2010 Chevrolet Aveo Owner Manual

Rating 5.0 (votes: 1)


New Chevrolet Aveo vehicles are equipped with a paper book. If you lost it or bought a car on the automotive aftermarket, use the owner manual on this page to learn all the features of the 2010 model year, because they may differ significantly from the T200 models of previous and subsequent years.

Document content:
A. Outlet Adjustment on page 4  19 .
B. Instrument Panel Cluster on page 4  22 .
C. Clock on page 4  15 .
D. Hood Release on page 6  12 .
E. Horn on page 4  3 .
F. Audio System(s) on page 4  39 .
G. Climate Control System on page 4  16 .
H. Ashtray. See Ashtray(s) and Cigarette Lighter on page 4  15 . I. Cupholders on page 3  36 .
J. Cigarette Lighter. See Ashtray(s) and Cigarette Lighter on page 4  15 .
K. Hazard Warning Flashers on page 4  3 .
L. Glove Box on page 3  36 . Initial Drive Information This section provides a brief overview about some of
the important features that may or may not be on your
specific vehicle.
For more detailed information, refer to each of the
features which can be found later in this owner manual. Starting the Engine The vehicle has a Computer-Controlled Cranking
System. It assists in starting the engine and protects
components. If the ignition key is turned to START
and then released when the engine begins cranking,
the engine will continue cranking for a few seconds
or until the engine starts. If the engine does not start
and the key is held in START, cranking will be stopped
after 15 seconds to prevent damage. To prevent gear
damage, cranking is not allowed if the engine is
running. Engine cranking can be stopped by turning
the ignition key to ACC/ACCESSORYor LOCK/OFF.
See Starting the Engine on page 3  19 .