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    Copyright CITROEN - Compiled by C4owners.org...

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    E X T E R I O R Panoramic glass roof  81 Opening rear screen  80 Xenon directional headlamps Whether on dipped or main beam, this function allows the lighting to follow the direction of the road ahead. ...

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    O P E N I N G Remote control key Bonnet opening/closing Fuel tank To unlock, pull the control located under Capacity: approximately 60 litres. the dashboard towards you. A. Central locking B. Unlocking C. Guide-me-home lighting D. Key release/storage Press on control A , located on the con- trol panel to the left of the dashboard.

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    O P E N I N G Opening rear screen Opening the tailgate Modubox (C4 Picasso) Load: 22 kg maximum.  Press on control 1 . You cannot open the tailgate if the rear This opening gives easy access to the screen is already open.

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    B O O T C4 Picasso Grand C4 Picasso Luggage cover Luggage cover blind in two sections  100  99 Access to spare wheel  169 Pneumatic rear suspension Allows the height of the rear Torch Torch of the vehicle to be adjusted ...

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

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    I N T E R I O R THIRD - ROW SEATS – GRAND Stowing the seats Access to third-row seats C4 PICASSO Installing the seats Put the three sections of the concertina Pull on control E , located at the top of boards ( 1 2 3 ) to their vertical position, the second-row seats backrest.

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    I N T E R I O R THIRD - ROW SEATS – GRAND SECOND - ROW SEATS C4 PICASSO Folding the seats Rigid panel (Grand C4 Picasso) Advice on third-row passenger seat belts From outside A rigid panel is attached to each second- ...

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    I N T E R I O R SECOND - ROW SEATS "Comfort" position Longitudinal adjustment Positioning the central seat belt  Insert tongue C into the buckle on The 3 second-row seats are independ- Lift up control A , located at the front of ent of each other and are all the same the seat, and adjust the seat into the the right, then insert the second...

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    D A S H B O A R D Copyright CITROEN - Compiled by C4owners.org...

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    D A S H B O A R D 13. Controls: 28. Refrigerated storage 1. Controls: ● Rear view mirrors ● Trip mileage recorder reset 29. 12 V accessories socket or USB button ● Windows socket ● Lighting rheostat ● Child safety 30.

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    G E T T I N G S T A R T E D Manual adjustments Electric adjustments Front seats Head restraint Armrest 1. Adjustment of seat height, angle and longitudinal position 2. Adjustment of backrest angle and Backrest angle lumbar support 3.

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    G E T T I N G S T A R T E D Adjusting the steering wheel Automatic photochromic Rear view mirrors adjustment interior rear view mirror The steering wheel can be adjusted for It automatically and progressively chang- This operates with the ignition switched on.

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

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    D R I V I N G Lighting control Wiper control Fixed centred controls steering wheel Ring A Control C: windscreen wipe 1. Off Switching on "AUTO" mode 1. Optional function controls 2. Automatic lighting  Press the control down and release it. 2.

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

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    D R I V I N G Electric parking brake Hill start assist Parking space sensor To aid starting on a gradient, your ve- hicle is equipped with a system which < 20 km/h (12 mph) keeps it immobilised for about 2 sec- onds, the approximate time it takes to move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal.

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    V E N T I L A T I O N Automatic air conditioning Driver's and front passenger's control panel Rear passengers' control panel 1. Automatic comfort regulation. 7. Panel and buttons display mode (black panel). 2. Adjustment and display of driver's temperature.

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    V E N T I L A T I O N Heating and manual air conditioning Driver's control panel Passenger's control panel 1. Adjustment and display of air blower 9. Adjustment of passenger's tempera- speed. ture on/off. 2. Adjustment and display of air distri- 10.

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    M O N I T O R I N G Instrument panel Seat belts not fastened/ Anti-intrusion security unfastened warning lamp Once the function has been activated, with multifunction screen A when starting the engine, the system This warning lamp informs you ...

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    P A S S E N G E R S A F E T Y Front airbags Child safety ISOFIX fixing system Manual control The rear doors are locked by operating Deactivation of front passenger the lever (aperture at an angle). airbag 1.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S MONOCHROME INSTRUMENT PANEL MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN A The instrument panel groups all the driving and comfort information at the centre of the dashboard. Central display Control buttons 1.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S TWO - TONE INSTRUMENT PANEL MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN C The instrument panel groups all the driving and comfort information at the centre of the dashboard. Central display Control buttons 1.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S NAVIDRIVE INSTRUMENT PANEL NAVIDRIVE MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN The instrument panel groups all the driving and comfort information at the centre of the dashboard. Central display Control buttons 1.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Indicator and warning lamps Operation indicator lamps If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confi rms that the corresponding system has come into operation.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S A specifi c button, located in the centre Diesel engine pre-heating Electric child lock of the dashboard, permits deactiva- tion of the system.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S A specifi c button, located in the centre Diesel engine pre-heating Electric child lock of the dashboard, permits deactiva- tion of the system.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Central alert Braking Automatic electronic parking brake fault Lighting is associated If this comes on, it indicates with the displaying of the occurrence of a fault in This warning lamp comes another warning light:...

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Maximum coolant temperature Door open Depending on model, the front pas- senger seat may be fi tted with a presence sensor;...

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Maintenance indicator 5 seconds after the ignition is switched Service overdue on, the spanner is switched off ; the For 5 seconds after the ignition is System which informs the driver distance recorder resumes its normal...

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Maintenance indicator zero reset Engine oil level indicator Oil level gauge fault System which informs the driver whether the engine oil level is cor- rect or not.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Maintenance indicator zero reset Engine oil level indicator Oil level gauge fault System which informs the driver whether the engine oil level is cor- rect or not.

