggage compartment. C 97

GENERAL SAFETY ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ROOF 5 DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE 5 Running-in ....................................................................................................... 100 Before a trip .................................................................................................... 100 Starting the system (“F1” gearbox ) ................................................................... 101 Operation with the engine off (“F1” gearbox) .................................................... 102 Starting and warming up the engine (“F1” gearbox) .......................................... 103 Driving the vehicle (“F1” gearbox) ..................................................................... 104 Gearshifting (“F1” gearbox) ............................................................................. 106 Stopping the vehicle (“F1” gearbox)................................................................... 107 Turning off the engine and the system (“F1” gearbox) ........................................ 107 Other system functions (“F1” gearbox) .............................................................. 108 Push start (“F1” gearbox) ................................................................................. 111 Starting and warming up the engine (Mechanical gearbox)................................. 112 Driving the vehicle (Mechanical gearbox) ........................................................... 112 While driving (Mechanical gearbox)................................................................... 113 Parking ............................................................................................................ 114 Safe driving ..................................................................................................... 114 Respecting the environment ............................................................................. 117

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE RUNNING-IN BEFORE A TRIP Recommended lubricants and fluids State-of-the-art production methods Preliminary checks CAUTION allow high precision in the construction Use unleaded fuel only! Check the following at regular intervals and coupling of components. and always before long trips: Using leaded fuel would permanently Nonetheless, the moving parts need to be • tyre pressure and condition; damage the catalytic converters. bedded in, especially in the first hours of • levels of fluids and lubricants; For specifications and quantities of lubricants driving the vehicle. • condition of the windscreen wiper and fluids, follow the information reported in 5 blades; the “Recommended lubricants and fluids” table Engine and transmission • warning lights and exterior lights’ on page 17. Avoid exceeding 5000 RPM for the first operation. 1000 km. In any case, it is advisable to perform After starting, do not exceed 4000 these checks at least every 1000 km, and RPM until the engine has warmed up to always comply with the maintenance sufficiently (oil temperature: 65÷70 °C). schedule. • Do not let the engine run at a It is also advisable to: constantly high speed for a prolonged • clean the glass on the exterior lights time. and all other glass surfaces; • properly adjust the mirrors, steering wheel, seats and seat belts. 100

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE STARTING THE SYSTEM Avoid giving any commands to the (“F1” gearbox ) system during this stage. When turning the ignition key to position CAUTION II, the gearbox display A is activated and If the warning light B continues all its segments come on as well as the flashing without going off, turn off relevant failure warning light, B, which the system and restart. If the failure will go off after a few seconds if no faults B persists, contact the Ferrari Service are found. Network to have the necessary checks The gear currently engaged will remain performed. 5 highlighted on the display. If the warning light B stays on, it means that there is a system failure; this condition will also be signalled by a buzzer when the ignition key is turned to It may also occur that: position II. when the driver’s door is opened, the Contact the Ferrari Service Network “F1” system pump starts up for several to have the cause of the malfunction seconds; this function allows the system corrected. to be ready when the ignition key is inserted. The failure warning light B may also flash for a short period of time (10 sec.) and then switch off: the system completes A the “start-up” phase and then starts correctly. 101

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE OPERATION WITH THE CAUTION CAUTION ENGINE OFF (“F1” gearbox) If a horizontal dash appears on the Hold the lever R pulled backward, Once the “System starting” stage has display, there is a system failure. until the letter R appears on the been completed, the gear engaged will When the engine is off, you can engage display. appear on the display: 1st, reverse R and neutral N. Holding the • Engaging 1st gear: push the lever R N (Neutral) brake pedal down, you must proceed as forwards or pull the lever UP towards R (Reverse) follows: the steering wheel. 1 (1st gear) • N (Neutral): pull both levers found Immediately release the levers UP and R 5 2 (2nd gear), etc. behind the steering wheel. when the gear is shown on the display. A If the indication flashes (may also • R (Reverse): lift and pull the lever R prolonged manoeuvre would cause the occur in N) it means that the gear is towards the rear of the vehicle. failure warning light B to come on and not properly engaged or is disengaged; the buzzer to sound. therefore, request N and then the desired gear. DOWN UP R B 102

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE Do not operate the system with the STARTING AND WARMING UP • After the engine has started, the words engine off, to prevent discharging the THE ENGINE (“F1” gearbox) Check OK will be displayed. battery. • Ensure that the handbrake is engaged Do not hold the key in position III for a and that the doors are closed. prolonged time. Also avoid useless sequences of gear- • It is advisable to keep the brake pedal If the engine does not start, turn the key shifting with the engine turned off, in pressed when starting the engine. back to position 0 and wait for the gear order to prevent the “F1” system pump • Do not push the accelerator pedal. display to go off before retrying. from overheating. • Turn the key to position II and wait CAUTION When the driver’s door, engine until the words Check OK appear on Hold the brake pedal down while 5 compartment lid or luggage starting the engine. the multi-function display. compartment lid are not properly closed, • If the words Check OK are not The engine can also be started with a no gear can be engaged. displayed, turn the key back to position gear engaged: turning the key to position 0, wait a few seconds and retry. III, the system allows the clutch to open • Set the gear to neutral by pulling both and the gear to shift to neutral and only levers UP and DOWN towards the then is the starter motor activated to steering wheel and check that the gear start the engine. This procedure usually display indicates N not flashing. requires one second. With very low • Turn the key to position III and release temperatures, this procedure could take it as soon as the engine has started. slightly longer. If the gearshift is in position N starting is immediate. 103

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE With the engine started, release the DRIVING THE VEHICLE key, which will automatically return to (“F1” gearbox) position II. With the engine running, the vehicle If the engine does not start after turning stationary and the brake pedal pushed, the key to position 0, wait for the gear pull the right-hand UP lever to engage 1st display to go off and then repeat the gear, or move the lever R forward. entire procedure. R CAUTION If the engine fails to start after several Use 1st gear to park and for uphill 5 attempts, check for one of the following starts. causes: Release the brake pedal and press the • insufficient speed of the starter motor accelerator to start off. (flat battery); With the engine running and the vehicle • ignition device faulty; stationary, you can change directly: • faulty electrical contacts; If, shifting from reverse to 1st gear, the - from 1st or 2nd gear to reverse gear, by • blown fuel pump fuses. system automatically engages 2nd gear, it operating the lever R; means that jamming has occurred on 1st Do not run the engine at high speeds - from reverse gear to 1st, gear by gear. This is not a malfunction, but part until the oil temperature has reached at pushing the lever C forward or pulling the of the system operating logic. For the least 65÷70 °C, approximately. lever UP towards the steering wheel. same reason, when changing from 1st to When reversing, a safety buzzer sounds reverse gear, in the event of jamming, the intermittently for the entire time that system automatically engages N. reverse gear remains engaged. If the vehicle stands still for long periods of time with the engine running, it is advisable to keep the gearshift in N. 104

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE If you allow the vehicle to move forward In these cases, release the accelerator • If the accelerator pedal is depressed in N (e.g. on downhill stretches), when pedal and use only the brake pedal to rapidly when the ASR is deactivated or UP is requested, a gear will be engaged in stop the vehicle or, where possible, start “SPORT” mode is active, you will have relation to the vehicle speed. off immediately. a “performance” start which will result For safety reasons, the system activates Important in considerable skidding of the driving the buzzer and automatically shifts to • When the vehicle is stationary with wheels, even in good grip conditions. N when, with the vehicle stationary, the a gear engaged, always keep the engine running and a gear engaged: brake pedal pressed until ready for • the brake pedal or the accelerator are departure. 5 not pushed for more than 90 seconds; • Do not “rev the engine” using the • if the brake pedal is pressed for more accelerator pedal when you start off. than 10 minutes; • Shift to reverse only when the vehicle • the door is opened without pressing is completely stationary and with the the brake pedal or the accelerator; brake pedal pressed. • the engine compartment lid is opened. If the vehicle is stopped on an uphill CAUTION stretch, do not use the “pick-up The buzzer may also sound to warn manoeuvre” to keep the vehicle the driver that the clutch is starting to stationary but only the brake, and push overheat. This may occur if you use the the accelerator pedal only when you are accelerator pedal when the vehicle is ready to leave. stationary on a hill or during the “pick- up” manoeuvre. 105

