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Renault TRAFIC
Driver's handbook

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    Renault TRAFIC Driver’s handbook...

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    Renault cars. Lasting protection and optimum performance for your engine – guaranteed. Whether changing the oil or simply topping up, to find the approved ELF lubricant best suited to your vehicle, ask your Renault dealer for a recommendation or consult your vehi- cle maintenance handbook.

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    This handbook may also contain information about items of equipment to be introduced later in the model year. Throughout the manual, the “approved Dealer” is your RENAULT Dealer. Enjoy driving your new vehicle.

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

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

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    RENAULT card: General information, use, deadlocking ........

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    KEY, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROLS: general information (1/2) Advice Avoid leaving the remote control in hot, cold or humid areas. Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal, child or adult who is not self-suffi- cient alone in your vehicle, even for a short time.

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    KEY, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROLS: general information (2/2) Radio frequency remote control operating range This varies according to the environ- ment: take care not to lock or unlock the doors by inadvertently pressing the For replacement, or if you buttons on the remote control. require an additional remote Note: on certain vehicles, if a door is control.

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    KEYS/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: use (1/2) Note: if a door is not opened within ap- proximately 2 minutes of the door being unlocked by the remote control, the doors will lock again automatically. Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal, child or adult who is not self-suffi- cient alone in your vehicle, even for...

  • Page 11: Luggage Compartment

    KEYS/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: use (2/2) Locking the doors and If a door is open or incorrectly closed, the vehicle locks and then unlocks luggage compartment quickly and the side indicator lights and Pressing button 1 unlocks all the open- hazard warning lights do not flash.

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    DEADLOCKING Deadlocking the doors To activate deadlocking Press button 1 twice in quick succes- If fitted to the vehicle, this allows the sion. doors to be locked and prevents them from being opened with the interior The hazard warning lights and indica- handles (for example, by breaking the tor lights flash five times to indicate that window and then trying to open the...

  • Page 13: Battery Life

    (refer to the in- 3 Switch on the courtesy lighting re- activating equipment such as the formation on the “RENAULT card: bat- motely. electric windows or locking the 4 Locking/unlocking the boot and the tery"...

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    RENAULT card, cle and all of its RENAULT cards to then insert the RENAULT card into an approved Dealer to initialise the the card reader to start the vehicle.

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    They may pose a risk to themselves It allows locking/unlocking without input or to others by starting the engine, on the card RENAULT when within the activating equipment such as the access zone 1. electric windows or locking the doors, for example.

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    “HANDS-FREE” RENAULT CARD: usage (2/4) Special features relating to vehicle locking – When locking, if a door is open or in- correctly closed, the vehicle will lock and unlock in quick succession with- out the hazard warning lights flash- ing;...

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    The hazard warning lights flash twice INJURY. After locking/unlocking the vehicle to indicate that the doors have locked. using the buttons on the RENAULT NB: The maximum distance at which card, "hands-free" locking and un- the vehicle locks depends on the sur- locking is deactivated.

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    The warning disappears when the card After locking/unlocking the vehicle is detected again. using the buttons on the RENAULT card, "hands-free" locking and un- locking is deactivated. To reactivate the “hands-free” mode: restart the vehicle.

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    RENAULT CARD: deadlocking To deactivate deadlocking Unlock the vehicle using button 1 on the RENAULT card. The hazard warning lights flash once to indicate that the doors have been un- locked. If the vehicle is equipped with a dead- To activate deadlocking locking function, this allows you to lock –...

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    Closing from the outside Push the door. Lock it using the remote As a safety precaution, control or, for vehicles fitted with the the doors should only be RENAULT card, by pressing button 2. opened or closed when the vehicle is stationary. 1.14...

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    FRONT DOORS (2/2) Lights-on reminder buzzer Door/tailgate open buzzer If you have switched off the ignition If a door is open or not properly closed, and left the lights switched on, a re- as soon as the vehicle reaches a speed minder buzzer will sound when a door of approximately 12 mph (20 km/h), the is opened.

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    The sliding side door is locked and un- the sliding door until it locks into posi- locked: tion. – by pressing the RENAULT card but- tons; – in hands-free mode by locking/unloc- As a safety precaution, king the front doors or the tailgate.

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    SLIDING SIDE DOOR (2/2) Recommendations concer- ning the sliding side door. Care must be taken when opening or closing the sli- ding door, as is the case for any of the opening elements on the vehi- cle: Driver’s responsibility – Check that the door will not come when parking or stopping into contact with any person, part the vehicle...

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    Vehicles with a remote control Unlock the vehicle using the remote control and pull handle 1. Vehicles with RENAULT card If the vehicle is parked on With the card on your person, press the hard shoulder with tail- button 2 to unlock the vehicle and pull gate open, the rear lights handle 1.

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    REAR HINGED DOORS (2/4) Driving with the right-hand If driving with the right- door open hand rear hinged door With the right-hand door open, close open, always secure trans- the left-hand door. ported loads (please refer On equipped vehicles, lock the left- to the section “Transporting objects”...

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    REAR HINGED DOORS (3/4) Opening the doors to the Closing from the outside maximum position Partially close the right-hand door, then slam it shut. For each door, pull handle 6 to release the door check strap 7. Open the door Then repeat this with the left-hand door.

  • Page 27: Opening From The Inside

    REAR HINGED DOORS (4/4) Opening from the inside Pull the handle 9 and push the door A. Pull the lever 3 and open the door B. To unlock the door A, refer to the infor- Closing from the inside mation on “Central door locking/unlock- Partially close door B, then slam it shut.

  • Page 28: Tailgate

    Vehicles with RENAULT card down on the tailgate from the outside. The tailgate is locked and unlocked: – by pressing the RENAULT card but- tons; – in hands-free mode by locking/unloc- king the front doors.

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    Interior locking/unlocking Unlocking from the outside can only be door control done using the key or the RENAULT card. The switch 1 simultaneously controls all the doors. If a door is open or not properly closed, the doors lock and then quickly unlock.

  • Page 30: Indicator Light

    CENTRAL LOCKING/UNLOCKING OF OPENING ELEMENTS (2/2) Locking the doors with the tailgate open To lock the vehicle with the boot open (e.g. when transporting something in the boot which prevents it from being closed), or when the vehicle is located in a zone of high electromagnetic radia- tion, or if the card or key is faulty: with Driver’s responsibility...

  • Page 31: Using The Key

    (1/2) Locking/unlocking from the outside This is done using the remote control or the RENAULT card: refer to the informa- tion on “Radio frequency remote con- trol: general information” or “RENAULT card: general information” in Section 1. In some cases, the radio frequency...

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    MANUAL DOOR LOCKING/UNLOCKING (2/2) Special feature on vehicles with a tailgate After manually locking the doors, the tailgate remains unlocked. Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal, child or adult who is not self-suffi- cient alone on your vehicle, even for a short time.

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    RENAULT ANTI-INTRUDER DEVICE (RAID) To deactivate Operating faults With the ignition on, press and hold If you notice an operating fault (auto- switch 1 for approximately 5 seconds, matic locking impossible), first check until you hear a beep. that all doors are correctly locked. If...

  • Page 34: Front Headrests

    FRONT HEADRESTS To raise the headrest Raise the headrest to its highest po- sition (tilt the seatback if necessary). Press button 1 and lift the headrest to release it. To refit the headrest Insert the headrest rods into the holes (tilt the seatback if necessary).

  • Page 35: Heated Seats

    FRONT SEATS (1/2) Heated seats With the ignition on, press switch 2. The integrated indicator comes on. The system, which has a thermostat, decides whether or not the heating is needed. Seat adjustments Lumbar adjustment Turn control knob 4 to increase or de- To move forwards or backwards crease support.

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    FRONT SEATS (2/2) To reposition the central passenger seat Make sure that nothing prevents the seat from moving. – Activate control 7 to unlock the seat- back; – Lift the seat back; – Make sure the seat is correctly locked in position. Central passenger seat table When the front seat is in formation...

  • Page 37: Steering Wheel/power-assisted Steering

    STEERING WHEEL/POWER-ASSISTED STEERING Power Assisted Steering Never drive with an inadequately charged battery. Variable power assisted steering The variable power assisted steering system is equipped with an electronic control system which alters the level of assistance to suit the vehicle speed. Steering is made easier during parking manoeuvres (for added comfort) whilst the force needed to steer increases...

  • Page 38: Seat Belts

    SEAT BELTS (1/5) Always wear your seat belt when trav- Before starting, first adjust your driv- elling in your vehicle. You must also ing position, then ask all occupants comply with the legislation of the par- to adjust their seat belts to ensure ticular country you are in.

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    SEAT BELTS (2/5) Front seat belt reminder ß warning light If the seat belt is not fastened, the light remains lit when the vehicle is started, then when the car reaches a speed of approximately 9.92 mph (16 km/h), it flashes and a beep sounds for approxi- mately 2 minutes.

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    SEAT BELTS (3/5) Rear side seat belts Conditions of use Access to the last row Before using the rear side seat belts, To facilitate access to the last row of – For the first row of rear seats, it is make sure that for each one, the seats, detach the second row seat belt mandatory to use seat belts 8;...

