RAM 1500 2WD 2021 Owner's Manual

RAM 1500 2WD 2021 Owner's Manual

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  • Page 1 RAM 1500 20 2 1 OWNER’ S M ANUAL...
  • Page 2 This Owner’s Manual illustrates and describes the operation of features and equipment that are either standard or optional on this vehicle. This manual may also include a description of features and equipment that are no longer available or were not ordered on this vehicle. Please disregard any features and equipment that are no longer available or were not ordered on this vehicle.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ..........................10 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ..................17 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL ............. 104 STARTING AND OPERATING ....................140 MULTIMEDIA ..........................236 SAFETY ............................310 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY ....................373 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE ..................395 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ....................467 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE .....................479 INDEX .............................483...
  • Page 4 INTRODUCTION Power Adjustment (Front Seats) — VEHICLE SECURITY SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED .. 26 If Equipped........... 36 To Arm The System........26 Symbols Key............11 Heated Seats — If Equipped ...... 38 To Disarm The System ........ 26 WARNINGS AND CAUTIONS .......11 Ventilated Seats —...
  • Page 5 Cargo Lights/Trailer Spotter Lights With Power Sliding Rear Window — UNIVERSAL GARAGE DOOR OPENER Bed Lights — If Equipped......56 If Equipped ..........79 (HOMELINK®) — IF EQUIPPED ......49 Battery Saver ..........57 Manual Sliding Rear Window — Before You Begin Programming INTERIOR LIGHTS ..........
  • Page 6 STARTING AND OPERATING SLIDE-IN CAMPERS ..........97 INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DISPLAY.....114 Camper Applications ........97 Instrument Cluster Display Controls..114 STARTING THE ENGINE........140 TRI-FOLD TONNEAU COVER — IF EQUIPPED ..97 Oil Life Reset..........115 Automatic Transmission......141 Display Menu Items........116 Tonneau Cover Components....... 97 AutoPark.............141 Diesel Particulate Filter (DPF) Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Folding For...
  • Page 7 PARKSENSE ACTIVE PARK ASSIST AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION ......154 FUEL SAVER TECHNOLOGY 5.7L ENGINES ONLY — IF EQUIPPED.........175 Ignition Park Interlock .......155 SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED ........195 STOP/START SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED....175 Brake/Transmission Shift Interlock Enabling And Disabling The ParkSense Autostop Mode...........175 System ............155 Active Park Assist System ......196...
  • Page 8 VEHICLE LOADING ..........213 RECREATIONAL TOWING (BEHIND CONNECTED VEHICLE SERVICES — Gross Vehicle Weight Rating (GVWR) ..213 MOTORHOME) ...........230 IF EQUIPPED ............282 Payload............213 Towing This Vehicle Behind Another Is My Vehicle Connected?......282 Gross Axle Weight Rating (GAWR) ....213 Vehicle ............230 Introduction To Connected Vehicle Tire Size ............213 Recreational Towing —...
  • Page 9 OFF-ROAD PAGES — IF EQUIPPED ....307 SAFETY TIPS ............369 TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE......392 Off-Road Pages Status Bar .......307 Transporting Passengers ......369 Two-Wheel Drive Models......393 Vehicle Dynamics........308 Transporting Pets ........369 Four-Wheel Drive Models......393 Accessory Gauge........308 Safety Checks You Should Make Inside Emergency Tow Hooks —...
  • Page 10 TIRES..............443 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS VEHICLE MAINTENANCE ........409 Engine Oil — Gas Engine ......410 Tire Safety Information......443 VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER ....467 Engine Oil Filter..........410 Tires — General Information .....449 BRAKE SYSTEM ..........467 Engine Air Cleaner Filter......411 Tire Types ...........454 WHEEL AND TIRE TORQUE Draining Fuel/Water Separator Filter —...
  • Page 11 CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE WARRANTY INFORMATION ......481 MOPAR® PARTS ..........481 SUGGESTIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICE FOR REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTS ......481 YOUR VEHICLE ..........479 In The 50 United States And Prepare For The Appointment....479 Washington, D.C........481 Prepare A List..........479 In Canada...........481 Be Reasonable With Requests ....479 PUBLICATION ORDER FORMS ......482 IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE ......
  • Page 12: Introduction

    INTRODUCTION Dear Customer, congratulations on the purchase of your new Ram vehicle. Be assured that it represents precision workmanship, distinctive styling, and high quality. This is a specialized utility vehicle. It can go places and perform tasks that are not intended for conventional passenger vehicles. It handles and maneuvers differently from many passenger vehicles both on-road and off-road, so take time to become familiar with your vehicle.
  • Page 13: Symbols Key

    To obtain dimensional and technical specifications for your vehicle, refer ARROW Follow this reference for additional information to the Body Builder’s Guide at https://www.ramtrucks.com/ on a particular feature. ram-commercial/body-builders-guide.html. VEHICLE MODIFICATIONS/ALTERATIONS FOOTNOTE Supplementary and relevant information pertaining to the topic.
  • Page 14: Symbol Glossary

    SYMBOL GLOSSARY Red Warning Lights Some car components have colored labels with symbols indicating Battery Charge Warning Light precautions to be observed when using this component. It is important to Ú page 128 follow all warnings when operating your vehicle. See below for the definition of each symbol Ú...
  • Page 15 Red Warning Lights Yellow Warning Lights Transmission Temperature Warning Light — If Electronic Stability Control (ESC) OFF Warning Equipped Light — If Equipped Ú page 129 Ú page 131 Door Open Warning Light Service LaneSense Warning Light — If Equipped Ú...
  • Page 16 Yellow Warning Lights Yellow Indicator Lights Service Stop/Start System Warning Light Cargo Light On Indicator Light Ú page 133 Ú page 133 Air Suspension Off-Road 1 Indicator Light — If Service 4WD Warning Light — If Equipped Equipped Ú page 133 Ú...
  • Page 17 Yellow Indicator Lights Yellow Indicator Lights Air Suspension Ride Height Lowering Indicator Water In Fuel Indicator Light — If Equipped Light — If Equipped Ú page 135 Ú page 134 Rear Axle Lock Indicator Light Green Indicator Lights Ú page 134 Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Set With Target Light —...
  • Page 18 Green Indicator Lights White Indicator Lights Hill Descent Control (HDC) Indicator Light — If Turn Signal Indicator Lights Equipped Ú page 136 Ú page 137 Cruise Control SET Indicator Light — If Equipped LaneSense Indicator Light — If Equipped With A Premium Instrument Cluster Ú...
  • Page 19: Getting To Know Your Vehicle

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE KEYS 1 — Unlock 2 — LED Light 3 — Lock Your vehicle is equipped with a key fob which 4 — Tailgate Lowering supports Passive Entry, Remote Keyless Entry 5 — Remote Start (RKE), Keyless Enter-N-Go (if equipped), and 6 —...
  • Page 20 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To Lock/Unlock The Doors And Tailgate The following conditions must be met for the NOTE: vehicle to lower remotely: More information on air suspension is provided Push and release the unlock button on the key later in this manual Ú...
  • Page 21 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 1. Remove the emergency key (1) by pushing edge than the left side gap. Pry open the the emergency key release button (2) on right side, and remove the back cover. the side of the key fob, and pulling the 4.
  • Page 22: Sentry Key

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Programming And Requesting Additional electronics. A blank key fob is one that has attempted to start the engine with an invalid key never been programmed. fob. In the event that a valid key fob is used to Key Fobs start the engine but there is an issue with the Programming the key fob may be performed by...
  • Page 23: Ignition Switch

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE IGNITION SWITCH START/STOP ignition button and push to operate the ignition switch. The engine is stopped  -N-G — I EYLESS NTER GNITION Some electrical devices (e.g. central locking,  This feature allows the driver to operate the alarm, etc.) are still available ignition switch with the push of a button as long as the key fob is in the passenger compartment.
  • Page 24: Remote Start - If Equipped (Gasoline)

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE prevent the Keyless Enter-N-Go system from NOTE: WARNING! (Continued) starting the vehicle. Obstructions between the vehicle and key fob may reduce this range. Do not leave the key fob in or near the  Engine starting procedure Ú page 140. ...
  • Page 25: To Exit Remote Start Mode

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To drive the vehicle, push the unlock button, All of the following conditions must be met WARNING! insert the key into the ignition, and turn to the before the engine will remote start: ON/RUN position. Do not start or run an engine in a closed ...
  • Page 26: Remote Start Front Defrost Activation - If

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The Remote Start system will turn the engine off adjust the settings depending on ambient Manual Temperature Control (MTC) — If with another push and release of the Remote conditions. See “Remote Start Comfort Systems Equipped Start button on the key fob, or if the engine is —...
  • Page 27: Activation - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE REMOTE START — IF EQUIPPED (DIESEL) EMOTE TART INDSHIELD IPER EMOTE TART — I CTIVATION QUIPPED All of the following conditions must be met This system uses the key fob to start before the engine will remote start: the engine conveniently from outside When the Remote Start system is active and the the vehicle while still maintaining...
  • Page 28: Vehicle Security System - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Grab the Passive Entry door handle to unlock YSTEM  WARNING! the door Ú page 28. Follow these steps to arm the Vehicle Security Do not start or run an engine in a closed  Cycle the ignition out of the OFF position to system: ...
  • Page 29: Rearming Of The System

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE DOORS The Vehicle Security system is designed to WARNING! protect your vehicle. However, you can create conditions where the system will give you a false ANUAL OCKS For personal security and safety in the  event of a collision, lock the vehicle doors alarm.
  • Page 30: Power Door Locks - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I If the door lock switch is pushed while the you to lock and unlock the vehicle’s door(s) OWER OCKS QUIPPED ignition is in ACC or ON/RUN and the driver's without having to push the key fob lock or The power door lock switches are located on door is open, the doors will not lock.
  • Page 31 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To Unlock From The Driver Or Passenger Side All doors will unlock when the front When the tailgate transitions from open to   passenger door handle is grabbed regardless closed and remote start is active. With a valid Passive Entry key fob within 5 ft of the driver’s door unlock preference (1.5 m) of the door handle, grab the handle to...
  • Page 32: Automatic Unlock Doors On Exit

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — NOTE: UTOMATIC NLOCK OORS QUIPPED After pushing the door handle button, you  must wait two seconds before you can lock or The doors will unlock automatically on vehicles unlock the doors, using either Passive Entry with power door locks after the following door handle.
  • Page 33: Child-Protection Door Lock System

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE using the outside door handle even though open a door with the internal handle. Once the HILD ROTECTION the inside door lock is in the unlocked posi- Child-Protection Door Lock system is engaged, — R YSTEM OORS tion.
  • Page 34: Heated Steering Wheel - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE downward as desired. To lengthen or shorten the operator turns it off. The heated steering WARNING! (Continued) the steering column, pull the steering wheel wheel may not turn on when it is already warm. outward or push it inward as desired. To lock Do not place anything on the steering wheel ...
  • Page 35: Programming The Memory Feature

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The driver memory settings switch is located on 1. Place the vehicle’s ignition in the ON/RUN NOTE: the driver door, next to the door handle, and position (do not start the engine). Before programming your key fob you must consists of three buttons: select the “Personal Settings Linked to Key 2.
  • Page 36: Memory Position Recall

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Manual Front Seat Forward/Rearward EMORY OSITION ECALL WARNING! (Continued) Adjustment NOTE: Do not allow people to ride in any area of  Both front seats are adjustable forward or If a recall is attempted when the vehicle is not in your vehicle that is not equipped with seats rearward.
  • Page 37 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE WARNING! Adjusting a seat while driving may be  dangerous. Moving a seat while driving could result in loss of control which could cause a collision and serious injury or death. Seats should be adjusted before fastening ...
  • Page 38: Manual Adjustment (Rear Seats)

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: ANUAL DJUSTMENT EATS This feature is not available if vehicle is equipped with rear bench seat. WARNING! Do not pile luggage or cargo higher than the WARNING! top of the seatback. This could impair Do not ride with the seatback reclined so that visibility or become a dangerous projectile in the shoulder belt is no longer resting against...
  • Page 39 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Tilting The Seat Up Or Down WARNING! (Continued) The angle of the seat cushion can be adjusted Do not ride with the seatback reclined so  up or down using the power seat switch. The that the shoulder belt is no longer resting front of the seat cushion will move in the against your chest.
  • Page 40: Heated Seats - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I When you remove the key fob from the igni- Front Heated Seats — If Equipped  EATED EATS QUIPPED tion, the driver’s seat will move to a position The front heated seats control buttons are 0.3 inches (7.7 mm) forward of the rear stop WARNING! located within the Uconnect system.
  • Page 41: Ventilated Seats - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I Rear Heated Seats — If Equipped Rear Ventilated Seats — If Equipped ENTILATED EATS QUIPPED On some models, the two rear outboard seats If equipped, the two outboard rear seats will Front Ventilated Seats may be equipped with heated seats.
  • Page 42: Head Restraints

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Front Head Restraints To adjust the head restraint forward, pull the ESTRAINTS top of the head restraint toward the front of the Your vehicle is equipped with front four-way Head restraints are designed to reduce the risk vehicle as desired and release.
  • Page 43: Uconnect Voice Recognition

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE UCONNECT VOICE RECOGNITION WARNING! All occupants, including the driver, should NTRODUCING OICE ECOGNITION  not operate a vehicle or sit in a vehicle’s Start using Uconnect Voice Recognition with seat until the head restraints are placed in these helpful quick tips.
  • Page 44: Basic Voice Commands

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE If you see the NAV icon on the bottom bar or in the Apps menus of your 8.4-inch touchscreen, you have the Uconnect 4C NAV system. If not, you have a Uconnect 4C with 8.4-inch display system.
  • Page 45: Get Started

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE For Uconnect system support, call TARTED 1-877-855-8400 (24 hours a day 7 days a VR button is used to activate /deactivate week) or visit DriveUconnect.com (US) or your Voice Recognition system. DriveUconnect.ca (Canada). Helpful hints for using Voice Recognition: DRIVER ADJUSTABLE PEDALS —...
  • Page 46: Mirrors

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE MIRRORS Further small adjustments may be necessary  to find the best possible seat/pedal position. NSIDE EARVIEW IRROR For vehicles equipped with Driver Memory  Settings Ú page 32, you can use your key fob Manual Mirror —...
  • Page 47 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Automatic Dimming Mirror — If Equipped 3 — Left Scroll Button CAUTION! 4 — Right Scroll Button The rearview mirror can be adjusted up, down, To avoid damage to the mirror during clean- left, and right. The mirror should be adjusted to Push the menu button next to the on/off control ing, never spray any cleaning solution directly center on the view through the rear window.
  • Page 48: Outside Mirrors

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Illuminated Vanity Mirror WARNING! To access an illuminated vanity mirror, flip down Vehicles and other objects seen in an outside one of the visors and lift the cover. convex mirror will look smaller and farther away than they really are.
  • Page 49: Outside Automatic Dimming Mirrors - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The power mirror controls consist of mirror The switch for the power folding mirrors is UTSIDE UTOMATIC IMMING select buttons and a four-way mirror control located between the power mirror switches — I IRRORS QUIPPED switch.
  • Page 50: Trailer Towing Mirrors - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I Resetting The Power Folding Outside Mirrors EATED IRRORS QUIPPED You may need to reset the power folding mirrors These mirrors are heated to melt frost if the following occurs: or ice. This feature will be activated whenever you turn on the rear window The mirrors are accidentally blocked while ...
  • Page 51: Universal Garage Door Opener

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE UNIVERSAL GARAGE DOOR OPENER ® To operate HomeLink®, push and release RASING  any of the programmed HomeLink® buttons. HANNELS (HOMELINK®) — IF EQUIPPED These buttons will activate the devices they To erase the channels, follow this procedure: are programmed to with each press of the corresponding HomeLink®...
  • Page 52: Programming Homelink® To A Garage Door Opener

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Rolling Code Devices NOTE: Rolling Code Garage Door Opener Final Steps All HomeLink® buttons are programmed using To determine if your device has a rolling code, a NOTE: this procedure. You do not need to erase all good indicator is its manufacturing date.
  • Page 53: Miscellaneous Device

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ® T Non-Rolling Code Garage Door Opener Final want to program the HomeLink® button to has ROGRAMMING Steps a Rolling Code, or Non-rolling Code. ISCELLANEOUS EVICE 1. Place the ignition in the ON/RUN position, 1. Push and hold the programmed The procedure on how to program HomeLink®...
  • Page 54: Reprogramming A Single Homelink

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE EXTERIOR LIGHTS It may be helpful to unplug the device during the NOTE: cycling process to prevent possible overheating If the indicator light stays on constantly,  of the garage door or gate motor. EADLIGHT WITCH programming is complete and the garage door/device should activate when the Home-...
  • Page 55: Multifunction Lever

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To turn on the headlights, rotate the headlight If a turn signal is activated, the DRL lamp on ULTIFUNCTION EVER  switch clockwise. When the headlight switch is the same side of the vehicle will turn off for The multifunction lever is located on the left the duration of the turn signal activation.
  • Page 56: Flash-To-Pass

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: LASH UTOMATIC EADLIGHTS IPERS The Automatic High Beam Headlamp Control You can signal another vehicle with your If your vehicle is equipped with Automatic  can be turned on or off by selecting “ON” headlights by lightly pulling the multifunction Headlights, it also has this under “Auto Dim High Beams”...
  • Page 57: Headlight Delay

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I If the fog lights are off, one of the fog lights will EADLIGHT ELAY IGHTS QUIPPED illuminate depending on the direction in which To assist when exiting the vehicle, the headlight The fog lights are turned on by rotating the the vehicle is turning.
  • Page 58: Cargo Lights/Trailer Spotter Lights With

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE The cargo light and bed lights (if equipped) will ARGO IGHTS RAILER POTTER turn on for approximately 30 seconds when a — I IGHTS IGHTS key fob unlock button is pushed, as part of the QUIPPED Illuminated Entry feature.
  • Page 59: Battery Saver

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE courtesy and dome lights will turn on. When a Push round puck lens on/off (if equipped ATTERY AVER  door is open and the interior lights are on, and with Dual Pane Sunroof) Timers are set to both the interior and exterior the Dome Defeat button on the overhead NOTE: lights to protect the life of your vehicle’s battery.
  • Page 60: Illuminated Entry

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE With the parking lights or headlights on, rotating The illuminated entry system will not operate if INDSHIELD IPER PERATION the right dimmer control upward will increase the Dome Defeat button on the overhead Intermittent Wipers the brightness of the instrument panel lights.
  • Page 61: Rain Sensing Wipers - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE pushed while in the off position, the wiper will NOTE: NOTE: turn on and cycle approximately three times The mist feature does not activate the washer The Rain Sensing feature will not operate  after the wash knob is released. pump;...
  • Page 62: Climate Controls

