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Description: Tata Indica - V2 (MPFI) (Li, LEi, LSi, LGi & LXi) Owner's Manual & Service Book Passenger Car Business Unit Mumbai Pune ( This owner's manual is advised to be kept in the vehicle, at all

Tata Indica - V2 (MPFI) (Li, LEi, LSi, LGi & LXi) Owner's Manual & Service Book Passenger Car Business Unit Mumbai Pune ( This owner's manual is advised to be kept in the vehicle, at all times)

TATA versions of Tata Indica V2 car. Please note that MOTORS dealerships or to TATA MOTORS this manual applies to all the models and.

Dear Indica customer, We are privileged to have you choose the Tata Indica V2 car. The car comes backed by the trusted Tata brand and is part of the stable of offerings from Tata Motors in the passenger car range.

Tata Motors Offices & Network • • • Driving Petrol cars Driving safety Names & Address of Tata Motors Main Dealers (MDs), MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Tata Motors Authorised Service Centres (TASCs), Tata Motors Authorised Service Points • Engine Compartment Lamp (TASPs) •.

Failure to use genuine parts can invalidate warranty troublefree operation. claims. To assist you in maintaining your Tata Indica V2 we have a The information and specifications given in this book are network of dealers and Service Centres throughout the valid as on the date of printing.

Ensure that recommended maintenance is carried out Ø It is not advisable to warm up the engine during the first on the car regularly at the TATA MOTORS Authorised start of the day by idling, as cold temperatures within the Service Outlets.

ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION Taking Care of the Environment Ø As soon as you notice any leakage of oil or fuel in the car cleaned. Do not use compressed air for cleaning these we recommend that you get it attended immediately. parts which may spread the dust in the atmosphere. Ø.

WARRANTY Terms and Conditions We WARRANT each Tata Indica car and Any part which is found to be shall be final and binding, the car parts thereof manufactured by us to be defective and is replaced by us under is subjected to misuse, negligence, free from defect in material and the warranty shall be our property.

WARRANTY Terms and Conditions rotation, adjustment of valve 10. Any claim arising from this This warranty is expressly in lieu of clearance, fuel timing, ignition warranty shall be recognised only all warranties, whether by law or timing and consumables like bulbs, if it is notified in writing to us or to otherwise, expressed or implied, fuel filters &.

INFORMATION AT A GLANCE Filling Station Information FUEL TANK CAPACITY 37 Ltrs. ENGINE OIL UPTO DIPSTICK MAX.MARK

4.0 Ltrs. * Premixed ready to use Engine Coolant = 6 Litres Windshield Washer reservior = 3.5 Litres (for LXi) and 1.5 Litre (for Li/LSi/LEi/LGi) Brake fluid = 0.265 Lires TYRE PRESSURE.

INFORMATION AT A GLANCE Dimensions 1400 mm 785 mm 2400 mm 490 mm 1380 mm 3675 mm Note. Co-driver's side rear view mirrors for Deluxe LGi version only.

BEFORE DRIVING • CONTROLS • INSTRUMENT PANEL • HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING • INTERIORS & ACCESSORIES Rear View Mirrors Head Rest Sunvisors Rear Seat Glove Box Seat Belt Adjustment Window Winding Tailgate Opening Power Windows Fuel Flap Opening Tray Cover with Coin Holder Music System Plug Socket Electrical Accessories Fitment.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls CONTROLS Digital Clock Instrument Heating, Ventilation Panel & A.C. Controls Air Vent Horn Pad Accessory Switches Headlamp Leveling Coin Box Switches Power Window Switch Pack Gear Shift Lever Plug Socket Parking Brake (if fitted)

It is advisable to keep one of the keys in a safe place for use in case of an emergency. Do not use a locally made key, but obtain a duplicate through To open your Tata Motors dealer. Do not leave the key inside the car. Outside swing handle Door Locks.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls On RHS Door Childproof Lock. Both the rear doors of the car are provided with childproof locks. Push the lock lever located on the vertical face near the rear lock downward before closing the door. The door which has been locked can no longer be opened from inside.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls 3. 'IGN' POSITION - This is for switching 'ON' the power supply to the following items. • Blower & A/C (HVAC) • Engine cooling fan • Horn • Plug Socket • Power window (if fitted) • Head Lamp Leveling Switch Accessories Supply •.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls The following items are operated/powered without the key in the ignition switch. Hazard warning system, Stop lamps, Position lamps, Registration lamps, Illumination of A.C. control panel, Odometer display (LCD) of Instrument Panel, Roof lamp, Reading lamps, Engine lamp,Load Area Lamp, Central door locking, Audio warning unit, Memory of digital clock and Music System, Rear Windshield Demister.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls Combi-switch WIPER STALK LIGHT STALK FLASH HIGH BEAM FLICK WIPE SPRING RETURN SPRING RETURN DIP BEAM (NORMAL POSITION) HIGH BEAM FAST WIPE LEFT TURN SLOW WIPE (SIGNAL SELF CANCELLING) PUSH SWITCH LANE CHANGE LEFT (SPRING RETURN) FOR WASH & WIPE LANE CHANGE RIGHT (SPRING RETURN) INT.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls Wiper Control Combi-Switch Lever - Left Lights Control Combi-Switch Lever - Right Selector Wiper Control Combi-switch Lever - Left Lights Control Combi-switch Lever - Right A. Wiper 'OFF' position A. Head lamp 'OFF' position B. Slow Wipe B.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls Accessory Switches. (if installed) Accessory switches have been provided on the dash board near the steering column on the right hand side. 1. Rear windshield demister (unlatched switch) Accessory The switch is pushed and released to switch Switches 'ON' and the knob returns to the normal position.The function indicator lights up in amber.

