EMERGENCY STARTING

If the engine doesn't start
  • Check the battery connection to make sure it is clean.

  • Turn the interior light on. If it is dim when you operate, the battery is out of charge.

  • Check the starter connection so that it is tightened.

  • Do not push/pull the vehicle to start. 

If the engine turns normally but doesn't start
  1. Check the fuel level.

  2. When the ignition switch is off, check all the connectors, coils and spark plugs.

  3. If any of them are loose or disconnected, reconnect them.

  4. Check the fuel line present in the engine compartment.

If the engine doesn't start
  1. Call a dealer or seek qualified assistance.

  2. Connect the cables in either numerical order or disconnect them in reverse order.

  1. Assure that the booster battery is of 12-volt.

  2. The negative terminal should be grounded.

  3. If the booster battery is in another vehicle, do not allow these vehicles to touch. 

  4. Turn off all the electrical loads.

Jump starting procedure
Jump Cables
  1. Connect all the cables in a sequence - One end of the cable to the positive terminal of the battery and the other end to the positive end of the booster battery.

  2. Connect one end of the negative terminal of the booster battery and the other end to the metallic point, stationary or a solid point away from the battery.

  3. Do not connect it to any point if the engine is cranked.

  4. Do not allow the cables to contact anything other than the terminals or the ground.

  5. Do not lean over the battery.

  6. Start the engine with a booster battery and run it at 2000 RPM.

  7. Start the vehicle with the discharged battery. In case if it is not getting started, get it checked by an authorized dealer.

Battery cables
  1. Don't connect the jumper cable from the negative terminal of the discharged battery to the negative terminal of the booster battery.

  2. If you do it that way, the discharged battery can be overheated and releases battery acid.

Jumper System
  1. You can only use a 12-volt jumper system. 

  2. If you're using a 24-volt power supply, you will damage the electrical parts.

Headlamp Changing
  1. Replace the burned-out bulb with one that has a wattage rating.

  2. If it doesn't have a rating, it will damage the electric wiring or the fuse. 

  3. Open the available bonnet.

  4. Loosen the bolts and remove the assembly of the headlight from the main body.

  5. Disconnect the connector from the back.

  6. Remove the bulb cover by turning it in the opposite direction.

  7. Disconnect the bulb socket connector.

  8. Unsnap the bulb retaining wire by pressing at the end and pushing it up.

  9. Remove the bulb.

  10. Get a new bulb. Snap the bulb retaining wire into the exact position through alignment of the groove and the wire.

  11. Connect the bulb socket connector.

  12. Install the bulb cover by turning it clockwise.

  13. Connect the power connector to the assembly.

  14. Reinstall the headlight assembly to the main body.