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Transmission In NEUTRAL Position — When NOTE:  UTOMATIC LIMATE ONTROL the ignition is ON, and the automatic transmis- Icons and descriptions can vary based upon ESCRIPTIONS UNCTIONS vehicle equipment. sion is in the NEUTRAL position, the Rain Sensing system will not operate until the wiper MAX A/C Button switch is moved, vehicle speed is greater than...
  • Page 63 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Recirculation Button speed and air distribution. AUTO mode is highly Rear Defrost Button recommended for efficiency. Press and release this button on the Press and release the Rear Defrost touchscreen, or push the button on button on the touchscreen, or push You can turn AUTO on in one of two ways: the faceplate, to change the system...
  • Page 64 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Driver And Passenger Temperature Up And SYNC Button Faceplate Down Buttons Press the SYNC button on the The blower speed increases as you turn the touchscreen to toggle the SYNC These buttons provide the driver and passenger blower control knob clockwise from the lowest feature on/off.
  • Page 65: Manual Climate Control Descriptions And Functions

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Panel Mode Floor Mode ANUAL LIMATE ONTROL Air comes from the outlets in the Air comes from the floor outlets. A ESCRIPTIONS UNCTIONS instrument panel. Each of these slight amount of air is directed outlets can be individually adjusted to through the defrost and side window direct the flow of air.
  • Page 66 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE A/C Button can be used when outside conditions, such as Rear Defrost Button smoke, odors, dust, or humidity are present. Push the A/C button to engage the Air Push and release the Rear Defrost Recirculation can be used in all modes except Conditioning (A/C).
  • Page 67: Automatic Temperature Control (Atc)

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Temperature Control Panel Mode Mix Mode Temperature Control regulates the temperature Air comes from the outlets in the Air is directed through the floor, of the air forced through the climate system. instrument panel. Each of these defrost, and side window demister outlets can be individually adjusted to outlets.
  • Page 68: Climate Voice Recognition

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Push the VR button on the steering wheel. After proper amount, type, and concentration of the beep, say one of the following commands: coolant is used. Use of the Air Recirculation It is not necessary to move the temperature ...
  • Page 69 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Cabin Air Filter Activation By Remote Start Operation  CONTROL WEATHER The Climate Control system filters out dust and When the Remote Start is activated and the SETTINGS pollen from the air. Contact an authorized outside ambient temperature is less than Operate in dealer to service your cabin air filter, and to...
  • Page 70: Interior Storage And Equipment

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE INTERIOR STORAGE AND EQUIPMENT If equipped with a covered upper glove compartment, push the release button to open. TORAGE To open the lower glove compartment, pull the release handle. Glove Compartment The glove compartment is located on the WARNING! passenger side of the instrument panel and Do not operate this vehicle with a glove...
  • Page 71 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Pull on the upper handle on the front of the With the upper lid closed, pull on the lower Premium Center Console — If Equipped armrest to raise the cover. The upper storage handle to open the lower storage bin. The lower The premium center console is equipped with area contains a USB power outlet that can be bin contains a power inverter.
  • Page 72 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Overhead Sunglass Storage At the front of the overhead console, a compartment is provided for the storage of one pair of sunglasses. From the closed position, push the door latch to open the compartment. Tandem Doors Open Position Front Bench Seat Storage 1 —...
  • Page 73 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE There is a storage drawer located in the lower Second Row In-Floor Storage Bin — If center of the instrument panel. It can be Equipped released by pushing the access button above it. In-floor storage bins are located in front of the Pull drawer outward to the fully open position.
  • Page 74: Usb/Aux Control

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: NOTE: The front seat may have to be moved forward to The maximum load limit for each hook is 250 lbs fully open the lid. (113 kg). Storage Under Rear Seat — If Equipped To access the storage under the rear seats, unlatch the lock mechanism in the center of the seat base by rotating it to either side, and fold...
  • Page 75 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: and when a phone device is plugged into the Two devices can be plugged in at the same smaller and larger USB ports: time, and both ports will provide charging capa- “A new device is now connected. Previous ...
  • Page 76: Electrical Power Outlets

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE LECTRICAL OWER UTLETS CAUTION! (Continued) The auxiliary 12 Volt (13 Amp) power outlet can Power outlets are designed for accessory  provide power for in-cab accessories designed plugs only. Do not insert any other object in for use with the standard “cigarette lighter”...
  • Page 77: Power Inverter - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE WARNING! CAUTION! (Continued) To avoid serious injury or death: After the use of high power draw accesso-  ries, or long periods of the vehicle not being Only devices designed for use in this type of ...
  • Page 78 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE There is also a second 115 Volt (400 Watts NOTE: To turn on the power outlet, simply plug in the Maximum) power inverter located on the rear of 400 Watts is the maximum for the inverter, not device.
  • Page 79: Wireless Charging Pad - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I The wireless charging pad is equipped with an IRELESS HARGING anti-slip mat, an adjustable cradle to hold your QUIPPED mobile phone in place, and an LED indicator light. NOTE: Using a phone case may interfere with wireless charging.
  • Page 80: Automatic Window Features

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Auto-Up Feature With Anti-Pinch Protection WARNING! WARNING! Lift the window switch up for a short period of Never leave children unattended in a vehicle. There is no anti-pinch protection when the time and release; the window will go up Do not leave the key fob in or near the vehicle window is almost closed.
  • Page 81: Window Lockout Switch

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I — I INDOW OCKOUT WITCH OWER LIDING INDOW ANUAL LIDING INDOW QUIPPED QUIPPED The window lockout switch on the driver's door trim panel allows you to disable the window The switch for the power sliding rear window is A locking device in the center of the window controls on the rear passenger doors.
  • Page 82: Wind Buffeting

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE POWER SUNROOF — IF EQUIPPED UFFETING WARNING! Wind buffeting can be described as the — I Never leave children unattended in a INGLE OWER UNROOF  perception of pressure on the ears or a vehicle, or with access to an unlocked QUIPPED helicopter-type sound in the ears.
  • Page 83 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Opening And Closing The Sunroof NOTE: Sunshade Operation If the sunshade is in the closed position when Express Open/Close The sunshade can be opened manually. Express or Manual Open operation is initiated However, the sunshade will open automatically Push the switch rearward and release it within the sunshade will automatically open to the half as the sunroof opens.
  • Page 84: Dual Pane Power Sunroof - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I Opening And Closing The Sunroof OWER UNROOF WARNING! The sunroof has two programmed automatic QUIPPED Never leave children unattended in a  stops for the sunroof open position; a comfort The power sunroof switches are located on the vehicle, or with access to an unlocked stop position and a full open position.
  • Page 85 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Manual Open/Close If the sunroof is open or vented, the sunshade Manual Open/Close cannot be closed beyond the half open position. To open the sunroof, push and hold the switch Push and hold the sunshade switch rearward, Pushing the sunshade close switch when the rearward to full open.
  • Page 86: Hood

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Venting Sunroof — Express Sunroof Maintenance 2. Reach into the opening beneath the center of the hood and push the safety latch lever Push and release the Vent button within one Use only a non-abrasive cleaner and a soft cloth to the left to release it, before raising the half second and the sunroof will open to the to clean the glass panel.
  • Page 87: To Close The Hood

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE TAILGATE NOTE: LOSE The optional Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Ú page 97 Hoods equipped with gas props are closed from PENING may prevent electronic tailgate release. The the point where the props no longer hold the Tonneau Cover must be removed or folded up The tailgate may be opened by pushing the hood open.
  • Page 88: Tailgate Removal

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Closing CAUTION! Always close the 40 split door first, then close Always check both swing doors are latched  the 60 split door. The swing doors must be before starting vehicle. securely latched before the tailgate can be lowered.
  • Page 89 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 3. Without latching, rotate the tailgate to 4. Let the tailgate rest on the support cables nearly closed. Then, while providing support while having the tailgate naturally slide to the tailgate, slide it slowly to the right, forward on the bumper.
  • Page 90 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 6. Disconnect the wiring harness by pushing 7. Connect the body side plug (provided in the on the two release tabs, ensuring the glove compartment) to the body side wiring connector bracket does not fall into the sill. harness and insert the bracket back into the sill.
  • Page 91: Bed Step - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 10. Raise the tailgate slightly, and remove the WARNING! support cables by releasing the lock tang from the pivot. To avoid inhaling carbon monoxide, which is deadly, the exhaust system on vehicles NOTE: equipped with “Cap or Slide-In Campers” Make sure tailgate is supported by you and/or a should extend beyond the overhanging second person when removing support cables.
  • Page 92: Pickup Box

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE PICKUP BOX You can carry wide building materials (sheets of plywood, etc.) by building a raised load floor. The pickup box has many features designed for Place lumber across the box in the indentations utility and convenience. provided above the wheel housings and in the bulkhead dividers to form the floor.
  • Page 93: Bed Rail Tie-Down System

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE — I Each cleat must be located and tightened down YSTEM WARNING! (Continued) in one of the detents, along either rail, in order QUIPPED to keep cargo properly secure. If you wish to carry more than 600 lbs ...
  • Page 94: Rambox - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Cleat Removal (Standard Box Rail) To remove the cleats from the utility rail, slide the cleat forward to access the cut out at the end of the box rail, then remove the cleat. End Cap Screw Location With Tonneau Cover Pull End Cap Away From Rail Cleat Removal (Without Tonneau Cover) RAMBOX —...
  • Page 95: Locking And Unlocking Rambox

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To open a storage bin with the RamBox OCKING NLOCKING ARGO TORAGE unlocked, push and release the button located Push and release the lock or unlock button on Cargo storage bins are located on both sides of on the lid.
  • Page 96: Rambox Safety Warning

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: The Instrument Panel Power Inverter switch is CAUTION! Provisions are provided in the bins for cargo only found on vehicles equipped with a Leaving the lid open for extended periods of dividers. These accessories (in addition to other RamBox.
  • Page 97: Bed Divider - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE To install the bed divider into a divider position, WARNING! (Continued) perform the following: Do not allow children to have access to the  1. Make sure the center handle is unlocked storage bins. Once in the storage bin, young using the vehicle key and rotate the center children may not be able to escape.
  • Page 98 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 2. With the side gates open, position the divider so the outboard ends align with the intended slots in the sides of the bed. Side Gates Closed Storage Position The outboard ends should be positioned in front 5.
  • Page 99: Slide-In Campers

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE SLIDE-IN CAMPERS TRI-FOLD TONNEAU COVER — IF EQUIPPED The Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover can be installed on AMPER PPLICATIONS the truck bed to protect your gear and cargo. Certain truck models are not recommended for ONNEAU OVER OMPONENTS slide-in campers.
  • Page 100: Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Folding For Driving Or Removal

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ONNEAU OVER OLDING RIVING EMOVAL To remove the Tonneau Cover use the following steps: 1. Open the tailgate to access the rear pair of Tonneau Cover latches located on the underside of the Cover. Position One (Front Latches Latched And Stowage Slide Locking Lever Inward Straps Secured) 2.
  • Page 101 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE Released Position Stowed Position Correct Folding — Hold Panels Together NOTE: When folding the second and third panels, the sections MUST be held together to avoid damage to the cover material. Fold the panel gently. Do not allow the panels to drop under their own weight.
  • Page 102 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE 5. Lift up on the second and third panel and NOTE: fold them onto the first panel. Be sure the Tonneau Cover has been folded completely, and the stowage straps are engaged, before removing. CAUTION! The folded tonneau cover must be latched by both front latches and both front stowage straps or damage to the tonneau cover or...
  • Page 103: Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Installation

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE ONNEAU OVER NSTALLATION To install the Tonneau Cover follow these steps: 1. Position the Tonneau Cover on the truck bed and center using the locating bumpers. 2. Locate the front pair of Tonneau Cover latches on the underside of the Cover. Slide Released Position Slide Locking Lever Towards Inside Of Truck the locking lever toward the inside of the...
  • Page 104 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: Make sure the bumper is in front of the truck flange bead. Released Position Incorrect Folding — Will Cause Damage 3. Swing the J Hook from the handle and push NOTE: the handle to the center and up, ensuring When folding the second and third panels, the that the J Hook is under the truck flange.
  • Page 105: Tri-Fold Tonneau Cover Cleaning

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR VEHICLE NOTE: 9. Pull down on the handle to ensure the Slide 10. Gently pull up on all four corners of the Unfold the panel gently, and do not allow the Locking Lever is fully engaged. Do this for Tonneau Cover to ensure that it is properly panels to drop under their own weight.
  • Page 106: Getting To Know Your Instrument Panel

  • Page 107: Base / Midline Instrument Cluster

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL 5. Speedometer IDLINE NSTRUMENT LUSTER — G ESCRIPTIONS ASOLINE Indicates vehicle speed.  6. Fuel Gauge 1. Tachometer Indicates the engine speed in revolutions The pointer shows the level of fuel in the  ...
  • Page 108 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL WARNING! CAUTION! A hot engine cooling system is dangerous. Driving with a hot engine cooling system You or others could be badly burned by steam could damage your vehicle. If the or boiling coolant. You may want to call an temperature gauge reads “H,”...
  • Page 109: Premium Instrument Cluster - Gasoline

  • Page 110: Descriptions - Gasoline

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL 3. Speedometer REMIUM NSTRUMENT LUSTER WARNING! — G ESCRIPTIONS ASOLINE Indicates vehicle speed.  A hot engine cooling system is dangerous. 4. Fuel Gauge You or others could be badly burned by steam 1. Tachometer or boiling coolant.
  • Page 111: Base / Midline Instrument Cluster - Diesel

  • Page 112: Base / Midline Instrument Cluster

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL IDLINE NSTRUMENT LUSTER WARNING! — D ESCRIPTIONS IESEL A hot engine cooling system is dangerous. You or others could be badly burned by steam 1. Tachometer or boiling coolant. You may want to call an Indicates the engine speed in revolutions ...
  • Page 113 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL 5. Speedometer 7. Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) Gauge The DEF gauge may also not immediately  update after a refill if the temperature of the Indicates vehicle speed. The DEF Gauge displays the actual level ...
  • Page 114: Premium Instrument Cluster - Diesel

  • Page 115: Premium Instrument Cluster Descriptions - Diesel

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL 3. Speedometer capacity in the tank above the Full mark REMIUM NSTRUMENT LUSTER that’s not represented in the gauge. You may — D ESCRIPTIONS IESEL Indicates vehicle speed.  not see any movement in the reading – even after driving up to 2,000 miles in some 4.
  • Page 116: Instrument Cluster Display

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL INSTRUMENT CLUSTER DISPLAY Fuel Economy (show/hide) NSTRUMENT LUSTER ISPLAY  ONTROLS Stop/Start — If Equipped Your vehicle will be equipped with an  instrument cluster display, which offers useful The instrument cluster display features a driver Trip Info (show/hide) ...
  • Page 117: Oil Life Reset

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL And Down Arrow Buttons: Within each submenu layer, the up 1. Without pressing the brake pedal, push the  down arrow buttons will allow the user to ENGINE START/STOP button and place the Using the up or down arrow button allows select the item of interest.
  • Page 118: Display Menu Items

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Oil Life Axle Lock And Sway Bar Status (If ISPLAY TEMS   Equipped): displays front and rear or rear Battery Voltage — If Equipped  Push and release the up or down arrow only axle locker graphic, and sway bar button until the desired selectable menu icon is Gauge Summary —...
  • Page 119 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Feature The ACC screen may display once again if any Current Fuel Economy  ACC activity occurs, which may include any of The instrument cluster display displays the Average Fuel Economy ...
  • Page 120 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Trailer Tow Audio Settings Push and release the up or down arrow Push and release the up or down arrow Head-Up Display (HUD) button until the Trailer Tow menu item is button until the Audio Menu icon/title is NOTE: highlighted in the instrument cluster display.
  • Page 121 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Custom 1: Speed, Speed Limit Screen Setup Driver Selectable Items Trip A Distance   Custom 2: Speed, Speed Limit, Naviga- Trip B Distance Push and release the up or down arrow   tion button until the Settings Menu Icon/Title is Trailer Trip –...
  • Page 122 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Trip A Distance Oil Temperature – If Equipped Oil Life    Trip B Distance Battery Voltage – If Equipped Menu Icon    Trailer Trip – If Equipped Transmission Temperature – If Equipped Lower Left –...
  • Page 123: Diesel Particulate Filter (Dpf)

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Lower Right – If Equipped Favorite Menus Defaults (Restores All Settings To Default Settings) None Speedometer   Cancel  Compass Vehicle Info   Restore  Outside Temp Driver Assist (show/hide) – If Equipped ...
  • Page 124 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Your vehicle has the ability to alert you to Exhaust System — Regeneration In Process Exhaust Filter Full — Power Reduced See   Exhaust Filter XX% Full — This message indi- Dealer — This message indicates the PCM additional maintenance required on your vehicle or engine.
  • Page 125: Displays

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Service DEF System See Dealer Engine Will Not Restart in XXXX mi Refill DEF ISPLAYS   — This message will display when DEF driving Incorrect DEF Detected See Dealer When the appropriate conditions exist, the ...
  • Page 126: Diesel Exhaust Fluid (Def) Fault

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL (DEF) F dealer and have your vehicle serviced imme- displayed when under 1 mile until engine will IESEL XHAUST LUID AULT diately. If not corrected in 30 miles, vehicle not start and each time the vehicle is started, ARNING ESSAGES will enter the “Engine Will not restart in XXX...
  • Page 127: Battery Saver On/Battery Saver Mode Message - Electrical Load Reduction Actions - If Equipped

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL electrical charge at a rate that the charging the capability of charging system. The ATTERY AVER ATTERY AVER system cannot sustain. charging system is still functioning properly. — E ESSAGE LECTRICAL — I NOTE: Turning on all possible vehicle electrical EDUCTION CTIONS...
  • Page 128: Warning Lights And Messages

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL What to do when an electrical load reduction tive trips and the evaluation of the vehicle RUN position and if the driver’s seat belt is and driving pattern did not help to identify the action message is present (“Battery Saver On”...
  • Page 129 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL the brake fluid level is low, or that there is a NOTE: the parking brake is applied or a brake fault is problem with the Anti-Lock Brake System The light may flash momentarily during sharp detected.
  • Page 130 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Engine Coolant Temperature Warning Oil Pressure Warning Light vehicle is safely and completely stopped and the transmission is placed in the PARK position. Light This warning light will illuminate to The light should turn off. If the light remains on indicate low engine oil pressure.
  • Page 131: Yellow Warning Lights

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Electric Power Steering (EPS) Fault Transmission Temperature Warning Light Door Open Warning Light Warning Light — If Equipped This indicator will illuminate when a door is ajar/open and not fully closed. This warning light will turn on when This warning light will illuminate to there's a fault with the EPS system warn of a high transmission fluid...
  • Page 132 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Engine Check/Malfunction Indicator Electronic Stability Control (ESC) Active WARNING! Warning Light (MIL) Warning Light — If Equipped A malfunctioning catalytic converter, as The MIL is a part of an Onboard This warning light will indicate when referenced above, can reach higher Diagnostic System called OBD II that the ESC system is Active.
  • Page 133 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Electronic Stability Control (ESC) OFF A single warning chime will sound with Low Fuel by the vehicle manufacturer on the vehicle Warning. placard or tire inflation pressure label. If your Warning Light — If Equipped vehicle has tires of a different size than the size This warning light indicates the ESC is Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Page 134 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Your vehicle has also been equipped with a If the ABS light remains on or turns on while CAUTION! TPMS malfunction indicator to indicate when driving, then the Anti-Lock portion of the brake the system is not operating properly. The TPMS The TPMS has been optimized for the original system is not functioning and service is malfunction indicator is combined with the low...
  • Page 135: Yellow Indicator Lights

