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MECHANICALS
ENGINES - - - - - - - - - - ENGINES COOLING - - MANUAL GEARBOX - - AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
SUSPENSION - - - - - - - BRAKES - - - - - - - - - - WHEELS AND TYRES - PEDAL UNIT - - - - - - - -
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EQUIPEMENT
ELECTRICAL ARCHITECTURE
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ENGINE CONTROL MODULE (BM34) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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BUILT-IN SYSTEMS INTERFACE (BSI1) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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STEERING COLUMN CONTROL MODULE (CV00) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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INSTRUMENT PANEL (0004) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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SCREENS (7215) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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DRIVER INFORMATION
LIST OF MESSAGES, SOUNDS AND WARNING LIGHTS
TRIP COMPUTER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ENGINE OIL PRESSURE, LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE ODOMETER / MAINTENANCE INDICATOR - - - - - - - - - DATE AND TIME - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FUEL LEVEL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ENGINE SPEED - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VEHICLE SPEED - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE - - - - -
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COMMUNICATION
RADIO, CD CHANGER - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DRIVING COMFORT
AIR CONDITIONING - - - - - - - SEATS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - DOOR AND WINDOW CONTROLS
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - - - - - - SUNROOF - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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SECURITY
TRANSPONDER IMMOBILISER (ADC2) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Page
CENTRAL LOCKING / UNLOCKING / DEADLOCKING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Page
ALARM - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Page
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LIGHTING AND INDICATORS
DRIVING LIGHTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - INTERIOR LIGHTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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LIGHTING AND INDICATORS
DRIVING SCHOOL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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VISIBILITY
DE-ICING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - FRONT WIPERS / WASHERS / HEADLIGHT WASCHERS - - - - - - - - - - - - - ELECTRIC REAR VIEW MIRRORS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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DRIVING AIDS
VARIABLE POWER STEERING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - VEHICLE BRAKING (ABS) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM (ESP) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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VEHICLE CRUISE CONTROL UNDER DYNAMIC STABILITY CONTROL
CRUISE CONTROL - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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PASSIVE SAFETY
AIRBAGS / PYROTECHNICS SEATBELTS - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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ENERGY MANAGEMENT
MANAGING THE BATTERY CHARGE - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - LOADING / LOAD SHEDDING - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - STANDBY / WAKE UP - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
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AN INNOVATIVE CONCEPT
Positioned as a full-size saloon, the 307, thanks to its innovative hatchback architecture, is a
modern vehicle, offering generous interior space.
EXTERIOR STYLING
An innovative style with a radical change in architecture and proportions :
• An exceptionally large glass area,
• Increase in the vehicle height,
• A very spacious passenger compartment,
• A very pronounced sloping windscreen,
• A shorter bonnet.
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INTERIOR STYLING
It makes the most of the interior space and light afforded by the innovative choice of architecture, whilst ensuring
the well-being of all passengers and driving comfort for the driver.
Construction of the passenger compartment was also guided by the desire for more practicality, by offering numerous storage compartments with dimensions larger than those of competitor vehicles (glovebox - 18 litres -, tidy
tray, compartments on the sides of the front seats, seatback pockets, centre console, control panel…).
The 307 is innovative in its interior trim, offering a range of COMBINATIONS. Combinations of materials in different colours provide a personalised interior environment.
The M1 quality standards are much closer to those of the next segment up, the (M2).
The use of quality materials (fabrics, finish and feel of the components, general harmony) and careful finishing,
bring the 307 on a level with the GOLF IV (the M1 segment benchmark).
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TECHNOLOGICAL CONTENT
The 307 has a high technological content (same level as the 607)
Active safety
• ABS,
• EVA or emergency braking assistance,
• REF or electronic braking distribution,
• ESP or dynamic stability control, coupled with traction control (optional or standard depending on country),
• Automatic hazard warning lights, in case of high deceleration.
Passive safety
Front seats with active seatback to avoid "whiplash" in case of rear impact,
Active footrest, LHD only,
Curtain airbags.
Dynamic comfort
• variable power steering with electric pump system,
• cruise control optional,
• automatic headlights as daylight level fades (depending on equipment),
• " Follow Me Home " function, in combination with the automatic headlights system.
Environmental protection
The particle filter (FAP) fitted to the DW10ATED engine.
Communications: Radio GPS WAP
Available for use with the radio CD equipment, a range of communications equipment, with three option levels,
giving the customer the freedom to communicate (GSM, WAP) and drive (GPS, trip computer) in complete safety.
Information is provided by voice synthesis and displayed on a screen (7" monochrome or 16/9 colour depending on
the definition chosen).
Multiplexing
The increase in on-board electronic equipment, to meet regulations as well as for the comfort and safety of the occupants, requires the appropriate electronic architecture in the form of multiplexing. The related architecture generates major savings in the complexity of the wiring harness and offers the customer new functions (faster, more
reliable and lighter).
Running gear
First contact with the road is via the large 15, 16 or 17-inch wheels, depending on the definition chosen. They are
fitted to new front and rear suspensions designed to meet the highest criteria in terms of active safety, road-holding
and driving comfort. The large disc brakes on all 4 wheels, ventilated at the front, provide efficient braking under all
circumstances.
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Range
COMBINATIONS
COMBINATIONS
XR PRESENCE
XTXS
XSI
LEATHER
XT PREMIUM
XS PREMIUM
STANDARD
STANDARD EQUIPMENT
SIMPLE OPTIONS
OPTION PACKS
PACKS
Normal spare wheel,
ELECTRIC SUNROOF
4 disc brakes, ABS, braking assistance,
STYLE LOOK
PROTECTION LOOK
Height and depth adjustable
steering column
ALARM
DEADLOCKING (2 PLIP KEYS)
VISIBILITY
AIR CONDITIONING
Central locking
(1 simple key + 1 plip),
STANDARD AIR CON
Convex driver's RV mirror
(except Australia),
AUTOMATIC AIR CON
Driver seatbelt switch
FRONT FOG LIGHTS
DRIVER INFORMATION
ELECTRICS SPEC I
Driver and passenger front and side airbags,
ELECTRICS SPEC II
ELECTRICS SPEC III
Pollen filter,
CRUISE CONTROL
ALLOY WHEELS
Active seatbacks,
(anti " whiplash "),
3rd HEAD RESTRAINT
SAFETY
SPECIFIC VERSIONS
60/40 folding rear seat,
STORAGE
Dual headlights,
ERGONOMICS
COMMERCIAL
Headlight level adjustment,
Flasher side repeaters.
DRIVING SCHOOL
POLICE,...
RADIOS AND COMMUNICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS
COMMUNICATIONS 1
INC. GPS
RB3 CASSETTE
RT3 MONO CD
CD CHANGER
COMMUNICATIONS2NAV
MONOCHROME.
COMMUNICATIONS 3
NAV COLOUR
RD3 MONO CD
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Option pack details
SAFETY
(standard EUROPE)
Front and rear side airbags
Front head and chest side airbags
ELECTRICS SPEC I
Front anti-pinch one-touch electric windows
Electric, de-icing rear view mirrors
ELECTRICS SPEC II
Front anti-pinch one-touch electric windows
Rear anti-pinch one-touch electric windows
Electric, de-icing rear view mirrors
ELECTRICS SPEC III
(5-DOOR)
Front anti-pinch one-touch electric windows
Rear anti-pinch one-touch electric windows
Electric, de-icing rear view mirrors
Electrically folding rear view mirrors
ELECTRICS SPEC III b
(3-DOOR)
Front anti-pinch one-touch electric windows
Electric, de-icing rear view mirrors
Electrically folding rear view mirrors
STYLE LOOK
Body colour coded door handles
Body colour coded hatch handle
Body colour coded rear view mirrors
PROTECTION LOOK
Body colour coded side mouldings
Body colour coded bumper inserts
VISIBILITY
Automatic wiper
Fog lights
Automatic headlights
WINTER
Heated front seats
Headlight washers
ERGONOMICS
Passenger seat height adjustment
Front armrests (except on 3-door)
Roof spectacle holder
Illuminating courtesy mirrors
STORAGE
Rear armrests + integrated storage compartments
Drawers under front seats
Roof spectacle holder
Rear 12V socket
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GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
Vehicle identification, weights and towing weights (in KG)
Engine type
Engine
Gearbox
KFW
TU3JP+
MA
NFU
TU5JP4
BE4
NFU
TU5JP4
AL4
RFN
EW10J4
BE4
RFN
EW10J4
AL4
RHY
DW10TD
BE4
Unladen weight
without option
1159
1193
1229
1219
1255
1243
Gross vehicle
laden weight
1659
1693
1729
1719
1755
1743
Gross train weight
2859
2993
3029
3019
3055
3043
Braked trailer
(within GTW limit)
1200
1300
1300
1300
1300
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Performance
PETROL
TU3JP+
(Automatic gearbox)
TU5JP4
3P
3AKFWB
Type approval code
5P
3P
3CKFWB
3ANFUB
168
EW10J4
5P
3P
5P
3CNFUB
3ARFNB
Km/h
Acceleration
0-100 km/h
Sec
15,2
15,4
11,6
(13,9)
11,7
(14,1)
9,8
(11,7)
9,8
(11,8)
400 m standing start
Sec
19,8
19,8
18,1
(19,5)
18,2
(19,5)
17,0
(18,2)
17,1
(18,3)
1000 m standing start
Sec
36,3
36,5
33,0
(35,0)
33,1
(35,1)
30,9
(32,6)
31
(32,7)
80 - 120 km/h in 5th
Sec
19,9
20,7
16,4 (-)
16,6 (-)
12,7 (-)
12,9 (-)
Urban consumption
L
9,1
9,5 (9,8)
10,9 (10,4)
Extra-urban consumption
L
5,5
5,8 (6,3)
6,2 (6,4)
Mixed consumption
L
6,8
7,2 (7,8)
7,9 (8,0)
DIESEL
190 (187)
3CRFNB
Top speed (km/h)
205 (202)
DV4TD
DW10TD
(Automatic gearbox)
3P
5P
Type approval code
3ARHYB
3CRHYB
Top speed (km/h)
Km/h
Acceleration
0-100 km/h
Sec
13,6
13,8
19,1
3P
179
DW10ATED
5P
3P
161
5P
193
13,4
13,6
11,4
11,3
400 m standing start
Sec
19,1
19,0
19,0
17,9
17,9
1000 m standing start
Sec
35
35,2
35,0
35,1
32,9
32,8
80 - 120 km/h in 5th
Sec
15,7
15,9
15,6
15,6
12,9
13,1
Urban consumption
L
6,9
5,6
6,8
Extra-urban consumption
L
4,3
4,0
4,5
Mixed consumption
L
5,2
4,6
5,4
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VIN code changes
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Family
Body style
Engine type
Version /Antipoll standard
Serial N°
CONFIGURATIONS
3-door saloon
Cabriolet
5-door saloon
4-door three-box saloon
Estate
Leisure estate (3 rows of seats)
3-door non-convertible commercial saloon
MPV (saloon derivative)
Coupé
3-door sports saloon (if base A)
5-door sports saloon (if base A)
New code
(Peugeot and Citroën)
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B
C
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E
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C
D
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B
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Manufacturer's plate and label locations
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AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT
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KG
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KG
VF33CRFNB00000000
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AIRBAG
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OFF
ON
OFF
OFF
ON
AIRBAG PASS
AIRBAG PASS
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B
G
ATTENTION DIESEL
WARNING
DIESEL
A - VIN on dashboard,
B - Inflation pressure, DAM number and body colour code
C - AIRBAGS lettering (dashboard side),
D - VIN stamped on body,
E - Manufacturer's plate,
F - Recommended lubricant located on top of grille,
G - Recommended fuel located on fuel flap.
SPECIFIC RHD COMPONENTS
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Dashboard (ECU's located as per LHD),
Pedal unit,,
Instrument panel,
Headlights,
Steering rack and steady bearing (high speed impact buffer)
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JACKING
A
IMPORTANT: Jacking by the subframe or rear suspension is strictly forbidden
Jacking is from the side along the body seam using jacking plate (A). Axle stands are fitted under the jacking
points also designed for jacking the vehicle with the vehicle jack.
STRUCTURE
General
The bodyshell is completely new. The structure is comprised of reinforced areas and crumple zones
thus limiting the risk of injury to the occupants. The body is assembled with 4 300 spot welds and by braze welding.
Its weight with the removable parts is 373 Kg for the 5-door version. The thickness of the finishing panels is 0.67
mm. The use of high yield strength steel sheet has enabled a reduction in thickness of the structural components.
The weight-saving generated is 28 Kg.In addition, certain stiffeners are made from very high yield strength steel
sheet which has even stronger mechanical characteristics. This very high yield strength technology gives an extra
weight-saving of 8.9 Kg.
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The main reinforced components
Front impact strengthening:
At the rear the side rail is composed of two parts. It is composed of butt-welded steel sheet pieces
The bumper beam is of the crumple type. It is 2 mm thick.
Rear impact strengthening :
Rear side member stiffeners.
The rear bumper beam is in very high yield strength steel sheet.
Thickness 2,44 mm
Thickness 1,77 mm
Thickness 2,44 mm
Thickness 1,77 mm
Thickness 2 mm
Thickness 1,47 mm
Thickness 1,47 mm
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Side impact stiffeners :
The centre pillar and windscreen upright internal stiffeners are in VHYS steel sheet. The outer side member and
front pillar are in HYS steel sheet.
Thickness 0,97 mm
VERY HIGH YIELD STRENGTH STEEL SHEET
HIGH YIELD STRENGTH STEEL SHEET
Thickness 1,47 mm
Thickness 1,17 mm
Thickness 0,97 mm
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Specific components.
Passenger compartment side
Front side rail repair cut
Rear side rail repair cut
Use templates for cutting and repair.
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HINGED PANELS
Door hinges
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Hinge
Bolt front pillar side
Bolt door side
Pin
Centring bush
Clip
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5
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5
2
4
The door hinges are bolted on and have locating systems (1 bolt in door and 2 in pillar)
The bushes (5) must be changed systematically each time the pin (4) is removed.
Hatch hinges
The hatch hinges are of the gooseneck type. They are bolted on.
Adjustment is from the inside with the hatch closed.
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Doors
Door composition
The doors are of the flush-fitting type. The skin is 0.67 mm thick.
Burglar-proofing
REAR DOOR
FRONT DOOR
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Front door quarterlight
A
The front door has a fixed quarterlight glass with moulded-on seal (A). The exterior rear view mirror is fixed to the
fixed glass mounting plate and to the door.
Bonnet
The bonnet is in sheet aluminium. It is 1.2 mm thick. The aluminium inner panel is 1 mm thick. Assembly of the outer
panel and the inner panel is by bonding and crimping, and in certain areas, by clinching.
In addition, to prevent electro-chemical corrosion in the areas in contact with steel components (hinges), special bolts
are used. The same bolts must be used in case of repair work. Panel beating operations require the use of tools used
strictly only for aluminium (risk of corrosion due to contact). Preparation and painting is specific to aluminium.
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Hatch
The hatch is of the top-hinged type with built-in spoiler. The steel sheet skin is 0.67 mm thick.
It is fitted with an electrically operated lock.
FRONT WINGS
The front wings are in "NORYL", a thermoplastic. They are mounted on sliding shear mountings with 1/4 plastic clips
at the top.
In case of minor impact (15 km/h), these clips shear avoiding damage to the wing.
The wing is 2.1 mm thick and weighs 1.9 kg (weight-saving of 4 kg).
This material has the advantage of being flexible, and therefore better withstands minor impacts.
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GLASS
Windscreen
The windscreen is very curved, asymmetric in shape, composed of 2 different thicknesses of glass (for improved
rigidity and noise-deadening).
It is of the heat-reflecting, green tinted type, 4.6 mm thick. It has a moulded-on seal (A), 2 spacers at the bottom
and an organic reinforcement (B).
A
C
615
B
Y0
2 SPACERS
310
90
90
EDGE REFERENCE
EDGE REFERENCE
To remove the windscreen, the 607 Kit must be used P/N 9769.HL (wire P/N 9769.HQ).
SPECIAL FEATURES :
There is a double mastic bead (C) at the bottom of the screen (improved noise-deadening).
When working in the engine compartment, care must be taken not to hit the bottom of the overhanging windscreen for risk of damaging it.
Rear screen
The rear screen does not have a moulded-on seal. 4 pressure and locating spacers (A) are glued to the hatch
screen surround at the sides and a 5th (B) at the top.
B
A
The screen is 3 mm thick.
Door glasses
The door glasses are 3 mm thick and are in green tinted toughened glass.
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BUMPER
Front bumper
6
5
3
3
4
1
2
1
The grille is incorporated into the bumper. The inserts (1), the lip (2), the impact absorbers (3), the lower grille (4)
and the radiator grille (5) may be unclipped. The badge (6) is screwed to the grille.
Rear bumper
8
9
8
7
The inserts (7) and the impact absorbers (8) may be unclipped.
Bumper mount (9).
