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Exterior
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4
Parking assistance
6
2
Audible and/or visual front
parking assistance.
Key
item identification
mark
page identification
mark
2 buttons
2
The movement of
the door must be
guided on opening.
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4 buttons
Right-hand
door
Lefthand
door
Flap open
6
A press selected
by one or the
other.
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When the fuel filler
flap is open, a safety
system limits the
opening of the sliding
side door while the
fuel tank is being
filled.
Exterior
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5
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Tailgate
Transverse roof bars
Locking and unlocking by
remote control.
Press the handle and raise
the tailgate.
Release the four levers,
move your bars then secure
the levers.
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7
2
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Parking assistance
7b
Audible and/or visual rear
parking assistance.
2
7a
7a
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Spare wheel
Raise the wheel to be
repaired by means of the
cable until it is flush against
the floor. Close the cover on
the access opening securely.
7b
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Wheelbrace.
Jack box.
Towing eye.
FAMILIARISATION
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Interior
Interior
13. Battery/Fuse box.
14. Passenger air bag.
2. Driver's upper glove box.
15. Passenger's lower glove box/CD
changer/Fuse box/RCA sockets.
3. Central adjustable vents.
16. Air conditioning controls.
4. Audio equipment or GPS
multimedia audio equipment with
flap.
17. Lighter/
12 V accessories socket.
5. Instrument panel/Large colour
display.
6. Sunshine and passenger
compartment temperature sensor.
7. Passenger's upper glove box.
USB reader.
8. Windscreen demisting vents.
9. Speaker (tweeter).
10. Front window demisting vents.
11. Passenger air bag disarming
switch, if fitted on your vehicle.
12. Side adjustable vent.
18. Hazard warning lights switch.
25. Bonnet release under cover - on
the left.
26. Acoustic windscreen.
SETTING THE DATE AND
TIME
For more information about
this adjustment, refer to the
"Setting the date and time" section of
the "In-car technology" chapter.
19. Storage compartment or additional
telematics control.
20. Cooled compartment.
21. Ashtray/Can holder.
22. Seat adjustment control.
23. Storage compartment.
24. Handbrake - on the left.
ADDITIONAL HEATER
With the engine at idle
or when the vehicle is
stationary, it is normal
to notice a high-pitched
whistling and a slight emission of
smoke and odour.
FAMILIARISATION
1. Electric mirror controls.
- Electric window controls.
- Deactivation of the rear electric
controls.
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INTERIOR OVERVIEW
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Interior
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Interior protection alarm
deactivation button.
2. Speed limiter/cruise control
switches.
3. Lights and direction indicators
controls.
4. Driver's air bag.
Horn.
5. Control block.
10. Headlamp height adjustment.
6. Steering wheel audio equipment
controls.
11. a - Dynamic stability control button
(ESP/ASR).
b - Parking assistance button.
7. Wipers/wash-wipe/trip computer
controls.
8. Gear lever.
9. Ignition.
12. Steering wheel adjustment control.
Interior
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
NaviDrive
Audio system
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Truly ergonomic control for
access to the functions of
the NaviDrive.
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MyWay
This ergonomic audio equipment offers
a map of Europe on an SD card, a
Bluetooth telephone connection and
the playing of MP3/WMA files.
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9
USB reader
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FAMILIARISATION
This audio equipment incorporates a hard
disc with a capacity of 10 Gb, reserved
for your music.
It permits the playing of MP3 CDs and
DVDs.
The Jukebox function permits the
selective playing of up to 10 hours of
selection music. The detailed map of Europe is
stored on this hard disc, without the
addition of a CD. This map is displayed
on the 16/9ths 7-inch colour screen and
offers a 3D view.
The hands-free GSM telephone, via your
SIM card, also allows you access to the
confirmation CITROËN emergency team (subject to
conditions).
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SIT COMFORTABLY
Rotating the seat
Driver's seat
Seat with manual
adjustment
1. Forwardsbackwards
adjustment.
2. Angle.
3. Height.
Seat with
electric
adjustment
4. Lumbar.
5. Head restraint
height and angle.
If your vehicle
is fitted with a
version with a
rotating front
seat, pull the
button placed
at the end of
the handbrake
forwards.
The handbrake
lever lowers.
You can now rotate the seat. To return
to normal operation, pull the lever up
until it clicks.
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Other types of seat
Central rear seat
FAMILIARISATION
Linked side seats
Rear bench seat
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Interior
SIT COMFORTABLY
SEE CLEARLY
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Seat belts
Adjust the height
and depth of the
steering wheel.
Lights off
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3
Side lights
Main beam headlamps (blue)
Dipped headlamps (green)
Height adjustment.
AUTO, automatic switching
on of the lights
Wipers stalk
Electric exterior mirrors.
Selection
Adjustment Repositioning
2
1
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0

3
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Fastening.
4
95
fast.
normal.
intermittent.
off.
single wipe.
3
AUTO, press the stalk down.
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Interior
4
100
Child monitoring mirror
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Disarming the passenger's front air bag
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Handbrake
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Bonnet opening controls
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The bonnet opening control
is a red handle under a
cover. Release the bonnet
from inside the vehicle then
go to the front and insert
your hand under the badge
to open and raise the bonnet,
place the strut in its location
securely.
Battery
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Electric windows/Safety auto-reverse
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CHILD SAFETY
Opening control
2
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Sliding side doors from the
inside.
Safety auto-reverse.
Monitoring mirror.
Child seats.
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4
106
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FAMILIARISATION
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Interior
ADAPT CORRECTLY
VENTILATION
Details of the modularity of the seats
are indicated in chapter 3.
Good practice when moving a seat.
Observe the order of the steps referred
to in the document, place the head
restraint in the lowest position, fold
the seat back onto the seat cushion,
ensure that the refitting position is
compatible with the type of seat, offer
up the front feet of the seat directly
above the slides or retaining hooks on
the floor before triggering the refitting
of the rear feet.
Air conditioning
Automatic with separate adjustment
Press, AUTO is displayed, this is the
usual mode.
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With manual adjustment
Press the on/off switch .
Select your distribution setting.
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Recommended settings for the Manual Air Conditioning
For optimum use of the system, we recommend:
If I require...
Air distribution
Temperature
Air flow
Air
recirculation
Heating
AC
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De-icing
Demisting
With Automatic Air Conditioning, operation in AUTO mode is recommended irrespective of the requirement.
Remember to switch the system off when the ambient air suits your requirements.
FAMILIARISATION
Cooling
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Identification features
IDENTIFICATION FEATURES
A. Manufacturer's plate.
B. Model serial number.
C. Tyres and paint colour
reference.
The label C on the driver's door gives:
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the wheel and tyre sizes,
the brands of tyres approved by
the manufacturer,
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the tyre pressures (the tyre
pressure must be checked when
the tyre is cold, at least once a
month),
the paint colour reference.
Accesses
Normal locking
Press the closed padlock to
lock the vehicle.
This is confirmed by fixed
lighting of the direction
indicators for approximately
two seconds.
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REMOTE CONTROL
Deadlocking
If your vehicle is fitted with
deadlocking, a second
press on the closed padlock
within five seconds of locking
changes this to deadlocking.
ACCESSES
KEYS
Central locking
From the driver's door or passenger
door, the keys allow you to lock,
deadlock or unlock the doors and
tailgate, as well as fold back the
exterior mirrors.
If one of the doors or the tailgate is
open, the central locking does not
work.
The remote control performs the
same functions at a distance.
The key allows you to switch on the
ignition and to mechanically operate
the lock on the fuel filler cap, the glove
box, the passenger air bag disarming
switch and the mechanical child lock.
Deadlocking renders the internal
and external door locking
controls inoperative. Never leave
anyone inside the vehicle when it is
deadlocked.
If the deadlocking is operated from
inside the vehicle, it will change to
normal locking when the vehicle is
started.
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This is confirmed by fixed lighting
of the direction indicators for
approximately two seconds.
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Opening/Closing the electric
sliding side doors
Pressing the closed
padlock for more than
2 seconds, in addition to
locking or deadlocking,
permits automatic closing of
the windows and places the sunroofs
in the partially open position, if they
were open. To close them completely,
you must press their switch before
leaving the vehicle.
Unlocking
Press the open padlock to
unlock the vehicle.
This is confirmed by rapid
flashing of the direction
indicators.
If the vehicle is locked and unlocking
is activated inadvertently, unless the
doors are opened within 30 seconds,
the vehicle will lock automatically.
Pressing one of the buttons
opens or closes the
corresponding rear door
(right or left).
Folding/opening out the key
To tuck away the key blade,
press the button, then fold it
down into the remote control
module.
To open out the key, press the
button.
Locating your vehicle
This press unlocks the entire
vehicle before opening the sliding
door.
To locate your vehicle, if you
have locked it, in a car park.
Press the closed padlock, the
courtesy lights come on and
the direction indicators flash
for a few seconds.
Key in ignition
A buzzer sounds on opening the
driver's door, if the key has been left in
the ignition.
Accesses
Normal locking
Press the closed padlock to
lock the vehicle.
This is confirmed by fixed
lighting of the direction
indicators for approximately
two seconds.
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REMOTE CONTROL
Deadlocking
If your vehicle is fitted with
deadlocking, a second
press on the closed padlock
within five seconds of locking
changes this to deadlocking.
ACCESSES
KEYS
Central locking
From the driver's door or passenger
door, the keys allow you to lock,
deadlock or unlock the doors and
tailgate, as well as fold back the
exterior mirrors.
If one of the doors or the tailgate is
open, the central locking does not
work.
The remote control performs the
same functions at a distance.
The key allows you to switch on the
ignition and to mechanically operate
the lock on the fuel filler cap, the glove
box, the passenger air bag disarming
switch and the mechanical child lock.
Deadlocking renders the internal
and external door locking
controls inoperative. Never leave
anyone inside the vehicle when it is
deadlocked.
If the deadlocking is operated from
inside the vehicle, it will change to
normal locking when the vehicle is
started.
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This is confirmed by fixed lighting
of the direction indicators for
approximately two seconds.
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Accesses
Opening/Closing the electric
sliding side doors
Pressing the closed
padlock for more than
2 seconds, in addition to
locking or deadlocking,
permits automatic closing of
the windows and places the sunroofs
in the partially open position, if they
were open. To close them completely,
you must press their switch before
leaving the vehicle.
Unlocking
Press the open padlock to
unlock the vehicle.
This is confirmed by rapid
flashing of the direction
indicators.
If the vehicle is locked and unlocking
is activated inadvertently, unless the
doors are opened within 30 seconds,
the vehicle will lock automatically.
Pressing one of the buttons
opens or closes the
corresponding rear door
(right or left).
Folding/opening out the key
To tuck away the key blade,
press the button, then fold it
down into the remote control
module.
To open out the key, press the
button.
Locating your vehicle
This press unlocks the entire
vehicle before opening the sliding
door.
To locate your vehicle, if you
have locked it, in a car park.
Press the closed padlock, the
courtesy lights come on and
the direction indicators flash
for a few seconds.
Key in ignition
A buzzer sounds on opening the
driver's door, if the key has been left in
the ignition.
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Accesses
Battery ref.: CR1620/3 volts.
The information "battery flat" is given
by an audible signal, accompanied by
a message on the multifunction display.
To replace the battery, unclip the
casing using a coin at the ring.
If the remote control does not work
after the battery has been changed,
re-programme the remote control.
Do not discard the remote control
batteries, they contain metals which
are harmful to the environment.
Take them to a CITROËN dealer, or to
any other approved collection point.
Programming the remote
control
Following changing of the
remote control battery or
disconnection of the vehicle
battery, the remote control may
have to be reprogrammed.
Wait at least one minute
before using the remote
control.
Insert the key in the ignition
switch with the buttons
(padlocks) of the remote control
facing you.
Switch on the ignition.
Press the locking padlock for at
least five seconds within the next
ten seconds.
Switch off the ignition.
Wait at least one minute before using
the remote control.
The remote control is now working
again.
READY TO SET OFF
Changing the remote control
battery
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ELECTRONIC ENGINE
IMMOBILISER
This locks the engine control system as
soon as the ignition has been switched
off and therefore prevents starting of
the vehicle by anyone who does not
have the key.
The ignition key has an electronic
chip which has a special code. When
the ignition is switched on, the code
must be recognised for starting to be
possible.
If the system does not function
correctly, the central locking button
indicator light, situated on the courtesy
light console, flashes rapidly when the
ignition is switched on (2nd notch).
In this case your vehicle will not start.
Contact a CITROËN dealer as soon as
possible.
Good practice
Key, remote control
Take care not to allow the key to come
into contact with grease, dust, rain or a
damp environment.
A heavy object attached to the key
(key ring, ...) weighing on the shaft
of the key in the switch may cause a
malfunction.
The high frequency remote control is
a sensitive system; do not operate it
while it is in your pocket as there is
a possibility that it may unlock your
vehicle, without you being aware of it.
Do not repeatedly press the buttons of
your remote control out of range and
out of sight of your vehicle. You run
the risk of stopping it from working and
the remote control would have to be
reprogrammed.
The remote control does not operate
when the key is in the ignition, even
when the ignition is switched off,
except for reprogramming.
Do not make any modifications to the
electronic engine immobiliser system.
If the keys are lost
A CITROËN dealer will be able
to retrieve the key code and the
transponder code to order a
replacement key if you show him your
V5 registration certificate and personal
identification.
Safety
In the event of a serious impact the
doors are unlocked automatically
to permit access by the emergency
services.
Remove the ignition key when you
leave the vehicle, even for a short time,
if there are children on board.
Purchasing a second-hand vehicle
Ensure that you are given the anti-theft
socket for alloy wheels (remember to
note the code engraved on the head of
the socket).
Have the key codes memorised by a
CITROËN dealer, to ensure that the
keys in your possession are the only
ones which can start the vehicle.
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If fitted on your vehicle, this provides
two types of protection:
- exterior protection: it sounds if a
door, the tailgate or the bonnet is
opened.
- interior protection: it sounds if
the volume inside the passenger
compartment changes (breaking of
a window or a movement inside the
vehicle).
A red indicator light, located in the
centre of the fascia, indicates the
information detailed below.
Setting the alarm
-
Switch off the ignition and get out of
the vehicle.
Set the alarm within five minutes of
getting out of the vehicle, by locking
or deadlocking using the remote
control (the red indicator light
flashes once per second).
To lock your vehicle without setting the
alarm, insert the key in the lock then
lock the vehicle (e.g. for washing).
When the alarm is triggered, the siren
sounds and the direction indicator lights
flash for thirty seconds.
Warning - alarm triggered: the red indicator
light flashes rapidly, insert the key and
switch on the ignition to switch it off.
When the alarm has been triggered ten
times in succession (on the eleventh time)
the alarm is deactivated. Repeat the rules
for setting the alarm.
Disarming
Unlock the vehicle with the remote
control (the red indicator light goes out).
To set the alarm with exterior
protection only
If, while you are away from the vehicle,
you wish to leave a window partially
open or a pet inside the vehicle, you
should choose exterior protection only.
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Unlock the doors with the key
and open the door. The alarm is
triggered.
Switch on the ignition in the
next ten seconds. The alarm is
disarmed.
Incorrect operation
When the ignition is switched on, if the red
indicator light remains on for ten seconds,
there is a fault in the siren connection.
Consult a CITROËN dealer to have the
system checked.
Automatic setting of the alarm
If fitted on your vehicle, the alarm is set
automatically 2 minutes after the last
door or the tailgate is closed.
To prevent triggering of the alarm when
a door or the tailgate is opened, it is
imperative to press the remote control
unlocking button again.
Do not make any modifications
to the alarm system as this could
cause faults.
READY TO SET OFF
ALARM
Close the sunroofs,
Switch off the ignition,
In the next ten seconds, press
button A, located on the left-hand
side of the fascia, until the red
indicator light is on continuously,
Get out of the vehicle,
Within the next five minutes, set the
alarm by locking or deadlocking using
the remote control (the red indicator
light flashes once a second).
When the alarm is set but the
remote control does not operate:
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Accesses
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Accesses
Opening the doors from outside
Opening the doors from inside
DOORS
Locking/Unlocking from
the inside
Press the padlock, the red
warning light comes on when
the vehicle is locked and switches off
when it is unlocked.
This locks/unlocks the doors and the
tailgate.
If the vehicle is locked or
deadlocked from the outside, the
red warning light flashes and the
padlock does not function. In this case,
use the key or the remote control to
unlock from the outside.
The door opening switches do
not function when the vehicle is
deadlocked.
Automatic central locking
To deactivate
The doors can lock automatically when
you are driving (at a speed of more
than 6 mph (10 km/h)).
You can activate or deactivate this
function.
With the ignition on, press
and hold the padlock.
Deactivation of the function is
accompanied by an audible signal.
"Door open" alert
To activate
With the ignition on, press
and hold the padlock.
Activation of the function is
accompanied by an audible signal and
a message on the display.
If a door or the tailgate is not closed
properly:
- when the engine is running, you
are warned by a graphic and a
message on the display for a few
seconds,
- when the vehicle is moving
(speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)),
the service warning light comes on.
It is accompanied by an audible
signal, a message and a graphic on
the display for a few seconds.
Accesses
It is imperative that the doors are
only operated when the vehicle is
stationary.
Always ensure that the door is
operated safely.
Check that no person, animal or object
is preventing the required operation,
either inside or outside the vehicle.
Do not lean through an open window, do
not leave any object protruding through
the door during opening or closing.
Do not leave children or pets near the
opening and closing controls without
supervision.
ELECTRIC SLIDING SIDE DOORS
Opening/Closing from
the front
Press the corresponding
control.
An audible signal accompanies the
opening and closing of the door.
Opening/Closing using
the remote control
Press one of the buttons
to open or close the
corresponding rear door
(right or left).
Opening/Closing from
row 2
Press the corresponding
control.
Remember to close the sliding
doors when your vehicle is parked
for long periods, the electric open
door monitoring system consumes
power.
Obstacle detection
The detection system is triggered
when an obstacle which has a certain
physical resistance hinders the
movement of the door.
If an obstacle is detected during:
- closing of the door, the door opens
fully,
- opening of the door, the door stops.
When the obstacle has been removed,
complete or restart the action using the
remote control or the interior controls.
Failure to observe these
recommendations may result in injury
or damage if part of the body or an
object becomes jammed or caught.
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General recommendations
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CHILD SAFETY
TAILGATE
A - Mechanical
This prevents either of the rear doors
being opened from inside.
- Turn the switch A a quarter of a
turn using the ignition key.
B - Electric
This disarms all the electrical controls
in the rear:
- electric windows,
- sliding side doors,
- sunroofs in rows 2 and 3.
With the ignition on, press button B.
A message appears on the display,
accompanied by an audible signal,
indicating the status of the function:
activated or not activated.
Always check the status before setting off.
This safety system is independent of
the central locking.
In the event of a serious impact, the doors
are unlocked automatically to permit
access by the emergency services.
Always remove the ignition key
when leaving the vehicle, even for
a short time.
Simultaneous locking or
unlocking of the tailgate
and the doors
The tailgate is locked or unlocked by
the remote control or the driver’s door
or passenger door lock.
To open, operate the handle C and lift
the tailgate.
The tailgate locks automatically
when the vehicle is being driven
at more than 6 mph (10 km/h) and
unlocks when one of the front doors is
opened.
"Tailgate open" warning
When the engine is running or the
vehicle is being driven, you are warned
if the tailgate is not closed correctly by
a diagram on the display, accompanied
by an audible signal.
Tailgate release
This enables the tailgate to be
unlocked in the event of a central
locking fault.
- Fold back a row 2 rear seat,
- Fold back a row 3 rear seat or the
bench seat to gain access to the
lock from inside the boot,
- Insert a small screwdriver into hole D
in the lock and push it towards the
left to unlock the tailgate.
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CHILD SAFETY
TAILGATE
A - Mechanical
This prevents either of the rear doors
being opened from inside.
- Turn the switch A a quarter of a
turn using the ignition key.
B - Electric
This disarms all the electrical controls
in the rear:
- electric windows,
- sliding side doors,
- sunroofs in rows 2 and 3.
With the ignition on, press button B.
A message appears on the display,
accompanied by an audible signal,
indicating the status of the function:
activated or not activated.
Always check the status before setting off.
This safety system is independent of
the central locking.
In the event of a serious impact, the doors
are unlocked automatically to permit
access by the emergency services.
Always remove the ignition key
when leaving the vehicle, even for
a short time.
Simultaneous locking or
unlocking of the tailgate
and the doors
The tailgate is locked or unlocked by
the remote control or the driver’s door
or passenger door lock.
To open, operate the handle C and lift
the tailgate.
The tailgate locks automatically
when the vehicle is being driven
at more than 6 mph (10 km/h) and
unlocks when one of the front doors is
opened.
"Tailgate open" warning
When the engine is running or the
vehicle is being driven, you are warned
if the tailgate is not closed correctly by
a diagram on the display, accompanied
by an audible signal.
Tailgate release
This enables the tailgate to be
unlocked in the event of a central
locking fault.
- Fold back a row 2 rear seat,
- Fold back a row 3 rear seat or the
bench seat to gain access to the
lock from inside the boot,
- Insert a small screwdriver into hole D
in the lock and push it towards the
left to unlock the tailgate.
Disarming of the row 2
and 3 controls
Press the rear electrical functions
disarming switch.
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The sunroof shutter is manual.
To open it, lift the handle and slide
it rearwards.
To close it, slide it forwards until the
handle locks.
Malfunction
You have three sunroofs each with an
independent control.
However, the front passenger's control
can also operate the two rear sunroofs
simultaneously.
To partially open the roof: press and
hold part A of the control.
To open the roof completely: press
part A of the control briefly.
To close it completely: press part B
of the control briefly to slide it, then
press the control again continuously to
close it completely.
In the event of a malfunction, unwanted
opening of the roof on closing (for
example, in the presence of ice),
following reconnection of the battery or
if the sunroof does not close:
- press A until the roof is fully open,
- press B within one second to close
the roof,
- if the roof does not close, press B
several times until the roof is fully
closed,
- release then continue to press the
control B for approximately five
seconds after closing of the roof.
Safety auto-reverse
When the sunroof is sliding closed
and meets an obstacle, it stops then
partially opens again.
The safety auto-reverse function is
not active during these operations.
Good practice
Do not open the sunroofs
immediately after a shower or
immediately after washing the car.
Always ensure that the sunroofs are
closed correctly before leaving the
vehicle.
In the event of contact during operation
of the roof, you must reverse the
movement of the roof. To do this, press
the switch concerned.
When the driver operates the roof
switch, he must ensure that no one is
preventing correct closing of the roof.
Be aware of children when operating
the roof.
The driver must ensure that the
passengers use the sunroof correctly.
READY TO SET OFF
SUNROOFS
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Instruments and controls
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
CONTROL BLOCK
Display
With monochrome display
INSTRUMENT PANELS
1.
2.
3.
4.
Rev counter.
Speedometer.
Fuel level and coolant temperature.
Display.
With colour display
READY TO SET OFF
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Instruments and controls
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Instruments and controls
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WARNING LIGHTS
Each time the engine is started: a series of warning lights comes on applying a self-test check. They switch off almost
immediately. With the engine running: the warning light becomes a warning if it remains on continuously or flashes.
This initial warning may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message which appears on the display. "Do not
ignore these warnings."
Warning light
STOP
Handbrake/
Brake fluid
level/EBFD
Engine oil
pressure
is
indicates
Solution - action
lit, associated
with another
warning
light and
accompanied
by a message
on the display.
major faults linked with the
"Brake fluid level", "Engine
oil pressure", "Coolant
temperature", "Electronic
brake force distribution",
"Power steering" and
"Punctured tyre" warning
lights.
You must stop, park, switch off the ignition
and call a CITROËN dealer.
lit.
handbrake applied or not
released correctly.
Releasing the handbrake switches off the warning
light. Chapter 2, "Starting and stopping" section.
lit.
low brake fluid level.
Top up using a fluid recommended by CITROËN.
remaining on,
even though the
failure of the electronic
level is correct
and associated brake force distribution.
with the ABS
warning light.
You must stop, park, switch off the ignition
and call a CITROËN dealer.
lit while driving. insufficient pressure.
Park, switch off the ignition and allow to cool.
Visually check the level. Chapter 6, "Levels"
section.
remaining on,
even though
the level is
correct.
Call a CITROËN dealer.
major fault.
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Instruments and controls
is
indicates
Solution - action
lit.
an abnormal increase in the
temperature.
Park and switch off the ignition then allow to cool.
Visually check the level. Chapter 2, "Instruments
and controls" section.
flashing.
a drop in the coolant level.
Chapter 6, "Levels" section. Contact a CITROËN
dealer.
lit temporarily.
minor faults or warnings.
remaining on.
major faults.
lit.
the driver or a front
passenger has not fastened
his seat belt.
flashing,
accompanied
by an audible
signal of
increasing
volume.
Check that the seat belt is fastened by pulling the
the vehicle is moving with
strap. Chapter 4, "Seat belts" section.
the driver or front passenger
The driver must ensure that all passengers fasten
seat belt not fastened.
and use the seat belts correctly.
Front/side/
curtain air
bag
flashing or
remaining on.
failure of an air bag.
Have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer
without delay. Chapter 4 "Air bags" section.
Front
passenger air
bag disarmed
lit.
intentional disarming of this
air bag in the presence of a
rear facing child seat.
Chapter 4, "Air bags-children on board" section.
Coolant
temperature
and level
Service
Row 1 seat
belt not
fastened
Consult the warnings log on the display or on the
screen. See chapter 9 In-car Technology, "Audio
equipment - Trip computer" section, depending on
the seriousness of the fault, contact a CITROËN
dealer.
In the case of a low diesel additive level, see
chapter 6 "Levels" section.
Pull the strap then insert the tongue in the buckle.
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Warning light
2
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Instruments and controls
Warning light
is
indicates
lit.
You have enough fuel left to drive approximately
30 miles (50 km).
that the fuel reserve is being Fill up with fuel without delay. The evaluation of the fuel
used (approximately 5 litres reserve is a parameter which is sensitive to the style
remain).
of driving, the profile of the road, the time elapsed and
the distance travelled since the warning light came on.
Capacity approximately
80 litres.
Never continue to drive until you run out of fuel, this
could damage the emission control and injection
systems.
flashing.
a malfunction of the gauge
or cutting off of the supply
following a serious impact.
Restore the supply. Chapter 6, "Fuel" section.
flashing or
remaining on.
failure of the injection,
ignition (risk of destruction
of the catalytic converter in
the case of a petrol engine)
or emission control system.
Have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer
as soon as possible.
lit.
fault in the charging circuit.
Check the battery terminals, … Chapter 7,
"Battery" section.
flashing.
placing of the active
functions on standby
(economy mode).
Chapter 7, "Battery" section.
remaining on,
in spite of the
checks.
faulty circuit, injection or
ignition malfunction.
Call a CITROËN dealer.
remaining on
or coming on
above 7 mph
(12 km/h).
failure of the anti-lock
braking system.
The vehicle retains conventional braking without
assistance but you are advised to stop. Call a
CITROËN dealer.
Low fuel level
EOBD
emission
control
system
Battery
charge
ABS
Solution - action
Warning light
ESP/ASR
Diesel
pre-heating
Dipped
headlamps/
Daytime
lights
is
indicates
Solution - action
flashing.
wheel skid avoided.
The system optimises the traction and improves
the directional stability of the vehicle.
Chapter 4, "Driving safety" section.
remaining on.
a malfunction of the system.
E.g.: under-inflation of the
tyres.
Check the pressure of the tyres. Call a CITROËN
dealer.
remaining on
with the button
(below the
steering wheel
on the left)
pressed.
deactivation of the system.
The operation of the system has been
deactivated. Chapter 4, "Driving safety" section.
lit.
climatic conditions requiring
pre-heating.
Wait until the warning light is switched off before
operating the starter.
manual selection or
automatic lighting.
Rotate the ring on the lights stalk to the second
position.
lit.
Main beam
headlamps
Direction
indicators
lighting of the dipped headlamps
from the time the ignition is
switched on - daytime lights.
Chapter 3, "Steering wheel controls" section.
Depending on the country in
which the vehicle is sold.
pulling of the stalk towards
you.
Pull the stalk to return to dipped headlamps.
and with an
audible signal,
ignition off.
opening of the driver's door
with the lights still on.
Rotate the ring on the lights stalk to position 0.
flashing with
buzzer.
change of direction via the
lights stalk, to the left of the
steering wheel.
To the Right: control to be pushed upwards.
To the Left: control to be pushed downwards.
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Instruments and controls
2
34
Instruments and controls
Warning light
is
indicates
Solution - action
Front fog
lamps
lit.
manual selection.
The fog lamps only operate if the side lights or
dipped headlamps are on.
Rear fog
lamps
lit.
manual selection.
The fog lamps only operate if the side lights or
dipped headlamps are on. In conditions of normal
visibility, take care to switch them off on penalty of
being booked. "This light is a dazzling red."
is
indicates
Solution - action
Cruise control lit.
cruise control selected.
Manual selection. Chapter 3, "Steering wheel
controls" section.
Speed limiter
lit.
speed limiter selected.
Manual selection. Chapter 3, "Steering wheel
controls" section.
Service
spanner
lit.
service due shortly.
Refer to the list of checks in the servicing booklet.
Have the service carried out by a CITROËN
dealer.
Automatic
gearbox
displayed.
gear lever position selected.
Chapter 2, "Instruments and controls" section.
Particle
emission filter
saturation
warning
displayed and
associated with
the service
warning light.
malfunction of the particle
emission filter (diesel
additive level, risk of
clogging, ...).
Have the filter checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Chapter 6, "Levels" section.
Display
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Instruments and controls
Warning light
is
indicates
Solution - action
Front fog
lamps
lit.
manual selection.
The fog lamps only operate if the side lights or
dipped headlamps are on.
Rear fog
lamps
lit.
manual selection.
The fog lamps only operate if the side lights or
dipped headlamps are on. In conditions of normal
visibility, take care to switch them off on penalty of
being booked. "This light is a dazzling red."
is
indicates
Solution - action
Cruise control lit.
cruise control selected.
Manual selection. Chapter 3, "Steering wheel
controls" section.
Speed limiter
lit.
speed limiter selected.
Manual selection. Chapter 3, "Steering wheel
controls" section.
Service
spanner
lit.
service due shortly.
Refer to the list of checks in the servicing booklet.
Have the service carried out by a CITROËN
dealer.
Automatic
gearbox
displayed.
gear lever position selected.
Chapter 2, "Instruments and controls" section.
Particle
emission filter
saturation
warning
displayed and
associated with
the service
warning light.
malfunction of the particle
emission filter (diesel
additive level, risk of
clogging, ...).
Have the filter checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Chapter 6, "Levels" section.
Display
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Instruments and controls
With monochrome screen
With colour screen
COOLANT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR
In zone A, the temperature is correct.
In zone B, the temperature is too high.
The central STOP warning light and
the maximum coolant temperature
warning light 1 come on, accompanied
by an audible signal and the message
"Engine coolant temp. too high" on
the display.
You must stop immediately.
Wait for the engine to cool before
topping up the level.
The cooling system is pressurised.
In the event of a breakdown and in
order to avoid any risk of scalding,
unscrew the cap two turns to allow
the pressure to drop.
When the pressure has dropped,
remove the cap and top up the level.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
After switching on the ignition, three
functions are shown in succession:
- service indicator,
- engine oil level indicator
(see corresponding section),
- total distance recorder
(total and trip distances).
It also displays the automatic gearbox
positions and programmes selected
(see opposite).
The total and trip distances are
displayed for thirty seconds, when
the ignition is switched off, on
opening the driver’s door as well as on
locking and unlocking the vehicle.
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INSTRUMENT PANEL DISPLAY
2
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Instruments and controls
With monochrome screen
With colour screen
COOLANT TEMPERATURE INDICATOR
In zone A, the temperature is correct.
In zone B, the temperature is too high.
The central STOP warning light and
the maximum coolant temperature
warning light 1 come on, accompanied
by an audible signal and the message
"Engine coolant temp. too high" on
the display.
You must stop immediately.
Wait for the engine to cool before
topping up the level.
The cooling system is pressurised.
In the event of a breakdown and in
order to avoid any risk of scalding,
unscrew the cap two turns to allow
the pressure to drop.
When the pressure has dropped,
remove the cap and top up the level.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
After switching on the ignition, three
functions are shown in succession:
- service indicator,
- engine oil level indicator
(see corresponding section),
- total distance recorder
(total and trip distances).
It also displays the automatic gearbox
positions and programmes selected
(see opposite).
The total and trip distances are
displayed for thirty seconds, when
the ignition is switched off, on
opening the driver’s door as well as on
locking and unlocking the vehicle.
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INSTRUMENT PANEL DISPLAY
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Instruments and controls
36
Service indicator
The display, located in the control
block, informs you when the next
service will be due in accordance
with the "Manufacturer's" servicing
schedule indicated in the servicing
booklet. This information is determined
in relation to the distance travelled
since the previous service.
Refer to the list of checks in the
servicing booklet which was given
to you on delivery of the vehicle.
For further information, consult
the CITROËN SERVICE site at
the address:
http://service.citroen.com
Operation
A few moments after the ignition
has been switched on, the spanner
indicating a service operation lights
up; the display for the total distance
recorder tells you (in round figures)
the distance remaining before the next
service.
The points at which a service is due
are calculated from the last indicator
zero reset.
The point at which a service is due is
determined by the distance travelled.
Example: 4 800 miles/km remain
before the next service is due. When
the ignition is switched on and for a
few seconds, the display shows:
A few seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the oil level is displayed,
then the total distance recorder
resumes normal operation showing the
total and trip distances.
The distance remaining before the next
service is less than 500 miles/1 000 km
Each time the ignition is switched on
and for a few seconds, the spanner
flashes and the number of miles/
kilometres remaining is displayed:
A few seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the oil level is displayed,
then the total distance recorder
resumes normal operation and the
spanner remains lit. This indicates that
a service should be carried out shortly.
The service is overdue
Each time the ignition is switched on
and for a few seconds, the spanner
flashes and the excess distance is
displayed.
With the engine running the
spanner remains lit until the
service has been carried out.
Your CITROËN dealer carries out this
operation after each service.
However, if you carry out the service
yourself, the re-set procedure is as
follows:
- Switch off the ignition,
- Press and hold the trip recorder
reset button,
- Switch on the ignition.
The display begins a countdown.
When the display shows "=0", release
the button; the spanner disappears.
After this operation, if you wish
to disconnect the battery, lock
the vehicle and wait for at least
five minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
will not be registered.
Engine oil level indicator
When the ignition is switched on, the
engine oil level is indicated for a few
seconds, after the service information.
Oil level correct
Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL",
linked with the
service warning light,
accompanied by an
audible signal and a message on the
display, indicates a lack of oil which
could damage the engine.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by a check
using the dipstick, it is essential that
the level is topped up.
Oil level gauge fault
Flashing of "OIL --"
indicates a
malfunction of the
engine oil level gauge.
Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
The level read will only be correct
if the vehicle is on level ground
and the engine has been off for
more than 15 minutes.
Dipstick
A = maximum, never exceed
this level as a surplus of oil
may damage the engine.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
without delay.
B = minimum, top up the level
via the oil filler cap, using
the type of oil suited to your
engine.
Trip recorder zero
reset button
With the ignition on, press
the button until the zeros
appear.
Lighting rheostat
With the lights on, press
the button to vary the
intensity of the lighting
of the instruments and
controls. When the lighting reaches
the minimum (or maximum) setting,
release the button then press it again
to increase (or reduce) the brightness.
As soon as the lighting is of the
required brightness, release the button.
