With Spring at our doorstep it may be time to replace your Air Cabin Filter. Your Air Cabin Filter is typically a pleated-paper filter that is located in the outside air intake of your vehicle’s passenger compartment. If your Air Cabin Filter is clogged or dirty it can significantly reduce airflow from the cabin air vents and can cause the air within your vehicle to be dirtier than the air outside. During the spring and summer months, contaminants, such as pollen, dust, mold spores and smog, can enter a vehicle’s passenger compartment through the air conditioning, heating and ventilation systems, making the air within your vehicle up to six times dirtier than the air outside. You can protect yourself and your passengers from these contaminants by replacing the vehicle’s cabin air filter as outlined in your vehicle’s owner manual.
Window Indexing Feature
This feature provides and maintain a tight seal around the side windows. When the doors are opened the side windows will automatically open slightly and then automatically close when the door is closed. If battery power is disconnected, follow the Owner Manual procedure for initializing the indexing feature.
Competitive Mode and Launch Control (V8)Note: Competitive Mode and Launch Control are recommended only for use during closed track events and competitive driving venues. See your Owner Manual.
Competitive Mode is an optional handling mode.
- To turn on the Competitive Mode, press the StabiliTrak/Traction Control button
twice quickly. Competitive Mode will be displayed in the Driver Information Center.
- Press the button again to return to normal StabiliTrak/traction control operation.
Launch Control (V8 with Manual Transmission)
Launch Control is a form of traction control that optimizes wheel spin while launching the
vehicle. It is activated when the vehicle is at a standstill while in Competitive Mode.
When the accelerator pedal is pressed to the floor with the clutch engaged, the RPM is
limited to a predetermined level. Releasing the clutch while keeping the accelerator
pressed to the floor provides controlled wheel spin and acceleration.
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