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COMPOSITE MATERIALS
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17
17
14
10
16
2
3
9
12
15
8
13
4
5
18
1
6
Types of composite materials :
• Parts in NORYL
1 - Front wings
• Parts in polybutylene terephtalate
2 - Door handle casing and external lever.
3 - Marque badge (rear)
• Parts in polypropylethylene
4 - Front and rear bumpers
5 - Front and rear bumper inserts
6 - Wheelarch liner
• Parts in polypropylene (EPDM)
7 - Body side moulding
8 - Front lip
• Parts in polyoxyphenylene
9 - Fuel flap
• Parts in acrylonitrile butadiene
10 - Rear view mirror casing
11 - Rear view mirror trim
12 - Flasher wing repeater
• Parts in polycarbonate
13 - Front light clusters
• Parts in polymethyl methacrylate (P.P.M.A.)
14 - 3rd brake light lamp (plate)
15 - Rear light cluster (mount in ABS)
• Parts in acrylonitrile styrene acrylate
16 - Marque front badge (radiator grille)
• Part in polyoxymethylene (POM)
17 - Roof gutter trim
• Part in polyamide (PA)
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307 BODY
ANTI-CORROSION PROTECTION
The anti-corrosion warranty is extended to 12 years. The percentage of pre-coated metal is 89%.
BODY COLOURS
Type
Description
Code
Plain
Banquise white
Santorin blue
Vallelunga Red
EWP
EGJ
EKB
Metallic
Obsidien Black
Sidobre grey
Quartz Grey
Aluminium grey*
Recife Blue
Ouranos green*
Sherwood green
Persépolis yellow*
Purple*
GOA copper*
EXL
EZA
EYC
EZR
KMF
KSM
KRF
KAW
KKG
KEA
Pearl
Lucifer Red
China Blue
EKQ
EGE
(* = new colours)
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE
The transverse mounted engines meet the European emissions control standard Euro3 (L4). In addition, the
TU5JP4, EW10J4 and DV4TD engines can meet the Euro4 (L5) standard to benefit from tax concessions (e.g.:
Germany…).
On all engines, the EOBD system (European On Board Diagnostic) monitors emission control operation. If the engine exceeds the emission control standards tolerated by the Euro3 standard, the EOBD alerts the driver of a malfunction (engine ECU diagnostic warning light comes on).
PETROL ENGINES.
Characteristics
PETROL
Number of cylinders
Engine type
Cubic capacity (cc)
Power kW (bhp) - engine speed (rpm)
Torque (Nm) - engine speed (rpm)
Bore x stroke (cm)
Compression ratio
Number of valves
Injection system
TU3JP+
TU5JP4
4 in line
NFU
1587
79 (110) – 5500
150 – 4500
78.5 x 82
11:1
16
Bosch ME.7.4.4
KFW
1360
55 (75) – 5500
120 – 3000
75 x 77
10.5:1
8
Sagem S2000
EW10J4
RFN
1998
99 (138) –6000
190 – 4100
85 x 88
10.8:1
16
M.M 4.8P
• TU3JP+
TU3JP/euro 3
C (N.m)
140,0
P (kW)
60,0
120,0
50,0
100,0
40,0
80,0
30,0
60,0
Cm
40,0
20,0
Pm
20,0
10,0
0,0
0,0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
NN(tr/min)
(rpm)
• TU5JP4
C (N.m)
TU5JP4/euro 3
P (kW)
160,0
90,0
80,0
140,0
70,0
60,0
50,0
40,0
30,0
20,0
10,0
0,0
120,0
100,0
80,0
60,0
40,0
Cm
20,0
Pm
0,0
1000
2000
3000
4000
N
N (tr/min)
(rpm)
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6000
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• EW10J4
EW10J4/euro 3
C (N.m)
250,0
P (kW)
120,0
100,0
200,0
80,0
150,0
60,0
100,0
Cm
40,0
Pm
50,0
20,0
0,0
0,0
1000
2000
3000
4000
NN(tr/min)
(rpm)
Air induction systems.
TU3JP+
TU5JP4
EW10J4
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6000
7000
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DIESEL ENGINES
Characteristics .
DIESEL
DW10TD
DW10ATED (*)
Number of cylinders
4 in line
Engine type
RHY
RHZ
Cubic capacity (cc)
Power kW (bhp) - engine speed (rpm)
Torque (Nm) - engine speed (rpm)
DV4TD (*)
8HZ
1998
1398
66 (90) – 4000
80 (110) – 4000
50 (70) –4000
205 – 2000
250 – 1750
150 – 1750
Bore x stroke (cm)
85 x 88
Compression ratio
83,7 x 82
18:1
18:1
Number of valves
18:1
8
HDi injection system
Siemens (SID801)
Turbocharger
Intercooler
Bosch (EDC15C2)
YES
no
Bosch (EDC16)
Bosch (EDC15C2)
YES
Air / Air
(*) not available on launch in France
YES
no
DW10TD/euro 3
C
(N.m)
T (N.nm)
250,0
• DW10TD and DW10ATED
P (kW)
(kW)
P
70,0
60,0
200,0
50,0
150,0
40,0
100,0
30,0
Cm
20,0
Pm
50,0
10,0
0,0
0,0
1000
2000
3000
4000
5000
N
N (tr/min)
(rpm)
TC (N.nm)
(N.m)
300,0
DW10ATED FAP/euro 3
P
(kW)
P (kW)
90,0
80,0
250,0
70,0
60,0
200,0
50,0
150,0
DW10TD/DW10ATED air induction system.
40,0
100,0
Cm
50,0
Pm
30,0
20,0
10,0
0,0
0,0
1000
2000
3000
NN
(tr/min)
(rpm)
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DW10TD L4 turbocharger output
3
8
1
2
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Inlet manifold
EGR valve
Manifold / EGR valve hose
Induction air coupling
Exhaust manifold
Turbocharger
EGR metering valve
EGR radiator
Intercooler
5
7
6
4
DW10ATED L4 turbocharger output
4
3
7
9
5
6
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1
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE
• DV4TD
This new engine will replace the TUD5 and DW8 engines. This four-cylinder engine is the first of a new family of "
DV " engines. Consumption optimised, its performance (power and torque) means that it is destined to replace
higher cubic capacity engines.
DV4TD/euro 3
C (N.m)
180,0
160,0
140,0
120,0
100,0
80,0
60,0
P (kW)
60,0
50,0
40,0
30,0
20,0
Cm
40,0
20,0
0,0
1000
10,0
Pm
0,0
0,0
2000
3000
4000
5000
6000
NN(tr/min)
(rpm)
Air induction system
MAINTENANCE
Engine
Type of engine
Engine oil recommendations
Engine oil capacity
Gravity drained
Engine oil capacity
Suction drained
Interval
TU3JP+
TU5JP4
EW10J4
DW10TD
DW10ATED DV4TD
KFW
NFU
RFN
RHY
RHZ
8HZ
See CD-Rom " methods and repairs " new features chapter
3.00
3.25
4.25
3.25
4.50
4.50
4.50
4.50
See service schedule
(The moment is displayed by the maintenance indicator on the instrument panel)
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE
SPECIAL FEATURES
Fuel system
The Siemens HDi (SID 801) engines are fitted with a low pressure fuel system priming pump. This pump, of the
same type as on the TUD5 engines, is located in the engine compartment.
An "out of fuel" strategy managed by the engine ECU firstly reduces engine torque by 40% and prevents full acceleration, then cuts the engine in the second phase. This is triggered after the fuel low light comes on (65 km covered or 3.4 litres fuel consumption).
On all engine versions, the fuel pipes between the tank and the engine run through the right-hand side member stiffener.
Engine mountings
On all engine versions, the metalastic type bushes and the upper RH engine mount form a single piece.
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FUNCTION: ENGINE COOLING
As with the 607, 406 and 206, the front panel is of the mosaic single-opening type. The condenser is located in front
of the engine cooling radiator.
A six-flap anti-recycling grille is fitted to the air conditioned versions and to all diesel engine versions. As with the
607, the flaps open when on the move and close when the motor-driven fan unit is operating.
On the DW10ATED, the intercooler is to the left of the engine cooling radiator.
Air conditioning and intercooler version.
6
Cooling system characteristics
Engine
Air conditioning
Motor-driven
fan unit power
(W)
Controlled by
Triggered by
TU3JP+
no
yes
100
200
TU5JP4
no
yes
EW10J4
no
yes
100
100
200
200
DW10TD
no
yes
200
Engine ECU (1320)
Engine BSI (BM34)
Slow speed by
FRIC
Fast speed by
FRIC
105°C or 17 bar
Post-cooling
105°C for 6 min
Thermostat
starts to open
89°C
Warning
temperature
118°C
97°C or 15 bar
System
capacity
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400
DW10ATED
no
yes
DV4TD
no
yes
200
200
400
400
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE AND MECHANICALS
FUNCTION: ENGINE COOLING
Petrol engine versions without air conditioning (100 W)
Air conditioning without intercooler (200 W or 400 W).
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
Only diesel engine versions are fitted with a "coolant low" sensor .
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ASSEMBLY: MANUAL GEARBOX
PRINCIPLE
The manual five-speed gearbox is :
• of the MA or BE type, depending on the engine,
• shift is cable operated (for improved gear lever guidance),
• with a hydraulic clutch.
Gearbox type/engine version
MA
BE
TU3JP+
X
TU5JP4*
X
X
EW10J4
X
DV4TD
DW10TD
DW10ATED
X
X
X
* MA type for European countries, BE type for countries with harsh driving conditions.
The whole range is fitted with self-adjusting hydraulically operated dry single-disc clutches.
MA gearbox
BE gearbox
Service data
Oil type
BV type BE
ESSO GEAR OIL BV
Capacity
Viscosity
Top up interval
1.9 L.
75 W 80
60 000 km
BV type MA
ESSO GEAR OIL BV or
TOTAL transmission BV
2 L.
75 W 80
60 000 km
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
To improve smoothness of shift, much work has been carried out on the shift mechanism :
• lower lever demultiplication, giving a short selection and shift stroke enabling low-effort operation ,
• added weights to increase mechanism inertia, which smoothes out gear shifting tight spots.
IMPORTANT : manual boxes must be drained hot.
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FUNCTION: AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
PRINCIPLE
The automatic gearbox ECU, used with a 4-speed AL4 type gearbox :
• selects the gear ratio best adapted to the driver's driving style, the road conditions and vehicle load,
• optimises torque converter management.
LAYOUT
1600
1630
7020 / 7800
0004
1635
1320
BSI1
1640
7215
1630 (auto box ECU) manages the system.
1635 (electro-hydraulic valve block) operates the box internal brakes and clutches, and supplies the oil temperature and wear information.
1600 (shift lever position switch) position of the automatic gearbox shift lever.
1640 (auto box program selector) transmits the choice of driving mode (normal, snow or sport).
1320 (engine ECU) supplies the engine speed, torque, engine coolant temperature and manages the cruise control
system.
7020 ou 7800 (ABS or ESP ECU incorporated into the valve block) gives the average speed of the front wheels,
the speed of the rear LH and RH wheels.
ESP features : gives the order to switch to "snow" mode or prevents changing gear.
BSI1, 0004 (auto box version), 7215 displays information to the driver.
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FUNCTION: AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
FUNCTIONING
The AL4 is a " Porsche Tiptronic System" auto-active gearbox (same as 607).
There are three driving modes available, with selection displayed on the instrument panel :
the normal program if no other choice is made,
the sport program enables sportier driving and prioritises performance and acceleration,
the snow program facilitates starting and grip on slippy surfaces,
The AL4 gearbox has 5 different positions which are displayed on the instrument panel :
selection (P) : parking position, the vehicle is immobilised whatever the road gradient,
selection (R) : reverse gear,
selection (N) : neutral,
selection (D) : drive, using the 4 gears in automatic mode,
selection (M) : sequential mode, gear selection by pulling or pushing the lever.
The engine may only be started in the P and N positions.
To quit position P (Shift lock): press the brake pedal.
Service
The AL4 automatic gearbox is lifetime lubricated, the level should be checked every 60 000 km.
The AL4 has a fluid quality diagnosis system. When the fluid needs replacing, the driver is informed by the sport
and snow lights which flash on the instrument panel.
Capacities (use only ESSO LT 71141 fluid) :
gearbox fitted (draining is partial) => 4 litres,
removal-refitting of valve block sump => 1.5 litres,
draining and replacement of the valve block => 4.5 litres,
draining and replacement of the converter => 5 litres.
DOWNGRADED MODES
The box switches to downgraded mode in the following cases :
internal faults or faults on the automatic gearbox ECU (1630) power supplies ,
gearbox ratios incoherent,
faults arising from the valve block (1635),
shift pushbutton switch fault (1602),
no communication over the CAN network.
Downgraded mode description
In the D or M position, the automatic gearbox operates in the 3rd gear position and the D position is displayed on
the gearbox display pictogram. When shifting from the P to the R position, or from N to R, a heavy clunk may be
felt, but this is not harmful to the gearbox.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• If there is no communication over the VAN comfort network (or incorrect value for the gear lever position) :
− the sport and snow pictograms on the instrument panel flash for 10 seconds then go off,
− a dash appears in place of the gear display pictogram.
Any abnormal functioning of the automatic gearbox is indicated by a buzzer and a screen message (7215).
• Under braking, the automatic gearbox changes down in order to provide effective engine braking. When lifting off
the accelerator sharply, the automatic gearbox does not change up (extra safety) If the car is at its grip limit, detected by the ABS ECU (7020) or the ESP ECU (7800), the gearbox ECU (1630) inhibits changing gear.
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ASSEMBLIES: SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
The tracks of the front and rear wheels have been widened (close to those of the 406).
FRONT SUSPENSION
This is of the "inverted pseudo McPherson" type and has undergone several upgrades :
• increase in the distance between the wishbone pivots,
• alignment of the wishbone front mounting point with the swivel ball-joint,
• increased castor (thanks to the generalisation of power steering).
The upgrades to the front suspension have a two-fold objective :
• improve the vehicle dynamics (optimisation of the front suspension geometry, the shock absorbers and
the steering),
• optimise the size of the mechanical components (such as the subframe).
These improvements meet the most stringent requirements in terms of :
• active safety, roadholding and driving comfort,
• meeting the most stringent passive safety standards.
The front suspension system comprises :
• an undamped subframe,
• two forged steel wishbones swinging on two vertical metalastic type pivots and fixed to the subframe :
- the front pivot offers strict directional stability,
- the rear pivot mainly provides damping,
• a link-mounted anti-roll bar,
• two swivel pins clamped in an aluminium clevis mounted on the shock absorber,
• two pressurised hydraulic shock absorbers with offset coil springs. The top cup fixing the load-bearing
mount to the structure provides double damping.
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ASSEMBLIES: SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
CHARACTERISTICS :
Front anti-roll bar
Engine type
Regulatory engine type
Bar diameter (mm)
TU3JP+ - TU5JP4 - DV4TD EW10J4-DW10TD-DW10ATED
KFW – NFU - 8HZ
RFN – RHY - RHZ
21
22
EW10J4S2
RFP
23
Front suspension angles
Regulatory engine type
Special features
H1 (mm) +12 / -10
Track / wheel (± 0.5 mm)
Track / wheel (± 4’)
Camber (± 30')
Castor (± 30')
Pivot angle (± 30')
KFW – NFU - RHY
Type VP
Tyres
195/65 R 15
156
-1
-0°9’
0
5°18'
11°41'
RFN – RFP - RHZ
Type VP
Tyres
205/55 R 16
152
-1
-0°9’
0
5°18'
11°41'
KFW - 8HZ
Type VU
Tyres
195/65 R 15
157
-1
-0°9’
0
5°39'
11°41'
NFU – RFN - RHY
International Market
Tyres
195/65 R 15
175
-1
-0°9’
0,15
5°18'
11°16'
The hydraulic shock absorbers are of the valve type, pressurised to 3 bar.
REAR SUSPENSION
The completely new rear suspension, has a crumple cross-member. It gives a very good level of :
• roadholding, stability and driving comfort (typical Peugeot vehicle qualities),
• active safety (swerve test, etc).
Simple in design, there are several variants of this suspension unit depending on the engine fitted :
• 2 cross-member thicknesses (normal: 5 mm and large: 6 mm),
• 3 anti-roll bar variants.
The rear suspension unit is composed of four components welded together :
• the crumple cross-member (U-profile steel sheet),
• two sheet steel arms,
• a hollow anti-roll bar inside the U (internal diameter 19 mm and external diameter 26 mm).
The whole suspension unit is fixed to the structure on four metalastic type mounts :
• two in front of the cross-member (in the form of two controlled hardness rubber cylinders),
• two at the top of the hydraulic shock absorbers.
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ASSEMBLIES: SUSPENSION SYSTEMS
The valve type hydraulic shock absorbers set to 3 bar, are mounted vertically in the wheelarches. The coil springs
are fitted parallel to the shock absorbers.
