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Issue Date: January 2020
Revision Date: September 2020
NOTE: Carefully read, understand and follow the instructions provided in this manual, and keep it in a safe place for future reference. If you have any doubt whatsoever regarding the use or care of your vehicle, please visit your Authorised Mahindra Dealer for assistance or advice.
This Owner's Manual should be considered as an integral part of the vehicle and should remain with the vehicle.

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MAHINDRA & MAHINDRA LTD., GATEWAY BUILDING, APOLLO BUNDER, MUMBAI - 400 039
www.mahindra.com
Important Information – Quick Reference
We strongly urge that you read the information provided in pages referred hereunder which will help in road safety and prevent inconvenience
1
Warranty Coverage...............................................................................................................................................
Refer WI&MG* (P.g. 13)
2
Roadside Assistance ............................................................................................................................................
Refer WI&MG* (P.g. 9)
3
Schedule Service (Free/Paid)...........................................................................................................................
Refer WI&MG* (P.g. 25)
4
Location Of Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)......................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 2-23)
5
Location Of Fuse Box And Fuse Details........................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 2-8)
6
Changing A Flat Tyre.............................................................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 2-15)
7
Understanding The Warning Lamps.............................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 4-3)
8
Use Of Seats Belts And Child Restraint.......................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 5-10)
9
Understanding The Airbag Function..............................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 6-1)
10
If Your Vehicle Is Submerged...........................................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 14-6)
11
Driving Through Water.......................................................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 14-7)
12
Opening And Closing The Hood/Bonnet.....................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 17-4)
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Location Of Battery And Its Maintenance..................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 17-6/P.g. 17-13)
14
Maintenance Schedule Chart...........................................................................................................................
Refer (P.g. 17-24)
 
*Warranty Information & Maintenance Guide
 
1 INTRODUCTION AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
1.1 Introduction
Dear Customer,
Congratulations on purchasing Mahindra MARAZZO. Your vehicle has been designed to provide years of safe and dependable service, as long as it is used and maintained in accordance with the instructions provided in this manual.
All persons who will use and/or maintain this vehicle must read, understand and follow all warnings and instructions provided in this manual. This Owner's Manual should be considered an integral part of the vehicle and should remain with the vehicle. However, nothing in this manual, and none of the safety devices installed in the vehicle, are a substitute for careful operation and common sense. Always make sure that your vehicle is in optimum working order, and take note of the road and weather conditions under which you are using your vehicle.
If you have any questions concerning the proper use or maintenance of your vehicle, please call your Authorised Mahindra Dealer. For list of Mahindra Authorised dealers visit our website.
https://www.mahindramarazzo.com
Alternatively, you can contact Mahindra at:
•  1800-209-6006 (Toll free)
•  customercare@mahindra.com
We extend our best wishes for safe and pleasurable motoring.
Sincerely,
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Servicing and Summary Data
•  For all issues concerning the vehicle and for any need of spare parts, contact only the Authorised Mahindra Dealer network
•  We recommend you always use genuine Mahindra spare parts when performing repairs on the vehicle
•  We suggest that you record the vehicle data in the Warranty and Information Guide for future references
1.2 Safety Symbols
Carefully read, understand and follow the safety symbols/ instructions given in this manual.
Legend of the Symbols
To emphasise information and procedures regarding safety, use, maintenance, etc., the following symbols are used throughout the manual:
DANGER indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, will result in death or serious injury.
WARNING indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.
CAUTION indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, may result in minor or moderate injury and/or property damage.
NOTICE indicates important information relevant to the vehicle, the vehicle's use or to sections of this manual to which particular attention must be paid for optimum use of the vehicle.
If you see this symbol, it indicates “no,” “do not,” “do not do this,” or “never”.
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1.3 General Safety Information and Instructions
Failure to follow the warnings and instructions provided in this manual could result in failure of the vehicle, an accident and/or serious personal injury.
1. Carefully read, understand and follow the warnings and instructions given in this manual. This manual is an essential part of the product. Keep it in the vehicle’s glove box for future reference.
2. First-aid kit placed in the glove box of the vehicle. Ensure it is not taken out of the vehicle at any point in time.
3. Please note that throughout this manual, reference is made that “an accident” could occur. An accident could cause you or a bystander to sustain personal injury, or result in property damage.
4. Never use a mobile phone or any device with headphone while driving. This may take your focus off the road and lead to accidents.
5. Please be advised that many service and repair tasks require specialised knowledge, tools and experience. General mechanical aptitude may not be sufficient to properly service or repair your vehicle. If you have any doubt whatsoever regarding the ability to properly service or repair your vehicle, please contact your Authorised Mahindra Dealer or a qualified technician.
6. Inspect the seat belt system periodically, checking for cuts, frays or wear in the seat belt webbing, or loose buckles, retractors, anchors or other loose parts. Damaged parts must be replaced immediately.
7. Always start and operate the engine in a well-ventilated area. If in an enclosed area, vent the exhaust to the outside. Do not modify or tamper with the exhaust system.
8. Examine tyres for excessive tread wear and uneven wear patterns. Check for stones, nails, glass, or other objects lodged in the tread and check sidewalls for any cuts, cracks, or other signs of wear. Replace as necessary.
9. Always maintain the safety labels affixed to your vehicle in a good legible condition.
10. All signal lamps, buzzers, shields, guards and other protective safety devices must always remain in place and in good, proper working condition.
11. The lifespan of Mahindra products depend on many factors. Improper use, abuse or harsh use in general may compromise the integrity of the vehicle and significantly reduce its lifespan. The vehicle is also subject to wear over a period of time. Please have your vehicle regularly inspected by an Authorised Mahindra Dealer or a qualified mechanic. If the inspection reveals any damage or excessive wear, immediately replace or have the component serviced.
12. We recommend that you use only genuine parts supplied by Mahindra. The use of non-Mahindra parts will not be covered by warranty.
13. Never crawl under or be in close proximity to the vehicle when it is lifted off the ground (by a jack), unless the vehicle is properly supported with jack stands, wheel chocks and other appropriate safety devices.
14. Never attempt any repairs or adjustments to any component while the vehicle is in motion. Always switch off the engine, and wait for the engine to come to a complete stop before performing any repairs or adjustments.
15. The vehicle identification plates are the only legal identification reference, hence it is necessary to keep them in good condition. Never modify data on the plates or remove them. The customer is responsible for any possible tampering with the plates, which will immediately void the warranty.
16. Do not attempt sharp turns, abrupt manoeuvres, or other unsafe driving actions that can cause loss of vehicle control. When the vehicle is fully loaded, drive at a slow speed, especially when turning. Note that the centre of gravity of the vehicle changes when the vehicle is fully loaded, and also if luggage is mounted on the roof carrier.
1.4 To Owners of a Mahindra Vehicle
When first driving the vehicle after long periods of non-use, you may experience a temporary drive disturbance. This is a characteristic of the tyres and should be no reason for concern. The condition should correct itself within 5-15 kms. of driving. If the disturbance persists, have the tyres checked by an Authorised Mahindra Dealer.
Driving and Alcohol
Your driving ability can be seriously impaired by alcohol even if the blood alcohol level is far below the legal minimum. Drunken driving is one of the most frequent causes of accidents.
Never drink and drive. Drinking and driving will lead to an accident resulting in serious personal injury.
Driving and Drugs/Medication
Your driving ability can be seriously impaired through the use of prescription or non-prescription drugs or medication (even cough syrup). If you are taking any sort of drug or medication, be sure that it will not affect your driving ability.
Mobile Phones Warning
Use of electronic devices such as mobile phones, computers, portable radios or other by the driver while driving is dangerous. In exceptional condition, if use of a mobile phone is necessary despite this warning, use a handsfree system to ensure that the hands are free to drive the vehicle. Even handsfree do not ensure that due to distraction an accident will not happen.
Please comply with the legal regulations concerning the use of communication equipment in vehicles in your country.
Driving Long Distances
When you are driving over long distances, follow these tips so that you have a safe journey:
•  Lack of sleep or fatigue will impact your ability to drive safely
•  Exercise your eyes by shifting the focus of your eyes to different parts of the road
•  Use stimulating beverages such as coffee or tea
•  Relax and stay calm
•  Take breaks at regular intervals
Protecting Our Environment
All of us should play our part in protecting our environment. Judicious vehicle usage and ensuring hazardous waste disposal (including cleaning and lubrication fluids) are important steps towards this initiative.
Mahindra vehicles conform to existing emission norms (standards). Adhering to the periodical maintenance schedule and using Mahindra genuine parts will help retain emission performance of the vehicle and is a pre-requisite for emissions warranty coverage.
Servicing
If you have any questions concerning the proper use or maintenance of your vehicle, please call your Authorised Mahindra Dealer. A list of dealers can be found in the Dealer Directory Supplement or on the Internet.
Alternatively, you can contact us on 1800-209-6006 / customercare@mahindra.com.
Running-in
Driving smoothly during first 1,000 kms. will help to prevent abnormal and premature system wear. Proper running-in will improving the life of drivetrain and vehicle components.
A new engine may consume more oil during the first 1,000 kms. of running. This should be considered as a normal part of break-in and not interpreted as any problem with the engine.
Mahindra Genuine Parts
Mahindra uses high quality parts for building the vehicles.
In the event that any parts need replacement, we recommend that you use only Mahindra genuine parts.
Non-Mahindra parts may harm vehicle performance and will not be covered by your Mahindra warranty.
To avoid counterfeit parts and to protect our brand image, Mahindra genuine parts are packed in a branded carton. Look for the “Mahindra Genuine Parts” logo.
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Any unauthorised modifications or alterations to this vehicle or failure to use appropriate specification and quality spare parts could seriously affect vehicle roadworthiness and safety leading to an accident, resulting in serious injury.
Mahindra Genuine Accessories
A wide selection of quality accessories are available through your Authorised Mahindra Dealer. These accessories have been specifically engineered to allow you to personalise your vehicle to suit your requirements and complement its style and aerodynamic appearance.
Each accessory is made from high quality materials and meets Mahindra's rigid engineering and safety specifications. Every Mahindra accessory installed according to the Mahindra installation provisions comes with the respective accessory warranty.
Consult your Authorised Mahindra Dealer for detailed information about accessories available for your specific model variant.
For maximum vehicle performance and safety considerations, always keep the following information in mind:
•  The company does not take any responsibility for consequential damages / injuries resulting due to fitment of unauthorised aftermarket accessories and / or tapping / cutting wires in the wiring harness
•  When adding accessories, equipment, passengers and luggage to your vehicle, do not exceed the total weight capacity of the vehicle or of the front and rear axle. Consult Authorised Mahindra Dealer for specific weight information
•  Bull bars and nudge guards are not recommended
•  Accessories causing any change in vehicle specifications like wheel rims, bull bars, etc., may affect the performance of safety systems
•  Mobile communication systems such as two-way radios, telephones and theft alarms that are equipped with radio transmitters and installed in your vehicle should comply with the local regulations and should be installed only by your Authorised Mahindra Dealer
Vehicle Safety
When leaving your vehicle unoccupied:
•  Always remove the ignition key when you park the vehicle
•  Close all the windows completely and lock all the doors
•  Do not leave any valuables in your vehicle. If you must leave something in your vehicle, hide them and securely lock all the doors
1.5 Audio/Infotainment Manual
Please refer the user e-manual in infotainment for details regarding:
•  Audio/Video functions
•  Bluetooth functions
•  Navigation (if equipped)
•  Map upgradation details
•  Handsfree usage
To upgrade the maps in your navigation system (if equipped), please refer the Infotainment manual.
