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    TRAFIC 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

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

  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

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

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    TYRE PRESSURES (in bar, when cold) Tyre dimensions 195/65R 16 C 205/65 R 16 C 215/65 R 16 C 195/75 R 16 C (original fittings) Wheel sizes 6 J 16 Front Rear Emergency spare wheel Tyre safety and use of snow chains Refer to the information on “Tyres”...

  • Page 7: Table Of Contents

    Section 1: Getting to know your vehicle Key – Remote control – Deadlocking ..........Doors .

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    KEY/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: general information (1/2) Key A Radio frequency remote Radio frequency remote control B control C 1 Key for ignition switch, doors and fuel filler cap. 2 Unlocking the front doors or all doors 4 Locking/unlocking the tailgate and and tailgate.

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    KEY/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: general information (2/2) The remote control operating range This varies according to the environ- ment: therefore take care when han- dling the remote control that you do not inadvertently lock or unlock the doors. For replacement, additional keys Note: on certain vehicles, if a door or remote controls, contact an ap- is not opened within approximately...

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    KEY/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: use (1/2) Door locking/unlocking Press the remote control for approxi- mately one second to lock (side E) or unlock (side D). The side indicator lights and hazard warning lights flash twice to indicate that the doors have been locked. Note: depending on the vehicle, if either a door or the tailgate is open or not properly closed, the hazard warning...

  • Page 11: Unlocking The Doors, Locking The Doors

    KEY/RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: use (2/2) Unlocking the doors A short press on button 2 unlocks the front doors and, depending on the vehi- cle, the sliding side doors. Pressing and holding button 2 unlocks all the doors and the tailgate. A short press on button 1 locks/unlocks the tailgate and, depending on the vehi- cle, the sliding side doors.

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    DEADLOCKING Deadlocking of the doors and To activate deadlocking, press button A on the remote control unit tailgate twice. (for some countries) The hazard warning lights flash five This allows you to lock the doors and times to indicate locking. tailgate and to prevent the doors from being unlocked with the interior handles Special note: deadlocking is not pos-...

  • Page 13: Doors

    INTERIOR ELECTRIC DOOR LOCKING CONTROL From inside with the electric central locking 1 This enables all the doors to be locked simultaneously. To lock, press the switch on the side with the padlock symbol. Driver’s responsibility If you decide to keep the doors locked when you are driving, remember that it may be more difficult for those as-...

  • Page 14: Automatic Locking When Driving

    AUTOMATIC LOCKING WHEN DRIVING You must first decide if you want to Operating faults activate this function. If you notice that the system is not oper- To activate ating correctly (automatic locking does not take place), first check that all the With the ignition on, press central door doors have been properly closed.

  • Page 15: Manual Locking

    FRONT DOORS (1/2) Manual locking (depending on vehicle) With the door closed, lock the door by pressing button 3. Opening from the outside Opening from the inside Unlock the driver’s door 2 using the key Pull lever 4. or, for vehicles fitted with the system, use the remote control system.

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    FRONT DOORS (2/2) Lights-on warning buzzer If you have left the lights switched on after switching off the ignition, a warn- ing buzzer will sound when a front door is opened (to prevent the battery run- ning down, etc.). Driver’s responsibility when parking or stopping the vehicle Never leave an animal,...

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    SLIDING SIDE DOORS (1/2) Opening from the outside Opening from the inside Unlock the front door using the key, or, Pull lever 3 towards the rear and open for vehicles fitted with the system, use the sliding door until it locks into posi- the remote control unit.

  • Page 18: Child Safety

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

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    HINGED REAR DOORS (1/3) Opening from the outside Press handle 2 and open the second door. Unlock the rear door using the key or, for vehicles fitted with the system, use the remote control system. Pull lever 1 towards you and open the door. If the vehicle is parked on the hard shoulder with tail- gate open, the rear lights...

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    HINGED REAR DOORS (2/3) Opening the doors to the Closing from the outside maximum position Return the doors to an almost-closed position and slam them shut. For each door, pull handle 3 to release the door tie-rod 4. Open the door as far as possible.

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    HINGED REAR DOORS (3/3) Opening from the inside Closing from the inside Pull handle 5 and open the door. Close the door using handle 6, then close the second door. Move lever 6 and open the second door. For your safety, check that Do not leave the hinged all the vehicle’s doors are rear doors open in case of...

  • Page 22: Tailgate

    TAILGATE To close The tailgate locks and unlocks at the same time as the doors. Lower the tailgate, initially using the in- terior handle 2 to assist you. To open When the tailgate has been lowered to Press button 1 and lift the tailgate. shoulder height, release handle 2 and finish closing the tailgate by pressing down on the tailgate from the outside.

  • Page 23: Anti-intrusion Alarm

    ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM (1/2) This protects the vehicle by performing the following functions: – volumetric protection of the front passenger compartment using an ultrasound field; – protection of the passenger com- partment perimeter; – protection of the rear load area and bonnet; –...

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    ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM (2/2) Activating the alarm function Deactivating the alarm The alarm is set when the doors are function locked with the remote control. The alarm, even when triggered, stops: This is signalled by the hazard warn- ing lights flashing twice. –...

  • Page 25: Front Seats

    FRONT SEATS ð Heated seats With the ignition on, press switch 5 for the seat required and an in- dicator light will come on. The system, which has a thermostat, decides whether or not the heating is needed. To move forwards or backwards To adjust the driver’s seat lumbar support: turn control knob 3.

  • Page 26: Headrests

    HEADRESTS To put the headrest back in place Insert the rods into the sleeves. Lower the headrest until it locks in po- sition. 13317 To raise or lower the headrest Pull the headrest towards you and slide it up or down at the same time. To remove the headrest Raise the headrest until it is at the high- est possible setting.

  • Page 27: Steering Wheel, Power-assisted Steering

    STEERING WHEEL/POWER-ASSISTED STEERING Power-assisted steering If you have power-assisted steering fitted, do not leave the steering wheel at full lock while stationary as this may damage the pump. Steering wheel Height and reach adjustment. Pull lever 1 and move the steering wheel to the required position.

  • Page 28: Seat Belts

    FRONT SEAT BELTS (1/2) Always wear your seat belt when trav- Before starting, first adjust your driv- elling in your vehicle. You must also ing position, then ask all occupants comply with the legislation of the par- to adjust their seat belts to ensure ticular country you are in.

  • Page 29: Warning Light

    FRONT SEAT BELTS (2/2) ç Front seat belt reminder warning light This light is lit when the vehicle is started, then, if the driver’s seat belt is not fastened when the vehicle reaches a speed of approximately 10 mph (16 km/h), it flashes and a beep sounds for approximately 90 seconds.

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    REAR SEAT BELTS (1/2) Rear side seat belts Conditions of use Access to the last row Before using the rear side seat belts, To facilitate access to the last row – For the first row of rear seats, you make sure that for each one, fixed of seats, detach the seat belt of the must use seat belts 1;...

