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    LODGY...

  • Page 2: Driving

    Welcome aboard your vehicle This Driver’s Handbook contains the information necessary: – for you to familiarise yourself with your vehicle, to use it to its best advantage and to benefit fully from the all the functions and the technical developments it incorporates. –...

  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

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

  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    Section 1: Getting to know your vehicle Keys, radio frequency remote control: general information ....... . Locking and unlocking the doors .

  • Page 7: Keys, Radio Frequency Remote Control: General Information

    KEYS, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: general information (1/2) Key A Radio frequency remote Driver’s responsibility control B 1 Coded key for ignition switch, doors Never leave your vehicle and fuel filler cap. 2 Locks all the opening elements. with the keys inside when leaving a child (or animal) 3 Unlocks all the opening elements.

  • Page 8: Operating Range

    KEYS, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: general information (2/2) The remote control unit operating range This varies according to the environ- ment. It is therefore important when handling the remote control to ensure that you do not lock or unlock the ve- hicle by inadvertently pressing the but- Replacement and additional keys tons.

  • Page 9: Locking The Doors, Unlocking The Doors

    KEYS/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: use Locking the doors Press locking button 1. The hazard warning lights and indica- tor lights flash twice to indicate that the doors have locked. If a door or the tailgate is open or not properly shut, the doors or tailgate lock then quickly unlock and the hazard warning lights and indicator lights do not flash.

  • Page 10: Locking And Unlocking The Doors

    LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE DOORS (1/2) Manual control From the inside Locking the doors manually (depending on vehicle) (depending on vehicle) From the outside Push in button 2 to lock and lift button 2 If the remote control does not work, you Unlock the doors using the key in a to unlock.

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    LOCKING AND UNLOCKING THE DOORS (2/2) Locking the opening Door and tailgate status elements without the radio indicator frequency remote control With the ignition on, the warning light integrated in switch 4 informs you of the For example, in the event of a dis- locking status of the opening elements: charged battery or the radio frequency remote control temporarily not working.

  • Page 12: Automatic Locking When Driving

    AUTOMATIC LOCKING WHEN DRIVING Operating principle When the engine is started, the system automatically locks the doors when the vehicle reaches a speed of approxi- mately 4 mph (7 km/h). Operating faults If you notice an operating fault (auto- matic locking impossible), first check that all doors are correctly locked.

  • Page 13: Opening And Closing The Doors

    OPENING AND CLOSING THE DOORS (1/2) Lights-on warning buzzer If you have left the lights on after switch- ing off the ignition, a reminder buzzer will sound when the driver’s door is opened. Door/tailgate open buzzer Depending on the vehicle, this alarm is fitted to the driver’s side door or on all opening elements.

  • Page 14: Child Safety

    OPENING AND CLOSING THE DOORS (2/2) Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal, child or adult who is not self-suffi- cient alone on your vehicle, even for a short time. Child safety They may pose a risk to themselves To make it impossible for the rear doors or to others by starting the engine, to be opened from the inside, move...

  • Page 15: Headrests

    FRONT HEADRESTS To remove the headrest Press tab 1 and lift the headrest to re- lease it (tilt the seatback backwards if necessary). To refit the headrest Insert the rods into the sleeves, with the notches facing forwards, and lower the headrest to the desired height.

  • Page 16: Front Seats

    FRONT SEATS To move forwards or To tilt the seatback For safety reasons, carry backwards Turn control knob 4 and tilt the seat- out any adjustments when back to the desired position. the vehicle is not being Lift bar 1 to release. driven.

  • Page 17: Seat Belts

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

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    SEAT BELTS (2/5) Unlocking Press the button 4 on catch 5 and the seat belt will be rewound by the iner- tia reel. Hold by the buckle to make this easier. ™ Front seat belt reminder warning light Depending on the vehicle, it comes on when the engine is started and if the driver’s and/or passenger’s seat belt is not fastened.

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    SEAT BELTS (3/5) Second row rear seats Centre seat belt Unwind belt 15 slowly from its hous- Rear side seat belts ing 10. Slowly unwind belt 7 and click buckle 8 Pass the two buckles and the belt 15 in into red catch 9.

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    SEAT BELTS (4/5) Operating the rear seats. Please see the information in the para- graphs on “Second row rear seats: functions” and “Third row rear seats: functions” in Section 3. Third row rear seats Remove strap 16 from hook A. Slowly unwind the strap 16.

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

  • Page 22: Methods Of Restraint In Addition To The Front Seat Belts

    SYSTEMS IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (1/4) Depending on the vehicle, they are – Have the entire restraint composed of: system checked following – seat belt pretensioners; an accident. – chest force limiters; – No operation whatsoever is permitted on any part of the –...

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

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    SYSTEMS IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (3/4) Operation This system is only operational when the ignition is switched on. If a severe frontal impact occurs, the air bag(s) inflate(s) rapidly, cushion- ing the impact of the driver’s head and chest against the steering wheel and the front passenger’s head against the dashboard.

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

  • Page 26: Side Protection Devices

    SIDE PROTECTION DEVICES Side air bags These air bags may be fitted to the front seats and are deployed at the sides of the seats (door side) to protect the oc- cupants in the event of a severe side impact. Warnings concerning the side air bag –...

  • Page 27: Additional Methods Of Restraint

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

  • Page 28: Child Safety: General Information

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

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

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

  • Page 31: Mounting A Child Seat

    CHILD SAFETY: mounting a child seat (1/2) Attachment via the seat belt Attachment with the ISOFIX system The seat belt must be adjusted to Authorised ISOFIX child seats are ap- ensure that it is effective in the event of proved in accordance with regulation harsh braking or an impact.

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    CHILD SAFETY: mounting a child seat (2/2) Anchorages 3 must be used to attach the child seat’s upper strap. It is forbidden to use other mounting points to attach this strap. The two ISOFIX rings 1 are located be- The third ring 3 of each side seat is tween the seatback and the base and used to attach the upper strap on some The ISOFIX anchorage...

