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   Summary of Contents for CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso

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    YOUR HANDBOOK ON THE INTERNET! CITROËN lets view your vehicle's Connect to http://service.citroen.com : documentation on line, to see earlier versions and the latest information, simply and free of 1 | Select your language and register, charge. click on the link in the "Private customer access" zone to consult the vehicle documentation;...

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    We draw your attention to the following... Your vehicle is fi tted with only some of the equipment described in this document, de- pending on the trim level, version and the specifi cations for the country in which it is CITROËN has a presence on every continent, sold.

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    C O N T E N T S FAMILIARISATION III - COMFORT V - VISIBILITY ■ Eco-driving ■ Ventilation ■ Lighting controls ■ Manual air conditioning ■ LED lamps ■ Digital air conditioning ■ Daytime running lamps ■ Scented air freshener ■...

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    C O N T E N T S XII - TECHNICAL X - CHECKS VIII - SAFETY DATA ■ Direction indicators ■ Bonnet ■ Petrol engines ■ Hazard warning lamps ■ Running out of fuel (Diesel) ■ Petrol weights ■ Horn ■...

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    E X T E R I O R Stop & Start This system puts the engine tempo- rarily into standby during stops in the traffi c (red lights, traffi c jams, etc...). The engine restarts automatically as soon as you want to move off. Stop &...

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    E X T E R I O R Panoramic sunroof Opening rear screen Pneumatic rear suspension This enhances driving comfort and maintains a constant body height, whatever the vehicle load. Exterior side spotlamps Door mirrors These light up the zones facing the With electric foldback.

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    O P E N I N G Remote control key Bonnet opening/closing Fuel tank To release the bonnet, pull the lever Capacity: approximately 60 litres. located under the dashboard towards you. Then operate the safety catch at the front of the bonnet, A.

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    O P E N I N G Opening rear screen Opening the tailgate Modubox (CITROËN C4 Picasso) Press control 1 . This opening gives easy access to the You cannot open the tailgate if the rear boot, even if you are parked close to a Load: 22 kg maximum.

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    B O O T CITROËN C4 Picasso CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso Luggage cover in two Luggage cover blind sections Access to spare wheel Pneumatic rear suspension Allows the height of the rear Torch Torch of the vehicle to be adjusted...

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    I N T E R I O R 6-speed electronic gearbox system Electric parking brake This offers a fully automatic mode, a For holding and releasing the vehicle. manual mode and an auto-sequential Operation is automatic with manual mode which combines the advan- operation possible using the dash- tages of the automatic and manual board control.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S A N D C O N T R O L S 1. Controls: 8. Controls: 18. Optional function controls (on steering wheel) - Lighting - Trip mileage recorder reset button - Direction indicators 19.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S A N D C O N T R O L S 1. Controls: 10. Quarter light glass demist vent 17. Audio and telematics system - Electric windows 11. Windscreen demist vent 18.

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    S I T T I N G C O M F O R T A B L Y Adjusting the steering wheel Automatic photochromic rear Door mirror adjustment view mirror automatically progressively changes between day use and night The steering wheel can be adjusted for This operates with the ignition switched on.

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    S I T T I N G C O M F O R T A B L Y Front seats Manual adjustments Electric adjustments Head restraint Armrest 1. Adjustment of seat height, angle and forwards-backwards position 2. Adjustment of backrest angle and Backrest angle lumbar support 3.

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    S I T T I N G C O M F O R T A B L Y Adjusting the seat belt height Electric windows controls Sliding sun visors To adjust the seat belt, squeeze the From the driver’s seat position, the con- Slide the blind on the visor to the control and slide it in the direction re- trols located on the door are used to op-...

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    V E N T I L A T I O N Recommended settings Heating/manual air conditioning: Operate For... Fully cold to Maximum to ON when start, then start, then Cooling starting, then personal personal settings settings Fully hot to Maximum to ON when start, then start, then...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Instrument panel Seat belts not fastened/ Manual central locking unfastened warning lamp with multifunction screen A or C This warning lamp informs you if the driver’s or front passenger’s seat belt is not fastened (de- pending on model), and if the front passenger’s (depending on model) or the second-row...

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    P A S S E N G E R S A F E T Y Front airbags Child lock ISOFIX mounting system Manual control The rear doors are locked by operating Deactivation of front passenger the lever using the key (aperture at an airbag angle).

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    P A S S E N G E R S A F E T Y Seat belts Second row centre seat belt Using the third-row passenger seat belts (CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso) Take care to attach the third-row pas- Stowing the tongue of the third-row senger seat belts to the rings provided...

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    I N T E R I O R SECOND ROW SEATS "Comfort" position Longitudinal adjustment The 3 second-row seats are indepen- Lift up control A , located at the front of dent of each other and are all the same the seat, and adjust the seat into the width.

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    C4 Picasso) Return the rigid panels of the second- row seats to their initial (upright) position and lock them in position (CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso). Raise the backrest and push it back- wards until it locks in position. From outside A rigid panel is attached to each sec- ond-row seat backrest.

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    I N T E R I O R THIRD ROW SEATS (CITROËN GRAND C4 PICASSO) Installing the seats Stowing the seats Access to third-row seats Fold the concertina boards ( 1 2 3 ) ar- Put the three sections of the concertina...

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    D R I V I N G Lighting stalk Wiper stalk Fixed centred controls steering wheel Ring A Stalk C: windscreen wipe 1. Off Switching on "AUTO" mode 1. Optional function controls 2. Automatic illumination of headlamps Press the stalk down and release. 2.

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    D R I V I N G Electric parking brake Parking space sensor Before leaving the vehicle, check that the electric parking brake warn- ing lamp P (red) is on fi xed (not < 12 mph (20 km/h) fl ashing). If you leave the vehicle with the en- gine running, apply the parking brake manually.

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    D R I V I N G 6-speed electronic gearbox system Automatic gearbox P Park R Reverse R Reverse N Neutral N Neutral A Automatic mode D Automatic mode M Manual mode M Sequential mode Using control paddles 1 "+" and 2 "-" : Using control paddles 1 "+"...

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    D R I V I N G Stop & Start Engine going into STOP mode Going into engine START mode Deactivation/Reactivation The "ECO" warning lamp comes The "ECO" warning lamp goes on in the instrument panel and off and the engine restarts: the engine goes into stand-by: with the 6-speed electronic gear- with the gear lever in position A or...

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    D R I V I N G Ignition switch Speed limiter Cruise control ● S: Steering lock 1. Limiter mode On/Off. 1. Cruise control mode On/Off. To release the steering lock, oper- 2. Decrease the programmed value. 2. Programming speed/Reducing ate the steering slightly while turn- the programmed value.

  • Page 31: Eco-driving

    E C O - D R I V I N G Eco-driving is a range of everyday practices that allow the motorist to optimise their fuel consumption and CO emissions. Optimise the use of your Drive smoothly Control the use of your gearbox electrical equipment With a manual gearbox, move off...

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    Limit the causes of excess Observe the recommendations consumption on maintenance Switch off the headlamps and front Spread loads throughout the vehicle; Check the tyre pressures regularly, foglamps when the level of light does place the heaviest items in the bottom when cold, referring to the label in the not require their use.

  • Page 33: Instrument Panels

    M O N I T O R I N G MONOCHROME INSTRUMENT PANEL (WITH MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN A) 6. Fuel gauge 7. Trip mileage recorder 8. Multifunction screen A/C 9. Total mileage recorder In this zone, the following infor- mation appears in succession when the ignition is switched on: - service indicator, - engine oil level indicator,...

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    M O N I T O R I N G INSTRUMENT PANEL WITH MyWay OR NaviDrive MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN 7. Gear effi ciency indicator for a manual gearbox or selector lever position and gear for the elec- tronic gearbox system or auto- matic gearbox 8.

  • Page 35: Indicator And Warning Lamps

    M O N I T O R I N G Indicator and warning lamps Associated warnings The illumination of certain warning lamps may be accompanied Visual indicators informing the driver that a system is in by an audible signal and a message in the multifunction screen. operation (operation or deactivation indicator lamps) or of the occurrence of a fault (warning lamp).

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Front The front foglamps are Turn the ring on the stalk rearwards twice fi xed. foglamps switched on. to switch off the front foglamps. Rear The rear foglamps are Turn the ring on the stalk rearwards to...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations The control switch, located in the glove box, is in the " ON " Turn the control switch to the " OFF " position. position to deactivate the front passenger's Passenger's airbag.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Deactivation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confi rms that the corresponding system has been switched off intentionally. This is may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message on the multifunction screen. Warning lamp is on Cause...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamps When the engine is running or the vehicle is being driven, the illumination of one of the following warning lamps indicates a fault which requires action on the part of the driver. Any fault resulting in the illumination of a warning lamp must be investigated further by reading the associated message in the multifunction screen.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so. Top up with brake fl uid recommended by fi xed, associated The braking system fl uid level CITROËN.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Activate the function (according to country) via the vehicle confi guration menu or contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualifi ed workshop if automatic application/release Deactivation of The "automatic application"...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid running out of fuel. fi xed, This warning lamp will come on every time accompanied the ignition is switched on, until suffi...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations Stop as soon as it is safe to do so. Maximum Wait until the engine has cooled down The temperature of the coolant fi xed red. before topping up the level, if necessary.

  • Page 44: Indicators

    M O N I T O R I N G Service indicator 5 seconds after the ignition is switched Service overdue on, the spanner goes off ; the dis- For 5 seconds after the ignition is System which informs the driver tance recorder resumes its normal switched on, the spanner fl...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Service indicator zero reset Engine oil level indicator Oil level gauge fault System which informs the driver whether the engine oil level is cor- rect or not. This information is displayed for a This is indicated by the fl...

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    M O N I T O R I N G Distance recorders Lighting dimmer Activation Press the button to change the The total and trip distances are dis- Permits manual adjustment of the brightness of the instruments played for thirty seconds when the brightness of the instruments and and controls.

  • Page 47: Monochrome Screen A

    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S MONOCHROME SCREEN A Controls Main Menu Displays in the screen Press button A , then using B , you have access to the following menus: This screen can display the following - radio-CD...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Vehicle config Display adjust The "Display adjust" menu is used for the following settings: year, month, day, The"Vehicle confi g" menu is used hour, to activate/deactivate the following minutes,...

  • Page 49: Monochrome Screen C

    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S MONOCHROME SCREEN C Controls Main Menu Displays in the screen Press button A , then using B , you have access to the following This screen can display the following menu: information:...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Bluetooth telephone Status of functions (hands-free system) This allows diagnosis of the state of systems (active, inactive, faulty). With the Audio system on, you can confi...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Defi ne the vehicle parameters Choice of language You can activate or deactivate the You can change the screen display following systems: language (Deutsch, English, Espanol, Français, Italiano, Nederlands, Portugues,...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S MyWay MULTIFUNCTION Controls Menus in the control panel SCREEN Displays in the screen To select one of the applications: press the dedicated "RADIO" , "MUSIC"...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S SETUP menu Date and time Units This menu allows you to set the date This menu allows you to select the and time, the format of the date and units: temperature (°C or °F) and the format of the time (refer to the...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S NAVIDRIVE MULTIFUNCTION Controls SCREEN Displays in the screen The screen can display the following audio functions, information: trip computer (see end of the time section), date...