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    SEAT BELTS (4/5) Centre seat belts Unwind the seat belt slowly until the buckle locks in catch 14. Make sure that the rear bench seats are locked in position properly so that the Rear seat functions seat belts will operate effi- ciently.

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    SEAT BELTS (5/5) The following information applies to the vehicle’s front and rear seat belts. – No modification may be made to the component parts of the originally fitted restraint system: seat belts, seats and their mountings. For special operations (e.g. fitting child seats), contact an authorised dealer. –...

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    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (1/4) Depending on the vehicle, they will – Have the entire restraint consist of: system checked following – front seat belt inertia reel preten- an accident. sioners; – No operation whatsoe- –...

  • Page 44: Methods Of Restraint In Addition To The Front Seat Belts

    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (2/4) Load limiter Each air bag system consists of: – an air bag and gas generator fitted Above a certain severity of impact, this on the steering wheel for the driver mechanism is used to limit the force of and in the dashboard for the front the belt against the body so that it is at...

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    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (3/4) Operation Operating faults This system is only operational when å Warning light 4 will light up on the ignition is switched on. the instrument panel when the ignition In a severe frontal impact, the air bags is turned on and then go out after a few inflate rapidly, cushioning the impact seconds.

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    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (4/4) All of the warnings below are given so that the air bag is not obstructed in any way when it is inflated and also to prevent the risk of serious injuries caused by items which may be dislodged when the air bag inflates. Warnings concerning the driver’s air bag –...

  • Page 47: Methods Of Restraint In Addition To Rear Seat Belts

    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO REAR SEAT BELTS Force limiter – Have the entire restraint Above a certain level of impact force, system checked following this mechanism is used to limit the force an accident. of the belt against the body so that it is –...

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    SIDE PROTECTION DEVICES Side Airbags These airbags may be fitted to individ- ual seats and are deployed at the sides of the seats (door side) to protect the occupants in the event of a severe side impact. Curtain Airbags These are airbags fitted to each upper side of the vehicle.

  • Page 49: Additional Methods Of Restraint

    ADDITIONAL METHODS OF RESTRAINT All of the warnings below are given so that the airbag is not obstructed in any way when it is inflated and also to prevent the risk of serious injuries caused by items which may be dislodged when it inflates. The airbag is designed to complement the action of the seat belt.

  • Page 50: Child Safety: General Information

    CHILD SAFETY: General information (1/2) Carrying children Children, and adults, must be correctly seated and strapped in for all journeys. The children being carried in your vehi- cle are your responsibility. A child is not a miniature adult. Children are at risk of specific injuries as their muscles and bones have not yet fin- Driver’s responsibility ished growing.

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    CHILD SAFETY: General information (2/2) Using a child seat Set a good example by always fas- The level of protection offered by the tening your seat belt and teaching child seat depends on its ability to re- your child: strain your child and on its installation. –...

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    CHILD SAFETY: choosing a child seat Rear-facing child seats Forward-facing child seats Booster cushions A baby’s head is, proportionally, heavier The child’s head and abdomen need to From 15 kg or 4 years, the child can than that of an adult and its neck is very be protected as a priority.

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    CHILD SAFETY: choosing a child/baby seat mounting (1/2) There are two ways of attaching child Attachment using the ISOFIX Before using an ISOFIX seats: via the seat belt or using the system child seat that you pur- ISOFIX system. Authorised ISOFIX child seats are ap- chased for another vehicle, proved in accordance with regulation check that its installation is...

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    CHILD SAFETY: choosing a child/baby seat mounting (2/2) – Place the headrest in the top position or remove it; – pass belt 3 (supplied with the seat) between the two rear headrest rods; – the hook 4 must be attached to the ring 5 marked by the symbol the rear of the seat;...

  • Page 55: Fitting A Child Seat, General Information

    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat, general information (1/2) Some seats are not suitable for fitting In the front seat After installing the child seat, if neces- child seats. The diagram on the follow- sary, the seat may be advanced (so as The laws concerning children travel- ing page shows you how to attach a to leave enough space in the rear seats...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat, general information (2/2) In the rear side seat Rear centre seat A carrycot can be installed across the Check that the belt is suitable for secu- vehicle and will take up at least two ring your child seat.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (1/14) 2-seater van Check the status of the air bag ³ before fitting a child seat or al- lowing a passenger to use the seat. Seat not suitable for fitting ² child seats. Child seat attached using the belt Seat which allows a child seat ¬...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (2/14) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. Two or three-seater van versions Front passenger seat(s) (2) Type of child seat Weight of the child With two-seater bench seat With single...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (3/14) 5-seater Combi Check the status of the air bag ³ before fitting a child seat or al- lowing a passenger to use the seat. Child seat attached using the belt Seat which allows a seat with ¬...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (4/14) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 5-seater Combi version Front passenger Rear side Rear centre Type of child seat Weight of the child seat (1) (2) seat...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (5/14) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats of this type. U = Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal” approval to be installed using a seat belt; check that it can be fitted. (2) Raise the seat to the maximum and position it as far back as possible, tilting the seatback slightly (approximately 25°).

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (6/14) The table below summarises the information already shown in the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the appli- cable regulations are respected. 6-seater Combi version Front seat Rear seat Type of child seat Weight of the child side centre...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (7/14) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats of this type. U = Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal” approval to be installed using a seat belt; check that it can be fitted. (2) A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (8/14) 6-seater Combi Check the status of the air bag ³ before fitting a child seat or al- lowing a passenger to use the seat. Child seat attached using the belt Seat which allows a seat with ¬...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (9/14) 8-seater combi/bus Check the status of the air bag ³ before fitting a child seat or al- lowing a passenger to use the seat. Child seat attached using the belt Seat which allows a seat with ¬...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (10/14) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 8-seater Bus/Combi version Rear seat Front Weight of Type of child seat passenger 2nd row 2nd row...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (11/14) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats of this type. U = Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal” approval to be installed using a seat belt; check that it can be fitted. (2) Raise the seat to the maximum and position it as far back as possible, tilting the seatback slightly (approximately 25°).

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (12/14) The table below summarises the information already shown in the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the appli- cable regulations are respected. 9-seater Bus/Combi version Front seat Rear seat Weight of side 3rd row Type of child seat centre...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (13/14) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats of this type. U = Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal” approval to be installed using a seat belt; check that it can be fitted. (2) A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment by seat belt (14/14) 9-seater combi/bus Check the status of the air bag ³ before fitting a child seat or al- lowing a passenger to use the seat. Child seat attached using the belt Seat which allows a seat with ¬...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (1/12) 5-seater Combi Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (2/12) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 5-seater Combi version Front Rear side Rear centre Type of child seat Weight of the child Seat size ISOFIX passenger seat...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (3/12) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats ISOFIX. IUF/IL = On equipped vehicles, seat which allows an approved “Universal”/“semi-universal” or “vehicle specific” child seat to be attached using the ISOFIX system; check that it can be fitted. (1) A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (4/12) The table below summarises the information already shown in the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the appli- cable regulations are respected. 6-seater Combi version Front seat Rear seat Size of Weight of Type of child seat ISOFIX...

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (5/12) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats ISOFIX. IUF/IL = On equipped vehicles, seat which allows an approved “Universal”/“semi-universal” or “vehicle specific” child seat to be attached using the ISOFIX system; check that it can be fitted. (1) A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (6/12) 6-seater Combi Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (7/12) 8-seater combi/bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (8/12) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 8-seater Bus/Combi version Rear seat Size of Front Weight of Type of child seat ISOFIX passenger...

  • Page 79

    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (9/12) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats ISOFIX. IUF/IL = On equipped vehicles, seat which allows an approved “Universal”/“semi-universal” or “vehicle specific” child seat to be attached using the ISOFIX system; check that it can be fitted. (1) A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats.

  • Page 80

    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (10/12) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the ap- plicable regulations are respected. 9-seater Bus/Combi version Front seat Rear seat Size of Type of Weight of 3rd row...

  • Page 81

    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (11/12) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats ISOFIX. IUF/IL = On equipped vehicles, seat which allows an approved “Universal”/“semi-universal” or “vehicle specific” child seat to be attached using the ISOFIX system; check that it can be fitted. (1) A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats.

  • Page 82

    CHILD SEATS: attachment using the ISOFIX system (12/12) 9-seater combi/bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

  • Page 83: Child Safety: Deactivating/activating The Front Passenger Airbag

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (1/3) DANGER Since operation of the front passenger airbag is not compatible with the position of a rear-facing child seat, NEVER fit a restraint system for a rear-fac- ing child in a seat protected by an ACTIVATED front AIRBAG.

  • Page 84

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (2/3) The markings on the dashboard and labels A on each side of passenger sun blind 3 (example: label shown above) remind you of these instructions. DANGER Since operation of the front passenger airbag is not compatible with the position of a rear-facing child seat, NEVER...

  • Page 85

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (3/3) Operating faults It is forbidden to fit a rear-facing child seat to the front passenger seat if the airbags activation/deactivation system is faulty. Allowing any other passenger to sit in that seat is not recommended. Contact your approved dealer as soon as possible.

  • Page 86: Driving Position

    DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) 9 10 33 32 1.80...

  • Page 87

    – instrument panel lighting dimmer, system information read-out. 22 Hazard warning lights switch. – traction control, 7 RENAULT card reader. 23 Gear lever. – activation/deactivation of the 8 Remote radio controls. parking distance control system. 24 ECO mode switch.