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE GEARSHIFTING (“F1” gearbox) In any event, it is advisable to: Downshifting (DOWN) • Shift gears without releasing the Use the left-hand DOWN lever, even Upshifting (UP) accelerator pedal if it is pressed. without releasing the accelerator pedal. Use the right-hand UP lever without • Wait until gearshifting has been A DOWNshift request is not accepted releasing the accelerator pedal. completed before requesting the next if engagement of the requested gear will An UP shift request is not accepted if shift, avoiding a rapid sequence of force the engine beyond a certain speed, engagement of the requested gear will multiple requests. depending on the gear requested, or if a force the engine to run at low speeds DOWNshift is already in progress due to 5 (underrevving) or if an upshift is already UP shift due to engine overrevving a too low engine RPM. in progress due to engine overrevving. The system “automatically” engages a In any event, it is advisable to: Gearshifting will be faster if the request higher gear if the accelerator pedal is • Shift gears without releasing the is made with the accelerator pedal fully pressed and the engine approaches the accelerator pedal if it is pressed. depressed and the engine running at over “runaway speed rate” (overrevving). This • If a DOWNshift is requested in order 5500 RPM. condition does not occur with the system to start overtaking, where rapid DOWN UP in “SPORT” mode . acceleration is required, push the accelerator pedal just before moving the lever. • Wait until gearshifting is completed before requesting the next one, avoiding a rapid sequence of multiple requests. 106

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE DOWNshift due to engine STOPPING THE VEHICLE TURNING OFF THE ENGINE underrevving (“F1” gearbox) AND THE SYSTEM • The system shifts down the gears When the vehicle stops, the system (“F1” gearbox) “automatically”, if the engine runs automatically engages 1st gear (unless N The engine can be turned off with the below the minimum speed rate set at has already bee requested). system in N or a gear engaged. 1250 RPM. With the vehicle stationary and the After turning the ignition key from • The DOWNshift request from the lever engine running, hold the brake pedal position II to position 0, the display is ignored if gearshifting due to a too down until you are ready to start off remains on for a few seconds showing the low engine RPM is already in progress. again. gear engaged. If N is engaged, a buzzer is 5 activated. Engine speed rate adjustment during CAUTION upshifting in “SPORT” mode Do not start the vehicle before the Only when “SPORT” mode is active, display has turned off. under racing-style driving conditions Never leave the vehicle with the (engine over 5000 RPM) the RPM gearshift in N but engage a gear (1st rate is adjusted automatically during or reverse), check that the display gearshifting. This feature is even more does not flash and always engage the apparent as engine speed increases. handbrake. Never leave the vehicle with the engine running. N (Neutral) request Do not remove the key when the vehicle is moving! The system and If necessary, N can be requested at any the display will remain active, but speed. malfunctioning, until the vehicle stops. If an UPshift is subsequently requested, In addition, the steering wheel will lock the system engages the gear suited to the automatically with the first rotation of vehicle speed. the steering wheel. 107

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE In this case, the failure warning light OTHER SYSTEM FUNCTIONS B will illuminate and, before starting (“F1” gearbox) off again, the system (and the display E “LOW GRIP” mode as well) must be turned off and the “Starting” procedure repeated. This mode may be used when the In any event, it is advisable to: road surface is particularly slippery • Turn off the engine and the system (e.g., snow, ice) and it is activated keeping the brake pedal pressed. (or deactivated) using the switch D. 5 • Not request a gearshift while the The relevant warning light E on the system is turning off. instrument panel will come on. While driving, the system automatically D switches to a higher gear if the engine reaches the pre-established speed rate (3200 RPM). The “LOW GRIP” mode has priority over the other functions (“AUTO” and B “SPORT”) and assists the ASR system. When “LOW GRIP” mode is activated, the “Normal” mode and “ASR active” functions are automatically selected and these settings cannot be modified. 108

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION “Automatic gearshift” mode The “automatic gearshift” mode has A DOWNshift request from 6th This mode is activated (or deactivated) priority over the “SPORT” mode. to 5th gear will be accepted only if pressing the AUTO button. The word Therefore, if the AUTO button is pressed the engine speed, with the 5th gear auto will light up on the gear display, on when the vehicle is in “SPORT” mode, engaged, is less than 3200 RPM. the instrument panel, and the system even if the “SPORT” warning light As the “LOW GRIP” mode can be will automatically shift the gears UP and remains on, the word d auto lights upand activated at any time and the system DOWN according to the vehicle speed, the system will operate in “Automatic limits the engine speed rate to 3200 the engine RPM and the torque/power gearshift” mode, keeping the suspension RPM in all gears except for the 6th, requested by the driver. set to “SPORT”. 5 unrequested UPshifts could take place. In any event, it is advisable to disable any other operating modes (“AUTO” and “SPORT”) before selecting “LOW GRIP” mode. AUTO 109

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE You can return to “Normal” mode (or “SPORT” mode “SPORT” if this mode was active) either It is activated by operating the switch F. by requesting a gearshift or holding the The “SPORT” warning light will light up AUTO switch pressed down until the on the dashboard. “AUTO” warning light goes off. To switch back from “SPORT” to When stopping the vehicle, if you request “Normal” mode, operate the switch N, 1st or R, this will not cause the system again. to switch from “AUTO” to “Normal” Since “SPORT” mode has a lower priority 5 mode. than “LOW GRIP” and “AUTO” modes, It is advisable to deactivate other driving if these are already active when “SPORT” modes before selecting “AUTO” mode. mode is activated, the system will ignore the command even if the relevant warning light comes on. CAUTION F “SPORT” mode is characterised by a stiffening of the suspensions and faster gearshifting compared to “Normal” mode. Gearshifting will be “faster” if requested with the accelerator pedal fully depressed and at over 7000 RPM, approximately. In these conditions, the driving wheels may start to skid even on a dry road surface (particularly in low gears). 110

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE DOWNshifts with the accelerator In the event that the control lever PUSH START (“F1” gearbox) pedal released will have a braking effect cluster is malfunctioning, in addition In the event that the ignition system bordering on skidding of the driving to activating the buzzer and turning on malfunctions, you can “push start” the wheels on dry asphalt. the failure warning light B, the system vehicle as follows: Under racing-style driving conditions auto-selects the “AUTO” mode and any • perform the “System starting” with gearshifts at high engine speed further gearshift requests will be ignored, procedure; rates, double-clutching when up-shifting including N and reverse. • request an UPshift while the vehicle is performed automatically. is picking up speed with the gearshift If the malfunction persists, contact CAUTION the Ferrari Service Network as soon lever in N. 5 It is recommended not to select as possible to have the malfunction In any case, this procedure should be “SPORT” mode on roads with low- corrected. avoided unless there is an emergency or medium-grip conditions (e.g., ice, situation! snow, or wet roads) as the driving wheels could skid during gearshifting. Therefore, racing-style driving is advisable only on race tracks. It is advisable to deactivate the other (“LOW GRIP” and “AUTO”) operating modes before selecting “SPORT” mode. B 111

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE STARTING AND WARMING UP • In the event that the words Check OK DRIVING THE VEHICLE THE ENGINE are not displayed, turn the key back (Mechanical gearbox) (Mechanical gearbox) to position 0, wait a few seconds and When the engine has started: Before starting the engine, make sure retry. • Fully depress the clutch pedal and that the alarm system and all electrical • After the engine has started, the words move the gearshift lever to 1st gear. devices with high power absorption are Check OK will be displayed. CAUTION turned off. If the engine fails to start after several Use the 1st gear for parking and for attempts, check for one of the following • Ensure that the handbrake is engaged. uphill starts. 5 • Put the gearshift lever into neutral. causes: • insufficient speed of the starter motor • Fully depress the clutch pedal without (flat battery); pushing the accelerator. • ignition device faulty; • Turn the key to position II and wait for • faulty electrical contacts; the words Check OK to appear on the • blown fuel pump fuses. multi-function display. Do not run the engine at high RPM until • Turn the key to position III and release the engine oil temperature has reached it as soon as the engine starts. at least 65÷70 °C approximately. Do not hold the key turned to position III for a long time. 5 3 If the vehicle fails to start, turn the key 1 back to position 0 before repeating the procedure. R 6 4 2 112