  • Page 55: Trip Computer

    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Main Menu TRIP COMPUTER The trip computer provides the following information: System which provides current infor- Press button A to display the "Main - range, mation concerning the trip travelled Menu":...

  • Page 56: Navidrive Colour Screen

    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S TRIP COMPUTER Display of information the trip "2" group with: ● the distance travelled, System which provides current infor- ● the average fuel con- mation concerning the route travelled sumption, (range, fuel consumption, …) in the...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S A few definitions… Current fuel consumption Distance travelled (mpg or l/100 km or km/l) (miles or km) Range (miles or km) This indicates the distance travelled This is the average fuel consump- since the last trip computer zero reset.

  • Page 58: Ventilation

    C O M F O R T RECOMMENDED SETTINGS FOR VENTILATION, HEATING AND Air intake AIR CONDITIONING Check that the exterior grille for the air intake at the bottom of the wind- screen, is clean and free of dead leaves, snow, etc. Air distribution 1.

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    C O M F O R T Air vents Air conditioning Sensors The air vents to the face have grilles To ensure that your system operates and thumb wheels to adjust the air correctly, it is recommended that you fl ow and direction (up-down, right- have it checked regularly.

  • Page 60: Manual Air Conditioning

    C O M F O R T MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING The level of air fl ow is shown by the 4. Air recirculation progressive lighting of the warning The air conditioning system oper- lamps depicting the fan blades 1 . This control is for isolating disagree- ates with the engine running.

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    C O M F O R T 6. Demisting/defrosting the 8. Adjustment of the fan air B. PASSENGER'S CONTROL rear screen temperature PANEL This function operates only if the en- This control is for adjusting the tem- gine is running. perature of the air in the passenger compartment.

  • Page 62: Digital Air Conditioning

    C O M F O R T DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONING For this facility to operate, it is recom- 2. Adjustment of temperature mended that all air vents are kept open. To display the desired temperature, The air conditioning system operates press button: Using the AUTO mode will prevent with the engine running.

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    C O M F O R T 3. Adjustment of air fan This function is available when This button does not activate the air you switch on the ignition as well conditioning, only the air fans. While speed/Activation of the as when you stop the engine.

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    C O M F O R T 5. Air recirculation 6. Activation/deactivation of 7. Panel display mode: black rear passenger controls panel function This button activates the recir- culation of air within the pas- This button allows you to This function turns senger compartment and also...

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    C O M F O R T 9. Rapid demisting/defrosting B. PASSENGER CONTROL 12. Rear passengers (right/left) of the front and rear PANELS windows By default, in AUTO Press button 9 . The warning position, the adjust- lamp comes on. ment of the air fl...

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    C O M F O R T ADDITIONAL AIR C. REAR PASSENGER The level of air fl ow is indicated on the display by the progressive fi lling CONDITIONING CONTROL PANELS of the fan blades. (RIGHT/LEFT) By reducing the fl ow to minimum, you switch off the air conditioning system (OFF).

  • Page 67: Scented Air Freshener

    C O M F O R T SCENTED AIR FRESHENER To remove the air freshener To insert the air freshener The scented air freshener releases a fragrance into the passenger compart- ment via the central air vents. The air freshener contains an empty cartridge when your vehicle is delivered.

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    C O M F O R T Replacing a cartridge Air freshener button For safety, use only cartridges that are provided for this purpose. Retain the containers for storing used cartridges. Do not recharge or dismantle the cartridges. Keep them out of reach of children and animals.

  • Page 69: Front Seats

    C O M F O R T FRONT SEATS 3. Seat height adjustment Raise or lower the the control the number of times necessary to obtain the position desired. 4. Backrest angle Operate the control and adjust the angle of the backrest. It is possible to incline the back- rest 45°...

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    C O M F O R T FRONT SEATS 2. Adjustment of backrest Heated seats control angle and lumbar support ELECTRIC ADJUSTMENTS Push control forwards or backwards to adjust the backrest angle. Raise or lower control to increase or decrease the lumbar support.

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    C O M F O R T Storing driving positions Storing a position Recalling a stored position System which registers the electrical settings of the driver's seat and door Using buttons M/1/2 Ignition on or engine running mirrors. It enables you to store and Switch on the ignition.

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    C O M F O R T REAR HEAD RESTRAINTS SECOND ROW SEATS "Comfort" position Forwards-backwards adjustment The rear head restraints can be removed and have two positions: high, position for use, The 3 second-row seats are inde- low, storage position. pendent of each other and all the same width.

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    C O M F O R T SECOND ROW SEATS Repositioning a seat Panels behind the second (C4 PICASSO) row seats Raise the backrest and push it Folding a seat rearwards until it locks in position Always supervise any movements of seats by children.

  • Page 74: Rear Seats

    C O M F O R T SECOND ROW REAR SEATS From the boot (when loading, for Rigid panel example) (GRAND C4 PICASSO) You can fold the second-row seat(s) from the boot, having fi rst folded the Each seat can be folded onto the third-row seats.

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    C O M F O R T "Cinema seat" position Access to the third row seats Exit from the third row seats Hold the lever E in the raised po- sition. The seat unlocks and the seat cushion comes up against the backrest.

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    C O M F O R T THIRD ROW SEATS (GRAND Unfolding the seat Pull on the control G , located at the bottom of the seat backrest. C4 PICASSO) The seat unlocks. Next push the backrest gently Concertina boards forwards.

  • Page 77: Seat Modularity

    For easy modifi cation of your interior vehicle space, all the rear seats can be individually folded: onto the second-row fl oor, and under the third-row fl oor (in the case of the Grand C4 Picasso). You can then have a load fl oor that is continuous up to the front seat backrests.

  • Page 78: Mirrors

    C O M F O R T MIRRORS Automatic tilting in reverse gear System which provides a view of the The objects observed are, in reality, Door mirrors closer than they appear. ground during parking manoeuvres in reverse gear. Take this into account in order to Each mirror is adjustable to provide correctly judge the distance of ve- the rear view needed for overtaking...

  • Page 79: Steering Wheel Adjustment

    C O M F O R T Rear view mirror Automatic day/night model STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT The height and reach of the steer- Adjustable mirror providing a central ing wheel can be adjusted to adapt rearward view. the driving position to the size of the Equipped with an anti-dazzle sys- driver.

  • Page 80: Remote Control Key

    A C C E S S REMOTE CONTROL KEY Complete unlocking using the According to version, the door mir- rors unfold at the same time as the fi rst unlocking action. System which permits central un- Turn the key to the left in the locking or locking of the vehicle us- It also triggers the timed operation of the driver's door lock to unlock the...

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    A C C E S S Locking the vehicle Deadlocking using the remote control Normal locking using the remote Press the closed pad- To allow long objects to be carried, control lock to lock the vehicle the vehicle can be locked from the completely or press the inside, using the central locking Briefl...

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    A C C E S S Deadlocking using the key Folding the key Remote operation of lighting Turn the key to the right in the driv- A press on this button er's door lock to lock the vehicle brings on the temporary completely and hold it in this posi- illumination of sidelamps, tion for more than two seconds to...

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    A C C E S S STARTING Steering lock 1. " S": After removing the key, turn Vehicles equipped with a the steering wheel to lock the turbocharger steering. The key can only be removed in position S . Never stop the engine without having allowed it to run for a few seconds at 2.

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    A C C E S S Remote control problems Changing the battery Following disconnection of the ve- hicle battery, replacement of the re- mote control battery or in the event of a remote control malfunction, you can no longer unlock, lock or locate your vehicle.

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    A C C E S S Do not throw the remote Lost keys Locking the vehicle control batteries away, they contain metals which are Visit a CITROËN dealer with the ve- Driving with the doors locked may harmful to the environment. hicle's registration document, your make access to the passenger com- Take them to an approved collection...

  • Page 86: Alarm

    A C C E S S ALARM Locking the vehicle with full If an opening (door, boot...) is not closed fully, the vehicle is not locked alarm system System which protects and provides but the exterior perimeter monitor- a deterrent against theft and break- ing will be activated after a delay of ins.

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    A C C E S S Locking the vehicle with Reactivation of the interior Failure of the remote control volumetric monitoring exterior perimeter monitoring To deactivate the monitoring func- only Press the unlocking button on the tions: remote control to deactivate the Deactivate the interior volumetric exterior perimeter monitoring.

  • Page 88: Electric Windows

    A C C E S S ELECTRIC WINDOWS One-touch electric windows Safety anti-pinch When the window rises and meets System intended to open or close a There are two options: an obstacle, it stops and partially window manually or automatically. lowers again.

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    A C C E S S Reinitialisation Deactivation of the rear electric window and door If a window does not rise automati- Always remove the key from the controls cally, its operation must be reini- ignition when leaving the vehicle, tialised: even for a short time.

  • Page 90: Doors

    A C C E S S DOORS From inside Manual central locking control Opening System for locking or unlocking the vehicle - the doors and boot - from From outside the driving position. Pull the interior control lever of a front door; this unlocks the ve- hicle completely.

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    A C C E S S Unlocking In the event of a fault with the cen- tral locking, you must disconnect Press this button again to unlock the battery to lock the boot and so the vehicle. ensure the complete locking of the The red indicator lamp on the button vehicle.

  • Page 92: Boot

    A C C E S S BOOT Past the balancing point, allow When the rear screen is open, the tailgate to lower and close you can access the boot by rais- ing the rear shelf using its tab Opening itself (do not assist it or slow it (C4 Picasso).

  • Page 93: Panoramic Sunroof

    A C C E S S Emergency boot release PANORAMIC SUNROOF Closing the roof blind System for mechanical unlocking of Rotate the control knob B to po- It is fi tted with an electrically con- the boot in the event of a battery or sition 0 to close the roof blind.

  • Page 94: Fuel Tank

    A C C E S S FUEL TANK Refuelling Opening the fi ller cap may result in an inrush of air. This is entirely nor- mal and results from the sealing of the fuel system. Capacity of the tank: approxi- mately 60 litres.

  • Page 95

    A C C E S S The petrol or Diesel engine of your ve- Quality of the fuel used for Quality of the fuel used for hicle is fi tted with a catalytic converter, a petrol engines Diesel engines device which helps to reduce the level of harmful emissions in the exhaust gases.

  • Page 96: Lighting Controls

    V I S I B I L I T Y EXTERIOR LIGHTING Programming A. Main lighting mode selection ring: turn it to position the symbol CONTROLS Various automatic lighting control required facing the mark. modes are also available depending Control stalk for the selection and con- on options: trol of the various front and rear lamps providing the vehicle's lighting.

  • Page 97

    V I S I B I L I T Y C. Foglamps selection ring. In good or rainy weather, both day The foglamps operate with the side- and night, use of the front foglamps lamps and the dipped and main and the rear foglamp is prohibited.

  • Page 98: Led Lamps

    V I S I B I L I T Y LED lamps Daytime running lamps Manual guide-me-home lighting Daytime lighting, compulsory in cer- tain countries, which comes on auto- The temporary lighting of dipped matically when the engine is started headlamps after the vehicle's igni- making the vehicle more visible to tion has been switched off makes...

  • Page 99: Automatic Illumination Of Headlamps

    V I S I B I L I T Y Automatic illumination of Automatic "guide-me-home" headlamps lighting When a low level of ambient light When the automatic illumination of is detected by a sunshine sensor, headlamps function is activated, the number plate lamps, sidelamps under low ambient light the dipped and dipped beam headlamps are beams headlamps come on au-...