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    DRIVING POSITION: RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) 10 11 12 2 1 1.82...

  • Page 89

    14 Storage compartment. 7 Accessories socket. 27 Location for ashtray or cup holder. 15 Remote radio controls. 8 RENAULT card reader. 28 Heating and ventilation controls. 16 Ignition switch for vehicles with key. 9 Stalk for: 29 Accessories socket or cigarette –...

  • Page 90

    WARNING LIGHTS (1/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Side light warning light Air bag warning light š å This lights up when the ignition is switched on and goes out after a few Main beam headlight tell- á...

  • Page 91

    WARNING LIGHTS (2/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Handbrake on and brake cir- Oil pressure warning light À cuit incident warning light This lights up when the ignition This comes on when the ignition is is switched on and goes out after a few switched on and goes out as soon as seconds.

  • Page 92

    WARNING LIGHTS (3/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Toxic Fume Filter System Anti-lock braking warning Ä Warning Light light This lights up when the ignition is For vehicles equipped with this option, switched on and goes out after a few the light comes on when the ignition is seconds.

  • Page 93

    WARNING LIGHTS (4/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Speed limiter and cruise Gear change indicators Š‰ Φ control indicator lights This lights up to advise you to change to a higher gear (up arrow) or See the information on the “Speed lim- lower gear (down arrow).

  • Page 94

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (1/2) Rev counter 1 Speedometer 2 Low engine oil level warning (graduations x 1000) (km or miles per hour) When the engine is started, display 3 alerts the driver when the oil level is at Overspeed buzzer its minimum.

  • Page 95: Instrument Panel

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (2/2) Instrument panel 6 in miles To return to the previous mode, repeat (option to switch to km/h) the same operation. – With ignition off, press button 9 or 10 Note: once the battery is switched off, at the end of stalk 7 and the start the trip computer and warning system button 8;...

  • Page 96

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: general information (1/2) f) distance travelled; g) average speed; h) mileage before service, oil change counter; i) Reset the tyre pressure j) cruise control/speed limiter program- med speed; k) clock and temperature; l) trip log, operating faults and informa- tion message readout;...

  • Page 97

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: general information (2/2) Interpreting some of the Automatic resetting of the values displayed after journey parameters resetting Resetting occurs automatically when the maximum value of any of the para- The values showing average fuel meters is exceeded. consumption, range and average speed will become more stable and re- liable the further you travel after pres- sing the reset button.

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    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: trip settings (1/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected 101778 km 112.4 km a) Total mileage and trip mileage recorder. FUEL USED b) Journey parameters. Fuel used.

  • Page 99

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: trip settings (2/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected RANGE e) Estimated range with remaining fuel. 541 km The value is displayed after driving 400 metres. DISTANCE 522 km f) Distance travelled since last reset.

  • Page 100

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: trip settings (3/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected On-board computer with distance before next service message (cntd.) h) Mileage before service With the ignition switched on and the engine not running, OIL CHANGE IN when the message “SERVICE INTERVALS”...

  • Page 101

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: trip settings (4/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected LEARNING THE i) Reset the tyre pressure. TYRE PRESSURE Please refer to the information on the “Tyre pressure loss warning” in Section 2. SPEED LIMITER 90 km/h j) Cruise control/speed limiter programmed speed.

  • Page 102

    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: information messages These can help in the vehicle starting phase, or give information about a selection or a driving status. Examples of information messages are given in the following pages. Examples of messages Interpreting the display selected «...

  • Page 103

    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: operating fault messages © These appear with the warning light and mean that you should drive very carefully to an authorised dealer as soon as possible. If you fail to follow this recommendation, you risk damaging your vehicle. They disappear when the display selection key is pressed or after several seconds and are stored in the computer log.

  • Page 104

    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: warning message ® These appear with the warning light and require you to stop immediately, for your own safety, as soon as traffic conditions allow. Stop your engine and do not restart it. Contact an approved Dealer. Examples of warning messages are given in the following pages.

  • Page 105: Clock And Exterior Temperature

    CLOCK AND EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE (1/2) 9°C 12:00 Display A Then press and hold button 2 or 3 to confirm the time set. (depending on the vehicle) The minute display flashes: repeatedly To access display 1 for setting the time, press or press and hold button 2 or 3 to press button 2 or 3.

  • Page 106

    CLOCK AND EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE (2/2) External temperature indicator Special note: When the exterior temperature is - 3°C to + 3°C, the °C characters flash (sig- nalling a risk of ice on the road). External temperature in- Display B dicator Vehicles fitted with touch-screen As ice formation is related multimedia, navigation aid systems, to climatic exposure, local...

  • Page 107: Rear View Mirrors

    REAR-VIEW MIRRORS (1/2) Heated door mirrors Depending on the vehicle, with the engine running, the mirrors are heated in conjunction with the rear windows. Manual door mirrors To adjust, press the mirror A. Electrically-adjustable door mirrors With the ignition on, position control 1 The driver’s door mirror C to adjust the left-hand door mirror, may have two clearly de-...

  • Page 108: Interior Rear View Mirror

    REAR-VIEW MIRRORS (2/2) Interior rear view mirror Additional rear-view mirror 4 (depending on the vehicle) Its position can be adjusted. Lower the sun visor 3 to access the Rear-view mirror with lever 2 special mirror to increase lateral vision when manoeuvring. For night driving, to avoid being dazzled by the headlights of the car behind you, flip the small lever 2 located behind the...

  • Page 109: Exterior Lighting And Signals

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (1/3) When driving on the left in a left- hand drive vehicle (or vice versa), drivers must re-adjust their lights Side lights Daytime running lights š throughout their stay (see “Adjusting function headlight beams” in Section 1). Turn the ring 2 until the symbol (front lights only) is opposite mark 3.

  • Page 110

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (2/3) Main beam headlights Switching off the dipped beam á headlights With the engine running and the dipped beam headlights lit, push – Manually, move ring 2 to position 0; stalk 1. This indicator light on the instru- –...

  • Page 111: Rear Fog Light

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (3/3) Cornering lights function Switching off the lights Whenever the dipped beam headlights Turn ring 4 again until mark 5 is oppo- are on and under certain conditions (at site the symbol for the fog light you wish speed, the steering wheel at an angle, to switch off.

  • Page 112: Headlight Beam Adjustment

    HEADLIGHT BEAM ADJUSTMENT (1/2) Load status Control position Empty, driver only Driver with passenger(s) and luggage compartment full (1) Other cases According to driver’s judgement On vehicles fitted with this function, control A allows you to adjust the height of the beams according to the load. Turn control A downwards to lower the headlights and upwards to raise them.

  • Page 113

    HEADLIGHT BEAM ADJUSTMENT (2/2) When driving on the left in a left- hand drive vehicle (or vice versa), you must adjust your lights tempo- rarily during your stay. Temporary adjustment Open the bonnet and identify the mark- ing B next to one of the front headlight projectors.

  • Page 114: Audible And Visual Signals

    AUDIBLE AND VISUAL SIGNALS Direction indicators Move stalk 1 parallel to the steering wheel and in the direction you are going to turn it. One-touch mode When driving, it is possible that the steering wheel may not be turned suf- ficiently to return the stalk automatically to its starting position.

  • Page 115

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE (1/2) Vehicles with automatic wiper function With the engine running, move stalk 1 – A park. – B automatic wiper function When this position is selected, the system detects water on the wind- screen and triggers the wipers at a suitable wiping speed.

  • Page 116: Windscreen Washer

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE (2/2) In freezing or snowy weather, ensure they are not stuck to the windscreen (including the central area located behind the interior rear-view mirror) and the rear screen before starting the wipers (risk of motor overheat- ing). Check the condition of the wiper blades.

  • Page 117

    REAR SCREEN WASH/WIPE Rear screen wash/wipe With the ignition on, turn the end of stalk 1 to align mark 2 with the symbol. In freezing or snowy weather, ensure When the stalk is released, it returns to they are not stuck to the windscreen the rear wipe position.

  • Page 118: Fuel Grade

    FUEL TANK (1/3) Fuel grade Use a high-grade fuel that complies with the legislation in force in each country and which must comply with the specifications given on the label on the cover A. Please refer to the in- formation on “Engine specifications” in Section 6.

  • Page 119: Fuel Tank (filling With Fuel)

    FUEL TANK (2/3) Filling with fuel With the ignition off, insert the nozzle and insert it fully before turning it on to fill the fuel tank (risk of splashing). Keep the nozzle in this position through- out the entire filling operation. When the pump cuts out automatically at the end of the filling procedure, a maximum of two further filling attempts...

  • Page 120

    Vehicles with RENAULT card Insert the RENAULT card into the 3 card reader. Press the start button 4 without pressing any of the pedals. Wait a few minutes before starting. This will enable the fuel circuit to be primed.

  • Page 121: Additive Tank

    ADDITIVE TANK (1/4) Please ensure that you comply with the If the warning “XXXX legislation of your country. KM FAILURE TOP UP It is important to remember that failure ADBLUE” appears, fill the to respect regulations in force could additive tank (minimum lead to legal action being taken against 2.2 gallons [10 litres]) and refer to the vehicle owner.

