FUSES Relay/fuse box 81C

General Information
BATTERY
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
XENON BULBS
REAR LIGHTS
INTERIOR LIGHTING
FUSES
IMMOBILISER
HORN
ALARM
INSTRUMENT PANEL
ON BOARD COMPUTER
ON BOARD TELEMATIC SYSTEM
CRUISE CONTROL
CONTROLS & SIGNALS
WIPERS/WASHERS
RADIO
CONNECTION UNIT
DOORS AND BOOT MANAGEMENT
SUNROOF
PARKING AID
WIRING
MULTIPLEXING
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
DRIVER'S POSITION
JK0B - JK0D - JK0G - JK0H - JK0J - JK0K
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Edition 3 - AUGUST 2002
"The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the
technical specifications current when it was prepared.
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Electrical
equipment
Contents
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80A BATTERY
Battery: Removal - refitting
Safety
Check
81C FUSES
80A-1
80A-2
80A-3
80B-1
80B-4
80B-5
80B-6
80B-7
80B-8
80B-9
80B-10
80B-11
80B-12
80C-1
80C-5
80C-6
80C-8
80C-10
80C-11
80C-13
81A REAR LIGHTS
Rear lights
Fog lights
High-level brakelight
License plate light
81A-1
81A-2
81A-4
81A-5
82B HORN
82B-1
82C ALARM
Pre-fitting
82C-1
83A INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
"Service" warning light
"Stop" warning light
List of messages
Fuel level sensor
Oil level sensor’
83A-1
83A-8
83A-9
83A-10
83A-11
83A-14
83B ON BOARD COMPUTER
81B INTERIOR LIGHTING
Operation
Courtesy light
Vanity light
RENAULT Card: General information 82A-1
RENAULT Card: Usage
82A-3
RENAULT Card: Programming
82A-9
Injection computer
82A-15
Electric steering column lock
82A-16
Engine start/stop button
82A-19
RENAULT Card reader
82A-20
Starter aerial
82A-21
Horn
80C XENON BULBS
Description
Xenon headlights
Xenon bulbs
Rear height sensor
Sensor/Front computer
Computer (ballast)
System initialisation
and headlight adjustment
81C-1
81C-21
82A IMMOBILISER
80B FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Automatic headlights
Daytime running light
Headlight
Headlight: Repair
Connection
Headlight beam adjustment
Halogen bulbs
Beam adjustment
Switches
Fog lights
Relay and fuse box
Battery protection fuses
81B-1
81B-2
81B-3
Voice synthesiser
83B-1
Edition 3
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83C ON BOARD TELEMATIC SYSTEM
Navigation aid: General information
Navigation aid:
Central Communication Unit
Navigation aid: Keyboard
Navigation aid: Screen
Navigation aid: Speaker
Navigation aid: Aerial
Navigation aid: Changing language
Navigation aid: Navigation menus
83C-1
83C-2
83C-5
83C-8
83C-11
83C-12
83C-13
83C-14
83D CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control/speed limiter:
Description
Cruise control/speed limiter:
Connector allocation
Cruise control: Operation
Speed limiter: Operation
83D-1
83D-4
83D-7
83D-8
84A CONTROLS & SIGNALS
Rotary switch
Lighting switch
Hazard warning lights switch
Lighting dimmer
Automatic parking brake
Heated seat switch
Door lock switch
Electric window lift switches
Childproof lock switches
Door open sensor
Door locks
Tailgate electric lock
Tailgate opening control
Rear screen lock
Rear screen opening control
Door mirror control
Interior rear-view mirror
Electric door mirrors
External temperature sensor
Rear-view mirrors fault finding Customer complaints
Rear-view mirrors fault finding Fault finding chart
84A-1
84A-3
84A-5
84A-6
84A-7
84A-8
84A-9
84A-10
84A-18
84A-19
84A-20
84A-21
84A-22
84A-23
84A-24
84A-25
84A-26
84A-27
84A-28
84A-29
84A-30
85A WIPERS/WASHERS
Windscreen wiper blades
Windscreen wiper mechanism
Windscreen wipers
Rain sensor
Rear screen wiper motor
Rear screen wiper mechanism
Windscreen washer
Headlight washers
85A-1
85A-2
85A-5
85A-6
85A-8
85A-10
85A-13
85A-14
Edition 3
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87C DOORS AND BOOT MANAGEMENT
86A RADIO
General information
Entry level radio: General information
Entry level radio: Protection code
Entry level radio:
Configuration - Setting
Entry level radio: Connections
Top of the range radio: Operation
Top of the range radio:
Protection code
Top of the range radio:
Configuration - Setting
Top of the range radio: CD changer
Top of the range radio:
Tuner-amplifier
Steering wheel control
Aerial
Speakers
86A-1
86A-2
86A-3
86A-4
86A-5
86A-6
86A-7
86A-10
86A-12
86A-14
86A-16
86A-17
86A-18
Keyless vehicle: RENAULT Card
Keyless vehicle:
Basic RENAULT Card
Keyless vehicle:
Hands-free RENAULT Card
Keyless vehicle:
Door opening sensors
Keyless vehicle: Side repeaters
Keyless vehicle: Hands-free aerial
Keyless vehicle:
RENAULT Card reader
Keyless vehicle: Diagram
87C-1
87C-4
87C-7
87C-10
87C-11
87C-12
87C-13
87C-14
87D POWER WINDOW - SUNROOF
Electric sunroof screen
Electric sunroof
87D-1
87D-3
86B MOBILE PHONE
Pre-fitting
86B-1
87B CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
Configuration of
Passenger compartment
87B-1
87F PARKING AID
Proximity sensor: Operation
Inhibitor switch
Computer
Obstacle warning buzzer
Ultrasound sensor
87F-1
87F-2
87F-3
87F-5
87F-6
87B-13
Edition 3
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88A WIRING
Diagnostic socket
Automatic seat connector
Headlining wiring harness
88A-1
88A-2
88A-3
88B MULTIPLEXING
Description
88B-1
88C AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
General information
Repair precautions
Airbag computer locking procedure
Airbag computer
Side impact sensor
Seat position sensor
Inhibition switch
Front pretensioners
Driver's front air bag
Passenger front air bag
Front side air bag (chest)
Rear side air bag (chest)
Side screen air bags
Destruction procedure
88C-1
88C-4
88C-5
88C-6
88C-10
88C-11
88C-12
88C-13
88C-15
88C-17
88C-19
88C-21
88C-22
88C-25
88D DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
Electrical seat adjustment
88D-1
88D-11
Edition 3
BATTERY
180A
Battery: Removal - Refitting
80A
REFITTING
REMOVAL
Correctly position the battery and tighten the mounting
to a torque of 0.7 daNm.
These vehicles are fitted with lead-calcium batteries
with a low water consumption. Topping up the
electrolyte level is therefore prohibited.
Tighten the terminals to a torque of 1.2 daNm.
If the vehicle must be moved, before disconnecting the
battery, lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool. This unlocks the steering column electric lock.
Switch off all the consumers.
When the battery is refitted and after every time it has
been disconnected, a certain number of simple
programming operations, which do not require the
diagnostic tool, will have to be carried out for the
vehicle to work properly:
Disconnect the battery.
●
setting the time on the clock,
entering the four figure radio code (using the remote
controls at the steering wheel),
● initialising the one-touch electric window motors:
– close the windows completely,
– the windows move jerkily to the upper limit,
– keep the buttons pressed for a few seconds,
– lower the windows to the lower stop,
– keep the buttons pressed for a few seconds,
– the motors are initialised.
● initialising the electric sunroof motor:
– set the switch to closed roof curtain position,
– press and hold it. After 3 seconds, the sunroof
moves to closing position, keep pressing the
switch for the sunroof to initialise (step-by-step
anti-pinch movement for the sunroof and
continuous movement for the roof curtain),
– release the switch,
– press the switch again within 3 seconds,
– keep the switch depressed, the sunroof and roof
curtain will open then close in the slide position,
– the motors are initialised,
– set the switch to stop.
●
To remove the battery, remove the flange mounting
bolt (A).
NOTE:
During the initialisation procedure, the time between
the two actions must not exceed 3 seconds, or the
electronics will start a new initialisation cycle.
80A-1
Edition 2
BATTERY
Safety
It should be remembered that a battery:
– contains sulphuric acid, which is dangerous,
– produces oxygen and hydrogen during charging. The
mixture of these two gases is an explosive gas,
hence the risk of explosion.
1) DANGER - ACID
80A
2) DANGER - RISK OF EXPLOSION
When a battery is charging (either in a vehicle or
elsewhere), oxygen and hydrogen are produced. Gas
production is at a maximum when the battery is
completely charged and the quantity of gas produced
is proportional to the strength of the charging current.
Oxygen and hydrogen mix in the open air and on the
surface of the plates and form an explosive mixture.
This mixture is highly explosive.
Sulphuric acid is a highly corrosive and toxic
substance which corrodes most metals.
It is also very important, when handling a battery, to
take the following precautions:
– protect your eyes with goggles,
– wear acid-proof gloves and clothing.
The smallest of sparks or heat sources can cause an
explosion. The explosion is strong enough to shatter
the battery and spray the acid into the surrounding
atmosphere.
If acid splashes on to your clothing, rinse all
contaminated areas thoroughly in water. If your
eyes are affected, consult a doctor.
People nearby are at risk (shattered casing parts, acid
splashes). Acid splashes are harmful to the eyes, face
and hands. They also damage clothing.
Protection against the danger of explosion, which can
be caused by incorrect handling of the battery, must be
taken very seriously. Avoid all risks of sparks.
Check that all consumers are completely switched
off.
● When a battery is being charged in a room, switch off
the charger before connecting or disconnecting the
battery.
● Do not put any metallic items onto the battery as this
may create a short circuit across the terminals.
● Never hold a naked flame, a welding gun, hot air gun,
a cigarette or a lit match near to a battery.
●
80A-2
Edition 2
BATTERY
Checking
80A
CHECK AND MAINTENANCE
BATTERY CHARGE
Visual inspection
For the battery checking procedure and the equipment
to use, refer to the note headed Systematic battery
check on new vehicles before delivery.
1. of the mounting bolt
● The battery must be mounted correctly (tightening
torque 0.7 daNm). Excessive tightening is pointless
and dangerous because it deforms, and may even
break, the battery tray. Conversely, a mounting
weakness leads to too much clearance, and there
may be wear caused by the battery tray moving and
breakage caused by impact.
2. of cleanliness
● check for the absence of crystallising salts
(sulphation) on the terminals and then clean them
and grease them if necessary,
● check that the nuts are correctly tightened on the
terminals. Poor contact could cause starting faults or
charging faults which could cause sparks and the risk
of the battery exploding.
Charger validation test reminder.
During charging, heating is much more rapid and
greater, the higher the charge. This is why it is
essential to use a direct current charger.
Test
set the maximum charge intensity adjustment
potentiometer,
● Take a reading of the voltage displayed on your
charger or at the battery terminals.
●
If the voltage displayed is above 15 V, your charger is
not a direct current charger (use is dangerous for the
battery).
If acid splashes on to your clothing, rinse all
contaminated areas thoroughly in water. If your
eyes are affected, consult a doctor.
Stop the charging operation.
80A-3
Edition 2
BATTERY
Checking
80A
Make sure the battery is the real source of the problem.
The problem could come from:
– an abnormal electrical consumer,
– an alternator charging fault, etc.
Is the battery
three years old or
older?
No
no
Has the engine been
running during the
past hour?
yes
Replace the vehicle's battery
yes
– Stop the engine and switch off the ignition.
– Switch on the dipped headlights for two
minutes.
– Turn off the dipped headlights and side lights.
– Wait two minutes,
–
–
–
–
The tool displays
Battery OK
+ recharge or Charge
+ retest
Recharge the battery
using a direct current
charger
Switch off the ignition.
Switch off all the consumers.
Adjust tool Elé. 1593 (Midtronics R330).
carry out the test.
The tool
displays
Test impossible
Is this the first
occurrence of the
message
The tool displays
Incorrect
component or
Replace battery
no
yes
Check the tool
connection to the
battery.
Switch off all the
consumers.
80A-4
The tool displays
Battery OK
The battery is not the
cause of the
problem.
Check the charge
circuit and make sure
there is no abnormal
electrical consumer.
Replace the battery
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
280B
Automatic headlights
80B
AUTOMATIC HEADLIGHTS WHEN DRIVING
Vehicles may be fitted with automatic dipped headlights and sidelights that turn on automatically when daylight
fades, (if the engine is running).
Activation
The function is operated via the light detector (built in to the rain detector) and the UCH.
1
2
3
4
Rain detector
UCH
Headlights
Lighting stalk
The function can be switched on or off with the lighting stalk, if the UCH is correctly configured (see Section 87B
Interconnexion Unit):
– Switch on the ignition;
– Using the stalk, turn the ignition on and off twice in under 4 seconds;
– If the function has changed state, the instrument panel beeps.
For details on replacing the light detector, see Section 85A, Rain and light sensor).
80B-1
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Automatic headlights
80B
AUTOMATIC HEADLIGHTS WHEN THE VEHICLE IS STATIONARY (Follow Me Home function)
Depending on the version, vehicles may be fitted with dipped headlights that come on automatically (when the
engine is switched off). This function only works when the ignition is switched off and operates in timed periods of
30 seconds (maximum 2 minutes).
Activation
It is switched on with the lighting stalk:
– switch off the ignition,
– turn on the main beam headlights twice using the stalk,
– the instrument panel beeps,
– the lights will be power for 30 seconds,
– another 30 seconds are added each time the main beam headlights are turned on with the stalk.
This function can be stopped:
– by turning on the ignition,
– by pressing the "Confort" button,
– by turning on the dipped beam headlights.
DISTANCE HEADLIGHTS Comfort function)
Depending on the version, vehicles may be fitted with the Comfort function. This function is activated by pressing the
RENAULT Card and allows you to switch on:
– the side lights,
– the dipped beam headlights,
– the side repeaters
– the interior lighting.
This function is timed (approximately 30 seconds) or may be stopped by pressing the Comfort button on the
RENAULT Card.
80B-2
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Automatic headlights
Automatic headlights when driving.
80B
Automatic headlights when the vehicle is
stationary (Follow Me Home function).
Switch on the ignition.
Switch off the ignition.
Switch on and off twice.
Turn on the main beam headlights twice.
If the modification has been registered, the
instrument panel emits a beep.
The lights will be supplied for 30 seconds,
Turn on the headlights once again.
From now on the system will operate in
automatic mode. Manual mode is still possible.
In the event of incorrect operation, check the
UCH configuration.
The time is increased by 30 seconds (2 minutes
maximum).
Perform the same operation to return to
completely manual mode.
Press the RENAULT Card Comfort button to
turn off the function.
80B-3
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Daytime running lights
80B
To access the relay (daytime running lights), it is
necessary to remove the centre section of the
dashboard (see procedure in Section 81C Fuses).
The daytime running lights function, for some
countries, is operated by the UCH.
In addition, the relay/fuse box contains specific
shunts to supply the lighting stalk (part number
77 00 821 578).
To activate or deactivate this function:
●
fit the shunts (A):
– operation without daytime running lights: shunts
fitted,
– operation with daytime running lights: shunts not
fitted.
●
configure the UCH using the diagnostic tool and the
Command mode, System configuration menu,
then select with or without daytime running lights
(refer to Section 87B Inteconnection unit).
●
position the relays on the Option Fuse-Relay Box.
Refer to Section 81C Fuses for their positions (check
the presence of the wiring).
80B-4
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
headlight
80B
REMOVAL (all types)
For features of headlights with Xenon bulbs (see
Section 80C Xenon headlights section).
It is essential to disconnect the battery before any
operation.
Switching on the lamp when it is not in the light unit is
prohibited (dangerous to the eyes).
WARNING:
Before beginning the operation, the bumpers
(section underneath the lens unit) must be protected
with masking tape.
Disconnect the battery.
Partially release the seal (A).
Remove:
– the clips attaching the rain channel and the upper
section of the grille,
– the drainpipe (B),
Unclip the light unit by pulling it forwards.
Disconnect the connectors.
REFITTING
After any operation on a headlight unit, initialise the
Xenon headlights system (depending on the version)
and the headlight beam adjustment.
– the mounting bolt (C).
Depending on the engine, two possibilities are
available for the mounting bolt (D):
● either passing through the engine compartment,
● or gently pulling out the grille (1) to pass the key
through (2).
80B-5
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: Repair
REPAIR METHOD
80B
Mounting bracket grille side
File down the broken section of the headlight unit to fit
the new mounting bracket.
WARNING:
Before any repair (repair kit), it is very important to
check that the headlight unit has no cracks which
moisture could enter. In this case, replace the
headlight unit.
Moderately tighten the mounting screws.
Lower mounting bracket
Upper mounting bracket
It is not necessary to remove the bumper to replace
the mounting bracket.
At (A), cut the broken section as shown in the diagram,
to fit the new mounting bracket properly.
Moderately tighten the mounting screws
80B-6
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Connection
Track
1
2
3
4
5
80B
Description
Earth
Dipped beam headlight
Direction indicator light
Main beam headlight
Side light
NOTE:
Track numbers are read from right to left on all
headlights.
80B-7
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Headlight adjustment
80B
The vehicle must be on a flat level surface.
Check the tyre pressures.
Check that the vehicle is empty.
Switch on the ignition and turn on the dipped
headlights.
Do not apply the parking brake.
●
●
turn screw (D) to adjust the height,
turn screw (E) to adjust the direction.
Set the adjustment tumblewheel to 0.
Place a headlight setting tool in front of the
vehicle and adjust the headlight setting
(depending on the version) according to the
value inscribed on the headlight .
Without moving the vehicle, manually adjust the
headlights.
80B-8
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Halogen lamps
On some engines, it is necessary to remove the
headlight unit to access the bulbs.
80B
SIDE LIGHT BULB
The 5W5 bulb can be replaced once the plastic cover
(2) has been removed.
MAIN BEAM BULB
The bulb can be replaced once plastic cover (1) has
been removed.
DIRECTION INDICATOR BULB
The PY21 W bulb (orange) can be replaced once
plastic cover (3) has been removed.
Use only approved bulbs to replace the main beam
bulbs:
DIPPED BEAM HEADLIGHT BULB
H7 (For Halogen headlight units)
H1 (For Xenon headlight units)
The H3 bulb can be replaced once plastic cover (4)
has been removed.
NOTE:
For information on replacing the Xenon bulbs, refer to
Section 80C: Xenon bulbs
80B-9
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Beam adjustment
80B
CONNECTION
REMOVING AND REFITTING THE BEAM
ADJUSTMENT CONTROL
To remove the control, you must first remove the
mounting.
Remove:
● the bolt covers,
● the two mounting bolts (A).
● the automatic parking brake handle,
● the beam adjustment control mounting.
Disconnect the connector, then release the control
from the mounting.
WHEEL
POSITION
CONTROL OUTPUT
VOLTAGE (in volts)
4
3
2
1
0
11
8.5
6
3.5
1.1
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
80B-10
Dipped headlights signal
Earth
+ After ignition
Control output
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Actuators
80B
CONNECTION
REMOVAL
It is necessary to remove the headlight unit to remove
the actuator:
– on some engines in the case of Halogen bulbs,
– in the case of Xenon bulbs.
Track
1
2
3
Description
Earth
Actuator control
Power supply
NOTE:
The actuators of headlight units fitted with Xenon bulbs
are specific.
The track markings is reversed on the actuators for
Halogen bulbs and Xenon bulbs.
Turn the actuator through an eighth of a turn towards
the outside then release it from the lens unit.
Disconnect the ball joint from the reflector shell, tilting
the actuator slightly.
REFITTING
Keep the reflector shell towards the rear of the lens
unit by pulling on the bulb base.
Click the ball joint into the headlight clip.
Position the actuator on the lens unit.
Turn the actuator through an eighth of a turn towards
the inside to engage it in the light unit.
IMPORTANT:
After the actuators have been removed, the system
must be initialised and the headlights adjusted (see
Section 80B Headlight Adjustment).
For initialising Xenon bulbs, see Section 80C Xenon
headlights).
80B-11
Edition 2
FRONT HEADLIGHTS
Fog lights
80B
REMOVAL
REFITTING
Remove the front bumper (refer to Bodywork section).
There are no specific points to mention here, but
remember to adjust the fog lights.
Unscrew mounting bolts (A).
Carry out adjustment using a screwdriver.
80B-12
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
180C
Description
80C
Automatic headlight beam depending on vehicle
ride height:
the automatic adjustment system maintains a constant
beam height in relation to the initial setting mode in the
factory or by the After-Sales network, irrespective of
changes in vehicle load and height.
These vehicles are required to have the following
fitted:
– automatic headlight beam correction depending on
vehicle ride height,
– headlight washers.
WARNING:
It is forbidden to fit a headlight with a discharge bulb to
a version not designed for this device.
These bulbs do not contain a filament. The light from
these bulbs is generated by two electrodes in a quartz
bulb which contains high pressure gas (Xenon) and
Mercury.
The electronic module, or ballast, incorporated into the
headlight is supplied by the vehicle's battery (12 V)
and generates a controlled voltage of 20 000 V when
the light is switched on, then an alternating voltage of
85 V during operation.
80C-1
Fault finding tools are compatible with this system.
Every time a fault is cleared, the actuators move
downwards.
For special notes on removing/refitting the
headlights, actuators and Halogen bulbs, refer to
Section 80B.
1 - Rear height sensor
2 - Front sensor-computer
3 - Actuator
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Description
80C
CHANGING THE LUMINOUS FLOW
Checking the modification of luminous flux
Headlight lighting is complemented by Xenon bulbs:
WARNING:
Do not stand in the range of the Xenon headlights.
If the dipped beam headlights are off, the Xenon bulb
is not supplied, a warning light only controls the main
beam headlights.
● If the dipped beam headlights (Xenon bulbs) are on,
a warning light controls the main beam headlights
and an electromagnet (the Xenon bulb remains lit).
The purpose of this electromagnet is to modify the
luminous flux from the dipped beam headlights.
●
disconnect the main beam headlight connectors,
place a headlight setting tool in front of the
headlights,
● turn on dipped beam headlights,
● switch the lighting stalk to the main beam position.
● the luminous flux should change.
●
●
Dipped beam headlight luminous flux
Main beam headlight luminous flux
A - Electromagnet
B - Flow modification system (low position for dipped
beam headlight; high position for main beam
headlight)
Replace the headlight in the event of a fault with the
electromagnet or flux modification system.
Checking the electromagnet
When a warning light comes on (dipped beam
headlights off), the main beam headlights should
switch on in conjunction with the electromagnet being
supplied (audible sound).
80C-2
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Description
80C
Headlight units fitted with Xenon bulbs are equipped
with a mechanism which modifies the luminous flux of
the dipped beam headlights according to the driving
position (right-hand drive or left-hand drive).
METHOD
The procedure may be carried out with the headlight
units in place, depending on the engine.
Disconnect the battery.
Remove the plastic cover.
Then press lever (A).
Reconnect the battery and check the wiring harness
using a headlight setting tool.
80C-3
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Description
80C
1 - Actuator
2 - Headlight
3 - Computer (Ballast)
4 - Front sensor - computer
5 - Rear sensor
A - + Lighting
B - + After ignition
C - Diagnostic connection
D - Vehicle speed information
E - Earth
80C-4
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Xenon headlights
80C
REMOVAL - REFITTING
The method for removing/refitting headlights with
Xenon bulbs is the same as the method for halogen
headlights.
WARNING:
Discharge bulbs light up at a voltage of 20,000 V, then
operate at 85 V AC.
It is therefore essential to disconnect the lens unit and
wait for the computer (ballast) to cool down before
removal.
It is forbidden to switch the bulb on when it is not in the
headlight unit (dangerous to the eyes).
CONNECTION
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
Earth
Dipped beam headlight
Direction indicator light
Main beam headlight and
electromagnet for Xenon bulb headlight
Side light
5
NOTE:
Track numbers are read from left to right on all
headlights.
80C-5
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Xenon bulbs
80C
Remove:
– the bulb locking bolt,
– the bulb.
REMOVAL
WARNING:
Discharge bulbs light up at a voltage of 20,000 V,
then operate at 85 V AC. It is therefore essential
to disconnect the lens unit and wait until the
computers (ballast and module) have cooled
down before removal.
It is forbidden to switch the bulb on when it is not
in the headlight unit (dangerous to the eyes).
To replace a Xenon bulb, it is preferable to remove the
headlight (depending on the engine).
WARNING:
Do not knock the bulb as external conductor (E) is very
fragile and must not be damaged.
IMPORTANT:
Do not throw away old bulbs (noxious substance), give
them to an organisation responsible for collection.
Remove the high voltage unit (C) by rotating it anticlockwise an eighth of a turn.
NOTE:
The connector (D) that supplies the high voltage unit is
automatically disconnected by a safety system. This
prevents the high voltage unit from being connected if
there is no bulb present.
80C-6
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Xenon bulbs
80C
REFITTING
Hold the bulb by the cap (if you touch the bulb, you
must clean it with alcohol and a soft lint-free cloth).
Fit:
● the bulb, the lug must be opposite the groove in the
headlight,
● the bulb locking bolt,
● the high voltage unit,
● the supply connector.
IMPORTANT:
After a Xenon bulb is replaced, the system must be
initialised and the headlights adjusted (refer to the 80C
Initialising the system and adjusting the
headlights).
80C-7
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Rear height sensor
REMOVAL
REFITTING
Remove:
● the clip (A),
● the two rear height sensor mounting bolts (B).
WARNING:
Replace clip (A) on each removal.
80C
IMPORTANT:
After refitting the rear height sensor, it is essential to
initialise the system and adjust the headlights (refer to
Section 80C Initialising the system and adjusting
the headlights).
Disconnect the connector.
80C-8
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Rear height sensor
80C
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Earth
Not used
Not used
Not used
Power supply
Sensor signal
80C-9
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Front sensor/computer
80C
REMOVAL
REFITTING
Remove:
– the front left-hand wheel,
– nut (A) connecting the ball joint to the lower
wishbone, and unscrew the mounting bolts (B).
IMPORTANT:
After the front sensor-computer has been refitted, the
system must be initialised and the headlights adjusted
(refer to Section 80C Initialising the system and
adjusting the headlights).
Disconnect the connector and remove the sensor.
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Earth
Power supply
Rear sensor signal
Vehicle speed signal
Diagnostic connection
Lighting signal
Actuator control
Rear sensor supply
IMPORTANT:
After the front computer sensor has been replaced, the
vehicle type must be configured using the diagnostic
tool and the system must be initialised.
NOTE:
It is not necessary to remove mounting (C) to remove
the sensor-computer.
80C-10
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Computer (ballast)
WARNING:
Discharge bulbs light up at a voltage of 20,000 V,
then operate at 85 V AC. It is therefore essential
to disconnect the lens unit and wait until the
computers (ballast and module) have cooled
down before removal.
It is forbidden to switch the bulb on when it is not
in the light unit (dangerous to the eyes).
80C
REFITTING
Observe the tightening torque of the computer
(1 daNm).
IMPORTANT:
After a computer (Ballast) has been removed, the
system must be initialised and the headlights adjusted
(see Section 80C Initialising the system and
adjusting the headlights).
REMOVAL
Remove the relevant headlight.
Place the headlight on a clean cloth so as not to
scratch it.
Remove the starred bolts (A).
80C-11
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
Computer (ballast)
80C
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Dipped headlights signal
Earth
Connection with high voltage module
(track No. 4)
Connection with high voltage module
(track No. 2)
Connection with high voltage module
(track No. 1)
Bulb earth
80C-12
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
System initialisation and headlight adjustment
INITIALISING THE XENON HEADLIGHTS SYSTEM
80C
HEADLIGHT ADJUSTMENT
This procedure should be performed after operations
on the headlights, on a sensor or on any part of the
suspension before adjusting the headlights.
Place the vehicle on a level horizontal surface.
IMPORTANT:
Do not apply the parking brake.
Check that the vehicle is empty. Do not get into the
vehicle throughout the operation.
Check the tyre pressures and open the bonnet.
Connect the diagnostic tools and check that there are
no faults.
Switch on the ignition, switch on the dipped beam
headlights, select and confirm the discharge bulb
computer.
Enter command AC010: Computer Calibration.
●
●
turn screw (D) to adjust the height,
turn screw (E) to adjust the direction.
NOTE:
It is possible to check that the system has been
initialised:
– the front sensor value read by parameter PR017:
Front height should be identical to the initial front
height value (PR004),
– the rear sensor value read by parameter PR018:
Rear height should be identical to the initial rear
height value (PR005).
Without switching off the ignition and using a
headlight setting tool, adjust the headlights using
screw (D) to adjust height and (E) to adjust direction.
IMPORTANT:
The level of the vehicle must not change between
initialisation and adjustment of the headlights. The two
procedures are inextricably linked.
IMPORTANT:
The system cannot be initialised:
– if the vehicle speed is not present or is not at zero,
– if the position of a sensor is outside permitted
tolerance values,
– if the computer has not been correctly configured.
80C-13
Edition 2
XENON LAMPS
System initialisation and headlight adjustment
80C
Initialise the Xenon headlights and adjust the
headlights.
The vehicle must be on a flat level surface.
Do not apply the parking brake.
Check that the vehicle is empty.
Switch on the ignition and turn on the dipped
headlights.
Check the tyre pressures and open the bonnet.
Establish dialogue by selecting the discharge
bulb system.
Check that there are no faults.
Place a headlight setting tool in front of the
vehicle and adjust the headlight setting
(depending on the version) according to the
value inscribed on the headlight.
Select command AC010: Computer
Calibration.