  • Page 100

    V I S I B I L I T Y EXTERIOR SIDE SPOTLAMPS MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF HEADLAMPS OF XENON HEADLAMPS Switching on To avoid dazzling other road users, the height of the halogen bulb head- This system adjusts the height of the The side spotlamps come on tempo- xenon headlamp beams automati- lamps must be adjusted according...

  • Page 101: Directional Lighting

    V I S I B I L I T Y DIRECTIONAL LIGHTING Programming When the dipped or main beam The function is activat- headlamps are on, this function en- ed or deactivated via ables the light beam to follow the di- the multifunction screen rection of the road.

  • Page 102: Wiper Controls

    V I S I B I L I T Y WIPER CONTROLS Manual controls Rear wiper System for selection and control of The wiper commands are issued di- the various front and rear wiping rectly by the driver by means of the modes for the elimination of rain and stalk A and the ring B .

  • Page 103: Automatic Rain Sensitive Wipers

    V I S I B I L I T Y Reverse gear Automatic rain sensitive The automatic rain sensitive wipers windscreen wipers When reverse gear is engaged, the must be reactivated if the ignition has rear wiper will come into operation if been off for more than one minute, The windscreen wipers operate au- the windscreen wipers are operating.

  • Page 104

    V I S I B I L I T Y Special position of the windscreen wipers This position permits release of the To maintain the effectiveness of the windscreen wiper blades. "fl at-blade" type of wiper blades, it It is used for cleaning or replacement is advisable to: of the blades.

  • Page 105: Courtesy Lamps

    V I S I B I L I T Y COURTESY LAMPS Map reading lamps With the ignition on, press the corresponding switch. Panoramic sunroof courtesy lamps These courtesy lamps have two oper- ating modes: automatic lighting when a door is opened or when the front cour- tesy lamp is in the "permanent lighting"...

  • Page 106: Interior Mood Lighting

    V I S I B I L I T Y LIGHTING PACK Operation Front door pockets with automatic lighting This back-lit control, located near Interior mood lighting the steering wheel below the dash- The lighting for the door pockets board, is used to switch on and off comes on automatically when you This lighting, available once the and adjust the brightness of this...

  • Page 107

    F I T T I N G S SLIDING SUN VISOR The visors are fi tted with a lock- Child surveillance mirror ing system on their central housing when the blind is reeled in. To re- Sliding blinds move the visor from its central hous- ing or to reposition it, it must be in a vertical position.

  • Page 108: Glove Box

    F I T T I N G S UPPER STORAGE ILLUMINATED GLOVE BOX COOLED GLOVE BOX COMPARTMENTS There are large storage compart- It includes storage areas for a bottle of It is cooled by a ventilation nozzle ments at the top of the dashboard, water, the vehicle handbook pack, ...

  • Page 109

    F I T T I N G S COOL STORAGE The cooled storage has a ventilation CENTRE CONSOLE nozzle. It is directly linked to the ve- hicle’s air conditioning system, and The centre console contains, de- is supplied with cooled air whatever pending on version: the settings for the passenger com- two cup-holders,...

  • Page 110: Mats

    F I T T I N G S MATS To avoid any risk of jamming of the pedals: Removable carpet protection com- Front door ponent. only use mats which are suited to the fi xings already present in The front door pockets can hold ob- the vehicle;...

  • Page 111

    F I T T I N G S AIRCRAFT-STYLE REAR Pull the table downwards to open. TABLES SECOND ROW FOOTWELL To stow the table, raise it until the latch locks. For safety reasons, these tables col- lapse downwards if excessive pressure is exerted on them.

  • Page 112

    F I T T I N G S THIRD ROW STORAGE SIDE BLINDS (GRAND C4 PICASSO) (GRAND C4 PICASSO) Third-row passengers may have Fitted on the 2nd and 3rd row rear Pull on the tab and anchor the storage pockets in the side panel windows, these protect young children blind on the hooks.

  • Page 113

    F I T T I N G S LUGGAGE COVER (C4 PICASSO) This is in two parts. Rear parcel shelf Front parcel shelf Removal Removal Unhook the cords. First remove the rear shelf. Push upwards, then lift on each Push upwards, then lift on each side of the luggage cover.

  • Page 114

    F I T T I N G S MODUBOX (C4 PICASSO) Use outside the vehicle LUGGAGE COVER ROLLER (GRAND C4 PICASSO) Equipment for use both inside the vehicle and away from the vehicle. It comprises a shopping trolley and Position 1 a fl...

  • Page 115

    F I T T I N G S Engage the lug on the left of the Position 3 The roller has a moving fl ap to roller in notch C . avoid interference with the second- 7-seat confi guration; stowed behind Pass the right-hand end above row passengers when the seats the third row seats when these are...

  • Page 116

    F I T T I N G S CARGO NET Position 1 Position 2 (GRAND C4 PICASSO) 5-seat confi guration: installed behind 2-seat confi guration; installed be- the second row. hind the fi rst row. Installing the roller Installing the roller...

  • Page 117: Luggage Retaining Net

    F I T T I N G S LUGGAGE ANCHORING LUGGAGE ANCHORING LUGGAGE RETAINING NET RINGS (C4 PICASSO) RINGS (GRAND C4 PICASSO) (GRAND C4 PICASSO) Attached to the luggage anchoring rings, it allows objects to be held on the boot fl oor.

  • Page 118: Torch

    This torch operates with NiMH re- the back, to switch the torch on chargeable batteries. or off. Grand C4 Picasso It has a battery life of approximately Unfold the support C , located on 45 minutes and recharges while you the back, to set down and raise are driving.

  • Page 119: Child Seats

    C H I L D S A F E T Y GENERAL POINTS RELATING CHILD SEAT IN THE FRONT TO CHILD SEATS Although one of CITROËN's main "Rearwards-facing" "Forwards-facing" criteria when designing your vehicle, When a "rearwards-facing" child seat When a "forwards-facing" child seat the safety of your children also de- is installed on the front passenger is installed on the front passenger...

  • Page 120

    C H I L D S A F E T Y Refer to the advice given on the la- Passenger airbag OFF bel present on both sides of the pas- senger's sun visor. To assure the safety of your child, you must deactivate the passenger's front airbag when you install a child seat in the rearwards facing position on the front passenger's seat.

  • Page 121

    C H I L D S A F E T Y CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY CITROËN CITROËN offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point seat belt : Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg "KIDDY Comfort Pro"...

  • Page 122

    To install a voluminous child seat in the 2nd or 3rd row, move the rear seat fully back so as to avoid interference with the front seat. * Applies only to the CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso. Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com...

  • Page 123

    C H I L D S A F E T Y ADVICE ON CHILD SEATS The incorrect installation of a child Children under the age of 10 must Installing a booster seat seat in a vehicle compromises the not travel in the "forwards-facing" The chest part of the seat belt must child's protection in the event of an position on the front passenger seat,...

  • Page 124: Isofix Child Seats

    C H I L D S A F E T Y "ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS There are three rings for each seat: This ISOFIX mounting system pro- vides fast, reliable and safe fi tting of Your vehicle has been approved in the child seat in your vehicle. accordance with the latest ISOFIX regulation s.

  • Page 125

    C H I L D S A F E T Y RÖMER Duo Plus ISOFIX (size category B1 ) Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg Installed only in the forwards-facing position. Fitted with an upper strap to be secured on the upper ring B , referred to as the TOP TETHER.

  • Page 126

    C H I L D S A F E T Y LOCATIONS FOR INSTALLING ISOFIX CHILD SEATS In compliance with European legislation (ECE 16), this table indicates which of the ISOFIX child seats can be installed in seat positions in your vehicle that are equipped with ISOFIX mounting points. For ISOFIX universal and semi-universal child seats, the ISOFIX size class, defi...

  • Page 127: Child Lock

    C H I L D S A F E T Y MANUAL CHILD LOCK ELECTRIC CHILD LOCK Deactivation Press button A again. Mechanical system to prevent open- Remote control system to prevent ing of the rear door using its interior opening of the rear doors using their control.

  • Page 128: Direction Indicators

    S A F E T Y DIRECTION INDICATORS HAZARD WARNING LAMPS Horn Selection of the left or right direc- A visual warning by means of the Audible warning system to alert other tion indicators to signal a change of direction indicators to alert other road users to an imminent danger.

  • Page 129: Tyre Under-infl Ation Detection

    S A F E T Y TYRE UNDER-INFLATION Puncture DETECTION The STOP warning lamp All repairs and changing of tyres comes on in the instrument Sensors fi tted in each valve check on a wheel fi tted with this system the tyre pressure during driving and panel, accompanied by an must be carried out by a CITROËN...

  • Page 130: Braking Assistance Systems

    S A F E T Y BRAKING ASSISTANCE Operating fault Emergency braking assistance SYSTEMS System which, in an emergency, If this warning lamp comes enables you to obtain the optimum Group of supplementary systems on, accompanied by an au- braking pressure more quickly, thus which help you to obtain optimum dible signal and a message reducing the stopping distance.

  • Page 131: Trajectory Control Systems

    S A F E T Y TRAJECTORY CONTROL Intelligent Traction Control Deactivation SYSTEMS system * In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle which is bogged down, stuck Your vehicle has a system to help in snow, on soft ground...), it may be Anti-slip regulation (ASR) driving on snow.

  • Page 132: Emergency Or Assistance Call

    S A F E T Y Reactivation EMERGENCY OR ASSISTANCE CALL These systems are reactivated au- The ESP/ASR systems offer ex- tomatically each time the ignition is ceptional safety in normal driving, switched back on or from 30 mph but this should not encourage the (50 km/h).

  • Page 133: Seat Belts

    S A F E T Y SEAT BELTS The pretensioning seat belts are Height adjustment active when the ignition is on. The force limiter reduces the pres- sure of the seat belt against the chest of the occupant, so increasing his protection.

  • Page 134

    Fastening the seat belt Unfastening the seat belt (C4 Picasso) (C4 Picasso and Grand (C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso) C4 Picasso) Open the cover A . Pull the strap and insert the Release the right hand buckle C , tongue C into the right hand then the left hand buckle.

  • Page 135

    S A F E T Y Third row rear seat belts (Grand C4 Picasso) Before use: To avoid damaging or jamming the seat belts, stow them carefully on the sides of the seat backrests. Instructions for use of Stowing the tongue of...

  • Page 136

    S A F E T Y The driver must ensure that passen- In order to be effective, a seat belt Recommendations for children gers use the seat belts correctly and must: Use a suitable child seat if the pas- that they are all restrained securely be tightened as close to the body senger is less than 12 years old or before setting off.

  • Page 137: Airbags

    S A F E T Y AIRBAGS Impact detection zones Front airbags System designed to maximise the System which protects the head and safety of the occupants (with the chest of the driver and front passen- exception of the rear centre pas- ger in the event of a front impact.

  • Page 138

    S A F E T Y Deactivation Activation When you remove the child seat, turn switch 1 to the "ON" position to reactivate the airbag and so ensure the safety of your front passenger in the event of an impact. Operating fault If this warning lamp comes on on the instrument panel,...

  • Page 139

    S A F E T Y Lateral airbags * Impact detection zones Operation It is deployed at the same time as System which protects the driver the corresponding lateral airbag in and front passenger in the event of the event of a serious side impact a serious side impact in order to limit applied to all or part of the side im- the risk of injury to the chest.