  • Page 33: Fitting A Child Seat

    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (1/8) In the front seat Some seats are not suitable for fitting child seats. The diagram on the follow- The laws concerning children travel- ing page shows you how to attach a ling in the front passenger seat differ in child seat.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (2/8) In the rear side seat Rear centre seat A carrycot can be installed across the A child seat may only be fitted in this vehicle and will take up at least two seat if it is equipped with an inertia-reel seats.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (3/8) The table below summarises the information already shown in the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the applicable regu- lations are respected. Five-seater versions Front passenger seat Rear seats Weight of Seat without airbag Type of child seat with airbag...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (4/8) Refer to the “Child safety equipment” booklet available from the network to choose the seat suited to your child and rec- ommended for your vehicle. X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats. U = Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (5/8) Visual installation of the five-seater version Child seat attached using the ISOFIX fitting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be attached.  The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a for- ward-facing ISOFIX child seat with uni- versal approval to be attached.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (6/8) Visual installation, 7-seater version Child seat attached using the ISOFIX fitting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be attached.  The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a for- ward-facing ISOFIX child seat with uni- versal approval to be attached.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (7/8) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applicable regu- lations are respected. Seven-seat version Front passenger seat 2nd row rear seats 3rd row without Weight of with airbag...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (8/8) Refer to the “Child safety equipment” booklet available from the network to choose the seat suited to your child and rec- ommended for your vehicle. X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats. U = Seat allowing a child seat with “Universal”...

  • Page 41: Deactivating, Activating The Front Passenger Airbag

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (1/3) Deactivating the front With the ignition on, it is essential to passenger air bags check that the 2 warning light is (depending on vehicle) lit up. In order to be able to install a rear- This warning light remains continu- facing child seat on the front passen- The passenger air bag must...

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    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (2/3) The markings on the dashboard and labels A on each side of the passen- ger sun visor 3 (example: label shown above) remind you of these instruc- tions. DANGER Since front passenger airbag triggering and the position of a rear-facing...

  • Page 43: Operating Faults

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (3/3) DANGER Since front passenger airbag triggering and the position of a rear-facing child seat are incompatible, NEVER use a restraining device for rear- facing children on a seat with an ACTIVATED AIRBAG in front of it. This provides a risk of DEATH or SERIOUS INJURY to the CHILD.

  • Page 44: Door Mirrors

    REAR VIEW MIRRORS Door mirrors with manual Door mirrors with electrical Interior rear view mirror adjustment adjustment: The interior rear-view mirror is adjusta- ble. When driving at night, tilt lever 3 to To adjust the door mirror, move With the ignition on, move button 2: avoid being dazzled by the headlights switch 1.

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) 11 12 28 27 16 15 14 1.40...

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE (2/2) The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY. 1 Side air vent. 10 Side demister outlet. 22 Gear lever. 2 Side demister outlet. 11 Side air vent. 23 Speed limiter control. 3 Stalk for: 12 Passenger airbag activation/deac- 24 Ignition switch.

  • Page 47: Warning Lights

    WARNING LIGHTS (1/4) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. á Main beam headlight tell-tale light Ò Dipped beam headlight tell- tale If the orange warning light comes on while you are driving, Front fog light tell-tale light drive carefully to an authorised dealer as soon as possible.

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    WARNING LIGHTS (2/4) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Ò Ô Warning light malfunction Coolant temperature warn- (red or orange) ing light If this remains lit while driving, ac- Urgent stop warning light (red) companied by a beep, this means the This lights up when the ignition is engine is overheating.

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    WARNING LIGHTS (3/4) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. É Preheating warning light (on Anti-lock braking warning diesel version) light This should come on when the igni- This lights up when the ignition is tion is switched on.

  • Page 50: Electronic Stability

    WARNING LIGHTS (4/4) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.  Ð Electronic Stability Speed limiter warning light Program (ESP) and Refer to the information on the traction control system (ASR) warn- “Speed limiter” in Section 2. ing lights Water in the diesel filter There are several reasons for the warn-...

  • Page 51: Displays And Indicators

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (1/2) Rev counter 1 (rpm x 1,000) Speedometer 2 (km or miles per hour) Overspeed buzzer Depending on the vehicle, a buzzer sounds for approximately 10 seconds every 30 seconds, as long as the ve- hicle is travelling in excess of 72 mph (120 km/h).

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    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (2/2) Fuel gauge warning light 3 On-board computer A or B or 4 Refer to the information on the “Trip computer and warning system” in The number of squares lit shows the Section 1. fuel level. When it is at minimum, the squares disappear and the low fuel level warning light flashes.

  • Page 53: On-board Computer

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (1/5) Interpreting some of the f) estimated range, g) distance travelled, values displayed after h) average speed, resetting c) Oil change interval, The values showing average fuel con- j) speed limiter, k) time. sumption, range and average speed will become more stable and reliable Refer to the table on the following the further you travel after pressing the...

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    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (2/5) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected Display A Display B a) Total mileage recorder. b) Trip mileage recorder. – c) Fuel used since the last time the reset button was pressed. d) Average fuel consumption since the last time the reset button was pressed.

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    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (3/5) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected Display A Display B e) Current fuel consumption. – f) Estimated range with remaining fuel. This range takes into account the average fuel consumption since the –...

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    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (4/5) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected Display A Display B j) Mileage before service Distance remaining until the next oil change. There are several scenarios: Ê...

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    ON-BOARD COMPUTER (5/5) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected Display A Display B j) Recommended speed limiter speed (if activated). Refer to the information on the “Speed limiter” in Section 2. k) Time.