CHARACTERISTICS :
Cross-members and anti-roll bars
Type of vehicle
VP
VP
VU
CRD
VP
CRD
VP
8HZ – KFW –
NFU
RHZ
KFW 8HZ
8HZ – KFW –
NFU
RFN - RHY
RFN – RHY RHZ
RFP
Cross-member thickness (mm)
5
5
6
6
6
6
6
Anti-roll bar diameter (mm
26
28
22
24,5
26
26
29
Regulatory engine type
HDC: Harsh driving conditions.
Rear suspension angles
Regulatory engine type
Special features
H1 (mm) +12 / -10
Track / wheel (± 0,5 mm)
Track / wheel (± 4’)
Camber (± 30')
KFW – NFU - RHY - 8HZ
Type VP
Tyres
195/65 R 15
150
3
0°27’
-1°15'
RFN – RFP - RHZ
Type VP
Tyres
205/55 R 16
146
3
0°27’
-1°15'
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AFFAIRE
Tyres
195/65 R 15
127
3
0°27’
-1°15'
NFU – RFN - RHY
International Market
Tyres
195/65 R 15
171
3
0°27’
-1°15'
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ASSEMBLIES: BRAKES
PRINCIPLE
The 307 is fitted standard with 4 disc brakes :
• 2 ventilated discs at the front (266x22 mm on the TU3JP and DV4TD; 283x26 mm on the other engine
versions),
• 2 discs at the rear (247x9 mm on all engine versions).
The calipers are of the single piston type (54 mm diameter at the front and 38 mm at the rear).
There is no wear indicator on the front brake pads.
The brake system is of the cross-over type and uses DOT 4 fluid.
FUNCTIONING
Electronic braking distribution (REF).
This electronic safety system ensure vehicle stability, by adapting the braking pressure.
Optimisation of the braking pressure is carried out :
• between the front and rear wheels,
• between the rear LH and rear RH wheels.
Emergency braking assistance (BOSCH EVA)
In case of emergency braking, when the driver presses the brake pedal suddenly, this mechanical system amplifies
the braking pressure, in order to improve braking efficiency (using the whole of the vehicle braking potential).
The Bosch EVA braking control system is comprised of a special master cylinder and a servo identical to that on the
607.
It is a 2-state hydro-mechanical system :
• slow braking, the amplification ratio is x6,
• emergency braking, the amplification ratio is x23.
There is a special procedure for bleeding the braking system (refer to appropriate manual).
In case of high deceleration, the vehicle hazard warning lights come on automatically.
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ASSEMBLIES: WHEELS AND TYRES
PRINCIPLE
Depending on the market definition, the 307 is fitted (standard and optional) with 15, 16 or 17-inch wheels. The 15
and 16-inch wheels may be fitted with chains (not the 17-inch ones).
WHEELS
15-inch steel
(195/65 R 15 H)
16-inch steel
(205/55 R 16 V)
15-inch Apollo alloy
(195/65 R 15 H)
16-inch Ariane alloy
(205/55 R 16 V)
17-inch Challenger alloy
(205/50 R 17 W) *
TU3JP+
S
TU5JP4
S
EW10J4
DV4TD
S
DW10TD
S
DW10ATED
S
O
O
O
O
S
O
O
O
O
O
S = Standard ; O = Optional.
* Not available on launch.
As on the 406 and the 607, the spare wheel is in a weatherproof well in the bottom of the boot. It is steel or alloy
(depending on market) and the same size as the other wheels. The jack and a chock are stored inside the rim.
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ASSEMBLY: PEDAL UNIT
PRINCIPLE
The pedal unit is of the shear type as on the rest of the range.
The pedal (1) is in a composite material
1
Active footrest (LHD)
A new fixed footrest, located between the bulkhead cross-member and the floor, is composed of a plastic-coated
metal plate.
In case of impact, the cross-member may be pushed back by up to 70 mm into the passenger compartment (energy absorption). The active footrest, follows it (20 mm). The angle between the driver's foot and tibia is maintained,
thus limiting the risk of injury to the foot and leg. This device meets the most stringent of passive safety criteria.
Due to the specific architecture, the active footrest is only necessary on left-hand drive vehicles.
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EQUIPEMENT 307
ELECTRICAL ARCHITECTURE
MULTIPLEXED NETWORKS
The increasing capacity of on-board electronic equipment, demanded by the regulations, comfort and safety of the
occupants, necessitates a multiplexed architecture.
A multiplexed network is a single circuit which interlinks the electronic control units (ECU's) thus reducing the
number of connections and wires. A multiplexed architecture generates very high savings in harness complexity and
provides the customer with new features.
The Built-in Systems Interface (BSI) centralises and processes the information from the 4 networks :
• a multi-master type CAN network, connecting the BSI to the ECU's: engine management, gearbox,
anti-lock brakes or stability control, stability control steering wheel angle sensor (inter-systems network).
• a multi-master type VAN network, connecting the BSI to the equipment: instrument panel, multi-function
screen, air conditioning ECU, radio, CD changer, navigation computer (VAN comfort network).
• two master/slave type VAN networks, linking the BSI I (master) to the vehicle equipment (slaves) :
- 34-fuse engine module, the built-in systems interface, the column mounted switching module
(body 1 VAN network).
- fuel additive ECU, driving school instructor control module, front electric window motors + control
units one-touch for passenger and driver side, anti-theft alarm volumetric control unit, sunroof
motor and control unit, central locking infrared receiver (VAN body 2 network).
WIRING DIAGRAM
8602
6032
6031
1282
MODULE
AUTO ECOLE
TOIT
OUVRANT
PLIP
JAPON
1320
VAN BOD 2
(62,5 kTs/s)
BM34
1630
CV00
7803
CAN
(250 kbits/s)
VAN BOD 1
(62,5 kTs/s)
BSI1
6570
7800
7020
VAN comfort
(125 kTs/s)
8415
8500
8080
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7215
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ELECTRICAL ARCHITECTURE
MULTIPLEXED NETWORKS
BM34
BSI
CV00
0004
1320
1282
1630
2003
6031
6032
6230
6570
6810
7020
7215
7800
7803
8080
8410
8415
8500
8602
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
:
34-fuse engine module
Built-in systems interface
Steering column control module (COM2000)
Instrument panel
Engine ECU
Fuel additive ECU
Automatic gearbox ECU
Driving school instructor module
Front passenger side one-touch window motor + control unit
Front passenger side one-touch window motor + control unit
Central locking infrared receiver (plip Japan)
Airbag and pretensioner control unit
Sunroof control unit and motor
ABS ECU
Multifunction screen
Stability control ECU
Stability control steering wheel angle sensor (incorporated in CV00)
Air conditioning ECU
Radio
CD changer
Navigation ECU
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
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•
•
•
•
•
The equipment which can wake up the VAN network are :
BSI,
steering column control module (CV00),
instrument panel (0004),
radio (8410),
anti-theft alarm volumetric control unit (8602).
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ELECTRICAL ARCHITECTURE
LOCATION OF ECU's
2522
2521
BB00 8033
1506 1508 / 1509
7122
1630
1320
7025/7806
BM34
8209
8605
8410
7215
8415 / 2003
0004
CV00
8602
C001
BSI1
8080
6415
6570
6005
6036
CP01
5001
6031
6032
6573
6574
6202
6207
6820
7804
8484
6569
6212
6217
CP00
6552
6237
6260
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ELECTRICAL ARCHITECTURE
LOCATION OF ECU's
BB00
BM34
BSI1
CP00
CP01
CV00
C001
0004
1320
1506
1508
1509
1630
2003
2521
2522
5001
6005
6031
6032
6036
6202
6207
6212
6217
6237
6260
6415
6551
6552
6569
6570
6573
6574
6820
7025
7806
7122
7215
7804
8080
8033
8209
8410
8415
8484
8602
8605
Battery - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (engine compartment)
Fuse engine module - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (engine compartment)
Built-in systems interface - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Rear 12 V socket - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Front 12 V socket - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Steering column control module (COM200) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Diagnostic plug - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Instrument panel - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Engine ECU - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (engine compartment)
Two-speed resistor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Fan motor unit front panel)
Fan motor unit slow speed power relay - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Fan motor unit front panel)
Fan motor unit fast speed power relay - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (Fan motor unit front panel)
Automatic gearbox ECU - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (engine compartment)
Driving school instructor module - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Low tone horn - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (front LH wing / bumper)
High tone horn - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (front LH wing / bumper)
Rain sensor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment / windscreen)
RH door window switch - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger door)
Passenger one-touch front window motor + control unit - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger door)
Driver one-touch front window motor + control unit - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (driver door)
Window/rear view mirror control panel - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (driver door)
Front LH door lock assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (driver door)
Front RH door lock assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger door)
Rear LH door lock assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (rear LH door)
Rear RH door lock assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (rear RH door)
Boot locking release switch - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (boot)
Boot central locking motor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (boot)
Passenger side rear view mirror (external air sensor) - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger door)
RH curtain airbag module - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (roof)
LH curtain airbag module - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (roof)
Passenger airbag override switch - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (centre console)
Airbag and pretensioner control unit - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment on tunnel)
Driver side satellite sensor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment on body)
Passenger side satellite sensor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment on body)
Sunroof assembly - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (roof)
ABS hydraulic control unit - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (front LH wing)
ESP hydraulic control unit - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (front LH wing)
Power steering electric pump unit - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (front RH wing)
Multifunction screen - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Gyrometer/accelerometer sensor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment on tunnel)
Air conditioning ECU - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Sunlight thermistor - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Transponder coil - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Radio - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Compact disc changer - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment)
Radio telephone antenna - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (roof)
Anti-theft alarm volumetric control unit - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (passenger compartment above BSI)
Anti-theft alarm siren - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - (front LH wing)
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE CONTROL UNIT (BM34)
PRINCIPLE
34-fuse engine module (BM34):
The BM34, composed of two modules, is located in the engine compartment. It has three main roles :
• protection of the engine compartment power supplies by means of the fuses,
• power supply distribution (wipers, lights, etc),
• dialogue with the BSI.
LOCATION
MODULE 2
BM34
MODULE 1
FUNCTIONING
The BM34 module 1 is used for power distribution and protection of the following functions via fuses :
• fan motor unit,
• ABS / ESP (pump and solenoids),
• BSI power supply,
• heated seats,
• anti-theft switch,
• power steering (GEP).
The BM34 module 2 is used for the distribution and protection of the + BB (accessories) and + CC (ignition on)
position power supplies on the main harness and the engine harness.
Using a signal from the engine ECU (1320), the BM34 module 2 powers (same function as a double relay) the following equipment :
• Engine ECU,
• fuel pump,
• ignition coils,
• injectors (petrol),
• oxygen sensor heater elements,
• EGR solenoid valve,
• throttle housing heater element (TU3JP+ engine),
• airflow meter (HDi engine),
• air pump.
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE FUSE MODULE (BM34)
The BM 34 module 2 communicates in slave mode with the BSI via the VAN body network.
When receiving the order from the BSI, it powers :
• the air conditioning blower (relay),
• the horn,
• the dipped headlights,
• the main beam headlights,
• the front foglights,
• the front/rear screen washer pump,
• the headlight washer pump,
• the windscreen wiper.
Receiving the order from the BSI, the BM34 module 2 cuts off the power supply to the fuel pump in case of impact
(information given by the airbag ECU).
The BM34 module 2 acquires the "engine oil pressure warning" and "water in diesel fuel warning" information. This
information is read by the BSI over the VAN body network.
The BM34 module 2 acts as the wired gateway with the BSI for :
the "engine oil level" and "engine oil temperature" sensors ",
the "air conditioning compressor", "alternator excitation" and "starter solenoid" orders ".
DIAGNOSTIC
The diagnostic tool does not communicate with the BM34.
Diagnostic (fault reading, actuator test, etc) of the BM34 module 2 is through the BSI over the VAN body network.
The BM34 faults are stored in the BSI memory.
There is no diagnostic for the BM34 module 1.
There are 4 levels of BM34:
• BSM-B2 with rear screen wash,
• BSM-B3 rear screen wash, front foglights,
• BSM-B4 rear screen wash, front foglights, air pump,
• BSM-B5 rear screen wash, front foglights, air pump, headlight washers.
DOWNGRADED MODES
Loss of the + VAN: BM34 power is maintained by the + CC (ignition on).
No communication over the VAN network :
• dipped headlights function,
• status maintained of the front foglights, the air conditioning blower and the wipers on fast speed until the
+CC is cut off,
• ìfuel pump cutoff" in case of impact function is maintained.
An internal fault on the BM34 or loss of VAN communication with engine running :
• dipped headlights function.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The power supply to the BM34 modules 1 & 2 is common.
The relays are incorporated in the BM34 and only the module 2 fuses may be changed by the customer.
There are 4 levels of BM34.
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE FUSE MODULE (BM34)
MODULE 2
F3
F6
BAT
F4
F15
F1
F17
F2
F5
F9
F7
F10
F11
PM1
NOIR
PP2
GRIS
F12
PP1
VERT
F13
F8
F16
F18
EPI
MODULE 1
MF1
MF2
MF3
MF4
MF5
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MF7
MF8
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ASSEMBLY: ENGINE FUSE MODULE (BM34)
FUSES
MF1
MF2
MF3
MF4
MF5
MF6
MF7
MF8
F1
I (A)
40
30
30
70
70
20
30
70
10
POWER SUPPLY
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
+CC
F2
15
+BB
F3
10
+CC
F4
10
+CC
F5
F6
15
15
+BB
+BB
F7
F8
F9
F10
F11
F12
F13
20
+BB
15
15
10
10
15
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
+BB
F14
10
+BB
F15
30
+BB
F16
F17
30
30
+BB
+BB
F18
40
+BB
PROTECTS
GMV 100/150 and 300 Watt
ABS/ESP: pump
ABS/ESP : solenoid valves
BSI power supply +BB-1
BSI power supply +BB-2
Heated seats/(ccs police)
Anti-theft power switch
Electric power steering. (GEP)
Automatic gearbox reverse lights
Automatic gearbox starter inhibit relay order
Manual gearbox reverse lights
Vehicle speed sensor. (TU3/EW10)
CANISTER solenoid valves (TU/EW)
Fuel pump
Power steering ECU
ABS or ESP ECU
Additional heating relay signal.
Injection ECU
Fan motor unit relay signal
Automatic gearbox ECU
Shift lock relay signal
Shift lock motor signal
Automatic gearbox pushbutton signal
PF ECU
Front RH foglight
Front LH foglight
Headlight washer pump
LH headlight dipped beam
RH headlight dipped beam
RH headlight full beam
LH headlight full beam
Low tone horn
High tone horn
Front washer pump
Rear washer pump
Ignition coil (TU/EW)
Diesel heater (DW10TD)
Diesel injection pump (DV4)
EGR solenoid valve (EW10)
Diesel injection pump (DW10)
RR oxygen sensor (TU/EW)
Front oxygen sensor (TU/EW)
ECU 1320 (DW10 Siemens)
Diesel heater (DW10ATED/DV4)
Injectors (TU/EW)
Air flowmeter (DW)
Solenoid valve EGR+THR (DW10 TD)
EGR solenoid valve (DW10TD)
Coolant heat solenoid valve (DW10ATED)
Air heat solenoid valve (DW10ATED)
Turbo pressure control solenoid valve (DW10ATED)
Air flowmeter (DV4)
Air pump
Front wiper slow speed
Front wiper fast speed
Air conditioning blower
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ASSEMBLY: BUILT-IN SYSTEMS INTERFACE (BSI1)
PRINCIPLE
The BSI (Built-in Systems Interface) is the vehicle's electrical architecture central computer.
It is composed of :
• an electronics part,
• a power part (incorporating the fuses and relays).
The BSI manages the electrical power supplies for the VAN networks (standby, wake-up, load shedding, loading)
and serves as the gateway between :
• the CAN network, the VAN comfort network and the VAN body networks,
• the diagnostic tool and the VAN network ECU's (comfort and body).
The BSI may be up/down loaded and programmed.
There are five original equipment BSI versions.
LOCATION
BSI1
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ASSEMBLY: BUILT-IN SYSTEMS INTERFACE (BSI1)
BSI VERSIONS
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•
A
B
C
direction indicators, hazard warning lights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
front and rear wipers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
rear screen de-icing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
external lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
interior lighting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
transponder electronic immobiliser (ADC2) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
electric windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
central locking / unlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
visual and audible warnings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
power supply distribution and management (VAN +, engine running, AA +, CC +, etc) . . . . . . . . . . . .
trip computer . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
cruise control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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• automatic front wiper . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• foglights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .VISIBILITY
. . . . . . . . PACK
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• automatic headlights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• climate control (compressor control, additional heating element management), . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• heated front seats . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• headlight washers . . . . . . . COLD
. . . . . .COUNTRY
. . . . . . . . .PACK
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•
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driver door module (electric windows and rear view mirror) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
passenger door module (electric windows, rear view mirror, ext. t°) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
US alarm . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
driving school module . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .VAN
. . . .BOD2
. . . . .NETWORK
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sunroof . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
remote Japan (infrared) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
diesel additive . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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• rear electric windows . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• deadlocking . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
• alarm, sirène (GB) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The vehicle has 5 versions of the BSI :
• versions A and B => no VAN body 2 network (doors wired),
• versions C, D and E => with VAN body 2 network (doors multiplexed, plip JAPAN, driving school module... ).