  • Page 140

    S A F E T Y For the airbags to be fully effective, observe the following safety rules: Sit in a normal upright position. Front airbags Curtain airbags Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. Do not drive holding the steering Do not fi...

  • Page 141: Electric Parking Brake

    D R I V I N G ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE Manual application Manual release With the vehicle stationary, to apply With the ignition on or the engine the parking brake whether the en- running, release parking gine is running or not, pull control brake, press on the brake pedal, or lever A .

  • Page 142

    D R I V I N G Maximum application Automatic application, Automatic release engine off If necessary, you can use maximum The electric parking brake releases application of the parking brake. It automatically and progressively With the vehicle stationary, the park- is obtained by means of a long pull when you press the accelerator: ing brake is automatically applied...

  • Page 143

    D R I V I N G To immobilise the vehicle, Activation/Deactivation of the Particular situations engine running automatic functions * In certain situations (e.g. starting the engine), the parking brake can To immobilise the vehicle when sta- automatic application when automatically alter its force.

  • Page 144

    D R I V I N G Dynamic emergency braking If a failure of the ESP sys- tem is signalled by the il- lumination of this warning lamp, then braking stability is not guaranteed. In this event, sta- bility must be assured by the driver by repeating alternate "pull-release"...

  • Page 145

    D R I V I N G Emergency release In the event of a malfunction of the Slide the front left-hand seat electric parking brake or the battery back as far as possible. running fl at, an emergency mecha- Lift up the fl oor plug B on the nism can release the parking brake.

  • Page 146

    D R I V I N G Operating faults If any of these instances arises, contact a CITROËN dealer or a qualifi ed workshop as soon as possible. SITUATION CONSEQUENCES Electric parking brake fault and display of If the electric parking brake fault warning lamp and the service message "...

  • Page 147

    D R I V I N G SITUATION CONSEQUENCES Display of message " Parking brake faulty " The automatic functions are deactivated. and the following warning lamps: Hill start assist is not available. To apply the electric parking brake: Immobilise the vehicle and switch off the ignition Pull the control lever for at least 5 seconds or until maximum application.

  • Page 148: Hill Start Assist

    D R I V I N G HILL START ASSIST Operation System which holds your vehicle tem- porarily (approximately 2 seconds) when starting on a slope, the time it takes to move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal. This function is only active when: the vehicle is completely station- ary, with your foot on the brake...

  • Page 149: Manual Gearbox

    D R I V I N G 5-SPEED MANUAL GEARBOX Engaging reverse gear Move the gear lever to the right then back. Only engage reverse gear when the vehicle is stationary with the engine at idle. Starting the vehicle Check that the gear lever is in neutral.

  • Page 150: Gear Shift Indicator

    D R I V I N G GEAR SHIFT INDICATOR * Example: The information appears in the form of an arrow in the instrument panel You are in third gear. System which reduces fuel con- screen. You press the accelerator pedal sumption by advising the driver to Depending on your vehicle's equip- moderately.

  • Page 151: Speed Electronic Gearbox System

    D R I V I N G 6-SPEED ELECTRONIC Displays in the instrument panel Moving off GEARBOX SYSTEM The 6-speed electronic gearbox of- fers a choice between the comfort of fully automatic operation or the driving pleasure of manual gear changing. You have a choice of two driving modes: automatic mode for automatic con-...

  • Page 152

    D R I V I N G Reverse gear Automatic mode Operation in automatic mode To engage reverse, the vehicle must be immobilised with your foot on the Move the gear lever to A . brake pedal. Move the gear lever to R . At low speeds, if reverse is selected, the N indicator fl...

  • Page 153

    D R I V I N G Temporary manual operation Operation in manual mode Changing gear when in automatic mode By pulling either of the " + " or " - " pad- Move the gear lever to dles, you can exercise temporary position M .

  • Page 154

    D R I V I N G The paddles cannot be used to se- Acceleration Stopping the vehicle lect neutral or reverse gear, or to exit reverse gear. For optimum acceleration (e.g. to Before stopping the engine, you can overtake another vehicle), simply choose: If the vehicle stops or reduces press the pedal beyond the point of...

  • Page 155: Stop & Start

    D R I V I N G If your vehicle is fi tted with the sys- Special cases: STOP mode not tem, a time counter calculates the available The Stop & Start system puts the en- sum of the periods in STOP mode STOP mode is not invoked gine temporarily into standby - STOP during a journey.

  • Page 156

    D R I V I N G Going into engine START mode Special cases: START invoked Deactivation automatically The "ECO" warning lamp START mode is invoked au- goes off and the engine tomatically when: starts with the electronic gearbox system : gear lever in position A or M , re- the driver's door is open, lease the brake pedal,...

  • Page 157

    D R I V I N G Operating fault Maintenance Before doing anything un- der the bonnet, deactivate the Stop & Start system to avoid any risk of injury resulting from automatic operation of START mode. This system requires a 12 V battery with a special specifi...

  • Page 158: Automatic Gearbox

    D R I V I N G AUTOMATIC GEARBOX Displays in the instrument panel Automatic gearbox which offers a choice between the ease of fully automatic operation or the driving pleasure of manual gear changing. There is a choice of two driving modes: automatic operation for elec- tronic control of the gears by the...

  • Page 159

    D R I V I N G Moving off To avoid any difference between the Reverse gear position of the gear lever and the true position of the gearbox, always Only engage this position come out of position P with the igni- when the vehicle is station- tion on and your foot on the brake.

  • Page 160

    D R I V I N G Automatic operation The gearbox is then operating in Temporary manual operation auto-adaptive mode, without requir- when in automatic mode ing any intervention on your part. For certain manoeuvres (for exam- ple overtaking), you can obtain max- imum acceleration by pressing the accelerator pedal down hard, which then produces an automatic change...

  • Page 161

    D R I V I N G Manual operation For safety reasons, depending on the engine speed, a change up or down may be performed automatically. It is possible at any time to change mode, by moving the gear lever from position D to po- sition M or vice versa.

  • Page 162: Fixed Centred Controls Steering Wheel

    D R I V I N G FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS STEERING WHEEL Cruise control/speed limiter Audio system controls and parking sensor controls A. Volume decrease. 1. Activation of the parking B. Volume increase. sensors function. C. Search of higher frequencies. 2.

  • Page 163

    D R I V I N G Optional function controls Multifunction screen controls 1. Call/Hang up the telephone (see A. Selection of the type of informa- "Audio and Telematics" section). tion to be displayed on the right of the screen (radio, trip comput- 2.

  • Page 164: Speed Limiter

    D R I V I N G SPEED LIMITER Displays in the instrument With the engine running, you can adjust the memorised maximum panel speed , by means of short or long System which prevents the vehi- presses on: cle from exceeding the speed pro- grammed by the driver.

  • Page 165

    D R I V I N G Deactivation If during the operation of the speed Operating fault limiter, the system is unable to keep Press on button 3 . within the maximum speed (for ex- If there is a speed limiter malfunc- ample on a steep descent or under tion, a message will display accom- heavy acceleration) then the speed...

  • Page 166: Cruise Control

    D R I V I N G CRUISE CONTROL Displays in the instrument You can then release the accelera- tor pedal. The vehicle will automati- panel cally keep to the speed chosen. System which automatically main- tains the vehicle speed programmed The speed of your vehicle may vary by the driver, without any action on slightly in relation to that memo-...

  • Page 167

    D R I V I N G Reactivation Operating fault If during the operation of cruise control, the system is unable to By recall of the memorised If there is a malfunction, a message keep within the memorised speed speed will display accompanied by an au- (for example on a steep descent), dible signal and lighting of the ser-...

  • Page 168: Parking Space Sensors

    D R I V I N G PARKING SPACE SENSORS Displays in the instrument After measuring the parking space You can activate the "parking space available between two vehicles or sensor" function by pressing but- panel obstacles, this system gives you in- ton A.

  • Page 169

    D R I V I N G Operation The function displays the following The function deactivates itself auto- types of message: matically: have identifi ed parking when you engage reverse gear, space: Parking possible when you switch off the ignition, Press button A to activate the fi...

  • Page 170: Lane Departure Warning System

    D R I V I N G LANE DEPARTURE Activation Operating fault WARNING SYSTEM Press this button, the indicator In the event of a malfunction, the lamp comes on. service warning lamp comes on, ac- System which detects the involun- companied by an audible signal and tary crossing of longitudinal traffi...

  • Page 171: Parking Sensors

    D R I V I N G PARKING SENSORS Rear parking sensors This system indicates the proximity of an obstacle (person, vehicle, tree, gate, etc.) which comes within the fi eld of detection of sensors located in the bumper. Certain types of obstacle (stake, roadworks cone, etc.) detected ini- tially will no longer be detected at the end of the manoeuvre due to the...

  • Page 172

    D R I V I N G Front parking sensors The sound emitted by the speaker Operating fault (front or rear) indicates whether the In addition to the rear parking sen- obstacle is in front or behind. sors, the front parking sensors are In the event of a malfunction triggered when an obstacle is detect- of the system, when reverse...

  • Page 173: Pneumatic Suspension

    D R I V I N G PNEUMATIC SUSPENSION Operation Activation/Deactivation The automatic height correction can If there is an increase in vehicle be deactivated: load, a sinking of the rear of press button B located on the the vehicle is detected and the left hand boot interior trim for ap- pneumatic springs infl...

  • Page 174

    D R I V I N G Loading/unloading Increasing the height of the boot Returning to the normal height fl oor assistance Press briefl y the top of control A twice. Press continuously the top con- trol A , which is located in the boot, on the left-hand side.

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  • Page 176: Bonnet

    C H E C K S The location of the interior release lever prevents opening of the bon- Opening net while the left hand door is closed. This operation must only be carried Before doing anything un- out when the vehicle is stationary. der the bonnet, switch off Avoid opening the bonnet in strong the Stop &...

  • Page 177

    C H E C K S BLEEDING THE DIESEL FUEL Bleeding water from the fuel FILTER filter Protective cover Bleed the fi lter regularly (at every oil change). Removal To evacuate the water, slacken the bleed screw or the water-in-Diesel Remove the protective cover by sensor, which is located at the base unclipping fi...

  • Page 178: Running Out Of Fuel (diesel)

    C H E C K S RUNNING OUT OF FUEL Priming the fuel system (DIESEL) In the event of running out of fuel: after fi lling (minimum 5 litres), squeeze manual priming pump repeatedly, until some re- sistance is felt, then operate the starter, gently pressing the accelerator until the engine starts.

  • Page 179: Petrol Engines

    C H E C K S PETROL ENGINES The covers and caps provide access for checking the levels of the various fl uids and for replacing certain components. 1. Power steering fl uid reservoir. 4. Air fi lter. 7. Fusebox. 2.

  • Page 180: Diesel Engines

    C H E C K S DIESEL ENGINES The covers and caps provide access for checking the levels of the various fl uids, for replacing certain components and for priming the fuel system. 1. Power steering fl uid reservoir. 6. Fusebox. As the Diesel fuel system 2.

  • Page 181: Checking Levels

    C H E C K S CHECKING LEVELS Brake fl uid level If a level drops signifi cantly, have After topping up the oil, the check The brake fl uid level should the corresponding system checked when switching on the ignition with be close to the "MAX"...

  • Page 182

    C H E C K S Coolant level Screenwash and headlamp wash Used products fl uid Avoid prolonged contact of The coolant level should be In the case of vehicles fi tted used oil or fl uids with the close to the "MAX" mark but with headlamp washers, the skin.