  • Page 122: Precautions For Use

    ADDITIVE TANK (2/4) Additive quality Precautions for use Use only additives which conform Handle additives with care. They can to standard ISO 22241 and in accor- damage clothes, shoes, bodywork dance with the label on the fuel filler components etc. flap.

  • Page 123

    ADDITIVE TANK (3/4) Maintenance/Range Warning lights and messages on the instrument panel When the indicator lights described light up, this may be accompanied by a beep. Indicator lights Message What to do? « A D B L U E L E V E L comes on each LOW»...

  • Page 124

    ADDITIVE TANK (4/4) System fault The integrated indicator lights described below are accompanied by a beep. Indicator lights Message Readings «CHECK ANTI- Indicates a fault in the system. Contact your approved dealer as soon © come POLLUTION SYSTEM» as possible. Indicates that in less than 682 miles (1100 km) it will become im- «XXXX KM FAILURE possible to restart the vehicle.

  • Page 125

    Starting, stopping the engine using the key/remote control unit ......Starting/stopping the engine: vehicle with RENAULT card ....... .

  • Page 126: Running In

    RUNNING IN/IGNITION SWITCH: vehicle with key Diesel version Ignition position M. For the first 1,000 miles (1,500 km), The ignition is switched on: do not exceed 80 mph (130 km/h) in the highest gear, or 2,500 rpm. After Start position D completing this mileage you may drive faster, although you may only expect If the engine fails to start at the first...

  • Page 127

    STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with key Stopping the engine With the engine idling, turn the key to the “Stop” position St. Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal, child or adult who is not self-suffi- cient alone in your vehicle, even for a short time.

  • Page 128: Starting/stopping The Engine: Vehicle With Renault Card

    STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with RENAULT CARD (1/3) Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal, child or adult who is not self-suffi- cient alone in your vehicle, even for a short time. They may pose a risk to themselves...

  • Page 129: Special Features

    STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with RENAULT CARD (2/3) Special features Operating faults – If one of starting conditions is not ap- In certain cases, the hands-free plied, the message “PRESS BRAKE RENAULT card may not work: + START” or “PRESS CLUTCH + –...

  • Page 130

    STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with RENAULT CARD (3/3) When you leave your vehi- cle, especially if you have your RENAULT card with you, check that the engine is completely switched off. Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle...

  • Page 131: Stop And Start Function

    – one of the doors for vehicles using a key; – the passenger side door for vehicles Do not drive off when the Before getting out of the using a RENAULT card. engine is on standby (war- vehicle, you must switch off the ignition (please see ning light is dis- section on “Starting, stop-...

  • Page 132

    Special cases – the “Clear View” function is activated (please see the information on “Air standby of the engine – For vehicles using a RENAULT card, conditioning” in Section 3); while the system is operating and Depending on the vehicle, certain –...

  • Page 133

    STOP AND START function (3/3) Operating faults The system is automatically reactivated each time the vehicle is started (please When the message “CHECK STOP see section on “Starting, stopping the AND START” appears on the instru- engine”). ment panel and the integrated warn- Special note: engine on standby, ing light 2 lights up on the switch 1, the press switch 1 to automatically restart...

  • Page 134: Special Features Of Diesel Versions

    SPECIAL FEATURES OF DIESEL VERSIONS Diesel engine speed Precautions to be taken in winter Diesel engines are fitted with injection equipment which prevents the engine To avoid any faults in icy weather: speed being exceeded irrespective of – ensure that the battery is always fully the gear selected.

  • Page 135: Gear Lever/handbrake

    GEAR LEVER/HANDBRAKE Handbrake To release: Pull the lever up slightly, press button 2 and then lower the lever to the floor. When stationary and de- The red warning light on the instrument pending on the slope and/or panel will light up if you are driving with vehicle load, it may be nec- an incorrectly released handbrake.

  • Page 136: Driving Advice, Eco-driving

    DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (1/4) Driving style indicator 2 Fuel consumption is accredited in ac- cordance with a standard regulatory Informs you about the driving style method. Identical for all manufactu- adopted in real time. You will be notified rers, this enables vehicles to be com- by the colour of warning light 2.

  • Page 137: Journey Record

    DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (2/4) ECO mode ECO mode is a function which opti- mises fuel consumption. It acts on all elements which consume fuel (engine power, heating and/or air conditioning, etc). Activating the function Press switch 4. The 5 warning light comes on on the instrument panel to confirm activa- tion.

  • Page 138

    DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (3/4) – Avoid sudden acceleration. – Brake as little as possible. If you an- ticipate an obstacle or bend in ad- vance, you may then simply release the accelerator pedal. – Do not try to maintain the same speed up a hill, accelerate no more than you would on the level.

  • Page 139

    DRIVING ADVICE, ECO-DRIVING (4/4) – In vehicles fitted with air condi- tioning, it is normal to observe an increase in fuel consumption (es- pecially in urban conditions) when it is used. For vehicles fitted with manual air conditioning, switch off the system when it is not required.

  • Page 140: Maintenance And Antipollution Advice

    MAINTENANCE AND ANTIPOLLUTION ADVICE Maintenance Exhaust gas monitoring Your vehicle complies with criteria for recycling and recovering vehicles at the system It is important to remember that failure to end of their service life which will come respect antipollution regulations could The exhaust gas monitoring system will into force in 2015.

  • Page 141: Environment

    ENVIRONMENT Emissions Your vehicle has been designed with – At the end of the vehicle’s service respect for the environment in mind for life, it should be sent to approved Your vehicle has been designed to its entire service life: during production, centres to ensure that it is recycled.

  • Page 142: Tyre Pressure Loss Warning

    TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING (1/3) Resetting the standard level for the tyre pressures This should be done: – when the standard tyre pressure needs to be changed to adapt to usage conditions (empty, carrying a load, motorway driving, etc.); – after swapping a wheel (however this practice is not recommended);...

  • Page 143

    TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING (2/3) Note: « PUNCTURE » The standard tyre pressure cannot be less than that recommended and indi- The warning light comes on cated on the door frame. steady, accompanied by the message “PUNCTURE” and a beep. Display This message appears along with the ®...

  • Page 144

    TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING (3/3) Replacing wheels/tyres Tyre repair product and « CHECK TYRE PRESSURE SENSORS » inflation kit This system requires specific equip- ment (wheels, tyres, hubcaps, etc.). Because the valves are specially de- The warning light flashes for Please see the information on “Tyres”...

  • Page 145

    DRIVING CORRECTION DEVICES AND AIDS (1/5) Anti-lock braking system Depending on the vehicle, this is com- Operating faults: posed of: (ABS) © – lit up on the in- – anti-lock braking system (ABS); Under heavy braking, the ABS prevents strument panel alongside messages the wheels from locking, allowing the –...

  • Page 146: Electronic Stability Program

    DRIVING CORRECTION DEVICES AND AIDS (2/5) Electronic stability program Understeer control Operating faults (ESC) with understeer control This system optimises the action of the When the system detects an operat- and traction control ESC in the case of pronounced under- ing fault the message “Check ESC”...

  • Page 147: Emergency Brake Assist

    DRIVING CORRECTION DEVICES AND AIDS (3/5) Driver assistance with a Emergency brake assist Braking anticipation trailer Depending on the vehicle, when you This system supplements the ABS This system helps to maintain control rapidly release the accelerator, the and helps reduce vehicle stopping dis- over the vehicle while using a trailer.

  • Page 148: Driver Correction Devices/aids

    DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES AND AIDS (4/5) Grip control “Soft ground” mode If fitted on the vehicle, grip control Press the switch 1: warning light makes it easier to control the vehicle on comes on the instrument panel accom- low grip surfaces (soft ground, etc.). panied by the message “NON GRIP ROAD MODE ON”.

  • Page 149

    DRIVING CORRECTION DEVICES AND AIDS (5/5) Hill start assistance The hill start assistance Depending on the gradient of the in- system cannot completely cline, this system assists the driver prevent the vehicle from when starting on a hill. It prevents the rolling backwards in all sit- vehicle from rolling backwards, de- uations (extremely steep gradients,...

  • Page 150

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: speed limiter function (1/3) The speed limiter function helps you Controls Switching on stay within the driving speed limit that 1 Main “On/Off” switch. Press the side switch 1 . Indicator you choose, known as the limit speed. light 6 comes on, lit orange, and the 2 Limit speed activation, storage and message “SPEED LIMITER”...

  • Page 151: Speed Limiter

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: speed limiter function (2/3) Varying the limit speed Exceeding the limit speed The limit speed may be changed by re- It is possible to exceed the limit speed peatedly pressing: at any time. To do this: press the accel- erator pedal firmly and fully (beyond –...

  • Page 152

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: speed limiter function (3/3) Recalling the limit speed If a speed has been saved, it can be re- called by pressing switch 4 ((R)). Putting the function on Switching off the function standby The speed limiter function is deac- tivated if you press switch 1: in this The speed limiter function is suspended case a speed is no longer stored.

  • Page 153

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (1/4) This function is an addi- tional driving aid. However, the function does not take the place of the driver. Therefore, it can under no circum- The cruise control function helps you to Controls stances replace the driver’s respon- maintain your driving speed at a speed sibility to respect speed limits and to...