BEFORE DRIVING Controls Gearshift lever & Shifting pattern. The gearshift lever is mounted on the central console between the two front seats. The gearshift pattern is shown on the gear lever knob. The reverse gear should be engaged only when the car is stationary.

CAR IDENTIFICATION AND RECORD OWNER'S NAME Following items are provided ADDRESS with your Tata Indica. 1. Owner's Manual & Service Book. SELLING DEALER CODE 2. Battery Warranty Card. DATE OF DELIVERY 3. First Aid Kit. 4. Advance Warning Triangle. DATE OF REGISTRATION 5.

BEFORE DRIVING Instrument Panel INSTRUMENT PANEL Engine RPM Indicators* Meter Speedometer Temperature Gauge Fuel Gauge Set Knob Mode Selector Knob * All indicators may not be provided on some clusters.

BEFORE DRIVING Instrument Panel Turn Signal and Hazard Warning I) Turn Signal. Turn signal lamps can be operated only when the ignition supply is 'ON and by using the turn indicator switch on the combiswitch. The direction indicator (LHS) and (RHS) on the instrument cluster flashes alongwith external indicator lights as selected.

BEFORE DRIVING Indicators Parking Brake Indicator cum Low Brake Fluid Warning Light When the ignition key is turned to the 'IGN' position, the symbols light up for the following. when the parking brake is applied, and/or when the brake fluid level in the container is low. Else the indication goes 'OFF' after few seconds.

BEFORE DRIVING Indicators Position Lamp Indicator. Symbol lights up when the position lamps are switched 'ON'. Illumination lamps for AC, HVAC or ventilation panel and switch illumination lamps comes 'ON', when the position lamps are 'ON'. Position lamps can be used as parking lamps. Instrument cluster illumination turns 'ON' with key in 'IGN' position and position lamps 'ON'.

BEFORE DRIVING Indicators Battery Charging Indicator. Symbol lights up when the 'IGN' is turned 'ON' and should go 'OFF' after the engine starts. If it remains 'ON' while the engine is running, it indicates that the battery is not being charged. Switch off all unnecessary electrical equipment and get the problem attended to at an Authorised Service outlet.

BEFORE DRIVING Gauges Speedometer, Main Odometer and Tripmeter (on LCD). The speedometer indicates the car speed in km/hr. The odometer records the total distance the car has been driven. The tripmeter can be used to measure the distance travelled on each trip or between fuel fillings.

BEFORE DRIVING Gauges The 'SET' knob is used to control the chosen function. Pressing the knob for a few seconds resets the chosen tripmeter and varies the intensity level of instrument panel illumination. The panel illumination intensity varies among preset levels as follows. Intensity Level Indicator = = = =.

BEFORE DRIVING Gauges Temperature gauge. The gauges indicates the temperature level of the engine coolant. The red zone at 'H' indicates temperatures higher than normal. A visual warning indication (Red coloured) comes 'ON' indicating that when the coolant temperature is higher than normal. Avoid driving, when the pointer is in the red zone.

BEFORE DRIVING Audio Warning Audio Warning Unit Seat Belt Reminder (Beeper). (If installed) When the key is in the 'IGN' position and the driver's seat belt has not been fastened, an audio warning comes 'ON'. Please fasten the seat belt.

BEFORE DRIVING Audio Warning / Tail Lamps Lamps 'ON' Reminder (if installed) An audio warning (beeper) is provided to inform the driver that the headlamps/position lamps are left 'ON'. This comes 'ON' when the driver removes the key and opens the door. Switch 'OFF' the lamps, before leaving the car.

BEFORE DRIVING Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Air Flow Pattern Towards Windscreen (Defrost) Side Air Vents Central Air Vents Towards Towards Foot Board Foot Board.