  • Page 183: Checks

    C H E C K S CHECKS Failure to observe this recommen- Particle filter system (Diesel) dation may shorten the life of the Unless otherwise indicated, check battery. Complementary catalytic these components in accordance converter, this fi lter makes an ac- with the servicing booklet and ac- tive contribution to the preservation cording to your engine.

  • Page 184

    C H E C K S Manual gearbox Brake pads Electric parking brake The gearbox does not re- Brake wear depends on This system does not require any quire any maintenance (no the style of driving, par- routine servicing. However, in the oil change).

  • Page 185: Temporary Puncture Repair Kit

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N TEMPORARY PUNCTURE Using the kit REPAIR KIT Tick the wheel to be repaired on the speed limitation sticker Complete system consisting of a enclosed then affi...

  • Page 186

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Switch on the compressor by If this pressure has not been moving the switch A to position reached after approximately three "1"...

  • Page 187

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Connect the compressor's elec- Take care, sealant tric plug to the vehicle's 12 V cartridge contains ethyl- socket again. ene-glycol. This product is Start the vehicle again and leave harmful if swallowed and causes the engine running.

  • Page 188: Changing A Wheel

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A WHEEL Access to the tools Depending on equipment, the tools 7. Short extension for C4 Picasso Switch your hazard are to be found either in the com- 8.

  • Page 189

    Check that the wheel is tight against the vehicle fl oor and C4 Picasso Grand C4 Picasso not interfering with other nearby components (e.g. the exhaust). Taking out the wheel (C4 Picasso) Taking out the wheel (Grand Stow the tools.

  • Page 190

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Removing a wheel Park the vehicle on level, stable Detach the trim using the remov- Slacken the wheel bolts. For ve- and non-slippery ground.

  • Page 191

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Temporary use spare wheel Fitting a wheel Spare wheel dimensions Position the wheel with the aid of If your spare wheel has dimensions the centring guide 3 .

  • Page 192: Changing A Bulb

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A BULB Front lamps Model with halogen headlamps Model with Xenon headlamps and directional headlamps The headlamps are fi tted with polycarbonate glass...

  • Page 193

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Dual-function Xenon headlamps Dipped beam headlamps Main beam headlamps (dipped/main beam) If the headlamp bears this symbol, any operation to change the Xenon dual- function directional head- lamp (D1S-35 W) must be carried...

  • Page 194

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Sidelamps Direction indicators Integrated direction indicator side repeaters Rotate the bulb-holder a quarter The direction indicator bulb is locat- To change the repeater, press down- turn anti-clockwise.

  • Page 195

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Changing daytime running Front foglamps (H11-55 W) Rear foglamp (P21 W) lamps/sidelamps (LEDs) For the replacement of this type Insert the key in the notch A , tilting Pass your hand underneath the of LED lamp, contact a CITROËN the bulb-holder cover, located un-...

  • Page 196

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Rear lamps (C4 Picasso) Lamps mounted on the Refi t the lamp unit on the body bodywork and do up the two screws. Reposition the plastic cover by pressing on it.

  • Page 197

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Rear lamps (Grand C4 Picasso) Changing bulbs Number plate lamps (W 5 W) Identify the faulty bulb. With the tailgate open, undo the...

  • Page 198

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Third brake lamp with bulb Interior lighting Boot lamps (W5W) (W5W) With the boot open, detach the interior trim. Undo the nuts. Using a thin screwdriver, detach the 3 retaining lugs.

  • Page 199: Changing A Fuse

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A FUSE Changing a fuse Fuses under the dashboard Use the special tweezer A to ex- tract the fuse from its housing Before replacing a fuse: and check the condition of its el- the cause of the failure must be...

  • Page 200

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Fuses under the dashboard Table of fuses Fuse N° Rating Functions 15 A Rear screen wipe 30 A Locking and unlocking earth Airbags and pretensioners Multimedia, photochromatic rear view mirror, 10 A...

  • Page 201

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Access to the second dashboard Table of fuses fusebox Fuse N° Rating Functions 20 A Heated seats Not used 40 A Trailer relay unit 15 A Rear 12 V socket...

  • Page 202

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Fuses in the engine compartment Access to the fuses Detach and remove the cover. After any operation, carefully refi t the cover.

  • Page 203

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Table of fuses Fuse N° Rating Functions 20 A Engine management 15 A Horn 10 A Screenwash pump 20 A Headlamp wash pump 15 A Engine components...

  • Page 204

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Fuses on the battery After any operation, carefully refi t the cover. If the cover is not cor- rectly positioned or not properly closed, this could cause serious problems on your vehicle.

  • Page 205: V Battery

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N 12 V BATTERY Access to the battery Before doing any work Procedure for starting the engine Immobilise the vehicle: ap- using another battery or for charging ply the parking brake, put your fl...

  • Page 206

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Starting using another Disconnecting the (+) battery terminal If the battery in your vehicle is fl at, the engine can be started using a slave battery (external or in another vehicle) and jump leads.

  • Page 207

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Charging the battery using Charging Reinitialisation after reconnection a battery charger Disconnect the (+) terminal. Follow the instructions on use After any reconnection of the bat- If the battery of your vehicle is fl...

  • Page 208: Energy Economy Mode

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N ENERGY ECONOMY MODE Switching to economy mode Exiting economy mode System which manages the duration Once this period has elapsed, a These functions are reactivated au- of use of certain functions to conserve message appears on the multi-func-...

  • Page 209: Towing The Vehicle

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N TOWING THE VEHICLE Towing your vehicle Towing another vehicle Procedure for having your vehicle towed or for towing another vehicle using a removable towing eye.

  • Page 210

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N General recommendations Observe the legislation in force in your country. Ensure that the weight of the towing vehicle is higher than that of the towed vehicle. The driver must stay at the wheel of the towed vehicle.

  • Page 211: Towing A Trailer

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Driving with a trailer places greater To lower the engine speed, re- demands on the towing vehicle and duce your speed. the driver must take particular care.

  • Page 212: Roof Bars

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N ROOF BARS VERY COLD CLIMATE Maximum load, distributed SCREEN * over the roof bars (for a For your safety and to avoid damage loading height not exceed- to the roof and tailgate, the design of Removable protective screen which...

  • Page 213: Accessories

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N ACCESSORIES "Comfort": front and rear parking "Protection": anti-theft alarm, sensors, isotherm module, recharge- wheel security devices, stolen ve- A wide range of accessories and able torch, sun blinds, air defl...

  • Page 214

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N "Multimedia": Bluetooth hands-free You can also obtain products for ® system, audio systems, portable sat- cleaning and maintenance (exterior ellite navigation system, DVD player, and interior), topping up (screen- USB Box, speakers, 230 V/50 Hz wash...) and replacement cartridges...

  • Page 215

    GEARBOXES (5-speed) (6-speed) (4-speed) OIL CAPACITIES (in litres) Engine (with fi lter replacement) 4.25 UA...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). UD...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat). UE...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat)..CU1: commercial versions. Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 216

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Petrol engines VTi 120 THP 155 VTi 143 Gearboxes Automatic Electronic gearbox system Automatic Model codes: 5FS-0 5FV-8/P RFJ-F UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 430 - 1 415 - 1 415 1 517 - 1 430 - 1 430...

  • Page 217

    Engine (with fi lter replacement) 3.75 3.75 5.25 5.25 UD...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat)..S: model fi tted with Stop & Start..CU1: commercial versions. UA...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). UE...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 218

    (6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed) OIL CAPACITIES (in litres) Engine (with fi lter replacement) 5.25 5.25 UA...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). UD...: CITROËN C4 Picasso (5-seat). UE...: CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat)..CU1: commercial versions. Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 219

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Diesel engines HDi 110 Gearboxes Manual Electronic gearbox system Model codes: 9HZ-C 9HZ-H/P UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 530 - 1 484 - 1 489 1 539 - 1 494 - 1 499 Kerb weight 1 605 - 1 559 - 1 564...

  • Page 220

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Diesel engines HDi 110 Gearboxes Manual Electronic gearbox system Electronic gearbox system Model codes: 9HR-8 9HR-8/P 9HR-8/PS UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 490 - 1 430 - 1 430 1 510 - 1 470 - 1 420 1 520 - 1 480 - 1 430...

  • Page 221

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Diesel engines HDi 138 Gearboxes Electronic gearbox system Automatic Model codes: RHJ-H/P RHR-J UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 620 - 1 582 - 1 581 1 650 - 1 611 - 1 640 Kerb weight 1 695 - 1 657 - 1 656...

  • Page 222

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Diesel engines HDi 150 HDi 163 Gearbox es Manual Electronic gearbox system Automatic Type codes: RHE-8 RHE-8/P RHH-A UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 613 - 1 580 - 1 610 1 637 - 1 601 - 1 614...

  • Page 223

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) - COMMERCIAL VERSIONS Petrol engines VTi 120 THP 155 Gearboxes Manual Electronic gearbox system Model codes: UA5FS- 0/CU1 UA5FV-8/PCU1 UA... UD... UD5FS-0/CU1 UD5FV-8/PCU1 Unladen weight...

  • Page 224

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) - COMMERCIAL VERSIONS Diesel engines HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 138 HDi 150 Electronic gearbox Electronic Electronic Gearboxes Manual Manual Manual system gearbox system gearbox system...

  • Page 225: Dimensions

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A DIMENSIONS (IN METRES) Exterior (CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso and CITROËN C4 Picasso) CITROËN Grand CITROËN C4 Picasso C4 Picasso 2.730 2.730 4.590 4.470 0.990 0.990 0.870 0.750 1.510...

  • Page 226

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A Interior (CITROËN C4 Picasso) 0.930 0.930 0.960/0.980 1.140 0.880/1.000 1.120 1.610/1.870 1.170 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 227

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A Interior (CITROËN Grand C4 Picasso) 0.920 0.880 0.990/1.000 1.070 1.030/1.160 1.160 1.800/2.060 1.170 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 228

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS Various visible markings for identifi - A. Manufacturer’s label B. Vehicle Identification cation of the vehicle. Number (VIN) Located on the left-hand door centre The vehicle type and the identifi ca- pillar.

  • Page 229: Emergency Or Assistance

    EMERGENCY OR ASSISTANCE CALL Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 230

    CITROËN LOCALISED EMERGENCY CALL CITROËN LOCALISED ASSISTANCE CALL Press this button for more than 2 seconds to request In an emergency, press this button for more than assistance if the vehicle breaks down. 2 seconds. Flashing of the green LED and a voice A voice message confi...

  • Page 231

    EMERGENCY OR ASSISTANCE CALL USING NaviDrive CITROËN LOCALISED EMERGENCY CALL CITROËN LOCALISED ASSISTANCE CALL Warning - the emergency call and the services are only active if the internal telephone is used with a valid SIM card. With a Press this button for access to CITROËN services. Bluetooth telephone and without a SIM card, these services are not operational.

  • Page 232

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  • Page 233: Navidrive

    NaviDrive MULTIMEDIA AUDIO/TELEPHONE SYSTEM JUKEBOX FUNCTION (10 GB)/GPS (EUROPE) CONTENTS 01 First steps 02 Voice commands and The NaviDrive is coded in such a way that it will only steering mounted controls operate in your vehicle. 03 Screen and main menu 04 Navigation - Guidance 05 Traffic information 06 Audio/Video...

