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Do not polish the instrument panel. Polished surfaces are reflective, and may interfere with the driver’s view. Driving without a clean view may lead to a collision, resulting in serious injury or death.


Do not use fluids on electrical equipment such as switches and screens. Fluids can leak into any gaps around the components or between panels or trim and cause damage to components.


Do not use upholstery cleaner on electrical equipment such as dashboard switches. Certain products may damage the vehicle's electrical equipment.

Observe the following points when cleaning screens and displays:

  • To avoid unwanted activation, clean the display while it is switched off.

  • Clean with a soft, dry cloth.

  • Do not use chemical agents or domestic cleaners.

  • Do not allow sharp, hard or abrasive objects to make contact with screens.

  • Avoid exposing screens to direct sunlight for long periods.

  • To prevent errors occurring, make sure only one finger at a time is in contact with the touchscreen.

  • Do not use excessive pressure.