2 GENERAL
2.1 Dimensions
Dimension & Weights
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Wheel Base
2760 mm
Overall Length
4585 mm
Overall Width
1866 mm
Overall Height
1774 mm
Track Width (Front & Rear)
1600 mm
2.1.1 Front View
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2.1.2 Rear View
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2.1.3 Side View
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2.2 Bulb Specification
Lamp Bulb
Wattage
Bulb Type
No. of Bulbs per Vehicle
Head Lamp - High Beam
12V 55W
H7 55W
2
Head Lamp - Low Beam
12V 55W
H7 55W
2
Turn Signal Lamp (Front)
12V 21W
WY21W
2
Position Lamp
12V 5W
W5W
2
Front Fog/Cornering Lamp
12V 35W
H8 35W
2
Stop Lamp
12V 21W
P 21W/5W
2
Turn Signal Lamp (Rear)
12V 10W
WY10W
2
Reverse Lamp
12V 10W
W10W
2
Parking Lamp (Rear)
12V 5W
P 21W/5W
2
Fog Lamp (Rear)
12V 21W
P21W
2
2.3 Fuses & Relays
A fuse is the most common electric protection device. A fuse is placed in an electrical circuit, so that when current flow exceeds the rating of the fuse, it blows off.
The element in the fuse melts, opening the circuit and preventing other components of the circuit from being damaged by the over current. The size of the metal fuse element determines the rating. Once a fuse blows off, it must be replaced with a new one.
Switch the ignition and all electrical equipment OFF before touching or attempting to change a fuse.
The replacement fuse rating should be the same as the one you are replacing.
You can identify a blown fuse by a break in the filament. All fuses except high current fuses are push fit. A fuse puller should be used to remove the fuse from its position.
Fuse puller is available at both Engine compartment and Instrument panel fuse boxes.
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2.3.1 Engine Compartment Fuse Box
Engine compartment fuse box is located adjacent to vehicle battery.
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To open the fuse box cover press the lock on engine side and push the cover back and lift it.
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Spare fuses are provided in the fuse box for replacement of blown fuses. Ensure the correct rating fuse is replaced with the blown fuse.
Fuse Layout :
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FUSES
FUSE NO.
CIRCUIT
FUSE RATING
F1
CAB BATT. 1
60A
F2
GLOW PLUG
40A
F3
CAB BATT. 2
60A
F4
STARTER SOLENOID
40A
F5
ABS MOTOR
40A
F6
EMS
40A
F7
COOLING FAN
60A
F8
ABS SOLENOID
25A
F9
CAB BATT. 3
60A
F10
AMT BAT1
30A
F11
NOT USED
NOT USED
F12
H/L HIGH BEAM
15A
F13
H/L LOW BEAM
15A
F14
HORN
15A
F15
FOG/CORNERING LAMP
10A
F16
EMS B+
5A
F17
NOT USED
NOT USED
F18
NOT USED
NOT USED
F19
NOT USED
NOT USED
F20
NOT USED
NOT USED
F21
SCR
5A
F22
AMT BAT2
15A
F23
FUEL FEED PUMP
15A
F24
AC CLUTCH
10A
F25
NOT USED
NOT USED
F26
EMS BATT. 1
10A
F27
NOT USED
NOT USED
F28
NOT USED
NOT USED
F29
STOP LAMP
15A
F30
NOT USED
NOT USED
F31
EMS BATT. 2
15A
F32
NOT USED
NOT USED
F33
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RELAY NO.
CIRCUIT
RELAY TYPE/RATING
R1
COOLING FAN LOW RELAY
ISO MAXI/12V-70A
R2
GLOW PLUG RELAY
ISO MAXI/12V-70A
R3
COOLING FAN HIGH RELAY
ISO MAXI/12V-70A
R4
STARTER SOLENOID RELAY
ISO MINI/12V-40A
R5
BREAK LAMP RELAY
ISO MINI/12V-40A
R6
NOT USED
NOT USED
R7
EMS ECU RELAY
ISO MINI/12V-40A
R8
NOT USED
NOT USED
R9
HEAD LAMP LOW BEAM
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R10
HORN RELAY
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R11
FRONT FOG LAMP RELAY RH
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R12
SCR RELAY
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R13
AC COMPRESSOR RELAY
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R14
FRONT FOG LAMP RELAY LH
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R15
FUEL FEED PUMP RELAY
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R16
HEAD LAMP HI BEAM
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
2.3.2 Instrument Panel Fuse Box
This fuse box as located below the Instrument panel on the driver side. To access the fuse box, pull out the top panel as shown in image to access the fuse box.
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Fuse puller is available at the left side of fuse box.
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Fuse Layout :
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FUSES
FUSE NO.
CIRCUIT
FUSE RATING
F34
POWER WINDOW MASTR
40A
F35
BLWR
40A
F36
B+ MBFM-2
5A
F37
B+ DIAGNOSTIC
5A
F38
B+ INFOTAINMENT
15A
F39
CRANK AMT/EMS
5A
F40
PARK
10A
F41
TAILGATE ACTUATOR
10A
F42
IGN EPS
5A
F43
POWER FOLD/ANTI PINCH
15A
F44
B+ MBFM-1
20A
F45
B+ IMMO/ ITS
5A
F46
B+ IC/FATC
10A
F47
ORVM SW IP, HL COMBI IP, RR AC RL COIL IP, FR BLWR RLY COIL IP, DEMISTR RLY COIL IP
10A
F48
IGN ITS/RVC/INFO/FRNT & RR USB ILLUMNTN
5A
F49
AIRBAG
10A
F50
IGN ABS
5A
F51
REAR FOG
10A
F52
REAR DEFOGGER
20A
F53
KEY IN
5A
F54
INTERIOR LAMP
10A
F55
REVERSE
10A
F56
ACC INFOTAINMENT
5A
F57
IGN MBFM/IC/FATC
5A
F58
POWER WINDOW REAR
30A
F59
REAR AC
30A
F60
B+ MBFM-3
20A
F61
NOT USED
NOT USED
F62
POWER ECO/PAB LED
5A
F63
REAR WIPER
10A
F64
IGN IMMO/EMS
10A
F65
P/O FRONT
15A
F66
ACC FATC/MBFM
5A
F67
WIPER FRONT
25A
F68
IGN AMT
10A
SPARE
5A
SPARE
15A
SPARE
20A
SPARE
25A
SPARE
30A
RELAYS
RELAY NO.
CIRCUIT
RELAY RATING
R9
BLOWER RELAY
ISO MINI/12V-40A
R10
REV RELAY (AMT)
ISO MINI/12V-40A
ACCESORY CUT OFF RELAY NORMALLY CLOSED (MT)
R11
DEMISTER RELAY
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
R12
LIFT GATE RELAY
ISO MICRO/12V-20A
2.3.3 Battery Mounted Fuse Box
The battery mounted fuse box is connected to the positive terminal of the battery. Functionality of this battery mounted fuse box is to provide short circuit protection to alternator, power supply to engine compartment fuse box and also to the EPS motor.
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Battery mounted fuse box consists of following fuses:
In the above image– 80 amp (Pos D) fuse connects to engine room fuse box.
150 amps (Pos B) fuse connects to alternator B positive.
80 amps (Pos A) fuse connects to EPS motor.
2.4 Flat Tyre
In case of a flat tyre during driving, reduce your speed gradually, keeping a straight line. Move cautiously off the road to a safe place well away from traffic. Park on a level spot with firm ground. Stop the engine and turn ON your hazard warning flashers.
Firmly apply the parking brake. Have everyone come out of the vehicle on the side away from traffic.
Never stop your vehicle in a traffic lane to change a tyre. Risk of being hit by an oncoming vehicle. Keep driving until you reach a safe location.
Lifting a vehicle to change a tyre or perform maintenance is very dangerous if you do not have the requisite tools, safety equipment and training. The jack provided along with the vehicle is to be used only for changing a spare tyre. It is never to be used to perform any other maintenance or repair on the vehicle.
Never place any part of your body under any portion of the vehicle when it is supported only by the jack. You could be crushed by the vehicle if it falls off a jack. Keep bystanders away from the vehicle.
Find level, solid ground that is clear of oncoming traffic. If you cannot find a safe place to stop, it is better to drive on a flat tyre and damage the rim than it is to risk being hit by oncoming traffic.
After changing a flat tyre, never store the tyre or other equipment in the passenger compartment of the vehicle. This loose equipment could strike an occupant in the event of a sudden stop or collision. Store all of these items in the proper place.
The following sections outline the procedure for changing a flat tyre;
2.4.1 Tool Kit
The tool kit is located in under the second row right side seat.
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The tool kit consists of the following tools packed in a PVC tool bag:
•  Screw Driver
•  Jack Operating Lever
•  Tow Bar
•  DEO Spanner 10mm x 12mm
•  Wheel Spanner
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PVC Bag
D
Tow Bar
B
Screw Driver
E
Deo Spanner 10mm X 12mm
C
Jack Operating Lever
F
Wheel Spanner
Jack is located on the left side of the luggage compartment. To remove the Jack out follow the below process:
•  Fold the 3rd row Left side seat and pull out the trim cover snaps as shown in the illustration
•  Unstrap the Velcro which holds the jack
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•  Lift the jack upwards inside the trim
•  Slide the bottom of jack towards out of the trim and take out.
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2.4.2 Spare Wheel Removal
Spare wheel is located below the floor at the rear end of the vehicle. It is held in place by a securing nut underneath the rear luggage compartment floor carpet.
Follow the below steps to remove the Spare wheel from vehicle:
•  Locate the plug covering the securing nut on the rear end panel trim.
•  Remove the plug using flat screw driver or a coin by rotating in anti-clockwise direction
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•  Rotate and Loosen the securing nut counter clockwise to winch down/lower the secured spare wheel to the ground
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•  Remove the securing bracket by tilting it and take out of the spare wheel hub
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•  Remove/pull away the spare wheel out of vehicle
2.4.3 Wheel Nut Loosening
Center Wheel Cap (If applicable) - Remove the wheel cap by inserting the flat screw driver in the slot provided in wheel cap .
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Full Wheel Cover (If applicable) - Remove the full wheel cover by pulling the lugs of the wheel cover.
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Do not try to pry off the wheel cover by hand alone. Take due care in handling the wheel cover to avoid unexpected personal injury.
Always loosen the wheel nuts before raising the vehicle. Turn the wheel nuts counter clockwise to loosen. To get maximum leverage, fit the spanner to the nut so that the handle is on the right side. Grab the spanner near the end of the handle and push down on the handle. Be careful that the spanner does not slip off the nut. Do not remove the nuts, but loosen them by one or two turns.
