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2005 Chevy Chevrolet Optra Owners Manual – PDF Download


2005 Chevy Chevrolet Optra Owners Manual

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2005 Chevy Chevrolet Optra Owners Manual

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NUMBER OF PAGES:336 PAGES

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This manual includes the latest information at the time it was printed. We reserve the right to make changes after that time without further notice. For vehicles first sold in Canada, substitute the name “General Motors of Canada Limited” for Chevrolet Motor Division whenever it appears in this manual. Keep this manual in the vehicle, so it will be there if it is needed while you are on the road. If the vehicle is sold, leave this manual in the vehicle.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • 2005 Chevy Chevrolet Optra Owners Manual
  • Seats and Restraint Systems 1-1
    Front Seats 1-2
    Rear Seats 1-7
    Safety Belts 1-8
    Child Restraints 1-25
    Airbag System 1-48
    Restraint System Check 1-63
    Features and Controls 2-1
    Keys 2-2
    Doors and Locks 2-8
    Windows 2-14
    Theft-Deterrent Systems 2-16
    Starting and Operating Your Vehicle 2-18
    Mirrors 2-33
    Storage Areas 2-35
    Sunroof 2-38
    Instrument Panel 3-1
    Instrument Panel Overview 3-4
    Climate Controls 3-21
    Warning Lights, Gages, and Indicators 3-26
    Audio System(s) 3-42
    Driving Your Vehicle 4-1
    Your Driving, the Road, and Your Vehicle 4-2
    Towing 4-33
    Service and Appearance Care 5-1
    Service 5-3
    Fuel 5-5
    Checking Things Under the Hood 5-10
    Headlamp Aiming 5-37
    Bulb Replacement 5-38
    Windshield Wiper Blade Replacement 5-44
    Tires 5-45
    Appearance Care 5-66
    Vehicle Identification 5-75
    Electrical System 5-75
    Capacities and Specifications 5-82
    Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts 5-83
    Maintenance Schedule 6-1
    Maintenance Schedule 6-2
    Customer Assistance and Information 7-1
    Customer Assistance and Information 7-2
    Reporting Safety Defects 7-10
    Index 1

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INDEX DETAILS:

Accessory Power Outlets 3-18
Adding Equipment to Your Airbag-Equipped
Vehicle 1-62
Additives, Fuel 5-6
Add-On Electrical Equipment 5-75
Air Cleaner/Filter, Engine 5-17
Air Conditioning 3-21
Airbag
Passenger Status Indicator 3-30
Readiness Light 3-29
Airbag Sensing and Diagnostic Module (SDM) 7-9
Airbag System 1-48
Adding Equipment to Your Airbag-Equipped
Vehicle 1-62
How Does an Airbag Restrain? 1-55
Passenger Sensing System 1-58
Servicing Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle 1-62
What Makes an Airbag Inflate? 1-55
What Will You See After an Airbag Inflates? 1-56
When Should an Airbag Inflate? 1-53
Where Are the Airbags? 1-51
Antenna, Backglass 3-54
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) 4-6
Anti-Lock Brake, System Warning Light 3-33
Appearance Care 5-66
Aluminum Wheels 5-71
Chemical Paint Spotting 5-73
Cleaning Exterior Lamps/Lenses 5-70
Fabric/Carpet 5-67
Finish Care 5-70
Finish Damage 5-72
Glass Surfaces 5-69
Instrument Panel 5-69
Interior Plastic Components 5-69
Leather 5-68
Sheet Metal Damage 5-72
Tires 5-72
Underbody Maintenance 5-73
Vehicle Care/Appearance Materials 5-74
Vinyl 5-68
Washing Your Vehicle 5-69
Weatherstrips 5-69
Windshield and Wiper Blades 5-71
Ashtrays 3-19