Without moving the vehicle, manually adjust the
headlights.
80C-14
Edition 2
REAR LIGHTS
181A
Rear light
81A
REFITTING
REFITTING
Remove the two bolts (A) from the light mounting.
To replace bulbs, it is essential to use:
● a P21W type bulb for the reversing light,
● a PY21W type bulb (orange) for the direction
indicator,
● a P21/5W bulb for the brake light and the side lights.
CONNECTION
Disconnect the connector.
Track
1
2
3
4
5
81A-1
Description
Earth
Direction indicator light
Reversing light
Side light
Brake light
Edition 2
REAR LIGHTS
Fog light
REMOVAL
81A
Disconnect the connector.
Remove:
– trim bolts (A),
Rotate the casing to access the bulb.
– the two bolts (B) from the light mounting.
REFITTING
To replace the bulb, it is essential to use a P21W type
bulb.
81A-2
Edition 2
REAR LIGHTS
Fog light
81A
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
Description
Power supply
Earth
81A-3
Edition 2
REAR LIGHTS
High level brake light
81A
REMOVAL
REFITTING
Unclip the central trim.
To replace the bulb, it is essential to use a W16W type
bulb.
Remove the two mounting bolts (A).
Disconnect the connector and the rear screen wash
pipe.
81A-4
Edition 2
REAR LIGHTS
Registration plate light
81A
The registration plate lights are clipped onto the
tailgate on either side of the opening control.
81A-5
Edition 2
INTERIOR LIGHTING
281B
Operating principle
81B
SPECIAL NOTES
Depending on version, vehicles can have:
– independent door sill lights (which light up when the
relevant door is opened);
– timed courtesy lights (front and rear);
– under-dashboard lights and lights under the front
seats linked to the courtesy lights;
– lights in the luggage compartment;
– courtesy lights on each sun visor.
TIMER OPERATION
The interior lights (courtesy lights and footwell lights)
are lit instantly by the UCH:
– when a door or the tailgate is opened,
– when the doors are unlocked with the remote control
(or the hands-free function),
– when the RENAULT Card is removed from the
reader.
The UCH switches the interior lights off after a delay
– switch off without delay:
● when the opening elements are locked using the
remote control (opening elements closed)
– switch off with delay:
● after the last opening element is closed,
● when the opening elements are unlocked with the
remote control,
● when the ignition is switched on (gradually).
NOTE:
If an opening element is left open for a long time
without the ignition being switched on or off, the UCH
switches off the interior lights after a delay of
approximately 45 minutes.
81B-1
Edition 2
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Courtesy light
81B
COURTESY LIGHTS
Depending on the position of the courtesy light and the
vehicle equipment, the lighting may have:
– a single central lighting switch;
– a central light switch and a reading light,
– a central light switch and two reading lights,
– a central light switch with brightness adjustment and
two reading lights.
REMOVAL - REFITTING
To remove the ceiling courtesy light:
– unclip the translucent cover (1);
– pull out the mounting bolts (2);
– rotate to release the connector.
CENTRAL ROOF (the most complete)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Not used
Signal from the UCH
Rear courtesy light link (rheostat)
+ Lighting
+ permanent (before ignition)
Earth
REAR ROOF (the most complete)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
81B-2
Description
Not used
Signal from the UCH
Rear courtesy light link (rheostat)
+ Lighting
+ permanent (before ignition)
Earth
Edition 2
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Vanity light
81B
Depending on the version, the vanity mirrors may be
fitted with a light incorporated into the headlining.
The switch is located on the mirror cover (1) on the sun
visor (2). The current is transmitted to the light (3) by
the central mounting (4) of the sun visors.
NOTE:
It is possible to check the operation of the switch by
connecting a multimeter at (5):
● mirror cover closed (switch open) = light off = infinite
resistance,
● mirror cover open (switch closed) = light on = zero
resistance.
81B-3
Edition 2
FUSES
381C
Relay/fuse box
DESCRIPTION
The relay/fuse box is clipped onto the UCH on the lefthand side of the dashboard.
81C
Fuses and shunts are fitted in the relay/fuse box,
depending on vehicle equipment. They must be
positioned in the same place on the new component.
The fuses can be accessed by removing the bottom of
the glove compartment (A).
81C-1
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
Disconnect the steering wheel airbag connectors (A)
from the speed regulator buttons (if fitted on vehicle).
REMOVAL
NOTE:
● It is essential to read the configurations using the
diagnostic tool when replacing the UCH;
● the relay/fuse box is clipped onto the UCH. One has
to be removed to remove the other.
IMPORTANT:
All operations on airbag and pretensioner
systems must be carried out by qualified trained
personnel.
WARNING:
Pyrotechnic systems (airbags and pretensioners)
must not be handled near to a heat source or a flame
as they may be triggered.
Locking the airbag computer unlocks the electric
steering column lock.
Disconnect the battery.
Remove:
● the steering wheel bolts after setting the wheels
straight,
● the steering wheel.
Disconnect the steering wheel airbag. Raise (2) the
airbag in order to slide it out.
81C-2
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
●
the steering wheel half-shells held in place by two
bolts (B).
81C
NOTE:
It is not necessary to separate the steering wheel angle
sensor (D). If it is separated, carry out the initialisation
procedure (refer to section 38C ABS).
Remove:
● the windscreen aperture pillars (E) and (F),
Mark the position of the rotary switch assembly,
checking that the wheels are straight, before removal.
Undo bolt (C), then unclip the steering column
assembly.
Disconnect the stalks (wiper, radio and lighting control)
and the rotary switch connector.
81C-3
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
●
81C
Disconnect passenger airbag connector (G) and the
tweeter connectors.
the tweeter speaker grilles,
Remove mounting bolts (H) and (I) from the upper
section of the dashboard.
●
the side pillars,
Partially unclip the upper section of the dashboard and
disconnect the insulation sensor.
Remove the upper section of the dashboard.
81C-4
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
Disconnect and remove the dashboard held in place
by two rivets (J).
●
bolts (M) in the rear central glove box behind the
covers.
Unclip the harness.
Remove:
● mounting bolt (K) behind the dashboard,
●
bolt (L) behind the sides of the dashboard
81C-5
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
●
81C
mounting bolts (N) in the passenger's glove box
behind the cover.
Refer to Section 86A Radio for vehicles equiped with
a radio and Section 83C On-board networking
system for vehicles equiped with a navigation system.
Cut plastic clip (P) holding the wiring harness.
To disconnect the connectors, unclip the central
section of the dashboard, then remove it. This
operation requires two people.
Remove mounting bolt (O) from the UCH.
Disconnect the UCH and the fuse and relay box
connectors.
Separate the UCH and the fuse and relay box by
pressing on latches (Q).
81C-6
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
REFITTING
81C
SPECIAL FEATURES OF THE AIRBAG
On the new part, place the relays and shunts in their
original position.
IMPORTANT:
Before unlocking the airbag computer, test it
using the diagnostic tool. If everything is
correct, unlock the computer, if not, refer to the
fault finding section.
Reconnect the wires and fit a large clip to retain the
harness firmly in place (P).
SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE ROTARY SWITCH
WARNING:
If these instructions are not followed the system
may not operate normally and could even be
triggered accidentally.
Before refitting the rotary switch, ensure that the
wheels are straight.
SPECIAL FEATURE OF THE STEERING WHEEL
WARNING:
Connect the battery; carry out the necessary
programming (see Section 80A Battery).
IMPORTANT:
The steering wheel splines are made so that the
wheel can be fitted in one position only.
The steering wheel should be inserted freely into
the splines.
Be careful not to damage them.
IMPORTANT:
The steering wheel bolt must be replaced and
tightened to a torque of 44 Nm each time the
steering wheel is removed.
81C-7
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C-8
81C
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
FUSE SYMBOLS
ALLOCATION OF FUSES (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT LEVEL)
No.
Symbol
Rating
F1
Description
Not used
F2
10A
UCH supply - Card reader - Starter push button - Automatic parking brake
F3
10A
Voice synthesiser - Xenon bulb beam adjustment - Instrument panels Demisting jets - Headlight adjustment tumblewheel
F4
20A
Reversing lights - Heating and air conditioning - Parking aid - + After ignition
alarm signal - Switch control lighting - Rain sensor - Electrochrome door
mirrors - Air conditioning compressor - Wiper motor signal
F5
15A
Timed interior lighting
F6
20A
Brake lights - Wiper stalk - Diagnostic socket - Child locking indicator - Rear
electric lock indicator - Electric window switches lighting – cruise control Hands-free kit connection
F7
15A
Left-hand dipped beam headlight - Xenon bulb computer - Beam adjustment
motor
F8
7.5A
Right-hand side light
F9
15A
Hazard warning lights and indicators
F10
10A
Communication system - Radio - Driving position memory - Seat relay - Rear
electric window relay feed
F11
30A
Voice synthesiser - Instrument panel - Front fog lights - Air conditioning
F12
5A
Airbags and pretensioners
F13
5A
ABS computer - Electronic Stability Program
F14
15A
Audible alarm (beeper)
F15
30A
Driver's side front window lift - Electric door mirrors
81C-9
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
No.
Symbol
Rating
81C
Description
F16
30A
Passenger's electric window
F17
10A
Rear fog lights
F18
10A
Heated door mirrors
F19
15A
Right-hand dipped headlight
F20
7.5A
Left-hand side light - Lighting dimmer and glove box - Registration plate lighting Cigarette lighter lighting - Switch lighting except doors and hazard warning
lights - Parking brake control lighting
F21
30A
Main beam headlights and rear wiper
F22
30A
Central door locking
F23
15A
Console accessories sockets
F24
15A
Cigarette lighter
F25
10A
Steering column lock - Heated rear screen relay supply
The consumer cut-off fuse (A) is located beneath the flap, between the front seats.
No.
Rating
F50
20A
Description
Consumer cut-off fuse:
Diagnostic socket - Radio - Seat memory aid computer - Clock-exterior temperature
assembly - Navigation aid computer - central communications unit - Alarm connection - Tyre
pressure receiver
81C-10
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT
LEVEL)
U1 (24-track connector)
Track
U2 (24-track connector)
Track
Description
1
Electric central door locking output
(front interior)
2
Electric central door locking output
(front interior and driver exterior)
3
Front left-hand side light shunt input
4
Not used
5
Front right-hand side light shunt input
6
Number plate lighting shunt input
7
Right-hand side light fuse fault input
8
Left-hand side light fuse fault input
9
Not used
Description
1
Rear screen wiper relay output
2
Relayed + after ignition input
3
Relayed idle + after ignition input
4
Relayed + after ignition output
5
Central door locking supply input
6
Not used
7
Not used
8
9
Electric central door locking relay
output (opening)
Relay plate 2 output
10
Electric central door locking relay
output (closing)
Rear right-hand side light shunt input
11
Relay plate 1 output
12
Not used
12
Indicators input
13
Not used
13
UCH earth
14
Relay and fuse box supply input
14
Not used
15
Not used
15
Left-hand indicator control output
16
Stop lights fault input
16
Indicators input
17
Rear left-hand side light shunt input
17
Right-hand indicator control output
18
Not used
18
Not used
19
Left-hand brake light shunt input
19
Indicators supply input
20
Electric central door locking output
(rear exterior and rear interior)
20
Main beam headlights relay output
21
Starting inhibition relay output
21
Right-hand brake light shunt input
22
Side lights input
22
Brake switch input
23
Timed supply relay output
23
Electric door locking output (driver's
exterior and rear exterior)
24
UCH supply input
24
Electric door locking output (rear
interior)
10
Dipped beam headlight input
11
81C-11
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C-12
81C
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT
LEVEL)
CGB1
(15-track connector) BLACK
CGB2
(15-track connector) GREY
WHITE
Track
WHITE
Track
Description
Description
A1
Not used
A1
Protected + battery feed
A2
+ front fog lights
A2
Protected + battery feed
A3
+ front fog light relay by stalk
A3
Not used
A4
Passenger compartment fan assembly
A4
Central door locking closing + control
A5
Not used
A5
Electric door locking opening + control
A6
protected + battery (caravan
connection)
A6
Earth
BLACK
BLACK
Track
Track
Description
Description
B1
Earth
B2
Rear door exterior interior unlocking
control
Airbag protected + after ignition feed
B3
Driver's rear exterior locking control
B4
Not used
B4
Rear interior locking control
B5
Protected + accessories feed
B5
Front interior locking control
B6
Not used
B6
B7
+ Protected utilities
Front interior driver's exterior unlocking
control
B8
+ Protected utilities
B7
Side light + lighting feed
B9
+ Protected utilities
B8
Not used
B9
Boot lighting timer + control
B1
Protected + battery feed
B2
ABS/ESP protected + after ignition feed
B3
81C-13
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT
LEVEL)
CGB3
(15-track connector) BROWN
CGB4
(15-track connector) GREEN
WHITE
Track
WHITE
Track
Description
Description
A1
+ Dipped beam headlight
A1
Not used
A2
Not used
A2
Rear function locking relay control
A3
Not used
A3
A4
Not used
Rear electric window battery or after
ignition feed
A5
Horn fuse + control
A4
Rear electric window relay control
A6
Rear fog light fuse + control
A5
Not used
A6
Heated rear screen + control
BLACK
BLACK
Track
Description
B1
+ right-hand dipped headlight
B2
+ left-hand dipped headlight
B3
Door mirror de-icing fuse protected
+ control
B4
Rear fog light protected + control
B5
Not used
B6
Passenger's/driver's electric window
battery protected + accessories feed
B7
Interior lighting - control
B8
Driver's electric window battery
protected + accessories feed
B9
Horn + control
Track
81C-14
Description
B1
Signal reception unit fuse protected
+ battery feed
B2
Not used
B3
Accessories fuse protected after
ignition feed
B4
Rear screen wiper + control
B5
Not used
B6
Interior timed lighting, courtesy mirrors,
bottom of panel, no seat + control
B7
Rear right-hand side light + control
B8
Front right-hand side light + control
B9
Heated rear screen relay - control
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
ALLOCATION DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT LEVEL
CGB5
(12-track connector) BLUE
CGB6
(18-track connector) CRYSTAL
WHITE
Track
WHITE
Track
Description
Description
A1
Protected + battery feed
A1
Not used
A2
Not used
A2
A3
+ after ignition
Heated rear screen control fuse
protected + after ignition feed
A4
central door locking protected + battery
feed
A3
Heated rear screen control fuse
protected + after ignition feed
A5
Not used
A4
Not used
A6
Not used
A5
Not used
A6
Not used
A7
Flasher unit timed + control
A8
Left-hand direction indicator control
A9
Right-hand direction indicator control
BLACK
Track
Description
B1
Earth
B2
+ side lights
B3
+ automatic gearbox starting signal and
injection computer signal
Track
B4
Side lights relay control (running lights)
B1
+ main beam
B5
Not used
B2
Not used
B6
Dipped beam relay control (running
lights)
B3
Brake lights fuse protected + after
ignition feed
B4
Number plate lighting + control
B5
Rear left-hand side light + control
B6
Front left-hand side light + control
B7
Brake lights control
B8
Right-hand brake light + control
B9
Left-hand brake light + control
BLACK
81C-15
Description
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C-16
81C
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT
LEVEL)
Track
Description
REL 2
Relay: heated rear screen
REL 7
Relay: front fog lights
REL 9
Relay: windscreen wiper
REL 10
Relay: windscreen wiper
REL 11
Relay: rear screen - reversing lights
REL 12
Relay: door lock
REL 13
Relay: door lock
REL 18
Relay: timed interior lighting
REL 19
Relay: relay plate
REL 21
Relay: starting inhibition
REL 22
Relay: UCH - + after ignition
REL 23
Relay: accessories, retro-fitted radio rear electric window
SH 1
Shunt: rear electric window
SH 2
Shunt: front electric window
SH 3
Shunt: daytime running lights
SH 4
Shunt: daytime running lights
81C-17
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
The Option relay/fuse box (A) is located passenger
side in the front of the glove compartment.
ALLOCATION OF FUSES AND RELAYS (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT LEVEL)
No.
Rating
F32
F33
F34
F35
F36
F37
R3
R4
R5
R6
R7
15A
20A
20A
20A
Description
Not used
Not used
Fuse: driver's electric seat feed
Fuse: driver's and passenger's heated seats
Fuse: driver's electric seat
Fuse: passenger's electric seat
Relay: seat supply
Relay: sidelight for daytime running lights
Relay:dipped beam headlights for daytime running lights
Relay: headlight washer pump
Relay: brake lights cut-off
81C-18
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
This fuse box is located in the passenger compartment, on the passenger's side.
Allocation of fuses and relays (depending on equipment level)
No.
Rating
F26
30A
Fuse: caravan socket
F27
30A
Fuse: sunroof
F28
30A
Fuse: rear left-hand electric window
F29
30A
Fuse: rear right-hand electric window
F30
5A
F31
30A
R17
Description
Fuse: steering wheel angle sensor
Fuse: curtain sunroof
Relay: air conditioning
81C-19
Edition 2
FUSES
Relay/fuse box
81C
This box is located in the passenger compartment, passenger's side.
ALLOCATION OF FUSES AND RELAYS (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT
LEVEL)
No.
Description
R20
Relay: electric window
81C-20
Edition 2
FUSES
Battery protection fuse
81C
A high-amperage fuse (A) is fixed to the positive
battery terminal.
Its purpose is to protect the passenger compartment
fan assembly.
It is therefore important to:
● check its cleanliness,
● ensure there is no sulphation on the terminals,
● clean and grease the terminals if necessary.
Tighten the terminals to a torque of 11 Nm.
81C-21
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
182A
RENAULT Card: General Information
●
NOTE:
A backup key can be ordered at Parts Stores by
quoting the vehicle security number.
It is an engine immobliser that recognizes a
RENAULT card with a random rolling code (V3
encryption).
The security code no longer exists but has been
replaced by a repair code allocated to the vehicle for
life during manufacture:
– no numbers are written on the RENAULT Card,
– at the time of delivery, the vehicle does not have a
label showing the code.
●
When working on the system, the repair code number
can be requested from the local assistance network.
When requesting the code number, it is now
essential to provide the VIN as well as vehicle's
fabrication number. This allows the operator to
identify the vehicle in order to provide the correct
code.
●
82A
RENAULT Cards are fitted with a backup key (1)
enabling the door to be opened in the event of an
operating fault. Replacement RENAULT Cards are
supplied non-coded and without an emergency metal
key. A green cover is fitted in the place of the backup
key. When replacing a RENAULT Card, it is
necessary to replace the green cover with the
customer's backup key and fit the green cover on the
faulty RENAULT Card in case it should need to be
returned for analysis.
82A-1
●
This system can have up to four Renault Cards.
The remote control function and the battery have
no effect on the immobiliser.
●
The Basic and Hands-Free RENAULT Cards are
different and not interchangeable. They cannot be
used on a vehicle not set up for them.
●
In the event of a card being stolen or lost or upon the
customer's request, a RENAULT Card can be deallocated from a vehicle. It can be reassigned to the
same vehicle if necessary.
●
IMPORTANT:
With this system, it is not possible to replace
more than one (UCH and RENAULT Cards or UCH
and injection computer) at the same time. These
parts are sold uncoded.
It is not possible to code these components when
replacing them, if none of them has the vehicle's
original code in its memory (see allocation table).
●
There is no way of clearing the code programmed
into the system components. The programmed
code cannot be erased.
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: General Information
82A
SYSTEM PRESENTATION
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
RENAULT Card (integrating a coded chip enabling control of the immobiliser, a radiofrequency transmitter, a low
frequency receiver, a battery, a chip operating without a battery for emergency starting)
RENAULT Card reader (uncoded) integrated into the radiofrequency receiver
UCH and Fuse and Relay Box located under the dashboard, left-hand side
Engine immobiliser red indicator light (instrument panel)
Injection computer (petrol or diesel)
Electric steering column lock
Engine start/stop button
Airbag computer
Immobiliser system computer
Clutch pedal sensor
Gearbox neutral position sensor
Brake pedal sensor (specific to the Hands-Free version)
Aerial (125 kHz) for door locking (specific to the Hands-Free version) connected to the card reader (not used for
the immobiliser function)
Aerial (125 kHz) for starting the engine (specific to the Hands-Free version) connected to the card reader
Horn (specific to the Hands-Free version, not used for the immobiliser function)
Handles and locks (specific to the Hands-Free version, not used for the immobiliser function)
82A-2
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Operating
82A
OPERATING THE BASIC SYSTEM
●
When the engine immobiliser is operational, the
engine immobiliser indicator light flashes (slowly: once
a second). The electric steering column lock is locked.
When the ignition is on, the UCH and the injection
computer send coded signals to each other via the
multiplex network.
●
If the signals transmitted by the UCH and the
injection computer match, the UCH authorises the
engine to start and the injection is unlocked.
The immobiliser is activated a few seconds after the
ignition is switched off.
●
Once the RENAULT Card is inserted into the reader,
the code of the RENAULT Card is sent to the UCH.
●
If the code is recognised by the UCH, it sends a
coded signal to the electric steering column lock via
the multiplex network.
●
If the coded signal received by the electric lock is
identical to the one it has in its memory, the lock
releases the steering column and sends a
confirmation message to the UCH.
●
When the UCH receives this message, it applies the
+ after ignition feed and switches off the engine
immobiliser indicator light.
SPECIAL CASES
●
If the injection computer or the electric steering
column lock do not have a stored reference code: the
code which is sent is entered into the memory.
●
If the codes do not match, the system remains
locked. The red immobiliser indicator light flashes
(rapidly) or remains lit. Refer to the indicator light
table.
WARNING:
When the vehicle battery has a low charge, the drop in
voltage caused by operating the starter could reactivate
the immobiliser. If the voltage is too low, the engine
cannot be started, even by pushing the vehicle.
Indicator light table
Indicator lighting
Ignition on
Possible cause:
Slow
No
Immobiliser active (no card recognised by the
reader)
Rapid (at the same time
as the RENAULT Card
reader)
No
RENAULT Card not recognised by the card
reader. The RENAULT Card does not correspond
to the vehicle or has been de-allocated.
Lit
No
Faulty electric steering column lock or multiplex
connection.
Lit
Yes
The electric steering column lock is unlocked.
There is a problem with the vehicle injection
system.
82A-3
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Operating
82A
OPERATING THE BASIC SYSTEM
Immobiliser active:
– the steering wheel is locked by the electric lock,
– the immobiliser warning light flashes slowly.
Insert the RENAULT Card in the reader. The UCH
tests the card.
no
The immobiliser remains active, the warning light
and the RENAULT Card reader flash rapidly.
Has the card
been
recognised?
yes
The UCH sends a coded signal to the steering
column lock. If the code corresponds, the electric
lock will unlock and send a signal to the UCH.
no
The immobiliser remains active, the indicator light is
permanently lit (ignition off).
Is the
steering wheel
unlocked?
yes
Dialogue is established. The UCH and the injection
computer send coded messages through the
multiplex network.
no
The immobiliser remains active, the indicator light is
permanently lit (ignition on).
Do the codes
match?
yes
The immobiliser warning light comes on for three
seconds and the invitation to start indicator light is
lit. The vehicle can start.
82A-4
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Operating
82A
OPERATING THE BASIC SYSTEM
Insertion of the RENAULT Card in the reader
(1 st position).
+ Accessories.
RENAULT Card in the reader (2 nd position).
Codes for the RENAULT Card and the UCH are
compatible.
Steering column locking.
Unlocking the steering column.
+ After ignition.
Press start and neutral or declutch.
Starting the engine.
Press start.
Engine stop.
Cutting + after ignition.
Holding + accessories.
Courtesy lighting on.
Removal of the RENAULT Card.
Cutting + accessories.
82A-5
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Operating
OPERATING THE HANDS-FREE SYSTEM
When the engine immobiliser is operational, the
engine immobiliser indicator light flashes (slowly: once
a second). The electric steering column lock is locked.
82A
NOTE: the Hands-Free RENAULT Card operates with
a battery. In the event that the battery does not work,
the RENAULT Card can be inserted in the reader. The
vehicle operates like a vehicle without Hands-Free.
Notes:
● The vehicle is equipped with a low frequency aerial
(M), door handles and locks (P) and a horn (O), not
used for the immobiliser.
● The Basic and Hands-Free RENAULT Cards are
different and cannot be used on a vehicle not suitably
equipped.
When the starter button is pressed, the vehicle tests
the RENAULT Card via the 125 kHz aerial.
The RENAULT Card responds under a frequency of
433 MHz or 315 MHz (depending on country).
The RENAULT Card code is received by the card
reader and sent to the UCH.
IMPORTANT: hands-free starting of the vehicle can be
deactivated by configuring the UCH. In this case,
starting the vehicle is the same as for the basic
system.
If the code is recognised by the UCH, it sends a coded
signal to the electric steering column lock via the
multiplex network.
If the coded signal received by the electric lock is
identical to the one it has in its memory, the lock
releases the steering column and sends a confirmation
message to the UCH.
When the UCH receives this message, it applies the
+ after ignition feed and switches off the engine
immobiliser indicator light.
When the ignition is on, the UCH and the injection
computer send coded signals to each other via the
multiplex network.
If the signals transmitted by the UCH and the injection
computer match, the UCH authorises the engine to
start and the injection is unlocked.
82A-6
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Operating
82A
OPERATING THE HANDS-FREE SYSTEM
Vehicle protected, doors unlocked:
– the immobiliser warning light flashes slowly,
– the steering wheel is locked by the electric lock.
Open the driver's door or press on the starter button.
The UCH tests the card via the low frequency aerial.
The RENAULT Card emits a radiofrequency signal.
no
The immobiliser remains active, the warning light
and the RENAULT Card reader flash rapidly.
Is the card recognised
by the UCH?
yes
The UCH sends a coded signal to the steering
column lock. If the code corresponds, the electric
lock will unlock and send a signal to the UCH.
no
The immobiliser remains active, the indicator light is
permanently lit (ignition off).
Is the steering
wheel
unlocked?
yes
Dialogue is established. The UCH and the injection
computer send coded messages through the
multiplex network.
no
The vehicle remains protected, the immobiliser
warning light is permanently lit (ignition on).
Do the codes
match?
yes
The vehicle protection is removed.
The indicator light comes on for 3 seconds.
Depress the brake pedal and put the vehicle in
neutral or declutch, the invitation to start indicator
light comes on.
82A-7
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Operating
82A
OPERATING THE HANDS-FREE SYSTEM
Vehicle unlocked.
Card present.
Power off
Steering column locking.
Press start.
+ Accessories.
Opening of the driver's
door or timing
> 30 minutes.
Press start.
Press start and depress the brake
pedal, select neutral or declutch.
Unlocking the steering
column.
Unlocking the steering
column.
+ After ignition.
Opening of the driver's
door or timing
> 15 minutes.
Press start.
Press start and
depress the
brake pedal,
select neutral or
declutch.
+ After
ignition.
Starting the engine.
Press start.
Press start if vehicle speed
< 3 mph (5 km/h).
Engine stop.
Cutting + after ignition.
Holding + accessories.
Courtesy lighting on.
Opening of the driver's door or
closing via remote control if the door
is already open.
Cutting + accessories.
82A-8
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Programming
82A
PROGRAMMING
New parts are not coded. Once fitted on the vehicle, they must be programmed with a code to become operational.
To perform this procedure, it is essential that some parts on the vehicle are already correctly coded (with the vehicle
code). Refer to the allocation table.
WARNING:
If a part is programmed with a code, the part is then allocated to the vehicle and the code cannot be erased nor can
the part be programmed with a second code. The programmed code cannot be erased.
ALLOCATION TABLE
STATE OF COMPONENTS
AFTER-SALES
OPERATION
UCH
RENAULT
Card
Injection
computer
Electric
steering
lock
REPAIR CODE
NEEDED
Programming the UCH
Blank
Coded
Coded
-
YES
Allocation or deallocation of a
RENAULT Card
Coded
Blank*
Coded
-
YES
Programming of the
electric steering lock
Coded
Coded
-
Blank
NO
Programming the
injection computer
Coded
Coded
Blank
Coded
NO
* The card allocated to a vehicle must be blank or already programmed on this vehicle.
Note: a key may be programmed to a vehicle but not operational (unassigned).
82A-9
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Programming
UCH PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
IMPORTANT:
For the procedure to succeed, the battery voltage must
be more than 10 volts.
Using the diagnostic tool:
●
Carry out a multiplex network test and check that
there are no faults.
●
Establish dialogue with the engine immobiliser
system.
●
In the Command Mode, Specific Command of the
immobiliser menu, confirm line SC027:
Programming the UCH.
●
The tool displays Remove the card from the
reader.
●
Switch off engine and + accessories.
●
Select Hands-Free or Basic then confirm.
●
The tool displays Please enter the After-Sales
code.
●
With no RENAULT Card in the reader, enter the
secret After-Sales code (12 hexadecimal upper case
characters) and confirm it.
82A
WARNING:
The maximum time between each operation is two
minutes, otherwise the procedure will be cancelled and
the tool will display the message Procedure
interrupted: warning, the cards assigned to the
vehicle are the ones assigned before performing
the procedure. The cards submitted before
interruption of the procedure are no longer blank
and can only be assigned to this vehicle. This
message also appears if communication with the UCH
is lost, the battery power supply fails, etc.
WARNING:
when a UCH has been programmed with the
RENAULT Card code, it is impossible to clear it or to
store another code in its place.
●
If the code format is correct, the tool displays Insert
a card which has already been programmed on
the vehicle, and the programming procedure will
commence.
●
The tool displays UCH programmed; the UCH is
coded. Now enter RENAULT Card programming
mode to allocate the other cards (maximum of four)
and to enter the serial number in the UCH. Several
seconds may elapse before this message appears.