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Service Stop/Start System Warning Light — TOW/HAUL Indicator Light ELLOW NDICATOR IGHTS If Equipped This indicator light will illuminate Forward Collision Warning Off Indicator when TOW/HAUL mode is selected. This warning light will illuminate when Light —...
  • Page 136 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Air Suspension Normal Height Indicator Air Suspension Ride Height Lowering the front and rear wheels to rotate at the same speed. Low range provides a greater gear Light— If Equipped Indicator Light— If Equipped reduction ratio to provide increased torque at This light will illuminate when the air This light will blink and alert the driver...
  • Page 137: Green Indicator Lights

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Wait To Start Light — If Equipped Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Set With No CAUTION! Target Detected Indicator Light — If This indicator light will illuminate for The presence of water in the fuel system Equipped approximately two seconds when the circuit may cause severe damage to the...
  • Page 138: White Indicator Lights

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Front Fog Indicator Light — If Equipped Cruise Control SET Indicator Light — If HITE NDICATOR IGHTS Equipped With Premium Instrument This indicator light will illuminate Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) Ready Light Cluster Display when the front fog lights are on.
  • Page 139: Blue Indicator Lights

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL Hill Descent Control (HDC) Indicator Light If any of these systems require service, the OBD NDICATOR IGHTS II system will turn on the Malfunction Indicator — If Equipped High Beam Indicator Light Light (MIL). It will also store diagnostic codes This indicator shows when the HDC and other information to assist your service This indicator light will illuminate to...
  • Page 140: Onboard Diagnostic System (Obd Ii) Cybersecurity

    GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL EMISSIONS INSPECTION AND 1. Cycle the ignition switch to the ON position, NBOARD IAGNOSTIC YSTEM but do not crank or start the engine. (OBD II) C YBERSECURITY MAINTENANCE PROGRAMS NOTE: Your vehicle is required to have OBD II and a In some localities, it may be a legal requirement If you crank or start the engine, you will have to connection port to allow access to information...
  • Page 141 GETTING TO KNOW YOUR INSTRUMENT PANEL If your OBD II system is not ready, you should see an authorized dealer or repair facility. If your vehicle was recently serviced or had a battery failure or replacement, you may need to do nothing more than drive your vehicle as you normally would in order for your OBD II system to update.
  • Page 142: Starting And Operating

    STARTING AND OPERATING STARTING THE ENGINE WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) GASOLINE ENGINE Before exiting a vehicle, always come to a Do not leave the key fob in or near the   complete stop, then shift the automatic vehicle, or in a location accessible to chil- Before starting your vehicle, adjust your seat, dren, and do not leave the ignition of a transmission into PARK and apply the...
  • Page 143: Automatic Transmission

    STARTING AND OPERATING as the primary method by which the driver shifts WARNING! (Continued) CAUTION! (Continued) the vehicle into PARK. Do not leave the key fob in or near the If the “Water in Fuel Indicator Light”   The conditions under which AutoPark will vehicle, or in a location accessible to chil- remains on, DO NOT START engine before engage are outlined on the following pages.
  • Page 144 STARTING AND OPERATING If the vehicle is not in PARK and the driver turns Vehicle speed is 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h) or less  WARNING! off the engine, the vehicle may AutoPark. Driver’s seat belt is unbuckled  If vehicle speed is above 1.2 mph (1.9 km/h), AutoPark will engage when all of these the transmission will default to NEUTRAL until Driver’s door is ajar...
  • Page 145: Tip Start Feature

    STARTING AND OPERATING ALWAYS DO A VISUAL CHECK that your vehicle 3. The system starts the vehicle. If the vehicle a “Vehicle Not In Park” message and the is in PARK by looking for the "P" in the fails to start, the starter will disengage engine will remain running.
  • Page 146: Normal Starting Using Engine Start/Stop Button - Diesel Engine

    STARTING AND OPERATING 3. Push the ENGINE START/STOP button a ignition button/key once the engine is running WARNING! (Continued) second time to place the ignition to the RUN smoothly. mode. Do not attempt to push or tow your vehicle  If the engine shows no sign of starting after a to get it started.
  • Page 147 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: To Turn Off The Engine Using ENGINE START/ the engine will shut off and the ignition will A delay of the start, up to five seconds is STOP Button remain in the ACC position. If vehicle speed possible under very cold conditions.
  • Page 148: Cold Weather Operation (Below -22°F Or −30°C)

    STARTING AND OPERATING Malfunction Indicator Light (MIL) is off. EATHER PERATION ELOW  WARNING! (Continued) –22°F O −30°C) Engine Oil Pressure telltale is not illuminated.  When leaving the vehicle, always make  To ensure reliable starting at these sure the wireless ignition node is in the Voltmeter operation: ...
  • Page 149 STARTING AND OPERATING Fuel Operating Range NOTE: Use “Ultra Low Sulfur Diesel Fuels (ULSD)” ONLY. Fuel Operating Range Chart *Number 1 ULSD Fuel should only be used where extended arctic conditions below (0°F/-18°C) exist.
  • Page 150: Engine Idling

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: Winter Front Cover Engine Warm-Up Avoid full throttle operation when the engine is Use of Climatized ULSD Fuel or Number  cold. When starting a cold engine, bring the 1 ULSD Fuel results in a noticeable decrease engine up to operating speed slowly to allow the in fuel economy.
  • Page 151 STARTING AND OPERATING Idle Time (min.) Before Engine Driving Condition Load Turbocharger Temperature Shutdown Stop and Go Empty Cool None Stop and Go Medium Highway Speeds Medium Warm City Traffic Maximum GCWR Highway Speeds Maximum GCWR Uphill Grade Maximum GCWR NOTE: NOTE: Do Not Operate The Engine With Failed...
  • Page 152: Engine Block Heater - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING ENGINE BLOCK HEATER — IF EQUIPPED To ensure reliable starting at these While cruising, brief full-throttle acceleration temperatures, use of an externally powered within the limits of local traffic laws contributes electric engine block heater (available from an to a good break-in.
  • Page 153: Engine Break-In Recommendations

    STARTING AND OPERATING ENGINE BREAK-IN RECOMMENDATIONS — anticipated climate conditions under which The parking brake switch is located on the vehicle operations will occur. For the instrument panel to the left of the steering DIESEL ENGINE recommended viscosity and quality grades wheel (below the headlamp switch).
  • Page 154 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: NOTE: WARNING! (Continued) The EPB fault light will illuminate if the EPB When parking on a hill, it is important to turn the switch is held for longer than 20 seconds in front wheels toward the curb on a downhill Do not leave the key fob in or near the ...
  • Page 155 STARTING AND OPERATING If exceptional circumstances should make it In the unlikely event of a malfunction of the EPB The parking brake will automatically engage if necessary to engage the parking brake while system, a yellow EPB fault light will illuminate. all of the following conditions are met: the vehicle is in motion, maintain upward This may be accompanied by the BRAKE telltale...
  • Page 156: Automatic Transmission

    STARTING AND OPERATING Fortunately, actuator retraction can be done WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) easily by entering the Brake Service Mode through the Uconnect Settings in your vehicle. You can be badly injured working on or The transmission may not engage PARK if ...
  • Page 157: Ignition Park Interlock

    STARTING AND OPERATING the transmission in PARK. This system also WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) locks the transmission in PARK whenever the ignition is in the OFF mode. Unintended movement of a vehicle could Do not leave the key fob in or near the ...
  • Page 158: Eight-Speed Automatic Transmission

    STARTING AND OPERATING The electronically-controlled transmission IGHT PEED UTOMATIC adapts its shift schedule based on driver inputs, RANSMISSION along with environmental and road conditions. The transmission is controlled using a rotary The transmission electronics are electronic gear selector located on the self-calibrating;...
  • Page 159 STARTING AND OPERATING When parking on a hill, apply the parking brake WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) before shifting the transmission to PARK. As an added precaution, turn the front wheels toward Your vehicle could move and injure you and Unintended movement of a vehicle could ...
  • Page 160 STARTING AND OPERATING With brake pedal released, verify that the  CAUTION! WARNING! (Continued) gear selector will not move out of PARK. Towing the vehicle, coasting, or driving for any Do not leave the key fob in or near the ...
  • Page 161 STARTING AND OPERATING During extremely cold temperatures (-22°F In the event of a momentary problem, the NOTE: [-30°C] or below), transmission operation may transmission can be reset to regain all forward Even if the transmission can be reset, we be modified depending on engine and gears by performing the following steps: recommend that you visit an authorized dealer at your earliest possible convenience.
  • Page 162 STARTING AND OPERATING When to Use TOW/HAUL Mode The “TOW/HAUL Indicator Light” will illuminate in the instrument cluster to indicate that TOW/ Select TOW/HAUL mode when driving in HAUL mode has been activated. Pushing the conditions such as: driving in hilly areas, towing switch a second time restores normal a trailer, carrying a heavy load, etc.
  • Page 163: Four-Wheel Drive Operation - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING FOUR-WHEEL DRIVE OPERATION — IF the vehicle in 2WD will have greater fuel WARNING! economy benefits as the front axle is not EQUIPPED engaged in 2WD. You or others could be injured or killed if  you leave the vehicle unattended with the Four-Wheel Drive High Range (4WD HIGH) —...
  • Page 164 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: 3. When the shift is complete, the indicator WARNING! light for the selected position will stop The 4WD High and 4WD Low positions are  flashing and remain on. Always engage the parking brake when designed for loose, slippery road surfaces powering down the vehicle if the “SVC 4WD only.
  • Page 165: Five-Position Electronically Shifted Transfer Case - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING Shifting Procedure Four-Wheel Drive High Range (4WD HIGH) —  This range provides torque to the front drive- If any of the requirements to select a new  shaft (engages four-wheel drive) which allows transfer case position have not been met, front and rear wheels to spin at the same then the transfer case will not shift.
  • Page 166 STARTING AND OPERATING positions on dry hard surfaced roads may If the transfer case does not shift into the WARNING! cause increased tire wear and damage to the desired position, one or more of the following You or others could be injured or killed if driveline components.
  • Page 167: Active-Level Four Corner Air

    STARTING AND OPERATING Shifting Procedure WARNING! If any of the requirements to select a new  Always engage the parking brake when transfer case position have not been met, powering down the vehicle if the “SVC 4WD then the transfer case will not shift. The posi- Warning Light”...
  • Page 168 STARTING AND OPERATING height selector switch up once from the NRH Speed thresholds for raising the vehicle only  CAUTION! position while the vehicle speed is below apply if Automatic Aero Mode is enabled. 35 mph (56 km/h). When in the OR1 posi- If the vehicle is in OFFROAD1 or OFFROAD2 To enter Aero Mode manually push the height tion, if the vehicle speed remains between...
  • Page 169: Air Suspension Modes

    STARTING AND OPERATING to Normal Height Mode, push the height This system uses a lifting and lowering pattern USPENSION ODES selector switch up once while in Entry/Exit or which keeps the headlights from incorrectly The air suspension system has multiple modes drive the vehicle over 15 mph (24 km/h).
  • Page 170: Instrument Cluster Display Messages

    STARTING AND OPERATING Wheel Alignment Mode height selector switch can be pushed up PERATION multiple times, each push will raise the Before performing a wheel alignment, this requested level by one position up to a mode must be enabled Ú page 237. maximum position of OR2 or the highest Protection Strategy position allowed based on current conditions...
  • Page 171: Active-Level Four Corner Air

    STARTING AND OPERATING Off-Road 2 (OR2) – Indicator lamps 5, 4, 3, Transport Mode – No indicator lamps will be   2 and 1 will be illuminated when the vehicle illuminated. Transport Mode is disabled by is in OR2. driving the vehicle.
  • Page 172 STARTING AND OPERATING OR, if the vehicle speed exceeds 25 mph NOTE: below 15 mph (24 km/h) the vehicle height (40 km/h) the vehicle height will be automat- will begin to lower. If the vehicle speed The vehicle will automatically enter Aero ...
  • Page 173: Air Suspension Modes

    STARTING AND OPERATING This system uses a lifting and lowering pattern Protection Strategy USPENSION ODES which keeps the headlights from incorrectly In order to “protect” the air suspension system, The Air Suspension system has multiple modes shining into oncoming traffic. When raising the the vehicle will disable load leveling as required to protect the system in unique situations: vehicle, the rear of the vehicle will move up first...
  • Page 174: Operation

    STARTING AND OPERATING maximum position of OR or the highest position Aero Mode – Indicator lamps 4 and 3 will be PERATION  illuminated when the vehicle is in this posi- allowed based on current conditions (i.e. vehicle speed, etc). tion.
  • Page 175: Axle Lock System - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING AXLE LOCK SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED Operating the locker in 2WD, 4WD AUTO, and CAUTION! 4WD LOCK/HIGH, the locker can be engaged up This vehicle is equipped with an electronically Do not lock the rear axle on hard surfaced to 20 mph (32 km/h).
  • Page 176: Limited-Slip Differential - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING LIMITED-SLIP DIFFERENTIAL — IF If the steering icon is displayed and the “POWER WARNING! STEERING SYSTEM OVER TEMP” message is EQUIPPED When servicing vehicles equipped with a displayed on the instrument cluster screen, this limited-slip or locking differential never run indicates an over temperature condition in the The limited-slip differential provides additional the engine with one rear wheel off the ground...
  • Page 177: Fuel Saver Technology 5.7L Engines

    STARTING AND OPERATING FUEL SAVER TECHNOLOGY 5.7L ENGINES UTOSTOP OSSIBLE EASONS NGINE UTOSTOP ONLY — IF EQUIPPED The Stop/Start feature is enabled after every normal customer engine start. It will remain in Prior to engine shut down, the system will check This feature offers improved fuel economy by STOP/START NOT READY until you drive many safety and comfort conditions to see if...
  • Page 178: To Start The Engine While In Autostop Mode

    STARTING AND OPERATING TOW/HAUL mode is selected Transfer case is in 4WD LOW   ANUALLY TART YSTEM Accelerator pedal input The emissions system override is present   Excessive 12 Volt loads A Stop/Start system error present   It may be possible to operate the vehicle several Conditions That Force An Automatic Shift To consecutive times in extreme conditions and...
  • Page 179: System

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: ANUALLY 4 — RES/Resume In vehicles equipped with ACC, if an ACC 5 — SET (-)/Decel TART YSTEM distance is not set, Fixed Speed Cruise Control Push the Stop/Start OFF switch (located on the NOTE: will not detect vehicles directly ahead of you. switch bank).
  • Page 180 STARTING AND OPERATING second time. The cruise indicator light will turn To Vary The Speed Setting To Accelerate For Passing off. The system should be turned off when not in To Increase Or Decrease The Set Speed While the Cruise Control is set, press the use.
  • Page 181: Adaptive Cruise Control (Acc) - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING (ACC) — I To Resume Speed Any chassis/suspension or tire size modifica- DAPTIVE RUISE ONTROL  tions to the vehicle will affect the perfor- To resume a previously set speed, push the RES QUIPPED mance of the Adaptive Cruise Control and button and release.
  • Page 182 STARTING AND OPERATING WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) The ACC system: You should switch off the ACC system:  Does not react to pedestrians, When driving in fog, heavy rain, heavy   snow, sleet, heavy traffic, and complex oncoming vehicles, and stationary objects (e.g., a stopped vehicle in a driving situations (i.e., in highway construc- tion zones).
  • Page 183 STARTING AND OPERATING Adaptive Cruise Control Ready Activating Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) When the driver’s seat belt is unbuckled at  low speeds The minimum set speed for the ACC system is When ACC is activated, but the vehicle speed 20 mph (32 km/h).
  • Page 184 STARTING AND OPERATING To Set A Desired ACC Speed If ACC is set when the vehicle speed is below To Cancel 20 mph (32 km/h), the set speed will default to When the vehicle reaches the speed desired, The following conditions cancel the ACC or Fixed 20 mph (20 km/h).
  • Page 185 STARTING AND OPERATING To Turn Off NOTE: U.S. Speed (mph) The system will turn off and clear the set speed Pushing the SET (+), or SET (-) button once  While in ACC mode when the vehicle comes  in memory if: will result in a 1 mph speed adjustment.
  • Page 186 STARTING AND OPERATING When An ACC Distance Is Also Set: Setting The Following Distance In ACC To increase the distance setting, push the Distance Increase button and release. Each The specified following distance for Adaptive When you use the SET (-) button to decel- ...
  • Page 187 STARTING AND OPERATING The maximum braking applied by ACC is limited; This additional acceleration is triggered when WARNING! however, the driver can always apply the brakes the driver utilizes the left turn signal and will manually, if necessary. only be active when passing on the left hand When the ACC system is resumed, the driver side.
  • Page 188 STARTING AND OPERATING and snow, or tunnels with reflective tiles). The Do not attach or install any accessories near “Clean Front Windshield” Warning  the sensor, including transparent material. ACC system will recover after the vehicle has left The “ACC/FCW Limited Functionality Clean these areas.
  • Page 189 STARTING AND OPERATING If weather conditions are not a factor, the driver Precautions While Driving With ACC Offset Driving should examine the windshield and the camera ACC may not detect a vehicle in the same lane NOTE: located on the back side of the inside rear view that is offset from your direct line of travel, or a mirror.
  • Page 190 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: On tight turns ACC performance may be limited. ACC Hill Example Lane Changing Example Lane Changing Narrow Vehicles Turn Or Bend Example ACC may not detect a vehicle until it is Some narrow vehicles traveling near the outer completely in the lane in which you are edges of the lane or edging into the lane are not Using ACC On Hills...
  • Page 191: Parksense Front/Rear Park Assist

    STARTING AND OPERATING Stationary Objects And Vehicles maneuver). If your vehicle is equipped with the The automatic braking function may not be  automatic braking function, the vehicle brakes applied fast enough for obstacles that move ACC does not react to stationary objects and toward the rear of the vehicle from the left may be automatically applied and released stationary vehicles.
  • Page 192: Parksense Sensors