BEFORE DRIVING Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning HEATING, VENTILATION & AIR CONDITIONING (if installed) A. Temperature Control Knob. The air temperature in the car can be controlled by operating the temperature control knob (A) at the left hand side of the control panel.

BEFORE DRIVING Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning C. Air Direction Control Knob. The air flow can be changed by turning the switch (C) to the desired direction. Towards face Towards face and feet Towards feet Towards feet and windshield (Recommended for clearing fogging on windshield) Air demist / defrost windshield A.C.

BEFORE DRIVING Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning E. Air Circulation Switch. • In HVAC version to put air circulation mode in recirculation, press switch 'E'. The indicator lamp will show air circulation is in recirculation. Indicator To put vehicle in Fresh mode release switch 'E'. Indicator lamp will be 'OFF'.

BEFORE DRIVING Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning To achieve quick cooling effect, open the windows briefly while Defrosting. (For vehicles fitted with HVAC unit) you operate the air conditioner, with air circulation switch is in Fresh mode, fan at higher speed and air direction towards In low temperature areas, to clear frost formation outside the 'FACE'.

BEFORE DRIVING Heating, Ventilation & Air conditioning Quick Heating. All settings as explained before except air circulation switch Close to recirculation. Once vehicle is heated, switch back to fresh mode. Open Air Flow Direction Control Ventilator. Knob The air flow can be adjusted continuously with the rotary control knob at the vents on the dash board.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories REAR VIEW MIRRORS Door mirrors. Driver side only (alternate) Both sides (if fitted) The rear view mirror is fitted on the door from the outside and can be adjusted by the lever provided inside the door. In some versions the mirrors are provided on both the doors.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Cup Holders When not in use keep the sunvisors in their stowed position otherwise they may block the driver's vision. Glove Box. The glove box is located on the dash board in front of the co-driver's seat.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Power Windows. (if installed) All the window glasses can be operated by means of switches, provided on the floor console near the gear shift lever for all the four windows. These can be operated only when the key is in the 'IGN' position. In some version, power windows are provided only on front doors.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Tray Cover with coin holder. Tray cover is provided on centre cluster for the occupants of front seat. Inside tray cover coin holder is provided to place all types of coins. To open tray cover, first push it gently at the middle and then pull out slowly.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Rear Ash Tray. (if fitted) Ash trays are provided on both rear doors for the occupants at the rear. To open the rear ash tray press the lid, it will rotate outward. To remove the ashtray open fully and press down to disengage the top piot pin.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Roof Mounted Interior Light & Reading Lamps. Interior roof lighting and reading lamps with inbuilt switches are provided on the roof near the rear view mirror. The switch for the reading lamps, has 3 positions - LEFT SIDE RIGHT SIDE READING LAMP.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Front Seats and Seat Adjustments. Front Seats. Both the driver and co-driver seats are of bucket type to provide maximum riding comfort. Moving the seats forward and backward. To adjust the seat position, lift the lever under the seat cushion front, then move the seat to the desired position and release the lever.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Head-rest. (Adjustable on the front seat & fixed on the rear seat) Head-rests are designed to help reduce the risk of neck injuries in case of accidents. For best protection, adjust the top of the headrest, so that it is in level with one's ears.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories SOMERSAULTED POSITION Lugguage space after summersault Lugguage space before summersault operation operation.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Seat Belt Seat belts have been provided on the front seats (with micro swtich on driver's side for the deluxe model) Always wear seat belts, while driving. Seat belt adjustment. 1. Pull the tongue across your body and insert it into the buckle. 2.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories 11. The belts if required should be repaired, by authorised personnel only. 12. The belts should not be disassembled, if required, authorised personnel only should carry out disassembly and assembly. Do not wear your seat belt over hard or breakable objects in pockets or on your clothing.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Fuel flap opening. The fuel flap is located on the left rear side of the car. The fuel flap can be opened by pulling the opening lever located near the tailgate opening lever and can be locked by simply closing the flap. Antenna Music System. A provision has been made for fitment of music system.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Load Area Lamp (if installed) A lamp is fitted in the luggage compartment to illuminate the luggage area, when required. To operate this lamp, a simple ON/OFF switch is provided along with this lamp. For the lamp to come 'ON' with the opening of tailgate, the switch should be in 'ON' position.

BEFORE DRIVING Interiors and Accessories Headlamp leveling switch (if installed). A motorised headlamp leveling arrangement with the setting knob at the dash board is provided on the LH side of steering column. As and when required, head lamp leveling, setting is done by rotating the knob to select one of the 3 levels marked in the switch depending upon the loading of the vehicle.

