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  • Page 3: Driving

    Welcome to your new RENAULT This driver’s handbook contains all the information you will need: • to get to know your Renault, to use it to the best advantage and to benefit from all the latest technical developments which are incorporated in it.

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    Brief overview • Tyre pressures ....................0.04 - 0.05 • Adjusting the seats and driving position ..........1.11 1.14 • Child restraints ................... 1.24 1.36 • Warning lights .................... 1.42 1.52 • Horn and headlamp flash ............. 1.55 1.57 - 1.62 •...

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

    Sections Getting to know your car ..............Driving ....................... Your comfort ....................Maintenance ....................Practical advice ................... Technical specifications ................ Alphabetical index ..................0.03...

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    Special features of the 2.0 16V version The tyres on this vehicle cannot be fitted with chains. If you wish to fit snow chains, you must use special equipment. Consult your Renault Dealer. (1) Vehicle with automatic transmission: add 0.1 bar.

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    Special features of the 2.0 16V version The tyres on this vehicle cannot be fitted with chains. If you wish to fit snow chains, you must use special equipment. Consult your Renault Dealer. (1) Vehicle with automatic transmission: add 3 PSI.

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    Section 1: Getting to know your car Keys - plip remote control unit ......................1.02 - 1.03 Doors ............................... 1.04 - 1.05 Automatic locking of doors when driving ..................... 1.06 Engine immobiliser system ........................1.07 - 1.08 Head restraints - Seats ......................... 1.09 1.12 Seat belts/Methods of restraint in addition to the front seat belts ..........

  • Page 10

    KEYS / RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL The plip remote control 1 locks and Locking/unlocking the doors unlocks the doors. Press remote control It is supplied with power by a approximately one second to lock or battery which has to be replaced unlock the doors.

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    RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL (continued) The range within which the remote If you lose your keys or need control will operate another set of keys (or a remote control), contact your RENAULT This varies according Dealer. environment: therefore take care when handling the remote control •...

  • Page 12

    OPENING THE DOORS Opening the doors from the Opening the doors from inside Childproof locks outside the vehicle To prevent the rear doors being opened from inside the vehicle, Front: Use the key to unlock the Move handle 4. move lever 5 on each door and front door lock 2.

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    LOCKING THE DOORS Opening status warning light The warning light on switch 2 informs you of the closure status of the doors and tailgate: - the light comes on when the doors are locked; - when a door is opened (or incorrectly closed) the indicator light goes out.

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    However, they closed To deactivate correctly, consult your Renault With the ignition on, press the Dealer. central door locking button 1 for Also make sure that locking has not approximately 5 seconds, until you been deactivated inadvertently.

  • Page 15

    If the code of the ignition key is not modification recognised by the vehicle, warning immobiliser system light 1 will flash continuously and (computers, wiring, etc.) the engine cannot be started. may be dangerous. It must be carried qualified RENAULT personnel. 1.07...

  • Page 16

    ENGINE IMMOBILISER (continued) In all instances, you must contact a RENAULT Dealer, who are the only people authorised to repair the engine immobiliser system. If the coded ignition key is faulty, use the second key (supplied with the vehicle). Warning light to indicate that the...

  • Page 17

    HEAD RESTRAINTS To raise or lower the headrest To remove the headrest Pull the headrest towards you (i.e. First incline the seatback towards towards the front of the vehicle) and the rear. slide it up or down at the same time. Raise the headrest until it is at the highest possible setting.

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    REAR HEAD RESTRAINTS Storage position To adjust the height Simply slide it up. When the headrest is fully lowered, it is in the storage position; do not To remove it use this position when someone is sitting in the rear seats. Press tab 1.

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    FRONT SEATS So that the effectiveness of seat belts reduced, we would advise you not to recline the seatbacks excessively. Make sure the seatback is locked in place correctly. No objects should be placed on the floor (area in front of driver) as such objects may slide under the pedal during braking manoeuvres, thus obstructing its use.

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    FRONT SEATS (continued) Access to the rear seats Heated seats (three-door versions) With the ignition switched Lift lever 5 and slide the seat on, press the switch located on the forwards. rail cover 6. An indicator light will light up on the instrument panel. To return the seat to its original position (memorised position) on The system is not necessarily...

  • Page 21

    SEAT BELTS Always wear your seat belt when Adjusting your driving position travelling in your car. You must also • Sit with your back firmly against comply with the local legislation in the seatback. the particular country you are in. This is essential to ensure your lumbar vertebrae are in the Before driving off:...

  • Page 22

    (approximately 3 cm); - allow the belt to rewind by itself; - unwind the belt once more; - if the problem persists, consult your RENAULT Dealer. Driver's seat belt fastened warning light If the driver's seat belt is...

  • Page 23

    • To avoid premature triggering of vehicle is subjected to a frontal the system which may cause impact. injury, only qualified RENAULT Depending on the force of the Network personnel may work on impact the system may engage: pretensioner...

  • Page 24

    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELT (continued) Force limiter Driver and passenger airbags Above a certain severity of impact, These are fitted to both the driver this mechanism is used to limit the and the front passenger seats. force of the belt against the body so “Airbag”...

  • Page 25

    RENAULT Dealer soon passenger's head against possible. dashboard. airbag(s) then deflate(s) immediately so that the passengers are not impeded in any way when they get out of the vehicle.

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    • As a safety precaution, have the airbag system checked if your vehicle has been involved in an accident, is stolen or broken into. • When selling or lending the vehicle, inform the user of these points and hand over this handbook with the vehicle. • When scrapping your vehicle, contact your RENAULT Dealer for disposal of the gas generator(s). 1.18...

  • Page 27

    • The steering wheel must not be removed (except by qualified personnel from the RENAULT network). • Do not sit too close to the steering wheel. If you sit with your arms slightly bent (see the information on Adjusting your driving position in Section 1), you will ensure that there is sufficient space for the airbag to inflate properly and to be fully effective.

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    Consult your RENAULT Dealer to see if appropriate covers available from RENAULT outlets. The use of any covers other than those designed for your vehicle (and including those designed another vehicle) may affect the operation of these airbags and reduce your protection.

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    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE REAR SEAT BELTS Force limiter In the event of a frontal impact above certain severity, this mechanism is used to limit the force of the belt against the body so that it is at an acceptable level. Rear side seat belt pretensioners This system is only operational when the ignition is switched on.

  • Page 30

    REAR SEAT BELTS Rear side seat belts 1 Rear central belt Special point concerning vehicles with a two-part rear bench seat The belts are locked, unlocked and Unwind the belt slowly from If you have to fold down the part of adjusted in the same way as for the position 2.