    STARTING AND OPERATING For limitations of this system and usage ENSE ENSORS ENSE ISPLAY precautions, see Ú page 194. The four ParkSense sensors (six if equipped The warning display will turn on indicating the ParkSense will retain the last system state with Active Parksense), located in the front system status when the vehicle is in REVERSE (enabled or disabled) from the last ignition cycle...
  • Page 193 STARTING AND OPERATING Front/Rear ParkSense Arcs 1 — No Tone/Solid Arc 6 — Fast Tone/Flashing Arc 2 — No Tone/Flashing Arc 7 — Fast Tone/Flashing Arc 3 — Fast Tone/Flashing Arc 8 — Slow Tone/Solid Arc 4 — Continuous Tone/Solid Arc 9 —...
  • Page 194 STARTING AND OPERATING WARNING ALERTS FOR REAR Greater than Less than Rear Distance 79-59 inches 59-47 inches 47-39 inches 39-25 inches 25-12 inches 79 inches 12 inches (inches/cm) (200-150 cm) (150-120 cm) (120-100 cm) (100-65 cm) (65-30 cm) (200 cm) (30cm) Audible Alert Single 1/2...
  • Page 195: Enabling And Disabling Front And/Or Rear Parksense

    STARTING AND OPERATING Front Park Assist Audible Alerts When the gear selector is moved to REVERSE ERVICE ENSE SSIST and the Front or Rear system is disabled, the ParkSense will turn off the Front Park Assist YSTEM instrument cluster display will show a vehicle audible alert (chime) after approximately three During vehicle start up, when the ParkSense graphic with “OFF”...
  • Page 196: Cleaning The Parksense System

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: When you turn Front or Rear ParkSense off, Use the ParkSense switch to turn the Park-   the instrument cluster display will show a Sense system off if obstacles such as bicycle Water from a car wash or road slush in freezing weather may also cause sensors to become vehicle graphic of the Front or Rear Park- carriers, trailer hitches, etc.
  • Page 197: Parksense Active Park Assist System - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING parking maneuver selection, the ParkSense WARNING! CAUTION! Active Park Assist system is capable of Drivers must be careful when backing up ParkSense is only a parking aid and it is maneuvering a vehicle into a parallel or a ...
  • Page 198: Enabling And Disabling The Parksense Active Park Assist System

    STARTING AND OPERATING New vehicles from the dealership must have To enable or disable the ParkSense Active Park NOTE:  at least 30 miles (48 km) accumulated Assist system, push the ParkSense Active Park The ParkSense Active Park Assist system will before the ParkSense Active Park Assist Assist switch once (LED turns on).
  • Page 199: Parallel/Perpendicular Parking Space Assistance Operation

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: system will automatically search for a parking If the vehicle is driven above approximately space on the passenger's side of the vehicle if the turn signal is not activated. 15 mph (25 km/h), the instrument cluster display will instruct the driver to slow down.
  • Page 200 STARTING AND OPERATING When an available parking space has been When the vehicle is in the parking position, the found, and the vehicle is not in position, you will maneuver is complete and the driver will be be instructed to move forward to position the instructed to check the vehicle's parking vehicle for a perpendicular or parallel parking position, then shift the vehicle into PARK.
  • Page 201: Lanesense - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING The system will cancel the maneuver if the When both lane markings are detected and the  CAUTION! vehicle speed exceeds 5 mph (7 km/h) driver drifts out of the lane (no turn signal during active steering guidance into the The ParkSense Active Park Assist system is applied), the LaneSense system provides a ...
  • Page 202: Turning Lanesense On Or Off

    STARTING AND OPERATING When the LaneSense system senses the lane URNING ENSE ENSE ARNING ESSAGE  has been approached and is in a lane depar- The LaneSense button is located on The LaneSense system will indicate the current ture situation, the visual warning in the the switch panel below the Uconnect lane drift condition through the instrument instrument cluster display will show the left...
  • Page 203 STARTING AND OPERATING Left Lane Departure — Both Lane Lines For example: If approaching the left side of For example: If approaching the left side of Detected the lane the steering wheel will turn to the the lane the steering wheel will turn to the right.
  • Page 204: Changing Lanesense Status

    STARTING AND OPERATING “Check Entire Surroundings” across the top of vehicle is shifted into PARK, the vehicle’s HANGING ENSE TATUS the screen. After five seconds this note will ignition is placed in the OFF position, or the user The LaneSense system has settings to adjust disappear.
  • Page 205 STARTING AND OPERATING assist with parking or aligning to a hitch/ view. Pressing the icon a second time will return CAUTION! receiver. Different colored zones indicate the the view to the standard Back Up Camera distance to the rear of the vehicle. The following To avoid vehicle damage, ParkView should display.
  • Page 206: Aux Camera - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING AUX C — I Deactivation when enabled through the Uconnect system. AMERA QUIPPED The Top View of the vehicle will also show if any The AUX Camera is deactivated by pressing the Your vehicle may be equipped with one or two doors are open.
  • Page 207 STARTING AND OPERATING If the camera delay is turned off, the camera Top View The Top View will show which doors are open.  image will close and display the previous screen The Top View will show in the Uconnect system Open front doors will block the outside ...
  • Page 208 STARTING AND OPERATING Front Cross Path View view. Pressing the icon a second time will return Deactivation the view to the standard Back Up Camera Pressing the Front Cross Path soft key The system is deactivated in the following display. will give the driver a wider angle view conditions if it was activated automatically: When Zoom View is selected while the vehicle is...
  • Page 209 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: Activation The vehicle is shifted into PARK.  If the Surround View Camera is activated manu- The Forward Facing Camera can be activated in The ignition is placed in the OFF position.  ally, and the vehicle is shifted into REVERSE, the following ways: deactivation methods for automatic activation NOTE:...
  • Page 210: Aux Camera - If Equipped

    STARTING AND OPERATING Pressing the AUX button in the Apps menu NOTE:  CAUTION! Pressing the AUX button when the vehicle is If the AUX button is pressed and no AUX   To avoid vehicle damage, Surround View  in REVERSE Camera is connected, the touchscreen will should only be used as a parking aid.
  • Page 211 STARTING AND OPERATING 5. Keep the nozzle in the filler for five seconds WARNING! after nozzle clicks to allow fuel to drain from the nozzle. Never have any smoking materials lit in or  near the vehicle when the fuel door is open 6.
  • Page 212: Refueling The Vehicle - Diesel Engine

    STARTING AND OPERATING REFUELING THE VEHICLE — DIESEL ENGINE 4. Fill the vehicle with fuel – when the fuel VOID SING ONTAMINATED nozzle “clicks” or shuts off, the fuel tank is Fuel that is contaminated by water or dirt can The capless fuel filler is located on the left side full.
  • Page 213: Diesel Exhaust Fluid

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: There is an electric heater inside the DEF IESEL XHAUST LUID  When working with DEF, it is important to know tank that automatically works when neces- Your vehicle is equipped with a Selective sary. And if the DEF supply does freeze, the that: Catalytic Reduction (SCR) system to meet diesel truck will operate normally until it thaws.
  • Page 214 STARTING AND OPERATING 2. Insert DEF fill adapter/nozzle into DEF tank Refilling With Containers CAUTION! (Continued) filler neck. Proceed as follows: DO NOT OVERFILL. DEF will freeze below  NOTE: Check the expiration date. 12ºF (-11ºC). The DEF system is designed ...
  • Page 215: Vehicle Loading

    STARTING AND OPERATING below 12°F (-11°C). If your vehicle is not in AYLOAD CAUTION! (Continued) operation for an extended period of time with The payload of a vehicle is defined as the temperatures below 12°F (-11°C), the DEF in Never add anything other than DEF to the ...
  • Page 216: Rim Size

    STARTING AND OPERATING TRAILER TOWING exceeded. The weight on the front and rear of the vehicle should then be determined This is the rim size that is appropriate for the tire In this section you will find safety tips and separately to be sure that the load is properly size listed.
  • Page 217 STARTING AND OPERATING Gross Trailer Weight (GTW) and rear axles evenly. Make sure that you do If equipped, the electronic TSC recognizes a not exceed either front or rear GAWR swaying trailer and automatically applies The GTW is the weight of the trailer plus the Ú...
  • Page 218 STARTING AND OPERATING recommended for heavier Tongue Weights (TW) Recommended Distribution Hitch Adjustment and may be required depending on vehicle and Towing With Air Suspension — If Equipped trailer configuration/loading to comply with 1. Verify that the vehicle is at the normal ride GAWR requirements.
  • Page 219 STARTING AND OPERATING 4. Measure the height of the top of the front 6. Measure the height of the top of the front 9. The truck can now be driven. wheel opening on the fender to ground; this wheel opening on the fender to ground; this is height H1.
  • Page 220: Trailer Hitch Type And Maximum Trailer Weight

    STARTING AND OPERATING RAILER ITCH YPE AND AXIMUM RAILER EIGHT The following chart provides the maximum trailer weight a given factory equipped trailer hitch type can tow and should be used to assist you in selecting the correct trailer hitch for your intended towing condition. Trailer Hitch Type and Maximum Trailer Weight Hitch Type Max.
  • Page 221: Trailer And Tongue Weight

    STARTING AND OPERATING the maximum combined weight of occupants Upon completion this the feature will be RAILER ONGUE EIGHT and cargo for your vehicle. available to activate. NOTE: RAILER EVERSE TEERING ONTROL The 90 degree turns could be in either the left Trailer Reverse Steering Control (TRSC) is a or right direction.
  • Page 222 STARTING AND OPERATING Once calibrated the driver can shift to PARK, Instrument Cluster Messages: Other reasons the feature may cancel: push the button on top of the TRSC knob and “Drive forward to calibrate trailer” will display The driver overrides steering by placing ...
  • Page 223: Towing Requirements

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: OWING EQUIREMENTS WARNING! Trailers may look different during day and night To promote proper break-in of your new vehicle conditions. In such cases, the trailer may need Make certain that the load is secured in the ...
  • Page 224 STARTING AND OPERATING Proper tire inflation pressures are essential  WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) to the safe and satisfactory operation of your vehicle. Do not connect trailer brakes to your Vehicles with trailers should not be parked   vehicle's hydraulic brake lines. It can over- on a grade.
  • Page 225 STARTING AND OPERATING Integrated Trailer Brake Module — If The user interface consists of the following: The trailer and the vehicle’s stop lamps will come on when braking normally with the vehicle Equipped GAIN Adjustment Buttons (+/-) brake pedal. Only the trailer stop lamps will Your vehicle may have an Integrated Trailer Pushing these buttons will adjust the brake come on when the manual brake control lever is...
  • Page 226 STARTING AND OPERATING Adjusting GAIN by the ITBM, braking functions will not be 8. In a traffic-free environment, tow the trailer available), the GAIN setting will illuminate on a dry, level surface at a speed of NOTE: and the correct type of trailer must be 20–25 mph (30–40 km/h) and squeeze This should only be performed in a traffic free selected from the instrument cluster display...
  • Page 227 STARTING AND OPERATING Display Messages NOTE: The electrical connections are all complete to the vehicle but you must connect the harness to The trailer brake control interacts with the An aftermarket controller may be available  a trailer connector. Refer to the following instrument cluster display.
  • Page 228 STARTING AND OPERATING The following exterior lights will remain on for The sequence will only activate if the following the entirety of the sequence: conditions are met: Park/Running Lamps Vehicle is equipped with the Trailer Tow   Package Side Marker Lamps (if equipped) ...
  • Page 229: Towing Tips

    STARTING AND OPERATING Hazard switch is activated extend transmission life by reducing excessive NOTE:  shifting and heat build up. This action will also The vehicle must remain in the engine running Any button on the key fob is pushed ...
  • Page 230: Before Plowing

    STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: NOWPLOW ACKAGE ODEL WARNING! Detach the snowplow when transporting VAILABILITY Attaching a snowplow to this vehicle could passengers. For Information about snowplow applications adversely affect performance of the airbag Vehicle front end wheel alignment was set to visit www.ramtrucks.com or refer to the current system in a collision.
  • Page 231: Over The Road Operation With Snowplow Attached

    STARTING AND OPERATING Vehicles with automatic transmissions PERATION ENERAL AINTENANCE  should use 4WD Low when plowing deep or NOWPLOW TTACHED Snowplows should be maintained in heavy snow for extended periods of time to accordance with the plow manufacturer's The blade restricts air flow to the radiator and avoid transmission overheating.
  • Page 232: Recreational Towing (Behind Motorhome)

    STARTING AND OPERATING RECREATIONAL TOWING (BEHIND MOTORHOME) OWING EHICLE EHIND NOTHER EHICLE Towing Condition Wheels OFF The Ground Two-Wheel Drive Models Four-Wheel Drive Models See Instructions Transmission in PARK  Flat Tow NONE NOT ALLOWED Transfer case in NEUTRAL (N) ...
  • Page 233: Recreational Towing Four -Wheel Drive Models

    STARTING AND OPERATING 4. Properly secure the rear wheels to the dolly, CAUTION! CAUTION! (Continued) following the dolly manufacturer's instructions. DO NOT dolly tow any 4WD vehicle. Towing Ensure that the Electric Park Brake is   with only one set of wheels on the ground released, and remains released, while 5.
  • Page 234 STARTING AND OPERATING Shifting Into N (Neutral) 1. Bring the vehicle to a complete stop on 6. Shift the transmission into REVERSE. level ground, with the engine running. Use the following procedure to prepare your 7. Release the brake pedal for five seconds Apply the parking brake.
  • Page 235 STARTING AND OPERATING NOTE: Shifting Out Of N (Neutral) 11. Release the parking brake. Use the following procedure to prepare your 12. Shift the transmission into DRIVE, release Steps 2 and 3 are requirements that must be  vehicle for normal usage: met before pushing the N (Neutral) button, the brake pedal, and check that the vehicle and must continue to be met until the shift has...
  • Page 236: Driving Tips

    STARTING AND OPERATING DRIVING TIPS Flowing/Rising Water WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! RIVING LIPPERY URFACES Driving through standing water limits your  vehicle’s braking capabilities, which Do not drive on or across a road or path Acceleration increases stopping distances. Therefore, where water is flowing and/or rising (as in after driving through standing water, drive Rapid acceleration on snow covered, wet, or storm run-off).
  • Page 237: Off-Road Driving Tips

    STARTING AND OPERATING If you must back down a hill, back straight down Check for accumulations of plants or brush.  CAUTION! (Continued) using REVERSE gear. Never back down in These things could be a fire hazard. They might hide damage to fuel lines, brake hoses, NEUTRAL or diagonally across the hill.
  • Page 238: Multimedia

    MULTIMEDIA UCONNECT SYSTEMS your vehicle may require software updates to WARNING! (Continued) improve the usability and performance of your For detailed information about your Uconnect systems or to reduce the potential risk of As always, if you experience unusual 4C/4C NAV with 8.4-inch Display system or your ...
  • Page 239: Uconnect Settings

    MULTIMEDIA UCONNECT SETTINGS For the Uconnect 3 With 5-inch Display, the USTOMER ROGRAMMABLE EATURES Uconnect 4/4C NAV With 8.4-inch Display, and The Uconnect system uses a combination of Uconnect 4C NAV With 12-inch Display buttons on the touchscreen and buttons on the Press the Apps button, then press the faceplate located on the center of the...
  • Page 240 MULTIMEDIA Language When the Language button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system displays the different language options. Once an option is selected, the system will display in the chosen language. The available setting is: Setting Name Description This setting will change the language of the Uconnect system. The Language available languages are English, Français, and Español.
  • Page 241 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting will change the keyboard type on the display. The selectable Keyboard — If Equipped keyboards are ABCDEF Keyboard, QWERTY Keyboard, and AZERTY Keyboard. Touchscreen Beep This setting will allow you to turn the touchscreen beep on or off. This setting allows you to set the Control Screen to turn off automatically Control Screen Timeout after five seconds or stay open until manually closed.
  • Page 242 MULTIMEDIA Units When the Units button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system displays the different measurement options. The selected unit of measurement will display in the instrument cluster display and Navigation system (if equipped). The available settings are: Setting Name Description This setting will change the unit of measurement on the display to US.
  • Page 243 MULTIMEDIA Clock When the Clock button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system displays the different options related to the vehicle’s internal clock. Setting Name Description This setting will sync the time to the GPS receiver in the system. The Sync Time With GPS system will control the time via the GPS location.
  • Page 244 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Descriptions This setting will add a timed delay to the rear backup camera when ParkView Backup Camera Delay shifting out of reverse. ParkView Backup Camera Active Guidelines This setting will turn the backup camera active guidelines on or off. ParkView Backup Camera Fixed Guidelines This setting will turn the backup camera fixed guidelines on or off.
  • Page 245 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting will change the distance at which the steering wheel will LaneSense Warning provide lane departure feedback. The available settings are “Early”, “Medium”, and “Late”. This setting will change the strength of the steering wheel feedback LaneSense Strength during a lane departure.
  • Page 246 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting will add a timed delay to the rear backup camera when ParkView Backup Camera Delay shifting out of reverse. ParkView Backup Camera Active Guidelines This setting will turn the Backup Camera Active Guidelines on or off. ParkView Backup Camera Fixed Guidelines This setting will turn the Backup Camera Fixed Guidelines on or off.
  • Page 247 MULTIMEDIA Brakes After pressing the Brakes button on the touchscreen, the following settings will be available: Setting Name Selectable Options Auto Park Brake This setting will turn the Auto Park Brake on or off. Brake Service This setting will allow you to retract the brakes for servicing. Lights When the Lights button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system displays the options related to the vehicle’s exterior and interior lights.
  • Page 248 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description Auto Dim High Beams — If Equipped This setting will allow you to turn the Auto Dim High Beams on or off. This setting will turn the headlights with the steering wheel. The available Steering Directed Lights — If Equipped options are “On”...
  • Page 249 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting will change how many pushes of the Unlock button on the key fob are needed to unlock all the doors. The “Driver Door” setting will only Remote Door Unlock, Door Lock/1st Press Of Key Fob Unlocks unlock the driver door on the first push on the Unlock button.
  • Page 250 MULTIMEDIA Seats & Comfort/Auto-On Comfort Systems — If Equipped When Seats & Comfort/Auto-On Comfort Systems button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system displays the options related to the vehicle’s comfort systems when remote start has been activated or the vehicle has been started. Setting Name Description This setting will activate the vehicle’s comfort systems and heated seats...
  • Page 251 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting will allow you to set the amount of time the headlights remain Headlight Off Delay on after the vehicle has been turned off. The “+” will increase the amount of time. The “-” will decrease the amount of time. This setting will automatically lower the vehicle ride height for easier Auto Entry/Exit —...
  • Page 252 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting must be activated before performing a wheel alignment. Wheel Alignment Mode Refer to an authorized dealer for further information. There are three air suspension modes designed to protect the system in unique situations. Tire Jack Mode is selected to assist in changing a Four Corner Air Suspension Modes spare tire.
  • Page 253 MULTIMEDIA Trailer Brake/Trailer When the Trailer Brake/Trailer button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system will display settings related to trailer towing. Setting Name Description Select from Trailer 1, Trailer 2, Trailer 3, and Trailer 4. These trailer Trailer Select designations can be used to save different trailer settings.
  • Page 254 MULTIMEDIA Setting Name Description This setting will adjust audio volume as speeds increase. At a higher Speed Adjusted Volume setting, the volume will increase more as the vehicle speeds up. The available setting are “Off”, “1”, “2”, and “3”. Surround Sound — If Equipped This setting will turn the Surround Sound system on or off.
  • Page 255 MULTIMEDIA SiriusXM® Setup NOTE: A subscription to SiriusXM® satellite radio is required for these settings to be functional. When the SiriusXM® Setup button is pressed on the touchscreen, the system displays options related to SiriusXM® satellite radio. These settings can be used to skip specific radio channels and restart favorite songs from the beginning.
  • Page 256: Head-Up Display (Hud)