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Zero re-set
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Instruments and controls
2
Your CITROËN dealer carries out this
operation after each service.
However, if you carry out the service
yourself, the re-set procedure is as
follows:
- Switch off the ignition,
- Press and hold the trip recorder
reset button,
- Switch on the ignition.
The display begins a countdown.
When the display shows "=0", release
the button; the spanner disappears.
After this operation, if you wish
to disconnect the battery, lock
the vehicle and wait for at least
five minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
will not be registered.
Engine oil level indicator
When the ignition is switched on, the
engine oil level is indicated for a few
seconds, after the service information.
Oil level correct
Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL",
linked with the
service warning light,
accompanied by an
audible signal and a message on the
display, indicates a lack of oil which
could damage the engine.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by a check
using the dipstick, it is essential that
the level is topped up.
Oil level gauge fault
Flashing of "OIL --"
indicates a
malfunction of the
engine oil level gauge.
Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
The level read will only be correct
if the vehicle is on level ground
and the engine has been off for
more than 15 minutes.
Dipstick
A = maximum, never exceed
this level as a surplus of oil
may damage the engine.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
without delay.
B = minimum, top up the level
via the oil filler cap, using
the type of oil suited to your
engine.
Trip recorder zero
reset button
With the ignition on, press
the button until the zeros
appear.
Lighting rheostat
With the lights on, press
the button to vary the
intensity of the lighting
of the instruments and
controls. When the lighting reaches
the minimum (or maximum) setting,
release the button then press it again
to increase (or reduce) the brightness.
As soon as the lighting is of the
required brightness, release the button.
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Zero re-set
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Instruments and controls
2
Your CITROËN dealer carries out this
operation after each service.
However, if you carry out the service
yourself, the re-set procedure is as
follows:
- Switch off the ignition,
- Press and hold the trip recorder
reset button,
- Switch on the ignition.
The display begins a countdown.
When the display shows "=0", release
the button; the spanner disappears.
After this operation, if you wish
to disconnect the battery, lock
the vehicle and wait for at least
five minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
will not be registered.
Engine oil level indicator
When the ignition is switched on, the
engine oil level is indicated for a few
seconds, after the service information.
Oil level correct
Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL",
linked with the
service warning light,
accompanied by an
audible signal and a message on the
display, indicates a lack of oil which
could damage the engine.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by a check
using the dipstick, it is essential that
the level is topped up.
Oil level gauge fault
Flashing of "OIL --"
indicates a
malfunction of the
engine oil level gauge.
Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
The level read will only be correct
if the vehicle is on level ground
and the engine has been off for
more than 15 minutes.
Dipstick
A = maximum, never exceed
this level as a surplus of oil
may damage the engine.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
without delay.
B = minimum, top up the level
via the oil filler cap, using
the type of oil suited to your
engine.
Trip recorder zero
reset button
With the ignition on, press
the button until the zeros
appear.
Lighting rheostat
With the lights on, press
the button to vary the
intensity of the lighting
of the instruments and
controls. When the lighting reaches
the minimum (or maximum) setting,
release the button then press it again
to increase (or reduce) the brightness.
As soon as the lighting is of the
required brightness, release the button.
READY TO SET OFF
Zero re-set
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Instruments and controls
2
Your CITROËN dealer carries out this
operation after each service.
However, if you carry out the service
yourself, the re-set procedure is as
follows:
- Switch off the ignition,
- Press and hold the trip recorder
reset button,
- Switch on the ignition.
The display begins a countdown.
When the display shows "=0", release
the button; the spanner disappears.
After this operation, if you wish
to disconnect the battery, lock
the vehicle and wait for at least
five minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
will not be registered.
Engine oil level indicator
When the ignition is switched on, the
engine oil level is indicated for a few
seconds, after the service information.
Oil level correct
Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL",
linked with the
service warning light,
accompanied by an
audible signal and a message on the
display, indicates a lack of oil which
could damage the engine.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by a check
using the dipstick, it is essential that
the level is topped up.
Oil level gauge fault
Flashing of "OIL --"
indicates a
malfunction of the
engine oil level gauge.
Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
The level read will only be correct
if the vehicle is on level ground
and the engine has been off for
more than 15 minutes.
Dipstick
A = maximum, never exceed
this level as a surplus of oil
may damage the engine.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
without delay.
B = minimum, top up the level
via the oil filler cap, using
the type of oil suited to your
engine.
Trip recorder zero
reset button
With the ignition on, press
the button until the zeros
appear.
Lighting rheostat
With the lights on, press
the button to vary the
intensity of the lighting
of the instruments and
controls. When the lighting reaches
the minimum (or maximum) setting,
release the button then press it again
to increase (or reduce) the brightness.
As soon as the lighting is of the
required brightness, release the button.
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Zero re-set
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Instruments and controls
2
Gearbox and stearing wheel
38
Park: position of the lever
when parked.
To immobilise the vehicle or
start the engine.
Reverse: position of the lever
in reverse gear.
To reverse the vehicle.
Neutral: position of the lever
in neutral.
GEARBOXES AND STEERING WHEEL
AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
The six-speed (Diesel engine)
"Porsche Tiptronic-system" automatic
gearbox offers a choice between:
- the comfort of integral automatic
operation, enhanced by a snow
programme,
- or the pleasure of manual gear
changing.
Gear selection gate
-
Move the lever in the gate to select
a position. Once the position
is selected, the corresponding
indicator light appears on the
instrument panel display.
To park the vehicle
(handbrake on) and start the
engine.
Drive: position of the lever
while driving.
To move the vehicle forwards
in automatic mode.
Manual: selection of the gears
by pressing the gear lever
(1 to 6).
To move the vehicle forwards in
manual mode.
Moving off
For immediate maximum
acceleration without touching the
gear lever, press the accelerator
pedal down as far as it will go to the
end of its travel passing the point of
resistance (kickdown). The gearbox will
automatically change down or maintain
the gear selected until maximum
engine speed is reached.
With the engine running, to move off
from position P.
It is essential to press
the brake pedal to exit
position P,
-
select position R or D,
-
On a descent, the gearbox will
automatically change down in order to
provide efficient engine braking and
good re-acceleration.
gradually release the
pressure on the brake
pedal; the vehicle moves
off immediately.
You can also move off from position N.
Automatic mode
Automatic changing of the six gears.
-
With your foot on
the brake, release
the handbrake,
-
select position R, D or M,
-
gradually release the
pressure on the brake
pedal; the vehicle moves
off immediately.
-
Select position D.
The gearbox always selects the most
suitable gear according to the following
parameters:
- the style of driving,
- the road profile,
- the vehicle load.
The gearbox is then operating in autoadaptive mode, without any action on
your part.
If you take your foot off the accelerator
suddenly, the gearbox will not change
to a higher gear for reasons of safety.
When stationary with the gear lever in
position D (drive), a vibration limiting
device is activated by pressing the
brake pedal.
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Gearbox and stearing wheel
2
Gearbox and stearing wheel
40
You can change from position D
(automatic mode) to position M
(manual mode) at any time.
In manual mode, it is only possible to
change from one gear to another if
the vehicle speed and engine speed
permit. If they do not, the vehicle will
operate temporarily in automatic mode.
When the vehicle is stationary or
moving very slowly, the gearbox
automatically selects gear 1.
Reverse gear
-
Stopping the vehicle, starting
the engine
-
The  (snow) programme does not
operate in manual mode.
Manual mode
Manual changing of the gears by
pressing.
- Select lever position M,
press the lever to the
+ sign to change to a
higher gear, from 1 to 6,
-
conversely, press the lever
to the - sign to change to a
lower gear.
Select position P to
immobilise the vehicle or
to start the engine, with
the handbrake on or off.
If the battery is flat and the lever is
in position P, it will be impossible
to change to another position.
-
Select position R, with the
vehicle stationary and the
engine at idle.
You can also select
position N to park or to
start the engine, with the
handbrake on.
If position N is engaged
inadvertently while driving, allow
the engine to return to idle before
engaging position D to accelerate.
In addition to the automatic
programme, there is a special
Snow programme.
This improves starting
and drive when traction is
poor. The snowflake appears on the
instrument panel display.
-
Press button  once the
vehicle has been started
and position D selected.
The gearbox adapts to driving
on slippery roads.
-
You can return to the automatic
programme at any time.
Press button  again to switch off
the programme you are in.
Operating abnormality
Good practice
Any operating abnormality is indicated
by an audible signal, accompanied by
the message "Automatic gear fault"
on the display and flashing of the Snow
snowflake on the instrument panel.
In this situation the gearbox operates
in downgrade mode (locked in
3rd gear). You may feel a substantial
knock when changing from P to R and
from N to R (this will not cause any
damage to the gearbox).
Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h),
keeping within the limit of local speed
restrictions.
Contact a CITROËN dealer as soon as
possible.
Never select position N when the
vehicle is moving.
Never select positions P or R unless
the vehicle is stationary.
Never change between positions to
optimise braking on a slippery surface.
There is a risk of damage to the
gearbox:
- if you press the accelerator and
brake pedals at the same time,
- if you force the lever from
position P to another position in the
event of a battery failure.
When the engine is at idle, brakes
not applied, if position R, D or M is
selected the vehicle moves even
without the accelerator being pressed.
For this reason, do not leave children
unsupervised inside the vehicle,
with the engine running.
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Snow programme
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Gearbox and stearing wheel
2
42
Gearbox and stearing wheel
5-speed gearbox
6-speed gearbox
MANUAL GEARBOX
To change gear easily, always press
the clutch pedal fully.
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedal:
- ensure that the mat is positioned
correctly,
- never fit one mat on top of another.
When driving, avoid leaving your hand
on the gear knob as the force exerted,
even if slight, may wear the internal
components of the gearbox over time.
Reverse gear (6-speed)
Raise the collar under the gear knob to
engage reverse gear.
Never engage reverse gear before the
vehicle is completely stationary.
The lever should be moved slowly to
reduce the noise on engaging reverse
gear.
STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT AND
DEPTH ADJUSTMENT
When the vehicle is stationary, unlock
the steering wheel by lowering the
lever.
Adjust the height and depth of the
steering wheel, then lock by pushing
the lever fully upwards.
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Gearbox and stearing wheel
5-speed gearbox
6-speed gearbox
MANUAL GEARBOX
To change gear easily, always press
the clutch pedal fully.
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedal:
- ensure that the mat is positioned
correctly,
- never fit one mat on top of another.
When driving, avoid leaving your hand
on the gear knob as the force exerted,
even if slight, may wear the internal
components of the gearbox over time.
Reverse gear (6-speed)
Raise the collar under the gear knob to
engage reverse gear.
Never engage reverse gear before the
vehicle is completely stationary.
The lever should be moved slowly to
reduce the noise on engaging reverse
gear.
STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT AND
DEPTH ADJUSTMENT
When the vehicle is stationary, unlock
the steering wheel by lowering the
lever.
Adjust the height and depth of the
steering wheel, then lock by pushing
the lever fully upwards.
Starting and stopping
Good practice when stopping
STOP position: steering lock.
The ignition is off.
Minimise engine and gearbox wear
When switching off the ignition, let the
engine run for a few seconds to allow
the turbocharger to return to idle.
Do not press the accelerator when
switching off the ignition.
There is no need to engage a gear
after parking the vehicle.
Running and accessories position.
Certain accessories can be used.
Starting position.
The starter is operated.
Good practice when starting
Diesel pre-heating warning
light
Turn the key to the Running
position.
In cold weather, wait for this warning
light to switch off then operate the
starter (Starting position) until the
engine starts.
If the temperature is high enough, the
warning light comes on for less than
one second, you can start without
waiting.
Handbrake
If your vehicle is fitted with a
version with a rotating front seat,
the handbrake can be disengaged.
Pulling the handbrake to immobilise
the vehicle then lowering the lever
does not release the brake, it permits
rotation of the driver's seat.
Pull the button placed at the end of the
handbrake forwards.
The handbrake lever lowers.
You can now rotate the seat.
To return to normal operation, pull the
lever up until it clicks.
-
If the handbrake is on or has
not been released fully, this is
indicated by:
- a warning light which comes
on on the instrument panel,
- an audible signal,
a message on the display.
READY TO SET OFF
STARTING AND STOPPING
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Key
Take care not to place the key in
contact with grease, dust, rain or a
damp environment.
A heavy object attached to the key (key
ring, ...) weighing down on the shaft
of the key in the ignition switch may
cause a malfunction.
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Starting and stopping
Good practice when stopping
STOP position: steering lock.
The ignition is off.
Minimise engine and gearbox wear
When switching off the ignition, let the
engine run for a few seconds to allow
the turbocharger to return to idle.
Do not press the accelerator when
switching off the ignition.
There is no need to engage a gear
after parking the vehicle.
Running and accessories position.
Certain accessories can be used.
Starting position.
The starter is operated.
Good practice when starting
Diesel pre-heating warning
light
Turn the key to the Running
position.
In cold weather, wait for this warning
light to switch off then operate the
starter (Starting position) until the
engine starts.
If the temperature is high enough, the
warning light comes on for less than
one second, you can start without
waiting.
Handbrake
If your vehicle is fitted with a
version with a rotating front seat,
the handbrake can be disengaged.
Pulling the handbrake to immobilise
the vehicle then lowering the lever
does not release the brake, it permits
rotation of the driver's seat.
Pull the button placed at the end of the
handbrake forwards.
The handbrake lever lowers.
You can now rotate the seat.
To return to normal operation, pull the
lever up until it clicks.
-
If the handbrake is on or has
not been released fully, this is
indicated by:
- a warning light which comes
on on the instrument panel,
- an audible signal,
a message on the display.
READY TO SET OFF
STARTING AND STOPPING
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Key
Take care not to place the key in
contact with grease, dust, rain or a
damp environment.
A heavy object attached to the key (key
ring, ...) weighing down on the shaft
of the key in the ignition switch may
cause a malfunction.
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Steering wheel controls
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Lights off
Automatic lights
If your vehicle is fitted
with a brightness
sensor.
Dipped beam (green)
Main beam (blue)
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
DIRECTION INDICATORS
(green flashing)
Left: downwards.
Right: upwards.
LIGHTING CONTROL
Front and rear lights
Selection is by turning ring A.
Checking by means of the
indicator lights on the instrument
panel is described in the
"Instruments and controls"
section of chapter 2.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
Side lights
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Steering wheel controls
45
Lights off
Automatic lights
If your vehicle is fitted
with a brightness
sensor.
Dipped beam (green)
Main beam (blue)
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
DIRECTION INDICATORS
(green flashing)
Left: downwards.
Right: upwards.
LIGHTING CONTROL
Front and rear lights
Selection is by turning ring A.
Checking by means of the
indicator lights on the instrument
panel is described in the
"Instruments and controls"
section of chapter 2.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
Side lights
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Steering wheel controls
Dipped beam/main beam change
Pull the stalk fully towards you.
Lights-on buzzer
When the ignition is switched off, when
the driver's door is opened, a buzzer
sounds if you have left your lights on.
Front and rear fog lights
Rotate ring B forwards to switch on
and rearwards to switch off. The
status is confirmed by the light on the
instrument panel.
These operate with the side lights and
the dipped beam headlamps.
Front fog lights (green,
1st rotation of the ring
forwards).
Front fog lights (green)
and rear fog lights
(amber, 2nd rotation of
the ring forwards).
To switch off the front and rear
fog lights, turn the ring rearwards
twice in succession.
In clear weather or in rain, both
day and night, rear fog lights
dazzle and are prohibited.
Do not forget to switch them off when
they are no longer needed.
Automatic switching on of the lights
switches off the rear fog lamps, but the
front fog lamps remain on.
Daytime lights
Depending on the country in which
the vehicle is sold, the vehicle may
be equipped with daytime lights. The
dipped headlamps come on when the
vehicle is started.
This warning light comes on
on the instrument panel.
The instruments and controls
(instrument panel, display, air
conditioning control panel, ...)
are only lit on switching to the
automatic switching on of the lights
mode or when the lights are switched
on manually.
Steering wheel controls
If your vehicle is fitted
with a brightness
sensor, the side lights
and dipped beam
headlamps switch on
automatically if the
light is poor, or during operation of the
windscreen wipers. They switch off
as soon as the light becomes bright
enough or the windscreen wipers stop.
This function is not compatible with the
daytime lights.
Deactivation
Turn the ring forwards or rearwards.
The deactivation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
The function is deactivated temporarily
when you use the manual lights stalk.
If the brightness sensor does not
function correctly, the lights come on
accompanied by the service warning
light, an audible signal and a message
on the display.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
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Automatic switching on of the lights
In foggy weather or in snow,
the brightness sensor can
detect sufficient light. As a
consequence, the lights will not come
on automatically.
Do not cover the brightness
sensor located in the centre of the
fascia. It is used for the automatic
switching on of the lights and for the
automatic wipers.
Activation
Turn the ring to the AUTO position.
The activation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
Automatic "Follow-Me-Home"
lighting
With the ignition off, when you leave
your vehicle with the automatic
switching on of the lights function
activated, the side lights and dipped
headlamps remain on for the selected
duration.
To deactivate or activate this
function, go to the display
configuration menu.
The duration of the timed period must
also be set (15, 30, 60 seconds), via
the display configuration menu.
Carry out these operations when the
vehicle is stationary.
Cancelling:
- "flash" the headlamps,
- get out of the vehicle and lock it.
Depending on the load in your
vehicle, the beam setting must be
adjusted.
0 - 1 or 2 people in the front seats.
1 - 5 people.
2 - 6 to 8 people.
3 - Driver + maximum authorised
loads.
Initial setting is position 0.
AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF
THE XENON HEADLAMPS
On vehicles which are fitted with xenon
headlamps, this system automatically
corrects the height of the light beam,
regardless of the load in the vehicle.
The driver is then guaranteed optimum
lighting without dazzling other road
users.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
HEADLAMPS BEAM
3
Steering wheel controls
If your vehicle is fitted
with a brightness
sensor, the side lights
and dipped beam
headlamps switch on
automatically if the
light is poor, or during operation of the
windscreen wipers. They switch off
as soon as the light becomes bright
enough or the windscreen wipers stop.
This function is not compatible with the
daytime lights.
Deactivation
Turn the ring forwards or rearwards.
The deactivation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
The function is deactivated temporarily
when you use the manual lights stalk.
If the brightness sensor does not
function correctly, the lights come on
accompanied by the service warning
light, an audible signal and a message
on the display.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
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Automatic switching on of the lights
In foggy weather or in snow,
the brightness sensor can
detect sufficient light. As a
consequence, the lights will not come
on automatically.
Do not cover the brightness
sensor located in the centre of the
fascia. It is used for the automatic
switching on of the lights and for the
automatic wipers.
Activation
Turn the ring to the AUTO position.
The activation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
Automatic "Follow-Me-Home"
lighting
With the ignition off, when you leave
your vehicle with the automatic
switching on of the lights function
activated, the side lights and dipped
headlamps remain on for the selected
duration.
To deactivate or activate this
function, go to the display
configuration menu.
The duration of the timed period must
also be set (15, 30, 60 seconds), via
the display configuration menu.
Carry out these operations when the
vehicle is stationary.
Cancelling:
- "flash" the headlamps,
- get out of the vehicle and lock it.
Depending on the load in your
vehicle, the beam setting must be
adjusted.
0 - 1 or 2 people in the front seats.
1 - 5 people.
2 - 6 to 8 people.
3 - Driver + maximum authorised
loads.
Initial setting is position 0.
AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF
THE XENON HEADLAMPS
On vehicles which are fitted with xenon
headlamps, this system automatically
corrects the height of the light beam,
regardless of the load in the vehicle.
The driver is then guaranteed optimum
lighting without dazzling other road
users.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
HEADLAMPS BEAM
3
Steering wheel controls
If your vehicle is fitted
with a brightness
sensor, the side lights
and dipped beam
headlamps switch on
automatically if the
light is poor, or during operation of the
windscreen wipers. They switch off
as soon as the light becomes bright
enough or the windscreen wipers stop.
This function is not compatible with the
daytime lights.
Deactivation
Turn the ring forwards or rearwards.
The deactivation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
The function is deactivated temporarily
when you use the manual lights stalk.
If the brightness sensor does not
function correctly, the lights come on
accompanied by the service warning
light, an audible signal and a message
on the display.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
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Automatic switching on of the lights
In foggy weather or in snow,
the brightness sensor can
detect sufficient light. As a
consequence, the lights will not come
on automatically.
Do not cover the brightness
sensor located in the centre of the
fascia. It is used for the automatic
switching on of the lights and for the
automatic wipers.
Activation
Turn the ring to the AUTO position.
The activation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
Automatic "Follow-Me-Home"
lighting
With the ignition off, when you leave
your vehicle with the automatic
switching on of the lights function
activated, the side lights and dipped
headlamps remain on for the selected
duration.
To deactivate or activate this
function, go to the display
configuration menu.
The duration of the timed period must
also be set (15, 30, 60 seconds), via
the display configuration menu.
Carry out these operations when the
vehicle is stationary.
Cancelling:
- "flash" the headlamps,
- get out of the vehicle and lock it.
Depending on the load in your
vehicle, the beam setting must be
adjusted.
0 - 1 or 2 people in the front seats.
1 - 5 people.
2 - 6 to 8 people.
3 - Driver + maximum authorised
loads.
Initial setting is position 0.
AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF
THE XENON HEADLAMPS
On vehicles which are fitted with xenon
headlamps, this system automatically
corrects the height of the light beam,
regardless of the load in the vehicle.
The driver is then guaranteed optimum
lighting without dazzling other road
users.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
HEADLAMPS BEAM
3
Steering wheel controls
If your vehicle is fitted
with a brightness
sensor, the side lights
and dipped beam
headlamps switch on
automatically if the
light is poor, or during operation of the
windscreen wipers. They switch off
as soon as the light becomes bright
enough or the windscreen wipers stop.
This function is not compatible with the
daytime lights.
Deactivation
Turn the ring forwards or rearwards.
The deactivation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
The function is deactivated temporarily
when you use the manual lights stalk.
If the brightness sensor does not
function correctly, the lights come on
accompanied by the service warning
light, an audible signal and a message
on the display.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
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Automatic switching on of the lights
In foggy weather or in snow,
the brightness sensor can
detect sufficient light. As a
consequence, the lights will not come
on automatically.
Do not cover the brightness
sensor located in the centre of the
fascia. It is used for the automatic
switching on of the lights and for the
automatic wipers.
Activation
Turn the ring to the AUTO position.
The activation of this function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
Automatic "Follow-Me-Home"
lighting
With the ignition off, when you leave
your vehicle with the automatic
switching on of the lights function
activated, the side lights and dipped
headlamps remain on for the selected
duration.
To deactivate or activate this
function, go to the display
configuration menu.
The duration of the timed period must
also be set (15, 30, 60 seconds), via
the display configuration menu.
Carry out these operations when the
vehicle is stationary.
Cancelling:
- "flash" the headlamps,
- get out of the vehicle and lock it.
Depending on the load in your
vehicle, the beam setting must be
adjusted.
0 - 1 or 2 people in the front seats.
1 - 5 people.
2 - 6 to 8 people.
3 - Driver + maximum authorised
loads.
Initial setting is position 0.
AUTOMATIC ADJUSTMENT OF
THE XENON HEADLAMPS
On vehicles which are fitted with xenon
headlamps, this system automatically
corrects the height of the light beam,
regardless of the load in the vehicle.
The driver is then guaranteed optimum
lighting without dazzling other road
users.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
HEADLAMPS BEAM
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Steering wheel controls
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Refer to the "Changing a
windscreen wiper blade" section of
chapter 7.
To park the wipers in their normal
position after this has been done,
switch on the ignition and move the
stalk.
Wash-wipe and headlamp wash
Pull the stalk towards you, the washwipe is accompanied by a timed sweep
of the wipers.
If your vehicle is fitted with this
function, the headlamp wash is linked
with the wash-wipe, it is triggered if the
dipped headlamps are on.
WINDSCREEN WIPER STALK
Manual windscreen wipers
2
1
l
0

Fast wipe (heavy rain).
Normal wipe (moderate rain).
Intermittent wipe.
Off.
Single wipe
(press downwards).
In the Intermittent position, the wiping
speed is in proportion to the vehicle
speed.
The command must be reactivated
whenever the ignition has been
switched off for more than one
minute:
- move the stalk to any position,
- then move it back to the required
position.
Special position of the
windscreen wipers
In the minute following switching
off of the ignition, any action on the
stalk positions the wipers against the
windscreen uprights.
This action enables you to position
the wiper blades for winter parking,
cleaning or replacement.
To top up the levels, refer to the
"Levels" section of chapter 6.
Vehicle fitted with the
automatic windscreen
wipers control
Do not cover the rain sensor
located in the centre of the fascia.
On vehicles which are fitted with
this control, in the AUTO position,
the windscreen wipers operate
automatically and adapt their speed
to the intensity of the rainfall.
When not in AUTO mode, for the
other positions, refer to the manual
windscreen wipers section.
Steering wheel controls
When using an automatic car
wash, switch off the engine.
In winter, it is advisable to wait until the
windscreen is completely clear of ice
before activating the automatic wiping.
Rear windscreen wiper
Turn the ring to the first
notch. The wiping speed is
inversely proportional to the
speed of the vehicle.
Automatic wiping - reverse gear
- place the front wipers stalk in a
position other than 0.
- engage reverse gear.
- the rear wiper operates with
intermittent wiping.
Rear windscreen wash
Turn the ring past the first
notch: the windscreen wash
then the windscreen wiper
operate for a fixed time.
Good practice
When using an automatic car wash,
switch off the ignition without setting
the alarm.
In winter, it is advisable to wait until the
windscreen is completely clear of ice
before activating the automatic wiping.
In the event of a considerable amount
of snow or ice, switch on the rear
screen demister. Once de-icing is
complete, remove the snow or ice
which has accumulated on the rear
wiper blade. You can now operate the
rear windscreen wiper.
If a tailgate bicycle carrier
is used, deactivate the rear
wiper by going to the display’s
configuration menu.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
Deactivation/Switching off
Place the windscreen wipers stalk in
position I, 1 or 2. Deactivation of the
function is accompanied by a message
on the display.
In the event of malfunction of the
automatic windscreen wipers, the
windscreen wipers will operate in
intermittent mode.
Contact a CITROËN dealer to have the
system checked.
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Activation
Press the control downwards.
Activation of the function is
accompanied by a message on the
display.
The automatic windscreen wipers
function must be reactivated if the
ignition has been switched off for more
than one minute, by pressing the stalk
downwards.
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Steering wheel controls
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This cruise control shows the function
selection status on the instrument
panel and displays the programmed
speed:
Function selected,
displaying of the
"Cruise Control"
symbol.
Function deactivated,
OFF (example at
65 mph (107 km/h)).
Function activated
(example at 65 mph
(107 km/h)).
CRUISE CONTROL "CRUISE"
"This is the speed at which the driver
wishes to drive".
This aid to driving in free-flowing
traffic enables the vehicle to maintain
the speed programmed by the driver,
unless a steep gradient makes this
impossible.
In order for it to be programmed or
activated, the vehicle speed must be
greater than 25 mph (40 km/h) with at
least 4th gear engaged in the case of
vehicles fitted with a manual gearbox.
On vehicles fitted with an automatic
gearbox, the lever must be in
position D (Drive) or at least 2nd gear
must be engaged in manual mode.
If the vehicle is fitted with a speed
limiter and cruise control (according
to the country in which the vehicle is
sold and the engine), these functions
cannot be activated at the same time.
Vehicle speed above
(e.g. 70 mph
(118 km/h)),
the programmed
speed is displayed
flashing.
Operating fault
detected,
OFF - the dashes
flash.
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Steering wheel controls
-
Place the switch in the CRUISE
position. The cruise control is
selected but is not yet active and
no speed has been programmed.
Temporary exceeding of the
speed
It is possible to accelerate and drive
momentarily at a speed greater than
the programmed speed. The value
programmed flashes.
When the accelerator pedal is
released, the vehicle will return to the
programmed speed.
First activation/
programming a
speed
- Reach the chosen
speed by pressing
the accelerator.
- Press the SET - or
SET + button.
This programmes/activates the
reference speed and the vehicle will
maintain this speed.
Deactivation (off)
- Press this button or
the brake or clutch
pedal.
Reactivation
-
Following deactivation of the cruise
control, press this button.
Your vehicle will return to the last
programmed speed.
Alternatively, you can repeat the "first
activation" procedure.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
Selecting the function
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Steering wheel controls
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Good practice
Changing the
programmed speed
There are two methods
of memorising a speed
higher than the previous
one:
Without using the accelerator:
- press the Set + button.
A brief press increases the speed by
1 mph (km/h).
A maintained press increases the
speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).
Switching the function off
-
Place the dial in position 0 or switch
off the ignition to switch everything
off.
Cancelling the programmed
reference speed
When the vehicle becomes stationary,
after switching off the ignition,
the system no longer memorises
a speed.
Using the accelerator:
- exceed the memorised speed until
the speed required is reached,
- press the Set + or Set - button.
Operating fault
To memorise a speed lower than the
previous one:
- press the Set - button.
A brief press decreases the speed by
1 mph (km/h).
A maintained press decreases the
speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).
The programmed speed is cleared and
the dashes flash for a few seconds.
Consult a CITROËN dealer to have the
system checked.
When changing the programmed
reference speed by means of a
maintained press, pay attention as
the speed can increase or decrease
rapidly.
Do not use the cruise control on
slippery roads or in heavy traffic.
In the event of a steep slope, the cruise
control cannot prevent the vehicle from
exceeding the programmed speed.
In any event, the cruise control cannot
replace the need to observe the speed
limits, nor can it replace the need for
vigilance and responsibility on the part
of the driver.
You are advised to keep your feet near
the pedals.
To avoid any jamming under the
pedals:
- ensure that the mat and its fixings
on the floor are positioned correctly,
- never place one mat on top of
another
This speed limiter shows the function
selection status on the instrument
panel and displays the programmed
speed:
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Steering wheel controls
Function selected,
displaying of the
"Speed Limiter"
symbol.
Function activated
(example at 65 mph
(107 km/h)).
SPEED LIMITER "LIMIT"
"This is the selected speed which the
driver does not wish to exceed".
This selection is made with the engine
running while stationary or with the
vehicle moving. The minimum speed
which can be programmed is 20 mph
(30 km/h).
The speed of the vehicle responds
to the pressure of the driver's foot as
far as the accelerator pedal point of
resistance which indicates that the
programmed speed has been reached.
However, pressing the pedal beyond
this point of resistance to the floor
permits exceeding of the programmed
speed.
To resume use of the limiter, simply
reduce the pressure on the accelerator
pedal gradually and return to a speed
below that programmed.
If the vehicle is fitted with a speed
limiter and cruise control (according
to the country in which the vehicle is
sold and the engine), these functions
cannot be activated at the same time.
The operating actions can be carried
out when stationary, with the engine
running, or with the vehicle moving.
Vehicle speed above
(example at 70 mph
(118 km/h)),
the programmed
speed is displayed
flashing.
Operating fault
detected, OFF the dashes flash.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
Function deactivated,
last programmed
speed - OFF
(example at 65 mph
(107 km/h)).
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Steering wheel controls
Selecting the function
-
Place the dial in the LIMIT position.
The limiter is selected but is not yet
active. The display indicates the
last programmed speed.
Programming a speed
Activation/Deactivation (off)
A speed can be programmed without
activating the limiter but with the
engine running.
To memorise a speed higher than the
previous one:
- press the Set + button.
A brief press increases the speed by
1 mph (km/h).
A maintained press increases the
speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).
Pressing this button once activates
the limiter, pressing the button again
deactivates it (OFF).
To memorise a speed lower than the
previous one:
- press the Set - button.
A brief press decreases the speed by
1 mph (km/h).
A maintained press decreases the
speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).
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Steering wheel controls
Pressing the accelerator pedal in order
to exceed the programmed speed
will have no effect unless you press
the pedal firmly beyond the point of
resistance.
The limiter is deactivated temporarily
and the programmed speed flashes.
To return to the limiter function, reduce
your speed to below the programmed
speed.
Flashing of the speed
The speed flashes:
- following forcing of the accelerator
point of resistance,
- when the limiter cannot prevent an
increase in the vehicle speed due
to the profile of the road or on a
steep descent,
- in the event of sharp acceleration.
Switching the function off
-
Place the dial in position 0 or switch
off the ignition to switch the system
off. The last programmed speed
remains in the memory.
Operating fault
The programmed speed is cleared and
the dashes flash for a few seconds.
Contact a CITROËN dealer to have the
system checked.
Good practice
In any event, the speed limiter cannot
replace the need to observe speed limits,
nor can it replace the need for vigilance
and responsibility on the part of the driver.
Always pay attention to the profile of the
road, take care on sharp acceleration and
stay in complete control of your vehicle.
To avoid any jamming under the
pedals:
- ensure that the mat and its fixings
positioned correctly,
- never place one mat on top of
another.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
Exceeding the programmed
speed
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Ventilation
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Air conditioning
VENTILATION
CORRECT USE OF THE
VENTILATION AND AIR
CONDITIONING
Vents
"Leave them open"
For optimum distribution and diffusion
of hot or cool air in the passenger
compartment, there are adjustable
central and side vents which can be
directed sideways (right or left) towards
the top of the body. For your comfort
while driving, do not close them, direct
the flow of air towards the windows
instead.
The air vents directed towards the floor
of the vehicle complete the equipment.
Passenger compartment filter,
carbon filter
Ensure that this filter is in good
condition and have all of the filter
elements replaced regularly.
Refer to the "Checks" section of
chapter 6.
In all seasons, if fitted on your
vehicle, the air conditioning should
only be used with the windows closed.
However, if the interior temperature
remains high after a prolonged period
parked in the sun, do not hesitate to
ventilate the passenger compartment
for a few minutes.
If your vehicle is fitted with automatic
air conditioning, use the AUTO mode
as much as possible as it permits
optimised control of all of the functions:
air flow, passenger compartment
comfort temperature, air distribution,
air intake mode or air recirculation in
the passenger compartment.
Operate the air conditioning system for
5 to 10 minutes, once or twice a month,
to keep it in perfect working order.
It is normal that the condensation
created by the air conditioning system
results in a flow of water which may
form a puddle under the vehicle when
parked.
If the system does not produce cold air,
do not use it and consult a CITROËN
dealer.
DE-ICING AND DEMISTING
De-icing the rear screen
and mirrors
Press this button, with the
engine running, to de-ice the
rear screen and mirrors.
The de-icing indicator light
comes on. The duration
of de-icing depends on the exterior
temperature.
Pressing the button again reactivates
the de-icing.
It is possible to stop the deicing before it is switched off
automatically by pressing this
button again.
ADDITIONAL HEATER
Demisting,
visibility programme
The comfort programme may
not be sufficient to quickly
demist or de-ice the windows
(humidity, several passengers,
ice).
In this case, select the visibility
programme. The visibility programme
indicator light comes on.
It activates the air conditioning, the air
flow, the de-icing of the rear screen
and provides optimum distribution of
the ventilation to the windscreen and
side windows.
It deactivates the air recirculation.
To improve your comfort, vehicles fitted
with an HDi engine may be fitted with
automatic additional heating.
However, with the engine at idle or
when the vehicle is stationary,
it is normal to notice a high-pitched
whistling and a slight emission of
smoke and odour.
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DE-ICING AND DEMISTING
De-icing the rear screen
and mirrors
Press this button, with the
engine running, to de-ice the
rear screen and mirrors.
The de-icing indicator light
comes on. The duration
of de-icing depends on the exterior
temperature.
Pressing the button again reactivates
the de-icing.
It is possible to stop the deicing before it is switched off
automatically by pressing this
button again.