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Do not apply force with your legs (or stand) on the wheel spanner while tightening the wheel nuts.
Block the wheel diagonally opposite the flat tyre to keep the vehicle from rolling when it is jacked up. When blocking the wheel, place a wheel block in front of one of the front wheels or behind one of the rear wheels.
2.5 Jack Points
Front jack up point - On the chassis long member behind the front wheels.
Rear jack up point - On the chassis long member in front side of rear wheels.
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2.5.1 Jacking
Position the jack at the correct jacking point. Make sure the jack is positioned on a level and solid ground. Ensure that no one is in the vehicle.
Block the wheel diagonally opposing the flat tyre to keep the vehicle from rolling when it is jacked up. While blocking the wheel, place a wheel block in front of one of the front wheels or behind one of the rear wheels.
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Flat Tyre
B
Chock Blocks
To raise the vehicle, insert the jack handle into the jack and rotate it clockwise with the wheel spanner(Insert the slot provided in wheel spanner and jack handle end). As the jack touches the vehicle and begins to lift, check that it is properly positioned. Raise it high enough so that the spare tyre can be installed. Remember that you will need more ground clearance when putting the inflated spare tyre than when removing the flat tyre.
Make sure to locate the jack properly in the jacking point. Raising the vehicle with an improperly positioned jack will damage the jack and may allow the vehicle to fall off the jack and cause personal injury.
•  Use the jack only for lifting the vehicle during wheel changing
•  Do not raise the jack with any person inside the vehicle
•  When raising the vehicle, do not place any objects on top of or underneath the jack
•  Raise the vehicle only high enough to remove and change the wheel
•  Follow jacking instructions
•  Do not start or run the engine while your vehicle is supported by the jack
Never get under the vehicle when the vehicle is supported by the jack alone.
Remove the wheel nuts. Remove the flat tyre straight off and then place it aside. Roll the spare wheel into position and align the holes of the disc with the bolts. Lift the wheel and hand tighten the top wheel nut. Wiggle the wheel and press it back over the other bolts.
Re-instal the wheel nuts with the tapered end inward and tighten by hand. Press the wheel inward and tighten the wheel nuts further.
Before lowering the wheel, hand tighten the nuts in diagonal sequence so that wheel is flush against the hub/drum.
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Never use oil or grease on the bolts or nuts. Doing so may lead to over tightening of the nuts, wheel nut spanner slip, damage the bolts and also may cause personal injuries. Also, nuts may loosen and the wheels may fall off, which could cause a serious accident. If there is oil or grease on any bolt or nut, clean before installing wheel nuts.
Rotate the jack handle anti clockwise using the wheel spanner to lower the vehicle, making sure the handle remains firmly fitted onto the wheel spanner. Lower the vehicle completely and tighten the diagonally opposite wheel nuts using the wheel nut spanner. Make sure the wheel spanner is securely engaged over the nut. Tighten each nut a little at a time in the diagonally opposite order as shown. Repeat the process until all the nuts are tight. Do not use any other tools or any additional leverage other than your hands, such as a hammer, pipe or your foot.
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Firmly tighten the wheel nuts as per the sequence shown in the illustration , two to three times.
Improperly or loosely tightened wheel nuts are dangerous. The wheel can wobble or come off. This can result in loss of vehicle control and cause a serious accident. Always make sure all the wheel nuts are properly/securely tightened to the specified torque.
When lowering the vehicle, make sure all portions of your body are clear off the vehicle as it is lowered to the ground. Have the wheel nuts tightened with the torque spanner to 120 Nm, as soon as possible after changing wheels.
If you have rotated, repaired, changed your tyres or changed the wheel rims, re-torque the wheel nuts after driving about 1,000 kms (Torque 120 Nm).
Put the wheel cap (if equipped) into position aligning the nozzle on the wheel to the nozzle clearance on the wheel cover. Tap it firmly on the sides with your hand to snap it into place.
Check the air pressure of the replaced tyre. If the pressure is lower than recommended, drive slowly to the nearest service station and inflate to the correct pressure. If it is too high, adjust it until it is correct. Always re-instal the valve cap after checking or adjusting tyre pressure. If the cap is not replaced, dirt and moisture could get into the valve core and cause air leakage. If you lose a valve cap, buy another and instal it as soon as possible.
Wheel balancing and Wheel Alignment to be done after tyre puncture rework.
Steering centering calibration (Steering Angle Sensor) to be performed if you have done Wheel Alignment, repaired, changed your tyres or changed the wheel rims. Contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for assistance.
2.6 Restore all the Tools, Jack and Flat Tyre Securely
Restore the tools and Jack in their respective storage locations.
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Jack Re-fitment:
•  Insert the jack by sliding the top portion inside the trim
•  Lift the jack upwards inside the trim
•  Tighten the Strap of the Velcro with the jack
•  Fix the trim cover and unfold the 3rd row left seat
Align the spare wheel bracket to the centre hub of the wheel. Winch up the flat tyre to the floor at the rear of the vehicle. Firmly tighten the securing nut and refit the plug on the rear end panel trim.
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Double check to ensure the tyre is snug against the rear floor of the vehicle. The spare wheel bracket/cable may be damaged if the vehicle is driven with the spare wheel loosely mounted.
Drive slowly to the nearest service station and inflate to the correct pressure. Always reinstall the valve cap after checking or adjusting tyre pressure, dirt and moisture could get into the valve core and cause air leakage or valve damage.
Replace the original tyre once punture/rework done. Provided spare wheel in the vehicle should be used only as temporary.
2.7 Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)
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Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is the legal identity of your vehicle. The vehicle identification number is stamped on the VIN plate riveted on to the bottom of the B-Pillar on the driver side.
2.8 Engine Number
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The engine number sticker is pasted on top of cam cover. The engine number is also stamped on the VIN plate riveted on to the bottom of the B-Pillar on the driver side.
2.9 Technical Specifications
Technical Specifications
ENGINE - 4D15 BS - VI
Displacement/Cubic Capacity
1497 cc
Type
DI Turbocharged Intercooled
Compression Ratio
16 (± 0.5): 1
Max. Engine output, (kW @ RPM)
90.2 kW @ 3500 RPM (Power Mode)
73.3 kW @ 3500 RPM (Economy Mode)
Max. Torque (Nm @ RPM)
300 Nm @ 1750 - 2500 RPM
200 Nm @ 1575 - 3000 RPM
TRANSMISSION
Type
Manual
No. of Gears
6 Forward, 1 Reverse
GEAR RATIOS
Transaxle Ratio
Overall Ratio
I
4.38
18.06
II
2.30 (Opt. 2.41)
9.47 (Opt. 9.93)
III
1.46
6.03
IV
1.03
4.24
V
0.80
3.31
VI
0.66
2.71
Reverse
3.00
16.15
STEERING
Type/Description
Electric Power Assisted Steering
Steering Wheel Diameter
385±3
BRAKES
Service Brake
Hydraulic Vacuum Assisted with ABS Function
Front
Disc
Rear
Disc
Parking Brake
Mechanical, Acting on rear Wheels
WHEELS & TYRES
Rim
6JX16 – Steel / 6.5JX16 - Alloy, 6.5JX17 - Steel / 6.5Jx17 - Alloy
Tyres
P215/65 R16 98 H /T, P215/60 R17 96 H
Type
Radial Tubeless
Laden Tyre Pressure
(front & rear), (bar)
2.2 bar (for R16 tyre)
2.4 bar (for R17 tyre)
FUEL
Fuel Capacity
45 litres
ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
System Voltage
12V
Battery
65Ah
3 VEHICLE OVERVIEW
3.1 Front Overview
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A
Hood
B
Windshield Wiper
C
Front Windshield
D
Outside Rearview Mirror (ORVM)
E
Side Indicator Lamp
F
Head Lamp Low Beam
G
Parking Lamp / DRL*
H
Fog Lamp* / Cornering Lamp*
I
Head Lamp High Beam
J
Front Indicator Lamp
* if equipped
3.2 Rear Overview
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A
Rear Windshield / Demister
B
High Mounted Stop Lamp
C
Roof Antenna*
D
Rear Wiper*
E
Rear Parking Lamps
F
Reverse Lamp
G
Brake/Park Lamp
H
Rear Fog Lamp*
I
Rear Turn Indicator
J
Rear Camera*
* if equipped
3.3 Instrument Panel Overview
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A
Side Vents
L
ESS (Engine Stop Start)
B
Side Defrost Vents
M
Accelerator/ Brake/ Clutch Pedal
C
Windshield Defrost Vents
N
Parking Brake
D
Front Co-passenger Airbag
O
Power Outlet/AUX/USB Port*
E
Infotainment Screen *
P
Storage box with Tambour Door
F
Centre Vents
Q
USB Charger*
G
Steering Controls*
R
Gear Lever
H
Instrument Cluster
S
Hazard Switch
I
Horn Pad/Driver Airbag
T
HVAC Controls
J
Steering Wheel
U
Glove Box
K
ECO / Head Lamp Levelling Switches
   
* if equipped
4 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER OVERVIEW
4.1 Instrument Cluster
TFT Type
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LED Type
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A
Tachometer
D
Fuel Gauge
G
Gear Indicator
B
Temperature Gauge
E
Speedometer
H
Mode Switch
C
Warning/Tell-tale Lamps
F
Odometer / Tripmeter
I
Set Switch
 
4.2 Warning Lamps Overview
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4.3 Warning Lamps
Sr. No.
Symbol
Warning Lamp/Tell-Tale
Lamp Pre-check
Lamp Status while Engine running
Action/Remarks
A1
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DPF Indicator Lamp
Yes
Continuously ON
If the DPF indicator is ON in the engine running condition then DPF regeneration has not happened. Follow the instructions mentioned in the “EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM”
A
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Left Turn Indicator
No
Slow or Fast Blinking
Indicates left turn lamp is blinking
Slow Blinking: Normal operation
Fast Blinking: One /more left turn lamp bulb has fused. Have the bulb replaced
B
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ECO Lamp
No
Continuously ON
Indicates that your vehicle is running in Economy mode. If lamp does not turn ON after pressing ECO switch or If lamp ON without pressing ECO switch, contact an authorized Mahindra dealer immediately
C
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Airbag Warning Lamp *
For about 2 secs.
Continuously ON
Indicates malfunction of the airbag system. Contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
D
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ABS Warning Lamp
For about 2 secs.
Continuously ON
Indicates malfunction of the ABS system. Contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
E
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Right Turn Indicator
No
Slow or Fast Blinking
Indicates right turn lamp is blinking
Slow Blinking: Normal operation
Fast Blinking: One / more right turn lamp bulb has fused. Have the bulb replaced
F
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Battery Charging System Warning Lamp
Continuously ON till Engine
Continuously ON
Indicates malfunction in charging system. Contact Authorised Mahindra Dealer for assistance
G
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Water-in-Fuel
Yes
Continuously ON
Indicates water-in-fuel. Drain the water from filter or contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for assistance
H
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EPS Warning Lamp
After Pre-check Continuously ON till Engine Starts
Continuously ON
Indicates malfunction on Electronic Power steering system. Contact an Authorized Mahindra dealer immediately.