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE • Completely release the handbrake. WHILE DRIVING After racing-type driving, let the engine • Slowly release the clutch pedal while (Mechanical gearbox) idle for several minutes before stopping gradually accelerating. Never drive, not even downhill, with the it, in order to stabilise the temperatures. • Then proceed to engage the other revolution counter pointer near the peak CAUTION gears, fully depressing the clutch pedal engine speed. Do not coast downhill with the engine and moving the gearshift lever into When the revolution counter pointer off, as the servo brake will no longer the next position. When shifting to a approaches peak speed (the red zone), function due to the lack of vacuum and lower gear, do not to exceed the peak the driver must be very careful to avoid thus, after a few braking attempts, the engine speed (red zone) allowed for the exceeding that limit. system will become totally inefficient. 5 engine. • Only engage reverse gear when the In normal conditions, all the red and vehicle is stationary. Push the gearshift amber light indicators for the suspension lever downwards and then move it and ASR systems, on the multi-function backwards and to the left. display, must be off. When on, these LEDs indicate a malfunction in the corresponding system. Ensure proper functioning of the various devices by checking the relevant control gauges. CAUTION Continuing to drive when a red warning light is on could cause serious damage to the vehicle and affect performance. 113

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE PARKING SAFE DRIVING - Do not drink alcoholic drinks before For safe travelling, it is essential and during the journey. Engage the handbrake, put the gearshift that the driver be aware of the best At regular intervals, check the following: lever into 1st, whether parking uphill or driving techniques suited to various - Tyre pressure and condition downhill, turn the wheels and turn off the circumstances. Always try to prevent - Engine oil level engine (valid for all versions, both with dangerous situations by driving with - Engine coolant level and cooling mechanical and “F1” gearbox). caution. system condition As 1st gear is the most reduced, it is more - Brake fluid level suited to use the engine as a brake. Before you drive 5 - Steering fluid level When parking on a steep slope, use a - Adjust the position of the seat, steering - Windscreen washer fluid level. wedge or rock to block the wheels. wheel and rear-view mirrors, in order When travelling Never leave the ignition key in position II. to obtain the best driving position. Always remove the key when getting out - Adjust the backrest so that your chest - Caution is the number one rule for safe of the vehicle. is upright and your head is as close to driving, which also means you should the headrest as possible. take other people’s behaviour into CAUTION - Carefully adjust the headrest so that consideration. Never leave children unattended in the your head, and not your neck, is resting - Follow the Road Regulations of the vehicle. against it. Ensure that nothing (e.g., country in which you are driving, and Do not park the vehicle on flammable mat covers, etc.) is blocking the pedals. always respect the speed limit. materials (e.g., paper, grass, dry - Check that the lights and headlights - Always make sure that you and the leaves, etc.). They could catch fire if are working properly. passengers have your seat belts they come into contact with hot parts - Ensure that any child restraint systems fastened and that all children are of the exhaust system. (e.g., child seats, cradles etc.) are travelling in suitable child seats. properly fixed on the passenger seat. - Good personal physical conditions Do not leave the engine running with - Your reflexes are quicker if you eat ensure you can drive long distances the vehicle unattended. lightly before driving: avoid heavy safely. meals before a trip. 114

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE CAUTION Additionally, ensure that any loose - If you start feeling tired or sleepy, stop Drunk driving, or driving under the floor mats sit correctly. immediately: to continue driving would influence of drugs or certain medicines Water, ice and salt spread on icy be a risk for yourself and for others. is extremely dangerous for yourself roads may deposit on the brake discs Continue only after you have had a and others. and reduce the efficiency of the initial rest. Travelling without your seat belt braking. - At night, it is difficult to evaluate the fastened increases the risk of serious speed of the vehicles by seeing their - Make regular stops to loosen up your injury and death in the event of a lights only: keep at a greater safety limbs and refresh yourself, and avoid collision. Always make sure the seat driving for hours on end. distance than you would during the 5 belts are fastened. This applies to day. - Keep a constant air circulation in the passengers travelling in the front or - Use the high beams only outside of passenger compartment. the rear, including the children in their urban areas and when you are sure - Never coast downhill with the engine specific seats. that they will not disturb other drivers. off: in these conditions the engine - Turn off the high beams when you see Deactivate the passenger’s airbag brake, brake servo and power steering oncoming vehicles and use the low (where possible) if a child seat is fitted cannot be used, braking requires beams. on the front seat. greater pressure on the pedal and - Keep the lights and headlights clean. Do not travel with objects lying around steering will be harder. - Watch out for animals crossing the on the floor, especially in front of the Driving at night road when travelling outside urban driver’s seat: in the event of braking, When you are travelling at night, follow areas. these could slide under the pedals, these fundamental rules: making it impossible to brake or - Reduce speed, particularly on dark accelerate. roads. - Driving conditions are more demanding at night, so take particular care. 115

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE Driving in the rain avoid visibility problems. - As far as possible, avoid overtaking. Rain and wet roads can cause hazardous - Periodically check the conditions of the - In the event of an emergency stop, situations. windscreen wiper blades (see on page (e.g., failures, inability to proceed due All manoeuvres are more difficult on a 153). to poor visibility conditions, etc.) try wet road as the tyres have significantly Driving in fog to free the main driving lane. Then less grip on the road. This means that the turn on the hazard warning lights - Whenever possible, avoid setting off if braking distances increase considerably and, if possible, the low beams. On the fog is thick. If you have to drive in and road-holding decreases. approaching another vehicle, sound misty conditions, or if there is thick fog 5 Below is some advice for driving in the or fog banks, follow these rules: the horn rhythmically. rain: - Keep a moderate speed. Driving on mountain roads - Keep a greater safety distance between - Turn on the low beams, also during the - To prevent the brakes from overheating yourself and the other vehicles and day, and use the rear fog light. Avoid when driving downhill, use the engine reduce your speed. using the high beams. to brake by engaging a lower gear. - When it is raining very hard, visibility is - Never coast downhill or drive downhill On stretches where visibility is good, turn also reduced. In these cases, to make in neutral, or with the ignition key off the rear fog light as it is very bright yourself more visible to others, turn on removed from the steering column. and may be annoying for the occupants the low beams, even during the day. - Drive at a moderate speed and do not of the vehicles behind you. - Do not drive through puddles at “cut” corners. high speeds as you do not know - Remember that fog makes the road - Remember that overtaking uphill how deep they may be: travelling damp and therefore all manoeuvres is slower and requires a longer free through a puddle at high speed can are more difficult and, what is more, stretch of road. If you are overtaken result in losing control of the vehicle braking distances increase. when driving uphill, ensure that the (“aquaplaning”). Hold the steering - Keep a safe distance from the vehicle in other vehicle can pass easily. wheel firmly. front of you. - Use the ventilation system to defog the - As far as possible, avoid suddenly windscreen (see on page 83) and to changing speed and direction. 116

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE Driving on snowy and icy roads Driving with the “ABS” braking RESPECTING THE Below is some advice for driving in these system ENVIRONMENT conditions: The ABS system offers two advantages: We are all responsible for respecting and - Keep a very moderate speed. - It prevents the wheels from locking and protecting the environment. - Keep a safe distance from the vehicles skidding during emergency braking, Ferrari has designed and constructed a in front of you. particularly in low-grip conditions. vehicle using technologies, materials and - Fit snow tyres approved for the vehicle. - It allows braking and changing devices to reduce the harmful impact on - Given the poor grip, use the engine direction at the same time. This feature the environment to a minimum. brake as much as possible and avoid is affected by the physical limits and As a further contribution towards 5 sudden braking. lateral grip of the tyres. protecting the environment, drive safely - Avoid sudden acceleration and sharp - When the ABS is activated, you will and act responsibly at all times. changes in direction. feel a slight pulsing of the brake pedal It is important to keep the vehicle - During the winter season, even during emergency braking or in low- perfectly efficient by complying with the apparently dry roads can have icy grip conditions. Do not release the MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE. sections. Therefore, be careful when pedal but continue to push it to give driving along stretches of road in the continuity to the braking action. shade as there may be icy patches. - The ABS prevents the wheels from locking, but it does not increase the physical limits of grip between the tyres and the road: keep a safe distance from the vehicles ahead and reduce speed before curves. 117

DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE Driving styles Particular driving conditions attempts. Push starts, towing the vehicle Do not warm up the engine when the Very short trips and frequent cold starts or using downhill slopes to start are all vehicle is stationary, either with the do not allow the engine to reach the manoeuvres which could damage the engine idling or running at a high speed: optimal operating temperature and can catalytic converters. in these conditions, the engine warms cause a significant increase in noxious Use only a battery charger and contact up much more slowly and increases fuel emissions. the Ferrari Service Network. consumption and emissions. Set off Intense traffic conditions involving the If the engine does not work properly immediately after starting the engine and use of lower gears, or driving in urban while travelling, continue driving, 5 drive slowly, avoiding high engine RPM areas with numerous traffic lights reducing engine performance to the until the temperature stabilises. can increase the emission of noxious bare minimum, and contact the nearest Avoid depressing the accelerator substances in the environment. Centre of the Ferrari Service Network. repeatedly when stopped at traffic During prolonged stops (e.g. at level A low fuel level could lead to an irregular lights or before turning off the engine. crossings) it is recommended that you supply to the engine and inevitably This manoeuvre, and likewise “double- turn the engine off. increase the exhaust gas temperatures. clutching”, are absolutely useless with This could cause serious damage to the Anti-pollution device maintenance current vehicles. These actions increase catalytic converters. The correct operation of the anti- fuel consumption and pollution. pollution devices not only ensures respect As soon as traffic conditions and the for the environment, but also affects route permit it, use a higher gear. vehicle performance. Therefore, keeping Accelerating suddenly, and therefore these devices in good working conditions increasing the engine RPM dramatically, is the first rule for driving ecologically is particularly detrimental in terms of sound. emissions. Accelerate gradually and do The first precaution is to follow not exceed the maximum engine torque the “MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE” rate. scrupulously. If starting is difficult, do not make several 118

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GENERAL SAFETY ABOUT YOUR VEHICLE ROOF DRIVING YOUR VEHICLE 6 IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE TABLE OF CONTENTS

IN AN EMERGENCY 6 Exhaust system overheating alarm devices ......................................................... 122 Engine malfunction alarm devices...................................................................... 123 Replacing the brake pads and discs .................................................................. 123 Toolkit ............................................................................................................ 124 Replacing the wheels ........................................................................................ 128 Replacing the headlight bulbs .......................................................................... 130 Replacing the taillight bulbs .............................................................................. 133 Light bulbs ...................................................................................................... 135 Replacing a fuse/relay ....................................................................................... 136 Battery master switch ....................................................................................... 144 Checking the battery ........................................................................................ 145 Towing the vehicle ............................................................................................ 146

IN AN EMERGENCY EXHAUST SYSTEM CAUTION OVERHEATING ALARM If the warning light flashes, DEVICES the temperature of the catalytic The vehicle is equipped with metallic-type converters is too high. catalytic converters. Slow down immediately and go to a service centre to have the malfunction CAUTION corrected. To prevent serious damage to the catalytic converters, it is essential that If the warning light remains on, the only unleaded fuel be used. temperature in the catalytic converters has reached a dangerous level and 6 Do not park the vehicle over paper, could damage them. If you continue dry grass or leaves, or flammable driving, the injection-ignition system materials that could catch fire if they ECU will cut off the fuel supply to the come into contact with hot parts of the The activation of the SLOW DOWN injectors. exhaust system. symbol is controlled by the thermocouple The driver must stop the vehicle and If the engine malfunctions with through the Motronic ECU. have it towed to a service centre to consequent high temperature in the have the malfunction corrected. exhaust system, the red warning light on the multi-function display, showing the Ferrari is not liable for any damage words SLOW DOWN will flash or stay on to property or personal injury arising permanently. from failure to comply with the warnings stated above. 122

IN AN EMERGENCY ENGINE MALFUNCTION CAUTION REPLACING THE BRAKE PADS ALARM DEVICES When the warning light “Engine check AND DISCS If the “engine check system failure” system failure” comes on, engine The brake failure warning light will warning light comes on flashing or performance may also considerably be come on to indicate excessive wear of permanently when the engine is running, reduced. the brake pads, which must be replaced it means that there may be a fault in the Drive carefully, avoiding sudden immediately. engine or emission control system. acceleration and high speeds. CAUTION The electronic system detects and In order to ensure the quality of isolates the error, preventing damage to components and accurate installation, the engine or the production of noxious it is recommended that you have the emissions. procedure carried out at the Ferrari 6 Service Network. For best running-in of the pads following replacement, avoid sudden and sharp braking until the new pads have duly run-in. 123

IN AN EMERGENCY When the BRAKE SERVICE icon TOOLKIT illuminates on the multi-function display, Toolkit bag it means that a wear limit (which is reset when the discs are installed) has been The toolkit is found in the luggage compartment and it contains all the necessary tools reached. This indication takes also the for a first repair work in case of failure: vehicle conditions of use into account • water pump and hydraulic steering driving belt; (e.g., number of decelerations using the • A.C. compressor and alternator driving belt; brakes). In these cases, take the vehicle to • set of flat wrenches; the Ferrari Service Network, where skilled • insulated cutting pliers; staff will check whether the brake discs • screwdriver for slotted screws; 6 need to be replaced. • screwdriver for cross-head screws; • tow hook; • set of spare light bulbs and fuses. • “T” wrench for manual closing of the luggage compartment lid in an emergency situation. 124

IN AN EMERGENCY Emergency tyre repair and inflation CAUTION • Open the box and take out the kit After using the repair kit, the vehicle compressor; remove the electrical cable In the event of a puncture or low pressure must however be considered to be in with the connector F for the power of a tyre, the kit can be used to repair an emergency situation: drive with the socket. and/or inflate the tyre sufficiently to utmost care (maximum permissible • Insert the connector F into the power continue the journey safely. speed 80 km/h - 50 mph). socket on the central console. The kit includes a replaceable cartridge The kit is to be used to temporarily repair A containing the puncture repair fluid, only one tyre punctured by small objects: an electric compressor B equipped with the kit may not be useful in the case of a pressure gauge C, a switch D and two large punctures or tearing. unions for tyre repair and/or inflation. 6 CAUTION Keep the kit in its box and out of the reach of children. Do not inhale or swallow the fluid contained in the cartridge and avoid contact with the E skin and eyes. D C The repaired tyre must be replaced as soon as possible and the workshop personnel must be informed that the tyre was treated with tyre repair fluid. If the vehicle is equipped with a spare wheel, the tyre repair kit will not be provided in the luggage compartment. B A In the event of a tyre puncture, proceed F as follows. 125

IN AN EMERGENCY • Unscrew the valve cap of the punctured • Turn the ignition key to position II To inflate/repair the tyre successfully, the tyre and screw the union G for the so that the socket is powered, then lever terminal part H must be fitted into transparent tube on the valve. activate the compressor by pressing the the relevant union J. switch D. • Stop the compressor when the pressure indicated on the pressure gauge C reaches the pressure specified for that tyre (see on page 16). • Remove the union G and screw the cap back onto the valve. 6 E D C H J G B A 126

IN AN EMERGENCY We recommend that you check the The kit can also be used only to inflate a Replacing the puncture repair fluid tyre pressure on the gauge when the tyre using the lever terminal part H. cartridge compressor is off, in order to have a • Remove the terminal part H from the • Remove the terminal part H from the preciser reading. union J on the cartridge and insert it in union J on the cartridge and slide out Do not activate the compressor for more the wheel valve. the union G for the transparent tube than 20 minutes: risk of overheating! • Lower the lever K and start the from the compressor. The compressor has been designed for compressor. • Rotate the cartridge A anticlockwise inflation of tyres only; do not use it to • Inflate to the indicated pressure (see and lift it slipping it off the base. inflate mattresses, rubber boats etc. on page 16). Replace it with an original spare part. CAUTION • Insert the new cartridge A into the base The sealant contained in the cartridge and push it until hearing it click into 6 of the tyre repair kit may damage place on the base. the sensor fitted inside the wheel rim. In these cases, always have the sensor replaced by the Ferrari Service Network. 2 K OPEN 1 1 H 2 CLOSE J A 127

IN AN EMERGENCY • Turn it clockwise until it fits snugly into REPLACING THE WHEELS Spare wheel (optional) place. On request, the vehicle can be equipped If one or more wheels need to be • Place the union G into its seat and with a kit containing: replaced, proceed as follows: fit the lever terminal part H onto the • Spare wheel A with smaller tyre. The union J for the cartridge. - Replace the stud bolts with damaged label B indicates the max. speed thread or cone. permitted (80 Km/h - 50 mph). Useful accessories - Carefully clean the stud bolts before • Additional toolkit C containing: jack As well as the tools supplied with the fitting. and wrench to fasten the wheel stud vehicle, the hazard warning triangle and bolts. - Absolutely do not lubricate the fluorescent safety jacket should always 6 be kept on board in order to signal contact surfaces between the stud bolt and the wheel rim and between the hazardous situations in compliance with wheel rim and the brake disk. regulations. In order not to remove the anti-lock coating, do not clean the wheel rim cones A B with solvents or aggressive products. C 128