ADDITIONAL HEATER
Demisting,
visibility programme
The comfort programme may
not be sufficient to quickly
demist or de-ice the windows
(humidity, several passengers,
ice).
In this case, select the visibility
programme. The visibility programme
indicator light comes on.
It activates the air conditioning, the air
flow, the de-icing of the rear screen
and provides optimum distribution of
the ventilation to the windscreen and
side windows.
It deactivates the air recirculation.
To improve your comfort, vehicles fitted
with an HDi engine may be fitted with
automatic additional heating.
However, with the engine at idle or
when the vehicle is stationary,
it is normal to notice a high-pitched
whistling and a slight emission of
smoke and odour.
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1 - AUTO mode
This is the normal air
conditioning operating mode.
- Press the "AUTO" button.
Depending on the comfort temperature
selected, the system controls the air
distribution, flow and intake so that the
passenger compartment is comfortable
and has an adequate circulation of air.
You do not have to make any further
adjustments.
When the engine is cold, in order
to prevent a rush of cold air, the
ventilation will reach its optimum level
progressively.
The "AUTO" symbol is displayed.
AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING WITH SEPARATE SETTINGS
Located on the centre console, the
control panel is to the right of the gear
lever.
The driver and front passenger can
each adjust the air temperature to suit
their requirements.
They can also activate or disarm the
rear ventilation adjustment controls.
Do not cover the sunshine sensor
located in the centre of the fascia.
This is used to regulate the air
conditioning.
For your comfort, the settings selected
when the ignition is switched off will be
retained when it is switched on again,
if the temperature in the passenger
compartment has not changed
significantly; otherwise, operation will
resume in automatic mode.
Refer to the beginning of the
"Ventilation" section of chapter 6.
3 - Passenger's temperature
adjustment
The required value is displayed
(from 14 to 28: comfort value = 21).
The maximum difference between the
value displayed for the driver and for the
passenger may not be greater than 5.
If you use these manual adjustments,
the AUTO symbol switches off.
Press the corresponding "+" and "-"
buttons to adjust.
To make the driver and passenger
setting the same:
- air conditioning with "MONO"
version, press the MONO button.
- air conditioning with "REAR"
version, press the + button for more
than two seconds.
4 - Adjustment of the air
distribution
Pressing the corresponding
button(s) 4 allows you to
position the air flow towards:
- the windscreen,
- the side vents and the
central vents,
- the side vents, the central
vents and the footwells,
- the windscreen and the
footwells,
- the footwells.
The indicator light corresponding to the
position selected 4 comes on.
5 - Adjustment
of the rear ventilation
("REAR" version)
To permit adjustment of
the ventilation to the rear
passengers, press the REAR
button.
The rear ventilation symbol is displayed.
The row 2 side vents air
flow adjustment controls
are operational and can
be adjusted.
To deactivate the rear
ventilation controls,
press the REAR button
again.
The rear ventilation
symbol switches off.
Take care not to obstruct
the side vents and the
air outlets on the floor.
On entering the vehicle, the
interior temperature may be
considerably lower (or higher)
than is comfortable. It is not necessary
to change the value displayed in order
to quickly obtain the desired level of
comfort. The system will operate at
maximum performance to reach the
comfort value set.
MONO Version
Press this button once to
obtain an even temperature
throughout the passenger
compartment. The reference
value is selected by the driver.
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adjustment
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6 - Adjustment of the air
flow
Turn control knob 6 to
the right or to the left
respectively to increase or
decrease the air flow.
On the display, the blades of the fan
darken when the air flow is increased.
-
7 - Switching the system off
- Turn air flow control knob 6 to the
left until the display switches off.
The action disarms all the system
functions, with the exception of
demisting of the rear screen. Your
comfort setting is no longer maintained
and switches off.
For your comfort, avoid remaining in
the off position.
- Operating control knob 6 again or
the "Visibility" button or "AUTO"
button reactivates the system with
the values which were present
before it was switched off.
Flashing of the points in the
temperature setting values indicates
that there is a malfunction of the air
conditioning.
Consult a CITROËN dealer.
8 - Intake of exterior air/
Recirculation of interior
air
- Press this button to
recirculate the air inside.
The air recirculation symbol and
indicator light 8 are displayed.
Recirculation insulates the passenger
compartment from outside smells and
smoke.
Avoid prolonged operation of
interior air recirculation (risk
of misting of the windows and
deterioration of air quality).
-
Press this button again to return air
intake to automatic control.
9 - Air conditioning On/Off
- Press this button to
activate automatic
operation of the air
conditioning.
The symbol and the indicator light 9
are displayed.
- Press this button again to switch off
the air conditioning.
The symbol and the indicator light 9
switch off.
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the footwells,
the windscreen and the
footwells,
MANUAL
Located on the centre console,
the control panel is to the right of the
gear lever.
1 - Setting the air distribution
Turn control knob 1 to the
corresponding position to direct the
flow of air towards:
the side vents and the central
vents,
the side vents, the central
vents and the footwells,
2 - Temperature
adjustment
Position control knob 2 to suit
your requirements: from blue
(cold when the air conditioning
is on) to red (hot).
To lower the temperature inside the
passenger compartment quickly,
position control knob 2 on "MAX".
The air conditioning 5 and the air
recirculation 4 come on.
Turn the knob away from the "MAX"
position when the ambient air suits
your requirements.
The air conditioning 5 remains on while
the air recirculation 4 switches off.
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3 - Setting the air flow
Turn control knob 3 to the
right or to the left respectively
to increase or reduce the flow
of air.
4 - Intake of exterior air/
Recirculation of
interior air
Press button 4 to recirculate
the air inside.
The air recirculation indicator light 4
comes on.
Recirculation insulates the passenger
compartment from external odours and
fumes.
Used simultaneously with the air
conditioning 1, recirculation improves
the performance of the system when
set to hot as well as to cold.
Avoid prolonged operation in
interior air recirculation mode
(risk of misting of the windows and
of deterioration of the air quality).
5 - Air conditioning
ON/OFF
The air conditioning is
intended to operate in all
seasons. In summer it allows
the temperature to be reduced and in
winter, above 0 °C, it increases the
effectiveness of the demisting.
Press switch 5.
The air conditioning indicator light 5
comes on if the air flow is sufficient.
Pressing this button again switches off
the air conditioning.
Recommended settings for the air conditioning
For optimum operation of the manual system, it is recommended:
If
I require...
Air
distribution
Temperature
Air flow
Air
recirculation
AC
–
Heating
Cooling
De-icing
Demisting
With Automatic Air Conditioning, operation in AUTO mode is recommended,
irrespective of the requirement.
Remember to switch it off when the ambient air suits your
requirements.
Seats
1 - Forwards/backwards adjustment
Lift the bar and slide the seat forwards
or backwards.
2 - Seat back angle adjustment
Pull the lever upwards and set the
required angle.
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ADJUSTMENT
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3 - Driver's seat height adjustment
Manoeuvre the handle upwards or
downwards until the desired position is
reached.
4 - Driver's seat lumbar adjustment
Move the lever up or down to obtain
the required position.
5 - Head restraint height and angle
adjustment
To raise or lower the restraint, pull it
forwards, then slide it.
The adjustment is correct when the
upper edge of the head restraint is
level with the top of the head.
To remove it, set it in the high position,
lift the tab using a coin and pull
upwards and forwards at the same
time.
To re-install, engage the head restraint
rods in the holes, making sure they are
aligned with the seat back.
Never drive with the head
restraints removed; they must be
in place and correctly adjusted.
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2 - Driver's seat height adjustment
Push the rear part of the control
upwards or downwards to obtain the
required height.
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1 - Forwards-backwards adjustment
Push the control forwards or
backwards to slide the seat.
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3 - Seat back angle adjustment
Tilt the control to the front or the rear to
obtain the angle required.
The electrical functions of the seats
are cancelled one minute after the
ignition has been switched off.
5 - Head restraint height and angle
adjustment (manual)
To raise or lower the head restraint,
pull it forwards, then slide it.
The setting is correct when the upper
edge of the head restraint is level with
the top of the head.
To remove the head restraint, place it
in the high position, lift the tab using a
coin and pull upwards and forwards at
the same time.
To re-install, engage the head restraint
rods in the holes, making sure they are
aligned with the seat back.
4 - Driver's seat lumbar adjustment
(mechanical)
Raise or lower the lever to obtain the
correct position.
Never drive with the head
restraints removed; they must be
in place and correctly adjusted.
6 - Rotating of seats (mechanical)
Place the seat back in the upright
position.
Place the seat in the highest
intermediate longitudinal position.
On the driver's side, push the steering
wheel, apply the handbrake. To
allow rotation of the seat, lower the
handbrake handle pulling on the end.
Pull the control upwards and rotate the
seat inwards.
For further information regarding
the disengaging of the handbrake,
refer to the "Driving safety" section
of chapter 4.
This rotating operation must
be carried out with the engine
switched off. The handbrake,
the lever of which is now in the lower
position, remains applied. Do not forget
to raise the lever and release the brake
before setting off.
Driving with a passenger seated facing
the rear is prohibited.
Memorising seat positions
Two driving positions can be
memorised, using buttons M/1 and
M/2.
These are located on the side of the
seat:
- Place the ignition key in the
"running" position (2nd notch),
- Adjust your seat,
- Press button M, then button 1 for
a first driving position within four
seconds.
Repeat the same actions on buttons M
and 2 to store another driving position.
An audible signal confirms that a
position has been memorised.
Memorising a new position cancels the
previous one.
Activating a memorised driving
position
Front heated seat
controls
Engine off
- Briefly press button 1 or 2 to recall
the corresponding memorised
position.
When the engine is running, the front
seats can be heated separately.
Use the adjustment controls located on
the side of each front seat to switch on
and select the self-regulated level of
heating:
1: Low.
2: Medium.
3: High.
0: Off.
After recalling a memorised
position five times in succession,
the function will be cancelled until
the engine is started.
Engine running
- Keep button 1 or 2 pressed down
until the end of setting of the
corresponding memorised position.
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Rear side seats
Rear centre seat
Two rear passenger seats, left and right side position,
rows 2 and 3.
One rear passenger seat, row 2 central position and row 3
left side position. Integrated seat belt. Plastic shell trim.
Folds to the low table position.
Rear bench seat
One three-seat bench seat, row 3.
Handling the side seat
Access to row 3
1. Place the head restraint in the low
position.
2. Push lever B upwards as far as
possible.
3. Fold the seat back onto the seat
cushion and guide the tilting of the
seat back forwards until the rear
anchorages are unlocked. If you
experience any difficulty, use the
emergency control to unlock the
anchorages.
4. Place the seat in the vertical closed
position.
Exit from row 3
1. Place the head restraint in the low
position.
2. Pull control C.
3. Guide the tilting of the seat back
forwards until the rear anchorages
are unlocked. If you experience any
difficulty, use the red emergency
control to unlock the anchorages.
4. Place the seat in the vertical closed
position.
REAR SIDE SEATS
Forwards/backwards adjustment
Lift bar A and slide the seat forwards
or backwards.
Adjusting the angle of the seat back
Push lever B upwards and adjust the
angle as required.
Release the lever to lock.
Following each entry or exit,
reposition the raised seat guiding
it until the rear anchorages lock in
their rails.
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Control for sliding the rear side
seats from row 3 or the boot
Pull the strap (marked with the arrow
symbol) to slide the seat in front of you.
Removing the side seat
Refitting the side seat
1. Place the front anchorages at the
front stop in the slides. Support the
strap firmly for easier positioning of
the seat.
2. Tilt the folded seat towards the rear.
The rear anchorages lock.
3. Raise the seat back.
4. Slide the seat.
Check that there is no obstacle
obstructing the slides or
preventing correct locking of the
seat anchorages.
1. Tilt the seat back forwards to
detach the rear anchorages.
2. Grab the red strap which appears
and pull it upwards, the front
anchorages unlock.
3. The strap, like the handle, enables
you to remove the seat.
"Low table" position
1. Place the head restraint in the low
position.
2. At the top (at the back of the seat),
lift the handle identified by the
symbol and guide the tilting of the
seat back towards its seat cushion.
3. You have a "low table". To return to
the seat position, lift the handle and
guide the raising of the seat back.
Removing the centre seat
1. Place the seat in the "low table"
position.
2. Using the control which you pull, tilt
the seat back forwards so releasing
the rear anchorages from the
slides.
3. Grab the red strap which appears
and pull it upwards, the front
anchorages unlock.
4. The strap, like the handle, enables
you to remove the seat.
ROW 2 CENTRE SEAT
This can be placed in row 3, on the left.
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Rear head restraints
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The rear head restraints can be
removed and have two positions:
- high, position for use,
- low, storage position.
Refitting the centre seat
Check that there is no obstacle
obstructing the slides or
preventing correct locking of the
seat anchorages.
1. Place the front anchorages at the
front stop in the slides. Support the
strap firmly for easier positioning of
the seat.
2. Tilt the folded seat towards the rear.
The rear anchorages lock.
3. Raise the seat back and slide the
seat.
This turning operation must be
carried out when stationary.
Driving with a passenger seated
facing the rear is prohibited.
When the vehicle is being driven,
placing a row 2 seat in the closed
position while a passenger is sitting
in row 3 is prohibited.
Turning a rear seat round
The rear seats can be placed in a "face
to face" position.
Carry out the operations described for
removal then turn the seat round and
resume with the procedure for refitting
the seat.
To raise or lower a head restraint, pull
it forwards sliding it at the same time.
To remove it, place it in the high
position, push the lug and pull it
forwards and upwards.
To refit it, engage the head restraint
rods in the holes taking care to remain
in the centreline of the seat back.
Never drive with the head
restraints removed, they must be
in place and correctly adjusted.
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Rear head restraints
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The rear head restraints can be
removed and have two positions:
- high, position for use,
- low, storage position.
Refitting the centre seat
Check that there is no obstacle
obstructing the slides or
preventing correct locking of the
seat anchorages.
1. Place the front anchorages at the
front stop in the slides. Support the
strap firmly for easier positioning of
the seat.
2. Tilt the folded seat towards the rear.
The rear anchorages lock.
3. Raise the seat back and slide the
seat.
This turning operation must be
carried out when stationary.
Driving with a passenger seated
facing the rear is prohibited.
When the vehicle is being driven,
placing a row 2 seat in the closed
position while a passenger is sitting
in row 3 is prohibited.
Turning a rear seat round
The rear seats can be placed in a "face
to face" position.
Carry out the operations described for
removal then turn the seat round and
resume with the procedure for refitting
the seat.
To raise or lower a head restraint, pull
it forwards sliding it at the same time.
To remove it, place it in the high
position, push the lug and pull it
forwards and upwards.
To refit it, engage the head restraint
rods in the holes taking care to remain
in the centreline of the seat back.
Never drive with the head
restraints removed, they must be
in place and correctly adjusted.
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3. Tilt the seat back on the seat
cushion.
REAR BENCH SEAT
Forwards/backwards
adjustment
From the seat cushion, lift bar A and
slide the seat towards the front or the
rear.
From the boot, you can pull
on strap B and slide the seat
forwards to make it easier to load
the vehicle.
The rear bench seat must only be
fitted in row 3.
Vertical position of the bench seat
1. Place the head restraints in the low
position.
2. Pull the strap C upwards, from the
tailgate.
3. Fold the seat back onto the seat
cushion.
4. Pull the lever D to unlock the rear
anchorages.
5. Place the seat in the vertical
"folded" position.
When driving, attach the retaining
straps to the handles.
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Seat back folded position
1. Place the head restraints in the low
position.
2. Pull the strap C upwards, from the
tailgate.
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Removing the bench seat
1. Fold the seat to the vertical
position.
2. Grasp the two bars E underneath
the seat.
3. The front anchorages unlock.
For removal and refitting, pass the
rear seat, in the "folded" position,
through the sliding side doors.
Good practice
Refitting the bench seat
Check that there is nothing
blocking the runners which could
prevent correct locking of the
bench seat anchorages.
1. Position the front anchorages at the
front stop of the runners.
2. Tilt the folded seat rearwards.
3. The rear anchorages then lock.
4. Unlock the seat back and lift it
using the strap C.
When the vehicle is being driven, it is
prohibited for a passenger to sit:
- in row 3 if the seat back in front
(row 2) is in the table position.
- in row 3 if the seat/bench in front
(row 2) is in the vertical folded
position.
- in the centre seat if the right-hand
side seat is in the vertical folded
position.
Seats
Examples of various
arrangements combining
pleasure and practicality:
5 seat arrangements
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MODULARITY AND POSSIBLE SEAT CONFIGURATIONS
The centre seat may be installed
in the central position in row 2 and
in the left side position in row 3.
5 seats with picnic position when
parked
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
The various operations modifying
the existing configuration must
be carried out with the engine
switched off (See section on "Seats").
It is prohibited to be in a rearwards
facing position when the vehicle is
being driven.
The rotating of the seats depends on
the vehicle equipment and the country.
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7 seats with access to row 3
8 seats with bench seat
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"Cargo"/Transportation of long objects configuration
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12 V socket
You have a 12 V accessory socket
(120 W) at the foot of the driver's seat,
which is accessible to passengers of
row 2.
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Practical information
Front and rear armrests
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
FRONT SEAT LAYOUT
Storage drawers
There is a storage drawer under each
front seat.
- To open it, lift and pull.
- To take it out, open it to its full
extent, lift the two tabs on either
side of the drawer, then remove it
completely.
"Aircraft" type table
You have an "aircraft" type table with a
rim, equipped with a cup holder, fitted
to the rear of each front seat.
Do not forget to fold this before pivoting
the seat.
Each front seat also has a storage
pocket on the seat back.
To place the armrest in the position
in which it is used:
- Push it towards the rear,
- Fold it down completely,
- Raise it slowly to the required
position,
- If you lift it past the required
position, restart the above
operations.
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To place the armrest in its rest
position:
- Lift the armrest until it is aligned
with the seat back.
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5. Passenger's lower glove box
To open, press the button.
To close, press the cover.
It includes special compartments for
storing a pen, a mobile telephone,
coins or tokens and credit cards.
This is fitted with a lock.
To open the glove box, lift the handle.
The light comes on when the cover is
opened.
It contains three sockets for the
connection of video equipment and
access to the fascia fuse box.
It includes special compartments for
storing maps, a packet of cigarettes,
an A4 document etc.
RCA sockets.
2. Audio equipment concealing flap
Lower the flap fully to lock it in place.
Press the flap to raise it.
3. Central storage compartment
4. Passenger's upper glove box
6. Lighter or 12 V socket for
accessories (120 W)
This permits the connection of a mobile
telephone charger, a baby's bottle
warmer, etc.
7. Cooled compartment
To open, press the button.
To close, press the cover.
It includes special compartments for
storing a pair of spectacles, keys, five
CDs and four audio cassettes or nine
audio CDs.
It can hold up to three cans.
Slide the closer, located on the right, to
open (upwards) or close (downwards)
the air inlet.
USB reader.
This retractable and lit support contains
up to two can holders, a removable
ashtray and a location for the lighter
when it is used as a 12 V socket
(120 W).
8. Can holder and ashtray
9. Storage compartment or
additional telematics control
The storage compartment must not be
used as an ashtray.
If fitted on your vehicle, the additional
telematics control is located on the
centre console.
10. Storage compartment
11. Door tray with space for a bottle
of water
12. Mat fitting/removal
When removing the front mat, push
the seats as far back as possible and
remove the fixings.
When refitting, position the mat
correctly on the pins and clip the
fixings. Check that the mat is secured
correctly.
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedals:
- only use mats suited to the fixings
already present in the vehicle. It
is imperative that these fixings are
used.
- never fit one mat on top of another.
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1. Driver's upper glove box
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6. Can holder
2. Grab handle and coat hook
7. Storage compartment
3. Door tray with storage for a can
and a bottle of water or for the
portable bin with ashtray
4. High load retaining net fastenings
Open the covers of the upper
fastenings in row 3.
Install the ends of the metal bar in
these fastenings.
Secure the two tray strap hooks in the
stowing rings on the floor.
Pull the two straps taut.
Secure the two hooks on the elastic
parts of the tray in these rings.
The rings are located directly below the
corresponding upper fastenings.
5. Storage compartment
8. Bottle holder or portable bin with
ashtray
9. Luggage retaining net "hammock"
position fastenings
Fold the net in two.
Secure the two centre hooks in the
stowing rings on the floor.
Secure the net's remaining four hooks
on the tailgate pillars.
10. 12 V socket for accessories (120 W)
This permits the connection of a mobile
telephone charger, a baby's bottle
warmer, ...
11. Luggage retaining net "octopus"
position
Secure the net's four hooks in their
stowing rings on the floor.
12. Load space cover
(5 seat version)
To install it:
- position one end of the roller in
row 2,
- compress the opposite end of the
roller and position it,
- release it to allow it to engage,
- unroll the cover as far as the pillars,
- secure the two hooks on the pillars,
To remove it:
- pull the cover towards you to
detach it from its fastenings,
- return the cover into its roller,
- compress it and remove it from its
support in row 2.
13. Rear shelf with umbrella holder
(7-8 seat version)
To remove the shelf:
- pull it rearward
- lift it slightly, then remove it
To install it:
- tilt it forwards slightly,
- push to engage it in its fastenings.
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Front courtesy light
Rear courtesy light
Individual reading light
COURTESY LIGHTS
Automatic switching on/off
The front courtesy light comes on
when the key is removed from the
ignition, when the vehicle is unlocked,
when one of the front doors is opened
or for location of the vehicle using the
remote control.
It switches off gradually after the
ignition is switched on and when the
vehicle is locked.
Permanently on, ignition on.
Rear courtesy light rows 2 and 3
These are switched on and off by
means of a manual switch.
Front: comes on when one
of the front or rear doors is
opened.
Rows 2 and 3: comes on
when one of the rear doors is
opened.
Permanently off.
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With the ignition on, the mirror is
illuminated automatically when the
concealing flap is raised.
AREAS FOR TOLL CARDS/
CAR PARK TICKETS
The athermic windscreen has two nonreflective zones located either side of
the base of the interior mirror.
They are intended for affixing toll cards
and/or car park tickets.
SIDE BLINDS
Side blinds are available in
rows 2 and/or 3.
Pull the side blind by the tab(s).
Position the blind’s attachment(s) on
the corresponding hook(s).
Ensure that the tabs are
hooked correctly to prevent any
damage to the blind when the
corresponding sliding side door is
opened.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
SUN VISOR WITH ILLUMINATED
COURTESY MIRROR
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Practical information
With the ignition on, the mirror is
illuminated automatically when the
concealing flap is raised.
AREAS FOR TOLL CARDS/
CAR PARK TICKETS
The athermic windscreen has two nonreflective zones located either side of
the base of the interior mirror.
They are intended for affixing toll cards
and/or car park tickets.
SIDE BLINDS
Side blinds are available in
rows 2 and/or 3.
Pull the side blind by the tab(s).
Position the blind’s attachment(s) on
the corresponding hook(s).
Ensure that the tabs are
hooked correctly to prevent any
damage to the blind when the
corresponding sliding side door is
opened.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
SUN VISOR WITH ILLUMINATED
COURTESY MIRROR
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Practical information
With the ignition on, the mirror is
illuminated automatically when the
concealing flap is raised.
AREAS FOR TOLL CARDS/
CAR PARK TICKETS
The athermic windscreen has two nonreflective zones located either side of
the base of the interior mirror.
They are intended for affixing toll cards
and/or car park tickets.
SIDE BLINDS
Side blinds are available in
rows 2 and/or 3.
Pull the side blind by the tab(s).
Position the blind’s attachment(s) on
the corresponding hook(s).
Ensure that the tabs are
hooked correctly to prevent any
damage to the blind when the
corresponding sliding side door is
opened.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
SUN VISOR WITH ILLUMINATED
COURTESY MIRROR
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Mirrors and windows
MIRRORS AND WINDOWS
MIRRORS
Electric exterior mirrors
Move switch A to the right or to
the left to select the corresponding
mirror.
- Move knob B in all four directions
to adjust.
- Return switch A to the centre
position.
When parked, the mirrors can be
folded back manually, or electrically by
pulling switch A rearwards.
Electric unfolding of the mirrors is
possible with the key on unlocking the
vehicle.
-
Automatic day/night interior
mirror
This automatically and gradually
changes between the day and night
positions. To prevent dazzling,
the glass of the mirror darkens
automatically depending on the
intensity of the light from behind.
It clears as the light (headlamps of
following vehicles, sunlight) decreases,
ensuring maximum visibility.
Special feature
To ensure maximum visibility during
manoeuvres, the mirror clears
automatically when reverse gear is
engaged.
Manual interior mirror
The interior mirror has two positions:
- day (normal),
- night (anti-dazzle).
To change from one to the other, push
or pull the lever on the lower edge of
the mirror.
Mirrors and windows
Manual operation:
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You have two options:
press or pull switch 1, without going
beyond the point of resistance. The
window stops when the switch is
released.
Automatic operation:
press or pull switch 1, beyond the
point of resistance: the window
opens or closes completely when
the switch is released. Pressing the
switch again stops the movement
of the window.
The electrical functions of the
electric windows are disarmed
one minute after switching off the
ignition.
ELECTRIC WINDOWS
1. Driver’s electric window switch.
2. Passenger electric window
switch.
3. Rear right electric window
switch.
4. Rear left electric window switch.
5. Rear electric windows disarming
switch (child safety).
- red strip visible: the rear switches
are activated.
- red strip covered: the rear switches
are disarmed.
Disarming the rear controls
For the safety of your children, press
switch 5 to disarm all of the electrical
controls in the rear:
- electric windows,
- sliding side doors,
- sunroofs.
ERGONOMICS and COMFORT
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Safety auto-reverse
When the window rises and meets an
obstacle, it stops and partially lowers
again.
In the event of contact during operation
of the windows, you must reverse the
movement of the window. To do this,
press the switch concerned.
Always remove the key from the
ignition when leaving the vehicle,
even for a short time.
The driver must ensure that:
- no one is preventing correct closing
of the windows,
- the passengers use the electric
windows correctly,
- children do not hinder the
movement of the windows.
Reinitialising the window
In the event of unwanted opening of
the window on closing (for example, in
the presence of ice), in the event of a
malfunction or following reconnection
of the battery, the window must be
reinitialised:
- press the switch until the window is
fully open,
- then pull it again until the window is
fully closed,
- continue to hold the switch for
approximately one second after the
window has closed.
The safety auto-reverse function is
not active during these operations.
REAR WINDOWS
To partially open the rear windows, tilt
the lever and push it fully to lock the
windows in the open position.
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Safety auto-reverse
When the window rises and meets an
obstacle, it stops and partially lowers
again.
In the event of contact during operation
of the windows, you must reverse the
movement of the window. To do this,
press the switch concerned.
Always remove the key from the
ignition when leaving the vehicle,
even for a short time.
The driver must ensure that:
- no one is preventing correct closing
of the windows,
- the passengers use the electric
windows correctly,
- children do not hinder the
movement of the windows.
Reinitialising the window
In the event of unwanted opening of
the window on closing (for example, in
the presence of ice), in the event of a
malfunction or following reconnection
of the battery, the window must be
reinitialised:
- press the switch until the window is
fully open,
- then pull it again until the window is
fully closed,
- continue to hold the switch for
approximately one second after the
window has closed.
The safety auto-reverse function is
not active during these operations.
REAR WINDOWS
To partially open the rear windows, tilt
the lever and push it fully to lock the
windows in the open position.
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Driving safety
DRIVING SAFETY
HANDBRAKE
Applying
When parking, pull the handbrake to
immobilize your vehicle. When parking
on a slope, direct your wheels towards
the pavement and pull the handbrake.
Pull the button located at the end of the
handbrake forwards.
The handbrake lever lowers.
You can now pivot the seat.
To return to normal operation, pull the
lever upwards until a click is heard.
If the handbrake is still on or has
not been released properly, this is
indicated by:
Releasing
Pull on the handle and press the button
to release the handbrake.
Disengaging
If your vehicle is fitted with a version
with a rotating front seat, apply the
handbrake.
a warning light which comes
on on the instrument panel,
an audible signal,
a message on the display.
HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS
Press the button, the direction
indicators flash.
They can operate with the ignition off.
Automatic lighting of hazard
warning lights
Equipment conditioned according
to country: when braking in an
emergency, depending on the
deceleration, the hazard warning lights
come on automatically. They switch
off automatically the first time you
accelerate.
It is also possible to switch them off by
pressing the button.
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DRIVING SAFETY
HANDBRAKE
Applying
When parking, pull the handbrake to
immobilize your vehicle. When parking
on a slope, direct your wheels towards
the pavement and pull the handbrake.
Pull the button located at the end of the
handbrake forwards.
The handbrake lever lowers.
You can now pivot the seat.
To return to normal operation, pull the
lever upwards until a click is heard.
If the handbrake is still on or has
not been released properly, this is
indicated by:
Releasing
Pull on the handle and press the button
to release the handbrake.
Disengaging
If your vehicle is fitted with a version
with a rotating front seat, apply the
handbrake.
a warning light which comes
on on the instrument panel,
an audible signal,
a message on the display.
HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS
Press the button, the direction
indicators flash.
They can operate with the ignition off.
Automatic lighting of hazard
warning lights
Equipment conditioned according
to country: when braking in an
emergency, depending on the
deceleration, the hazard warning lights
come on automatically. They switch
off automatically the first time you
accelerate.
It is also possible to switch them off by
pressing the button.
When the distance between the vehicle
and the obstacle is less than approximately
thirty centimetres, the audible signal
becomes continuous and the "Danger"
symbol appears depending on the display.
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Parking assistance
Switching the system off
The system returns to the inactive
status:
- when you exit reverse gear,
- when the speed increases to above
6 mph (10 km/h),
- at the end of the manoeuvre, when
the vehicle becomes stationary
(front parking assistance only).
Deactivation
If fitted on your vehicle, the system is
audible and/or visual and consists of
four proximity sensors, located in the
front and/or rear bumper. The sensors
detect any obstacle which enters
the field: person, vehicle, tree, gate,
located in front of or behind the vehicle
during the manoeuvre.
Objects the size or thickness of which
is detected at the beginning of the
manoeuvre, may no longer be detected
at the end of the manoeuvre: due to
blind spots between and below the
sensors. Examples: stake, roadworks
cone, kerbstone.
This system does not take the place of
the vigilance and responsibility of the
driver.
Switching the system on
The system is activated as soon as:
- reverse gear is engaged,
- the speed falls below 6 mph
(10 km/h) in forward gear.
This is accompanied by an audible
signal and displaying of the vehicle,
depending on the display.
The proximity information is given by:
- an audible signal, which becomes
more rapid as the vehicle
approaches the obstacle,
- a graphic on the display, with
blocks which become progressively
closer to the vehicle.
The obstacle is located in relation to the
emission of the audible signal from the
speakers, front or rear and right or left.
RE-ACTIVATION
Press the button again to re-activate
the system. The indicator light on the
button switches off.
In bad or wintry weather, ensure
that the sensors are not covered
with mud, frost or snow.
In this case (e.g. sensors dirty), when
reverse gear is engaged, the indicator
light flashes, accompanied by an audible
signal and a message on the display.
Consult a CITROËN dealer.
SAFETY
FRONT AND/OR REAR
PARKING ASSISTANCE
Press the button on the fascia
to deactivate the system
(to avoid waking a child...).
The indicator light on the
button comes on.
This function will be deactivated
automatically when the vehicle is
towing a trailer or when a bicycle
carrier is fitted (vehicle fitted with
towing attachment or bicycle carrier
recommended by CITROËN).
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When changing wheels (tyres and
rims), make sure that these are
approved.
The anti-lock braking system comes
into operation automatically when there
is a risk of wheel lock.
When this warning light
comes on, accompanied by
a buzzer and a message,
it indicates that there is a
malfunction of the ABS, which
can cause a loss of control of the
vehicle when braking.
HORN
Press one of the spokes of the steering
wheel.
ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM
(ABS) AND ELECTRONIC
BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION
(EBFD)
The ABS, in conjunction with the
electronic brake force distribution,
increases the stability and
manoeuvrability of your vehicle on
braking, in particular on poor or
slippery road surfaces.
When this warning light comes
on, connected to the STOP
warning light, accompanied
by a buzzer and a message,
it indicates that there is a
malfunction of the electronic brake force
distribution, which can cause a loss of
control of the vehicle when braking.
Stop immediately.
In both cases, consult a CITROËN
dealer.
Normal operation of the ABS may
make itself felt by slight vibrations of
the brake pedal.
In emergency braking, press
very firmly without releasing the
pressure.
EMERGENCY BRAKING
ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (EBA)
In an emergency, this system enables
the optimum braking pressure to be
reached more quickly, press the pedal
firmly without releasing it.
It is triggered by the speed at which the
brake pedal is activated.
This alters the resistance of the brake
pedal under your foot.
To prolong the operation of the
emergency braking assistance system:
keep your foot on the brake pedal.
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When changing wheels (tyres and
rims), make sure that these are
approved.
The anti-lock braking system comes
into operation automatically when there
is a risk of wheel lock.
When this warning light
comes on, accompanied by
a buzzer and a message,
it indicates that there is a
malfunction of the ABS, which
can cause a loss of control of the
vehicle when braking.
HORN
Press one of the spokes of the steering
wheel.
ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM
(ABS) AND ELECTRONIC
BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION
(EBFD)
The ABS, in conjunction with the
electronic brake force distribution,
increases the stability and
manoeuvrability of your vehicle on
braking, in particular on poor or
slippery road surfaces.
When this warning light comes
on, connected to the STOP
warning light, accompanied
by a buzzer and a message,
it indicates that there is a
malfunction of the electronic brake force
distribution, which can cause a loss of
control of the vehicle when braking.
Stop immediately.
In both cases, consult a CITROËN
dealer.
Normal operation of the ABS may
make itself felt by slight vibrations of
the brake pedal.
In emergency braking, press
very firmly without releasing the
pressure.
EMERGENCY BRAKING
ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (EBA)
In an emergency, this system enables
the optimum braking pressure to be
reached more quickly, press the pedal
firmly without releasing it.
It is triggered by the speed at which the
brake pedal is activated.
This alters the resistance of the brake
pedal under your foot.
To prolong the operation of the
emergency braking assistance system:
keep your foot on the brake pedal.
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When changing wheels (tyres and
rims), make sure that these are
approved.
The anti-lock braking system comes
into operation automatically when there
is a risk of wheel lock.
When this warning light
comes on, accompanied by
a buzzer and a message,
it indicates that there is a
malfunction of the ABS, which
can cause a loss of control of the
vehicle when braking.
HORN
Press one of the spokes of the steering
wheel.
ANTI-LOCK BRAKING SYSTEM
(ABS) AND ELECTRONIC
BRAKE FORCE DISTRIBUTION
(EBFD)
The ABS, in conjunction with the
electronic brake force distribution,
increases the stability and
manoeuvrability of your vehicle on
braking, in particular on poor or
slippery road surfaces.
When this warning light comes
on, connected to the STOP
warning light, accompanied
by a buzzer and a message,
it indicates that there is a
malfunction of the electronic brake force
distribution, which can cause a loss of
control of the vehicle when braking.
Stop immediately.
In both cases, consult a CITROËN
dealer.
Normal operation of the ABS may
make itself felt by slight vibrations of
the brake pedal.
In emergency braking, press
very firmly without releasing the
pressure.
EMERGENCY BRAKING
ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (EBA)
In an emergency, this system enables
the optimum braking pressure to be
reached more quickly, press the pedal
firmly without releasing it.
It is triggered by the speed at which the
brake pedal is activated.
This alters the resistance of the brake
pedal under your foot.
To prolong the operation of the
emergency braking assistance system:
keep your foot on the brake pedal.