  • Page 154: Cruise Control

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (2/4) Switching on Activating cruise control Driving At a steady speed (above 18 mph Once a cruising speed is stored and Press switch 1 side (30 km/h approximately)) press switch 2 the cruise control function is active, Indicator light 7 comes on, lit green, and or (+): the function is activated and the you may lift your foot off the accelera-...

  • Page 155

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (3/4) Exceeding the cruising speed The cruising speed may be exceeded at any time by depressing the accelera- tor pedal. While it is being exceeded, the cruising speed flashes on the in- strument panel. Then, release the accelerator: after a few seconds, the vehicle will automati- cally return to its set cruising speed.

  • Page 156

    CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (4/4) Returning to the cruising speed If a speed is stored, it can be recalled, once you are sure that the road con- ditions are suitable (traffic, road sur- face, weather conditions, etc.). Press switch 4 (R) if the vehicle speed is above 20 mph (30 km/h).

  • Page 157: Overspeed Function

    VEHICLE WITH OVERSPEED FUNCTION Special case: if your vehicle is fitted with the Cruise control/Speed limiter, fully depressing the accelerator pedal (beyond the kickdown point) will not allow you to exceed the overspeed function set speed (refer to the informa- tion on the “Speed limiter”...

  • Page 158: Fast Idle Speed

    FAST IDLE SPEED Modifying fast idle speed To increase or reduce the speed, con- tact an approved dealer. Switching off the function The function is interrupted when: – you depress the clutch pedal and/or accelerator pedal; – the vehicle speed is above 0 mph; ®...

  • Page 159: Parking Distance Control

    PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (1/2) Operating principle Ultrasonic detectors, installed in the rear bumper (depending on the vehi- cle), measure the distance between the vehicle and an obstacle whilst revers- ing. This measurement is indicated by beeps which become more frequent the closer you come to the obstacle, until they become a continuous beep when the vehicle is approximately 30 centi-...

  • Page 160

    PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (2/2) Operating faults Depending on the vehicle, when the system detects an operating fault, the message “check parking distance con- trol” appears on the instrument panel, accompanied by the warning light © and a beep lasting approxi- mately 5 seconds.

  • Page 161: Reversing Camera

    REVERSING CAMERA (1/2) Operation Note: make sure that the reversing NB: Depending on the vehicle, you can camera is not obscured (by dirt, mud, adjust certain settings from the multi- Moving into reverse gear, the camera 1 snow, etc.). media display 3. Refer to the handbook located on the tailgate or, depending for the equipment.

  • Page 162

    REVERSING CAMERA (2/2) This gauge remains fixed and indicates the vehicle trajectory if the wheels are in line with the vehicle. This system is initially used with the aid of several gauges (mobile for trajectory and fixed for distance). When the red zone is reached, use the bumper image to stop accurately.

  • Page 163: Your Comfort

    Section 3: Your comfort Air Vents ..............Manual air conditioning/heating system .

  • Page 164

    AIR VENTS, air outlets (1/2) 1 left-hand side window demister 5 right-hand side air vent. vent. 6 right-hand side window demister 2 left-hand side air vent. outlet. 3 windscreen demisting vents. 7 passenger footwell heater outlets. 4 centre air vents. 8 control panel.

  • Page 165: Centre Air Vents

    AIR VENTS, air outlets (2/2) To remove bad odours from your ve- hicles, only use the systems designed for this purpose. Consult an approved Dealer. Centre air vents. Side air vents To close the vents, lower the tabs 9 Air flow fully.

  • Page 166: Manual Air Conditioning/heating System

    MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING (1/4) Adjusting the ventilation fan speed. Turn control 3 from 0 to 4. The further to the right it is positioned, the more air is blown into the passenger compartment. If you want to shut off the flow of air, set control 3 to 0.

  • Page 167

    MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING (2/4) Switching passenger Air recirculation is used to: Rear screen de-icing/ compartment isolation mode/ demisting – to isolate the passenger compart- air recirculation mode on. ment from the external atmosphere With the engine running, press (e.g. driving in polluted areas, etc.); switch 6.

  • Page 168: Manual Air Conditioning

    MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING (3/4) Distribution of air in the The air flow is mainly distrib- uted between the front and passenger compartment rear footwells and the dashboard vents. Turn control 1 to choose the distribution Close the dashboard vents to direct all option.

  • Page 169

    MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING (4/4) Switching air conditioning on The air conditioning system is used for: or off – lower the temperature inside the The air conditioning is switched on (in- passenger compartment; dicator light illuminated) or off (indicator light extinguished) using button 2. –...

  • Page 170: Automatic Climate Control

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (1/4) Varying the ventilation speed In automatic mode, the system uses the most suitable amount of air to reach and maintain the desired comfort level. You can still adjust the ventilation speed by turning control 6 to increase or reduce the ventilation speed.

  • Page 171

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (2/4) Clear View function Press button 3 – the integrated indica- tor light comes on. This function quickly demists and de- ices the windscreen, the rear screen, the front side windows, and the door mirrors (depending on the vehicle). The air conditioning and rear screen de-ic- ing functions must be activated.

  • Page 172

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (3/4) Rear screen de-icing/ Switching air conditioning on demisting or off Press button 8 – the integrated indica- In automatic mode, the system switches tor light comes on. This function en- the air conditioning system on or off, ables rapid demisting or de-icing of the depending on the climate conditions.

  • Page 173

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (4/4) Manual use Press button 7 – the integrated indica- tor light comes on. Prolonged use of this position may lead to odours, caused by non-renewal of air, and the formation of condensation on the windows. We therefore advise you to return to au- tomatic mode as soon as air recircula- tion is no longer needed, by pressing button 7.

  • Page 174: Air Conditioning: Information And Advice On Use

    AIR CONDITIONING: information and advice on use Advice on use Fuel consumption Operating faults In some situations, (air conditioning You will normally notice an increase in As a general rule, contact your ap- off, air recirculation activated, ventila- fuel consumption (especially in town) proved dealer in the event of an oper- tion speed at zero or low, etc.) you may when the air conditioning is operating.

  • Page 175: Heating And Air Conditioning

    ADDITIONAL AIR CONDITIONING On equipped vehicles, there are four Heating and air conditioning adjustable air vents and controls 1. system These controls only affect the amount Make sure that the air conditioning is of air blown into the passenger com- operational (warning light on button 2 partment: lit up).

  • Page 176: Windows

    WINDOWS (1/2) Driver’s responsibility Never leave your vehicle with the RENAULT card or key inside, and never leave a child, adult who is not self-suffi- cient or a pet, even for a short while. Electric windows From the front passenger seat They may pose a risk to themselves Press switch 3.

  • Page 177

    WINDOWS (2/2) Operating faults In case of a fault when closing a window, the system reverts to normal mode: pull the switch concerned up as often as necessary to fully close the window (the window will close gradually), hold the switch (still on the closure side) for one second then lower and raise the window fully to reinitialise the system.

  • Page 178: Sun Visor

    SUN VISOR Sun visor Courtesy mirror or additional rear-view mirror 2 Lower sun visor 1. (depending on the vehicle) The sun visor can be swung round Lower the sun visor to access the against the window. mirror. Special feature of the additional rear-view mirror Please refer to the information on “Rear-view mirrors”...

  • Page 179: Interior Lighting

    INTERIOR LIGHTING (1/2) Courtesy lights Map reading light (depending on the vehicle) Switches 1, 2 or 3 provide: Move switch 4. – permanent lighting; – intermittent lighting, which comes on when a door is opened. It goes out when the doors concerned are prop- erly closed;...

  • Page 180

    INTERIOR LIGHTING (2/2) Glovebox light 4 Boot light 5 Rear light 6 This lights up when the glovebox is It comes on when the boot is opened. Move switch 7 to get: opened. – permanent lighting; – intermittent lighting, which comes on when a rear door is opened.

  • Page 181: Passenger Compartment Storage/fittings

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (1/9) Location 1 Sun visor storage 4 This location can be used as a cup This can be used for storing motorway holder, a storage compartment or as a tickets, cards, etc. receptacle to fit the ashtray. Storage compartment 3 To open, pull the handle 2.

  • Page 182

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (2/9) Storage 5 Telephone holder 6 These can hold bank cards, loose change, etc. Using a telephone and/or multimedia tablet We remind you of the need to conform to the legislation in force concerning the use of such equipment.

  • Page 183

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (3/9) Holder for multimedia tablet 8 If necessary, lower the base 9 of the holder 8 to extend it. Pull the handle 7 towards you fully. To refit it, pull the holder fully towards Swivel the holder 8 and push it in fully. you, lift it up until it is horizontal and push it in fully.

  • Page 184

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (4/9) Dashboard storage Dashboard passenger Passenger side glove box compartment 10, 11 and 13 storage compartment 15 To open, press control 16. To open, press the control 14. Depending on the vehicle, the glove Location 12 box may have ventilation and air condi- tioning (one 1.5 litre bottle can be This location can be used as a cup stored there).

  • Page 185

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (5/9) Location 17 Front door storage Storage compartment 20 compartments 18 under the front seat This location can be used as a cup holder, a storage compartment or as a To access this, pull the tab 19 and move receptacle to fit the ashtray.

