Peugeot 3008 Mini Manual

Peugeot 3008 Mini Manual
HANDBOOK
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EXTERIOR
Welcome lighting
This additional exterior and interior lighting, controlled remotely, makes your approach to the vehicle easier when the
light is poor.
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Directional lighting
This lighting automatically provides additional visibility when cornering.
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Panoramic sunroof
This roof provides incomparable visibility
and light in the passenger compartment.
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Grip control
This special traction control system improves the traction of 2 wheel drive
vehicles in snow, mud and sand.
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EXTERIOR
Temporary tyre repair kit
This kit is a complete system, consisting
of a compressor and an integrated sealant, for the temporary repair of a tyre.
When using an automatic car wash:
- unscrew the aerial,
- fold back the mirrors.
Lower tailgate
This lower tailgate permits remarkable
accessibility and makes the loading of
bulky objects easier.
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Visual and audible front and/or rear
parking sensors
This system warns you if an obstacle is
detected behind or in front of the vehicle
in reverse or forward gear.
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OPEN
Remote control key
Welcome lighting
Fuel tank
A. Unfolding/Folding of the key.
When the light is poor, detected by
a sensor, the remote switching on of
the dipped headlamps and sidelamps
makes your approach to the vehicle
easier.
This function can be programmed via
the con¿guration menu.
1. Opening the fuel ¿ller Àap.
2. Opening and hooking the fuel ¿ller
cap.
Normal locking
(press once; ¿xed lighting of
the direction indicators).
or
Deadlocking of the vehicle
(press twice in succession;
¿xed lighting of the direction
indicators).
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The type of fuel to be used is indicated
on the inner face of the fuel ¿ller Àap.
Capacity of the tank: approximately
60 litres.
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Complete or selective unlocking of the vehicle
(rapid Àashing of the direction
indicators).
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OPEN
Lower tailgate
Boot
Opening
) After unlocking the vehicle using the
remote control or the key, press the
handle A and lift the tailgate.
Closing
) After closing the lower tailgate, pull
the handle B downwards to guide
the tailgate.
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Closing
) Raise the tailgate D, push it fully to
close it, check that it is locked correctly.
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Opening
) Push the handle C to the right and
tilt the tailgate D.
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INTERIOR
Electric parking brake
This combines the functions of automatic application on switching off the
engine and automatic release on acceleration.
Manual application/release is possible.
Head-up display
This system projects certain information
into the ¿eld of vision of the driver: speed,
cruise control/speed limiter and Distance
alert.
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Audio and communication systems
These systems bene¿t from the latest
technology: MP3 compatible Peugeot
Connect Sound, Peugeot Connect USB,
Bluetooth, Peugeot Connect Navigation
or Peugeot Connect Media with 16/9 retractable colour screen, JBL audio system, auxiliary sockets.
Dual-zone digital air conditioning
This systems allows different levels of
comfort to be set for the driver and front
passenger. It then controls these level
automatically according to the ambient
conditions.
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Peugeot Connect
Media
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Peugeot Connect
USB
Peugeot Connect
Navigation
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Bluetooth
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261,
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Peugeot Connect
Sound
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PEUGEOT
Assistance
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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Cruise control/speed limiter
switches.
2. Steering wheel adjustment control.
3. Lighting and direction indicator
control stalk.
4. Instrument panel.
5. Driver's airbag.
Horn.
6. Gear lever.
7. Electric parking brake.
8. Front armrest - Peugeot Connect
USB and/or auxiliary socket.
9. Bonnet release.
11. Alarm button.
Parking sensors button.
Dynamic stability control button
(ESP/ASR).
12. Manual headlamp adjustment.
Instrument panel navigator
associated with the Peugeot
Connect Media.
13. Door mirror controls.
Electric window controls.
Child lock.
14. Front side window demisting vent.
15. Windscreen demisting vent.
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10. Driver's storage compartment
(Handbook).
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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Steering lock and ignition.
2. Audio and telematics system
steering mounted control.
3. Wipers/wash-wipe/trip computer
control stalk.
4. Central adjustable air vents.
5. Head-up display.
6. Multifunction screen.
7. Passenger's airbag.
8. Side adjustable air vent.
9. Glove box - Audio/video sockets Passenger's airbag deactivation.
10. Storage compartment with net.
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11. Grip control switch.
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12. 12 V accessories socket.