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    I N S T R U M E N T S a n d C O N T R O L S Total distance recorder Lighting rheostat Activation When the lights are on: System which measures the total System for manual adjustment of ...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Main Menu MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN A Controls By pressing on the button A , then using button B , you have access to Presentation the following functions: ●...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Displaying the log of alerts Choosing the language  Press on A .  Press on A .  Use B to select the submenu for ...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Main Menu MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN C Controls Press on the button A to view the Presentation "Main Menu" of the multifunction screen.

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Activating/deactivating the  Using B , select "lighting and Personalisation- Configuration rear screen wipe when you signalling". Confi rm your choice with a press on C .

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Adjusting the date and the  Using B , select "driving assist- ance". Confi rm your choice with time a press on C . ...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S  Using B , select the unit you wish to modify (Temperature or Consumption), then validate by pressing C . ...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Main Menu NAVIDRIVE MULTIFUNCTION Controls COLOUR SCREEN Press on the button A to view the "Main Menu" of the multifunction Presentation screen.

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S TRIP COMPUTER Data displays Zero reset System which provides current information concerning the route travelled (range, consumption...). Monochrome screen A ...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S Display of information - the trip "2" group with: TRIP COMPUTER ● the distance trav- System which provides current in- elled, formation concerning the route trav- ●...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S "Trip computer" menu "Vehicle Diagnostics" menu System which provides general in- formation concerning the status of Monochrome screen C NaviDrive colour screen certain equipment with which your vehicle is equipped, such as the alert log, the status of the functions...

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    M U L T I F U N C T I O N S C R E E N S A few definitions… Current consumption Average speed (l/100 km or km/l or mpg) (km/h or mph) Range (km or miles) This is the average speed calculat- This is the average quantity of ed since the last trip computer zero...

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

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

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    C O M F O R T By reducing the fl ow to minimum, MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING 4. Air recirculation you deactivate the air conditioning system (OFF). This control is for isolating disagree- able odours or fumes coming from A. DRIVER’S CONTROL To achieve an agreeable level of outside.

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

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    C O M F O R T RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS Heating/Manual air conditioning To make the best use of the system, we recommend: Action To have Max. cold to Max. to start ON to start start with, with, then Cold with, then personal personal...

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    C O M F O R T AUTOMATIC AIR For this facility to operate, it is rec- 2. Adjustment of temperature ommended to keep all the air vents CONDITIONING open. To display the desired temperature, A. DRIVER’S CONTROL press button: Using the AUTO mode will prevent PANEL misting inside the vehicle in cold or...

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    C O M F O R T 3. Adjustment of the air Engine stopped, ignition switched This button does not activate the air conditioning, only the air blowers. In blower speed the REST function, the air fl ow and The displays will light up, with distribution are controlled automati- The air blower operates only when the air blower shown empty as...

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    C O M F O R T Closing of the air inlet 6. Adjustment mode for the 7. Panel display mode: black rear passengers panel function  Press on button 5 to close off the entry of air This button decides whether from outside.

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

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    C O M F O R T RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS Heating/Manual air conditioning To make the best use of the system, we recommend: Action To have Max. cold to Max. to start ON to start start with, with, then Cold with, then personal personal...

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    C O M F O R T Closing of the air inlet 6. Adjustment mode for the 7. Panel display mode: black rear passengers panel function  Press on button 5 to close off the entry of air This button decides whether from outside.

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

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    C O M F O R T RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS Heating/Manual air conditioning To make the best use of the system, we recommend: Action To have Max. cold to Max. to start ON to start start with, with, then Cold with, then personal personal...

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

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

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    C O M F O R T Replacing a cartridge Air freshener button For safety, use only cartridges that are provided for this purpose. Retain the containers for the stor- age of used cartridges. Do not attempt to take cartridges apart.

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

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

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    C O M F O R T Storing driving positions Storing a position Recalling a stored position System which takes into account the electrical settings of the driver's seat Using buttons M/1/2 Ignition on or engine running and exterior mirrors. It enables you ...

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

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    C O M F O R T SECOND ROW SEATS Repositioning seat Panels behind the second (C4 PICASSO) row seats  Raise the backrests and push Folding the seat them rearwards so that they lock in position Always supervise any move- ments of seats by children.

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

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    SECOND ROW SEATS From the boot (when loading, for Rigid panel example) (GRAND C4 PICASSO) You can fold the second-row seat(s) from the boot, having fi rst folded the Each seat can be folded onto the fl oor to form a fl at surface, thus en- third-row seats.

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    C O M F O R T "Cinema seat" position Access to the third row seats Exit from the third row seats  Hold the control E in the raised position. The seat unlocks and the seat base comes up against the backrest.

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

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

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

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    C O M F O R T Interior mirror Automatic day/night model STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT The height and reach of the steering Adjustable mirror providing a central System which automatically and wheel can be adjusted to adapt the rearward view. progressively changes between day driving position to the size of the driver.

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

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    A C C E S S Locking the vehicle Deadlocking using the remote control Normal locking using the remote  Press the closed pad- control If one of the doors, the rear screen lock to lock the vehicle or the boot is still open, the central completely or press the ...

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    A C C E S S Deadlocking using the key Folding the key Guide-me-home lighting  Turn the key to the right in the A press on button B operates the driver's door lock to lock the ve- guide-me-home lighting (lighting hicle completely and hold it in this of the sidelamps, dipped beams,...

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

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

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    A C C E S S Lost keys Anti-theft protection Do not throw the remote control batteries away, they Do not make any modifi cations to the Visit a CITROËN dealer with the contain metals which are vehicle's V5 registration document electronic engine immobiliser sys- harmful to the environment.

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    A C C E S S Deadlocking using the key Folding the key Guide-me-home lighting  Turn the key to the right in the A press on button B operates the driver's door lock to lock the ve- guide-me-home lighting (lighting hicle completely and hold it in this of the sidelamps, dipped beams,...