TRACTION CONTROL (ASR)
AND DYNAMIC STABILITY
CONTROL (ESP)
They engage again:
- automatically above 30 mph
(50 km/h),
- manually by pressing the switch
again.
These systems are linked and
complement the ABS.
The ASR system optimises drive to
prevent the wheels skidding, by acting
on the brakes of the drive wheels
and on the engine. It also allows the
directional stability of the vehicle to be
improved on acceleration.
If there is a variation between the
trajectory followed by the vehicle and
that required by the driver, the ESP
system automatically acts on the
engine and the brake of one or more
wheels, in order to put the vehicle back
on course, within the limits of the laws
of physics.
Operating check
Operation of the ASR and
ESP systems
The warning light flashes if
the ASR or ESP is activated.
In certain conditions (vehicle stuck in
mud or snow, or on loose ground...), it
could prove useful to disarm the ASR
and ESP systems to make the wheels
spin and regain grip.
- Press the switch, situated under
the steering wheel on the left of the
fascia.
The indicator light comes on
accompanied by a message:
the ESP and ASR systems
no longer act on the engine
operation, but continue to act
on the brakes.
When a malfunction of the
systems occurs, the indicator
light comes on, accompanied
by an audible signal and a
message on the display.
Consult a CITROËN dealer to have the
system checked.
The ASR/ESP systems offer
increased safety during normal
driving, but should not incite the
driver to take risks or to drive at high
speed.
The operation of these systems is
ensured if the recommendations
of the manufacturer regarding
the wheels (tyres and rims), the
braking components, the electronic
components and the fitting and repair
procedures within the CITROËN
network are observed.
After an impact, have these systems
checked by a CITROËN dealer.
SAFETY
Activation of the ASR and ESP
systems
When the ignition is on, the ASR and
ESP systems are always active.
Disarming the ASR/ESP
systems
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Puncture
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The STOP warning light
comes on, accompanied
by the message
"Punctured tyre(s)", an outline on the
display and an audible signal.
Stop immediately, avoiding any sudden
movement of the steering wheel and
the brakes.
Change the damaged (punctured or
very deflated) tyre, and have the tyre
pressure checked as soon as possible.
Refer to the "Changing a wheel"
section of chapter 7.
TYRE UNDER-INFLATION
DETECTION
Sensors check the tyre pressure during
driving, and trigger a warning in the
event of a malfunction (speed greater
than approx.15 mph [25 km/h]) or
puncture.
An outline representing one or more
wheels flashing indicates the location
of the wheel or wheels concerned.
Flat tyre
The SERVICE warning light
comes on, accompanied
by the message "Tyre(s)
deflated", an outline on the display,
and an audible signal.
Check the tyre pressure as soon as
possible.
If the damaged tyre is temporarily
stored in the boot, it will again emit
this message to remind you of the
necessity of having it repaired. This will
prevent another warning of the same
type being displayed.
Sensor(s) not detected
The SERVICE warning light
comes on, accompanied
by the message "X tyre
pressure sensor(s) missing", an
outline on the display and an audible
signal.
Under-inflation detection is absent
from one (or several) tyre(s). Consult a
CITROËN dealer to replace the faulty
sensor(s).
This message is also displayed
when one of the tyres is away
from the vehicle (being repaired)
or when a wheel without a sensor is
fitted.
All repairs and changing of
tyres on a wheel fitted with this
system must be carried out by a
CITROËN dealer.
The tyre under-inflation detection
system is a driving aid which does
not take the place of the vigilance or
the responsibility of the driver.
This system does not remove the
need to have the tyre pressure
checked regularly (including the spare
wheel), to ensure that the dynamic
performance of the vehicle remains at
its best and to avoid premature wear
of the tyres, in particular in the case
of arduous driving (heavy load, high
speed).
The system may temporarily be
disturbed by radio broadcasts on a
frequency close to it.
The force-limiting device reduces the
pressure of the seat belt against the
chest of the occupant, so increasing
his protection.
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Seat belts
Front seat belt warning light
The front seats and the rear side seats
of row 2 are fitted with pre-tensioners
and force limiters.
To adjust the height
-
To lower the attachment point,
squeeze control and slide it
downwards.
To raise the attachment point, slide
control upwards.
To fasten
-
Pull the strap, then insert the
buckle into the stalk.
Check that the seat belt is secured
correctly by pulling the strap.
The lap strap must be positioned as
low as possible on the pelvis. The
chest strap must pass over the hollow
of the shoulder.
Check that the seat belt is fastened
correctly by pulling the strap.
Inertia reel seat belts
These are fitted with a device which
locks the seat belt automatically in
the event of an impact or emergency
braking.
Safety in the event of a frontal impact
has been improved by the introduction
of pre-tensioning and force-limiting
seat belts. Depending on the
seriousness of the impact, the
pre-tensioning system instantly
tightens the seat belts firmly against
the body of the occupant.
The pre-tensioning seat belts are
armed when the ignition is on.
A bag placed on the front
passenger seat or a pet sitting on
this seat may trigger the lighting of
this warning light.
Row 2 rear side seat belts
For your comfort, if you are not using
the seat belt, slide the seat belt loop to
the upper stop to prevent the tongue
from vibrating.
Row 3 rear side seat belts
The row 3 rear side seats are fitted
with two seat belts which are both
three-point inertia reel belts with force
limiter.
SAFETY
SEAT BELTS
FRONT AND REAR SIDE
SEAT BELTS
If the driver and/or front
passenger has/have not
fastened his/their seat belt,
this warning light comes on.
Then, at a speed in excess of
approximately 15 mph (25 km/h), it flashes
accompanied by an audible signal of
increasing volume (for approximately
90 seconds) and a message on the display.
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Seat belts
To install the seat belt, move the
tongue into position to insert it into the
buckle.
Row 2 and 3 rear centre seat
belts
The row 2 rear centre seat and the
rear bench seat centre seat have an
integrated three-point inertia reel seat
belt.
Good practice
The driver must ensure that
passengers use the seat belts correctly
and that they are all strapped in
securely before moving off.
Wherever you are seated in the
vehicle, always fasten your seat belt,
even for short journeys.
The seat belts are fitted with an inertia
reel which automatically adjusts the
length of the strap to your size.
Do not use accessories (clothes pegs,
clips, safety pins, etc.) which permit a
clearance with the seat belt straps.
Ensure that the seat belt is rolled up
correctly after use.
After folding or moving a seat or a rear
bench seat, ensure that the seat belt is
rolled up correctly and that the buckle
is ready to accommodate the tongue.
Depending on the nature and
seriousness of any impact, the
pretensioning device may be triggered
before and independently of inflation
of the air bags. It instantly tightens
the seat belts against the body of the
occupants.
Triggering of the pretensioners is
accompanied by a slight discharge
of harmless smoke and a noise, due
to the activation of the pyrotechnic
cartridge incorporated in the system.
The force limiter reduces the pressure
of the seat belt against the body of the
occupants.
The pretensioning seat belts are active
when the ignition is switched on.
The inertia reels are fitted with a device
which automatically locks the strap in
the event of a collision or emergency
braking or if the vehicle rolls over.
You can unfasten the seat belt by
pressing the red button on the buckle.
Guide the seat belt after unfastening.
The air bag warning light comes on
if the pretensioners are triggered.
Consult a CITROËN dealer.
In order to be effective, a seat belt
must:
- restrain one person only,
- must not be twisted, check by
pulling in front of you with an even
movement,
- be tightened as close to the body
as possible.
The upper part of the seat belt should
be positioned in the hollow of the
shoulder.
The lap part should be placed as low
as possible on the pelvis.
Do not invert the seat belt buckles as
they will not fulfil their role completely.
If the seats are fitted with armrests, the
lap part of the seat belt should always
pass under the armrest.
Check that the seat belt is fastened
correctly by pulling the strap firmly.
Recommendations for children:
- use a suitable child seat if the
passenger is less than 12 years old
or shorter than one metre fifty,
- never allow a child to travel on
your lap, even with the seat belt
fastened.
For further information regarding child
seats, refer to the "Children on board"
section of chapter 4.
In accordance with current safety
regulations, your CITROËN dealer
guarantees all work or any checks,
from testing to maintenance, on your
seat belt equipment.
Have the seat belts checked regularly
(even after a minor impact) by a
CITROËN dealer: they must not show
any signs of wear, cutting or fraying
and they must not be transformed or
modified.
Clean the seat belt straps with soapy
water or a textile cleaning product, sold
by CITROËN dealers.
Air bags only operate when the
ignition is switched on.
This equipment only operates once.
If a second impact occurs (during the
same or a subsequent accident), the
air bag will not operate.
The triggering of an air bag or air bags
is accompanied by a slight discharge
of harmless smoke and a noise, due
to the activation of the pyrotechnic
cartridge incorporated in the system.
This smoke is not harmful, but
sensitive individuals may experience
some irritation.
The noise of the detonation may result
in a slight loss of hearing for a short
time.
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Air bags
The air bags have been designed to
maximise the safety of the occupants
(with the exception of the centre
seats of rows 2 and 3) in the event
of a serious collision; they work in
conjunction with the force limiting seat
belts.
In the event of a serious collision, the
electronic detectors record and analyse
the front and side impacts suffered in
the impact detection zones:
- in the event of a serious impact, the
air bags inflate instantly and protect
the occupants of the vehicle.
Immediately after the impact, the air
bags deflate rapidly, so that they do not
hinder the visibility of the occupants
nor their possible exit from the vehicle:
- in the event of a minor or rear
impact and in certain roll-over
conditions, the air bags will not
be deployed; the seat belt alone
is sufficient to provide maximum
protection in these situations.
The seriousness of the collision
depends on the nature of the obstacle
and the speed of the vehicle at the
moment of impact.
It is imperative that the passenger
air bag is disarmed if a child seat
is installed facing rearwards. Refer
to the "Children on board" section of
chapter 4.
SAFETY
AIR BAGS
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Good practice
If your vehicle is fitted with a front
passenger air bag, side air bags or
curtain air bags, observe this good
practice.
Sit in a normal upright position.
Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt.
Do not leave anything between the
occupants and the air bags (a child,
pet, object...). This could hamper the
operation of the air bags or injure the
occupants.
After an accident or if the vehicle has
been stolen or broken into, have the air
bag systems checked.
All work on the air bag system is
strictly forbidden unless it is carried out
by qualified personnel of the CITROËN
network.
Even if all of the precautions
mentioned are observed, a risk of
injury or of minor burns to the head,
chest or arms when an air bag is
triggered cannot be ruled out. In fact,
the bag inflates almost instantly (within
a few milliseconds) then deflates within
the same time discharging the hot gas
via openings provided for this purpose.
Side air bags
Only put approved covers on the seats.
These will not hinder inflation of the
side air bags. Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
Do not sit with the upper part of the
body any nearer to the door than
necessary.
Curtain air bags
Do not fix or glue anything to the roof.
This could cause injury to the head
when the curtain air bag inflates.
Do not remove the grab handles
installed on the roof, they play a part
in securing the curtain air bags.
Front air bags
Do not drive holding the steering wheel
by its spokes or resting your hands on
the centre part of the wheel.
Passengers must not place their feet
on the fascia.
Smoke as little as possible as
deployment of the air bags can cause
burns or the risk of injury from a
cigarette or pipe.
Never remove or pierce the steering
wheel or hit it violently.
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To ensure the safety of your
child, it is essential to disarm the
passenger air bag when you install
a rear-facing child seat on the front
passenger seat. Otherwise, the child
would risk being killed or seriously
injured if the air bag were to inflate.
Front air bags
The front air bags are incorporated in
the centre of the steering wheel for the
driver and in the fascia for the front
passenger.
Activation
They are deployed simultaneously,
unless the passenger's front air bag
has been disarmed, in the event of a
serious front impact applied to all or
part of the front impact zone A in the
longitudinal centreline of the vehicle
on a horizontal plane directed from the
front towards the rear of the vehicle.
The front air bag inflates between
the front occupant of the vehicle and
the fascia to cushion his forward
movement.
Disarming
The passenger's front air bag alone
can be disarmed:
- With the ignition switched off,
insert the key into the passenger air
bag disarming switch,
- turn it to the "OFF" position,
- then remove the key keeping the
slot in this position.
The air bag warning light on the
instrument panel is lit throughout
the period of disarming.
Reactivation
In the "OFF" position, the passenger
air bag will not be triggered in the
event of an impact.
As soon as the child seat is removed,
turn the air bag slot to the "ON"
position to re-activate the air bag
and thus ensure the safety of your
passenger in the event of an impact.
Front air bag fault
If this warning light comes on,
accompanied by an audible
signal and a message on the
display, consult a CITROËN
dealer to have the system
checked.
If the two air bag warning lights
are lit continuously, do not install
a rear-facing child seat. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.
Air bags only operate when the
ignition is switched on.
This equipment only operates once.
If a second impact occurs (during the
same or a subsequent accident), the
air bag will not operate.
The triggering of an air bag or air bags
is accompanied by a slight discharge
of harmless smoke and a noise, due
to the activation of the pyrotechnic
cartridge incorporated in the system.
This smoke is not harmful, but
sensitive individuals may experience
some irritation.
The noise of the detonation may result
in a slight loss of hearing for a short
time.
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Air bags
The air bags have been designed to
maximise the safety of the occupants
(with the exception of the centre
seats of rows 2 and 3) in the event
of a serious collision; they work in
conjunction with the force limiting seat
belts.
In the event of a serious collision, the
electronic detectors record and analyse
the front and side impacts suffered in
the impact detection zones:
- in the event of a serious impact, the
air bags inflate instantly and protect
the occupants of the vehicle.
Immediately after the impact, the air
bags deflate rapidly, so that they do not
hinder the visibility of the occupants
nor their possible exit from the vehicle:
- in the event of a minor or rear
impact and in certain roll-over
conditions, the air bags will not
be deployed; the seat belt alone
is sufficient to provide maximum
protection in these situations.
The seriousness of the collision
depends on the nature of the obstacle
and the speed of the vehicle at the
moment of impact.
It is imperative that the passenger
air bag is disarmed if a child seat
is installed facing rearwards. Refer
to the "Children on board" section of
chapter 4.
SAFETY
AIR BAGS
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Good practice
If your vehicle is fitted with a front
passenger air bag, side air bags or
curtain air bags, observe this good
practice.
Sit in a normal upright position.
Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt.
Do not leave anything between the
occupants and the air bags (a child,
pet, object...). This could hamper the
operation of the air bags or injure the
occupants.
After an accident or if the vehicle has
been stolen or broken into, have the air
bag systems checked.
All work on the air bag system is
strictly forbidden unless it is carried out
by qualified personnel of the CITROËN
network.
Even if all of the precautions
mentioned are observed, a risk of
injury or of minor burns to the head,
chest or arms when an air bag is
triggered cannot be ruled out. In fact,
the bag inflates almost instantly (within
a few milliseconds) then deflates within
the same time discharging the hot gas
via openings provided for this purpose.
Side air bags
Only put approved covers on the seats.
These will not hinder inflation of the
side air bags. Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
Do not sit with the upper part of the
body any nearer to the door than
necessary.
Curtain air bags
Do not fix or glue anything to the roof.
This could cause injury to the head
when the curtain air bag inflates.
Do not remove the grab handles
installed on the roof, they play a part
in securing the curtain air bags.
Front air bags
Do not drive holding the steering wheel
by its spokes or resting your hands on
the centre part of the wheel.
Passengers must not place their feet
on the fascia.
Smoke as little as possible as
deployment of the air bags can cause
burns or the risk of injury from a
cigarette or pipe.
Never remove or pierce the steering
wheel or hit it violently.
The curtain air bag inflates between
the front or rear occupant of the vehicle
and the windows.
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Air bags
In the event of a minor impact or
bump on the side of the vehicle or
if the vehicle rolls over, the air bag
may not be triggered.
The air bag is not triggered in the event
of a rear or front collision.
If fitted on your vehicle, this is a system
which protects the driver and front
passenger in the event of a serious
side impact in order to limit the risk of
injury to the chest.
Each side air bag is incorporated in the
front seat back frame, on the door side.
Activation
It is triggered unilaterally in the event
of a serious side impact applied to
all or part of the side impact zone B,
perpendicular to the longitudinal
centreline of the vehicle on a horizontal
plane and directed from the outside
towards the inside of the vehicle.
The side air bag inflates between the
front occupant of the vehicle and the
corresponding door trim pad.
Impact detection zones
A. Front impact zone.
B. Side impact zone.
Curtain air bags
Operating fault
If fitted on your vehicle, this is a
system which protects the driver and
passengers (with the exception of the
centre seats of rows 2 and 3) in the
event of a serious side impact in order
to limit the risk of head injuries.
Each curtain air bag is incorporated
in the pillars and the upper part of the
passenger compartment.
If this warning light comes
on on the instrument panel,
accompanied by an audible
signal and a message on the
display, consult a CITROËN
dealer to have the system
checked. The air bags may no longer
be triggered in the event of a serious
impact.
Activation
It is triggered at the same time as the
corresponding side air bag in the event
of a serious side impact applied to
all or part of the side impact zone B,
perpendicular to the longitudinal
centreline of the vehicle on a horizontal
plane and directed from the outside
towards the inside of the vehicle.
SAFETY
Side air bags
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CHILD SAFETY
GENERAL POINTS RELATING
TO CHILD SEATS
INSTALLING A CHILD SEAT USING A THREE POINT SEAT BELT
"Rearwards-facing"
Recommended on the rear seats up to
the age of 2.
When a "rearwards-facing" child seat is
installed on the front passenger seat, it
is essential that the passenger air bag
is disarmed. Otherwise, the child would
risk being seriously injured or killed if
the air bag were to inflate.
"Forwards-facing"
Recommended on the rear seats over
the age of 2.
When a "forwards-facing" child seat is
installed on the front passenger seat,
leave the passenger air bag armed.
The child seats function and the
passenger air bag disarming function
are common to the entire CITROËN
range.
The rules for transporting children are
specific to each country. Consult the
current legislation in your country.
Please consult the list of seats
approved in your country. The isofix
mountings, the rear seats, the
passenger air bag and the disarming
of this air bag depend on the version
sold.
If the passenger air bag is not
disarmed, the installation of a
"rearwards-facing" child seat in the
front is strictly prohibited.
Refer to chapter 4, "Air bags"
section.
SAFETY
Although one of CITROËN's main
criteria when designing your vehicle,
the safety of your children also
depends on you.
For maximum safety, please follow
these precautions:
- all children under the age of 12 or
less than one metre fifty tall must
travel in approved child seats suited
to their weight, on seats fitted with
a seat belt or ISOFIX mountings,
- statistically, the safest seats in your
vehicle for the transportation of
children are the rear seats,
- a child weighing less than 9 kg
must travel in the "rearwardsfacing" position both in the front
and in the rear,
- the passenger must not travel with
a child on his lap.
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CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY CITROËN
CITROËN offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are
secured using a three point seat belt:
The table presented on the following
page indicates the options for installing
child seats secured using a seat
belt and universally approved in
accordance with the weight of the child
and the seat in the vehicle.
Group 0: from birth to 10 kg
Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg
L1
"ROMER Baby-Safe Plus"
Installed in the rear-facing position.
Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg
L2
"KIDDY Life"
The use of the restraining cushion is
compulsory for transporting young
children (from 9 to 18 kg).
Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg
L3
"RECARO Start''.
INSTALLING CHILD SEATS
ATTACHED USING THE SEAT
BELT
L4
"KLIPPAN Optima"
From the age
of 6 years
(approximately
22 kg), the booster
is used on its own.
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"ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS
These seats are fitted with ISOFIX
mountings.
These are two rings located between
the seat back and the seat cushion.
The ISOFIX child seats are fitted with
two locks which are secured easily on
these rings.
This ISOFIX mounting system
guarantees reliable, safe and fast
fitting of the child seat in your vehicle.
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ISOFIX CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY CITROËN AND APPROVED FOR YOUR VEHICLE
ISOFIX KIDDY
Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg
Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg
ISOFIX RÖMER Duo Plus
Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg
Installed in the rear facing position.
The body of the child seat must be in
contact with the back of the vehicle's
front seat.
Installed in the forwards facing position.
Installed in the forwards facing position only.
It is essential that the vehicle's front
seat is adjusted to the intermediate
longitudinal position.
Secured without the top strap.
Three child seat body angles: sitting,
reclining and lying positions.
Adjust the vehicle's front seat so that
the child's feet do not touch the seat
back.
These child seats can also be used on seats which are not fitted with ISOFIX mountings. In this case, it is essential that
they are secured to the vehicle's seat by means of the three-point seat belt.
Follow the instructions for fitting the child seat indicated in the seat manudacturer's installation guide.
SAFETY
The ISOFIX KIDDY seat is installed in row 2 only.
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CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY CITROËN
CITROËN offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are
secured using a three point seat belt:
The table presented on the following
page indicates the options for installing
child seats secured using a seat
belt and universally approved in
accordance with the weight of the child
and the seat in the vehicle.
Group 0: from birth to 10 kg
Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg
L1
"ROMER Baby-Safe Plus"
Installed in the rear-facing position.
Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg
L2
"KIDDY Life"
The use of the restraining cushion is
compulsory for transporting young
children (from 9 to 18 kg).
Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg
L3
"RECARO Start''.
INSTALLING CHILD SEATS
ATTACHED USING THE SEAT
BELT
L4
"KLIPPAN Optima"
From the age
of 6 years
(approximately
22 kg), the booster
is used on its own.
Under 13 kg
(groups 0 (a) and 0+)
Up to approx 1 year
From 9 to 18 kg
(group 1)
1 to 3 years approx
From 15 to 25 kg
(group 2)
3 to 6 years approx
From 22 to 36 kg
(group 3)
6 to 10 years approx
Front passenger
seat (b)
U
U
U
U
Side seats
of row 2
U
U
U
U
Centre seat
of row 2
U
U
U
U
Side seats of row 2,
placed in row 3
L1
L2
L2, L3, L4
L2, L3, L4
Centre seat
of row 2,
placed in row 3
U
U
U
U
L1
L2
L2, L3, L4
L2, L3, L4
X
L2
L2, L3, L4
L2, L3, L4
Seat
3-seat bench seat,
placed in row 3
a: Group 0: from birth to 10 kg. Infant car seats and "car cots" cannot be installed on the front passenger seat.
b: consult the legislation in force in your country before installing your child on this seat.
U: seat suitable for the installation of a child seat secured using a seat belt and universally approved, "rear facing" and/or
"forward facing".
L-: only the child seats indicated can be installed on the seat concerned (according to country).
X: seat not suitable for the installation of a child seat of the weight group indicated.
SAFETY
Weight of the child and indicative age
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ADVICE ON CHILD SEATS
The incorrect installation of a child seat
in a vehicle compromises the child's
protection in the event of an accident.
Remember to fasten the seat belts or
the child seat harnesses keeping the
slack in relation to the child's body to a
minimum, even for short journeys.
As a safety precaution, do not leave:
- one or more children alone and
unsupervised in a vehicle,
- a child or an animal in a vehicle
which is exposed to the sun, with
the windows closed,
- the keys within reach of children
inside the vehicle.
For optimum installation of the "forward
facing" child seat, ensure that the back of
the child seat is in contact with the back
of the vehicle's seat and that the head
restraint does not cause any discomfort.
To prevent accidental opening of the
doors, use the "Child Lock".
If the head restraint has to be removed,
ensure that it is stored or attached
securely to prevent it from being
thrown around the vehicle in the event
of sharp braking.
Children under the age of 10 must not
travel in the "forward facing" position
on the front passenger seat, unless
the rear seats are already occupied by
other children, cannot be used or are
absent.
Disarm the passenger air bag when a
"rear facing" child seat is installed on
the front seat.
Otherwise, the child would risk being
seriously injured or killed if the air bag
were to inflate.
Take care not to open the rear windows
by more than one third.
To protect young children from the
rays of the sun, fit side blinds to
the rear windows.
Installing a booster seat
The chest part of the seat belt must
be positioned on the child's shoulder
without touching the neck.
Ensure that the lap part of the seat belt
passes correctly over the child's thighs.
CITROËN recommends the use of a
booster seat which has a back, fitted
with a seat belt guide at shoulder level.
CHILD MONITORING MIRROR
This mirror enables the driver or front
passenger to observe all the rear
seats.
Fitted on its own ball joint and able to
retract into its housing in the roof, it
provides a panoramic view of the rear
interior of the vehicle.
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ADVICE ON CHILD SEATS
The incorrect installation of a child seat
in a vehicle compromises the child's
protection in the event of an accident.
Remember to fasten the seat belts or
the child seat harnesses keeping the
slack in relation to the child's body to a
minimum, even for short journeys.
As a safety precaution, do not leave:
- one or more children alone and
unsupervised in a vehicle,
- a child or an animal in a vehicle
which is exposed to the sun, with
the windows closed,
- the keys within reach of children
inside the vehicle.
For optimum installation of the "forward
facing" child seat, ensure that the back of
the child seat is in contact with the back
of the vehicle's seat and that the head
restraint does not cause any discomfort.
To prevent accidental opening of the
doors, use the "Child Lock".
If the head restraint has to be removed,
ensure that it is stored or attached
securely to prevent it from being
thrown around the vehicle in the event
of sharp braking.
Children under the age of 10 must not
travel in the "forward facing" position
on the front passenger seat, unless
the rear seats are already occupied by
other children, cannot be used or are
absent.
Disarm the passenger air bag when a
"rear facing" child seat is installed on
the front seat.
Otherwise, the child would risk being
seriously injured or killed if the air bag
were to inflate.
Take care not to open the rear windows
by more than one third.
To protect young children from the
rays of the sun, fit side blinds to
the rear windows.
Installing a booster seat
The chest part of the seat belt must
be positioned on the child's shoulder
without touching the neck.
Ensure that the lap part of the seat belt
passes correctly over the child's thighs.
CITROËN recommends the use of a
booster seat which has a back, fitted
with a seat belt guide at shoulder level.
CHILD MONITORING MIRROR
This mirror enables the driver or front
passenger to observe all the rear
seats.
Fitted on its own ball joint and able to
retract into its housing in the roof, it
provides a panoramic view of the rear
interior of the vehicle.
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Towing a trailer
Dimension A = 0.96 m
Refer to the administrative
documents (V5, ...) or to the Petrol
or Diesel "Dimensions, weights
and towed loads" section of
chapter 8.
Driving advice
A towed vehicle must free wheel:
gearbox in neutral.
Distribution of loads: distribute the
load in the trailer so that the heaviest
loads are as close as possible to the
axle and the nose weight is close
to the maximum authorised without,
however, exceeding it.
Cooling: towing a trailer on a slope
increases the coolant temperature.
As the fan is electrically controlled, its
cooling capacity is not dependent on
the engine speed.
ACCESSORIES
TOWING A TRAILER, CARAVAN, BOAT, ETC...
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Towing a trailer
On the contrary, use a high gear to
lower the engine speed and reduce
your speed.
In all cases, pay attention to the
coolant temperature.
In certain cases of particularly
arduous use (towing the
maximum load up a steep slope
in high temperatures), the engine
automatically limits its power. In this
case, cutting off the air conditioning
allows the engine power to be
recovered, and therefore the towing
speed to be significantly increased
(approximately 12 mph [20 km/h]
more). Sequential control of the
gearbox may also become unavailable.
If the coolant temperature warning light
comes on, stop the vehicle and switch
off the engine as soon as possible.
Tyres: check the tyre pressures of
the towing vehicle and of the trailer,
observing the recommended pressure.
Refer to the "Identification
features" section of chapter 8.
Brakes: towing increases the braking
distance. Drive at a moderate speed,
change down early and brake
gradually.
Side wind: sensitivity to side wind is
increased. Drive smoothly and at a
moderate speed.
Please contact a CITROËN dealer first
for further information.
When using a trailer connection,
you must add a fuse. Refer to
the "Changing a fuse" section of
chapter 7.
Lighting
Towbar
We recommend the use of original
CITROËN towbars, which have been
tested for endurance from the design
stage of your vehicle.
Towing equipment must be fitted in
accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions, with particular attention to
the towing capacities of your vehicle,
the load towed, the nose weight and
the electrical connection. As this fitting
should be carried out by a professional,
we recommend that you entrust the
fitting of this equipment to a CITROËN
dealer.
In accordance with the general
instructions referred to above, we draw
your attention to the risk connected
with fitting a towbar or other electrical
accessory which is not recommended
by the CITROËN network. Fitting such
equipment could result in a failure of
your vehicle's electronic system.
Manual adjustment
Adjust your headlamps so as not to
dazzle other road users. Check the
electrical signalling of the trailer.
Refer to the "Steering wheel
controls" section of chapter 3.
Bicycle carrier
If you fit a bicycle carrier on
the tailgate, deactivate the
rear wiper from the display's
configuration menu.
Automatic adjustment
For vehicles with Xenon bulbs, and if
the change in load makes it necessary,
this system automatically corrects the
height of the beam after approximately
2 minutes. The driver is then assured
of having optimum lighting and not
causing a nuisance to other road
users.
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Roof bars
To use the transverse roof bars,
release the four locking levers located
at the base of the feet of each bar.
From the left-hand side, slide them
in their rails to the required notch,
supporting the foot of the bar with two
hands to slide it correctly.
Removal and refitting of the
roof bars
Lock the four locking levers.
For greater ease, it is
recommended that two people carry
out these operations.
When the roof bars are not in use,
position them at the rear stop to avoid
excess consumption.
Use accessories recommended by
Automobiles CITROËN and follow
the fitting instructions in the manual
provided by the manufacturer of the
load-carrying roof bars.
Maximum authorised weight on the
roof rack: 220 lbs. (100 kg)
-
Remove the bolt, the stop and the
two washers at each location A.
- Move the bars to the locations A.
- Lift the two bars to remove them.
- Imperative: refit the bolt, the
stop and the two washers at each
location A.
To refit, proceed in the reverse order.
ACCESSORIES
USING ROOF BARS
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Snow screen
VERY COLD CLIMATE SCREEN
FITTING
If fitted on your vehicle, this is a
removable part which permits complete
or partial covering of the front air intake
(grille, ...) to favour the increase in the
engine temperature when driving in
very low temperatures and to prevent
the entry of snow into the engine
compartment.
-
When the snow has cleared, do not
forget to remove the very cold climate
screen.
-
Offer up the screen facing its
centring pin A on the front bumper.
Put it in place by pressing at each
clip B located in the four corners.
REMOVAL
-
Pass a screwdriver into the hole
located near each of the clips.
Use the screwdriver as a lever to
unclip the four clips B in turn.
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CD changer
This holds up to 6 discs.
To
-
insert a disc into the changer:
open sliding panel A,
press button B to eject the cartridge C,
open one of the six compartments
of the cartridge by pulling tab D,
insert the disc with the printed
face upwards and close the
compartment,
insert the cartridge into the
changer,
close the sliding panel A.
The use of copied compact discs
may cause faults.
Insert circular compact discs only.
Do not insert discs in MP3 format.
ACCESSORIES
CD CHANGER
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Other accessories
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Alloy wheels, trims, aluminium interior
trim kit, mud flaps, ...
Screenwash, interior and exterior
maintenance and cleaning products,
replacement bulbs, ...
OTHER ACCESSORIES
These accessories and parts, after
being tested and approved for reliability
and safety, are all adapted to your
vehicle. A wide choice of recommended
accessories and original parts is offered
by the CITROËN Marque.
A further range is also available,
structured around comfort, leisure and
maintenance:
Anti-theft alarm, window engraving,
first aid kit, safety jacket, rear parking
assistance, warning triangle, ...
Seat covers compatible with side
air bags, mats, boot tray, sunroof,
luggage net, door deflectors, cool box
secured on the slides, clip armrest,
load carrying roof bars, roof box, snow
chains, ski carrier, tailgate bicycle
carrier, interior bicycle carrier, booster
seats and child seats, Isofix seats, side
sun blinds and rear blind, ...
Trailer towbar which must be fitted by a
CITROËN dealer.
-
To avoid any jamming under the
pedals:
ensure that the mat and its fixings
are positioned correctly,
never place one mat on top of
another.
Audio systems, telephone, hands-free
kit, speakers, CD changer, navigation
system, DVD player, ...
Compatible portable equipment
For the hands-free kit audio
equipment, the fitting of an RCA
auxiliary socket is offered specifically
by the Network.
The audio cable for connection to
the auxiliary socket (RCA yellow-red
located in the glove box) is also offered
by the network.
Following connection of the cable and
selection of the AUX mode, via the
source button, your portable equipment
is ready to operate.
Set the portable equipment to half
volume to avoid saturating the audio
system sound. Then use the audio
system volume button.
The fitting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not
recommended by CITROËN may
result in a failure of your vehicle's
electronic system.
Please note this specific warning. You
are advised to contact a representative
of the Marque to be shown the range
of recommended equipment or
accessories.
Depending on the country in which
the vehicle is sold, it is compulsory to
have a safety jacket, warning triangle
and replacement bulbs available in the
vehicle.
When using a tailgate bicycle
carrier, deactivate the rear
wiper from the display
configuration menu.
Before installing a radiocommunication
transmitter with aerial, contact a
CITROËN dealer who will inform you
of the specifications of the transmitters
which can be fitted, in accordance with
the Motor Vehicle Electromagnetic
Compatibility Directive (2004/104/EC).
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Fuel
FILLING THE FUEL TANK
Filling with fuel
The tank must be filled with fuel with
the engine off.
- Open the fuel filler flap.
- Insert the key then turn it to the left.
- Remove the cap and attach it to
the clip located on the inside of the
flap.
It is usual to hear an air intake noise
when opening the cap as there is a
vacuum linked with the sealing of the
fuel circuit.
A label on the inside of the flap
indicates which type of fuel to use.
More than 5 litres of fuel must be
added in order to be registered by the
fuel gauge.
If you fill your tank, do not continue
after the third cut-off of the pump
nozzle. This could result in vehicle
malfunctions.
LOW FUEL LEVEL
When the tank's minimum
level is reached, this warning
light comes on, accompanied
by the message "Fuel level
low" on the display. When
this warning light first comes on, you
have approximately 8 litres left,
depending on driving conditions and
the engine.
Fill up with fuel as soon as possible to
avoid running out.
Never continue to drive until you run
out of fuel as this could damage the
emission control and injection systems.
The capacity of the tank is
approximately 18 gallons (80 litres).
- After filling the tank, lock the cap
and close the flap.
When the fuel filler flap is open, a
system limits the opening of the
rear left sliding side door.
The key cannot be removed from the
cap's lock until the cap is refitted on the
tank.
If the warning light flashes, this
indicates a fuel gauge malfunction.
Consult a CITROËN dealer.
Quality of the fuel used for petrol
engines
The petrol engines are perfectly
compatible with E10 type petrol
biofuels (containing 10 % ethanol),
conforming to European standards
EN 228 and EN 15376.
E85 type fuels (containing up to 85 %
ethanol) are reserved exclusively for
vehicles marketed for the use of this
type of fuel (BioFlex vehicles). The
quality of the ethanol must comply with
European standard EN 15376.
For Brazil only, special vehicles are
marketed to run on fuels containing up
to 100 % ethanol (type E100).
FUEL CIRCUIT DISARMED
In a serious collision, a mechanism
automatically prevents fuel from
reaching the engine.
The flashing of this warning
light is accompanied by a
message on the display.
Check that there is no odour or
leakage of fuel outside the vehicle and
re-establish the fuel supply:
- switch off the ignition
(STOP position).
- remove the key.
- put the key back in the ignition.
- switch on the ignition and start.
DIESEL REPRIMING
PUMP
If you should run out of fuel, it is
necessary to re-prime the circuit:
- fill the fuel tank with at least five
litres of diesel,
- squeeze and release the manual
re-priming pump, under the bonnet
under the protective cover, until fuel
appears in the transparent pipe,
- operate the starter until the engine
starts.
