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CITROËN C4
Handbook

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   Summary of Contents for CITROEN C4

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    CITROËN C4 Handbook...

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    ** Or 30 L, average quantity of fuel required to fill a tank at a petrol station. Result obtained using TOTAL ACTIVA/ QUARTZ INEO ECS oil instead of a traditional 15W-40 oil, on a CITROëN C4 1.6 HDi, whose average fuel con- sumption is 58.9 mpg (4.8 L/100 km), travelling 18 000 km (approx.

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    This handbook is compiled on the basis of all the equipment that is available (whether standard or optional) and of the technical specifications that were known at the time of going to print. The level of equipment on your vehicle depends on the model, the options chosen and the country where the vehicle is marketed.

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    GB. 08C4. 0031 Anglais...

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    We thank you for choosing to drive a new CITROËN and we congratulate you on your choice. Please read this handbook carefully before taking to the road. It contains essential information about driving your vehicle and operating its equipment, as well as other important advice to be rigorously followed. The handbook also contains all you need to know about the servicing and routine maintenance of your vehicle, thus assuring both your safety and the reliability of your new CITROËN.

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    FAMILIARISATION 4  22 III - COMFORT 41  56 V - VISIBILITY 65  72  Air distribution  Lighting control I - OPERATING CONTROLS 23  30  Ventilation/Ventilation  Headlamp adjustment  Automatic air conditioning  Direction indicators ...

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    XII - TECHNICAL VIII - SAFETY 84  96 X - MAINTENANCE 116  123 SPECIFCATIONS 151  162  Tyre pressure sensors  Bonnet release  Capacities  Braking assistance  Petrol engines  Weights systems (ABS)  Diesel engines ...

  • Page 8: Exterior

    EXTERIOR Visual and audible parking Directional headlamps assistance, front/rear This lighting function automatically im- This system warns you if an obstacle proves forward vision when cornering. is detected when manoeuvring the vehicle.  68  114 Lane departure warning system Guide-me-home lighting Above 50 mph, this system is activated automatically if you inadvertently wander...

  • Page 9: Remote Control View, Manual Central Locking View

    OPENING Remote control Manual central locking A. Unfolding/folding the key. Press once to lock the vehicle. Activating/deactivating guide-me-home lighting. B. Unlocking the vehicle. Press again to unlock the vehicle. C. Locking the vehicle. In addition... A long press on button C locks the vehicle and closes the windows.

  • Page 10: Opening

    OPENING Fuel tank Tailgate Spare wheel and tools Access to the spare wheel A. Opening the fuel fi ller fl ap. Unlock the vehicle with the remote control or the key. Lift the carpet, then remove the tool To open the fuel fi ller fl ap, pull at its Press up on the lever and lift the tailgate.

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    INTERIOR Translucent instrument panel Scented air freshener This system gives optimum contrast, The air freshener distributes scented whatever the external light level. air throughout the cabin. It is located in the centre air vent  23  48 Audio and communication Cruise control/Speed limiter systems These two systems allow the vehicle’s...

  • Page 12: Dashboard

    DASHBOARD Controls: • Mirrors. • Windows. • Child safety Headlamp adjustment. Controls: • ESP. • Parking assistance. • Lane departure warning system. • Anti-intrusion alarm. Steering lock and ignition switch. Controls: • Windscreen wiper. • Screen wash. • Rear screen wiper. •...

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    DASHBOARD Bonnet release. Fusebox cover. Storage drawer (left and right). Lateral air vent (left and right). Side window demister vent (left and right). Loudspeaker (Tweeter) (left and right). Passenger’s airbag. Control for central locking of doors and boot. Multifunction display. 10.

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    FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS STEERING WHEEL Controls for speed limiter Audio system and cruise control controls Warning lamps: lighting and direction indicators Function controls: - Display lighting rheostat Horn Multifunction display controls - Voice recognition - Air recirculation - Telephone - Personal button...

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    FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS STEERING WHEEL Controls for speed limiter and Audio system controls cruise control See "Audio" or your Navidrive instructions Activation of speed limiter and Deactivation/ Selection of speed Reactivation Search for Scrolling of limiter or cruise of cruise control and higher radio memorised control...

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    FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS STEERING WHEEL Validation of the function selected or the Starting voice value modified recognition Pick up/hang up (See "Audio" or (See "Audio" or your Navigation instructions) your Navidrive instructions) Display Air recirculation Access to "Main Scrolling in the lighting menu"* multifunction...

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    SITTING COMFORTABLY Front seats Manual adjustments Forwards-backwards Driver’s seat cushion height and angle Seat back angle and lumbar adjustment adjustment  50 Electrically operated adjustments (driver’s seat only) Forwards-backwards Seat cushion height and angle adjustment Seat back angle and lumbar adjustment ...

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    SITTING COMFORTABLY Adjustment of front head Manual adjustment of steering Front seat belt restraints wheel height and reach 1. Unlock the steering column using 1. Locking. Height and angle. the lever. 2. Adjust the position of the steering wheel for height and reach. ...

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    SITTING COMFORTABLY Adjustment of exterior rear view Adjustment of interior rear view mirror Electric windows mirrors A. Select the mirror. Driver’s window control. B. Adjust the mirror. Passenger’s window control. C. Fold-back/Unfolding. Left hand rear window control. Right hand rear window control. ...

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    VISIBILITY Lighting Screen wipe Ring A Rear screen wipe Lighting off. Off. Windscreen wipe Fast speed. Automatic lighting. Normal speed. Intermittent. Intermittent. Off. Sidelamps. AUTO Automatic wipe or single wipe. Timed wipe and wash. Dipped or main beam. Deactivation of automatic wipe Go to position I then return to position 0.