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    • No modifications may be made to the component parts of the original restraint systems: seat belts and their mountings. Consult your Renault Dealer for special applications (e.g. fitting a child seat). • Do not use any devices which give any play in the belts (clothes pegs, clips for example).

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    (which tonne: you will find it impossible RENAULT Network to choose the stands for the country where it is an to hold the child, even if you seat suited to your child and approved type) and the year in yourself are wearing a belt.

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    U : seat suitable for fitting a belt-fitted child seat classed as universal for this age range, check that it can be fitted. I : seat equipped with anchoring points for mounting a seat for this age range using Isofix locks, only RENAULT seats are approved.

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    12 years (1) (weight from 15 to 36 kg) X : seat not suitable for fitting a child seat for this age range. I : seat equipped with anchoring points for mounting a seat for this age range using Isofix locks, only RENAULT seats are approved.

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    2) or seats with harnesses. To avoid any risk to your safety, we recommend that you use RENAULT approved accessories because they are suitable for your car and are the only accessories for which RENAULT will provide a warranty. 1.27...

  • Page 36

    CHILD SAFETY (continued) booster seat with height-adjustable seatback and a belt guide are recommended as this will allow the belt to be worn as close to the base of the neck as possible but not on it. Place the head rest in the top position to allow you to press the seat back of the child seat firmly against the vehicle seatback.

  • Page 37

    CHILD SAFETY (continued) DANGER Since front passenger airbag triggering and the position of a rear-facing child seat are incompatible, it is not permitted to install such a seat in this position unless the vehicle is fitted with an airbag deactivation device. Refer to the information on deactivating the front passenger airbag.

  • Page 38

    CHILD SAFETY (continued) Deactivation front passenger airbag You must deactivate the front With the ignition switched on, left-hand airbag before fitting a check that the warning light 2, rear-facing child seat on the front AIRBAG OFF, is lit up on the passenger seat.

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    We do not recommend fitting any passenger in the event of an impact. other kind of passenger seat device. Consult your RENAULT Dealer as To reactivate the airbag: switch off soon as possible. the ignition and insert the ignition key into lock 1.

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    They can also be secured in other • A special RENAULT child seat vehicles using a three-point seat fitted with two catches 3 which belt. hook onto the two rings; • Make sure that there is...

  • Page 41

    CHILD SAFETY (continued) Fitting a child seat (continued) • Slide the seat catches 3 in the guides 2 and push the seat hard to lock it on the rings; • Check that the seat is correctly locked by moving it from left right forwards backwards.

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    CHILD SAFETY (continued) A front-facing Isofix seat fitted A rear-facing Isofix seat fitted on the front passenger seat on the front passenger seat The front passenger seat must be Use the belt 4 delivered with the adjusted so that the back of the child seat: seat is touching the dashboard.

  • Page 43

    CHILD SAFETY (continued) A front-facing Isofix seat fitted A front-facing Isofix seat fitted on the rear side seat on the rear side seat When a front-facing child seat is Mounting ring for a front-facing When a rear-facing child seat is installed, the front seat must not be seat installed, the front seat must not be...

  • Page 44

    CHILD SAFETY (continued) CHILD SAFETY • No modifications may be made to the component parts of the restraint system (belts and seats and their mountings) fitted originally. • The fitting instructions provided by the manufacturer of the restraint system should be followed carefully. •...

  • Page 45

    CLOCK / EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE If the electrical supply is cut (battery disconnected, feed wire broken, etc.), the clock must be reset. For your safety, we recommend that you do not reset or alter the time while driving. Clock 1 - setting the clock Clock 3, setting the time With the ignition on, press button: With the engine switched on,...

  • Page 46

    DRIVER’S LAYOUT, LEFT HAND DRIVE 9 10 28 27 26 25 24 23 17 16 15 14 22 21 20 19 18 1.38...

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    DRIVER’S LAYOUT, LEFT HAND DRIVE (continued) The equipment fitted, described below, depends on the version, option and country. 1 Demister outlet for left-hand 9 Display: 19 Ashtray and cigarette lighter side window • Clock and temperature, • Radio, clock and temperature 20 Handbrake •...

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    DRIVER’S LAYOUT, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE 10 11 28 27 26 25 24 20 19 17 16 1.40...

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    DRIVER’S LAYOUT, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (continued) The equipment fitted, described below, depends on the version, option and country. 1 Demister outlet for left-hand 10 Radio satellite controls 19 Heated rear screen switch side window 11 • Stalk for windscreen and rear 20 Hazard warning lights switch screen wash/wipe 2 Left-hand side vent...

  • Page 50

    The presence and operation of the warning lights described below depend on the vehicle equipment and country. 4a 4 If the warning light comes on, you must stop as soon as traffic conditions allow. If the warning light comes on, you should visit a Renault Dealer in the near future. 1.42...

  • Page 51

    Consult your RENAULT Dealer system. Refer as soon as possible. information in Section 1 on the restraint device additional to the front seat belt, and consult Rear screen demisting your RENAULT Dealer as soon indicator light as possible. 1.43...

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    The presence and operation of the warning lights described below depend on the vehicle equipment and country. 4a 4 If the warning light comes on, you must stop as soon as traffic conditions allow. If the warning light comes on, you should visit a Renault Dealer in the near future. 1.44...

  • Page 53

    • If it lights up permanently, obtain accurate level consult your Renault Dealer reading. as soon as possible; When the ignition has been • If it flashes, reduce the switched on for approximately...

  • Page 54

    The presence and operation of the warning lights described below depend on the vehicle equipment and country. 4a 4 If the warning light comes on, you must stop as soon as traffic conditions allow. If the warning light comes on, you should visit a Renault Dealer in the near future. 1.46...

  • Page 55

    If it lights up when the this warning light coming on: vehicle is being driven, it is see Section 2 for information advisable to stop at a Renault on the Electronic Stability Dealer soon. Program: ESP and the Traction It lights up together with one of control system.

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    The presence and operation of the warning lights described below depend on the vehicle equipment and country. 4a 4 If the warning light comes on, you must stop as soon as traffic conditions allow. If the warning light comes on, you should visit a Renault Dealer in the near future. 1.48...

  • Page 57

    Variable check the coolant level (having power-assisted steering let the engine cool down). Call warning light for the assistance of a Renault Handbrake “on” and It goes out as soon as the engine Dealer if necessary. brake circuit incident starts. If it lights up when you warning light.

  • Page 58

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER 3 Display selection key In the first few miles after resetting, you may notice: Press button 3 repeatedly to scroll through following • that the range increases as you information: drive. This is normal as the a) total mileage recorder, average consumption may reduce b) trip mileage recorder, when:...