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ASSEMBLY: BUILT-IN SYSTEMS INTERFACE (BSI1)
PH2 GREY
GRIS
EH2
WHITE EH1
BLANC
EH1
BLACKEP1
EP1
NOIR
BLACK
EA
NOIR
EA
PH BLACK
NOIR
PP VERT
GREEN
PP
F26
PB NOIR
BLACK
PB
PH2
GRIS
PH2 GREY
AP2GRIS
GREY
AP2
AABLACK
NOIR
F22 AA
F19A/19
F15 F1 F9 F18 F14 F2 F5 F17 F16
F7
F4 F24 F10 F23 F11
Support
F19holder
/ F19A
F19 / F19A
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ASSEMBLY: BUILT-IN SYSTEMS INTERFACE (BSI1)
FUSES
F1
F2
I (A)
10
15
POWER SUPPLY
+BB-1
+BB-1
PROTECTS
Rear foglight
Rear wiper
F4
15
+BB-2
F5
15
2100
+ VAN BOD2 Front electric windows
+ VAN BOD2 Sunroof
Brake lights (including 3rd brake light)
F7
20
+AA
Rear roof light
Front roof light/map reader
Front 12 V socket
Cigar lighter
Glovebox light
F9
F10
30
15
+BB-1
+BB-2
F11
15
+BB-2
F12
10
+BB-2
Sunroof/front electric windows power supply
Diagnostic plug
Rear 12 V socket
Radio RB RD RT
Multifunction screen B
CV00
Automatic gearbox
Front RH sidelight
Rear RH sidelight/number plate light/trailer
Locking/alarm/ESP/danger pushbutton
Air conditioning control panel lighting
Ashtray light
Seat pushbutton
Automatic gearbox pushbutton
F14
30
+BB-1
F15
30
+BB-1
F16
5
+BB-2
F17
F18
10
10
2100
+CC
F19A/19
SH
30
+BB-2
+CC
F22
10
+BB-2
F23
15
+BB-2
F24
15
+BB-2
F26
30
+BB-30
Central locking control
Deadlocking control
Central unlocking control
Rear electric windows (version D and E)
Brake lights input
+ VAN BOD1 BM34
+ VAN BOD1 anti-theft alarm
+ VAN BOD1 Particle filter
+ VAN BOD1 CV00
+ VAN BOD1 airbag
RH brake light (including 3rd brake light)
Diagnostic plug
CV00
Brake light/clutch pedal switches
Coolant level switch
Brake switch (backup)
PARK SHUNT
Park Position
Front LH sidelight
Rear LH sidelight/number plate light/trailer
Anti-theft alarm siren
Alarm volumetric control unit
S VAN COMF instrument panel
S VAN COMF radio (+tel)
S VAN COMF display
S VAN COMF air conditioning
S VAN COMF parking aid
Heated rear screen
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ASSEMBLY: Steering column control module (CV00)
PRINCIPLE
The steering column control module (CV00) is a monoblock unit comprising :
•
•
•
•
the
the
the
the
main steering column controls (lighting, indicators and wipers),
secondary steering column controls (cruise control and radio controls),
HF receiver (door central locking/unlocking), the buzzer and the rotary switch,
"transponder antenna" connections, airbags, horn and steering wheel angle sensor.
LOCATION
A1
A3
B2
A2
B1
B3
2
AUTO
1
AUTO
A4
A5
AUTO
2
1
AUTO
ON
R
E
NT
NO
OFF
IO N
0
SET/-
T
AT VOI
+
SET/
SRC
MEMO
TIC E
C1
D3
D2
/+
SET
SET/-
C3
SRC
ON
MEMO
C5
OFF
C6
D1
C4
D4
C2
FUNCTIONING
The steering column control module (CV00) is a slave type ECU, managing all of the steering column controls and
dialogue with the BSI over the VAN body network.
Main controls :
Lighting / indicators control:
A1. Lighting: 0, sidelights, dipped headlights (rotary ring).
A2. Front and rear foglights (push-in rotary ring).
A3. Automatic headlights activation / de-activation and call-up of last
on-board guidance system message, (push and release button).
A4. Direction indicators left/right
A5. Dipped beam / full beam switch.
Secondary controls :
Cruise control:
D1. On/Off
D2. De-activation / resume
D3. Increase speed
D4. Lower speed
Wiper control :
B1. Front wiper :
B2. Rear wiper :
B3. Trip computer :
Radio control:
C1. Upward search
C2. Downward search
C3. Volume +
C4. Volume C3+C4. Mute
C5. Mode
C6. Thumbwheel (station search)
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ASSEMBLY: STEERING COLUMN CONTROL MODULE (CV00)
Horn button :
• the steering column control module (CV00) manages the state of the horn switch, incorporated in the
steering wheel.
Transponder and key present function :
• the steering column control module (CV00) manages the dialogue with the responder chip, via the antenna,
incorporated in the key.
Reception of the central locking / unlocking requests by the HF remote control :
• The steering column control module (CV00) manages reception of the HF signals.
Buzzer :
• The steering column control module (CV00) manages the sounds subsequent to a request from the BSI
(sounds of type GONG, CLICK-CLACK, etc.)
The steering column control module (CV00) incorporates the rotary switch and the steering wheel angle sensor.
These are indissociable from the steering column control module.
Diagnostic function :
• Microprocessor functioning faults.
• Transponder faults.
• HF reception faults.
• Faults on main controls, secondary controls and horn function.
• Parameter (settings) measurement.
• Actuator test (buzzer).
There will be 12 versions of the steering column control module (CV00) when the 307 is launched :
Options
Front foglights
Radio lighting
Auto wiper
Trip computer
Steering wheel angle sensor version Steering wheel angle sensor version
(GEP)
(ESP)
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• The secondary controls (radio with or without telephone, cruise control) are separate from the CV00 and may be
added as after-market equipment without changing the CV00.
• The CV00 manages the transponder, HF reception and buzzer functions
• The rotary switch and the steering wheel angle sensor are incorporate into the CV00,
• When changing a CV00, there is no initialisation procedure to carry out (except for the ESP steering wheel angle
sensor learning program).
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ASSEMBLY: INSTRUMENT PANEL (0004)
1
4
5
6
7
27
2
8 10
9
12 13 15
16
PETROL
3 22 14 20 18
1
11
DIESEL
25
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 -
(4210)
(V4730)
(V1300)
(V4420)
(V2320)
(4100)
(V1000)
(V0004)
(V4110)
(V4300)
(V2320)
(4310)
(V7000)
(V6560)
(V6560)
(4630)
(4102)
(V2000)
(V7800)
(V2660)
(V1150)
(V2620)
(V4010)
(V2610)
(V4050)
26 23
24
21 19
Rev counter
Safety belt fastened warning light
Engine diagnostic warning light
Parking brake / brake fluid level / electronic braking distribution (REF) warning light
Left indicator warning light
Engine coolant temperature indicator
Battery charge warning light
STOP warning light
Engine oil pressure warning light
Fuel low warning light
Right indicator warning light
Fuel level indicator
ABS diagnostic warning light
Airbag warning light
Passenger airbag inhibit warning light
Speedometer
Engine oil level display + maintenance indicator + total kilometres
Tripmeter reset button
Rear foglight warning light
Stability control diagnostic warning light
Front foglight indicator light
Glowplug indicator
Main beam indicator
Engine coolant level warning light
Dipped beam indicator
Water in diesel warning light
Dimmer
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ASSEMBLY: INSTRUMENT PANEL (0004)
AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
3
1
2
3
-
2
1
Sport program indicator
Snow program indicator
Gear lever position indicator (pictograms)
PICTOGRAMS
Park
1st engaged
Reverse
2nd engaged
Neutral
3rd engaged
Drive
4th engaged
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
There are 6 versions for the vehicle :
• marked in km/h, petrol engines, except AL4 automatic gearbox,
• marked in km/h, petrol engines, AL4 automatic gearbox,
• marked in km/h diesel,
• marked in mph, petrol engines, except AL4 automatic gearbox,
• marked in mph, petrol engines, AL4 automatic gearbox,
• marked in mph, diesel,
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ASSEMBLY: SCREEN (7215)
PRINCIPLE
There are 3 types of multifunction screens :
• 1 type B monochrome multifunction screen,
• 2 type CT multifunction screens (monochrome) and type DT (colour).
They handle the following functions :
• time,
• date,
• external temperature,
• radio functions,
• trip computer functions,
• telephone functions,
• CD changer functions,
• warning messages,
• telephone directory functions,
• monochrome or colour guidance data display,
• communications ….
LOCATION
7215
7215 (multifunction screen) type B (CT or DT).
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
When the vehicle is launched in France, only the type B screen will be available. The CT and DT type screens will
be part of the communications option. They will be available with the RT3 radio.
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ASSEMBLY: SCREEN (7215)
FUNCTIONING
SCREEN B
There are two adjuster buttons. The right button is used for modifications and the left button for selection.
On the left button :
A long press (2s) gives access to parameter setting:
• language,
• speed units (depending on equipment),
• temperature,
• date and time.
A short press is used for :
• date and time selection,
• parameter selection (hours, minutes, year, month, day)
Return to normal mode is either by :
• at the end of setting the day, by a short press on the left button,
• or after 7 seconds after the last user action.
CT SCREEN
In addition to the B screen information, the CT screen displays: navigation, telephone, WAP (mobile phone format
internet) and voice synthesis.
This will be available as from communication level 1.
DT SCREEN
PR
O
VI
S
O
IR
E
The DT screen displays the same information as the CT screen, in 16/9 format in colour.
It will be available in the level 3 communications option.
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DRIVER INFORMATION
MESSAGE, SOUND AND WARNING LIGHT TABLE
LIST OF ASSOCIATED MESSAGE, SOUNDS AND WARNING LIGHTS.
SOUND
1
2
3
4 et 5
6
7
0
DEFINITION
Warning
Pre-warning
Confirmation
Lights on and key in ignition
Direction indicator
Direction indicator
No sound
WARNING
SCREEN
MESSAGE
SOUND
TYPE OF SOUND
3 SUCCESSIVE BEEPS
1 BEEP
1 GONG
REPEATED GONGS FOR 10 S
CLICK
CLACK
Vehicle power situation
WARNING LIGHT
+AA
+CC +START
+CC MT on the move
Oil pressure
YES
1
Oil pressure (V4110)
YES
YES
Max. coolant temperature
YES
1
STOP (V0004)
YES
YES
Brake fluid level
YES
1
Brake level (V4420)
YES
YES
REF fault
YES
1
Handbrake (V4420)
YES
YES
Passenger airbag override
YES
0
Passenger inhibit (V6562)
YES
YES
Automatic headlights
YES
3
YES
3
YES
Manual headlights
Automatic wiper
YES
YES
YES
0
Oil level warning
YES
1
Engine oil level
(V4110)
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
ESP fault
YES
2
Stability control (V7800)
Handbrake
YES
1
Handbrake (V4420)
Battery charge
YES
1
Battery charge (V1000)
YES
YES
Engine coolant level
YES
1
YES
YES
Transponder fault
YES
1
Engine coolant level
(V4010)
Push LED (6220)
YES
Water in diesel
YES
1
Water in diesel (V4050)
YES
YES
YES
Screen pictogram
Low fuel level
(V4300)
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
Door open engine running
YES
1
Low fuel level
YES
1
Airbag fault
YES
2
Airbag (V6560)
YES
EOBD fault
YES
2
Injection (V1300)
YES
YES
ABS fault
YES
2
ABS (V7000)
YES
YES
Catalyser serious pollution risk fault
YES
1
Injection (V1300)
YES
YES
Clogging risk
YES
2
Injection (V1300)
YES
YES
Diesel additive low level
YES
2
Injection (V1300)
YES
YES
Pictogram
(Sport and snow)
YES
YES
Automatic gearbox fault
YES
2
YES
Plip battery low
YES
2
YES
YES
Auto headlights sensor fault
YES
2
YES
YES
Auto wiper sensor fault
YES
2
YES
YES
Automatic gearbox safety indicator
YES
4
Oil temperature
YES
1
YES
YES
Lights on
4
Key in ignition
5
Overspeed warning
5
Driving school pedal unit indicator
3
Direction indicators
6/7
YES
YES
STOP (V0004)
YES
YES
Direction indicators
(V2320-V2330)
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YES
YES
YES
YES
YES
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DRIVER INFORMATION
FUNCTION: TRIP COMPUTER
PRINCIPLE
The trip computer enables display of:
• instantaneous fuel consumption,
• autonomy
• average consumption,
• distance covered
• average speed
LOCATION
7215
7005
7015
0004
1211
1320
7025
7806
0
BSI1
CV00
7000
7010
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) calculates and supplies: autonomy, distance covered, average and
instantaneous consumption, average speed.
0004 (instrument panel) turns the indicator/warning lights on and off.
7025 / 7086 (ABS or ASP hydraulic unit) calculates and supplies the distance covered.
7215 (multifunction screen) displays the values and manages the units.
7000, 7005, 7010, 7015 (front and rear wheel ABS sensors)
1211 (fuel gauge pump)
1320 (engine ECU) calculates the fuel consumption (deduced from the injection time).
CV00 (steering column control module) acquires and supplies the status of the button on the end of the wiper
stalk.
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DRIVER INFORMATION
FUNCTION: TRIP COMPUTER
FUNCTIONING
Each successive press on the button at the end of the wiper stalk enables
display in turn of:
• autonomy
• distance covered
• average consumption,
• average speed
Reset
Distance or time reset is by pressing for more than 2 seconds on the button at the end of the wiper stalk.
After resetting the trip computer, the autonomy reading is only significant after a certain time in use.
Autonomy
With the engine running, the BSI calculates the autonomy from:
the fuel consumption,
the fuel level in the tank (via the fuel gauge).
The screen shows the figure obtained.
Distance covered
With the engine running, the BSI calculates the distance covered to an accuracy of 0.5 km and a resolution of 1 km.
Instantaneous consumption
With the engine running, ECU 1320 calculates and supplies the instantaneous consumption from the injection times.
Each time the engine is started, if under 30 km/h, the value displayed is 10 l/100 km. As soon as 30 km/h is exceeded, the calculated value is displayed.
Average fuel consumption
With the engine running, the BSI calculates the average consumption since the last reset.
Average speed
With the engine running, the ABS (or ESP) calculates and supplies the vehicle speed. The BSI calculates the average speed over the route covered since the last reset.
DOWNGRADED MODES
If the fuel quantity is under 2 litres, the autonomy calculation is impossible and the screen displays 4 dashes.
The average consumption cannot be calculated if:
• the quantity of fuel consumed is nil for more than 2 minutes (the screen displays 4 dashes),
• the distance covered since the last reset is under 400 m (the screen displays 3 dashes).
When a calculation is impossible, the screen displays 3 or 4 dashes,
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The units used by the screen are:
• kilometres and litres,
• gallons and miles.
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DRIVER INFORMATION
FUNCTION: ENGINE OIL PRESSURE, LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE
PRINCIPLE
Oil pressure, level and temperature display.
LOCATION
4100
4110
BM34
BSI1
0004
CV00
0
7215
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) acquires and supplies the oil level and temperature information.
BM34 (engine control module) acquires and supplies the oil pressure information.
CV00 (steering column control module) activates the buzzer when a warning is received.
0004 (instrument panel) displays the oil level, pressure and temperature information.
4100 (level sensor / oil temperature)
4110 (oil pressure switch)
7215 (multifunction screen) displays the warning messages.
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FUNCTION: ENGINE OIL PRESSURE, LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE
FUNCTIONING
OIL LEVEL
The BSI acquires the oil level in 2 stages:
• 10 s after the +CC (ignition on),
• 12 s after the +CC (ignition on),
The level taken is the average of the two measurements.
This value (memorised when the +AA - accessories position - is cut off) will be displayed next time the +CC (ignition) is turned on.
The display (in %) does not indicate the real quantity of oil in the engine sump, it is only an indication. For accurate oil level measurement, the dipstick must be used.
0 to 11
or
12 to 25
26 to 39
40 to 53
54 to 67
68 to 81
82 to 100
> 100
LEVEL (%)
non-valid
value
DISPLAY
min
max
min
max
min
max
min
max min
max
min
max min
(indicator)
The min, max and dipstick pictograms
max
min
max
(indicator)
are displayed simultaneously with the level.
WARNING DISPLAY
When an oil pressure, level or temperature fault is detected:
• the relevant warning lights up on the instrument panel,
• there is an audible warning,
• a warning message is displayed on the screen.
When the temperature exceeds 160°C:
• the " STOP " and " OIL " warning lights come on,
• there is an audible warning.
DOWNGRADED MODES
There is downgraded mode functioning in case of a fault on:
• the temperature sensor => the needle returns to the rest position 5 s after the fault occurs.
