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Seat Ibiza: Cruise control system (CCS)

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

Description

The cruise control system is able to maintain the set speed in the range from approx. 30 km/h to 180 km/h. Once the speed setting has been saved, you may take your foot off the accelerator.

WARNING

It could be dangerous to use the cruise control system if it is not possible to drive at constant speed.

• For safety reasons the cruise control system should not be used in dense traffic, in sections with bends or where roads conditions are poor (e.g. aquaplaning, loose chippings, slippery surfaces, snow). Risk of accident.

• Always switch off the CCS when you have finished using it. This will prevent you using it by mistake.

• It is dangerous to use a set speed which is too high for the current road, traffic or weather conditions. Risk of accident.


Note

The cruise control cannot maintain a constant speed when descending gradients. The vehicle will accelerate under its own weight. Use the foot brake to slow the vehicle.

Switching the cruise control system on and off


Fig. 106 Turn signal and main beam headlight lever switch and rocker switch for the cruise control

Switching on the system

– Move the control ⇒ fig. 106 to
the left to ON

.

Switching off system

– Move the control to the right
to OFF

or turn the ignition off when the vehicle is stationary.

Setting speed


Fig. 107 Turn signal and main beam headlight lever switch and rocker switch for the cruise control

– Press the lower part SET of the rocker switch ⇒ fig. 107 once briefly when you have reached
the speed you wish to set. When you release the rocker switch, the current speed is set and held constant.

Adjusting set speed

The speed can be altered without touching the accelerator or the brake.


Fig. 108 Turn signal and main beam headlight lever switch and rocker switch for the cruise control

Setting a higher speed

– Press the upper part RES of the rocker switch ⇒ fig. 108   to increase the speed. The vehicle
will continue to accelerate for as long as you keep the rocker switch pressed. When you release the switch, the new speed is stored.

Setting a lower speed

– Press the lower part SET– of the rocker switch to reduce the speed. The vehicle will
automatically reduce its speed for as long as you keep the switch pressed. When you release the switch, the new speed is stored.

When you increase speed with the accelerator and then release the pedal, the system will automatically restore the set speed. This will not be the case, however, if the vehicle speed is more than 10 km/h higher than the stored speed for longer than 5 minutes. The speed will have to be stored again. Control of the set speed is switched off if you reduce speed by depressing the brake pedal. Reactivate the control by pressing once on the upper part of the rocker switch RES+ ⇒ fig. 108   .


WARNING

It is dangerous to use a set speed which is too high for the current road, traffic or weather conditions. Risk of accident.

Switching off system temporarily


Fig. 109 Turn signal and main beam headlight lever switch and rocker switch for the cruise control

The cruise control system will be switched off in the following situations:

• if the brake pedal is depressed,

• if the clutch pedal is depressed,

• if the vehicle is accelerated to over 180 km/h,

• when the lever is moved in the
direction of OFF without fully being engaged.

To resume cruise control, release the brake or clutch pedal or reduce the vehicle speed to less than 180 km/h and press once on the upper part of the rocker switch RES, fig. 109   .


WARNING

It is dangerous to use a set speed which is too high for the current road, traffic or weather conditions. Risk of accident.

Completely switching off the system


Fig. 110 Turn signal and main beam headlight lever switch and rocker switch for the cruise control

Vehicles with a manual gearbox

The system is completely turned off by moving the control all the way to the right hand side
(OFF engaged), or when the vehicle is stationary, ignition off.

Vehicles with an automatic gearbox

To completely disengage the system, the selector lever must be placed in one of the following positions: P, N, R or 1 or with the vehicle stopped and the ignition turned off.

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