Audio System(s) 3-42
Audio Steering Wheel Controls 3-52
Backglass Antenna 3-54
Care of Your CD Player 3-53
Care of Your CDs 3-53
Radio with CD 3-42, 3-46
Understanding Radio Reception 3-53
Automatic Transaxle
Fluid 5-19
Operation 2-21
Backglass Antenna 3-54
Battery 5-33
Before Leaving on a Long Trip 4-20
Brake
Anti-Lock Brake System (ABS) 4-6
Emergencies 4-8
Parking 2-27
System Inspection 6-23
System Warning Light 3-32
Brakes 5-30
Braking 4-5
Braking in Emergencies 4-8
Break-In, New Vehicle 2-18
Bulb Replacement 5-38
Center High-Mounted Stoplamp (CHMSL) 5-42
Fog Lamps 5-40
Front Turn Signal and Parking Lamps 5-39
Halogen Bulbs 5-38
Headlamp Aiming 5-37
Headlamps 5-38
Bulb Replacement (cont )
Replacement Bulbs 5-43
Sidemarker Lamps 5-41
Taillamps, Turn Signal, Stoplamps and
Back-up Lamps 5-42
Turn Signal Lamps 5-40
Buying New Tires 5-54
California Fuel 5-5
Canadian Owners ii
Capacities and Specifications 5-82
Carbon Monoxide 2-11, 2-13, 2-31, 4-23, 4-35
Care of
Your CD Player 3-53
Your CDs 3-53
Center High-Mounted Stoplamp (CHMSL) 5-42
Center Rear Passenger Position, Safety Belts 1-24
Chains, Tire 5-57
Charging System Light 3-32
Check
Engine Light 3-36
Checking Things Under the Hood 5-10
Chemical Paint Spotting 5-73
Child Restraints
Child Restraint Systems 1-31
Infants and Young Children 1-27
Lower Anchorages and Top Tethers for
Children (LATCH System) 1-39
Older Children 1-25
Securing a Child Restraint Designed
for the LATCH System 1-41
Securing a Child Restraint in a Rear
Seat Position 1-41
Securing a Child Restraint in the Right
Front Seat Position 1-43
Top Strap 1-35
Top Strap Anchor Location 1-36
Where to Put the Restraint 1-34
Cigarette Lighter 3-19
Cleaning
Aluminum Wheels 5-71
Exterior Lamps/Lenses 5-70
Fabric/Carpet 5-67
Finish Care 5-70
Glass Surfaces 5-69
Instrument Panel 5-69
Interior Plastic Components 5-69
Leather 5-68
Tires 5-72
Underbody Maintenance 5-73
Cleaning (cont )
Vinyl 5-68
Washing Your Vehicle 5-69
Weatherstrips 5-69
Windshield and Wiper Blades 5-71
Climate Control System 3-21
Air Filter, Passenger Compartment 3-24
Outlet Adjustment 3-24
Clock 3-20
Clutch, Hydraulic 5-19
Compact Spare Tire 5-66
Control of a Vehicle 4-5
Convenience Net 2-37
Coolant
Engine Temperature Gage 3-35
Heater, Engine 2-20
Surge Tank Pressure Cap 5-23
Cooling System 5-24
Cruise Control Lever 3-12
Cruise Control Light 3-39
Cupholder(s) 2-35
Customer Assistance Information
Courtesy Transportation 7-7
Customer Assistance for Text
Telephone (TTY) Users 7-4
Customer Assistance Offices 7-4
Customer Satisfaction Procedure 7-2
GM Mobility Reimbursement Program 7-5
Reporting Safety Defects to General Motors 7-11
Customer Assistance Information (cont )
Reporting Safety Defects to the Canadian
Government 7-11
Reporting Safety Defects to the United
States Government 7-10
Roadside Assistance Program 7-6
Service Publications Ordering Information 7-11
Daytime Running Lamps 3-15
Daytime Running Lamps Indicator Light 3-40
Defensive Driving 4-2
Doing Your Own Service Work 5-4
Dome Lamp 3-17
Door
Ajar Light 3-40
Central Door Unlocking System 2-9
Door Ajar Reminder 2-9
Locks 2-8
Power Door Locks 2-9
Rear Door Security Locks 2-10
Driver
Position, Safety Belt 1-14
Seat Tilt Adjuster 1-3
Driving
At Night 4-14
City 4-18
Driving (cont )
Defensive 4-2
Drunken 4-2
Freeway 4-19
Hill and Mountain Roads 4-21
In Rain and on Wet Roads 4-16
Rocking Your Vehicle to Get it Out 4-28
Winter 4-23
Electrical System
Add-On Equipment 5-75
Engine Compartment Fuse Block 5-79