  • Page 58: Steering Wheel, Clock

    STEERING WHEEL/CLOCK Press and hold button 3 to enter the hour setting mode. When only the hours flash, press button 3 briefly, to scroll through them. Press and hold button 3 to enter the minute setting mode. When only the minutes flash, press button 3 briefly, to scroll through them.

  • Page 59: Exterior Lighting And Signals

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (1/2) Dipped beam Daytime running lights headlights These lights are automatically lit during daylight hours. They are deactivated Turn the end of stalk 1 until the symbol when the main and dipped beams are is opposite mark 2. lit.

  • Page 60: Front Fog Lights

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (2/2) Rear fog lights Turning off the fog lights Turn centre ring 3 on the stalk until the symbol faces mark 2. Turn centre ring 3 on the stalk until the symbol faces mark 2. The fog lights only light up if the exterior lights have been switched on.

  • Page 61: Headlight Beam Adjustment

    HEADLIGHT BEAM ADJUSTMENT Examples of positions for adjusting control A according to the load Driver alone or with front passenger Driver with one front passenger and one rear passenger Control A is used to adjust the height of the headlight beams according to the load.

  • Page 62: Audible And Visual Signals

    AUDIBLE AND VISUAL SIGNALS Horn Hazard warning lights Direction indicators é Move stalk 1 parallel to the steering Press the end of the stalk 1. Press switch 2. wheel and in the direction you are going This switch activates all four direction to turn it.

  • Page 63: Windscreen Wiper

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE Windscreen wiper With the ignition on, pull stalk 1 towards you. In frosty weather, make sure that the wiper blades are not stuck by ice A brief pull will trigger a single sweep (risk of motor overheating). of the wipers, in addition to the wind- screen washer.

  • Page 64: Rear Screen Wiper

    REAR SCREEN WASH/WIPE, DE-ICING Rear screen washer/ wiper (depending on vehicle) With the ignition switched on, turn the end of stalk 2 to align the symbol with mark 1. When the stalk is released, it returns to the rear wipe position. Rear screen wiper Heated rear screen (depending on vehicle)

  • Page 65: Fuel Grade

    FUEL TANK (1/3) Fuel grade Do not mix even small Use a high-grade fuel that complies amounts of petrol (un- with the legislation in force in each leaded or E85) with diesel. country. It must conform to the specifi- Do not use ethanol-based cations given on label B inside the fuel fuel if your vehicle is not compatible filler flap.

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    FUEL TANK (2/3) Petrol version Filling with fuel It is essential to use unleaded petrol. With the ignition off, insert the nozzle to The octane rating (RON) should match open the valve and insert it fully before the information given on the label B lo- turning it on to fill the fuel tank (risk of cated inside the fuel filler flap.

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    FUEL TANK (3/3) Vehicles without manual priming pump Put the ignition key in “Ignition On” (M) position and wait a few minutes before starting. This will enable the fuel circuit to be primed. If the engine does not start, repeat the procedure. No modifications what- soever are permitted on any part of the fuel supply...

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    Section 2: Driving (Advice on use relating to fuel economy and the environment) Running in, Ignition switch ............Starting, Stopping the engine .

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    RUNNING IN, IGNITION SWITCH Petrol version Ignition on position M For the first 600 miles (1,000 km), do The ignition is switched on: not exceed 78 mph (130 km/h) in the – petrol version: the engine may be highest gear, or 3,000 to 3,500 rpm. started.

  • Page 70: Starting The Engine, Stopping The Engine

    STARTING/STOPPING THE ENGINE É Starting the engine Diesel injection Turn the ignition key to ignition In very cold conditions (temperatures “On” position M, and hold this position below –20°C): so that it is easier to until the preheating warning light goes start the engine, switch on the ignition out.

  • Page 71: Special Features Of Petrol Versions

    SPECIAl fEATURES Of PETROl vERSIONS The following operating conditions If you notice any of the above operating should be avoided: faults, have the necessary repairs car- ried out as soon as possible by an ap- – driving for long periods when the low proved dealer.

  • Page 72: Special Features Of Diesel Versions

    SPECIAl fEATURES Of DIESEl vERSIONS Diesel engine speed Precautions to be taken in winter Diesel engines are fitted with an injec- To avoid any faults in icy weather: tion pump which prevents the engine – ensure that the battery is always fully speed being exceeded irrespective of charged, the gear selected.

  • Page 73: Engine Adjustments

    ADvICE: antipollution, fuel economy and driving (1/3) Maintenance Engine adjustments Your vehicle complies with criteria for recycling and recovering vehicles at the – ignition: this does not require ad- It is important to remember that failure to end of their service life which will come justment.

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    ADvICE: antipollution, fuel economy and driving (2/3) Ä This warning light on the in- – Brake as little as possible by suitably strument panel will indicate if anticipating an obstacle or bend and there are any faults in the system: then simply releasing the accelerator This lights up when the ignition is pedal.

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    ADvICE: antipollution, fuel economy and driving (3/3) – In vehicles fitted with air condi- tioning, it is normal to observe an increase in fuel consumption (es- pecially in urban conditions) when it is used. For vehicles fitted with manual air conditioning, switch off the system when it is not required.

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

  • Page 77: Gear Lever

    GEAR lEvER Selecting reverse gear (vehicle stationary) Follow the grid marked on knob 1 and, depending on the vehicle, lift the ring against the knob to engage reverse An impact to the under- gear. side of the vehicle while manoeuvring (e.g.: strik- The reversing lights will come on as ing a post, raised kerb or soon as reverse gear is selected with...

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    HANDBRAKE/POWER-ASSISTED STEERING To apply Power-assisted steering Pull lever 1 upwards and make sure the With the engine running, do not leave vehicle is immobilised. the steering wheel at full lock while sta- tionary as this may damage the power- assisted steering pump. With the engine switched off, or if there is a system fault, it is still possible to turn the steering wheel.