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    GOOD VENTILATION To obtain the best from the system, we advise: Heating or manual Air Conditioning I would like ... Air recirculation/ Air distribution Air flow Temperature Fresh air intake – HEATING COOLING DEMISTING DEFROSTING...

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    MONITORING Instrument panel Warning lamps Controls A. Deactivation of the ESP/ASR A. Speedometer. Ignition on, the orange and red alert system. warning lamps come on. B. Rev counter. With the engine running, these same C. Fuel gauge.  86 warning lamps should go out. D.

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    PASSENGER SAFETY Activation/Deactivation of the Warnings for seat belts Child safety front passenger’s airbag unfastened/not fastened Driver A. Insert the ignition key. A. Manual control. B. Select the "ON" or "OFF" position. B. Electric control. C. Remove the key. Front passenger. Left rear passenger.

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    DRIVING Ignition switch Cruise control Speed limiter Selecting/stopping the cruise Selecting/Stopping the speed control mode. limiter mode. Setting a cruising speed/Reducing Reducing the value memorised. the value memorised. Starting/Stopping speed limitation. Stopping/Resuming cruise control. Increasing the value memorised. Setting a cruising speed/ Increasing the value memorised.

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    DRIVING 6-speed Electronic Gearbox System Automatic mode Manual mode The gearbox operates in auto-active mode without input on your part. Using the lever Using the control paddles behind the steering wheel Push the lever forwards to change up. Press the "+" or "-" control paddle be- Pull the lever backwards to change hind the steering wheel for an immedi- Reverse...

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    DRIVING Hill start assist (6-speed Electronic Gearbox System) To aid starting on a gradient, your ve- hicle is equipped with a system that keeps it temporarily immobilised. On a rising gradient, with the vehicle, On a falling gradient, with the vehicle stationary, the vehicle is held for a brief stationary and reverse gear engaged, moment after releasing the brake ped-...

  • Page 27: Central Display Overview

    D a s h b o a r D InSTrumenT panel Central display on opening the driver’s door or rev counter Trip mileage recorder unlocking with the remote control, Cruise control or speed limiter Fuel gauge for approximately 30 seconds the settings Engine oil level check instrument panel is activated, dis-...

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    D a s h b o a r D WarnIng lampS alert warning lamps Imperative stop warning lamp When warning lamp comes on, it is imperative to stop the vehicle and switch off the engine. Contact a CITroËN dealer. Warning lamp for lighting and signalling lamps handbrake, brake Foglamps (rear)

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    D a s h b o a r D Driver’s seat belt not Doors open detection SerVICe warning fastened lamp This warning lamp, when the This lamp comes on if the engine is running, comes on If it comes on, this indi- driver's seat belt is not fas- if a door, the bonnet and/or cates a fault with one of...

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    D a s h b o a r D eSp/aSr warning lamp In "Foot-on-brake" starting To regenerate the filter, you are operation warning lamp for advised to drive, as soon as traf- (6 speed) electronic fic conditions permit, at a speed of When either the EsP or gearbox System 60 km/h (40 mph) or more for at...

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    D a s h b o a r D maInTenanCe InDICaTOr Operation Functioning if the distance to the next service is less than When the ignition is switched on 600 miles The maintenance indicator informs and for several seconds afterwards, you when the next service is due, in the maintenance spanner symbol Each time the ignition is switched...

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    D a s h b o a r D Functioning if the service interval maintenance intervals is exceeded If your vehicle is used in particularly Each time the ignition is switched harsh conditions, it is necessary to on, the maintenance symbol and the select the maintenance schedules extra mileage travelled (with a minus for "special operating conditions"...

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    D a s h b o a r D engIne OIl leVel DaSHBOarD lIgHTIng rHeOSTaT InDICaTOr When the ignition is switched on, the oil level indicator is displayed for se- veral seconds. This display indicates normal ope- rating. A flashing of "OIl" indicates an oil level that is below the minimum.

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    D a s h b o a r D DarK BuTTOn BlaCK panel (with headlamps on) The instrument panel continues to show vehicle speed as well as the cruise control and speed limiter functions if these are activated. If there is an alert or a modification of functions or adjustments, black panel is interrupted.

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y DIsPlAy A Controls: A - access to the "Main menu" B - scrolling in the display menus. C - Validation and selection in the menus of the function chosen or the value modified D - cancellation of the operation or...

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y Main menu To activate/deactivate rear screen wipe on engaging reverse By pressing control A then B, gear you have access to the following functions: - press on A.

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y To display the log of alerts To choose the language - press on A. - press on A. - using B, select the sub-menu for - using B, select the sub-menu for options.

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y DIsPlAy C Main menu press control A to display the "Main menu" for the multifunction screen. using this menu, you have access to the following functions: Radio-CD (see "Radio")

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y Personalisation To activate/deactivate automatic - using select driving Configuration guide-me-home lighting assistance. Confirm your choice with a press on C. - press on A.

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y To adjust the date and time To choose units - press on A. - press on A. - use select icon - use select...

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y NAVIDRIVE DIsPlAy Main menu press control A to display the "Main menu" for the multifunction screen. this menu gives access to the following functions (see "navidrive"...

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y TRIP COMPUTER to obtain display and selection of Display A Display C or NaviDrive the different types of information, the trip computer provides 5 types of 3 types of instantaneous information: give short presses on the end of the information, which can be accessed...

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y Display C or NaviDrive (continued) Enter the distance to be travelled - press A. The journeys - using B select the trip computer Journeys 1 and 2 are identical but icon, then validate by pressing C.

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    M u l t i f u n c t i o n d i s p l a y Display A Display C or NaviDrive (continued) Range this indicates the mileage that can still be travelled using the fuel remaining in the tank. When the distance remaining to be travelled is less than about 25 km (approx.