STARTING AND DRIVING THE CAR STARTING & DRIVING DRIVING IN ADVERSE CONDITIONS • • Opening & closing the bonnet Driving through water • • Check list Driving on a rainy day • • Fuel level Night driving • • Engine oil level Towing the vehicle •.

STARTING & DRIVING Opening & Closing the Bonnet OPENING & CLOSING THE BONNET Opening. 1. Ensure that the car is in neutral gear with the parking brake applied. Bonnet 2. Pull the bonnet release lever located under the right hand corner release of the dash board.

STARTING & DRIVING Check List Check Adjust Ensure 1. Tyre pressure (Ref. page 12) 1. Front seat (Ref. page 47) 1. Bonnet is fully closed 2. Coolant level (Ref. page 59) 2. Rear view mirrors (Ref. page 41) 2. All doors are properly closed 3.

STARTING & DRIVING Fuel Level & Engine Oil Level Fuel Level. Check fuel level on the gauge in the instrument panel. If the pointer is in the red zone and/or visual low fuel level warning indicator (Amber colour LED) glows. please ensure fuel filling at the earliest. Avoid driving with fuel at minimum level.

STARTING & DRIVING Engine Coolant & Brake Fluid Level Engine Coolant Level. The coolant level is visible through the translucent reservoir. It should be between max. & min. marks. If it seems less, add premixed coolant into the auxiliary tank upto the max. mark. Put the cap back properly. Never remove the filler cap when the engine is hot.

STARTING & DRIVING Starting & Stopping STARTING THE ENGINE Before starting the engine. • Apply the parking brake fully. • Ensure that the gear lever is in neutral position. Starting the engine. • Press the clutch pedal & turn the ignition key to 'IGN' position. Ensure the "Check Engine".

STARTING & DRIVING Starting & Stopping • Crank the engine. If the engine starts, car may be driven to nearest authorised service outlet, even though "Check Engine" lamp is indicating a malfunction. • In the above condition engine may stall if the accelerator pedal is released back to idle position.

STARTING & DRIVING Preparing To Drive Running-in instructions. Preparing to Drive. The following checks and adjustments should be carried out During running-in period i.e. first 1000 km. follow the running- before you start driving the car. in instructions given below. •.

STARTING & DRIVING Preparing To Drive Gear Shifting. All forward gears being synchronised, provide for easy and effortless gear shifting. Always remember to press the clutch pedal fully while shifting the gears and also to release the clutch pedal gently. Avoid sudden clutching i.e.

STARTING & DRIVING Preparing to Drive Gear Shifting Appropriate gear change speeds for good pick-up. Petrol Speed (kmph) Speed (kmph) Upshift Downshift 1st to 2nd - 20 2nd to 1st - 20 2nd to 3rd - 40 3rd to 2nd - 40 3rd to 4th - 60.

STARTING & DRIVING Fuel Economy INSTRUCTIONS TO IMPROVE FUEL ECONOMY. Always have the engine tuned correctly through recommended maintenance at an Authorised Service Your car's fuel economy is mainly dependent on your style of outlet. driving. To operate your car as economically as possible, use the Proper Driving Practices. following driving suggestions.

STARTING & DRIVING Fuel Economy Fuel economy speeds. TIPS RELATED TO FUEL SYSTEM MAINTENANCE. Basically, the fuel system of the vehicle consists of the following Gear Speed (kmph) main components. 1. Fuel tank 2. Fuel Filter 3. Fuel Pump 4. Fuel Rail 5.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving In Adverse Conditions Driving Through Water. • Never venture to drive through water when it flows above the stone guard or above the tyre centre line. • The engine may get seriously damaged if attempts are made to cross through deep water.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving In Adverse Conditions Driving on a Rainy Day. • Check wiper blades for proper functioning. • Check brakes, steering and windows. • Check tyres for wear and tyre pressure. Worn out tyres are unsafe on wet roads. •.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving In Adverse Conditions Towing the Vehicle. • For towing a car, the best way is to use a wrecker. • Alternatively use a rigid tow bar. • Avoid using a flexible cable or rope as your car may crash into the car towing your car when it stops suddenly.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving Tata Indica Diesel / Petrol Cars DIESEL & PETROL ENGINE. ENGINE PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS. The combustion systems of the petrol engine & diesel engine are totally different. While the former makes use of the spark ignition, the latter uses compression ignition type.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving Tata Indica Diesel / Petrol Cars It can be observed from the characteristic performance habits..curves of petrol and diesel engines that..Always start the car from halt, in the first gear. The low end torque of the diesel engine is less as Switch off the AC and all other accessories while starting from compared to petrol engine, at same engine speed.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving Safety DRIVING SAFETY Mobile phones CAR SAFETY CHECKS Seat-Belt Avoid using mobile phones while Windshield/wiper/windshield washer driving. This could divert your attention Seat-belts are life saving equipment and Always keep windshield glass clean to from the road and result in an accident. their use reduces the chance of injury avoid any distraction in visibility.