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    DRIvER CORRECTION DEvICES/AIDS (1/3) ABS (Anti-lock Braking Operating faults: Depending on the vehicle, this is com- posed of: System) – If the warning light on the in- – ABS (anti-lock braking system); strument panel comes on while driv- Under heavy braking, the ABS prevents –...

  • Page 80: Electronic Stability Program

    DRIvER CORRECTION DEvICES/AIDS (2/3) Electronic stability program Understeer control Operating faults (ESP) with understeer control This system optimises the action of the When the system detects an operating   and traction control (ASR) ESP in the case of pronounced unders- fault, the and/or warning...

  • Page 81: Emergency Brake Assist

    DRIvER CORRECTION DEvICES/AIDS (3/3) Hazard warning lights switching on The traction control ASR offers addi- tional safety, it is recommended that Depending on the vehicle, these may you do not drive with the function disa- light up in the event of sudden decel- bled.

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    SPEED lIMITER (1/2) Driving When a limited speed has been stored and this speed is not reached, driving is similar to driving a vehicle without the speed limiter function. Once you have reached the stored speed, no effort on the accelera- tor pedal will allow you to exceed the programmed speed except in an emergency (refer to information on...

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    SPEED lIMITER (2/2) Exceeding the limit speed It is possible to exceed the limit speed at any moment. To do this: press the accelerator pedal firmly and fully (beyond the kickdown point). Whilst the speed is being exceeded, the cruising speed displayed on the in- strument panel flashes.

  • Page 84: Parking Distance Control, Operating Principle

    PARKING DISTANCE CONTROl (1/2) Operating principle Ultrasonic sensors, fitted in the vehi- cle’s rear bumper, measure the dis- tance between the vehicle and an ob- stacle when reversing. This measurement is indicated by beeps which become more frequent the closer you come to the obstacle, until they become a continuous beep when This function is an addi- the vehicle is approximately 40 centi-...

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    PARKING DISTANCE CONTROl (2/2) Operating faults When the system detects an operating fault, there will be a three-second con- tinuous beep as a warning. Please con- sult an authorised dealer. Deactivating the system You can deactivate the system by pressing switch 1. The warning light built into the switch remains lit constantly.

  • Page 86: Your Comfort

    Section 3: Your comfort Air vents, air outlets ............. . Heating, Ventilation, Air conditioning .

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    AIR VENTS, air outlets (1/2) 1 Left-hand side air vent 5 right-hand side window demister outlet 2 Left-hand side window demister vent 6 Right-hand air vent 3 Windscreen demisting vents 7 Front passenger footwell heater outlets 4 Centre air vents 8 Control panel...

  • Page 88

    AIR VENTS, air outlets (2/2) To remove bad odours from your ve- hicles, only use the systems designed for this purpose. Consult an approved Dealer. Centre and side air vents Direction To direct the air flow, swivel side air Air flow vent 9.

  • Page 89

    HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING (1/3) Adjusting the air temperature Turn control 4 to obtain the desired temperature. The further the pointer is in the red, the more the temperature will be increased. Adjusting the ventilation fan speed. Turn control 3 from 0 to 4. The further to the right it is positioned, the more air is blown into the passenger compart- ment.

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    HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING (2/3) Rapid demisting Turn controls 1, 3 and 5 to positions – air from the outside; – maximum fan speed; – demisting. Using the climate control increases the speed of demisting. Switching passenger Air recirculation is used to: compartment isolation mode/ –...

  • Page 91: Passenger Compartment

    HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING (3/3) Switching air conditioning on or off The air conditioning is switched on (in- dicator light illuminated) or off (indicator light extinguished) using button 2. Activation is not possible if control 3 is set to 0. The air conditioning system is used for: –...

  • Page 92: Maintenance

    AIR CONDITIONING: information and advice on use Fuel consumption Operating faults You will normally notice an increase in As a general rule, contact your ap- fuel consumption (especially when driv- proved dealer in the event of an oper- ing in town) when the air conditioning is ating fault.

  • Page 93: Electric Windows

    ELECTRIC WINDOWS (1/2) Safety of rear occupants The driver can prevent op- eration of the rear elec- tric windows by pressing switch 4. Driver’s responsibility Never leave your vehicle with the key inside and never leave a child Electric windows From the driver’s seat, use switch: (or a pet) unsupervised, even for a Press the window switch down or lift it...

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    ELECTRIC WINDOWS (2/2) Manual window winders Rear side screen Turn handle 7 to lower or raise the To half-open the window, turn handle 8 window to the desired height. (movement A) then lock it by pushing the handle to the right. Make sure it is properly latched into po- sition when it is closed.

  • Page 95: Interior Lighting, Courtesy Lights

    INTERIOR LIGHTING Courtesy lights Map reading light Luggage compartment light 4 Press switch 1 of 3 for: Press switch 2. – continuous lighting; – lighting operated by opening just the driver’s door, or by opening one of the four doors, depending on the ve- hicle.

  • Page 96

    SUN VISOR/GRAB HANDLE Front sun visor Grab handle 5 Sun visor storage 4 It can be used to hold motorway Lower the sun visor 1 or 2 over the This offers support and can be held passes, etc. windscreen or unclip it and turn it over when the vehicle is being driven.

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    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (1/4) Glove box Storage compartment 2 If fitted on the vehicle, pull paddle 1 to open. Ensure that no hard, heavy or pointed objects are placed in the “open” storage compartments in such a way that they may fall onto passen- gers during sudden turning, braking or in the event of an accident.

  • Page 98

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (2/4) Dashboard storage Storage compartment A Door storage compartment 5 compartment 3 Pass a hand in location 4 and pull to open the storage compartment A. If the storage compartment has a cover, lift to open. You should avoid keeping liquids in this compartment (if a liquid leaks there is a risk of seepage).

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    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (3/4) Sunglasses holder 6 Front seat storage pockets 7 3.14...