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    REAR SEAT BELTS (2/2) Centre seat belts Unwind the seat belt slowly until the buckle locks in catch 5. Make sure that the rear bench seats are locked in position properly so that the Rear seat functions seat belts will operate effi- ciently.

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    SEAT BELTS 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: belts, seats and their mountings. For special operations (e.g. fitting child seats) contact an authorised dealer. –...

  • Page 33: Methods Of Restraint In Addition To The Front Seat Belts

    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (1/4) Depending on the vehicle, they are – Have the entire restraint composed of: system checked following – pretensioners, an accident. – force limiter, – No operation whatso- ever is permitted on any part of –...

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    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (2/4) Air bags for driver and front Each air bag system consists of: passenger – an air bag and gas generator fitted on the steering wheel for the driver An air bag may be provided for both the and in the dashboard for the front driver and the front passenger.

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    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS (3/4) Operating faults Warning light 2 will light up on the in- strument panel when the ignition is switched on and then go out after a few seconds. If it does not light up when the ignition is switched on, or comes on when the engine is running, there is a fault in the system.

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

  • Page 37: Side Protection Devices

    SIDE PROTECTION DEVICES Side air bags They can be fitted to the front seats. They are triggered at the side of the seats (door side) to protect the oc- cupants in the event of a severe side impact. A marking on the side of the seat draws your attention to this.

  • Page 38: 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 39: Methods Of Restraint In Addition To Rear Seat Belts

    METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO REAR SEAT BELTS Force limiter Depending on the vehicle, they are – Have the entire restraint composed of: Above a certain level of impact force, system checked following – pretensioners integrated into the this mechanism is used to limit the force an accident.

  • Page 40: Child Safety: General Information

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

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

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

  • Page 43: Choosing A Child Seat Mounting

    CHILD SAFETY: Choosing a child seat mounting Attachment using the ISOFIX There are two ways of attaching child seats: using the seat belt or using the system ISOFIX system. Authorised ISOFIX child seats are ap- proved in accordance with regulation Attachment via the seat belt ECE-R44 in one of the three following The seat belt must be adjusted to...

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    CHILD SAFETY: Choosing a child seat mounting (continued) – Place the headrest in the top position or remove it; – pass belt 3 (supplied with the seat) between the two rear headrest rods; – the hook 4 must be fitted to the ring 5 located in the luggage com- partment;...

  • Page 45: Fitting A Child Seat

    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (1/24) Fitting child seats In the front seat Child safety The laws concerning children travel- A carrycot can be installed across the Some seats are not suitable for fitting ling in the front passenger seat differ in vehicle and will take up at least two child seats.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (2/24) ³ 2-seater van Check the status of the air bag before fitting a child seat or al- lowing a passenger to use the seat. Child seat attached using the belt ¬ Seat which allows a seat with “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (3/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. Two or three-seater van versions Front passenger seat(s) (2) Type of child seat Weight of the child With two-seater bench seat With single...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (4/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the ap- plicable regulations are respected. 5-seater Combi version Front Rear seat, Weight of Size of Rear seat, Rear centre Type of child seat...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (5/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (6/24) 5-seater combi Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (7/24) 6-seater combi Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (8/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 6-seater Combi version Front seat Rear seat Size of Weight of Type of child seat ISOFIX side...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (9/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (10/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the ap- plicable regulations are respected. 4-seater Bus version Rear seat Size of Front Weight of Type of child seat ISOFIX passenger...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (11/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (12/24) 4-seater Bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (13/24) 7-seater Bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (14/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 7-seater Bus version Rear seat Size of Front Weight of 2nd row 3rd row Type of child seat...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (15/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (16/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the ap- plicable regulations are respected. 8-seater Bus version Front seat Rear seat Size of Weight of side 2nd row 3rd row...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (17/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (18/24) 8-seater bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (19/24) 8-seater combi/bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (20/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the applica- ble regulations are respected. 8-seater Bus/Combi version Rear seat Size of Front Weight of 2nd row Type of child seat ISOFIX...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (21/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (22/24) The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the following pages, to ensure the ap- plicable regulations are respected. 9-seater Bus/Combi version Front seat Rear seat Size of Weight of side 2nd row Type of child seat...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (23/24) 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. UD = Seat which only allows a rear-facing standardised “Universal”...

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    CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat (24/24) 9-seater combi/bus Child seat attached using the ISOFIX mounting ü Seat which allows an ISOFIX child seat to be fitted. ± The rear seats are fitted with an anchorage point which allows a forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with universal approval to be fitted.

  • Page 69: Deactivating Front Passenger Air Bags, Deactivating/activating The Front Passenger Airbag

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (1/3) DANGER Since operation of the front passenger air bag is not compatible with the position of a rear-facing child seat, NEVER fit a rear-facing child seat on a front passenger seat with an active front air bag.

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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...

  • Page 71: Operating Faults

    CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag (3/3) DANGER Since operation of the front passenger air bag is not compatible with the position of a rear-facing child seat, NEVER fit a rear-facing child seat on a front passenger seat with an active front air bag.

  • Page 72: Driving Position

    DRIVING POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) 10 11 12 13 26 25 24 20 19 1.66...

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    DRIVING POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE (2/2) The presence of the equipment described below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY. 1 Location for ashtray or cup-holder. 10 Storage compartment or navigation 22 Gear lever. system. 2 Side air vent. 23 Accessories socket or cigar lighter. 11 Location for: 3 Stalk for: 24 Ignition switch.

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (1/2) 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 25 24 23 20 19 1.68...

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    DRIVER’S POSITION, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (2/2) The presence of the equipment described below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY. 1 Location for ashtray or cup-holder. 11 Stalk for: 20 Ignition switch. – direction indicator lights; 2 Side air vent. 21 Steering wheel rake adjuster. –...

  • Page 76: Warning Lights, Instrument Panel

    WARNING LIGHTS (1/3) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. á Front fog light tell-tale Main beam headlight telltale Rear fog light tell-tale light Dipped beam headlight tell- tale Indicator light for left-hand direction indicators Indicator light for right-hand direction indicators...

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    WARNING LIGHTS (2/3) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Warning light STOP light Handbrake on and brake cir- © ® This comes on when the igni- This comes on when the igni- cuit incident warning light tion is switched on and goes out after tion is switched on and goes out after...

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    WARNING LIGHTS (3/3) The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. ù ç Electronic Stability Program Seat belt reminder light (ESP) and traction control It remains lit when the engine (ASR) indicator light. is started, then when the seat belt is There are several reasons why the light not fastened and the vehicle reaches may come on: refer to the information...