I
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Vehicle Armed Status Lamp
No
Blinking
Slow Blinking: Vehicle is armed with the remote
Fast Blinking/Continuously ON: Indicates a system malfunction
Contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
J
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Parking Lamp
No
Continuously ON
Indicates Parking Lamp is ON
K
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Front Fog Lamp Indicator *
No
Continuously Lamp ON
Indicates front fog lamp is ON
L
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Start/Stop Lamp*
No
Continuously ON or Blinking
Continuously ON: Engine is in auto stop mode
Blinking: Stop/Start is about to stop the engine
Fast Blinking: Stop/Start is inhibited due to unhealthy battery conditions
M
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High Engine Coolant Temperature Warning Lamp
Yes
Continuously ON
Engine temperature very high. Contact Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
N
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Rear Fog Lamp Indicator *
No
Continuously ON
Indicates rear fog lamp is ON
O
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Door Ajar Warning Lamp
No
Continuously ON
Indicates one or more doors and/or boot/hood are open
P
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Parking Brake ON/Brake Fluid Low Warning Lamp
Yes
Continuously ON
Either one of below conditions:
1. Park Brake might be engaged
2. Brake fluid level might be low
Q
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Low Fuel Warning Lamp
No
Continuously ON
Indicates fuel level has reached the reserve level. Re-fuel immediately.
R
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Low Engine Oil Pressure Warning Lamp
Continuously ON till Engine Starts
Continuously ON
Indicates engine oil pressure is low. Check oil level and top-up or contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for assistance
S
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OBD Check Lamp
Continuously ON till Engine Starts
Continuously ON
There is a potential malfunction related to emission system, contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
T
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Seat Belt Warning Lamp
Yes
Continuously ON
If tell-tale is not turning OFF even after fastening the seat belt, contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for assistance
U
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Check Engine Lamp
For about 2 secs.
Continuously ON or Blinking
Indicates a potential malfunction in the EMS, contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
V
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Glow Plug Indicator
For about 2 secs.
Continuously ON
Indicates a malfunction in the starting system. Contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately
W
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Cruise Control Indicator *
Yes
Continuously ON
Indicates vehicle is in Cruise mode
X
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Head Lamp High Beam Lamp
No
Continuously ON
Indicates Head lamp high beam is ON
Y
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REGEN Indicator
No
Continuously ON/Blinking
It indicates the DPF Manual Regeneration is Required.
It indicates currently DPF Manual Regeneration is in progress.
Z
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DEF Indicator Lamp
Yes
Continuously ON
It indicates that either DEF Level is low or incorrect DEF has been filled or DEF Dosing is malfunctioning. Follow the instructions mentioned in the ‘EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM”
* if equipped / select models or variants only
5 Emission Control System
The emission control system is a highly effective system which controls exhaust emissions from the engine and crucial for meeting emission norms specified by law.
Your vehicle is equipped with the following emission control systems for meeting BS VI emission norms.
1. Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC)
2. Selective Catalytic Reduction(SCR)
3. Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
In order to ensure proper function of the emission control systems, it is mandatory to get your vehicle inspected and maintained by an authorized Mahindra dealer. The maintenance schedule in this manual need to be followed.
It is also extremely important to use correct grade of fuel, Confirming to IS 1460; 2017 BS VI Specification.
5.1 Diesel Oxidation Catalyst (DOC)
A diesel oxidation catalyst (DOC) is an after treatment component that is designed to convert carbon monoxide (CO) and hydrocarbons (HC) into carbon dioxide (CO2) and water (H2O).
5.2 Selective Catalytic Reduction(SCR)
Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR) is an advanced active emission control technology system that injects a liquid-reducing agent through a special catalyst into the exhaust stream of a diesel engine. The reductant is called as Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF). The DEF sets off a chemical reaction that converts nitrogen oxides into nitrogen and water which is then expelled through the vehicle tailpipe.
5.2.1 Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) MaxiCLEAN
To enable SCR system work efficiently and to ensure emission compliance, It is recommended to use MaxiCLEAN DEF meeting IS 17042 (or) ISO 22241 specification.
Refilling DEF is part of regular maintenance service. DEF consumption is highly dependent on driving conditions/pattern. It may be necessary to refill DEF reservoir in-between the scheduled service, You need to monitor DEF Indicator Tell Tale and symbols/text messages displayed on infotainment screen / Cluster.
MaxiCLEAN DEF is available at all the authorized Mahindra dealers in variable packs. Individual DEF Packs may have specific filler neck, for filling DEF in the vehicle. While refilling DEF, Ensure no spillage on the body of self and vehicle to avoid any stains or inconvenience.
It is unlawful to tamper with or remove any component of the after treatment system. It is strongly recommended not to use DEF which is not meeting above specification. Further, this may lead to emission non-compliance and warranty will be void.
•  Use Genuine DEF MaxiCLEAN always.
•  Incase of non-availability of above Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) complying to IS 17042 (or) ISO 22241 specification can be used.
•  Never attempt to use agricultural grade urea mixed with water. Agricultural grade urea does not meet the necessary specifications and the after treatment system of your vehicle may be damaged.
•  Total DEF quantity inside the DEF Tank should never be more than 20 liters. Overfilling may result in system/component failure.
•  DEF quality and purity can be ensured only if it is stored properly. Hence ensure the storage of DEF in cool, dry place between storage.
•  Do not add urea to DEF and do not dilute with water. This may cause after treatment system damage.
•  While refilling DEF inside tank, be careful not to allow any foreign particles, liquids, wiping paper/clothing fibers or lint to get inside the system. These may clog or damage the system.
•  If DEF is spilled over vehicle components and metal surfaces, rinse with water or wipe off with sponge and water. DEF residues will corrode the components and metal surfaces, painted body panels.
•  DEF is not a fuel additive and must not be added to the diesel fuel tank. If DEF is mixed with the diesel fuel, engine/fuel system could get damaged.
•  In such a case , do not start the engine and immediately contact nearest Mahindra Authorised Dealer for assistance.
5.2.2 Contamination/ Incorrect DEF
In the event that incorrect or contaminated fluid is filled inside DEF Tank, contact an authorized M&M dealer to determine the appropriate repair direction.
5.2.3 Handling of DEF
•  Ensure that DEF does not come into contact with skin, eyes, or clothing
•  Keep DEF out of the reach of children
•  In case if any part of the body is in contact with DEF, clean affected area immediately with plenty of water
•  If DEF contacted with eyes, flush with plenty of water immediately and seek medical help.
•  If DEF is swallowed, rinse mouth immediately with plenty of water, drink plenty of water immediately and seek medical help.
•  Don’t store DEF refill containers inside the vehicle. Ammonia vapors may escape from container which have a pungent odor and are particularly irritating for skin, mucous membranes and eyes. Inhaling ammonia vapors may cause burning eyes, nose and throat, as well as cough and watering eyes.
•  When opening the DEF filler cap, ammonia vapors may escape. Refill DEF in a well ventilated area only.
•  If Diesel Exhaust Fluid is spilled on metal surfaces rinse and clean immediately with water. Failure to do so may leave permanent corrosive stains on the metal surfaces which cannot be removed.
5.2.4 DEF Operating Condition
DEF will freeze at -11°C (12.2°F). This is natural phenomenon. The DEF system in the vehicle is designed considering this and does not require any external heating or additives to avoid freezing.
The Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) system purges to prevent damage from freezing. Do NOT disconnect battery power within 20 minutes of switching the ignition key off. Failure to comply may result in vehicle or property damage.
5.2.5 Refilling DEF
Your Vehicle DEF Filler Neck is located near the Fuel filler Neck. The DEF storage tank is located under the body.
Following below steps to refill the DEF:
1. Park the vehicle on level ground and switch OFF the ignition.
2. Press the fuel lid gently once to open.
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3. Rotate the DEF filler cap in anti-clockwise direction and remove.
4. Fill DEF from the Container Pack. Each container pack has unique mouth and filling provision. Ensure utilizing the same and avoid spillage. Example. 10 Lit. Pack provided with filler tube.
5. Fill DEF as required. Maximum Storage capacity 20 litre. Minimum filling 5.0 liter.
6. Rinse with water or use sponge wetted with water to clean the components/surfaces in case of DEF spills over.
7. Put the DEF filler cap back in its place and tighten in the clock wise direction, then close the fuel lid shut.
8. Switch the ignition ON
9. Verify that there is no warning regarding DEF low level. If DEF Level Low warning is still appearing, Check enough quantity filled, If still problem persist Contact nearest Authorized Mahindra Dealer immediately.
10. DEF is being monitored through iSmart tool during regular service at dealership and quantity will be filled accordingly.
5.3 Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
The Diesel particulate filter (DPF) is an integral part of the vehicle exhaust gas emission reduction systems and it removes the soot from (Particulate matter) the exhaust gas. Unlike a disposable air filter, the DPF is regenerative filter. Regeneration is triggered automatically according to the driving conditions which burns of the accumulated particles/soot. In other words, the active burning by engine control system and high exhaust gas temperature caused by normal/high driving condition burns and removes the accumulated soot. The process is called as DPF Active Regeneration.
However, if the vehicle continues to be driven at either of the following conditions the accumulated soot may not be automatically removed because of low exhaust gas temperature.
1. Heavy traffic driving conditions, especially in city
2. Frequent short trips
3. Low speed for a long time
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When more than a certain amount of soot deposited, the DPF lamp illuminates.
If the DPF lamp turns ON while driving the vehicle, then it indicates DPF regeneration has not occurred successfully. At this moment, we suggest DPF regeneration must be done through a specific methodology. The same is as mentioned below:
Take vehicle to highway and drive for 20–30 mins @ speeds above 60 kms/hr until the lamp to extinguish
(or)
Take vehicle to Mahindra authorised dealer for assistance
Diesel Fuel
It is recommended to use the regulated automotive diesel fuel confirming to IS 1460: 2017 spec only.
If the diesel fuel with high sulfur content (more than 10 PPM) and unspecified additives are used, it can cause the DPF system damage and emission warranty issues.
•  During the regeneration process, take care the vehicle is not near any flammable materials as you may observe hot emission gases from exhaust pipe.
•  In order to avoid burns & personal injury, stay yourself away from exhaust system.
•  Follow speed limits & traffic regulations as defined by local jurisdiction while doing forced regeneration.
5.4 Alerts in Cluster
5.4.1 DPF Alert
DPF Alert message will appear when the DPF is clogged. Contact Authorised Mahindra Dealer immediately for assistance.
High
Low
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5.4.2 DEF Alert
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DEF Tell Tale will get illuminated and relevant messages will be flashed on Cluster screen due to any of the following reasons:
•  DEF level low
•  Incorrect DEF detected
•  DEF dosing malfunction
It is unlawful to tamper with or remove any component of the after treatment system. It is strongly recommended not to use DEF which is not meeting above specification. Further, this may lead to emission non-compliance and warranty will be void.