IN AN EMERGENCY Warning Replacing a wheel • Place the jack E on flat and firm • Keep the spare wheel in perfect • Position the vehicle on an even surface, ground, in position with one of the working order, checking it at regular then engage 1st gear and lock the rear lifting points F underneath the vehicle intervals to ensure the inflation wheels with the parking brake. floor. pressure is 4.2 bar. • If necessary, turn on the hazard lights • Raise the vehicle carefully, using the • It must only be used for short trips, in and place the hazard triangle at the jack, until it is lifted off the ground. emergencies. prescribed distance. • When the spare wheel is fitted, never • Take the spare wheel and tools from exceed the maximum speed of 80 Km/h their seat in the luggage compartment. (50 mph) and drive carefully, especially • Loosen the five wheel fastening stud around bends and when overtaking, bolts by approximately half a turn 6 avoiding accelerating or braking using the wrench supplied D . suddenly. • Do not exceed the approved weight limits. • Do not fit snow chains on the spare D wheel. • Never fit more than one spare wheel at F a time. Failure to comply with these instructions could lead to loss of control of the vehicle and consequently damage to the vehicle and injuries to the occupants. E F 129

IN AN EMERGENCY CAUTION CAUTION REPLACING THE HEADLIGHT If the jack is not positioned correctly, The spare wheel is not equipped with BULBS the vehicle could slip off. a tyre pressure monitoring sensor Before replacing a light bulb in the The jack supplied must only be used (see label on spare wheel bag). After headlights, ensure that the respective for replacing the wheels. installation, it is not monitored by fuse is intact. the system, but it does comply with • Unscrew the five stud bolts completely Set the battery master switch to OFF. International Regulation ECE R64/ and remove the wheel. When the operation has been completed, 01. • Fit the spare wheel and screw the five reconnect the battery (see on page 144). Once fitted, we recommend you go stud bolts. to the nearest Centre of the Ferrari • Lower the vehicle and withdraw the 6 jack. Service Network. • Tighten the stud bolts completely, moving diagonally from one to the next. As soon as possible, secure the stud bolts with the torque wrench, tightening them to a torque of 100 Nm. 130

IN AN EMERGENCY To access the headlight bulbs, lift the Replacing the high-beam bulbs • Detach the connector B of the bulb to engine compartment lid. be replaced. Do not touch the halogen lamps with 1- High beam • Release the fixing clip C and remove your hands; if this happens accidentally, 2- Low beam the bulb D. clean the bulb with a cloth moistened in 3- Position light • Fit the new bulb, refit the fixing clip, alcohol. 4- Direction indicator. reattach the connector and reposition • Remove the plastic cover A. the plastic cover. 6 3 4 2 1 A D C B 131

IN AN EMERGENCY Low beams Replacing the position light bulbs Replacing the side direction indicator • Detach the connector E from the bulb bulbs CAUTION The low beams use Xenon light bulbs. holder F. • Remove the cover G being careful not • Turn and slide the bulb holder out of to damage the bodywork. These bulbs have a high voltage power its seat on the headlight. • Remove the bulb H turning it slightly supply. Avoid any operation with the • Remove the bulb and properly position and sliding it out of the bulb holder J. ignition key in position II. the new bulb. • Replace the bulb and refit the bulb For replacement, contact the Ferrari • Refit the bulb holder in its seat and holder. Service Network. turn it clockwise until it locks. For headlight beam aiming, contact the • Refit the connector. 6 Ferrari Service Network. Replacing the direction indicator bulbs For replacement, contact the Ferrari J H G Service Network. F E 132

IN AN EMERGENCY REPLACING THE TAILLIGHT BULBS F A - Number plate lights B - Position and stop light C - Direction indicator light D - Reverse light E - Rear fog light F - Auxiliary stop light. Set the battery master switch to OFF. When the operation has been completed, B E reconnect the battery (see on page 144). 6 C D A 133

IN AN EMERGENCY Replacing the taillight bulbs H I To replace a bulb, proceed as follows: • Unscrew the retaining nut G and remove the cover H. • Undo the two screws I that secure the bulb holder to the headlight. • Remove the bulb holder L. • Remove the bulb M turning it anticlockwise. • Replace the bulb, and refit the bulb 6 holder and the cover. G Replacing the auxiliary stop light bulbs For replacement of the light cluster, contact the Ferrari Service Network. M L 134

IN AN EMERGENCY Replacing the number plate light bulb LIGHT BULBS To replace a bulb, proceed as follows: (12 V, except for low beam) • Undo the two retaining screws. High beams halogen HB3 60W • Remove the transparent cover N and Low beams gas-discharge replace the bulb, O, which is pressure Front position lights incandescent W5W fitted between the two contact clips. Front direction indicator lights incandescent PY21W • Refit the transparent cover and screw Side direction indicator lights incandescent T4W down the two fastening screws. Number plate lights incandescent R5W Rear position and stop lights incandescent P21/5W Rear direction indicator lights incandescent P21W 6 Rear fog lights incandescent P21/5W Reverse lights incandescent P21W Auxiliary stop lights incandescent T5 2.3W Dome light incandescent 10W Glove compartment light incandescent C5W Door open lights incandescent 3W Luggage compartment light incandescent C5W O N 135

IN AN EMERGENCY REPLACING A FUSE/RELAY When replacing a fuse, always use fuses When an electrical device is not working, of the same amperage (same colour). check that the corresponding fuse is Spare fuses are found in the toolkit. C intact. To remove the fuses, use the pliers C A - Fuse intact. provided in the toolkit bag. B - Fuse blown. If the fault is repeated, contact the Ferrari Service Network. 6 Fuse colours dark yellow brown red light blue yellow white green Ampere A5 A7.5 A10 A15 A20 A25 A30 A B Maxi fuse colours yellow green orange red blue Ampere A20 A30 A40 A50 A60 136

IN AN EMERGENCY Location of the fuse and relay boxes Symbol legend A, B, C, D, E, F - Fuses and relays inside passenger compartment, passenger side +30 + permanent battery G - Fuses and relays inside passenger compartment, driver side +15 + key operated H, L, M - Fuses and relays inside engine compartment L M F E D C B A H 6 G 137

IN AN EMERGENCY Fuses and relays inside passenger • Remove the box covers 3 to access the compartment, passenger side fuses and relays. To access these fuses, lower the CAUTION protective footrest panel 1 found under We recommend that you open only the the mat, on the passenger side. boxes in which you need to work, to • Rotate the two catches 2 and lower the avoid damaging other components. protective panel towards the seat. 6 3 3 A B C D E F F31 F32 F33 F34 R8 R5 R12 R9 R20 R17 R16 R13 R24 R21 F27 F28 F29 F30 F12 F11 F18 F17 F46 F45 F40 F39 F52 F51 R7 R11 R19 R15 R23 F23 F24 F25 F26 F10 F9 F16 F15 F44 F43 F38 F37 F50 F49 R6 F8 F7 R10 F14 F13 F19 F20 F21 F22 R18 F42 F41 R18 F36 F35 R22 F48 F47 2 1 138

IN AN EMERGENCY The box A contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): The box B contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): Ref. Amp. Use Ref. Amp. Use F7 10 Right-hand high beam F13 7.5 Reverse lights F8 15 Right-hand low beam F14 7.5 Rear fog lights F9 10 Left-hand high beam and high beam warning light F15 5 Internal lights and number plate lights F10 15 Left-hand low beam and headlight washer F16 5 +30 instrument activation switch F17 10 Luggage compartment and fuel tank door actuator F11 5 Front right-hand and rear left-hand position light F18 15 Ignition switch F12 5 Front left-hand and rear right-hand position light Ref. Use Ref. Use R9 Rear fog lights R5 Low beams and headlight washer activation switch R10 Reverse lights 6 R6 High beams R11 Number plate lights and internal lights R7 Position lights R12 Lid and fuel tank door actuator R8 Parking lights 139