  • Page 79

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (1/2) Rev counter 1 (graduations ×100) Speedometer 2 (mph or km/h) Overspeed buzzer Depending on the vehicle, a buzzer sounds for approximately 10 seconds every 40 seconds, as long as the ve- hicle is travelling in excess of 72 mph (120 km/h).

  • Page 80

    DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (2/2) When the minimum level is reached, the first bar lights up C, alongside the warning light (a fuel pump) on the in- strument panel. Total mileage recorder, clock (except vehicles with chronotachograph) and trip mileage recorder. This can be read for approximately 30 seconds after the ignition has been switched on.

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    TRIP COMPUTER: general information (1/2) Selection key 1 on display A Press button 1 to repeatedly to scroll through the following information: a) Total mileage and trip mileage re- corder, b) journey parameters: – fuel consumed; – average fuel consumption; –...

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    TRIP COMPUTER: general information (2/2) Interpreting some of the Automatic resetting of the values displayed after journey parameters resetting Resetting occurs automatically when the maximum value of any of the pa- The values showing average fuel con- rameters is exceeded. sumption, range and average speed will become more stable and reliable the further you travel after pressing the...

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    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: journey parameters (1/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected a) Total mileage and trip mileage recorder. FUEL USED b) Journey parameters 541km Fuel consumed since the last reset.

  • Page 84: On-board Computer

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: journey parameters (2/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of Interpreting the display selected selections RANGE Estimated range with remaining fuel - - - - KM This range takes into account the average fuel consumption since the last time the reset button was pressed.

  • Page 85

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: journey parameters (3/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected SERVICE IN c) Distance before service 13770KM Distance/time remaining until the next service (displayed in miles [or kilometres] and months), then when the service nears, several scenarios are possible: –...

  • Page 86

    ON-BOARD COMPUTER: journey parameters (4/4) The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY. Examples of selections Interpreting the display selected SPEED LIMITER 70KM/H d) Cruise control/speed limiter programmed speed (depending on the vehicle). Refer to the information on the “Cruise control/speed limiter” in Section 2. CRUISE CONTROL 70KM/H e) On-board log...

  • Page 87

    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: information messages These can help in the vehicle starting phase, or give information about a selection or a driving status. Examples of information messages are given in the following pages. Examples of messages Interpretation of messages ESP OFF Indicates that you have deactivated the ASR function.

  • Page 88

    TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: operating fault messages © These appear with the warning light and mean that you should drive very carefully to an approved dealer as soon as possible. If you fail to follow this recommendation, you risk damaging your vehicle. ©...

  • Page 89

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

  • Page 90: Clock And Exterior Temperature

    CLOCK AND EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE (1/2) Press and hold the button to enter the hour setting mode. When only the hours are flashing, press the button briefly to scroll through the hours. Confirm by pressing and holding the button on stalk 2. When only the minutes are flashing, press button 2 briefly to scroll through the minutes.

  • Page 91

    CLOCK AND EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE (2/2) External temperature indicator Special note: When the external temperature is be- tween –3°C and +3°C, the °C charac- ters flash (indicates risk of ice forma- tion). Resetting the clock 3 The time and external temperature appear on display 3.

  • Page 92: Rear-view Mirrors, Rear View Mirrors

    REAR VIEW MIRRORS Interior rear view mirror Door mirrors Electrically-adjustable door mirrors The interior rear view mirror is adjust- Push mirror 2 to position it. able. When driving at night, tilt small With the ignition on, move button 5: Mirror 3 is fixed. lever 1 to avoid being dazzled by the –...

  • Page 93: Exterior Lighting And Signals

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (1/3) Automatic operation (depending on vehicle) With the engine running, the dipped beam headlights are switched on or off automatically depending on the level of ambient light, without the need to oper- ate stalk 1 (position 0). This function can be deactivated or re- activated.

  • Page 94: Rear Fog Lights, Front Fog Lights

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (2/3) á Main beam headlights Rear fog lights With stalk 1 in dipped beam headlights Turn the centre ring 3 of stalk 1 until the position, move the stalk towards you. symbol is opposite mark 4. When the main beam headlights are lit Operation of the fog lights depends on up, an indicator light on the instrument...

  • Page 95

    EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (3/3) With the ignition off and the headlights off, pull stalk 1 towards you: the dipped beam headlights come on for approxi- mately thirty seconds. This action may be carried out no more than four times for a maximum lighting period of two minutes.

  • Page 96: Electric Beam Height Adjustment

    ELECTRIC BEAM HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT 100 m 50 m Control 1 allows you to adjust the height A Incorrect setting: the lights are set of the headlight beams. too high and could dazzle other drivers. Turn the control knob Turn control 1 to adjust the headlights downwards to lower the beam.

  • Page 97: Windscreen Wiper

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE (1/2) Windscreen wiper with Windscreen wiper automatic wiper function With the ignition on, move stalk 1 With the ignition on, move stalk 1 around the steering wheel: around the steering wheel: A Park A Park. B Automatic wiper function: when this B Intermittent wiping.

  • Page 98

    WINDSCREEN WASH/WIPE (2/2) When the vehicle is stationary, operat- ing stalk 1 overrides and cancels auto- matic operation. Note: if for any reason the wipers cannot move (eg. stuck to windscreen by ice), the system will automatically cut off the power supply to the wipers. Vehicles with automatic When working in the engine selection of wiping speed...

  • Page 99

    REAR SCREEN WASHER Before using the rear wiper, check Check the condition of the wiper that no objects are obstructing the blades. You are responsible for their travel of the blade. service life: In frosty weather, make sure that – they must remain clean: clean the wiper blades are not stuck by ice the blades, windscreen and (risk of motors overheating).

  • Page 100: Audible And Visual Signals

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

  • Page 101: Fuel Tank

    FUEL TANK (1/3) Fuel grade Fuel filler cap: this is spe- Use a high grade fuel that complies cific to the vehicle type. If with the standards currently in force in you have to replace it, make each country. sure the new cap is of the same type.

  • Page 102

    FUEL TANK (2/3) Filling with fuel Persistent smell of With the ignition switched off, insert the fuel nozzle so that the valve is open and If you notice a persistent fully insert the nozzle before engaging smell of fuel you should: it in order to fill the tank (risk of splash- back).

  • Page 103

    FUEL TANK (3/3) – operate priming bulb 6 until there are no more air bubbles in the fuel flow, – retighten bleed screw 5, – operate priming bulb 6 again, – depending on the vehicle, refit pro- tector 7. The engine can now be restarted. If the engine does not start after several attempts, contact an approved Dealer.

  • Page 104

    1.98...

  • Page 105

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

  • Page 106

    RUNNING IN/IGNITION SWITCH Petrol version “Ignition on” position M The ignition is switched on: For the first 600 miles (1,000 km), do 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 107: Starting The Engine

    STARTING/STOPPING THE ENGINE É Starting the engine Diesel injection Stopping the engine Turn the ignition key to the Vehicles fitted with the engine immo- With the engine idling, turn the key “on” position M and hold it in this posi- biliser system back to the “Stop”...