  • Page 186

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (6/9) Seatback in table position Note: Make sure the storage 17 is Storage 25 closed before folding back the centre To open, press control 22. On equipped vehicles, lower the back seat. of the centre seat by lifting the con- The strap 26 inside can keep an item trol 24.

  • Page 187

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (7/9) Tray 23 You can attach it using the document grip 32. To unlock the tray, press the control 30. To remove the tray, press the con- To install the tray, insert the end trol 33. pieces 31 of the tray into the slots 28 or 29.

  • Page 188: Clothes Hooks

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (8/9) Grab handle 34 Clothes hooks 35 Rear load area storage compartment 36 This offers support and can be held Depending on the vehicle, hooks may when the vehicle is being driven. be placed in the partition in the loading Reserved for the transport of objects space.

  • Page 189

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS (9/9) Recess 38 and flap 40 Use the flap 40 to extend the load length: Depending on the length of the objects – pull the tab 39 to raise the seat B; being transported in the rear load area, –...

  • Page 190: Ashtray, Accessories Socket

    ASHTRAY, ACCESSORIES SOCKET (1/2) Ashtray It can be housed in either position 1 or 2. If your vehicle is not fitted with a cigar lighter and an ashtray, these can be obtained from an approved Dealer. 3.28...

  • Page 191

    ASHTRAY, ACCESSORIES SOCKET (2/2) Accessories socket The 3 socket and, depending on the vehicle, sockets 4 and 5 are designed for connecting accessories which have been approved by our Technical Department. Their power level should not exceed 120 Watts (12V). C o n n e c t a c c e s s o r i e s with a maximum power of...

  • Page 192

    REAR HEAD RESTS To raise the headrest To refit the headrest Press button 1 and lift the headrest to Insert the headrest rods into the holes release it (tilt the seatback if neces- (tilt the seatback if necessary). Lower sary). the headrest as far as it will go, then lift until it locks into place.

  • Page 193

    REAR BENCH SEATS: functions (1/4) Depending on the vehicle, there may Bench seat 2 be two rear bench seats: bench seat 2 Insert the buckles 3 into the housings 4 (2nd row of seats) and bench seat 1 before moving the seatback(s). (3rd row of seats).

  • Page 194: Rear Bench Seat: Functions

    REAR BENCH SEATS: functions (2/4) Bench seat 1 To fold it down To fold down (depending on the vehicle) – Pull seat back unlocking strap 6; This can be folded away and folded – Hold the bars 7 and bring them to- down.

  • Page 195

    REAR BENCH SEATS: functions (3/4) Removal/refitting of bench Removal – move the bench seat towards the rear of the vehicle to release the an- seat 1 and 2 First, release the side seat belts by un- chorage points (movement F); (depending on the vehicle) locking them from their unit.

  • Page 196

    REAR BENCH SEATS: functions (4/4) Ensure that the bench seats are locked in place correctly Refitting when refitting them. – position the bench seat over the front Check that the side seat anchorage points; belts are locked in their unit cor- –...

  • Page 197: Luggage Cover

    LUGGAGE COVER The luggage cover is made up of one or two rigid sections. There are two possible positions: – top position A; – the lower position B. Depending on the vehicle, you can lift the section 1 to a vertical position to make loading easier.

  • Page 198: Luggage Net

    LUGGAGE NET (1/2) On equipped vehicles, the luggage Fitting the luggage net Lower mounting: net A can be used, when transporting behind the front seats – attach hook 5 of the luggage strap animals or luggage, to separate them onto ring 7 at the base of the bench Inside the vehicle on each side: from the passenger section.

  • Page 199

    LUGGAGE NET (2/2) Fitting the luggage net A Lower mounting: behind the rear seats – fix the net belt hook 5 onto the ring 8; Inside the vehicle on each side: – adjust the net strap so that it is taut. Upper mounting: Removal –...

  • Page 200: Transporting Objects

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS (1/2) Transporting objects in the Always position the heavi- rear load area est items directly on the floor. Use the lashing points Depending on the vehicle, secur- on the luggage compart- ing rings 1 and 2 can be used to stop ment floor, if these are fitted to the transported objects from moving.

  • Page 201

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS (2/2) Special note for van version Max. F: 625 daN While driving with the right rear hinged door open, always secure transported loads. The left-hand door, which remains shut, should not be used to hold transported loads in place.

  • Page 202

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS towbar If the towbar ball obscures the regis- tration plate or the rear fog lights, it should be removed when not in use. In all cases, comply with local leg- islation. Fitting the towbar coupling Permissible nose weight, maxi- ball mum permissible towing weight, braked and unbraked: refer to the...

  • Page 203: Multimedia Equipment

    MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT The presence and location of this equipment depends on the vehicle’s multimedia equipment. 1 Multimedia sockets; 2 multimedia touchscreen; 3 steering column control; 4 microphone. Using the telephone We remind you of the need to conform to the legislation in force concerning the use of such equipment.

  • Page 204

    3.42...

  • Page 205

    Section 4: Maintenance Bonnet ............... . Engine oil level: general information .

  • Page 206: Bonnet

    BONNET (1/2) engine must stopped before any action (and not on standby): stop the engine (please refer to the information on “Starting and stopping the engine” in Section 2). Do not press down on the bonnet: there is a risk that the bonnet may accidentally close.

  • Page 207: Closing The Bonnet

    BONNET (2/2) Closing the bonnet Check that nothing has been left in the engine compartment. To close the bonnet again, hold the bonnet in the middle and lower it to 30 cm above the closed position, then release it. It will latch automatically under its own weight.

  • Page 208: Engine Oil Level: General Information

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL: general information Reading the oil level It is normal for an engine to use oil for lubrication and cooling of moving parts The oil level should be read with the ve- and it is normal to top up the level be- hicle on level ground, after the engine tween oil changes.

  • Page 209: Engine Oil Level: Topping Up/filling

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL: topping up/filling (1/2) engine must stopped before any action (and not on standby): stop the engine (please refer to the information on “Starting and stopping the engine” in Section 2). Engine oil change: if you are changing the oil when the engine is hot, be careful The engine may be hot not to scald yourself if the...

  • Page 210: Oil Change

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL: topping up, filling OIL CHANGE (2/2) Oil change – Unscrew cap 1; – top up the level (as a guide, the ca- Service interval: refer pacity between the minimum and Maintenance Service Booklet for your maximum reading on the dipstick 2 vehicle.

  • Page 211: Levels

    LEVELS (1/3) engine must stopped before any action (and not on standby): stop the engine (please refer to the information on “Starting and stopping the engine” in Section 2). Coolant level With the engine switched off and on The engine may be hot level ground, the level when cold must when carrying out opera- be between the MINI and MAXI marks...

  • Page 212: Brake Fluid

    LEVELS (2/3) Frequency of checking coolant level Level 2 Check the coolant level regularly It is normal for the level to drop as the (very severe damage is likely to be brake shoes become worn, but it must caused to the engine if it runs out of never drop lower than the “MINI"...

  • Page 213: Windscreen Washer Reservoir

    LEVELS /FILTERS (3/3) Filters The replacement of filter components (air filter, cabin filter, diesel filter, etc.) is scheduled in the maintenance opera- tions for your vehicle. Replacement intervals for filter el- ements: refer to the Maintenance Document for your vehicle. Windscreen washer reservoir Topping up With the engine switched off, open the...

  • Page 214: Tyre Pressure

    TYRE PRESSURE (1/2) Vehicle fitted with a tyre pressure loss warning system If underinflated (puncture, low pres- sure, etc.), the warning light the instrument panel comes on, see “Tyre pressure loss warning system” in Section 2. For your safety, please re- spect the speed limit.

  • Page 215

    TYRE PRESSURE (2/2) E: tyre pressures for the rear wheels (motorway) or when driving with a significant load. Tyre safety and use of snow chains B: front tyre pressure when driving (non-motorway), or if less than Refer to the information on “Tyres” 4 people occupy the vehicle.

  • Page 216: Battery

    BATTERY engine must stopped before any action (and not on standby): stop the engine (please refer to the information on “Starting and stopping the engine” in Section 2). The battery is a specific type, please ensure it is replaced with the same type.

  • Page 217: Bodywork Maintenance

    BODYWORK MAINTENANCE (1/2) What you should not do You should A well-maintained vehicle will last longer. It is therefore recommended to Do not degrease or clean mechani- Wash your car frequently, with the maintain the exterior of the vehicle reg- cal components (e.g.

  • Page 218

    BODYWORK MAINTENANCE (2/2) Vehicles with a matte paint Using a roller type car wash Respect local regulations about wash- ing vehicles (e.g. do not wash your ve- finish Return the windscreen wiper stalk to hicle on a public highway). the Park position (refer to the informa- This type of paint requires certain pre- Observe the vehicle stopping distances tion on the “Windscreen washer, wiper”...

  • Page 219: Interior Trim Maintenance

    INTERIOR TRIM MAINTENANCE (1/2) Glass instrument panel Textiles (seats, door trim, etc) A well-maintained vehicle will last longer. It is therefore recommended to (e.g.: instrument panel, clock, exterior Vacuum-clean the textiles regularly. maintain the interior of the vehicle regu- temperature display, radio display, mul- larly.