    MULTIMEDIA HEAD-UP DISPLAY (HUD) 2. Select the Custom option by pushing the Right Arrow button on the steering wheel. The Head-Up Display layout on the instrument NOTE: cluster can be customized through the A message will appear on the instrument cluster Uconnect touchscreen.
  • Page 257 MULTIMEDIA The following are the available icons that can be customized in the cluster: Feature Name Icon Description Speed This icon will show the vehicle’s current speed. This icon will show the upcoming direction for Turn-By-Turn — If Equipped Navigation. This icon will show the current speed limit of the Speed Limit area you are driving in.
  • Page 258: Uconnect Introduction

    MULTIMEDIA UCONNECT INTRODUCTION NOTE: Uconnect screen images are for illustration purposes only and may not reflect exact soft- YSTEM VERVIEW ware for your vehicle. Uconnect 3 With 5-inch Display 1 — Radio Button 2 — Compass Button 3 — Media Button 4 —...
  • Page 259 MULTIMEDIA Feature Description Press the Radio button or Media button to enter Radio Mode/Media Radio/Media Mode and access the radio functions and external audio sources Ú page 259. Press the Phone button to enter Phone Mode and access the hands-free Phone phone system Ú...
  • Page 260: Safety And General Information

    MULTIMEDIA Glance at the screen only when safe to do so. NOTE: AFETY ENERAL NFORMATION  If prolonged viewing of the screen is required, Many features of this system are speed depen- Safety Guidelines park in a safe location and set the parking dent.
  • Page 261: Uconnect Modes

    MULTIMEDIA UCONNECT MODES The left-hand control is a rocker-type switch with ADIO a push button in the center. The function of the Radio Controls TEERING HEEL UDIO ONTROLS left-hand control is different depending on which mode you are in. The remote sound system controls are located The following describes the left-hand control on the rear surface of the steering wheel at the operation in each mode:...
  • Page 262 MULTIMEDIA The radio is equipped with the following modes: Tune/Scroll Control station or channel when the button on the touchscreen is released. Turn the rotary Tune/Scroll control knob  clockwise to increase or counterclockwise to NOTE:  decrease the radio station frequency. Push the Pressing and holding either the Seek Up Enter/Browse button to choose a selection.
  • Page 263 MULTIMEDIA SiriusXM® Satellite Radio Mode — If bill at then-current rates until you call SiriusXM® at 866-635-2349 to cancel. See Equipped Once the last digit of a station has been SiriusXM® Customer Agreement for complete entered, press “GO”. The Direct Tune screen will terms at www.siriusxm.com (US) or close, and the system will automatically tune to www.siriusxm.ca (Canada).
  • Page 264 MULTIMEDIA No Subscription When in Satellite Mode: Radios equipped with a Satellite receiver The SXM button on the touchscreen is high-  require a subscription to the SiriusXM® Service. lighted. When the Radio does not have the necessary The SiriusXM® Presets are displayed at the ...
  • Page 265 MULTIMEDIA You can exit by pressing the Replay button on the touchscreen any time during the Replay Mode. Press the Pause/Play button on the touchscreen to pause the playing of live or Play/Pause rewound content at any time. Play can be resumed by pressing the Pause/Play button again on the touchscreen.
  • Page 266 MULTIMEDIA Favorites Browse In SXM Favorites Press the Favorites button on the touchscreen Press the Browse button on the touchscreen to Press the Favorites button on the Browse to activate the favorites menu, which will time edit Presets, Favorites, Game Zone, and Jump screen.
  • Page 267 MULTIMEDIA Game Zone Alert Settings The Presets are available for all Radio Modes, and are activated by pressing any of the Preset Press the Game Zone button, located at the left Press the Alert Setting tab at the top of the buttons, located at the top of the screen.
  • Page 268 MULTIMEDIA Audio Settings Press the Audio button within the settings main menu to activate the Audio Settings screen. Uconnect 3 With 5-inch Display 1 — Balance/Fade 2 — Equalizer 3 — Speed Adjusted Volume 4 — Surround Sound 5 — Loudness 6 —...
  • Page 269 MULTIMEDIA Audio Setting Description Press the Balance/Fade button on the touchscreen to balance audio between the front speakers or fade the audio between the rear and front Balance/Fade speakers. Press the Front, Rear, Left or Right buttons or press and drag the red Speaker icon to adjust the Balance/Fade.
  • Page 270: Media Mode

    MULTIMEDIA the desired mode button on the touchscreen. On the Uconnect 3 with 5-inch Display, if you EDIA USB, AUX, and Bluetooth® are the Media insert a USB device with the ignition ON, the unit Operating Media Mode sources available. When available, you can will switch to USB Mode and begin to play.
  • Page 271 MULTIMEDIA AUX Mode button on the touchscreen on the left side of the Seek Up / Seek Down screen. The center of the browse window shows Overview In USB Mode, press the Seek Up button on the items and its sub-functions, which can be touchscreen for the next selection on the USB Auxiliary Mode (AUX) is entered by inserting an scrolled through by pressing the Up and Down...
  • Page 272 MULTIMEDIA Repeat Info Media Voice Commands Uconnect offers connections via USB, In both Disc and USB Modes, press the Info In USB Mode, press the Repeat button on the Bluetooth®, and auxiliary (AUX) ports. Voice touchscreen to toggle the repeat functionality. button on the touchscreen to display the operation is only available for connected USB current track information.
  • Page 273: Phone Mode

    MULTIMEDIA Screen Activated Features For Uconnect customer support: HONE Dialing via Keypad using touchscreen. US visit UconnectPhone.com or call   Overview 877-855-8400 Viewing and Calling contacts from Phone- Uconnect Phone is a voice-activated,  books displayed on the touchscreen. Canada visit UconnectPhone.com or call hands-free, in-vehicle communications system.
  • Page 274 MULTIMEDIA without wires or a docking station. Ensure you Phone Operation For each feature explanation in this section,  only the compound command form of the phone is turned on with Bluetooth® active and Operation has been paired to the Uconnect system. Up to voice command is given.
  • Page 275 MULTIMEDIA The system handles multiple inputs in the same Cancel Command phrase or sentence such as “make a phone At any prompt, after the beep, you can say call” and “to Kelly Smith”. For multiple inputs in “Cancel” and you will be returned to the main the same phrase or sentence, the system menu.
  • Page 276 MULTIMEDIA NOTE: 5. If “No” is selected, and you still would like to vehicle. Only one mobile phone and/or one pair a mobile phone, press the Pairing or Bluetooth® audio device can be connected If there are no phones currently connected ...
  • Page 277 MULTIMEDIA tooth® connection. If this happens, simply Disconnecting or Deleting A Phone Or Audio 4. The option’s pop-up will be displayed. repeat the pairing process. However, first make Device 5. Press the Disconnect Device or the Delete sure to delete the device from the list of phones Device button on the touchscreen.
  • Page 278 MULTIMEDIA phonebook. Specific Bluetooth® Phones with Only the phonebook of the currently To Remove A Favorite — If Equipped  connected mobile phone is accessible. Phonebook Access Profile may support this 1. To remove a Favorite, select “Favorites” feature. Your mobile phone may receive a This downloaded phonebook cannot be from the Phone main screen.
  • Page 279 MULTIMEDIA Voice Commands (Dial by Saying a Name, Other phone call features include: These can be accessed by pressing the Recent  Call by Saying a Phonebook Name, Redial or Calls button on the phone main screen. End Call  Call Back) You can also push the VR button on your Hold/Unhold/Resume...
  • Page 280 MULTIMEDIA Answer Or Ignore An Incoming Call — Call Do Not Disturb can automatically reply with a Place/Retrieve A Call From Hold Currently In Progress text message, a call, or both when declining an During an active call, press the Hold or Call On incoming call and send it to voicemail.
  • Page 281 MULTIMEDIA If two calls are in progress (one active and one Call Continuation Speak normally, without pausing, just as you  on hold), press the Swap Calls button on the would speak to a person sitting a few feet/ Call continuation is the progression of a phone meters away from you phone main screen.
  • Page 282 MULTIMEDIA NOTE: Performance such as audio clarity, echo, and Did You Know: When providing a Voice It is recommended that you do not store names loudness to a large degree rely on the phone Command, push the Phone button and say in your Favorites phonebook while the vehicle is and network, and not the Uconnect Phone.
  • Page 283 MULTIMEDIA Did You Know: Your mobile phone must have the To enable Siri, push and hold, then release the PRE-DEFINED VOICE TEXT REPLY full implementation of the Message Access Profile Uconnect Voice Recognition (VR) button on the RESPONSES (MAP) to take advantage of this feature. For steering wheel.
  • Page 284: Connected Vehicle Services

    MULTIMEDIA CONNECTED VEHICLE SERVICES — IF Uconnect Phone Customer Support WARNING! EQUIPPED UconnectPhone.com or for US residents call: ALWAYS obey traffic laws and pay attention to 1-877-855-8400. the road. ALWAYS drive safely with your hands EHICLE ONNECTED Canadian residents call: 1-800-465-2001 on the steering wheel.
  • Page 285 MULTIMEDIA NOTE: Send & Go capability with the Uconnect App. 2. Select the Activate Services icon from your  Use the Uconnect App to easily search, map list of apps. Certain SiriusXM Guardian™ services are  and send your locations directly to your dependent upon an operative telematics 3.
  • Page 286: Services

    MULTIMEDIA Download the Uconnect app to your mobile ETTING TARTED ONNECTED  device. EHICLE ERVICES Use your Owner Account login and password  Download The Uconnect App to open the app and then set up a PIN. Once you have activated your services, you’re only a few steps away from using connected services.
  • Page 287 MULTIMEDIA d. After clicking the email link, it will take c. Enter your email and press “OK”. A confir- service history, find recommended accessories you to a website and prompt you to mation email will be sent to the provided for your vehicle, watch videos about your assign your account with a password.
  • Page 288: Using Siriusxm Guardian

    MULTIMEDIA Connected Services Status: 3. Once there, select “SiriusXM Guardian™” SiriusXM Guardian™ In-Vehicle Assistance  where can edit Notification Preferences. Features This statement will indicate your SiriusXM Guardian™-equipped vehicle. With SiriusXM Guardian™, your vehicle has 4. You can enter a mobile phone and/or email onboard assistance features located on the Remote Commands: address to notify you, and you can...
  • Page 289 MULTIMEDIA How It Works purposes. Through your enrollment in and use These include, but are not limited to, the of the SiriusXM Guardian™ services, you following factors: 1. Push the SOS Call button; the indicator consent to being recorded. The ignition key is in OFF position. light will turn green indicating a call has ...
  • Page 290 MULTIMEDIA Requirements WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) This feature is available only on vehicles sold  Do not add any aftermarket electrical equip- Ignoring the Rearview Mirror Light could   in the US or Canada. ment to the vehicle’s electrical system. This mean you will not have SOS Call services if Vehicle must be properly equipped with the ...
  • Page 291 MULTIMEDIA Remote Commands Press this button to 3 — Vehicle Start start your vehicle. On the Remote Commands screen, you have access to several vehicle features that can be 4 — Cancel Vehicle Press this button to controlled remotely from your mobile device. Start cancel remote start.
  • Page 292 MULTIMEDIA activated your SiriusXM Guardian™ 4. You will then be asked to enter your Remote Door Lock/Unlock SiriusXM Guardian™ Security PIN (this is the system). Enter the SiriusXM Guardian™ Description same four-digit code established when you Security PIN on the keypad. The Remote Door Lock/Unlock feature provides activated your SiriusXM Guardian™...
  • Page 293 MULTIMEDIA An ignition cycle is required for some remote This remote function requires your vehicle to be The vehicle must be in an open area with cell   commands, such as Remote Vehicle Start equipped with a factory-installed Remote Start tower reception.
  • Page 294 MULTIMEDIA Working Vehicle Conditions Roadside Assist — If you get a flat tire or need How It Works  a tow, you’ll be connected to someone who The vehicle must in PARK or at a standstill. Simply press the ASSIST button in the vehicle ...
  • Page 295 MULTIMEDIA Disclaimers If Roadside Assistance Call is provided to your vehicle, you agree to be responsible for any additional roadside assistance service costs that you may incur. In order to provide SiriusXM Guardian™ services to you, we may record and monitor your conversations with Roadside Assistance Call, Vehicle Care, Uconnect Care, or SiriusXM Guardian™...
  • Page 296 MULTIMEDIA How It Works 4. Confirm your destination inside your vehicle Vehicle must have an operable LTE (voice/  data) or 3G or 4G (data) network connection by pressing the Send To Vehicle option on 1. Use the Uconnect App to find the the pop-up that appears on the radio compatible with your device.
  • Page 297 MULTIMEDIA Vehicle Finder 3. You can also select the “Person” icon to see your location. Description 4. Once the vehicle has been located, you can The Vehicle Finder feature of the Uconnect App map a route to your vehicle. allows you to find the location of your stationary vehicle.
  • Page 298 MULTIMEDIA Requirements Any Wi-Fi-enabled device — such as a laptop activated any time within the first year of new  or any other portable-enabled media — can vehicle ownership. Vehicle Finder will not work while vehicle is in  connect over your private in-vehicle network. motion.
  • Page 299 MULTIMEDIA The SiriusXM Guardian™ Customer Care Requirements WARNING! Agent will ask for the stolen vehicle report Vehicle must be properly equipped with the  Always drive safely with your hands on the number (as issued by your local law enforce- Uconnect system.
  • Page 300 MULTIMEDIA In order to provide the Monthly Vehicle Health Vehicle Health Alert NOTE: Report, the Uconnect system in your vehicle Pressing OK or the X button on the pop-up Description may collect and transmit vehicle data to screen will dismiss or close the pop-up, and the Your vehicle will send you an email alert if it SiriusXM Guardian™...
  • Page 301 MULTIMEDIA Here are a few of the many questions you can 4. Tap SAVE SETTINGS when prompted. Here are a few examples of commands: ask Alexa®: “Hey Google, ask <vehicle brand> to start my  5. Link the vehicle brand name to the <vehicle “Alexa®, ask <vehicle brand>...
  • Page 302 MULTIMEDIA 4. A prompt will appear to link your Uconnect Boundary Alert 2. Log onto the app from your smartphone  account. Press “Link Uconnect to Google”. using the username and password you Receive a notification the moment your created when you first set up your account. 5.
  • Page 303: Manage M Y Sirius Xm Guardian Account

    MULTIMEDIA To get started with Uconnect Market on the 8. Enter your phone number, and press “Next”. directed to a SiriusXM Guardian™ agent or held touchscreen: in a queue until an agent is available. If you do 9. The system will verifying the phone number. not have an active subscription, push the 1.
  • Page 304: Connected Services Remote Door Lock/Unlock Faqs

    MULTIMEDIA & G The capabilities of these devices allow us to ONNECTED ERVICES EMOTE ONNECTED ERVICES remotely command your vehicle. Other NLOCK operating systems may be supported in the future. 1. How long does it take to unlock or lock the 1.
  • Page 305: Faqs

    MULTIMEDIA police report is required for you to activate NOTE: ONNECTED ERVICES EHICLE INDER this service. You must involve local law Neither FCA nor SiriusXM® are insurance enforcement to have SiriusXM Guardian™ companies, and SiriusXM Guardian™ is not an insurance product. You are responsible for 1.
  • Page 306: Connected Services Remote Horn & Lights Faqs

    MULTIMEDIA password and SiriusXM Guardian™ Security ONNECTED ERVICES EMOTE ONNECTED ERVICES CCOUNT PIN help to ensure that nobody can start & L IGHTS 1. How do I register for my SiriusXM your vehicle if they happen to find your Guardian™ account? There are three ways device.
  • Page 307 MULTIMEDIA 2. Why do I need an email address? Without be updated online, or by calling SiriusXM your subscription will be automatically an email address, customers cannot Guardian™ Customer Care from ASSIST in renewed for a term length in accordance register for SiriusXM Guardian™.
  • Page 308: Data Collection & Privacy

    MULTIMEDIA & P 13. How do I find out how much longer I have on 16. What should I do if I want to sell my vehicle? OLLECTION RIVACY my subscription? Contact SiriusXM Before your vehicle is sold to a new owner, The Uconnect system collects and transmits Guardian™...
  • Page 309: Off-Road Pages - If Equipped

    MULTIMEDIA Use of any of the Uconnect Services including 3. Altitude of the vehicle SiriusXM Guardian™ is deemed to be your 4. Status of Hill Descent Control and Speed in consent to the collection, use and disclosure of MPH (km/h) this information in accordance with the Uconnect Privacy Policy.
  • Page 310: Vehicle Dynamics

    MULTIMEDIA & R EHICLE YNAMICS ITCH 3 — Steering Angle 4 — Rear Axle Locker Status The Vehicle Dynamics page displays The Pitch & Roll page displays the vehicle’s information concerning the vehicle’s transfer current pitch (angle up and down) and roll CCESSORY AUGE case and steering angel.
  • Page 311: Suspension

    MULTIMEDIA RADIO OPERATION AND MOBILE PHONES The internal wireless radio operates within USPENSION guidelines found in radio frequency safety The Suspension page displays the current Under certain conditions, the mobile phone standards and recommendations, which reflect status of the vehicle’s suspension system and being on in your vehicle can cause erratic or the consensus of the scientific community.
  • Page 312: Safety

    SAFETY SAFETY FEATURES You also may experience the following normal WARNING! (Continued) characteristics when ABS activates: (ABS) RAKE YSTEM Pumping of the Anti-Lock Brakes will  ABS motor noise or clicking sounds (you may  diminish their effectiveness and may lead continue to hear for a short time after the The ABS provides increased vehicle stability to a collision.
  • Page 313: Electronic Brake Control (Ebc) System