82A-10
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Programming
82A
UCH PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE
Carry out the MULTIPLEX NETWORK test and
establish dialogue with the IMMOBILISER system.
Select the COMMAND MODE menu then
SPECIFIC COMMAND. Select the SC027:
PROGRAMMING UCH command.
Withdraw the RENAULT Card from the reader.
Switch off engine and + accessories.
Select the BASIC or HANDS-FREE configuration
then confirm.
The tool displays:
PLEASE ENTER THE AFTER-SALES CODE.
Enter the code (12 hexadecimal characters in upper
case). Then confirm.
The tool displays INSERT A CARD WHICH HAS
ALREADY BEEN PROGRAMMED FOR THE
VEHICLE.
Insert a card belonging to the vehicle. The procedure
cannot be carried out with a blank RENAULT Card.
The tool displays PROGRAMMING IN PROGRESS.
The tool displays UCH PROGRAMMED.
The UCH is programmed to the vehicle. It is now
impossible to clear the programmed code. Next,
program the RENAULT Cards and configure the
UCH, and program the valves.
82A-11
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Programming
PROCEDURE FOR PROGRAMMING AND
ALLOCATING RENAULT CARDS
IMPORTANT:
If not all the RENAULT cards are available, it is
necessary to reallocate all the cards.
●
The tool displays Do you wish to program another
card? Reminder, the vehicle can have up to four
RENAULT Cards allocated.
●
To allocate a second, select Yes.
●
The tool displays Insert the card fully into the
reader. Insert a second blank RENAULT Card or one
allocated to this vehicle.
For the procedure to succeed, the battery voltage must
be more than 10 volts.
●
In the Command Mode, Specific Command of the
immobiliser menu, confirm line SC001:
Programming the cards.
●
Remove the Renault card, switch off the engine and
+ accessories.
●
The tool displays Please enter the After-Sales
code.
●
With no RENAULT Card in the reader, enter the
secret After-Sales code (12 hexadecimal upper case
characters) and confirm it.
●
If you want to check the cards, the tool displays
Insert the card fully into the reader. Insert a
RENAULT Card until the ignition is switched on:
● If the Allocation is not possible, the screen displays
Check the After-Sales code and check that the
card belongs to the vehicle. Insert another card,
● If the card is accepted, the screen displays
Remove the card from the reader.
●
The tool displays: Warning, cards not inserted will
no longer be activated.
●
The tool displays Insert the card fully into the
reader. Insert a blank RENAULT Card or one
allocated to this vehicle in the reader and confirm.
●
The tool displays: Remove the programmed card.
One card programmed.
82A-12
82A
NOTE:
If the same RENAULT Card is inserted twice, the
system does not take this into account and the engine
immobiliser indicator light remains off.
NOTE:
The vehicle can only accept a single RENAULT Card
having the Hands-Free function. If a second card is
assigned to the vehicle, it will function as an ordinary
RENAULT Card.
●
To finish programming, select No and confirm.
RENAULT Cards are allocated to the vehicle and the
vehicle identification number is stored in the
RENAULT Cards and in the UCH.
●
The tool displays: Writing data to memory.
WARNING:
The maximum time delay between each operation is
five minutes, otherwise the procedure will be cancelled
and the tool will display the message Procedure
interrupted: warning, the cards assigned to the
vehicle are the ones assigned before starting the
procedure. The cards submitted before
interruption of the procedure are no longer blank
and can only be assigned to this vehicle. This
message also appears where dialogue with the UCH is
lost or the battery power supply fails.
Special note for remote controls: synchronisation of
the radiofrequency remote controls is not necessary,
this is carried out each time the ignition is switched on.
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Programming
82A
PROCEDURE FOR PROGRAMMING AND
ALLOCATING RENAULT CARDS
Select the COMMAND menu then
SPECIFIC COMMAND. Select the command
SC001: CARD PROGRAMMING.
Withdraw the RENAULT Card from the reader.
Switch off engine and + accessories.
The tool displays: PLEASE ENTER THE AFTERSALES CODE.
Enter the code (12 hexadecimal characters in upper
case). Then confirm.
If you want to check the cards, the tool displays
INSERT THE CARD FULLY INTO THE READER.
The tool displays: WARNING, CARDS NOT
INSERTED WILL NO LONGER BE ACTIVATED.
START THE PROCEDURE AGAIN TO
REALLOCATE THEM.
The tool displays: INSERT THE CARD FULLY INTO
THE READER AND CONFIRM.
Insert a RENAULT Card into the reader. The Card
must be blank or belong to the vehicle.
82A-13
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card: Programming
82A
The tool displays: WITHDRAW THE CARD,
A PROGRAMMED RENAULT CARD.
The tool displays: DO YOU WANT TO PROGRAM
ANOTHER ONE?.
The vehicle can have up to four RENAULT
Cards.
Insert another blank RENAULT Card or one
belonging to the vehicle in the reader.
The tool displays: WITHDRAW THE CARD, DO
YOU WANT TO PROGRAM ANOTHER ONE?
no
yes
CONFIRM.
The tool displays WRITING DATA TO MEMORY.
The RENAULT Cards are allocated to the vehicle.
Check the vehicle starting and central door locking
with all the cards.
CONFIRM.
82A-14
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
Injection computer
82A
CODING THE INJECTION COMPUTER
The injection computer is supplied uncoded.
It therefore has to be programmed with the engine
immobiliser code when it is installed to allow the
vehicle to be started.
Simply switch on the ignition for a few seconds without
starting the engine. Switch the ignition off, the
immobiliser will be activated after a few seconds.
WARNING:
With this engine immobiliser, the vehicle keeps
its immobiliser code for life. In addition, this
system does not have a security code.
Consequently, it is forbidden to carry out tests
with injection computers borrowed from stores
and subsequently returned.
The programmed code cannot be erased.
82A-15
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
Electric steering column lock
82A
PRECAUTIONS DURING REPAIR
Proceed as follows to avoid the steering lock being
applied when the battery is disconnected:
Lock the airbag computer using a fault finding tool.
WARNING:
The steering column lock is secured with a
reverse thread bolt (left-hand thread).
Furthermore, it can only be removed if it has
been released beforehand.
REMOVAL
Removal of the electric lock from the steering column
(A) requires removal of the upper and centre sections
of the dashboard. Refer to Section 83A "Dashboard".
Remove the voice synthesiser unit mounted by bolt
(B).
Pivot (1) the column lock in order to remove it.
Disconnect the steering column lock connector.
Loosen the mounting bolt (C) by turning in a clockwise
direction.
REFITTING
Tighten the bolt to a torque of 0.8 daNm.
WARNING:
It will be necessary to code the steering column lock
after it has been replaced.
82A-16
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
Electric steering column lock
82A
CODING OF THE ELECTRIC STEERING COLUMN
LOCK
The electric lock is supplied uncoded. It therefore has
to be programmed with the engine immobiliser code
when it is fitted to allow the ignition to be switched on.
Simply insert the RENAULT Card into the reader for a
few seconds. Remove the RENAULT Card and the
engine immobiliser will be activated after a few
seconds. The electric lock is coded and the steering
column is locked.
WARNING:
With this engine immobiliser, the vehicle keeps
its immobiliser code for life. Furthermore, this
system does not have a fault finding code.
Consequently, it is forbidden to perform tests
with an electric lock borrowed from the stores
which must be returned.
The programmed code cannot be erased.
To check the coding of the electric steering column
lock:
● select Immobiliser,
● in the Status menu, check that line ET089: Steering
column lock blank has not been confirmed.
82A-17
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
Electric steering column lock
82A
CONNECTION
Track
Description
1
Earth
2
Connection with UCH
3
Multiplex connection (H)
4
Connection with UCH
5
Engine running signal coming from the
alternator (12 V)
6
Multiplex connection (L)
82A-18
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
Engine start/stop button
82A
The button is used to start and stop the engine. It has
two indicator lights:
– upper lighting (A): invitation to start signal,
– lower lighting B: engine running signal.
CONNECTION
Track
Description
1
Engine Start/Stop button signal
2
Power supply
3
Invitation to start indicator light control
4
Engine running indicator light control
The engine start/stop button can be checked with an
ohmmeter.
Track
Value
Description
1 and 2
≈2Ω
Start/Stop pulse
2 and 3
≈ 20 Ω
Invitation to start
indicator light
2 and 4
≈ 20 Ω
Engine running indicator
light
82A-19
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
RENAULT Card reader
The RENAULT Card reader is clipped onto the central
console. To remove, refer to the Bodywork section.
82A
Hands-Free RENAULT Card reader
CONNECTION
REMINDER:
● the reader is not coded,
● the basic and hands-free readers are specific and
not interchangeable (the RENAULT Cards are
different sizes).
NOTE:
If a fault occurs on the lighting, the reader must be
replaced.
Track
Description
1
UCH coded connection
2
Reader supply
3
Low frequency aerial (starting area)
4
UCH coded connection
5
RENAULT Card presence signal
6
Not used
7
Fully inserted RENAULT Card signal
8
Earth
9
Low frequency aerial (starting area)
10
Low frequency aerial (opening area)
11
Low frequency aerial (opening area)
12
Not used
Basic RENAULT Card reader
CONNECTION
Track
Description
1
UCH coded connection
2
Reader supply
3
Not used
4
UCH coded connection
5
RENAULT Card presence signal
6
Not used
7
Fully inserted RENAULT Card signal
8
Earth
9
Not used
10
Not used
11
Not used
12
Not used
82A-20
Edition 2
IMMOBILISER
Starting aerial
The starting aerial is a low frequency aerial (125 kHz)
transmitting from the vehicle to the RENAULT Cards.
The response (radio frequency 433 MHz or 315 MHz)
from the RENAULT Card is received by the RENAULT
Card reader.
The starting aerial is connected to the RENAULT Card
reader via a connector (A).
82A
Before removing the starting aerial it is necessary to
remove:
– the seats,
– the rear seat runners,
– the B-pillar linings,
– the central console,
– the carpet (refer to the Bodywork section).
The starting aerial (B) is clipped along the central
heating duct.
NOTE:
The starting aerials for short and long vehicles are
different. Only the aerial for the long version is sold as
a replacement part.
Starting aerial resistance: approximately 1 Ω.
82A-21
Edition 2
HORN
182B
Audible alarm (beeper)
82B
CONNECTION (simple)
DESCRIPTION
The horn is located behind the front bumper on the
left-hand side.
Track
Description
A
Control (supply)
B
Earth
CONNECTION (coded line)
Track
Description
1
Power supply
2
Earth
3
Ordering
Depending on the model, vehicles can have:
– one or two single horns,
– two horns controlled by the UCH via a coded line.
These horns are operated:
– by pressing on the steering wheel boss,
– via a coded line from the UCH when the doors are
closed by the Hands-Free function (depending on
version).
NOTE:
The tone and the volume of this closing signal can be
modified via UCH configuration using diagnostic tools.
82B-1
Edition 2
ALARM
282C
Pre-equipment
82C
CONNECTION
DESCRIPTION
Vehicles are pre-wired to be fitted with a Renault
approved alarm.
Track
The specific connector (A) is located behind the rear
left-hand trim, near the location for the Compact Disc
charger.
Description
1
Direction indicators switch
2
Locking indicator light control
3
+ After ignition
4
+ Caravan (not used for the alarm)
5
+ Battery
6
Bonnet switch signal
OPERATION
The alarm is connected to the UCH via a serial
connection.
The command to deactivate the alarm is given by the
UCH via a coded line when the vehicle is unlocked
using the radio frequency remote control.
The command to activate the alarm is given by the
UCH when:
– the vehicle is locked using the radio frequency
remote control,
– upon automatic relocking.
The UCH informs the alarm control unit of the status of
the opening elements after being locked with the radio
frequency remote control.
82C-1
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT
PANEL
183A
Instrument panel
83A
GENERAL INFORMATION
– Warning and indicator lights
Three types of instrument panel can be found on
vehicles:
● "Low-end" instrument panel
● "Mid-range" instrument panel
● "High-end" instrument panel
– Trip Computer display
– trip mileage
– fuel consumed
– average consumption
– current consumption
– fuel range
– distance covered
– average speed
– mileage before oil change
– cruise control or speed limiter setting
(depending on configuration)
– tyre pressure and position (only at ignition or in
the event of a fault)
The diagnostic tools (line K) can be used for fault
finding on all versions
IMPORTANT:
Work in the instrument panel is forbidden. Only the
glass may be replaced.
NOTE:
The oil service interval can be changed with the
diagnostic tools via instrument panel configuration. To
determine the vehicle's oil service interval, see the
warranty and servicing booklet.
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The "Low-end" instrument panel has the following
features:
– Automatic transmission gear display (depending
on configuration).
– "Low-end" radio display" with no multiplex
connection.
●
– Digital speedometer
The "Mid-range" instrument panel has all the
features of the "Low-end" version. It can display the
"High-end" radio with a multiplex connection.
– Bar-chart display
– Tachometer
– oil level
– coolant temperature
– Fuel level
Infrared receiver for remote control of the radio.
– Audible alarm
– indicators
– driver's seat belt warning
– "headlights on" reminder when a door is opened
– Renault Card in reader reminder
– automatic locking when driving confirmation,
– child safety fault warning
– Saudi Arabian overspeed (depending on
version)
– automatic headlighting indicator (depending on
version)
– cruise control / speed limiter indicator
(depending on version)
– Voice synthesiser along with a specific computer.
See Section 83B "Voice synthesiser".
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83A-1
The "High-end" instrument panel has all the
features of the "Mid-range" version plus the
following functions:
– Text message display.
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
83A
OIL LEVEL DISPLAY FUNCTION
TRIP COMPUTER DISPLAY FUNCTION
If the level is at maximum when switching the
ignition on, the instrument panel displays "OIL Ok"
and all the bargraphs light up when the client presses
the scroll button.
The various Trip Computer display sequences appear
by pressing repeatedly on the button at the end of the
wiper stalk (Trip Computer button).
If the level is correct when switching the ignition on,
the instrument panel displays "OIL Ok" and the level
is indicated by the bargraphs when the client presses
the scroll buttons.
IMPORTANT: setting the trip meter to zero is different
from resetting the on-board computer to zero.
Trip mileage
The trip meter is reset to zero by holding down the Trip
Meter button when it appears on the display.
If the level is at minimum when switching on the
ignition, the instrument panel displays "OIL" and all
the bargraphs turn themselves off one after the other.
NOTE:
The display can be set to kilometers or miles through
instrument panel configuration.
NOTE:
Oil level is taken into account after the ignition is
switched off for one minute.
COOLANT TEMPERATURE DISPLAY FUNCTION
Coolant temperature is displayed on the same
bargraphs as the oil level.
IMPORTANT:
The coolant temperature bargraphs do not follow a
linear curve.
The engine overheating warning light is controlled by
the injection computer through the multiplex network.
83A-2
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
●
Fuel consumed (in litres or gallons*) since the last
reset.
●
83A
Current consumption (in l/100 km)
13141F
13141D
●
Average consumption (in l/100 km or MPG*) since
the last reset.
This is only displayed when the vehicle speed exceeds
18 mph (30 kph). Below this, fixed dashes appear on
the display.
If the accelerator pedal is up and the speed exceeds
20 mph ( 30 kph), the current consumption is equal
to 0.
13141E
This is only displayed after the vehicle has travelled
400 m. Below this, fixed dashes appear on the display.
NOTE:
This function is not available on the UK version.
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Estimated range with remaining fuel (in km or
miles).
This takes into consideration the distance covered and
the fuel consumption since the last time the reset
button was pressed.
13141 G
This is displayed after the vehicle has travelled
approximately 400 m. Below this, fixed dashes appear
on the display.
This is the potential distance remaining calculated on
the basis of distance travelled, amount of fuel
remaining in the tank and fuel consumption.
NOTE:
When the last fuel level indicator comes on, the is no
longer displayed after 3 minutes.
* UK version. Consumption can expressed in km/l by configuration "CF143: Consumption measurement unit".
83A-3
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
●
Distance travelled since the last reset (reset of the
ADAC).
●
83A
Cruising speed
If the vehicle is fitted with the cruise control/speed
limiter function, the display shows the figure in km/h or
mph*.
13141 H
●
Average speed since the last reset.
13141K
If the function is not present (unconfigured instrument
panel), the ADAC page disappears.
13141J
This is displayed after the vehicle has travelled
approximately 400 m. Below this, fixed dashes appear
on the display.
Faulty tyre pressure and position display. When the
fault disappears, so does this page.
IMPORTANT:
– If flashing dashes appear on the on-board computer,
a fault has been detected. See the Fault finding
section.
– If the on-board computer displays "NO-CFG", the
instrument panel has to be configured with the
diagnostic tool.
This is obtained by dividing the distance travelled by
the time elapsed since the last time the reset button
was pressed.
The time base is internal to the on-board computer.
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Whenever the setting is changed or adjusted, this
page replaces the selected Trip Computer page (see
the "Cruise control / Speed limiter" section).
Mileage to next oil change informs the driver of the
distance (in km or in miles*) which can be travelled
before the next oil change.
If the oil service interval is within 1,500 km or
1,000 miles, or two months, the spanner flashes for
30 seconds when the ignition is switched on or when
the "Oil service interval" page appears on the Trip
Computer. The spanner flashes continuously if the
remaining interval is "0" or that time period has
elapsed.
To reset the mileage to next oil change:
– Switch on the ignition;
– select the "Oil service interval" page on the Trip
Computer,
– press the ADAC button for approximately
5 seconds,
– the range flashes for 4 seconds then remains
permanently lit,
– release the key when the relevant value appears.
If the key is released during this process, the update is
ignored.
* UK version.
83A-4
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
83A
– the mounting bolts (1) from the upper section of the
dashboard.
NOTE:
Only the glass may be replaced on these instrument
panels. If other components fail, the whole instrument
panel must be replaced.
REMOVAL
Before replacing the instrument panel, use the
diagnostic tool to note the configuration.
Disconnect the battery.
Remove:
– the tweeter speaker grilles,
Unclip the upper section of the dashboard and
disconnect the insulation sensor.
Remove clips (2).
83A-5
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
Grey Connector
Track
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
28
29
30
83A
Red Connector
Description
+ Before ignition
Earth
Right-side indicator input
Radio ON-OFF input
Dipped beam headlight input
Rear fog lights input
Minimum windscreen washer level
input
Oil pressure input
Seat belt input
Parking brake input
Steering wheel control connection
Steering wheel control connection
Steering wheel control connection
Not used
Not used
+ Accessories
Side lights input
Left-side indicator input
Main beam headlights input
Front fog lights input
Not used
Trip computer button input
Braking incident input
Parking brake fault input
+ After ignition
Steering wheel control connection
Steering wheel control connection
Steering wheel control connection
Not used
Battery charge input
83A-6
Track
Description
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
28
29
30
Bonnet input
"Repeat" button input
"Mute" button input
Lighting dimmer
Fuel gauge input
External temperature input
Vehicle multiplex connection H (input)
Vehicle multiplex connection L (input)
Not used
Not used
Radio display connection (low-end)
Radio display connection (low-end)
Not used
Remote control infrared signal
Immobiliser warning light input
Driver's door input
Oil level sensor input
Oil level sensor earth
Not used
Fuel gauge earth
External temperature earth
Vehicle multiplex connection H (output)
Vehicle multiplex connection L (output)
Multimedia multiplex connection H
Multimedia multiplex connection L
Radio display connection (low-end)
Radio display connection (low-end)
Fault finding line
Remote control infrared signal
Immobiliser warning light input
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel
83A
CONFIGURATION
Configuration options
Choice
Electronic stability program (ESP) (LC 053)
with/without (CF142)
Type of engine/transmission (LC044)
manual transmission V4Y / automatic transmission V4Y
/ other automatic transmission / other manual
transmission
(CF054 to CF057)
Tyre pressure monitoring system (LC056)
with/without (CF145)
Voice synthesiser (LC050)
with/without (CF139)
Distance units (LC051)
km/miles (CF140)
°C/°F (CF134)
Temperature units (LC045)
Saudi Arabian overspeed (LC052)
with/without (CF141)
Tyre pressure units (LC032)
bar/psi (CF136)
Type of vehicle (LC030)
Espace - Laguna - Vel Satis - Scénic (CF137)
Navigation system (LC058)
with/without (CF147)
Language (for voice synthesiser and text messages)
(LC002)
French - English - Italian - German - Spanish - Dutch Portuguese - Turkish
(CF125)
Hands-free (LC055)
with/without (CF144)
Type of control (LC046)
none/speed/distance (CF135)
Type of fuel (LC049)
gasoline/diesel/LPG (CF138)
Unit of measurement for consumption (LC054)
litres/gallons (CF143)
IMPORTANT:
For the configuration to be saved, the battery has to be disconnected after the process. See section 80A "Battery".
If the configuration has not been done, the instrument panel displays "NO-CFG".
PROGRAMMING THE OIL SERVICE INTERVAL
The oil service interval appears on a Trip Computer page. If the instrument panel is replaced, it is essential to
program the oil service interval based on the engine and locale (see vehicle warranty and servicing booklet).
To program the interval, run command "VP004: Oil service interval".
IMPORTANT:
For the setting to be saved, the battery has to be disconnected after the process. See section 80A "Battery".
83A-7
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
SERVICE warning light
83A
The "SERVICE" warning light may come on simultaneously with the following others:
● anti-lock braking system
● air bag
● washer fluid
● electronic stability program system
● injection
● AUTOMATIC PARKING BRAKE
The "SERVICE" light can come on alone to indicate:
● child protection locking system
● a fault in the variable power-assisted steering function
● a fault in the steering column lock function
● a fault in the after-ignition relay
● a fault in the automatic headlighting/wiper management system
● an oil level alert (until the plus after ignition is switched off)
● a fault in the emergency brake assist system
● a fault in the tyre pressure monitoring system
In vehicles with a voice synthesiser, "SERVICE" lights up:
● after detection of a fault with the lights or number plate lighting
● after detection of a fault in the left or right brake lights
NOTE:
If there is no anti-locking frame on the multiplex network for more than 4 seconds, the anti-locking warning light
comes on alone. The SERVICE warning light does not light up.
83A-8
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
STOP warning light
83A
The "STOP" light may come on simultaneously with
the following warning lights:
● coolant temperature alert
● battery charge fault
● oil pressure fault
● Injection fault
● tyre pressure monitor
● Brake fault (level)
The "STOP" may come on in the event of::
● a fault in the electric steering-column lock control
system
● a fault in the tyre pressure monitoring system
● low brake fluid level
● an injection fault
● a coolant temperature fault
83A-9
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
List of messages
83A
LIST OF INSTRUMENT PANEL TEXT MESSAGES
Puncture: change front left wheel
Puncture: change front right wheel
Puncture: change rear right wheel
Puncture: change rear left wheel
Tyre pressures OK
Adjust pressure
Slow tyre leak
Column locked: turn steering wheel
Automatic door lock on
Automatic door lock off
Childproof locking faulty
Airbag system faulty
Insert card and press START
Welcome
Hands-free faulty: insert card
Card not detected
Depress the brake + start
Put transmission in P
Card outside vehicle
Press START
Change card battery
Remove card
Change oil as soon as possible
Oil change required soon
Controlled function test
Engine immobiliser system fault
Step on clutch + press START
Automatic headlight switch-on on
Automatic headlight switch-on off
Step on brake pedal.
Power relay faulty
Fault in the automatic headlight
Rear left-hand door not closed
Rear right-hand door not closed
Front left-hand door not closed
Front right-hand door not closed
Tailgate not closed
Bonnet not closed
Fasten your seat belt
Headlights on
Side light failure
Right brake light faulty
Left brake light faulty
Central stop light faulty*
Number plate light faulty
Battery charge fault
Automatic parking brake on
Automatic parking brake off
Automatic parking brake faulty
Automatic parking break not working
No more washer fluid
Reserve fuel level
Adjust oil level
Oil pressure faulty
Engine overheating
injection faulty
Injection not working
Antipollution faulty
Variable power-assisted steering faulty
Power brakes faulty
Brakes faulty
ESP faulty
ESP off
ESP on
Transmission faulty
Transmission overheating
Engine immobiliser system fault
Adjust front left tyre pressure
Adjust front right tyre pressure
Adjust rear right tyre pressure
Adjust rear left tyre pressure
Tyre pressure not monitored
83A-10
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fuel level sensor
OPERATION
83A
Special notes on filling
● When the ignition is turned off, the amount of fuel in
the tank is measured and stored.
● When the ignition is switched on again, (if off for more
than 12 seconds), the level is measured again and
compared.
● If the difference is greater than 4 l, the instrument
panel assumes a fill-up and adjusts the display.
The instrument panel display uses bargraphs
representing quarter tanks.
The display is based on:
the fuel level measured in the tank,
Specific case:
● if the instrument panel detects an increase in fuel of
less than 10 l without the ignition having been
switched off, it is not treated as a fill-up and the
instrument panel display is not adjusted,
● if the instrument panel detects an increase in fuel of
less than 10 l without the ignition having been
switched off, it is not treated as a fill-up and the
instrument panel display is adjusted as soon as the
vehicle is in motion.
the "fuel consumed" value sent by the injection
computer through the multiplex network.
The level measured in the tank does not match the
one displayed on the instrument panel exactly.
Signal from the
tank gauge
(resistance)
Fuel consumption
signal from
injection
Wire connection
Multiplex
connection
Resistance smoothing
Comparison of resistance
reading with resistance in
memory
Memorisation
Needle level
display
Consumption
comparison (gauge/
injection)
Low fuel level
warning light comes
on
83A-11
Remaining distance
with fuel display on
the Trip Computer
Fuel consumption
display (instant/
average/fuel
consumed in ADAC
function)
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fuel level sensor
83A
CONNECTION
Removing the fuel gauge (gasoline or diesel) requires
removing the tank. See Section 19C.
Track
A1
A2
B1
B2
C1
C2
Description
Fuel level signal
Not used
- Fuel gauge
Not used
+ Fuel pump
Fuel pump
The resistance of the fuel sender can be measured
through the intermediate connector shared with the
automatic parking brake. The carpet must be removed
to gain access to this connector.
See the section on Bodywork.
83A-12
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Fuel level sensor
83A
Gauge resistance / instrument panel display ratio
control
CHECKING
The information reaching the instrument panel can be
displayed with the diagnostic tools via parameter
"PR035: Fuel level in litres".
Litres in tank - resistance ratio control
Ensure that the resistance varies when the float is
moved.
Controlling the display requires:
● turning off the ignition for at least 12 seconds,
● changing the position of the float,
● turning on the ignition and checking the panel
display,
● turning off the ignition for at least 12 seconds before
again changing the position of the float.
Resistance
(± 10 Ω)
Petrol engine
Level
20 Ω
8 bargraphs
90 Ω
7 bargraphs
84
125 Ω
6 bargraphs
24
83
165 Ω
5 bargraphs
58
78
200 Ω
4 bargraphs
97
68
230 Ω
3 bargraphs
138
58
260 Ω
2 bargraphs
174
48
290 Ω
1 bargraph
211
38
240
28
310 Ω
Warning indicator
(reserve)
275
18
290
14
320
0
Resistance
(± 10 Ω)
Litres consumed
5
NOTE:
All the above values are given merely as an indication.
Petrol engine
Resistance
(± 10 Ω)
Litres consumed
5
84
24
83
58
76
97
66
138
56
174
46
211
36
240
27
275
17
290
12
320
0
83A-13
Edition 2
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Oil level sensor
83A
OPERATION
CHECKING
The sensor consists of a wire with a high coefficient of
resistance. The live wire does not display the same
thermal conductivity when it is immersed in a liquid or
the air.
The sensor resistance must be between 6 and 20 Ω.
After a fixed time a voltage difference is obtained at
the sensor terminals depending on the depth of
immersion of the wire. This voltage difference is
processed by the instrument panel computer which
then displays the level and also controls the low oil
level warning light on the central display.
The sensor is deemed to be in short circuit at a value
lower than 3 Ω.
The sensor is deemed to be in open circuit for a value
higher than approximately 20 Ω.
LOCATION
Example: G9T engine.
When switching the ignition on, the central display
displays the message "OIL Ok" for 30 seconds.
If the battery voltage is less than 8 V, the level will not
be displayed.
83A-14
Edition 2
ON-BOARD COMPUTER
283B
Voice synthesiser
83B
The message volume is increased in stages,
depending on engine speed.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The voice synthesiser function is provided by three
components:
– the instrument panel, which processes the conditions
for a voice message and selects the language,
– the voice synthesiser unit which process the signal
from the instrument panel and issues the message,
– the voice synthesiser speaker.
NOTE:
When the mute button is pressed, messages are
replaced by an audible signal.
The instrument panel and the voice synthesiser unit
are connected via the vehicle's multiplex network.
Configuration
The radio mute function is implemented via a wire
from the voice synthesiser unit. A signal from the voice
synthesiser can be interrupted by a message from the
navigation system, telephone, etc. which has priority.
If the vehicle has the navigation function, messages
pass through the central communication unit. If the
central communication unit is disconnected, no
messages are sent. Refer to Section 83C Navigation
assistance.
83B-1
One of the eight available languages must be
selected:
● French (CF 066)
● English (CF 073)
● Italian (CF 075)
● German (CF 074)
● Spanish (CF 076)
● Dutch (CF 077)
● Portuguese (CF 078)
● Turkish (CF 079)
NOTE:
If the voice synthesiser unit is not connected to the
battery connection, the instrument panel does not
recognise the function and is configured without voice
synthesiser.
Edition 2
ON-BOARD COMPUTER
Voice synthesiser
CONNECTION
83B
Voice synthesiser speaker (A)
Voice synthesiser unit connection.