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    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE/FITTINGS (4/4) Storage compartment 8 Cup holder 9, 10 and 11 Storage compartment 12 3.15...

  • Page 101

    ASHTRAY/CIGARETTE LIGHTER/ACCESSORIES SOCKET Ashtray 1 Cigarette lighter or Accessories socket 5 accessories socket 3 This may be in location 2, 4 or 6. It is provided for connecting acces- sories approved by our Technical With the ignition on, push in the ciga- Lift the cover to open.

  • Page 102

    REAR HEADRESTS (1/2) Position for using headrest A To put the headrest back in place A Lift the headrest to maximum height, then lower it until it locks. Insert the rods into the holes, press the tab(s) 1 and lower the headrest. To raise the headrest A Headrest A storage Raise the headrest as far as it will go,...

  • Page 103

    REAR HEADRESTS (2/2) To put the headrest back in place C Insert the rods into the holes, press lock tab 2 and lower the headrest. To adjust the height of the headrest C (depending on vehicle) Press lock tab 2 and simultaneously slide the headrest to the required po- sition.

  • Page 104

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: second row (1/3) To reposition the seatback – Raise the seatbacks; – make sure you lock the seat back in place. Fixed rear bench seat To fold down the seatback – Bring the front seats forward; When moving the rear –...

  • Page 105

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: second row (2/3) Rear bench seat with folding To reposition the seat A or bench seat B seat back and seat cushion – Lower the bench seat until it locks in To fold down the seat A or bench position;...

  • Page 106

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: second row (3/3) Accessing the third row rear seats Restriction of use – Lower handle 2; – lower the seatback onto the seat If a passenger is occupying one of base; the second row seats, do not drive –...

  • Page 107

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: third row (1/3) To fold down the seats The third row rear seats can be folded down or removed for transporting bulky – Ensure that the rear seat belts are objects. correctly positioned on the hooks 1; –...

  • Page 108

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: third row (2/3) To reposition the seats – Ensure that the rear seat belts are correctly positioned on the hooks 1; Check that the rear seat – Lower the seat base until it locks in belts are positioned and op- Restriction of use position;...

  • Page 109

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: third row (3/3) To remove the seats To install seats – Ensure that the rear seat belts are – Ensure that the rear seat belts are correctly positioned on the hooks 1; correctly positioned on the hooks 1; –...

  • Page 110

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: Grouping of seats (1/3) The two rows of the rear seats can be grouped together to free up a maximum load surface area at the rear of the ve- hicle. For more information, see the following pages. For safety reasons, carry out any adjustments when the vehicle is stationary.

  • Page 111

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: grouping of seats (2/3) To group together the two rows of rear seats Fold down the second row rear seats. Refer to the information on the “Second row rear seats” in Section 3. Remove the third row rear seats Refer to the information on the “Third row rear seats”...

  • Page 112

    REAR SEAT FUNCTIONS: grouping of seats (3/3) To reposition the seats Replace the third row rear seats in po- sition. Refer to the information on the Loosen and remove the attachment “Third row rear seats” in Section 3. straps 3 from the front headrest and Reposition the second row rear seats.

  • Page 113: Luggage Compartment

    LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT To open To close Pull down the tailgate using handle 2 Electric central locking inside the tailgate to assist you. With the opening elements unlocked, When the tailgate reaches shoulder press button 1 and lift the tailgate. height, gently push it shut. Manual locking Insert the key in the boot lock, turn and press button 1.

  • Page 114: Luggage Compartment Storage Space And Fittings

    LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS Anchorage points Storage net 2 Anchorage points 1 located on each Always position the heavi- corner of the luggage compartment est items directly on the allow loads to be secured. floor. If the vehicle is equipped with anchorage points on the luggage compart- ment floor, use them.

  • Page 115: Transporting Objects In The Luggage Compartment

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT Always position the objects trans- ported so that the largest surface is against: – the rear bench seatbacks, for normal loads (eg: A); – the front seats when the second and/or third row rear seats are folded down.

  • Page 116

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS towing, attachments A = 888 mm Permissible nose weight, maxi- mum permissible towing weight braked and unbraked: Refer to the information on “Weights” in Section 6. Refer to the manufacturer’s instruc- tions for information on how to fit and If the towbar ball obscures the reg- operate the towing attachments.

  • Page 117: Luggage Net

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS Luggage net Fitting the luggage net Fitting the luggage net If fitted, this can be used when trans- porting animals or luggage to isolate behind the second row rear behind the front seats them from the passenger section. seats Inside the vehicle on each side: It is fitted behind the second row bench...

  • Page 118: Luggage Compartment Cover

    LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT COVER No person or animal should be on the third row rear seats if the luggage com- partment cover is not re- moved. How to remove the luggage Removing the luggage compartment cover A compartment cover Using handle 1, pull it gently to release Push the luggage cover to the right the pins from their mounting points lo- (movement B) and lift the left-hand side...

  • Page 119: Multimedia Equipment

    MULTIMEDIA EqUIPMENT Hands-free telephone The presence and location of this equipment depends on the vehicle’s integrated control multimedia equipment. On equipped vehicles, use micro- 1 Radio; phone 3 and steering column control 2. 2 Steering column control; 3 Microphone. Using the telephone We remind you of the need to conform to the legislation To use this equipment, consult the...

  • Page 120

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

  • Page 121: Opening The Bonnet

    Bonnet Do not press down on the bonnet: there is a risk that the bonnet may accidentally close. Ensure that the bonnet is properly locked. Ensure that nothing is pre- venting locking (grit, cloths, etc.). opening the bonnet To open the bonnet, pull the handle 1. Make sure nothing is left Lift the bonnet;...

  • Page 122

    enGIne oIL LeVeL: general information An engine uses oil to lubricate and cool moving parts and it is normal to top up the oil between oil changes. exceeding the maximum engine However, contact your approved oil level Dealer if more than 0.5 litres is being consumed every 600 miles (1,000 km) The oil level should only be read with after the running in period.