  • Page 59

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (continued) Examples of display selections by Interpreting the display pressing button 3 a) Total mileage recorder. b) Trip mileage recorder. c) Fuel used (in litres or gallons) since the last reset. d) Average consumption (in mpg or l/100 km) since the last reset. The value is displayed after covering 400 metres taking into account the distance covered and the fuel used since the last reset.

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    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (continued) Examples of display selections by Interpreting the display pressing button 3 e) Current consumption (in mpg or litres/100 km) The value is displayed after reaching a speed of 15 mph (25 km/h). f) Estimated range with remaining fuel (in miles or km) This function uses the average consumption since the last general reset.

  • Page 61: De-icing

    REAR VIEW MIRRORS External rear view mirrors with External rear view mirrors with manual adjustment electrical adjustment To adjust the mirror, move lever 1. Ignition on, move knob 2: - position C to adjust the left hand mirror; The driver’s side external rear view mirror has two - position E to adjust the right hand clearly marked areas.

  • Page 62: Steering Wheel

    REAR VIEW MIRRORS STEERING WHEEL (continued) Interior rear view mirror Adjusting the steering wheel This is adjustable. When driving at On certain vehicles, the position of night, to avoid being blinded by the the steering wheel can be adjusted. headlights of a following vehicle, Lift lever 2 and set the steering lower the small lever 1 located wheel in the required position.

  • Page 63

    EXTERNAL LIGHTING AND SIGNALS Automatic operation (continued) A bleep confirms the deactivation of this function, and two bleeps confirm its reactivation. Manual operation Turn the end of stalk 1 until the symbol appears opposite mark 3. An indicator light lights up on the instrument panel in all cases.

  • Page 64

    EXTERNAL LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (continued) The front and rear fog lights switch off when the exterior lights are switched off. Special case The front and rear fog lights do not operate in automatic mode. They only come on if the end of ring 1 is in position Lights on warning buzzer A warning buzzer will sound when...

  • Page 65: Headlight Beam Adjustment

    ELECTRIC HEADLIGHT BEAM ADJUSTMENT Versions Tumblewheel adjustment positions A All versions except utility Position 0 or 1: basic setting, luggage compartment empty with driver alone or with a front passenger. Position 2 or 3: vehicle with 5 persons on board, luggage compartment empty. Position 3: Vehicle luggage compartment fully laden and driver only.

  • Page 66

    WINDSCREEN WIPER/WASHER Vehicle fitted with windscreen Vehicles with automatic wiper and rain sensor selection of wiping speed With the ignition switched on, turn If a wiping speed is selected when stalk 1 driving, wiping speed reduced to a lower speed when the •...

  • Page 67

    WINDSCREEN WASHER/WIPER (continued) • Car headlights on Press for longer than one second to activate the windscreen washer and headlight washer devices simultaneously. Windscreen washer, headlight washers With the ignition on, pull stalk 1 towards you. In frosty weather, make sure that A short press triggers one sweep the wiper blades are not stuck by cycle of the wiper, while a longer...

  • Page 68

    REAR SCREEN WASH/WIPE In freezing conditions, make sure that the wiper blades are not stuck to the windscreen (risk of overheating the motor). Keep an eye on the condition of the blades. Change them as soon as they become less efficient: approximately once a year.

  • Page 69

    DE-ICING Heated rear screen With the engine running, press button 1 (the warning light lights up on the instrument panel). This function ensures the de-icing and demisting of the rear screen and heated external rear-view mirrors (if the vehicle is fitted with them).

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    AUDIBLE AND VISIBLE SIGNALS Horn Hazard warning lights Direction indicators Press on the central cushion of Press switch 3. Move stalk 1 parallel to the steering steering wheel 2. wheel and in the direction in which This switch lights up all four you are going to turn.

  • Page 71

    FUEL TANK Fuel grade Petrol version Use fuel which corresponds to the appropriate grade defined by the standards in force in the particular country you are in. Refer to the Engine specifications section. Diesel versions Use diesel fuel only. When filling the tank, ensure that no water enters the tank accidentally.

  • Page 72

    - Insert the nozzle to open the valve, the vehicle has been checked by as far as it will go. qualified Renault network staff. - Hold the nozzle in this position while the tank is filled and then release it.

  • Page 73

    Section 2: Driving (advice on use relating to fuel economy and the environment) Running in/Ignition switch ..........................2.02 Starting the engine/Stopping the engine ......................2.03 Special features of petrol versions ........................2.04 Special features of diesel versions ......................... 2.05 Advice on anti-pollution and how to economise on fuel ..............2.06 2.08 Environment ..............................

  • Page 74

    RUNNING IN IGNITION SWITCH Petrol version “Ignition on” position M The ignition is on: For the first 625 miles (1,000 km), do not exceed 80 mph (130 km/h) in the • petrol version: the engine may be highest gear or 3,000 to 3,500 rpm. started After 625 miles (1,000 km), you may •...

  • Page 75

    STARTING AND STOPPING THE ENGINE Starting the engine Stopping the engine Petrol injection With the engine idling, return the key to the “Stop” position. Engine hot or cold - Turn the key to the Start position without depressing the accelerator. - Release the key as soon as the engine starts.

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    These faults may be avoided by • Driving for a long time with the taking your vehicle regularly to low fuel level warning light your Renault Dealer at the intervals illuminated; specified in your “Warranty and • Faulty ignition, running out of Servicing”...

  • Page 77

    If, after a few seconds, after several attempts, the engine will not start, This allows diesel fuel to be used call for the assistance of a Renault with no additives down to –18°C, Dealer. or, in the case of a vehicle used...

  • Page 78

    Have your vehicle checked and gap specified for your engine. within your control. Ensure that adjusted by your Renault Dealer in Consult your Renault Dealer for your vehicle maintained accordance with the instructions in this information.

  • Page 79

    - If lights continuously, Driving pedal. consult your Renault Dealer as • Drive carefully for the first few • Double declutching soon as possible. miles until the engine reaches its accelerating before switching off...

  • Page 80

    ADVICE ON ANTIPOLLUTION AND HOW TO ECONOMISE ON FUEL WHEN DRIVING (continued) • For vehicles fitted with air conditioning, more fuel may be used during urban driving; switch off the system when it is not really needed. • Never fill the fuel tank up to the brim to avoid it overflowing.

  • Page 81

    ENVIRONMENT Your vehicle has been designed with In addition, your vehicle meets the the aim of caring for the environment. requirements of European legislation concerning the protection of the • Most versions are fitted with a environment. depollution system incorporating the catalytic converter, oxygen Make your...