  • Page 220

    INTERIOR TRIM MAINTENANCE (2/2) Removal/replacing removable You should not: equipment originally fitted in You are strongly advised not to po- the vehicle sition objects such as deodorants, scents, etc. near air vents, as this could If you need to remove equipment in damage your dashboard trim.

  • Page 221: Practical Advice

    RENAULT card: battery ........

  • Page 222: Puncture, Emergency Spare Wheel

    PUNCTURE, EMERGENCY SPARE WHEEL (1/2) In case of puncture Depending on the vehicle, a tyre infla- tion kit or emergency spare wheel is provided (refer to the following pages). If the emergency spare wheel has been stored for several years, have it checked by your Dealer to ensure that it is safe to use.

  • Page 223

    PUNCTURE, EMERGENCY SPARE WHEEL (2/2) To refit emergency spare wheel B Proceed in reverse order. Check that wheel carrier 4 is correctly positioned before tightening nuts 3 and 5. Emergency spare wheel To take out emergency spare wheel B Using the tool A, completely unscrew On equipped vehicles, use tool A, the nut 5 (right-hand side) and partially comprising:...

  • Page 224

    TYRE PRESSURE KIT (1/3) Do not attempt to use the The kit is only approved for inflation kit if the tyre has inflating the tyres of the ve- been damaged as a result hicle originally equipped of driving with a puncture. with the kit.

  • Page 225

    TYRE PRESSURE KIT (2/3) Before using this kit, park the vehicle at a sufficient distance from traffic, switch on the hazard warning lights, apply the handbrake, ask all passengers to leave the vehicle and Please be aware that a keep them away from traffic. poorly tightened or miss- ing valve cap can make the tyres less airtight and may...

  • Page 226

    TYRE PRESSURE KIT (3/3) – disconnect any accessories previ- Once the tyre is correctly inflated, ously connected to the vehicle’s ac- remove the kit: slowly unscrew the in- cessories sockets; flation adapter 1 to prevent any repair product from escaping and store the –...

  • Page 227: Tools

    TOOLS (1/2) Do not leave the tools un- secured inside the vehicle as they may come loose under braking. After use, check that all the tools are correctly clipped into the tool kit, then position it correctly in its housing: there is a risk of injury.

  • Page 228

    TOOLS TRIMS (2/2)/ Trim 9 Trim 11 Remove the wheel trim using hubcap Remove using hubcap tool 5 (located in tool 5 (located in the tool kit) by fit- the tool kit) by engaging the hook in the ting the hook into one of the openings opening near the edge of the trim.

  • Page 229: Changing A Wheel

    CHANGING A WHEEL (1/2) Switch on the hazard warn- ing lights. Keep the vehicle away from Do not leave the tools un- traffic and on a level surface secured inside the vehicle where it will not slip. as they may come loose under braking.

  • Page 230

    CHANGING A WHEEL (2/2) Loosen the wheel nuts and remove the wheel. Fit the emergency spare wheel in place on the central hub. Tighten the nuts and lower the jack. With the wheels on the ground, tighten the nuts fully and check if they are tight as quickly as possible.

  • Page 231: Tyres (tyre And Wheel Safety, Use In Winter)

    TYRES (1/3) Incorrect tyre pressures Fitting new tyres lead to abnormal tyre wear For safety reasons, this op- and unusually hot running. eration must be carried out These are factors which by a specialist. may seriously affect safety and lead Fitting different tyres may change your vehicle as follows: –...

  • Page 232: Tyre Pressures

    TYRES (2/3) Maintaining the tyres Tyre pressures The tyres must be in good condition Adhere to the tyre pressures (including and the tread form must have sufficient the emergency spare wheel). The tyre depth; tyres approved by our Technical pressures should be checked at least Department have wear warning strips once a month and additionally before 1 which are indicators moulded into...

  • Page 233: Changing Wheels Around

    TYRES (3/3) Emergency spare wheel Use in winter Studded tyres This type of equipment may only be Refer to the information on the Chains used for a limited period and as laid “Emergency spare wheel” and in- For safety reasons, fitting snow down by local legislation.

  • Page 234: Daytime Running Lights

    FRONT HEADLIGHTS: changing bulbs (1/2) Take care when working in the engine compartment as the engine cooling fan may start to operate at any moment without warning. Risk of injury. Any operation on (or modi- fication to) the electrical system must be performed by an approved dealer since an incorrect connection might damage the electrical equipment...

  • Page 235: Side Lights

    FRONT HEADLIGHTS: changing bulbs /SIDE LIGHTS (2/2) Direction indicators Front fog lights 3 Side indicator lights Turn the bulb holder C a quarter of a – Access the bulb holder via the un- Unclip the side mounted indicator turn and take out the bulb. derneath of the vehicle;...

  • Page 236: Rear Lights: Changing Bulbs

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (1/4) Rear light unit A Turn the light unit slightly and release it Direction indicator lights 3 to access the bulb holder 2. Pear-shaped, bayonet type PY 21W Remove bolt 1. Unclip the bulb holders by rotating them bulb.

  • Page 237

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (2/4) Rear light unit B 6 Fog light (driver’s side only) Remove screws 5. Pear-shaped bayonet bulb W16W. Release the headlight unit. 7 Reversing light Turn the bulb holder 6 or 7 and release Pear-shaped bayonet bulb W16W. Replace the bulb concerned.

  • Page 238

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (3/4) High-level brake light on rear Remove the light sideways from the outside to access bulb 9. hinged doors Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21W Remove nuts 8. bulb. 5.18...

  • Page 239

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (4/4) High-mounted brake light on Remove the light from the outside to Number plate lights access the bulb 11. tailgate The bulb is accessed in the same way Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21W for both vehicles with hinged doors and Remove nuts 10.

  • Page 240: Interior Lighting: Changing Bulbs

    INTERIOR LIGHTING: changing bulbs (1/2) Courtesy lights Special features for vehicles fitted with a reading lamp Remove the relevant roof diffuser 1 using a flat-blade screwdriver. Type of bulb 2: festoon 10W Type of reading lamp 3: W5W Pull the bulb to remove it from its hous- ing.

  • Page 241

    INTERIOR LIGHTING: changing bulbs (2/2) Glovebox lights 4 Light 5 Remove the lens using a tool such as a Remove the lens using a tool such as a flat-blade screwdriver. flat-blade screwdriver. Pull the bulb to remove it from its hous- Pull the bulb to remove it from its hous- ing.

  • Page 242

    RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: battery Replacing the remote control Replace battery 2 according to the di- rection marked on the cover. battery Note: It is not advisable to touch the Undo screw 1 to remove the remote electronic circuit in the key cover when control cover.

  • Page 243: Renault Card: Battery

    (insert the next time the vehicle is started, the ment panel, replace the RENAULT card the RENAULT card in the card reader) message will disappear. battery, press button 1 pulling on emer- and lock/unlock the vehicle (refer to the...

  • Page 244: Connecting A Battery Charger

    BATTERY: breakdown recovery (1/2) To avoid all risk of sparks: Handle the battery with care – Ensure that any electrical consumers as it contains sulphuric acid, (courtesy lights, etc.) are switched which must not come into off before disconnecting or recon- contact with eyes or skin.

  • Page 245

    BATTERY: breakdown recovery (2/2) Starting the vehicle using the battery from another vehicle If you have to use the battery from an- other vehicle to start, obtain suitable jump leads (with a large cross section) from an approved dealer or, if you al- ready have jump leads, ensure that they are in perfect condition.

  • Page 246: Fitting A Radio

    FITTING A RADIO – In all cases, it is very important to follow the manufacturer’s instruc- tions carefully. – The specifications of the brack- ets and wires (available from our network) vary depending on the equipment level of your vehicle and the type of radio.

  • Page 247: Fuses

    FUSES (1/3) Fuses in passenger compartment A Clip 1 If any electrical component does not Remove the fuse using tweezers 1, lo- work, check the condition of the fuses. cated at the back of flap A. Unclip the storage A. To remove the fuse from the tweezers, slide the fuse to the side.

  • Page 248

    FUSES (2/3) Allocation of fuses (the presence of certain fuse depends on the vehicle equipment level) 11 12 5.28...

  • Page 249

    Allocation Allocation Allocation Hazard warning lights, direction APC load for vehicle with + battery urea injection indicator lights RENAULT card Central locking of opening + battery for vehicles with General service elements RENAULT card Cigarette lighter, accessories APC load for vehicle with...

  • Page 250: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Electrical and electronic accessories Before installing this type of accessory (particularly for transmitters/receivers: frequency bandwidth, power level, po- sition of the aerial, etc.), make sure it is compatible with your vehicle. You can get advice from an authorised dealer. Connect accessories with a maximum power of 120 Watts only.

  • Page 251: Windscreen Wiper Blades

    WINDSCREEN WIPER BLADES (1/2) Check the condition of the wiper blades. You are responsible for their service life: – clean the blades, windscreen and rear screen regularly with soapy water; – do not use them when the wind- screen or rear screen are dry; –...

  • Page 252

    WINDSCREEN WIPER BLADES (2/2) Rear screen wiper blade on Rear windscreen wiper blade To refit rear hinged doors on tailgate Proceed in the reverse order to re- moval. Make sure that the blade is cor- – Lift wiper arm 5; –...