  • Page 108: 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 109: Special Features Of Diesel Versions

    SPECIAL FEATURES OF DIESEL VERSIONS Diesel engine speed Precautions to be taken in winter Diesel engines are fitted with injection To avoid faults in icy weather: equipment which prevents overrev- – ensure that the battery is always fully ving of the engine irrespective of the charged;...

  • Page 110

    SPECIAL FEATURES OF DIESEL VEHICLES FITTED WITH A PARTICLE FILTER As a guide, this type of cleaning should When driving, depending on the fuel take up to 20 minutes. grade used, it is possible that white © smoke may be emitted. If the warning light comes on to- This is due to the exhaust particle filter...

  • Page 111: Gear Lever

    GEAR LEVER/HANDBRAKE When stationary and de- pending on the slope and/or vehicle load, it may be nec- essary to pull up the hand- brake at least two extra notches and engage a gear (1 or reverse gear) for vehicles with a manual gearbox or position P for vehicles with an au- tomatic transmission.

  • Page 112: Engine Adjustments

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

  • Page 113

    ADVICE: antipollution, fuel economy and driving (2/3) Exhaust gas monitoring – Sporty driving uses a lot of fuel: drive with a light right foot. system – Brake as little as possible. If you an- The exhaust gas monitoring system will ticipate an obstacle or bend in ad- detect any operating faults in the vehi- vance, you may then simply release...

  • Page 114

    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 115

    This commitment is illustrated by the less fuel (eg. 140 g/km, equivalent to the vehicle components have been de- Renault eco² group signature. 5.3 l/100 km for a diesel vehicle). signed to enable them to be recycled. Our vehicles are also equipped with a...

  • Page 116

    DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES/AIDS (1/3) ABS (anti-lock braking Operating faults: Depending on the vehicle, this is com- posed of: system) © – the (anti-lock braking – lit on the instru- Under heavy braking, the ABS prevents system); ment panel along with the messages the wheels from locking, allowing the –...

  • Page 117: Electronic Stability Program

    DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES/AIDS (2/3) Electronic stability program Traction control (ASR) Operating faults ESP and traction control ASR This system helps to limit wheelspin of When the system detects an operat- the drive wheels and to control the ve- ing fault the message “check ESP” and ©...

  • Page 118: Emergency Brake Assist

    DRIVER CORRECTION DEVICES/AIDS (3/3) Operating faults Traction control (ASR) offers additional safety; it is recommended that you do When the system detects an operat- not drive with the function disabled. ing fault the message “check braking Correct this as soon as possible by system”...

  • Page 119

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: limiter function (1/3) Controls 1 Limit speed activation, storage and increase switch (+). 2 Limit speed activation, storage and recall (R). 3 Switch the function to standby (with limit speed stored) (O). 4 Limit speed activation, storage and decrease switch ( - ).

  • Page 120

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: limiter function (2/3) Varying the limit speed Limited speed cannot be maintained When driving down a steep gradient, The limit speed may be changed by re- the system is unable to maintain the peatedly pressing: limit speed: the stored speed will flash –...

  • Page 121

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: limiter function (3/3) Recalling the limit speed If a speed has been stored, it can be re- called by pressing switch 2 (R). Switching off the function The speed limiter function is deac- tivated if you press switch 5: in this case a speed is no longer stored.

  • Page 122

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (1/4) Controls 1 Cruising speed activation, storage and increase switch (+). 2 Cruising speed activation, storage and recall (R). 3 Switch the function to standby (with storage of governed cruising speed) (O). 4 Cruising speed activation, storage and decrease switch (–).

  • Page 123

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (2/4) Driving Once a cruising speed is stored and the cruise control function is active, you may lift your foot off the accelera- tor pedal. Switching on Activating cruise control  At a steady speed (above approxi- Press switch 5 on the side showing mately 20 mph (30 km/h)) press Indicator light 6 comes on, lit green,...

  • Page 124

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (3/4) Exceeding the cruising speed The cruising speed may be exceeded at any time by depressing the accelera- tor pedal. While it is being exceeded, the cruising speed flashes on the in- strument panel.

  • Page 125

    CRUISE CONTROL - SPEED LIMITER: cruise control function (4/4) Switching off the function Returning to the cruising speed If a speed is stored, it can be recalled, The cruise control function is deacti- once you are sure that the road condi- vated if you press switch 5: in this case tions are suitable (traffic, road surface, a speed is no longer stored.

  • Page 126: Selector Lever

    SEQUENTIAL GEARBOx (1/6) Note: the selector lever automatically returns to the centre position after use. Selector lever 1 Display – This allows you to shift directly from 2 Gear display first gear to reverse gear, to select 3 Snow mode reverse gear and neutral and to 4 Load mode change gear in manual mode.

  • Page 127

    SEQUENTIAL GEARBOx (2/6) Operation Starting Reverse gear (vehicle stationary) – Brake pedal depressed. Push the Switch on the ignition. Moving forwards (starting in neutral) selector lever towards the right and The display on the instrument panel The gear display shows N and A. to the rear as shown on the base switches on.

  • Page 128

    SEQUENTIAL GEARBOx (3/6) Operation in automatic mode Note: Automatic mode takes account of: Automatic mode is selected by default every time the ignition is switched on. – the position and speed of depression of the accelerator pedal to assess The letter A appears on the display. driving style and select the optimum The vehicle is controlled using the ac- gear,...

  • Page 129

    SEQUENTIAL GEARBOx (4/6) Operation in semiautomatic The system will not tolerate a series The vehicle will move off again: of up or down changes that cause the mode (manual) – either slowly, if you release the brake engine to underrev or overrev. without accelerating (e.g.

  • Page 130

    SEQUENTIAL GEARBOx (5/6) Special circumstances Parking Load position If you are driving with the vehicle Snow mode It is possible to park in gear (for exam- § loaded, press the switch on the ple, on a slope). When the vehicle is driven on a sur- dashboard.

  • Page 131

    SEQUENTIAL GEARBOx (6/6) Audible warning Operating faults – Your vehicle will not start: you can push the vehicle to start the engine, – If you hold the vehicle on a slope If this warning light comes on provided the battery is not flat (dis- for too long without applying the when the vehicle is in motion, play lit).

  • Page 132: 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 30 centi-...

  • Page 133

    PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL (2/2) Prolonged deactivation of the system You can deactivate the system for pro- longed periods by pressing the switch for longer than approximately three seconds. Once deactivated, the system can be reactivated by pressing the button again for longer than approximately three seconds.

  • Page 134

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  • Page 135: Your Comfort

    Section 3: Your comfort Air vents............... Air conditioning .