IN AN EMERGENCY The box C contains the following fuses (F): The box D contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): Ref. Amp. Use Ref. Amp. Use F19 15 +30 door lock F41 30 Starter motor and R14 relay coil F20 30 +30 driver’s seat F42 30 +30 horn compressor F21 20 Headlight washer pump F43 10 Stop lights and clutch button F22 20 +30 power supply for second roof operating motor F44 10 +15 hydraulic steering and suspension ECU and luggage compartment lock motor F45 10 +15 airbag ECU F23 15 +30 driver’s seat and tyre pressure sensors F46 15 +15 car stereo, mirrors and cigarette lighter F24 30 +30 driver side power window ECU F25 30 +30 passenger side power window ECU Ref. Use F26 7,5 +30 alarm system R17 +15 key-operated devices 6 F27 5 +30 car stereo and position available for amplifier R18 Starter motor F28 30 +30 direction indicator timer R19 Horn compressor F29 15 +30 passenger seat R20 Diode-condenser box F30 10 +30 luggage compartment, dome and door lights F31 20 +30 F1 ECU F32 20 +30 power supply for first roof operating motor F33 10 +15 ABS/ASR ECU F34 5 +15 instrument 140

IN AN EMERGENCY The box E contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): The box F contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): Ref. Amp. Use Ref. Amp. Use F35 25 +15 windscreen wipers and washer F46 15 +15 power supply for roof and electrochromic glass F36 30 Heated rear window and mirror defroster ECU F37 5 R13-R5-R6 relay coils F47 30 +30 right-hand Motronic master F38 5 +30 air conditioning compressor F48 15 Right-hand oxygen sensor, solenoid valve F39 7.5 +15 air conditioning and water pump unit F49 7,5 +30 right-hand Motronic F40 5 Mirror defroster F50 10 +15 right-hand Motronic master relay F51 10 +15 right-hand Motronic relay R22-R23-R23 Ref. Use F52 15 Right-hand injectors and coils R13 Heated rear window and mirror defroster R14 Devices not connected upon ignition Ref. Use 6 R15 Air conditioning compressor R21 Right-hand Motronic master R16 Position available R22 Right-hand fuel pump, 1st gear R23 Right-hand fuel pump, 2nd gear R24 Immobilizer 141

IN AN EMERGENCY Fuses and relays inside passenger The box contains the following fuses (F) and relays (R): compartment, driver side Ref. Amp. Use The box G is located inside the passenger F1 30 +30 left-hand Motronic master compartment, on the driver’s side, at the F2 15 Left-hand oxygen sensor, solenoid valve bottom left, under the upholstery. F3 7,5 +30 left-hand Motronic F4 10 +15 left-hand Motronic master relay To access the box, remove the left-hand F5 10 +15 left-hand Motronic relay R2-R3-R3 Motronic ECU covering panel. F6 15 Left-hand injectors and coils To access these fuses, remove the cover 4. 6 Ref. Use R1 Left-hand Motronic master R2 Left-hand fuel pump, 1st gear R3 Left-hand fuel pump, 2nd gear R4 Ignition cut-out switch with battery charger G R4 R1 F6 F5 4 G R3 F4 F3 R2 F2 F1 142

IN AN EMERGENCY Engine compartment relay The boxes L and M are located next to The box L contains the following maxi- The box H is located inside the engine each other in the engine compartment, fuses (MF): compartment, near the hydraulic steering near the battery master switch. Ref. Amp Use tank. To access these fuses, remove the covers MF1 40 Right-hand fan To access the components, open the 10. MF2 40 Left-hand fan lid 5. MF3 80 General The box contains the following MF4 60 ABS components: The box M contains the following maxi- Ref. Use fuses (MF): 6 Left-hand water fan relay Ref. Amp Use 7 Right-hand water fan relay 6 MF5 40 A.C. unit 8 Headlight washer timer MF6 30 F1 pump 9 Air pump relay MF7 60 Air pump MF8 80 General H L M 10 5 MF2 MF4 MF6 MF8 L M 6 8 MF1 MF3 MF5 MF7 7 9 143

IN AN EMERGENCY BATTERY MASTER SWITCH Each time the battery is reconnected, The Motronic ECU’s self-learning cycle The earth wire of the battery can before starting the engine, wait at least works correctly when the intake air be disconnected by means of the 10 seconds with the ignition key in temperature is in the range 5 - 100 °C. master switch A, located in the engine position II to allow the electronic system After removing the battery from the compartment. that controls the motor-driven valves to vehicle or disconnecting it from the run a self-learning cycle. system through the battery master Disconnection of the battery is advised When the battery is disconnected, switch, when you reconnect it you if the vehicle is not used for long periods the clock stops. When the battery is must make sure, before running the of time. reconnected, the exact time must be reset self-learning cycle, that the external air Consult the chapter “If the vehicle is using the scroll buttons of the multi- temperature is in the indicated range. 6 stored for long periods” in the section function display (see on page 64). “Checks and maintenance”. A 144

IN AN EMERGENCY CHECKING THE BATTERY • Periodically check that the terminals Proceed as follows, using a lead acid The battery is positioned in the engine and pins are completely clean and battery charger: compartment. firmly secured. • Set the battery master switch to OFF. The vehicle is equipped with a battery • Visually inspect the outer casing for any • Disconnect the terminals from the with sealed energy circuit, that is cracks. battery posts. maintenance-free. • If the battery runs overloaded, it will • Connect the cables of the instrument wear out quickly. Have the electric used to charge the battery to the CAUTION system of the vehicle checked if the battery posts. The battery does not need refilling battery tends to discharge easily. • When the battery has been charged, with distilled water or sulphuric acid. CAUTION reconnect the electric system wires, Keep the battery away from sources firmly tighten the terminal screws and 6 of heat and do not use open flames or reconnect the battery by operating the create sparks near it. battery master switch. CAUTION Recharging the battery Do not use devices that have to be CAUTION connected through the cigarette The battery should be recharged in a lighter. well-ventilated area and away from any flammable materials. Batteries can produce combustible gases. Do not smoke, use open flames or create sparks near the battery. 145

IN AN EMERGENCY Battery-charger TOWING THE VEHICLE CAUTION (optional) Tow hook The applicable driving and traffic Upon request, the vehicle can come regulations must be followed when the When towing the vehicle, use only the equipped with a special connector to vehicle is being towed. attachment point provided for the connect a battery charger, in order towing hook A which must be inserted Do not tow the vehicle using a hook to keep the battery charged and for into its seat B. attached to the suspension levers and emergency charging. wheel rims, but only onto the tow hook For using the device, see the instructions • Take the tow hook out of the toolkit properly fitted in its seat. contained in the kit. bag. Hold the key in position II to allow the • Screw the hook tightly into its seat B. lights to work and to prevent locking 6 • Position the gearshift lever in neutral of the steering wheel in the event of (N for vehicles with “F1” gearbox). steering. Keep in mind that the power steering and brake servo will not be working when the engine is turned off. A B 146

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CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE 7 Maintenance .................................................................................................... 150 Level checks...................................................................................................... 150 Windscreen wipers............................................................................................ 153 Wheels and tyres .............................................................................................. 154 Maintenance of the seat belts and pretensioners ................................................ 155 Cleaning the vehicle .......................................................................................... 156 If the vehicle is stored for long periods .............................................................. 158 Anti-corrosion coating ..................................................................................... 158

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE Maintenance schedule LEVEL CHECKS It is essential to always keep the vehicle At the intervals prescribed, the Ferrari General notes in proper working order. This will help Service Network must perform all The level checks must be carried ensure its condition over time and may the tuning and checking operations out at the intervals indicated in the prevent malfunctioning caused by not indicated in the “WARRANTY BOOKLET “MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE” or, in any following the maintenance schedule or AND SERVICE TIME SCHEDULE”. case, before starting a long journey. careless use. It is however advisable to immediately report to our Service Centres any small • Open the engine compartment lid (see All repair work on any component of the page 77). safety system must be carried out by the fault which may occur during use of the vehicle (e.g., small fluid leaks) and We recommend that you use only Ferrari Service Network. not wait until the next service is due to lubricants and/or fluids indicated correct the problem. by Ferrari (see the “Recommended 7 Warranty booklet It is required to have the periodic service lubricants and fluids” table on page 17). The vehicle is provided with a performed at least once a year, even All the materials used for the following “WARRANTY BOOKLET AND if the specified mileage limit has not operations (e.g., cloths soaked with oil MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE”. been reached (see “Yearly Maintenance or grease, pans, etc.) must be disposed This contains the vehicle’s warranty terms Service” in the “WARRANTY BOOKLET of in compliance with the environmental and conditions. AND MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE”). protection regulations. In addition, the warranty booklet contains spaces provided to allow the Ferrari Service Network to record the periodic services performed in accordance with the maintenance schedule, as described in the following pages. 150