  • Page 253: Towing

    TOWING: breakdown recovery (1/2) The steering wheel must be un- – Use a rigid towing bar. locked and the ignition key must be If a rope or cable is used in position M (ignition on) to provide (where the law allows this), brake lights and hazard warning the vehicle being towed lights on the towed vehicle.

  • Page 254

    TOWING: breakdown recovery (2/2) Use only Rear towing point 2 Front towing point 6 (Vehicle without towing equipment) At the rear: Unclip the cover 5 by inserting a flat- – for vehicles without towing equip- blade screwdriver or similar under the ment, towing point 2;...

  • Page 255: Operating Faults

    Dealer as soon as possible. Using the RENAULT card POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO The RENAULT card does not lock or Card battery is flat. Replace the battery. You can still lock/ unlock the doors. unlock and start your vehicle (refer to the in- formation on “Locking, unlocking the open-...

  • Page 256

    OPERATING FAULTS (2/7) The following advice will enable you to carry out quick, temporary repairs. For safety reasons you should always contact an approved dealer as soon as possible. Using the remote control POSSIBLE CAUSES ACTION REQUIRED The remote control does not lock or The remote control battery is flat.

  • Page 257

    Starting conditions are not Please refer to the information on “Starting, stopping fulfilled. the engine” in Section 2. The RENAULT “hands-free” Insert the card in the card reader in order to start the card does not work. engine. Please refer to the information on “Starting, stopping the engine”...

  • Page 258

    OPERATING FAULTS (4/7) On the road POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO White smoke from the exhaust. In the diesel version, this is necessarily a Please refer to the information on “Special fault. Smoke may be caused by particle features of diesel versions” in Section 2. filter regeneration.

  • Page 259

    OPERATING FAULTS (5/7) On the road POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Steering becomes heavy. Assistance overheating. Consult an approved dealer. Vibrations. Tyres not inflated to correct pres- Check the tyre pressures: if this is not the sures, incorrectly balanced or dam- problem, have them checked by an ap- aged.

  • Page 260

    OPERATING FAULTS (6/7) Electrical equipment POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO The wipers do not work. Wiper blades stuck. Free the blades before using the wipers. Faulty electrical circuit. Consult an approved dealer. Fuse damaged. Replace the fuse, refer to the information on “Fuses”.

  • Page 261

    OPERATING FAULTS (7/7) Electrical equipment POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Traces of condensation in the lights. Traces of condensation may be a nat- ural phenomenon caused by varia- tions in temperature. In this case, the traces will disappear slowly once the lights are switched The front seat belt reminder light An object is stuck between the floor Remove all objects from underneath the...

  • Page 262

    5.42...

  • Page 263: Technical Specifications

    Section 6: Technical specifications Vehicle identification plate ............Engine identification plate .

  • Page 264: Vehicle Identification Plate

    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION PLATES The information shown on the ve- 4 MAM (Maximum Authorised hicle identification plate should be Mass). quoted on all correspondence or 5 GTW (Gross train weight: vehicle orders. fully loaded, with trailer). 6 MPAW (Maximim Permissible The presence and location of the in- Weight) for front axle.

  • Page 265: Engine Identification Plate

    ENGINE IDENTIFICATION PLATES Please quote the information on the engine plate or label A in all corre- spondence or orders. (Location varies depending on engine) 1 Engine type. 2 Engine suffix. 3 Engine number.

  • Page 266: Dimensions

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) (1/4) Van version...

  • Page 267

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) (2/4) Complete vehicles without recent alterations Standard chassis Long chassis Standard van Raised van Standard van Raised van 3.098 3.498 4,999 5,399 0,933 0,968 1.615 1,628 2,283 1,971 → 2,493 0,552 → 0,552 0,160 → 0,166 1,387 1,913 1,387 1.913...

  • Page 268

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) (3/4) Combi version...

  • Page 269

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) (4/4) Complete vehicles without recent alterations Standard chassis Long chassis Standard combi Raised combi Standard combi COMBI Without 3rd With 3rd row Without 3rd With 3rd row With 3rd row Without 3rd row row bench bench seat row bench seat bench seat bench seat...

  • Page 270: Engine Specifications

    ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Versions 1.6 dCi Engine type (see engine plate) Cubic capacity (cc) 1 598 Type of fuel Diesel: the label located in the fuel Octane rating filler flap indicates authorised fuels. Spark plugs –...

  • Page 271: Weights

    WEIGHTS (in kg) (1/2) The weights indicated for a basic vehicle without options: they vary depending on the your vehicle’s equipment. Contact an approved Dealer. Versions (marketed depending on country) Standard VAN Raised VAN Maximum permissible all-up weight (MMAC) Weights are indicated on the vehicle identification plate (refer to Gross Train Weight (MTR) the information on “Vehicle identification plates”...

  • Page 272

    WEIGHTS (in kg) (2/2) The weights indicated for a basic vehicle without options: they vary depending on the your vehicle’s equipment. Contact an approved Dealer. COMBI Versions (versions marketed depend on country) Maximum permissible all-up weight (MMAC) Weights are indicated on the vehicle identification plate (refer to Gross Train Weight (MTR) the information on “Vehicle identification plates”...

  • Page 273: Replacement Parts And Repairs

    REPLACEMENT PARTS AND REPAIRS Original parts are based on strict specifications and are subject to highly-specialised tests. Therefore, they are of at least the same level of quality as the parts fitted originally. If you always fit genuine replacement parts to your vehicle, you will ensure that it performs well. Furthermore, repairs carried out within the manufacturer’s Network using original parts are guaranteed according to the conditions set out on the reverse of the repair order.

  • Page 274: Service Sheets

    SERVICE SHEETS (1/6) VIN: .................. Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □ ........□ Anti-corrosion check: OK □ Not OK* □ *See specific page Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □...

  • Page 275

    SERVICE SHEETS (2/6) VIN: .................. Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □ ........□ Anti-corrosion check: OK □ Not OK* □ *See specific page Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □...

  • Page 276

    SERVICE SHEETS (3/6) VIN: .................. Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □ ........□ Anti-corrosion check: OK □ Not OK* □ *See specific page Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □...

  • Page 277

    SERVICE SHEETS (4/6) VIN: .................. Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □ ........□ Anti-corrosion check: OK □ Not OK* □ *See specific page Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □...

  • Page 278

    SERVICE SHEETS (5/6) VIN: .................. Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □ ........□ Anti-corrosion check: OK □ Not OK* □ *See specific page Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □...

  • Page 279

    SERVICE SHEETS (6/6) VIN: .................. Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □ ........□ Anti-corrosion check: OK □ Not OK* □ *See specific page Date: Miles (Km): Invoice number: Comments/miscellaneous Type of operation: Stamp Service □...

  • Page 280: Anticorrosion Check

    ANTICORROSION CHECK (1/5) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Corrosion repair operation to be carried Stamp out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.18...

  • Page 281

    ANTICORROSION CHECK (2/5) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Corrosion repair operation to be carried Stamp out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.19...

  • Page 282

    ANTICORROSION CHECK (3/5) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Corrosion repair operation to be carried Stamp out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.20...

  • Page 283

    ANTICORROSION CHECK (4/5) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Corrosion repair operation to be carried Stamp out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.21...

  • Page 284

    ANTICORROSION CHECK (5/5) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Corrosion repair operation to be carried Stamp out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.22...

  • Page 285: Alphabetical Index

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX (1/5) ABS ..............1.86, 2.21 → 2.25 catalytic converter.............. 2.10 accessories................ 5.30 central door locking 1.4 → 1.6, 1.13, 1.16 → 1.21, 1.23 → 1.27 accessories socket ..........3.28 – 3.29 changing a bulb .............5.14 → 5.21 AdBlue ............... 1.115 → 1.118 changing a wheel............

  • Page 286

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX (2/5) driving position front passenger air bag deactivation ......... 1.77 settings ............1.32 → 1.36 front seat adjustment ..........1.29 – 1.30 driving recommendations ........2.12 → 2.15 front seats adjustment ..........1.28 – 1.30, 1.32 fuel ECO driving ............2.12 → 2.15 advice on fuel economy ........2.12 →...

  • Page 287

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX (3/5) lights: idle speed ................2.34 adjusting ............1.106 – 1.107 ignition switch ..............2.2 brake lights ............5.16 → 5.19 indicator lights..............5.19 dipped beam headlights ....1.84, 1.103, 5.14 – 5.15 indicators ............1.108, 5.14 → 5.19 direction indicators .......1.84, 1.108, 5.14 → 5.16 indicators: fog lights ..........

  • Page 288

    ............... 5.22 tailgate ..............3.36 → 3.39 remote control door locking unit ......... 1.2 – 1.3 tank RENAULT ANTI-INTRUDER DEVICE (RAID) ....1.27 AdBlue ............1.115 → 1.118 RENAULT card tanks and reservoirs battery ................5.23 brake fluid ..............

  • Page 289

    ALPHABETICAL INDEX (5/5) towing hitch..........5.7 – 5.8, 5.33 – 5.34 towing rings ............3.36 → 3.39 towing weights ............6.9 – 6.10 traction control ............2.21 → 2.25 transporting children ....1.44 – 1.45, 1.47 → 1.64, 1.77 transporting objects in the luggage compartment ......3.36 → 3.39 on the roof ............

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