  • Page 82

    PROACTIVE AUTOMATIC GEARBOX For safety reasons, certain positions may not be selected until the mechanism is released: press button A. The lever may only be moved to D or R when the vehicle is stationary, with your foot on the brake and the accelerator pedal released.

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    PROACTIVE AUTOMATIC GEARBOX (continued) Forward gears • In hilly or mountainous country: if the road conditions and the Move the lever to position D. In the number of bends do not allow you majority of traffic conditions, you to remain in 4th, we recommend will not have to move the lever select position...

  • Page 84

    P while indicating that there is a failure. keeping your foot on the brake Consult a RENAULT Dealer as pedal: the automatic gearbox is in soon as possible. neutral and the drive wheels are...

  • Page 85

    QUICKSHIFT 5 GEARBOX Driving Switch on the ignition. The display lights up on the instrument panel. As long as neutral is displayed (N), start the engine but do not depress the accelerator. If a gear other than neutral (N) is displayed this will flash;...

  • Page 86

    QUICKSHIFT 5 GEARBOX (continued) Starting up Moving forwards (starting Reverse neutral) • Foot on the brake pedal. Push the The gear display shows N and A. lever as far as it will go to the right, hold pull back • With your foot on the brake according to the marking on the pedal, push the selector lever knob, then release it.

  • Page 87

    QUICKSHIFT 5 GEARBOX (continued) Semi-automatic mode (manual) When in automatic mode, moving The system will not tolerate a series The vehicle will move off again: the selector lever up or down of up or down changes that cause - slowly, if you release the brake through the gears or pushing the the engine to underrev or overrev.

  • Page 88

    (e.g. when in a traffic jam) - quickly, if you release the brake and accelerate. The level of oil in the automatic gearbox system reservoir variable depending on use. Adding oil is strictly forbidden (except by qualified Renault network personnel). 2.16...

  • Page 89

    QUICKSHIFT 5 GEARBOX (continued) Accelerating and overtaking Parking You have two options: It is possible to park in gear (for example, on a slope). To do this: 1) slowly depress the accelerator pedal to speed up gradually. - with the ignition on, select a gear with your foot on the brake.

  • Page 90

    - switch on the ignition function perfectly. However, you put your foot on the brake or - select neutral should consult a Renault Dealer as apply the handbrake. - push or tow the car or run it soon as possible.

  • Page 91

    GEAR LEVER HANDBRAKE POWER ASSISTED STEERING To release Never leave the steering on full lock when the vehicle is parked (risk of Pull the lever up slightly, press in damaging power assisted button 2 and lower the lever to the steering pump).

  • Page 92

    Call for the This system also allows stopping assistance of a Renault Dealer as distances to be improved, especially soon as possible. when adhesion is limited (wet roads, slippery or uneven road surface).

  • Page 93

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: limiter function Controls Indicator light The speed limiter function allows you to decide on a maximum 1 Main On/Off switch This orange indicator light lights up driving speed. 2 Limited speed storage switch and on the instrument panel to indicate This may be useful, for example, in adjustment limited...

  • Page 94

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: limiter function (continued) Driving When a limited speed is stored, press on the accelerator pedal until you reach the limited speed. From this point, no effort on the accelerator pedal will allow you to exceed programmed speed except...

  • Page 95

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: limiter function (continued) Exceeding the limited speed In the event of an emergency It is possible to exceed the limited speed at any moment. To do this: depress the accelerator pedal firmly and fully (beyond the point of resistance).

  • Page 96

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruising function Controls Indicator light When road conditions permit (fluid or motorway traffic), the cruise 1 Main On/Off switch This green indicator light lights up control allows you to take your foot 2 Cruising speed storage switch and on the instrument panel to indicate off the accelerator while your car adjustment...

  • Page 97

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruising function (continued) Exceeding the cruise control speed In the event of an emergency cruising speed exceeded at any time by pressing the accelerator pedal. The speed flashes on the instrument panel (on-board computer) inform you that the cruise control speed is being exceeded.

  • Page 98

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruising function (continued) Switching the function off Return to cruising speed The function is switched off when A stored speed can be recalled by you: pressing button 3 if you are driving at a speed of approximately 20 mph - press the brake pedal, (30 km/h).

  • Page 99

    ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM: ESP This system helps you to keep When the function is in operation, control of the vehicle in “critical” message 1 lights up to confirm this. driving conditions (avoiding an obstacle, loss of grip in a bend...). This function additional aid in the...

  • Page 100

    When system detects operating fault, warning lights 1 and 3 light up. Consult your Renault Dealer. Disabling the function The function is deactivated by As the ESP offers additional safety, pressing switch 2, warning light 1 it is recommended that you do not will light up to confirm this.

  • Page 101

    TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM This system helps to limit skidding The system also adjusts the engine on drive wheels and to control the speed to the grip available under the vehicle when pulling away or wheels, independently of the action accelerating. exerted on the accelerator pedal.

  • Page 102

    TRACTION CONTROL SYSTEM (continued) Operating faults When system detects operating fault, warning lights 1 and 3 light up. Consult your Renault Dealer. Disabling the function In some situations (driving on very Disabling traction control ground: snow, mud,... function also deactivates the ESP...

  • Page 103: Your Comfort

    Section 3: Your comfort Air vents ..............................3.02 - 3.03 Heating and air conditioning ......................3.04 3.22 Interior lights ............................3.23 - 3.24 Electric windows .............................. 3.25 Sun visor/Vanity mirrors/Windscreen ......................3.26 Sunroof ..............................3.27 3.29 Storage compartments ........................... 3.30 - 3.31 Ashtrays - Cigarette lighters ..........................

  • Page 104

    AIR VENTS (air outlets) 1 - left hand side window demister 5 - control panel 2 - left hand side air vent 6 - right hand side air vent 3 - windscreen demisting vents 7 - right hand side window demister 4 - centre air vents 8 - heater outlets for front and rear footwells...

  • Page 105

    AIR VENTS (continued) Side air vents Centre air vent Flow: Flow: Move wheel 2 (beyond the point Move wheel 4 (beyond the point where a certain resistance is felt). where a certain resistance is felt). : fully open. : fully open. : closed.

  • Page 106

    HEATING - VENTILATION Distribution passenger compartment Move control B. • Position The air flow is directed to the dashboard air vents only. This selection is not appropriate if all the air vents are closed. • Position The air flow is directed to the dashboard vents footwells.

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    HEATING - VENTILATION (continued) Adjusting the amount of air supplied passenger • Position • Position (Isolation compartment position) For improved efficiency, close the Move control C from 0 to 4. dashboard air vents. This position prevents any air from Passenger compartment ventilation entering (regardless of the position All the air flow is directed to the is by blown air.