13. Grab handle.
14. Heating/air conditioning controls.
15. Audio and telematics system.
16. Buttons:
- head-up display,
- hazard warning lamps,
- Distance alert,
- central locking.
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SITTING COMFORTABLY
Driver's seat
Forwards-backwards
Height
Seat back angle
Manual adjustment
Electric adjustment
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SITTING COMFORTABLY
Steering wheel adjustment
Table position
(front passenger seat)
1. Unlock the control.
2. Adjust for height and reach.
3. Lock the control.
To place objects on the table or to make
the loading of long objects in the vehicle
easier.
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Front seats
Head restraint height and angle
Lumbar
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Front armrest
As a safety precaution, these operations must only be carried out when
stationary.
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This incorporates the Peugeot Connect
USB and/or a JACK auxiliary socket.
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SITTING COMFORTABLY
Rear view mirror
Front seat belts
Door mirrors
Manual model
1. Selection of the "day" position of the
mirror.
2. Adjustment of the mirror.
A. Selection of the mirror to be adjusted.
B. Adjustment of the position of the
mirror in the four directions.
1. Fastening of the buckle.
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Also...
C. Folding/Unfolding.
2. Height adjustment.
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Automatic day/night model
1. Adjustment of the mirror.
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Adjustment
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SEEING CLEARLY
Lighting
Direction indicators
Wipers
Ring A
Raise or lower the lighting stalk passing
the point of resistance; the corresponding direction indicators will Àash for as
long as the stalk remains in this position.
Stalk A: windscreen wipers
"Motorway" function
Press the lighting stalk up or down once,
without passing the point of resistance;
the corresponding direction indicators
will Àash three times.
This function can be used at any speed,
but it is particularly useful when changing lane on high-speed roads.
Switching off "AUTO"
) Push the stalk up and return it to
position "0".
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Lighting off.
Automatic illumination of headlamps.
Sidelamps.
Dipped/main beam headlamps.
Ring B
Rear foglamp.
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Ring B: rear wiper
or
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Front and rear foglamps.
Park.
Intermittent wipe.
Wash-wipe.
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Switching on "AUTO"
) Press the stalk down and release it.
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VENTILATION
Recommended interior settings
Heating or Manual Air Conditioning
I require...
Air distribution
Air Àow
Air recirculation/
Intake of outside air
Temperature
Manual A/C
COLD
DEMISTING
DEFROSTING
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HOT
Digital air conditioning: we recommend use of the fully automatic mode by pressing the "AUTO" button.
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MONITORING
Warning lamps
Instrument panel
Switch panels
Lower
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Lighting of the indicator lamp indicates
the status of the corresponding function.
A. With the ignition on, the needle
should indicate the level of fuel remaining.
B. With the engine running, its associated low level warning light should
switch off.
C. With the ignition on, the oil level indicator should display "OIL OK" for
a few seconds.
If the levels are not correct, top up the
levels which are low.
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1. With the ignition on, the orange and
red warning lamps come on.
2. With the engine running, these
warning lamps should switch off.
If warning lamps remain on, refer to the
page concerned.
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A. Interior volumetric
protection alarm.
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B. Visual and audible
parking sensors.
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C. ESP OFF (without
Grip control).
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D. Child lock
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Central
E. Head-up display.
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F. Hazard warning
lamps.
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G. Distance alert.
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H. Central locking.
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Passenger's front airbag
Seat belts and passenger's
front airbag
Child lock
(locking of the rear doors)
1. Insert the key.
2. Select the position:
"OFF" (deactivation), with "rear facing" child seat,
"ON" (activation), with front passenger or "forwards facing" child seat.
3. Remove the key keeping the switch
in the new position.
A. Front and/or rear seat belts not fastened/unfastened warning lamp.
B. Front left seat belt warning lamp.
C. Front right seat belt warning lamp.
D. Rear right seat belt warning lamp.
E. Rear centre seat belt warning lamp.
F. Rear left seat belt warning lamp.
G. Passenger's front airbag deactivated warning lamp.
H. Passenger's front airbag activated
warning lamp.
Lighting of the indicator lamp indicates
the status of the corresponding function.
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PASSENGER SAFETY
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ARRANGE YOUR BOOT
3 position adjustable boot
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Low position (150 kg max).
Intermediate position (100 kg max).
