Fig. 176 Coolant temperature display in instrument cluster: в’¶ cold; в’· normal; в’ё warningFirst read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsвЂ‰
In normal driving conditions, the needle will be in the middle section of the scale. The temperature may also rise when the engine is working hard, especially at high ambient temperatures.
Several warning and indicator lamps will light up briefly when the ignition is switched on while the vehicle runs functional checks. They will switch off after a few seconds.
|Coolant temperature too high.||
Do not drive on!
Stop the vehicle as soon as it is possible and safe to do so. Stop the engine, let the engine cool down until the needle is back in the normal area. Check the coolant level вЂ‰ .
|Coolant level too low.||
After the engine has cooled down, check the coolant level and refill
engine coolant if the level is too low вЂ‰ .
There is a fault if the coolant level is correct.
|--||Fault in the coolant system.||
Do not drive on!
Use professional assistance!
|--||Engine coolant temperature is too low in vehicles with natural gas engine.||Avoid high engine speeds and heavy engine loads.|
|--||Avoid high engine revs and heavy engine loads until the engine is warm.|
|Fault in the coolant system.||Use expert assistance!|
WARNINGFailure to observe the warning lamps and text messages could lead to your vehicle breaking down in traffic, accidents and serious injuries.
NOTICEFailure to observe the warning lamps and text messages could lead to your vehicle being damaged.
Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual. Belt height adjuster
Fig. 62 Next to the front seats: belt height adjuster First read and observe the introductory information and safety warnings The seat belt height adjusters for the front seats can be used to adjust the position of the seat belt on the shoulder so it can be fastened properly: Pu ...
Volkswagen Touran Owners Manual. An economic driving style
First read and observe the introductory information and safety warningsвЂ‰Changing gear earlier In principle, the highest gear is always the most economical gear. A rule of thumb for most vehicles: at a speed of 30 km/h (18 mph) drive in 3rd gear, at 40 km/h (25 mph) in 4th gear and at 50 km/ ...