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    A C C E S S Lost keys Anti-theft protection Do not throw the remote control batteries away, they Do not make any modifi cations to the Visit a CITROËN dealer with the contain metals which are vehicle's V5 registration document electronic engine immobiliser sys- harmful to the environment.

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

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

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    A C C E S S ALARM Locking the vehicle with full Locking the vehicle with alarm exterior protection alarm only System which protects and provides a deterrent against the theft of your vehicle. It provides two types of pro- Deactivation of the interior tection, exterior and interior, as well protection...

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    A C C E S S Triggering Failure of the remote control Automatic operation *  Unlock the vehicle using the key This is indicated by sounding of the Depending on the legislation in force siren and fl ashing of the direction in the driver's door lock.

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

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    A C C E S S Reinitialisation Deactivation of the rear This control also deactivates the interior controls for the rear doors electric window and door If a window does not rise automatically, (refer to the section "Child safety - § controls its operation must be reinitialised: Electric child lock").

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    A C C E S S DOORS From inside Manual centralised control System which provides full manual Opening locking or unlocking of the doors and boot from the inside. From outside  Pull on the front door control to open the door; this unlocks the vehicle completely.

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    A C C E S S Unlocking Emergency control  Press button A again to unlock System which locks or unlocks the the vehicle. doors mechanically in the event of The red indicator lamp on the button a malfunction of the battery or of the switches off.

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    When the rear screen is open, you can access the boot by raising the the tailgate to lower and close itself (do not assist it or slow it rear shelf using its tab (C4 Picasso). Opening down).  After unlocking the vehicle com-...

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    A C C E S S Emergency boot lid release PANORAMIC GLASS ROOF Closing the roof blind  Rotate the control B to posi- System for mechanical unlocking of System which consists of a pano- the boot in the event of a battery or tion 0 to close the roof blind.

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    When the rear screen is open, you can access the boot by raising the the tailgate to lower and close itself (do not assist it or slow it rear shelf using its tab (C4 Picasso). Opening down).  After unlocking the vehicle com-...

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    A C C E S S Emergency boot lid release PANORAMIC GLASS ROOF Closing the roof blind  Rotate the control B to posi- System for mechanical unlocking of System which consists of a pano- the boot in the event of a battery or tion 0 to close the roof blind.

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    A C C E S S FUEL TANK The petrol or diesel engine of your vehicle is fi tted with a catalytic con- verter, a device which helps to re- duce the level of harmful emissions Capacity of the tank: approxi- in the exhaust gases.

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    A C C E S S Fuel quality After switching off the ignition, the A label affi xed to the inside of the control A is active for only a few fuel fl ap indicates the fuels that are minutes. If necessary, switch on the ignition again to reactivate it.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y LIGHTING CONTROLS Programming A. main lighting mode selection ring, with: System for selection and control of Various automatic lighting control the various front and rear lamps pro- modes are also available depending viding the vehicle's lighting.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y C. fog lamps selection ring. In good or rainy weather, both day The fog lamps operate with the and night, the front foglamps and sidelamps and the dipped and main the rear foglamp are prohibited.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Daytime-running lamps * Manual guide-me-home Automatic lighting lighting System which switches on the ve- The sidelamps and dipped head- hicle's dipped headlamps automati- lamps are switched on automatically, The temporary lighting of dipped cally on starting.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Linking with the automatic EXTERIOR SIDE SPOTLAMPS MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF "Guide-me-home" lighting THE HEADLAMPS Association with the automatic light- ing provides the "guide-me-home" lighting with the following additional options: selection of the lighting duration for 15, 30 or 60 seconds in the vehicle parameters on the mul- tifunction screen confi...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT DIRECTIONAL LIGHTING Programming OF THE DIRECTIONAL The function is activat- When the dipped or main beam HEADLAMPS ed or deactivated via headlamps are on, this function ena- the multifunction screen bles the light beam to follow the di- confi...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Daytime-running lamps * Manual guide-me-home Automatic lighting lighting System which switches on the ve- The sidelamps and dipped head- hicle's dipped headlamps automati- lamps are switched on automatically, The temporary lighting of dipped cally on starting.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Linking with the automatic EXTERIOR SIDE SPOTLAMPS MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF "Guide-me-home" lighting THE HEADLAMPS Association with the automatic light- ing provides the "guide-me-home" lighting with the following additional options: selection of the lighting duration for 15, 30 or 60 seconds in the vehicle parameters on the mul- tifunction screen confi...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT DIRECTIONAL LIGHTING Programming OF THE DIRECTIONAL The function is activat- When the dipped or main beam HEADLAMPS ed or deactivated via headlamps are on, this function ena- the multifunction screen bles the light beam to follow the di- confi...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Linking with the automatic EXTERIOR SIDE SPOTLAMPS MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF "Guide-me-home" lighting THE HEADLAMPS Association with the automatic light- ing provides the "guide-me-home" lighting with the following additional options: selection of the lighting duration for 15, 30 or 60 seconds in the vehicle parameters on the mul- tifunction screen confi...

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    V I S I B I L I T Y AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT DIRECTIONAL LIGHTING Programming OF THE DIRECTIONAL The function is activat- When the dipped or main beam HEADLAMPS ed or deactivated via headlamps are on, this function ena- the multifunction screen bles the light beam to follow the di- confi...

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

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Reverse gear Automatic windscreen wiping The automatic wiping must be re- When reverse gear is engaged, the activated if the ignition has been off The windscreen wipers operate au- rear wiper will come into operation if for more than one minute, by push- tomatically, without any action on the the windscreen wipers are operating.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Special position of COURTESY LAMPS It switches off gradually: the windscreen wipers when the vehicle is locked, Selection and control of the various when the ignition is switched on, passenger compartment lamps. 30 seconds after the last door is closed.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Reverse gear Automatic windscreen wiping The automatic wiping must be re- When reverse gear is engaged, the activated if the ignition has been off The windscreen wipers operate au- rear wiper will come into operation if for more than one minute, by push- tomatically, without any action on the the windscreen wipers are operating.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y Special position of COURTESY LAMPS It switches off gradually: the windscreen wipers when the vehicle is locked, Selection and control of the various when the ignition is switched on, passenger compartment lamps. 30 seconds after the last door is closed.