STARTING & DRIVING Driving Safety Side indicators / Hazard warning when subjected to extreme conditions, parked at the side of road, then the such as high speed, high load and high triangle is to be kept as per instructions Ensure that all side indicators/hazard outside temperature.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE MAINTENANCE POINTS CAR CARE Engine compartment Washing Engine compartment lamp Polishing Windshield washer Cleaning of carpets Air Filter Cleaning of glass Engine cooling system Wiper care Engine oil and oil filter Paint care Belt tension Fuel system Transaxle oil Cluth &.

MAINTENANCE POINTS Engine Compartment 475 MPFI Petrol Engine (BS - II) Fuse Box & Relay (if fitted) Auxiliary Tank Brake Fluid Container Carbon Canister Engine Oil Filling Battery Windshield Washer Filling Air Filter Power Steering Fluid Container (if fitted) Dip Stick Throttle Body Intake Manifold.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Engine Compartment Lamp & Windshield Washer ENGINE COMPARTMENT LAMP. (if fitted) Engine compartment lamp is provided to illuminate the engine compartment. A push - pull type switch is provided to operate the lamp. Push-Pull Switch Do not forget to switch 'OFF' the engine compartment lamp before closing the bonnet.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Air Filter AIR FILTER. The air filter element should be periodically cleaned. Replace the air filter element with a new one, if necessary. Always use a genuine air filter element. The air filter is located on the LH side of the engine compartment. Replacement of Air Filter Element. a) Remove the cover of the air filter, by loosening the screws.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Engine Cooling System ENGINE COOLING SYSTEM. If engine overheating occurs, there could be a fault in the cooling system which may be due to. 1. Insufficient coolant in the cooling system or dirt/scales having accumulated inside the cooling water passages especially in the radiator core.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Engine Cooling System Replacing Engine Coolant. The cooling system should be completely drained and refilled with new coolant at specified intervals 1. Touch the engine and radiator only after ensuring that they are cold. 2. Remove the auxiliary tank cap. 3.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Engine Oil & Oil Filter Changing of Engine Oil and Oil Filter. Change the oil and oil filter cartridge at specified intervals (Engine oil and oil filter cartridge may be changed earlier if the car is operating in Oil Filler Cap sandy/dusty conditions).