  • Page 234

    Selection of the source: radio, Jukebox, CD and auxiliary (AUX, Cancellation of the Audio option if activated on the current operation. Selection of the adjustments: front/rear, Confi guration menu). Selection of Long press: return previous/next left/right balance, On/Off and Volume Long press: CD copy to wavebands FM1, to the current...

  • Page 235

    VOICE COMMANDS AND STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS 1. Volume increase. 1. Short press: 1. Displays the main screen. Activation of voice recognition. 2. Volume decrease. 2. Selection of the mode displayed (TRIP, TEL, NAV or AUDIO). 2. WHEN THE TELEPHONE IS NOT IN USE: 3.

  • Page 236: Voice Commands

    VOICE COMMANDS AND STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3 VOICE COMMANDS radio memory 1 to 6/* autostore DISPLAYING THE LIST AND USING THEM previous/next list cd player previous/next track 1 to 250/* Jukebox (if activated) track number/track previous/next scan repeat...

  • Page 237

    SCREEN AND MAIN MENU > COLOUR SCREEN This displays the following information, via the audio control panel: time, ° date, ambient temperature (if there is a risk of ice, you are warned by a Telephone message), audio source displays (radio, CD, jukebox, ...), Orange telematic system displays (telephone, services, ...), check of openings (doors, boot, ...),...

  • Page 238

    03 SCREEN AND MAIN MENU For maintenance of the TRAFFIC INFORMATION: screen, the use of a soft, non-abrasive cloth TMC information, messages. (spectacles cloth) is recommended without any additional product. MAP: orientation, details, AUDIO FUNCTIONS: radio, display. CD, Jukebox, options. TELEMATIC: telephone, directory, SMS.

  • Page 239

    03 SCREEN AND MAIN MENU DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT IN "ZOOM/SCROLL" MODE BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE Press the OK dial to access short-cut menus according to the display on the position info call list screen. call select as destination select as stage phone book NAVIGATION (IF NAVIGATION IS IN PROGRESS): resume/stop guidance...

  • Page 240

    03 SCREEN AND MAIN MENU CD (MP3 OR AUDIO) JUKEBOX copy CD to JBX/stop copy select playlist activate/deactivate Introscan activate/deactivate Introscan activate/deactivate random play activate/deactivate random play activate/deactivate repeat activate/deactivate repeat RADIO enter a frequency copy USB to JBX/stop copy activate/deactivate RDS eject USB activate/deactivate Introscan...

  • Page 241

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Tip: for a detailed global view of the menus available, refer to the SELECTING A DESTINATION "Screen menu map" part of this section. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Press the MENU button. Turn the dial and select the Navigation Turn the dial and select the "Enter Guidance function.

  • Page 242

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Repeat steps 8 to 12 for the "Road" and "N°" functions. Turn the dial and select the letters of the town one by one confi rming each time by pressing the dial.

  • Page 243

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE ADDING A STAGE Select the "Add a stage" function (9 stages maximum) and press the dial During guidance, press the MENU to confi rm. button. Add a stage Turn the dial and select the "Navigation guidance" function. Enter for example a new address.

  • Page 244

    GUIDANCE SPEECH SYNTHESIS The volume of the Risk Areas POI alerts can only be adjusted during the alert using the volume adjustment control. During announcements, the volume of each speech synthesis Press the dial to confi rm the selection. function (guidance, traffi c information...) can be adjusted directly using the volume adjustment control.

  • Page 245

    04 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE List of POI Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 246

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE UPDATING POIs DISPLAYING RISK AREAS POIs The detailed procedure is available on the following website: Press the MENU button. "citroen.navigation.com". Select "Map" and confi rm by pressing "OK". Select "Map details" and confi rm by pressing "OK". Map details Select "Transport and automobiles"...

  • Page 247

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE The route presented depends directly on the guidance options. GUIDANCE OPTIONS Changing these options may completely change the route. Press the MENU button. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Turn the dial and select the "Navigation Turn the dial and select the "Defi...

  • Page 248

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE SETTING RISK AREAS The volume of the Risk Areas POI alerts can only be adjusted during the alert. ALERT PARAMETERS Repeat steps 1 to 5 of the guidance option. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Turn the dial and select the "Set Turn the dial and select the "Traffi...

  • Page 249: Map Orientation

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE ACTIONS ON THE MAP MAP ORIENTATION For improved visibility, beyond the scale of 10 km, the map automatically switches to North Orientation. Press the MENU button. Repeat steps 1 to 3 then turn the dial and select the "Map orientation" function.

  • Page 250

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE DISPLAYING THE MAP IN A WINDOW OR IN FULL SCREEN MODE Press the MENU button. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Turn the dial and select the "Map" function. Turn the dial and select the "Map in window"...

  • Page 251

    TRAFFIC INFORMATION The TMC (Traffi c Message Channel) messages provide information CONFIGURING THE FILTERING OF relating to the traffi c and the weather conditions, received in real time and communicated to the driver in the form of audible announcements and TMC ANNOUNCEMENTS icons on the navigation map.

  • Page 252

    TRAFFIC INFORMATION CONFIGURING THE DISPLAY OF We recommend that you do not select the "New message display" tab for TMC MESSAGES regions with heavy traffi c. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Press the MENU button. Select the "Read messages" tab. Turn the dial and select the Read messages "Traffi...

  • Page 253

    The external environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car AUDIO/VIDEO parks, ...) may block reception, including in RDS mode. This is a normal effect of the way in which radio waves are transmitted and does not indicate any failure of the audio equipment. RADIO SELECTING A STATION Press the SOURCE button several...

  • Page 254

    MP3 CD INFORMATION AND ADVICE PLAYING A CD OR AN MP3 COMPILATION Empty CDs are not recognised and may damage the system. Insert circular compact discs only. Some anti-pirating systems, on original discs or CDs copied using a personal recorder, may generate malfunctions regardless of the quality of the original player.

  • Page 255

    AUDIO/VIDEO USING THE USB PORT * The list of compatible equipment is available from CITROËN dealers. CONNECTING A USB MEMORY STICK The audio fi les are transmitted from a USB memory stick to your audio system, to be listened to via the vehicle's speakers.

  • Page 256

    AUDIO/VIDEO PLAYING AN MP3 USB MEMORY JUKEBOX STICK COPYING AN MP3 USB MEMORY STICK ONTO THE HARD DISK Insert a USB memory stick in the Connect a USB memory stick to the port provided. space provided and press the MENU button.

  • Page 257

    COPYING A CD ONTO THE HARD DISK The "Auto creation" tab automatically copies the CD by default into Insert an audio CD or an MP3 an album of the type "album n°...". compilation and press the MENU button. Select the letters one by one and select "OK"...

  • Page 258

    AUDIO/VIDEO LISTENING TO THE JUKEBOX RENAMING AN ALBUM Press the SOURCE button several times in succession and select the "Jukebox" function. Press the MENU button. Jukebox Select "Audio functions" and press the dial to confi rm. Press the LIST button. Select the "Jukebox"...

  • Page 259

    AUDIO/VIDEO Select "OK" and press the dial to confi rm. Select the album to be renamed and press the dial to confi rm. Select the "Rename" tab and press the dial to confi rm. Rename To rename the tracks of an album, follow the same procedure, selecting the tracks to be renamed.

  • Page 260

    AUDIO/VIDEO USING THE AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX) AUDIO (JACK/RCA) CABLE NOT SUPPLIED Press the MENU button then select the "Confi guration" function, then "Sounds", then "Activate auxiliary source" to activate the NaviDrive audio/telephone auxiliary input. Connect the portable device (MP3 player…) to the audio sockets (white and red, RCA type) located in the glovebox using a suitable audio cable...

  • Page 261

    AUDIO/VIDEO You can connect video equipment (camcorder, digital camera, DVD player...) VIDEO MENU to the three audio/video sockets, located in the glove box. Turn the dial and select the "Video After connecting the video equipment, parameters" function to set the display press the MENU button.

  • Page 262

    INTERNAL TELEPHONE INSTALLING YOUR SIM CARD ENTERING THE PIN CODE (NOT SUPPLIED) Enter the PIN code on the keypad. Open the holder by pressing the button using the tip of a pen. PIN code Install the SIM card in the holder and Confi...

  • Page 263

    BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE The services offered by the telephone depend on the network, the SIM CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth equipment used. Refer to your telephone's manual and your operator to check which services you have TELEPHONE access to.

  • Page 264

    07 BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE Once the telephone has been connected, the system can synchronise the address book and the call list. Repeat step 2 To change the authentication code, repeat step 2 then select then select "Phone book synchronisation mode". Select the "Authentication code"...

  • Page 265: Using The Telephone

    USING THE TELEPHONE To select the telephone used, press MENU, then select "Telematics", then "Bluetooth functions", then "Bluetooth activation mode". Then select: "Deactivated": to use the internal telephone, "Activated and visible": to use the Bluetooth telephone, visible to all telephones, CALLING A CONTACT "Activated and not visible": to use the Bluetooth telephone, not visible to other telephones, it is not possible to match a new telephone.

  • Page 266

    CONFIGURATION The "Confi guration" function gives access to the colour, brightness and SETTING THE DATE AND TIME units settings and to voice commands. This adjustment must be carried out whenever the battery has been disconnected. Press the dial to confi rm the selection. Press the MENU button.

  • Page 267

    09 SCREEN MENU MAP previous destinations around current place order/delete journey legs divert route MAIN FUNCTION chosen destination OPTION A NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE GUIDANCE OPTIONS option A1 defi ne calculation criteria SELECT DESTINATION option A2 fastest enter an address OPTION B... shortest country: distance/time...

  • Page 268

    09 SCREEN MENU MAP supermarkets, shopping stations, bus stations vehicle rental culture, tourism and shows lay-bys, car parks culture and museums MAP ORIENTATION service stations, garages casinos and nightlife vehicle direction DISPLAY MAP cinemas and theatres north direction full screen map tourism 3D view map in window...

  • Page 269

    09 SCREEN MENU MAP SELECT TMC STATION around the vehicle automatic TMC copy CD to Jukebox on the route manual TMC copy complete CD road information multiple selection list of TMC stations traffi c information current album road closure current track AUDIO FUNCTIONS size limit eject CD...

  • Page 270

    SCREEN MENU MAP jukebox confi guration CITROËN assistance send one record hi-fi (320 kbps) CITROËN service receive by infrared high (192 kbps) messages received exchange with SIM card DIRECTORY send all records to SIM normal (128 kbps) managing directory fi les send one record to SIM playlist management consult or modify a fi...

  • Page 271

    SCREEN MENU MAP automatic mode text message ring CONFIGURATION manual mode calls diversion to mailbox n° networks available delete calls log DISPLAY CONFIGURATION length of calls BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS choose colour reset activation mode adjust luminosity manage PIN code deactivated set date and time activate/deactivate activated and visible select units...

  • Page 272

    SCREEN MENU MAP Press the MENU button for more Press the Music button several times than 2 seconds to access the in succession to access the following following fl ow chart. settings. VIDEO VOICE COMMANDS LIST MUSICAL AMBIENCE ACTIVATE VIDEO MODE VIDEO PARAMETERS AUDIO/TELEPHONE BASS...

  • Page 273

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions. QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION There is a difference in For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, Treble, Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass, sound quality between Ambience, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound sources, Treble, Ambience, Loudness) are adapted to...