5.4.3 DEF Level Indication
When DEF level in tank fall below pre-defined values, warnings are flashed in four stages. These four warning stages are explained below:
High Variant
Low Variant
High Variant
Low Variant
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Irrespective of the warning stages, once DEF level is low, 5.0 liter of DEF needs to be filled. If the warnings continue even after refill, contact nearest authorized Mahindra dealer immediately.
In absence of DEF level low warning, refilling is not recommended.
Total DEF quantity inside the DEF Tank should never be more than 20 liter. Overfilling may result in system/component failure. Only authorized Mahindra dealer will be able to correctly determine quantity of DEF present inside tank. Hence if you are refilling the DEF yourself, fill only 5.0 liter, in case DEF Low level warning is flashed.
If the DEF warning lamp turns on due to the DEF level, refill the DEF tank. Failure to refill may cause the engine start restriction.
5.4.4 DEF Quality
If SCR system detects quality of DEF inside the tank is not meeting IS 17042 (or) ISO 22241 specification, warnings will flashed in four stages. These four warning stages are explained below:
High Variant
Low Variant
High Variant
Low Variant
   
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If the DEF warning lamp turns on due to the DEF quality, see contamination/incorrect fluid for corrective action. Failure to correct may cause the engine start restriction.
5.4.5 DEF Dosing Malfunction
If SCR system detects any malfunction due to failures in components or tampering, warnings are flashed in four stages. These four stages are explained below:
High Variant
Low Variant
High Variant
Low Variant
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If the DEF warning lamp turns on due to dosing malfunction, see your authorised Mahindra dealer to have this repaired. Failure to repair the system may cause the engine start restriction.
5.5 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale
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Do's & Don’ts
Selective Catalytic Reduction(SCR)
•  Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) complying to IS 17042 (or) ISO 22241 specification can be used.
•  Never attempt to use agricultural grade urea mixed with water. Agricultural grade urea does not meet the necessary specifications and the after treatment system of your vehicle may be damaged.
•  Do not add urea to DEF and do not dilute with water. This may cause after treatment system damage.
•  Total DEF quantity inside the DEF Tank should never be more than 20 liters. Overfilling may result in system/component failure.
•  While refilling DEF inside tank, be careful not to allow any foreign particles, liquids, wiping paper/clothing fibers or lint to get inside the system. These may clog or damage the system.
•  DEF is not a fuel additive and must not be added to the diesel fuel tank. If DEF is mixed with the diesel fuel, engine/fuel system could get damaged
•  If DEF is spilled over vehicle components and metal surfaces, rinse with water or wipe off with sponge and water. DEF residues will corrode the components and metal surfaces, painted body panels
•  Do not refill the DEF with Engine ON or ignition ON state
•  Ensure proper filling access for DEF filling during vehicle body building
•  When opening the DEF filler cap, ammonia vapors may escape. Refill DEF in a well ventilated area only.
•  Ensure that DEF does not come into contact with skin, eyes, or clothing
Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF)
During the regeneration process, take care the vehicle is not near any flammable materials as you may observe hot emission gases from exhaust pipe.
In order to avoid burns & personal injury, keep yourself away from exhaust system.
Follow speed limits & traffic regulations as Defined by local jurisdiction while doing forced regeneration
5.6 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale -Assames
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5.7 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale -Bengali
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5.8 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Gujarathi
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5.9 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Hindi
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5.10 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Kannada
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5.11 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Malayalam
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5.12 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Marathi
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5.13 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Oriya
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5.14 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Tamil
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5.15 Instrument Cluster Tell-Tale-Telugu
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6 SEATS AND SEAT BELTS
6.1 Front Seats
6.1.1 Sitting in Correct Position
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Follow the tips below for a comfortable and safe journey:
•  Sit in an upright position with the base of your spine pressed against the seat back
•  The driver and front passenger seat head restraint has 5 positions. Adjust it as close as possible to the above specified position, with the top of the head restraint even with the top of your head
•  Maintain sufficient distance between yourself and the steering wheel. Maintain at least a ten inch (10") distance from the centre of the steering wheel to your chest
•  The top curve of the steering wheel should align with your chin for ideal road visibility
•  Adjust your seat and seat back angle such that your wrists rest on the steering wheel
•  Ensure your legs are in bent position while fully depressing the clutch pedal
The seat should be adjusted while still maintaining control of the foot pedals (able to fully depress the clutch pedal), steering wheel (rest the wrists on the steering wheel) and your view of the instrument panel controls.
Never adjust the driver's seat while the vehicle is in motion. The seat may unexpectedly move and cause the driver to unintentionally operate the accelerator or brake, or turn the steering wheel, causing loss of control of the vehicle, an accident or serious personal injury. Adjust the driver's seat only when the vehicle is not in motion.
Never put objects under the seats. They may interfere with the seat-lock mechanism or unexpectedly activate the seat position adjusting lever, causing the seat to suddenly move, resulting in loss of control of the vehicle, an accident or serious personal injury.
While adjusting the seat, do not put your hands under the seat or near the moving parts. This may lead to injuries.
6.1.2 Front Seat Slide
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Move the seat forward or backward by lifting the adjustment lever located under the seat front and release once the desired position is reached.
While adjusting the seat, make sure the latch engages fully and the seat is locked firmly in the desired position. An unlocked seat may move in a sudden stop or collision, causing injury to the person in that seat. Push and pull on the seat to be sure it is locked.
6.1.3 Front Seat Recline
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To adjust the seat back, lift the lever located on the outboard side of the seat, lean back, and release the lever at the desired position. To return the seat back, lift the lever, lean forward, and release the lever.
The seat belts provide maximum protection in a frontal or rear collision when the occupants are sitting up straight and well back in the seats. If you are reclined, the lap belt may slide past your hips and apply restraint forces directly to the abdomen, or the shoulder strap may contact your neck. The more the seat is reclined, the greater the risk of serious injury.
When returning the rear-reclined seat back to its upright position, make sure you support the seat back while operating the lever.
6.1.4 Front Seat Lumbar Adjustment (if equipped)
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Both the front seat backs have lumbar adjustment feature. The lumbar contour of the lumbar support can be adjusted by means of the adjusting wheel on the inner side of the seat back.
Properly adjusted lumbar support provides adequate back support essential during long journeys.
Do not use force, rotate the lumbar adjustment lever beyond the extreme stop positions in either direction.
6.1.5 Front Seat Height Adjustment (if equipped)
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The driver seat height can be raised or lowered as per comfort.
To RAISE the seat height, lift the seat height adjust handle upwards repeatedly, release the lever once the desired seat height is reached.
To LOWER the seat height, push down the seat height adjust handle repeatedly. Release the lever once the desired seat height is reached.
Do not adjust the height of seat while vehicle is in motion.
6.2 Head Restraint
The head restraint comprises the padded portion which contacts your head and is inserted/locked in receptacles on the top of the seat back.
Your vehicle seats are equipped with head restraints which are vertically adjustable. The purpose of these head restraints is to help limit head motion in the event of rear collision.
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Always align top of the head restraint with the top of your head or as close to it as possible. To raise the head restraint, press the lock knob and pull the restraint up. To lower the head restraint, press the lock knob and push the head restraint down.
The head restraint can be pulled out completely by depressing the locking button while pulling the restraint out.
Align the head restraint shafts over the holes on the seat top and push the restraint straight down till you hear the lock click.
Keep the seat back as upright as possible, so the headrest is behind, not beneath, and almost touching your head.
Never drive with the head restraints not properly adjusted, head restraints removed or inserted in a flipped condition. With no support behind your head, your neck could be seriously injured in a collision.
Head restraints are provided for Front row, Second row and Third row outboard occupants.
6.3 Second Row Captain Seats (if equipped)
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Loading luggage on the seats is dangerous. The luggage can become a projectile that could hit and injure passengers in a sudden stop or collision. Luggage should always be kept on the floor.
To avoid serious injury, do not sit on or place objects on a folded seat back while the vehicle is moving.
6.3.1 Second Row Seat Recline
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To change the second row seat back angle, lift the lever located on the outboard side of the seat, lean back, and release the lever at the desired position. To return the seat back, lift the lever, lean forward and release the lever. Make sure the recline lever returns to its original position and the seat back is locked in place by rocking the seat back forward/backward.
When returning the rear-reclined seat back to its upright position, make sure you support seat back while operating the lever.
6.3.2 Second Row Seat Folding (Third Row Seat Access)
The second row seat on left hand side can be flipped forward to provide way to access to the third row.
•  Lower the second row seat head restraint to the lowest position (else it will obstruct and hit the floor while folding)
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•  Lift the lever located on the outward side of the seat to fold and flip the seat
•  As the seat leans forward halfway through, foldable seat lock gets unlocked to enable it to flip / fold
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•  For Ingress, lift the lever by holding it at the bottom
•  For Egress, pull the lever by holding at the top of the lever
•  Push seat back to rear side of vehicle for locking
•  Pull seat back for upright position till it locks in desired position
•  Push seat cushion downward by sitting on it (>45 kg) for locking seat cushion
Return the seat back to its upright position in one continuous motion to securely lock the seat and in turn avoiding seat flipping forward suddenly leading to injuries.
If this happens, release the seat lock by pulling the lever and repeat the procedure.
Be cautious when placing your hands around the seat anchors. You could pinch your hands or fingers between the seat anchor and the seat. Hold the edge of the seat when lowering it into place. Never place your hands between the seat anchor and the seat.
6.4 Second Row Bench Seat (if equipped)
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Second row bench seat is of 60:40 split configuration. The required seat back rest alone can be adjusted as per convenience.
6.4.1 Second Row Seat Recline
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To change the second row seat back angle, lift the lever located on the outboard side of the seat, lean back, and release the lever at the desired position. To return the seat back, lift the lever, lean forward and release the lever. Make sure the recline lever returns to its original position and the seat back is locked in place by rocking the seat back forward/backward.
When returning the rear-reclined seat back to its upright position, make sure you support seat back while operating the lever.
6.4.2 Second Row Seat Folding (Third Row Seat Access)
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The second row seat on left hand side can be flipped forward to provide way to access to the third row.
•  Lower the second row seat head restraint to the lowest position (else it will obstruct and hit the floor while folding)
•  Turn the lever towards counter clockwise as shown in image to fold and flip the seat
•  As the seat leans forward halfway through, foldable seat lock gets unlocked to enable it to flip / fold
•  Push seat back to rear side of vehicle for locking
•  Pull seat back cushion for upright position till it locks in desired position
•  Push seat bottom cushion downward by sitting on it (>45 kg) for proper locking seat cushion
Return the seat back to its upright position in one continuous motion to securely lock the seat and in turn avoiding seat flipping forward suddenly leading to injuries.
If this happens, release the seat lock by turn the lever and repeat the procedure.
Be cautious when placing your hands around the seat anchors. You could pinch your hands or fingers between the seat anchor and the seat. Hold the edge of the seat when lowering it into place. Never place your hands between the seat anchor and the seat.
6.5 Third Row Seats
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Access to or exit from third row seat and luggage area is possible by completely folding the second row left hand side seat. Second row features captain seats (Individual seat configuration). Though both seats can be folded, only left hand side seat alone can be folded and flipped to gain access to third row seat.