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Engine Oil & Oil Filter 7. Fill recommended quantity of fresh engine oil in the crank case and secure the oil filler cap in its place. 8. Start the engine and run for a few minutes. Do not heat up the engine.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Engine Belt Tension Crankshaft Belt Tension. Pulley Check the condition of belts on the engine. Examine the edges of the belt for cracks or fraying. Check the tension of the belt by pushing on it with your thumb midway between the pulleys for the alternator belt, power steering pump belt Alternator and A.C.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Fuel Filter Changing Fuel Filter Element. The fuel filter is transparent and located near the fuel tank (under the body). Inspect and replace the fuel filter at specified intervals. Replace the fuel filter if dirt is observed in it. The fuel filter should be replaced at any Authorised Service outlet as the fuel system is under pressure and petrol can spurt out from fuel line connections.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Fuel Filling Cap FUEL FILLING CAP. The fuel filler cap is located on the left rear side of the car. The fuel filler lid can be unlocked by pulling the opening lever located on the out- board side of the driver's seat and locked by simply closing the lid.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Transaxle Transaxle Oil. Checking of Oil Level. 1. Clean the oil level plug and the surrounding area. 2. Remove the oil level plug and check whether oil is dripping out. The oil level must not be below the filler plug. Add oil to bring it to the required level.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Clutch & Brakes CLUTCH. X X X X X Your car is provided with a single plate dry friction diaphragm type, pre-loaded release bearing clutch which is mechanically actuated by a cable connecting the clutch pedal & the clutch release lever. There is no free play in the system and hence no clutch pedal free play adjustment is required although the clutch pedal height from the floor has to be adjusted as clutch lining wears.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Clutch & Brakes NOTE. Vacuum Assistance. The hydraulic brake system of your car is assisted by a vacuum booster which reduced the effort of driver during braking. In the unlikely event of disruption in supply of vacuum to the booster (e.g.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Clutch & Brakes Wait for 3-4 seconds before next stroke. Repeat until bubbles stop emanating from bleed tube. Close bleed screw immediately after the last downward stroke of pedal and hold pedal. Rear Front Tighten bleed screw and remove tube. 10.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Clutch & Brakes Brake and clutch pedal adjustment. 1. Ensure that clutch pedal height is the same as the brake pedal height. 2. Connect the front end of the clutch cable to the clutch release lever and adjust the cable by setting the nut by hand so as to get clutch pedal height same as brake pedal height, and cable is tight.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Brake Fluid & Power Steering Brake Fluid. Check the level of brake fluid in the brake fluid container. It should be between the Min. and Max. marks. Brake Fluid Container If not, then add brake fluid. Clean the area surrounding the cap before opening the cap.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Power Steering Procedure for Oil Filling and Bleeding of Power Steering (Ensure that the Power Steering fluid reservoir is clean before starting any work) 1. Fill the reservoir till it is nearly full, when the system is newly installed otherwise fill up to 'Max' mark on reservoir.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Power Steering 6. Once the system is bled properly and free from foaming, there should not be any appreciable change in the oil level in the reservoir, when the engine is started or stopped repeatedly. 7. Now the car is ready to be driven. Final oil level should be upto 'Max' mark of reservoir.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Battery BATTERY. Coat the terminal with petroleum jelly to prevent future corrosion. Check the battery for proper electrolyte level and corrosion Use a proper wrench to loosen and remove cables from the on the terminals. terminals.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Catalytic Converter Catalytic Converter. The catalytic converter is fitted on your car to reduce exhaust pollution. The catalytic converter will quickly heat up after starting to ensure that it operates correctly during the warm up phase of the engine. On a car with a catalytic converter, the fuel tank filler neck is of reduced diameter compatible with standard unleaded petrol supply nozzle.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Spark Plug Avoid • Push start or tow-starting the vehicle. (Use jump leads). • Long (not more than 10 sec.) repeat (not more than 3 times) starting of the Vehicle. Investigate the cause for difficulty in starting & rectify the same.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Carbon Canister Spark Plug Replacement. 1. Clean up any dirt or oil that is collected around the spark plug caps. 2. Pull out the spark plug cables by gripping at the connector. 3. Remove the spark plug with the help of a special socket. 4.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Starting With Jump Leads Starting the Engine with Jump Leads. The engine with a discharged battery may be started by transferring electrical power from a battery in another car. This may be dangerous as any deviation from the following instructions could lead to personal injury resulting from any battery explosion, as well as damage to the electrical systems in both cars.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Wheels & Tyres Connect leads in the order as shown in the sketch. • Do not connect the lead to the negative terminal of the discharged battery. • The connection of the -ve lead point should be as far away from Discharged Body the discharged battery as possible and close to the starter motor.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Wheels & Tyres • Loosen the wheel pins of the wheel to be changed slightly. Keep the spare wheel to be fitted nearby. • Jack up the car by placing the jack at the appropriate location. •.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Wheels & Tyres Wheel Alignment. Correct wheel alignment helps to ensure uniform tyre wear. You should get your car’s wheel alignment checked regularly as per recommendation. In case uneven tyre wear is observed, the vehicle’s wheel alignment should be checked as soon as possible.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Wheels & Tyres Tyres. Check for inflation and condition of your car tyres periodically. Inflation. Check the pressure in the tyres when they are cold. Refer to the tyre information label fitted on the driver side doorpost for correct cold tyre pressure.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Wheels & Tyres You should look for. Tyre Rotation • Bumps or bulges in the tread or the side of the tyre. Replace the tyre if you find either of these conditions. • Cuts, splits or cracks in the side of the tyre. Replace the tyre if you notice this on the fabric or cord.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Wheels & Tyres Ensure that balancing weights are not disturbed during removal of tyres. Check the balance weight prior to the removal of the tyre. If found loose, mark its location on the rim & refit properly. Balance the wheel after every dismantling and assembly of tyre on the wheel rim.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Electricals LOCATION OF FUSE BOX & RELAYS Fuses & Relays. The electrical circuits in your car have fuses to protect the wiring from accidental short circuit or sustained overload. Fuses and relays are located at 3 locations in your car as shown in the sketch. Circuit connected through fuses and relays and the amperage of the fuse is printed on the fuse box covers.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Electricals Head Lamps. The head lamps are provided with halogen lamps of H4 type with double filament for providing straight ahead illumination of the road for long distance or a dip beam which illuminates the road immediately ahead for short distance visibility.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Electricals Head Lamp Bulb Replacement. • Switch 'OFF' the head lamps & ensure that the bulb is not hot. • Open the bonnet and remove the lamp connector from the head lamp bulb. • Remove rubber cap. Unlock the locking clip and take out the bulb from the holder.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Car Care CAR CARE. The car is subjected to many external influences such as climate, road conditions, industrial pollution and proximity to the sea. These conditions demand regular care of the car body. Dirt, insects, bird droppings, oil, grease, fuel and stone chippings should be removed as soon as possible.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Car Care Cleaning of Windows, Front & Rear Glass. Inflate the tyres to 0.5 bar above the normal specified pressure and check it at regular intervals. Clean the windows inside and outside with commercially Check the battery charge every six weeks. available glass cleaners.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Car Care FOLLOWING GUIDELINES WILL HELP YOU TO BETTER PROPER PARKING. PROTECT YOUR CAR FROM CORROSION Always park your car in shade to protect it from harsh sunlight or in a well-ventilated garage so that there is no dampness on PROPER CLEANING. any part of the car.