  • Page 108

    HEATING - VENTILATION AND ISOLATING THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT • Position The air flow is directed to the dashboard vents footwells. • Position The air flow is directed to the footwells. • Position The air flow is distributed between all the air vents, the side window demisters, windscreen demisters and the footwells.

  • Page 109

    HEATING - VENTILATION AND ISOLATING THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT (continued) Adjusting the air temperature Adjusting the amount of air supplied passenger Move control A. compartment The further the control is positioned Move control E from 0 to 4. to the right, the higher the temperature. Passenger compartment ventilation is by “blown air”.

  • Page 110

    HEATING - VENTILATION AND ISOLATING THE PASSENGER COMPARTMENT (continued) Prolonged use of the isolation mode may cause odours due to the air not being renewed and may cause the windows to mist up. Return to normal operation (external air) by pressing button C as soon as the polluted area is left behind.

  • Page 111

    AIR CONDITIONING Adjusting the air temperature Move control A. To the right: maximum temperature possible To the left: minimum temperature possible. Adjusting the amount of air supplied passenger compartment Move control G from 0 to 4. Passenger compartment ventilation is by “blown air”. The ventilation Controls fan determines how much air enters but vehicle speed has a slight effect...

  • Page 112

    AIR CONDITIONING (continued) • Position The air flow is distributed between all the air vents, the side window demisters, the windscreen demisters and the footwells. • Position For improved efficiency, close the dashboard air vents. All the air flow is directed to the windscreen demisters and the side window demisters.

  • Page 113

    AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Isolating the passenger This function allows the desired warmth passenger compartment compartment to be achieved as Button E quickly as possible. Normal operation of the system is This button switches obtained using external air. recirculation system on or off. Warning light F comes on when the recirculation position...

  • Page 114

    AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Note: the air conditioning may be used in all conditions, but does not operate when external temperature is low. • Button B not activated (warning light C off) The air conditioning is not operational. Heating ventilation therefore identical to that of a vehicle without air conditioning.

  • Page 115

    If not, stop the air conditioning system (warning light C goes out) and call for the assistance of a Renault Dealer. In very hot weather, or when the When conditioning vehicle has been parked in the sun, operating, all the windows must be open the doors for a few moments to closed to give the best efficiency.

  • Page 116

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING 12 11 Controls 1 - automatic mode button 5 - automatic windscreen demister-de-icer button 6 - air recirculation button 2 and 12 - air temperature adjustment buttons 8 to 10 - air distribution buttons All buttons except 2, 4, 7, and 12 have associated indicator lights 3 - display which light up when the function...

  • Page 117

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Air conditioning (automatic mode) Automatic air conditioning is a Operation of the automatic mode system which will ensure that • Press button 1; the indicator light MAXI position: maximum the temperature in the passenger comes on. temperature, compartment is maintained at a •...

  • Page 118

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) optimum operation, recommend that you leave the air vents open in all weathers. Operation of the automatic mode (continued) To reach and maintain the selected The value on the display 3 indicates comfort level, the system acts upon: the comfort level.

  • Page 119

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Press button 1 to return to automatic mode. Press button 5 again to switch off automatic windscreen demisting/de-icing mode. Visibility (automatic de-icing - demisting) Press button 5 to operate This system quickly demists and de-ices the windscreen and the windscreen de-icing/demisting front side windows.

  • Page 120

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Button 9 The air is only directed to the feet of the front and rear passengers. Button 10 flows mainly dashboard air vents. Personalised operation Selecting air distribution Automatic mode is switched off by pressing one of the following The system normally operates in buttons.

  • Page 121

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Altering blower speed In automatic mode, the system uses the most suitable amount of air to reach and maintain the desired temperature. Press button 4 or 7 to switch off automatic mode. The indicator light on button 1 will go out.

  • Page 122

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Special instructions Switching recirculation automatically switches on the air conditioning. The function operates periodically if the external temperature is lower than approximately 10°C; indicator light on button 6 will go out after a few minutes. The function operates permanently if the external temperature is above approximately 10°C;...

  • Page 123

    AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING (continued) Switching the system off Press button 13 button isolates the The indicator light comes on. No passenger compartment from the more information appears on the outside atmosphere. display system switched off. Press buttons 1 or 5 to return to automatic mode.

  • Page 124

    Operating faults Generally, if you notice a decrease in the efficiency of de-icing, demisting or air conditioning, it may be caused by clogging up of the particle filter cartridge, if one is fitted to the vehicle: consult your RENAULT Dealer. 3.22...

  • Page 125

    INTERIOR LIGHTING Light A Light B Tilt light 1 to give: Tilt switch 2 to give: Automatic operation of interior lighting (depending on the vehicle) - continuous lighting, - Continuous lighting. • If the doors are unlocked using - lighting controlled, depending on - Lighting controlled, depending on the plip remote control, the version, by the opening of one of...

  • Page 126

    INTERIOR LIGHTING (continued) Front door lights 4 Rear lights 6 They operate in a similar way to the Tilt switch 5 to give: other lights. - Continuous lighting. - Lighting controlled by the opening of one of the four doors. It only goes when doors...

  • Page 127

    WINDOW RISERS Front driver's side electric Manual window risers window Operate window winder 3. Automatic operation With the ignition on or off and the driver’s door closed: This is in addition to the driver’s window operation described above. Press switch 1 to open the window or lift switch 1 to close it.

  • Page 128

    SUN VISOR WINDSCREEN Front sun visor Vanity mirrors 2 Windscreen with reflective layers Lower the sun visor 1. Special feature on driver's side: This windscreen reflects the sun A vanity mirror in the sun visor has and, particular, limits a cover. infrared rays entering the passenger compartment.

  • Page 129

    MANUAL SUNROOF Closing Keep lever 2 depressed and return handle 1 to its original position. Opening Removal To the first stage Open the sunroof to the first stage. Tilt handle 1 forwards until it locks. Press button 4 (if necessary, using a tool such as a flat screwdriver) to To the second stage release the pin 3 from handle 1: the...

  • Page 130

    ELECTRIC SUNROOF To slide the sunroof Tilted sunroof, - Opening: tilt the switch 1 towards the rear and keep it depressed until the required tilt angle is obtained. - Closing: tilt the switch 1 towards the front. To tilt the sunroof With the ignition on: - Opening: tilt the switch 1 towards the rear and keep it depressed...

  • Page 131

    ELECTRIC SUNROOF (continued) Sunroof screen Slide it using handle 2. To keep the screen closed, the hook must be secured into the sunroof frame. • Check that sunroof correctly closed before leaving the vehicle. • Clean the seal every three months using products provided by our Technical Department.