CHECKS
Quality of the fuel used for Diesel
engines
The Diesel engines are perfectly
compatible with biofuels which conform
to current and future European
standards (diesel fuel which complies
with standard EN 590 mixed with a
biofuel which complies with standard
EN 14214) which can be distributed at
the pumps (possible incorporation of
0 to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl Ester).
The B30 biofuel can be used in certain
Diesel engines; however, this use
is subject to strict application of the
special servicing conditions. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.
The use of any other type of (bio)fuel
(vegetable or animal oils, pure or
diluted, domestic fuel...) is strictly
prohibited (risk of damage to the
engine and fuel circuit).
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FUEL CIRCUIT DISARMED
In a serious collision, a mechanism
automatically prevents fuel from
reaching the engine.
The flashing of this warning
light is accompanied by a
message on the display.
Check that there is no odour or
leakage of fuel outside the vehicle and
re-establish the fuel supply:
- switch off the ignition
(STOP position).
- remove the key.
- put the key back in the ignition.
- switch on the ignition and start.
DIESEL REPRIMING
PUMP
If you should run out of fuel, it is
necessary to re-prime the circuit:
- fill the fuel tank with at least five
litres of diesel,
- squeeze and release the manual
re-priming pump, under the bonnet
under the protective cover, until fuel
appears in the transparent pipe,
- operate the starter until the engine
starts.
CHECKS
Quality of the fuel used for Diesel
engines
The Diesel engines are perfectly
compatible with biofuels which conform
to current and future European
standards (diesel fuel which complies
with standard EN 590 mixed with a
biofuel which complies with standard
EN 14214) which can be distributed at
the pumps (possible incorporation of
0 to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl Ester).
The B30 biofuel can be used in certain
Diesel engines; however, this use
is subject to strict application of the
special servicing conditions. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.
The use of any other type of (bio)fuel
(vegetable or animal oils, pure or
diluted, domestic fuel...) is strictly
prohibited (risk of damage to the
engine and fuel circuit).
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FUEL CIRCUIT DISARMED
In a serious collision, a mechanism
automatically prevents fuel from
reaching the engine.
The flashing of this warning
light is accompanied by a
message on the display.
Check that there is no odour or
leakage of fuel outside the vehicle and
re-establish the fuel supply:
- switch off the ignition
(STOP position).
- remove the key.
- put the key back in the ignition.
- switch on the ignition and start.
DIESEL REPRIMING
PUMP
If you should run out of fuel, it is
necessary to re-prime the circuit:
- fill the fuel tank with at least five
litres of diesel,
- squeeze and release the manual
re-priming pump, under the bonnet
under the protective cover, until fuel
appears in the transparent pipe,
- operate the starter until the engine
starts.
CHECKS
Quality of the fuel used for Diesel
engines
The Diesel engines are perfectly
compatible with biofuels which conform
to current and future European
standards (diesel fuel which complies
with standard EN 590 mixed with a
biofuel which complies with standard
EN 14214) which can be distributed at
the pumps (possible incorporation of
0 to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl Ester).
The B30 biofuel can be used in certain
Diesel engines; however, this use
is subject to strict application of the
special servicing conditions. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.
The use of any other type of (bio)fuel
(vegetable or animal oils, pure or
diluted, domestic fuel...) is strictly
prohibited (risk of damage to the
engine and fuel circuit).
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Opening the bonnet
OPENING THE BONNET
From inside:
- lift the cover located at the left foot
of the driver's seat.
- pull the control upwards.
From outside:
- lift the catch and raise the bonnet.
Bonnet strut
Secure the strut to hold the bonnet
open.
Before closing the bonnet, replace the
strut in its housing.
To close
Lower the bonnet and release it at the
end of its travel. Check that the bonnet
is properly locked.
"Bonnet open" warning
This warning is linked to the alarm
option only.
With the engine running or the vehicle
moving, a diagram on the display
accompanied by an audible signal,
warns you that the bonnet is not
properly closed.
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Under the bonnet
UNDER THE BONNET
1. Windscreen/headlamp wash
reservoir.
2. Fuse box.
3. Coolant reservoir.
4. Wheelbrace.
5. Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
9. Dipstick.
6. Jack housing.
10. Engine oil filler cap.
7. Air filter.
11. Power steering reservoir.
8. Removable towing eye.
CHECKS
PETROL ENGINES
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Under the bonnet
DIESEL ENGINES
1. Windscreen/headlamp wash
reservoir.
2. Fuse box.
3. Coolant reservoir.
4. Wheelbrace.
5. Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
9. Engine oil filler cap.
6. Jack housing.
7. Air filter.
10. Dipstick
(a: 2.2 HDi; b: 2.0 HDi).
8. Removable towing eye.
11. Power steering reservoir.
12. Repriming pump (2.0 HDi).
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LEVELS
If you have to remove/refit the
engine style cover, handle it with
care to avoid damaging the fixing
clips.
Oil level
Check the level regularly and top up
between changes. The maximum
consumption is 0.5 litre per 600 miles
(1 000 km).
Check the level with the vehicle level,
engine cold, using the dipstick.
Dipstick
There are two marks
on the dipstick:
A = maximum
If you fill past this
mark, contact a
CITROËN dealer.
B = minimum
Never allow the level
to fall below this
mark.
To maintain the reliability of engines
and emission control systems, the use
of additives in engine oil is prohibited.
Oil change
It is imperative that this is carried out at
the intervals specified and the viscosity
grade of the oil selected must fulfil the
requirements in accordance with the
manufacturer's servicing schedule.
Consult the instructions at CITROËN
dealerships.
Remove the dipstick before filling.
Check the level after filling (never
exceed the max mark).
Screw the cap back onto the sump
before closing the bonnet.
Viscosity selection
In all cases, the oil selected must meet
the manufacturer's requirements.
Changing the brake fluid
The brake fluid must be changed at
the intervals stated, according to the
manufacturer's servicing schedule.
Use fluids recommended by the
manufacturer, which fulfil DOT4
standards.
The level must be between the MIN
and MAX marks on the reservoir.
If fluid has to be added frequently,
this indicates a failure which must be
checked by a CITROËN dealer as
soon as possible.
Warning lights
Checking by means of the
warning lights on the instrument
panel is described in chapter 2,
"Instruments and controls" section.
CHECKS
These regular maintenance
operations will keep your vehicle
in good running order. Consult the
instructions at CITROËN dealerships
or in the servicing booklet enclosed in
the handbook pack.
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Levels
Cooling system
Power steering fluid level
Only use the fluid recommended by the
manufacturer.
Otherwise, you risk seriously damaging
your engine.
When the engine is warm, the
temperature of the coolant is controlled
by the engine fan. As this fan can
operate with the ignition key removed
and because the cooling system is
pressurised, wait for at least one hour
after the engine has stopped before
carrying out any work.
Slacken the cap by 1/4 of a turn to
release the pressure to prevent any
risk of scalding. When the pressure
has dropped, remove the cap and top
up the level with coolant.
If fluid has to be added frequently,
this indicates a failure which must be
checked by a CITROËN dealer as
soon as possible.
The vehicle must be parked on level
ground with the engine cold. Unscrew
the cap integrated with the gauge and
check the level which must be between
the MIN and MAX marks.
Topping up
The level must be between the MIN
and MAX marks on the expansion
bottle. If more than 1 litre of fluid is
required to top up the level, have the
system checked by a CITROËN dealer.
During regeneration of the particle
emission filter, relay noise may be
heard under the fascia.
If the message is still displayed and
the service warning light remains on,
contact a CITROËN dealer.
Windscreen wash and headlamp
wash level
For best quality cleaning and for your
safety, we would advise that you use
products of the CITROËN range.
To avoid ice forming, do not use water.
Diesel additive level (Diesel with
particle emission filter)
The minimum level of this
additive is indicated by
lighting of the service warning
light, accompanied by an
audible signal and a message
on the display.
When this occurs with the engine running,
this is due to the start of saturation of
the particle emission filter (exceptionally
prolonged urban driving conditions: low
speed, long traffic jams, ...).
In order to regenerate the filter, you are
advised to drive at a speed of more than
40 mph (60 km/h) as soon as possible,
when traffic conditions permit, for at
least five minutes (until the message
disappears and the service warning light
is switched off).
Topping up
It is imperative that this additive is
topped up by a CITROËN dealer
without delay.
Used oil
Avoid prolonged contact of used oil
with the skin.
Brake fluid is harmful to health and
very corrosive.
Do not dispose of used oil, brake
fluid or coolant into drains or onto
the ground but into the containers
dedicated to this use at CITROËN
dealerships.
Checks
At the start of winter, have your battery
checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Brake pads
Brake pad wear depends on the style
of driving, in particular for vehicles
which are used in town, over short
distances. It may be necessary to
check the thickness of the pads, even
between services.
Unless there is a leak on the circuit, a
drop in the brake fluid level indicates
that the brake pads are worn.
Brake disc/drum wear status
For any information relating to
checking the brake disc/drum wear
status, contact a CITROËN dealer.
Handbrake
Where the handbrake travel is too
great or there is a reduction in the
performance of the system, the
handbrake should be adjusted, even
between services.
Have the system checked by a
CITROËN dealer.
Oil filter
Change the filter regularly, in
accordance with the servicing
schedule.
The carbon filter permits continuous
and effective filtering of dust.
If the passenger compartment filter
becomes clogged, this may reduce
the performance of the air conditioning
system and generate unpleasant
odours.
We recommend the use of a combined
passenger compartment filter. By
means of its second special active
filter, it contributes to the purification
of the air breathed by the occupants
and to the cleanness of the passenger
compartment (reduction of allergic
symptoms, unpleasant odours and
greasy deposits).
Refer to the servicing booklet to
find out the replacement interval
for these components.
Depending on the environment (dusty
atmosphere...) and the use of the
vehicle (urban driving...), change them
twice as often if necessary.
Refer to the "Under the bonnet" section
of chapter 6.
Particle emission filter (Diesel)
It is imperative that particle emission
filter maintenance is carried out by a
CITROËN dealer.
On acceleration after the vehicle has
been running for a prolonged period
at very low speed or at idle, you may,
in exceptional circumstances, notice
the emission of water vapour at the
exhaust. This water vapour does not
have any adverse effect on vehicle
handling or the environment.
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Battery
Carbon filter and passenger
compartment filter
Manual gearbox
Have the level checked in accordance
with the manufacturer's servicing
schedule.
To check the main levels
and certain components,
in accordance with the
manufacturer's servicing schedule,
refer to the pages of the Maintenance
and Warranty Guide which correspond
to your vehicle's engine.
Only use products recommended
by CITROËN or products
of equivalent quality and
specification.
In order to optimise the operation
of units as important as the braking
system, CITROËN selects and offers
specific products.
In order to avoid damaging the
electrical units, high pressure washing
to clean the engine compartment is
strictly prohibited.
CHECKS
CHECKS
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Battery
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BATTERY
For the electric windows safety
auto-reverse, refer to the "Mirrors
and windows" section of chapter 3.
This is housed in a compartment
located underneath the floor, in front of
the driver's seat.
After every reconnection of the battery,
switch on the ignition and wait 1 minute
before starting to allow the electronic
systems to be initialised. If slight
difficulties are experienced after this,
please contact a CITROËN dealer.
The door open monitoring electrical
system consumes power, remember
to close the sliding doors when your
vehicle is parked for long periods.
To charge the battery using a
battery charger
-
Disconnect the battery,
Follow the instructions for use
given by the battery charger
manufacturer,
Reconnect starting with the
negative (-) terminal,
Check that the terminals and
connectors are clean. If they are
covered with sulphate (white or
greenish deposit), disconnect them
and clean them.
To start the vehicle from
another battery
-
-
Connect the red cable to the positive
(+) terminals of the two batteries,
Connect one end of the green
or black cable to the negative (-)
terminal of the slave battery,
Connect the other end of the green
or black cable to an earth point on
the broken down vehicle as far as
possible from the battery,
Operate the starter, let the engine
run,
Wait for the engine to return to idle,
then disconnect the cables.
It is advisable to disconnect the
battery if the vehicle is not to be used
for a period of more than one month.
Before disconnecting the battery, you
must wait for 2 minutes after switching
off the ignition.
Never disconnect a terminal when the
engine is running.
Never charge a battery without first
disconnecting the terminals.
Close the sunroof and the windows
before disconnecting the battery. If
they do not operate normally following
reconnection of the battery, they must
be reinitialised.
For the sunroofs safety autoreverse, refer to the "Accesses"
section of chapter 2.
ECONOMY MODE FUNCTION
After the engine has stopped, with
the key in the ignition position, certain
functions (windscreen wiper, electric
windows, courtesy lights, audio
equipment, etc.) can only be used for a
cumulative duration of thirty minutes, to
prevent discharging the battery.
Once the thirty minutes are over, the
message "Economy mode active"
appears on the display and the active
functions are put on standby.
To resume the use of these functions
immediately, start the engine and let it
run for a few seconds.
A flat battery will prevent the engine
from starting.
Battery
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BATTERY
For the electric windows safety
auto-reverse, refer to the "Mirrors
and windows" section of chapter 3.
This is housed in a compartment
located underneath the floor, in front of
the driver's seat.
After every reconnection of the battery,
switch on the ignition and wait 1 minute
before starting to allow the electronic
systems to be initialised. If slight
difficulties are experienced after this,
please contact a CITROËN dealer.
The door open monitoring electrical
system consumes power, remember
to close the sliding doors when your
vehicle is parked for long periods.
To charge the battery using a
battery charger
-
Disconnect the battery,
Follow the instructions for use
given by the battery charger
manufacturer,
Reconnect starting with the
negative (-) terminal,
Check that the terminals and
connectors are clean. If they are
covered with sulphate (white or
greenish deposit), disconnect them
and clean them.
To start the vehicle from
another battery
-
-
Connect the red cable to the positive
(+) terminals of the two batteries,
Connect one end of the green
or black cable to the negative (-)
terminal of the slave battery,
Connect the other end of the green
or black cable to an earth point on
the broken down vehicle as far as
possible from the battery,
Operate the starter, let the engine
run,
Wait for the engine to return to idle,
then disconnect the cables.
It is advisable to disconnect the
battery if the vehicle is not to be used
for a period of more than one month.
Before disconnecting the battery, you
must wait for 2 minutes after switching
off the ignition.
Never disconnect a terminal when the
engine is running.
Never charge a battery without first
disconnecting the terminals.
Close the sunroof and the windows
before disconnecting the battery. If
they do not operate normally following
reconnection of the battery, they must
be reinitialised.
For the sunroofs safety autoreverse, refer to the "Accesses"
section of chapter 2.
ECONOMY MODE FUNCTION
After the engine has stopped, with
the key in the ignition position, certain
functions (windscreen wiper, electric
windows, courtesy lights, audio
equipment, etc.) can only be used for a
cumulative duration of thirty minutes, to
prevent discharging the battery.
Once the thirty minutes are over, the
message "Economy mode active"
appears on the display and the active
functions are put on standby.
To resume the use of these functions
immediately, start the engine and let it
run for a few seconds.
A flat battery will prevent the engine
from starting.
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Changing a wheel
3. SPARE WHEEL
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-
-
If possible, park the vehicle on
level, stable and non-slippery
ground.
It is imperative that you ensure
that the occupants get out of the
vehicle and wait in a safe location.
Depending on the country of
sale and for your own safety, use
the safety jackets and warning
triangles.
Apply the handbrake, switch off the
ignition and engage first or reverse
gear (position P for the automatic
gearbox).
If possible, place a chock under the
wheel diagonally opposite the one
to be changed.
2. TOOLS
You can switch on the
row 3 courtesy light to increase
the light in the boot.
Refer to the location of the
tools (situated in the engine
compartment) in the "Under the
bonnet" section of chapter 6.
1. Wheelbrace.
2. Jack housing.
3. Alloy wheel embellisher remover.
4. Removable towing eye.
The jack and the tools are specific to
your vehicle. Do not use them for other
purposes.
Gain access to the spare wheel
from the boot.
-
Open the cover to release the
winch and access its bolt.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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CHANGING A WHEEL
1. PARKING THE VEHICLE
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Changing a wheel
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Unwind the winch cable by
unscrewing the bolt using the
wheelbrace.
4. OPERATING PROCEDURE
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-
Detach the spare wheel from the
rear of the vehicle and place it near
the wheel to be changed.
Remove the trim pulling at the
valve passage hole. Use the flat
end of the towing eye as a lever.
Loosen the wheel bolts and start
unscrewing them.
Special tools for vehicles fitted with
alloy wheels
If your vehicle has wheels with alloy
rims:
- The embellisher is removed
using the alloy wheel embellisher
remover.
- Each wheel is fitted with an antitheft bolt.
These bolts can be loosened using
your anti-theft socket (given to you
on delivery of your vehicle) and the
wheelbrace.
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Changing a wheel
Place the jack in contact with the
locating point provided, the one
which is closest to the wheel to
be changed. Ensure that the base
of the jack is in contact with the
ground, and straight above.
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Resume and complete the
unscrewing of the wheel bolts.
Remove the bolts and remove the
wheel.
Do not extend the jack until you
have started unscrewing the bolts
on the wheel to be changed and
have placed the chock under the wheel
diagonally opposite.
-
Extend the jack to lift the wheel
clear of the ground.
5. FITTING THE SPARE WHEEL
-
Position the wheel on the hub and
start tightening the bolts by hand.
Initially tighten the bolts using the
wheelbrace.
TROUBLESHOOTING
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Changing a wheel
Never go underneath a vehicle
that is supported only by a
jack (use a ramp). Never use a
screwdriver in place of the wheelbrace
to unwind or wind the winch cable.
-
Lower the vehicle completely by
folding the jack, then remove the
jack.
-
-
-
-
Tighten the bolts again using the
wheelbrace, tighten them fully
without forcing them.
Place the wheel to be repaired
in the boot well, with the valve
uppermost and the locating tab in
place.
Raise the winch cable using the
wheelbrace and tighten fully.
Check that the wheel is horizontal
and flush against the rear floor to
ensure that it is retained correctly
while driving.
Remember to close the flap,
located in the boot, it permits
securing of the winch.
Store the trim in the boot.
6. REFITTING THE REPAIRED
WHEEL
The wheel is refitted as described in
step 5, not forgetting to refit the wheel
trim.
The spare wheel is not designed
to be used over long distances.
Have the tightening of the bolts
and the tyre pressure checked by a
CITROËN dealer as soon as possible.
Also, have the original wheel repaired
and refitted by a CITROËN dealer as
soon as possible.
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Changing a bulb
FRONT LIGHTS
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Dipped headlamps
Main beam headlamps
Fog lamps
Side lights
Direction indicators
Handle the bulbs with a dry cloth.
Make access easier on the righthand side by removing the wash-wipe
pipe and the fuse box cover.
High pressure washing: when using
this type of washing on stubborn dirt,
do not persist on the headlamps, the
lights and their surrounds to avoid
damaging their coating and their seal.
1 - Dipped beam headlamps
H7-55 W or xenon bulb.
2 - Main beam headlamps
H7-55 W or xenon bulb.
3 - Fog lamps
H1-55 W.
- Turn the protective cover
corresponding to the faulty bulb
a quarter of a turn to the left and
remove it.
- Disconnect the connector.
- Press the end of the securing clip
to free it. Change the bulb.
When fitting the new bulb, ensure that
the direction notches are positioned
correctly and the securing clip is fixed
properly.
- Reconnect the connector.
- Refit the protective cover, then turn
it a quarter of a turn to the right.
4 - Side lights
W 5 W.
- Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a
turn to the left and remove it.
- Change the bulb.
WARNING: RISK OF
ELECTROCUTION
Xenon bulbs must be changed by a
CITROËN dealer.
TROUBLESHOOTING
CHANGING A BULB
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Changing a bulb
5 - Direction indicators
PY 21 W (amber).
- Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a
turn to the left and remove it.
- Change the bulb.
The headlamps are fitted with
polycarbonate glass with a
protective coating. Do not clean
them with a dry or abrasive cloth, nor
with a detergent or solvent product.
Use a sponge and soapy water.
In certain climatic conditions (low
temperature, humidity), condensation
inside the headlamp glass is normal;
it disappears a few minutes after the
lights are switched on.
Direction indicator side repeaters
WY 5 W (amber).
- Push the repeater rearwards and
release it from the mirror.
- Hold the connector and turn the
bulb holder a quarter of a turn to
the left.
- Turn the bulb a quarter of a turn to
the left, remove it and change it.
When refitting, engage the repeater
towards the rear and move it towards
the front of the mirror.
Amber coloured bulbs (direction
indicators and side repeaters)
must be changed for bulbs of
identical specification and colour.
Rear lights
1. Direction indicators
PY 21 W (amber).
2. Side lights
5 W.
3. Brake/side lights
P 21 W/5 W.
4. Reversing lights
P 21 W.
5. Fog lamps
P 21 W.
These 5 bulbs are changed from inside
the vehicle:
- open the tailgate,
- remove the air extraction grille on
the side concerned,
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Changing a bulb
5 - Direction indicators
PY 21 W (amber).
- Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a
turn to the left and remove it.
- Change the bulb.
The headlamps are fitted with
polycarbonate glass with a
protective coating. Do not clean
them with a dry or abrasive cloth, nor
with a detergent or solvent product.
Use a sponge and soapy water.
In certain climatic conditions (low
temperature, humidity), condensation
inside the headlamp glass is normal;
it disappears a few minutes after the
lights are switched on.
Direction indicator side repeaters
WY 5 W (amber).
- Push the repeater rearwards and
release it from the mirror.
- Hold the connector and turn the
bulb holder a quarter of a turn to
the left.
- Turn the bulb a quarter of a turn to
the left, remove it and change it.
When refitting, engage the repeater
towards the rear and move it towards
the front of the mirror.
Amber coloured bulbs (direction
indicators and side repeaters)
must be changed for bulbs of
identical specification and colour.
Rear lights
1. Direction indicators
PY 21 W (amber).
2. Side lights
5 W.
3. Brake/side lights
P 21 W/5 W.
4. Reversing lights
P 21 W.
5. Fog lamps
P 21 W.
These 5 bulbs are changed from inside
the vehicle:
- open the tailgate,
- remove the air extraction grille on
the side concerned,
unscrew the two interior bolts B
and C,
- unscrew the exterior bolt D,
- unscrew the bulb holder concerned
a quarter of a turn to the left and
remove it,
- unscrew the faulty bulb an eighth of
a turn to the left and change it.
When refitting:
- take care to position the bulb
correctly and press on it to engage it,
- take care to position the bulb holder
correctly and screw it in a quarter of
a turn to the right,
- take care to position and secure the
light correctly.
-
NUMBER PLATE LIGHTS
THIRD BRAKE LIGHT
W 5 W.
- Remove the lens.
- Change the faulty bulb.
5 W 5 W bulbs.
- Remove the tailgate upper trim by
unclipping it on each side.
- Squeeze the two tabs 1 to release
the bulb holder.
- Change the faulty bulb.
- When refitting, ensure that the
tailgate upper trim has been put
back in place correctly.
When two or more bulbs are
faulty, you must replace them
immediately.
TROUBLESHOOTING
129
Changing a bulb
7
130
Changing a fuse
CHANGING A FUSE
The fuse boxes are located in:
- the instrument panel lower glove
box (right-hand side),
- the battery compartment
(right-hand side floor),
- the engine compartment.
The spare fuses and special pliers A
are fixed to the inside of the lid of the
instrument panel fuse box.
Removing and changing a fuse
Before changing a fuse you must
establish the cause of the fault and
have it corrected. The fuse numbers
are indicated on the fuse box.
- Use the special pliers A.
Always change a faulty fuse for one
of the same rating.
CITROËN will not accept responsibility
for the cost incurred in repairing
your vehicle or for rectifying the
malfunctions resulting from the
installation of accessories not supplied
and not recommended by CITROËN
and not installed in accordance with
its instructions, in particular when
the combined consumption of all of
the additional equipment connected
exceeds 10 milliamperes.
Changing a fuse
Open the lower glove box on the right-hand side.
Pull the handle to open the cover and access the fuses.
N°
Rating
(Amps)
1
15
Functions
Rear wiper.
2
-
Not used.
3
5
Air bag control unit.
4
10
Steering wheel angle sensor, Diagnostic socket, ESP sensor, Manual air conditioning, Clutch
switch, Headlamp beam height, Particle emission filter pump, Electrochromatic interior mirror.
5
30
Electric mirrors, Electric window motor.
6
30
Front electric windows supply, Sunroof row 1.
7
5
8
20
Multifunction display, Anti-theft alarm siren, Audio equipment, Compact disc changer, Audio/
telephone, Trailer fuse box, Diesel additive control unit, Tyre under-inflation detection control unit,
Sliding doors module control unit.
9
30
Lighter.
10
15
Steering wheel switching, Trailer fuse box.
11
15
Diagnostic socket, Ignition switch, Automatic gearbox.
12
15
Driver's seat memory unit, Passenger's electric seat, Air bag control unit, Parking assistance
control unit, Sliding side door buttons, Hands-free kit.
13
5
14
15
Rain sensor, Automatic air conditioning, Instrument panel, Sunroofs, Odometer warning lights
unit, Audio-telematics control.
15
30
Locking/unlocking/deadlocking of the accesses.
16
-
17
40
Courtesy lights, Glove box light, Courtesy mirror lights.
Engine fuse box, Trailer fuse box.
Not used.
Heated rear screen.
TROUBLESHOOTING
-
131
INSTRUMENT PANEL FUSES
7
132
Changing a fuse
BATTERY COMPARTMENT
FUSES
Fuse box
The fuses are located in the battery
compartment, housed underneath the
floor in front of the seat on the righthand side:
- unclip the cover.
Carefully close the cover when you
have finished.
N°
Rating
(Amps)
1*
40
Electric sliding side door.
2*
40
Electric sliding side door.
Functions
3*
-
4*
40
31
5
32
25
Driver's seat memorisation.
33
25
Passenger's seat memorisation.
34
20
Sunroof row 3.
35
20
Sunroof row 2.
36
10
Passenger's heated seat.
37
10
Driver's heated seat.
38
15
Main beam headlamps (xenon bulb).
39
20
12 V accessories socket row 3.
40
20
12 V accessories socket row 2.
133
Changing a fuse
Not used.
Trailer fuse box.
* The maxi-fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. All work must be carried out by a CITROËN dealer.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Main brake switch.
7
Changing a fuse
134
ENGINE COMPARTMENT FUSES
Fuse box
To access the fuses located in the
engine compartment (to the left of
the coolant reservoir):
- unclip the cover.
Carefully close the cover when you
have finished.
The electrical system of your vehicle is
designed to operate with standard or
optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
equipment or accessories on your
vehicle, consult a CITROËN dealer.
CITROËN will not accept responsibility
for the cost incurred in repairing
your vehicle or for rectifying the
malfunctions resulting from the
installation of accessories not supplied
and not recommended by CITROËN
and not installed in accordance with its
instructions, in particular where
the equipment in question consumes
more than 10 milliamperes.
The designations communicated
only relate to the fuses which can
be changed by the user using
the pliers and spare fuses, located in
the glove box behind the instrument
panel fuse box, on the right-hand side.
For any other work, visit a CITROËN
dealer.
Intended for professionals: for full fuse
and relay information, consult
the "Methods" diagram via the
CITROËN network.
Rating
(Amps)
1
20
Engine control unit, Fuel supply and air supply systems, Fan assembly.
2
15
Horn.
3
10
Front and rear wash-wipe pump.
4
20
Headlamp wash pump.
5
15
Fuel supply system.
6
10
Power steering, Secondary brake pedal switch, Automatic gearbox control unit.
7
10
Braking system (ABS/ESP).
8
20
Starter control.
Functions
9
10
Engine control unit.
10
30
Fuel supply and air supply systems, Emission control systems.
11
40
Front air conditioning.
12
30
Windscreen wipers.
13
40
Built-in systems interface.
14
30
Not used.
TROUBLESHOOTING
N°
135
Changing a fuse
7
136
Changing a wiper blade
CHANGING A WINDSCREEN
WIPER BLADE
Placing the wiper blades
in the special position
-
Less than a minute after switching
off the ignition, operate the wipers
stalk to position the wiper blades
along the windscreen uprights
(special position).
Changing a windscreen wiper blade
- Lift the wiper arm, then disconnect
the windscreen-wash pipe.
- Unclip the blade and remove it.
- Fit the new blade.
-
Reconnect the windscreen-wash
pipe and push back the wiper arm.
To return the windscreen wipers
to their normal position, switch on
the ignition and operate the wipers
stalk.
Changing the rear wiper blade
- Lift the wiper arm, then unclip the
blade and remove it.
- Fit the new blade and push back
the wiper arm.
137
Having your vehicle towed
TOWING YOUR VEHICLE
Without lifting (4 wheels on the road)
You should always use a towbar.
The removable towing eye is inside the
engine compartment.
From the front
- Unclip the cover by pressing the
bottom part,
- Screw in the removable towing eye
until it locks.
From the rear
- Unclip the top of the cover using a
coin,
- Screw in the removable towing eye
until it locks.
Lifting (2 wheels on
the road only)
It is preferable to raise the vehicle
using professional lifting equipment.
Put the gear lever in neutral.
Failure to observe this rule may
result in damage to certain
components.
When being towed with four wheels on
the road, it is essential to observe the
following rules:
- selector lever in position N,
- tow the vehicle at a speed below
30 mph (50 km/h) over a distance
limited to 30 miles (50 km)
maximum,
- do not add oil to the gearbox.
When towing with the engine switched
off, there is no braking or steering
assistance.
VEHICLES FITTED WITH A
MANUAL GEARBOX
(diesel version)
In the case of vehicles fitted with a
manual gearbox, the gear lever must
be in the neutral position. Failure to
observe this special condition may
result in damage to certain braking
components and the absence of
braking assistance the next time the
engine is started.
TROUBLESHOOTING
Special features of the
automatic gearbox
7
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138
This table presents the Petrol and Diesel Model Codes
Engine, __xxx__
Petrol
2.0 PETROL
__RFJ__
2.0 HDi
__RHK__
2.0 HDi PEF
__RHR__
2.2 HDi PEF
__4HP__ __4HT__
__4HR__ __4HS__
Number of seats, xx_____
7 seats maximum
EA_____
Base model: 5 individual seats
8 seats maximum
EB_____
Diesel
Type of gearbox, _____xx
Manual
(5-speed)
_____C
(6-speed)
_____H
Automatic
(6-speed)
Category and type of towing device
Part number, instructions concerning
fitting
A 50 X
R 06-0049
_____J
Petrol and Diesel technical data
139
PETROL ENGINE
Model codes
E_RFJ__
Engines
2.0 PETROL
Manual (5-speed)
Power (bhp)
140
Max. power: EU standard (KW)
103
Capacity (cm3)
1 997
Bore x stroke (mm)
85 x 88
Number of valves
16
Max. power engine speed (rpm)
6 000
Max torque: EU standard (Nm)
200
Max. torque engine speed (rpm)
4 000
Fuel
RON 95 - RON 98
Catalytic converter
Yes
Electronic injection
Yes
Oil capacities (in litres)
5.0
PETROL CONSUMPTION
As per EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended) in MPG (litres/100 km)
Model codes
Engines
Gearbox
Urban driving
Extra-urban
driving
Mixed driving
Emission
of CO2 by
mass (g/km)
E_RFJ__
2.0 PETROL
Manual
12.0
7.3
9.0
213
The consumption values, presented here, are the values communicated at the time of printing. These consumption
values were established in accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended). They may vary depending on the style
of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in the vehicle, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of the
accessories.
TECHNICAL DATA
Engines (with filter replacement)
8
Petrol and Diesel technical data
138
This table presents the Petrol and Diesel Model Codes
Engine, __xxx__
Petrol
2.0 PETROL
__RFJ__
2.0 HDi
__RHK__
2.0 HDi PEF
__RHR__
2.2 HDi PEF
__4HP__ __4HT__
__4HR__ __4HS__
Number of seats, xx_____
7 seats maximum
EA_____
Base model: 5 individual seats
8 seats maximum
EB_____
Diesel
Type of gearbox, _____xx
Manual
(5-speed)
_____C
(6-speed)
_____H
Automatic
(6-speed)
Category and type of towing device
Part number, instructions concerning
fitting
A 50 X
R 06-0049
_____J
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142
DIESEL ENGINES
Model codes
Engines
Power (bhp)
Max. power: EU standard (KW)
Capacity (cm )
3
Bore x stroke (mm)
Number of valves
E_RHKH
E_RHRH
E_4H TH/PH
E_4H RJ/SJ
2.0 HDi
2.0 HDi PEF
Manual
(6-speed)
Manual
(6-speed)
Manual
120
136
163
170
88
100
125/120
120/125
1 997
1 997
2 179
85 x 88
85 x 88
85 x 96
2.2 HDi PEF
Automatic
(6-speed)
16
16
16
Max. power engine speed (rpm)
4 000
4 000
4 000
Max. torque: EU standard (Nm)
300
320
370
400
Max. torque engine speed (rpm)
2 000
2 000
1 500
1 750
Fuel
Diesel
Diesel
Diesel
Catalytic converter
Yes
Yes
Yes
Particle emission filter (PEF)
No
Yes
Yes
Electronic injection
Yes
Yes
Yes
5
5
5
Oil capacities (in litres)
Engines (with filter replacement)
Petrol and Diesel technical data
139
PETROL ENGINE
Model codes
E_RFJ__
Engines
2.0 PETROL
Manual (5-speed)
Power (bhp)
140
Max. power: EU standard (KW)
103
Capacity (cm3)
1 997
Bore x stroke (mm)
85 x 88
Number of valves
16
Max. power engine speed (rpm)
6 000
Max torque: EU standard (Nm)
200
Max. torque engine speed (rpm)
4 000
Fuel
RON 95 - RON 98
Catalytic converter
Yes
Electronic injection
Yes
Oil capacities (in litres)
5.0
PETROL CONSUMPTION
As per EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended) in MPG (litres/100 km)
Model codes
Engines
Gearbox
Urban driving
Extra-urban
driving
Mixed driving
Emission
of CO2 by
mass (g/km)
E_RFJ__
2.0 PETROL
Manual
12.0
7.3
9.0
213
The consumption values, presented here, are the values communicated at the time of printing. These consumption
values were established in accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended). They may vary depending on the style
of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in the vehicle, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of the
accessories.
TECHNICAL DATA
Engines (with filter replacement)
8
Petrol and Diesel technical data
Model codes
Engines
Gearbox
Urban driving
Extra-urban
driving
Mixed driving
Emission
of CO2 by
mass (g/km)
E_RHKH
2.0 HDi
Manual 6
8.8
5.8
6.9
182
E_RHRH
2.0 HDi PEF
Manual 6
9.0
6.0
7.1
188
E_4HTH
E_4HPH
E_4HRJ
E_4HSJ
Manual 6
9.2
6.1
7.2
191
2.2 HDi PEF
Automatic 6
11
6.6
8.2
218
The consumption values, presented here, are the values communicated at the time of printing. These consumption
values were established in accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended). They may vary depending on the style
of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in the vehicle, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of
accessories.
TECHNICAL DATA
143
DIESEL CONSUMPTION As per EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended) in MPG (litres/100 km)
8
Petrol and Diesel technical data
Model codes
Engines
Gearbox
Urban driving
Extra-urban
driving
Mixed driving
Emission
of CO2 by
mass (g/km)
E_RHKH
2.0 HDi
Manual 6
8.8
5.8
6.9
182
E_RHRH
2.0 HDi PEF
Manual 6
9.0
6.0
7.1
188
E_4HTH
E_4HPH
E_4HRJ
E_4HSJ
Manual 6
9.2
6.1
7.2
191
2.2 HDi PEF
Automatic 6
11
6.6
8.2
218
The consumption values, presented here, are the values communicated at the time of printing. These consumption
values were established in accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended). They may vary depending on the style
of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in the vehicle, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of
accessories.