MAINTENANCE & CAR CARE Car Care WAXING. 4. Avoid driving on gravel roads, as the possibility of paint chip off due to the impact of stones is high. If you are driving on Waxing and polishing is recommended to maintain the gloss freshly tarred road, check immediately afterwards for any and wet-look appearance of your paint finish.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS • ENGINE • CLUTCH • TRANSAXLE • BRAKES • STEERING SYSTEM • ELECTRICAL / SUSPENSION.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Engine These tips are given for your guidance. These preliminary jobs are to be carried out in an emergency. In normal cases the problems should be attended to in an Authorised Service outlet by following the repair procedures given in the Workshop Manual. SR.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Engine SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Poor pickup Accelerator cable loose Get it adjusted correctly • Air in the fuel system Remove the air • Clogged fuel filter Clean / Replace the element •.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Engine/Clutch SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Check engine lamp continues Some faults are detected by the Get the vehicle checked and to glow, even after start fuel injection & ignition system rectified at Authorised Workshop.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Transaxle SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN CLUTCH • Clutch slipping Improper pedal travel Adjust pedal travel • Rusted clutch cable Replace cable • Oil on clutch disc Clean or replace disc at Authorised Service outlet •.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Brakes SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Damaged clutch pressure plate Replace clutch cover/disc • Worn synchrocones Replace • Worn dog teeth on sleeve or gear Replace sleeve or gear • Distorted shift shaft/Linkages Replace •.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Steering System SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN • One side brake pipe clogged Get the brake line cleaned • Defective tandem master cylinder Rectify/Replace tandem master cylinder • Brake Squeal Defective brake lining Replace •.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Electrical/Suspension SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN ELECTRICAL • Battery charge & engine oil Battery terminal loose or Check connections pressure lamp in cluster not disconnected • operating when key is in 'IGN' Battery completely dead Get the battery properly position.

EMERGENCY SERVICE TIPS Suspension SR. NO. PROBLEM OBSERVED PROBABLE CAUSE ACTION TO BE TAKEN • Wobbly wheel or tyre Replace wheel or tyre • Defective tyre Replace tyre • Hub play not proper Adjust hub play • Brake grabbing Check and rectify •.

IMPORTANT INFORAMTION • AGGREGATE NUMBERS • FUEL, COOLANTS & LUBRICANTS • TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS • SERVICE SCHEDULE • CAR RECORD SHEET.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Aggregate Numbers LOCATION OF AGGREGATE NUMBERS Chassis Number Engine Number Transaxle Number Chassis Number Plate.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Fuel, Coolants & Lubricants Filler Neck Vehicles with catalytic converter. Unleaded regular grade petrol conforming to IS 2796-1994/ DIN 51607 (or equivalent) and RON not less than 87 is Small Dia. Filler Hole recommended to be used as fuel. Do not use leaded petrol in a car fitted with catalytic converter.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Fuel, Coolants & Lubricants Brand names. Power Steering. As per chart given in the manual. ATF Type A, Suffix A Transaxle. Coolants. Use recommended brand of EP 80 gear oil. Presence of dirt in the coolant chokes up passages in the Grease for axle bearings. radiator, cylinder head and cylinder block, thereby causing insufficient cooling of engine.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Fuel, Lubricants & Coolants PLEASE USE ONLY GENUINE ENGINE OILS, COOLANTS, LUBRICANTS, ANTI RUST & SOUND DEADENING COATS, WINDSCREEN SEALANT, ADHESIVES & FUEL ADDITIVES BRANDED BY TATA MOTORS FOR OPTIMUM PERFORMANCE OF YOUR TATA INDICA PETROL. ITEM COMPANY.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Technical Specifications ENGINE CLUTCH Type Single plate dry Model Tata 475 MPFI friction diaphragm type Type Water cooled, Outside diameter 190 mm (Multi Point Injection) of clutch lining Petrol Engine Friction area 285 sq.cm. No of cylinders 4 inline TRANSAXLE Front wheel drive through Bore/Stroke.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Technical Specifications BS - II BS - III STEERING Gear ratios 3.42 3.64 Li & LEi with A.C. 1) Manual Rack & Pinion 1.95 1.95 Version Steering Gear with 1.36 1.275 collapsible steering column 0.95 0.878 0.77 0.714 LSi, LGi &.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Technical Specifications WHEELS & TYRES 12. PERFORMANCE (kmph) Tyres 165/65 R13 Max. speed at rated. Wheel rims 4.50 J x 13 stylised steel rims No. of wheels Front - 2 Rear - 2 13. MAIN CHASSIS DIMENSIONS AS PER ISO:612 IN MM Spare - 1 (Nominal) TOLERANCES AS PER INTEREUROPE STVZO Wheel base.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Technical Specifications Ground clearance - unladen 14. WEIGHT (kg) (TOLERANCE AS PER EEC 92/21) (LSi / LGi) Complete car kerb weight as per ISO:1176 1000 1005 (with spare wheel & tools) Gross Vehicle Weight 1380 1395 1400 1405 Payload 15.