  • Page 274

    QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION The stored stations do An incorrect waveband is selected. Press the BAND AST button to return to the not function (no sound, waveband (AM, FM1, FM2, FMAST) on which the 87.5 Mhz is displayed...) stations are stored. The quality of reception The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station listened Activate the RDS function to enable the system...

  • Page 275

    ANSWER SOLUTION Does the emergency call Certain national regulations impose the presence of a SIM card in order Insert a valid SIM card in the slot on the system. function work without a to make an emergency call. SIM card? The altitude is not On starting, the initialisation of the GPS may take up to 3 minutes to Wait until the system has started up completely.

  • Page 276

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  • Page 277: Myway

    MyWay MULTIMEDIA AUDIO SYSTEM/BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR EUROPE BY SD CARD CONTENTS The MyWay is protected in such a way that it will only 01 First steps operate in your vehicle. 02 Steering mounted controls 03 General operation 04 Navigation - Guidance For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations 05 Traffic information...

  • Page 278

    Engine not running: Short press: on/off. Long press: audio settings: front/rear Selection dial for the fader, left/right balance, bass/treble, Long press: pause with CD screen display and musical ambience, loudness, automatic play, mute for radio. according to the menu. Access to the volume, reinitialise settings.

  • Page 279

    STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS 1. Volume increase. 1. Press. 1. Short press: provides access to the menu according to the display on the screen. 2. Volume decrease. Repeat the current spoken navigation instruction. 2. Successive presses: provides access 3. Successive presses mute/restore the sound. according to the current display on the 2.

  • Page 280

    03 GENERAL OPERATION Press the MODE button several times in succession for access to the following menus: RADIO / MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS FULL SCREEN MAP TELEPHONE (If a conversation is in progress) NAVIGATION (If guidance is in progress) TRIP COMPUTER SETUP: system language * , date and time * , display, TRAFFIC:...

  • Page 281

    DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT NAVIGATION (IF GUIDANCE IS IN TRIP COMPUTER: PROGRESS): A press on the OK dial gives access to short-cut menus according to the display Abort guidance Alert log on the screen. Repeat advice Status of functions Block road Route info TELEPHONE:...

  • Page 282

    03 GENERAL OPERATION DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS: RADIO: FULL SCREEN MAP: Traffi c info (TA) In FM mode Abort guidance / Resume guidance Play options Traffi c info (TA) Set destination Normal order POIs nearby Random track Radiotext Position info Repeat folder...

  • Page 283

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Insert the SD card in the front panel reader and leave it there to use the Navigation functions. SELECTING A DESTINATION The navigation SD card data must not be modifi ed. Map data updates are available from CITROËN dealers. Select the "Address input"...

  • Page 284

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Turn the dial and select OK. Then select "Start route guidance" Press the dial to confi rm. and the press the dial to confi rm. Start route guidance To speed up the process, the post code can be entered directly after selecting the "Postal code"...

  • Page 285: Home Address

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE SETTING AND NAVIGATING TO MY "HOME ADDRESS" To be set as the "Home address", an address must fi rst be Select your home address and confi rm. entered in the address book, for example from "Destination Then select "Edit entry" and confi rm. input"/"Address input"...

  • Page 286: Route Options

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE The route selected by the MyWay system depends directly on the route ROUTE OPTIONS options. Changing these options may change the route completely. Select the "Route dynamics" function. Press the NAV button. This function gives access to the "Traffi...

  • Page 287

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE Stopovers can be added to the route once the destination has been ADDING A STOPOVER selected. Enter a new address, for example. Press the NAV button. Address input Press the NAV button again or select Once the new address has been the Navigation Menu function and entered, select OK and press the dial press the dial to confi...

  • Page 288

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE SEARCHING FOR POINTS OF INTEREST The points of interest (POI) indicate all of the service locations in the (POI) vicinity (hotels, various businesses, airports...). Select the "POI in city" function to search for POIs in the city required. Press the NAV button.

  • Page 289

    This icon appears when several POIs are grouped 04 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE together in the same area. Zooming in on this icon shows details of the POIs. LIST OF PRINCIPAL POINTS OF INTEREST (POI) Service station Cinema Airport Theme parks LPG station Railway station Garage...

  • Page 290: Navigation Settings

    NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE To activate or deactivate vocal guidance, with guidance active and the map displayed in the screen, press the dial and then select or NAVIGATION SETTINGS deselect "Voice advice". Voice advice The adjustment of the volume for the Risk Areas POIs is used only during the transmission of an alert.

  • Page 291

    TRAFFIC INFORMATION TMC (Traffi c Message Channel) messages contain information on traffi c and weather conditions, received in real time and transmitted to the driver in the form of audible announcements and symbols on the navigation map. CONFIGURE THE FILTERING AND The navigation system can then suggest an alternative route to avoid a traffi...

  • Page 292

    TRAFFIC INFORMATION PRINCIPAL TMC SYMBOLS RECEIVING TA MESSAGES Black and blue triangle: general information, for example: the station transmits TA messages. the station does not transmit TA messages. TA messages are not activated. The TA (Traffi c Announcement) function gives priority to TA alert messages.

  • Page 293: Selecting A Station

    The external environment (hill, building, tunnel, underground car park...) RADIO may interfere with the reception, including in RDS following mode. This phenomenon is a normal result of the way in which radio waves are transmitted and does not in any way indicate a failure of the audio equipment. SELECTING A STATION RDS - REGIONAL MODE When the current radio station is...

  • Page 294

    07 MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS CD, MP3/WMA CD INFORMATION AND ADVICE The MyWay will only play audio fi les with the extension ".mp3" The MP3 format, an abbreviation of MPEG 1, 2 & 2.5 Audio Layer 3 with a speed of between 8 Kbps and 320 Kbps and the extension and the WMA format, an abbreviation of Windows Media Audio and ".wma"...

  • Page 295

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS SELECTING/PLAYING MUSIC CD, MP3/WMA CD Select the music source required: Press the MUSIC button. CD, MP3/WMA CD. Press the dial to confi rm. Play begins. Press the up or down button to select The list of tracks or MP3/WMA fi les appears under Music Menu. the next/previous folder.

  • Page 296

    MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS USING THE EXTERNAL INPUT (AUX) JACK/USB AUDIO CABLE NOT SUPPLIED Connect the portable device (MP3/ WMA player…) to the auxiliary JACK socket or to the USB port, using a suitable audio cable. Press the MUSIC button then press it again or select the Music Menu function and press the dial to confi...

  • Page 297

    BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE * The services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the PAIRING A TELEPHONE compatibility of the Bluetooth telephone used. Check the telephone manual and with your network provider for details of the services FIRST CONNECTION available to you.

  • Page 298

    BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE * The services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth telephone used. Check the telephone CONNECTING A TELEPHONE manual and with your network provider for details of the services available to you. For reasons of safety and because they require prolonged attention Once the telephone has been connected, MyWay can synchronise on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing the Bluetooth...

  • Page 299: Receiving A Call, Making A Call

    BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE RECEIVING A CALL MAKING A CALL Press the PHONE button. An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display on the multifunction screen. The list of the last 20 calls made and received in the vehicle appears under Phone Menu.

  • Page 300

    CONFIGURATION The SETUP function gives access to the following options: System SETTING THE DATE AND TIME language, Date & Time, Display (Brightness, Colour, Map colour), Vehicle, Units, System. These settings must be entered again if the battery has been disconnected. Select the "Date format"...

  • Page 301

    SCREEN MENU MAP Vocal Within 6 miles (10 km) MAIN FUNCTION Loudness Within 30 miles (50 km) OPTION A Within 60 miles (100 km) Speed dependent volume option A1 Reset sound settings option A2 OPTION B... "Music" Menu RADIO "Radio" Menu Select music Waveband Sound settings...

  • Page 302

    Classic Start route guidance Rearrange route Jazz Postal code Replace stopover Rock/Pop Save to address book Delete stopover Techno Intersection Recalculate Vocal City district Fast route Loudness Geo position Short route Speed dependent volume Optimized route Reset sound settings Navigate HOME POI search Choose from address book POI nearby...

  • Page 303

    Optimized route "Phone" Menu "SETUP" menu Route dynamics Traffi c independent System language * Semi-dynamic Dial from address book Deutsch Avoidance criteria Call lists English Avoid motorways Connect phone Español Avoid toll roads Search phone Français Avoid ferries Phones connected Italiano Recalculate Disconnect phone...

  • Page 304

    Display Units Brightness Temperature Celsius Colour Pop titanium Fahrenheit Toffee Metric/Imperial Blue steel Kilometres (Consumption: l/100) Technogrey Kilometres (Consumption: km/l) Dark blue Miles (Consumption: MPG) Map colour System Day mode for map Factory reset Software version Night mode for map Auto.

  • Page 305

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION There is a difference in For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, Treble, Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass, sound quality between Ambience, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound sources, Treble, Ambience, Loudness) are adapted to the different audio which may result in audible differences when changing source (radio,...

  • Page 306

    QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION The stored stations do An incorrect waveband is selected. Press the BAND AST button to return to the not function (no sound, waveband (AM, FM1, FM2, FMAST) on which the 87.5 Mhz is displayed...). stations are stored. The quality of reception The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station listened Activate the RDS function to enable the system...

  • Page 307

    QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION TA is selected. However, On starting, it is several minutes before the system begins to receive the Wait until the traffi c information is being received certain traffi c jams traffi c information. correctly (displaying of the traffi c information along the route are not symbols on the map).

  • Page 308

    QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION There is a long waiting When a new medium is inserted, the system reads a certain amount of This phenomenon is normal. time after inserting a CD. data (directory, title, artist, etc.). This may take a few seconds. I cannot connect my The telephone's Bluetooth function may be deactivated or the equipment Check that your telephone's Bluetooth...

  • Page 309: Audio System

    Audio System AUDIO SYSTEM/BLUETOOTH CONTENTS 01 First steps Your Audio system is coded in such a way that it will 02 Steering mounted controls only operate in your vehicle. 03 Main menu 04 Audio 05 USB Box 06 Bluetooth functions 07 Configuration 08 Screen menu map For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations...

  • Page 310

    FIRST STEPS 11 11 15 5 13 3 12 2 14 4 On/Off and volume adjustment. Display the list of local stations, the tracks on 12. Selection of lower/higher radio frequency. the CD or the MP3 folders. CD eject. Selection of previous/next CD. Abandon current operation.

  • Page 311

    STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS 1. Volume increase. If your vehicle is fi tted with the Bluetooth system: 1. Displays the main screen. 2. Volume decrease. 1. Press: activation of telephone voice 2. Selection of the type of information displayed recognition (if the telephone offers this on the right-hand side of the screen for the 3.

  • Page 312: Main Menu

    03 MAIN MENU TELEPHONE: Bluetooth hands-free, AUDIO FUNCTIONS : pairing, management radio, CD, USB, options. of a call. > MONOCHROME SCREEN C TRIP COMPUTER: PERSONALISATION- entering of distances, CONFIGURATION: alerts, status of functions. vehicle parameters, display, languages. > MONOCHROME SCREEN A For a detailed global view of the menus available, refer to the "Screen menu map"...

  • Page 313

    The external environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks, ...) AUDIO may block reception, including in RDS mode. This is a normal effect of the way in which radio waves are transmitted and does not indicate any failure of the audio system. RADIO SELECTING A STATION Press the SOURCE button several...

