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VEHICLE CHARGING SAFETY

Make sure you have read and fully understood the following warnings before attempting to charge the vehicle. Failure to observe cautions and warnings may result in vehicle damage, injury, or DEATH in the event of an accident.

WARNING

Never disassemble, remove or replace high voltage components, cables or connectors. High voltage cables and connectors are coloured orange for identification purposes.

CAUTION

Never use a charging cable if there is any damage to the unit.

CAUTION

Never use an extension lead or multiple socket in order to extend the reach of a charging cable.

CAUTION

Never connect a plug adaptor to a charging cable, when travelling abroad.

CAUTION

Never attempt to pull the cable from the charging port once it is locked. Damage to the cable locking mechanism will result. Press the unlock button on the smart key if disconnection is required. The cable locking mechanism re-engages after a short time.

CAUTION

Always select the correct charging cable for your vehicle when using a public charging station, with a connector that matches the vehicle’s charging port.

CAUTION

Always fully unwind the charging cable. Failure to fully unwind the charging cable could lead to overheating of the cable.

CAUTION

Before initially connecting a charging cable, make sure the electricity supply has been checked and approved by a suitably qualified person.

CAUTION

Always contact a retailer/authorised repairer if the charging cable fails to release regularly.

NOTES

Before attempting to perform any repairs on a vehicle, consult a retailer/authorised repairer.