Brakes

SERVICE AND EMERGENCY BRAKES

Front:

disc, floating shoe, self-ventilated.

Rear:

drum, self-centering calipers.

Crossed hydraulic circuit control.

Vacuum brake booster.

ABS system with four sensors and EBD.

Automatic take-up of friction liner wear.

Lacking the ABS, there is the brake force distributor that acts on rear brake circuit according to load on rear axle

HANDBRAKE

Controlled by a lever, it works mechanically on the rear brake shoes.

    See also:

    Adjusting the front seat belt height
    Make the height adjustment when the vehicle is stationary. Always adjust the height of the seat belt to fit the person wearing it. This could greatly reduce the risk of injury in the case of colli ...

    Drivers seat
    Only make adjustments when the vehicle is stationary. Moving the seat backwards or forwards Lift the lever A-fig. 50 and push the seat forwards or backwards. You are in the correct position for d ...

    Emergency start-up
    If the instrument panel warning light stays on with fixed light, the emergency start-up can be performed by using the CODE card code (see section In an emergency). ...