• communication between the BSI and the instrument panel =>display of the last value for 5 s, after this
time, the value is considered as non-valid.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The maintenance pictogram is displayed during the oil level phase.
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FUNCTION: ODOMETER/MAINTENANCE INDICATOR
PRINCIPLE
The odometer displays the partial and total distance covered.
The maintenance indicator notifies the driver of the time for the next service.
This information is displayed in the odometer readout.
LOCATION
1313
4100
7215
7015
7025 / 7806
1320
BSI1
7010
0004
7010, 7015 (rear left and right-hand ABS sensor)
7025 / 7806 (ABS or ASP hydraulic unit) calculates and supplies the distance covered by the vehicle.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface)
manages the distance covered by the vehicle,
acquires and supplies the oil temperature.
1320 (engine control module) acquires and supplies the engine speed.
7215 (multifunction screen) calculates and supplies the date and time.
0004 (instrument panel) displays the distance covered and remaining before the next service.
4100 (level sensor / oil temperature)
1313 (engine speed sensor)
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FUNCTION: ODOMETER/MAINTENANCE INDICATOR
FUNCTIONING
ODOMETER
The total distance covered by the vehicle is stored in the instrument panel and the BSI.
The odometer is displayed:
• when the + CC (ignition) is turned on (after showing the maintenance indicator),
• for 30 seconds after cutting off the +AA (accessories),
• when the VAN comfort network is woken up (door opened).
Downgraded modes
There is functioning in downgraded mode in case of a communication fault between the BSI and:
• the instrument panel => 6 dashes displayed for the odometer total distance and 4 dashes for the
tripmeter (partial),
• the ABS or ESP => total and partial odometer readings frozen.
MAINTENANCE INDICATOR
The BSI calculates the remaining distance before maintenance from:
• the distance covered since the last service,
• the number of engine revolutions (calculated from the engine speed information),
• the engine oil temperature,
• the time lapsed between two oil changes (maximum 2 years).
Maintenance indicator display:
When the +CC is on, the maintenance symbol lights up and the odometer shows the remaining distance before
the next service.
If the remaining distance is under 1000 km, the maintenance symbol remains lit.
If the service date is exceeded, when the +CC is on, the maintenance symbol and the distance "before
maintenance" flash for a few seconds, then the maintenance symbol remains on.
DOWNGRADED MODE
There is functioning in downgraded mode in case of a fault on the VAN Comfort network and the maintenance symbol stays on alone:
• if the instrument panel considers the BSI is inoperative for more than 5 seconds,
• if the distance before maintenance is a non-valid value.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The distance covered is memorised in the instrument panel and in the BSI. The value taken, when replacing one of
these two components, will always be the highest value.
Maintenance indicator reset:
• cut off the ignition,
• press the button and hold it down,
• turn on the ignition,
• when the maintenance indicator shows 0, release the button (the maintenance symbol disappears).
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FUNCTION: DATE AND TIME
PRINCIPLE
Display of date and time.
LOCATION
7215
BSI1
7215 (Multifunction screen) manages, displays and supplies the date and time.
FUNCTIONING
Monochrome (type B) multifunction screen
There are two setting buttons. The right button is used for modifications and the left button for selection.
On the left button:
A long press (2s) gives access to parameter setting:
• language,
• speed units (depending on equipment),
• temperature,
• date and time.
A short press is used for:
• date and time selection,
• parameter selection (hours, minutes, year, month, day)
Return to normal mode is either by:
• at the end of setting the day, by a short press on the left button,
• or after 7 seconds after the last user action.
Monochrome (type CT) multifunction screen
Monochrome (type DT) multifunction screen
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The multifunction screen takes into account leap years and always checks the coherence of the date selected.
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FUNCTION: FUEL LEVEL
PRINCIPLE
Instrument panel fuel level display.
LOCATION
0004
1320
BSI1
1211
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) acquires, calculates and supplies the fuel level information.
0004 (instrument panel) displays the fuel level reading.
1320 (engine ECU) calculates the quantity of fuel consumed.
1211 (fuel gauge pump)
FUNCTIONING
The BSI:
• receives the quantity of fuel consumed (supplied by the engine ECU),
• acquires the level given by the gauge,
• determines the percentage of fuel to be displayed by the instrument panel.
When the fuel low level is detected, the BSI asks:
• the instrument panel to light the appropriate warning light,
• the steering column control module to sound a gong,
• the screen to display the "fuel level low" message.
DOWNGRADED MODES
In case of a BSI internal calculation fault, the BSI asks the instrument panel to set the needle to zero and to flash
the low level light.
If the gauge is faulty, the BSI takes the last fuel level value and reduces it gradually as the vehicle uses fuel. If fuel
is added, the quantity of fuel added will not be taken into account.
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FUNCTION: EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE
PRINCIPLE
External temperature display
LOCATION
7215
6415
6031
BSI1
BSI1 (built-in systems interface)
• directly acquires and supplies the external temperature (manual rear view mirrors),
• acquires (via 6031) and supplies the external temperature (electric rear view mirrors).
6031 (motor + front passenger side one-touch electric window unit) acquires and supplies the external temperature (electric rear view mirrors).
6415 (exterior rear view mirror) incorporating the external temperature sensor.
7215 (multifunction screen) displays the external temperature.
FUNCTIONING
The temperature display range is -40°C to +85°C. Outside this range, the display is "- -°".
In case of risk of freezing, external temperature between -3°C and +3°C (or 27°F and 37°F):
• the temperature, units and ± signs flash,
• the message "risk of freezing" is displayed on the screen for 7 seconds.
The multifunction screen displays the temperature with no figures after the comma (value rounded up to the next
full unit).
In case of major temperature variations, display is in steps of 2°C for increases and 4°C for decreases.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The " external temperature " information supplied by the BSI is the average value over the last 8 seconds.
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FUNCTION: ENGINE SPEED
PRINCIPLE
Engine speed display
LOCATION
1313
1320
BSI1
0004
1313 (engine speed sensor)
1320 (engine control module) acquires and supplies the engine speed.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) gateway between the CAN and VAN Comfort networks.
0004 (instrument panel) displays the engine speed.
FUNCTIONING
The engine ECU acquires the signal from the engine speed sensor and sends the information to the CAN network.
The speed values supplied by the engine ECU are between 200 and 8191.75 rpm.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
Under 200 rpm the value supplied is " 0 ", over 8191.75 rpm, the value supplied is always "8191.75 rpm ".
There are 2 types of sensors:
• inductive sensor (all engine types except for the DV4),
• Hall Effect sensor (DV4 engine).
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FUNCTION: VEHICLE SPEED
PRINCIPLE
Calculates, supplies and displays the vehicle speed.
LOCATION
7025
7806
7000
7005
BSI1
0004
CV00
0
7000, 7005 (front left and right-hand ABS sensor)
7025 / 7806 (ABS or ESP hydraulic unit) calculates and supplies the vehicle speed information to the CAN network.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) acquires the vehicle speed over the CAN network and supplies it to the VAN
Comfort network, and manages the overspeed warning .
CV00 (steering column control module) activates the “overspeed warning” buzzer.
0004 (instrument panel) displays the vehicle speed value.
FUNCTIONING
The ABS ECU (or the ESP ECU depending on the equipment) calculates the vehicle speed from the front wheel
ABS sensors.
DOWNGRADED MODES
There is downgraded mode functioning in case of a fault on:
• a front sensor => the calculation is made by the remaining front sensor and the rear one on the opposite
side,
• both sensors => the vehicle speed calculation is made by the remaining sensors.
The value displayed on the instrument panel is frozen for 5 s then returns to zero when:
• there is a communication fault between the BSI and the ABS (or ESP) ECU,
• there is a communication fault between the BSI and the instrument panel,
• 3 sensors are faulty.
If communication is re-established after 5 s, the display returns to normal.
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FUNCTION: ENGINE COOLANT LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE
PRINCIPLE
Engine coolant level and temperature display.
LOCATION
1220
4005
1320
4010
7215
BSI1
0004
0
CV00
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) acquires and supplies the coolant level information.
CV00 (steering column control module) activates the buzzer when a warning is received.
0004 (instrument panel) displays the engine coolant pressure and low level information.
1320 (engine ECU) acquires and supplies the coolant temperature information.
4005 or 1220 (coolant temperature sensor) depending on engine version.
4010 (coolant level sensor)
7215 (multifunction screen) displays the warning messages.
FUNCTIONING
COOLANT LEVEL AND TEMPERATURE
When the +CC is turned on:
• the BSI acquires the coolant level,
• the engine ECU acquires the engine temperature via the temperature sensor.
This information is transmitted over the network to the instrument panel.
WARNING DISPLAY
When a coolant level or temperature fault is detected:
• the relevant warning lights up on the instrument panel,
• there is an audible warning,
• a warning message is displayed on the screen.
DOWNGRADED MODES
There is downgraded mode functioning in case of a fault on:
• the temperature sensor => the needle returns to the rest position 5 s after the fault occurs.
• communication between the BSI and the instrument panel =>display of the last value for 5 s, after this
time, the value is considered as non-valid.
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COMMUNICATION
FUNCTION: RADIO, CD CHANGER
PRINCIPLE
On release, there will be available for the 307 two types of radio with remote screen:
RD3: Radio with compact Disc player.
RB3: Radio with Basic cassette player (Negative option).
LOCATION
8410
8406
8415
3
7
7215
5
SRC
MEMO
0
6
CV00
BSI1
4
1
2
1 – raise volume.
2 – lower volume.
Pressing (1) and (2) together cuts the sound (mute). Press any button for the sound to return.
3 – Automatic next station up search in radio mode or select next track in CD mode.
4 – Automatic next station down search in radio mode or select previous track in CD mode.
5 – Change mode (radio/ CD/ CD changer).
6 – select next station up in memory or select next CD.
7 – select next station down in memory or select previous CD.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) is used to authorise radio operation (VIN code, economy mode), supplies the
vehicle speed information (slaved to noise level), and transmits the driver orders to the multifunction screen.
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the radio column controls: acquisition of user orders.
7215 (multifunction screen) remote screen for the radio, controls the radio and CD changer.
8410 (radio)
8415 (compact disc changer) on front panel, in the ISO slot, under the radio.
8406 (antenna) AM/FM reception and active amplification.
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COMMUNICATION
FUNCTION: RADIO, CD CHANGER
FUNCTIONING
RB3
B
A
O
RD3
M
N
C
L
J
K
I
H
G
D
F
B
A
RDS
E
S
TA
MAN
O
N
M
1
2
P
Q
3
R
4
J
5
K
6
I
G
F
E
These radios may be fitted with the optional 5 CD changer.
KEY
A
B
C
D
C+D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
Q
R
S
1 to 6
1 to 5
FUNCTION
RDS function on/off.
Press more than 2 seconds: regional station tracking mode on/off.
Traffic information priority on/off.
Press fully down: cassette fast rewind.
Press fully down: cassette fast forward.
Short press: reverse cassette play direction.
Station tune up.
Station tune down.
Bass, treble, loudness, balance adjustment and automatic volume control.
Select mode: radio, cassette CD changer.
Press more than 2 seconds: CD random play.
Automatic next station up search. Select next CD track.
Automatic next station down search. Select previous CD track.
Manual/automatic functioning of keys I and J and radio mode.
Select FM1, FM2, Fmast, AM wavelengths.
Press more than 2 seconds: automatic station memory (autostore).
Radio on/off.
Lower volume.
Raise volume.
Select radio mode. Select FM1, FM2, Fmast, AM wavelengths.
Press more than 2 seconds: automatic station memory (autostore).
Select CD mode.
Press more than 2 seconds: random play.
Select CD changer mode.
Press more than 2 seconds: random play.
Eject CD.
Select station from memory.
Press more than 2 seconds: memorise station.
Select CD from CD changer.
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FUNCTION: RADIO, CD CHANGER
Programming to add / delete:
All new parts are not operational, it is essential to program the addition or removal of a radio and/or CD changer,
using the diagnostic tool.
Accessories
CD changer
Factory radios
Aftermarket radio
Programming
7215 + BSI
7215 + BSI (radio: present)
7215 + BSI (radio: absent)
DOWNGRADED MODES
In economy mode, the BSI inhibits operation of the radio.
Each time the radio is called upon to function, the match between the VIN code memorised and that supplied by the
BSI is cross-checked. If the VIN codes are different, the radio functions in jammed mode.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
No programming is necessary when changing the CV00.
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DRIVING COMFORT
FUNCTION: AIR CONDITIONING
PRINCIPLE
3 levels of equipment are available:
• Heating / cooling
• Simple air conditioning (RF):
- Hot and cold air generation.
- Manual setting.
• Fully automatic air conditioning (RFTA):
- Passenger compartment automatic temperature control.
- Automatic air flow control.
- Passenger compartment automatic pulsed air distribution.
LOCATION
1313
1510
8007
8020
1320
8031
8060
BM34
8006
BSI1
8030
6415
0004
A/C
AUTO
OFF
TEMP
8080
BSI1 (built-in systems interface)
• controls the air conditioning safety functions [evaporator temperature (8006), engine speed (1313), engine coolant
temperature (8031), air con fluid pressure (8007)].
• controls the compressor (8020).
1320 (engine ECU)
• acquires the engine coolant temperature (8031) , the engine speed (1313) and the air con fluid pressure (8007),
• controls and diagnoses the GMV’s (1510), FRIC function (engine cooling, auto box cooling, air conditioning
orders),
• authorises or disables functioning of the compressor (engine load).
8007 (liner pressure switch) measures the air con fluid pressure on the condenser output.
8080 (air con ECU) acquires the user orders and controls the passenger compartment temperature.
0004 (instrument panel) acts as the gateway between the heating/cooling panel or air conditioning ECU and the BSI.
8060 (air conditioning heater unit) air distribution.
8020 (air conditioning compressor).
1510 (motor-driven fan unit).
6415 (external air thermistor).
8006 (evaporator sensor).
8030 (passenger compartment air thermistor).
8031 (coolant thermistor).
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FUNCTION: AIR CONDITIONING
FUNCTIONING
Control panels: Cooling / Heating
1
4
2
RF Air conditioning
1
3
2
6
1. Flow control
2. Air inlet (recycled)
3. Temperature setting
4. Rear screen de-icing
5. Air flow
6. Air conditioning
5
1
3
2
A/C
AUTO
OFF
TEMP
9
8
A/C
5
RFTA Air conditioning
7
6
4
1. Air flow
2. Flow control
3. Air inlet (recycled)
4. Air conditioning
5. Rear screen de-icing
6. On/Off
7. Temperature setting
8. Automatic comfort program
9. Automatic visibility program
5
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FUNCTION: AIR CONDITIONING
Compressor control
The BSI manages operation of the compressor on the basis of the requests from the air conditioning ECU.
The engine ECU (1320), depending on the engine load phases, authorises or prevents the BSI from operating the
compressor.
Additional heating control (HDi engines)
The BSI manages the additional heating function on the basis of the input data:
• engine coolant temperature (acquired by 1320),
• external air temperature (acquired by BSI or passenger door module).
The additional heating is controlled by the engine ECU.
COMPRESSOR
• Version depending on engine
Europe:
- TU / DV / EW: SANDEN SD6V12
- DW: SANDEN SD7V16
Hot countries:
- TU / DV: SANDEN SD6V12
- EW / DW: SANDEN SD7V16
• Characteristics
Oil capacity:135 ml ± 15 ml.
Oil type: SANDEN SP10.
R134A capacity: 585 g ± 25g.
DOWNGRADED MODES
• evaporator temperature non-valid => BSI prevents operation of compressor,
• external air temperature non-valid => BSI takes into account evaporator temperature information and
prevents operation of the heater elements (HDi engine),
• engine speed non-valid => 1320 prevents compressor from starting,
• engine coolant temperature non-valid => 1320 prevents operation of the compressor and BSI prevents
operation of the heater elements (HDi engine),
• air con fluid pressure non-valid => 1320 prevents operation of compressor.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• Simple air conditioning version, the compressor operates if the air flow is set at least to position 1.
• The evaporator icing safety is managed by the BSI which takes into account:
- the evaporator temperature (RF and RFTA air conditioning),
- the external temperature (RFTA air conditioning).
• The glove box is air conditioned (RF and RFTA air conditioning).
• The pressure switch is of the linear type.
• The additional heating element of the 607 type are located in the air conditioning heater unit, and heat
the air (HDi engine).
For optimum functioning of the RFTA air conditioning system, all vents must be open.
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DRIVING COMFORT
FUNCTION: SEATS
PRINCIPLE
• Front seats with active seatback system,
• 60/40 folding rear seat,
• Timer heated front seats (depending on equipment).
LOCATION
2
7
6
3
8
5
1
8300/8305
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
Longitudinal adjustment.
Access to rear seats (3-door version).
Angle adjustment.
Driver or passenger* seat height adjustment.
Heated front seats control*.
Front armrests*.
Front head restraint height and angle adjustment*.
Storage drawers*.
* Depending on equipment.