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE Engine oil CAUTION • Remove the cap C from the expansion If, following the check, the oil proves tank in the engine compartment and To check the oil level, run the engine to be under the “MIN” level, top it up check that the level is at approximately at idle speed for a few minutes (oil and then have the system checked by 40 mm from the top of the filler neck. temperature above 70°C), then check the Ferrari Service Network. • If the level is low, top it up with the the level immediately after you stop the • MAX - MIN = 2 litres fluid prescribed. engine. • Unscrew the cap B on the tank If frequent top-ups are required after Proceed as follows: and, if necessary, top up with the short trips, have the system checked by • Check that the level is between the recommended oil, taking care not to the Ferrari Service Network. MIN and MAX notches on the dipstick exceed the MAX level on the dipstick. • Screw the cap C back on tightly. A. • Screw the cap B back on tightly. Gearbox and “F1” gearbox system oil 7 It is recommended to have the oil level checked at a Ferrari Service Network Centre or by skilled staff. A Coolant B CAUTION This procedure must always be performed when the engine is cold. Never remove the cap C from the expansion tank when the engine is C running or hot. 151

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE Hydraulic steering system oil Brake/clutch oil The level check must be carried out with • Check that the fluid in the tank is near B A the engine warm, after having travelled at the MAX level. least 15 Km, and with the vehicle parked • If the level is low, unscrew the cap A on a flat ground. and top up with the recommended oil, Remove the cap D from the tank in the taken from a sealed container. engine compartment and check that CAUTION the level is between the MIN and MAX The oil contained in the brake and notches on the dipstick. clutch systems, besides damaging The oil level check must be carried out plastic, rubber and painted parts, with the cap resting on the tank. is highly dangerous if it comes into Top up if necessary with the contact with the eyes or the skin. 7 recommended oil up to the MAX level. In case of contact, wash the affected Screw the cap D back on tightly. part thoroughly with running The symbol B on the tank indicates that D water. To avoid any risk, always use the system contains synthetic fluid. protective goggles and gloves. CAUTION MAX MIN Keep away from children! The use of mineral-based fluids will Never dispose of used fluid in the damage the system’s rubber gaskets environment! beyond repair. On vehicles equipped with “F1” gearbox, Do not use fluids other than those the tank supplies the braking system only. already contained in the system for topping up. • When the system has been topped up, screw the cap back on and reconnect the electric system. 152

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE Windscreen wipers and washer fluid WINDSCREEN WIPERS Replacing the wiper blades The tank for the windscreen wipers and In order not to damage the wiper blades, • Turn on the windscreen wipers and washer fluid can be accessed by lifting avoid using them when: stop them (ignition key in position the luggage compartment lid. • the windscreen is dry; 0) when the blades are in a vertical • Lift the cap A and fill the tank with • the blades are stuck to the windscreen position. the recommended fluid (see the due to sub-zero temperatures; • Lift the arm, remove the blade and “Recommended Lubricants and Fluids” • there are traces of snow on the replace it checking that it is properly table on page 17) until it can be seen windscreen or the wiper arms; locked on the arm. in the filling manifold. • there are deposits on the windscreen. Never lift the windscreen wiper arms from • Close the cap. The wiper blades must be cleaned the rest position. periodically and checked for wear. 7 A 153

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE WHEELS AND TYRES CAUTION Have the tyres replaced by the Ferrari To ensure performance, endurance and Inflating the tyres to a pressure Service Network where they have the the best tyre adjustment on the rim, it is differing from that prescribed (see necessary tools and equipment available, important to comply with the following table on page 16) will render the in order to prevent that an improper or instructions for the first 200-300 km of monitoring system inefficient. careless service operation damages the use of new tyres: Violent impact against sidewalks, pot sensor inside the wheel rim. • avoid sudden acceleration; holes in the road and other obstacles of Have a skilled technician decide whether • avoid sharp braking and steering turns; various types, as well driving on rough old tyres are suitable for use. In any case, • drive at moderate speed on straight roads for long periods of time may cause tyres that have remained on a vehicle for roads and on curves. damage to the tyres which may not more than 3 years must be checked by always be visible. skilled personnel. How to use the tyres Check the tyres regularly for any signs of Never fit tyres of uncertain origin. 7 damage (e.g., scratches, cuts, cracks, The tyres must be constantly kept in good bulges, etc.). CAUTION conditions to ensure safe driving. Sharp objects that have penetrated the The tyres are of the “unidirectional” The inflation pressure must correspond tyres may have caused damage which can type and there is an arrow on the to the specified values and the tyres only be diagnosed by removing the tyre. side indicating the rolling direction should be checked only when they are Have any damage inspected by an expert or the outside. When changing the cold. Tyre pressure increases as the tyre as it may considerably reduce tyre life. tyres, ensure that the rolling direction temperature progressively increases. Remember that tyres deteriorate with corresponds to that indicated, in order Never reduce the pressure if the tyres are time, even if used little or not at all. to maintain optimal performance. hot. Cracks in the tread and sidewalls, Tyres on the same axle must always be Insufficient tyre pressure can lead possibly accompanied by bulging, are replaced in pairs. to overheating, damage and even sure signs of ageing. destruction of the tyres. 154

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE Regularly check the tread (minimum Wheel alignment check and MAINTENANCE OF THE SEAT acceptable depth 1.7 mm). The less tread adjustment BELTS AND PRETENSIONERS depth, the greater the risk of skidding. When you notice unusual wear of the • Periodically check that the screws on CAUTION tyres and in any case, at the intervals the anchoring points are tight and that Drive carefully on wet roads to reduce prescribed in the “MAINTENANCE the belt is in perfect condition and the risk of “aquaplaning”. SCHEDULE”, have the Ferrari Service slides smoothly. Network check the wheel toe-in and • The belt must be kept clean; any dirt camber. on the belt could affect the efficiency of the belt retractor. • To clean the seat belt, wash it by hand with mild soap and water and let it dry. Do not use strong detergents, bleach or aggressive solvents, as they can 7 weaken the fibres. Do not let the belt retractors get wet: proper functioning is ensured only if they are kept dry. 155

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE • The pretensioner requires no CLEANING THE VEHICLE • The vehicle must be washed regularly maintenance or lubrication. If with adequate equipment. Do not use Cleaning the exterior immersed in water or mud, the very hot water or steam to clean the pretensioner must necessarily be Proper care of the vehicle on the part of paintwork and the lower surfaces. replaced. the owner is essential for a long life of the It is advisable to soften any dirt first, • The pretensioner must be replaced vehicle. then remove it with a jet of water at at the intervals indicated in the Below is a list of the main precautions to room temperature. “MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE”. be taken. • Do not wash the vehicle in direct • Certain parts of the vehicle should not sunlight or when the bodywork is still be left wet or dirty for long periods warm: of time: in particular, the passenger be careful that the jet of water does and luggage compartment floors must not hit the paintwork too hard; 7 always be kept clean and dry. The wash the vehicle with a sponge and a draining holes under the doors should solution of mild soap and water; be kept unclogged to allow any water rinse the vehicle again with a jet to drain. of water and dry it with a piece of • The underbody and the lower surfaces chamois leather. of the vehicle should be cleaned regularly, and more frequently (at least once a week) if the vehicle is used on salty or rough roads. The vehicle should be cleaned thoroughly and carefully: cleaning that only wets the vehicle, without removing dirt or mud completely can prove damaging to the body. 156

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE CAUTION Carbon parts Cleaning the interior When the vehicle has been washed, Have small scratches and marks on the Cleaning and care of the leather upholstery slightly depress the brake pedal at carbon structure removed by the Ferrari Suitable and regular treatment, at least moderate speed before driving at Service Network only. 3-4 times a year, will ensure that the normal speed, so that the brake discs original quality, natural characteristics and pads can be dried. Improper operations may irreparably and softness of the leather upholstery in In order to maintain the shine of the damage the carbon parts. your Ferrari is maintained unaltered over paintwork, polish it once or twice a year Do not use aggressive organic time. with the products recommended by substances, such as: petrol, kerosene, With this in mind, specific leather care Ferrari. petroleum, acetone or solvents. products are also available (cleaner and • Any areas that are cracked or chipped cream) perfected and tested by Ferrari. as a result of stones, scratches or These products can be ordered parking manoeuvres, etc., must through the Ferrari Spare Parts Service 7 immediately be treated by the Ferrari Department, both individually and as Service Network. part of the “Care Kit” which includes the • Do not park the vehicle in damp and/ complete range of cleaning products for or unventilated areas for long periods the vehicle. of time. For use of the “Care Kit” products, see the instructions contained in the kit. The following products must be avoided when cleaning the leather: harsh detergents, turpentine, liquid stain removers, benzene, solvents and domestic cleaning products. All of these products damage the natural material. 157