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    V I S I B I L I T Y AMBIANCE LIGHTING PACK Operation Front door pockets with automatic lighting The control A : Ambiance lighting The lighting for the door pockets activates/deactivates the ambiance comes on automatically when you lighting, System providing warm and convivial place a hand inside one of the com-...

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

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    F I T T I N G S UPPER STORAGE AREA ILLUMINATED GLOVE BOX REFRIGERATED GLOVEBOX There are large storage compart- This has areas for storing a bottle of It may be refrigerated, depending on ments at the top of the fascia, one water, the vehicle's handbook pack, your vehicle’s equipment, by a ven- on the driver's side and one on the...

  • Page 113

    F I T T I N G S REFRIGERATED STORAGE The refrigerated storage has a venti- CENTRE CONSOLE lation duct. It is directly linked to the vehicle’s air conditioning system, The centre console contains: and is supplied with fresh air what- two cup-holders, ever the requirements of the pas- two storage compartments,...

  • Page 114

    F I T T I N G S MATS DOOR POCKETS To avoid any risk of jamming of the pedals: Removable component which pro- Front door tects the carpet against exterior dirt. only use mats which are suited to the fi xings already present in The front door pockets can hold objects the vehicle;...

  • Page 115

    F I T T I N G S  Pull the table downwards to AIRCRAFT-STYLE REAR STORAGE UNDER THE open. TABLES SECOND ROW FOOTWELL  To restow the table, raise it until the latch locks. For safety reasons, these collapse downwards if excessive pressure is exerted.

  • Page 116

    F I T T I N G S THIRD ROW STORAGE SIDE BLINDS REAR BLIND (GRAND C4 PICASSO)  Pull on the tab and anchor the Third-row passengers may have Fitted on the 2nd and 3rd row rear blind on the hooks.

  • Page 117

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

  • Page 118

    F I T T I N G S UPPER STORAGE AREA ILLUMINATED GLOVE BOX REFRIGERATED GLOVEBOX There are large storage compart- This has areas for storing a bottle of It may be refrigerated, depending on ments at the top of the fascia, one water, the vehicle's handbook pack, your vehicle’s equipment, by a ven- on the driver's side and one on the...

  • Page 119

    F I T T I N G S REFRIGERATED STORAGE The refrigerated storage has a venti- CENTRE CONSOLE lation duct. It is directly linked to the vehicle’s air conditioning system, The centre console contains: and is supplied with fresh air what- two cup-holders, ever the requirements of the pas- two storage compartments,...

  • Page 120

    F I T T I N G S MATS DOOR POCKETS To avoid any risk of jamming of the pedals: Removable component which pro- Front door tects the carpet against exterior dirt. only use mats which are suited to the fi xings already present in The front door pockets can hold objects the vehicle;...

  • Page 121

    F I T T I N G S  Pull the table downwards to AIRCRAFT-STYLE REAR STORAGE UNDER THE open. TABLES SECOND ROW FOOTWELL  To restow the table, raise it until the latch locks. For safety reasons, these collapse downwards if excessive pressure is exerted.

  • Page 122

    F I T T I N G S THIRD ROW STORAGE SIDE BLINDS REAR BLIND (GRAND C4 PICASSO)  Pull on the tab and anchor the Third-row passengers may have Fitted on the 2nd and 3rd row rear blind on the hooks.

  • Page 123

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

  • Page 124

    F I T T I N G S MODUBOX (C4 PICASSO) Use of the Modubox outside LUGGAGE-COVER BLIND the vehicle (GRAND C4 PICASSO) Equipment for use both inside the vehicle and away from the vehicle. It is composed of a shopping trol- Position 1 ley and a fl...

  • Page 125

    F I T T I N G S  Engage the lug on the left of the Position 3 The roller has a moving fl ap to roller in notch C . avoid interference with the second- 7-seat confi guration; stowed behind ...

  • Page 126

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

  • Page 127

    LUGGAGE RETAINING NET The luggage retaining net gives you a number of confi gurations depen- (C4 PICASSO) (GRAND C4 PICASSO) ding on which of the anchoring rings you attach it to (hammock format, vertical/horizontal, on the fl oor or behind...

  • Page 128

    This torch operates with NiMH type the back, to switch the torch on power packs. or off. Grand C4 Picasso It has an operating time of approxi-  Unfold the support C , located on mately 45 minutes and charges the back, to set down and raise while you are driving.

  • Page 129

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

  • Page 130

    F I T T I N G S MODUBOX (C4 PICASSO) Use of the Modubox outside LUGGAGE-COVER BLIND the vehicle (GRAND C4 PICASSO) Equipment for use both inside the vehicle and away from the vehicle. It is composed of a shopping trol- Position 1 ley and a fl...

  • Page 131

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

  • Page 132

    LUGGAGE RETAINING NET The luggage retaining net gives you a number of confi gurations depen- (C4 PICASSO) (GRAND C4 PICASSO) ding on which of the anchoring rings you attach it to (hammock format, vertical/horizontal, on the fl oor or behind...

  • Page 133

    This torch operates with NiMH type the back, to switch the torch on power packs. or off. Grand C4 Picasso It has an operating time of approxi-  Unfold the support C , located on mately 45 minutes and charges the back, to set down and raise while you are driving.

  • Page 134

    C H I L D S A F E T Y GENERAL POINTS RELATING INSTALLING A CHILD SEAT TO CHILD SEATS USING A THREE POINT SEAT BELT Although one of CITROËN's main "Rearwards-facing" "Forwards-facing" criteria when designing your vehi- cle, the safety of your children also When a "rearwards-facing"...