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    C O M F O R T VENTILATION Air circulation Optimal comfort is obtained by a good distribution of air in the front and the rear of the passenger com- partment. To ensure efficient operation, take care not to obstruct the air outlets located under the front seats.

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    C O M F O R T Air conditioning At any time of year, the air condition- Water arising from condensation in ing is useful for removing air humidity the air conditioning is allowed to drain and misting. out through an aperture provided for this purpose;...

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    C O M F O R T HEATING/VENTILATION 1 - Adjustment of the air 2 - Air recirculation distribution Demisting - Defrosting. This position is for exclud- disagreeable odours Flow to the windscreen or emissions coming from and front side windows. outside the cabin.

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    C O M F O R T 5 - Rear screen demisting 6 - Air conditioning Demisting-deicing of the windscreen and front side Can only be operated with the en- The air conditioning will only operate windows gine running. when the engine is running. One press on control 5 acti- Press on control 6.

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    C O M F O R T AUTOMATIC AIR 1 - Automatic operation 2 - Adjustment of temperature on left CONDITIONING hand side This is the normal operating mode. 3 - Adjustment of temperature on right hand side A press on this control, con- firmed by the display of "A/C"...

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    C O M F O R T Notes: 4 - Air conditioning 6 - Adjustment of the air distribution - When you enter the vehicle, the temperature inside vehicle To stop the air conditioning, Press the button successive- may be much colder (or warmer) press on the control 4.

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    C O M F O R T 7 - Air flow 8 - Demisting - deicing of the Demisting - deicing of the windscreen and front side rear screen Heater blower speed: press button: windows When this function is work- While it is operating, the ing, the warning lamp comes warning lamp lights and the...

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    C O M F O R T SCENTED AIR FRESHENER The scented air freshener is located To remove the cartridge, take the To remove the cartridge, take the cap A off the new cartridge that you cap A from your new cartridge and to the right of the central air vent.

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    C O M F O R T FRONT SEATS...

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    C O M F O R T Manual adjustments Head restraint Lumbar support Backrest angle To raise, pull upwards. To lower, Turn the control to adjust the seat to Use the control A to adjust the back- press on the unlocking button and the desired position.

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    C O M F O R T Raise or lower the front of control 1 to make the Œ front of the seat cushion higher or lower. Raise or lower the rear of control 1 to make the Œ seat higher or lower. Electrically operated adjustments Heated seats Œ...

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    C O M F O R T Memorisation using the buttons Recall of a memorised driving position To memorise, using the buttons lo- cated on the side of the seat: Vehicle stopped (ignition on or en- gine running) - turn the ignition key to the drive position, - Press briefly...

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    C O M F O R T REAR SEATS Rear head restraints The rear head restraints have two positions: - A low stowed position when the seat is not occupied. - A raised position to optimise the Folding the seat cushion Rear armrest safety of the passenger, by raising - raise the front of the seat cushion,...

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    C O M F O R T Removing the seat base Folding the backrest To improve seating versatility, the Stow the head restraints. When you are handling the rear seats, avoid trapping the seat belts rear seats are removable. Press on control A located on the and make sure that the belt buckles Detach one of the linkages from its extremity of the backrest and tilt fully...

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    C O M F O R T DOOR MIRRORS Fold-back of door mirrors Automatic tilting of mirrors when reversing When the vehicle is parked, the door mirrors can be folded back either Ths function automatically gives you manually or electrically. a view of the ground while reversing the vehicle.

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    C O M F O R T INTERIOR REAR VIEW MIRROR STEERING COLUMN ADJUSTMENT Automatic photochromic interior rear view mirror Manual interior mirror Both the height and reach of the This provides an automatic and pro- steering wheel can be adjusted. The lever on the lower edge enables gressive changing between day use you to place the rear view mirror in...

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    A C C E S S KEYS Central locking using the key If the key is not recognised, starting is not possible. A brief action with the key locks the vehicle. If this occurs, leave your vehicle immobilised and contact a CITROËN Central deadlocking using dealer.

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    A C C E S S REmOTE CONTROl Central locking, closing Note: The simultaneous use of other windows, deadlocking high frequency equipment (mobile telephones, domestic alarms...) may - A short press on button A locks momentarily hinder the operation of your vehicle.

  • Page 63: Locating Of Vehicle, Folding/ejection Of Key

    A C C E S S Guide-me-home lighting Take care not to place the remote control in contact with grease or A press on button C operates the dust, or leave it in the rain or in a damp environment. guide-me-home lighting (illumination A hard object also on the key ring, pressing on the key while it is in of the sidelamps and dipped beams...

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    A C C E S S ANTI-INTRUSION AlARm Arming the alarm using the remote control Switch off the ignition and leave the vehicle. Ensure that all doors and the boot are closed. Lock the vehicle using button A on the remote control. When the alarm is armed, the protections become active within The installation also includes a siren...

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    A C C E S S Disarming the alarm using the Deactivation of volumetric Automatic activation remote control detection (depending on country) The alarm is disarmed when you The alarm is able to operate with alarm arms automatically unlock the vehicle (by pressing only perimeter protection if you 2 minutes after the boot or the last button B on the remote control).

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    A C C E S S WINDOWS Sequential electric window Anti-pinch device controls anti-pinch device stops There are two operating modes: window from rising. If it meets an obstacle, it goes back down. manual mode After a battery disconnection or Press or pull the control switch, in the event of a malfunction, you without going beyond the point of...

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    A C C E S S DOORS Electric child safety Note: Control B is inactive if the vehicle has been locked with the remote control or with the key. This allows from the front, deactivation of the opening Personal security of the rear doors and the When the vehicle is started, the use of the rear windows.