    SAFETY Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) Warning Control System (TCS). These systems work WARNING! together to enhance both vehicle stability and Light control in various driving conditions. The Brake Assist System (BAS) cannot The yellow ABS Warning Light will turn on when prevent the natural laws of physics from the ignition is placed in the ON/RUN mode and Your vehicle may also be equipped with Trailer...
  • Page 314 SAFETY Electronic Brake Force Distribution (EBD) Oversteer — when the vehicle is turning more  WARNING! than appropriate for the steering wheel posi- EBD manages the distribution of the braking Many factors, such as vehicle loading, road tion. torque between the front and rear axles by conditions and driving conditions, influence limiting braking pressure to the rear axle.
  • Page 315 SAFETY ESC On WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) This is the normal operating mode for the ESC. Electronic Stability Control (ESC) cannot Vehicle modifications, or failure to properly   Whenever the vehicle is started, the ESC system prevent the natural laws of physics from maintain your vehicle, may change the will be in this mode.
  • Page 316 SAFETY NOTE: WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) System may switch from ESC “Full Off” to When in “Partial Off” mode, the TCS func- “Partial Off” mode when vehicle exceeds a The Electronic Stability Control (ESC)   tionality of ESC, (except for the limited slip predetermined speed.
  • Page 317 SAFETY The ESC Activation/Malfunction Indicator Light Hill Descent Control (HDC) — If Equipped Activating HDC starts to flash as soon as the tires lose traction HDC is intended for low speed off-road driving Once HDC is enabled it will activate and the ESC system becomes active.
  • Page 318 SAFETY NOTE: Disabling HDC The cluster icon and switch lamp will flash for  several seconds, then extinguish when the During HDC the +/- shifter input is used for HDC HDC will be deactivated and disabled if any of target speed selection, but will not affect the driver pushes the HDC switch but enable the following conditions occur: conditions are not met.
  • Page 319 SAFETY Hill Start Assist (HSA) Towing With HSA WARNING! HSA is designed to mitigate roll back from a HSA will also provide assistance to mitigate roll There may be situations where the Hill Start complete stop while on an incline. If the driver back while towing a trailer.
  • Page 320: Auxiliary Driving Systems

    SAFETY AUXILIARY DRIVING SYSTEMS Ready Alert Braking (RAB) Trailer Sway Control (TSC) RAB may reduce the time required to reach full TSC uses sensors in the vehicle to recognize an (BSM) — I LIND ONITORING braking during emergency braking situations. It excessively swaying trailer and will take the anticipates when an emergency braking appropriate actions to attempt to stop the sway.
  • Page 321 SAFETY The BSM detection zone covers approximately The system may also detect a blockage if the one lane width on both sides of the vehicle 12 ft vehicle is operated in areas with extremely low (3.8 m). The zone length starts at the outside radar returns such as a desert or parallel to a large elevation drop.
  • Page 322 SAFETY Entering From The Side Vehicles that move into your adjacent lanes from either side of the vehicle. Rear Monitoring Overtaking/Approaching Overtaking Traffic If you pass another vehicle slowly with a relative speed less than 15 mph (24 km/h) and the Side Monitoring vehicle remains in the blind spot for Entering From The Rear...
  • Page 323 SAFETY The BSM system will not alert you of objects that Rear Cross Path (RCP) When RCP is on and the vehicle is in REVERSE are traveling in the opposite direction of the (R), the driver is alerted using both the visual RCP is intended to aid the driver when backing vehicle in adjacent lanes Ú...
  • Page 324 SAFETY Blind Spot Modes NOTE: Trailer Merge Assist consists of three sub Whenever an audible alert is requested by the functions: Blind Spot has three selectable modes of BSM system, the radio is also muted. operation that are available in the Uconnect Automatic Trailer Detection ...
  • Page 325 SAFETY a trailer will be detected using the blind spot NOTE: radar within 90 seconds of forward move- During the same ignition cycle, if the vehicle is ment of the vehicle. The vehicle must be at a standstill for a minimum of 90 seconds, a moving above 6 mph (10 km/h) to activate new “trailer detection request”...
  • Page 326: Forward Collision Warning (Fcw) With Mitigation - If Equipped

    SAFETY Trailer length between 30 ft and 39.5 ft (9 m the side mirror warning indicator lamps when potential frontal collision. The warnings and  to 12 m) — Blind spot zone will be adjusted to a motorcycle or any small object remains at limited braking are intended to provide the Max distance the side of the vehicle for extended periods of...
  • Page 327 SAFETY Forward Collision Warning with Mitigation event It is unsafe to test the FCW system. To Turning FCW On or Off  stops the vehicle completely, the system will prevent such misuse of the system, after four The FCW button is located in the Uconnect Active Braking events within a key cycle, the hold the vehicle at standstill for two seconds display in the control settings Ú...
  • Page 328 SAFETY When FCW status is set to “Warning and Medium FCW Limited Warning   Braking”, this allows the system to warn the If the instrument cluster displays “ACC/FCW When the sensitivity of FCW is set to the  driver of a possible collision with the vehicle Limited Functionality”...
  • Page 329: (Tpms)

    SAFETY Pedestrian Emergency Braking (PEB) — If NOTE: WARNING! The PEB system will NOT retain the last setting Equipped Pedestrian Emergency Braking (PEB) is not selected by the driver after ignition shut down. PEB is a subsystem of the FCW system that The system will reset to the default setting when intended to avoid a collision on its own, nor provides the driver with audible and visual...
  • Page 330 SAFETY pressure should always be set based on cold Warning Light will turn off once the system CAUTION! inflation tire pressure. This is defined as the tire receives the updated tire pressures. The vehicle pressure after the vehicle has not been driven may need to be driven for up to 20 minutes The TPMS has been optimized for the orig- ...
  • Page 331 SAFETY NOTE: Various Tire Pressure Monitoring System  messages, which display in the instrument The TPMS is not intended to replace normal  cluster tire care and maintenance or to provide Tire Pressure Monitoring System Warning warning of a tire failure or condition. ...
  • Page 332 SAFETY Should this occur, you should stop as soon as display a "SERVICE TPMS SYSTEM" message for A system fault may occur due to an incorrect possible and inflate the tires with a low pressure a minimum of five seconds and then display TPMS sensor location condition.
  • Page 333 SAFETY warning limit, upon the next ignition switch Once you repair or replace the original road The Tire Fill Alert feature cannot be entered if   cycle, the Tire Pressure Monitoring System tire and reinstall it on the vehicle in place of an existing TPMS fault is set to “active”...
  • Page 334 25% of the drivers set With the sensors installed and the trailer near pressure or if a system malfunction occurs. The or connected to your Ram truck, initiate the The horn will sound once to let the user know ...
  • Page 335 SAFETY fails. Each tire must be successfully paired condition (those in a different color in the during a single pairing process to receive the instrument cluster graphic) to the customer success screen. programmed target tire pressure value as shown at the top of the TTPMS instrument NOTE: cluster graphic.
  • Page 336: Occupant Restraint Systems

    SAFETY OCCUPANT RESTRAINT SYSTEMS Trailer Tire Pres sure System Not Configured 1. Children 12 years old and under should always ride buckled up in the rear seat of a A “Trailer Tire Pressure System Not Configured” Some of the most important safety features in vehicle with a rear seat.
  • Page 337: Seat Belt Systems

    SAFETY 8. Do not lean against the door or window. If Initial Indication YSTEMS your vehicle has side air bags, and If the driver is unbuckled when the ignition Buckle up even though you are an excellent deployment occurs, the side air bags will switch is first in the START or ON/RUN position, driver, even on short trips.
  • Page 338 SAFETY The BeltAlert warning sequence may repeat NOTE: WARNING! based on vehicle speed until the driver and If BeltAlert has been deactivated and the driver occupied outboard front seat passenger seat or outboard front seat passenger (if equipped Relying on the air bags alone could lead to ...
  • Page 339 SAFETY WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) A lap belt worn too high can increase the Be sure everyone in your vehicle is in a seat A seat belt that is worn under your arm is    risk of injury in a collision. The seat belt and using a seat belt properly.
  • Page 340 SAFETY Lap/Shoulder Belt Operating Instructions 3. When the seat belt is long enough to fit, insert the latch plate into the buckle until 1. Enter the vehicle and close the door. Sit you hear a “click.” back and adjust the seat. 2.
  • Page 341 SAFETY Lap/Shoulder Belt Untwisting Procedure WARNING! Use the following procedure to untwist a twisted Wearing your seat belt incorrectly could  lap/shoulder belt. make your injuries in a collision much 1. Position the latch plate as close as worse. You might suffer internal injuries, or possible to the anchor point.
  • Page 342 SAFETY Seat Belt Extender Seat Belts And Pregnant Women performance of the seat belt by removing slack from the seat belt early in a collision. If a seat belt is not long enough to fit properly, Pretensioners work for all size occupants, even when the webbing is fully extended and the including those in child restraints.
  • Page 343 SAFETY Switchable Automatic Locking Retractors necessary to comfortably wrap around the How To Engage The Automatic Locking Mode occupant’s mid-section. Slide the latch plate (ALR) 1. Buckle the combination lap and shoulder into the buckle until you hear a "click." The seat belts in the passenger seating belt.
  • Page 344: Supplemental Restraint Systems (Srs)

    SAFETY Air Bag System Components The ORC contains a backup power supply WARNING! (Continued) system that may deploy the air bag system even Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC)  if the battery loses power or it becomes Failure to replace the seat belt assembly ...
  • Page 345 SAFETY The Air Bag Warning Light does not come on Redundant Air Bag Warning Light  during the four to eight seconds when the If a fault with the Air Bag Warning ignition switch is first in the ON/RUN position. Light is detected, which could affect the Supplemental Restraint System The Air Bag Warning Light remains on after...
  • Page 346 SAFETY severe collisions. A higher energy output is used WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) for more severe collisions. Never place a rear-facing child restraint in Do not put anything on or around the air   This vehicle may be equipped with a driver and/ front of an air bag.
  • Page 347 SAFETY On the other hand, depending on the type and Occupant Classification System (OCS) — ORC. The ORC may reduce the inflation rate of location of impact, front air bags may deploy in the Passenger Advanced Front Air Bag Front Passenger Seat crashes with little vehicle front-end damage but deployment based on occupant classification.
  • Page 348 SAFETY Front Passenger Seat Occupant Status Front Passenger Air Bag Output Rear-facing child restraint Reduced-power deployment Child, including a child in a forward-facing child restraint or booster seat* Reduced-power deployment OR Full-power deployment Properly seated adult Full-power deployment OR reduced-power deployment Unoccupied seat Reduced-power deployment * It is possible for a child to be classified as an adult, allowing a full-power Passenger Advanced Front Air Bag deployment.
  • Page 349 SAFETY Lighter Weight Passengers (Including Small Examples of improper front passenger seating occupant may provide an output signal to the Adults) include: OCS that is different from the occupant’s properly seated weight input, for example: When a lighter weight passenger, including a The front passenger’s weight is transferred to ...
  • Page 350 SAFETY WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) If a child restraint system, child, small teen- Placing an object on the floor under the   ager or adult in the front passenger seat is front passenger seat may prevent the OCS seated improperly, the occupant may from working properly, which may result in provide an output signal to the OCS that is serious injury or death in a collision.
  • Page 351 SAFETY for any reason, take the vehicle to an authorized WARNING! WARNING! dealer. Only FCA US LLC approved seat accessories may be used. Unapproved modifications or service proce- Do not drill, cut, or tamper with the knee   dures to the passenger seat assembly, its impact bolsters in any way.
  • Page 352 SAFETY Supplemental Side Air Bag Inflatable Curtains edge of the headliner out of the way and covers (SABICs) the window. The SABICs inflate with enough force to injure occupants if they are not belted This vehicle is equipped with Supplemental and seated properly, or if items are positioned Side Air Bag Inflatable Curtains (SABICs).
  • Page 353 SAFETY Side Impacts Side Air Bags are a supplement to the seat belt WARNING! restraint system. Side Air Bags deploy in less The Side Air Bags are designed to activate in time than it takes to blink your eyes. Side Air Bags need room to inflate. Do not ...
  • Page 354 SAFETY Rollover Events Air Bag System Components If A Deployment Occurs The front air bags are designed to deflate Side Air Bags and seat belt pretensioners are NOTE: immediately after deployment. designed to activate in certain rollover events. The Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) moni- The Occupant Restraint Controller (ORC) tors the internal circuits and interconnecting NOTE:...
  • Page 355 SAFETY eye irritation, rinse the area with cool water. Enhanced Accident Response System Cut off battery power to the:  For nose or throat irritation, move to fresh air. In the event of an impact, if the communication Engine  If the irritation continues, see your doctor.
  • Page 356 SAFETY Enhanced Accident Response System Maintaining Your Air Bag System WARNING! (Continued) Reset Procedure WARNING! Do not attempt to modify any part of your  In order to reset the Enhanced Accident air bag system. The air bag may inflate acci- Modifications to any part of the air bag Response System functions after an event, the ...
  • Page 357: Child Restraints

    SAFETY Event Data Recorder (EDR) NOTE: Children 12 years or younger should ride EDR data are recorded by your vehicle only if a properly buckled up in a rear seat, if available. This vehicle is equipped with an event data non-trivial crash situation occurs;...
  • Page 358 SAFETY Before buying any restraint system, make sure NOTE: Canadian residents should refer to Transport  Canada’s website for additional information: that it has a label certifying that it meets all For additional information, refer to http://  applicable Safety Standards. You should also https://www.tc.gc.ca/en/services/road/ www.nhtsa.gov/parents-and-caregivers or child-car-seat-safety.html...
  • Page 359 SAFETY Infant And Child Restraints WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) Safety experts recommend that children ride Never place a rear-facing child restraint in  rear-facing in the vehicle until they are two years front of an air bag. A deploying passenger old or until they reach either the height or front air bag can cause death or serious weight limit of their rear-facing child restraint.
  • Page 360 SAFETY seat with a harness for as long as possible, up 1. Can the child sit all the way back against WARNING! (Continued) to the highest weight or height allowed by the the back of the vehicle seat? child seat. After a child restraint is installed in the ...
  • Page 361 SAFETY WARNING! Never allow a child to put the shoulder belt under an arm or behind their back. In a crash, the shoulder belt will not protect a child properly, which may result in serious injury or death. A child must always wear both the lap and shoulder portions of the seat belt correctly. Recommendations For Attaching Child Restraints Use Any Attachment Method Shown With An “X”...
  • Page 362 SAFETY Lower Anchors And Tethers For CHildren LATCH Positions For Installing Child (LATCH) Restraint System Restraints In This Vehicle Crew Cab Full Bench, Quad Cab Full Bench And 60/40 Split Bench LATCH Positions LATCH Label Top Tether Anchorage Symbol Your vehicle is equipped with the child restraint Crew Cab 60/40 Split Bench LATCH Positions Lower Anchorage Symbol (2 Anchorages Per anchorage system called LATCH, which stands...
  • Page 363 SAFETY Frequently Asked Questions About Installing Child Restraints With LATCH Use the LATCH anchorage system until the combined weight What is the weight limit (child’s weight + weight of the child of the child and the child restraint is 65 lbs (29.5 kg). Use restraint) for using the LATCH anchorage system to attach 65 lbs (29.5 kg) the seat belt and tether anchor instead of the LATCH system...
  • Page 364 SAFETY Locating The LATCH Anchorages some rear-facing child restraints will also be equipped with a tether strap. The tether strap The lower anchorages are round bars will have a hook at the end to attach to the top that are found at the rear of the seat tether anchorage and a way to tighten the strap cushion where it meets the seatback, after it is attached to the anchorage.
  • Page 365 SAFETY Crew Cab Split Bench Rear Seat: Center LATCH 1. Loosen the adjusters on the lower straps according to the child restraint Anchorages Available and on the tether strap of the child seat so manufacturer’s instructions. that you can more easily attach the hooks If a child restraint installed in the center 6.
  • Page 366 SAFETY See the “Automatic Locking Mode” description WARNING! WARNING! Ú page 341 for additional information on ALR. Improper installation of a child restraint to Improper installation or failure to properly   Please see the table below and the following the LATCH anchorages can lead to failure of secure a child restraint can lead to failure sections for more information.
  • Page 367 SAFETY Frequently Asked Questions About Installing Child Restraints With Seat Belts What is the weight limit (child’s weight + weight of the child Always use the tether anchor when using the seat belt to Weight limit of the restraint) for using the Tether Anchor with the seat belt to install a forward facing child restraint, up to the Child Restraint attach a forward facing child restraint?
  • Page 368 SAFETY 5. To lock the seat belt, pull down on the Any seat belt system will loosen with time, so WARNING! shoulder part of the belt until you have check the belt occasionally, and pull it tight if pulled all the seat belt webbing out of the necessary.
  • Page 369 SAFETY 3. Pass the tether strap hook through the Center Seat: space between the head restraint and the 1. Reach between the rear seat and rear seat back behind the child seat, through the glass to access the tether strap loop. tether strap loop behind the seat and over to the center tether strap loop.
  • Page 370 SAFETY 3. Pass the tether strap hook over the headrest behind the child seat, through the tether strap loop behind the seat and over to the right or left outboard tether strap loop. Tether Strap Through Center Tether Strap Loop And At- Outboard And Center Seating Positions Shown tached To Outboard Tether Strap Loop 5.
  • Page 371: Safety Tips

    SAFETY SAFETY TIPS Air Bag Warning Light RANSPORTING The Air Bag Warning Light will turn on for four Air Bags deploying in the front seat could harm RANSPORTING ASSENGERS to eight seconds as a bulb check when the your pet. An unrestrained pet will be thrown ignition switch is first placed in the ON/RUN NEVER TRANSPORT PASSENGERS IN THE about and possibly injured, or injure a...
  • Page 372 SAFETY Floor Mat Safety Information WARNING! (Continued) WARNING! (Continued) Always use floor mats designed to fit your ALWAYS REMOVE THE EXISTING FLOOR ALWAYS make sure objects cannot fall or   vehicle. Only use a floor mat that does not MAT FROM THE VEHICLE before slide into the driver’s side floor area when...
  • Page 373: Periodic Safety Checks You Should Make Outside The Vehicle

    SAFETY The best protection against carbon monoxide ERIODIC AFETY HECKS HOULD XHAUST entry into the vehicle body is a properly UTSIDE EHICLE maintained engine exhaust system. WARNING! Tires Whenever a change is noticed in the sound of Exhaust gases can injure or kill. They contain Examine tires for excessive tread wear and the exhaust system, when exhaust fumes can carbon monoxide (CO), which is colorless and...
  • Page 374: Carbon Monoxide Warnings

    SAFETY ARBON ONOXIDE ARNINGS WARNING! Carbon monoxide (CO) in exhaust gases is deadly. Follow the precautions below to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning: Do not inhale exhaust gases. They contain  carbon monoxide, a colorless and odorless gas, which can kill. Never run the engine in a closed area, such as a garage, and never sit in a parked vehicle with the engine running for an extended period.
  • Page 375: In Case Of Emergency

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY HAZARD WARNING FLASHERS ASSIST AND SOS SYSTEM — IF EQUIPPED Push the switch to turn on the Hazard Warning Flashers. When the switch is activated, all directional turn signals will flash on and off to warn oncoming traffic of an emergency. Push the switch a second time to turn off the Hazard Warning Flashers.
  • Page 376 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY ASSIST Call the cancellation button on the Device Screen. WARNING! Termination of the SOS Call will turn off the The ASSIST Button is used to automatically ALWAYS obey traffic laws and pay attention to green LED light on the overhead console. connect you to any one of the following support the road.
  • Page 377 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY in the vehicle. The vehicle’s SOS Call system WARNING! WARNING! (Continued) will attempt to remain connected with the SOS operator until the SOS operator termi- ALWAYS obey traffic laws and pay attention to The SOS Call system is embedded into the ...
  • Page 378 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY SOS Call System Limitations The vehicle battery loses power or becomes  WARNING! disconnected during a vehicle crash Vehicles sold in Mexico DO NOT have SOS Call Ignoring the overhead console light could  system capabilities. LTE (voice/data) or 4G (data) network and/or ...
  • Page 379: Jacking And Tire Changing