  • Page 314

    AUDIO RECEIVING TA MESSAGES PLAYING A CD The TA (Traffi c Announcement) function gives priority to TA alert Insert circular compact discs only. messages. To operate, this function needs good reception of a Some anti-pirating systems, on original discs or CDs copied using a radio station transmitting this type of message.

  • Page 315

    AUDIO MP3 CD MP3 CD PLAYING AN MP3 COMPILATION INFORMATION AND ADVICE Insert an MP3 compilation in the player. The MP3 format, an abbreviation of MPEG 1.2 & 2.5 Audio Layer 3, The audio equipment searches for all of the music tracks, which is an audio compression standard which permits the recording of may take anything between a few seconds and several tens of several tens of music fi...

  • Page 316

    USB BOX The list of compatible equipment and the compression rates supported q p p USING THE USB BOX are available from CITROËN dealers. CONNECTING A USB MEMORY STICK This unit consists of a USB port and an auxiliary Connect the memory stick to the port, directly or Jack socket * .

  • Page 317

    USB BOX USING THE USB PORT Press one of these buttons to gain Press and hold LIST to display the access to the previous/next track on different classifi cations. the classifi cation list currently being Select by Folder/Artist/Genre/Playlist, played. press OK to select the classifi cation Press and hold one of the buttons for required, then press OK again to confi...

  • Page 318

    USB BOX USING THE AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX) ADJUSTING THE VOLUME OF THE AUXILIARY SOURCE JACK socket or USB port (according to vehicle) The auxiliary input, JACK or USB, allows the connection of a portable device (MP3 player...). First adjust the volume of your portable device. Do not connect a device to both the JACK socket and the USB port at the same time.

  • Page 319

    The services offered depend on the network, the SIM card and the BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE compatibility of the Bluetooth equipment used. SCREEN C Consult your telephone's manual and your operator to fi nd out which (Available according to model and version) services are available to you.

  • Page 320

    BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS RECEIVING A CALL MAKING A CALL An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed From the Bluetooth telephone function Audio menu, select Manage display in the vehicle's screen. the telephone call then Call, Call list or Directory. Press this button for more than two seconds for Select the YES tab on the display access to your directory, then navigate with the...

  • Page 321: Bluetooth Audio Streaming

    BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS BLUETOOTH AUDIO STREAMING * Wireless transmission of the telephone's music fi les via the audio Activate the streaming source by equipment. The telephone must be able to manage the appropriate pressing the SOURCE button ** . Bluetooth profi les (Profi les A2DP/AVRCP). The tracks to be played can be controlled as usual via the buttons on the audio system control panel and...

  • Page 322

    CONFIGURATION SETTING THE DATE AND TIME SCREEN A Press the MENU button. Press to confi rm the selection. MENU Using the arrows, select DISPLAY Adjust the setting. CONFIGURATION. Press to confi rm the selection. Press to confi rm the selection. Start again from step 1 then set Using the arrows, select YEAR.

  • Page 323

    CONFIGURATION SETTING THE DATE AND TIME SCREEN C Press the MENU button. Press to confi rm the selection. MENU Using the arrows, select Using the arrows, select ADJUST PERSONALISATION DATE AND TIME. CONFIGURATION. Press to confi rm the selection. Press to confi rm the selection. Adjust the settings one by one Using the arrows, select DISPLAY confi...

  • Page 324

    08 SCREEN MENU MAP MONOCHROME A RADIO-CD OPTIONS RDS SEARCH DIAGNOSTICS REG MODE CONSULT MAIN FUNCTION CD REPEAT ABANDON OPTION A RANDOM PLAY OPTION A1 OPTION A2 VEHICLE CONFIG * OPTION B... REV WIPE ACT GUIDE LAMPS * The parameters vary according to vehicle. Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 325

    SCREEN MENU MAP DISPLAY ADJUST LANGUAGE UNITS YEAR FRANCAIS FUEL CONSUMPTION: KM/L - MONTH ITALIANO L/100 - MPG DATE NEDERLANDS HOUR PORTUGUES MINUTES PORTUGUES-BRASIL 12 H/24 H MODE DEUTSCH ENGLISH ESPANOL Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 326

    08 SCREEN MENU MAP MONOCHROME C Press the OK dial for access to short-cut menus according to the display on the screen: RADIO CD/MP3 CD activate/deactivate Intro activate/deactivate track repeat (of the activate/deactivate RDS current folder/artist/genre/playlist) activate/deactivate track repeat activate/deactivate REG mode (the entire current CD for CD, the entire current folder for MP3 CD) activate/deactivate radiotext...

  • Page 327

    SCREEN MENU MAP MONOCHROME C TRIP COMPUTER AUDIO FUNCTIONS Pressing the MENU button displays: ENTER DISTANCE TO DESTINATION FM BAND PREFERENCES Distance: x miles alternative frequencies (RDS) ALERT LOG activate/deactivate Diagnostic s regional mode (REG) STATUS OF THE FUNCTIONS * activate/deactivate Functions activated or deactivated radio-text information (RDTXT)

  • Page 328

    08 SCREEN MENU MAP PERSONALISATION-CONFIGURATION BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS * Bluetooth confi guration DISPLAY CONFIGURATION Connect/Disconnect a device video brightness adjustment Telephone function normal video Audio Streaming function inverse video Consult the paired device brightness (- +) adjustment Delete a paired device date and time adjustment Perform a Bluetooth search...

  • Page 329

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION There is a difference in For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, Treble, Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass, sound quality between Ambience, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound sources, Treble, Ambience, Loudness) are adapted to the different audio which may result in audible differences when changing source...

  • Page 330

    QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION The stored stations do An incorrect waveband is selected. Press the BAND AST button to return to the not function (no sound, waveband (AM, FM1, FM2, FMAST) on which 87.5 Mhz is displayed...). the stations are stored. The traffi...

  • Page 331: Video Pack

    VIDEO PACK DVD/AUDIO CD/MP3 PLAYER For reasons of safety, the driver should only carry out CONTENTS operations which require prolonged attention while the vehicle is stationary. The player is compatible with the following formats: 01 First steps DVD-R, DVD+R, DVD+RW, CD-R, CD-RW, VCD and SVCD.

  • Page 332

    FIRST STEPS INFRA-RED MONITORS AND DVD/CD PLAYER HEADPHONES The headphones are supplied with the video pack. The presence of an object between the infra- red cell on the monitor and the headphones may result in a reduction in the sound quality. The monitors are located in the tops of the front seats.

  • Page 333: Remote Control

    01 FIRST STEPS REMOTE CONTROL 18 8 17 7 1. Power On/Off, Eject. 12. Change chapter. 2. Selection of the source from With SHIFT: change title. DVD, audio CD and AUX. 13. Previous chapter. 3. Change screen. 14. Stop play. 4.

  • Page 334

    CONFIGURATION SETUP MENU VIDEO SETTINGS Press the SETUP button. The "Settings" menu appears on the screen. Press the SETUP button. Select the "Video settings" menu using the buttons. The "Settings" menu appears on the screen: "Video settings", "Languages", "Users", "Default The "Video settings"...

  • Page 335: Basic Functions

    BASIC FUNCTIONS SETTING UP THE MONITORS Pivot the monitor upwards until it is in contact with the upper part of the Release the table using the button seat. and tilt it down. A notch locks it in position. The monitor is not a touch screen. Do not press directly on the surface of the monitor, this may damage the LCD screen.

  • Page 336

    BASIC FUNCTIONS VIDEO PACK ON/OFF LOADING/EJECTING A DVD/CD To load a disc, insert it carefully, printed face uppermost, until it is fully inserted. To switch on the system, switch on the vehicle's ignition. Play begins automatically. Press the POWER/EJECT button on the DVD/CD player or on the remote control.

  • Page 337

    04 SCREEN MENU MAP SETTINGS LANGUAGES DEFAULT SETTINGS AUDIO ARE YOU SURE? VIDEO SETTINGS SUBTITLES SETTINGS BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST COLOUR BACK-LIGHTING USERS USER 1 USER 2 USER 3 Downloaded from www.Manualslib.com manuals search engine...

  • Page 338

    FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning the video pack. QUESTION SOLUTION The player does not start. Check the vehicle's fuses. The player does not react to pressing of the The remote control batteries are fl...

  • Page 339

    V I S U A L S E A R C H EXTERIOR Remote control key....... 78-83 opening/closing anti-theft protection guide-me-home lighting starting battery Very cold climate screen....210 Exterior lighting controls ........94-97 Accessories ......211-212 Headlamp adjustment......98 Panoramic sunroof ......

  • Page 340

    V I S U A L S E A R C H INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS Courtesy lamps........ 103 Sun visor.......... 105 Toll/parking ticket windows ....105 5-speed manual gearbox ....147 Child surveillance mirror ....105 Electronic gearbox Rear view mirror ........ 77 system ........

  • Page 341

    V I S U A L S E A R C H INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS (CONTINUED) Instrument panels ......31-32 Warning lamps ......33-41 Indicators ........42-43 Gear shift indicator ........148 Multifunction screens ....45-53 Screen A Mileage recorders ......44 Screen C Lighting dimmer .........

  • Page 342

    INTERIOR Rear fi ttings ......109-110 rear tables footwell storage Side blinds ........110 side blinds rear blind (Grand C4 Picasso) Seat belts........131-134 Boot fi ttings ........ 111-115 rear parcel shelf modubox (C4 Picasso) net and luggage cover (Grand C4 Picasso) Video pack ........

  • Page 343

    V I S U A L S E A R C H TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE Petrol engines........213 Petrol weights ........214 Diesel engines ......215-216 Diesel weights ......217-220 Petrol/Diesel weights, commercial versions ....221-222 Dimensions ....... 223-225 Identifi...

  • Page 344

    A L P H A B E T I C A L I N D E X ABS and EBFD systems..128 Automatic operation of hazard Centre console ....... 107 Accessories ......211 warning lamps ..... 126 Changing a bulb..190, 194, 195 Accessory socket, 12 V ..

  • Page 345

    A L P H A B E T I C A L I N D E X Date Electronic engine G.P.S..239, 242, 245, 247, 281 (setting)..264, 298, 320, 321 immobiliser ...... 80, 83 Gearbox, automatic ..156, 182 Daytime running Emergency boot release ..

  • Page 346

    A L P H A B E T I C A L I N D E X Inflating tyres ......29 Lighting, interior ..... 103, 196 Multifunction Inputs for audio Lighting bulbs screen....45, 47, 50, 52 system ..258, 294, 314, 316 (replacement) ..

  • Page 347

    A L P H A B E T I C A L I N D E X Port, Reversing lamp ....194, 195 Short-cut menus .... 279, 280 USB ..108, 253, 254, 314, 316 Rigid panel ....... 72 Sidelamps ...94, 96, 190, 192-195 Priming the fuel system ..

  • Page 348

    A L P H A B E T I C A L I N D E X Temperature adjustment ..58, 60 Vehicle identification ....226 Temperature control Ventilation ........ 56 for heated seats..... 68 Video........259 Temporary tyre repair kit ..183 Video menu ......

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  • Page 351

    This handbook describes all of the equipment Automobiles CITROËN declares, by application of the available in the whole range. provisions of the European regulation (Directive 2000/53) relating to End of Life Vehicles, that it achieves the Your vehicle will be fi tted with some of this equipment objectives set by this regulation and that recycled materials described in this document, depending on its trim are used in the manufacture of the products that it sells.

  • Page 352

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