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    A C C E S S manual operation TAIlGATE Closing the tailgate (emergency mode) Lower the tailgate, using the 2 hand- In the event of an electrical fault, it is hold zones located on the tailgate Opening from the outside possible to lock the vehicle’s doors interior trim.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y LIGHTING CONTROLS They go out as soon as the light Guide-me-home lighting is once again sufficient or approx. This function leaves the headlamps 5 minutes after the wipers have on temporarily to assist your exit in stopped.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y For a vehicle equipped with front and rear foglamps: - 1st notch forwards: switches on front foglamps. - 2nd notch forwards: switches on rear foglamps. - 1st notch rearwards: switches off rear foglamps.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y SIGNALLING Emergency lighting of hazard warning lamps Sudden vehicle deceleration auto- matically causes the hazard warning lamps to activate. These cease automatically when you reaccelerate or manually if you press the hazard warning lamps control on the dashboard.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y DIRECTIONAL HEADLAMPS This function is associated with headlamps that have Xenon bulbs. Whether on dipped beam or main beam, your headlamps follow the di- rection of the road ahead. Lighting quality when driving round bends is considerably improved.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y SCREEN WIPE Automatic wiping Position I: The timing of the inter- mittent wipe adjusts automatically to AUTO position: press downwards to the speed of the vehicle. activate automatic wiping. Position 1 or 2: when stationary, the Press downwards: Automatic wipe windscreen wiper speed automati- activated.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y B - Rear screen wiper Changing the wiper blades The wipers should be stopped in the maintenance position (during re- To deactivate. placement). Switch off the ignition and action the wipe stalk within one minute.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y INTERIOR LIGHTING 2 - Front and rear interior lamps Welcome lighting Automatic lighting of interior In this position, the interior lamps lamp comes on when you open a door or the boot. - When you enter the vehicle: They come on immediately you unlock the vehicle or open a door.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Glovebox lighting Boot lighting Sill lighting Comes on automatically when the Operates automatically on opening These light up automatically with the cover is opened. the tailgate. interior lamps. Do not forget to close it again. Does not work with the ignition off.

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    I N T E R I O R C O M F O R T INTERIOR COMFORT Storage drawers Floor mats To open: press at the centre of the If removing the mat on the driver’s Glovebox drawer. side: To open, pull the handle and lower - slide the seat as far as possible To retrieve an object, lift the drawer the lid.

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    I N T E R I O R C O M F O R T Storage pockets in the front doors and rear panels Oddments tray on front central console Storage pockets...

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    I N T E R I O R C O M F O R T Sun visors Glasses-holder Carrier bag hook Fold visors down to avoid dazzle - Press at the bottom to deploy the from ahead. hook. Toll payment/Parking windows They can be disengaged from their - Press at the top to stow the hook.

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    I N T E R I O R C O M F O R T Cigar lighter Ashtray Panoramic roof Operates when the ignition is on. To open it, lift the flap. The roof has two opaque blinds positioned at the front and rear. Push in and wait a few moments. To empty the ashtray, lift at the rear cigar lighter...

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    I N T E R I O R C O M F O R T BOOT Luggage securing rings Removing the rear shelf Removing the rear shelf (3- door model) (5- door model) Use the 2 side fixings at the rear, as well as the 6 anchoring rings on the - Detach the cords. - Detach the cords.

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    C H I L D S A F E T Y When children are in the car Regulations for the carriage • Children must under pretext be carried on the knees of children in the front For maximum safety, consult the of a passenger (risk of being passenger seat position relevant authority in your country to...

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    C H I L D S A F E T Y CITROËN offers you a complete range of child seats that can be secured by means of the vehicle seat belt. These child seats have been tested on vehicles in colli- sion conditions and they guarantee maximum safety for your children.

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    C H I L D S A F E T Y CHILD SEATS secured by means Weight of child of the vehicle seat belt In accordance with European Reg- Seat(s) Up to 10 kg 9 - 18 kg 15 - 25 kg 22 - 36 kg ulations, the table tells you to what Up to 13 kg...

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    C H I L D S A F E T Y Some ISOFIX child seats also have a top belt, which is for attaching on the ISOFIX "top" ring c. To attach the top belt, raise the head restraint of the vehicle seat, then pass the buckle between the two supports.

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    C H I L D S A F E T Y The ISOFIX child seat recommended for your vehicle is: ISOFIX RÖMER Duo: It is sold by the CITROËN net- work. This seat has an upper strap, which must be attached to the ISOFIX "upper tether".

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    C H I L D S A F E T Y LOCKING REAR DOORS Manual operation Electric operation Rear doors are locked by operat- The electrical safety is activated ing the lever on the rear face of the by pressing the control located to door in question.

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    S A F E T Y TYRE PRESSURE SENSORS Change the damaged wheel (whether This system does not absolve the punctured or substantially deflated), driver of the need to check the tyre have the tyre repaired as soon as pressures on a regular basis (see This function alerts you in the event of possible, then check the tyre pressure "Identification"), to ensure that the...

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    S A F E T Y BRAKES Braking system Emergency braking assistance Your vehicle’s most important safety This system enables you in an If the warning lamp stays on, this feature, the braking system, is pro- emergency to achieve the optimum means that the ABS has been dis- vided by brake discs (or discs and braking pressure, thus to reduce the...

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    S A F E T Y ELECTRONIC STABILITY Deactivation PROGRAMMES In exceptional conditions (vehicle stuck in snow, soft ground, etc.) it Electronic Stability Programme may prove useful to deactivate the (ESP) and Traction Control (ASR) ESP/ASR system to allow the wheels These systems are closely con- to spin and thus regain traction.