6.5.1 Third Row Seat Folding
The third row seats can be folded flat to maximise the luggage space.
To fold the third row seat, unlock the seat back by pulling the lever on the rear of the seat back outwards.
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Similarly, lower the other half of third row seat to get a completely flat surface.
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6.6  Seat Belts
6.6.1 General Warnings and Instructions
At least once each month, inspect the seat belt webbing for any cuts, tears, or other signs of wear (such as fraying along the edges). Also inspect the anchors, retractors, and buckles to be sure they are tight and operational.
•  All occupants, including the driver, should always wear their seat belt no matter how short the trip in order to minimise the risk of severe injury in the event of a crash. In an accident, an un-belted passenger becomes a projectile, and can cause serious injury to himself or another passenger
•  In a rollover crash, an un-belted person is significantly more likely prone to injury than a person wearing a seat belt
•  In order to be properly buckled, you must always sit up straight and keep your feet on the floor in front of you. The lap part must be worn low and tight across your hips, just touching the top of your thighs. While fastening the seat belt, the shoulder strap of the seat belt must pass over your chest and top of your shoulder. It must never touch your neck, face, the side of your shoulder, arm, or pass under your arm. The belt must always be flat against your body and not twisted in any way. Nothing, such as an armrest, a pocketbook, or any external objects should be between you and the seat belt. Improper wearing of a seat belt will reduce the protection in an accident
•  Seat belts should be adjusted as tightly as possible, consistent with comfort to properly secure the wearer in the seat
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•  The seat belts provided for your vehicle are designed for people of adult size, must be properly used and maintained
•  For usage of adult seat belt to secure children, refer to section on manual for child seat positions and use a child restraint system
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•  Passengers should not move out of or change seats while the vehicle is moving. A passenger who is not wearing a seat belt can be thrown against the inside of the vehicle, against other occupants, or out of the vehicle during a crash or emergency stop
•  Do not use any accessories on seat belts or modify in any way the seat belt system. Devices claiming to improve occupant comfort or reposition the seat belt can reduce the protection provided by the seat belt and increase the chance of serious injury in a crash
•  An accident or emergency stop, can damage your seat belt system, even if the accident is “minor”. Please have your Authorised Mahindra Dealer inspect the seat belt system after an accident
•  Please be aware that any unsecured item in your vehicle, such as your pet, unsecured child restraint system, a laptop or mobile phones, can become a projectile in the event of an accident or sudden stop, causing injuries to occupants in the vehicle
Never use a damaged seat belt system. A damaged seat belt will not provide protection in an accident, resulting in serious injury.
•  Seat belt systems can be prone to abuse. They are not indestructible. They must be handled with care to avoid damage
•  Keep the belts clean and dry. Belt retraction may become difficult if the belts and webbing are soiled. If they need cleaning, use a mild soap solution or lukewarm water. Never use bleach, dye, or abrasive cleaners. These chemicals will severely weaken the belts
•  Retractors in 3-point type seat belts retract the seat belts when not in use. The inertia lock and coil spring allow the belts to remain comfortable on users during normal driving. During accidents or abrupt stops, inertia locks restrict the sudden forward movement of the wearer
Seat Belts - Patients
Persons with serious medical conditions should also wear a seat belt. Consult your doctor for specific recommendations before travel.
Seat Belts - Pregnant Women
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Pregnant women must also wear seat belts. Consult your doctor for specific recommendations.
The lap belt should be worn snugly and as low as possible over the hips. The shoulder belt should be worn across your shoulder, but never across the stomach area. When worn properly, the seat belt will protect both the mother and the foetus in an accident or emergency stop.
A pregnant woman should never wear the seat belt across the stomach area. This could lead to serious injuries to the foetus and/or the pregnant mother.
Never wear twisted seat belts. Excessive forces will be transferred from the belt to the wearer, in a collision, resulting in serious personal injury.
Each seat belt is meant for use by one person only. Using one seat belt for more than one person at a time is dangerous. The seat belt will not be able to spread the impact forces properly leading to serious injuries.
Never put a belt around a child being carried on the occupant's lap. This could lead to serious injuries.
Seat Belt Usage is necessary to:
•  Reduce the possibility of being thrown from your vehicle
•  Reduce the possibility of injuries to upper body, lower body and legs during an accident
•  Hold the driver in a position which allows better control of the vehicle
Children who are too large for child restraint systems should always occupy the rear seat and use the vehicle seat belts. The lap portion should be fastened snug on the hips and as low as possible and the shoulder strap should be across the child's shoulder, not the neck or face. If you are unable to position the strap across the child's shoulder, the child should remain in a booster seat. Frequently check the seat belt to be sure it remains snug and in position. A squirming child could cause the seat belt to come out of position.
6.6.2 Fastening the Seat Belt (3-Point type)
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Adjust the seat as needed, sit up straight and well back in the seat. To fasten your seat belt, pull the webbing out of the retractor and insert the metal tab into the buckle. An audible “click” would be heard when the tab locks into the buckle. Pull up on the shoulder strap to tighten the lap belt across your hips. The seat belt retractor will pull in any slack in the shoulder strap. A slow and easy motion will allow the belt to extend and let you move your body around freely.
Periodically check the seat belt as you ride to be sure it remains snug and in position. If there is a sudden stop or impact, the belt will lock into position. It will also lock (restrict) if you try to lean forward too quickly.
If the driver or co-driver seat belt is not fastened when the ignition is switched ON, the seat belt warning lamp illuminates and chimes beat will turn till seat belt fastened. Refer “Warning Lamps” in the “Features and Control” chapter for further details.
6.6.3 Unfastening the Seat Belt (Both 3-Point & 2-Point)
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To release the belt, press the buckle release button and allow the belt to retract. If the belt does not retract smoothly, pull it out and check for kinks or twists. Then make sure it remains untwisted as it retracts.
Never insert coins, clips, etc. in the buckle as this may prevent you from properly latching the tab and may cause damage to the buckle mechanism, thereby making the seat belt ineffective in an accident, resulting in serious personal injury.
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6.6.4 Seat Belt Warning Lamp
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If the seat belts are unbuckled and engine speed is more than 850 rpm for 60 seconds, The seat belt warning lamp illuminates and the buzzer chimes for next 100 seconds reminding the driver and front passenger to fasten the seat belt. However the warning lamp will continue to illuminate till the seat belt fastens properly.
The co driver telltale lamp is on centre console.
6.7 Seating Positions for Child Restraint System (CRS)
Use a child restraint system only if the child is not big enough to properly wear the seat belts. Else, use the regular seat belt instead of the child restraint system. Make child to seat in the rear seat and use the child anchor or seat belt. According to accident statistics, children are safer when properly restrained in the rear seat than in the front seat. Always secure a child in a proper child restraint system in accordance with age and size of the child as recommended by the child restraint system manufacturer
Do not allow children to stand up or kneel on either the rear or the front seats. An unrestrained child could suffer serious injuries during emergency braking or collision.
It is also not recommended that children travel sitting on your lap as it does not provide sufficient restraint.
Mass Group
Child Seating Position Table
Front Passenger
Rear Passenger
PAB ON
PAB OFF
Rear LH Outboard
Rear RH outboard
Group 0 up to 10 kg
Ø
Rear-facing child restraint system using belt
Rear-facing child restraint system using ISOFIX
Group 0+ up to 13 kg
Ø
Group II 9 up to 18 kg
Ø
Group II 15 up to 25 kg
Ø
Forward-facing child restraint system using belt
 
Group III 22 up to 36 kg
Ø
 
PAB - Passenger Airbag
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6.8 Child Restraint System (CRS) using ISOFIX (if equipped)
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IU — Suitable position for using universal rearward facing child restraint system using “ISOFIX and Top tether”. 
IUF— Suitable position for using universal forward facing child restraint system using “ISOFIX and Top tether” 
Ø — Not Suitable position for using child restraint system using “ISOFIX and Top tether” 
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Child Seating Position Table
Front Passenger
Rear Passenger
PAB ON PAB OFF Rear LH Outboard Rear Centre Rear RH outboard
Group 0 up to 10 kg
Ø
U
IL / IUF
Ø
IL / IUF
Group 0+ up to 13 kg
Ø
U
IL / IUF
Ø
IL / IUF
Group II 9 up to 18 kg
Ø
U
IL / IUF
Ø
IL / IUF
Group II 15 up to 25 kg
Ø
UF
_
_
_
Group III 22 up to 36 kg
Ø
UF
_
_
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PAB - Passenger Airbag
Location of ISOFIX & Top tether
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•  Always perform the installation and removal of the child seat using the  “ISOFIX  and Top Tether” system as stated in the instructions from the manufacturer of the child seat
•  If child seat interfere with front seat, please adjust the front seat position and seat back to clear the interference
6.8.1 Passenger Occupant Detection System (PODS)
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PODS system is to detect the presence of occupant in the seat.
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If occupant is present and not wearing seat belt, seat belt reminder warning lamp will come ON till the seat belt is buckled.
Seat belt buzzer audible warning will come ON 35 sec once, if any of the driver/co-driver seat belt is in unbuckled condition & any of the below condition are met.
•  Vehicle speed above 24 kmph
•  Vehicle speed above 10 kmph for 10 sec.
•  Time elapsed is more than 30 sec after drive enable press
7 SUPPLEMENTAL RESTRAINT SYSTEM (SRS)
The Supplemental Restraint System (SRS) includes airbags, pre-tensioners and ECU. The airbags are designed to provide further protection to the vehicle occupants in addition to the primary protection provided by the seat belts and seat belt pre-tensioners.
The primary components of the system are the sensors which measure the crash severity. In the event of a significant frontal impact, the SRS airbags inflate to work in conjunction with the seat belts and help reduce injuries mainly to the driver's and front passenger's head/chest.
Seat belts are the primary restraint system in the vehicle. An airbag provides supplemental protection in addition to the seat belts.
All occupants, including the driver, should always wear their seat belts to minimise the risk of severe injury in the event of a crash.
Airbags are more effective in reducing injuries when the seat belts are worn.
7.1 Airbags
Your vehicle is equipped with the following airbags:
•  A frontal airbag for the driver in Steering wheel hub
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•  A frontal airbag for the front passenger in the passenger side instrument panel
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They are indicated by “AIRBAG” embossed on the covers.
An airbag is not designed to deploy in every type of crash. Depending on the type of accident or impact, the front airbags independently deploy thereby protecting the occupants. It is not necessary that ALL the airbags deploy during an accident.
To minimise the risk of severe injury in the event of a crash, every passenger must always wear their seat belt (see the chapter on Seat Belts in this manual). The airbags inflate very quickly with great force. Do not position any part of your body too close to airbag, you or especially children could be seriously injured/killed by a deploying airbag.
7.2 Driver and Front Passenger Airbag
Your vehicle is equipped with a Supplemental Restraint System (Airbag) and lap/shoulder belts at both the driver and front passenger seating positions. The indications of the system's presence are the letters “AIRBAG” embossed on the airbag pad cover in the steering wheel and the passenger's side front panel pad above the glove box.