  • Page 136

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

  • Page 137

    AIR VENTS, air outlets (2/2) Air vents To remove bad odours from your ve- hicles, only use the systems designed Air flow for this purpose. Consult an approved Dealer. Move the control knob 1 (beyond the point of resistance). maximum air flow. closed.

  • Page 138

    AIR CONDITIONING (1/5) Adjusting the amount of air blown into the passenger compartment Turn control C. The passenger compartment is ven- tilated by blown air. The blower deter- mines how much air enters the passen- ger compartment, but vehicle speed also has some influence on this.

  • Page 139

    AIR CONDITIONING (2/5) Air recirculation control Recirculation allows: – isolating the vehicle from the exter- Press button B: operating tell-tale nal atmosphere (driving in polluted light B1 comes on. areas, etc.); Under these conditions, air is taken – the passenger compartment to be from the passenger compartment and brought to the desired temperature is recirculated, with no air being taken...

  • Page 140: Passenger Compartment

    AIR CONDITIONING (3/5) The air flow is distributed be- tween all the air vents, the front side window demisting air vents, the windscreen demisting vent and the footwells. Close the dashboard vents for more effective demisting. All the air is directed towards the wind- screen and front side window demist- ing vents.

  • Page 141

    AIR CONDITIONING (4/5) Air conditioning controls Button D switches the air conditioning on or off. The system cannot be switched on if control C is set to 0. Using the air conditioning system ena- bles you to: – lowering the temperature inside the passenger compartment;...

  • Page 142

    AIR CONDITIONING (5/5) If no cold air is produced In very hot weather or when the vehicle has been parked in the sun, open the Check that the controls are set correctly doors for a few moments to let the hot and that the fuses are sound.

  • Page 143: Automatic Climate Control

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (1/9) 12 Heated rear screen with demisting function and heated door mirrors (depending on vehicle). 13 Heated rear screen warning light. 14 Air recirculation control. Information and advice on use: refer to the end of the paragraph on “Heating/ air conditioning”.

  • Page 144: Automatic Mode

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (2/9) – press button 7 to increase the tem- perature; – press button 4 to decrease the tem- perature. Note: The maximum and minimum settings of 15°C and 27°C allow the system to produce a minimum or maxi- mum temperature, whatever the ambi- ent conditions.

  • Page 145

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (3/9) Ambient temperature: (automatic mode) (continued) Operation To reach and keep the chosen comfort level and to maintain good visibility, the system controls: – ventilation speed; – air distribution; The displayed temperature values show a comfort level. –...

  • Page 146

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (4/9) Adjusting automatic mode Automatic mode is the normal operat- ing mode of the system (AUTO warning light lit on display 5) but you may alter the selections made by the system (air distribution, etc.). These options are ex- plained on the following pages.

  • Page 147

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (5/9) ö The air flow is directed towards all the air vents and the pas- senger footwells. ó The air flow is directed mainly towards the footwells. õ Distribution of air in the All the air flow is directed to the demisting vents for the wind- passenger compartment screen and the side windows.

  • Page 148

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (6/9) Varying the ventilation speed In automatic mode, the system uses the most suitable amount of air to reach and maintain the desired comfort level. Automatic mode is switched off by pressing buttons 9 and 11. These buttons allow you to increase or decrease ventilation speed.

  • Page 149

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (7/9) Rear screen de-icing/ To exit this function, press button 12 again. Demisting automatically stops demisting by default. With the engine running, press button 12, and operating tell-tale 13 comes on. This function permits rapid demisting/ de-icing of the rear screen and de-icing of the door mirrors (on equipped vehi- cles).

  • Page 150

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (8/9) Note: if you wish to reduce the air flow (which may produce a certain amount of noise in the passenger compart- ment), press button 11. To exit this function, press either: – button 1 again; – button 6 (the AUTO indicator light on the display will light up).

  • Page 151: Air Recirculation Mode

    AUTOMATIC CLIMATE CONTROL (9/9) Air recirculation mode Prolonged use of this position may lead to odours, caused by non-renewal of Pressing button 14 activates air recir- air, and the formation of condensation culation (the symbol lights up on the on the windows. display).

  • Page 152: Maintenance

    AIR CONDITIONING: information and advice on use Do not add anything to the vehicle’s ventilation circuit (for example, to remove bad odours). Operating faults There is a risk of damage or of As a general rule, contact your ap- Fuel consumption fire.

  • Page 153: Heating And Air Conditioning

    ADDITIONAL AIR CONDITIONING (1/2) Heating and air conditioning When fitted to the vehicle, the vehicle has four adjustable air vents and, de- system pending on the version, the following Move control(s) 1 to vary the amount of controls: air required. –...

  • Page 154

    ADDITIONAL AIR CONDITIONING (2/2) Automatic climate control 3 Automatic mode on and off.. 4 Adjusting the amount of cold air. 5 Adjusting the amount of warm air. 6 Automatic mode Button 5 has an operating tell-tale: – indicator light on, the function is switched on;...

  • Page 155

    WINDOWS Front manual window Sliding rear windows winders Press tab 2 and slide the window. Turn handle 1. Sliding windows and doors Before moving them, ensure that no passenger has part of their body outside the window or door. 3.21...

  • Page 156

    WINDOWS (continued) Automatic operation (depending on vehicle) This is in addition to the operation of the driver’s window winder described previ- ously. Press switch 3 briefly to raise or lower the window completely. Pressing switch 3 again while the window is moving will stop the opera- tion.

  • Page 157: Interior Lighting

    INTERIOR LIGHTING Intermittent lighting Tilting light 1, 2, 3 or 4 provides: – continuous lighting; Vehicle with remote control locking – intermittent lighting; unit – no lighting. Opening a front door or, depending on the vehicle, one of the other doors, switches on all the courtesy lights.

  • Page 158: Sun Visor

    SUN VISOR/GRAB HANDLE Sun visor Grab handle 2 The sun visor can be swung round against the window. Lower sun visor 1. This offers support and can be held when the vehicle is being driven. Do not use it for getting into or out of the vehicle.

  • Page 159

    ASHTRAY/CIGAR LIGHTER/ACCESSORIES SOCKET Ashtray on dashboard Front cigar lighter Accessories socket Depending on the vehicle, it may be lo- Depending on the vehicle, with the igni- Depending on the vehicle, this is lo- cated on either side of the dashboard tion on, push in the cigar lighter 2.

  • Page 160

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE (1/3) Location 1 Dashboard storage Passenger side glove box compartment 4 and 6 This location can be used as a cup To open, press control 5. holder, a storage compartment or as a Depending on the vehicle, the glove receptacle to fit the ashtray.

  • Page 161

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE (2/3) Location 8 Front door storage Location 10 compartment and cup This location can be used as a cup This storage space may be used as a holder 9 holder, a storage compartment or as a cup holder. receptacle to fit the ashtray.