  • Page 135

    C H I L D S A F E T Y CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY CITROËN CITROËN offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point seat belt : Group 0: from birth to 10 kg Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Passenger air bag OFF...

  • Page 136

    C H I L D S A F E T Y CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY CITROËN CITROËN offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are secured using a three point seat belt : Group 0: from birth to 10 kg Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Passenger air bag OFF...

  • Page 137

    C H I L D S A F E T Y LOCATION OF CHILD SEATS SECURED BY MEANS OF THE VEHICLE SEAT BELT In conformity with European law, this table tells you to what extent each of the seat positions in your vehicle may take a child seat that is secured by means of the vehicle seat belt and approved as Universal (a), according to the weight of the child and the position in the vehicle.

  • Page 138

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

  • Page 139

    C H I L D S A F E T Y This ISOFIX mounting system gua- "ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS These are three rings for each seat: rantees you fast, reliable and safe fi t- Your vehicle has been approved in ting of the child seat in your vehicle. accordance with the new ISOFIX regulation .

  • Page 140

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

  • Page 141

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

  • Page 142

    C H I L D S A F E T Y This warning lamp comes MANUAL CHILD LOCK ELECTRIC CHILD LOCK on temporarily on the instru- ment panel when the child lock is activated. Mechanical system to prevent ope- Remote control system to prevent It also comes on when the ignition ning of the rear door using its interior opening of the rear doors using their...

  • Page 143

    S A F E T Y DIRECTION INDICATORS HAZARD WARNING LAMPS HORN A visual warning by means of the di- Audible warning system to alert other Selection of the left or right direction rection indicators to alert other road road users to an imminent danger. indicators to signal a change of di- users to a vehicle breakdown, tow- rection of the vehicle.

  • Page 144

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

  • Page 145

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

  • Page 146

    S A F E T Y TRAJECTORY CONTROL Deactivation Reactivation In exceptional conditions (starting a SYSTEMS These systems are reactivated au- vehicle which is bogged down, stuck tomatically each time the ignition is in snow, on soft ground...), it may be switched back on or from 30 mph Anti-skid regulation (ASR) and advisable to deactivate the ASR and...

  • Page 147

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

  • Page 148

    B . Unfastening the seat belt  Insert the attachment, then pass (C4 Picasso and Grand C4 Picasso) the tongues through the ring.  Release the tongue C , then the  Reclose the cover A . Make sure...

  • Page 149

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

  • Page 150

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

  • Page 151

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

  • Page 152

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

  • Page 153

    S A F E T Y For the airbags to be fully effective, observe the following safety rules: Front airbags Curtain airbags Sit in a normal upright position. Do not fi x or apply anything to the Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. Do not drive holding the steering wheel by its spokes or resting your roof.

  • Page 154

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

  • Page 155

    S A F E T Y For the airbags to be fully effective, observe the following safety rules: Front airbags Curtain airbags Sit in a normal upright position. Do not fi x or apply anything to the Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. Do not drive holding the steering wheel by its spokes or resting your roof.

  • Page 156

    D R I V I N G ELECTRIC PARKING BRAKE Manual application Manual release With the vehicle stationary, to apply With the ignition on or the engine the parking brake whether the engine running, release parking is running or off, pull on control A . brake, press on the brake pedal, or the accelerator, pull then release control A .

  • Page 157

    D R I V I N G Maximum application Automatic application, Automatic release engine off If necessary, you can utilise maxi- The electronic parking brake releas- mum application of the parking es automatically and progressive- With the vehicle stationary, the park- ly when you press the accelerator: brake.

  • Page 158

    D R I V I N G Maximum application Automatic application, Automatic release engine off If necessary, you can utilise maxi- The electronic parking brake releas- mum application of the parking es automatically and progressive- With the vehicle stationary, the park- ly when you press the accelerator: brake.

  • Page 159

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

  • Page 160

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

  • Page 161

    D R I V I N G  Lift up the fl oor plug B on the Emergency unlocking In the event of the electric parking brake malfunctioning or the battery carpet in front of the seat. running fl at, an emergency mecha- ...

  • Page 162

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

  • Page 163

    D R I V I N G SITUATION CONSEQUENCES Display of message " Parking brake faulty " The automatic functions are deactivated. and the following warning lamps: The hill start assist is unavailable. To apply the electronic parking brake:  Immobilise the vehicle and switch off the ignition ...

  • Page 164

    D R I V I N G HILL START ASSIST Operation System which keeps your vehicle immobilised temporarily (approxi- mately 2 seconds) when starting on a gradient, the time it takes to move your foot from the brake pedal to the accelerator pedal.

  • Page 165

    D R I V I N G 5-SPEED MANUAL GEARBOX 6-SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM The 6-speed electronic gearbox of- Engaging reverse gear fers a choice between the comfort of  Push the gear lever to the right fully automatic operation or the driving pleasure of manual gear changing.

  • Page 166

    D R I V I N G Displays on the instrument panel Moving off Reverse gear Engaging reverse gear To engage reverse gear, move the selector to R . Only attempt to select reverse gear when the vehicle is stationary. If the vehicle is moving rapidly, if an in- advertent attempt to engage reverse gear is made, the warning lamp N will...

  • Page 167

    D R I V I N G Automatic mode Operation in automatic mode Temporary manual operation when in automatic mode Changing to automatic mode To change to automatic mode, move the selector to A . Manual mode  Move selector By pulling either of the paddles "...

  • Page 168

    D R I V I N G Operation in manual mode Changing gear The paddles do not permit you to se- lect neutral or reverse gear, or to exit reverse gear. If the vehicle stops or reduces speed (for example when ap- proaching a stop sign), the gear- box changes down automatically, to fi...

  • Page 169

    D R I V I N G Acceleration Stopping the vehicle For optimum acceleration (e.g. to Before stopping the engine, you can choose: overtake another vehicle), simply press the pedal beyond the point of  to leave the vehicle in neutral; resistance at the end of its travel, by move the selector to position N .