Workshop, Tata Motors Authorised Your Car is entitled to four free services (labour only). The free Service Centre (TASC) or Tata Motors service coupons are attached to the sales invoice. Please present Authorised Service Point (TASP). The these coupons to the servicing dealer while availing free services.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Service Schedule FREQUENCY OPERATION IN KM Wash and clean the car At every service x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x PETROL ENGINE (475 MPFI) Clean air filter 10000 Replace air filter element.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Service Schedule FREQUENCY OPERATION IN KM Check parking brakes and cable for play/ damage, adjust / replace if necessary 10000 Check brake discs and pads for wear, replace if necessary 10000 Check brake drums and shoes wear, anchor plate mounting bracket 10000 Check brake master cylinder, wheel cylinder, mounting bolts, caliper &.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Service Schedule FREQUENCY OPERATION IN KM Check tie rods ends (looseness, damage, wear) 10000 Replace power steering sytem oil and oil filter element 80000 ELECTRICAL Check battery electrolyte (level, leakage & charging) 5000 x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x Check wiring harness.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Car Record Sheet Date Km. reading Fuel filled Fuel consumption Remarks / Complaints.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Car Record Sheet Date Km. reading Fuel filled Fuel consumption Remarks / Complaints.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Record of Services Performed Recommended Date Odometer Repair Servicing Recommended Date Odometer Repair Servicing Service reading Order Dealer's Service reading Order Dealer's Signature & Signature & At km. Stamp At km. Stamp PDI Free Labour 50,000 55,000 5,000 * 60,000 10,000 * 15,000 *.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION Record of Services Performed Recommended Date Odometer Repair Servicing Recommended Date Odometer Repair Servicing Service reading Order Dealer's Service reading Order Dealer's Signature & Signature & At km. Stamp At km. Stamp 1,50,000 1,00,000 1,55,000 1,05,000 1,60,000 1,10,000 1,65,000 1,15,000 1,70,000.

Record of Warranty repairs carried out Chassis No._____________________ Odometer Repair Date Particulars of Repair Servicing Dealer's Signature & Stamp reading (km) Order No.

Record of Warranty repairs carried out Chassis No._____________________ Odometer Repair Date Particulars of Repair Servicing Dealer's Signature & Stamp reading (km) Order No.

ABBREVIATIONS Air Conditioning Left Hand TASC Tata Motors Authorised Accessories Service Center TASP Tata Motors Authorised Ampere Maximum Service Point Main Dealer Minimum Branch Volts Bearing Meter per Kilogram Millimeter Watts Mounting Cubic Centimeters Weight Centimeter Number Diagonal PCBU Passenger Car Business Unit.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Aggregate Numbers 124 Digital Clock 45 Gear Shift Lever & Shifting Pattern 24 Air Filter 79 Door Locks 17 Air Flow Pattern 35 Driving Controls CNG 18 Glove Box 42 Driving Controls Diesel 18 Driving on a Rainy Day 68 Hazard Warning 26 Battery 95 Driving Through Water 67.

ALPHABETICAL INDEX Parking 61 Tail Lamp 34 Tailgate opening 51 Parking Brake Indicator 27 Position Lamp Indicator 28 Technical Specification 128 Preparing to drive 62 Temperature Gauge 32 Towing the vehicle 69 Transaxle Oil Change 87 Reading Lamps 46 Turn Signal 26 Rear Seat 48 Tyre Pressure 103 Rear Seat Somersault position 49.

Names & Addresses of Tata Motors – Main Dealerships (MD) – Tata Motors Authorised Service Centres (TASCs) – Tata Motors Authorised Service Points (TASPs) * This list is dated 31st August, 2004 and subject to amendments. Updated list will be available at dealerships and Regional offices.



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