  • Page 162: Storage Compartment

    PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE /REAR ACCESSORIES SOCKET (3/3) Storage compartment 11 Storage compartment 13 Accessories socket Accessories socket 14 is designed for Ski case 12 connecting accessories with a maxi- mum power rating of 120 Watts (volt- To open, press (movement A), then age: 12 V) which have been approved lower (movement B).

  • Page 163

    REAR BENCH SEATS (1/2) Bench seat 2 Depending on the vehicle, there may be two rear bench seats: bench seat 2 To facilitate access to the last row of (2nd row of seats) and bench seat 1 seats (bench seat 1), detach the seat (3rd row of seats).

  • Page 164

    REAR BENCH SEATS (2/2) Bench seat 1 To fold it down To fold down (depending on the vehicle) – Lift seatback unlocking control 5; This can be folded and, depending on – Remove storage compartment 6, the vehicle, retracted. – fold down the seatback onto the seat lift it (movement B) and remove it base.

  • Page 165

    REAR BENCH SEATS: functions (1/2) Functions of bench seats 1 Removal – move the bench seat towards the rear of the vehicle to release the rear and 2 First, release the side seat belts by un- anchorage (movement D); (depending on the vehicle) locking them from their unit.

  • Page 166

    REAR BENCH SEATS: functions (2/2) Ensure that the bench seats are locked in place correctly Fitting when refitting them. – position the bench seat over the front Check that the side seat anchorage points; belts are locked in their unit cor- rectly.

  • Page 167

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS (1/3) Luggage net A Fitting the luggage net behind the Lower mounting: front seats – attach hook 5 of the luggage strap If fitted, this can be used when trans- Inside the vehicle on each side: onto ring 6 at the base of the bench porting animals or luggage to isolate seat, them from the passenger section.

  • Page 168

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS (2/3) Fitting the luggage net A Lower mounting: behind the rear seats – attach hook 5 of the net strap to ring 8 or, depending on the vehicle, Inside the vehicle on each side: to ring 9; Upper mounting: –...

  • Page 169

    TRANSPORTING OBJECTS (3/3) In the rear load area You can slide the rings onto the rail to Depending on the length of the ob- position them in the desired location. jects transported in the rear load area, Depending on the vehicle, rails 10, each To do this, pull out the button and slide use centre flap 12 beneath rear bench fitted with two rings 11, prevent trans-...

  • Page 170: Luggage Cover

    LUGGAGE COVER Removal To refit, carry out the above operations in reverse order. Depending on the vehicle, lift parcel shelf A or B until it is vertical and then push the joints on either side to unlock Do not place any objects, especially heavy or solid objects on the luggage cover.

  • Page 171: Multimedia Equipment

    MULTIMEDIA EQUIPMENT The presence and location of this equipment depends on the vehicle’s multimedia equipment. 1 Display; 2 radio; 3 steering column control; 4 multimedia sockets. To use this equipment, consult the instructions for the equipment which should be kept with the other vehi- cle documentation.

  • Page 172

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  • Page 173

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

  • Page 174: Unlocking Bonnet Catch, Opening The Bonnet

    BONNET (1/2) Unlocking the bonnet catch Opening the bonnet To open the bonnet, pull handle 1. To unlock, pull catch 2. Lift the bonnet, release stay 3 from its holder 4 and, for your safety, always fix it in location 5. The engine may be hot when carrying out opera- In the event of any impact,...

  • Page 175: Closing The Bonnet

    BONNET (2/2) Closing the bonnet To close the bonnet, replace stay 3 back into its holder 4, hold the bonnet in the middle and lower it to 20 cm above the closed position, then release it. It will latch automatically under its own weight.

  • Page 176

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL general information (1/2) It is normal for an engine to use oil for The squares which appear on the dis- Message 1 lubrication and cooling of moving parts play indicate the level. These symbols Level above and it is sometimes necessary to top up disappear as the oil level drops and minimum the level between oil changes.

  • Page 177

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL general information (2/2) Once the operation has been com- pleted, ensure that the dipstick is Consult your approved Dealer at pushed in as far as it will go or that the once if you notice an abnormal or cap-type dipstick is completely screwed repeated drop in any of the fluid levels.

  • Page 178: Topping Up/filling

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL topping up/filling (1/3) Topping up/filling – Unscrew cap 1; – wait for approximately 10 minutes to allow the oil to flow into the engine; The vehicle must be parked on level – unclip funnel 3 from its housing if ground and the engine should be cold necessary;...

  • Page 179

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL topping up/filling (2/3) – top up the level (as a guide, the ca- pacity between the minimum and maximum reading on the dipstick 2 is between 1.5 and 2 litres, depend- ing on the engine); – wait for approximately 10 minutes to allow the oil to flow into the engine;...

  • Page 180: Oil Change

    ENGINE OIL LEVEL topping up/filling /OIL CHANGE (3/3) Oil change Filling: take care when Service interval: refer topping up the oil that Maintenance Service Booklet for your no oil drips onto engine vehicle. components - risk of fire. Average capacities for oil changes Remember to refit the cap securely Oil filter included (for information) as there is a risk of fire if oil splashes...

  • Page 181

    LEVELS (1/4) Checking intervals Replacement intervals Check the coolant level regularly Refer to the Maintenance Service (very severe damage is likely to be Booklet for your vehicle. 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 182

    LEVELS (2/4) Level When the engine is cold, the level should be visible between the MINI and MAXI levels on reservoir 1. For topping up or refilling with oil, use products approved by our technical de- partment. Power-assisted steering pump 1 Checking intervals: Refer to the Maintenance Service Booklet for your vehicle.

  • Page 183: Brake Fluid

    LEVELS (3/4) Filling Level 1 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 our tech- ing line.

  • Page 184

    LEVELS /FILTERS (4/4) The replacement of filter elements (air filter, passenger compartment filter, diesel filter, etc.) is scheduled in the maintenance operations for your vehi- cle. Replacement intervals for filter el- ements: refer to the Maintenance Service Booklet for your vehicle. Windscreen/headlight washer reservoir Filling...

  • Page 185

    BATTERY Battery2 Label B Observe the indications on the battery: It is located under the front carpet on – 3 naked flames and smoking forbid- the left-hand side. den; – Lift the carpet; – 4 eye protection required; Handle the battery with care –...

  • Page 186

    BOdYWORk MAINTENANCE (1/2) Minor impacts A well-maintained vehicle will last Allow rust to form following minor im- longer. It is therefore recommended to pacts. You should take a minimum number of maintain the exterior of the vehicle reg- precautions in order to safeguard your Use solvents not approved by our ularly.

  • Page 187

    BOdYWORk MAINTENANCE (2/2) You should – bird droppings, which cause a If it is necessary to clean mechani- chemical reaction with the paint that cal components, hinges, etc., spray Observe the vehicle stopping distances rapidly discolours paintwork and them with products approved by our when driving on gravelled surfaces to may even cause the paint to peel Technical Department to protect them...