  • Page 132

    STORAGE COMPARTMENTS Passenger side glove box 1 Centre console storage Driver's storage compartment 4 compartment 3 To open, lift handle 2. The box contains a sunglasses holder, a pen holder and space for credit cards. No objects should be placed on the floor (area in front of driver) as such objects may slide under pedal...

  • Page 133

    STORAGE COMPARTMENTS (continued) Door storage compartments 1 Rear compartments 2 Front seat document pouches 3 Storage compartment under passenger seat 4 3.31...

  • Page 134

    ASHTRAYS - CIGAR LIGHTER Ashtray Cigar lighter To open, lift cover 1. Ignition on, press in the cigar lighter 2. To empty the ashtray, pull the assembly towards you and it will be It will click out by itself as soon as it released from its housing.

  • Page 135

    REAR BENCH SEAT (operation) To fold down the seatback Removing the seat base The seat base and the seatback may be folded down (in one or two Remove the rear head restraints (if Lift the seat base to remove brackets 3 sections) to allow bulky objects to they are fitted to the vehicle).

  • Page 136

    LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT To open To close: Press button 1 and lift the tailgate. Lower the tailgate using handle 2 inside the tailgate to help you. When the tailgate has been lowered to shoulder height, release handle 2 and finish closing the tailgate by pressing down on the tailgate from the outside.

  • Page 137

    LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT (continued) Rear shelf Built-in garment case 2 Gently lift the shelf and pull it To remove, release the two return This is located under the rear parcel towards you. cords 1. shelf and is closed by a zip fastener. It can be used to store clothes.

  • Page 138

    LUGGAGE COVER The luggage cover consists of three • In the half-folded position. • Removed entirely. solid sections. To remove the luggage cover, It can be used in one of three ways: place half-folded position, take hold of the end and •...

  • Page 139

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT Always place objects carried in the luggage compartment so that their largest dimension is against: - the back of the rear bench seat, for normal loading. - the folded down seat, maximum loading. Always put the heaviest items directly onto the floor.

  • Page 140

    3.38...

  • Page 141: Maintenance

    Section 4: Maintenance Bonnet ................................4.02 Engine oil level ............................ 4.03 4.07 Oil changes: Engine ............................4.07 Levels: Brake fluid ............................4.08 Coolant ..............................4.09 Power steering pump .......................... 4.10 Battery ..............................4.10 Screen washer reservoir ........................4.11 Filters ................................. 4.11 Bodywork maintenance .........................

  • Page 142: Opening The Bonnet

    BONNET Closing the bonnet To close the bonnet, replace strut 4 in its mounting 3, hold the bonnet in the middle and lower it to 20 cm above the closed position. Now release it and it will lock under its own weight.

  • Page 143

    However, consult your Renault message 2. Dealer if more than 0.5 litre is being consumed every 625 miles To move to on-board computer...

  • Page 144

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL (continued) Consult your Renault Dealer at once if you notice an abnormal or repeated drop in any of the fluid levels. Reading the level using the dipstick - Take out the dipstick. - Wipe the dipstick using a clean, lint-free cloth.

  • Page 145

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL (continued) 1.4 16V - 1.6 16V 1.2 16V Topping up/filling - Unscrew filler cap 1. The vehicle must be parked on level - Top up the level. (For information, ground and the engine should be capacity between cold (for instance, before the engine minimum and maximum reading is started up for the first time in the...

  • Page 146

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL (continued) 1.5 dCi 2.0 16V 1.9 dTi Special features on engine 2.0 16V Cap 1 is located underneath a filler flap. 4.06...

  • Page 147

    Servicing booklet for your vehicle. Take care when working under the bonnet as the Consult your Renault Dealer at engine cooling fan may cut once if you notice an abnormal or in at any moment. repeated drop in any of the fluid levels.

  • Page 148

    After operation hydraulic circuit, a specialist must replace the brake fluid. Only fluids approved RENAULT’s Technical Department and which have been taken from a sealed container. Fluid change frequency: Refer to the servicing booklet for your vehicle. Brake fluid This must be checked frequently, especially if you notice even the slightest loss in braking efficiency.

  • Page 149

    (very severe damage is likely to be caused to the engine if it runs out of coolant). If topping up is required, only use products approved by RENAULT's Technical Department: - Anti-freeze protection; - Anti-corrosion protection of the cooling system.

  • Page 150

    For topping up or refilling with oil, the eyes or skin. products approved If it does, rinse with plenty of RENAULT's Technical Department. water. Take care when working Keep all sources of flame, heat and engine sparks away from the battery as compartment there is a risk of explosion.

  • Page 151

    If there is an abnormal drop in This reservoir also supplies the any of the fluid levels, consult headlight washers (if fitted to the your Renault Dealer at once. vehicle). Liquid: water + washer product (antifreeze product in winter). Jets: tilt each small sphere with a pin to alter the angle of the spray.

  • Page 152

    • Use solvents not recommended not approved by our Technical - saline atmosphere (near the sea, by Renault's Technical Department Department as this could give rise particularly in hot weather), to remove spots as they may to corrosion or incorrect operation.

  • Page 153

    - mud forming damp patches in the wheel arches and under the body. We have selected special products to care for your vehicle which may be obtained from Renault Accessory Outlets. 4.13...

  • Page 154

    Finally, dry off carefully with a soft dry cloth. Cleaning products containing alcohol may not be used under any circumstances. have selected special products to care for your vehicle and you can obtain these from Renault accessory outlets. 4.14...

  • Page 155: Practical Advice

    Section 5: Practical advice Emergency spare wheel ............................ 5.02 Toolkit (Jack - Wheelbrace - Tyre levers etc.) ....................5.03 Hubcaps - Wheels ............................. 5.04 Changing a wheel ............................. 5.05 Tyres (tyre safety, wheels, winter use) ....................5.06 5.08 Wiper blades ..............................5.09 Changing the bulbs ..........................

  • Page 156

    EMERGENCY SPARE WHEEL Emergency spare wheel 2 This is located in the luggage • Slacken central fastener 3. compartment. • Remove the tool kit 4. To reach the emergency spare • Release the emergency spare wheel: wheel 2. • Open the tailgate. •...

  • Page 157

    TOOL KIT Hubcap spanner 2 This is used to unclip the hubcaps. Wheel spanner 6 This is used to lock or release the wheel bolts. Towing ring 3 Refer to the Towing section in section 5 for information on using the towing ring.

  • Page 158

    WHEEL HUBCAPS - WHEELS Hubcap with concealed wheel Central embellisher bolts (example: Hubcap 3) (example: Hubcap 1) Remove the Hubcap using the Hubcap spanner (stored in the glove Remove the Hubcap using the box). Insert the spanner 4 in the Hubcap spanner A (from the tool recess 5.