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    S A F E T Y SEAT BELTS safety measure, these operations should only be done at standstill. Seat belt height adjustment  Holding the seat belt  (5-door model) (3-door model) The correct positioning for the seat Raise then lock partA, to retain the belt anchorage is mid-shoulder seat belt buckle when it is unfas- height.

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    S A F E T Y Legislation makes it compulsory for Seat belts and pyro- all the vehicle's occupants to wear technic pretensioner seat belts, including pregnant women systems and however short the journey. Inside the cabin, the seat belt is the They must be replaced following most important protection for pas- a deployment, preferably by a...

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    S A F E T Y Unfastening Press the red button on the buckle to unfasten the belt. The belt retracts automatically when not in use. Recommendations To be effective, a seat belt: • Must be able to restrain a single person of adult size.

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    S A F E T Y AIRBAGS Your vehicle may have: According to the degree of serious- Replacement of the pyro- ness of impacts, it determines: technic systems associa- • A driver’s airbag located in the • Whether the seat belt is sufficient ted with the airbags steering wheel, under the central to protect you (Slight impact).

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    S A F E T Y Examples of impact detection zones Area of side impact Areaof frontal impact Area of side impact Front airbags and knees airbags Side airbags and curtain airbags For these airbags to deploy, it Deployment of these airbags requires VIII requires a violent frontal impact a violent lateral impact applied on all...

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    S A F E T Y To reactivate the front  passenger’s airbag Don’t forget to reactivate the airbag function for a passenger or a forward facing child seat. To do that, with ignition switched off: - Insert and turn the key to the "ON" position, the airbag is activated.

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    S A F E T Y The wearing of seat belts Fit only seat covers that are approved Even observing all the advised pre- is compulsory for all vehi- by CITROËN. cautions, the risk of injury or slight cle occupants. Inside the burning to the head, chest or arms Do not put your feet on the dash- cabin, the seat belt is the...

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    S A F E T Y SAFETY ADVICE Workinsafety Any operation under the bonnet Puncture necessitates a number of safety pre- Switch on your hazard warning The first rule of safety is to choose a cautions. lamps and get all passengers away suitable environment.

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    S A F E T Y Radiator Fuel cut-off switch At all times: In normal usage, the coolant tempe- Your vehicle is equipped with a rature reaches or exceeds 100 °C. safety device which cuts off the fuel Never remove the cap of a radia- supply in the event of a collision.

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    S A F E T Y LANE DEPARTURE Operation WARNING SYSTEM Provided you are travelling at over The effectiveness of the system may 80 km/h (approx. 50 mph), if you be temporarily affected by conditions cross a lane marking, you are alerted external to the vehicle: by a vibration within the cushion of •...

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    D R I V I N G HANDBRAKE To release the handbrake, press on Before leaving the vehicle, make the end of the lever, pull the lever up sure that the parking brake is suffi- then lower it fully. ciently applied to prevent the vehicle from moving if on a slope, or if acci- dentally or deliberately pushed.

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    D R I V I N G STARTING Manual gearbox (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox Automatic gearbox System - Ensure that the gear lever is in - Check that you are in position P or N. the neutral position. - Check that you are in position N. - Do not touch the accelerator.

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    D R I V I N G MANUAL GEARBOX 5 speed gearbox 6 speed gearbox Reverse gear Reverse gear Lift the collar A to engage reverse Do not select reverse gear until the vehicle is completely stationary. gear. Depress the clutch pedal and wait a Do not select reverse gear until the few moments before gently engaging vehicle is completely stationary.

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    D R I V I N G 6-SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX 6-speed electronic gearbox A manual mode with two methods offers a choice of two driving modes: of operation: Display in the instrument panel N. Neutral R. Reverse An automated mode with the gear - the gear lever in position M, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6.

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    D R I V I N G Neutral If the vehicle is moving, do Automatic mode not select this position, even momentarily. Manual mode Reverse gear - Push the lever to change to a Only engage reverse gear higher gear. when the vehicle is stationary.

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    D R I V I N G If the lever is not in position N, the Stopping the engine warning lamp "N" flashes on the rev Before switching the engine off, you counter. can choose: If the brake pedal is not pressed - to leave the vehicle in neutral;...

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    D R I V I N G Automated mode Instant manual mode Cancellation of automatic mode Move the gear lever from position A Place selection lever Even in automatic mode, if you position A. touch the controls under the steering to select a different position.

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    D R I V I N G Observations: When the vehicle is braking or reducing speed, gearbox changes down automatically to a suitable gear. In manual mode, it is not necessary to release the accelerator during changes of gear. Changes of gear are accepted only if consistent with engine speed.

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    D R I V I N G HILL START ASSIST (with 6-speed electronic gearbox system) To aid starting on a gradient, your vehicle is equipped with a system that keeps it temporarily immobilised. It keeps the brakes applied for a brief moment, precisely the time taken for moving your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal.

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    D R I V I N G AUTOMATIC GEARBOX Gear lever position The position of the gear selector is displayed in the instrument panel. Starting the engine The engine can be started only in position P or N. The automatic gearbox offers: A safety device ensures that starting D: operation in auto-active automatic is impossible in the other positions.

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    D R I V I N G Drive The gearbox always selects the gear best adapted to the following parameters: - style of driving, - route profile, - vehicle load. In this way the gearbox operates in autoadaptive mode, without the need for your intervention.

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    D R I V I N G Operation in Sport or Snow automatic mode Select the driving mode: - Normal, for regular use, the warning lamps S and  are not illuminated. - Sport, for more responsive driving, to provide maximum performance and acceleration.