Fuses and Circuit Breakers 5-76
Headlamp Wiring 5-76
Instrument Panel Fuse Block 5-77
Power Windows and Other Power Options 5-76
Windshield Wiper Fuses 5-76
Engine
Air Cleaner/Filter 5-17
Battery 5-33
Check and Service Engine Soon Light 3-36
Coolant 5-20
Coolant Heater 2-20
Coolant Temperature Gage 3-35
Cooling System Inspection 6-23
Engine (cont )
Engine Compartment Overview 5-12
Exhaust 2-31
Oil 5-14
Overheating 5-23
Starting 2-19
Event Data Recorders (EDR) 7-9
Extender, Safety Belt 1-24
Exterior Lamps 3-15
Filter
Engine Air Cleaner 5-17
Finish Damage 5-72
Flash-to-Pass 3-10
Flat Tire 5-58
Flat Tire, Changing 5-59
Flat Tire, Storing 5-65
Fluid
Automatic Transaxle 5-19
Manual Transaxle 5-19
Power Steering 5-28
Windshield Washer 5-29
Fog Lamp Light 3-39
Fog Lamps 3-16, 5-40
Front Armrest Storage Area 2-36
Front Storage Area 2-36
Fuel 5-5
Additives 5-6
California Fuel 5-5
Filling a Portable Fuel Container 5-9
Filling Your Tank 5-7
Fuels in Foreign Countries 5-6
Gage 3-41
Gasoline Octane 5-5
Gasoline Specifications 5-5
Low Warning Light 3-41
System Inspection 6-23
Fuses
Engine Compartment Fuse Block 5-79
Fuses and Circuit Breakers 5-76
Instrument Panel Fuse Block 5-77
Windshield Wiper 5-76
Gage
Engine Coolant Temperature 3-35
Fuel 3-41
Speedometer 3-28
Tachometer 3-28
Gasoline
Octane 5-5
Specifications 5-5
Glove Box 2-35
GM Mobility Reimbursement Program 7-5
Hazard Warning Flashers 3-8
Head Restraints 1-6
Headlamp
Aiming 5-37
Headlamp Wiring 5-76
Headlamps 5-38
Bulb Replacement 5-38
Daytime Running Lamps 3-15
Flash-to-Pass 3-10
Front Turn Signal and Parking Lamps 5-39
Halogen Bulbs 5-38
High/Low Beam Changer 3-10
On Reminder 3-15
Sidemarker Lamps 5-41
Turn Signal Lamps 5-40
Heater 3-21
Highbeam On Light 3-40
Highway Hypnosis 4-21
Hill and Mountain Roads 4-21
Hold Mode Light 3-35
Hood
Checking Things Under 5-10
Release 5-10
Horn 3-8
How to Use This Manual ii
How to Wear Safety Belts Properly 1-13
Hydraulic Clutch 5-19
Ignition Positions 2-18
Infants and Young Children, Restraints 1-27
Inflation — Tire Pressure 5-51
Inspection
Brake System 6-23
Engine Cooling System 6-23
Exhaust System 6-23
Fuel System 6-23
Part C – Periodic Maintenance 6-22
Steering, Suspension and Front Drive Axle
Boot and Seal 6-22
Throttle System 6-23
Instrument Panel
Brightness 3-17
Cluster 3-26
Overview 3-4
Jump Starting 5-34
Keyless Entry System 2-3
Keys 2-2
Labelling, Tire Sidewall 5-46
Lamps
Dome 3-17
Exterior 3-15
Fog 3-16, 5-40
Map 3-18
LATCH System
Child Restraints 1-39
Securing a Child Restraint Designed for the
LATCH System 1-41
Liftgate 2-13
Light
Airbag Readiness 3-29
Anti-Lock Brake System Warning 3-33
Brake System Warning 3-32
Light (cont )
Charging System 3-32
Cruise Control 3-39
Daytime Running Lamps Indicator 3-40
Door Ajar 3-40
Fog Lamp 3-39
Highbeam On 3-40
Hold Mode 3-35
Low Fuel Warning 3-41
Malfunction Indicator 3-36
Oil Pressure 3-38
Passenger Airbag Status Indicator 3-30
Safety Belt Reminder 3-29
Safety Belt Reminder Tone 3-29
Speed Sensitive Power Steering (SSPS)
Warning Light 3-34
TCS Warning Light 3-34
Traction Control System (TCS) Warning 3-34
Trunk Ajar 3-40
Loading Your Vehicle 4-28
Lockout Protection 2-11
Locks
Central Door Unlocking System 2-9
Door 2-8
Lockout Protection 2-11
Power Door 2-9
Rear Door Security Locks 2-10
Long Trip/Highway Scheduled Maintenance 6-13
Loss of Control 4-13
Low Fuel Warning Light 3-41
Lumbar
Manual Controls 1-4
Maintenance, Normal Replacement Parts 5-83
Maintenance Schedule
At Each Fuel Fill 6-18
