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SANDERO
DRIVER'S HANDBOOK

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    SANDERO DRIVER’S HANDBOOK...

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    Warning: to ensure the engine operates optimally, the use of a lubricant may be restricted to certain vehicles. Please ELF has developed a complete range of lubricants for RENAULT: refer to your maintenance document. engine oils manual and automatic gearbox oils Benefiting from the research applied to Formula 1, lubricants are very high-tech products.

  • Page 3: 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. –...

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

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Section 1: Getting to know your vehicle Keys/Radio frequency remote control: general information....... . Locking/unlocking the doors .

  • Page 8: 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 Never leave your vehicle 1 Coded key for ignition switch, with the keys inside when doors and fuel filler cap. 2 Locking the doors and tailgate. leaving a child (or animal) 3 Unlocking the doors and tailgate.

  • Page 9: 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 Replacement and additional keys that you do not lock or unlock the ve- or remote controls.

  • Page 10: Locking The Doors

    RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: use Doors are locked and unlocked using remote control unit B. It is powered by a battery which must be replaced (refer to the information on the “Radio frequency remote control: batteries” in Section 5). Locking the doors Unlocking the doors Press locking button 1.

  • Page 11: Locking/unlocking The Doors

    LOCKING/UNLOCKING THE DOORS Manual locking Electric central locking Child safety From the outside Depending on the vehicle, it can be To make it impossible for the rear doors used to simultaneously lock or unlock to be opened from the inside, move Unlock the doors using the remote con- the doors and luggage compartment.

  • Page 12: Opening And Closing The Doors

    OPENING AND CLOSING THE DOORS 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. They may pose a risk to themselves or to others by starting the engine, activating equipment such as the electric windows or by locking the...

  • Page 13: Engine Immobiliser System

    ENGINE IMMOBILISER This prevents the vehicle being Operating faults driven by anyone not in possession After the ignition has been switched of the vehicle’s coded ignition key. on, if warning light 1 continues to flash or remains continuously lit, there is a Operating principle system operating fault.

  • Page 14: Front Headrests

    FRONT HEADRESTS Adjusting the height of headrest A To refit headrests A or B Press tab 1 and simultaneously slide Insert headrest rods 2 into the holes (tilt the headrest to the required position. the seatback backwards if necessary). Push the headrest in until it locks in po- To raise the headrests A or B sition.

  • Page 15: Front Seats

    FRONT SEATS To move forwards or Heated seats For safety reasons, carry backwards Depending on the vehicle, with the igni- out any adjustments when tion on, press switch 3. the vehicle is not being Lift bar 1 to release. driven. Release the bar in the desired position The system, which has a thermostat, and ensure it locks in place properly.

  • Page 16: Steering Wheel, Clock

    STEERING WHEEL, CLOCK Adjusting the steering wheel Resetting the clock Depending on the vehicle version, the With the ignition on, select display 2 If the electrical supply is cut (battery height of the steering wheel can be ad- showing the total mileage and clock. disconnected, broken supply wire, justed.

  • Page 17: Seat Belts

    SEAT BELTS (1/4) Before starting, adjust your driving Always wear your seat belt when trav- elling in your vehicle. You must also position and then have each occu- comply with the legislation of the par- pant adjust their seat belt to ensure ticular country you are in.

  • Page 18: Seat Belt Reminder Light

    SEAT BELTS (2/4) Unlocking Press button 5 on catch 6; the seat belt is wound up by the inertia reel. Guide the buckle to facilitate this manoeuvre. ß Seat belt reminder light Depending on the vehicle, it comes on when the engine is started if the driver’s seat belt is not fastened.

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    SEAT BELTS (3/4) Rear central seat belts 7 Rear lap belt with manual Fasten sliding buckle 11 into red catch 10. (depending on the vehicle) adjustment 13 (depending on the vehicle) Unwind the belt slowly from its hous- Rear side seat belts 12 ing 8.

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    SEAT BELTS (4/4) The following information applies to the vehicle’s front and rear seat belts. – No modification may be made to the component parts of the restraint system (belts and seats and their mountings) fitted originally. For special operations (e.g. fitting child seats) contact an approved Dealer. –...

  • Page 21: 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-level load 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 Above a certain level of impact force, this mechanism is used to limit the force of the belt against the body so that it is at an acceptable level. Driver’s and passenger air Each air bag system consists of: bags...

  • Page 23: Operating Faults

    SYSTEMS IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (3/4) Operation In this case, a child seat MUST NOT be fitted to the front passenger seat. This system is only operational when Allowing any other passenger to sit in the ignition is switched on. that seat is not recommended.

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    SYSTEMS IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (4/4) Warnings concerning the driver’s air bag – Do not modify the steering wheel or the steering wheel boss. – Do not cover the steering wheel boss under any circumstances. – Do not attach any objects (badge, logo, clock, telephone holder, etc.) to the steering wheel boss.

  • Page 25: 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 26: 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 airbag is designed to complement the action of the seat belt.