  • Page 170

    D R I V I N G 5-SPEED MANUAL GEARBOX 6-SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM The 6-speed electronic gearbox of- Engaging reverse gear fers a choice between the comfort of  Push the gear lever to the right fully automatic operation or the driving pleasure of manual gear changing.

  • Page 171

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

  • Page 172

    D R I V I N G  To avoid incoherence between Moving off Reverse gear the position of the selector and the actual position of the gear- Only engage this position box, always exit from position P when the vehicle is stationary. when you switch on the ignition To prevent snatching, do not and press the brake pedal.

  • Page 173

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

  • Page 174

    D R I V I N G Manual operation For safety reasons, depending on the engine speed, a change up or down may be performed automatically. It is possible at any time to move from position D (driving in auto- matic mode) to position M (driv- ing in sequential mode) or vice versa.

  • Page 175

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

  • Page 176

    D R I V I N G Optional function controls Multifunction screen controls 1. Pick up/Hang tele- A. Selection of the type of informa- phone (see chapter "Audio and tion to be displayed on the right Telematics"). of the screen (radio, trip compu- ter, navigation/guidance…).

  • Page 177

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

  • Page 178

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

  • Page 179

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

  • Page 180

    D R I V I N G Reactivation Operating fault If during the operation of cruise control, the system is unable to  By recall of the memorised If there is a malfunction, a mes- keep within the memorised speed speed sage will display accompanied by (for example on a steep descent),...

  • Page 181

    D R I V I N G PARKING SPACE SENSOR System which measures the parking Displays on the instrument You can select the "parking space space available between two vehi- sensor" function by pressing button A. panel The fi xed lighting of the warning lamp cles or obstacles.

  • Page 182

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

  • Page 183

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

  • Page 184

    D R I V I N G VISUAL AND AUDIBLE The parking assistance is switched The parking assistance is switched on : off : FRONT AND/OR REAR PARKING ASSISTANCE by engaging reverse gear, when you exit reverse gear, at a speed below 6 mph (10 km/h) when the speed is higher than System consisting of four proximity in forward gear.

  • Page 185

    D R I V I N G Deactivation Reactivation Operating fault  Press button A , the warning lamp If an operating fault occurs, this warn- comes on, the system is fully de- ing lamp is displayed on the instrument activated.

  • Page 186

    Grand C4 C4 Picasso so as to return the vehicle to its truck or on a boot. Picasso nominal height.

  • Page 187

    The loading assistance does not  Press briefl y twice at the bottom function in the following instances: of the control A . Grand C4 C4 Picasso - If the button B is lit up, Picasso - in power economy mode, when you fi...

  • Page 188

    C H E C K S BONNET The location of the interior control prevents opening of the bonnet Protects the components of the while the driver's door is closed. engine and provides access for checking levels. This operation must only be carried out when the vehicle is stationary.

  • Page 189

    C H E C K S BLEEDING THE DIESEL Bleeding water from the fuel FILTER filter Protective cover Bleed on a regular basis (at every oil change). Removal To evacuate the water, slacken the  Remove the protective cover by bleed screw or the water-in-diesel- unclipping fi...

  • Page 190

    C H E C K S RUNNING OUT OF FUEL Priming the fuel circuit (DIESEL) In the event of running out of fuel:  after fi lling (minimum 5 litres), squeeze manual priming pump repeatedly, until some re- sistance is felt, ...

  • Page 191

    C H E C K S PETROL ENGINES Copyright Copyright CITROEN - Compiled Compiled C4owners.org C4owners.org The covers and caps allow you access for checking the level of the various fl uids and for replacing certain components. The covers and caps allow you access for checking the level of the various fl uids and for replacing certain components. The covers and caps allow you access for checking the level of the various fl...

  • Page 192

    C H E C K S DIESEL ENGINES Copyright Copyright CITROEN - Compiled Compiled C4owners.org C4owners.org The covers and caps allow you access for checking the level of the various fl uids, for replacing certain components and The covers and caps allow you access for checking the level of the various fl uids, for replacing certain components and The covers and caps allow you access for checking the level of the various fl...

  • Page 193

    C H E C K S Oil specifi cation CHECKING LEVELS Coolant level The oil must correspond to your en- Check all of these levels regularly gine and conform to the manufactur- and top them up if necessary, unless The coolant level should be er's recommendations.

  • Page 194

    C H E C K S Screenwash and headlamp Diesel additive level (Diesel Used products wash fluid engine with particle emission filter) In the case of vehicles fi tted Avoid prolonged contact of used oil or fl uids with the with headlamp washers, the A low additive level is indicated by minimum level of this fl...

  • Page 195

    C H E C K S CHECKS Air filter and passenger compartment filter Particulate filter system (Diesel) Unless otherwise indicated, check Refer to the Maintenance these components in accordance and Warranty Guide for Complementary catalytic converter, this fi lter makes an ac- with the Maintenance and Warranty details of the replacement Guide and according to your en-...

  • Page 196: Speed Electronic Gearbox

    C H E C K S Manual gearbox Brake pads Only use products recom- mended by CITROËN or The gearbox does not re- Brake wear depends on products of equivalent qual- quire any maintenance (no the style of driving, par- ity and specifi...

  • Page 197

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

  • Page 198

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

  • Page 199

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N  Connect the compressor's elec- Take care, the bottle of tric plug to the vehicle's 12 V sealant contains ethyl- socket again.

  • Page 200

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A WHEEL Access to the tools Depending on equipment, the tools 6. Anti-theft socket (located in the Switch your hazard are to be found either in the com- glovebox)

  • Page 201

    The pinion to release the spare wheel is located under the boot carpet, on the right hand side in the wheel well for the Grand C4 Picasso and on the left hand side for the C4 Picasso. With the damaged wheel C4 Picasso now under the vehicle fl...

