battery CHRYSLER ASPEN HYBRID 2007 2.G Warranty Booklet
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2007 Chrysler Aspen
• N EED A TOW ? If your vehicle cannot be driven because of a
mechanical breakdown, it will be towed to the nearest authorized
DaimlerChrysler Canada Retailer which services your brand of vehicle
(or to the DaimlerChrysler Canada Retailer of your choice, provided it
is within a 5-kilometre distance of the point of breakdown).
• S TUC k? If your vehicle is stuck in a ditch or snow on or adjacent to
a public roadway and appears to be undamaged, and the tow facility has
access, it will be winched to the nearest road surface. If your vehicle is
unable to proceed under its own power and a tow is required once
the winch is performed, you will be responsible for paying the service
facility for the winch and the tow.
• DEAD BATTERY ? If your battery is dead, jump-start assistance will be
dispatched to your location. In the event that your vehicle fails to start,
your vehicle will be towed to the nearest DaimlerChrysler Retailer (or to
the DaimlerChrysler Retailer of your choice provided it is within a
5-kilometre distance of the point of breakdown).
• LOC kED OUT ? If your keys are locked in your vehicle or your
locks are frozen, help will be sent to your location. (Service is limited
to providing access to the seating area only and does not include the
cost of replacing keys.)
5/100 ROadSid E a SS iST aNCE PRO gR aM
We are pleased to provide this 24-hour Roadside Assistance Program for
all new 2007 vehicles which have a 3-year or 60,000-kilometre Basic
Warranty and a 5-year or 100,000-kilometre Powertrain Warranty.
Eligible vehicles must be registered in Canada and are covered for
5 years or 100,000 kilometres, whichever occurs first, from the
vehicle’s warranty start date. Vehicles placed in police, taxi, limousine,
postal or ambulance service and all SRT vehicles, are covered for
roadside assistance for 3 years or 60,000 kilometres only (whichever
occurs first). Roadside Assistance service will be provided to the owner
or driver of an eligible vehicle.
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2007 Chrysler Aspen
• FLAT TIRE ? If you have a flat tire, the service facility will remove
it and install your spare tire. The spare tire must be inflated and in
sound operating condition. Tire repairs are not covered.
• OUT OF FUEL ? If your vehicle runs out of fuel, a small amount
of gasoline will be delivered to your location, where regulations
permit. In all other cases, including alternate fuels, your vehicle will
be towed to the nearest re-fuelling centre. In these instances, the
cost of fuel purchased will be your responsibility.
Please read “About Roadside Assistance” (page 23) because there
are some limitations that may affect the service available to you.
tO request assistance (see alsO inside frOnt cOver)
If your vehicle requires any of the services provided by the program,
call this toll-free number anytime, from any location in Canada or
the United States: 1-800-363-4869 (this number does not ring
at DaimlerChrysler Canada). Please identify yourself as a
DaimlerChrysler vehicle ow ner and be ready to provide:
❏ Your Vehicle Identification Number ❏ Your licence plate number ❏ Your odometer reading (kilometres)❏ The location of your vehicle and the phone number where you can be reached
❏ Type of service needed (tow, flat tire, battery boost, etc.)
Note: • In severe weather, some delays may be expected.
• You will have to personally authorize the service provided
by the tow company
• If your vehicle is towed to a retailer, you are responsible for
contacting the retailer to authorize the service
tOWing after the prOgram expires
Coverage under the Roadside Assistance Program expires at 5 years
or 100,000 kilometres (or at 3 years or 60,000 kilometres, if
applicable), whichever occurs first. If you call the toll-free number
for assistance after the program expires, you will have to pay for the
Some emissions coverage lasts longer than the Roadside
Assistance Program.* For warranted emission system repairs
after the program expires, towing (only) will be provided on a
reimbursement basis. Call the toll-free number and service will be
dispatched, but you will have to pay for the tow. For reimbursement
consideration, see your authorized retailer for further details.
*See page 10.
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MAINTENANCE Scheduled maintenance must be completed to provide the best vehicle performance and reliability. The limited warranties in the warranty booklet DO NOT COVER repairs required due to improper maintenance. We strongly suggest you keep track of scheduled maintenance and keep receipts or other documents. Use only recommended Mopar lubricants and genuine Mopar parts. In the event that a condition arises between maintenance intervals, please contact your retailer. AVOID
P RO lONGED PERIODS Of I DlING .
WHERE TIME (MONTHS) AND METRAGE ARE INDICATED, FOLLOW THE INTERVAL THAT OCCURS FIRST.
AT EACH STOP FOR FUEL
Check the engine oil level about 5 minutes
after a fully warmed engine is shut off. Checking the oil level while the vehicle is on level ground will improve the accuracy of the oil level reading. Add oil only when the level is at or below the ADD or MIN mark.
Check the windshield washer solvent and
add if required.
ONCE A MONTH
Check the tire pressure and look for unusual
wear or damage.
Inspect the battery and clean and tighten the
terminals as required.
Check the fluid levels of coolant reservoir,
brake master cylinder and transmission and add as needed.
Check all the lights and all other electrical
items for correct operation.
Check and clean wiper blades. Replace if
VISUA l INSPECTIONS –
INSPECT fOR SIGNS O f COMPONENT DETERIORATION
AND PHYSICA l DAMAGE.
There are two maintenance schedules contained in your Owner’s Manual. Schedule “B” best describes operating conditions in Canada and
is the recommended service schedule. for
your convenience, the scheduled maintenance intervals outlined in this booklet follow the Severe Service Schedule as described in your Owner’s Manual. Schedule “B” is for vehicles that are operated under one or more of the following conditions: day or night temperatures
below 0°C (32° f); stop-and-go driving; extensive
engine idling; driving in dusty conditions; short trips of less than 16 km (10 mi.); more than
50% of your driving is at sustained high speeds
during hot weather, above 32°C (90° f); trailer
towing; heavy loading; snowploughing; taxi, police, or delivery service (commercial service); off-road or desert driving; if equipped for and operating with E-85 (ethanol) fuel. Schedule “A” is for vehicles that are not operated under any of the conditions listed under Schedule “B.”The performance of all scheduled service work is required to maintain your vehicle in good operating condition. DaimlerChrysler Canada Inc. reserves the right to deny warranty coverage if the vehicle has not been properly maintained. While we do not insist that such work be performed by factory-authorized retailers, we strongly recommend that an authorized Chrysler, Jeep® or Dodge Retailer perform this work.