  • Page 27: 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.

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    CHILD SAFETY: mounting a child seat (1/2) Attachment via the seat belt Attachment with the ISOFIX system Do not use the child seat The seat belt must be adjusted to Authorised ISOFIX child seats are ap- if it may unfasten the seat ensure that it is effective in the event of proved in accordance with regulation belt restraining it: the base...

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    CHILD SAFETY: mounting a child seat (2/2) It is essential to use the lug- gage compartment anchor- age point 3 to attach the upper belt of the child seat. It is forbidden to use other mounting points to attach this strap. The two ISOFIX rings 1 are located be- The third ring is used to attach the tween the seatback and the seat base...

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    CHILD SAFETY: Fitting a child seat (1/6) 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 (2/6) In the rear side seat Rear centre seat For the safety of the child in the for- A carrycot can be installed across the ward-facing seat, do not move the seat A child seat may only be fitted in this vehicle and will take up at least two in front back past the middle of the seat if it is equipped with an inertia-reel...

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    CHILD SAFETY: Fitting a child seat (3/6) Vehicles without airbag or with airbag deactivated Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: Fitting a child seat (4/6) Vehicles with passenger air bag not deactivated Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: Fitting a child seat (5/6) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous pages, to ensure the regula- tions in force are respected. Front Front passenger seat with airbag Rear passenger Rear centre Weight of Seat...

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    CHILD SAFETY: Fitting a child seat (6/6) X = Seat not suitable for fitting child seats. U = Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal” approval to be installed using a seat belt; check that it can be fitted. IUF = Seat which, on equipped vehicles, allows forward-facing child seats with “Universal”...

  • Page 38: Deactivating/activating The Front Passenger Air Bag

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (1/3) Deactivating the front When the ignition has been switched back on, it is essential to check that passenger air bag (depending on vehicle) the warning light 2, , is lit on the instrument panel.

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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 passenger sun blind 3 (example: label shown above) remind you of these instructions. DANGER Since operation of the front passenger air bag is not compatible with the position of a rear-facing child seat, NEVER...

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    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (3/3) Activation of the front Operating faults passenger air bag It is forbidden to fit a rear-facing child (depending on vehicle) seat to the front passenger seat if the air bag activation/deactivation system You should reactivate the air bag as is faulty.

  • Page 41: Rear-view Mirrors

    REAR VIEW MIRRORS Door mirrors with manual Door mirrors with electrical Interior rear view mirror adjustment adjustment: Its position can be adjusted. When driv- ing at night, to avoid being dazzled by To adjust the mirror, move lever 1. With the ignition on, move button 2: the headlights of the vehicle behind, –...

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY. 21 20 1.36...

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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 air vent. 21 Electric door mirror control. 2 Demister outlet. 11 Passenger air bag activation/deac- 22 Location for ashtray or cup holder. tivation switch.

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY. 9 10 11 1.38...

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (2/2) The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY. 1 Side air vent. 10 Side air vent. 22 Rear window electric locking con- trol 2 Demister outlet. 11 Fuse box. 23 Electric door mirror control. 3 Storage compartment or location 12 Bonnet release.

  • Page 46: Warning Lights

    WARNING LIGHTS (1/3) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Dipped beam headlight tell- Anti-lock braking warning tale light light Main beam headlight tell-tale This light comes on when the ignition is light switched on and goes out within three seconds.

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    WARNING LIGHTS (2/3) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Ô ê Ú Coolant temperature warn- Engine immobiliser system Battery charge warning light ing light warning light It should go out as soon as the This goes out as soon as the engine This light performs several functions.

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    WARNING LIGHTS (3/3) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. î Handbrake on and brake cir- LPG mode indicator cuit incident warning light Refer to the document for the If it lights up, check that the hand brake LPG system for vehicles which are is fully released.

  • Page 49: Displays And Indicators

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (1/2) Rev counter 1 (rpm × 1 000) Speedometer 2 (km or miles Speedometer 2 Dual speed per hour) scale (miles per hour and km per hour) (depending on vehicle) 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...

  • Page 50: Trip Computer And Warning System

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (2/2) Multifunction key 5 – Display selection By pressing the button you can shift from the total mileage recorder, trip mileometer and time or vice-versa. – Resetting the trip mileage re- corder Once the trip mileage display is se- lected, press and hold the button.

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    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (1/4) The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Refer to the table on the following pages showing display examples. Display 1 Display selection key 3 Keep pressing key 3 briefly to scroll General reset and trip through the following information (de- pending on the vehicle) in sequence:...

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    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (2/4) The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Interpreting some of the – You may also notice that the aver- age fuel consumption increases values displayed after when the vehicle is stationary and resetting the engine idling.

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    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (3/4) The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of display selec- tions by repeatedly press- Interpreting the display ing 3 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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    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (4/4) The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of display selections by repeatedly Interpreting the display pressing 3 e) Estimated range with remaining fuel This range takes into account the average fuel consumption since the last time the reset button was pressed.