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    D R I V I N G - Never select position N Park if the vehicle is moving. - Never select positions P or R if the vehicle is not Do not engage until the vehicle is completely stationary. completely stationary. If, while the vehicle is moving, To avoid any movement of the position N is engaged inadvertently,...

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    D R I V I N G CRUISE CONTROL Note: Accelerate to the desired speed, successive then press button 2 or button 4. The presses to modify the cruise speed cruise speed will then be memorised in steps of 1 mph and a continuous and displayed in zone A on the press to jump in steps of 5 mph.

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    D R I V I N G In the event of a malfunction, a message is displayed, accompanied by a sound signal and lighting of the SERVICE warning lamp. Consult your CITROËN dealer. Cruise control must only be used where road Deactivation of cruise control Reactivation of cruise control conditions permit driving...

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    D R I V I N G SPEED LIMITER To adjust the maximum speed Activation of the maximum speed Provided the engine is running, you When the desired maximum speed is displayed, press button 3 to activate can adjust the memorised maximum speed, with short or long presses the limitation.

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    D R I V I N G Note: if during speed limitation, the A floor mat not recom- system cannot keep to the maximum mended by CITROËN speed (especially on a steep descent risks sliding under the or if you accelerate too hard) the accelerator pedal, thus speed flashes.

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    D R I V I N G VISUAL AND AUDIBLE Activation/Deactivation FRONT AND REAR PARKING activate/deactivate ASSISTANCE parking assistance with a press on control 1. If the parking assistance is inactive, the warning lamp is on. Activation or deactivation of the parking assistance is memorised when you stop the vehicle.

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    D R I V I N G Operation: Note When selecting reverse - When you engage reverse gear, - The proximity sensors cannot detect gear, a short audible sig- a sound signal informs you that the obstacles situated immediately nal followed by another system is active.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E BONNET RELEASE Move the lever A, located above the Bonnet stay: detach the stay and This should only be operated if grille, to the right of the chevrons, pivot to introduce it into the notch 1, the vehicle is stationary.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E PETROL ENGINES They give access for checking the levels of the various fluids and the replacement of certain items. Power steering reservoir. Brake fluid reservoir. Engine oil dipstick. Screen and headlamp wash Battery.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E DIESEL ENGINES They give access for checking the levels of the various fluids, the replacement of certain items and priming the fuel system. Power steering reservoir. Brake fluid reservoir. Topping up engine oil.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E LEVELS Engine oil Brake fluid Check the oil level with the fluid level must Air filter vehicle parked level situated within the MAX and ground, after the engine MIN marks visible on the Follow the recommendations in the has been switched off for at least reservoir.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E LEVELS Topping up the cooling system coolant level should be between the MAX and MIN marks on the header tank. Top up the level. If you have to add more than 1 litre, you should have the cooling system checked by CITROËN.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E Brake fluid The synthetic fluid not only gives protection against corrosion but also ensures correct functioning of the braking system in all environmental conditions, therefore you should only synthetic product recommended by the CITROËN network.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E Wear of brake discs, brake DIESEL INJECTION pads and brake drums EQUIPMENT The rate of wear of the brake pads depends on the use of your vehicle (urban use, frequent stops), and on your style of driving or the type of journey.

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    M A I N T E N A N C E PRIMING THE DIESEL FUEL SYSTEM In the event of running out of fuel: - After filling (5 litres minimum), op- erate the manual priming pump until some resistance is felt. - Operate the starter motor while depressing the accelerator pedal slightly until the engine starts.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E FUEL For petrol engines with catalytic BioFlex converter,useofunleadedfuelis Your vehicle has been designed to obligatory operate equally on unleaded pet- The filler neck has a narrower orifice rol (95 or 98) or on bioethanol (in to admit only petrol filler nozzles.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E CHANGINGAWHEEL Dimensionofthesparewheel If your spare wheel is of a different dimension to those on the vehicle (identified by a label), it is essential to use it only on a temporary basis, to drive not above 80 km/h (50 mph) and to have the original wheel refit- ted as soon as possible.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Tools Removingthewheel Repositioningthewheel The tools are located in a protective - Undo the yellow central screw by a - Refit the wheel in place. holder in the spare wheel, remove quarter turn.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Removal Refitting 1- Park the vehicle on stable, firm 4- Position the jack under the 1- Position the wheel with the aid of ground. Apply the handbrake. bodyshell, exactly as in the the centring guide.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Under-inflated tyres Inspect the tyres regularly for wear overheat, leading to struc- and damage such as cuts, cracks or tural damage and the risk of bulges, etc.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E REPLACINGBULBS The halogen bulbs should not be changed until they have been off for a few minutes (risk of serious burns). Do not touch the new bulb directly with your fingers;...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Mainbeam Headlampdippedbeam Pull the rubber stops. Pull the rubber stops. Disconnect the bulb. Disconnect the bulb. Disengage the ends of the retaining Disengage the ends of the retaining spring to release it.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Frontlamps Frontlamps,directional Directionindicatorsiderepeaters headlamps intherearviewmirrors To change the side repeater bulb, Frontdirectionindicator Sidelamp press firmly in the area indicated by Rotate the bulb-holderA by a quarter Disconnect the connector by press- the arrow, then pull on the side re- turn and pull.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Interiorlamp Bootlighting Gloveboxlighting Unclip the transparent cover of the Unclip the lens unit to access the Unclip the lens unit to access the interior lamp to reach the bulb. bulb.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E REARLAMPS Thirdstoplamp (5-doormodel) Consult your CITROËN dealer. Identify the failed bulb. Bulbs: Œ  Sidelamp: W 5.   Stoplampsandsidelamps: P21/5. Ž  Directionindicator: Removal PY 21 W.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E REARLAMPS Removal Thirdstoplamp (3-doormodel) To have access to the nut B, detach Consult your CITROËN dealer. the boot rear trim by removing the Identify the failed bulb. pins.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Rearnumberplatelamp Foglamp Reversinglamp(5-doormodel) - Insert a thin screwdriver into one Rotate the bulb-holder a quarter turn. Rotate the bulb-holder a quarter turn. of the holes on the outside of the Bulb: P21 Bulb: P21 plastic cover.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E REPLACINGAFUSE Good Faulty Fusebox There are two fuse boxes, one be- low the dashboard and one under the bonnet. Fusesunderthedashboard To access the fuses below the dash- Fusesunder board, pull back the access cover, ToolA...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E FUSESUNDERTHEDASHBOARD FuseN° Rating Functions 15A Central locking 30A Central locking - Deadlocking Airbags and pretensioners Diagnostic socket - Brake switch - Photochromic rear view mirror - ESP - Coolant level 10A sensor - Diesel fuel additive system - Power steering Clutch pedal switch (ESP, cruise control and speed limiter)

