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This supplement contains the descriptions and instructions for the Monitor System. Please read this supplement carefully before using your monitor system. Please keep this supplement with your Owner’s Manual and leave it in the vehicle at the time of resale. The next owner will need the information it contains.

FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD., TOKYO, JAPAN

is a registered trademark of FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.

Copyright © 2006, FUJI HEAVY INDUSTRIES LTD.

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Contents

Safety Warnings.......................................................................2 Before Use ................................................................................3 Control Button Names ............................................................5 Displaying Vehicle Information Screen .................................6 Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle

System Functions.................................................................8 Displaying fuel consumption information and programming for

the automatic alarm display ......................................................8 I Displaying fuel consumption information ....................................8 I Programming automatic alarm display for low remaining fuel

level ............................................................................................9 Displaying, retaining, and erasing driving record data ..............11 I Displaying driving record data ..................................................11 I Retaining driving record data ....................................................12 I Erasing driving record data ........................................................14 I Displaying retained driving record data list ..............................16 I Retaining driving record data while viewing a retained driving

record data list ..........................................................................17

I Erasing driving record data while viewing a retained driving

record data list ..........................................................................19 Displaying three meters ................................................................21 Maintenance schedule ..................................................................22 I Programming maintenance schedule ........................................22 Programming vehicle system functions ......................................26 I Programming display and answerback beep ............................26 I Touch panel sensing position adjustment ................................28 I Keyless entry system programming ..........................................30

I Programming other vehicle system functions ..........................31 I Alarm system and shock sensor................................................33 The calculator functions ................................................................34 The calendar functions ..................................................................36 I Displaying calendar ..................................................................36 I Adding a memo ........................................................................37 I Deleting a memo ......................................................................39 Displaying Statellite Radio Source ......................................40 Adjusting Brightness/Contrast ............................................42 Adjusting brightness/contrast ......................................................42

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Safety Warnings

You will find a number of WARNINGs, CAUTIONs and NOTEs in this supplement. These safety warnings alert you to potential hazards that could result in injury to you or others. Please read these safety warnings as well as all other portions of this supplement carefully in order to gain a better understanding of how to use your Monitor system safely.

WARNING

A WARNING indicates a situation in which serious injury or death could result if the warning is ignored.

CAUTION

A CAUTION indicates a situation in which injury or damage to your vehicle including Monitor system, or both, could result if the caution is ignored.

NOTE A NOTE gives information or suggestions how to make better use of your Monitor system.

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Before Use

I Precautions when using the system

CAUTION

WARNING

Read this manual first

Read this supplement carefully before using your monitor system. We are not liable for accidents or other problems resulting from failure to follow the instructions in this supplement.

Avoid operating the monitor while driving

You should stop the vehicle in a safe place before operating the monitor. For safety’s sake, some of the monitor’s functions cannot be used unless the vehicle is stationary.

Look at the monitor only when necessary

When you need to look at the monitor, do so for the shortest time possible. Looking away from the road for too long could lead to an accident.

Keep the volume low enough for you to hear outside sounds

Keep the system’s volume level low enough for you to be able to hear outside sounds while driving. To do otherwise may mean that you are unable to react appropriately to traffic conditions thus resulting in an accident.

Never disassemble or modify the monitor

Any attempt to disassemble or modify the monitor could lead to a fire, an electric shock, or some other type of accident.

Do not continue using the monitor if it malfunctions If the system shows any sign of malfunctioning (for example, the monitor gives no picture), stop using it immediately and contact the nearest SUBARU dealer. Continuing to use the system could lead to a fire, an electric shock, or some other type of accident.

If the monitor gets contaminated, emits smoke or an odd smell, stop using it

If a foreign object gets inside the system, liquid is spilled onto the system, or the system emits smoke or an unusual smell, stop using it immediately and contact the nearest SUBARU dealer. Continuing to use the system could lead to a fire, an electric shock, or some other type of accident.

CAUTION

The displays contain mercury. Therefore, the displays must be removed before vehicle disposal. Once the displays have been removed, please reuse, recycle or dispose of them as hazardous waste.

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• Do not allow the monitor to get wet. If it gets wet

(allowing, for example, to a spilled drink or wet umbrella), its internal electronic circuitry may malfunction.

•In hot weather, cool the passenger compartment down

before using the monitor. The liquid crystal display operates correctly at temperatures between 32°F and 140°F (0°C and 60°C). When the temperature exceeds 140°F (60°C), the monitor’s circuit protection function is activated, causing the display to dim.

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Before Use

I About the monitor • Subjecting the control buttons or liquid crystal display to excessive shock could result in monitor deformation or other damage.

•Keep any heat source (including lighted cigarettes) away from the monitor. If a heat source is brought into contact with the monitor’s cabinet and panel, they could be deformed or otherwise degraded.

•In extreme cold, the monitor may operate sluggishly and

the display may dim. Such conditions do not indicate a problem. They will disappear when the cabin temperature rises to a normal temperature.

•Tiny black and white dots may occasionally appear in the

liquid crystal display. These dots are a normal characteristic of the display. They do not indicate a problem.