CHECKS AND MAINTENANCE IF THE VEHICLE IS STORED If the vehicle is not used for long periods ANTI-CORROSION COATING FOR LONG PERIODS of time with the battery disconnected, Aluminium and Feran parts are fitted If the vehicle is not used for long periods the battery must be recharged at least on the steel chassis, so as to obtain a of time, it is advisable to take certain every three months. highly resistant central cell (passenger precautions: • Protect the vehicle with a breathable compartment). The doors are made of • if possible, keep the vehicle on a fabric cover, avoiding materials that steel. level surface, in a covered and well- would prevent any dampness on the The front mudguard and the lids are ventilated area; bodywork from evaporating. made of aluminium (anticorodal). • keep the vehicle stationary by engaging Before using the vehicle again after long Fibreglass parts complete the bodywork, a gear and do not use the parking periods of inactivity, adjust the tyre such as: front and rear gravel guards and brake; pressure to the specified pressure and front and rear wheel houses. • bring the tyre pressure to 3.0 bar and check the fluid levels of all the systems. To ensure a long life of the chassis, have 7 periodically change the tyre resting the Ferrari Service Network check the point on the ground; chassis and the protected areas every 2 • disconnect the battery from the system years. as indicated on page 144. If the chassis is damaged in an accident, If you do not wish to disconnect the take the vehicle only to the Ferrari Service battery in order to keep certain devices Network. functioning such as: radio station memory, alarm system, etc., the battery must be recharged at least once a month. 158

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TABLE OF CONTENTS Abbreviations .................................... 4 Checking the hydraulic steering (Mechanical gearbox).................. 112 ABS ................................................ 28 oil level ....................................... 152 Driving with the “ABS” braking Adjusting the air vents...................... 84 Child safety .................................... 23 system ........................................ 117 Adjusting the roof tint level .............. 96 Cleaning the roof glass..................... 97 Electrical system ............................. 17 Air conditioning and heating system . 82 Cleaning the vehicle ....................... 156 Electronic speedometer.................... 39 Airbag............................................. 25 CO2 emissions................................. 15 Engine compartment lid................... 77 Alarm system..................................... 8 Consulting the manual....................... 3 Engine compartment relay ............. 143 Anti-corrosion coating ................... 158 Closing and opening the roof Engine malfunction alarm devices... 123 Anti-pollution device maintenance . 118 manually....................................... 95 Engine oil pressure gauge ................. 40 Ashtray/Cigarette lighter ................. 74 Dimensions and weights .................. 14 Engine oil temperature gauge ........... 41 ASR ................................................ 29 Direction indicators......................... 54 Exhaust system overheating alarm ASR deactivation button .................. 59 Displaying messages from the tyre devices........................................ 122 Automatic gearshift mode pressure monitoring system ........... 48 External lights.................................. 54 8 (“F1” gearbox) ............................ 109 Doors ............................................. 50 External rear-view mirrors................. 73 Battery master switch .................... 144 Driver side power window ................ 52 Fastening the seat belts.................... 70 Battery-charger.............................. 146 Driver’s seat position memory .......... 69 Fuel consumption ........................... 15 Before a trip .................................. 100 Driving at night ............................ 115 Fuel level gauge ............................... 41 Before you drive ............................ 114 Driving in fog ................................ 116 Fuel tank cap .................................. 80 Checking the battery...................... 145 Driving in the rain ......................... 116 Fuses and relays inside passenger Checking the brake/clutch oil level.. 152 Driving on mountain roads ............ 116 compartment, driver side............. 142 Checking the coolant level.............. 151 Driving on snowy and icy roads ..... 117 Fuses and relays inside passenger Checking the engine oil level........... 151 Driving styles ................................. 118 compartment, passenger side ...... 138 Checking the gearbox and “F1” Driving the vehicle (“F1” gearbox) .. 104 Gear display .................................... 42 gearbox system oil level................ 151 Driving the vehicle Gearshifting (“F1” gearbox) ........... 106 162

TABLE OF CONTENTS Glove compartment......................... 75 and pretensioners........................ 155 Recommended lubricants and Handbrake lever ............................. 66 Maintenance schedule ................... 150 fluids ............................................ 17 Hazard lights button........................ 57 Manual deactivation Replacing a fuse/relay .................... 136 Headlight washer............................. 56 of the passenger side airbag ........... 71 Replacing a wheel.......................... 129 Heated rear window and external rear- Multi-function display ..................... 45 Replacing the auxiliary stop light view mirror defroster button .......... 61 Multi-function display scroll bulbs .......................................... 134 Horn control ................................... 58 buttons......................................... 62 Replacing the brake pads How to use the tyres ...................... 154 Operation with the engine off and discs ................................... 123 Identification plates......................... 10 (“F1” gearbox ) ........................... 102 Replacing the direction indicator If the vehicle is stored for long Parking ......................................... 113 bulbs .......................................... 132 periods ....................................... 158 Parking lights button ....................... 58 Replacing the high-beam bulbs ...... 131 Ignition switch................................. 65 Particular driving conditions .......... 118 Replacing the number plate light Inertia switch .................................. 30 Passenger side power window .......... 52 bulb ........................................... 135 Instrument panel ............................. 38 Performance.................................... 15 Replacing the position light bulbs... 132 8 Internal lights .................................. 73 “PIN code”........................................ 9 Replacing the side direction Internal rear-view mirror .................. 72 Position of the main controls indicator bulbs............................ 132 Labels ............................................. 12 in the vehicle ................................ 34 Replacing the taillight bulbs ........... 134 Light bulbs ................................... 135 Power windows ............................... 52 Replacing the wiper blades............. 153 Location of the fuse and relay Pretensioners................................... 23 Respecting the environment .......... 117 boxes ......................................... 137 Push start (“F1” gearbox) .............. 111 Revolution counter .......................... 40 LOW GRIP mode (“F1” gearbox).... 108 Racing type seats ............................ 70 Rims and tyres................................. 16 Luggage compartment lid ................ 78 Rear fog lights button ...................... 60 Roof closing sequence ..................... 93 Main engine specifications .............. 15 Rear glove compartment.................. 76 Roof cover ...................................... 96 Maintenance of the seat belts Recharging the battery .................. 145 Roof opening sequence.................... 92 163

TABLE OF CONTENTS Roof: controls and warning lights..... 90 the system (“F1” gearbox)............ 107 Roof: emergency procedure.............. 94 Tyre pressure calibration button....... 61 Roof: system description.................. 88 Updating........................................... 4 Running-in .................................... 100 Vehicle keys ....................................... 8 Safe driving ................................... 114 Warning lights ................................. 43 Seat belts ........................................ 22 Warranty booklet .......................... 150 Seats............................................... 67 Water temperature gauge ................ 41 Service .............................................. 3 Wheel alignment check and “Skin saver” device........................... 68 adjustment ................................. 155 Spare parts ....................................... 4 Wheels and tyres .......................... 154 “SPORT” mode (“F1” gearbox) ...... 110 When travelling ............................ 114 “SPORT” mode button ................... 60 While driving Starting and warming up the engine (Mechanical gearbox).................. 113 8 (“F1” gearbox) ............................ 103 Windscreen washer.......................... 56 Starting and warming up the engine Windscreen wipers........................... 55 (mechanical gearbox) .................. 112 Windscreen wipers......................... 153 Starting the system (“F1” gearbox) . 101 Windscreen wipers and washer fluid 153 Steering wheel position adjustment .. 53 Stopping the vehicle (“F1” gearbox) 107 Sun visors........................................ 75 Toolkit .......................................... 124 Towing the vehicle ......................... 146 Transmission ratios ......................... 16 Turning off the engine and 164

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Specifications and equipment options of Ferrari vehicles 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 vehicle models 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’s value, it is advisable not to modify the vehicle equipment unless you use parts of the approved type. COPYRIGHT© Technical Service Dept. Via Abetone Inferiore, 4 - 41053 - Maranello (Modena) Code No. 69319800 Catalogue No. 2242/05 2nd edition January ‘06 Elaborazioni Tecniche - DECA - Lugo (Ravenna)