  • Page 202

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

  • Page 203

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Wheel for temporary use Fitting a wheel Dimension of the spare wheel  Position the wheel with the aid of the centring guide 3 .

  • Page 204

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Wheel for temporary use Fitting a wheel Dimension of the spare wheel  Position the wheel with the aid of the centring guide 3 .

  • Page 205

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N CHANGING A BULB Dipped beam headlamps In some climatic conditions (e.g. low temperature or humidity), the presence of misting on the internal Procedure for replacing a faulty bulb surface of the glass of the head- with a new bulb without the use of...

  • Page 206

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Main beam headlamps Sidelamps Direction indicators The direction indicator bulb is locat-  Remove the rubber cover.  Rotate the bulb-holder a quarter turn anti-clockwise.

  • Page 207

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Integrated direction indicator Model with Xenon headlamps Dual-function Xenon headlamps side repeaters and directional headlamps (dipped/main beam) If the headlamp bears this symbol, any operation to change the Xenon dual- function directional head-...

  • Page 208

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Front foglamps (H11-55 W) Rear foglamp (P21 W)  Insert the key in the notch A , tilt-  Pass your hand underneath the ing the bulb-holder cover, locat- bumper to reach the bulb-holder.

  • Page 209

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

  • Page 210

    Rear lamps Changing lamps Number plate lamps (W 5 W)  Identify the bulb that is faulty. (Grand C4 Picasso)  With the tailgate open, undo the 3 screws located on the side of the lens unit and pull it rearwards to detach.

  • Page 211

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Third brake lamp with bulb Interior lighting Boot lamps (W 5 W) (W 5 W)  With the boot open, detach the interior trim.

  • Page 212

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Third brake lamp with bulb Interior lighting Boot lamps (W 5 W) (W 5 W)  With the boot open, detach the interior trim.

  • Page 213

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Use the special tool A that is pro- CHANGING A FUSE Fuses under the dashboard vided in the fuse housing fl ap, which also contains spare fuses.

  • Page 214

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

  • Page 215

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

  • Page 216

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Use the special tool A that is pro- CHANGING A FUSE Fuses under the dashboard vided in the fuse housing fl ap, which also contains spare fuses.

  • Page 217

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

  • Page 218

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

  • Page 219

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

  • Page 220

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N BATTERY Starting using another battery Procedure for charging your battery when it is fl at or for starting the en- ...

  • Page 221

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Switching to economy mode The batteries contain harm- Following reconnection of the ful substances such as sul- battery Once the thirty minutes are over, a phuric acid and lead.

  • Page 222

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Switching to economy mode The batteries contain harm- Following reconnection of the ful substances such as sul- battery Once the thirty minutes are over, a phuric acid and lead.

  • Page 223

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

  • Page 224

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Driving with a trailer subjects the  To lower the engine speed, re- TOWING A TRAILER, towing vehicle to more signifi cant duce your speed.

  • Page 225

     Press on its periphery to clip its C4 Picasso 5-seater (all versions); fi xing clips one by one.  Drive gently, as the vehicle will C4 Picasso 7-seater version with be more liable to the effects of opening rear screen.

  • Page 226

    P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M A T I O N Depending on the country in which the vehicle is sold, it may be com- pulsory to have a high visibility safe- ty jacket, warning triangle and spare bulbs available in the vehicle.

  • Page 227

    OIL CAPACITIES (in litres) Copyright CITROEN CITROEN - Compiled Compiled Compiled by C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org Engine (with fi lter replacement) 4.25 4.25 4.25 Gearbox - Final drive UA...: Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). UE...: Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). UD...: C4 Picasso (5-seat).

  • Page 228

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A FUEL CONSUMPTION In accordance with directive 80/1268/CEE Grand C4 Picasso and C4 Picasso Model codes: Urban Extra -urban Mixed Petrol Gearboxes litres/100 km litres/100 km litres/100 km Emissions UA...

  • Page 229

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Petrol engines 1.6 L VTi 16V 120 hp 1.6 L THP 16V 150 hp 1.6 L THP 16V 140 hp Gearboxes Manual Electronic gearbox system Auto.

  • Page 230

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Petrol engines 2 L 16V 143 hp Gearboxes Auto. Model codes: RFJ-F UA... UE... UD..Unladen weight 1 600 - 1 556 - 1 552 Kerb weight 1 675 - 1 631 - 1 627 Payload...

  • Page 231

    C4owners.org C4owners.org (6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed) OIL CAPACITIES (in litres) Engine (with fi lter replacement) 3.75 3.75 5.25 5.25 5.25 Gearbox - Final drive UA...: Grand C4 Picasso (7-seat). UE...: Grand C4 Picasso (5-seat). UD...: C4 Picasso (5-seat).

  • Page 232

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A FUEL CONSUMPTION In accordance with directive 80/1268/CEE Grand C4 Picasso and C4 Picasso Model codes: Urban Extra -urban Mixed emissions Diesel engines Gearboxes litres/100 km litres/100 km litres/100 km UA...

  • Page 233

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Diesel engines 1.6 L HDi 110 hp Gearboxes Manual Electronic gearbox system Model codes: 9HZ-C 9HZ-H/P UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 530 - 1 484 - 1 489 1 539 - 1 494 - 1 499 Kerb weight...

  • Page 234

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (in kg) Diesel engines 2 L HDi 138 hp Gearboxes Manual Electronic gearbox system Auto. Model codes: RHR-H RHJ-H/P RHR-J UA... UE... UD... Unladen weight 1 613 - 1 580 - 1 610 1 620 - 1 582 - 1 581...

  • Page 235

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

  • Page 236

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A Interior (C4 Picasso) 0.930 0.930 Copyright Copyright Copyright CITROEN - Compiled by C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org 0.960/0.980 1.140 1.140 1.140 1.140 1.140...