BSI1
8300 / 8305 (heated seat switches)
8310 / 8315 (seat heater elements)
8321 / 8322 (timer relays)
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FUNCTION: SEATS
FUNCTIONING
Heated seats,
The heated seats operate when the engine is running, for 12 minutes (controlled by timer relay).
During this time, pressing the pushbutton cuts off the power supply to the heater elements.
The order to activate the seat heating remains in the memory for two minutes after cut-off of the +AA.
Active seatback
The front seats have a safety device built in, called the “active seatback”. This is used to prevent “whiplash”.
In case of a rear impact, the weight of the body moves the head restraint forwards, thus preventing the head from
being thrown back violently.
Normal position
Active position
Crossmember
against which the
back is pressed in
case of impact
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
On 3-door vehicles, the handle for access to the rear seats is of the “406 coupé” type.
In-situ type seats (foam injected into the cover for the back and the seat).
It is not possible to change the cover only, the complete back or seat must be changed.
All the seats and backs are supplied with the heater elements even if the option is not fitted.
The head restraints are of the teardrop type (improved rearward visibility in the low position).
In the low position, the rear head restraints marry the shape of the seat.
There are no electrically adjustable seats on the 307.
The heater element is protected by a heat switch of the bi-metallic type.
It is not possible to change the heater elements as they are moulded directly into the seatback or the seat.
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DOOR AND WINDOW CONTROLS
FUNCTION: ELECTRIC WINDOWS
PRINCIPLE
Front and rear electric window control with or without anti-pinch system.
LOCATION
6031
6131
6005
6100
CV00
0
6105
6036
BSI1
6032
6132
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) authorises operation of the front electric windows and manages operation of
the rear electric windows.
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the HF receiver and manages signal reception.
6036 (driver side electric window / rear view mirror control panel).
6005 (passenger side electric window switch).
6031, 6032 (driver and passenger front motor + one-touch electric window control unit) acquires status of
switches and controls the electric window motors.
6100, 6105 (passenger side electric window switch).
6131, 6132 (rear electric window motor).
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FUNCTION: ELECTRIC WINDOWS
FUNCTIONING
Front and rear electric windows (depending on equipment)
Request to raise or lower the windows is made using the electric window switches (6036, 6005, 6100, 6105) located on the doors.
The electric windows operate:
• with the ignition key in the +AA position (accessories),
• for one minute following +AA cut-off.
Operating authorisation is given by the BSI => power to front door modules and shown by lighting up of the door
switches.
Driver inputs take priority over front and rear passenger inputs.
Rear electric windows override
A switch on the driver side control panel is used to inhibit operation of the rear windows.
Anti-pinch (depending on equipment)
One-touch operated electric windows are fitted with an anti-pinch device (when the glass meets a tight spot, it is
lowered 50 mm).
The anti-pinch is inhibited temporarily by holding the window switch pressed down.
Window reset
In case of loss of +BB (battery), the windows must be reset:
• raise the window in steps until it is fully up and hold the switch down for 1 second.
Closing the windows with the door central or deadlocking control (depending on equipment and program)
A long press on the deadlocking or central locking with the HF plip closes the windows and the sunroof.
DOWNGRADED MODES
There is functioning in downgraded mode in case of a communication fault between the BSI and modules 6031,
6032:
• loss of automatic window closing when deadlocking,
• loss of control and override of the rear windows from the driver’s door.
Economy mode
In economy mode, the windows may only be raised when deadlocking or central locking.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
There are 4 electrical spec packs:
• electric spec 1: one-touch front windows, manual rear windows,
• electric spec 2: one-touch front and rear windows,
• electric spec 3 = electric spec 2 plus electrically folding rear view mirrors,
• electric spec 3a = electric spec 3 (3-door vehicle).
If electric window operation authorisation is cancelled during operation, the operation will be nevertheless
completed.
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FUNCTION: SUNROOF
PRINCIPLE
Sunroof tilt or slide opening to predetermined positions.
LOCATION
7025
7806
2
0
10 positions:
0 = neutral
1 = 3 tilt positions
2 = 6 slide positions
BSI1
1
CV00
0
6800
6810
One press on the button is used to return the roof to the position selected
6800 (sunroof switch) sunroof open/close multi-position rotary switch.
6810 (sunroof ECU) acquires the rotary switch position, these positions are read by the BSI.
The sunroof motor is built into the roof ECU.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) authorises functioning of the sunroof.
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the HF receiver and manages signal reception.
7025 / 7806 (ABS or ESP ECU) calculates the vehicle speed.
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FUNCTION: SUNROOF
FUNCTIONING
Open / Close
The sunroof is open or closed, using the rotary switch which manages the pre-selected positions (closed, 3 tilt
positions and 6 slide open positions).
The sunroof operates:
• with the ignition key in the +AA position (accessories),
• for one minute after cut-off of +AA (except if the driver’s door is opened and closed or both doors for
MERCOSUR countries and Australia),
The operating authorisation is given by the BSI => power supply to the sunroof ECU with lighting of LED on the
switch. If sunroof opening authorisation is cancelled during closing or opening, the operation will nevertheless be
completed.
A Hall effect sensor built into the motor is used:
• to determine the roof position,
• to protect the motor.
Tilt speed slaving
When the vehicle speed is over 100 km/h, if the roof is in the maximum tilt position or in the intermediate position,
it will close one notch.
Under 5 km/h, the roof will return to its initial position.
Position return
The position return system enables the driver, simply by pressing the rotary switch, to return the roof to the position selected on the switch.
(e.g.: sunroof tilt slaved to vehicle speed, roof closed using deadlocking with HF plip).
Anti-pinch
When closing and it meets a tight spot, the sunroof re-opens 50 mm.
The anti-pinch is inhibited temporarily by holding the rotary switch pressed (“close” position).
Sunroof initialisation
In case of loss of +BB (battery), the sunroof must be reset (ditto one-touch windows).
Reset can only be in the maximum tilt position and by pressing for more than 1 second on the sunroof switch.
DOWNGRADED MODES
There is functioning in downgraded mode in case of a communication fault between the BSI and the sunroof ECU:
• Loss of sunroof automatic closing on deadlocking,
• Loss of tilt speed slaving.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The sunroof has:
• a rotary switch to control the pre-selected positions with a position return function,
• tilt speed slaving,
• closing (anti-pinch) with deadlocking (programmable),
• a manual sunshade.
In economy mode, it is possible to close the roof with the deadlocking function.
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SECURITY
FUNCTION: TRANSPONDER IMMOBILISER (ADC2)
PRINCIPLE
The transponder operated immobiliser is used to immobilise the vehicle by locking the engine ECU, which is
transparent to the user.
The 307 is fitted with a second generation transponder immobiliser.
LOCATION
1320
6220
KEY
BSI1
0
CV00
8208
Key containing a transponder chip.
8208 (antenna) for dialog with the transponder chip
CV00 (steering column control module COM 2000) manages the dialog with the transponder chip
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) recognises the key and transmits the unlocking code to the engine ECU.
1320 (engine ECU) manages locking/unlocking.
6220 (door central locking switch) contains the LED displaying the system status.
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SECURITY
FUNCTION: TRANSPONDER IMMOBILISER (ADC2)
FUNCTIONING
Unlocking the engine ECU
When the +AA is turned on:
• the engine ECU transmits a random number (authentication request) to the BSI over the CAN network,
• the BSI detects presence of the key in the steering lock and reads the transponder chip in the key.
If the key is recognised, the BSI responds to the engine ECU over the CAN network (transmits the result of a software calculation using the random number and the customer code).
The engine ECU compares the response from the BSI with the internally calculated result. If the results are the
same, the engine ECU unlocks and informs the BSI of its status.
Unlocking takes around 150 ms.
Locking the engine ECU
Within a maximum of 10 seconds after cut-off of the +CC, the engine ECU locks automatically.
Status display by LED in door central locking switch
Slow flashing LED (1 Hz)
=> engine ECU locked
LED off
=> engine ECU unlocked
Fast flashing LED (5 Hz)
=> engine ECU is not unlocked
LED stays on
=> the BSI is not receiving the random number from the engine ECU
=> transponder chip not recognised
Key forgotten in ignition
When the +CC is cut off, if the key is left in with the driver’s door open, the BSI asks the CV00 over the VAN network, to sound an alarm (10 seconds, gongs).
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The special features of the second generation transponder immobiliser (ADC2) are:
• on power up, the engine ECU status is systematically locked,
• the ECU is supplied locked: carry out the initialisation (setting) procedure,
• The second generation transponder immobiliser is not compatible with the previous generation.
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SECURITY
FUNCTION: CENTRAL LOCKING / UNLOCKING / DEADLOCKING
PRINCIPLE
Central locking, unlocking, deadlocking:
• using the HF remote control,
• using the key in the driver’s door lock,
• using the central locking control button.
Depending on the equipment, the vehicle may be fitted with simple central locking or deadlocking.
LOCATION
6220
6570
1
6207
6217
6202
6212
6237
2
KEY
0004
CV00
6222
0
BSI1
The remote control has two buttons:
• 1st button: deadlocking, central locking and “find-me”
• 2nd button: unlocking.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages deadlocking, central locking, unlocking, vehicle “find-me”
and actuator protection.
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the HF receiver and manages signal reception.
0004 (instrument panel) acquires the status of the doors and opening panels locking switch (6220).
6202 / 6207 / 6212 / 6217 (set of door locks) comprising:
• an actuator which enables deadlocking, central locking and unlocking of the vehicle,
• a switch which gives the door status (open/closed).
Note:
Only the driver’s door has a lock which enables deadlocking, central locking and unlocking with the vehicle key.
6220 (doors and opening panels locking switch) used to lock or unlock the vehicle from the inside.
6222 (boot lock assembly) comprises:
• an actuator for unlocking the boot,
• a switch giving the boot status (open/closed).
6237 (a boot unlocking switch) to open the boot.
6570 (airbag and pretensioner unit) detects impacts.
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FUNCTION: CENTRAL LOCKING / UNLOCKING / DEADLOCKING
FUNCTIONING
HF code reception management.
The HF receiver is incorporated in the steering column control module (CV00).
The HF remote control code is:
• acquired by the BSI over the VAN network,
• stored in the BSI.
The HF code is of the revolving type. It is programmed at the same time as the transponder code (ditto 206 and
new 406).
Deadlocking (depending on equipment):
• By HF remote control:
A first short press on button 1 on the HF remote control is used for vehicle deadlocking and to fold in the rear
view mirrors.
A first long press on button 1 of the HF remote control is used for vehicle deadlocking, folding in of the rear
view mirrors, and automatic closing of the windows and sunroof (programmable).
Pressing a second time within 5 seconds switches the system from deadlocking to central locking.
• Via the driver’s door lock:
A first operation of the lock enables deadlocking, a second operation within 5 seconds enables central locking.
Central locking:
• By HF remote control:
A first short press on button 1 on the HF remote control is used for vehicle central locking and to fold in the
rear view mirrors.
A first long press on button 1 of the HF remote control is used for vehicle central locking, folding in of the rear
view mirrors, and automatic closing of the windows and sunroof (programmable).
• Via the driver’s door lock:
The lock enables vehicle central locking.
Any deadlocking or central locking action (with the remote control or the key) is indicated by the direction
indicators staying on for 2 seconds.
• Via the doors and other openings locking switch:
The switch enables central locking of the vehicle from the vehicle interior, indicated by the LED incorporated in
the switch staying on.
Special function: Automatic locking
If 30 seconds after unlocking, no door or other opening is opened, the vehicle locks automatically.
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FUNCTION: CENTRAL LOCKING / UNLOCKING / DEADLOCKING
Unlocking:
• By HF remote control:
The vehicle is unlocked by pressing the button on the HF remote control,
• Via the driver’s door lock:
The lock enables vehicle unlocking.
Any unlocking action (with the remote control or the key) is indicated by the direction indicators flashing
quickly for 2 seconds.
• Via the doors and other openings locking switch:
The switch enables unlocking of the vehicle from the vehicle interior, indicated by the LED incorporated in the
switch going off.
• In case of impact
Boot special function:
The boot cannot be opened if:
• The vehicle is locked,
• The vehicle is moving at more than 10 km/h (opening is re-authorised when the vehicle speed drops
below 10 km/h and a door has been opened).
Vehicle location (“find me”):
To locate the vehicle, press button 1 on the HF remote control (more than 5 seconds after a deadlocking or central locking):
• the direction indicators stay on for 15 seconds,
• (horn sounds for 50 ms),
• roof lights come on for 15 seconds.
Battery low:
The remote control transmits the battery low status, indicated by a message on the screen.
HF remote control re-synchronisation procedure:
• turn ignition on to +CC,
• press on one of the transmitter buttons within 10 seconds,
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• cut off the ignition,
• No interior locking knobs.
• The vehicle is deadlocked with 1st operation (remote control or key).
• The vehicle cannot be driven deadlocked, if the vehicle speed is over 20 km/h, it switches automatically to central locked
• Opening the boot is forbidden automatically when the vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h.
• The vehicle has an automatic locking when stationary device (after unlocking without opening a door).
• Location (“find-me”) is combined with the horn sounding for 50 ms.
• Unlocking from the interior impossible on a deadlocked vehicle.
• Deadlocking.
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FUNCTION: ALARM
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LIGHTING AND INDICATORS
FUNCTION: DRIVING LIGHTS
PRINCIPLE
The “driving lights” function comprises:
• turning on and off of the sidelights, headlights dipped and high beam and rear foglights,
• turning on and off of the direction indicators and hazard warning lights,
• automatic hazard warning lights function,
• turning on and off of the front foglights (option),
• automatic turning on and off of the dipped beam headlights (option).
LOCATION
BM34
8038
BSI1
1
2
4
3
AUTO
0004
5
CV00
0
2300
7215
CV00 (steering column control module) acquires the driver input and audible warnings
1 - Lights: 0, sidelights, dipped / high beam headlights using rotary switch.
2 – Front and rear foglights using push-in rotary switch.
3 - Activation / de-activation of automatic headlight function and repeat of last navigation system message, using
pushbutton.
4 – Direction indicator for right left indication.
5 – Headlights dipped / high beam inverter switch.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the driving lights functions and measure brightness.
BM34 (engine control module) controls and protects dipped and high beam headlights and front foglights.
0004 (instrument panel) turns the indicator/warning lights on and off.
7215 (multifunction screen) displays the messages.
8038 (brightness thermistor) measures exterior brightness.
2300 (hazard warning lights button)
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LIGHTING AND INDICATORS
FUNCTION: DRIVING LIGHTS
FUNCTIONING
AUTOMATIC HEADLIGHTS
The dipped beam automatic lighting functions turns the headlights dipped beam on and off on the basis of the
external brightness and the status of the wiper system.
Manual mode has priority over automatic mode.
Automatic mode activation / de-activation:
• key in + AA position,
• light switch to position 0,
• press 2 seconds on end of switch:
activation: message displayed on multifunction screen and audible warning,
de-activation: audible warning.
Lights turned on in automatic mode (light switch to position 0 and engine running):
• if external lighting insufficient,
• after 40 s of intermittent wipe
• after 10 s of slow wipe,
• after 2 s of fast wipe,
• after request to turn on foglights.
Lights turned off in automatic mode:
• if external lighting sufficient,
• if wiper system inactive for more than 15 s.
• if + AA cut off (1 min after stopping the vehicle or locking the vehicle or by manual cut-off).
DAYTIME DRIVING LIGHTS
Depending on the county, the “daytime driving lights” function can be activated by configuring the BSI using the
diagnostic tool. Activation of the daytime driving lights inhibits the “automatic headlights” function.
HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS
• when activated by the driver
• on emergency braking,
• in case of impact
DIRECTION INDICATORS
With the vehicle on the move, the driver is alerted of a forgotten indicator light after 30 seconds, by an increase in
the warning volume.
FRONT AND REAR FOGLIGHTS
The foglights function with the +CC on.
The front foglights are turned on by rotating the push ring upwards, and if the sidelights are off, they will be turned
on automatically. A second rotation upwards activates the rear foglights.
Turning off:
• rotation of the switch downwards,
• side lights turned off,
• + CC cut off.
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FUNCTION: DRIVING LIGHTS
DOWNGRADED MODES
There is functioning in downgraded mode in case of a communication fault between the BSI and:
• the steering column control module (CV00):
engine not running (+AA or +CC on) => sidelights only turn on.
engine running: sidelights and dipped beam headlights turned on.
• the engine control module (BM34): cuts off the power supply to the horn, dipped headlights function,
foglights maintained until +AA is turned off.
• the instrument panel (0004): warning lights turned off.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• In economy mode, only the sidelights operate.
• The automatic headlights option is available with the visibility pack.
• Front foglights incorporated into the headlight units.
• There are two types of clusters for the foglight units. One for the factory-fitted units and a second one for aftermarket fitting. In case of after-market fitting, the BM34 and light clusters must be replaced, and the harness (to be
made up) fitted between the BM34 and the light cluster.
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FUNCTION: INTERIOR LIGHTING
PRINCIPLE
•
•
•
•
•
Gradual turning on and off of front and rear roof lights,
Turning on and off of front RH and LH map lights,
Turning on and off of glovebox light,
Turning on and off of courtesy mirror light,
Turning on and off of boot light.
