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Seite 1 - Foldout Entervan

344432008 & Up ChryslerFoldout Entervan®

Seite 2 - Congratulations

Page 8Safety SymbolsSAFETY FIRST! Know That...CCAUTIONThis symbol indicates important informa-tion regarding how to avoid a hazard-ous situation

Seite 3 - CONTENTS

Page 9Whenever parking your Entervan and before utilizing Entervan power features, always engage the vehicle transmission in Park “P” and engage the v

Seite 4 - & Warranty Registration

Page 10Switches that activate Entervan power functions at all times:• Keyless Entry Transmitter• Overhead Console Passenger Power Sliding Door Switch•

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Page 11OPERATIONPress and release this switch twice (x2)One-Touch Control ActivationEntervan power door, kneel and ramp functions will be activated by

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Page 12Center Console SwitchFor front seat passengers, a switch is located in the center console (dashboard). B-Pillar SwitchA switch is located on t

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Page 13OPERATIONC-Pillar SwitchA switch is located on the wall panel behind the passenger slide door (C-Pillar). Press and release this switchPress an

Seite 8 - FEATURES

Page 14OPERATIONKneel On/Off SwitchThe Kneel On/Off switch is located on the driver side of the center console. The Kneel On/Off switch turns the kne

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Page 15WARNINGKeep clear of area in which power door operates. Failure to do so may result in bodily injury and/or property damage.Keep clear of the

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Page 16OPERATIONAutomatic Kneel SystemKneeling is the lowering motion of the Entervan electrome-chanical rear suspension. The kneel system lowers the

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Page 17OPERATIONNote: If the Entervan is in the kneeled position (with ramp deployed) and the transmission is disengaged from Park “P,” the ramp will

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Congratulations We at The Braun Corporation wish to express our fullest apprecia-tion on your new purchase. With you in mind, our skilled craftsmen

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Page 18OPERATIONPower Ramp Operation The power ramp is activated by the electronic control system using any of the control switches identified on page

Seite 14 - Press and release this switch

Page 19WARNINGProvide adequate clearance outside of vehicle to ac-commodate ramp. Failure to do so may result in serious bodily injury and/or propert

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Page 20Use HAND HOLD to carefully deploy and stow ramp.Power Ramp Manual OperationThe power ramp can be manu-ally deployed and stowed. Ramp manual op

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Page 21OPERATIONRamp Electrical Override An electrical override feature is incorporated in the power ramp system. The override by-pass-es the electro

Seite 17 - Extension Strap

Page 22OPERATIONRamp SafetyWheelchair passengers and attendants (when ap-plicable), must use basic common sense and good judgment regarding ramp safet

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Page 23OPERATIONas specified by the manufac-turer, before loading onto a wheelchair ramp.Different types of disabili-ties require different types of wh

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Page 24OPERATIONThe aid of an attendant stabilizing the wheelchair is recommended for optimum safety. Wheelchair passengers who intend to enter and e

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Page 25WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINTOne Forward-Facing Wheelchair and Occupant Belt Kit is supplied for the restraint of one wheelchair and occupa

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Page 26No product developed to date can guarantee successful securement of the wheelchair, even at low speeds, in the event of an accident. The Braun

Seite 22 - Use HAND HOLD to carefully

Page 27Wheelchair Passenger Securement: Two lap belt extensions are supplied for securement of the wheel-chair occupant. The lap belt extensions are

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Page 1CONTENTSRamp Safety ... 22-24Wheelchair and Occupant Restraint ... 25-33Seat Removal

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Page 28Restraint Belt Angles Locate wheelchair in forward-facing position center-ing wheelchair squarely within “L” track. The front and rear belts,

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Page 29To Engage Keeper Fitting:1. Insert keeper fitting into track (align two engage-ment feet with holes in track). See Photo A.2. Push down on fit

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Page 30WHEELCHAIR AND OCCUPANT RESTRAINTOver-center Buckle Belt“L” TrackKeeperOver-center Buckle BeltOEM Installed Upper Torso Lap and Shoulder Harnes

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Page 31KeeperOver-center Buckle BeltOEM Installed Upper Torso Lap and Shoulder Harness “L” Track “L” Track “L” TrackAdjustable Lap Belt ExtensionKeepe

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Page 321. Connect chair hook to a solid frame member of the wheelchair (as shown in Photo E).2. Position and connect belt keeper fitting (attachment)

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Page 33Lap and Shoulder Belt Attachments Refer to Photos K-N.1. Position and connect the adjust-able lap belt extension keeper fitting (attachment) to

Seite 30 - Side ViewRear View

Page 34Front Seats: In an effort to produce vehicles that can be configured to meet a variety of customer needs, the driver and passenger seat bases h

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Page 35SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONWhen positioning seats, it is your responsibility to reconnect all seat electrical harnesses. Failure to properly