  • Page 55: Exterior Lighting And Signals

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (1/2) á Main beam headlights With stalk 1 in dipped beam headlights position, move the stalk to- wards you. When the main beam headlights are lit, an indicator light lights up on the instru- ment panel. To return to the dipped beam headlight position, pull the switch stalk towards you.

  • Page 56: Front Fog Lights

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (2/2) Turning off the fog lights Turn centre ring 3 again to position the symbol corresponding to the fog light or off position opposite mark 4. The corre- sponding indicator light goes out on the instrument panel. The front and rear fog lights switch off when the exterior lights are switched off.

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    ADJUSTMENT OF HEADLIGHT BEAM HEIGHT Setting position Vehicle load conditions of control A Basic setting: luggage compartment empty and only the driver on board or with one front passenger. Luggage compartment empty, 1, 2, 3 passengers Luggage compartment full, 3 passengers Control A is used to adjust the height of the headlight beams according to the load.

  • Page 58: Audible And Visual Signals

    AUDIBLE AND VISUAL SIGNALS Horn Hazard warning lights Direction indicators é Press the end of the stalk 1. Press switch 3. Move stalk 1 parallel to the steering wheel and in the direction you are going Depending on the vehicle, press on one This switch activates all four direction to turn it.

  • Page 59: Windscreen Wash/wipe/de-icing

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE, DE-ICING (1/3) Windscreen wiper With the ignition on, pull stalk 1 towards you. In frosty weather, make sure that A brief pull will trigger a single sweep the wiper blades are not stuck by ice of the wipers, in addition to the wind- (risk of motor overheating).

  • Page 60: Rear Screen Wiper

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE, DE-ICING (2/3) Rear screen washer/ wiper (depending on vehicle) With the ignition on, turn the end of stalk 1 to align the symbol with mark 2. When the stalk is released, it returns to the rear wipe position. Rear screen wiper (depending on vehicle) With the ignition on, turn the end of...

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    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE, DE-ICING (3/3) Heated rear screen The operation is stopped: – automatically after it has been run- With the engine running, ning for 12 minutes (the indicator press button 2 (the indicator light on the light goes out); instrument panel lights up). This function de-ices/demists the rear –...

  • Page 62: Fuel Tank (filling With Fuel)

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

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    FUEL TANK (2/3) Filling with fuel Insert the nozzle to open valve B and insert it fully before turning it on to fill the fuel tank (risk of splashing). Hold it in this position for the whole fill- ing operation. Following the first auto- matic shut-off at the end of filling, the trigger can be pulled two more times at most, to leave room for expansion.

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    FUEL TANK (3/3) No modifications what- soever are permitted on any part of the fuel supply system (computers, wiring, fuel circuit, injector, protection covers, etc.) as this may be danger- ous (such work must be undertaken by qualified Network personnel). Priming bulb (diesel version) After a breakdown caused by com-...

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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 .

  • Page 66: Running In, Ignition Switch

    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 67: Starting The Engine

    STARTING/STOPPING THE ENGINE É Starting the engine Vehicle equipped with an automatic Diesel injection gearbox In very cold conditions (temperatures Before starting, move the lever to posi- Turn the ignition key to ignition “On” po- below –20°C): so that it is easier to tion N or P.

  • Page 68: Special Features Of Petrol Versions

    SPECIAL FEATURES OF PETROL VERSIONS The following operating conditions: If you notice any of the above operating faults, have the necessary repairs car- – driving for long periods when the low ried out as soon as possible by an ap- fuel level warning light is lit;...

  • Page 69: 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 70: Advice: Antipollution, Fuel Economy And Driving

    ADVICE: antipollution, fuel economy and driving (1/3) Maintenance Engine adjustments By virtue of its design, moderate fuel consumption and initial settings, your It should be noted that failure to respect – ignition: this does not require ad- vehicle conforms to current antipol- antipollution regulations may lead to justment.

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    ADVICE: antipollution, fuel economy and driving (2/3) Exhaust gas monitoring On versions with an automatic gear- box, it is preferable to keep the gear system lever in position D. The exhaust gas monitoring system de- tects operating faults in the vehicle’s –...

  • Page 72

    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.

  • Page 73: Environment

    ENVIRONMENT Emissions – At the end of the vehicle’s service life, it should be sent to approved Your vehicle has been designed to centres to ensure that it is recycled. emit fewer greenhouse gases (CO2) – In all cases, comply with local legis- while in use, and therefore to consume lation.

  • Page 74: Gear Lever

    GEAR LEVER To select reverse gear (vehicle stationary) Vehicle with manual gearbox Move the lever to neutral, then follow An impact to the under- the gate shown on knob 1. side of the vehicle while manoeuvring (e.g.: strik- Vehicle with automatic gearbox ing a post, raised kerb or Refer to the information on the other street furniture) may result in...

  • Page 75: Handbrake, Power-assisted Steering

    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.

