Never attempt to remove the radiator cap whilst the engine is operating
Always disconnect the negative terminal first and reconnect it last
These tips are to be followed in case of an emergency. The vehicle should then be attended to, in an Authorised Service outlet.
|Sr. No||Problem Observed||Probable Cause)||Action to be taken|
|1||Engine not cranking||Loose or bad battery / electrical connections||Check ignition fuse. Clean and tighten connections.|
|2||Engine cranks but does not start||Air in the fuel system||Get the air removed by bleeding.|
|3||Engine overheats||Engine fan not working||Check / replace the cooling fan fuse.|
|4||Non-functional electrical accessories such as power windows, head lamps, fuel and temp. gauge, RPM meter, wiper and washer unit and all lamps||Fuse blown in the circuit. Loose connectors. Circuit relay / controllers loose in the base.||Replace the fuse, if blown. Get the Connection properly tightened / fixed. Fix the relay firmly.|
When the vehicle leaves the roadway, do not steer sharply. Slow down slightly before pulling back into the travel lanes.
Disclaimer- All the information is in general for your specific model please refer to your owner’s manual.