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Fusebox FuseN° Rating Functions 30A Hi Fi amplifier 30A Driver’s electric seat 20A Heated seats...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E FUSESUNDERTHEBONNET FuseN° Rating Functions 20A ECU engine management - Cooling fan 15A Horn 10A Windscreen and rear screen wash 20A Headlamp washer Fusebox To access the engine compartment 15A Fuel pump fusebox, detach and remove the...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E FUSESUNDERTHEBONNET FuseN° Rating Functions Engine electrovalve - Water-in-diesel-fuel sensor - ECU engine management - Injectors - 30A Ignition coil - Oxygen sensor - Canister purge electrovalve (1.4 16V and 1.6 16V engines) 40A Air blower - Air conditioning 30A...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E FUSESUNDERTHEBATTERY FusibleN° Intensité Fonctions Not used 30A Gearbox (electronic or automatic) Not used Not used 80A Power steering electro-pump unit 70A Heater unit (Diesel) 100A Switching and protection unit Not used 30A...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E BATTERY Precautions If a metal object makes • Ensure that the posts and termi- a contact between the Removal nals are clean. two battery terminals or between the battery + •...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Accesstothebattery Advice The battery is located in the engine compartment. Replace it with a battery of the same type (voltage, amp rating). For access to it: Do not touch the cable clamps during - open the bonnet using the interior the procedure.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Afterdisconnection Economymode After the battery has been discon- In order not to discharge the bat- nected for a long period, it may be tery when the engine is stopped, necessary to re-initialise the follo- your vehicle goes automatically into wing functions:...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E TOWING Towingavehicle Removabletowingring If you are towing another vehicle, the The towing ring is detachable and Towing(boat,caravan,etc.) latter should be out of gear (gearbox can be fitted either at the front or at Before departure: in neutral).

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E Towingwithallwheelsontheground If the engine is not Towing ring fixings are placed at the front and at the rear of the vehicle. running,thesteeringand  braking systems will To access them: notbepower-assisted.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E TOWBAR We recommend you to have this device fitted by a CITROËN Dealer, who will be acquainted with your ve- hicle’s towing capability and with the procedures necessary for installing a safety item of this kind.

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E COLDWEATHERSCREEN"SNOWGUARD" The screen supplied with the vehicle (depending on country) should be fitted during the winter period. It is essential to remove it when temperatures are above 10 degrees Celsius. Don’tforgettoremovethecoldweatherscreen: -whentheambienttemperatureisabove10°C, -whentowing,...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E ACCESSORIES "Personalisation": seat covers, 15 and 17 inch light alloy wheel rims, wheel embellishers, standard mud- flaps, style mudflaps, door deflec- tors, door aperture protectors, alu- minium interior trim kit, door handle protectors...

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    P R A C T I C A L A D V I C E C4ENTERPRISE Roofbarsandroofboxes The design of your vehicle is such that for your safety and to avoid damaging the roof and tailgate you should use roof bars and roof boxes that have been tested and approved by AUTOMOBILES CITROËN.

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S CAPACITIES ENGINE TABLES LEGEND BVM: Manual gearbox. Engine type Engine oil capacity in litres BVMP: (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox System.

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S WEIGHTS - PETROL 5-door model 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V manual 1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V Engine type...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S WEIGHTS - PETROL 3-door model 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V manual 1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V Engine type 120 ch...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S WEIGHTS - DIESEL 5-door model HDi 90 HDi 90 HDi 135 HDi 140 HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 110 Engine type FAP BVM...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S WEIGHTS - DIESEL 3-door model HDi 90 HDi 90 HDi 135 HDi 140 HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 110 Engine type FAP BVM...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S GENERAL: C4 ENTERPRISE* 3-door model 5-door model HDi 90 HDi 110 HDi 90 HDi 90 HDi 110...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S FUEL CONSUMPTION 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V manual Engine type 1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 120 ch 150 ch 140 ch BioFlex...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S FUEL CONSUMPTION HDi 135 HDi 140 Engine type HDi 90 HDi 90 FAP HDi 110 HDi 110 FAP Saloon BVMP Recommended fuel...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S DIESEL FUEL CONSUMPTION with "Michelin Energy Saver" tyres (15 and 16 inch wheels) Engine type HDi 90 HDi 110 Saloon BVMP...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S DIMENSIONS (in metres) 3-door 5-door model model 2.608 4.288 4.275 0.950 0.730 0.717 1.502/1.510 1.497/1.505 1.769 1.773 1.456/1.496 1.964...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S DIMENSIONS (in metres) 3-door model 5-door model 0.903/1.067 0.862/1.044 0.513/0.518 0.492/0.515 0.794 0.794 1.034 1.034 0.791 0.791 1.385 1.385 0.725...