  • Page 76: Driver Correction Devices/aids

    DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES/AIDS (1/2) ABS (anti-lock braking Depending on the vehicle, this is com- posed of: system) – the (anti-lock braking Under heavy braking, the ABS prevents system); the wheels from locking, allowing the – emergency brake assist. stopping distance to be managed and keeping control of the vehicle.

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    DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES/AIDS (2/2) Emergency brake assist Operating faults This system supplements the ABS – Warning light lights up on the and helps reduce vehicle stopping dis- instrument panel: the ABS is deacti- tances. vated. Operating principle Braking safety is still guaranteed. The system is for detecting an emer- –...

  • Page 78: Automatic Transmission

    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (1/3) Driving in automatic mode Move lever 1 to position D. In the majority of traffic conditions, you will not have to touch the gear selector lever again: the gear will be changed automatically at the right time and at the most suitable engine speed be- cause the automatic system takes into account the vehicle load and road con-...

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    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (2/3) Special cases In certain driving conditions (e.g.: to protect the engine) the “automated system” may change the gear automat- ically. Likewise, to prevent incorrect manoeu- vres, a gear change may be refused by the automatic system: in this case the gear display flashes for a few seconds as a warning.

  • Page 80: Parking The Vehicle

    AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION (3/3) – If the road contour and bends in Parking the vehicle the road do not allow you to stay in When the vehicle is stopped, move the automatic mode (e.g.: in mountain- lever to position P while keeping your ous areas), it is recommended that foot on the brake pedal: the gearbox is you switch to manual mode.

  • Page 81: Your Comfort

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

  • Page 82: Air Vents, Air Outlets

    AIR VENTS, air outlets (1/2) 1 Left-hand side air vent 6 Right-hand side window demister vent 2 Left-hand side window demister vent 7 Right-hand side air vent 3 Windscreen demisting vents 8 Front passenger footwell heater outlets 4 Centre air vents 9 Rear passenger footwell heater 5 Control panel outlets (depending on the vehicle)

  • Page 83

    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 air vent 10 Air flow or 12.

  • Page 84: Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning

    HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING (1/2) Note: The air conditioning may be used in all conditions but does not operate when the external temperature is low. – Button B not activated (warning light off). The air conditioning is not operating. The heating and ventilation controls are the same as a vehicle without air conditioning.

  • Page 85

    HEATING, VENTILATION, AIR CONDITIONING (2/2) If no cold air is produced Check that the controls are set correctly and that the fuses are sound. If they are not, switch off the heating and air condi- tioning system (warning light integrated into button B) and contact an author- ised dealer.

  • Page 86: Manual Air Conditioning

    MANuAL AIR CONDITIONING (1/3) Distribution of air in the passenger compartment Turn control A. Close the dashboard vents for more effective demisting. All the air is then directed to the wind- screen and front side window demister outlets. The air flow is distributed be- tween all the air vents, the front side window demisting vents, the windscreen demisting vents and the...

  • Page 87: Adjusting The Ventilation Speed

    MANuAL AIR CONDITIONING (2/3) Adjusting the ventilation speed Turn control C from 0 to 4. The passenger compartment is ven- tilated by blown air. The blower deter- mines how much air enters but vehicle speed has a slight effect on this. The further the control is positioned to the right, the greater the amount of air blown into the passenger compartment.

  • Page 88

    MANuAL AIR CONDITIONING (3/3) Prolonged use of this position (iso- lation mode) may mist up the win- dows slightly or cause odours due to the air not being renewed. It is therefore advisable to return to normal operation (external air) by pressing control D when you have passed through the polluted area.

  • Page 89: Maintenance

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

  • Page 90: Interior Lighting

    INTERIOR LIGHTING Courtesy light Map reading light (depending on the vehicle) Automatic operation of interior Pressing switch 1 provides: lighting (depending on the vehi- Pressing switch 2 provides: – continuous lighting; cle) – continuous lighting; – or temporary lighting by opening one –...

  • Page 91: Electric Windows

    ELECTRIC WINDOWS (1/2) Front electric windows Rear electric windows Locking and unlocking the (depending on vehicle) (depending on vehicle) rear window controls With the ignition on, press the bottom With the ignition on, press switch 3 Press the top of switch 5 to lock the op- of switch 1 or 2 to open the window or or 4 to open the window or raise eration of the rear electric windows or...

  • Page 92

    ELECTRIC WINDOWS (2/2) Safety of rear occupants The driver can inhibit opera- tion of the rear electric win- dows by pressing switch 5. Driver’s responsibility Never leave your vehicle with the key or remote control inside and never leave a child (or a pet) un- supervised, even for a short while.

  • Page 93: Sun Visor/grab Handle

    SuN VISOR/GRAB HANDLE Sun visor Grab handle 7 Vanity mirror (depending on the vehicle) Pivot sun visor 1 or 5 against the wind- This offers support and can be held The passenger sun blind is fitted with screen. when the vehicle is being driven. a courtesy mirror 6 on the passenger Do not use it for getting into or out of side.