  • Page 188

    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 189

    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 190

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  • Page 191: Practical Advice

    Section 5: Practical advice Tool kit/Hubcap ..............Emergency spare wheel .

  • Page 192

    TOOL KIT (1/2) Depending on the vehicle, tool kit 1 is Lift tool kit cover A. Jack 2. located under the driver’s seat. Special end piece 3 for the emergency To take it out, rotate the kit until it can spare wheel.

  • Page 193

    TOOL KIT /HUBCAP (2/2) Jack assembly Remove the hubcap using hubcap Unclip this using hubcap tool 10 (lo- tool 10 (located in the tool kit) by en- cated in the tool kit). gaging the hook into one of the open- ings around the edge of the hubcap.

  • Page 194: Emergency Spare Wheel

    EMERGENCY SPARE WHEEL To refit emergency spare wheel B Proceed in reverse order. Check that wheel carrier 4 is correctly positioned before tightening nuts 6 and 5. On equipped vehicles, use tool A, To take out emergency spare wheel B comprising: In some cases (rear puncture, vehi- Using tool A, completely unscrew nut 5...

  • Page 195

    TYRE INFLATION KIT (1/4) 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 196

    TYRE INFLATION KIT (2/4) Depending on the vehicle, in the event Screw compressor adapter 1 to bottle 2 Screw inflation adapter 3 onto the of a puncture, use the inflation kit lo- and clip the bottle onto compressor A. valve. cated underneath the driver’s seat.

  • Page 197

    TYRE INFLATION KIT (3/4) Note: whilst the cylinder is emptying Store the kit under the driver’s seat and (approximately 30 seconds), pressure secure it with the strap. gauge 7 will indicate briefly a pressure of up to 6 bar. Then the pressure drops. If the correct pressure cannot be achieved, repair is impossible.

  • Page 198

    TYRE INFLATION KIT (4/4) Precautions when using the kit – The kit should not be operated for more than 15 consecutive minutes; – When driving, vibration may be felt due to the presence of the repair Please be aware that a product injected into the tyre.

  • Page 199: Changing A Wheel

    CHANGING A WHEEL (1/2) Start cranking the jack up by hand to align the base plate (which should be pushed slightly under the vehicle). Place a plank of wood under the base plate if on soft ground. Insert adapter 1 and raise the wheel off the ground.

  • Page 200

    CHANGING A WHEEL (2/2) Loosen the wheel nuts and remove the central hubcap, then the wheel. Fit the emergency spare wheel in place on the central hub. Position the central hubcap, tighten the nuts and unscrew the jack. With the wheels on the ground, tighten the nuts as fully as possible and check the tightness as soon as possible (tight- ening torque 142 Nm).

  • Page 201

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

  • Page 202: Tyre Pressures

    TYRES (2/3) Tyre pressures Fitting new tyres Pressures should be checked when the tyres are cold; ignore higher pressures Please respect the tyre pressures for all which may be reached in hot weather wheels (including the emergency spare For safety reasons, this op- or following a fast journey.

  • Page 203

    TYRES (3/3) Use in winter – Snow or winter tyres We would recommend that these be – Chains fitted to all four wheels to ensure For safety reasons, fitting snow that your vehicle retains maximum chains to the rear axle is strictly adhesion.

  • Page 204: Direction Indicators

    HEADLIGHTS: changing halogen bulbs Main headlight and dipped beam headlight Remove the connector from bulb 1. Remove cover A. Unclip spring 3 and remove the bulb. Bulb type: H4. Do not touch the bulb glass. Hold it by its base. Replace the bulb, replace the spring and the connector and check that cover A is replaced correctly.

  • Page 205: Side Indicator Lights

    HEADLIGHTS: front fog lights, additional lights/SIDE LIGHTS Additional lights If you wish to fit fog lights or long range headlights to your vehicle, consult an approved dealer. Front fog lights 1 Side indicator lights Changing a bulb Unclip indicator light 3 (using a flat- blade screwdriver or similar).

  • Page 206

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (1/4) Rear light unit A Turn the light unit slightly and release it Side and brake lights 4 from its mounting points 2 to access the Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21/5W Remove bolt 1. bulb holder 3. bulb.

  • Page 207

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (2/4) Rear light unit B 7 Reversing light Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21W Remove bolt 6. bulb. Release the headlight unit. 8 Fog light (or nothing) Turn the bulb holder 7 or 8 and release Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21W bulb.

  • Page 208

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (3/4) High-level brake light on rear Remove the light from the outside to access bulb 10. hinged door version Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21W Remove nut 9. bulb. The bulbs are under pres- sure and can break when replaced.

  • Page 209

    REAR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (4/4) High-mounted brake light on Number plate light Remove the light from the outside to access bulb 12. tailgate version The bulb is accessed in the same way Pear-shaped, bayonet type P 21W for both vehicles with hinged doors and Remove nut 11.

  • Page 210

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (1/2) Courtesy light A Courtesy light B, C Unclip lens 1. Unclip lens 2 on the side indicated (using a flat-blade screwdriver or simi- Release the bulb. lar). Bulb type: 7W festoon type bulb. Bulb type: 10W or 15W festoon type bulb (depending on version).

  • Page 211

    INTERIOR LIGHTS: changing bulbs (2/2) Light D Open flap 3 at the rear of the courtesy light or light. Unclip lens 2 on the side indicated Release bulb 4. (using a flat-blade screwdriver or simi- lar). Bulb type: 10W or 15W festoon type bulb (depending on the version).

  • Page 212

    FUSES (1/3) Refer to the fuse allocation label (shown on the page opposite) on the cover to identify the fuses. It is not advisable to use the free fuse locations. Fuse box 1 Disconnect the fuse using tweezers 2. To remove the fuse from the tweezers, If an electrical component fails to op- slide the fuse to the side.

  • Page 213

    FUSES (2/3) Allocation of fuses (the presence of fuses depends on the vehicle equipment level) Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Windscreen washer/ Left-hand main beam wipers. headlight. Right-hand main beam headlight. Air bags/Brake lights/ ß Diagnostic socket. Left-hand dipped beam headlight. Anti-lock braking system.

  • Page 214

    FUSES (3/3) Allocation of fuses (the presence of fuses depends on the vehicle equipment level) Symbol Allocation Symbol Allocation Radio/Radio display/ î Navigation system/ Heated rear screen/ Wipers. Heated door mirrors. Heating system. Consumer cut- out (passenger ¾ compartment, courtesy Consumer cut-out light).

  • Page 215: 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 216

    BATTERY: troubleshooting (2/2) Starting the vehicle using the Start the engine as normal. As soon as it starts, disconnect the cables in the re- battery from another vehicle verse order to the order of connection. 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-...