Mute (B) and Repeat (C) buttons.
15-track red connector
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
Earth
Permanent +
+ After ignition
Not used
Not used
Multiplex connection (instrument panel)
Multiplex connection (instrument panel)
Not used
Not used
Radio mute output
Not used
Not used
Not used
Voice synthesiser or Central
Communications Unit speaker
Voice synthesiser or Central
Communications Unit speaker
15
NOTE:
The "Repeat" and "Mute" buttons are connected to the
instrument panel.
The "Repeat" button can also be used to redisplay
written messages. It is possible to display a written
message without a voice message.
83B-2
Edition 2
ON-BOARD COMPUTER
Voice synthesiser
83B
VOICE SYNTHESISER SWITCHES
Track
1
2
3
Description
Message repeat control
Earth
"Mute" button
83B-3
Edition 2
ON-BOARD COMPUTER
Voice synthesiser
VOICE SYNTHESISER MESSAGES
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●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
Welcome message
Rear left-hand door not closed
Rear right-hand door not closed
Front left-hand door not closed
Front right-hand door not closed
Tailgate not closed
Bonnet not closed
Driver's seat belt not fastened
Lights on reminder
Side light fault
Right-hand brake light fault
Left-hand brake light fault
Number plate lights fault
Battery charging fault
Automatic parking brake on
Automatic parking brake off
Automatic parking brake level 1 fault
Low screen wash level
Low diesel fuel level
Low LPG fuel level
Low LPG
LPG tank empty
Oil low level
Oil pressure fault
Coolant temperature warning (engine overheating)
Injection fault severity 1
Injection fault severity 2
Antipollution fault (OBD)
LPG system fault
Variable power assisted steering system fault
Emergency braking fault
ABS fault
Electronic stability program (ESP) fault
Deactivation of the ESP system
Distance control out of order
Distance control fault
Automatic transmission fault
Excessive automatic transmission oil temperature
Automatic transmission oil change request
Engine immobiliser system fault
Front left-hand tyre over-inflated or under-inflated
Front right-hand tyre over-inflated or under-inflated
Rear right-hand tyre over-inflated or under-inflated
Rear left-hand tyre over-inflated or under-inflated
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●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
●
83B-4
83B
Front left-hand tyre very deflated
Front right-hand tyre very deflated
Rear right-hand tyre very deflated
Rear left-hand tyre very deflated
Tyre pressure not checked
Front left-hand tyre punctured
Front right-hand tyre punctured
Rear right-hand tyre punctured
Rear left-hand tyre punctured
Automatic opening elements locking active
Automatic opening elements locking not active
Child proof locking fault
Fault detected in mute mode (gong)
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS
383C SYSTEM
Navigation system: General Information
83C
DIAGRAM
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Central Communications Unit
Console
Carminat computer (CD-ROM reader)
Screen
Instrument panel for radio display
CD changer (depending on version)
Radio
Voice synthesiser speaker
Steering wheel radio control
Radio aerial
Vehicle's multiplex connection
Satellite aerial
83C-1
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Carminat navigation system: Central Communication Unit
83C
REMOVAL
The Central Communications Unit is located in the
front left glovebox.
Removal is carried out using tool Ms. 1373
REFITTING
Set the system. Refer to the Initialisation section.
83C-2
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Carminat navigation system: Central Communication Unit
CONNECTOR ALLOCATIONS
30-track connector (B) (grey):
Track
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
28
29
30
15-track connector (A) (red):
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
83C
Description
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Radio control satellite
Radio control satellite
Radio control satellite
Radio control satellite
Radio control satellite
Radio control satellite
Not used
83C-3
Description
Not used
Aerial amplifier output
Multiplex connection (multimedia)
Multiplex connection (multimedia)
Not used
Not used
On-off output
Computer audio link
Computer audio link
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
+ Lighting
Not used
Radio on-off
Not used
Not used
Not used
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Carminat navigation system: Central Communication Unit
83C
30-track connector (C) (green):
Track
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
28
29
30
(D) and (E): radio aerial input and output
(F): 12-track connector (console removed)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Description
Left rotary knob
+ Lighting
Commande button
Commande button
Console earth
Ignition validation
Right rotary knob
+ rotary knob
Rotary knob earth
Commande button
Commande button
83C-4
Description
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Multiplex connection (vehicle)
Multiplex connection (vehicle)
Not used
+ accessories
+ before ignition
Radio mute control
Earth
Not used
Voice synthesiser computer
Voice synthesiser computer
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Speaker output
Speaker output
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation assistance: Console
83C
The independent console is connected to the Central
Communication Unit by a special 12-track connector.
NOTE:
Only the feeds and earths can be checked.
The console is clipped below the screen.
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
Description
Left rotary knob
+ Lighting
Commande button
Command button
Console earth
Ignition validation
Right rotary knob
+ rotary knob
Rotary knob earth
Commande button
Commande button
83C-5
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation assistance: Console
83C
REMOVAL
The computer including the CD-ROM player is located
in the glove compartment.
Removal is carried out using tool Ms. 1373
REFITTING
Set the system. Refer to the Initialisation section.
IMPORTANT
If the battery has been disconnected or the navigation
computer replaced, relocalisation of the vehicle is
automatic (refer to the Relocalisation section).
The system will be programmed in French by default
after the navigation computer has been replaced.
To change the language, refer to the method explained
in the "Change of language" section.
WARNING:
a new electronic navigation system will not be able to
recall addresses stored in the old unit.
NOTE:
the navigation computer is specific depending on
whether it is in a horizontal or vertical position.
83C-6
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation assistance: Console
CONNECTOR ALLOCATIONS
83C
16-track connector (3) to
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Description
Not used
Earth
- Video signal
Red video signal
Green video signal
Blue video signal
Earth
Video synchronisation signal
Earth
Brightness adjustment
Not used
Screen on/off
Not used
Not used
+ Before ignition
+ Before ignition
(1) Satellite aerial connection
18-track connector (2) to the vehicle
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
+ Before ignition
Not used
Central Communication Unit audio link
Not used
Not used
On-off input
Not used
Not used
Multiplex connection (multimedia)
Earth
Not used
Central Communication Unit audio link
Not used
Not used
Vehicle speed signal
Not used
Not used
Multiplex connection (multimedia)
83C-7
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Screen
REMOVAL
83C
Disconnect the connectors (C)
Using a screwdriver, unclip cover (A).
Using a screwdriver, remove the clips (B) on both ends
of the screen.
83C-8
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Screen
83C
To remove the screen mounting, unscrew the bolts (D).
Remove the screen mounting.
Note:
The screen mounting is fitted with a screen shut-off
switch (E) that is activated when closing the
dashboard cover.
REFITTING
Initialise the system (refer to the Initialisation
section).
83C-9
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Screen
83C
CONNECTIONS
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
Screening
Description
Not used
Earth
- Video signal
Red video signal
Green video signal
Blue video signal
Earth
Video synchronisation signal
Earth
Brightness adjustment
Not used
Screen on/off
Not used
Not used
+ Before ignition
+ Before ignition
Earth screen
83C-10
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation assistance: Speaker
83C
Vehicle with voice synthesiser.
The navigation speaker (1) is the same as the voice
synthesiser one if the vehicle is equipped with both
features. Messages are controlled by the Central
Communications Unit.
Vehicle without voice synthesiser.
The navigation speaker (1) is under the dashboard on
the driver's side.
83C-11
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Aerial
DUAL BAND AERIAL
83C
This procedure must be carried out each time any
operation is performed on the system.
The aerial is fitted on the roof. The head lining and rear
right-hand quarter panel must be partially removed to
remove the aerial. Refer to the section on Bodywork.
IMPORTANT:
If the vehicle is fitted with a radio, it must be switched
on during initialisation. If it is not, the steering wheel
radio control will not function and the screen will not
display radio data.
1
2
3
4
5
6
Switch off the ignition,
Wait for the system to shut down completely,
Switch the radio on,
Switch on the ignition (wait approximately
20 seconds),
Press the M and C buttons at the same time,
Read the vehicle part number
System configurations
without radio
Top of the range radio
0212
0217
7
8
Carry out the steering wheel control test,
The satellite aerial connection (connected / not
connected) appears on the screen,
9 Ignore radio aerial and telephone tests,
10 Exit setting using the rotary switch,
11 Switch off the ignition (1 minute).
NOTE:
If the configuration does not correspond, check the
radio equipment, the vehicle wiring (multiplex lines)
and the part numbers of the components.’
83C-12
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Change language
The system will be programmed in French by default
after the navigation computer has been replaced.
1
With the ignition switched on, press the eject
button to remove the electronic navigation
computer cartographic CD-ROM
2
The screen will display the message No CD in the
player.
3
Confirm OK by pressing the knob.
4
Select the Configurations menu then Language.
83C
NOTE:
If the desired language does not appear in the menu,
do the following:
5
Select other language.
6
The system prompts you to insert the language
CD-ROM.
7
Insert the CD-ROM, and then press the rotary
knob to confirm.
8
Select the language to be replaced (language 1
or 2) by turning the knob.
9
Use the "Load" rotary knob to select a language
from those available on the CD-ROM.
10 Wait a few seconds. The screen will turn black and
then white and display a message in black and red
with a horizontal bar to show the loading time
remaining.
11 When loading is complete, the language CD-ROM
is ejected from the reader and OK appears on the
screen.
12 Follow the language change method (step N˚1).
13 Reinsert the cartographic CD-ROM into the
reader.
83C-13
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Navigation menus
83C
Welcome message
Navigation
–
–
–
–
–
–
Adjustments
guidance
map
address book
monitor
emergency
configuration
System test
Console
Test
Bus Test
– CAN V
– CAN M
– 11 C
Satellite
Monitor
Keyboard
Clock
System
Adjusting the
set time
(Expert
mode)
Code: 4112
Configuration
– configuration
– Central Communications
Unit type
– software version
– date of manufacture
– 12 NC
– checksum
83C-14
Functions test
RDS/TMC
– frequency
– reception level
– RDS quality:
Vehicle
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
speed
+ after ignition
+ ACC
tyre pressure
monitor
battery voltage
seat belt
+ side lights
reverse gear
external
temperature
Edition 2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation aid: Navigation menus
83C
Welcome
message
Adjustments
Guidance
Language
Navigation
Address
book
Card
Guidance
modes
Changing
the menu
language
(Code)
4112
–
–
–
–
–
sensor status
longitude
latitude
geographical height
satellite number
Traffic information
System
information
Monitor
Units
Volume
– SDVC
– voice
messages
– volume
day colour
state line
card colour
night colour
brightness
adjustment
Fault
finding
Read GPS data
Emergency
Configuration
Screen
configuration
–
–
–
–
–
Monitor
Configuration
–
–
–
–
–
–
Speed
correction
Preadjustments
series number
product model
software version
week of manufacture
year of manufacture
CBS software version
Read errors
Read I/O states
–
–
–
–
–
tachograph pulse
internal temperature
battery
eject button
steering
Simulation
– usable simulation
– unusable simulation
Access restriction*
* depending on the version
83C-15
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
183D
Cruise control and speed limiter: Description
The vehicles are equipped with:
● the Cruise control option allows the driver to
maintain a speed he has selected. This function can
be switched off at any moment by depressing the
brake pedal or the clutch pedal, or by using one of the
system buttons,
● the Speed limiter allows the driver to set a speed
limit. The accelerator pedal has no effect above the
set speed. The speed limit selected can be exceeded
at any time by pressing the accelerator pedal beyond
its point of resistance.
1
2
83D
The Cruise control and Speed limiter functions are
controlled by the injection computer. It exchanges
signals with the ABS computer, automatic transmission
computer and instrument panel. It applies the setpoint
values by acting on the motorised throttle valve.
NOTES:
● a flashing on the instrument panel informs the driver
that the speed cannot be maintained (e.g. when
going downhill).
● when the injection computer is replaced, the
presence of the "Cruise control / Speed limiter"
functions must be indicated. To do this, simply start
the functions with the dashboard switch,
Cruise control
Speed limiting
83D-1
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control and speed limiter: Description
83D
List of components
1 Cruise control/speed limiter OFF switch
2 Steering wheel switch
3 Accelerator pedal
4 Instrument panel
5 Clutch pedal switch (depending on version)
6 Brake pedal switch
7 Automatic gearbox computer (depending on version)
8 ABS computer
9 Injection computer
83D-2
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control and speed limiter: Description
DESCRIPTION
The ABS computer transmits:
– the vehicle speed signal,
– the depressed brake pedal signal,
The automatic transmission computer transmits the
"gear engaged" signal.
The instrument panel:
● displays the reference value (cruise control or speed
limiter) (see section 83A instrument panel),
● lights up a two colour warning light:
– Cruise control = green
– Speed limiter = amber
Each time these functions are switched on, the onboard computer display switches to the relevant page.
NOTE:
The cruise control / speed limiter functions do not have
a fault warning light.
83D-3
83D
The controls:
● a three position switch (off/cruise control/speed
limiter)
● steering wheel switches that can be used to adjust
the cruising speed, cancel the cruise control or speed
limiter functions, or recall the stored speed,
● accelerator and brake pedal switches used for
injection and the brake lights,
● a clutch switch (according to model) that is used only
for the cruise control function.
NOTES:
– the vehicle has two clutch sensors: one for starting
the engine (end of travel) and one for the cruise
control function (start of travel),
– the accelerator pedal must incorporate a point of
resistance at the end of its travel.
The injection computer:
● receives signals from the accelerator pedal,
● receives a signal from the brake engagement
switch (2),
● receives a signal from the clutch engagement switch
(according to model),
● receives signals from the three-position switch,
● receives signals from the steering wheel switches,
● receives signals from the ABS computer,
● receives signals from the automatic transmission
computer,
● sends signals to the instrument panel
● controls the motorised throttle unit or the injection
output.
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control and speed limiter: Connector allocation
THREE POSITION SWITCHES
Track
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
83D
STEERING WHEEL SWITCHES
Description
+ Monitor
+ After ignition (braking circuit)
Cruise control on/off switch
Speed limiter On/Off switch
Earth
Not used
A: Resume button = approximately 900 Ω
B: O button: approximately 0 Ω
C: + button = approximately 270 Ω
D: - button = approximately 100 Ω
NOTE:
To remove the rotary switch, refer to Section 84A
Signals-control.
83D-4
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control and speed limiter: Connector allocation
83D
BRAKE SWITCH (DOUBLE)
ACCELERATOR PEDAL
The cruise control function uses the open contact
(shared with automatic headlights on), while the close
sensor is used by the ABS computer.
The two signals are compared by the injection
computer.
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
Description
Potentiometer earth 2
Potentiometer earth 1
Potentiometer pedal signal 1
Potentiometer supply 1
Potentiometer supply 2
Potentiometer pedal signal 2
Track
A1
A2
B1
B2
Track 1 resistance = 1200 ± 480 Ω
Track 2 resistance = 1700 ± 680 Ω
IMPORTANT:
In order to operate, the vehicle must be fitted with an
accelerator pedal incorporating a kickdown point at the
end of travel.
83D-5
Description
Close contact
Open contact
Open contact
Close contact
When the switch is fitted, pull on the pushrod to take
up the play.
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control and speed limiter: Connector allocation
83D
CLUTCH SWITCH
The clutch pedal has two switches and a
potentiometer:
● start of travel switch (1) that is used only for the
cruise control function (grey connector),
● end of travel switch (2) for the Keyless vehicle
function (blue connector),
● a potentiometer (3) for the automatic parking brake.
When the switch is fitted, pull on the pushrod to take
up the play.
83D-6
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control: Operation
83D
Operation conditions:
– "Cruise control" switch (green" light on),
– speed must be between 18 mph (30 kph) minimum
and 120 mph (200 kph) maximum (for information
purposes),
– press + or resume R.
Output conditions:
– accelerator pedal must be depressed
– brake or clutch pedal pressed,
– the "O" button must be pressed or the switch must be
on "Off",
– gearbox in "Neutral", "neutral (manual)" or "Parking",
– electronic stability program system operation,
– injection computer operation (fault or overspeed).
NOTE:
A flashing of the cruising speed on the instrument
panel informs the driver that the cruising speed cannot
be maintained.
83D-7
Edition 2
CRUISE CONTROL
Speed limiter: Operation
83D
Operation conditions:
– "Speed limiter" switch ("amber" light on),
– speed must be between 18 mph (30 kph) minimum
and 120 mph (200 kph) maximum (for information
purposes),
– press + - or R.
Output conditions:
– accelerator must be depressed quickly (beyond point
of resistance)
– switch to Off,
– injection computer operation (fault or overspeed),
– press the "0" key.
Note:
If the symbol on the instrument panel flashes, it
indicates to the driver that the cruising speed cannot
be maintained (e.g., when going downhill).
83D-8
Edition 2
184A
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Rotary switch
84A
IMPORTANT:
All work on the air bag and pretensioner systems
must be carried out by qualified, trained staff.
IMPORTANT:
Pyrotechnic systems (airbags and
pretensioners) must not be handled near to a
heat source or a flame as they may be triggered.
NOTE:
Locking the airbag computer also unlocks the electric
steering column lock.
REMOVAL
Remove the driver's front airbag module. To do this,
insert a screwdriver into hole (1) then move it
upwards (2).
Disconnect the stalks (wipers, radio and lighting
controls) and the rotary switch connectors (air bag and
cruise control).
Before removing the rotary switch assembly, mark its
position, checking that the wheels are straight.
Undo the bolt (4) then release the steering column
assembly.
Disconnect the connectors (3) from the steering wheel
air bag and the cruise control button connectors
(depending on the version).
Remove:
– the steering wheel bolts after setting the wheels
straight,
– the steering wheel,
– the steering wheel half-shell casings.
NOTE:
It is not necessary to separate the angle sensor from
the steering wheel (5). If it is separated, carry out the
initialisation procedure (refer to Section 38C ABS).
84A-1
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Rotary switch
REFITTING
84A
Special notes on the airbag
Check that the wheels are still straight before
positioning and attaching the rotary switch.
Special notes on the steering wheel
IMPORTANT:
The steering wheel splines are made so that the wheel
can be fitted in one position only. The steering wheel
should be inserted freely into the splines. Be
careful not to damage them.
IMPORTANT:
The procedure for checking the correct operation of
the air bag system must be completed before the
driver's front air bag module is reconnected:
– check that the air bag warning light on the
instrument panel is on (ignition on, computer
unlocked), switch off the ignition, connect a
dummy ignition module to the driver's front air bag
module connector. Switch on the ignition and
check that the warning light goes out,
– switch off the ignition, connect the driver's front air
bag module in place of the dummy ignition
modules and position it on the steering wheel,
– switch on the ignition and check that the warning
light comes on for 3 seconds when the ignition is
switched on then goes out.
If the warning light does not go out, refer to the Fault
Finding Section.
IMPORTANT:
If these instructions are not followed the system
may not operate normally and could even be
triggered accidentally.
Connect the two driver's front air bag module
connectors (3) matching the colour coding.
Ensure that the connectors click in properly.
It is essential to replace the steering wheel bolt
each time it is removed and to tighten it to a torque
of 4.4 daNm.
84A-2
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Lighting stalk
84A
CONNECTION (fullest version)
Track
Description
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
Front wiping timer control (wiping, intermittent or rain sensor)
Windscreen wiper high speed control
Windscreen wiper low speed control
Windscreen washer pump control
Not used
Not used
+ After ignition (wiper)
Rear screen washer pump control
Rear screen wiper control
Not used
+ After ignition
Earth
Not used
ADAC scroll button
NOTE:
The front and rear screen wiper and washer controls can be checked using
an ohmmeter.
Control
Track
Values
Windscreen washer pump
Windscreen wiper low-speed control
Windscreen wiper high-speed control
Rear screen wiper intermittent control:
Setting 1
Setting 2
Setting 3
Setting 4
Setting 5
Rear screen washer pump
Rear screen wiper intermittent facility
ADAC scroll button
A4 - B4 and B5 - B1
A3 - A7
A2 - A7
A1 - A7
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
84A-3
B1 - B4 and A4 - B5
B2 - B4
B5 - B7
9.6 kΩ
7.2 kΩ
4.8 kΩ
2.4 kΩ
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Lighting stalk
84A
CONNECTION (fullest version)
Track
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
A7
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
B7
Description
Fog light control (front)
Not used
Rear fog light control
Horn control
RH direction indicator control
Earth
LH direction indicator control
Side lights
+ Protected (side lights)
+ Protected (dipped headlights)
Dipped headlights
Not used
+ Protected (main beam headlights)
Main beam headlight
NOTE:
The lighting controls can be checked using an ohmmeter. The buzzer control
and cruise control button controls pass through connector (C) via the rotary
connection.
Control
Tracks (closed circuit)
LH direction indicator
RH direction indicator
Side lights
Dipped headlights
Main beam headlights (on or flash)
Front fog lights
Rear fog lights
84A-4
A6 - A7
A5 - A6
B1 - B2
B3 - B4
B6 - B7
A1 - B2
A3 - 2
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Hazard warning lights switch
Track
1
2
3
4
84A
Description
Not used
Earth
Flasher timer (+ before ignition feed)
Flasher timer
Checks with multimeter
Track
Value
2 and 3
Infinite
resistance
0Ω
2 and 3
Description
Hazard warning lights off
Hazard warning lights on
84A-5
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Lighting dimmer
84A
To remove the dimmer, remove the two screws (A)
holding the automatic parking brake control, then
unclip the plate.
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
Description
+ Monitor
Dimmed lighting
Earth
The lighting dimmer can be checked using an
ohmmeter:
– lighting button (tracks 1 and 3) ≈ 70 Ω,
– adjustment wheel (tracks 2 and 3) = from 0 to 420 Ω.
84A-6
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Automatic parking brake
84A
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Description
Not used
Earth
Not used
Static release control
Activating indicator light control
+ Battery
Connection to computer (track C2)
Not used
Connection to computer (track D2)
Static activating control
Not used
+ Brake control lighting
CHECKING
Track
Value
Description
10 and 2
9 and 7
≈0Ω
≈ 172 Ω
Static activating
2 and 4
2 and 10
9 and 7
≈0Ω
≈0Ω
≈ 172 Ω
Static release
9 and 7
≈ 2700 Ω
Rest position
84A-7
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Heated seat switch
CONNECTION
CHECKING THE HEATER PANEL
Track
The resistance of the heating element (seatback
+ seat squab) is approximately 2 Ω.
Description
Indicator light control
Not used
Not used
Panel earth outlet
Earth
+ Lighting
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
The heating element connector can be accessed
without stripping the seat, by passing your hand
between the seatback and the seat squab.
NOTE:
A lit indicator lamp on the indicator panel does not
indicate that the system is active.
OPERATION
Track
B2 - B1
B2 - B1
84A
Description
On
Off
It is temperature-controlled and does not operate
unless the passenger compartment temperature is
below 12°°C ± 4°°C.
Value in ohms
0Ω
Infinite resistance
84A-8
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Central locking switch
Track
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
84A
Description
Power supply
Earth
Locking
Unlocking
LED supply
Light-emitting diode earth
Checks with multimeter
Track
A1 / A2
A1 / A3
A1 / B1
A2 / B3
Description
Button lighting
Locking
Unlocking
Warning light
84A-9
Value
≈0Ω
≈ 30 Ω
≈ 30 Ω
≈ 1000 Ω
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
84A
The electric window switches are clipped onto a plate,
which itself is clipped onto the door panel.
REMOVAL
Protect the lining (e.g. with a mastic knife), and unclip
the plate using the unclipping tool, then disconnect the
connectors.
Remove the electric window switches from the plate.
84A-10
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
84A
ELECTRIC WINDOW SWITCHES ON DRIVER'S
DOOR
REAR ELECTRIC WINDOW SWITCHES ON
DRIVER'S DOOR
Cars may be fitted with one of three types of electric
window switch:
The vehicle may be fitted with two types of dual
switches:
●
●
●
Driver's one touch window and passenger's
electric window
Driver's dual control electric window (normal and one
touch) and passenger's single control electric
window.
Driver and passenger one touch window without
multiplex connection
Driver and passenger dual control electric window
(normal and one touch).
●
Electric window
Rear left and right switches (one position only).
●
One-touch electric window
Two position rear left and right switches (normal and
one touch functions for the rear windows).
For further details on the electric window systems,
refer to Section 87D Power window.
NOTE:
These switches light up when the ignition is turned on
(not night lighting).
One touch electric window with multiplex
connection
This is outwardly identical to the model without a
multiplex connection, but it is wired differently.
NOTE:
These switches light up when the ignition is turned on
(not night lighting).
84A-11
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
●
Driver's one touch window/passenger's electric
window black connector (left-hand drive)
CONNECTION
Track
Description
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Passenger side electric window control
+ Before ignition
+ After ignition
Driver's side electric window control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Passenger side electric window control
Earth
Driver's side electric window control
Not used
●
84A
Driver's one touch window/passenger's electric
window black connector (right-hand drive)
Track
Description
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Not used
Driver's side electric window control
+ After ignition
Passenger side electric window control
+ Before ignition
Not used
Not used
Not used
Driver's side electric window control
Earth
Passenger side electric window control
Not used
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter) (α = infinite resistance)
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter) (α = infinite resistance)
Track
ACTION
Track
ACTION
B3
A2
A4
B5
B4
B4
A1
B3
None
α
α
A5
A5
α
α
A2
A2
Driver basic
opening
α
B4
-
-
Driver basic
opening
A4
α
-
-
Driver basic
closing
B4
α
-
-
Driver basic
closing
α
B5
-
-
Driver onetouch opening
B4
(2 nd
detent)
B4
(1 st
detent)
-
-
Driver onetouch close
B4
(1 st
detent)
B4
(2 nd
detent)
-
-
Passenger
opening
-
-
B4
A5
Passenger
closing
-
-
A5
B4
None
Driver onetouch opening
A4
(1st
detent)
B5
(2nd
detent)
-
Driver onetouch close
A4
(2nd
detent)
B5
(1st
detent)
-
Passenger
opening
-
-
B4
A2
Passenger
closing
-
-
A2
B4
-
-
84A-12
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
●
Driver and passenger one touch window without
multiplex connection grey connector (left-hand
drive)
●
84A
Driver and passenger one touch window without
multiplex connection grey connector (right-hand
drive)
Track
Description
Track
Description
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Passenger side electric window control
Connection with passenger switch
+ After ignition
Driver's side electric window control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Passenger side electric window control
Connection with passenger switch
Earth
Driver's side electric window control
Not used
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Driver's side electric window control
Not used
+ After ignition
Connection with passenger switch
Passenger side electric window control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Driver's side electric window control
Earth
Connection with passenger switch
Passenger side electric window control
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter) (α = infinite resistance)
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter) (α = infinite resistance)
TRACKS
TRACKS
ACTIONS
ACTIONS
B2/B3
A1/A2
A4/B4
B5/B4
None
α
α
α
α
Driver basic
opening
-
-
0
Driver basic
closing
-
-
Driver onetouch opening
-
Driver onetouch close
A1/B4
B3/B4
B4/A5
B4/B6
None
α
α
α
α
α
Driver basic
opening
0
α
-
-
α
0
Driver basic
closing
α
0
-
-
-
0
(1st
detent)
0
(2nd
detent)
Driver onetouch opening
0
0
(1 st
(2 nd
detent) detent)
-
-
-
-
0
(2nd
detent)
0
(1st
detent)
Driver onetouch close
0
0
(2 nd
(1 st
detent) detent)
-
-
Passenger
basic opening
α
0
-
-
Passenger
basic opening
-
-
α
0
Passenger
basic closing
0
α
-
-
Passenger
basic closing
-
-
0
α
Passenger
one-touch
open
0
0
(2nd
(1st
detent) detent)
-
-
Passenger
one-touch
open
-
-
0
(2 nd
detent)
0
(1 st
detent)
Passenger
one-touch
close
0
0
(1st
(2nd
detent) detent)
-
-
Passenger
one-touch
close
-
-
0
(1 st
detent)
0
(2 nd
detent)
84A-13
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
●
Driver and passenger one touch window without
multiplex connection black connector (right and
left-hand drive)
Track
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Description
●
84A
Standard rear electric window: white connector
(right-hand and left-hand drive)
Track
Not used
Right-hand electric window control
+ After ignition
Left-hand electric window control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Right-hand electric window control
Earth
Left-hand electric window control
Not used
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter) (α = infinite resistance)
Description
Not used
Right-hand electric window control
+ After ignition
Left-hand electric window control
+ Before ignition
Not used
Not used
Not used
Right-hand electric window control
Earth
Left-hand electric window control
Not used
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter)
TRACKS
TRACKS
ACTIONS
ACTIONS
A4/B4
B5/B4
A2/B4
B3/B4
None
α
α
α
α
Left-hand
basic opening
0
α
-
-
Left-hand
basic closing
α
Left-hand onetouch open
Left-hand onetouch close
0
-
-
0
0
(2nd
(1st
detent) detent)
-
-
B5
A2
B3
A5
A5
A5
A5
Right opening
-
-
B4
A5
Right-hand
closing
-
-
A5
B4
Left-hand
opening
B4
A5
-
-
Left-hand
closing
A5
B4
-
-
None
-
0
0
(1st
(2nd
detent) detent)
A4
-
Right-hand
basic opening
-
-
0
α
Right-hand
basic closing
-
-
α
0
Right-hand
one-touch
open
-
-
0
(1st
detent)
0
(2nd
detent)
Right-hand
one-touch
close
-
-
0
(2nd
detent)
0
(1st
detent)
84A-14
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
●
84A
One-touch rear electric window: brown connector
(all types)
Track
A1
A2
A3
A4
A5
A6
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
B6
Description
Right-hand electric window control
+ Before ignition
+ After ignition
+ Before ignition
Left-hand electric window control
Not used
Not used
Right-hand electric window control
+ Before ignition
Earth
+ Before ignition
Left-hand electric window control
OPERATION (check the resistance using a
multimeter) (α = infinite resistance)
TRACKS
ACTIONS
A5/B4
B6/B4
A1/B4
B2/B4
None
α
α
α
α
Right-hand
basic opening
-
-
0
α
Right-hand
basic closing
-
-
α
0
Right-hand
one-touch
open
-
-
0
0
(1 st
(2 nd
detent) detent)
Right-hand
one-touch
close
-
-
0
0
(2 nd
(1 st
detent) detent)
Left-hand
basic opening
0
α
-
-
Left-hand
basic closing
α
0
-
-
Left-hand onetouch open
0
0
(1 st
(2 nd
detent) detent)
-
-
Left-hand onetouch close
0
0
(1 st
(2 nd
detent) detent)
-
-
84A-15
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
PASSENGER'S DOOR ELECTRIC WINDOW
SWITCH
●
84A
One-touch window with multiplex connection:
black connector (right-hand and left-hand drive)
Track
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
Description
Not used
Earth
Electric window control
Electric window control
Not used
+ After ignition
TRACKS
ACTIONS
The vehicle may be fitted with two types of front
electric window switch:
● one touch electric window without multiplex
connection
● one touch electric window with multiplex
connection
● standard electric window
●
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
B1/A2
None
α
α
Basic opening
0
α
Basic closing
α
0
One-touch
open
0
(1 st detent)
0
(2 nd detent)
One-touch
close
0
(2 nd detent)
0
(1st detent)
(α = infinite resistance)
●
One touch window without multiplex connection:
grey connector (right-hand and left-hand drive)
Track
A3/A2
Description
Standard electric window: brown connector (righthand and left-hand drive)
Track
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
Electric window control
Electric window control
Connection with driver's switch
Connection with driver's switch
Earth
+ After ignition switch lighting
Description
Driver's door connection
Earth
Electric window control
Electric window control
Driver's door connection
+ After ignition
TRACKS
TRACKS
ACTIONS
ACTIONS
A1/B1
A2/A3
None
α
α
Basic opening
α
0
Basic closing
0
α
One-touch
open
0
(2nd detent)
0
(1st detent)
One-touch
close
0
(1st detent)
0
(2nd detent)
B1
A3
None
B2
A1
Basic opening
B2
A2
Basic closing
A2
A1
(α = infinite resistance)
84A-16
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric window switches
REAR DOOR ELECTRIC WINDOW SWITCHES
●
84A
One touch electric window
Track
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
Description
Electric window control
Switched earth (electric window lock)
Connection with driver's electric window
control
Connection with driver's electric window
control
Electric window control
+ After ignition switch lighting
TRACKS
ACTIONS
●
A1
B2
None
A3
B1
Basic closing
A2
-
Basic opening
-
A2
Standard electric window
One-touch close
A2
(1 st detent)
A2
(2 nd detent)
Track
One-touch open
A2
(2 nd detent)
A2
(1st detent)
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
Description
Connection with driver's electric window
control
Switched earth (electric window lock)
Electric window motor
Electric window motor
Connection with driver's electric window
control
+ After ignition switch lighting
IMPORTANT:
This switch has a very high internal resistance and
cannot be checked with the ohmmeter.