  • Page 94: Cigar Lighter

    ASHTRAYS/CIGAR LIGHTER/ACCESSORIES SOCKET Ashtray It can be housed in either position 2 or 4. Lift cover 3 to open. Remove the ashtray to empty it. Cigar lighter 1 With the ignition on, push in the cigar lighter 1. It will spring back with a click when it is ready.

  • Page 95: Passenger Compartment Storage Space And Fittings

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (1/2) Passenger side glove box Storage compartment 2 This glove box can be used to store A4 format documents. (or passenger air bag location) Pull handle 1 to open it. Inside the cover, there are two storage spaces for pens and maps.

  • Page 96

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE SPACE AND FITTINGS (2/2) Centre console storage Front door storage Front seat storage compartment 3 compartments 4 compartments 5 (or radio location) Ensure that no hard, heavy or pointed objects are Nothing should be placed placed in the “open” storage on the floor area in front of compartments in such a the driver as such objects...

  • Page 97: Rear Headrests

    REAR HEADRESTS Adjusting the height of the To remove headrest B To refit headrests A and B headrests A Simultaneously press the tabs on Insert the rods into the holes, press the Press the tab on catch 1 on each of the catches 2 and 3 on each of the head- tabs on both rods and lower the head- rods on headrest A and simultaneously...

  • Page 98: Rear Bench Seat: Functions

    REAR BENCH SEAT: functions To reposition the seatback Raise the seatbacks. Check the seatbacks are correctly locked in position. – When returning the seatback to its normal position, make sure that it is properly locked at the top. To fold down the seatback –...

  • Page 99: Manual Control

    LuGGAGE COMPARTMENT, TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LuGGAGE COMPARTMENT Transporting objects in the luggage compartment Always position the objects transported so that the largest surface is against: – The back of the rear bench seat, for normal loading. – The front seats for maximum loads. Ensure that the load is evenly distrib- uted over the largest possible loading surface to prevent damage to the ve-...

  • Page 100: Roof Bars

    ROOF BARS Access to the mounting Roof bars 3 points (depending on the vehicle) Luggage can be transported on the roof (depending on the vehicle) rack mounted on the roof bars. Open the doors. Behind seal 2 are For information on the range of equipment adapted to your ve- blanking bolts 1 which protect the hicle, we advise you to consult...

  • Page 101: Rear Parcel Shelf

    REAR PARCEL SHELF Removal Lift rear parcel shelf 2 slightly and pull it towards you. Unhook the two cords 1 (tailgate side). To refit it, proceed in reverse order to removal. Do not place any objects, especially heavy or hard objects, on the parcel shelf.

  • Page 102

    3.22...

  • Page 103

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

  • Page 104: Bonnet

    BONNET (1/2) Opening the bonnet To open the bonnet, pull the handle 1. Lift the bonnet, release stay 4 from its Unlocking the bonnet catch holder; for your safety, always fix it in location 5. To unlock, raise the bonnet slightly and release hook 2 by pushing tab 3 to the left.

  • Page 105: Closing The Bonnet

    BONNET (2/2) Check that the bonnet is properly closed and ensure that nothing is obstruct- Closing the bonnet ing the catch (gravel, cloth, etc.). Before closing the bonnet, check to make sure that nothing has been left in the engine compartment. To close the bonnet, replace stay 4 back into its holder 5, hold the bonnet in the middle and lower it to 20 cm above...

  • Page 106: Engine Oil Level: General Information

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL: general information It is normal for an engine to use oil for lubrication and cooling of moving parts and it is sometimes necessary to top up the level between oil changes. However, contact your approved dealer if more than 0.5 litres is being con- Exceeding the maximum engine sumed every 600 miles (1,000 km) after oil level...

  • Page 107: Engine Oil Level: Topping Up/filling

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL: topping up/filling (1/2) 1.4 – 1.6 Topping up/filling – Unscrew cap 2; – 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 dipstick 1 is (for instance, before the engine is between 1.5 and 2 litres, depending...

  • Page 108: Engine Oil Change

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL: topping up/filling (2/2) Oil change Resetting the alert after an oil Engine oil change: if you change Service interval: refer are changing the oil when (depending on the vehicle) Maintenance Service Booklet for your the engine is hot, be careful vehicle.

  • Page 109: Levels

    LEVELS (1/3) Topping up Level It is normal for the level to drop as the After any operation on the hydraulic cir- brake shoes become worn, but it must cuit, a specialist must replace the fluid. never drop lower than the “MINI" warn- Only use fluids approved by the ing line shown on brake fluid reser- Technical Department and which have...

  • Page 110: Windscreen Washer Reservoir

    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 111: Power-assisted Steering Fluid Reservoir

    LEVELS (3/3) Power-assisted steering fluid reservoir 4 or 5 Level: for a correct level when cold, with the engine switched off and on level ground, it must be visible between Consult an approved dealer at once the “MINI" and “MAXI" marks on reser- if you notice an abnormal or re- voir 4 or 5.