TECHNICAL DATA
143
DIESEL CONSUMPTION As per EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended) in MPG (litres/100 km)
8
Petrol and Diesel technical data
144
DIESEL DIMENSIONS, WEIGHTS AND TOWING LOADS (in mm - in kg)
Model codes
Engines
EARHKH
EBRHKH
EARHRH
EBRHRH
EA4HTH
EA4HPH
EA4HRJ
EA4HSJ
7 seats
8 seats
7 seats
8 seats
7 seats
2.0 HDi
Wheelbase(s) (at full load)
2.0 HDi PEF
EB4HTH
EB4HPH
EB4HRJ
EB4HSJ
8 seats
2.2 HDi PEF
2 823
on Axle 1
1 570
on Axle 2
1 548
Length
4 727
Width
1 850
Height at kerb weight
without roof bars
1 745 to 1 759
with fixed roof bars
1 854 to 1 863
Kerb weight
1 846 to 1 949 1 811 to 1 976 1 854 to 1 957 1 818 to 1 983 1 902 to 1 988 1 875 to 2 017
on Axle 1
1 117 to 1 153 1 114 to 1 158 1 121 to 1 157 1 117 to 1 161 1 170 to 1 204 1 169 to 1 217
on Axle 2
729 to 796
697 to 818
733 to 800
701 to 822
732 to 784
696 to 800
145
Petrol and Diesel technical data
Model codes
EARHKH
EBRHKH
EARHRH
EBRHRH
EA4HTH
EA4HPH
EA4HRJ
EA4HSJ
EB4HTH
EB4HPH
EB4HRJ
EB4HSJ
7 seats
8 seats
7 seats
8 seats
7 seats
8 seats
Engines
2.0 HDi
2.0 HDi PEF
2.2 HDi PEF
Gross train weight (GTW)
3 875
3 945
3 945
Gross vehicle weight (GVW)
2 530
2 530
2 570
on Axle 1
1 253
1 259
1 256
1 263
1 304
1 318
on Axle 2
1 277
1 271
1 274
1 267
1 266
1 252
on Axle 1
1 270
1 270
1 270
1 270
1 370
1 370
on Axle 2
1 300
1 300
1 300
1 300
1 300
1 300
1 820
1 800
750
750
750
750
750
750
73
72
76
76
75
75
Gross towed weight
Gross weight of unbraked trailer
Gross weight on towing
attachment
1 850
The GTW and towing load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1000 metres; the towing load mentioned
must be reduced by 10 % for each additional 1000 metres of altitude.
The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High exterior temperatures may result in a reduction in the performance of the vehicle in order to protect the engine; when
the exterior temperature is above 45 °C, restrict the towed weight.
TECHNICAL DATA
Gross weight
8
146
Dimensions
DIMENSIONS (IN MM)
To find out more about dimensions: refer to the "Dimensions, weights and
towing loads" section for both petrol and diesel engines in chapter 8.
TECHNICAL DATA
147
Dimensions
8
148
Dimensions
9.1
NaviDrive
MULTIMEDIA AUDIO EQUIPMENT/TELEPHONE
JUKEBOX FUNCTION (10 GB)/GPS (EUROPE)
The NaviDrive is coded in such a way that it will only
operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another
vehicle, contact a CITROËN dealer for configuration of
the system.
For safety reasons, it is imperative that the driver carries
out operations which require prolonged attention while
the vehicle is stationary.
When the engine is switched off and to prevent
discharging of the battery, the NaviDrive may switch off
after a few minutes.
● 01 First steps
● 02 Display and general menu
● 03 GPS
● 04 Traffic information
● 05 Audio/Video
● 06 Making telephone calls
● 07 Trip computer
● 08 Voice commands
● 09 Configuration
● 10 Display flow charts
● Frequently asked questions
pg. 9.2
pg. 9.4
pg. 9.7
pg. 9.16
pg. 9.18
pg. 9.26
pg. 9.31
pg. 9.34
pg. 9.35
pg. 9.36
pg. 9.83
IN-CAR TECHNOLOGY
CONTENTS
9
01 FIRST STEPS
A long press is required.
CD eject.
Navigator which
selects the choices above or the
step by step or rapid advances.
On - Off.
Volume dial.
SOURCE: selection of the radio, Jukebox, CD, CD changer and
auxiliary (AUX if activated on the Configuration menu).
Copy CD to hard disc.
MODE: selection with displaying of the TRIP, TEL, NAV or AUDIO
mode chosen.
DARK: hide the screen display, until completely black, by
successive presses. Pressing again reactivates the display.
Reinitialisation of the system.
BAND: selection of the FM1, FM2, FMast, AM wavebands.
TA: TA Traffic Announcements function on/off.
PTY:
Types of Programme function on/off by means of a long press.
9.2
Pressing the navigation
dial confirms the choice,
but does not store it.
Alpha-numeric telephone keypad for the same
uses, dial, call, hang up, enter.
LION: Direct access to the "CITROËN" services.
ESC: clears the current selection.
Return to the previous selection.
MENU: displays the general screen.
Sound settings.
For a detailed global view of the menus
available, refer to section 10.
LIST: displays the list of radio stations received,
the list of CD tracks or MP3/USB/Jukebox directories.
Updating of the stations received.
9.3
01 FIRST STEPS
ADDITIONAL CONTROL
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
SECTION 08
Cancellation of the operation in progress.
Clearing of the last superimposed display.
Press for more than 2 seconds: return to the
permanent application.
Selection of the screen display mode.
Press for more than 2 seconds: displaying
of the general information.
Displaying of the TELEPHONE
function contextual menu.
Displaying of the AUDIO function
contextual menu.
Displaying of the general menu.
Press for more than
2 seconds: access to the
help menu.
Selection
and
confirmation.
Displaying of the general
information/Trip computer menu.
Displaying of the
NAVIGATION function
contextual menu.
02 DISPLAY AND GENERAL MENU
> COLOUR DISPLAY
°
Telephone
Orange
Time:
Date:
This displays the following information, via the audio equipment control
pad:
- the time,
- the date,
- the exterior temperature (if there is a risk of ice, you are warned by a
message),
- the audio source displays (radio, CD, jukebox, ...),
- the telematic system displays (telephone, services, ...),
- the accesses check (doors, boot, ...),
- the warning messages (e.g.: "Fuel level low") and vehicle function
status messages (e.g.: "Auto lighting activated") displayed temporarily,
- the trip computer display,
- the GPS (Europe) satellite navigation system displays.
Display configuration: refer to the paragraph in section 09.
New
The system uses the complete and detailed NAVTEQ maps installed directly on the equipment's hard disc. There is no longer any need to insert a
map CD in the CD player. The updates of the maps of France and of the other European countries, offered by our partner NAVTEQ, will be available
from the CITROËN network.
9.4
9.5
DISPLAY AND GENERAL MENU 02
TRAFFIC INFORMATION:
TMC information, messages.
MAP: orientation, details,
display.
For cleaning the screen, the
use of a soft, non-abrasive
cloth (spectacles cloth)
is recommended with no
additional product.
AUDIO FUNCTIONS: radio,
CD, Jukebox, options.
TELEMATIC:
telephone, directory, SMS.
NAVIGATION GUIDANCE:
GPS, stages, options.
VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS:
warnings log.
CONFIGURATION: vehicle,
screen, time, languages, voice,
auxiliary socket (AUX) settings.
VIDEO: activation, settings.
02 DISPLAY AND GENERAL MENU
SHORT-CUT MENUS
Press the OK dial to access short-cut
menus according to the display on the
screen.
INTERNAL TELEPHONE:
1
1
NAVIGATION (IF NAVIGATION IS IN PROGRESS):
1
resume/stop guidance
1
divert route
1
route type
1
consult traffic info
1
zoom/scroll
1
in "zoom/scroll" mode
1
position info
1
select as destination
1
select as stage
1
store this position
1
exit MAP mode
1
guidance option
1
1
1
1
1
1
enter a frequency
dial
1
activate/deactivate RDS
phone book
1
activate/deactivate REG mode
voice mail
call list
call
phone book
private mode/hands-free mode
place call on hold/resume call
TRIP COMPUTER:
1
alert log
1
status of functions
CD (MP3 OR AUDIO):
1
1
1
1
9.6
1
BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE:
1
RADIO:
call list
copy CD to JBX/stop copy
activate/deactivate Introscan
activate/deactivate random play
activate/deactivate repeat
1
mask/display "Radio Text"
JUKEBOX:
1
1
1
1
select playlist
activate/deactivate Introscan
activate/deactivate random play
activate/deactivate repeat
USB:
1
1
1
1
1
copy USB to JBX/stop copy
eject USB
activate/deactivate Introscan
activate/deactivate random play
activate/deactivate repeat
9.7
03 GPS
SELECTING A DESTINATION
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Tip: for a detailed global view of the menus available, refer to section 10.
5
6
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION GUIDANCE function.
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the ENTER
AN ADDRESS function.
ENTER AN ADDRESS
3
4
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
DESTINATION CHOICE function.
DESTINATION CHOICE
7
8
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
When the country has been selected,
turn the dial and select the TOWN
function.
TOWN
9
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
12
13
10
Turn the dial and select the letters of
the town one by one confirming each
time by pressing the dial.
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Repeat steps 8 to 12 for the ROAD and N° functions.
14
Select OK on the ENTER AN
ADDRESS page.
PARIS
OK
To speed up the process, the POST CODE can be
entered instead of the name of the town.
Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter the letters and
digits and "*" to correct.
11
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Select the STORE function to record the address entered in a
directory record and press the dial to confirm the selection.
The points of interest (POI) indicate all of the service locations in
the vicinity (hotels, various businesses, airports, ...).
Turn the dial and select OK.
OK
9.8
15
STORE
POI
9.9
03 GPS
GUIDANCE OPTIONS
1
Press the MENU button.
2
The route presented depends directly on the guidance options.
Changing these options may completely change the route.
5
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
6
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION GUIDANCE function.
Turn the dial and select the DEFINE
CALCULATION CRITERIA function.
DEFINE CALCULATION CRITERIA
3
4
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
GUIDANCE OPTIONS function.
GUIDANCE OPTIONS
7
8
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select, for example,
the DISTANCE/TIME function.
DISTANCE/TIME
SETTING HAZARDOUS AREAS
ALERT PARAMETERS
9
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
1
2
10
Turn the dial and select the TRAFFIC
INFO function if you wish to receive
the TRAFFIC INFO announcements.
Repeat steps 1 to 5 of the guidance option.
Turn the dial and select the
SET HAZARDOUS AREAS
PARAMETERS function, then press
the dial to confirm the warning
message. Press the dial to confirm
the selection.
SET HAZARDOUS AREAS PARAMETERS
TRAFFIC INFO
3
Tick this box for optimum operation of the traffic information,
diversions will be suggested.
11
12
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
OK
9.10
Select:
- visual warnings,
- audible warnings with an
announcement duration (in
seconds),
- warn during guidance only, then
select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
OK
These functions are only available if the hazardous areas have
been downloaded and installed on the system.
The hazardous areas are, in general, fixed speed cameras, level
crossings, dangerous uphill and downhill gradients.
They may change on a regular basis.
9.11
03 GPS
GUIDANCE SPEECH SYNTHESIS
During announcements, the volume of each speech synthesis
function (guidance, traffic information...) can be adjusted directly
using the volume button.
1
2
5
6
Press the MENU button.
ADJUST SPEECH SYNTHESIS
Press the dial then adjust the volume
of the speech synthesis or select the
DEACTIVATE function and press the
dial to confirm.
DEACTIVATE
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
8
4
Select the ADJUST SPEECH
SYNTHESIS function and press the
dial to confirm.
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION GUIDANCE function.
7
3
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
GUIDANCE OPTIONS function.
GUIDANCE OPTIONS
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
OK
03 GPS
ACTIONS ON THE MAP
1
3D VIEW/MAP ORIENTATION
For improved visibility, beyond the scale of 10 km, the map
automatically switches to North Orientation.
Press the MENU button.
4
2
Turn the dial and select the MAP
function.
MAP ORIENTATION
5
3
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Repeat steps 1 to 3 then turn the dial
and select the MAP ORIENTATION
function.
6
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
orientation of your choice.
VEHICLE ORIENTATION
4
Turn the dial and select the MAP
DETAILS function.
Permits selection of the services
which can be seen on the map
(hotels, restaurants, hazardous
areas...).
MAP DETAILS
9.12
NORTH ORIENTATION
3D VIEW
7
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
OK
9.13
03 GPS
DISPLAYING THE MAP IN A WINDOW OR
IN FULL SCREEN MODE
1
2
Press the MENU button.
Turn the dial and select the
MAP function.
5
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
6
Turn the dial and select the
MAP IN WINDOW or
FULL SCREEN MAP tab.
MAP IN WINDOW
3
4
FULL SCREEN MAP
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
DISPLAY MAP function.
DISPLAY MAP
7
Select OK
and press the dial to confirm.
OK
03 GPS
List of POI
9.14
Flying club
Station
Covered parking
Airport
Dock station
Skating rink
Lay-by
Bus station
Ports
Bowling alley
Hospitals
Restaurant
Casino
Hotels
Shopping
Business park
Vehicle hire
Show/Exhibition
Sports centre
Town halls
Winter sports centre
Town centre
Historical monuments
Service station
Cinema
Tourist information
Supermarkets
Sports complexes
Theme park
Golf course
Culture/Museum
Park/Garden
Tourism
Vineyard
Park and ride
University
Garage
Car park
Night life
9.15
03 GPS
ADDING A STAGE
1
During guidance, press the MENU
button.
2
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION GUIDANCE function.
6
Select the ADD A STAGE function
(9 stages maximum) and press the
dial to confirm.
ADD A STAGE
7
Enter for example a new address.
ENTER AN ADDRESS
3
4
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
JOURNEY LEGS AND ROUTE
function.
JOURNEY LEGS AND ROUTE
5
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
8
9
When the new address has been
entered, select OK and press the dial
to confirm.
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm the order of the stages.
Select STRICT (the stage must be completed in order to continue to
the next destination) or PROXIMITY then press the dial to confirm.
04 TRAFFIC INFORMATION
ACTIVATING THE FILTER ON THE ROUTE
1
Press the MENU button.
2
Turn the dial and select the TRAFFIC
INFORMATION function.
We recommend a filter on the route and a filter around the vehicle of:
- 3 miles (5 km) or 6 miles (10 km) for a region with heavy traffic,
- 12 miles (20 km) for a region with a normal level of traffic,
- 60 miles (100 km) for long journeys (motorway).
5
6
Press the dial to confirm the
selection.
Select the GEOGRAPHIC FILTER
function and press the dial to confirm.
GEOGRAPHIC FILTER
7
3
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the filter of
your choice.
AROUND THE VEHICLE
ON THE ROUTE
4
Turn the dial and select the FILTER
TRAFFIC INFORMATION function.
8
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
FILTER TRAFFIC INFORMATION
OK
9.16
9.17
04 TRAFFIC INFORMATION
CONFIGURING THE TMC MESSAGE
ANNOUNCEMENTS
1
2
3
4
Press the MENU button.
6
Turn the dial and select the TRAFFIC
INFORMATION function.
Select the NEW MESSAGE DISPLAY
tab.
The traffic information messages
are extended to the filters selected
(geographic...) and can also be
displayed when guidance is not
active.
NEW MESSAGE DISPLAY
Turn the dial and select the
CONFIGURE MESSAGE
ANNOUNCEMENT function.
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Select the READ MESSAGES tab.
The Traffic Information Messages will
be read by the voice synthesiser.
READ MESSAGES
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
CONFIGURE MESSAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
5
We recommend that you do not tick the NEW MESSAGE DISPLAY tab for regions with heavy traffic.
7
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
OK
05 AUDIO/VIDEO
The external environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks, ...) may block reception,
including 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
RDS
SELECTING A STATION
1
2
3
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select the
RADIO.
Press the BAND button to select a
waveband: FM1, FM2, FMast, AM.
Briefly press one of the buttons to
carry out an automatic search of the
radio stations.
1
2
3
Press the MENU button.
Select AUDIO FUNCTIONS then
press OK.
Select the FM BAND
PREFERENCES function then press
OK.
FM BAND PREFERENCES
4
Press one of the buttons to carry out
a manual search of the radio stations.
4
Select ACTIVATE FREQUENCY
FOLLOWING (RDS) then press OK.
RDS appears on the display.
ACTIVATE FREQUENCY FOLLOWING (RDS)
5
9.18
Press the LIST button to display the
list of stations received locally
(60 maximum).
To update this list, press for more than
two seconds.
The RDS, if displayed, enables you to continue listening to the same
station by automatic retuning to alternative fequencies. However, in
certain conditions, coverage of an RDS station may not be assured
throughout the country as radio stations do not cover 100 % of the
territory. This explains the loss of reception of the station during a
journey.
9.19
05 AUDIO/VIDEO
MP3 CD
CD
PLAYING A CD OR AN MP3 COMPILATION
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 files on a single disc.
In order to be able to play a recorded CDR/DVDR or CDRW/
DVDRW, when recording it is preferable to select standards
ISO 9660 level 1.2 or Joliet.
If the disc is recorded in another format, it may not be played
correctly.
It is recommended that the same recording standard is always used
for an individual disc, with as low a speed as possible (4x maximum)
for optimum sound quality.
In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Joliet standard is
recommended.
The audio equipment will only play audio files with the extension
".mp3" with a sampling rate of 22.05 KHz or 44.1 KHz. No other type
of file (.wma, .mp4, .m3u...) can be played.
It is advisable to restrict file names to 20 characters without using
special characters (e.g.: " ? ; ù) to avoid any playing or displaying
problems.
Insert circular compact discs only. Some anti-pirating
systems, on original discs or CDs copied using
a personal recorder, may generate malfunctions
regardless of the quality of the original player.
Insert an audio CD or an MP3 compilation in the player,
play begins automatically.
1
If the player already contains a disc,
press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select CD to
listen to it.
2
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
Press the LIST button to display
the list of tracks on the CD or of the
directories of the MP3 compilation.
The playing and displaying of an MP3 compilation may depend on
the recording programme and/or the parameter settings used. We
recommend use of the ISO 9660 recording standard.
JUKEBOX
COPYING A CD ONTO THE HARD DISK
1
2
Insert an audio CD or an MP3
compilation and press the MENU
button.
Select AUDIO FUNCTIONS then select
CD and press the dial to confirm.
The AUTO CREATION tab automatically copies the CD by default
into an album of the type "album n°...".
6
Select the letters one by one and select
OK to confirm.
OK
CD
3
Select COPY CD TO JUKEBOX and
press the dial to confirm.
COPY CD TO JUKEBOX
4
Select COMPLETE CD to copy
the entire CD and press the dial to
confirm.
COMPLETE CD
5
To stop the copy, repeat points 2 and
3. Select STOP COPY and press the
dial to confirm.
STOP COPY
9.20
The audio or MP3 CD is copied onto the hard disk. Copying may take
up to 20 minutes depending on the duration of the CD. During this
copying phase, it is not possible to listen to the albums previously
recorded on the hard disk or the CDs.
If it is not an MP3 CD, the Jukebox automatically compresses
the CD in MP3 format. The compression may take approximately
20 minutes depending on the duration of the CD. During this
compression phase, it is possible to listen to the CD or to albums
previously recorded on the hard disk.
A long press on the SOURCE button starts the copying of the CD.
It is not possible to copy files from the Jukebox to a CD.
The STOP THE CD COPY action does not delete the files which
have already been transferred onto the jukebox hard disk.
9.21
JUKEBOX
JUKEBOX
PLAYING AN MP3 USB STICK
1
Insert a USB stick in the space provided.
2
If another source is being played,
press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select USB
to play it.
3
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the USB stick.
Press the LIST button to display the list
of folders on the MP3 USB stick.
COPYING AN MP3 USB STICK ONTO THE HARD DISK
1
2
Select AUDIO FUNCTIONS and press
the dial to confirm.
3
Select USB and press the dial to
confirm.
USB
4
To eject the USB stick, use the short-cut menu (press OK) or press
the MENU button, select AUDIO FUNCTIONS, USB, then select
EJECT USB.
The playing and displaying of an MP3 compilation may depend on
the parameters programme used.
Insert a USB stick in the space provided
and press the MENU button.
Select COPY USB TO JUKEBOX and
press the dial to confirm.
COPY USB TO JUKEBOX
5
Select COMPLETE DISC to copy the
entire USB stick and press the dial to
confirm.
COMPLETE DISC
JUKEBOX
RENAMING AN ALBUM
1
5
Select the album to be renamed and
press the dial to confirm.
Press the MENU button.
2
Select AUDIO FUNCTIONS and
press the dial to confirm.
6
Select the RENAME tab and press
the dial to confirm.
RENAME
3
Select the JUKEBOX function and
press the dial to confirm.
JUKEBOX
4
Select the JUKEBOX MANAGEMENT
function and press the dial to confirm.
JUKEBOX MANAGEMENT
9.22
7
Turn the dial and select the letters of
the album title one by one confirming
each time by pressing the dial.
Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter the letters of the album title
one by one.
9.23
JUKEBOX
LISTENING TO THE JUKEBOX
8
1
Select OK and press the dial to
confirm.
OK
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select the
JUKEBOX function.
JUKEBOX
2
To rename the tracks of an album, follow the same procedure,
selecting the tracks to be renamed.
Use the ESC button to exit from the list of tracks.
Press the LIST button.
3
Turn the dial to select the files.
Select the DELETE function to delete an album or a
track from the Jukebox.
DELETE
Press the ESC button to return to the first file level.
CD CHANGER
USING THE AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX)
PLAYING A CD
1
JACK/RCA AUDIO CABLE NOT SUPPLIED
Insert the CDs in a multi-slot changer
(not MP3 compatible) one by one.
On a single slot changer (MP3
compatible), press LOAD, select the
number of the CD, then insert the CD,
or press and hold LOAD and insert
the CDs one by one.
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select CD
CHANGER.
Press the MENU button then select the CONFIGURATION function,
then SOUNDS, then ACTIVATE AUXILIARY SOURCE to activate
the audio equipment auxiliary input.
1
Connect the portable equipment (MP3 player…) to the JACK socket
or to the audio sockets (white and red, RCA type) located in the glove
box using a suitable cable.
CD CHANGER
2
3
Press one of the buttons on the
alphanumeric keypad to select the
corresponding CD.
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
It is not possible to copy the files onto the hard disc from the
CD changer.
9.24
2
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select AUX.
The displaying and management of the commands takes place via
the portable equipment.
It is not possible to copy the files onto the hard disc from the auxiliary
input.
9.25
VIDEO MENU
1
After connecting the video equipment,
press the MENU button.
2
Turn the dial and select the VIDEO
function.
You can connect video equipment (camcorder, digital camera, DVD player...) to the three audio/video
sockets, located in the glove box.
6
Turn the dial and select the VIDEO
PARAMETERS function to set the
display format, the brightness, the
contrast and the colours.
VIDEO PARAMETERS
3
4
7
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the
ACTIVATE VIDEO MODE function to
activate/deactivate the video.
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Pressing the "DARK" button disconnects display of the video.
ACTIVATE VIDEO MODE
Pressing the "SOURCE" button several times in succession permits
the selection of an audio source other than that of the video.
5
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Videos can only be displayed when stationary.
06 MAKING TELEPHONE CALLS
INSTALLING YOUR SIM CARD
ENTERING THE PIN CODE
(NOT SUPPLIED)
1
1
Enter the PIN code on the keypad.
Access the slot by pressing the button
using the tip of a pen.
PIN CODE
2
2
Install the SIM card
in the holder and
then insert it in the
slot.
3
To remove the SIM card, repeat step 1.
Your SIM card must be installed and removed with the NaviDrive
audio and telematics system switched off and the ignition off.
9.26
Confirm the PIN code by pressing
button #.
When entering your PIN code, tick the STORE PIN tab to gain
access to the telephone without having to enter this code when it is
used subsequently.
9.27
06 BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH
TELEPHONE
The services offered by the telephone depend on the network, the SIM card and the compatibility of
the Bluetooth equipment used. Refer to your telephone's manual and your operator to check which
services you have access to. A list of mobile telephones which offer the best range of services is
available from dealers.
3
Select BLUETOOTH ACTIVATION
MODE, then ACTIVATED AND
VISIBLE. Press the dial to confirm
each operation.
For reasons of safety, the driver should only carry out operations
which require prolonged attention when the vehicle is stationary
(pairing the Bluetooth mobile telephone to the hands-free kit).
1
Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function.
The last telephone connected is reconnected
automatically.
To find and change the name of the CITROËN audio/telephone,
repeat step 2 then select CHANGE AUDIO/TELEPHONE NAME.
4
2
Press the MENU button, select
TELEMATICS, then BLUETOOTH
FUNCTIONS. Press the dial to
confirm each operation.
On your telephone, select the name
of the CITROËN audio/telephone.
Enter the authentication code
(0000 by default).
06 BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
CONNECTING A BLUETOOTH
TELEPHONE
9.28
To change the authentication code, repeat step 2 then select
AUTHENTICATION CODE and save the code of your choice.
Once the telephone has been connected, the system can
synchronise the address book and the call list. Repeat step 2 then
select PHONE BOOK SYNCHRONISATION MODE. Select the
synchronisation of your choice and press the dial to confirm.
The synchronisation may take a few minutes.
To change the telephone connected, repeat step 2 then select LIST
OF MATCHED TELEPHONES and press OK to confirm. The list of
previously connected telephones (10 maximum) appears. Select the
telephone of your choice, confirm, then select CONNECT and press
the dial to confirm.
The call list consists of calls made from the vehicle's audiotelephone
only.
CALLING A CONTACT
1
Press the PICK UP button to display
the telephone short-cut menu.
Select CALL LIST or PHONE BOOK and press OK. Select the
number required and confirm to make the call.
2
4
To select the telephone used, press MENU, then select TELEMATICS, then BLUETOOTH
FUNCTIONS, then BLUETOOTH ACTIVATION MODE. Then select:
- DEACTIVATED: to use the internal telephone,
- ACTIVATED AND VISIBLE: to use the bluetooth telephone, visible to all telephones,
- ACTIVATED AND NOT VISIBLE: to use the bluetooth telephone, not visible to other telephones,
it is not possible to match a new telephone.
5
Press the PICK UP button to call the
number dialled.
6
Press the HANG UP button to end
the call.
ACCEPTING OR REFUSING A CALL
Turn the dial and select the DIAL
function.
DIAL
3
9.29
06 MAKING TELEPHONE CALLS
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Dial the telephone number of your
contact using the alphanumeric
keypad.
Press the PICK UP button to accept
a call.
Press the HANG UP button to refuse
a call.
Press the end of the steering wheel stalk for more
than 2 seconds to access the telephone menu:
calls log, directory, voice mailbox.
EMERGENCY CALL
In an emergency, press the SOS
button until an audible signal is
heard and a CONFIRMATION/
CANCELLATION screen is
displayed (if valid SIM card
inserted).
A call is made to the emergency
services (999).
In certain countries*, this
emergency call is made directly by
the CITROËN Emergency team
which locates the vehicle and alerts
the appropriate emergency services
as quickly as possible.
CONSULTING THE SERVICES
Press this button to gain access to
the CITROËN services*.
Select "Customer call" to request
any information about the CITROËN
marque.
CUSTOMER CALL
If necessary, the internal telephone is activated automatically to
make an emergency call.
Select "CITROËN Assistance" to
make a breakdown assistance call.
* On condition that the CITROËN Emergency contract has been signed.
This is free and of unlimited duration. Consult a CITROËN dealer.
When the CITROËN Emergency contract has been signed, it
is recommended that an initial call is made to the CITROËN
Emergency team.
9.30
CITROËN ASSISTANCE
* These services and options are subject to conditions and availability.
9.31
07 TRIP COMPUTER
VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS
1
CONTROL SHORT-CUTS
Press the MAIN button or press
the MODE button several times in
succession until the trip computer is
displayed.
- The "vehicle" tab: The range,
the current consumption and
the distance remaining to the
destination.
- Tab "1" (route 1) with: The average
speed, the average consumption
and the distance travelled
calculated over route "1".
- Tab "2" (route 2) with the same
functions for a second route.
On-board computer
Range
9
3
6
VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS
1
2
2
2
WARNINGS LOG
Instantaneous info.
12
860
km
l/100
km
Zero reset
When the required route is displayed, press the control for more
than two seconds.
STATUS OF FUNCTIONS
TYRE UNDER-INFLATION DETECTOR ZERO RESET
Each press of the button permits displaying of the different trip
computer data in succession, depending on the display.
07 TRIP COMPUTER
A FEW DEFINITIONS
RANGE: displays the distance which can be travelled with the remaining
fuel detected in the tank, based on the average consumption over the last
few miles (kilometres).
On-board computer
Route
12
Distance
9
3
6
740
km
6.5
l/100
31
km/h
THIS DISPLAYED VALUE MAY VARY SIGNIFICANTLY FOLLOWING A CHANGE
IN THE VEHICLE SPEED OR THE RELIEF OF THE ROUTE.
When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), dashes are displayed. After
filling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range is recalculated and is displayed
as soon as it exceeds 60 miles (100 km).
If, whilst driving, dashes are displayed continuously in place of digits,
contact a CITROËN dealer.
CURRENT FUEL CONSUMPTION: only calculated and displayed above
20 mph (30 km/h).
With tab "1" (route 1):
● the average speed, the average consumption and the
distance travelled calculated over trip "1".
Tab "2" (trip 2) with the same functions for a second
route.
AVERAGE FUEL CONSUMPTION: this is the average fuel consumption since
the last trip recorder zero reset.
DISTANCE TRAVELLED: calculated since the last trip computer zero reset.
DISTANCE REMAINING TO THE DESTINATION: calculated with reference
to the final destination entered by the user. If guidance is activated, the
navigation system calculates it as a current value.
AVERAGE SPEED: this is the average speed calculated since the last trip
computer zero reset (ignition on).
9.32
9.33
08 CONTROL SHORT-CUTS
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
RADIO: selection of the previous stored station.
MP3/USB/JUKEBOX: selection of the previous
directory.
CD CHANGER: selection of the previous CD.
Selection of the previous item on a menu.
RADIO: automatic search for a higher frequency.
CD/MP3/USB/JUKEBOX/CD CHANGER:
selection of the next track.
CD/USB/CD CHANGER: continuous press: fast
forwards play.
Volume increase.
- Change of sound source.
- Confirmation of a selection.
- Pick up/Hang up the
telephone.
- Press for more than 2 seconds:
access to the telephone menu.
RADIO: selection of the next stored station.
MP3/USB/JUKEBOX: selection of the next
directory.
CD CHANGER: selection of the next CD.
Selection of the next item on a menu.
Volume decrease.
RADIO: automatic search for a lower frequency.
CD/MP3/USB/JUKEBOX/CD CHANGER:
selection of the previous track.
CD/USB/CD CHANGER: continuous press: fast
backwards play.
Mute: by pressing
the volume increase
and decrease buttons
simultaneously.
The sound is restored by
pressing one of the two
volume buttons.
VOICE COMMANDS
DISPLAYING THE LIST AND USING THEM
LEVEL 1
LEVEL 2
LEVEL 3
radio
memory
autostore
previous/next
list
1 to 6/*
cd player
Jukebox (if activated)
USB
previous/next track
track number/track
scan
random play
1 to 250/*
previous/next
repeat
help/what can I say/cancel
directory (CD-MP3 inserted)
list
1
changer
previous/next track
track number/track
scan
repeat
random play
previous/next disc
disc number
list
call/guide to
"Pre-recorded description"
telephone
last number
voice box
voice mail
directory
"Pre-recorded description"
message
display
read
directory
"Pre-recorded description"
navigation
stop/resume
zoom in/out
view
*
destination
vehicle
traffic info
display
read
display
audio
telephone
trip computer
Navigation
air conditioning
previous/next
stop
delete
yes/no
for all level 1 and 2
* help/what can I say/cancel
for all level 1, 2 or *
To display the list of available voice commands, press
the end of the lights stalk to start the voice recognition,
then say HELP or WHAT CAN I SAY.
For the same operation, press and
hold the MENU button and select the
function VOICE COMMANDS LIST.
VOICE COMMANDS LIST
2
Press the end of the lights stalk to start the voice
recognition.
Say the words one by one and wait for the audible
confirmation signal between each word.
The list which follows is exhaustive.
9.34
1 to 20/*
1 to 5/6/*
9.35
09 CONFIGURATION
ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME
1
Press the MENU button.
The CONFIGURATION function gives access to the colour, brightness and units settings and to voice
commands.
6
Turn the dial and select the ADJUST
THE DATE AND TIME function.
2
3
4
Turn the dial and select the
CONFIGURATION function.
7
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION function.
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
5
ADJUST THE DATE AND TIME
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
8
Adjust the settings one by one
confirming by pressing the dial. Next
select the OK tab on the screen then
confirm.
OK
10 SCREEN MENU MAP
1
2
MAIN FUNCTION
CHOICE A
choice A1
3 choice A2
2 CHOICE B...
3
NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE
1
3
4
country:
4
4
town:
4
road:
4
Archive
POI
4
previous destinations
order/delete journey legs
3
3 divert route
curr. loc
4
enter an address
4 directory
N°/_ :
4
4
add a stage
3
enter an address
chosen destination
3
2
3
activate/deactivate road names
3
delete last destinations
STOP/RESUME GUIDANCE
JOURNEY LEGS AND ROUTE
2
SELECT DESTINATION
2
set speech synthesis
2
previous destinations
3
3
GUIDANCE OPTIONS
3 define calculation criteria
5
near
4
fastest
5
on the route
4
shortest
5
around current place
MAP ORIENTATION
2
3
vehicle direction
3
north direction
3
3D view
MAP DETAILS
2
administration and safety
3
4
4
4
3
town halls, town centre
universities, colleges
hospitals
hotels, restaurants and shops
4
hotels
search by name
5
4 with tolls
4
restaurants
3
GPS coordinates
4
with ferry
4
vineyards
3
directory
4
traffic info
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4
distance/time
MAP
1
4
business centres
4
culture, tourism and shows
3
4
2
MOVE THE MAP/FOLLOW VEHICLE
3
read messages
2
MAP DATABASE DESCRIPTION
3
new message display
culture and museums
2
casinos and nightlife
4
4
4
cinemas and theatres
tourism
shows and exhibitions
4
sports and open air centres
3
4
sports centres
4
golf courses
4
skating rinks, bowling alleys
4
winter sports resorts
4
parks, gardens
4
theme parks
2
READ MESSAGES
2
FILTER TRAFFIC INFORMATION
3
geographic filter
3
store all messages
3
store messages
4
4
3
4
4
transport and automobile
3
4
airports, ports
4
stations, bus stations
4
vehicle rental
4
lay-bys, car parks
4
service stations, garages
2
TRAFFIC INFORMATION
1
4
4
3
full screen map
3
map in window
4
2
3
manual TMC
3
list of TMC stations
AUDIO FUNCTIONS
1
2
RADIO FAVOURITES
3
activate/deactivate RDS mode
road information
3
activate/deactivate regional mode
traffic information
3
display/hide radio text
on the route
road closure
size limit
weather and visibility
parking
4 public transport
DISPLAY MAP
automatic TMC
enter a frequency
urban/city information
3
3
3
around the vehicle
road condition
4
4
SELECT TMC STATION
demonstrations
CONFIGURE MESSAGE ANNOUNCEMENT
2
CD, USB, JUKEBOX FAVOURITES
3
activate/deactivate Introscan (SCN)
3
activate/deactivate Random mode (RDM)
3
activate/deactivate Repeat (RPT)
3
activate/deactivate display of CD info
2
CD
copy CD to Jukebox
3
4
4
copy complete CD
multiple selection
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supermarkets, shopping
4
current album
4
current track
eject CD
3
2
USB
copy USB to Jukebox
3
4
call list
3
dial
3
3
3
3
complete disc
4
current album
4
4
current track
eject USB
3
JUKEBOX
2
jukebox management
4
3
jukebox configuration
4
high (192 kbps)
normal (128 kbps)
playlist management
3
5
send one record to SIM
services
5
receive all SIM files
5
receive a SIM file
customer contact centre
CITROËN assistance
CITROËN service
messages received
consult or modify a file
add a file
delete a file
4
hi-fi (320 kbps)
4
4
send all records to SIM
managing directory files
3
4
5
DIRECTORY
3
4 exchange with Bluetooth
2
4
name directory
3
Jukebox status
4
select starting directory
CALL
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write a text message
3
delete list of text messages
3
2
TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS
network
3
exchange by infrared
4
5
send all records
5 send one record
network search mode
4
5
5
4
automatic mode
manual mode
networks available
length of calls
3
3 file transfer
2
send a text message
3
4 select a directory
delete jukebox data
TELEMATICS
read received text messages
configure directory
3
1
TEXT MESSAGES (SMS)
3
delete all files
4
3
exchange with SIM card
4
mailbox
4
2
receive by infrared
directory
4
multiple selection
4
4
5
4
reset
manage PIN code
3
4
4
activate/deactivate
save PIN code
call options
3
4
configure calls
4
4
display my number
5
4
automatic reply after x ring(s)
5
phone book synchronisation mode
3
4
no synchronisation
4
4
view all phone books
4
text message ring
calls diversion to mailbox n°
3
delete calls log
CONFIGURATION
1
4
4
4
3
3
3
activation mode
3
deactivated
2
2
choose colour
adjust luminosity
select female/male voice
activate/deactivate auxiliary source
set date and time
select units
SOUND
activated and not visible
list of matched peripheral equipment
3
change the name of the audio/telephone
authentication code
* The parameters vary according to vehicle.