At Least Once a Month 6-18
At Least Once a Year 6-19
At Least Twice a Year 6-18
Brake System Inspection 6-23
Engine Cooling System Inspection 6-23
Exhaust System Inspection 6-23
Fuel System Inspection 6-23
How This Section is Organized 6-3
Introduction 6-2
Long Trip/Highway Scheduled Maintenance 6-13
Maintenance Requirements 6-2
Part A – Scheduled Maintenance Services 6-4
Part B – Owner Checks and Services 6-18
Part C – Periodic Maintenance Inspections 6-22
Maintenance Schedule (cont )
Part D – Recommended Fluids
and Lubricants 6-24
Part E – Maintenance Record 6-26
Selecting the Right Schedule 6-5
Short Trip/City Scheduled Maintenance 6-6
Steering, Suspension and Front Drive Axle
Boot and Seal Inspection 6-22
Throttle System Inspection 6-23
Using Your 6-4
Your Vehicle and the Environment 6-2
Malfunction Indicator Light 3-36
Manual Lumbar Controls 1-4
Manual Seats 1-2, 1-3
Manual Transaxle
Fluid 5-19
Operation 2-25
Manual Windows 2-15
Map Lamps 3-18
Mirrors
Manual Rearview Mirror 2-33
Outside Convex Mirror 2-34
Outside Heated Mirrors 2-34
Outside Manual Mirrors 2-33
Outside Power Mirrors 2-34
MyGMLink com 7-3
New Vehicle Break-In 2-18
Normal Maintenance Replacement Parts 5-83
Odometer 3-28
Odometer, Trip 3-28
Off-Road Recovery 4-11
Oil
Engine 5-14
Pressure Light 3-38
Older Children, Restraints 1-25
Online Owner Center 7-3
Other Warning Devices 3-8
Outlet Adjustment 3-24
Outside
Convex Mirror 2-34
Heated Mirrors 2-34
Manual Mirrors 2-33
Power Mirrors 2-34
Owners, Canadian ii
Park (P)
Shifting Into 2-28
Shifting Out of 2-29
Parking
Brake 2-27
Over Things That Burn 2-31
Parking Your Vehicle 2-30
Part A – Scheduled Maintenance Services 6-4
Part B – Owner Checks and Services 6-18
Part C – Periodic Maintenance Inspections 6-22
Part D – Recommended Fluids and Lubricants 6-24
Part E – Maintenance Record 6-26
Passenger Airbag Status Indicator 3-30
Passenger Compartment Air Filter 3-24
Passenger Sensing System 1-58
Passing 4-12
Power
Accessory Outlets 3-18
Door Locks 2-9
Electrical System 5-76
Steering Fluid 5-28
Windows 2-15
Pretensioners, Safety Belt 1-2
Questions and Answers About Safety Belts 1-13
Radios 3-42
Care of Your CD Player 3-53
Care of Your CDs 3-53
Radio with CD 3-42, 3-46
Understanding Reception 3-53
Rear Door Security Locks 2-10
Rear Seat Armrest 2-37
Rear Seat Operation 1-7
Rear Seat Passengers, Safety Belts 1-21
Rearview Mirrors 2-33
Reclining Seatbacks 1-4
Recreational Vehicle Towing 4-33
Remote Keyless Entry System 2-3
Remote Keyless Entry System, Operation 2-4
Removing the Flat Tire and Installing the
Spare Tire 5-61
Removing the Spare Tire and Tools 5-60
Replacement Bulbs 5-43
Reporting Safety Defects
Canadian Government 7-11
General Motors 7-11
United States Government 7-10
Restraint System Check
Checking Your Restraint Systems 1-63
Replacing Restraint System Parts
After a Crash 1-63
Restraint Systems
Checking 1-63
Replacing Parts 1-63
Right Front Passenger Position, Safety Belts 1-21
Roadside
Assistance Program 7-6
Rocking Your Vehicle to Get it Out 4-28
Roof Rack Provisions 2-37
Running Your Engine While You Are Parked 2-32
Safety Belt
Pretensioners 1-24
Reminder Light 3-29
Reminder Tone 3-29
Safety Belts
Center Rear Passenger Position 1-24
Driver Position 1-14
How to Wear Safety Belts Properly 1-13
Questions and Answers About Safety Belts 1-13
Rear Seat Passengers 1-21
Right Front Passenger Position 1-21
Safety Belt Extender 1-24
Safety Belt Use During Pregnancy 1-21
Safety Belts Are for Everyone 1-8
Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster 1-20
Safety Warnings and Symbols iii
Seats
Driver Seat Tilt Adjuster 1-3
Head Restraints 1-6
Manual 1-2, 1-3
Manual Lumbar 1-4
Rear Seat Operation 1-7
Reclining Seatbacks 1-4
Securing a Child Restraint
Designed for the LATCH System 1-41
Rear Seat Position 1-41
Right Front Seat Position 1-43
Selecting the Right Schedule, Maintenance 6-5
Service 5-3
Adding Equipment to the Outside of
Your Vehicle 5-5
Service (cont )
Doing Your Own Work 5-4
Engine Soon Light 3-36
Publications Ordering Information 7-11
Servicing Your Airbag-Equipped Vehicle 1-62
Sheet Metal Damage 5-72
Shifting Into Park (P) 2-28
Shifting Out of Park (P) 2-29
Short Trip/City Scheduled Maintenance 6-6
Shoulder Belt Height Adjuster 1-20
Signals, Turn and Lane-Change 3-10
Spare Tire
Installing 5-61
Removing 5-60
Storing 5-65
Specifications, Capacities 5-82
Speed Sensitive Power Steering (SSPS)
Warning Light 3-34
Speedometer 3-28
Starting Your Engine 2-19
Steering 4-9
Steering, Suspension and Front Drive Axle
Boot and Seal Inspection 6-22
Steering Wheel Controls, Audio 3-52
Steering Wheel, Tilt Wheel 3-9
Storage Areas 2-35
Convenience Net 2-37
Cupholder(s) 2-35
Front Armrest Storage Area 2-36
Front Storage Area 2-36
Glove Box 2-35
Rear Seat Armrest 2-37
Roof Rack Provisions 2-37
Sunglasses Storage Compartment 2-36
Stuck in Sand, Mud, Ice or Snow 4-27
Sun Visors 2-16
Sunroof 2-38
Tachometer 3-28
Taillamps
Turn Signal, Stoplamps and Back-up Lamps 5-42
TCS Warning Light 3-34
Theft-Deterrent System 2-16
Theft-Deterrent Systems 2-16
Throttle System Inspection 6-23
Tilt Adjuster, Driver Seat 1-3
Tilt Wheel 3-9
Time 3-20
Tires 5-45
Aluminum Wheels, Cleaning 5-71
Buying New Tires 5-54
Chains 5-57
Changing a Flat Tire 5-59
Cleaning 5-72
Compact Spare Tire 5-66
If a Tire Goes Flat 5-58
Inflation — Tire Pressure 5-51
Inspection and Rotation 5-52
Installing the Spare Tire 5-61
Removing the Flat Tire 5-61
Removing the Spare Tire and Tools 5-60
Storing a Flat or Spare Tire and Tools 5-65
Tire Sidewall Labelling 5-46
Tire Terminology and Definitions 5-48
Uniform Tire Quality Grading 5-55
Wheel Alignment and Tire Balance 5-56
Wheel Replacement 5-56
When It Is Time for New Tires 5-53
Top Strap 1-35
Top Strap Anchor Location 1-36
Towing
Recreational Vehicle 4-33
Towing a Trailer 4-35
Your Vehicle 4-33
Traction
Control System (TCS) 4-8
Control System Warning Light 3-34
Transaxle
Fluid, Automatic 5-19
Fluid, Manual 5-19
Transaxle Operation, Automatic 2-21
Transaxle Operation, Manual 2-25
Trip Odometer 3-28
Trunk 2-11
Trunk Ajar Light 3-40
Turn and Lane-Change Signals 3-10
Turn Signal/Multifunction Lever 3-9
Understanding Radio Reception 3-53
Uniform Tire Quality Grading 5-55
Vehicle
Control 4-5
Damage Warnings iv
Loading 4-28
Parking Your 2-30
Symbols iv
Vehicle Data Collection and Event
Data Recorders 7-9
Vehicle Identification
Number (VIN) 5-75
Service Parts Identification Label 5-75
Ventilation Adjustment 3-24
Visors 2-16
Warning Lights, Gages and Indicators 3-26
Warnings
Hazard Warning Flashers 3-8
Other Warning Devices 3-8
Safety and Symbols iii
Vehicle Damage iv
Wheels
Alignment and Tire Balance 5-56
Replacement 5-56
Where to Put the Restraint 1-34
Windows 2-14
Manual 2-15
Power 2-15
Windshield
Wiper Blades, Cleaning 5-71
Windshield Washer 3-12
Fluid 5-29
Windshield Wiper
Blade Replacement 5-44
Fuses 5-76
Windshield Wipers 3-11
Winter Driving 4-23
Your Vehicle and the Environment 6-2

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