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Page 37Front Seat Wiring Harnesses and ReceptaclesAn electrical harness receptacle is located to the rear of each seat base in the wall (at “B” pillar

Seite 34 - Belt Release: Press

Page 2WARRANTY AND REGISTRATION INSTRUCTIONSVehicle Identification Number (VIN) Examine your Entervan® for any damage. Should any damage have occurred

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Page 38SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONWhen installing seats, be cer-tain seat wiring harnesses are reconnected. Failure to do so may result in power se

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Page 39TOP2889115910151622293323283437449515 1022 1633 2928 2337 341Alignment GuideAlignment Groove(at 12 o’clock)Receptacle SocketSeat Harness PlugSe

Seite 37 - Pull back on Rear Seat Cover

Page 40SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONFront Seat Bases“Step & roll” quick-release seat base attachments engage re-cessed floor strikers (supports).

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Page 41SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONIllustrations depict seat base only.BACDEFFoot PedalStowed Seat BaseStowed Seat BaseDepress foot pedal.Deployed Re

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Page 42SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONFront Seat Installation Instructions1. Roll seat base into position, just behind the floor mounted strikers.

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Page 43SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONFECDABStowed (locked) Seat BaseStowed (locked) Seat BaseEngage front strikers (a) and depress engagement bar (b).R

Seite 41 - Disconnect

Page 44SEAT REMOVAL AND INSTALLATIONThird Row SeatsThird row 60/40 split bench seats have been modified during conver-sion procedures. Seat backs can

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Page 45Third Row Seat Removal:Note: Removal of the passenger side section of the seat is prohib-ited*. Policy detailed on previous page.1. From the

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Page 46LIMITED WARRANTYIn accordance with the Chrysler 5 year/100,000 mile corrosion warranty, The Braun Corporation war-rants to the purchaser of its

Seite 44 - Engagement

Page 4736 Months or36,000 Miles (whichever comes first)Years/Miles in ServiceSpecific Area CoveredCorrosion LimitedWarranty Outer Panels5 Year or100,000

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Page 3 INTRODUCTIONOperation Quick Reference GuideThe Braun Entervan® lowered floor conversion is designed to provide years of pleasure and mobility in

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Page 48Both the 5 year/100,000 mile corrosion and the 3 year/36,000 mile limited warranties described on previous page commence on the date the conver


Page 49of the failure of anyone to operate the same in ac-cordance with the printed instructions of The Braun Corporation or because of operation of t

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Page 50PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCEMaintenance is necessary to ensure safe and trouble free Entervan operation. General pre-ventive maintenance consisting

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Page 51PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCEPreventive maintenance visual in-spections, cleaning and lubrication procedures do not take the place of the procedures s

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Page 52AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY / BELOW FLOOR OBSTRUCTIONSNote: The technical information provided on pages 52-55 of this manual is service related. I

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Page 53Fuse Blocks: Two fuse blocks are provided for use as an auxil-iary power source (one Ignition fuse block and one Battery fuse block).The Batte

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Page 54Below Floor ObstructionsWhen installing an electrical tie-down, power seat or other auxilia-ry electrical device in an Entervan, obstructions b

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Page 55AUXILIARY POWER SUPPLY / BELOW FLOOR OBSTRUCTIONSQ(p)BrakeLinesBraunControllerEmergencyBrake CablesSide ImpactSensorSide ImpactSensorSide Impac

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Page 56JACKING AND TIRE CHANGING INSTRUCTIONSJacking and Tire ChangingInterior Spare Tire Mount: The spare tire is located behind the rear bench seat

Seite 55 - OEM Fasteners

Page 57REPORTING SAFETY DEFECTSReporting Safety Defects to the United States GovernmentIf you believe that your vehicle has a defect which could cause

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Page 4ENTERVAN OPERATION QUICK REFERENCE GUIDEInterior mounted control switches display one of these graphics.One-Touch Control ActivationEntervan pow

Seite 57 - Obstructions

Page 58Towing with a EntervanUse of this lowered floor conversion vehicle for towing is prohibited. If your Entervan Needs TowedIf case of service, The

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"Providing Access to the World"®Over 300 Braun Dealers Worldwide

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34443March 2008Patent #6,825,628 B2

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Page 5Just press any oneof the buttons like the one pictured above or those shown on page 4 (press twice on the key transmitter). . .Operating Your Ne

Seite 61 - Dealers Worldwide

Page 6One-Touch Electronic Con-trol System: The electronic control system provides simple one-touch activation of Enter-van power functions. For you

Seite 62 - Patent #6,825,628 B2

Page 7Wheelchair and Occupant Belt Kit is supplied for the restraint of one wheelchair and occupant. The belt kit is used in conjunc-tion with the flo

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