High position (50 kg max) with the lower
tailgate closed to isolate the lower part
of the boot.
) To release the Àoor, push
slightly
forwards
then
raise.
) Use the stops A, placed on each
side of the boot to change the
height of the Àoor more easily.
From the high position, place the Àoor
in this position (at an angle), two stops
support it to allow access underneath it
or to the spare wheel.
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ARRANGE YOUR BOOT
) Place the movable Àoor in the intermediate position.
) Check that nothing is preventing
the seat backs from folding (front
seats suf¿ciently advanced, head
restraints, seat belts, ...).
) Check also that no object on or
under the seat could hinder its
movement.
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) Pull the control of the 1/3 section,
from the boot.
) Pull the control of the 2/3 section,
from the boot.
The seats are aligned with the movable
Àoor and the lower tailgate.
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Rear seats
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DRIVING SAFELY
Hill start assist
Electric parking brake
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Manual application/release
The parking brake can be applied manually by pulling the control A.
When the ignition is on, the parking
brake can be released manually by
pressing the brake pedal and pulling
then releasing the control A.
Automatic application/release
Press the accelerator and release the
clutch, the parking brake is released
automatically and progressively on acceleration.
When the engine is switched off, the
parking brake is applied automatically.
If this warning lamp is lit on the
instrument panel, the automatic
application/release are deactivated.
Before getting out of the
vehicle, check that the
braking warning lamp
(red !) and the warning
lamp P on the control A, are on (not
Àashing).
If you get out of your vehicle
with the engine running, apply
the parking brake manually.
Before getting out of the
vehicle, check that the
braking warning lamp
(red !) and the warning
lamp P on the control A are on (not
Àashing).
Do not leave a child alone in
the vehicle with the ignition on;
they could release the parking
brake.
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Your vehicle is equipped with a system
which keeps it immobile for a short time
(approximately 2 seconds) to assist you
when starting on a hill, the time required
for you to move your foot from the brake
pedal to the accelerator pedal.
This function is only active:
- when the vehicle has been immobilised completely with your foot on the
brake pedal,
- on certain gradients,
- when the driver's door is closed.
Do not get out of the vehicle
during the hill start assist temporary hold phase.
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DRIVING SAFELY
Distance alert
Head-up display
Grip control
1. Head-up display on/off.
2. Brightness adjustment.
3. Display height adjustment.
1. Distance alert on /off.
2. Alert value increase/decrease.
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ESP (normal mode).
Snow.
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All terrain.
Sand.
ESP OFF.
The adjustments must be
made with the engine running
and the vehicle stationary.
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DRIVING SAFELY
Speed limiter "LIMIT"
Cruise control "CRUISE"
1.
2.
3.
4.
1. Cruise control mode Selection/Off.
2. Programming a speed/Decreasing
the programmed value.
3. Programming a speed/Increasing
the programmed value.
4. Cruise control Off/Resume.
Limiter mode Selection/Off.
Decreasing the programmed value.
Increasing the programmed value.
Speed limiter On/Off.
Display on the instrument panel
The values must be set with
the engine running.
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In order to be programmed or
activated, the vehicle speed
must be higher than 25 mph
(40 km/h), with at least fourth gear
engaged on the manual gearbox
(second gear for the 6-speed electronic gear control gearbox or automatic gearbox).
The cruise control or speed limiter mode
appears on the instrument panel when
it is selected.
Cruise control
Speed limiter
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DRIVING SAFELY
6-speed electronic
gear control gearbox
"Tiptronic - Porsche system"
gearbox
1. Gear lever.
2. Button "S" (sport).
3. Steering mounted "-" paddle.
4. Steering mounted "+" paddle.
This six-speed gearbox offers a choice
between the comfort of fully automatic
operation or the pleasure of manual
gear changing.
1. Gear lever.
2. Button "S" (sport).
3. Button "7" (snow).
Moving off
Moving off
) Select position N and press the
brake pedal ¿rmly while starting the
engine.
) Engage ¿rst gear (position A or M)
or reverse (position R) using the
gear lever 1.
) Take your foot off the brake pedal
then accelerate.
) Select position P or N and press the
brake pedal ¿rmly while starting the
engine.
) Select position R, D or M.
) Take your foot off the brake pedal,
then accelerate.
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This 6-speed gearbox offers a choice
between the comfort of fully automatic
operation or the pleasure of manual
gear changing.
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