  • Page 123: Topping Up/filling

    enGIne oIL LeVeL: topping up/filling (1/2) topping up/Filling – Unscrew cap 1; – top up the level (as a guide, the ca- The vehicle must be parked on level pacity between the minimum and ground and the engine should be cold maximum reading on the dipstick 2 (for instance, before the engine is is between 1.5 and 2 litres, depend-...

  • Page 124: Oil Change

    enGIne oIL LeVeL: topping up/filling (2/2) oil change Service interval: refer Maintenance Document for your vehi- cle. Average capacities for oil change oil Never run the engine in an filter included. enclosed space as exhaust (for information) gases are poisonous. motors 1.2 tCe : 4.60 litres 1.6 engines : 3.30 litres...

  • Page 125: Brake Fluid Level, Levels

    LeVeLS (1/3) topping up Level After any operation on the hydraulic cir- It is normal for the level to drop as the cuit, a specialist must replace the fluid. brake shoes become worn, but it must Only use fluids approved by the never drop lower than the “MInI”...

  • Page 126

    LeVeLS (2/3) Checking intervals Check the coolant level regularly (very severe damage is likely to be caused to the engine if it runs out of coolant). If the level needs to be topped up, only use products approved by our Technical Department which ensure: –...

  • Page 127

    /FILteR LeVeLS (3/3) Filters The replacement of filter elements (air filter, cabin filter, diesel fuel filter, etc.) is scheduled in the maintenance opera- tions for your vehicle. Replacement intervals for filter ele- ments: please refer to your vehicle’s maintenance document. Power-assisted steering fluid reservoir Level: for a correct level when cold,...

  • Page 128: Replacing The Battery

    BAtteRY The charge status of your battery can decrease especially if you use your ve- hicle: – for short journeys; – for driving in town; – when the temperature drops; – after extended use of consumers (radio etc.) with the engine switched off.

  • Page 129

    tYRe PReSSURe (1/2) F: tyre pressures for the rear wheels (motorway) (maximum of 2 people on board). G: tyre pressures for the front wheels (non-motorway) (more than 2 people on board). H: tyre pressures for the rear wheels (non-motorway) (more than 2 people on board).

  • Page 130

    tYRe PReSSURe (2/2) Special note concerning fully laden vehicles (Maximum Permissible All-Up Weight) and towing a trailer: the maxi- mum speed must be limited to 60 mph (100 kph) and the tyre pressure in- creased by 0.2 bar. Please refer to the information on “Weights”...

  • Page 131

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

  • Page 132

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

  • Page 133: Seat Belts

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

  • Page 134

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

  • Page 135

    4.16...

  • Page 136: Practical Advice

    Section 5: Practical advice Tools ............... . . Puncture .

  • Page 137

    Tools Accessing the tools Wheelbrace 4 Tow eye 3 The tools are located in the luggage This is used to tighten/loosen the wheel Please see “Towing: breakdown recov- compartment. bolts and, depending on the vehicle, to ery” in Section 5. The presence of the tools depends on access the emergency spare wheel.

  • Page 138

    PUNCTURE (1/2) In the event of a puncture, depending on the vehicle, you will have: An emergency spare wheel or tyre in- flation kit (refer to the information on the following pages). If the emergency spare wheel has been stored for several years, have it checked by your Dealer to ensure that it is safe to use.

  • Page 139: Emergency Spare Wheel

    PUNCTURE (2/2) Do not leave the tools un- Emergency spare wheel 2 To store the wheel in the cage secured inside the vehicle as they may come loose – Make sure the wheel is correctly po- This is stored in cage 4 under the floor under braking.

  • Page 140

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

  • Page 141

    TYRE PREssURE KIT (2/3) With the engine running and the – after a maximum of 15 minutes, stop parking brake applied, inflating and read the pressure (on pressure gauge 5). – unroll the hose from the container; Note: while the container is empty- –...

  • Page 142

    TYRE PREssURE KIT (3/3) Precautions when using the – Affix the driving recommendation label to the dashboard where it can easily be seen by the driver; The kit should not be operated for more – Put the kit away. than 15 consecutive minutes. –...

  • Page 143

    WHEEl TRIM - WHEEls Wheel trim with concealed Wheel trim with visible wheel wheel bolts bolts Remove the wheel trim using the To remove it without removing the hubcap tool 1, by inserting the tool into wheel, press it at the points indicated valve recess 2.

  • Page 144: Changing A Wheel

    CHANGING A WHEEl (1/2) Vehicles equipped with a jack Place the jack 4 horizontally; the jack head must be lined up with the sill 1 and wheelbrace closest to the wheel concerned, as If necessary, remove the hubcap. shown by arrow 2. Use the wheelbrace 3 to slacken off Crank up the jack 4 by hand at first to the wheel bolts.

  • Page 145

    CHANGING A WHEEl (2/2) Undo the bolts and take off the wheel. Fit the emergency spare wheel on the central hub and turn it to locate the mounting holes in the wheel and the hub. If bolts are supplied with the emergency spare wheel, only use these bolts for the emergency spare wheel.

  • Page 146: Tyres

    TYREs (1/3) Tyre and wheel safety When the tyre tread has been worn to the level of the warning strips, they The tyres are the only contact between become visible 2: it is then neces- the vehicle and the road, so it is essen- sary to replace your tyres because the tial to keep them in good condition.

  • Page 147: Tyre Pressures

    TYREs (2/3) Tyre pressures Changing wheels around Pressures should be checked when the tyres are cold; ignore higher pressures Adhere to the tyre pressures (including This practice is not recommended. which may be reached in hot weather the emergency spare wheel). The tyre or following a fast journey.