It is nonetheless possible to shunt the corresponding
tracks to determine the state of the switch.
TRACKS
ACTIONS
A3
B1
None
A1
B2
Basic closing
A1
A2
Basic opening
A2
B2
84A-17
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Child lock switch
84A
A red light on the switch, operated by the UCH, is lit
when the lock is applied. This switch is used to prevent
the opening of the windows and rear doors (depending
on the car model).
●
Electric window
Pressing the child lock switch sends a message to
the UCH, which operates the child lock relay.
●
One-touch electric window
The child lock switches on or off, the control earth on
the one touch rear electric window switches and
sends a signal to the UCH to inform it of the present
state.
NOTE:
With child locking active, tracks B1 and B2 infinite.
Track
Description
A1
A2
A3
+ After ignition
Not used
Child locking indicator light control
(according to model)
Rear electric window locking/child locking
(according to model)
Earth
Not used
B1
B2
B3
84A-18
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door opening sensor
To allow the use of the hands-free option, the door
handles must be fitted with the following types of
sensor:
– the presence sensor (A), accompanied by a door
handle reflector, which detects the user's hand,
– the movement sensor, to open the door when the
presence sensors no longer operate (this occurs
when the car has not been used for a long period of
time).
84A
IMPORTANT:
In order to detect the user's hand, the presence sensor
must be accompanied by a translucent cover (B) and a
reflector fitted to the handle. Cracks or scratches may
impair the operation of the hands-free opening system.
NOTE:
For removal of the handle, refer to the Bodywork
Section.
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
Description
+ Battery
Earth
Sensor signal
84A-19
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door locks
Each car has a different door locking system
appropriate to the equipment level fitted:
● the entry level version (4-track connector) is fitted
with electric locks and a closing sensor (the vehicles
have no body flange sensors).
● the top of the range version (6-track connector) is
fitted with a central locking system that can disable
the interior door handles. This system can also
control the child lock system.
●
Top of the range version (front left)
Track
A
B
C
D
E
F
●
A
B
C
D
E
F
●
A
B
C
D
E
F
Basic version (left-hand side)
Track
A
B
C
D
●
Description
●
Locking motor
Locking motor
Door switch
Door switch
Track
A
B
C
D
E
F
A
B
C
D
Description
Description
Deadlocking motor or
Deadlocking motor
Door switch
Door switch
Locking motor
Locking motor
Description
Locking motor
Locking motor and child locking
Door switch/child lock switch
Door switch
Child lock deadlocking motor
Child lock switch
Top of the range version (rear right)
Track
Basic version (right-hand side)
Locking motor
Locking motor
Door switch
Door switch
Deadlocking motor
Deadlocking motor
Top of the range version (rear left)
Track
CONNECTION
Description
Top of the range version (front right)
Track
●
84A
Description
Child lock switch
Deadlocking or child locking system
motor (rear door)
Door switch
Door switch/child lock switch
Locking motor and child locking
Locking motor
Door switch
Door switch
Locking motor
Locking motor
84A-20
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Tailgate electric lock
The tailgate lock is identical on all vehicles.
84A
CONNECTION
The trim must be removed to permit removal of the
tailgate opening control (refer to the Bodywork
Section).
Remove the three plate mounting bolts (A), disconnect
the opening control connector and remove the
assembly.
On a workbench, separate the locking plate by
removing the two mounting bolts (B).
Track
1
2
3
4
84A-21
Description
Motor feed (control connection)
Motor feed (UCH connection)
Opening sensor (rabbet sensor)
Earth
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Tailgate opening control
The trim must be removed (refer to the Bodywork
Section) to allow removal of the tailgate opening
control (C).
84A
CONNECTION
NOTE:
The tailgate opening switch is an all-or-nothing switch.
Disconnect the tailgate opening control, then unclip it.
Track
1
2
84A-22
Description
Connection to tailgate lock
Earth
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Rear window lock
The trim must be removed to allow removal of the rear
window lock (refer to the Bodywork Section).
84A
CONNECTION
Disconnect the connector.
Remove the two mounting bolts (A).
Track
1
2
3
4
84A-23
Description
Motor feed (control connection)
Motor feed (UCH connection).
Opening sensor (rabbet sensor)
Earth
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Rear window opening control
The trim must be removed to allow removal of the rear
window opening control (B) (refer to the Bodywork
Section).
Disconnect the rear window opening control, then
unclip it.
CONNECTION
NOTE:
The rear screen opening switch is an all-or-nothing
switch.
Track
1
2
84A-24
84A
Description
Earth
Connection to rear window lock (track 1)
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror controls
ELECTRIC DOOR MIRROR CONTROLS
There are several types of door mirror control,
according to the level of equipment fitted:
● Basic electric door mirror control
● Non-multiplex tilting electric door mirror control
● Multiplex tilting electric door mirror control
NOTE:
The controls for the multiplex and non-multiplex door
mirrors are identical, but they have different wiring.
●
Tilting electric door mirror multiplex control
(option: store driver's seat position)
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tilting door mirror signal
+ After ignition
Door mirror motor common
Earth
Tilting rear-view mirror common line
Up/down control for the right-hand door
mirror
Up/down control for the left-hand door
mirror
Left/right movement of the right-hand door
mirror
Right/left movement of the left-hand door
mirror
Not used
7
8
9
10
●
●
Basic electric door mirror control
Track
Description
A1
Left/right movement of the left-hand door
mirror
+ Before ignition
Up/down movement of the left-hand door
mirror
Not used
Left/right movement of the right-hand door
mirror
Up/down movement of the right-hand door
mirror
Earth
Motor common line
A2
A3
A4
B1
B2
B3
B4
84A
Non-multiplex tilting electric door mirror control
(no memory)
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
Tilting motors common line
+ After ignition
Door mirror motor common line
Earth
+ Before ignition
Up/down movement of the right-hand door
mirror
Up/down movement of the left-hand door
mirror
Left/right movement of the right-hand door
mirror
Right/left movement of the left-hand door
mirror
Door mirror folding control
7
8
9
10
NOTE:
These switches light up when the ignition is turned on
(not night lighting).
84A-25
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Interior rear-view mirror
The interior rear-view mirror can be fitted with the
autodimming (electrochrome) system.
This system works by comparing levels of brightness
gauged by two sensors:
– sensor (A) on the windscreen side,
– sensor (B) on the mirror side.
84A
NOTE:
The door mirrors can also be fitted with this system. In
this case, the mirror dimming is controlled by the
interior rear-view mirror. (There are no light sensors on
the door mirrors).
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
84A-26
Description
Power supply
Earth
Brightness information (track 3E door
mirror)
Brightness information (track 3D)
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Electric door mirrors
84A
CONNECTION (fullest version)
The components of the electric door mirrors are:
– two motors for vertical and horizontal movement,
– an external temperature sensor (right-hand side),
– a tilt motor (according to model),
– a heating system (according to model),
– an autodimming system linked to the interior rearview mirror to dim the mirrors in bright light
(according to model),
– a multiplex connection (according to model).
Track
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
3G
Description
Door mirror de-icing
Door mirror de-icing
Temperature sensor (right-hand side)
Temperature sensor (right-hand side)
Not used
Not used
Horizontal adjustment motor
Vertical adjustment motor
Motor common
Horizontal position potentiometer
Vertical position potentiometer
Power supply
Earth
Not used
Tilt motor
Tilt motor
Brightness signal (interior rear-view
mirror)
Brightness signal (interior rear-view
mirror)
Not used
Not used
The resistance of the heating system is
approximately 10 Ω.
IMPORTANT:
On vehicles fitted with a driving position memory
option, the door mirrors are fitted with a multiplex
connection. This connection allows information stored
in the electric window motor (see Section 88D:
Driving position memory) to be retrieved.
84A-27
The autodimming system can be checked with a 1.5 V
(R6) battery on tracks 3D and 3E.
The mirror should progressively darken.
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
External temperature sensor
The external temperature sensor is located in the door
mirror on the right-hand side.
It is necessary to remove the reflective glass to access
the sensor (refer to the Bodywork Section).
84A
REFITTING
Rejoin the two temperature sensor wires using heatshrink sleeves.
Refit the reflective glass.
REMOVAL
Check the resistance of the temperature sensor
Remove mounting bolt (A).
Approximate
temperature in °C
Sensor resistance in Ω
Between 0 and 5
Between 5400 and 6200
Between 6 and 10
Between 4400 and 5400
Between 11 and 15
Between 3700 and 4400
Between 16 and 20
Between 3000 and 3700
Between 21 and 25
Between 2500 and 3000
Between 26 and 30
Between 2100 and 2500
Between 31 and 35
Between 1700 and 2100
Between 36 and 40
Between 1450 and 1700
Cut the wires at (B).
84A-28
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Mirror fault finding - Customer complaints
84A
INCORRECT EXTERNAL TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
NO HEATING
NO AUTODIMMING FUNCTION ON ONE OR MORE DOOR MIRRORS
NO AUTODIMMING FUNCTION ON THE INTERIOR REAR-VIEW MIRROR
IMPOSSIBLE TO ELECTRICALLY ADJUST THE DOOR MIRRORS
DOOR MIRRORS CANNOT BE ELECTRICALLY FOLDED
DOOR MIRROR CONTROL (STANDARD)
TILTING DOOR MIRROR CONTROL
84A-29
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Incorrect external temperature display
Incorrect external
temperature display
Check the resistance of
the mirror sensor
(tracks 1D-1E)
Does the resistance
correspond to the
temperature?
no
Replace the temperature
sensor.
yes
Is the vehicle fitted
with Carminat?
Check the resistance of
the sensor on the
instrument panel
(tracks 6 and 21).
no
yes
Check the resistance of
the sensor on the UCH
(tracks 16 and 17 grey
connector).
Does the resistance
correspond to the
temperature?
no
Check the wiring.
Refer to the Wiring diagrams
Technical Note.
no
Does the resistance
correspond to the
temperature?
yes
yes
Replace the instrument
panel.
Replace the central
communication unit.
84A-30
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
No demisting
The door mirror does not
demist.
Does the
problem affect only one
mirror?
no
yes
Check the door mirror
feed (+ 12 V).
Is + 12 V present
on track 1B?
Check the mirror-switch
wiring.
Refer to the Wiring
Diagrams Technical
Note.
no
yes
Check the resistance of
the mirror heating circuit.
The resistance should be
approximately 10 Ω
(tracks 1B-1C).
Is the resistance
correct?
no
Check the mirror wiring or
replace the mirror.
yes
Check the heating circuit
earth on track 1C of the
mirror wiring.
84A-31
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
Does the rear screen
demist?
no
84A
Check the supply fuse.
yes
Is the fuse sound?
Check the wiring
between the switch and
the mirrors (splice).
no
Replace the fuse.
yes
Check the operation of
the switch (air
conditioning panel).
Is it sound?
no
Replace the control
panel.
yes
Check the vehicle wiring
(supply and earth).
84A-32
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
No autodimming function on one or more door mirrors
No autodimming function
on one or more door
mirrors
Does the
problem affect only one
mirror?
no
yes
Using a 1.5 V battery,
check the operation of
the autodimming circuit
(supply 3D / earth 3E).
Does the mirror
darken?
Check the mirror wiring or
replace the mirror.
no
yes
Check the wiring
between the door mirrors
and the interior rear-view
mirror: splice, feed
(tracks 4-3E) and earth
(tracks 3-3D).
84A-33
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Check the operation of
the interior rear-view
mirror autodimming
function.
Does the interior
rear-view mirror
work?
Refer to the fault finding
chart entitled "No
autodimming function on
the interior rear-view
mirror".
no
yes
Check the interior rearview mirror outputs
(control on track 4 / earth
on track 3).
Is there a voltage
at the terminals
(maximum
15 V)?
Replace the interior rearview mirror.
no
yes
Check the wiring
between the interior rearview mirror and the door
mirrors (splice, supply,
and earth).
84A-34
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
No autodimming function on the interior rear-view mirror
No autodimming function
on the interior rear-view
mirror.
Check the fuse.
Is the fuse sound?
no
Replace the fuse.
yes
Check the 12 V supply
(track 1) and the earth
(track 2) of the interior
rear-view mirror using a
multimeter.
Check the vehicle wiring.
Refer to the Wiring
diagrams Technical
Note.
no
Is it correct?
yes
Replace the interior rearview mirror. Check the
autodimming function of
the door mirrors.
84A-35
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Door mirrors cannot be electrically adjusted
Door mirrors cannot be
electrically adjusted.
Does the fault
affect only one
door-mirror?
no
Check the operation of
the mirror control.
yes
Check the supply and earth
of the mirror using a
mulitmeter: horizontal
adjustment (tracks 2A and
2C).
Does the voltage
change when the control
is activated?
no
yes
Check the supply and earth
of the mirror using a
multimeter: vertical
movement (tracks 2B
and 2C).
Does the voltage
change when the control
is activated?
Check the mirror control
wiring.
Refer to the Wiring
diagrams Technical
Note.
no
yes
Check the mirror wiring or
replace the mirror.
84A-36
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Door mirrors cannot be electrically tilted
Door mirrors cannot be
electrically tilted.
Does the
problem affect only one
mirror?
no
Check the operation of
the mirror control.
yes
Check the supply and
earth of the door mirror
using a multimeter: tilt
motor (tracks 3B
and 3C).
Does the
voltage change when
the control is
activated?
Check the mirror control
wiring. Refer to the
Wiring diagrams
Technical Note.
no
yes
Check the mirror wiring or
replace the mirror.
84A-37
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Basic electric door mirror control
Check the control supply: + 12 V on
track A2 earth on track B3.
no
Check the fuse and the
vehicle wiring.
Is it correct?
yes
Check the driver horizontal
movement motor supply and earth
(tracks A3 and B4).
Does the voltage
change when the control is
activated?
no
yes
Check the supply and earth of the
vertical movement motor (tracks A1
and B4).
Does the voltage
change when the control is
activated?
no
yes
Check the supply and earth of the
passenger door mirror adjustment
motors (horizontal tracks B1 and
B4 and vertical tracks B2 and B4).
no
Replace the control.
84A-38
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Tilting door mirror control
Check the supply of
control: + 12 V on track 2
(lighting) and on track 5,
earth on track 4.
Is it correct?
no
Check the fuses and the
vehicle wiring.
yes
Check the supply and
earth of the driver's door
mirror horizontal
movement motor (tracks
3 and 9).
Does the
voltage change
when the control is
activated?
no
yes
Check the supply and
earth of the vertical
movement motor
(tracks 3 and 7).
Does the
voltage change
when the control is
activated?
no
Replace the control.
yes
84A-39
Edition 2
CONTROLS - SIGNALS
Door mirror fault finding - Fault finding chart
84A
Check the supply and
earth of the driver's and
passenger side folding
motors (tracks 1
and 10).
Does the
voltage change
when the control is
activated?
no
yes
Check the supply and
earth of the passenger
door mirror motors:
– horizontal tracks 3
and 8,
– vertical tracks 3 and 6.
no
Replace the control.
84A-40
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
185A
Windscreen wiper blades
85A
REMOVAL
These blades consist of:
– a wiper blade (1);
– two metal inserts (2);
– a deflector (3) directed towards the front of the
vehicle.
Raise the windscreen wiper arm.
Unclip the blade (4) from the windscreen wiper arm, so
as to swivel the arm (5) as far as the horizontal stop.
Then slide the arm (6) to release it from its hingepin.
These blades increase the efficiency of wiping and
greatly reduce wind noise, even at high speeds.
REFITTING
Special Note
The upper blade (the largest one) is positioned on the
left-hand side of the vehicle.
85A-1
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Windscreen wiper mechanism
85A
SPECIAL TOOLING REQUIRED
Elé. 1294-01 Tool for removing windscreen wiper
arms
REMOVAL OF THE WIPER MECHANISM WITH
MOTOR
Remove:
– the mounting (C),
The mechanism is identical for all vehicles, whether
left-hand or right-hand drive.
REMOVING THE LINKAGE
Disconnect:
– the battery,
– the wiper motor.
Remove the electrical harness.
Remove:
– the windscreen wiper arms using tool Elé. 1294-01,
– the upper trims of the front wings (1).
– the seal (D), partially,
– the plenum chamber half-grilles, the left-hand side
then the right by removing the mountings (E) (quarter
of a turn),
IMPORTANT: do not break the mounting (B).
85A-2
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Windscreen wiper mechanism
85A
– the mounting bolts (A), (B) and (C) to remove the air
inlet unit and to release the tanks (brake fluid and
coolant),
– the bolts (D) attaching the windscreen wiper
mechanism.
Tilt the mechanism to remove it from its housing.
IMPORTANT: for vehicles equipped with heated
windscreen, do not damage the supply wires.
85A-3
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Windscreen wiper mechanism
REFITTING
85A
Refit:
– the plenum chamber half-grilles (refer to the
Bodywork section),
– the air inlet unit and the reservoirs (brake fluid and
coolant).
WARNING: it is prohibited to alter the settings of the
mechanism; ball joint (A) is adjusted in-factory.
Reconnect:
– the connectors (wiper motor and brake fluid),
– the battery.
IMPORTANT: before refitting the windscreen wiper
arms, it is very important to check again that the
wiper motor is still positioned in the park position and
to clean the blade-holder shaft splines.
Position the lower arm (RH) along to locating point (C)
on the windscreen and tighten the nut to a torque of
2 daNm.
Tilt the mechanism to insert it in position.
Place all the bolts on the mechanism in position.
Tighten the bolts (B and C) to a torque of 0.8 daNm
then the other five to the same torque (starting with
bolt B).
NOTE: to help distinguish between the two
windscreen wiper arms, the right arm is more curved.
Fit:
– the upper arm (LH) parallel to the lower arm and
tighten the nut to a suitable torque,
– the nut covers.
IMPORTANT: When connecting the battery carry
out the necessary programming (see Section 80 A
Battery).
Clean the lower section of the windscreen.
85A-4
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Windscreen wiper
85A
CONNECTION
The motor connection is the same on left-hand and
right-hand drive vehicles.
Track
1
2
3
4
5
Description
+ Battery
Earth
Not used
+ After ignition
Control signal coming from the rain
sensor or the UCH
85A-5
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rain detector
85A
OPERATION
The UCH collects the information supplied by the rain sensor. It thus enables automatic operation of the wipers and
control of wiper speeds according to the quantity of water on the windscreen.
To activate this function, position the wiper stalk in intermittent position. Any movement of the wiper stalk cancels
this function.
SPECIAL NOTES
If the wiper blades are subjected to too great a force (e.g., high-speed operation), the UCH automatically switches to
a lower speed.
In the event of the wiper blade motor becoming blocked (e.g. if the windscreen freezes over), the UCH automatically
cuts off the motor's power supply.
IMPORTANT: the wiper blades must be regularly replaced for the rain sensor to work properly.
REAR SCREEN WIPER
OPERATION
In normal operation, the rear screen wiper works intermittently.
When the windscreen wipers are switched on, the rear wipers are also switched on automatically when reverse gear
is selected.
85A-6
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rain detector
85A
CONNECTION
REMOVAL
Remove the interior rear-view mirror cover (see the
Bodywork section).
Unclip the two side clips (A) from the detector using a
small screwdriver.
Track
1
2
3
Description
+ Battery supply
Earth
Connection between UCH and wiper
motor
Disconnect the connector.
WARNING: do not touch the rain sensor. Fit it on
the vehicle as soon as it is removed from its
packaging.
REFITTING
Clean the contact surface between the windscreen
and the detector.
Place the detector on the mounting and pull back the
clips.
Reconnect the connector and put back the rear-view
mirror cover.
85A-7
Edition 2
FIXED REAR SCREEN
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rear screen wiper motor
85A
SPECIAL TOOLING REQUIRED
Elé. 1552 Tool for removing windscreen wiper
arms
REMOVAL
REFITTING - Special points
Disconnect the battery.
IMPORTANT: the seal (C) must be replaced each time
the motor is removed.
Remove:
– the nut cover, passing a finger under the windscreen
wiper arm to press on catch (A),
– the mounting nut and the windscreen wiper arm,
using tool Elé. 1552,
After setting the motor to a torque of 0.8 daN.m, check
that the motor is set in the park position.
Clean the motor shaft splines.
Place the windscreen wiper arm in rest position with a
new nut and tighten the nut to a torque of 1.2 daNm.
– the tailgate trim (see the Bodywork section),
– the wiper motor mounting bolts (B) and disconnect
the motor.
85A-8
Edition 2
OPENING REAR
SCREEN
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rear screen wiper motor
85A
REMOVAL
REFITTING
Disconnect the battery.
Respect the mounting bolt tightening torque
(0.8 daNm).
Remove:
– the boot trim (refer to the Bodywork section),
– the motor mounting bolts (A) and disconnect the
connector.
Disengage the wiper motor.
NOTE: the wiper mechanism remains fixed to the rear
screen.
85A-9
Edition 2
OPENING REAR
SCREEN
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rear screen wiper mechanism
85A
SPECIAL TOOLING REQUIRED
Elé. 1552 Tool for removing windscreen wiper
arms
– the clip (H) to remove the lining (I).
REMOVING THE LINKAGE
The wiper mechanism is fixed to the opening rear
screen.
Remove the cap.
Pass a finger behind the wiper arm to press on the
catch (C).
Loosen the nut (J).
Remove the wiper arm using tool Elé. 1552.
Remove:
– the nut cover (D),
– the nut (E),
– surround (F).
85A-10
Edition 2
OPENING REAR
SCREEN
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rear screen wiper mechanism
REFITTING
85A
Carefully close the tailgate window, then centre the
mechanism to clip the tool on the motor.
Clean the wiper arm shaft splines.
IMPORTANT: the seal (A) must be replaced.
Refit:
– the surround (C) by positioning its catch,
– the nut and tighten to a torque of 0.6 daNm,
– the nut cover.
Position the mechanism without tightening the
mounting bolts.
Use the fitting jig Elé. 1680, positioning it at (B).
Open the tailgate window.
Remove the fitting jig (Elé. 1680).
85A-11
Edition 2
OPENING REAR
SCREEN
WIPERS/WASHERS
Rear screen wiper mechanism
85A
NOTE: if the opening screen needs replacing, adjust
the mechanism as follows:
– if the mechanism is positioned too low, the wiping
sweep will be narrowed,
– if the mechanism is positioned too high, the wiping
sweep will be widened.
Tighten the nut (C) to a torque of 0.8 daNm and refit
the trim (D).
IMPORTANT: before refitting the wiper blade, it is
important to check that the motor is in park position.
Place the wiper blade in rest position.
Fit a new bolt and tighten to a torque of 1.2 daNm.
85A-12
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Windscreen washer
85A
OPERATION
REMOVING - REFITTING THE PUMP
This vehicle is fitted with a two-way electric pump
which feeds fluid from the same reservoir to both the
windscreen and rear screen washers according to the
electrical supply to the two tracks of the connector.
To gain access to the washer pump, the front bumper
must be removed (see the Bodywork section).
The windscreen and rear screen washers are
controlled by the wiper control stalk.
There are two scenarios:
– when the pipes are fed via the outlet (A), the
windscreen washer operates,
Track
1
2
Description
Earth
Power supply
– when the pipes are fed via the outlet (B), the rear
screen washer operates.
Track
1
2
Description
Power supply
Earth
When removing the washer pump, mark the two pipes
before disconnecting them.
NOTE: some models, such as cold climate vehicles,
are fitted with electric heating air vents.
85A-13
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Headlight washers
85A
SPECIAL NOTES
The headlight washer pump (A) is fed via the UCH
when the screen washer and the daytime running
lights or dipped beam lights are switched on.
The special electric pump for the headlight washers is
located next to the screen washer electric pump (B).
To remove the pump, it is necessary to remove the
front bumper (see the Bodywork section).
CONNECTOR ALLOCATION
Track
1
2
Description
Power supply
Earth
NOTE: only vehicles fitted with headlight washers
have a liquid level sensor (C).
85A-14
Edition 2
WIPERS/WASHERS
Headlight washers
REMOVAL - REFITTING
85A
To remove the lower section, it is necessary to remove
the front bumper (see the Bodywork section) to gain
access to the mounting bolts (F).
The headlight washers comprise two parts:
– a visible part including the nozzle,
– a section behind the front bumper.
To remove the nozzle alone, it is necessary to hold the
rigid supply pipe using a vice and a cloth (to protect
the bumper paintwork).
Unclip the cover (D).
Remove the retaining clip (E).
85A-15
Edition 2
RADIO
186A
General information
86A
Radio
CD changer
Display
Protection code
Special notes
Entry level
(cassette player)
in the boot
(accessories)
Instrument panel "Entry
level" (IIC connection)
radio
-
Entry level (CD
player)
in the boot
(accessories)
Instrument panel "Entry
level" (IIC link)
radio
-
in the boot
Display "Mid-range" or
"Top-of-the range"
(multimedia multiplex
connector)
Top-of-the-range
(receiver-amplifier
in the boot)
Top-of-the-range
(receiver-amplifier
in the boot)
in the dashboard
in the dashboard
Navigation screen "Topof-the range" and
instrument panel
(multimedia multiplex
connector)
86A-1
radio
radio + CD changer
Infrared remote
control
– Infrared remote
control
radio + CD changer
– Double radio
data screen
display
Edition 2
RADIO
186A
Entry level audio equipment: General Information
86A
CODED PROTECTION
CONFIGURATION
The radio is protected by a four digit code. This code
must be entered via the control satellite or the audio
equipment keypad each time the battery is
disconnected.
NOTE: to select the zone in which the Tuner is to be
used, press buttons 2 and 5 with the power on. Then
wait approximately two minutes. Enter the four digit
code and then:
Entering the code with the control on the steering
wheel:
press the bottom button on the control to confirm an
entry.
●
select the tone curve appropriate for the vehicle
– 0: no regulation
– 1: Twingo
– 2: Clio
– 3: Megane
– 4: Laguna
– 5: Vel Satis - Espace
●
Select the relevant zone:
– America
– Japan
– Asia
– Arabia
– Others (Europe, Africa, other)
●
configuration of the rear speakers REAR ON/ OFF.
If the code is entered incorrectly, the radio will be
locked (one minute for the first mistake, two minutes
for the second mistake, four minutes for the third
mistake, etc.).
Some settings must be made after the code has been
entered for the first time (see the Configuration
section). These settings are stored when the battery is
disconnected.