Display short cuts version 8.2
DEFINE VEHICLE PARAMETERS*
VIDEO
1
activated and visible
3
3
other message volume
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
2
BLUETOOTH FUNCTIONS
3
guidance instructions volume
SELECT LANGUAGE
2
3
2
speech synthesis setting
3
for text messages (SMS)
6
3
view SIM card phone book
for voice calls
5
5
voice commands setting
view telephone phone book
ring options
4
3
2
ACTIVATE VIDEO MODE
2
VIDEO PARAMETERS
3
display formats
3
adjust luminosity
3
set colours
3
set contrasts
VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS
1
2
ALERT LOG
2
STATUS OF FUNCTIONS*
2
RESET TYRE PRESS. DETEC. SYS.*
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modify PIN code
4
Press the MENU button for more
than 2 seconds to access the
following flow chart.
1
VOICE COMMANDS LIST
1
AUDIO/TELEPHONE DIAGNOSTICS
2
GPS COVERAGE
2
UNIT BACKUP POWER
2
UNIT DESCRIPTION
1
NAVIGATION DEMONSTRATION
1
SERVICES CONFIGURATION
Press the Music button several
times in succession to access the
following settings.
MUSICAL AMBIENCE
BASS
TREBLE
LOUDNESS CORRECTION
FR - RR BALANCE
LH - RH BALANCE
AUTO VOLUME CORRECTION
Each audio source (Radio, CD, MP3,
Jukebox, CD changer) has its own
separate settings.
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your Audio system and your NaviDrive.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
SOLUTION
There is a difference in
sound quality between
the different audio
sources (radio, CD,
CD changer...).
For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, Treble,
Ambience, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound sources,
which may result in audible differences when changing source (radio, CD,
CD changer...).
Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass,
Treble, Ambience, Loudness) are adapted to
the sources listened to. It is advisable to set
the AUDIO functions (Bass, Treble, Front-Rear
Balance, Left-Right Balance) to the middle
position, select the musical ambience "None"
and set the loudness correction to the "Active"
position in CD mode or to the "Inactive" position
in radio mode.
The CD is ejected
automatically or is not
played by the player.
The CD is inserted upside down, is unplayable, does not contain any audio
data or contains an audio format which the player cannot play.
- Check that the CD is inserted in the player the
right way up.
- Check the condition of the CD: the CD cannot
be played if it is too damaged.
- Check the content in the case of a recorded
CD: consult the advice in the "Audio" section.
- The audio equipment's CD player does not play
DVDs.
- Due to inadequate quality, certain recorded
CDs will not be played by the audio system.
- The CD changer does not play MP3 CDs.
The CD player sound
is poor.
The CD used is scratched or of poor quality.
Insert good quality CDs and store them in
suitable conditions.
The audio equipment settings (bass, treble, ambiences) are unsuitable.
Set the treble or bass level to 0, without selecting
an ambience.
The CD is protected by an anti-pirating protection system which is not
recognised by the audio equipment.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
SOLUTION
The stored stations do
not function (no sound,
87.5 Mhz is displayed...)
An incorrect waveband is selected.
Press the BAND AST button to return to the
waveband (AM, FM1, FM2, FMAST) on which the
stations are stored.
The traffic announcement
(TA) is displayed. I do
not receive any traffic
information.
The radio station is not part of the regional traffic information network.
Tune to a radio station which broadcasts traffic
information.
The quality of reception
of the radio station
listened to gradually
deteriorates or the
stored stations do
not function (no
sound, 87.5 Mhz is
displayed...).
The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station listened to or
there is no transmitter in the geographical area through which the vehicle
is travelling.
Activate the RDS function to enable the system
to check whether there is a more powerful
transmitter in the geographical area.
The environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks...) block
reception, including in RDS mode.
This phenomenon is normal and does not
indicate a failure of the audio equipment.
The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for example when going
through a car wash or into an underground car park).
Have the aerial checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Sound cut-outs of 1
to 2 seconds in radio
mode.
During this brief sound cut-out, the RDS searches for any frequency
permitting better reception of the station.
Deactivate the RDS function if the phenomenon
is too frequent and always on the same route.
With the engine off,
the audio equipment
switches off after a few
minutes of use.
When the engine is switched off, the audio equipment operating time
depends on the battery charge.
The switch-off is normal: the audio equipment switches to economy mode
and switches off to prevent discharging of the vehicle's battery.
Start the vehicle's engine to increase the battery
charge.
The message "the audio
system is overheated"
appears on the display.
In order to protect the installation if the surrounding temperature is too
high, the audio equipment switches to an automatic thermal protection
mode leading to a reduction of the volume or stopping of the playing of the
CD.
Switch the audio system off for a few minutes to
allow the system to cool.
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QUESTION
RESPONSE
9.85
The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your NaviDrive.
SOLUTION
The TRAFFIC INFO
box is ticked. However,
certain traffic jams
along the route are not
indicated in real time.
On starting, it is several minutes before the system begins to receive the
traffic information.
Wait until the traffic information is being received
correctly (displaying of the traffic information
symbols on the map).
In certain countries, only major routes (motorways, ...) are listed for the
traffic information.
This phenomenon is normal. The system is
dependent on the traffic information available.
The time taken to
calculate a route
sometimes seems
longer than usual.
The performance of the system may slow down temporarily if a CD is
being copied onto the Jukebox at the same time as a route is being
calculated.
Wait until the CD has been copied or stop the
copying before starting the guidance function.
Does the emergency call
function work without a
SIM card?
No, European regulations impose the presence of a SIM card in order to
make an emergency call.
Insert a valid SIM card in the slot on the
NaviDrive.
My SIM card is not
recognised.
The NaviDrive accepts 3.3 V SIM cards, the old 5 V and 1.8 V SIM cards
are not recognised.
Contact your telephone operator.
After changing a wheel,
the system loses its
location.
The NaviDrive uses the wheel rotation information to improve the GPS
locating function. If a wheel is changed or deflates suddenly, the system
recalculates the location. For approximately ten minutes, this recalculation
may affect the quality of the locating function.
Wait until the system has completed its
recalculation.
The location on the map is incorrect or
inaccurate.
The altitude is not
displayed.
On starting, the initialisation of the GPS may take up to 3 minutes to
receive more than 4 satellites correctly.
Wait until the system has started up completely.
Check that there is a GPS coverage of at least
4 satellites (long press on the MENU button, then
select AUDIO/TELEPHONE DIAGNOSTICS, then
GPS COVERAGE).
Depending on the geographical environment (tunnel, ...) or the weather,
the conditions of reception of the GPS signal may vary.
This phenomenon is normal. The system is
dependent on the conditions of reception of the
GPS signal.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
The route calculation is
not successful.
The exclusion criteria may conflict with the current location (exclusion of
toll roads on a toll motorway).
SOLUTION
Check the exclusion criteria.
The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your MyWay.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
SOLUTION
There is a long waiting
time after inserting a CD
or SD card.
When a new medium is inserted, the system reads a certain amount of
data (directory, title, artist, etc.). This may take a few seconds.
This phenomenon is normal.
I cannot connect my
Bluetooth telephone.
The telephone's Bluetooth function may be deactivated or the equipment
may not be visible.
- Check that your telephone's Bluetooth function
is activated.
- Check that your telephone is visible.
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MULTIMEDIA AUDIO EQUIPMENT/BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
GPS EUROPE BY SD CARD
CONTENTS
The MyWay is protected in such a way that it will only
operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another
vehicle, contact a CITROËN dealer for configuration of
the system.
For safety reasons, it is imperative that the driver carries
out operations which require prolonged attention while
the vehicle is stationary.
When the engine is switched off and to prevent
discharging of the battery, the MyWay switches off
following the activation of the Energy Economy mode.
This MyWay equipment will become available DURING
THE COURSE OF THE YEAR.
● 01 First steps
● 02 General operation
● 03 Navigation - Guidance
● 04 Traffic information
● 05 Radio
● 06 Music media players
● 07 Bluetooth telephone
● 08 Configuration
● 09 Trip computer
● 10 Control short-cuts
● 11 Display flow charts
● Frequently asked questions
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9.41
MyWay
01 FIRST STEPS
MyWay CONTROL PANEL
1
11
3
4
5
6
2
13
7
8
14
1.
On/Off.
CD/SD card pause, mute for the radio.
Long press: reinitialisation of the system.
2.
Volume adjustment.
3.
Access to the RADIO menu. Displaying of the list of stations.
4.
Access to the MUSIC menu. Displaying of the tracks.
3 - 4 Long press: access to the settings: front/rear and left/right
balance, bass/treble, equalizer, loudness, automatic volume
adjustment, initialise the settings.
5.
Access to the SETUP menu.
Long press: access to the GPS coverage and the
demonstration mode.
6.
Access to the PHONE menu. Displaying of the call list.
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10
16
12
15
7.
Access to the MODE menu.
Selection of the successive displaying of: Radio, Map, NAV
(if navigation is in progress), Telephone (if a conversation is in
progress), Trip Computer.
Long press: displaying of a black screen (DARK).
8.
Access to the NAVIGATION menu. Displaying of the last
destinations.
9.
Access to the TRAFFIC menu. Displaying of the current traffic
alerts.
10. ESC: abandon the operation in progress.
11.
CD eject.
12. Selection of the previous/next radio station from the list.
Selection of the previous/next CD.
Selection of the previous/next MP3 directory.
Selection of the previous/next page of a list.
13. Selection of the previous/next radio station.
Selection of the previous/next CD or MP3 track.
Selection of the previous/next line of a list.
14. Buttons 1 to 6:
Selection of the stored radio station.
Selection of the CD in the CD changer.
Long press: storing of the current radio station.
15. SD card reader.
16. Dial for selection from the display on the screen and
according to the context of the menu.
Short press: confirmation.
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FIRST STEPS 01
ADDITIONAL CONTROL
There is no long press on the
buttons of the additional control
(with the exception of the NAV
button and the central dial).
Opening of the RADIO or
MUSIC menu depending on
the source currently in use.
On the menus and lists, a long
press on certain functions
permits access to additional
menus.
For example: a long press on a
navigation destination permits
saving of this destination to the
address book.
Selection
and
When not in communication: displaying of
the Telephone menu, make a call from the
telephone number selected.
Pick up (incoming call).
Hang up (call in progress).
This symbol present on the
pages of this handbook
specifies that the control panel
button is also available via the
additional control.
confirmation.
Opening of the Trip Computer menu.
02 GENERAL OPERATION
Press the MODE button several times in succession for access to the following menus:
RADIO/MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS
FULL SCREEN MAP
TELEPHONE
(If a conversation is in progress)
NAVIGATION
(If guidance is in progress)
TRIP COMPUTER
SETUP:
system language, date and time, display,
vehicle settings, unit and system settings,
"Demo mode".
For cleaning the screen, the use of a soft, non-abrasive cloth
(spectacles cloth) is recommended, with no additional product.
9.44
TRAFFIC:
TMC information and messages.
For a detailed global view of the menus available, refer to section 10.
9.45
GENERAL OPERATION 02
DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT
TRIP COMPUTER:
A press on the OK dial gives access to
short-cut menus according to the display
on the screen.
1
Alert log
1
Status of functions
RADIO:
TELEPHONE:
NAVIGATION (IF GUIDANCE IS IN PROGRESS):
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
Traffic info (TA)
2
RDS
1
End call
2
Radiotext
Abort guidance
1
Hold call
2
Regional prog.
Repeat advice
1
Dial
2
AM
Block road
1
DTMF-Tones
Route info
1
Private mode
2
TA
Show destination
1
Micro off
2
Refresh AM list
2
FM
Trip info
1
Avoid
3
1
Satellites
2
Zoom/Scroll
2
1
Voice advice
1
Route options
2
2
2
1
In AM mode
1
MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS:
Route type
3
3
In FM mode
1
Traffic info (TA)
FULL SCREEN MAP:
Play options
1
Abort guidance/Resume guidance
normal order
1
Set destination
random track
1
POIs nearby
repeat folder
1
Position info
scan
1
MAP settings
Select music
1
Zoom/Scroll
03 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE
SELECTING A DESTINATION
1
Insert the SD card in the front panel reader and leave it there to use the Navigation functions.
The navigation SD card data must not be modified.
Map data updates are available from CITROËN dealers.
4
Press the NAV button.
Select the "Address input" function
and press the dial to confirm.
ADDRESS INPUT
5
The list of the last 20 destinations appears under the "Navigation"
Menu function.
2
Press the NAV button again or select
the "Navigation" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
6
Once the country has been selected,
turn the dial and select the town
function. Press the dial to confirm.
Select the letters of the town one by
one confirming each time by pressing
the dial.
"NAVIGATION" MENU
3
Select the "Destination input" function
and press the dial to confirm.
DESTINATION INPUT
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A pre-set list (by entering the first few letters) of the towns in the
country selected can be accessed via the LIST button on the virtual
keypad.
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To clear a destination; from steps 1 to 3, select "Choose from last destinations".
A long press on one of the destinations displays a list of actions from which you can select:
Delete entry
Delete list
7
9
Turn the dial and select OK.
Press the dial to confirm.
During guidance, pressing the end
of the lighting stalk repeats the last
guidance instruction.
Then select "Start route guidance"
and the press the dial to confirm.
START ROUTE GUIDANCE
To speed up the process, the post code can be entered directly after
selecting the "Postal code" function.
Use the virtual keypad to enter the letters and digits.
10
Select the route type:
"Fast route", "Short route" or
"Optimized route" and press the dial
to confirm.
8
Repeat steps 5 to 7 for the "Street"
and "House number" functions.
It is also possible to select a destination via "Choose from address
book" or "Choose from last destinations".
CHOOSE FROM ADDRESS BOOK
Select the "Save to address book" function to record the address
entered in a directory file. Press the dial to confirm the selection.
MyWay allows up to 4 000 contact files to be recorded.
CHOOSE FROM LAST DESTINATIONS
You can zoom in/zoom out on the map using the dial.
It is possible to scroll the map or select its orientation via the shortcut menu of the FULL SCREEN MAP. Press the dial then select
"Map settings".
03 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE
ROUTE OPTIONS
1
The route selected by the MyWay audio/telephone depends directly on the route options.
Changing these options may change the route completely.
5
Press the NAV button.
2
ROUTE DYNAMICS
Press the NAV button again or select
the "Navigation" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
6
"NAVIGATION" MENU
3
Select the "Route options" function
and press the dial to confirm.
ROUTE OPTIONS
4
Select the "Route type" function and
press the dial to confirm. This function
allows you to change the route type.
ROUTE TYPE
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Select the "Route dynamics" function.
This function gives access to the
"Traffic independent" or "Semidynamic" options.
Select the "Avoidance criteria"
function. This function provides
access to the AVOID options
(motorways, toll roads, ferries).
AVOIDANCE CRITERIA
7
Turn the dial and select the
"Recalculate" function to take into
account the route options selected.
Press the dial to confirm.
RECALCULATE
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ADDING A STOPOVER
1
Stopovers can be added to the route once the destination has been selected.
5
Enter a new address, for example.
Press the NAV button.
ADDRESS INPUT
2
Press the NAV button again or select
the "Navigation" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
6
Once the new address has been
entered, select OK and press the dial
to confirm.
OK
"NAVIGATION" MENU
3
Select the "Stopovers" function and
press the dial to confirm.
STOPOVERS
4
Select the "Add stopover" function
(5 stopovers maximum) and press
the dial to confirm.
ADD STOPOVER
7
Select "Recalculate" and press the
dial to confirm.
RECALCULATE
The stopover must be completed or deleted in order for the guidance
to continue to the next destination. Otherwise, the MyWay will always
return you to the previous stopover.
03 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE
SEARCHING FOR POINTS OF INTEREST
1
The points of interest (POIs) indicate all of the service locations in the vicinity (hotels, various
businesses, airports...).
6
Press the NAV button.
2
POI IN CITY
Press the NAV button again or select
the "Navigation" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
A list of cities present in the country selected can be accessed via
the LIST button on the virtual keypad.
"NAVIGATION" MENU
3
Select the "POI search" function and
press the dial to confirm.
POI SEARCH
4
Select the "POI in city" function to
search for POIs in the city required.
Select the country then enter the
name of the city using the virtual
keypad.
7
Select the "POI nearby" function to
search for POIs around the vehicle.
Select the "POI in country" function
to search for POIs in the country
required.
POI IN COUNTRY
POI NEARBY
5
Select the "POI near destination"
function to search for POIs near the
point of arrival of the route.
POI NEAR DESTINATION
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8
Select the "POI near route" function to
search for POIs near the route.
POI NEAR ROUTE
List of POIs
This icon appears when several POIs
are grouped together in the same area.
Zooming in on this icon shows details
of the POIs.
Service station
Airport
Cinema
LPG station
Railway station
Camp site
Garage
Bus station
Theme parks
CITROËN
Port
Hospital
Motor racing circuit
Industrial estate
Pharmacy
Covered car park
Supermarket
Police station
Car park
Bank
School
Rest area
Vending machine
Post office
Hotel
Tennis court
Museum
Restaurant
Swimming pool
Tourist information
Refreshment area
Golf course
Automatic speed camera*
Picnic area
Winter sports resort
Red light camera*
Cafeteria
Theatre
Hazardous location*
* According to availability in the country.
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03 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE
03 NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE
NAVIGATION SETTINGS
1
Contact a CITROËN dealer for details of the procedure for obtaining the HAZARDOUS LOCATION POIs.
Updating of the HAZARDOUS LOCATION POIs requires an SDHC (High Capacity) compatible reader.
4
Press the NAV button.
Select the "Navi volume" function and
turn the dial to set the volume of each
voice synthesiser (traffic information,
alert messages…).
NAVI VOLUME
2
Press the NAV button again or select
the "Navigation" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
5
"NAVIGATION" MENU
3
POI CATEGORIES ON MAP
6
Select the "Settings" function and
press the dial to confirm.
Select the "POI categories on Map"
function to select the POIs to be
displayed on the map by default.
Select "Set parameters for risk areas"
to gain access to the "Display on
map", "Visual alert" and "Sound alert"
functions.
SETTINGS
SET PARAMETERS FOR RISK AREAS
9.52
CONFIGURE THE FILTERING AND
DISPLAY OF TMC MESSAGES
9.53
04 TRAFFIC INFORMATION
The filters are independent and their results are cumulative.
We recommend a filter on the route and a filter around the vehicle of:
- 2 miles (3 km) or 3 miles (5 km) for a region with heavy traffic,
- 6 miles (10 km) for a region with normal traffic,
- 30 miles (50 km) for long journeys (motorway).
3
1
Select the filter of your choice:
MESSAGES ON ROUTE
Press the TRAFFIC button.
ALL WARNINGS ON ROUTE
ONLY WARNING MESSAGES
ALL MESSAGES
The messages appear on the map
and on the list.
To exit, press ESC.
The list of TMC messages appears under the "Traffic" Menu sorted
in order of proximity.
4
2
Press the TRAFFIC button again or
select the "Traffic" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
"TRAFFIC" MENU
The TMC icon, at the bottom left of the screen, may
appear in 3 different forms:
- No TMC station available,
- TMC station available, no message on route,
- TMC station available and messages on route
(if guidance is active).
Select the "Geo. Filter" function and
press the dial to confirm.
GEO. FILTER
5
Then select the radius of the filter (in
miles (km)) required in accordance with
the route, press the dial to confirm.
When all of the messages on the
route are selected, the addition of a
geographical filter is recommended
(within a radius of 3 miles (5 km) for
example) to reduce the number of
messages displayed on the map.
The geographical filter follows the
movement of the vehicle.
05 RADIO
The external environment (hill, building, tunnel, underground car park...) may interfere with
the reception, including in RDS following mode. This phenomenon is a normal result of the
way in which radio waves are transmitted and does not in any way indicate a failure of the
audio equipment.
SELECTING A STATION
1
RDS - REGIONAL MODE - TRAFFIC INFO
1
Press the RADIO button to display
the list of stations received locally
sorted in alphabetical order.
Select the station required by turning
the dial and press to confirm.
2
When the current radio station is
displayed on the screen, press the
dial.
The radio source short-cuts menu appears and provides access to
the following short-cuts:
TRAFFIC INFO (TA)
RDS
While listening to the radio, press one of the
buttons to select the previous or next station on
the list.
RADIOTEXT
REGIONAL PROG.
AM
A long press of one of the buttons starts the
automatic search for a station with a lower or
higher frequency.
Press one of the buttons on the numeric keypad for more than
2 seconds to store the current station.
Press the button on the numeric keypad to recall the stored radio
station.
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3
Select the function required and press
the dial to confirm to gain access to
the corresponding settings.
The RDS, if displayed, allows you to continue listening to the same
station by automatic retuning to alternative frequencies. However, in
certain conditions, coverage of an RDS station may not be assured
throughout the entire country as radio stations do not cover 100 % of
the territory. This explains the loss of reception of the station during
a journey.
9.55
06 MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS
CD, MP3/WMA CD, MP3/WMA SD CARD
INFORMATION AND ADVICE
The MP3 format, an abbreviation of MPEG 1,2 & 2.5 Audio Layer 3
and the WMA format, an abbreviation of Windows Media Audio and
the property of Microsoft, are audio compression standards which
permit the recording of several tens of music files on a single disc.
If the GPS is used, the navigation SD card must remain in the MyWay
reader.
In this case, it is not possible to play an SD card containing MP3 files.
The MyWay will only play audio files with the extension ".mp3" with
a speed of between 8 Kbps and 320 Kbps and the extension ".wma"
with a speed of between 5 Kbps and 384 Kbps.
It also supports the VBR (Variable Bit Rate) mode.
No other type of file (.mp4, .m3u...) can be played.
In order to be able to play a recorded CDR or CDRW, when
recording it is preferable to select the ISO 9660 level 1, 2 or Joliet
standard.
If the disc is recorded in another format it may not be played
correctly.
It is recommended that the same recording standard is always used
for an individual disc, with as low a speed as possible (4x maximum)
for optimum sound quality.
In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Joliet standard is
recommended.
It is advisable to restrict file names to 20 characters, without using of
special characters (e.g.: " " ? ; ù) to avoid any playing and displaying
problems.
During play, exit the SD Card mode before removing the SD card
from its reader.
To avoid any risk of theft, remove the SD card when you leave your
vehicle with the roof open.
SELECTING/PLAYING MUSIC
CD, MP3/WMA CD, MP3/WMA SD CARD
1
4
Press the MUSIC button.
Select the music source required:
CD, MP3/WMA CD, MP3/WMA SD
CARD… Press the dial to confirm.
Play begins.
5
Press the up or down button to select
the next/previous folder.
The list of tracks or MP3/WMA files appears under "Music" Menu.
2
Press the MUSIC button again or
select the "Music" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
6
Press one of the buttons to select a
music track.
Press and hold one of the buttons for
fast forward or rewind play.
"MUSIC" MENU
3
Select the "Select music" function and
press the dial to confirm.
SELECT MUSIC
9.56
The playing and displaying of an MP3/WMA compilation may depend
on the recording programme and/or the settings used.
We recommend the ISO 9660 file standard.
9.57
06 MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS
USING THE EXTERNAL DEVICE (AUX)
CD CHANGER
AUDIO/RCA CABLE NOT SUPPLIED
1
PLAYING A CD (NOT MP3/WMA COMPATIBLE)
1
Connect the portable equipment (MP3/WMA player…) to the audio
sockets (white and red, RCA type) in the glove box using a JACK/
RCA audio cable.
2
2
Press the MUSIC button then press
it again or select the "Music" Menu
function and press the dial to confirm.
Press the MUSIC button again or
select the "Music" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
"MUSIC" MENU
3
3
Insert one or more CDs in the
changer. Press the MUSIC button.
Select the "External device" function
and press the dial to activate it.
Select the "Select music" function and
press the dial to confirm.
SELECT MUSIC
EXTERNAL DEVICE
4
4
Select the AUX music source and
press the dial to confirm. Play begins
automatically.
CHANGER
5
The display and management of the controls is via the portable
equipment.
Select the "Changer" music source
and press the dial to confirm.
Press one of the buttons on
the numeric keypad to select the
corresponding CD.
07 BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
CONNECTING A TELEPHONE
For reasons of safety and because they require prolonged attention
on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing the Bluetooth
mobile telephone to the hands-free system of the MyWay must be
carried out with the vehicle stationary. The ignition must be on.
The services available depend on the network, the SIM card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth
equipment used. Refer to your telephone's manual and your operator to check which services you
have access to. A list of mobile telephones which offer the best range of services is available from
dealers.
4
For a first connection, select
"Search phone" and press the dial to
confirm. Then select the name of the
telephone.
SEARCH PHONE
1
Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function.
The last telephone connected is reconnected
automatically.
5
Enter the authentication code on the
telephone. The code to be entered is
displayed on the screen.
Once the telephone has been connected, MyWay can synchronise
the address book and the call list. This synchronisation may take a
few minutes.
2
Press the PHONE button.
The list of telephones connected previously (4 maximum) appears
on the multifunction screen. Select the telephone required for a new
connection.
1
To change the telephone connected,
press the PHONE button, then select
"Phone" Menu and press the dial to
confirm.
2
Select "Connect phone". Select the
telephone and press to confirm.
CONNECT PHONE
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9.59
RECEIVING A CALL
MAKING A CALL
1
1
Press the PHONE button.
An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display
on the multifunction display.
2
Select the "Yes" tab to accept or "No"
to refuse and confirm by pressing the
dial.
YES
The list of the last 20 calls made and received in the vehicle appears
under "Phone" Menu. You can select a number and press the dial to
make the call.
2
NO
Select the "Phone" Menu function and
press the dial to confirm.
"PHONE" MENU
3
To hang up, press the PHONE button
or press the dial and select "End call"
then confirm by pressing the dial.
END CALL
Press the end of the steering wheel control to
accept the call or end the call in progress.
3
Select "Dial number", then dial the
telephone number using the virtual
keypad.
DIAL NUMBER
It is also possible to select a number from the address book. You can
select "Dial from address book". The MyWay permits the recording of
up to 4 000 entries.
Press the end of the steering wheel control for more than two
seconds to gain access to the address book.
08 CONFIGURATION
SETTING THE DATE AND TIME
1
This function gives access to the options: System language, Date & Time, Display (Brightness, Colour,
Map colour), Vehicle, Units, System.
5
Press the SET UP button.
Select the "Date format" function and
press the dial to confirm.
Confirm the format required using
the dial.
2
Select the "Date & Time" function and
press the dial to confirm.
DATE & TIME
3
Select the "Set date & time" function
and press the dial to confirm.
6
Select the "Time format" function and
press the dial to confirm.
Confirm the format required using
the dial.
SET DATE & TIME
Pressing the SET UP button for more than 2 seconds gives access to:
4
Set the parameters one by one using
the direction arrows and confirm by
means of the dial.
DESCRIPTION OF THE UNIT
GPS COVERAGE
DEMO MODE
9.60
TRIP COMPUTER
1
Press the MAIN button or press
the MODE button several times in
succession until the trip computer is
displayed.
- The "vehicle" tab:
The range, the current consumption
and the distance remaining.
- The "1" (trip 1) tab with :
The average speed, the average
consumption and the distance
travelled calculated over route "1".
- The "2" (trip 2) tab with the same
functions for a second route.
9.61
09 TRIP COMPUTER/VEHICLE PARAMETERS
A FEW DEFINITIONS
RANGE: displays the distance which can travelled with the
remaining fuel detected in the tank, basd on the average
consumption over the last few miles (kilometres).
This displayed value may vary significantly following a change in the
vehicle speed or the relief of the route.
When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), dashes are displayed.
After filling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range is recalculated and
is displayed when it exceeds 60 miles (100 km).
If, whilst driving, dashes are displayed continuously in place of
the digits, contact a CITROËN dealer.
CURRENT FUEL CONSUMPTION: only calculated and displayed
above 20 mph (30 km/h).
AVERAGE FUEL CONSUMPTION: this is the average fuel
consumption since the last trip computer zero reset.
DISTANCE TRAVELLED: calculated since the last trip computer
zero reset.
Each press of the button at the end of the wiper stalk displays the
different trip computer information in succession, according to the
screen.
DISTANCE REMAINING TO THE DESTINATION: calculated with
reference to the final destination, entered by the user. If guidance is
activated, the navigation system calculates it as a current value.
AVERAGE SPEED: this is the average speed calculated since the
last trip computer zero reset (ignition on).
10 CONTROL SHORT-CUTS
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
RADIO: selection of the next stored station.
MP3/WMA SD CARD: selection of the next directory.
CD CHANGER: selection of the next CD.
Selection of the next entry in the address book.
RADIO: change to the next radio station on the list.
Long press: automatic search for a higher frequency.
CD/MP3 SD CARD/CD CHANGER: selection of the next track.
CD/MP3 SD CARD/CD CHANGER: continuous press: fast forward play.
Volume increase.
-
RADIO: selection of the previous stored station.
MP3/WMA SD CARD: selection of the previous directory.
CD CHANGER: selection of the previous CD.
Selection of the previous entry in the address book.
Change the sound source.
Make a call from the address book.
Pick up/Hang up the telephone.
Press for more than 2 seconds: access to
the address book.
Mute: by pressing the volume
increase and decrease buttons
simultaneously.
Restore the sound: by pressing
one of the two volume buttons.
Volume decrease.
RADIO: change to the previous radio station on the list.
Long press: automatic search for a lower frequency.
CD/MP3 SD CARD/CD CHANGER: selection of the previous track.
CD/MP3 SD CARD/CD CHANGER: continuous press: fast backward play.
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9.63
11 SCREEN MENU MAP
1
MAIN FUNCTION
CHOICE A
choice A1
3 choice A2
2 CHOICE B...
2
3
"MUSIC" MENU
1
SELECT MUSIC
2
1
2
"RADIO" MENU
1
WAVEBAND
2
2 SOUND SETTINGS
3
FM
3
Balance/Fader
3
AM
"TRAFFIC" MENU
3
Bass/Treble
2
MANUAL TUNE
MESSAGES ON ROUTE
3
Equalizer
2
SOUND SETTINGS
ONLY WARNINGS ON ROUTE
2
4 Linear
3
Balance/Fader
2
ALL WARNING MESSAGES
4
Classic
3
Bass/Treble
2
ALL MESSAGES
4
Jazz
3
Equalizer
GEO. FILTER
2
3
3
3
3
3
4 Rock/Pop
4
Linear
Within 2 miles (3 km)
4
Techno
4
Classic
Within 3 miles (5 km)
4
Vocal
4
Jazz
Within 6 miles (10 km)
3 Loudness
4
Rock/Pop
Within 30 miles (50 km)
3
Speed dependent volume
4
Techno
Reset sound settings
4
Vocal
Within 60 miles (100 km)
3
3 Loudness
3
Speed dependent volume
3
Reset sound settings
"NAVIGATION" MENU
1
2 ABORT GUIDANCE/RESUME GUIDANCE
3 Add stopover
DESTINATION INPUT
2
Address input
3
STOPOVERS
2
4 Country
Route type
3
4
Address input
4
Fast route
4
Navigate HOME
4
Short route
4
Optimized route
Choose from address book
4
City
4
Street
3
Rearrange route
4
Traffic independent
4
House number
3
Replace stopover
4
Semi-dynamic
4
Postal code
4
Save to address book
4
Delete stopover
3
City district
4
Geo position
Map
4
4
4
4
Short route
4
4
2
Optimized route
POI SEARCH
4
3
2
Avoid motorways
Avoid toll roads
Avoid ferries
Recalculate
SETTINGS
3
POI nearby
3
Navi volume
3
POI categories on Map
Navigate HOME
3
POI near destination
3
Choose from address book
3
POI in city
Choose from last destinations
3
3
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Avoidance criteria
3
Fast route
3
TMC STATION INFORMATION
3
Recalculate
3
Intersection
4
4
Choose from last destinations
Route dynamics
4
Start route guidance
4
2
ROUTE OPTIONS
2
3
POI in country
POI near route
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"PHONE" MENU
1
2 DIAL NUMBER
"SETUP" MENU
1
2 SYSTEM LANGUAGE
4
Dark blue
3 Map colour
2
DIAL FROM ADDRESS BOOK
3
Deutsch
4
Day mode for map
2
CALL LISTS
3
English
4
Night mode for map
4
Auto. Day/Night for map
2 CONNECT PHONE
Español
3
3
Search phone
3
Français
3
Phones connected
3
Italiano
Disconnect phone
3
Nederlands
4
Rename phone
4
4
Delete pairing
4
Delete all pairings
Portuguese
DATE & TIME
2
Vehicle information
3
Polski
3
3
VEHICLE
2
4
Alert log
4
Status of functions
UNITS
2
Temperature
3
Show details
4
Set date & time
3
4
Celsius
SETTINGS
3
Date format
4
Fahrenheit
3
Time format
2
3
Select ring tone
Phone/Ring tone volume
3
3
Enter mailbox number
Metric/Imperial
3
DISPLAY
2
4
3
Brightness
4
3
Colour
4
Pop titanium
4
4
4
4
Toffee
Blue steel
Technogrey
2
3
3
3
Kilometres (Consumption: l/100)
Kilometres (Consumption: km/l)
Miles (Consumption: MPG)
SYSTEM
Factory reset
Software version
Automatic scrolling
QUESTION
RESPONSE
The route calculation is
not successful.
The exclusion criteria may conflict with the current location (exclusion of
toll roads on a toll motorway).
SOLUTION
Check the exclusion criteria.
The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your MyWay.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
SOLUTION
There is a long waiting
time after inserting a CD
or SD card.