LOCATION
3110
3020
3061
3010
6207
6217
6237
3060
0004
3105
BSI1
CV00
0
6202
6212
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the “ interior lighting ” function.
0004 (instrument panel) manages IP and front console lighting brightness
6202, 6207, 6212, 6217 (all doors and openings locks) indicates status of doors (open/closed).
CV00 (steering column control module)
incorporating the HF receiver and manages signal reception,
detects key in ignition lock.
3010 (roof console)
3020 (rear roof light)
3105 (boot light)
3110 (glovebox light)
3060, 3061 (courtesy mirrors)
6237 (boot closed switch)
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FUNCTION: INTERIOR LIGHTING
FUNCTIONING
There are two functioning modes for the front and rear roof lights:
• automatic (press at least 3 s on the roof console pushbutton, when the button is released, the lights are
switched on),
• manual (press at least 3 s on the roof console pushbutton, when the button is released, the lights are
switched off).
Front and rear roof light in automatic mode (+AA absent).
Roof lights come on for a max of 10 min, if:
• the pushbutton is pressed briefly (instantaneous),
• one of the four doors is opened (gradual),
Roof lights come on gradually for a max of 30 min, if:
• the key is removed within one minute of +AA cut-off,
• the vehicle is unlocked (if the key is not in the ignition switch),
• in case of the location (“find-me”) function.
The roof lights go off in case of:
• the pushbutton is pressed briefly (instantaneous),
• the last door is closed (gradually extinguished after 30 s or instantly if engine running),
• when +CC is turned on (gradual),
• when the vehicle is locked (gradual)
• expiry of the 30 s delay or 10 Min (gradual),
The roof lights are turned on gradually in 1 s and off gradually in 4 s.
Front roof light in manual mode (+AA on).
Roof light on for 10 min maximum, if short press on pushbutton.
Rear roof light in manual mode (+AA on).
Roof light on for 10 min maximum, if press on switch incorporated in rear roof light.
Boot light
Comes on when the boot is opened and goes off when the boot is closed or after 10 min. The boot status is given
by the boot unlocking switch.
Courtesy mirror light (in sun visor).
The lights come on when the courtesy mirror cover is opened, if the +AA is on.
Glovebox light
The light comes on when the glovebox is opened, if the +AA is on.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
The roof lights, map lights and other lights (boot, courtesy mirror and glovebox) do not function when in economy
mode.
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FUNCTION: DRIVING SCHOOL
PRINCIPLE
Handles the driving school specific features.
The pedal unit is of the same type as on the other vehicles in the range.
Role of the different components
2003 (driving school module) located in place of the CD changer, it enables the instructor to operate the lighting
and indicators from his seat.
Unit on indicator
Vehicle lighting current status indicator lights
Control activation indicators
Turn lights off
Sidelights
Dipped
High
LH Indicator
Headlight flasher
Horn
RH Indicator
Turn indicator off
Pupil footwell lighting
foglights off
Foglights Rear
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the driving lights function.
0004 (instrument panel) shows the indicator/warning lights.
CV00 (steering column control module) acquires the driver input and audible warnings
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FUNCTION: DRIVING SCHOOL
FUNCTIONING
The driving school unit (2003) manages five functions:
• lighting (controls extinguishing of lights, sidelights, dipped beam, high beam),
• direction indicator (on, off),
• rear fog lights (on, off),
• horn and headlight flasher,
• pupil footwell lighting and activation of buzzer for detection of pressing instructor pedals (option for
Germany).
DOWNGRADED MODES
In case of a fault on the VAN BOD2 network, the control unit active light does not light. Only inputs from the steering column control module (CV00) are accepted by the BSI, over the VAN BOD1 network.
If the BSI is silent, no warning lights are lit on the driving school module (2003). Only the module active light
flashes at a rate of 2 Hz.
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FUNCTION: DE-ICING
PRINCIPLE
• Rear screen timed de-icing.
• Timed de-icing of the exterior rear view mirrors (depending on equipment).
LOCATION
8120
6415
6031
0004
BSI1
6410
A/C
AUTO
8060
OFF
TEMP
6032
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) management and control of the rear screen and rear view mirrors timed deicing.
6031 (engine + front passenger side one-touch electric window unit) controls passenger side rear view mirror
de-icing on order from the BSI.
6032 (engine + front driver side one-touch electric window unit) controls driver side rear view mirror de-icing
on order from the BSI.
6410 (driver rear view mirror) contains the rear view mirror heating element.
6415 (passenger rear view mirror) contains the rear view mirror heating element.
8080 (air conditioning ECU) or 0004 (instrument panel) acquisition of the de-icing request on the pushbutton
located on the air conditioning or heating / cooling control panel and warning light management.
8120 (heated rear screen) contains the heated rear screen heating element.
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FUNCTION: DE-ICING
FUNCTIONING
Depending on the vehicle equipment, the de-icing function is composed of:
• either the heated rear screen,
• or the heated rear screen and the heated rear view mirrors.
Heating/cooling or air conditioning version
The de-icing request by pushing the button is acquired by the instrument panel then transmitted to the BSI over
the VAN Comfort network.
If the engine is running, the BSI:
• orders de-icing,
• transmits the request to light the de-icing warning light on the instrument panel.
Automatic air conditioning version
The de-icing request by pushing the button is acquired by the air conditioning ECU then transmitted to the BSI
over the VAN Comfort network.
If the engine is running, the BSI:
• orders de-icing,
• transmits to the air conditioning ECU the request to light the de-icing warning light.
De-icing is on a 12-minute timer (managed by the BSI). During this period, pressing the button stops de-icing.
DOWNGRADED MODES
If the battery voltage is 15 V, de-icing is inhibited.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
During de-icing, if the BSI gives priority to battery charging, the de-icing warning light stays on.
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FUNCTION: FRONT WIPER / WINDSCREEN WASHERS / HEADLIGHT WASHERS
PRINCIPLE
•
•
•
•
new generation of front screen wiper, butterfly type,
intermittent or automatic wiper (depending on equipment), slow and fast wipe on front screen,
wipe and wash on rear screen,
windscreen wash and headlight wash (depending on equipment).
LOCATION
5115
5405
5001
5215
A
5015
A
CV00
BM34
7215
0
BSI1
A (headlight washers)
5405 (headlight washer pump)
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the wipe/wash function and provides motor overheating protection.
BM34 (engine control module) control front wipers, washer pump and headlight washer pump.
CV00 (steering column control module ) acquires the driver wiper and/or wash requests.
5001 (rain sensor) detects presence of water on the windscreen.
5015 (front wiper motor)
5115 (front/rear washer pump) bi-directional pump with a x l reservoir.
5215 (rear wiper motor)
7215 (multifunction display) displays a message when switching to automatic wipe mode.
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FUNCTION: FRONT WIPER / WINDSCREEN WASHERS / HEADLIGHT WASHERS
FUNCTIONING
The wipers operate with the +AA on. When +AA is cut off, the arms automatically return to the park position. If
+AA is cut off for more than one minute, wipe is no longer active, and it is necessary to operate the control again
to re-start.
FRONT WIPERS
Intermittent position (without rain sensor):
• windscreen intermittent wipe varies with the vehicle speed.
Automatic position (with rain sensor):
• automatic wiper triggering on basis of quantity of water detected by the rain sensor,
• drive notified of “ AUTO “ mode on the multifunction screen,
Manual slow and fast wipe:
• when vehicle speed drops to below 5 km/h, the wipe speed slows (switches from “fast wipe” to “slow
wipe” or from “slow wipe” to “intermittent wipe”.
• when the vehicle speed exceeds 10 km/h again, the speed chosen initially is re-activated,
• the driver may decide to keep the wipe speed he requires using the wiper control.
Maintenance position:
• within one minute of cutting off +AA, one press on the wiper control brings the arms to the maintenance
position (for changing blades, winter position, service operations).
• the control must be activated to return to the “park” position.
Front washer position:
• one press = 1 wipe,
• hold down = wash then wipe, high pressure washing of headlights (lights on for vehicles fitted with head
light washers).
REAR WIPER
Rear screen wipe varies with the vehicle speed.
Rear washer position:
• one rotary push or hold = wash then wipe.
DOWNGRADED MODES
Loss of communication between the BSI and
• CV00 => front wipe in automatic or fixed intermittent mode (4.5 s), loss of rear wipe,
• the rain sensor (5001) => front fixed intermittent wipe (4.5 s).
Loss of “vehicle speed” information:
• no reduction in front wiper speed in relation to vehicle speed,
• no intermittent mode slaving => fixed intermittent (4.5 s).
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• Adjustment of the front wiper arms is in the rest position using the marks on the bottom of the windscreen.
• Front and rear intermittent wipe vehicle speed slaving table.
Vehicle speed
IFront wiper intermittence
deceleration
acceleration
V < 5 km/h
V < 10 km/h
very slow
5 ≤ V < 40 km/h
10 ≤ V < 50 km/h
slow
40 ≤ V < 80 km/h
50 ≤ V < 90 km/h
medium
V ≥ 80 km/h
V ≥ 90 km/h
fast
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fast
medium
slow
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FUNCTION: ELECTRIC REAR VIEW MIRRORS
PRINCIPLE
• electrically adjusted rear view mirrors,
• folding rear view mirrors (depending on equipment).
LOCATION
6031
6415
BSI1
6410
6036
6032
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages folding and deployment of the rear view mirrors (configurable).
6031 (engine + front passenger side one-touch electric window unit) controls passenger side rear view mirror
adjustment and folding on order from the BSI.
6032 (engine + driver side one-touch electric window unit) controls passenger side rear view mirror adjustment and folding on order from the BSI.
6036 (driver side electric window/rear view mirror door control panel) acquisition of rear view mirrors up /
down, left / right adjustment and folding requests (depending on equipment)
6410 (driver rear view mirror) incorporates the two adjustment and folding motors.
6415 (passenger side rear view mirror) incorporates the two adjustment and folding motors.
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FUNCTION: ELECTRIC REAR VIEW MIRRORS
FUNCTIONING
A – selected rear view mirror adjustment
control
“ right / left “
“up / down”
A
B – Right or left rear view mirror selector switch,
- fold mirrors (electric spec III and IIIa pack)
B
The electric rear view mirrors are adjusted using switch (B) with +AA on.
In economy mode, it is impossible to adjust the electric rear view mirrors.
Electric rear view mirrors de-icing is activated at the same time as the rear screen heating.
FOLDING / DEPLOYMENT:
Folding or deployment of the rear view mirrors is possible if the vehicle is fitted with the electric spec III or IIIa
pack).
Folding:
• with switch (B) +AA on,
• when locking with the remote control.
Deployment:
• with switch (B) +AA on,
• when +CC is turned on.
Note: This function is configurable by service department.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
Deployment of rear view mirrors when +CC is turned on.
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FUNCTION: VARIABLE POWER STEERING
PRINCIPLE
The electric pump operated power steering (GEP), fitted as standard, facilitates manoeuvres thanks to an electrohydraulic assistance system added to the steering mechanism. The assistance varies with the vehicle and steering wheel speeds, giving improved steering wheel feel at high speed.
In addition, the electro-hydraulic technology has a strong advantage in terms of fuel savings: at low steering
wheel speed (in a straight line for example), pump consumption is low.
COMPOSITION
1
3 (7122)
2
1 – steering column retractable and adjustable (height and depth).
2 - rack with variable flow power valve and built-in cylinders (the valve operates using the same principle as on
other vehicles).
3 – electric pump unit (7122) provides and manages the whole function (located in the front RH wheelarch).
The electric pump unit comprises:
• an electronics part (microprocessor and self-diagnostic),
• a reservoir, hydraulic couplings and a support with the filter elements,
• an electric pump (max. output 4.85 l/min).
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the steering wheel angle sensor.
7025 / 7806 (ABS or ESP hydraulic unit) supplies the vehicle speed.
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FUNCTION: VARIABLE POWER STEERING
FUNCTIONING
Electric pump unit (GEP)
The variation in output pressure is given by the pump on the basis of the assistance needed (steering wheel and
vehicle speeds).
The GEP uses different assistance laws (programs) based on the vehicle speed (programmable).
There are two types of GEP:
• the Normal Power version (P max = 100 bars),
• the High Power version (P max = 110 bars),
The GEP operates when the engine is running, its stops when the +CC is cut off.
The power steering fluid used is DEXRON IID21065 or LDS H50126.
When operating, its power consumption is under 5.2 A. This system no longer uses a power steering pump driven
by the engine (gain of 0.2 l/100 km).
The steering wheel angle sensor is incorporated in the CV00, it supplies the steering wheel angle and direction of
rotation, by means of two square wave signals offset by 90°.
All signal exchanges between the vehicle and the GEP are wired:
• the steering wheel speed and angle (via the steering wheel angle sensor),
• the engine running information (via the BSI),
• the vehicle speed information (via the ABS / ESP ECU).
Retracting steering column
In case of frontal impact:
• the top of the steering column retracts (by 50 mm to limit the risk of facial injury),
• the bottom of the steering column retracts by up to 95 mm under the pressure of the engine,
• the steering column slides on a runner mounted on the brake pedal plate (to limit injury to the feet).
In addition, the steering column casing has been optimised (smaller in size) in order to avoid knes injuries in case
of impact.
DOWNGRADED MODES
In case of a fault:
• on the GEP or incorporated ECU => manual steering with no assistance,
• vehicle speed, steering wheel angle or engine running => assistance close to normal functioning (down
graded mode hardly perceptible).
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FUNCTION: VEHICLE BRAKING (ABS)
PRINCIPLE
The 307 is fitted standard with a Bosch type 5.3 ABS which:
• prevents the wheels from locking under harsh braking,
• provides vehicle directional and stability control.
LOCATION
7215
7005
7015
0004
7025
7000
7010
BSI1
7000, 7005, 7010, 7015 (wheel ABS sensors ) are of the Hall effect type and give the wheel speed information,
7025 (ABS hydraulic unit and ABS ECU)
• incorporating the ABS ECU which manages braking correction,
• braking pressure modulation using 8 solenoid valves.
4410 (brake fluid level switch)
(BSI1, 0004, 7215) display driver information.
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FUNCTION: VEHICLE BRAKING (ABS)
FUNCTIONING
The ABS on the 307 is of the Bosch 5.3 type (ditto 607). The hydraulic unit is controlled by the electronic module
which calculates the speed of the wheels and transmits the regulation orders to it. It is located in the front left inner
wing and fixed to the front chassis rail.
The special feature on the 307 is the use of a magnetic polarised indexer composed of 48 pairs of poles integrated
into the wheel bearing.
The Bosch 5.S ABS anti-locking device is not programmable, but after changing it, it will be necessary to program
the type of tyres fitted to the vehicle.
DOWNGRADED MODES
Faulty function or part
ABS
status
RF status
ABS light
REF Light (V4420)
1 wheel sensor
2 wheel sensors or more
inactive
inactive
active
active
on
on
Main or backup brake pedal
switch
Brake fluid level
Re-injection pump or relay
Safety relay
active
active
off
off
on
(if the sensors are on opposite
sides)
off
active
inactive
inactive
if open
permanently
active
inactive
inactive
if open
permanently
off
on
on
off
off
on (ifopen permanently)
on
on
on
on (if not locked "open")
on
on (if locked "open")
on
on
on
on
on
off
on
on
on
off
Rear inlet or exhaust solenoid valve inactive
Front inlet solenoid valve
regulation on
other wheel
inactive
Front exhaust solenoid valve
inactive
Power supply
inactive if:
+BB < 10V
+BB > 16V
inactive
inactive
active
active
ECU
ECU programming
Tyre programming
CAN network communication
active
(if not locked "closed)
active
(if not locked "open)
inactive if
+BB < 8.5 V
+BB > 16V
inactive
active
active
active
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• use of a magnetic polarised indexer incorporated into the wheel bearing,
• the ABS incorporates electronic braking distribution,
• when the estate version is launched, the whole of the 307 range will be equipped with the Bosch 8.0 ABS
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FUNCTION: ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM (ESP)
PRINCIPLE
Depending on the equipment level and country of destination, the 307 is fitted with a Bosch 5.7 electronic stability
program system (ESP), coupled with a traction control system which:
• prevents the wheels from locking under harsh braking,
• maintains vehicle directional and stability control.
• enables vehicle trajectory correction (sudden change of direction, or extreme driving conditions),
• limits drive wheels slip.
LOCATION
7801
7215
0004
7804
7015
7005
1320
4410
7806
BSI1
0
7000
CV00
7010
7806 (hydraulic unit and electronic stability program ECU)
• incorporates the electronic stability program ECU which manages and corrects braking, traction and
vehicle trajectory (by operating the hydraulic unit solenoid valves and/or engine torque modification
request),
• distributes and/or modulates braking pressure using 12 solenoid valves.
1320 (engine ECU) manages the engine torque.
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the steering wheel angle sensor.