NOTE: if there is a configuration error, you can return
to scrambled mode by pressing the 2 and 5 buttons at
the same time as switching the power on. Then wait
two minutes.
NOTE: these configurations are not required when the
secret code is entered after the power supply has
been cut.
EXPERT MODE
To move to configuration mode (Expert mode), press
and hold the source key for about four seconds until
you hear a beep. This allows you to adjust the
following functions:
– AF mode activation (automatic retuning),
– vehicle speed-dependent volume (5 for maximum
change, 0 for no change),
– activation of Loudness mode,
– activation of Assisted tuner mode
– configuration of the number of speakers (2 or 4),
– selection of manual or dynamic list.
NOTE: pressing the source button when entering the
configurations cancels the changes.
86A-2
Edition 2
RADIO
Entry level audio equipment: Security code
86A
THE DISPLAY SHOWS CODE OR 0000
Enter the security code. The audio equipment
beeps every two seconds for two minutes then
displays CODE.
No
Is the audio equipment showing
CODE then 0000?
Return to scramble mode.
With the audio equipment switched off, press
buttons 2, 5 and ON.
Wait approximately two minutes until CODE
then 0000 appear.
Yes
Enter the first digit using the steering wheel
tumble wheel control or the front panel.
Confirm the digit by briefly pressing the lower
button on the steering wheel control or front
panel.
Use the same procedure to enter the remaining
three digits.
Confirm the security code by pressing and
holding the same button or button (6) on the front
panel.
No
Is the radio equipment showing
ERROR then CODE?
Yes
No
Is the radio equipment showing
ERROR CD then CD CODE?
Yes
The audio equipment enters CONFIGURATION
mode (if being used for the first time) and
operates normally.
86A-3
Refer to the page entitled Display shows CD
CODE.
Edition 2
RADIO
Entry level audio equipment: Configuration - Parameter
86A
CONFIGURATION
PARAMETERS
Configuration is required after the security code
has been entered for the first time or after
buttons 2, 5 and radio ON have been pressed.
Wait approximately two minutes then enter the
security code.
Press and hold the Source button to modify
parameters.
Activate or deactivate monitoring of automatic
retuning of stations (RDS): AF ON/OFF using
the "+" and "-" buttons.
Select the tone curve appropriate for the vehicle
model:
0: no regulation
1: Twingo
2: Clio
3: Megane
4: Laguna
5: Vel Satis - Espace
Scroll to the next parameter using the tumble
wheel or the and buttons.
Select the curve for speed-dependent volume
control then confirm:
– SPEED 0: no regulation.
– SPEED 5: maximum regulation.
Confirm by pressing and holding the lower
button on the steering wheel control.
–
–
–
–
–
Activate or deactivate the
Loudness function: LOUD ON/OFF.
Select the geographical zone for tuner
operation:
Others (Europe, Africa, other)
America
Japan
Asia
Arabia
Select the Tuner operating mode:
TUNE MAN/AUTO
Configure the use of rear speakers:
REAR ON/OFF
Configuration of the rear speakers:
REAR ON/OFF
Configure the list update:
LIST MAN/DYN
86A-4
Edition 2
RADIO
Entry level audio equipment: Connections
86A
CONNECTOR ALLOCATIONS
Black connector (A)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Vehicle speed signal
Not used
Pause signal
Battery supply
Aerial amplifier and display supply
Light supply
Accessories supply
Earth
Yellow connector (B)
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
Instrument panel connection (track 11)
Instrument panel connection (track 12)
Instrument panel connection (track 27)
Not used
Instrument panel connection (track 4)
Instrument panel connection (track 26)
Black connector (C)
Track
NOTE: if the vehicle is fitted with a navigation system,
refer to Section 83C Navigation assistance.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
+ Rear right-hand speaker
- Rear right-hand speaker
+ Front right-hand speaker
- Front right-hand speaker
+ Front left-hand speaker
- Front left-hand speaker
+ Rear left-hand speaker
- Rear left-hand speaker
NOTE: the speakers are connected in parallel on each
output.
Connector (D) is used to connect to a CD changer
(depending on the version).
86A-5
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: Operation
86A
For repairs, the receiver-amplifier is fitted with a test menu (refer to Section
Self-test).
– It is not permitted to work on a system component.
– Incorrectly operating components should be replaced.
DIAGRAM
1
2
3
4
5
Amplifier-tuner
CD changer
Satellite control on the steering wheel
Offset display (integrated in the instrument panel)
Amplified radio aerial
Edition 2
86A-6
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: Security code
CODED PROTECTION
86A
If the vehicle is equipped with a CD changer in the
front panel, a code is exchanged between the CD
changer and the receiver-amplifier.
– If a new CD changer is fitted, the amplifier code is
programmed when the battery or CD changer is
connected.
– If the receiver-amplifier is replaced, the security code
of the old amplifier connected to the CD changer may
be entered. The CD changer is programmed with the
code for the new amplifier.
– If the old amplifier code is lost, the link code can be
cleared with the clearing code. The clearing code is
transmitted by the techline, the server etc.
●
Two components of the audio equipment can be
protected by a code:
● An initial 4 digit protection code is linked to the tuneramplifier. The user is asked for this code every time
the power is cut. This code must be entered via the
control satellite. The display shows CODE then
0000.
IMPORTANT: if an incorrect code is entered, the audio
equipment beeps, displays CODE and locks:
– 1 st error: 1 minute,
– 2 nd error: 2 minutes,
– 3rd error: 4 minutes, etc. (32 minutes maximum).
When the code has been entered, certain parameters
must be reprogrammed. Configuration is only required
after the code has been entered for the first time (see
the Configurations section).
IMPORTANT: the CD changer is supplied uncoded. As
soon as it is installed into the vehicle, the CD changer
is programmed with the tuner-amplifier connection
code.
REMINDER: Only the changer in the front panel is
coded.
NOTE: the code can be scrambled by pressing
buttons 2 and 5 at the same time as the equipment is
switched on. Then wait approximately two minutes.
REMINDER: the audio equipment will operate for
approximately two minutes without the code having
been entered (with regular warning beeps).
86A-7
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: Security code
86A
THE DISPLAY SHOWS CODE OR 0000
Enter the security code. The radio beeps every
two seconds for two minutes, then displays
CODE.
No
Is the audio equipment showing
CODE then 0000?
Return to scramble mode. With the audio
equipment switched off, press buttons 2, 5 and
ON.
Yes
Enter the first digit using the tumblewheel on the
fingertip controls at the steering wheel.
Wait approximately two minutes until CODE
then 0000 appear.
Confirm the digit by briefly pressing the lower
button on the fingertip steering wheel controls.
Use the same procedure to enter the remaining
three digits.
Confirm the security code by pressing and
holding the same button.
Does the audio equipment
display ERROR then CODE?
Yes
No
No
Is the audio equipment
displaying CD CODE?
Yes
Refer to the page entitled Display shows CD
CODE.
The audio equipment enters
CONFIGURATION mode (if being used for the
first time) and operates normally.
86A-8
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: Security code
86A
THE DISPLAY SHOWS CD CODE
The audio equipment displays ERROR CD, CD
CODE, then CD-0000.
Enter the code of the receiver-amplifier formerly
connected to the CD changer.
Enter the first digit using the tumblewheel on the
fingertip controls at the steering wheel.
Confirm the digit by briefly pressing the lower
button on the fingertip steering wheel controls.
Use the same procedure to enter the remaining
three digits.
Confirm the security code by pressing and
holding the same button.
No
Does the CD changer code
correspond to the amplifier
code?
Yes
The audio equipment displays the
message ERROR, then CD CODE.
If the fault is still present, the ALPINE
code must be entered.
The CD changer is programmed with the
code for the new amplifier and operates
correctly. The audio equipment is no
longer protected.
86A-9
Edition 2
RADIO
Top-of-the-range audio equipment: Configuration - Parameter
86A
CONFIGURATION
PARAMETERS
Audio equipment configuration is only required when
entering the security code for the first time. It is then
stored in case the power is cut.
To enter Parameter mode (Expert mode), briefly
press the Expert button until a beep is heard. This
allows you to adjust the following functions:
– activation of AF mode (automatic retuning of
stations: RDS),
– change the volume range according to vehicle
speed (5 for maximum change, 0 to cancel the
change),
– activation of Loudness mode,
– activation of manual or automatic tuner mode,
– activate the AUX (auxiliary) function for the DVD
option,
– activation of storage of data according to the
RENAULT Card: CARD ON/OFF. To operate, the
audio equipment must be accompanied by the
navigation system.
●
Select the volume ranges according to the vehicle:
the system has a default parameter of 0.
●
Select the relevant zone:
– Others (Europe, Africa, other)
– America
– Japan
– Asia
– Arabia
NOTE: these configurations can be modified by
pressing and holding the source button on the front
panel or buttons 2 and 5.
86A-10
Edition 2
RADIO
Top-of-the-range audio equipment: Configuration - Parameter
86A
CONFIGURATION
PARAMETERS
The equipment may be configured after the
security code has been entered for the first time
or by pressing and holding the source button.
Parameters can be altered by pressing the
Expert button briefly.
Activate or deactivate monitoring of automatic
retuning of stations (RDS): AF ON/OFF using
the "+" and "-" buttons.
Select the tone curve for the appropriate vehicle
model. This curve has a default setting of
CURVE = 0.
Scroll to the next parameter using the tumble
wheel or the and buttons.
Confirm by pressing and holding the lower
button on the steering wheel control.
–
–
–
–
–
Select the curve for speed-dependent volume
control then confirm:
– SPEED 0: no increase.
– SPEED 5: maximum increase.
Select the geographical zone for tuner
operation:
Others (Europe, Africa, other)
America
Japan
Asia
Arabia
Activate or deactivate the
Loudness function: LOUD ON/OFF.
Confirm by pressing and holding the lower
button on the steering wheel control.
Select the Tuner operating mode:
TUNE MAN/AUTO
Configure the use of rear speakers:
REAR ON/OFF.
Select the auxiliary input operating mode:
AUX AUTO/ON/OFF
Confirm by pressing and holding the lower
button on the steering wheel control.
Select data storage on the RENAULT Card:
CARD ON/OFF.
86A-11
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: CD changer
86A
SPECIAL NOTES ON THE CHANGER IN THE
FRONT PANEL
IMPORTANT: the CD changer is supplied uncoded.
When the CD changer is installed, it is programmed
with the receiver-amplifier code.
The clearing code is essential in the event of removal
for return to the Parts Stores.
REMOVAL
The CD changer in the front panel is removed using
special tool MS 1639.
CONNECTION:
Black connector
Track
1
2
3
Description
Not used
+ Lighting
Not used
Green connector
IMPORTANT: before connecting a new CD changer,
bracket (A) must be removed otherwise the CD
changer maybe damaged.
86A-12
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
Amplifier connection (track 15)
Amplifier connection (track 13)
Amplifier connection (track 14)
Amplifier connection (track 17)
Amplifier connection (track 4)
Amplifier connection (track 3)
Amplifier connection (track 2)
Amplifier connection (track 1)
Amplifier connection (tracks 19 and 20)
Amplifier connection (track 18)
Amplifier connection (tracks 19 and 20)
Amplifier connection (track 15)
Amplifier connection (track 15)
Not used
Amplifier connection (track 16)
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: CD changer
SPECIAL NOTES ON THE CHANGER IN THE BOOT
REFITTING
IMPORTANT: the CD changer is not coded. It is fully
interchangeable with any other standard or top-ofthe-range radio.
Reconnect the connector.
The CD changer is located under the rear left-hand
quarter panel trim,
86A
Refit the two mounting bolts (A).
CONNECTION
Black connector
Track
Description
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
Amplifier connection (15)
Amplifier connection (13)
Amplifier connection (14)
Amplifier connection (tracks 19 and 20)
Amplifier connection (16)
Amplifier connection (18)
Amplifier connection (17)
Amplifier connection (tracks 19 and 20)
Not used
Amplifier connection (15)
REMOVAL
Remove the rear left-hand quarter panel trim flap.
Remove the two mounting bolts (A).
Disconnect the connector.
86A-13
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: receiver-amplifier
The amplifier incorporates the tuner function. It is
mounted on its own bracket under the rear left-hand
quarter panel trim.
86A
CONNECTION
NOTE: when replacing the receiver-amplifier, if the
vehicle is equipped with a CD changer in the front
panel of the dashboard, the code for the old receiveramplifier of the vehicle must be entered. Refer to the
page entitled Security code.
REMOVAL
Remove the rear left-hand quarter panel trim flap.
Depending on the version, remove the CD changer.
Black connector (A)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Vehicle speed signal
Not used
Voice synthesiser signal (mute)
+ Battery
Aerial amplifier supply (except
navigation)
Not used
+ Accessories
Earth
Black connector (B)
Remove the mounting screws (A).
Track
To remove, gently lift the receiver-amplifier and
withdraw it through the inspection flap.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Disconnect the connectors.
Remove the receiver-amplifier from the mounting
using tool Ms. 1373.
86A-14
Description
+ Rear right-hand speaker
- Rear right-hand speaker
+ Front right-hand speaker
- Front right-hand speaker
+ Front left-hand speaker
- Front left-hand speaker
+ Rear left-hand speaker
- Rear left-hand speaker
Edition 2
RADIO
Top of the range audio equipment: receiver-amplifier
CONNECTION
Red connector (F)
Track
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
28
29
30
Blue connector (E)
Track
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
86A
Description
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
Connection + CD changer
86A-15
Description
Multiplex connection to display
(track 24) (except navigation)
Multiplex connection to display
(track 25) (except navigation)
Shunt track 5 (except navigation)
Shunt track 6 (except navigation)
Shunt track 3 (except navigation)
Shunt track 4 (except navigation)
Not used
Radio On/Off signal to display
Not used
Instrument panel connection for
infrared remote control
Instrument panel connection for
infrared remote control
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Not used
Edition 2
RADIO
Steering wheel controls
86A
The audio equipment control on the steering wheel is
connected to the instrument panel or the CCU (see
Navigation Aid Technical Note).
Track
Description
A1
A2
A3
B1
B2
B3
Instrument panel connection (track 11)
Instrument panel connection (track 13)
Instrument panel connection (track 27)
Instrument panel connection (track 12)
Instrument panel connection (track 28)
Instrument panel connection (track 26)
ACTION
Lower button (E)
Volume decrease (D)
Volume increase (C)
Top right button (B)
Top left button (A)
Tumblewheel (F)
(1st position)
Tumblewheel (F)
(2nd position)
Tumblewheel (F)
(3rd position)
Track
RESISTANCE
A3/B1
B3/B1
A1/B1
A3/B2
B3/B2
28 Ω
0.5 Ω
0.5 Ω
28 Ω
0.5 Ω
A3/A2
0.5 Ω
B3/A2
0.5 Ω
A1/A2
0.5 Ω
86A-16
Edition 2
RADIO
Aerial
86A
The vehicles are fitted with a radio reception-specific
aerial located on the rear right-hand quarter panel
window (A).
An amplifier (B) is mounted above the rear right-hand
window.
The amplifier is supplied:
– by the radio in vehicles without navigation
assistance,
– by the Central Communication Unit in vehicles fitted
with navigation assistance. Refer to Section 83C
Navigation assistance.
86A-17
Edition 2
RADIO
Speakers
The vehicles are fitted with:
– front tweeters in the dashboard,
– front door speakers,
– tweeters and speakers in the rear doors.
86A
To remove the front speakers:
Unclip the grille (C).
REMOVAL
To remove the front tweeters:
Unclip the grille (A).
Loosen the two speaker bolts (D).
Unclip the tweeter (B).
Disconnect the connector.
Remove the speaker.
Disconnect the connector.
86A-18
Edition 2
RADIO
Speakers
86A
To remove the rear tweeters:
To remove the rear speakers:
Unclip the grille (A).
Unclip the grille (C).
Unclip the tweeter (B).
Loosen the two speaker bolts (D).
Disconnect the connector.
Remove the speaker.
Disconnect the connector.
NOTE: when refitting, gently tighten the front and
rear speaker mounting bolts.
86A-19
Edition 2
RADIO
Pre-fitting
DESCRIPTION
86B
186B
The vehicles are prewired for the connection of the
hands-free kit.
The connector (A) and the antenna cable (B) are
located under the central console.
NOTE:
For information on removing the console, see the 83A
Instrument Panel section.
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Description
Mute output to radio
+ After ignition
+ Before ignition
Earth
Speaker output
Speaker output
Micro input
Micro input
86B-1
Edition 2
CONNECTION
UNIT
187B
UCH
87B
DESCRIPTION
The UCH (1) is located behind the dashboard on the
left-hand side.
This computer contains most of the ECUs, including
the engine immobiliser decoder.
87B-1
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
Entry level
(N1)
Top of the
range (N3)
Operation of indicators and hazard warning lights
X
X
Daytime running lights management
X
X
Management of hazard warning lights under emergency braking
X
X
Side lights control
X
X
Bulb failure (side and brake lights) for the voice synthesiser
-
X
Windscreen and rear screen wipers control
X
X
Headlight washer control
X
X
Tyre pressure monitor
X
X
Door and boot management
X
X
Doors and boot management (driver's door only)
-
X
RAID/unlocking on impact
X
X
Doors and boot control (central locking)
-
X
Doors and windows control (electric childproof locks)
-
X
Doors open warning light
X
X
Electric tailgate locking control
X
X
Timed interior lighting control
X
X
Door open/locked confirmation indicator light connection
-
X
Radio frequency remote control
X
X
Remote control with hands-free system (scenario 1*) management
X
X
Remote control with hands-free system (scenario 2**) management
-
X
Transponder control (engine immobiliser)
X
X
Accessories relay control / + After ignition / Starter
X
X
Passenger compartment buzzer (built into the instrument panel)
X
X
Overspeed feature (Saudi Arabia)
X
X
Engine overspeed
X
X
Multifunction connections to seats and electric door mirrors
-
X
Alarm connection (retrofitted)
X
X
Variable power assisted steering
-
X
Multiplex network interface
X
X
Interface with diagnostic tool
X
X
Writing information to the RENAULT card
X
X
Instrument panel message interface
X
X
UCH versions
*
Standard RENAULT card
**
Hands-free RENAULT card
87B-2
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
Disconnect the connectors of driver's frontal airbag
module (A) and the connectors of the cruise control
buttons (depending on version).
REMOVAL
NOTE
It is essential to read the configurations using the
diagnostic tool when replacing the UCH.
● The relay/fuse box is clipped onto the UCH. One has
to be removed to remove the other.
●
IMPORTANT:
All work on airbag and pretensioner systems must
be carried out by qualified trained personnel.
IMPORTANT:
Pyrotechnic systems (airbags and pretensioners)
must not be handled near to a heat source or a flame
as they may be triggered.
Locking the airbag computer unlocks the electric
steering column lock.
Disconnect the battery.
Remove the driver's front airbag module. To do this,
insert a screwdriver into the notch (1) then pull
upwards on the module (2).
Remove:
● the steering wheel bolts after setting the wheels
straight,
● the steering wheel,
● the steering wheel half-shells held in place by two
bolts (B).
Mark the position of the rotary switch assembly,
checking that the wheels are straight, before removal.
87B-3
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
Gently unclip the upper section (3) of the trim (F) to
release the clip (4), then remove the trim (5).
Undo bolt (C), then unclip the steering column
assembly.
Disconnect the stalks (wiper, radio and lighting control)
and the rotary switch connector.
NOTE:
It is not necessary to separate the steering wheel
angle sensor (D). If it is separated, carry out the
initialisation procedure (refer to Section 38C ABS).
Remove the trim (E) (movements (1) and (2)).
87B-4
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
Remove:
● the tweeter speaker grilles,
87B
Disconnect passenger airbag connector (G) and the
tweeter connectors.
Remove mounting bolts (H) and (I) from the upper
section of the dashboard.
●
the side pillars.
Partially unclip the upper section of the dashboard and
disconnect the insolation sensor.
Remove the upper section of the dashboard.
87B-5
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
Disconnect and remove the dashboard held in place
by two rivets (J).
●
bolts (M) are located in the rear central glove box
behind the covers,
Unclip the harness.
Remove:
● mounting bolt (K) behind the dashboard,
●
bolt (L) behind the sides of the dashboard,
87B-6
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
●
87B
mounting bolts (N) in the passenger's glove box
behind the cover.
Refer to Section 86A Radio for vehicles fitted with a
radio and Section 83C On-board telematic system
for vehicles fitted with navigation systems.
To disconnect the connectors, unclip the central
section of the dashboard, then remove it (two people
required).
Remove mounting bolt (O) from the UCH.
Disconnect the two connectors from the UCH.
Separate the UCH and the fuse and relay box by
pressing on latches (P).
87B-7
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
REFITTING
No special notes, however, do not forget after
reconnecting the battery:
● to go on to program the vehicle code and RENAULT
cards,
● to configure the UCH according to options,
● to initialise the windows,
● to set the clock,
● to enter the four figure radio code.
NOTE:
Refer to Section 82A for programming the UCH and
allocating cards.
87B-8
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B-9
87B
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT LEVEL)
P100 (40-track connector)
BROWN
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
Signal + RENAULT card fully inserted into the reader (input)
Timed central flasher sensor input
Engine running indicator light output
Rear electric window locking input
Front high speed wiper input
RENAULT card reader (input)
Signal + manual gearbox in neutral
Control + reversing lights
Electric central door closing/locking input
Front low speed windscreen wipers input
Invitation to start indicator light output
Not used
Fault finding K signal
Not used
Low speed windscreen wiper input
Luggage compartment lighting input
Electric central door opening/locking input
Tyre pressure radio frequency signal
RENAULT card reader (output)
Engine start/stop button input
GREEN
Track
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Description
Electric central door locking output (indicator light)
Anti-pinch sunroof and electric window output
Rain and light sensor input
Rear screen wiper timer input
Rear screen washer control input
Clutch contact input
Passenger compartment fan assembly relay control
Driver's door handle opening sensor input
Right-hand rear door handle opening sensor
Multiplex connection (CAN H)
Interior lighting output
+ Dipped headlights signal
Passenger's door handle sensor input
Not used
Windscreen washer control input
Right-side indicator input
Left-side indicator input
Rear screen wiper park position input
Not used
Multiplex connection (CAN L)
87B-10
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT LEVEL)
P101 (40-track connector)
BROWN
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Description
Multiplex connection (L)
Variable power-assisted steering motor output
Variable power-assisted steering motor output
Right-hand rear central door deadlocking input
Door handle infrared supply
Dipped beam headlight signal
Right-hand rear door switch input
Tailgate lock input
Electric steering column lock connection
Electric steering column lock connection
Multiplex connection (H)
Presence of card (RENAULT card reader) input
Variable power-assisted steering motor output
Immobiliser warning light output
Left-hand rear door switch input
Driver's door switch input
Right-hand side indicator output
Variable power-assisted steering motor output
Left-hand side indicator output
Passenger's door switch input
GREEN
Track
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Description
Left-hand rear door deadlocking input
Audible alarm input
Left-hand rear door handle opening sensor
Child safety indicator output
Not used
Stop signal
Not used
Not used
Side lights relay for daytime running lights output
Side lights relay for daytime running lights output
Not used
Driver's seat position memory output
Not used
Not used
Not used
Driver's seat position memory output
Not used
Not used
Not used
Headlight washer pump output
87B-11
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH
87B
ALLOCATION (DEPENDING ON EQUIPMENT LEVEL)
U1 (24-track connector)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Description
Electric central door locking output (front interior)
Electric central door locking output (front interior and driver exterior)
Front left-hand side light shunt input
Not used
Front right-hand side light shunt input
Number plate lighting shunt input
Right side light fuse failure input
Left side light fuse failure input
Not used
Dipped beam headlight input
Rear right-hand side light shunt input
Not used
Not used
Relay and fuse box supply input
Not used
Stop lights failure input
Rear left-hand side light shunt input
Not used
Left brake light shunt input
Electric central door locking output
Right brake light shunt input
Brake switch input
Electric door locking output (driver's exterior and rear exterior)
Electric door locking output (rear interior)
U2 (24-track connector)
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
Description
Rear screen wiper relay output
Relayed + after ignition feed input (electronic key)
Relayed idle + after ignition feed input (electronic key)
Relayed + after ignition feed output (electronic key)
Central door locking supply input
Not used
Not used
Central door locking relay output - opening
Relay plate 2 output
Central door locking relay output - closing
Relay plate 1 output
Indicators input
Earth
Not used
Left-hand indicator control output
Indicator diagnostic input
Right-hand indicator control output
Not used
Indicators supply input
Main beam headlights relay output
Starting inhibition relay output
Side lights input
Timed supply relay output
UCH supply input
87B-12
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH configuration
Name of the function
Title and position on the diagnostic tool
87B
Configuration of
the part on
delivery
Automatic gearbox (CF703/704)
immobiliser (LC040)
none
Card jammed (CF709/710)
immobiliser (LC041)
none
RENAULT card left in reader warning alarm immobiliser (LC042)
(CF711/712)
with
Hands-free starting (CF733)
immobiliser (LC051)
none
Locking by hands-free function (CF042)
door management (LC010)
with
Automatic door locking warning beep
(CF035)
door management (LC011)
not defined
Activation of automatic recall of stored
functions (CF052)
door management (LC002)
none
Driver's seat position memory (CF036)
door management (LC015)
none
Sunroof (CF040)
door management (LC017)
none
Electric tailgate striker (CF041)
door management (LC018)
none
Hands-free function (CF043)
door management (LC001)
none
Tailgate and rear screen opening prohibited door management (LC020)
(CF055)
with
Deadlocking (CF044)
door management (LC003)
none
Electric child safety locking (CF045)
door management (LC004)
none
Central window locking (CF046)
door management (LC005)
none
Interior lights (CF048)
door management (LC007)
none
Timed courtesy light (CF049)
door management (LC008)
none
RAID (CF047)
door management (LC012)
with
Door unlocked (CF051)
door management (LC013)
4 doors
Hands-free door unlocking (CF053)
door management (LC014)
4 doors
Vehicle type (CF038)
door management (LC016)
not defined
Type of body (CF037)
door management (LC016)
not defined
Type of driving style (CF050)
door management (LC069)
left
Air conditioning rear panels (CF056)
door management (LC021)
with
Overspeed alarm (Arabia) (CF751)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC048)
with
Daytime running lights (CF755)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC049)
none
Voice synthesiser (CF782)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC050)
none
Rain and light sensor (CF737)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC051)
with
Automatic headlight switch-on (CF724)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC059)
with
Lighting run-on (CF723)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC058)
none
Hazard warning lights under emergency
braking (CF772)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC084)
with
Headlight washers (CF754)
passenger compartment connection unit (LC073)
with
Steering program number (CF 076/082)
power-assisted steering (LC002)
No.5
Power-assisted steering (CF089)
power-assisted steering (CF004)
variable
Inhibition of Tyre Pressure Monitor
(CF 001/002)
tyres (LC001)
with
Tyre suffix (CF056)
tyres (LC007)
Not defined
WARNING:
Certain configuration errors, such as the incorrect gear box type, can prevent the engine from starting.
87B-13
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH configuration
87B
CONFIGURATION OF THE ENGINE IMMOBILISER
CONFIGURATION OF THE CONNECTION UNIT
Using the diagnostic tools:
Using the diagnostic tools:
●
Enter into dialogue with the vehicle and run the
Multiplex network test
●
Enter into dialogue with the vehicle and run the
Multiplex network test
●
Select and confirm the Engine immobiliser menu
●
Select and confirm the Connection unit.
●
In the Command mode menu, select and confirm
the Configuration line.
●
In the Command mode menu, select and confirm
the Configuration line.
NOTE:
It is possible that the tool may require testing of the
RENAULT card battery.
●
Configuration of overspeed:
– CF751: With or without overspeed alarm
(Arabia).
●
Configuration of gearbox type:
– CF703: With automatic transmission,
– CF704: Without automatic transmission.
●
Configuration of daytime running lights:
– CF755: With or without daytime running lights.
●
●
Configuration of RENAULT card lock in the reader
(only for the normal RENAULT card) :
– CF709: With card locking,
– CF710: Without card locking.
Configuration of voice synthesiser:
– CF782: With or without voice synthesiser.
●
Configuration of rain sensor:
– CF737: With or without rain sensor.
The rain and light sensor are inseparable.
●
Configuration of automatic lights:
– CF724: With or without.
●
See-me-home lighting:
– CF723: With or without.
This function lights the dipped headlights
temporarily, and is used, for example, when opening
a gate or garage door.
●
Hazard warning lights under emergency braking:
– CF772: With or without.
●
Headlight washer:
– CF754: With or without.
●
Main beam headlight stalk:
– CF783: 1 position or 2 positions.
To change a configuration:
Confirm the line you want.
Change selection, then confirm with the blue
button.
The tool displays: Do you want to start the
configuration yes or no.
●
●
Configuration of the reminder warning that the
RENAULT Card is still in the reader after stopping
the engine:
– CF711: With card reminder warning,
– CF712: Without card reminder warning
Configuration of the hands-free function:
– CF734: With or without. The type of RENAULT
card and card reader can only be altered if the
UCH is blank.
Configuration of hands-free starting:
– CF733: With or without.
Configuring without hands-free starting retrieves the
same starting conditions as for the normal card
(positioning the card in the reader). The hands-free
starter configuration is independent of locking/
unlocking.
●
87B-14
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH configuration
87B
POWER-ASSISTED STEERING CONFIGURATION
CONFIGURATION OF DOOR MANAGEMENT
Using the diagnostic tools:
Using the diagnostic tools:
●
Enter into dialogue with the vehicle and run the
Multiplex network test
●
Enter into dialogue with the vehicle and run the
Multiplex network test
●
Select and confirm the Power-assisted steering
menu
●
Select and confirm the Door management menu
●
●
In the Command mode menu, select and confirm
the Configuration line.