  • Page 112: Filters

    FILTERS The replacement of filter elements (air If clogging level indicator 2 reaches filter, passenger compartment filter, 100%, consult an approved dealer as diesel filter, etc.) is scheduled in the soon as possible to have the filter re- maintenance operations for your vehi- placed.

  • Page 113: Tyre Pressure

    TyRE PRESSURE Tyre safety and use of snow chains Refer to the information on “Tyres” in Section 5 for details of the main- tenance conditions and, depending on the vehicle version, the use of chains. Special note For vehicles used fully laden (maximum permissible all-up...

  • Page 114: Battery

    BATTERy Battery requiring maintenance Checking intervals: Every six months, open cover 1. Remove the caps and check the level. Liquid Distilled or demineralised water to 1.5 cm above the plates. Never add electrolyte or other products. Replacing the battery As this operation is complex, we advise you to contact an approved dealer.

  • Page 115: Bodywork Maintenance

    BODyWORK MAINTENANCE (1/3) you should not: A well-maintained vehicle will have a – Use hard brushes to clean alloy longer service life. It is therefore ad- wheels. These can scratch or – Degrease or clean mechanical com- visable to maintain the vehicle exterior damage the wheel’s protective coat- ponents, underneath the body, parts regularly.

  • Page 116

    BODyWORK MAINTENANCE (2/3) you should – Wash your vehicle frequently with – salt deposited in the wheel arches the engine off, using shampoo ap- and underneath the body after – Respect local regulations about proved by our Technical Department driving in areas where the roads washing vehicles (e.g.

  • Page 117

    BODyWORK MAINTENANCE (3/3) – After cleaning your vehicle, check – Remember to visit the body shop pe- the brakes while driving at low speed riodically in order to maintain your to ensure that the braking efficiency anticorrosion warranty. Refer to the has not been reduced by the water.

  • Page 118: Interior Trim Maintenance

    INTERIOR TRIM MAINTENANCE (1/2) Glass instrument panel Fabrics (seats, door trim, A well-maintained vehicle will have a longer service life. It is therefore ad- (e.g.: instrument panel, clock, exterior etc.) visable to maintain the vehicle interior temperature display, radio display). Dust fabrics regularly.

  • Page 119

    INTERIOR TRIM MAINTENANCE (2/2) Removing/refitting factory What you should not do fitted removable equipment You are strongly advised not to place in the vehicle items such as air fresheners, perfume etc. near the air vents as these could If you need to remove equipment to damage the dashboard fittings.

  • Page 120

    4.18...

  • Page 121: Practical Advice

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

  • Page 122: Tools

    TOOLS Accessing the tools Towing hitch 1 Wheelbrace 2 (depending on the vehicle) The tools are stored in the luggage Refer to the information on “Towing: compartment. breakdown” in Section 5. This is used to tighten/loosen the wheel bolts and, depending on the vehicle, to The presence of the tools depends on access the emergency spare wheel.

  • Page 123: Puncture

    PUNCTURE Emergency spare wheel This is stored in cage 3 under the floor at the rear of the vehicle. To access it: – Open the tailgate. – Undo nut 1 with the wheelbrace found in the luggage compartment; refer to the information on “Tools” in this section;...

  • Page 124: Tyre Inflation Kit

    TYRE INFLATION 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 125

    TYRE INFLATION KIT (2/3) – press switch 5 to inflate the tyre to the recommended pressure (check the label affixed to the edge of the driver’s door); – after a maximum of 5 minutes, stop inflating and read the pressure (on the pressure gauge 4);...

  • Page 126

    TYRE INFLATION KIT (3/3) – affix driving recommendation – if the pressure is above 1.3 bar but label 10 to the dashboard where it lower than the recommended pres- can easily be seen by the driver; sure, readjust it (refer to the label –...

  • Page 127: Wheel Trims/wheels

    WHEEL TRIM/WHEELS (1/2) Wheel trim with concealed Central clipped wheel trim wheel bolts with concealed wheel bolts Remove the wheel trim using the Remove the wheel trim using hubcap hubcap tool 1, by inserting the tool into tool 1, inserting the tool into valve valve recess 2.

  • Page 128

    WHEEL TRIM/WHEELS (2/2) Central wheel trim with Central wheel trim with Central wheel trim with concealed wheel bolts concealed wheel bolts visible wheel bolts 9 Remove the wheel trim using the Remove it using hubcap tool 1, insert- To remove it without removing the hubcap tool by inserting tool 6 into ing the tool into recess 8 provided.

  • Page 129: Changing A Wheel

    CHANGING A WHEEL (1/2) Present the jack horizontally, the jack Switch on the hazard warn- head must slide in the lower slot in the ing lights. body, as close as possible to the wheel concerned. Keep the vehicle away from traffic and on a level sur- Crank up the jack 1 by hand to align the face where it will not slip (if neces-...

  • Page 130

    CHANGING A WHEEL (2/2) Turn the wheelbrace until the wheel lifts off the ground. Remove the bolts. 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.