7804 (gyrometer / accelerometer sensor) measures lateral acceleration and rate of yaw.
7801 (electronic stability program cutoff switch)
7000, 7005, 7010, 7015 (wheel ABS sensors ) are of the Hall effect type and give the wheel speed information,
4410 (brake fluid level switch)
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FUNCTION: ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM (ESP)
FUNCTIONING
The ESP ECU is incorporated into the hydraulic unit (7806) and manages the following functions:
• electronic stability program (ESP),
• wheel anti-locking (same function as ABS 5.3),
• electronic braking distribution (REF).
• traction control (ASR).
The special feature on the 307 is the use of a magnetic polarised indexer composed of 48 pairs of poles integrated into the wheel bearing.
The hydraulic unit (7806)
This is composed of:
4 inlet solenoid valves and 4 exhaust solenoid valves,
2 switching solenoid valves (on/off) and 2 main solenoid valves (on/off),
2 accumulators,
2 dampers,
a re-injection pump.
The hydraulic unit is located at the front left of the vehicle, on the chassis rail under the headlight.
ESP function
The ESP ECU compares the trajectory required by the driver using the information from the steering wheel angle
sensor (CV00) with the actual vehicle trajectory given by the gyrometer / accelerometer sensor (7804).
If the vehicle is oversteering or understeering, the ECU adjusts the trajectory:
• by braking on one or more wheels (creating a moment of yaw on the car),
• and/or by acting on the engine torque.
This system controls the vehicle trajectory (wheel skid) in case of acceleration, braking, sudden change of direction, or extreme driving conditions. It is a major improvement in terms of active safety whilst preserving the dynamic character of the car and driving pleasure.
ASR function
The ASR optimises front wheel traction in case of harsh acceleration or on slippy surfaces.
To enable the vehicle to be used under certain extreme conditions (ice, snow), the ESP and ABS functions may
be neutralised by the customer, using the ESP cut-off switch (7801).
The Bosch ESP 5.7 ASP is not programmable. After replacement, the type of tyres fitted to the vehicle must be
programmed in.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• The Bosch 5.7 ESP system no longer has a pre-loading pump, this function is provided by the hydraulic
unit re-injection pump (7806).
• The hydraulic unit inlet solenoid valves (7806) are semi-proportional (more silent and gradual in
operation).
• After changing the CV00, the steering wheel angle sensor must be programmed with the DIAG2000.
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FUNCTION: ELECTRONIC STABILITY PROGRAM (ESP)
DOWNGRADED MODES
Faulty function or item
ABS status
REF status
ESP/ASR status
1 wheel sensor
inactive
active
2 wheel sensors
or more
inactive
active
no
on
no
on
Gyrometer/acceleromete
sensor
Steering wheel angle sensor
Pressure sensor
Brake pedal switch
active
active
active
active
active
active
active
active
Back-up brake
pedal switch
Brake fluid level
Re-injection pump
or relay
Safety relay
active
active
active
inactive
active
active
Rear inlet or exhaust
solenoid valve
Front inlet solenoid
valve
Light
ABS
on
ASP/ASR light
(V4420)
off
Light
ESP/ASR
on
on
on (if 3
faulty
sensors)
off
on
inactive
off
inactive
off
inactive (if brake and
off
pressure sensors faulty
off
off
off
on
on
on
inactive (if brake and
off
pressure sensors faulty)
inactive
off
inactive
on
off
on
off
off
on
on
on (if
permanently open)
on
on
regulation
this wheel
regulation
these wheels
inactive
inactive (ift
inactive (if
permanently open) permanently open)
inactive
régulation sur
other wheel
inactive
active (if not locked
inactive
on
inactive
on
inactive
on
inactive
on
inactive
on
(if locked
"closed")
off
(if locked
"open")
on
on
(if locked
"closed")
off
(if locked
"open")
on
on
on
on
off
on
on
on
off
Front exhaust solenoid
valve
inactive
Switching valve
commutation
inactive (if locked
"closed")
"closed")
active (if not
locked
"ope,")
inactive (if locked
"closed")
1 solenoid valve or more
ABS limitation
active (if locked
"open")
active (if locked
"open")
inactive
Power supply
inactive if :
+BB < 10V
+BB > 16V
inactive
inactive
active
active
inactive if :
+BB < 8.5 V
+BB > 16V
inactive
active
active
active
inactive if :
+BB < 10V
+BB > 16V
inactive
inactive
active
inactive
(-ex. auto box)
ECU
ECU programming
Tyrez programming
CAN Network
communication
off
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on (if not
locked
"open")
on (if locked
"open")
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
on
(-ex. auto Box)
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DRIVING AIDS
FUNCTION: CRUISE CONTROL
PRINCIPLE
• Maintains the vehicle at the speed requested by the driver,
• Function managed by the engine ECU (1320).
LOCATION
1600
1261
7025/7806
1320
7300
BSI1
/+
SET
4
SET/-
ON
OFF
1
CV00
2
0
7308
3
2100
7215
7306
7300 (cruise control switch) composed of a two-position thumbwheel (1) and three pushbuttons, to input driver
settings. This switch is a CV00 secondary control.
CV00 (steering column control module) processes the information sensed by the switch to feed it to the VAN
network (=> BSI).
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the user inputs and brake pedal status. It transmits the information
over the CAN network (=> 1320).
1320 (engine ECU) carries out the orders transmitted by the BSI (adapts engine torque) and monitors system
safety.
7025 / 7806 (ABS or ESP hydraulic unit) supplies the vehicle speed information to the CAN network (=> 1320,
BSI)..
7306 (“clutch” cruise control safety switch) clutch pedal status (=> 1320).
7308 (“brake” cruise control safety switch) brake pedal status (=> 1320).
2100 (stop switch) brake pedal status (=> BSI).
1600 (shift lever position switch) position of the automatic gearbox shift lever.
1261 (accelerator pedal position sensor) accelerator pedal position (=> 1320).
7215 (multifunction screen) informs the driver of cruise control activation, de-activation or a fault.
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FUNCTION: CRUISE CONTROL
FUNCTIONING
Activation / de-activation of the vehicle cruise control function
Setting the two-position thumbwheel (1) to ON activates the cruise control function.
Activation is authorised by the engine ECU if:
• There are no faults on the sensors (brakes, clutch and accelerator),
• There are no vehicle speed faults,
• Programming carried out (1320 and BSI).
The cruise control function is de-activated when:
the two position thumbwheel (1) is set to the “ OFF “ position.
the engine ECU detects a fault in the system.
De-activation erases the speed set in the memory.
When the function is activated or de-activated, the BSI informs the driver of the system status on the multifunction
screen.
Vehicle cruise control
Cruise control functions when:
• the function is activated,
• the driver enters a speed setting in the memory => one press on the “ SET/+ (2) or SET/- (3) button
“(store vehicle current speed).
• the following conditions are met:
- No ESP control,
- Brake pedal released,
- Vehicle speed over 30 Km/h and under 200 Km/h,
- Clutch pedal released or automatic gearbox gear engaged higher than “2”.
- Engine speed under ______ rpm,
- There are no faults on the sensors (brakes, clutch and accelerator),
- There are no vehicle speed faults,
- Programming carried out.
The driver may alter the speed setting at any time by:
• pressing the “ SET/+ or SET/- “ button (to increase or decrease the speed setting by 1.6 Km/h),
• a long press on the “ SET/+ or SET/- “ button for continuous speed setting alteration.
Cruise control is lost, without losing the speed setting when:
• pressing the “ Cancel / Resume “ button (4),
• pressing the brake pedal, clutch pedal or changing the automatic gearbox lever position.
One press on the “ Cancel / Resume “ button re-activates cruise control.
Pressing the accelerator pedal enables the driver to increase the vehicle speed without altering the speed setting
and without de-activating the function. Cruise control resumes when the pedal is no longer pressed.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• The cruise control function must be programmed into the BSI and 1320.
• The speed setting is memorised by the 1320 and BSI, and will be erased when the ignition is switched off or the
function is de-activated.
• In “ activation “ mode, when the accelerator pedal is pressed, the driver de-activates cruise control only if the
torque requested by the driver is higher than the torque required by the cruise control function.
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PASSIVE SAFETY
FUNCTION: AIRBAGS / PYROTECHNIC SEATBELTS
PRINCIPLE
• Detection of frontal, side and rear impacts,
• Transmission of “impact detected” information.
LOCATION
6564
6574
6562
6574
6565
6552
6576
6551
7215
6575
6563
6569
CV00
0004
ON
6570
6575
OFF
6573
0
BSI1
AIRBAG PASS
6570 (airbag and pretensioner module) manages the airbag and pyrotechnic seatbelt function.
6564 / 6565 (front airbags) are triggered in case of frontal impact:
• Driver front airbag: 60 litres (2 propergol based igniters),
• Passenger front airbag: 90 litres (2 propergol based igniters),
6562 / 6563 (side airbag module) are triggered in case of side impact, to protect the front occupants’ chest.
• Side chest level airbags: 12 litres
6552 / 6551 (curtain airbag modules) are triggered in case of side impact, protection of occupants’ upper body.
They complement the side airbags.
• Curtain airbag: 33 litres (hybrid igniter “pyrotechnic charge combined with a compressed inert gas”)
6573 / 6574 (satellites) used for pre-detection of side impacts.
6575 / 6576 (pretensioners) hold the occupant against the seat at start of impact.
6569 (passenger airbag override switch) used to inhibit the passenger frontal airbag.
CV00 (steering column control module) incorporates the rotary sensor.
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the fuel pump, doors/boot/bonnet and hazard warning lights.
7215 (multifunction screen) displays the messages.
0004 (instrument panel) shows the indicator/warning lights.
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FUNCTION: AIRBAGS / PYROTECHNIC SEATBELTS
FUNCTIONING
In case of frontal impact, the airbag and pretensioner module simultaneously:
• triggers the pre-tensioners,
• triggers the airbags using the level 1 pyrotechnic module then level 2, staggered depending on the type
of impact,
• transmits the “impact detected” information.
Type of impact:
• low speed => delay approximately 150 ms,
• medium speed => delay approximately 30 ms,
• high speed => delay approximately 3 ms,
In case of frontal impact, the airbag and pretensioner module simultaneously trigger (on impact side):
• the chest level side airbag,
• the curtain airbag,
• transmits the “impact detected” information.
In case of rear impact, the airbag and pre-tensioner module triggers the front pyrotechnic seatbelt modules and
transmits the “impact detected” information.
Impact detection
The “ inertia switch “ function is provided by the airbag ECU (transmits the “ impact detected “) information. When
the “impact detected” information is on the VAN network, the BSI requests:
• fuel pump cut-off (to re-power the fuel pump: cut off and turn on the +CC again),
• hazard warning lights on,
• automatic door unlocking (except for low speed impacts).
Instrument panel warning lights
• “ system fault “,
• “ passenger airbag inhibited “,
• “ driver seatbelt not fastened “.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
• The front airbags are of a new design (SMART AIRBAGS with staggered triggering depending on the impact).
• The inertia switch function is provided by the airbag ECU (transmits “impact detected” information, front, side and
rear).
• To re-power the fuel pump (after an impact): turn the +CC off and on again,
• The driver airbag rotary switch is incorporated into the CV00.
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POWER MANAGEMENT
FUNCTION: BATTERY CHARGE MANAGEMENT
PRINCIPLE
To prioritise battery charging.
LOCATION
1020
BB00
BSI1
BB00 (battery)
1020 (alternator)
BSI1 (built-in systems interface)
• monitors the battery and alternator voltage,
• manages consumer equipment demand,
• protects the electrical network.
FUNCTIONING
Electrical power management
The BSI manages the electrical energy requirements (consumer equipment) taking into account the alternator
generation capacity:
• it monitors the status of the battery, the alternator and consumer equipment,
• it applies a load-shedding strategy to the consumer equipment (see loading, shedding document) to
prioritise battery charging.
Battery voltage monitoring
The battery nominal voltage is between 12 V and 14 V.
Depending on the external temperature the BSI applies a different strategy in order to validate the battery voltage:
• external T° > 15° C => battery voltage valid 15 s after start-up,
• external T° < 15° C => battery voltage valid 1 min after start-up,
Battery light management (V1000)
The BSI orders lighting of the battery warning light on the instrument panel if, for at least 3 min:
• battery voltage < 11.7 V
or
• battery voltage > 15.5 V
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POWER MANAGEMENT
FUNCTION: LOADING / SHEDDING
PRINCIPLE
With the engine running, the BSI monitors the battery and alternator voltage, the consumer equipment and applies a strategy:
• of shedding (deprives certain consumer equipment => prioritises battery charging),
• loading (activation of certain consumer equipment => alternator overload).
LOCATION
1020
1320
BB00
BSI1
BB00 (battery)
1020 (alternator)
BSI1 (built-in systems interface) manages the driving loading / shedding function.
1320 (engine ECU) asks for activation of consumer equipment (loading).
FUNCTIONING
Shedding / loading is only possible if the battery voltage is validated (see “battery charge”).
Load shedding consists in inhibiting certain consumer equipment in relation to the battery voltage la (engine running) => ensure that battery charge is maintained to ensure engine starting.
If the battery voltage drops to under 12.8 V, the BSI determines the degree of shedding, and gradually de-activates the main power consumers (every 10 s) starting with those who have been forcibly powered (by loading).
Load shedding takes priority over loading.
A shed function may be re-activated by the customer (it is no longer shed until the +CC is turned off).
Voltage
shedding reduction
12,8
shedding increase
12
maximum shedding
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POWER MANAGEMENT
FUNCTION: LOADING / SHEDDING
Loading consists in activating consumer equipment (every 30 s) while monitoring the battery voltage (engine running).
When requested by the engine ECU (diesel), if the battery voltage is over 12.8 V, the BSI activates the consumer
equipment to artificially increase the electrical power consumption and meet the particle filter function requirements (increase in engine temperature).
Summary table of consumer equipment involved in the shedding / loading function.
Level
Glow
plugs
(1160)
Fan slow
(1508)
De-icing
(8120)
(6410/6415)
Additional
element :
CTP1 (8049)
Additional
element :
CTP2 (8049)
Blower
(8050)
Compressor
(8020)
Min
SHEDDING
(PF)
Max
Min
Min
SHEDDING
(Battery
charge)
Max
Load shedding mode, special functioning features:
• for de-icing:
- the minimum functioning time is 6 min,
- the 7 min warning light comes on, (during the extra minute if the battery voltage returns to
normal de-icing recommences for 6 min).
• the compressor:
- compressor shedding is only requested if the battery voltage is under 12 V.
• air conditioning blower:
- blower load shedding is only possible if rapid demisting is not necessary.
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
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FUNCTION: STANDBY / WAKE-UP
[PRINCIPLE
Functioning and power supply to the VAN networks does not only depend on the position of the key. Depending
on certain events, the VAN networks are functional for a limited time, managed by the BSI ( to limit electrical
power consumption, engine not running).
FUNCTIONING
Wake-up mode
In this mode, the VAN networks function normally, for:
• 65 s, if +AA and +CC absent (7 s in economy mode),
• 30 min, if +AA or +CC present (1 min in economy mode).
The VAN comfort and body networks are woken up simultaneously by:
• action on a direct BSI input:
- turning on of the + CC or + AA,
- opening or closing the doors (front or rear) and the boot.
• earthing of Data/:
- CV00 (steering column control module) HF remote control, sidelights, headlight flasher,
horn,
- 8602 (alarm) following triggering,
- 0004 (instrument panel) pressing the hazard warning lights button or locking the doors.
- 8410 (radio) on/off, (with communications facilities: answer telephone, communication services,
emergency services).
The VAN networks are kept “awake” for one minute following +AA cut-off, which permits:
• closing or opening of windows,
• opening or closing of the sunroof,
• folding of the electric rear view mirrors,
• key forgotten in ignition.
Standby mode
If no wake-up or hold is requested, the VAN networks switch to standby mode 65 s after the last condition has
disappeared (7 s in economy mode).
The BSI sets to standby mode (low current consumption) 65 s after the van networks are set to standby.
Economy mode
The VAN networks can operate for 30 min with the engine stopped (radio, communications, etc.).
After the 30 min, the VAN networks operate in economy mode:
• shorter wake-up and hold time,
• not all of the ECU’s are authorised to function.
Economy mode is de-activated as soon as the engine information is present.
SHOW ROOM mode (programmable in the BSI)
This mode prevents switchover to economy mode, the van networks function normally (vehicle presentation: fair,
expo).
REMARKS or SPECIAL POINTS
In economy mode the VAN networks are woken up for:
• 7 s,
• 65 s if the ignition key is operated (position 0 => +AA, +AA => +CC, +CC => +AA).
In economy mode, ECU diagnostic (dialog) is possible on the 307.
VAN network on standby: pressing the buttons managed by the instrument panel (hazard warning lights and door
locking) must last for at least 150 ms to activate the function (BSI wake-up in 150 ms).
If the action is less than 150 ms, only the networks are woken up. The button must be pressed a second time to
activate the function.
All network wake-ups are timer counted for switching to economy mode.
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