In the Command mode menu, select and confirm
the Configuration line.
●
●
Power assisted steering configuration:
– CF089: With or without variable power-assisted
steering.
CF038: Configuration of vehicle type (Espace,
Laguna, Vel Satis).
●
CF037: Configuration of bodywork type (Normal,
LWB, Estate).
●
Configuration of the hands-free function:
– CF043: With or without hands-free function.
Configuring without hands-free, retrieves the same
unlocking conditions as with the normal card.
●
Configuration of the hands-free unlocking function:
– CF042: With or without hands-free locking.
This configuration allows the hands-free function to
be used for unlocking the vehicle only.
Configuring without, ensures that the doors unlock
automatically but do not lock automatically.
●
Configuration of the hands-free function horn:
– CF035: No tone or number of tones.
This configuration can change or cancel the beep
when the doors are locked using the hands-free
mode.
●
Configuration of the deadlocking function:
– CF044: With or without deadlocking.
For right-hand drive vehicles fitted with specific door
cabling, this configuration allows the internal handles
to be released by two presses on the remote control
unit.
●
Configuration of electric child safety:
– CF045: With or without electric childproof locks.
This configuration allows, depending on the version,
the operation of the rear windows from the rear seats
to be disabled and the internal handles to be
disabled.
●
Configuration of the assistance strategy for variable
power-assisted steering according to the vehicle:
– CF080: Strategy number 5.
87B-15
Edition 2
CONNECTION UNIT
UCH configuration
87B
●
Configuration of closure of the windows by means of
a long press on the remote control unit. The vehicle
must be fitted with one-touch (anti-pinch) windows
for this function to work:
– CF046: With or without central window locking.
●
Configuration for opening using the hands-free
function:
– CF053: 4 doors or driver's door.
This configuration is identical to the previous
configuration for the hands-free function.
●
Configuration of automatic door locking while driving:
– CF047: With or without automatic door locking
while driving.
This configuration allows operation of automatic door
locking while driving. Unlocking occurs as soon as an
impact signal is received from the airbag computer.
Activate or deactivate this function from the
passenger compartment with the centralised door
locking button.
●
Configuration of the sunroof:
– CF040: With or without sunroof.
●
Configuration for the presence of an electric tailgate
striker:
– CF041: With or without electric tailgate striker.
●
Configuration of interior lighting when a door is
opened:
– CF048: With or without interior lights.
●
Configuration of interior timed lighting when the
doors are closed:
– CF049: With or without courtesy light timer.
●
Configuration of country of use:
– CF050: right hand drive or left hand drive
This configuration allows operation of the
deadlocking and the open door only functions.
●
Configuration of the driver's position memory
function (with or without seat position memory):
– CF036: With or without driver's seat position
memory.
●
Automatic configuration of the recordable functions:
– CF052: With or without automatic recall of
storable functions when the driver's door is
opened.
●
Configuration of door opening:
– CF051: 4 doors or driver's door.
This configuration allows the driver's door and boot
lid only to be unlocked on right-hand drive versions
when the vehicle is unlocked. Press again to unlock
the other doors or boot.
87B-16
To change a configuration:
● Confirm the line you want.
● Change selection, then confirm with the blue button.
The tool displays: Do you want to start the configuration
yes or no.
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT
CONTROL
187C
Keyless vehicle: RENAULT Card
87C
The system fitted to the keyless vehicle consists of:
– a UCH,
– an uncoded card reader (radio receiver and transponder),
– a push-button to start and stop the engine,
– the steering column lock which mechanically locks the steering wheel,
– door locking / unlocking motors,
– RENAULT cards comprising two or three buttons (hands-free version),
– two special transmitter aerials (communication) to the RENAULT card with the hands-free version (depending on
the version),
– specific exterior door handles for the hands-free option (depending on vehicle version),
– interior door locks specific to the deadlocking function (depending on the version).
87C-1
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: RENAULT Card
87C
DESCRIPTION
●
Two RENAULT cards are assigned to the vehicle in the
factory. Depending on its equipment level, the vehicle
may be supplied with:
This system can lock and unlock the doors without the
need to use the radio frequency remote control.
●
Either two RENAULT cards with two buttons
(without hands-free system) fitted with:
– a coded chip which works without a battery and
operates the immobiliser (refer to Section 82A
Immobiliser),
– a plip remote control unit which operates the
locking and unlocking of the doors.
Or two RENAULT cards, one of which is fitted
with a hands-free system (three buttons).
It can also start the vehicle, without the need to insert
the RENAULT card in the reader.
The hands-free card is easily recognisable as it has a
third button (A) that can switch on the lights when the
engine is stopped (refer to Section 80A Battery).
NOTE:
If the vehicle battery charge is low, it is not possible to
unlock the steering lock. It is not possible to push-start
the vehicle.
The radio frequency code transmitted by these
RENAULT cards is continuously changed to avoid
possible copying.
With this system, the remote control units are
resynchronised automatically.
The remote control unit is only used for locking and
unlocking the doors (it has no effect on the
immobiliser).
NOTE:
The UCH can manage four different codes (maximum
of four RENAULT cards).
87C-2
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: RENAULT Card
87C
A battery (B) operates the radio frequency remote
control and hands-free function.
In the event of an operating fault, the front left-hand
door may be opened using a backup key (C).
If the battery is faulty, it will be necessary to put the
card in the reader to start the vehicle (vehicles fitted
with the hands-free function).
Replacement RENAULT cards are supplied noncoded, without a backup metal key and without
batteries.
A cover is fitted in the place of the backup key.
When replacing a RENAULT card, it is necessary to
replace the cover with the customer's backup key and
fit the cover on the faulty RENAULT card in case it
should need to be returned for analysis.
NOTE:
A backup key can be ordered at Parts Stores by
quoting the vehicle security number.
87C-3
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Standard RENAULT Card
87C
OPERATION OF NORMAL REMOTE CONTROLS
In operation, this system uses:
– a RENAULT card (A),
– a radio receiver integrated into the RENAULT card reader (B),
– an electronic controller integrated into the UCH (C),
– an engine start push-button (D),
– the door locks,
– a red 'door locked' warning light,
– the vehicle direction indicators,
– the injection computer (E) for the immobiliser,
– the clutch pedal (F) and Neutral position sensors of the gearbox for the immobiliser,
– the steering column electric lock (G) for the immobiliser.
87C-4
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Standard RENAULT Card
87C
NOTE:
The flashing of the hazard warning lights when the
remote control is used is controlled by the UCH.
OPERATION OF NORMAL REMOTE CONTROLS
The simple RENAULT card has two buttons:
– a locking button (1),
– an unlocking button (2).
NOTES:
Press the lock button to lock the vehicle doors.
Locking of the doors by remote control is displayed
visually by two flashes of the hazard lights (provided all
the doors are closed properly). The red locking warning
light is illuminated.
If one or more of the doors is not locked properly, the
hazard lights remain off after remote control locking.
●
The central door locking button is blocked once the
doors have been locked by the remote control.
●
Some vehicles (right-hand drive version) are fitted
with the deadlocking function which locks the doors
and prevents them from being opened from the
inside of the vehicle. To deadlock the vehicle, press
the lock button twice in succession (1). This function
uses additional specific locking motors.
●
The deadlocking state is denoted by the hazard
warning lights flashing in succession.
●
Right-hand-drive vehicles can be fitted with driver's
door only opening. This function allows the driver's
door and luggage compartment only to be unlocked
by pressing the RENAULT card. The button must be
pressed twice in succession to unlock all the doors.
●
For vehicles fitted with one touch electric windows or
an electric sunroof, pressing and holding the lock
button (1) will lock all the doors and the boot (these
must have been initialised).
●
If a door is not properly shut when the lock button is
pressed, the doors will lock then unlock
automatically.
To unlock the vehicle doors, press the unlock button.
Unlocking of the doors may be indicated by a flash of
the hazard lights.
87C-5
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Standard RENAULT Card
87C
Press the unlock button on the RENAULT
card.
The RENAULT card signal is received by
the unlocking zone aerial (radiofrequency)
or the RENAULT card reader, and
transmitted to the UCH.
If the vehicle is deadlocked, the driver's
door and tailgate unlock. The direction
indicators flash once.
If the vehicle is deadlocked, all the doors
unlock. The direction indicators flash once.
Press the unlock button on the RENAULT
card. The other doors are unlocked.
According to the vehicle, switch on the
ignition to go back to hands-free mode or
start the engine.
Press briefly on the RENAULT card lock
button.
If all the doors and the boot are locked, the
doors and tailgate are locked. The
direction indicators flash twice.
Press and hold the RENAULT card lock
button.
Press briefly on the RENAULT card lock
button for a second time.
The one touch windows and electric
sunroof close The direction indicators flash
rapidly. Depending on the version, the
vehicle is deadlocked.
If the vehicle is deadlocked. The direction
indicators flash rapidly.
After a 5 minute delay, the fuel filler flap is
locked.
87C-6
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Hands-free RENAULT Card
87C
OPERATION OF THE REMOTE CONTROL IN HANDS-FREE MODE
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
I
J
K
L
M
N
O
P
RENAULT card
RENAULT card reader (uncoded) integrated into the radiofrequency receiver
UCH and Fuse and Relay Box located under the dashboard, driver's side
Engine immobiliser red indicator light (instrument panel)
Injection computer (petrol or diesel) for the immobiliser
Steering column electric lock for the immobiliser
Starter button for the immobiliser
Airbag computer for the immobiliser
ABS computer for the immobiliser
Clutch pedal sensor for the immobiliser
Gearbox neutral position sensor for the immobiliser
Brake pedal sensor for the immobiliser
Aerial (125 kHz) for door locking connected to the card reader
Aerial (125 kHz) for starting the engine connected to the card reader
Audible alarm (beeper)
Handles and locks
87C-7
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Hands-free RENAULT Card
OPERATION OF THE HANDS-FREE REMOTE
CONTROLS
87C
Unlocking the doors
The RENAULT hands-free card has three buttons:
● a locking button (A). This button allows the doors to
be locked and inhibits the hands-free function,
● an unlocking button (B). This button allows the doors
to be unlocked and inhibits the hands-free function,
● A button (C) that can switch on the lights when the
engine has stopped (refer to Section 80A Battery).
Approach the vehicle so that the RENAULT card
enters the zone of communication with the UCH.
Place your hand behind one of the door handles or
open the luggage compartment.
The presence sensors located in the door handle
trigger the vehicle's hands-free interrogation signal via
the roof aerial (125 kHz).
If the card is recognised by the card reader (433 MHz),
the vehicle unlocks. This is indicated by the hazard
warning lights flashing.
NOTE:
The flashing of the hazard warning lights when the
remote control is used is controlled by the UCH.
Door locking
Move away from the vehicle with the door closed so
that the RENAULT card leaves the zone of
communication with the UCH and roof aerial.
The doors lock automatically.
Door locking is indicated by the hazard warning lights
flashing twice, the side mounted indicators lighting up
continuously (for about ten seconds) and a bleep.
Operation in manual mode
The bleep may be selected from a choice of several or
suppressed.
It is possible to exit hands-free mode by pressing
button (A) or (B). In this case, operation is then
identical to that of the standard remote control unit. To
return to hands-free mode, switch on the ignition by
inserting the RENAULT card in the reader.
NOTE:
The presence sensors in the door handles work for
72 hours. After this time, it is necessary to open the
handle.
Refer to the Bodywork Section for removal of the
handle.
For information on opening and handle sensor track
allocations, refer to Section 84 Control - Indicators.
87C-8
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Hands-free RENAULT Card
87C
Vehicle locked for less
than 72 hours.
Vehicle locked for more
than 72 hours.
Hand detected by
presence sensor
(handle).
Exterior handle
movement detected.
The vehicle emits a signal via the
starter aerial.
When it receives the signal, the
RENAULT card emits a signal.
The RENAULT card signal is not
recognised by the UCH, the vehicle
remains locked.
The RENAULT card signal is
recognised by the UCH.
The doors are unlocked. The
direction indicators flash once.
When the engine is stopped, the
card disappears from the opening
zone
If all the doors and the boot are
closed, the doors are locked. The
direction indicators flash twice. The
side mounted indicators light for
about ten seconds.
After a 5 minute delay, the fuel filler
flap is locked.
87C-9
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Door handle sensors
87C
To allow operation of the hands-free RENAULT card,
each of the door handles is fitted with a presence
sensor. This sensor detects the presence of the
driver's hand and initiates the hands-free query.
The presence sensor, located on the back of the
handle, is accompanied by a reflector and a handle
movement switch.
After a long period of inactivity, the door handle sensor
is relayed by a door handle movement sensor.
NOTE:
Refer to the Bodywork section for removal of the
handle. For information on opening and handle sensor
track allocations, refer to Section 84 Control Indicators.
The sensor is replaced by a switch for opening the
luggage compartment.
87C-10
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Side repeaters
87C
The direction indicators and side repeaters are controlled by the UCH to confirm unlocking and locking of the doors.
Press on the RENAULT
Card
Effect on the
locks
Operation of the
direction
indicators
Operation of the
side repeaters
Operation of the
audible alarm
1 short press
locking of the
doors and
luggage
compartment
2 flashes
2 flashes
-
2 short presses
deadlocking of
the doors and
luggage
compartment
rapid flashing
rapid flashing
-
1 long press****
closing of the
windows and
sunroof*
2 flashes
rapid flashing
-
hands-free
mode
locking of the
doors and
luggage
compartment
2 flashes
lit continuously for
about
10 seconds
1 signal
(configurable)
1 short press
unlocking of the
doors and
luggage
compartment or
the driver's
door**
1 flash
1 flash
-
2 short presses
unlocking of the
doors and
luggage
compartment***
1 flash
1 flash
-
hands-free
mode
unlocking of the
doors and
luggage
compartment or
the driver's
door**
1 flash
1 flash
-
Closing
Opening
*
for this function, the vehicle must be fitted with a one-touch electric window control and anti-pinch electric
sunroof.
**
Some right-hand drive vehicles may be fitted with driver's door unlocking only. This function allows
unlocking the driver's door only by a short press on the RENAULT card.
***
Unlocking of the doors and luggage compartment for vehicles fitted with driver's door only unlocking.
****
On certain right-hand drive versions, this function is preceded by deadlocking.
Defect mode operation
When the lock command is given:
– none of the doors, nor the tailgate, will lock if the driver's door is open,
– an open luggage compartment or an open door inhibit the operation of the direction indicators and side repeaters
and prevents hands-free unlocking.
87C-11
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Hands-free aerial
To operate in hands-free mode, vehicles are fitted with
two specially placed aerials:
●
in the roof for detection close to the front doors (this
aerial does not affect the immobiliser),
NOTE:
The roof aerial is sold with the roof lining. It will be
necessary to recover the electrical wiring from the old
roof and to reattach it, maintaining its position and
connection (see Section 88A Wiring).
87C
This is called the starting aerial and emits signals to
the RENAULT card. The reply from the card is
received by the RENAULT card reader.
To remove it, it will be necessary to remove:
● the central console,
● the seats,
● the rear seat rails,
● the B-pillar linings,
● the carpet (refer to the Bodywork section).
The starting aerial is connected to the RENAULT card
reader via a connector (A).
●
under the carpet, close to the central console,
clipped along the central heating duct.
87C-12
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: RENAULT Card reader
87C
NOTE:
The standard RENAULT card is locked in the reader
as soon as the UCH has received the engine running
signal from the injection computer. It is released when
the engine is stopped.
The RENAULT card reader also functions as:
– a radio receiver for locking and unlocking the doors,
– a transponder aerial for the engine immobiliser
function and detection of the RENAULT card (see
Section 82A Engine immobiliser),
– a RENAULT card non-detection warning light,
– interior lighting.
The hands-free and standard readers are different
and not interchangeable.
87C-13
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Diagram
87C-14
87C
Edition 2
OPENING ELEMENT CONTROL
Keyless vehicle: Diagram
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
87C
Injection computer
ABS computer
Airbag computer
Alternator
Electric steering column lock
Access card reader
Access detector aerial (roof aerial) for the hands-free function
Starter detector aerial for the hands-free function
Presence sensors for the hands-free function
Door locking button
Instrument panel
Audible alarm for the hands-free function
Relay/fuse box
Start button
Door locking motor
Front and rear indicators
Side mounted indicators
UCH
87C-15
Edition 2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS/SUNROOF
187D
Electric sunroof blind
GENERAL INFORMATION
REMOVING THE MOTOR
The sunroof blind has three opening positions (A). It
also has the anti-pinch function.
Disconnect the battery.
87D
Remove the lining from the sunroof (see Bodywork
Section).
IMPORTANT:
The anti-pinch mode is only operational if the electric
roof blind is correctly initialised (see Initialisation
Section).
Disconnect the motor connector.
Remove the mounting bolts (C).
NOTE:
It is possible to make the blind and sunroof open at the
same time, by pressing the control button (B).
SPECIAL NOTES FOR REFITTING
After the motor has been refitted, the system must be
initialised (refer to the Initialisation Section).
87D-1
Edition 2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS/SUNROOF
Electric sunroof blind
ALLOCATION OF THE CONTROL CONNECTOR
ALLOCATION OF MOTOR CONNECTOR
Track
Description
1
Control signal
5
+ Before ignition
9
Earth
87D
Switch
position
0Ω
∞
0Ω
0Ω
Slide position 1
∞
∞
0Ω
0Ω
Slide position 2
∞
∞
0Ω
∞
Slide position 3
∞
∞
∞
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
Closed
NOTE:
The signal that controls the roof blind motor transfers
via the sunroof motor, as well as the operating
authorisation given by the UCH (if the sunroof motor
does not receive this authorisation, the blind will not be
able to operate).
Tracks Tracks Tracks Tracks
1 and 6 1 and 5 1 and 3 1 and 2
Pressed
∞ = Infinite resistance
NOTE:
If the sunroof motor is faulty, the roof blind will not
work.
87D-2
Edition 2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS/SUNROOF
Electric sunroof
87D
NOTE:
In the event of a motor fault, it is possible to close the
sunroof manually.
GENERAL INFORMATION
The electric sunroof is a sliding sunroof with six
positions.
Remove the interior lights control (B).
It has an anti-pinch function that is adjusted according
to the vehicle speed.
OPERATION
To operate, the sunroof motor must receive
authorisation from the UCH:
● 0 V signal: movement authorisation (opening and
closing with the command),
● + 12 V signal: no sunroof opening,
● cyclic ratio signal: electric sunroof closes
automatically.
Automatic sunroof closing can be controlled remotely
by pressing and holding (about 2 seconds) the lock
button on the RENAULT card. This function only
applies to vehicles fitted with anti-pinch electric
windows. It is also essential that the windows and
sunroof are correctly initialised. Then a signal (cyclic
ratio) is sent by the UCH to the sunroof motor, if it is
correctly configured.
If the sunroof has been closed remotely, it may be
returned to its initial position before closing by a press
on the control button (A).
Turn bolt (C), using an Allen key.
IMPORTANT:
The anti-pinch mode only works if the electric sunroof
is correctly initialised (refer to the Initialisation
Section) and the UCH configured.
NOTE:
If the roof blind motor is faulty, the sunroof will not
work.
87D-3
Edition 2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS/SUNROOF
Electric sunroof
87D
ENGINE
REFITTING
REMOVAL
After the motor has been refitted, the system must be
initialised (refer to the Initialisation Section).
Disconnect the battery.
Remove the headlining (refer to the Bodywork
Section).
Disconnect the sunroof motor connector.
Remove mounting bolts (D).
87D-4
Edition 2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS/SUNROOF
Electric sunroof
ALLOCATION OF MOTOR CONNECTOR
Track
ALLOCATION OF THE CONTROL CONNECTOR
Description
1
Switch connector (track 1)
2
Earth
3
Vehicle speed signal
4
+ Before ignition
5
Authorisation from the UCH
6
Roof blind control output
7
Not used
8
Not used
9
Switch connector (track 3)
10
Switch connector (track 2)
11
Switch connector (track 6)
12
Switch connector (track 5)
87D
Switch
position
Tracks Tracks Tracks Tracks
1 and 6 1 and 5 1 and 3 1 and 2
Closed
0Ω
∞
0Ω
0Ω
Slide position 1
0Ω
∞
0Ω
∞
Slide position 2
0Ω
∞
∞
∞
Slide position 3
0Ω
∞
∞
0Ω
Slide position 4
0Ω
0Ω
∞
0Ω
Slide position 5
0Ω
0Ω
∞
∞
Slide position 6
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
∞
Pressed
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
0Ω
∞ = Infinite resistance
87D-5
Edition 2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS/SUNROOF
Electric sunroof
87D
ANTI-PINCH
INITIALISATION PROCEDURE
Obstacle detection is based on analysis of the motor's
speed rotation. An encounter with an obstacle is
shown by a significant variation in motor speed.
In the event of battery disconnection, an electrical fault
or servicing of the sunroof/roof blind, the system will
only operate in manual mode, in short jerky
movements.
Two Hall effect sensors incorporated into the motor
generate periodic signals. The speed can thus be
determined over half a revolution.
To perform initialisation:
●
start the engine to avoid a drop in voltage,
●
set the control to the roof blind closed position,
●
press and hold it. After 3 seconds, the sunroof
closes; continue to hold the control until the roof blind
is also initialised. (stepper movement without antipinch for the sunroof and continuous movement for
the sunblind,
IMPORTANT:
Anti-pinch mode is only active if the system is correctly
initialised.
●
release the control,
●
press the control again within 3 seconds,
NOTE:
The anti-pinch function can be disabled in order to
overcome a point of stiffness (bent rail, foreign body in
the runners). To do this, press and hold until the
sunroof is closed in step-by-step mode. When the
command is released, the anti-pinch mode becomes
active again.
●
hold the control, the sunroof and roof blind open then
close in slide position, the motors are initialised,
●
position the control on stop.
During the initialisation phase, a speed curve is stored
by the computer integrated into the motor.
For the anti-pinch function, the computer compares
the actual speed of movement with the stored speed.
Depending on the speed variation detected, the
system triggers anti-pinch mode.
87D-6
NOTE:
During the initialisation procedure, the time between
the two actions must not exceed 3 seconds, or the
electronics will start a new initialisation cycle.
Edition 2
PARKING PROXIMITY
287F SENSOR
Parking proximity sensor: Operation
87F
GENERAL INFORMATION
Certain vehicles are fitted with a parking proximity
sensor to inform the driver of any obstacles behind the
vehicle during reversing (posts, pillars, another
vehicle, etc).
OPERATION
The system consists of:
● four ultrasonic sensors incorporated into the rear
bumper,
● an independent computer (with a diagnostic
function),
● a buzzer,
● an inhibitor switch.
The system is activated automatically when reverse
gear is selected (this activation is indicated by a short
start-up tone). The ultrasonic sensors located in the
rear bumper measure the distance between the
vehicle and a potential obstacle.
The frequency of the acoustic signal varies with the
distance: it is activated when an obstacle is about
5 feet (150 cm) from the bumper, its pulse frequency
rising until a continuous tone is emitted when the
obstacle is about 10 inches (25 cm) from the bumper.
NOTE:
● to ensure correct operation of the system, check that
the ultrasonic sensors are clean,
● when the system detects an operating fault, a beep
sounds for approximately 5 seconds,
● sensor function can be intermittent in bad weather or
when a bicycle carrier is fitted.
1
2
3
Sensors
Computers
Audible alarm (beeper)
87F-1
Edition 2
PARKING PROXIMITY SENSOR
Inhibition switch
87F
CONNECTION
The system is fitted with a switch (A) to inhibit the
function:
– with a short press, the function is inhibited until the
ignition is switched off,
– with a long press, the function is inhibited
permanently.
Track
NOTE:
Any inhibitions made can be displayed with the
diagnostic tool.
Description
A1
+ Lighting
A2
Earth
A3
Not used
B1
Control output (computer connection
track (4))
B2
Diode feed
B3
Earth
Multimeter checks
Track
Description
Value
B1 and A2
Pressed
0Ω
B1 and A2
Released
α
α = Infinite resistance
NOTE:
The resistance of the lighting bulb is approximately
30 Ω between tracks A1 and A2.
87F-2
Edition 2
PARKING PROXIMITY SENSOR
Computer
87F
COMPUTER
REFITTING
The proximity sensor computer is located behind the
inner trim of the right rear wheel arch.
There are no special instructions for refitting.
The computer must be configured using the diagnostic
tools after it has been replaced.
REMOVAL
Using the NXR, Clip or Optima 5800 diagnostic tools:
Remove:
– the inspection flap on the inner trim of the right rear
wheel arch,
– the mounting bolts (A) and disconnect the
connectors (B).
– Select and confirm parking proximity sensor,
– Select and confirm the Control System
configuration menu,
CF005: Vehicle identification.
CF001: Brake volume.
● CF006: Buzzer tone.
●
●
– Check that the configuration is correct with the
Reading configuration menu.
87F-3
Edition 2
PARKING PROXIMITY SENSOR
Computer
CONNECTION
87F
CONNECTOR 3 (12-track)
Track
Description
2
Right-hand inner sensor signal
3
Left-hand inner sensor signal
4
Right-hand outer sensor signal
5
Left-hand outer sensor signal
8
Sensor earth
11
Sensor feed
The system can be inhibited with the diagnostic tool or
with the switch.
NOTE:
The vehicle speed signal is not used.
NOTE:
The connector (2) is not used.
CONNECTOR 1 (16 tracks)
Track
Description
1
+ After ignition
2
Audible alarm (beeper)
3
Not used
4
Inhibition switch
5
Inhibition switch
6
Reverse gear signal (UCH)
7
Not used
8
Earth
9
Not used
10
Audible alarm (beeper)
11
Vehicle speed signal
12
Diagnostic connection
13
Indicator light (switch)
14
Not used
15
Not used
16
Not used
87F-4
Edition 2
PARKING PROXIMITY SENSOR
Obstacle detected buzzer
REMOVAL
87F
The volume and tone frequency of the acoustic signal
can be changed or disabled using the diagnostic tools.
Remove the lining from the rear right quarter panel
(refer to the Bodywork 71A-H Section).
Using the NXR, Clip or Optima 5800 diagnostic tools:
Disconnect connector (A).
– Select and confirm Parking proximity sensor,
Remove the plastic mounting rivets (1).
– Select and confirm the Command menu, CF001:
Buzzer volume and select the line MEDIUM LOUD.
– Select and confirm CF006: Buzzer tone and select
the 800 Hz line.
– Check that the configuration is correct with the
Reading configuration menu.
REFITTING
Refitting the acoustic signal buzzer does not pose any
special problems.
Replace the plastic rivets with traditional rivets.
87F-5
Edition 2
PARKING PROXIMITY SENSOR
Ultrasonic sensors
87F
ULTRASONIC SENSORS
Unclip the sensor, taking care not to scratch it.
The sensors are all identical.
They are integrated into the bumper strip.
NOTE:
Each sensor is retained inside a housing comprising
two side clips and a locating pin.
IMPORTANT:
The sensors are fragile.
REFITTING
The outer metal part of the sensor cannot withstand
tool impact.
Position the pinion (C) opposite its housing and insert
the sensor until the clips are in place.
REMOVAL
The rear bumper must be removed to remove the
sensors (Bodywork 55A-B section).
Disconnect connector (A).
IMPORTANT:
The sensors are sensitive to heat (temperatures
greater than 80°°C).
87F-6
Edition 2
WIRING
188A
Diagnostic socket
88A
CONNECTION
Track
Description
1
+ After ignition
2
Not used
3
Not used
4
Earth
5
Earth
6
Multiplex connection (CAN H)
7
Fault finding K signal
8
Not used
9
Not used
10
Not used
11
Not used
12
Not used
13
Not used
14
Multiplex connection (CAN L)
15
Not used
16
+ Battery
88A-1
Edition 2
WIRING
188A
Automatic seat connector
AUTOMATIC SEAT CONNECTOR
88A
CONNECTION (fullest version)
Track
IMPORTANT:
When removing a seat take care not to unhook the
connector, so as not to create static electricity which
could trigger the airbag.
88A-2
Description
1
Electric seat supply (+ accessories)
2
Seat belt warning light
3
Power supply to heated seat
4
Under seat lighting supply
5
Earth
6
Not used
7
Side airbag
8
Seat belt buckle pretensioner
9
Seat position sensor (driver)
10
Memory signal (driver)
11
Seat with position memory power
supply (driver)
12
Not used
13
Earth
14
Lap belt pretensioner
15
Seat with position memory power
supply (driver)
16
Heated seat warning light
17
Power supply to electric seat
18
Not used
19
Not used
20
Not used
21
Side airbag
22
Buckle pretensioner
23
Driver's seat position sensor earth
24
Driver's memory signal to door mirrors
25
Not used
26
Under seat lighting earth
27
Not used
28
Lap belt pretensioner
Edition 2
WIRING
Head lining wiring harness
The headlining is not glued to the vehicle. It is held in
place by the opening element seals, the sun visor and
the grab handles (use tool Car. 1597).
88A
REFITTING
When refitting the harness on the headlining, it is
essential to observe the location of the connectors with
respect to the edge of the headlining.
REMOVAL
When replacing the wiring harness, it is necessary to
remove the headlining, refer to Section 71A
Bodywork.
The harness is glued to the headlining. To remove it,
heat the glue using a hot air gun, then cut the glue
bead taking care not to damage the harness.
Special features of the hands-free aerial
The hands-free aerial is carefully glued to the
headlining. It cannot be replaced on its own.
To replace it, it will necessary to replace the headlining.