  • Page 159

    CHANGING A WHEEL Park your vehicle on firm, flat ground (if necessary, placing a plank under the base of the jack). Switch on the hazard warning lights. Apply the handbrake and engage a gear (first or reverse, or P on an automatic gearbox).

  • Page 160

    When fitting tyres to the car, they should either be identical to those fitted originally conform to those recommended by your Renault Dealer. 5.06...

  • Page 161

    TYRES (continued) Tyre inflation pressures Pressures should be checked when Replacing tyres the tyres are cold; ignore higher Tyre inflation pressures must be pressures which may be reached in adhered to. (Remember to check the hot weather or after driving at high emergency spare wheel at the same For safety reasons, this speeds.

  • Page 162

    In all cases, we recommend that to your vehicle. you consult your Renault Dealer, who will be able to advise you on the choice of equipment which is most suitable for your vehicle.

  • Page 163

    WIPERS Refitting a windscreen or rear screen wiper blade Refitting is the reverse of removal. Ensure the blade is correctly locked in position. Replacing windscreen Replacing the rear screen wiper wiper blades 1 blade 5 • Lift the wiper arm 3. •...

  • Page 164

    HEADLIGHTS WITH HALOGEN BULBS: replacing bulbs Cleaning the headlights As the headlights have plastic lenses, use a soft cloth or cotton wool. If this is not sufficient, use a soft cloth (or cotton wool) dampened with soapy water then rinse using a soft cloth or cotton wool.

  • Page 165

    They are marked on the label 3 under the cover B. This type of headlight bulb must be As headlights are fitted changed by a RENAULT Dealer. with plastic lenses, you must use anti-UV 55 W Bulb type: D2S. bulbs. (Using any other...

  • Page 166

    HEADLIGHTS WITH XENON BULBS: replacing bulbs (continued) Cleaning headlights As the headlights are made with plastic lenses, use a soft cloth or cotton wool to clean them. If this does not clean them properly, use a soft cloth or cotton wool slightly moistened with soapy water and then wipe clean with a soft damp cloth.

  • Page 167

    FOG LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs Additional lights If you wish to fit fog lights or long range headlights to your vehicle, consult your Renault Dealer. Front fog lights 1 Changing a bulb and adjusting the headlight beam: Consult your Renault Dealer.

  • Page 168

    REAR LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs Remove bolt 1 and release the rear Unclip the bulb holder using tabs 2. 3 Fog light (or nothing) lights unit from outside. Bayonet type bulb with filaments P 21 W. 4 Indicator Orange P 21 W bayonet bulb. 5 Reversing light Bayonet type...

  • Page 169

    The third stop light is a special strip Release bulb holder 2 (using a flat Unclip lens 3 from the bulb holder light. Consult your Renault Dealer if blade screwdriver for example). to reach the bulb. any work needs to be carried out on this.

  • Page 170

    SIDE REPEATERS: replacing the bulbs Unclip the repeater 1 (using a flat Turn the bulb holder 2 a quarter turn blade screwdriver for example). and remove the bulb. Bulb type: W 5 W. 5.16...

  • Page 171

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs Courtesy light Rear lights 4 Unclip cover 1 (using a tool such as Turn bulb holder 2 or 3 a quarter of a Unclip the light (using a tool such as a flat screwdriver). turn. a flat-bladed screwdriver).

  • Page 172

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs (continued) Door lights 5 Luggage compartment light 6 Unclip the light 5 (using a tool such Unclip light 6 by pressing on the Press tab 7 to release the lens and as a flat blade screwdriver). tabs on each side of the light (using reach the bulb 8.

  • Page 173

    The battery must be kept clean and charger before connecting Consult your Renault Dealer. dry. disconnecting the battery. If the vehicle is to be left stationary - Do not place metal objects on the Have the battery's charge status...

  • Page 174

    Start the engine as you would Obtain suitable jump leads (with a normally. As soon as it starts, large cross section) from a Renault disconnect cables A and B in the Dealer or, if you already have jump reverse order (4-3-2-1).

  • Page 175

    Note: When replacing the battery, it is advisable not to touch the electronic circuit in the key cover. The batteries can be obtained from your Renault Dealer. These batteries should last about two years. There is a delay of 1 second between locking and unlocking actions.

  • Page 176

    (risk of fire) in the event of an item of equipment A sensible precaution: using an excessive amount of Obtain emergency current. containing spare bulbs and fuses from your RENAULT Dealer. 5.22...

  • Page 177

    FUSES (continued) Allocation of fuses (the presence of fuses depends on the vehicle equipment level) Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Air bag/Central timer Right hand main beam Left hand side light headlight Stop lights Left hand main beam Right hand side light headlight Heated rear screen Dual headlights...

  • Page 178

    First screw in the towing you are in. Do not exceed the towing ring 2 by hand as far as it weight for your vehicle. Consult will go. Then use the your Renault Dealer. wheelbrace from the tool kit to finish tightening it. 5.24...

  • Page 179

    TOWING breakdown, (continued) Towing vehicle with • Renault recommends automatic transmission: special using a rigid towing bar. notes If a rope or cable is used Engine switched off: The transmission (where the law allows is no longer lubricated. It is preferable...

  • Page 180

    TOWING trailer A = 662 mm. Permissible nose weight when towing a trailer, max. towing weight, braked and unbraked: Refer to the information on “WEIGHTS” in section 6: Refer manufacturer’s instructions for information on how to fit and operate the towing attachment.

  • Page 181

    To find out their reference, consult your Renault Dealer. • Any operation on (or modification to) the electrical system must be performed by a Renault Dealer since incorrect connections might damage the electrical installations or any components connected to it.

  • Page 182

    After-sales installation of electric or electronic accessories • Any work on the electric circuit of the vehicle must be carried out by Renault network engineers: if system connected incorrectly, it may result in damage being caused to the electrical installation and/or the units connected to it.

  • Page 183

    OPERATING FAULTS Your vehicle should not be affected by faults likely to keep it off the road for long periods if you have followed the Renault Servicing Programme regularly. The following advice will allow you to get going again quickly, albeit temporarily: for reasons of safety, you should always consult a Renault Dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 184

    • Vibrations. Tyres incorrectly inflated, incorrectly Check the tyre pressures and, if they balanced or damaged. are correct, have a Renault Dealer check the condition of the tyres. • Coolant boiling in expansion bottle. Mechanical fault: cylinder head gasket Stop the engine.

  • Page 185

    The level is too low. Top up the oil. - at idle speed. The oil pressure is too low. Consult the nearest Renault Dealer. - is slow to extinguish or remains Loss of oil pressure. Stop and call for the assistance of a illuminated on acceleration.