When a new medium is inserted, the system reads a certain amount of
data (directory, title, artist, etc.). This may take a few seconds.
This phenomenon is normal.
I cannot connect my
Bluetooth telephone.
The telephone's Bluetooth function may be deactivated or the equipment
may not be visible.
- Check that your telephone's Bluetooth function
is activated.
- Check that your telephone is visible.
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9.67
Audio system
AUDIO EQUIPMENT/HANDS-FREE KIT
Your Audio system is coded in such a way that it will only
operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another
vehicle, contact your CITROËN dealer for configuration
of the system.
For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations
which require prolonged attention while the vehicle is
stationary.
When the engine is switched off and to prevent
discharging of the battery, the audio equipment may
switch off after a few minutes.
● 01 First steps
● 02 Display and general menu
● 03 Audio
● 04 Telephone/USB*
● 05 Trip computer
● 06 Configuration
● 07 Display flow charts
● Frequently asked questions
pg. 9.68
pg. 9.70
pg. 9.71
pg. 9.74
pg. 9.80
pg. 9.81
pg. 9.82
pg. 9.83
* Available during the year and according to version.
IN-CAR TECHNOLOGY
CONTENTS
9
01 FIRST STEPS
A long press is
required.
CD eject.
Navigator
which selects the choices
above or the step by step or
rapid advances.
Pressing the navigation dial
confirms the choice, but does
not store it.
On - Off.
Volume dial.
MODE: Selection of the screen display mode.
DARK: Hide the screen display, until completely black,
by successive presses. Pressing again reactivates the
display.
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SOURCE: Selection of the source; radio, CD and
CD changer.
BAND: Selection of the FM1, FM2, FMast and AM wavebands.
Setting the audio options:
Front/rear balance, left/right balance,
loudness, sound ambiences.
LIST: Displaying of the local stations, of the
tracks on the CD or of the MP3 directories.
- Storing of a station.
- Selection of a stored radio station.
- Selection of a CD in the CD changer.
Updating of the stations received.
ESC: Abandon current operation.
MENU: Displaying of the general menu.
For a detailed global view of the menus
available, refer to the "Display flow chart"
section of this chapter.
9.69
01 FIRST STEPS
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS
RADIO: selection of the previous stored station.
CD CHANGER: selection of the previous CD.
Selection of the previous item on a menu.
RADIO: automatic search for a higher frequency.
CD/CD CHANGER/MP3: selection of the next track.
CD/CD CHANGER: continuous press: fast forwards play.
Selection of the previous item.
Volume increase.
-
RADIO: selection of the next stored station.
CD CHANGER: selection of the next CD.
Selection of the next item on a menu.
Change of sound source.
Confirmation of a selection.
Pick up/Hang up the telephone.
Press for more than 2 seconds:
access to the telephone menu.
Volume decrease.
RADIO: automatic search for a lower frequency.
CD/CD CHANGER/MP3: selection of the previous track.
CD/CD CHANGER: continuous press: fast backwards play.
Selection of the next item.
Mute: by pressing the volume
increase and decrease
buttons simultaneously.
Restore the sound: by
pressing one of the two
volume buttons.
02 DISPLAY AND MENU C
> DISPLAY C
> GENERAL MENU
9
This displays the following information, via the audio equipment control
pad:
- the time,
- the date,
- the exterior temperature (this flashes if there is a risk of ice),
- the audio source displays (radio, CD, ...),
- the accesses check (doors, boot, ...),
- the warning messages (e.g.: "Antipollution fault") or information
messages (e.g.: "Auto lighting activated") displayed temporarily,
can be cleared by pressing the "ESC" button,
- the trip computer,
- the location of a faulty wheel,
- the detection of a rear obstacle.
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AUDIO FUNCTION:
radio, CD, options.
TRIP COMPUTER:
distance entering, warnings,
status of functions.
PERSONALISATIONCONFIGURATION:
vehicle parameters,
display, languages.
TELEPHONE:
hands-free kit,
matching,
management of a
call.
RADIO
RDS
SELECTING A STATION
1
2
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select
the radio.
Press the BAND AST button to select
a waveband: FM1, FM2, FMast, AM.
1
2
Press the MENU button.
Select AUDIO FUNCTIONS then
press OK.
OK
3
Briefly press one of the buttons to
carry out an automatic search of
the radio stations.
3
Select the FM BAND
PREFERENCES function then
press OK.
FM BAND PREFERENCES
4
Press one of the buttons to carry out a
manual search of the radio stations.
4
Select ACTIVATE FREQUENCY
FOLLOWING (RDS) then press OK.
RDS appears on the display.
ACTIVATE FREQUENCY FOLLOWING (RDS)
5
Press the LIST REFRESH button to
display the list of stations received
locally (30 stations maximum).
To update this list, press for more than
two seconds.
OK
OK
The RDS, if displayed, enables you to continue listening to the
same station by means of frequency following. However, in certain
conditions, this RDS station is not followed throughout the country
as radio stations do not cover 100 % of the territory. This explains
the loss of reception of the station during a journey.
9.71
03 AUDIO
The external environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks, ...) may block
reception, including 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.
CD
PLAYING A CD
Insert circular compact discs only.
Some anti-pirating systems, on original discs or CDs
copied using a personal recorder, may cause faults
which are no reflection on the quality of the original
player.
Without pressing the EJECT button, insert a CD in
the player, play begins automatically.
1
2
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To play a disc which has already been
inserted, press the SOURCE button
several times in succession and select
CD.
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
Press the LIST REFRESH button to
display the list of tracks on the CD.
Press and hold one of the buttons for
fast forward or backward.
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 files on a single disc.
The playing and displaying of an MP3 compilation may depend on
the recording programme and/or the parameters used.
In order to be able to play a recorded CDR or CDRW, when
recording select standards ISO 9660 level 1.2 or Joliet.
If the disc is recorded in another format, it may not be played
correctly.
It is recommended that the same recording standard is always used
for an individual disc, with as low a speed as possible for optimum
sound quality.
In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Joliet standard is
recommended.
The audio equipment will only play files with the extension ".mp3".
No other type of file (.wma, .mp4...) can be played.
It is advisable to restrict file names to 20 characters without using
special characters (e.g.: " " ? ; ù) to avoid any playing or displaying
problems.
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CD
CD CHANGER
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 and several tens of seconds, before play
begins.
On a single disc, the CD player can read up to 255 MP3 files spread
over 8 directory levels. However, it is advisable to keep to a limit of
two levels to reduce the access time before the CD is played.
1
To play a disc which has already been
inserted, press the SOURCE button
several times in succession and
select CD.
2
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
Press the LIST REFRESH button to
display the list of directories of the
MP3 compilation.
* According to level of finish.
PLAYING A CD (NOT MP3 COMPATIBLE)
1
Insert the CDs in the changer one
by one.
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select CD
CHANGER.
2
Press one of the buttons on the
numeric keypad to select the
corresponding CD.
3
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
Press and hold one of the buttons for
fast forward or backward play.
04 HANDS-FREE KIT
MATCHING A TELEPHONE
DISPLAY C
The services offered by the hands-free kit depend on the network, the SIM card and the
compatibility of the Bluetooth equipment used.
Consult your telephone's manual and your operator to find out which services are
available to you. A list of mobile telephones which offer the best range of services is
available from the network. Consult a CITROËN dealer.
Refer to the next page: "Correct use of the hands-free kit telephone".
RECEIVING A CALL
For safety reasons and because they require prolonged attention on
the part of the driver, the operations for matching of the Bluetooth
mobile telephone with the audio equipment hands-free kit must be
carried out with the vehicle stationary and the ignition on.
1
2
1
Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function and
carry out a search of the Bluetooth accessories
present for the telephone.
2
Select the accessory which corresponds to the
name of the vehicle, a superimposed configuration
display appears on the multifunction display.
3
4
YES
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Select the YES tab on the display
using the buttons and confirm by
pressing OK.
YES
Press the end of the steering wheel stalk to accept
the call.
MAKING A CALL
Enter the vehicle's authentication code (=1234).
Depending on the telephone, you may be asked
to enter this code before the superimposed
configuration display appears.
Select the YES tab on the display using
the buttons then confirm by pressing OK.
An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display
on the multifunction display.
Press the end of the steering wheel stalk for more
than two seconds to access your directory.
1
To dial a number, use the keypad on your
telephone.
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Correct use of the hands-free kit telephone
The matching of a new Bluetooth mobile telephone does not work while the
vehicle is being driven.
For safety reasons and because they require prolonged attention on
the part of the driver, the operations for matching the Bluetooth mobile
telephone with the audio equipment hands-free kit must be carried out with
the vehicle stationary and the ignition on.
How many mobile telephones can be stored in the audio equipment.
Up to 4 different mobile telephones can be stored. The mobile telephone
stored as 1 will be connected first, then number 2, …
Is it possible to scroll through the phone book contacts more quickly than
line by line.
The controls << >> on the control panel or on the steering wheel control
permit direct access to the first contact recorded starting with the next/
previous letter of the alphabet.
Are all of the numbers associated with a contact displayed on the audio
equipment display.
A maximum of 4 different numbers for one contact in Vcard format are
displayed: "Home", "Work", "Mobile" and "Car".
USB PLAYER
USING THE USB
CONNECTING A USB STICK
1
The list of compatible equipment is available from CITROËN dealers.
2
Connect the stick to the port, directly
or using a lead. If the audio equipment
is switched on, the USB source is
detected as soon as it is connected. Play
begins automatically after a delay which
depends on the capacity of the USB
stick.
The file formats recognised are .mp3
(mpeg1 layer 3 only), .wma
(standard 9 only), .wav and .ogg.
The system puts together playlists (temporary memory) created over
a period which depends on the capacity of the USB equipment.
The other sources are available during this time.
The playlists are updated each time the ignition is switched off or
each time a USB stick is connected.
When connecting for the first time, the tracks are classified by folder.
When you reconnect, the classification system selected previously is
retained.
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Press and hold LIST to display the
different classifications.
Select by Folder/Artist/Genre/Playlist,
press OK to select the classification
required, then press OK again to
confirm.
OK
- by Folder: all folders containing
audio files recognised on the
peripheral device, classified in
alphabetical order without following
the flow chart.
- by Artist: all of the artist names
defined in the ID3 Tags, classified in
alphabetical order.
- by Genre: all of the genres defined
in the ID3 Tags.
- by Playlist: in accordance with the
playlists recorded on the USB device.
3
Press LIST briefly to display the list
of Folders/Genres/Artists/Playlists on
the USB equipment.
Navigate through the list using the
left/right and up/down buttons.
Confirm the selection by pressing OK.
USING THE USB SOCKET
4
5
Press one of these buttons to gain
access to the previous/next track on
the classification list currently being
played.
Press and hold one of the buttons for
fast forward or backward play.
Press one of these buttons to gain
access to the previous/next Genre,
Folder, Artist or Playlist on the
classification list currently being
played.
CONNECTING AN IPOD® VIA THE USB SOCKET
1
The lists available are Artist, Genre and Playlist (as defined on the
iPod®).
Selection and Navigation are described in steps 1 to 5 above.
Do not connect a hard disc or USB devices other than audio
equipment to the USB socket. This could damage your installation.
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USB PLAYER
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 find out which
services are available to you. A list of mobile telephones which offer the
best range of services is available from the network. Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
SCREEN C
1
2
3
4
5
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PAIRING A TELEPHONE
The TELEPHONE menu permits access to the following functions in
particular: Directory*, Call list, Pairing management.
For safety reasons and because they require prolonged attention
on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing of the Bluetooth
mobile telephone with the Bluetooth hands-free system of your audio
equipment must be carried out with the vehicle stationary and the
ignition on.
* If your telephone hardware is fully compatible.
Activate the telephone's Bluetooth
function.
Press the MENU button.
In the menu, select:
- Bluetooth telephone function - Audio
- Bluetooth configuration
- Perform a Bluetooth search
A window is displayed with "Searching...".
The first 4 telephones recognised are displayed in this window.
6
7
Select the telephone to be connected from the list. Only one
telephone can be connected at a time.
A virtual keypad is displayed on the screen:
enter a code with at least 4 digits.
Confirm by pressing OK.
OK
_
Saisir code authentification
0
OK
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Del
8
A message is displayed on the screen of the
telephone chosen: to accept the pairing, enter
the same code on the telephone, then confirm by
pressing OK.
If pairing fails, the number of attempts is not limited.
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"Pairing of Name_telephone successful" appears on the screen.
10
The automatic connection authorised is only active after the
telephone has been configured.
The directory and the call list can be accessed after the
synchronisation period.
The pairing can also be initiated from the telephone.
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BLUETOOTH AUDIO STREAMING
(AVAILABLE DURING THE YEAR)
RECEIVING A CALL
1
2
An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display
on the multifunction screen.
Wireless transmission of the telephone's music files via the audio
equipment. The telephone must be able to manage the appropriate
bluetooth profiles (Profiles A2DP/AVRCP).
1
Initiate the pairing between the telephone and
the vehicle. This pairing can be initiated from
the vehicle's telephone function menu or via the
telephone's keypad. See steps 1 to 10 on the
previous pages. During the pairing phase, the vehicle
must be stationary with the key in the ignition.
2
Select the telephone to be connected from the
telephone function menu.
The audio system connects to a newly paired
telephone automatically.
Select the YES tab on the display
using the buttons and confirm by
pressing OK.
YES
Press the steering wheel control OK to accept the
call.
MAKING A CALL
1
2
From the Bluetooth telephone function Audio menu, select Manage
the telephone call then Call, Call list or Directory.
Press the end of the steering wheel control for more
than two seconds to gain access to your directory.
Or
To dial a number, use your telephone's keypad, with
the vehicle stationary.
3
Activate the streaming source by
pressing the SOURCE button*. The
tracks to be played can be controlled
as usual via the buttons on the Radio
control panel and the steering wheel
controls**. The contextual information
can be displayed on the screen.
* In certain cases, playing of the Audio files must be initiated from the
keypad.
** If the telephone supports the function.
USB PLAYER
USING THE USB
CONNECTING A USB STICK
1
The list of compatible equipment is available from CITROËN dealers.
2
Connect the stick to the port, directly
or using a lead. If the audio equipment
is switched on, the USB source is
detected as soon as it is connected. Play
begins automatically after a delay which
depends on the capacity of the USB
stick.
The file formats recognised are .mp3
(mpeg1 layer 3 only), .wma
(standard 9 only), .wav and .ogg.
The system puts together playlists (temporary memory) created over
a period which depends on the capacity of the USB equipment.
The other sources are available during this time.
The playlists are updated each time the ignition is switched off or
each time a USB stick is connected.
When connecting for the first time, the tracks are classified by folder.
When you reconnect, the classification system selected previously is
retained.
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Press and hold LIST to display the
different classifications.
Select by Folder/Artist/Genre/Playlist,
press OK to select the classification
required, then press OK again to
confirm.
OK
- by Folder: all folders containing
audio files recognised on the
peripheral device, classified in
alphabetical order without following
the flow chart.
- by Artist: all of the artist names
defined in the ID3 Tags, classified in
alphabetical order.
- by Genre: all of the genres defined
in the ID3 Tags.
- by Playlist: in accordance with the
playlists recorded on the USB device.
3
Press LIST briefly to display the list
of Folders/Genres/Artists/Playlists on
the USB equipment.
Navigate through the list using the
left/right and up/down buttons.
Confirm the selection by pressing OK.
USING THE USB SOCKET
4
5
Press one of these buttons to gain
access to the previous/next track on
the classification list currently being
played.
Press and hold one of the buttons for
fast forward or backward play.
Press one of these buttons to gain
access to the previous/next Genre,
Folder, Artist or Playlist on the
classification list currently being
played.
CONNECTING AN IPOD® VIA THE USB SOCKET
1
The lists available are Artist, Genre and Playlist (as defined on the
iPod®).
Selection and Navigation are described in steps 1 to 5 above.
Do not connect a hard disc or USB devices other than audio
equipment to the USB socket. This could damage your installation.
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USB PLAYER
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 find out which
services are available to you. A list of mobile telephones which offer the
best range of services is available from the network. Consult a CITROËN
dealer.
BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
SCREEN C
1
2
3
4
5
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PAIRING A TELEPHONE
The TELEPHONE menu permits access to the following functions in
particular: Directory*, Call list, Pairing management.
For safety reasons and because they require prolonged attention
on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing of the Bluetooth
mobile telephone with the Bluetooth hands-free system of your audio
equipment must be carried out with the vehicle stationary and the
ignition on.
* If your telephone hardware is fully compatible.
Activate the telephone's Bluetooth
function.
Press the MENU button.
In the menu, select:
- Bluetooth telephone function - Audio
- Bluetooth configuration
- Perform a Bluetooth search
A window is displayed with "Searching...".
The first 4 telephones recognised are displayed in this window.
6
7
Select the telephone to be connected from the list. Only one
telephone can be connected at a time.
A virtual keypad is displayed on the screen:
enter a code with at least 4 digits.
Confirm by pressing OK.
OK
_
Saisir code authentification
0
OK
1
2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Del
8
A message is displayed on the screen of the
telephone chosen: to accept the pairing, enter
the same code on the telephone, then confirm by
pressing OK.
If pairing fails, the number of attempts is not limited.
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"Pairing of Name_telephone successful" appears on the screen.
10
The automatic connection authorised is only active after the
telephone has been configured.
The directory and the call list can be accessed after the
synchronisation period.
The pairing can also be initiated from the telephone.
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BLUETOOTH AUDIO STREAMING
(AVAILABLE DURING THE YEAR)
RECEIVING A CALL
1
2
An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed display
on the multifunction screen.
Wireless transmission of the telephone's music files via the audio
equipment. The telephone must be able to manage the appropriate
bluetooth profiles (Profiles A2DP/AVRCP).
1
Initiate the pairing between the telephone and
the vehicle. This pairing can be initiated from
the vehicle's telephone function menu or via the
telephone's keypad. See steps 1 to 10 on the
previous pages. During the pairing phase, the vehicle
must be stationary with the key in the ignition.
2
Select the telephone to be connected from the
telephone function menu.
The audio system connects to a newly paired
telephone automatically.
Select the YES tab on the display
using the buttons and confirm by
pressing OK.
YES
Press the steering wheel control OK to accept the
call.
MAKING A CALL
1
2
From the Bluetooth telephone function Audio menu, select Manage
the telephone call then Call, Call list or Directory.
Press the end of the steering wheel control for more
than two seconds to gain access to your directory.
Or
To dial a number, use your telephone's keypad, with
the vehicle stationary.
3
Activate the streaming source by
pressing the SOURCE button*. The
tracks to be played can be controlled
as usual via the buttons on the Radio
control panel and the steering wheel
controls**. The contextual information
can be displayed on the screen.
* In certain cases, playing of the Audio files must be initiated from the
keypad.
** If the telephone supports the function.
05 TRIP COMPUTER
VEHICLE DIAGNOSTICS
Each press of the button, located at the end of the
wipers stalk, permits displaying of the different trip
computer data in succession, depending on the
display.
A FEW DEFINITIONS
RANGE: displays the distance which can be travelled with the remaining
fuel detected in the tank, in relation to the average consumption over the
last few miles (kilometres).
THIS DISPLAYED VALUE MAY VARY SIGNIFICANTLY FOLLOWING A CHANGE
IN THE VEHICLE SPEED OR THE RELIEF OF THE ROUTE.
When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), dashes are displayed. After
filling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range is recalculated and is displayed
when it exceeds 60 miles (100 km).
If, whilst driving, dashes are displayed continuously in place of digits,
contact a CITROËN dealer.
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- the "vehicle" tab with:
● the range, the current consumption and the distance remaining to the
destination,
- the "1" tab (route 1) with:
● the average speed, the average consumption and the distance travelled
calculated over route "1",
- the "2" tab (route 2) with the same characteristics for a second route.
Zero reset
When the required route is displayed, press the control for more
than two seconds.
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CURRENT CONSUMPTION: only calculated and displayed above 20 mph
(30 km/h).
AVERAGE CONSUMPTION: this is the average quantity of fuel consumed
since the last trip recorder zero reset.
DISTANCE TRAVELLED: calculated since the last trip computer zero reset.
DISTANCE REMAINING TO THE DESTINATION: calculated with reference
to the final destination, entered by the user. If guidance is activated, the
navigation system calculates it as a current value.
AVERAGE SPEED: this is the average speed calculated since the last trip
computer zero reset (ignition on).
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06 CONFIGURATION
ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME
SCREEN C
1
2
Press the MENU button.
Using the arrows, select
the PERSONALISATION
CONFIGURATION function.
5
6
Using the arrows, select the ADJUST
DATE AND TIME function.
PERSONALISATION CONFIGURATION
3
Press to confirm the selection.
4
ADJUST DATE AND TIME
7
8
Using the arrows, select the DISPLAY
CONFIGURATION function.
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
Press to confirm the selection.
Press to confirm the selection.
Adjust the settings one by one
confirming by pressing the OK button.
Next select the OK tab on the screen
then confirm.
OK
07 DISPLAY C FLOW CHARTS
STATUS OF FUNCTIONS*
2
AUDIO FUNCTIONS
1
functions activated or deactivated
3
FM BAND PREFERENCES
2
4 activate/deactivate
regional mode (REG)
3
4
activate/deactivate
radio-text information (RDTXT)
3
PERSONALISATION - CONFIGURATION
1
2
DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS*
2
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
AUDIO CD PREFERENCES
CD changer repeat (RPT)
3
4 activate/deactivate
4
4
normal video
4
inverse video
4
brightness (- +) adjustment
date and time adjustment
3
track random play (RDM)
3
activate/deactivate
4
day/month/year adjustment
4
hour/minute adjustment
4
choice of 12 h/24 h mode
choice of units
3
1
2
TRIP COMPUTER
4
l/100 km - mpg - km/l
ENTER DISTANCE TO DESTINATION
4
°Celsius/°Fahrenheit
distance: x km
3
2
WARNING LOG
3
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diagnostics
2
3
telephone directory
3
call log
3
services directory
video brightness adjustment
3
4 activate/deactivate
2
CONSULTING DIRECTORIES**
2
alternative frequencies (RDS)
3
TELEPHONE
1
CHOICE OF LANGUAGE
* The parameters vary according to vehicle.
** According to compatibility of Bluetooth
telephone and service contract.
4
customer contact centre
4
breakdown call
4
emergency call
CONFIGURATION
2
deletion of a match
3
4
list of matches
consulting matches
3
4
list of matches
3 choice of a mobile to connect
4
list of mobiles
MANAGEMENT OF A COMMUNICATION
2
3
switch**
3
terminate the current call
3
secret mode
4
activate/deactivate
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning your Audio system and your NaviDrive.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
SOLUTION
There is a difference in
sound quality between
the different audio
sources (radio, CD,
CD changer...).
For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, Treble,
Ambience, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound sources,
which may result in audible differences when changing source (radio, CD,
CD changer...).
Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass,
Treble, Ambience, Loudness) are adapted to
the sources listened to. It is advisable to set
the AUDIO functions (Bass, Treble, Front-Rear
Balance, Left-Right Balance) to the middle
position, select the musical ambience "None"
and set the loudness correction to the "Active"
position in CD mode or to the "Inactive" position
in radio mode.
The CD is ejected
automatically or is not
played by the player.
The CD is inserted upside down, is unplayable, does not contain any audio
data or contains an audio format which the player cannot play.
- Check that the CD is inserted in the player the
right way up.
- Check the condition of the CD: the CD cannot
be played if it is too damaged.
- Check the content in the case of a recorded
CD: consult the advice in the "Audio" section.
- The audio equipment's CD player does not play
DVDs.
- Due to inadequate quality, certain recorded
CDs will not be played by the audio system.
- The CD changer does not play MP3 CDs.
The CD player sound
is poor.
The CD used is scratched or of poor quality.
Insert good quality CDs and store them in
suitable conditions.
The audio equipment settings (bass, treble, ambiences) are unsuitable.
Set the treble or bass level to 0, without selecting
an ambience.
The CD is protected by an anti-pirating protection system which is not
recognised by the audio equipment.
QUESTION
RESPONSE
SOLUTION
The stored stations do
not function (no sound,
87.5 Mhz is displayed...)
An incorrect waveband is selected.
Press the BAND AST button to return to the
waveband (AM, FM1, FM2, FMAST) on which the
stations are stored.
The traffic announcement
(TA) is displayed. I do
not receive any traffic
information.
The radio station is not part of the regional traffic information network.
Tune to a radio station which broadcasts traffic
information.
The quality of reception
of the radio station
listened to gradually
deteriorates or the
stored stations do
not function (no
sound, 87.5 Mhz is
displayed...).
The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station listened to or
there is no transmitter in the geographical area through which the vehicle
is travelling.
Activate the RDS function to enable the system
to check whether there is a more powerful
transmitter in the geographical area.
The environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks...) block
reception, including in RDS mode.
This phenomenon is normal and does not
indicate a failure of the audio equipment.
The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for example when going
through a car wash or into an underground car park).
Have the aerial checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Sound cut-outs of 1
to 2 seconds in radio
mode.
During this brief sound cut-out, the RDS searches for any frequency
permitting better reception of the station.
Deactivate the RDS function if the phenomenon
is too frequent and always on the same route.
With the engine off,
the audio equipment
switches off after a few
minutes of use.
When the engine is switched off, the audio equipment operating time
depends on the battery charge.
The switch-off is normal: the audio equipment switches to economy mode
and switches off to prevent discharging of the vehicle's battery.
Start the vehicle's engine to increase the battery
charge.
The message "the audio
system is overheated"
appears on the display.
In order to protect the installation if the surrounding temperature is too
high, the audio equipment switches to an automatic thermal protection
mode leading to a reduction of the volume or stopping of the playing of the
CD.
Switch the audio system off for a few minutes to
allow the system to cool.
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ROOF CONSOLE DISPLAY
02 GENERAL MENU
This is not a touch screen. Never press
the surface of the screen directly as this
may damage the liquid crystal display.
The use of a non-abrasive cloth
(spectacles cloth), without any additional
products, is recommended for maintenance
of the TFT/LCD screen.
DVD/DIVX play menu
VCD/CD play
menu
MP3 CD play
menu
JPEG images CD
play menu
04 PLAYING AN MP3 CD
INFORMATION AND ADVICE
LISTENING TO AN MP3 COMPILATION
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
files 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.
If the disc is recorded in another format, it may not be
played correctly.
It is recommended that the same recording standard is
always used for an individual disc, with as low a speed
as possible (4x maximum) for optimum sound quality.
In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Joliet
standard is recommended.
Insert circular compact discs only. Certain anti-pirating
systems, on original discs or CDs copied using a
personal recorder, may cause malfunctions which are
no reflection on the quality of the original player. Insert
an MP3 CD in the player, play begins automatically.
1
Selection is only possible in
STOP mode (n).
STOP
The audio equipment will only play audio files with the
extension ".mp3" with a sampling rate of 22.05 KHz or
44.1 KHz. No other type of file (.wma, .mp4, m3u...)
can be played.
It is advisable to restrict file names to 20 characters
without using special characters (e.g.: " ? ; ù) to avoid
any playing or displaying problems.
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04 PLAYING AN MP3 CD
This is not a touch screen.
LISTENING TO A COMPILATION
Never press the surface of the screen directly as this may damage
the liquid crystal display.
When the SMART NAVI function is deactivated, only
the title number and the duration of play elapsed
relating to the current file are displayed on the screen.
1
2
Press the STOP button and activate
the SMART NAVI function.
All of the folders available on the
MP3 CD are displayed in the lefthand column whereas the file names
of the folder which is open are
displayed in the right-hand column.
3
To move from the left-hand column
to the right-hand column, use
the 7 8 arrows.
4
Select the file or the folder using the
5 6 buttons.
5
16
Press the ENTER or  button to
play the file selected.
1
Press the n button and activate the
SMART NAVI function.
POWER
STOP
MODE
00 : 02 : 58
SMART NAVI
ROOT
ACID-JAZZ
CHILL OUT
INDEPENDANT
LATIN
POP
..
MP3 2PAC-Cali
MP3 ANASTACIA MP3 BABYLON ZOO
MP3 BRANDY MONI
MP3 CULTURE BA
0
1
2
3
4
5
2
While the MP3 CD is being played,
press the 5 button to select the
previous MP3 file.
3
While the MP3 CD is being played,
press the 7 or 8 button for fast
forward or backward play.
SMART
05 PLAYING A JPEG IMAGES CD
INFORMATION AND ADVICE
PLAYING A JPEG IMAGES CD
1
Check that the JPEG images have the extension
".jpeg".
Insert the JPEG images CD in the
player. The navigation menu is
displayed on the screen.
To navigate through the files, refer to the previous
section: 04 PLAYING AN MP3 CD, LISTENING TO A
COMPILATION.
The folder can only be selected in STOP mode (n).
1
To activate the thumbnails mode,
press the MENU button.
MENU
The volume, colours, contrast and brightness of the
images cannot be adjusted while the CD is being
played.
Select the next/previous images using
the 5 and 6 buttons.
2
To display an image in full screen
mode, press the buttons on the
remote control which correspond to
the number of the image.
The thumbnails mode is deactivated
automatically and the filmstrip begins
starting with the image selected.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
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06 SETUP
SETUP MENU
1
1
In STOP mode, press the SETUP
button.
SETUP
In STOP mode, press the SETUP
button. The GENERAL SETTINGS
menu appears on the screen.
2
Select the options using the 5 and
6 buttons.
3
Select the AUTO function using the
5 6 buttons and validate. The player
automatically adapts the resolution of
the image to that of the DVD inserted.
2
The MAIN MENU appears on
the screen: SETUP, SPEAKERS,
DOLBY DIGITAL, PREFERENCES.
Select the options using the 5 and
6 buttons.
4
Select the NORMAL function using
the 5 6 buttons and validate. The
player displays the highest image
resolution possible.
5
Select the ACTION function using the
5 6 buttons and validate.
This function prevents screen flicker.
3
Press the ENTER button to validate
your choice.
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SETUP
07 MAINTENANCE AND CARE
CHANGING A BATTERY
Replace the remote control batteries when
the DVD/DIVX player no longer reacts to the
pressing of a button.
1
2
3
4
Open the battery compartment on
the back of the remote control.
Remove the flat batteries.
Fit the 2 new AAA type (micro)
batteries. Observe the polarity
indicated.
REPLACING A BULB
1
2
3
2
Using a screwdriver, gently lift the
transparent cover of the interior light
located on the equipment in order to
remove it carefully.
Replace the faulty bulb with a bulb of
the same type (12 V/2 - 3 W).
Close the cover.
Do not the discard the batteries or
the bulbs, take them to a collection
point.
Close the battery compartment.
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08 INFRA-REDAUDIOHEADPHONES
Stereo infra-red headphones designed to guarantee
a high sound quality and optimum comfort. The
ear pieces can be folded to reduce the bulk of the
headphones when stored in their protective cover.
. to 3.3 V
Typical electrical consumption
0. A
Audio transmission Channel A
2.3 MHz
Audio transmission Channel B
2.8 MHz
Min. Auto Standby
25 seconds. No signal
Max. Auto Standby
35 seconds. No signal
Type of batteries
AAA x
Min. temperature
- 0°C
Max. temperature
+ 70°C
Weight Incl. batteries
Approx. 350 g Max.
ER
W
VO
LU
ME
On/off
PO
Stereo channels
Electrical power
A/B
The headphones are not
supplied with the roof
console display.
They are an option.
TECHNICALDATA
Volume adjustment
0
09 DISPLAY FLOW CHARTS
1
2
2
MAIN FUNCTION
CHOICE A
choice A1
3 choice A2
2 CHOICE B...
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SMART
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DISPLAY SETTINGS
brightness
colour
contrast
tint
sharpness
tv type
display mode
mounting
user
default
WITHOUT MENU PRESENTATION
repeat one
repeat all
3 repeat off
2
3
3
3
DOLBY DIGITAL SETUP
DUAL MONO
stereo
mono-k1
mono-k2
mono mix
2 LPCM OUTPUT
2 DRC
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PREFERENCES
LANGUAGES
SUBTITLE
LANG.MENU
LOCAL
VER.ENF.
PASSWORD
SMART NAVI
DEFAUTS
16:9
tv standard
image mode
camera
dsd language
subtitle
2 SPEAKERS
2 DOLBY DIGITAL
2 PREFERENCES
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3
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3
WITH MENU PRESENTATION
repeat one
repeat book
repeat off
3
1
2 SETUP
3 tv format
4 normal.ps
4 normal l/b
REPEAT
2
3
SETUP
1
1
JPEG IMAGES CD
PLAYING THE CD
next/previous image
repeat
repeat title
repeat folder
repeat off
2 MOSAIC
2
1
WITHOUT MENU
repeat one
repeat all
repeat off
1
2
SPEAKER SETTINGS
DOWNMIX
PLAYING AN MP3 CD
SMART NAVI
repeat one
repeat book
repeat off
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09 DISPLAY FLOW CHARTS
SETUP/CONFIGURATION
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4
OPTION 3
4
OPTION 1
OPTION X
CHOICE 2
CHOICE X
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OPTION 1
OPTION 2
OPTION X
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3
OPTION 1
OPTION 2
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Va
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How to move, select, validate according to the options displayed on the screen.
09 DISPLAY FLOW CHARTS
SETUP
LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
AUDIO
DSD LANG
TV DISPLAY
DIGITAL OUTUP
CHANGE
SUBTITLE
TV TYPE
DOWNMIX
DEFAULT PASS
ENTER FORMER PASS 3308
AUDIO
ANGLE MARK
DUAL MONO
DISK
SCREEN SAVER
DYNAMIC
VERSION
LPCM OUTPUT
PARENTAL
3308
ENTER NEW PASS
4 numbers
CONFIRM PASS
xxxx
PARENT
DEFAULT
SETUP
LANGUAGE
DISPLAY
AUDIO
PARENTAL
Dsd Language
TV display
Digital output
Change
Subtitle
TV type
Downix
Audio
Angle mark
Dual Mono
Default pass
Enter former pass
Disk
Screen saver
Dynamic
Version
The screen saver appears
approximately 5 minutes after
pressing ON.
LPCM output
LT/RT output compatible with
Dolby Surround
Enter new pass
Confirm pass
3308
3308
4 digits
xxxx
Parent
Default
When the system asks you to enter the language manually, use the buttons 0 to 9 on the remote control to enter the corresponding digit.
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10 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
The table below groups together the answers to the most frequently asked questions concerning the roof console display.
QUESTION
SOLUTION
The player does not work. No reaction
when the ignition is switched on and when
the POWER button is pressed.
- Check the vehicle's fuses.
- Press the RESET button.
The player does not react to pressing of the
remote control buttons.
- The remote control batteries are flat. Replace them with alkaline manganese AAA type batteries.
- The remote control sensor is hampered by objects or is dirty. Remove all objects on the remote control
receiver or clean the surface using a damp cloth.
Image or sound interference while playing
a DVD. The image remains frozen during
play.
The player cannot read the disc. The discs may be damaged or dirty.
The player does not play the disc inserted.
- The format of the disc does not correspond to the specifications of the player.
- If it is cold, condensation may have formed on the laser. Wait approximately 5 minutes to allow the humidity
to evaporate.
The player operates with no effect
(frozen image).
- Switch off the player then switch it back on to return to normal operation.
- Press the RESET button.
The language is incorrect, the DVD menu
or the subtitles are set once the DVD has
been inserted.
Check the output languages on the PREFERENCES menu.
When a DVD/VCD/SVCD is played, the
density of the colours is too weak/too
strong.
- Remove the disc.
- Using the 7 or 8 buttons, set the COLOUR value required and insert the disc again.
- To restore the default value, remove the disc and press the DISP button.
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