The SRS is designed to deploy the front airbag only when an impact is sufficiently severe and when the impact angle is less than ± 30° from the forward longitudinal axis of the vehicle.
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Front airbag are not intended to deploy in side-impact, rear impact or rollover crashes. In addition, front airbag will not deploy in frontal crashes which are below the prescribed deployment threshold where risk of serious injuries is low.
Do not place any objects over the airbag or between the airbag and yourself.
7.3 Passenger Airbag Switch
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A
ON/Activated
B
OFF/Deactivated
Passenger airbag (PAB) can be switched OFF/deactivated manually by ignition key when there is no passenger in co-driver seat or if any child sitting on co-driver seat.
PAB ON/OFF switch is located on the left side surface of the instrument panel.
•  Customer should deactivate when there is no passenger in
co-driver seat or if any child sitting on co-driver seat
•  When switch is in OFF condition tell-tale will be ON on IP switch bank and message will come in cluster only high and high plus variants
•  Once the PAB is made off, If customer wants to activate again then PAB deactivation switch to made ON manually by using key
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A
Co-Driver Seat Belt Reminder
B
PAB Deactivation Indicator
•  To operate the switch vehicle key should be used
7.4 Airbag System Malfunction Lamp
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Airbags do not require any regular maintenance of service. The airbag system malfunction lamp illuminates when the ignition is ON, and it turns OFF after about 3 seconds. as self check confirming normal operations of airbag system and malfunction lamp.
This lamp monitors airbag sensor assembly, airbag sensors, indicator lamp, seat belt pre-tensioner assemblies, inflators, interconnecting wiring and power sources.
If either of the following conditions occur, there is a malfunction of the airbags or seat belt pre-tensioner. Immediately contact your Authorised Mahindra Dealer.
•  The lamp does not glow when the ignition is switched ON or glows beyond six (6) secs. after switching the ignition ON
•  The lamp comes ON at any other time, even briefly
•  The lamp comes ON intermittently
Never make any modifications to your vehicle which could affect the performance of your airbag system. In particular, changes to the vehicle frame, bumpers, bull bar, front fenders, ride height, suspension, seat belts, interior trim, seats or steering wheel (especially covers, pads or other trim), could prevent proper deployment of the airbag. If you need to make any modifications to accommodate any disability you may have, please contact your Authorised Mahindra Dealer.
Never try to open or strike the airbag cover. If the airbag cover is cracked or damaged in any way, the airbag may not function as intended. Take the vehicle to an Authorised Mahindra Dealer.
Even if the airbags do not deploy during an accident, take your vehicle to an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for a thorough inspection of the airbag and seat belt systems, no matter how minor the accident. The airbag system could have been damaged, and may not work as intended in the future, resulting in serious injury.
7.5 Airbag Inflation/Deployment
The airbag sensors constantly monitor the forward deceleration of the vehicle. If an impact results in a forward deceleration beyond the designed threshold level, the system triggers the airbag inflators. This initiates a chemical reaction which quickly fills the airbags with non-toxic gas.
Upon deployment, tear seams moulded directly into the pad covers separate under pressure from the expansion of the airbags. Further opening of the covers allows full inflation of the airbags. A fully inflated airbag, in combination with a properly worn seat belt, slows the driver's or the passenger's forward motion, reducing the risk of head and chest injury.
After complete inflation, the airbag immediately starts deflating, enabling the driver to maintain forward visibility and the ability to manoeuvre or operate other controls.
Deployment of the airbags happen in a fraction of a second, producing a loud noise releasing a ‘white smoke’ and residue along with a non-toxic gas. This does not indicate a fire. This smoke may remain inside the vehicle for some time, and may cause some minor irritation to the eyes, skin or breathing. Be sure to wash off any residue with soap and water as soon as possible to prevent any potential skin irritation. If you can safely exit the vehicle, you should do so immediately.
Airbag deployment may cause windshield to break.
•  Do not modify, remove, strike or open the seat belt pre-tensioner assemblies, airbag sensor or surrounding area or wiring. Failure to follow these instructions may prevent them from activating correctly, cause sudden operation of the system or disable the system, which could result in serious injury
•  Parts of the airbag module (steering wheel hub, airbag cover and inflator) may be hot for several minutes after deployment. The airbags inflate only once
•  Do not cover the steering wheel, instrument panel with any object (e.g. dash panel covers) which may prevent the airbags from inflating properly
•  The airbags inflate with considerable force. While the system is designed to reduce serious injuries, primarily to the head and chest, it may also cause other, less severe injuries to the face, chest, arms and hands. These are usually in the nature of minor burns or abrasions and swelling, but the force of a deploying airbag can also cause more serious injuries, especially if an occupant's hands, arms, chest or head is in close proximity to the airbag module at the time of deployment. Sit straight and well back into the seat. Move your seat as far back as practical to allow room for airbag inflation, while still allowing you to properly operate/drive the vehicle
The front passenger should never sit on the edge of the seat, stand near the glove compartment, rest feet or other parts of the body on the dashboard when the vehicle is moving.
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The driver or front passenger who is too close to the steering wheel or dashboard can be seriously injured during airbag deployment.
•  The driver must sit as far back as possible from the steering wheel while still maintaining control of the vehicle
•  The front passenger must sit as far back as possible from the dashboard
•  Sitting improperly or out of position can cause occupants to be shifted too close to a deploying airbag, strike the interior structure or be thrown from the vehicle resulting in serious injury
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•  Always sit upright with the seat back in an upright position, on the seat cushion centre with your seat belt on, legs comfortably extended and your feet on the floor
•  All vehicle occupants must be properly restrained using the seat belts
•  All infants and children must be placed in the rear seat of the vehicle in a child restraint seat and be properly restrained by seat belts
•  Front airbags can injure occupants improperly positioned in the front seats
•  Even with airbags, improperly belted and un-belted occupants can be severely injured when the airbag inflates. Always follow the precautions about seat belts, airbags and occupant safety contained in this manual
•  Do not modify the front seats. Modification of the front seats could interfere with the operation of the supplemental restraint system or side impact airbags
•  Do not place items under the front seats. Placing items under the front seats could interfere with the operation of the supplemental restraint system sensing components and wiring harnesses
7.6 Child Restraint and Airbag
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Never place a rear-facing child restraint in the front passenger’s seat. If the airbag deploys, injuries to the child may be fatal.
In addition, do not place front-facing child restraints in the front passenger’s seat either. If the front passenger airbag inflates, it could cause serious or fatal injuries to the child.
Extreme Hazard! Do not use a rear-facing child restraint on a seat protected by an airbag in front of it!
Never put a child restraint in the front passenger’s seat. If the front passenger airbag inflates, it can cause serious or fatal injuries.
Never hold an infant or child on your lap. The infant or child could be seriously injured in the event of a crash. All infants and children should be properly restrained in appropriate child safety seats or seat belts in the rear seat.
Instal the child restraint system on the rear outboard seats, and securely lock the child restraint system in position with the help of ISOFIX.
Always Buckle Children (ABC) in the back seat. It is the safest place for children of any age to ride.
7.7 Airbag Deployment
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The images shown in this section are for illustrative purpose only. They may not look like your model/variant or vehicle.
Front Airbag
Front airbag are designed to inflate in a frontal collision depending on the intensity, speed or angles of impact of the front collision.
Airbag Non-deployment
Impacts below a pre-determined threshold level may not cause the airbag to deploy in the following cases:
•  Collision with Utility Poles or Trees -
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Airbags may not inflate if the vehicle collides with objects such as utility poles or trees, where the point of impact is concentrated to one area and the full force of the impact is not delivered to the sensors.
•  Under-ride Situations -
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Running under a truck's may not provide the decelerations necessary for airbag deployment. Airbags will not inflate in this “under-ride” situation where deceleration forces that are detected by sensors are significantly low.
Rear-end Collisions -
Frontal airbags are not designed to inflate in rear collisions, where occupants are moved backward away from the airbags by the force of the impact. In this case, inflated airbags would not be able to provide any additional benefit.
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•  Frontal Impact -
Frontal impact beyond 30º range from head-on to the vehicle.
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•  Potholes or Stepped Surfaces -
Driving into a big pothole, stepped surface or hitting the far side of a hole/incline will not inflate the airbag.
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•  Rollover -
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Airbags will not inflate in rollover accidents where airbag deployment would not provide protection to the occupants.
Frontal Side Swipe Impact -
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Frontal offset impact to the vehicle may not provide the deceleration force necessary for airbag deployment. In an angled collision, the force of impact may direct the occupants in a direction where the airbags would not be able to provide any additional benefit, and thus the sensors may not deploy any airbags.
7.8 Airbag Replacement
Self-servicing or tampering with the airbag system is dangerous. An airbag could accidentally deploy causing serious injuries, or will not deploy when there is a need. Always take your vehicle to an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for inspection and repairs.
7.9 Self Removing SRS Related Parts
Self removing the instrument panel, steering wheel, seat belts or airbag related parts or sensors is not recommended. Airbags could accidentally activate and cause serious injuries, or they may not deploy when there is a need. Visit an Authorised Mahindra Dealer if these parts must be removed.
7.10 Airbag Disposal
Improper disposal of an airbag or a vehicle with live airbags can be extremely dangerous. Approach an Authorised Mahindra Dealer to do these jobs.
7.11 Airbag Repair
If the front airbag cover or IP airbag cover shows signs of damage or having been removed, the vehicle should be towed to the nearest Authorised Mahindra Dealer for repair. Do not attempt to self repair or reinstal the cover.
7.12 Airbag Maintenance
For cleaning the airbag covers/areas, use only a soft dry cloth or one which has been moistened with plain water. Solvents or cleaners could adversely affect the airbag covers and proper deployment of the system.
8 LOCKS AND KEYS
Your MARAZZO vehicle comes with Remote Flip key. The keys operate all locks in your vehicle including those of the doors and ignition with steering lock. We advise you to keep one of these keys in a safe place for emergency use, but not in the vehicle. Should you lose your keys or if you need replacement keys, they can be ordered through an Authorised Mahindra Dealer.
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RKE
Remote Keyless Entry
Key Number Tag:
Your key number is shown on the Aluminium tag attached to the key. It is recommended that you record the key number and store in a safe place.
There is a limitation (max 2 keys at a time) to the number of keys that can be programmed. The minimum timeframe required to supply the duplicate keys is 20 days after all the formalities are completed. Please contact the Authorised Mahindra Dealer to understand the formalities involved.
Never leave the key in the ignition switch with children in the vehicle. A child could switch on the ignition, start the engine, operate power windows and other controls, or move the vehicle, resulting in personal injuries to the bystanders and/or children seated inside.
8.1 Doors
8.1.1 To Open a Door from Inside
Pull the door lever away from the door and push the door outward to open.
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A : Lock
B : Unlock
8.1.2 To Open a Door from Outside
Pull the door handle firmly outwards to unlock and swing the door open.
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8.1.3 Locking / Unlocking Individual Doors from Inside
Individual doors can be locked/unlocked from inside by the respective door lock tabs.
Lift the lock tab outwards to unlock or press the tab inwards to lock that particular door.