  • Page 148

    TYREs (3/3) Use in winter snow or Winter tyres We would recommend that these be Chains fitted to all four wheels to ensure that For safety reasons, fitting snow your vehicle retains maximum adhe- chains to the rear axle is strictly for- sion.

  • Page 149: Daytime Running Light, Changing Front Lights Bulbs

    FRoNT lIGHTs: changing bulbs Daytime running light Turn the bulb holder 1 a quarter of a turn and take out the bulb. Bulb type: P21W. Front side light Turn the bulb holder 2 a quarter of a turn and take out the bulb. Bulb type: W5W.

  • Page 150

    FoG lIGHTs: changing bulbs Additional lights To comply with local legislation, or If you wish to fit fog lights to your ve- as a precaution, you can obtain an hicle, please see an authorised dealer. emergency kit containing a set of spare bulbs and fuses from an ap- proved Dealer.

  • Page 151

    REAR AND sIDE lIGHTs: changing bulbs (1/3) Direction indicator, brake and Release the light assembly from out- 4 side light and brake light side the vehicle by pulling towards the side lights Bulb type 4: P21/5W. rear. Undo bolt 1 to remove the light. 5 Indicator light Remove the bulb holder 3 by releasing Bulb type 5: PY21W.

  • Page 152

    REAR AND sIDE lIGHTs: changing bulbs (2/3) High-level brake light Refitting To return it, proceed in the reverse – Remove the two plastic blanking order to removal. covers 6 from the inside. Check the tabs are correctly locked in – Unclip the light using a screwdriver, position.

  • Page 153

    REAR AND sIDE lIGHTs: changing bulbs (3/3) Number plate lights 9 side indicator lights 10 Unclip light 9 by pressing tab 8 using a Unclip the side mounted indicator flat-blade screwdriver or similar. light 10 (using a flat-blade screwdriver or similar). Remove the light cover to gain access to the bulb.

  • Page 154: Courtesy Light, Changing Interior Lighting Bulbs

    INTERIoR lIGHTING: changing bulbs (1/2) Courtesy light Rear courtesy light Remove the bulb. Bulb type 2: W5W. Unclip lens 1 using a flat-blade screw- Remove the lens 3 using a tool such as driver or similar. a flat-blade screwdriver. Release the bulb. Bulb type: W5W.

  • Page 155: Luggage Compartment Light

    INTERIoR lIGHTING: changing bulbs (2/2) luggage compartment light Press tab 5 to release the lens 7 and access bulb 6. Unclip the light 4 (using a tool such as a Bulb type: W5W. flat-blade screwdriver). The bulbs are under pres- sure and may break when replaced.

  • Page 156

    FUsEs (1/3) CORRECT INCORRECT Fuses in passenger compartment A Clip 1 Fuses in engine compartment B Some functions are protected by fuses If any electrical component does not Remove the fuse using tweezers 1, lo- located in the engine compartment work, check the condition of the fuses.

  • Page 157

    FUsEs (2/3) Allocation of fuses in the passenger compartment (the presence of certain fuses DEPENDs oN THE VEHIClE EQUIPMENT lEVEl) 5.22...

  • Page 158

    FUsEs (3/3) Number Allocation Number Allocation Number Allocation Passenger compartment Driver’s window winder Courtesy light Passenger compartment Electric door mirrors ABS-ESC Steering column control and 28 Reverse gear, windscreen Front electric window wiper Left-hand main beam Location reserved for Speed limiter, rear screen, headlight additional equipment.

  • Page 159

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

  • Page 160: Connecting A Battery Charger

    BATTERY: troubleshooting (1/2) To avoid all risk of sparks: Connecting a battery charger – Ensure that any consumers (cour- The battery charger must be com- tesy lights, etc.) are switched off patible with a battery with nominal before disconnecting or reconnect- voltage of 12 volts.

  • Page 161

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

  • Page 162: Wiper Blades

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

  • Page 163: Towing: Breakdown

    ToWING: breakdown (1/2) The steering wheel must be un- locked and the ignition key must be in position M (ignition on) to provide brake lights and hazard warning lights on the towed vehicle. At night the vehicle must have its lights on. Furthermore, it is essential to respect the towing regulations set out in the leg- islation of the country concerned and, if...

  • Page 164

    ToWING: breakdown recovery (2/2) – Use a rigid towing bar. If a rope or cable is used (where the law allows this), the vehicle being towed must be able to brake. – A vehicle must not be towed if it is not fit to be driven.

  • Page 165

    FITTING A RADIo – In all cases, it is very important to follow the manufacturer’s instruc- tions carefully. – The specifications of the brack- ets and wires (available from our network) vary depending on the Door speakers 2 If your vehicle is not fitted with an audio equipment level of your vehicle system, one can be fitted and locations and the type of radio.

  • Page 166

    ACCEssoRIEs Electrical and electronic accessories Before installing this type of accessory, make sure it is compatible with your vehicle. You can get advice from an au- thorised dealer. Connect accessories with a maximum power of 120 watts only. Fire hazard. No work may be carried out on the vehicle’s electrical or radio circuits, except by authorised dealers: an incorrectly connected system may result in damage being caused to the electrical equipment and/or the components connected to it.

  • Page 167

    oPERATING FAUlTs (1/5) The following advice will enable you to carry out quick, temporary repairs. For safety reasons you should always contact an approved dealer as soon as possible. The starter is activated PossIBlE CAUsEs WHAT To Do Warning lights dim or fail to come on; Battery terminals disconnected, Retighten them, reconnect them or clean the starter does not run.

  • Page 168

    oPERATING FAUlTs (2/5) on the road PossIBlE CAUsEs WHAT To Do Vibrations. Tyres not inflated to correct pres- Check the tyre pressures; if this is not the cause, have sures, incorrectly balanced or their condition checked by an approved dealer. damaged.