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY NOTE: REPARATIONS ACKING WARNING! (Continued) Your vehicle may be transmitting data as  NOTE: Being under a jacked-up vehicle is  authorized by the subscriber. If your vehicle is equipped with Air Suspension, dangerous. The vehicle could slip off the Never place anything on or near the vehicle’s you will need to enable Tire Jack Mode in the ...
  • Page 380: Jack Location

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 6. Block both the front and rear wheel EMOVAL OOLS diagonally opposite of each jacking To access the jack and tools, you must remove position. For example, if the driver’s front the plastic access cover located on the side of wheel is being changed, block the the front passenger’s seat.
  • Page 381 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY There are two ways to assemble the tools: NOTE: Assembled For Jack Operation If the tailgate is lowered, adding the shorter Assembled For Spare Tire Lowering/Raising extension 5 to jack extension 4 will enable lowering the spare tire without having to raise the tailgate.
  • Page 382: Removing The Spare Tire

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY EMOVING PARE 1. Remove the spare tire before attempting to jack up the truck. Attach the lug wrench to the extension tubes with the curved angle facing away from the vehicle. 2. Remove the protective cover over the access hole for the winch mechanism by sliding the cover upward.
  • Page 383: Jacking Instructions

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 6. Lift the spare tire with one hand to give NOTE: WARNING! (Continued) clearance to tilt the retainer at the end of The winch mechanism is designed for use with the cable. the extension tubes only. Use of an air wrench Do not get under the vehicle when it is on a ...
  • Page 384 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 4. Placement for the front and rear jacking CAUTION! locations are critical. See below images for Do not attempt to raise the vehicle by jacking proper jacking locations. on locations other than those indicated in the Jacking Instructions for this vehicle.
  • Page 385 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY When changing a rear wheel, assemble the WARNING! extension with jack hook to the jack and connect the extension tubes. Access the Raising the vehicle higher than necessary can rear jacking location from behind the rear make the vehicle less stable.
  • Page 386: To Stow The Flat Or Spare

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 2. Lift the spare tire with one hand to give PARE WARNING! clearance to tilt the retainer at the end of A loose tire or jack thrown forward in a the cable and position it properly across the WARNING! collision or hard stop, could endanger the wheel opening.
  • Page 387: Reinstalling The Jack And Tools

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 3. Remove the extension with the hook and reattach the short extension 5. Attach the lug wrench to the extension tubes with the curved angle facing away from the vehicle Ú page 378. Insert the extension tubes through the access hole between the lower tailgate and the top of the fascia/bumper and into the winch mechanism tube.
  • Page 388: Jump Starting

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY JUMP STARTING NOTE: REPARATIONS TART Ensure that the jack slides into the front hold The battery in your vehicle is located in the front If your vehicle has a discharged battery, it can down location. of the engine compartment, behind the left be jump started using a set of jumper cables 5.
  • Page 389: Jump Starting Procedure

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY TARTING ROCEDURE WARNING! Take care to avoid the radiator cooling fan WARNING!  whenever the hood is raised. It can start Failure to follow this jump starting procedure anytime the ignition switch is ON. You can could result in personal injury or property be injured by moving fan blades.
  • Page 390 IN CASE OF EMERGENCY 1. Connect the positive (+) end of the jumper 5. Start the engine in the vehicle that has the 3. Disconnect the positive (+) end of the cable to the positive (+) post of the booster battery, let the engine idle a few jumper cable from the positive (+) post of discharged vehicle.
  • Page 391: Refueling In Emergency - If Equipped

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY REFUELING IN EMERGENCY – IF EQUIPPED IF YOUR ENGINE OVERHEATS WARNING! The fuel filling procedure in case of an If the vehicle is overheating, it will need to be You or others can be badly burned by hot emergency is described on Ú...
  • Page 392: Manual Park Release

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY MANUAL PARK RELEASE 3. Using a small screwdriver or similar tool, open the Manual Park Release cover, which is located to the lower left of the steering WARNING! column. Always secure your vehicle by fully applying the parking brake before activating the Manual Park Release.
  • Page 393: Freeing A Stuck Vehicle

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY FREEING A STUCK VEHICLE 3. Allow the tether to retract with the lever WARNING! back to its original position. If your vehicle becomes stuck in mud, sand, or Fast spinning tires can be dangerous. Forces snow, it can often be moved using a rocking generated by excessive wheel speeds may motion.
  • Page 394: Towing A Disabled Vehicle

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY TOWING A DISABLED VEHICLE NOTE: CAUTION! (Continued) Vehicles equipped with the Active-Level Four This section describes procedures for towing a Corner Air Suspension System must be placed When “rocking” a stuck vehicle by shifting  disabled vehicle using a commercial towing between DRIVE and REVERSE, do not spin in Transport mode, before tying them down service.
  • Page 395: Two-Wheel Drive Models

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY Proper towing or lifting equipment is required to Using a suitable steering wheel stabilizer to HEEL RIVE ODELS  prevent damage to your vehicle. Use only tow hold the front wheels in the straight position FCA recommends towing your vehicle with all with the rear wheels raised when and the bars and other equipment designed for this four wheels OFF the ground using a flatbed.
  • Page 396: Emergency Tow Hooks - If Equipped

    IN CASE OF EMERGENCY ENHANCED ACCIDENT RESPONSE SYSTEM NOTE: CAUTION! (Continued) For off-road recovery, it is recommended to use (EARS) both of the front tow hooks to minimize the risk Towing this vehicle in violation of the above  requirements can cause severe transmis- of damage to the vehicle.
  • Page 397: Servicing And Maintenance

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE SCHEDULED SERVICING — GASOLINE authorized dealer, the message can be reset by Check tire pressure and look for unusual  referring to the steps described under wear or damage. Rotate tires at the first sign ENGINE of irregular wear, even if it occurs before the Instrument Cluster Display Ú...
  • Page 398 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE At Every Oil Change Interval As Indicated By Oil Change Indicator System: Change the oil and filter.  Rotate the tires. Rotate at the first sign of irregular wear, even if it occurs before the oil indicator system turns on. ...
  • Page 399 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Or Years: Or Kilometers: Additional Inspections Inspect the CV/Universal joints. Inspect front suspension, tie rod ends, and replace if necessary. Inspect the front and rear axle surfaces. If gear oil leakage is suspected, check the fluid level.
  • Page 400 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Or Years: Or Kilometers: If equipped with Stop/Start, replace accessory drive belt with OEM grade Mopar belt. Replace spark plugs. Flush and replace the engine coolant at 10 years or 150,000 miles (240,000 km) whichever comes first.
  • Page 401: Scheduled Servicing - Diesel Engine

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Based on engine operation conditions, the oil NOTE: WARNING! change indicator message will illuminate. This Under no circumstances should oil change You can be badly injured working on or means that service is required for your vehicle. intervals exceed 10,000 miles (16,000 km) or ...
  • Page 402: Maintenance Plan - Diesel Fuel Up To B5 Biodiesel

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE — D B5 B AINTENANCE IESEL IODIESEL Refer to the Maintenance Schedules for required maintenance. At Every Oil Change Interval As Indicated By Oil Change Indicator System: Change oil and filter.  Completely fill the Diesel Exhaust Fluid tank. ...
  • Page 403: Inspect Front Suspension, Tie Rod Ends, And Replace If Necessary. X X X X X Xx

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Or Years: Or Kilometers: Additional Inspections Completely fill the Diesel Exhaust Fluid tank. Inspect the CV/Universal joints. Inspect front suspension, tie rod ends, and replace if necessary. Inspect the front and rear axle fluid. If gear oil leakage is suspected, check the fluid level.
  • Page 404 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Mileage or time passed (whichever comes first) Or Years: Or Kilometers: Replace engine air cleaner. Flush and replace the engine coolant at 10 years or 150,000 miles (240,000 km) whichever comes first. Replace accessory drive belt(s). Inspect the transfer case fluid, change for any of the following: police, taxi, fleet, or frequent trailer towing.
  • Page 405: Additional Maintenance - B6 To B20

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE — B6 T DDITIONAL AINTENANCE WARNING! B20 B IODIESEL You can be badly injured working on or  around a motor vehicle. Do only service NOTE: work for which you have the knowledge and Under no circumstances should oil change ...
  • Page 406: Engine Compartment

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE ENGINE COMPARTMENT 3.6L E NGINE TART 1 — Motor Generator Unit Coolant Reservoir Pressure Cap 6 — Battery 2 — Engine Coolant Reservoir Pressure Cap 7 — Power Distribution Center (Fuses) 3 — Engine Oil Dipstick 8 — Washer Fluid Reservoir Cap 4 —...
  • Page 407: L Engine Without Stop/Start

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 5.7L E NGINE ITHOUT TART 1 — Engine Air Cleaner Filter 6 — Battery 2 — Engine Coolant Pressure Cap 7 — Power Distribution Center (Fuses) 3 — Engine Oil Fill 8 — Washer Fluid Reservoir Cap 4 —...
  • Page 408: L Engine With Stop/Start

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 5.7L E NGINE TART 1 — Engine Air Cleaner Filter 6 — Battery 2 — Engine Coolant Pressure Cap 7 — Power Distribution Center (Fuses) 3 — Engine Oil Fill 8 — Washer Fluid Reservoir Cap 4 — Engine Oil Dipstick 9 —...
  • Page 409: L Diesel Engine

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 3.0L D IESEL NGINE 1 — Engine Air Cleaner Filter 5 — Brake Fluid Reservoir Cap 2 — Engine Coolant Reservoir Pressure Cap 6 — Battery 3 — Engine Oil Dipstick 7 — Power Distribution Center (Fuses) 4 —...
  • Page 410: Checking Oil Level

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Adding 1 quart (1.0 liter) of oil when the reading To prevent freeze-up of your windshield washer HECKING EVEL is at the low end of the dipstick range will raise system in cold weather, select a solution or To ensure proper engine lubrication, the engine the oil level to the high end of the range mixture that meets or exceeds the temperature...
  • Page 411: Maintenance-Free Battery

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE VEHICLE MAINTENANCE AINTENANCE ATTERY CAUTION! Your vehicle is equipped with a An authorized dealer has the qualified service It is essential when replacing the cables on  maintenance-free battery. You will never have personnel, special tools, and equipment to the battery that the positive cable is to add water, and periodic maintenance is not perform all service operations in an expert...
  • Page 412: Engine Oil - Gas Engine

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE — G MS-12991, and that are API SN certified and Materials Added To Engine Oil NGINE NGINE meet the requirements of FCA LLC. FCA strongly recommends against the addition Engine Oil Selection — Gasoline Engine of any additives (other than leak detection dyes) American Petroleum Institute (API) Engine For best performance and maximum protection to the engine oil.
  • Page 413: Engine Air Cleaner Filter

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Engine Air Cleaner Filter Inspection And 2. Lift the engine air cleaner filter cover to NGINE LEANER ILTER access the engine air cleaner filter. Replacement For the proper maintenance intervals Inspect engine air cleaner filter for dirt and or 3.
  • Page 414: Diesel Engine

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Engine Air Cleaner Filter Installation CAUTION! CAUTION! (Continued) NOTE: If the “Water In Fuel Indicator Light” remains Diesel fuel will damage blacktop paving  Inspect and clean the housing if dirt or debris is surfaces. Drain the filter into an appro- on, DO NOT START the engine before you present before replacing the engine air cleaner priate container.
  • Page 415: Underbody Mounted Fuel Filter Replacement - Diesel Engine

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Drain the fuel/water separator filter when the and Nebraska) due to fuel cleanliness’ issues, 1. Turn engine off. “Water In Fuel Indicator Light” is ON. Within it’s recommended to replace the fuel filter every 2. Place a drain pan under the fuel filter 10 minutes of vehicle shutdown, turn the filter 10,000 miles.
  • Page 416: Priming If The Engine Has Run Out Of Fuel - Diesel Engine

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE RIMING NGINE NTERVENTION EGENERATION WARNING! — D — M IESEL NGINE TRATEGY ESSAGE ROCESS Do not use alcohol or gasoline as a fuel IESEL NGINE blending agent. They can be unstable under WARNING! certain conditions and be hazardous or This engine meets all required diesel engine Do not open the high pressure fuel system explosive when mixed with diesel fuel.
  • Page 417: Diesel Exhaust Fluid

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Refrigerant Recovery And Recycling — IESEL XHAUST LUID WARNING! R–1234yf Diesel Exhaust Fluid (DEF) sometimes known Use only refrigerants and compressor lubri-  R–1234yf Air Conditioning Refrigerant is a simply by the name of its active component, cants approved by FCA for your air condi- hydrofluoroolefin (HFO) that is endorsed by the UREA—is a key component of Selective Catalytic...
  • Page 418 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE The cabin air filter is located in the fresh air inlet 3. There are glove compartment travel stops 5. Remove the filter cover by pushing in on the behind the glove compartment. Perform the on both sides of the glove compartment finger tabs on each end of the filter cover.
  • Page 419: Accessory Drive Belt Inspection

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 6. Remove the cabin air filter by pulling it 9. Pull the tension tether outward and reinstall CCESSORY RIVE NSPECTION straight out of the housing. the glove compartment past the travel stops by pushing in on the glove compartment WARNING! sides.
  • Page 420: Body Lubrication

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE NOTE: attention should also be given to hood latching Identify and correct problem before new belt is components to ensure proper function. When installed. performing other underhood services, the hood latch release mechanism, and safety catch NOTE: should be cleaned and lubricated.
  • Page 421 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE NOTE: Wiper Blade Removal/Installation 2. To disengage the wiper blade from the wiper Life expectancy of wiper blades varies arm, press the release tab on the wiper CAUTION! depending on geographical area and frequency blade and while holding the wiper arm with of use.
  • Page 422: Exhaust System

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Installing The Front Wipers each time the vehicle is raised for lubrication or CAUTION! (Continued) oil change. Replace as required. 1. Lift the wiper arm off of the glass, until the Damage to the catalytic converter can ...
  • Page 423: Cooling System

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE overheating. If this occurs, stop the vehicle, turn Engine Coolant Checks OOLING YSTEM off the engine and allow it to cool. Service, Check the engine coolant (antifreeze) including a tune-up to manufacturer's WARNING! protection every 12 months (before the onset of specifications, should be obtained immediately.
  • Page 424 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cooling System — Drain, Flush And Refill non-OAT engine coolant is introduced into the be used up to 10 years or 150,000 miles cooling system in an emergency, the cooling (240,000 km) before replacement. To prevent NOTE: system will need to be drained, flushed, and reducing this extended maintenance period, it Some vehicles require special tools to add...
  • Page 425 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE NOTE: The cap should be inspected and cleaned if Checking Coolant Level — 3.6L Engine there is any accumulation of foreign material on The level of the coolant in the pressurized It is the owner's responsibility to maintain the ...
  • Page 426: Charge Air Cooler - Inter-Cooler (Diesel Engine)

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cooling System Notes Maintain engine coolant concentration at a  minimum of 50% OAT coolant (conforming to NOTE: MS.90032) and distilled water for proper When the vehicle is stopped after a few miles/ corrosion protection of your engine which kilometers of operation, you may observe vapor contains aluminum components.
  • Page 427: Brake System

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE and through another hose to the intake Fluid Level Check — Brake Master Cylinder WARNING! (Continued) manifold of the engine. This cooling process The fluid level of the brake master cylinder enables more efficient burning of fuel resulting To avoid contamination from foreign matter ...
  • Page 428: Automatic Transmission

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE If you notice fluid leakage or transmission performance and life. Use only the UTOMATIC RANSMISSION malfunction, visit an authorized dealer recommended transmission fluid Ú page 478. Special Additives immediately to have the transmission fluid level It is important to maintain the transmission fluid checked.
  • Page 429: Transfer Case

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE FUSES Drain And Refill NOTE: When refilling a limited slip differential axle For the proper maintenance intervals General Information which requires a friction modification additive, Ú page 395. the additive should be added before the gear WARNING! Lubricant Selection lubricant to ensure proper additive fill.
  • Page 430 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE External Power Distribution Center CAUTION! The Power Distribution Center is located in the If it is necessary to wash the engine engine compartment near the battery. This compartment, take care not to directly hit the center contains cartridge fuses, micro fuses, fuse box, and the windshield wiper motors relays, and circuit breakers.
  • Page 431 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – 10 Amp Red OUTPUT TO UPFITTER PDC — If Equipped – – Spare 20 Amp Blue – Trailer Tow Backup – 20 Amp Yellow Trailer Stop / Turn Lamp Left –...
  • Page 432 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description 50 Amp Red – ESP Module 30 Amp Pink – Front Wiper – 10 Amp Red PCM / ECM 40 Amp Green – ESP Module – – Spare – – Spare 20 Amp Blue –...
  • Page 433 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description 30 Amp Pink – Fuel Heater 30 Amp Pink – Rear Defroster – – Spare 30 Amp Pink – Htr Ctrl (Diesel Only) 20 Amp Blue – AUX SWITCH #6 — If Equipped 25 Amp White –...
  • Page 434 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Internal Power Distribution Center CAUTION! The Power Distribution Center is located under When installing the power distribution  the drivers side instrument panel. This center center cover, it is important to ensure the contains cartridge fuses, micro fuses, relays, cover is properly positioned and fully and circuit breakers.
  • Page 435 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – – Spare 40 Amp Green – HVAC Blower Motor – 5 Amp Tan Output to Under-hood Power Distribution Center (UPDC) Run Coil – 25 Amp Clear Mod Audio Amplifier / Active Noise Cancellation / SW Inverter –...
  • Page 436 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – 20 Amp Yellow Mod CRSM (Heat Rear LT) 30 Amp Pink – Mod DTCM / Mod Tailgate 30 Amp Pink – Mod CBC 1 Interior Light – 20 Amp Yellow RT Spot Lamp —...
  • Page 437 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description 30 Amp Pink – Mod Door MUX Driver 30 Amp Pink – Mod Door MUX Passenger F47 A&B – – Spare Rear View Mirror / SW Window Passenger / Rear USB / Wireless F48A 10 Amp Red Charging Pad Mod...
  • Page 438 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Cavity Cartridge Fuse Micro Fuse Description – – Spare – – Spare – 10 Amp Red Mod ORC – 10 Amp Red Run Accessory Feed — If Equipped CAUTION! When installing the power distribution  center cover, it is important to ensure the cover is properly positioned and fully latched.
  • Page 439: Bulb Replacement