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A : Lock
B : Unlock
Locking the driver door from inside activates the central locking system, thereby locking ALL the doors of the vehicle. Refer to Central Locking section for further details.
8.1.4 Manual Locking / Unlocking Doors from Outside
The driver/co-driver door can be manually locked/unlocked from outside by using conventional key. The key is bi-directional; you can insert it into the keyhole either way. Turn the key anti-clockwise to lock or clockwise to unlock the door.
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A : Lock
B : Unlock
A keyhole is provided in the driver door to lock/unlock the doors manually from outside.
Locking the driver door from outside activates the central locking system, thereby locking ALL the doors of the vehicle. Refer to Central Locking section for further details.
8.1.5 Locking / Unlocking the Back Door
Press the back door open button on the Remote to unlock the back door. The hazard lamps flash three times indicating the same.
Then press the switch on the bottom of the back door as shown in the illustration and pull back door to open.
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To close the back door, lower the back door half way down and allow it to fall on its own weight. The door will be locked automatically.
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8.2 Central Locking System
All doors of the vehicle including fuel lid can be simultaneously locked or unlocked from the driver door.
8.2.1 Central Locking / Unlocking All Doors from Outside
To manually lock/unlock all the doors from outside using the conventional key, turn the key anti-clockwise /clockwise respectively in the driver door keyhole.
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A : Lock
B : Unlock
If any doors are open when central locking is activated, the system locks the open doors when they are closed.
Central locking ALL the doors in the vehicle can also be done using the Remote key. Refer the relevant sections in this chapter for more details.
8.2.2 Central Locking / Unlocking All Doors from Inside
Press the driver door lock tab down (A) to lock or lift the lock tab up (B) to unlock all doors simultaneously.
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A : Lock
B : Unlock
8.2.3 Child Safety Rear Door Lock
Your vehicle is equipped with left and right side child safety rear door locks. When the lock mechanism is engaged, the rear door(s) cannot be opened from the inside. The door(s) can only be opened from the outside.
To activate the child safety right rear door lock, push the lever down (A) till you hear a distinct click indicating the activation of the child lock.
To de-activate the child safety right rear door lock, pull the lever up (B) till you hear a distinct click indicating the deactivation of the child lock.
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A : Activate/Lock
B : De-activate/Unlock
If the rear doors are not operable from inside, ensure that the child safety locks have been disabled.
Mahindra strongly recommends that the child safety rear door locks be used whenever there are children travelling in the rear seat.
8.3 Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) System (Flip Key With Remote)
The front side of the Remote has three control buttons: Unlock, Lock and Trunk button. There is also a mechanical key release button (E).
The Remote Keyless Entry (RKE) system operates on Radio Frequency (RF). You can insert the key into the ignition with either side up.
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A : LED
B : Lock / Search (Long press >1 sec)
C : Trunk button
D : Unlock
E : Mechanical key release button
Press the mechanical key release button to open the key blade.
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8.3.1 Precautions While Handling Remote key
•  Do not cover the key grip with any material that cuts off RF waves
•  Do not leave the key exposed to high temperatures for a long period, such as on the dashboard or hood under direct sunlight
•  Do not put the key in any liquid or wash it in an ultrasonic washer
8.3.2 Remote key Status LED
LED present on Remote would be indicating the user about the Remote lock/unlock/trunk button input and also health of Remote battery.
8.3.3 To Lock and Arm the Vehicle with Remote
Press the lock button on the Remote for locking and arming the vehicle.
When the vehicle is successfully locked and armed using the Remote, the hazard lamps flash once.
If there are any doors open, the hazard lamps flash five times along with audible beeps indicating the same.
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The audible beeps heard during the door open status can be muted/unmuted by pressing the lock and trunk button on the Remote together for more than 1 sec.
•  If any of the doors, except the driver door, are open while locking the vehicle with Remote , the vehicle locks all doors (door locks) irrespective of the open door/doors. When the open door(s)
is/are closed later, the vehicle is locked and armed
•  If the driver door is open while locking the vehicle with Remote, the vehicle is not locked or armed. Close the driver door and lock the vehicle again with Remote to arm the Theft detent system
8.3.4 Unlock and Disarm the Vehicle with Remote
Press the unlock button on the Remote to unlock and disarm the vehicle. When the vehicle is unlocked and disarmed using Remote , Hazard lamps or Front and Rear Park lamps flash twice based on the variant.
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8.3.5 Theft Alarm
If there was an unauthorised attempt to open/start the vehicle by someone from the time you had locked and armed the vehicle to the time you press the unlock button of Remote, the hazard lamps flash four times along with an alarm indicating the attempt.
If this occurs, press the “UNLOCK” button on the Remote to disarm the security alarm.
Using the ignition key to open the door, when the vehicle was locked and armed with Remote will be treated as unauthorised by the system setting off the alarm.
When vehicle is armed by Remote , opening the door from inside by operating the door inner handle will activate the vehicle theft alarm. Press the unlock button on the Remote to cancel the alarm.
8.3.6 Back Door Open
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Press the back door open button on the Remote to unlock the back door. The hazard lamps flash three times indicating the same.
After pressing the button, open the trunk door by pressing the Trunk release switch on trunk door before Auto Re-locking
8.3.7 Search Function
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The search function can be used to locate the vehicle in a parking lot. Press the Lock button on the Remote for more than 1 sec. continuously to activate the search function.
When the Search function is ON, the hazard lamps flash for approx. 30 secs. helping you to locate your vehicle. To extend the search, press the search button again which will flash the hazard lamps for another 30 secs. Again press the Lock button on the Remote for more than 1 sec. continuously to de-activate the search function.
The head lamps also turn ON when UNLOCK button is pressed twice (enabling the Lead Me to Vehicle (LMV) feature). For the first UNLOCK command, the doors are unlocked, and for the next UNLOCK command, the head lamps turn ON enabling you to safely board/locate the vehicle in the night.
Search function works both during Locked/Unlocked conditions of the vehicle.
8.3.8 Mute/Unmute the Alarm/Beeps
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The alarm or beeps heard when one of the doors are open can be muted/unmuted. Press the lock and Trunk buttons together for more than 3 secs. to swap between mute and unmute. Hazard lamps will flash once to indicate the change in status.
The beeps heard during the door open situation can be muted/unmuted. There are NO BEEPS during normal locking/unlocking of doors.
8.3.9 Panic Alarm Function
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The panic alarm function can be used during emergencies to draw the attention of onlookers/bystanders. Press the lock button on the Remote for more than 1 sec. continuously when the key is in the ignition to activate the panic alarm.
8.3.10 Auto Locking
This feature enables all doors to lock automatically, when all doors are closed and vehicle speed greater than 20 kmph.
8.3.11 Auto Unlocking
All doors are unlocked automatically, when the vehicle is halted, key is removed from ignition.
In Airbag variants, in an unfortunate event of an accident, Auto Unlock of doors takes place if the crash conditions are met.
8.3.12 Auto Re-locking (If applicable)
After unlocking the vehicle using Remote , if none of the doors are opened in 45 secs., Auto re-lock of all doors will happen.
In case of an accident/collision where a SRS has been activated (E.g. airbag), all the doors are unlocked automatically .
8.3.13 Auto Re-lock on Master Actuator Unlock
Once Auto locking happened and if the Master Actuator was unlocked at any vehicle speed, next Auto lock will reoccur when the vehicle speed goes below 5 kmph and again crosses 20 kmph with all the doors in closed condition.
8.3.14 Auto Re-lock On Any Door Open
Once Auto locking is occurred, and if any door is opened when vehicle speed is less than 5 kmph, Auto Lock will reoccur only when vehicle speed crosses 20 kmph in all doors closed and master actuator in lock condition.
8.3.15 Anti Lockout
This feature will not allow the doors to lock, when in ignition On condition, if any door is open and someone tries to lock the doors by using inside master actuator.
However, if repeatedly attempt to lock for 3 times then, doors will get locked.
8.3.16 CDL Unlock
Central Door Locking system unlocks the doors when user presses the master actuator on driver door or by turning off the Ignition key and taken out of key barrel.
There are no visual indications for this operation.
8.3.17 Auto Unlock On Ignition OFF
When Ignition is switched off, all doors will get unlocked automatically, if locked.
There are no visual indications for this operation.
8.3.18 Auto Unlock Upon Crash
In vehicles equipped with airbags, Auto Unlock of doors takes place in case of an unfortunate event of an accident and airbags are deployed.
8.3.19 Thermal Protection
Door lock mechanism does not respond to remote/CDL requests, if Lock / Unlock are performed 8 or more times within 20 secs.
Lock / Unlock will not happen for 20 secs. and after lapse of this time limit, it will function normally.
8.3.20 Remote key Operating Range
Using Remote, you can lock/arm or unlock/disarm the vehicle from distances approx. 30ft.(9m).
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If there is reduction in Remote range, please follow the steps below:
•  Check the distance: The Remote key may be too far from the vehicle. Stand closer to the vehicle during rain or bad weather
•  Check the location: Other vehicles or objects may be blocking the signals. Take a few steps to the left or right, hold the Remote key higher, and try again. Moreover, closeness to a radio transmitter such as radio station tower, airport transmitter, mobile or CB radios may lead to reduction in range of Remote key
•  Check the Remote key battery: See battery replacement procedure, given later in this section
•  If the Remote key is still not working correctly, contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer
8.3.21  Battery Specification
Battery Voltage
3 V
Battery Capacity
225 mAh
8.3.22 Remote key Battery Replacement
If the Remote key operation is inconsistent when any of the buttons are pressed, it indicates that the Remote battery is weak. The rear side of the Remote is snap fitted. Using a small screw driver or similar tool, pry or separate the two halves of the casing.
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Pull out the batteries and discard the same. Insert new batteries as per the recommended specification. While fitting the new battery, ensure the positive side of the batteries face up. Align both the halves of the Remote and press to snap fit. Check operation of the Remote key.
This product contains a lithium button cell. If the button cell is swallowed, severe internal burns can occur within a mere two hours and lead to death.
Keep new or removed batteries away from children. If the battery compartment does not close securely, discontinue use and keep away from children.If you think that batteries have been swallowed or are stuck in any part of the body, seek medical help immediately.
While prying the Remote case, take care not to damage the battery. Do not touch the battery terminals or contacts.
Perchlorate material needs special handling and disposal. Refer to local regulations.
8.3.23 If Remote key is Lost
If you have lost the programmed Remote key, contact an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for procuring a new Remote key.
While programming a new key set, you will have to submit all the keys available with you, to an Authorised Mahindra Dealer.
Please note that there is a limitation (max. 2 keys at a time) to the number of keys that can be ordered. The minimum timeframe required to supply the duplicate keys is 20 days after all the formalities are completed. Please contact the Authorised Mahindra Dealer to understand the formalities involved.
If you make your own duplicate key, you will not be able to deactivate the theft detent devices or start the engine.
If the key is stolen or lost, communicate to an Authorised Mahindra Dealer for de-activating the function of the lost or stolen key. This is essential to avoid unauthorised access using the misplaced key.