  • Page 131: Tyres (tyre And Wheel Safety, Use In Winter)

    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 132: 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 133

    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 Snow chains must be fitted to the your vehicle retains maximum adhe- front wheels. sion. Warning: These tyres sometimes have a specific direction of rotation and a maximum speed index which may be lower than the maximum...

  • Page 134

    FRONT LIGHTS: changing bulbs Front side light Remove bulb holder 4 to access the bulb. Bulb type: W5W. To comply with local legislation, or as a precaution, you can obtain an emergency kit containing a set of spare bulbs and fuses from an ap- proved dealer.

  • Page 135: Fog Lights

    FOG LIGHTS: changing bulbs Additional lights If you wish to fit fog lights or long range headlights to your vehicle, consult an approved dealer. Front fog lights 1 Consult an approved dealer. Bulb type: H11. Any operation on (or modi- fication to) the electrical system must be performed by an approved Dealer...

  • Page 136

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (1/2) Remove screw 1 and detach the rear Detach the foam 2. 4 Side light and brake light light cluster from the outside. Pear-shaped, bayonet type bulb with Carefully unclip the bulb holder by two P 21/5 W filaments. pressing on the tabs 3.

  • Page 137: Number Plate Light

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (2/2) High-level brake light 7 Number plate light 10 Turn the bulb holder 9 a quarter of a turn, release it and take out the bulb. The bulb for the high-level brake light 7 Release it using a flat-blade screw- may be accessed through the luggage Bulb type: P 21 W.

  • Page 138

    INDICATOR LIGHTS: changing bulbs Unclip the indicator light 1 (using a flat- Turn bulb holder 2 a quarter of a turn blade screwdriver or similar). and take out the bulb. Bulb type with white indicator light: WY5W. Bulb type with orange indicator light: W5W.

  • Page 139: Courtesy Light

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (1/3) Courtesy light Remove the bulb concerned. Bulb type 2: W5W. Unclip lens 1 using a flat-blade screw- driver or similar. Remove the bulb concerned. The bulbs are under pres- sure and can break when replaced. Risk of injury.

  • Page 140

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (2/3) Glove box light Press tab 4 to release lens 6 and access bulb 5. (depending on vehicle) Bulb type: W5W. Unclip light 3 using a flat-blade screw- driver or similar, by pressing on the tab to move the light towards the inside of the unit.

  • Page 141: Luggage Compartment Light

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (3/3) Luggage compartment light Press tab 7 to release lens 9 and access bulb 8. Unclip light 6 using a flat-blade screw- Bulb type: W5W. driver or similar, by pressing on the tab to move the light towards the inside of the luggage compartment.

  • Page 142: Fuses

    FUSES (1/3) Passenger compartment fuses Tweezers 2 Fuses in engine compartment B Some functions are protected by fuses If any electrical component does not Disconnect the fuse using tweezers 2, located in the engine compartment work, check the condition of the fuses. on the back of flap A.

  • Page 143

    FUSES (2/3) Allocation of fuses (the presence of certain fuses DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT LEVEL) Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Central locking of doors ḽ Electric front windows and tailgate î Radio Interior lighting Rear screen de-icing ß Ù...

  • Page 144

    FUSES (3/3) Allocation of fuses (the presence of certain fuses DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT LEVEL) Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Left-hand main beam Engine immobiliser headlight Left-hand dipped beam Ë Reversing light headlight Right-hand dipped Power-assisted steering beam headlight Right-hand side light Automatic gearbox ...

  • Page 145: 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 146

    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 147: Battery

    RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: battery Replacing the battery Replace battery 3 according to the di- rection marked on the cover. Unscrew screw 1 then unclip cover 2. Note: It is not advisable to touch the electronic circuit in the key cover when replacing the battery.

  • Page 148: 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 149: Towing: Breakdown

    TOWING: breakdown (1/2) Towing procedure The steering wheel must be un- locked and the ignition key must be in position M (ignition on) to pro- vide stop lights and hazard warning lights on the towed vehicle. Always switch on the lights when driving at night.

  • Page 150: Automatic Gearbox

    TOWING: breakdown (2/2) Towing a vehicle with an automatic gearbox With the engine switched off, the trans- mission is no longer lubricated. It is preferable to tow this type of vehicle on a trailer or tow it with the front wheels off the ground.

  • Page 151: Towing Equipment

    TOWING equipment A = 701.2 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 operate the towing equipment. Please keep these instructions with the rest of the vehicle documenta- tion.

  • Page 152: Fitting A Radio

    FITTING A RADIO Radio location 1 Location for front speaker 2 Location for rear speaker 3 If your vehicle is not fitted with an audio Unclip cover 2 using a flat-blade screw- Unclip cover 3 using a flat-blade screw- system, one can be fitted and locations driver or similar.

  • Page 153: Accessories

    ACCESSORIES Before fitting an electrical or If you are using an anti-theft electronic device (particu- device, only attach it to the larly for transmitters/receiv- brake pedal. ers: frequency bandwidth, power level, position of the aerial etc.), ensure that it is compatible with your vehicle.