  • Page 217

    RADIOFREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: batteries (1/2) Remote control A Replace battery 2 according to the di- rection marked on the cover. Replacing the batteries Note: It is not advisable to touch the Unclip remote control cover 1 (using a electronic circuit in the key cover when coin).

  • Page 218

    RADIOFREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: batteries (2/2) Remote control B Note: It is not advisable to touch the electrical circuit in the key cover when Replacing the batteries replacing the battery. Remove screw 3, open the case at slot 4 using a coin, and replace bat- tery 5, observing the polarity shown on the back of the cover.

  • Page 219: Fitting A Radio

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

  • Page 220

    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 221: Towing: Breakdown

    TOWING: breakdown (1/2) The steering wheel must be un- Never use the drive shafts or axles. locked and the ignition key must be These towing points may only be used in position M (ignition on) to provide for pulling the vehicle, never for lifting it brake lights and hazard warning either directly or indirectly.

  • Page 222

    TOWING: breakdown (2/2) Accessing the towing hitch 3 Rear towing point 4 Access to front towing (Vehicle with towing equipment) point 5 It is located in tool kit 2: turn the whole of the tool kit to extract it. First screw in towing hitch 3 as far Unclip cover 6 by inserting a flat-blade as it will go by hand, then finish tight- screwdriver or similar under the cover.

  • Page 223

    TOWING Fitting the towing ball Screw the towing ball hitch into the two mounting holes 1. Permissible nose weight, maxi- mum permissible towing weight, braked and unbraked: refer to the information on “Weights” in Section Please refer to the manufacturer’s instructions on how to fit and use the bars.

  • Page 224: Wiper Blades, Replacing Windscreen 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 225

    OPERATING FAULTS (1/4) 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, Contact an approved Dealer.

  • Page 226

    OPERATING FAULTS (2/4) On the road POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Vibrations. Tyres not inflated to the correct pres- Check the tyre pressures: if this is not the sure, incorrectly balanced or dam- problem, have them checked by an ap- aged.

  • Page 227

    OPERATING FAULTS (3/4) On the road POSSIBLE CAUSES WHAT TO DO Steering becomes heavy. Assistance overheating. Consult an approved Dealer. The engine is overheating. The cool- Engine cooling fan not working. Stop the vehicle, switch off the engine and ant temperature warning light and the contact an approved Dealer.

  • Page 228

    OPERATING FAULTS (4/4) 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 229: Technical Specifications

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

  • Page 230: Vehicle Identification Plates

    VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION pLATEs Quote the manufacturer’s identifica- 6 Technical specifications of vehicle. tion plate (right-hand side) in all corre- 7 Vehicle paint reference. spondence or when ordering parts. 8 Equipment level. 9 Vehicle type. Vehicle identification plate A 10 Trim code. 1 Vehicle type and chassis number.

  • Page 231: Engine Identification Plates

    ENGINE IDENTIFICATION pLATEs Quote the information on the identifica- tion plate or label A in all correspond- ence or when ordering parts. Engine identification 1 Engine type 2 Engine suffix 3 Engine number...

  • Page 232

    DIMENsIONs (in metres) Basic vehicle without options...

  • Page 233

    DIMENsIONs (in metres) Complete vehicles without recent alterations standard chassis Long chassis Raised van standard van standard van Raised van 3.098 3.498 4.782 5.182 0.833 0.851 1.615 1.630 2.232 1.955 → 2.477 0.523 → 0.545 0.145 → 0.160 1.913 1.387 1.913 1.167 1.370...

  • Page 234

    DIMENsIONs (in metres)

  • Page 235

    DIMENsIONs (in metres) Complete vehicles without recent alterations standard chassis Long chassis standard combi Raised combi standard combi Raised combi COMBI With 3rd Without With 3rd Without With 3rd Without With 3rd Without row bench 3rd row row bench 3rd row row bench 3rd row row bench...

  • Page 236

    DIMENsIONs (in metres)

  • Page 237

    DIMENsIONs (in metres) Complete vehicles without recent alterations standard chassis Long chassis 3.098 3.498 4.782 5.182 0.833 0.851 1.615 1.630 1.904 1.947 → 1.961 1.908 → 1.960 0.538 → 0.557 0.548 → 0.554 0.151 → 0.173 0.150 → 0.187 1.317 1.370 1.390 1.306...

  • Page 238

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

  • Page 239

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

  • Page 240: Engine Specifications

    ENGINE spECIFICATIONs Versions 2.0 16V 1.9 dCi 2.0 dCi 16V Engine type (see engine plate) Cubic capacity (cc) 1 998 1 870 1 998 Type of fuel Octane Rating It is essential to use unleaded petrol and this must be of the octane rating stated on the label inside the fuel filler flap.

  • Page 241: 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 242

    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 243

    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 244

    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 245

    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 246

    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 247

    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 248

    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: 6.20...

  • Page 249

    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: 6.21...

  • Page 250

    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: 6.22...

  • Page 251

    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: 6.23...

  • Page 252

    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: 6.24...

  • Page 253: Alphabetical Index

    AlphAbeticAl index (1/4) cigar lighter ................ 3.25 ABS ................... 2.12 cleaning: accessories................ 5.30 inside the vehicle ..........4.16 – 4.17 accessories socket ........... 3.25, 3.28 clock .................. 1.84 advice on antipollution ..........2.8 → 2.10 control instruments ..........1.70 → 1.76 air bag............1.27 → 1.30, 1.32 controls ................3.9 activating the front passenger air bags ......1.65 coolant .................

  • Page 254

    AlphAbeticAl index (2/4) instrument panel ............1.70 → 1.83 filter ..................4.12 instrument panel messages........1.77 → 1.83 particle filter ..............2.6 interior lighting: fitting a radio ..............5.29 changing bulbs ..........5.20 – 5.21 front passenger air bag deactivation ......... 1.63 interior trim front seat adjustment ............1.19 maintenance .............

  • Page 255: Table Of Contents

    AlphAbeticAl index (3/4) luggage compartment cover ..........3.36 rear screen demisting ..............3.15 rear screen de-icing/demisting .......... 3.15 maintenance: rear view mirrors ..............1.86 bodywork ............4.14 – 4.15 remote control door locking interior trim ............4.16 – 4.17 batteries ............5.27 – 5.28 mechanical ............6.14 → 6.19 remote control door locking unit ......

  • Page 256

    AlphAbeticAl index (4/4) weights ................6.10 tailgate ..............3.33 → 3.36 wheel trim ................5.3 tanks and reservoirs: wheelbrace ............5.2 – 5.3, 5.9 windscreen washer ............4.12 wheels (safety) ............5.11 → 5.13 technical specifications ......6.2, 6.10 – 6.11, 6.13 windows ..............3.21 – 3.22 temperature regulation ..........3.9 → 3.18 windscreen de-icing/demisting ..........

  • Page 258

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