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    T E C H N I C A L S P E C I F I C A T I O N S VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION A Chassis number label 1: EU type approval number. 2: Vehicle Identification N°. (VIN). 3: Gross vehicle weight. 4: Gross train weight.

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    A U D I O RADIO - RDS - CD XIII...

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    A U D I O ButtOn COntROlS On/Off. Button for validation and activation/deactivation of Volume adjust. certain functions. If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system: Answer ® CD eject. call, end call. CD aperture. Radio source: Manual search of lower frequencies. One press: Selection of sound source (Radio, CD, CD/MP3 changer source: Selection of the next CD/ SOuRCE...

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    A U D I O COntROlS At tHE StEERInG wHEEl The controls at the steering wheel give you access to certain functions, without you needing to use the radio-CD control panel. VOl + Volume increase Selection of type of information displayed on the right MODE Radio source: of the screen and, for screen A, choice of activation/...

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    A U D I O AuDIO SEttInGS Selection of source Sound adjustments Each press on button F brings up the To select either Radio, CD (CD already inserted and Radio source parameter to be adjusted: choice of On/Off activated), or CD changer source, predefined sound ambiances, bass, With the key in Drive position M, press on control D.

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    A U D I O RADIO SOuRCE Manual search Automatic search Manual seearch is via buttons J A short press on one of the buttons notes on radio reception or M. K or n will tune into higher or lower Your radio will be subject to certain radio stations respectively, within By keeping button J or M pressed,...

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    A U D I O Manual pre-setting Automatic memorisation of Recall of pre-set stations transmitters (Autostore function) Press button E briefly to select the Select the waveband and memory bank required using button E. In FM, if you hold down button E required waveband and memory for more than two seconds, your bank.

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    A U D I O RDS SYtEM Activation/deactivation of to activate/deactivate the RDS the RDS functions functions on the display A: using the RDS (radio data The RDS functions can be accessed Press button O. system) function on FM via the following two menus: Select the AUDIO-CD icon via The majority of FM radio stations - Main menu (press button O).

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    A U D I O Regional search mode While messages being Selecting a programme type broadcast the original source is Some stations, when they Certain stations offer the possibility paused and when the messages have organised in networks, broadcast of listening to a particular programme ended your radio will automatically regional programmes at certain times type, selected from a list (PTY).

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    A U D I O CD SOuRCE Fast forward and rewind with Safety precautions accelerated sound For safety, do not use a CD player if Selecting CD source To move swiftly through the CD, the cabin temperature is higher than After inserting a CD, with the printed press and keep pressed button K +60 °C or lower than -10°...

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    A U D I O MP3 CD player to select a track Menu Your Audio CD system may be MP3 To display the list of CD-covers, This menu activation/ compatible. press on button G. deactivation of three options: As you insert a CD recorded in MP3 Use buttons J or M to select the CD- - Playback of the first 7 seconds format, playback starts of the first...

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    A U D I O CD CHAnGER SOuRCE Removing discs Fast forward and rewind with accelerated sound To remove a CD, give a long press CD Changer on the corresponding button. Press and keep pressed one of the This unit (if fitted) is located under buttons K or n respectively for fast Play starts with the first track on the the front centre armrest and can...

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    "C4" displays on your telephone. telephones, to be able then to recognised. connect whichever one you choose. You should then select "C4" on your note: telephone controls. Next you must The Bluetooth® functions available Disconnections may occur. You may...

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    A U D I O Main Menu Remarks: Configuration control O Press Menu - The directory displayed updates This menu allows you to: to access the Main Menu, then itself automatically. - Deleting a twinning. select the "telephone" icon via - If the person to be called does not Using J, M or 8, select this choice buttons J, M or 8 and then validate...

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    A U D I O Swapping a call Voice recognition Displays A short press on button 12 starts Press the "MODE" button to display During a telephone conversation, the system is able to tell you of a voice recognition for the telephone. telephone information in the right second call incoming.

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    A U D I O JBl HI-FI SYStEM Your vehicle may be equipped with a JBL Hi-Fi system,specially designed to fit in with your cabin interior. Adjustment in CD or radio mode The basic functions remain the same as those for the radio. No extra adjustment is necessary.

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    A U D I O FREQuEntlY-ASKED QuEStIOnS The table below provides answers to the questions that are asked the most frequently. QuEStIOn AnSwER SOlutIOn To achieve an optimum listening quality, the Check that the audio adjustments (Volume, audio adjustments (Volume, Bass, Treble, Bass, Treble, Ambiance, Loudness) are Ambiance, Loudness) can be adapted to each adapted to the sources being listened...

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    A U D I O AnSwER QuEStIOn SOlutIOn The pre-set stations do not The waveband selected is not the correct one. Press on the button BAND AST to work (no sound, 87.5 Mhz is retrieve the wave band (AM, FM1, displayed, etc.).

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    I N D E X C Coolant temperature B Battery ....142  144 indicator ... 23-117  120 Battery Cooling system ....119-120 replacement ..142  144 Cruise Bluetooth ....174  176 ® control ..7-10-11-20-110-111 Bonnet ........116 Boot ........ 64-77 A A.B.S.

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    I N D E X E Engine oil level indicator ..29 I Ignition ........20 N Navidrive colour screen ..37 Engines......117-118 Instrument panels ..... 8-23 Night driving ....29-30 Engine levels ....117-118 Interior lamp ....71-132 ESP (Electronic stability Interior lighting ....

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    I N D E X S Seat belt not-fastened W Warning lamps .... 24  26 detection ......25 Wash/wipe ....16-69-70 Wear of brake pads ....122 Seat belts ....19-87  89 Weights ....152  156 Sidelamps ..... 16-24-65-66 Windows ....

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