  • Page 186

    Water pump: belt slack or broken. Stop the vehicle, switch off the engine temperature warning light illuminates Faulty engine cooling fan. and call for the assistance of a Renault (or the needle on the gauge is in the Dealer. red zone).

  • Page 187

    Find the earth wire which is secured to a metal component, scrape the end of the earth wire and refit it carefully. On both sides: - fuse blown. Replace the fuse. - flasher unit faulty. Replace: consult a Renault Dealer. 5.33...

  • Page 188

    OPERATING FAULTS (continued) Electrical equipment CAUSES REMEDIAL ACTION • Headlights On one side: - bulb blown. Replace the bulb. do not work. - feed wire disconnected or connector Check and reconnect the wire or the out of position. connector. - faulty earth. See above.

  • Page 189: Technical Specifications

    Section 6: Technical specifications Identification plates ..........................6.02 6.04 Engine specifications ............................6.05 Weights ..............................6.06 6.14 Towing weights ............................ 6.06 6.14 Dimensions ................................ 6.15 Replacement parts ............................6.16 6.01...

  • Page 190

    IDENTIFICATION PLATES The information on the vehicle A - Vehicle identification plate identification plate A (right hand 1 Vehicle type and chassis number. 6 Technical specifications of the side) must be quoted when writing (Number repeated on a plate vehicle. or ordering parts mounted on the dashboard at the 7 Paint code.

  • Page 191

    IDENTIFICATION PLATES (continued) 1.2 16V The information on the vehicle identification plate and the engine plate B must be quoted when writing or ordering parts. B - Engine plate or engine label (location differs depending on engine) 1 Engine type 2 Engine suffix 3 Engine number 1.4 16V - 1.6 16V...

  • Page 192

    IDENTIFICATION PLATES (continued) 1.5 dCi 1.9 dTi The information on the vehicle identification plate and the engine plate B must be quoted when writing or ordering parts. B - Engine plate or engine label (location differs depending engine) 1 Engine type 2 Engine suffix 3 Engine number 6.04...

  • Page 193

    Their type is shown on a label in the engine compartment, – – otherwise consult your RENAULT Dealer. Fitting spark plugs which are not to specification may damage the engine. (1) If unavailable, unleaded fuel with an octane rating of 91 may be used.

  • Page 194

    WEIGHTS (in kg) - Basic vehicle without options, likely to change in the course of the model year: Consult your RENAULT Dealer. 5-door petrol versions (versions sold vary according to country) Quickshift 5 Automatic Automatic Vehicle type BB0F BB05 BB05...

  • Page 195

    (Towing a caravan, boat, etc.) - It is important that the towing weights in each country governed by local legislation are respected. Consult your Renault Dealer for all towing attachments. In all cases, never exceed the maximum permissible total train weight (vehicle + trailer).

  • Page 196

    WEIGHTS (in kg) - Basic vehicle without options, likely to change in the course of the model year: Consult your RENAULT Dealer. 3-door petrol versions (versions sold vary according to country) Quickshift 5 Quickshift 5 Vehicle type CB0F CB05 CB05...

  • Page 197

    - It is important to comply with the towing weights, governed by local legislation in each country and, in particular laid down in the Road Traffic Regulations. Consult your Renault Dealer about any attachments. Under no circumstances may the total train weight (= max. permissible all-up weight and weight towed) be exceeded.

  • Page 198

    WEIGHTS (in kg) - Basic vehicle without options, likely to change in the course of the model year: Consult your RENAULT Dealer. 3-door petrol versions (continued) (versions sold vary according to country) Automatic Automatic Vehicle type CB14 CB14 CB1D CB1D...

  • Page 199

    (Towing a caravan, boat, etc.) - It is important that the towing weights in each country governed by local legislation are respected. Consult your Renault Dealer for all towing attachments. In all cases, never exceed the maximum permissible total train weight (vehicle + trailer).

  • Page 200

    WEIGHTS (in kg) - Basic vehicle without options, likely to change in the course of the model year: Consult your RENAULT Dealer. Diesel versions 1.5 dCi 1.9 dTi 1.5 dCi 1.9 dTi (versions marketed depend on country) 5 doors 5 doors...

  • Page 201

    - It is important to comply with the towing weights, governed by local legislation in each country and, in particular laid down in the Road Traffic Regulations. Consult your Renault Dealer about any attachments. Under no circumstances may the total train weight (= max. permissible all-up weight and weight towed) be exceeded.

  • Page 202

    - It is important that the towing weights in each country governed by local legislation are respected. Vehicle type SB0F SB05 SB07 SB08 Consult your RENAULT Dealer for (see vehicle identification plate) SB10 SB11 SB09 all towing attachments. In all SB1K SB0W...

  • Page 203

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) 0,736 2,473 (2) - 2,472 0,600 1,418 (2) - 1,406 3,811 1,940 1,409 (2) 1,417 1,392 (2) - 1,385 (1) According to equipment (2) Version 2.0 16V 6.15...

  • Page 204

    REPLACEMENT PARTS AND REPAIRS Original RENAULT parts are based on a strict specification and are regularly tested. Therefore, they are of at least the same level of quality as the originally fitted part. If you always fit RENAULT genuine parts to your vehicle, you will ensure that it performs well. Repairs carried out using original parts in the RENAULT network are guaranteed for one year.

  • Page 205: Alphabetical Index

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX A ABS ................2.20 C Clock ................. 1.37 Accessories ............... 5.28 Control instruments ........1.42 1.52 Accessories installation ........... 5.28 Controls ............1.38 1.41 Additional headlights ..........5.13 Coolant ..............4.09 Adjusting beam height ..........1.57 Courtesy lights ..........3.23 - 3.24 Adjusting the driver's position ....

  • Page 206

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX F Faults (operating faults) ......5.29 5.34 J Jack ..............5.03 - 5.05 Filter: air filter ............4.11 oil filter ............4.11 Fitting a radio ............5.27 Fog lights ............1.56 - 5.13 K Keys ................1.02 Front seat adjustment ........1.11 - 1.12 Front seat belt pretensioners ........

  • Page 207

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX P Paintwork (maintenance) ......4.12 - 4.13 T Tank: brake fluid ............4.08 Paintwork (part number) ......... 6.02 engine coolant ..........4.09 Petrol and diesel special features ....2.04 - 2.05 fuel ............1.58 - 1.64 Power assisted steering ........ 2.19 - 4.10 windscreen washer ........

  • Page 210

    Driver's handbook – 82 00 285 818 – NU 654-6 – August 2002 – Edition anglaise...

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