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Seat Ibiza: Digital display in the instrument panel

Seat Ibiza Owners Manual

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Digital clock

– Turn the setting knob, fig. 32  
anti-clockwise to the stop to set the hour. If the knob is turned briefly anti-clockwise the clock will advance one hour further. – Turn the setting knob clockwise to the limit stop to set the minutes. If the knob is turned briefly clockwise the clock will advance one minute further.

Ambient temperature display

The outside temperature is displayed when the ignition is switched on. At descending temperatures between +4°C down to -7°C and at ascending temperatures from -5°C up to +6°C in addition to the outside temperature display, an ice crystal is displayed and if vehicle speed is over 10 km/h an acoustic buzzer is heard. The illumination of the crystal symbol aims to warn the driver of the risk of ice, so that he/she proceeds with due care. When the vehicle is stationary or travelling at very low speeds, the temperature displayed may be slightly higher than the actual outside temperature as a result of heat coming from the engine.

Display with multi-function display (MFD)

The multi-function display (MFD) shows you diverse journey and consumption data.


Fig. 35 Windscreen wiper and windscreen wash lever: button A and rocker switch B


Fig. 36 Digital instrument panel display: Outside temperature display

The multi-function system uses two automatic memories: 1 - Actual memory

and 2 - Total memory

. The selected memory will be shown in the upper right-hand corner of the display.

Selecting memory

– With the ignition switched on, briefly press the button, fig. 35 on the windscreen wiper lever to move
between the two memories.

Resetting the memory

– Select the memory that you would like to reset. – Press and hold button  on the windscreen wiper lever for at
least 2 seconds.

The trip memory 1 collects the travel and consumption data from the moment the ignition is switched on until it is switched off. If the journey is continued within two hours of switching off the ignition, the new values will be added to the existing trip recorder memory. The memory will automatically be deleted if the journey is interrupted for more than two hours. The total journey memory 2 collects the journey data for any number of individual journeys (even if the ignition is switched off for longer than two hours) up to a total of 99 hours and 59 minutes travel time, 9999 miles distance travelled and 999 litres of fuel consumed. The memory will automatically be deleted if one of the named values is reached.

Displays in the multi-function display (MFD)


Fig. 37 Windscreen wiper and windscreen wash lever: button A and rocker switch B


Fig. 38 Digital instrument panel display: outside temperature display.

You can switch between the following displays in the multi-function display (MFD) by operating the rocker switch ⇒ fig. 37 on the windscreen wiper lever.


Memory displays

• Time

• Journey duration

• Average speed

• Distance

• Distance to empty (the distance you can travel with the remaining fuel)

• Average fuel consumption

• Current fuel consumption

• Ambient temperature display

Time

The time is also displayed when the ignition is switched off. The clock can be set with the right-hand rotating button below the rev counter “digital clock”.

min - Journey duration

The display shows the amount of time which has elapsed since the ignition was switched on. The maximum display value in both memories is 99 hours and 59 minutes. The memory will automatically be deleted once this value has been reached.

Ø km/h - Average speed

The average speed will be shown after a distance of approximately 100 metres has been travelled. Dashes will appear in the display until that time. The display will be updated every 5 seconds whilst the vehicle is in motion.

Miles - Distance travelled

The display shows the distance travelled since the ignition was switched on. The maximum display value in both memories is 9999 miles. The memory will automatically be deleted once this value has been reached.

Miles - Fuel range


The fuel range is calculated using the figures for tank content and current fuel consumption. It shows how far the vehicle can travel using the same conditions as a reference.

litre/100km - Average fuel consumption


The average fuel consumption will be shown, fig. 38 after a distance of approximately 100 metres has been travelled. Dashes will appear in the display until that time. The display will be updated every 5 seconds whilst the vehicle is in motion. The amount of fuel used will not be shown.

ltr/100km or ltr/hr - Current fuel consumption

The display will show the current fuel consumption in litre/km whilst the vehicle is in motion or in litre/hour when the vehicle is in a stationary position with the engine running.

Using this display you can see how your driving style affects fuel consumption.

Ambient temperature display

The measurement margin extends from -45°C to +58°C. At temperatures lower than +4°C, an “ice crystal symbol” is displayed and a “warning” sounds if the vehicle is moving at more than 10 km/h (ice warning). This symbol will flash for about 10 seconds and remains lit until the exterior temperature rises above +4°C or 6°C if it was already lit.

WARNING

There could be black ice on the road surface even if the “snowflake symbol” is not shown. You should, for this reason, not rely exclusively on this display - Risk of accident!

  Note


When the vehicle is stationary or travelling at very low speeds, the temperature displayed may be slightly higher than the actual ambient temperature as a result of the heat radiated from the engine.

Display field for selector lever position

The position of the automatic gearbox selector lever is shown on the display.

Mileage display or Service Interval Display


Fig. 39 Service interval display

Distance display

The upper counter in the display registers the total distance covered by the vehicle.

The lower counter registers the short journeys. The last digit indicates steps of 100 metres. The trip recorder counter may be reset by the reset button, fig. 32   .


Service interval display

A Service pre-warning will appear in the mileage displays if a service is due soon. A spanner symbol appears and the display “km” with the distance that can be driven until the next service appointment is due. The display will change after approximately 10 seconds. A clock symbol appears and the number of days until the next service appointment is due. The following message appears on the instrument panel if a service is due:

INSP-

Maintenance service

The service message will disappear approximately 20 seconds after the ignition is switched on or the engine is running. This may also be turned off pressing the short journey counter reset button for more than 0.5 seconds.2) The Service Centre who carry out the maintenance service will reset the maintenance interval display on completion of the service.

We recommend that the repair and maintenance work only be carried out at Authorised Service Centres.

With the ignition switched on, you can call up the current service message by pressing the trip counter reset button for 2 seconds. The service indicator can also be reset by pressing the trip counter button. Proceed as follows: - Switch off ignition. - Keep “Reset” button on distance counter pressed. - Connect ignition with the “Reset” button pressed. The fixed mode display appears. - Release the reset button and rotate it to the right. The display will return to the normal mode. The indication has been reset.


Caution

We recommend that the resetting of the service interval indicator be carried out in an Authorised Service Centre to avoid possible faults in the vehicle.

Note


• The indication can only be reset when a pre-warning or warning is indicated.

• Do not reset the display between two service intervals, otherwise the display will be incorrect.

• The values are stored even when the battery is disconnected.

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