  • Page 169

    oPERATING FAUlTs (3/5) on the road PossIBlE CAUsEs WHAT To Do Abnormal white smoke from the ex- Mechanical fault: damaged cylinder Stop the engine. haust head gasket. Contact an approved dealer. This is not necessarily a fault. Please refer to the information on “Special Smoke may be caused by features of diesel versions”...

  • Page 170

    oPERATING FAUlTs (4/5) on the road PossIBlE CAUsEs WHAT To Do Whistling Roof aerial poorly positioned. Position the aerial. The engine overheats. The coolant Engine cooling fan not working. Stop the vehicle, switch off the engine and temperature indicator light comes contact an approved dealer.

  • Page 171

    oPERATING FAUlTs (5/5) Electrical equipment PossIBlE CAUsEs WHAT To Do The wipers do not work. Wiper blades stuck. Free the blades before using the wipers. Faulty electrical circuit. Consult an approved dealer. The wiper does not stop. Faulty electrical controls. Consult an approved dealer.

  • Page 172: Technical Specifications

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

  • Page 173: Vehicle Identification Plates

    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION PLATES Quote the details given on identifica- 5 GTW (Gross train weight: vehicle tion plate A on all letters or orders. fully loaded, with trailer). The presence and location of the in- formation depends on the vehicle. 6 MPAW (Maximim Permissible Weight) for front axle.

  • Page 174: Engine Identification Plates

    ENGINE IDENTIFICATION PLATES The details given on engine plate A should be included with all correspond- ence and orders (location varies de- pending on engine). 1 Engine type 2 Engine suffix 3 Engine number...

  • Page 175: Engine Specifications

    ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Versions 1.6 8V 1.2 TCe 1.5 dCi Engine type H5Ft (see engine plate) Cubic capacity (cc) 1 598 1 197 1.461 The use of unleaded petrol is essential, with the octane rating Diesel as stated on the label inside the fuel filler flap. Type of fuel The label located in the If not available, for a limited time only, use unleaded fuel:...

  • Page 176

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) 1,492 0,822 2,810 0,866 2,004 4,498 1,679/1,682 (1) 1,478 (1) Empty (three and five door versions).

  • Page 177

    WEIGHTS (in kg) (1/2) The weights indicated are for a basic vehicle without options: they vary depending on the your vehicle’s equipment. Consult an approved Dealer Five-seater versions Maximum Permissible All-Up Weight (MMAC) Weights indicated on the manufacturer’s plate (refer Total Train Weight (MTR) to Section 6 “Vehicle identification plate”) Braked Trailer Weight*...

  • Page 178

    WEIGHTS (in kg) (2/2) The weights indicated are for a basic vehicle without options: they vary depending on the your vehicle’s equipment. Consult an approved dealer. 7-seater version Maximum Permissible All-Up Weight (MMAC) Weights indicated on the manufacturer’s plate (refer Total Train Weight (MTR) to Section 6 “Vehicle identification plate”) Braked Trailer Weight*...

  • Page 179: Replacement Parts And Repairs

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

  • Page 180

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

  • Page 181

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

  • Page 182

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

  • Page 183

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

  • Page 184

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

  • Page 185

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

  • Page 186

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (1/6) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Stamp Corrosion repair operation to be carried out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.15...

  • Page 187

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (2/6) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Stamp Corrosion repair operation to be carried out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.16...

  • Page 188

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (3/6) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Stamp Corrosion repair operation to be carried out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.17...

  • Page 189

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (4/6) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Stamp Corrosion repair operation to be carried out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.18...

  • Page 190

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (5/6) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Stamp Corrosion repair operation to be carried out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.19...

  • Page 191

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (6/6) If the continuation of the warranty is subject to repair, it is indicated below. VIN: ............Stamp Corrosion repair operation to be carried out: Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: Repair to be carried out: Stamp Date of repair: 6.20...

  • Page 192: Alphabetical Index, Driving Position

    AlphAbeticAl index (1/4) child booster seat ..........1.23 → 1.25 ABS ...............2.12 → 2.14 child restraint/seat ..........1.23 → 1.38 accessories................ 5.31 child safety........1.2, 1.4, 1.9, 1.23 → 1.38 accessories socket ............3.16 child seats..............1.23 → 1.35 additional methods of restraint .......... 1.22 cigar lighter ................ 3.16 adjusting your driving position ...1.12 → 1.16, 3.17 – 3.18 cleaning: advice on antipollution ..........2.6 → 2.8 inside the vehicle ..........

  • Page 193

    AlphAbeticAl index (2/4) engine immobiliser (switch) ..........2.2 grab handle................ 3.11 engine oil ..............4.3 → 4.5 engine oil level ............4.4 – 4.5 handbrake................2.11 engine specifications ............6.4 hands-free telephone integrated control ......3.34 environment ................. 2.9 hazard warning lights signal ..........1.57 ESP: Electronic Stability Program ......2.12 → 2.14 headlight beam adjustment ..........

  • Page 194

    AlphAbeticAl index (3/4) lifting the vehicle changing a wheel ..........5.9 – 5.10 navigation ................3.34 lighting: navigation system .............. 3.34 exterior .........1.54 – 1.55, 5.14 → 5.18 interior ............3.10, 5.19 – 5.20 oil change ................4.5 lights ..............1.54 → 1.56 opening the doors ............1.8 – 1.9 additional ..............5.15 operating faults ............5.32 → 5.36 adjustment ..............

  • Page 195

    AlphAbeticAl index (4/4) RENAULT ANTI-INTRUDER DEVICE (RAID) ..... 1.7 towing ................. 6.6 – 6.7 replacement parts ..............6.8 breakdown ............5.28 – 5.29 reverse gear towing equipment ............3.31 selecting ............... 2.10 towing a caravan ............6.6 – 6.7 reversing sensor ............. 2.17 – 2.18 towing hitch............5.2, 5.28 – 5.29 running in ................

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