  • Page 237

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A Interior (Grand C4 Picasso) 0.920 0.880 Copyright Copyright Copyright CITROEN - Compiled by C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org C4owners.org 0.990/1.000 1.070 1.070 1.070 1.070...

  • Page 238

    T E C H N I C A L D A T A IDENTIFICATION MARKINGS Various visible markings for identifi - A. Manufacturer’s label B. Vehicle Identification cation of the vehicle. No. (VIN) The vehicle type and the identifi ca- Located on the left-hand door centre pillar.

  • Page 239: Table Of Contents

    Audio system CONTENTS The audio system is coded in such a way that it will only operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another operate in your vehicle.

  • Page 240: 01 First Steps

    01 FIRST STEPS 11 11 13. Display of the general menu. On/Off and volume adjustment. Abandon current operation. TA (Traffi c Announcement) function on/off. 14. Buttons 1 to 6: CD eject. Long press: access to the PTY (Types of radio programme) Selection of a stored radio station.

  • Page 241: General Menu

    GENERAL MENU TELEPHONE: AUDIO FUNCTIONS: radio, CD, Bluetooth, pairing, call management USB, options. and transmission of .mp3 fi les. > MONOCHROME SCREEN C TRIP COMPUTER: PERSONALISATION-CONFIGURATION: entering distance, warnings, vehicle parameters, display, languages. status of functions. Copyright Copyright CITROEN CITROEN - Compiled Compiled C4owners.org...

  • Page 242: Audio P

    The external environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks) may block reception, including 03 AUDIO in RDS mode. This is a normal effect of the way in which radio waves are transmitted and does not indicate any failure of the audio equipment. RADIO SELECTING A STATION Press the SOURCE button several...

  • Page 243

    MP3 CD PLAYING A CD PLAYING AN MP3 COMPILATION Insert an MP3 compilation in the player. The audio equipment searches for all of the music tracks, which may take anything between a few seconds Insert circular compact discs only. and several tens of seconds, before play begins. Some anti-pirating systems, on original discs or CDs copied using a personal recorder, may cause faults which are no refl...

  • Page 244

    AUDIO MP3 CD INFORMATION AND ADVICE The MP3 format, an abbreviation of MPEG 1.2 & 2.5 Audio Layer 3, is an audio compression standard which permits the recording of several tens of music fi les on a single disc. In order to be able to play a recorded CDR or CDRW, when recording it is preferable to select standards ISO 9660 level 1.2 or Joliet.

  • Page 245: Usb Reader P

    USB Player USING THE USB SOCKET The list of compatible equipment is available from CITROËN dealers. CONNECTING A USB STICK This unit consists of a USB port and a Jack socket. It reads audio fi le formats (.mp3, .ogg, .wma, .wav...) which are Connect the stick to the socket, directly transmitted from portable equipment or using a lead.

  • Page 246

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

  • Page 247

    USING THE AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX) JACK SOCKET OR RCA SOCKET (according to vehicle) ADJUSTING THE VOLUME OF THE AUXILIARY SOURCE The auxiliary input, JACK and RCA, permits the connection of portable equipment (MP3 player...). First adjust the volume of your portable equipment. Do not connect a single piece of equipment via the USB socket and the JACK socket at the same time.

  • Page 248: Bluetooth Functions P

    BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS The services offered depend on the network, the SIM card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth equipment used. Consult your telephone's manual and your operator to fi nd out which services are available to you. A list of mobile telephones which offer the BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE best range of services is available from the network.

  • Page 249: Bluetooth Audio Streaming

    BLUETOOTH AUDIO STREAMING (AVAILABLE DURING THE YEAR) Wireless transmission of the telephone's music fi les via the audio RECEIVING A CALL equipment. The telephone must be able to manage the appropriate bluetooth profi les (Profi les A2DP/AVRCP). An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display on the multifunction screen.

  • Page 250: Control Short-cuts - Compiled By C4owners.org P

    CONTROL SHORT-CUTS STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS If your vehicle is fi tted with the Bluetooth system: Volume increase. Displays the main screen. Press: activation of telephone voice recognition Selection of the type of information displayed on the right- Volume decrease. (if the telephone offers this function). hand side of the screen for the monochrome screen A.

  • Page 251: Confi Guration

    07 CONFIGURATION ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME SCREEN C Press to confi rm the selection. Press the MENU button. Using the arrows, select the PERSONALISATION CONFIGURATION function. Using the arrows, select the ADJUST DATE AND TIME function. PERSONALISATION CONFIGURATION ADJUST DATE AND TIME Press to confi...

  • Page 252: Screen Menu Map

    SCREEN MENU MAP monochrome A monochrome C MAIN FUNCTION CHOICE A Choice A1 Press the OK dial for access to short-cut menus according to the display on the Choice A2 CHOICE B... screen: RADIO RADIO-CD DISPLAY ADJUST activate/deactivate RDS RDS SEARCH YEAR activate/deactivate REG mode REG MODE...

  • Page 253

    SCREEN MENU MAP monochrome C AUDIO FUNCTIONS PERSONALISATION-CONFIGURATION BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE BLUETOOTH CONFIGURATION FM BAND PREFERENCES DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS * alternative frequencies (RDS) DISPLAY CONFIGURATION CONNECT/DISCONNECT A DEVICE video brightness adjustment activate/deactivate Telephone function regional mode (REG) Audio Streaming function normal video activate/deactivate inverse video...

  • Page 254

    SCREEN MENU MAP monochrome A monochrome C MAIN FUNCTION CHOICE A Choice A1 Press the OK dial for access to short-cut menus according to the display on the Choice A2 CHOICE B... screen: RADIO RADIO-CD DISPLAY ADJUST activate/deactivate RDS RDS SEARCH YEAR activate/deactivate REG mode REG MODE...

  • Page 255: Frequently Asked Questions

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

  • Page 256

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

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