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE BULB REPLACEMENT Replacement Bulbs NOTE: See an authorized dealer for LED bulb replacement. All of the inside bulbs are brass or glass-wedge base. Aluminum base bulbs are not approved. Interior Bulbs Bulb Name Bulb Number Overhead Console Lamps TS 212–9 Dome Lamp 7679...
  • Page 440 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Exterior Bulbs Bulb Name Bulb Number Front Side Marker (Halogen Reflector Headlamp) Front Side Marker (LED Headlamps) LED (Serviced at an authorized dealer) Front Fog Lamps (Halogen Reflector Headlamp) H11LL Front Fog Lamps (LED Headlamps) LED (Serviced at an authorized dealer) Side Indicators (Front And Side View Mirror) LED (Serviced at an authorized dealer) Base Rear Tail/Turn and Stop Lamp...
  • Page 441 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Replacing Exterior Bulbs NOTE: High Beam It may be necessary to remove/reposition Air Base Quad: Low Beam Headlamp, High Beam Cleaner Assembly to access passenger side Headlamp, Front Park And Turn — If Equipped headlamp/side marker light bulbs. Low Beam 4.
  • Page 442 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 4. Reach behind the headlamp and disengage Front Park And Turn 6. Separate the bulb from the socket without the access cover by rotating counter- twisting. See below steps to replace: clockwise. 7. Reverse the procedure for installation of 1.
  • Page 443 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 4. Disengage the side marker socket by Rear Tail/Stop, Turn Signal And Backup Lamps rotating counterclockwise a quarter turn. See below steps to replace: 5. Pull the socket and bulb straight out from 1. Remove the two screws and push pins the housing.
  • Page 444 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 2. Pull the outboard side of the lamp rearward 4. Rotate the bulb socket counterclockwise a far enough to unsnap the two receptacles quarter turn to unlock it from the housing. on the outboard side of the lamp housing 5.
  • Page 445: Tires

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE 3. Turn the desired bulb socket a quarter turn Tire Markings European — Metric tire sizing is based on  counterclockwise and remove the socket European design standards. Tires designed to this standard have the tire size molded and bulb from housing.
  • Page 446 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Tire Sizing Chart EXAMPLE: Example Size Designation: P215/65R15XL 95H, 215/65R15 96H, LT235/85R16C, T145/80D18 103M, 31x10.5 R15 LT P = Passenger car tire size based on US design standards, or "..blank.." = Passenger car tire based on European design standards, or LT = Light truck tire based on US design standards, or T or S = Temporary spare tire or 31 = Overall diameter in inches (in)
  • Page 447 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE EXAMPLE: H = Speed Symbol A symbol indicating the range of speeds at which a tire can carry a load corresponding to its load index under certain operating conditions  The maximum speed corresponding to the speed symbol should only be achieved under specified operating conditions (i.e., tire pressure, vehicle ...
  • Page 448 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE EXAMPLE: L9 = Code representing the tire size (two digits) ABCD = Code used by the tire manufacturer (one to four digits) 03 = Number representing the week in which the tire was manufactured (two digits) 03 means the 3rd week ...
  • Page 449 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Tire Loading And Tire Pressure This placard tells you important information about the: NOTE: 1. Number of people that can be carried in The proper cold tire inflation pressure is listed the vehicle. on the driver’s side B-Pillar or the rear edge of the driver's side door.
  • Page 450 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE NOTE: (3) Subtract the combined weight of the Metric Example For Load Limit Under a maximum loaded vehicle condition, driver and passengers from XXX kg or For example, if “XXX” amount equals 635 kg gross axle weight ratings (GAWRs) for the front XXX lbs.
  • Page 451: Tires - General Information

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE — G Four primary areas are affected by improper tire IRES ENERAL NFORMATION WARNING! pressure: Tire Pressure Overloading of your tires is dangerous. Safety  Overloading can cause tire failure, affect Proper tire inflation pressure is essential to the Fuel Economy vehicle handling, and increase your stopping safe and satisfactory operation of your vehicle.
  • Page 452 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Safety Both underinflation and overinflation affect the Tire Inflation Pressures stability of the vehicle and can produce a feeling The proper cold tire inflation pressure is listed WARNING! of sluggish response or over responsiveness in on the driver's side B-Pillar or rear edge of the the steering.
  • Page 453 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE cold tire inflation pressure must not exceed the maintaining correct tire inflation pressure is Tire Repair maximum inflation pressure molded into the very important. Increased tire pressure and If your tire becomes damaged, it may be tire sidewall. reduced vehicle loading may be required for repaired if it meets the following criteria: high-speed vehicle operation.
  • Page 454 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE limited driving capabilities and needs to be These indicators are molded into the bottom of WARNING! replaced immediately. A Run Flat tire is not the tread grooves. They will appear as bands repairable. When a Run Flat tire is changed Fast spinning tires can be dangerous.
  • Page 455 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Refer to the Tire and Loading Information WARNING! WARNING! placard or the Vehicle Certification Label for the Tires and the spare tire should be replaced after size designation of your tire. The Load Index and Do not use a tire, wheel size, load rating, or ...
  • Page 456: Tire Types

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Summer Or Three Season Tires — If Snow Tires WARNING! (Continued) Equipped Some areas of the country require the use of Failure to equip your vehicle with tires  snow tires during the Winter. Snow tires can be Summer tires provide traction in both wet and having adequate speed capability can identified by a “mountain/snowflake”...
  • Page 457: Spare Tires - If Equipped

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE — I Compact Spare Tire — If Equipped PARE IRES QUIPPED WARNING! The compact spare is for temporary emergency NOTE: Compact and collapsible spares are for use only. You can identify if your vehicle is For vehicles equipped with Tire Service Kit temporary emergency use only.
  • Page 458: Wheel And Wheel Trim Care

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Inflate collapsible tire only after the wheel is Full Size Spare — If Equipped WARNING! properly installed to the vehicle. Inflate the The full size spare is for temporary emergency collapsible tire using the electric air pump Limited use spares are for emergency use use only.
  • Page 459 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Your wheels are susceptible to deterioration When cleaning extremely dirty wheels including NOTE: caused by salt, sodium chloride, magnesium excessive brake dust, care must be taken in the If you intend parking or storing your vehicle for chloride, calcium chloride, etc., and other road selection of tire and wheel cleaning chemicals an extended period after cleaning the wheels...
  • Page 460: Snow Traction Devices

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Snow traction device must be of proper size RACTION EVICES  for the tire, as recommended by the snow Use of traction devices require sufficient traction device manufacturer. tire-to-body clearance. Due to limited clearance, No other tire sizes are recommended for use the following snow traction devices are ...
  • Page 461 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Snow Traction Device 4x4 (4WD) Axle Tire/Wheel Size (maximum projection beyond Trim Level tire profile or equivalent) Tradesman 275/65R18 Bighorn Lonestar Rear S Class 275/55/R20 Laramie Longhorn Sport Rear 275/55R20 S Class Limited REBEL Not Chainable WARNING! CAUTION! CAUTION! (Continued) Using tires of different size and type (M+S,...
  • Page 462: Tire Rotation Recommendations

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE or unusual wear should be corrected prior to shown on the sidewall of the tires on CAUTION! (Continued) rotation being performed. your vehicle. Observe the traction device manufacturer’s  The suggested rotation method is the “rearward All passenger vehicle tires must conform instructions on the method of installation, cross”...
  • Page 463: Traction Grades

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE STORING THE VEHICLE Sustained high temperature can cause RACTION RADES the material of the tire to degenerate The Traction grades, from highest to If you are storing your vehicle for more than and reduce tire life, and excessive lowest, are AA, A, B, and C.
  • Page 464: Body And Underbody Maintenance

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE contaminants, road surfaces on which the susceptible to stone breakage than glass If insects, tar, or other similar deposits have  accumulated on your vehicle, use Mopar vehicle is operated, extreme hot or cold weather headlights. and other extreme conditions will have an Super Kleen Bug and Tar Remover to Plastic is not as scratch resistant as glass and remove.
  • Page 465 SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Bumper Care If you carry special cargo such as chemicals,  CAUTION! (Continued) fertilizers, de-icer salt, etc., be sure that such The customer is responsible to clean and materials are well packaged and sealed. Avoid products or automatic car washes ...
  • Page 466: Interiors

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE To Help Maintain The Appearance Of Your Repairing The Spray-On Bedliner Stain Repel Fabric Cleaning Procedure — If Spray-On Bedliner, Follow The Steps Below: Equipped While extremely tough, it is possible to damage a Spray-On Bedliner. One common condition is Stain Repel seats may be cleaned in the 1.
  • Page 467: Plastic And Coated Parts

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE Seat Belt Maintenance Cleaning Plastic Instrument Cluster WARNING! Lenses Do not bleach, dye or clean the belts with A frayed or torn belt could rip apart in a chemical solvents or abrasive cleaners. This will The lenses in front of the instruments in this collision and leave you with no protection.
  • Page 468: Glass Surfaces

    SERVICING AND MAINTENANCE NOTE: LASS URFACES If equipped with light colored leather, it tends to All glass surfaces should be cleaned on a show any foreign material, dirt, and fabric dye regular basis with Mopar Glass Cleaner, or any transfer more so than darker colors. The leather commercial household-type glass cleaner.
  • Page 469: Technical Specifications

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER BRAKE SYSTEM WHEEL AND TIRE TORQUE SPECIFICATIONS The Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is found If power assist is lost for any reason (for Proper lug nut/bolt torque is very important to on the left front corner of the instrument panel, example, repeated brake applications with the ensure that the wheel is properly mounted to visible through the windshield.
  • Page 470: Fuel Requirements - Gasoline Engine

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NOTE: octane number can cause engine failure and Do not oil wheel studs. For chrome wheels, do may void or not be covered by the New Vehicle not substitute with chrome plated wheel nuts. Limited Warranty. Poor quality gasoline can cause problems such Inspect the wheel mounting surface prior to as hard starting, stalling, and hesitations.
  • Page 471: L Engine

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS 5.7L E NGINE ATERIALS DDED ASOLINE XYGENATE LENDS Do not use E-85 flex fuel or ethanol blends Besides using unleaded gasoline with the Some fuel suppliers blend unleaded gasoline greater than 15% in this engine. proper octane rating, gasolines that contain with oxygenates such as ethanol.
  • Page 472: Do Not Use E-85 In Non-Flex Fuel

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS E-85 I CNG or LP are not the responsibility of FCA and CAUTION! (Continued) may void the New Vehicle Limited Warranty. EHICLES The use of leaded gasoline is prohibited by  ETHYLCYCLOPENTADIENYL Non-Flex Fuel Vehicles (FFV) are compatible Federal law.
  • Page 473: Fuel Requirements - Diesel Engine

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FUEL REQUIREMENTS – DIESEL ENGINE IESEL PECIFICATIONS WARNING! This diesel engine has been developed to take Federal law requires that you must fuel this Do not use alcohol or gasoline as a fuel advantage of the high energy content and vehicle with Ultra Low Sulfur Highway Diesel blending agent.
  • Page 474: Biodiesel Fuel Requirements

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Biodiesel is a fuel produced from renewable IODIESEL EQUIREMENTS CAUTION! resources typically derived from animal fat, A maximum blend of 5% biodiesel meeting rapeseed oil (Rapeseed Methyl Ester (RME) In the event that the vehicle is filled with ASTM specification D975 is recommended for base), or soybean oil (Soy Methyl Ester (SME or biodiesel and not used for more than a...
  • Page 475 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Fuel Quality — Must Comply With ASTM Fuel Water Separation — Must Use Mopar Biodiesel Fuel Filter Change Intervals Standards Approved Fuel Filter Elements The use of biodiesel requires more frequent fuel filter change intervals. When operating on The quality of Biodiesel fuel may vary widely.
  • Page 476: Fluid Capacities

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS FLUID CAPACITIES Metric Fuel (Approximate) 1500 Regular Cab Shortbed/Crew Quad Cab Models 23 Gallons 87 Liters 1500 Regular Cab Shortbed/Crew Quad Cab Models 26 Gallons 98 Liters 1500 Regular Cab Longbed/Crew Quad Cab Models (Optional) 33 Gallons 121 Liters Engine Oil With Filter 3.6L Engine 5 Quarts...
  • Page 477: Engine Fluids And Lubricants

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS ENGINE FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS Component Fluid, Lubricant, or Genuine Part We recommend you use Mopar Antifreeze/Coolant 10 Year/150,000 Mile (240,000 km) Gas Engine Coolant Formula OAT (Organic Additive Technology). We recommend you use Mopar Antifreeze/Coolant 10 Year/150,000 Mile (240,000 km) Motor Generator Unit –...
  • Page 478 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS Component Fluid, Lubricant, or Genuine Part We recommend you use Mopar fuel filter. Must meet 3 micron rating. Using a fuel filter that does not meet FCA’s filtration and water separating requirements can severely impact fuel system life and reliability. Under normal conditions the diesel fuel filter should be replaced every 20,000 miles (32,000 km) (every other oil change).
  • Page 479 TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS NOTE: CAUTION! (Continued) If Climatized or Number 1 ULSD fuel is not avail- able, and you are operating below 20°F (-6°C), Do not use water alone or alcohol-based  in sustained arctic conditions, Mopar Premium engine coolant (antifreeze) products. Do Diesel Fuel Treatment (or equivalent) is recom- not use additional rust inhibitors or anti- mended to avoid gelling.
  • Page 480: Chassis Fluids And Lubricants

    TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS CHASSIS FLUIDS AND LUBRICANTS Component Fluid, Lubricant, or Genuine Part Use only Mopar ZF 8&9 Speed ATF Automatic Transmission Fluid, or equivalent. Failure to use Automatic Transmission the correct fluid may affect the function or performance of your transmission. Transfer Case –...
  • Page 481: Customer Assistance

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE SUGGESTIONS FOR OBTAINING SERVICE (additional charges may apply). If you need a This is why you should always talk to an rental, it is advisable to make these authorized dealer’s service manager first. If for FOR YOUR VEHICLE arrangements when you call for an some reason you are still not satisfied, talk to appointment.
  • Page 482: Fca Canada Inc. Customer Center

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE FCA C ANADA USTOMER ENTER USTOMER SSISTANCE ERVICE ONTRACT (TDD/ EARING PEECH MPAIRED P.O. Box 1621 You may have purchased a service contract for TTY) a vehicle to help protect you from the high cost Windsor, Ontario N9A 4H6 of unexpected repairs after the FCA US LLC's To assist customers who have hearing Phone: (800) 465-2001 English /...
  • Page 483: Warranty Information

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE MOPAR® PARTS cannot become involved in individual We appreciate that you have made a major investment when you purchased the vehicle. An problems between you, an authorized Mopar® original equipment parts & authorized dealer has also made a major dealer or FCA US LLC.
  • Page 484: Publication Order Forms

    CUSTOMER ASSISTANCE PUBLICATION ORDER FORMS To access your Owner's Information online, visit Le présent appareil est conforme aux CNR www.mopar.com/om d`Innovation, Science and Economic To order the following manuals, you may use Development applicables aux appareils radio To order a hard copy of your Owner’s either the website or the phone numbers listed exempts de licence.
  • Page 485 INDEX ........54 Air Cleaner, Engine (Engine Air Cleaner Automatic Headlights ............411 ........53 Adaptive Cruise Control (ACC) (Cruise Filter) Automatic High Beams ..........177 ......415 ......85 Control) Air Conditioner Maintenance Automatic Tailgate Release ....422 ......415 ....65 Adding Engine Coolant (Antifreeze) Air Conditioner Refrigerant Automatic Temperature Control (ATC) ..........
  • Page 486 ........318 ....371 ........455 Blind Spot Monitoring Carbon Monoxide Warning Compact Spare Tire ............56 ........282 Bluetooth Cargo Light Connected Services ..............268 ....... 301 Connecting To A Particular Mobile Phone Connected Services FAQ ....275 ..........309 ....... 286 Or Audio Device After Pairing Cellular Phone Connected Services Features...
  • Page 487 Jump Starting ........... 386 Daytime Running Lights ........53 Electric Brake Control System ....... 311 ...........410 Dealer Service ..........409 Anti-Lock Brake System ......310 Oil Filler Cap ..........404 Defroster, Rear Window ........63 Electronic Roll Mitigation ....312 Oil Filter ............
  • Page 488 ............371 ..........48 Fluid Leaks Heated Mirrors .....49 ...........38 Fluid Level Checks Garage Door Opener (HomeLink) Heated Seats ............425 ........469 ........150 Brake Gasoline, Clean Air Heater, Engine Block ...........478 ........ 469 Fluid, Brake Gasoline, Reformulated High Beam/Low Beam Select (Dimmer) ..........55 ..............53 Fog Lights...
  • Page 489 Lights ............371 Seat Belt Reminder ........126 Jack Location ..........377 Air Bag ........126 Security Alarm .......... 127 Jump Starting ..........386 Brake Assist Warning ....... 314 Service ............437 Brake Warning .......... 126 Traction Control ........314 Bulb Replacement ........
  • Page 490 ....235 ............... 369 Malfunction Indicator Light (Check Off-Road Driving (Off-Pavement) Pets ............130 .......... 410 ..........271 Engine) Oil Filter, Change Phone Mode ........410 ..........90 Manual Oil Filter, Selection Pickup Box ............482 .......... 128 ........81 Service Oil Pressure Light Pinch Protection ............
  • Page 491 Remote Keyless Entry Schedule, Maintenance ....395 Radial Ply Tires ..........451 Programming Additional Key Fobs ....20 Seat Belt Reminder ........126 Radiator Cap (Coolant Pressure Cap) .. 421 Remote Sound System (Radio) Control ..259 Seat Belts ..........335 Radio Remote Start (Diesel) ........25 Adjustable Shoulder Belt ......
  • Page 492 ..........34 ..........28 Seats SiriusXM Satellite Radio Steps, Power Side ........... 34 ......... 264 ....297 Adjustment Browse in SXM Stolen Vehicle Assistance ........... 37 ........... 264 ............68 Easy Entry Favorites Storage .......... 40 ............262 ....68 Head Restraints Replay Storage Compartment, Center Seat ............
  • Page 493 Tires ........371 Towing ..........214 Aging (Life Of Tires) ........452 Disabled Vehicle ........392 Uconnect Air Pressure ..........449 Guide ............218 Phone Call Features ......... 276 Chains ............458 Recreational ..........230 Things You Should Know About Your Compact Spare .........455 Weight ............
  • Page 494 Pair (Link) Uconnect Phone To A Mobile Water Separator ...........273 ........295 ..........412 Phone Vehicle Finder Diesel Fuel .......275 ........298 ......456 Phonebook Download Vehicle Health Alert Wheel And Wheel Tire Care ....278 ........297 ......456 Place/Retrieve A Call From Hold Vehicle Health Report Wheel And Wheel Tire Trim ...........281...
  • Page 495 It is always the driver’s responsibility to comply with all local laws. This Owner’s Manual has been prepared to help you get acquainted with your new Ram brand vehicle and to provide a convenient reference for common questions.
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