• When the monitor’s display requires cleaning, gently wipe it

with a silicone cloth or other soft cloth. If necessary, spray the cloth with neutral cleaning fluid. Be sure to wipe away any cleaning fluid left on the display surface. Do not spray the cleaning fluid directly onto the display surface. Spraying cleaning fluid directly onto the display surface could cause an adverse effect on internal components. It is also not a good idea to wipe the display surface with a stiff cloth or attempt to clean it using thinners, alcohol, or any other volatile solvent. Doing so could leave scratches and/or erase the control button labels.

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Control Button Names

z

This button is used to display the destination screen of your navigation system. See the Owner’s Manual Supplement for the navigation system.

This button is used to display the menu screen of your navigation system. See the Owner’s Manual Supplement for the navigation system.

This button is used to switch the screen to a navigation system screen from any other screen. See the Owner’s Manual Supplement for the navigation system.

This button is used to zoom in the map displayed on the screen.

This button is used to display the Audio or RSE (Rear Seat Entertainment) screen.

This button is used to display the vehicle information screen.

x

c

v

b

n

m

This button is used to adjust the brightness and contrast of the image as well as to display a calendar (see Page 36 through 39, 42). If the system has automatically turned down the brightness in order to prevent excessive brightness following the illumination of headlights or parking lights, pressing this button for more than one second will return the display to the standard brightness level.

For further details on the MENU, MAP and DEST buttons, refer to the Owner’s Manual Supplement for the navigation system.

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Displaying Vehicle Information Screen

The vehicle information screen provides a variety of information on your vehicle and driving. It also gives ways to program certain functions available in your vehicle.

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First, press the

button, then select any of the keys on the screen.

The screen displays the current fuel consumption rate, average fuel consumption rate, and the range you can drive on the remaining fuel. See Pages 8 through 10.

The screen displays the driving record data. The monitor system can retain the record data. See Pages 11 through 20.

The screen displays the reading of the following three meters: average fuel consumption rate, current fuel consumption rate and throttle opening percentage. See Page 21.

You can program your maintenance schedule and other maintenance-related items from this screen. See Pages 22 through 25.

You can use a calculator. You can also convert units, for example, between miles and kilometers.

You can program certain monitor and other system functions. See Pages 26 through 33.

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NOTE • You can turn the outside air temperature display on or off in the map screen by selecting the • You may not be able to use the vehicle information screen if data cannot be properly retrieved from the relevant vehicle systems.

key. See Page 26.

Displaying Vehicle Information Screen

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Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle System Functions

Displaying fuel consumption information and programming for the automatic alarm display

I Displaying fuel consumption information Use the following procedure to display the current fuel consumption rate, average fuel consumption rate, and range you can drive on the remaining fuel.

Press the

button.

1

Select The fuel consumption information screen will be displayed.

.

This completes the procedure.

NOTE • Current and average fuel consumption rates will change all time due to driving and other conditions. The displayed data, including

remaining fuel range data, may be different from the actual values. It is advisable that you refuel well in advance of reaching a displayed distance.

• Displayed current and average fuel consumption rates are based on estimates during running, not on accurate measurements. • The average fuel consumption rate is associated with the driving after the last resetting of each trip meter. If the A or B trip meter is

reset, the average fuel consumption rate will also be reset. After resetting the trip meter, the average fuel consumption rate will not be displayed until the vehicle has been driven approximately 1 mile from the reset point.

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Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle System Functions

I Programming automatic alarm display for low remaining fuel level You can program the display to make it automatically alert you of the correspondingly low fuel level remaining.

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2

Press the

button and then select

.

Select

.

Select

for the desired alarm display item (“FUEL“). The selected

should change to

.

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Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle System Functions

3

Select

.

This completes the procedure.

NOTE • If

is displayed for “FUEL“ (remaining fuel level), the automatic alarm display function has been activated for that item. To

deactivate the function, select

. The indication should change from

to

.

• The current fuel consumption rate alarm will be displayed only when the navigation screen is being used.

• The screen displaying an alarm looks like this:

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Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle System Functions

Displaying, retaining, and erasing driving record data

I Displaying driving record data Use the following procedure to display the current driving record data (distance, time, and average fuel consumption rate).

Press the

button.

1

Select The driving record screen will be displayed.

.

This completes the procedure.

NOTE • If a vehicle’s trip meter is reset, the corresponding drive distance and time display (“TRIP A“ or “TRIP B“) will also be reset. • The drive time display is associated with the amount of time the ignition switch has stayed on since the trip meter was reset. • When the vehicle battery is removed for repair or other purposes, the time is reset, but the distance is not reset. To reset the distance,

press the trip meter knob. Please refer to the vehicle owner’s manual for further details.

• The maximum time display possible is 240 hours (10 days).

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Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle System Functions

I Retaining driving record data Use the following procedure to retain the current driving record data.

Press the

button and then select

.

Select the driving record data you wish to keep.

below the trip meter designation (TRIP A or TRIP B) of

Select storage location) where the driving record data are to be retained.

to specify the number of the history frame (data

or

Select

.

1

2

3

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4

5

Displaying Vehicle Information and Programming Vehicle System Functions

will appear, requesting you to confirm your selection. Select it.

Select

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