  • Page 154: Operating Faults

    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 155

    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 156

    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. Refer to the information on “Special Smoke may be caused by features of diesel versions”...

  • Page 157

    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 158

    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 159: Technical Specifications

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

  • Page 160: Vehicle Identification Plates

    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION PLATES XXXXX Quote the details given on identifica- 6 Technical specifications of the ve- tion plate A on all letters or orders. hicle. Vehicle identification plate A 7 Vehicle paint reference. 1 Vehicle type and chassis number. 8 Equipment level. 2 Maximum permissible all-up...

  • Page 161

    ENGINE IDENTIFICATION PLATES The information shown on the ve- hicle identification plate should be quoted on all correspondence or orders. B – Engine plate or engine label (Location varies depending on engine) 1 Engine type 2 Engine suffix 3 Engine number...

  • Page 162: Engine Specifications

    ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS Versions 1.2 16V 1.6 16V 1.5 dCi Engine type K9K Turbo (see engine plate) Cubic capacity (cc) 1,149 1,390 1,598 1,461 Type of fuel It is essential that you use unleaded petrol of the octane rating stated on Diesel.

  • Page 163: Dimensions

    DIMENSIONS (in metres) 1.480 - 1.494 0.781 2.589 0.650 0.785 2.588 0.651 1.746 - 1.753 4.020 - 4.024 1.534(*) 1.546(*) 1.470 - 1.483 (*) Unladen...

  • Page 164

    WEIGHTS (in kg) The weights indicated for a basic vehicle without options: they vary depending on the your vehicle’s equipment. Consult your approved Dealer. Maximum permissible all-up weight (MMAC) Weights are indicated on the vehicle identification plate (refer to Maximum permissible all-up weight (MMTA) the information on “Vehicle identification plates”...

  • Page 165

    SPARE 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 166: Service Sheets

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

  • Page 167

    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 168

    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 169

    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 170

    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 171

    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 172: Anticorrosion Check

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (1/5) 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: 6.14...

  • Page 173

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (2/5) 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 174

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (3/5) 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 175

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (4/5) 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 176

    ANTICORROSION CHECk (5/5) 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 177: Alphabetical Index

    AlphAbeticAl index (1/4) changing gear ............2.14 → 2.16 ABS ................ 2.12 – 2.13 child booster seat ..........1.21 → 1.23 accessories................ 5.33 child restraint/seat ..........1.21 → 1.31 accessories - installation ........... 5.33 child safety..........1.2, 1.6, 1.21 → 1.31 accessories socket ............3.14 child seats..............1.21 → 1.31 adjusting your driving position ......1.11 → 1.14, 3.17 children .............. 1.5 – 1.6, 1.14 advice on antipollution ...........5.22 → 5.24 cigar lighter ................

  • Page 178

    AlphAbeticAl index (2/4) engine oil grade ............4.5 – 4.6 engine specifications ............6.4 handbrake................2.11 environment ................. 2.9 hazard warning lights signal ..........1.52 headlight beam adjustment ..........1.51 headlight flashers .............. 1.52 faults headrest..............1.8, 3.17 operating faults ..........5.34 → 5.38 heating and air conditioning system ....3.2 → 3.5, 3.9 filter ..................

  • Page 179

    AlphAbeticAl index (3/4) lights ..............1.49 → 1.51 power-assisted steering pump..........4.9 additional ..............5.15 practical advice .......1.58, 5.2 – 5.3, 5.7 → 5.38 adjustment ..............1.51 puncture............. 5.3, 5.9 – 5.10 lights: adjusting ..............1.51 radio brake lights ............5.16 – 5.17 fitting a radio ..............5.32 dipped beam headlights ........1.49, 5.14 radio frequency remote control/key direction indicators ..........

  • Page 180

    AlphAbeticAl index (4/4) storage compartments ..........3.15 – 3.16 sun visor ................3.13 warning buzzer ..............1.50 warning lights............1.40 → 1.48 washing ..............4.13 → 4.15 tailgate ..............3.19, 3.21 weight .................. 6.6 tanks and reservoirs weights ................6.6 brake fluid ..............4.7 wheelbrace ................5.2 coolant ................

  • Page 183

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  • Linda Bestwick Feb 09, 2017 08:27:
    I would like user informatio​n in English for the Sav nav and reversing instructio​ns, all are in Turkish can the language be chhanged
  • M. Parvinchi Jan 09, 2017 09:27:
    Dear Sir,

    my question is that, how can i access to the spare wheel?
    in my car (Sandro SW) the spare wheel is located in underneath the rear compartmen​t.
    There is nothing in this manual to show me how i can remove the spare whell, with what tools.
    it would be appreciate​d if you could give me some hint. my email address is:
    mohamm​ad.parvinc​hi@gmail.c​om

    Regards
    ​M. Parvinchi
  • Ricky Jun 24, 2015 11:09:
    Has the Renault Sendero have a spare wheel and where is it located?

    ​Thanks.