Husqvarna 4210-EXP Automobile User Manual

Driving Instructions
2005 Husqvarna 4210-G, 4210-E, 4210-GXP, and 4210-EXP Owner’s Manual Page 21
Zero-speed detect will not limit vehicle speed to 1 mph (1.6 km/h) on very steep grades. Do
not operate vehicle on slopes exceeding 20% grades.
Pedal Up Motor Braking (adjustable on IQ System vehicles): Accelerate the vehicle to full speed
and then release the accelerator pedal. Motor braking should quickly and smoothly slow the vehicle to
approximately 11 mph (17.7 km/h). Motor braking will disengage when vehicle slows to 11 mph (17.7
km/h). This feature is adjustable for IQ System vehicles only. Contact your local Husqvarna dealer/dis-
tributor to inquire about this adjustable feature.
Pedal Down Motor Braking: Accelerate down an incline with the accelerator pedal pressed. When the
vehicle reaches maximum designed speed, motor braking should engage and limit the vehicle to its
maximum designed speed. On very steep grades, the vehicle may slightly exceed its maximum
designed speed, requiring use of the brake pedal.
Gasoline Vehicles
Accelerator: With the key switch in the ON position and the Forward/Reverse switch in the FOR-
WARD position, as the accelerator pedal is pressed, the engine should start and the vehicle should
accelerate smoothly to full speed. When the pedal is released it should return to the original position
and the engine should stop. All Husqvarna vehicles operate at reduced speed in reverse.
Governor: Check maximum speed of the vehicle. The vehicle should operate at 17 mph (27 km) on a
level surface.
Only licensed drivers should be allowed to drive the vehicle.
If renting or loaning the vehicle, make sure the driver is familiar with all controls and
operating procedures before allowing the vehicle to be driven.
No more than two people should be on the vehicle at one time.
The vehicle is not specially equipped for handicapped persons:
- Be sure all persons can properly operate the vehicle prior to allowing them to drive the
- Be sure all passengers are capable of securing themselves in a vehicle before allowing
them to ride in one.
For night use, the vehicle must be equipped with headlights, taillights and reflectors.
Stop the vehicle before shifting the Forward/Reverse handle. Failure to do so may result in
injury to an unsuspecting passenger and (or) damage to the vehicle.
To help avoid being struck, do not stand in front of or behind the vehicle.
Operate the vehicle from the driver seat only.
To help prevent falls from the vehicle, remain seated in a moving vehicle and hold on to hand
holds or handrails at all times. Driver should keep both hands on the steering wheel when the
vehicle is in motion.
To help prevent the possibility of serious injury, keep your entire body inside the vehicle.
Do not leave children unattended on vehicle.
• To help prevent overturning the vehicle, drive slowly straight up and down slopes. Avoid
driving the vehicle on slopes exceeding 20% incline.