88A-3
Edition 2
MULTIPLEXING
288B
Description
88B
DESCRIPTION
●
Vehicle computers are becoming increasingly
powerful, and can perform increasingly complex
calculations. To perform these calculations, they need
to acquire information from sensors or from other
computers.
The message sent on the multiplex network is called a
frame. It consists of a series of logical levels
organized into 5 fields.
An arbitration field indicating the addressee(s)
and the frame's priority of access to the network.
A control field.
A field containing the message data.
A control field contributing to the security of the
transmission.
An acknowledgement field indicating that the
frame has been correctly sent over the network.
The multiplex network allows the computers to:
– exchange signals through a two-wire connection
common to all the computers known as the: BUS,
– reduce the number of cables and connectors.
If the computers are to communicate between each
other using the multiplex network, they must speak the
same language (protocol). RENAULT has chosen the
CAN protocol.
●
The CAN protocol
The bus consists of a twisted pair of noninterchangeable wires, called CAN H and CAN L.
The information is transmitted in the form of long-tail
pair square wave signals, which gives greater
protection against electromagnetic interference and
limits radiation. The voltages of the signals transmitted
on the bus are strictly differentiated: between 2.5 and
3.5 V for the CAN H line and between 1.5 and 2.5 V
for the CAN L line.
The CAN frame
SPECIAL CASES
– If several computers attempt to send a frame at the
same time, the frame with the highest arbitrage field
value will have priority. The other transmissions (with
lower priority) will be sent as soon as the most
important frame has been sent. Each computer is
able to send and receive.
– If a message is incorrect or incorrectly received by a
computer, the acknowledgement field will not be
validated and the whole message will be rejected.
– The airbag and ABS computers comprise the
topology of the multiplex network. It is essential to
check it during the first multiplex network test when it
is first installed. Refer to the Fault finding section.
At each end of the multiplex connections are
impedance matches of 120 Ω:
– ≈ 120 Ω on the CAN UCH line, UCH side
(disconnected from the network),
– injection computer side≈ 120 Ω on the computer
CAN line (disconnected from the network).
See the Repairing the multiplex network section for
measuring the line impedance and performing a
multiplex network test.
88B-1
Edition 2
MULTIPLEXING
Description
●
Repair of the multiplex network
●
The multiplex network is connected to each of the
computers by means of cable joints in the harness.
The different multiplex connections on the
vehicles
Depending on the level of equipment, several
multiplex networks may be present on the vehicles:
The fault finding procedure for these lines consists of
verifying:
– continuity line by line,
– insulation against earth and voltage,
– line impedance:
≈ 60 Ω between CAN H and CAN L (battery
disconnected between terminals 6 and 14 of the
diagnostic socket),
≈ 120 Ω on the CAN UCH line, UCH side
(disconnected from the network),
≈ 120 Ω on the engine Electronic Central Unit CAN
line, on the computer side (disconnected from the
network),
– the frames can be displayed using an oscilloscope,
– the remaining fault finding procedures can only be
performed with the diagnostic tools (actuator test,
measurement of parameters, etc.).
●
88B
The vehicle multiplex network or intersystems
– Injection
– Automatic transmission (depending on version)
– Anti-lock Braking System
– UCH
– Electric steering column lock
– Airbag
– Air conditioning
– Instrument panel
– Central Communications Unit
– Voice synthesiser
– Tyre pressure monitoring system
– Remote-controlled speed regulator
– Electric window (driving position memory)
The private multiplex network (connecting the antilock braking system computer and the steering
wheel angle sensor).
Fault finding
The multiplex network for the navigation system.
Multiplex computers fitted with a diagnostic connection
incorporate a multiplex network fault finding
procedure.
The multiplex network linked to the driver's seat
position memory option.
Each computer permanently monitors its capacity to
transmit and the regular arrival of messages from
other computers. Any fault detected results in one or
more present or stored faults on the multiplex network.
These faults are grouped in a frame dedicated to the
multiplex network fault finding procedure, using a
format common to all the computers.
After-Sales, these faults can be displayed on fault
finding tools in order to identify the faulty intercomputer connection(s) and to locate and ascertain
the nature of the fault.
Each time a diagnostic tool is connected to a vehicle, a
Multiplex Network Test is performed by the tool.
88B-2
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
388C
General information
88C
These vehicles are fitted with a passive safety system
of the PRS (Renault Protection System) type,
comprising:
– front buckle pretensioners (driver and passenger)
and lap-belt pretensioner (driver and passenger),
– seat belts in the front (400 daN) and rear (600 daN),
– dual generator front airbags (two volumes) (driver (1)
and passenger (2)),
– a computer (5) (75-track) and two impact sensors (4),
– chest side airbags in the lower section of the
seatback of the front seats,
– side curtain airbags (6),
– chest side airbags (7) in the rear seats (depending on
the version),
– a driver's seat position sensor,
– a system fault warning light,
– a passenger front airbag inhibitor switch,
– an Airbag OFF inhibition confirmation indicator.
NOTE:
Some connectors are fitted with a new generation
locking system. It is essential to unclip the lock before
removing the connector and ensure it is correctly
positioned after fitting. An unlocked connector will
prevent supply to the igniter line.
88C-1
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
General information
88C
OPERATION
During a front impact of sufficient severity:
The front pretensioners tighten the seat belts so that they flatten against the body.
The programmed restraint system limits the force of the seat belt against the body.
● The front airbags inflate:
– from the centre of the steering wheel to protect the driver's head,
– from the dashboard to protect the front passenger's head.
●
●
NOTE:
The inflation volume of the driver’s airbag may be modified by the computer according to:
– the position of the driver's seat (see the Under-seat switch section),
– the severity of the impact.
During a side impact of sufficient severity:
The front side chest airbag, located in the corresponding front seat (impact side) deploys on the door side in order
to protect the front seat occupant’s chest.
● Depending on the version, the rear side chest airbag, located on the rear door (impact side) deploys on the door
side in order to protect the rear passenger’s chest.
● The curtain airbag (impact side) deploys on the door side to protect the front and rear passengers’ heads.
●
WARNING:
When triggered, the pyrotechnic gas generator produces an explosion and light smoke.
NOTE:
Power supply to the computer and ignition modules is usually provided by the vehicle battery. Nevertheless, a power
reserve capacity is incorporated into the airbag computer in case of battery failure on impact.
88C-2
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
General information
88C
REPLACING SAFETY COMPONENTS FOLLOWING IMPACT
This table concerns the parts to be replaced in the event of an impact.
Reminder of the levels of impact severity:
● impact without the pyrotechnic components being triggered (low severity) → "level 0"
● impact with triggering of the buckle pretensioners (medium severity) → "level 1"
● impact with triggering of the lap belt pretensioners and airbags (high and very high severity) → "level 2"
Frontal impact
Component
Buckle pretensioners
(driver and passenger)
Equipment
1st
level
2 nd
level
Standard
no
X
Lap belt pretensioner
(driver and passenger *)
Standard
Rear pyrotechnic inertia
reel
No
Side impact
X
X
-
COMPULSORY
replacement for the
safety of occupants
– the seatbelt (if it was
fastened),
– the seat frame if
occupied,
– the airbag computer
no
-
-
-
Driver's front airbag
Standard
Passenger front airbag *
Standard
Front chest airbags *
Standard
no
yes (impact
side)
Curtain airbags (long or
short)
Standard
no
yes (impact
side)
-
Rear chest airbags (in the
rear door)
Optional
no
yes (impact
side)
-
X
X
no
– the steering wheel
– the mounting bolt
no
– the dashboard (partial
replacement)
– the seat frame
– the airbag computer
* unless inhibited by switch
88C-3
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Precautions during repair
88C
WARNING
All operations on airbag and pretensioner systems
must be carried out by qualified trained personnel.
– The computers and impact sensors contain sensitive
components, do not drop them.
WARNING:
The pyrotechnic systems (airbags and pretensioners)
must not be handled near to a heat source or flame;
they may be triggered.
– Do not put covers on the front seats (except for
Renault products).
– Do not place objects in the airbag deployment area.
The airbags have a pyrotechnic gas generator with an
ignition module and airbag which must not be
separated.
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
– When working under the vehicle (on the bodywork,
sill panel etc.), it is vital that you lock the airbag
computer using a diagnostic tool and switch off the
ignition.
– For special notes on trimming and retrimming the
seat trims, it is essential to read the Bodywork
section.
When the airbag or pretensioner is triggered, the
airbag computer is permanently locked and lights up
the airbag warning light on the instrument panel. The
airbag computer must be replaced (some components
lose their settings after being subjected to the energy
created by ignition).
After refitting all the parts, perform a fault finding test
using the diagnostic tool.
IMPORTANT:
It is essential that the pyrotechnic systems
(pretensioners and front airbags) are checked using
the diagnostic tools:
– following an accident which did not trigger the
devices,
– following theft or attempted theft of the vehicle,
– before selling a used vehicle.
After an impact:
– if the buckle pretensioner was triggered, the seat
frame must be replaced and also the seat belt if it
was being worn,
– if the driver's front airbag was triggered, the steering
wheel and its mounting bolt must be replaced,
– if the passenger front airbag was triggered, the
dashboard must be replaced partially,
– if a side seat airbag is triggered, the seat frame must
be replaced,
– check that the inhibitor switch and seat position
sensor are working properly.
If everything is correct, unlock the computer, if not,
refer to the fault finding document.
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping a pyrotechnic system that has not been
triggered.
Any operation, even minor, is forbidden on the
triggering lines of the pyrotechnic components.
88C-4
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer locking procedure
Before removing the computer or before any operation
on the airbag and pretensioner systems, it is vital that
you lock the computer using the diagnostic tools:
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Select the Renault vehicle fault finding menu.
Select and confirm the vehicle type.
Carry out the multiplex network test.
Select and confirm the Airbag system to be
checked.
Select the Command menu.
Select and confirm the Parameters (NXR) or
Actuators (Clip) function.
Confirm the VP006 Computer locking line.
In the State menu, check that the unit is locked.
The ET073 Computer locked with tool state
must be active and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel must be on (new computers are
delivered in this state).
NOTE:
To unlock the airbag computer, use the same method,
by confirming the VP007 Computer unlocking line.
88C
WARNING LIGHT ON THE INSTRUMENT PANEL
This warning light verifies correct operation of:
● front pretensioners,
● front airbags,
● front chest airbags,
● side curtain airbags,
● rear chest airbags (depending on the version),
● battery (checks the supply voltage).
● inhibitor system using a key.
It should light up for a few seconds when the ignition is
switched on, then go out (and remain out).
A system fault is indicated by:
– the warning light not lighting up when the ignition is
switched on,
– the warning light being lit continuously when the
vehicle is driven, or at a standstill.
Refer to the Fault finding document.
NOTE:
Under certain starting conditions, the warning light may
come on briefly and then go out.
The ET073 Computer locked with tool state should
not be active and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel should switch off.
NOTE:
In the event of incorrect operation of these systems
during an impact, it is possible to verify that no fault was
present before the impact using the diagnostic tools.
After locking following an impact, it is possible to check
the supplied trigger lines with the Impact context
reading command on the diagnostic tool.
88C-5
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer
REMOVAL
88C
Remove mounting bolts (A).
Unclip the gear lever.
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
Release the console towards the rear of the vehicle.
Unclip the money tray.
Unclip the front door pillar lining (passenger side).
Release the carpet (passenger side) and place it driver
side.
Unclip the card reader mounting.
88C-6
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer
88C
Raise air duct (E) slightly to release the computer.
Remove:
– mounting bolts (B) from each side of the console,
– bolts (C) to release flap (D),
REFITTING
– the three airbag computer mounting nuts.
Fit the computer in the direction shown by the arrow.
Put the computer in place and then torque tighten the
mountings to 0.8 daNm before reconnecting the
connector.
Disconnect the airbag computer, then check that there
are no faults.
88C-7
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer
CONNECTION
Yellow 75-track connector
Track
Description
1
2
3
4 to 25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
Not used
+ Buckle pretensioner: driver
- Buckle pretensioner: passenger
Not used
- Buckle pretensioner: driver
Not used
- Lap-belt pretensioner: driver
+ Passenger lap belt pretensioner
+ after ignition
Earth
Not used
Not used
Diagnostic line K
- Airbag: driver, small volume
+ Airbag: driver, large volume
- Airbag: passenger, small volume
+ Airbag: passenger, large volume
Passenger airbags inhibitor key
Not used
- Airbag: front chest, driver
+ Airbag: front chest, passenger
- Driver's curtain airbag (short)
+ Passenger curtain airbag (short)
+ Sensor: side, driver
+ Sensor: side, passenger
- Driver's curtain airbag (long)
+ Passenger curtain airbag (long)
- Airbag: side, rear chest, driver's side
+ Airbag: side, rear chest, passenger's
side
+ Buckle pretensioner: passenger
Not used
+ Pretensioner: lap-belt, driver
- Passenger lap belt pretensioner
Not used
Driver's seat position sensor
Not used
Multiplex connection (H)
Multiplex connection (L)
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
88C
Track
Description
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
+ Airbag: driver, small volume
- Airbag: driver, large volume
+ Airbag: passenger, small volume
- Airbag: passenger, large volume
Passenger airbags inhibitor key
Not used
+ Airbag: front chest, driver
- Airbag: front chest, passenger
+ Driver's curtain airbag (short)
- Passenger curtain airbag (short)
- Sensor: side, driver
- Sensor: side, passenger
+ Driver's curtain airbag (long)
- Passenger curtain airbag (long)
+ Airbag: side, rear chest, driver's side
- Airbag: side, rear chest, passenger's
side
NOTE:
A special feature of the computer and ignition module
connectors is that they short circuit the various ignition
lines if they are disconnected. Shunts located opposite
each pretensioner line or airbag line prevent incorrect
triggering of these systems (by aerial effect for
example).
88C-8
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer
CONFIGURING THE COMPUTERS
New computers identified as ACU3 by the diagnostic
tools (except XR25) are supplied with pretensioners/
rear seat belt retractors and side airbags already
configured and with no inhibition system.
If these configurations have not been performed, the
airbag warning light will stay on.
With NXR diagnostic tools
1 Select the Renault vehicle fault finding menu.
2 Select and confirm the vehicle type.
3 Select and confirm the Airbag system.
4 Select the Command menu.
5 Select and confirm the Scenario then System
components configuration.
6 Check the present configurations.
7 Select the line to modify and confirm.
8 The tool displays the desired configuration.
9 Press the continue button. The tool displays the
desired configuration, then Are you sure you
want to perform the above configuration?
10 Press the yes button to activate the configuration.
11 Switch the ignition off and on again to validate the
configuration
12 Return to the System components
configuration menu to check the changes.
88C-9
88C
With CLIP diagnostic tools
1 Select the Renault vehicle fault finding menu.
2 Select and confirm the vehicle type.
3 Select and confirm the Airbag system.
4 Select the Command menu.
5 Select and confirm the Programming function.
6 Select the Ignition module configuration menu.
7 Check the configurations. Select Reverse, then
Configure to make the changes.
8 Press the yes button to activate the configuration.
9 Switch the ignition off and on again to validate the
configuration
10 Return to the Ignition module configuration
menu to check the changes.
11 Carry out the same procedure to configure the side
impact sensors in the Side sensor configuration
menu and for the impact information connection
in the System components configuration menu.
These vehicles are not fitted with ISOFIX or KEY
systems.
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Side impact sensors
88C
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
REMOVAL
They are located on each side behind the B-pillar
lining and the air duct (refer to the Bodywork section).
REFITTING
To refit it, position the sensor by means of its lug and
attach it to the vehicle before reconnecting its
connector (tightening torque: 0.8 daNm).
After connecting the computer connector, run a
systems check and then unlock the computer.
NOTE:
These sensors do not need to be programmed by the
diagnostic tool.
88C-10
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Seat position sensor
88C
UNDER-SEAT SWITCH
The driver's seat is fitted with a runner position sensor.
This switch adjusts the inflation of the driver’s front
airbag (high or low volume) according to the position of
the driver's seat.
NOTE:
The inflation volume of the driver’s airbag is not
modified by the seat position.
The resistance of the seat position sensor can be
checked using the diagnostic tools:
● Seat forward: sensor resistance = 400 Ω.
● Reclined seat: sensor resistance = 100 Ω.
88C-11
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Inhibitor switch
88C
REMOVAL
The inhibitor switch is located in the centre glove
compartment (1).
Lock the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool.
The switch has two positions:
● ON = passenger airbags operational (resistance =
400 Ω).
● OFF = the frontal airbag, the side chest airbag and
the lap belt pretensioner (passenger side) are
disabled to allow a child/baby seat to be fitted. This
position is indicated on the instrument panel by an
airbag OFF (amber) (resistance = 100 Ω).
Unclip the inhibitor switch.
REFITTING
After unlocking the computer, check that the switch
and the airbag OFF indicator light are both working.
NOTES:
● the front seat belt is set up to operate with a
passenger front airbag. Ensure that it is replaced with
a belt carrying the same part number,
● the position of the inhibitor switch is only taken into
account when the ignition is switched off if the
computer is configured correctly.
88C-12
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Front pretensioners
The vehicles are fitted with front seat belt
pretensioners:
● a buckle pretensioner (driver and passenger),
● a lap belt pretensioner (driver and passenger).
88C
Remove:
– the plastic cover,
– the pretensioner connector,
– the pretensioner assembly.
REMOVAL
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
Undo the seat belt by pressing the lock (1).
To unclip the connector, remove the mounting bolts
from the two buckle half-shells.
88C-13
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Front pretensioners
88C
REFITTING
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping a pretensioner that has not been
triggered.
REMINDER:
If the seat belt pretensioners are triggered, it is
essential to replace certain parts. Refer to the table
described in the General information section.
Follow the correct routing of the wiring and the wiring
mounting points under the seat.
The mounting screw (1) to a torque of 2.1 daNm.
After replacing faulty parts and reconnecting the
connectors, carry out a check using the diagnostic
tool.
If everything is correct, unlock the airbag computer.
88C-14
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Driver's front airbag
88C
The driver's airbag module is fitted with an inflatable
bag in two volumes (small or large volume).
Insert a screwdriver into the opening (1) behind the
steering wheel.
It inflates according to the severity of the impact or the
adjustment position of the driver's seat.
Raise (2) the airbag in order to slide it out.
Unclip the connector safety clips.
When triggered, the inflatable bag deploys by bursting
through the steering wheel cover.
REMOVAL
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
Disconnect the two generator power supply
connectors.
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping a pyrotechnic inertia reel that has not
been triggered.
IMPORTANT:
Whenever the steering wheel is removed, it is
essential to disconnect the airbag connectors (A)
and (B).
The airbag has a connector which short circuits if it
is disconnected to prevent accidental triggering.
88C-15
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Driver's front airbag
88C
REFITTING
REMINDER:
If the seat belt pretensioners are triggered, it is
essential to replace certain parts. Refer to the section
on Precautions for repair.
If the steering wheel is removed, the steering wheel
mounting bolt must be replaced (tightening torque of
4.4 daNm).
Position the two connectors and lock the safety clips,
Position the driver's front airbag module on the
steering wheel.
Slide it backwards in order to clip it in place.
IMPORTANT:
After refitting everything, carry out a check using the
diagnostic tool.
If everything is correct, unlock the airbag computer.
88C-16
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Passenger front airbag
88C
The passenger airbag module is fitted with a twovolume inflatable cushion. It is mounted in the
dashboard opposite the front passenger.
To remove the passenger airbag module it is
necessary to remove the dashboard. To do this, refer
to the method described in Section 83A.
In this assembly, the airbag is linked to the seat belt
located opposite it. The programmed restraint system
for the seat belt is calibrated specifically and in
addition to this type of airbag.
Remove:
– the connector (1),
– the mounting screws.
NOTE:
The passenger airbag is supplied with its wiring
harness (2) as a replacement part.
REMOVAL
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
88C-17
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping a pyrotechnic inertia reel that has not
been triggered.
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Passenger front airbag
88C
REFITTING
Igniter accessibility
REMINDER:
If the front passenger airbag is triggered, it is essential
to replace certain parts. Refer to the table in the
General information section.
It is possible to access the ignition module (at two
levels) or the intermediate connector (1) of the
passenger airbag module for fault finding through the
speaker grille (tweeter) located on the dashboard.
The module must be tightened to the correct torque
(0.8 daNm) before reconnecting the connectors.
Check the module using the diagnostic tool. If
everything is correct, unlock the airbag computer.
REMINDER:
The ignition module must be checked using the
diagnostic tool as described in the Fault finding
section.
88C-18
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Front (chest) side airbag
88C
The front side chest airbag is fixed to the lower
section of the seatback of each front seat on the door
side.
Disconnect the vehicle battery.
When it is deployed, the inflatable bag tears the
module cover and the foam and unfastens the trim.
Disconnect the airbag module and its earth wire (1)
after disconnecting its connector (mark the wiring
route and the mounting points).
NOTE:
The system is operational after the ignition is switched
on.
Remove the seat.
IMPORTANT:
If the system has not been triggered and it needs to be
refitted, do not open the airbag module. The airbag
cushion must be folded in a special way.
REMOVAL
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
Remove the attachment rivet then slide the airbag
module out.
WARNING:
To work on a seat fitted with an airbag, and in order to
ensure the correct deployment of the latter, it is
essential to follow the instructions described in the
Bodywork section (position, number and type of clips
to be used, etc.).
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping an airbag module that has not been
triggered.
88C-19
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Front (chest) side airbag
88C
Before removing the seat, visually check the condition
of the connectors on the seat base and the vehicle
body.
REFITTING
REMINDER:
If the front chest airbag is triggered, it is essential to
replace certain parts. Refer to the section on
Precautions for repair.
Position the airbag module on the frame.
Position the mounting rivet fitted to the module (special
rivet).
Ensure that the earth wire is correctly connected to the
airbag module.
Refit the wiring under the seat base as before and
respect the routing and the mounting points.
Reconnect the earth wire (1) and check that the
connector is locked (2).
Refit the seat and conform to the tightening torques
(tightening torque: 4.4 daNm).
Refit the seat on the vehicle. Refer to the method
described in the Bodywork section.
Perform a test using the diagnostic tool.
If everything is correct, unlock the airbag computer.
Otherwise see the Fault finding section.
WARNING:
If these instructions are not followed the system
may not operate normally and could even be
triggered accidentally.
Reattach the trim, following the instructions given in
the Bodywork section (types of clip, their location,
etc.).
Check the automatic seat connector (connection with
vehicle wiring).
88C-20
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Rear chest side airbag
The rear side chest airbag is mounted behind the
rear door trim.
88C
Remove the airbag module.
The airbag detaches the door lining when it deploys.
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping a pyrotechnic inertia reel that has not
been triggered.
REMOVAL
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool. When
this function is activated all the triggering lines are
inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
Remove the door linings (refer to the Bodywork
section).
REFITTING
Attach the airbag module (tightening torque:
0.4 daNm).
Check that the earth wire is correctly reconnected to
the airbag module by following the wiring route and the
mounting points.
Connect the earth wire.
Release the airbag module wiring and its earth wire
after disconnecting its connector.
Check that the connector is locked correctly.
Perform a test using the diagnostic tool.
If everything is correct, unlock the computer.
Otherwise see the Fault finding section.
88C-21
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Curtain side airbag
Vehicles may be fitted with two types of curtain airbag:
● a curtain airbag with ignition module for short
wheelbase vehicles,
88C
The curtain airbag detaches the headlining when it
deploys.
The generators may be accessed by removing the rear
quarter panel trims.
●
a curtain airbag with two ignition modules for long
wheelbase vehicles.
88C-22
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Curtain side airbag
REMOVAL
IMPORTANT:
Before removing a safety system component, lock
the airbag computer using a diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated all the triggering lines
are inhibited and the airbag warning light on the
instrument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).
88C
To unclip the curtain airbag module:
● lower (1) the airbag to release clip (A) from lock (B),
● pull (2) on clip (A),
It is necessary to remove the headlining and the rear
quarter panel trim to remove the airbag module (refer
to the Bodywork section).
The grab handles are removed using tool Car. 1597.
●
lift (3) the assembly,
Disconnect the connector and earth wire of each
ignition module.
NOTE:
The double clips are removed with the same
movement.
88C-23
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Curtain side airbag
88C
REFITTING
IMPORTANT:
Refer to the Destruction procedure section when
scrapping a pyrotechnic component that has not
been triggered.
Fit the ignition module and position the mounting bolts.
Position attaching clip (1).
Fit the clips.
Tighten the mounting bolts to a torque of 0.8 daNm.
Reconnect the connector and the earth wire
(depending on version) of each ignition module.
Check the module using the diagnostic tool. If
everything is correct, unlock the airbag computer.
Refit the rear quarter panel trims and the headlining
(refer to the Bodywork section).
88C-24
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Destruction procedure
WARNING:
This does not apply if local legislation requires a
specific procedure validated and circulated by
the Procedures, Fault Finding and Repair
service.
In order to avoid any risk of an accident, the
pyrotechnic gas generators must be triggered before
the vehicle is scrapped or the part is scrapped.
88C
PRETENSIONERS AND PYROTECHNIC
RETRACTORS
Destruction of part fitted to the vehicle:
Move the vehicle outside the workshop.
Connect the destruction tool Elé. 1287 to the
pretensioner after removing the seat runner cover.
Unwind all the tool wiring so that it is far enough away
from the vehicle (approx. 10 metres) during triggering.
Tool Elé. 1287 and cables Elé. 1287-01 and
Elé. 1287-02 must be used.
Connect the two supply wires on the tool to a battery.
After checking that there is no-one nearby, destroy the
pretensioner by pressing the two buttons on the tool at
the same time.
Destruction of part removed from the vehicle:
Proceed in the same way as for the front airbag, in a
stack of old tyres.
IMPORTANT:
Do not reuse the pyrotechnic components as
replacement parts. The pretensioners or airbags on
a vehicle which is to be scrapped must be destroyed.
REMINDER:
Each part is intended for a specific type of vehicle
and should not be fitted onto another vehicle under
any circumstances.
The parts are not interchangeable.
WARNING:
Do not trigger pretensioners which are to be
returned under warranty because of a problem with
the seat belt catch. This makes it impossible for the
supplier to analyse the part.
Return the part in the packaging of the new part.
88C-25
Edition 2
AIRBAGS AND PRETENSIONERS
Destruction procedure
FRONT AIRBAG or CHEST AIRBAG (front or rear)
or SIDE CURTAIN AIRBAG
These parts can only be destroyed outside the
workshop, once they have been removed from the
vehicle.
88C
Unwind all the tool wiring so that it is far enough away
from the unit (approx. 10 metres) during triggering and
connect it to the airbag module.
Connect the two supply wires on tool Elé. 1287 to a
battery.
Connect the corresponding wiring harness Elé. 1287.
Fit the airbag module on the two wooden shims.
After checking that there is no-one nearby, destroy the
airbag by pressing the two buttons on the tool
simultaneously.
NOTE:
If triggering is impossible (ignition module fault), return
the faulty part in the packaging of the new part to the
Techline.
Destruction is carried out in a stack of old tyres.
Make sure that deployment of the inflatable cushion
will not be hindered.
88C-26
Edition 2
DRIVER'S POSITION
188D
Driver's seat position memory
GENERAL INFORMATION
This system consists of a driver's seat and door
mirrors with storable positions. The passenger seat is
electrically controlled but has no position memory.
The driver has two options:
● upon request, position the driver's seat and the door
mirrors. This is called manual mode,
● to set or recall the position of the driver's seat and
door mirrors in one operation. This is called
automatic mode.
Three computers constantly control the position of the
adjustable components, analyse the requests of the
driver and operate the motors of:
– the driver's seat (computer located underneath the
driver's seat),
– the door mirrors (computer integrated into the motor
of each multiplex one touch electric window).
88D
The seat includes three electric motors. These motors
are supplied when the following stored information is
recalled:
– seat height adjustment,
– longitudinal adjustment,
– seatback incline,
This system does not support fault finding with
diagnostic tools.
REMINDER
To store the driving position, it is necessary to adjust +
workbench accessories, the four seat shafts and the
two door mirror shafts with the manual keyboard. Then
press the store button (long press) to store the
positions. These will be stored by the RENAULT Card
present in the reader. Storage is confirmed by a beep
from the instrument panel.
Note:
The control keypad does not include a start/stop
button.
88D-1
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
88D
UCH
Each time the radio frequency remote control unit issues the command to open the door and each time the +
accessories is activated, the UCH checks the RENAULT Card number.
When the driver's door is opened, the UCH transmits this number through a wire connection to the seat computer in
order to identify the adjustment positions to restore.
Check the configurations (see Section 87B).
SEAT COMPUTER
It is located under the driver's seat (clipped to the chassis).
Depending on the way in which it is controlled, this computer may be:
– on standby (inactive),
– in active mode (active).
It changes from standby to active mode when it detects the following information:
– + accessories switched on
– driver's door open signal,
– reception of a RENAULT Card remote control signal.
It switches to standby mode approximately 40 minutes after the ignition has been switched off, if the driver's door is
not opened. If the driver's door is opened, it immediately changes to standby mode.
Removal of the computer does not require removal of the seat.
DOOR MODULES
These are integrated into the electric window motors and allow information on the door mirror positions to be stored.
The two electric window motors must be fitted with computers for the driving position storage function.
NOTE
A multiplex network specific to the driver's seat position memory allows information to be exchanged between the two
front door modules.
88D-2
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
SEAT
It comprises three motors:
– longitudinal adjustment motor,
– seat height motor,
– seatback incline motor.
Each motor is connected to one or more leads and a
reductor to transmit movement.
Stored adjustment seat motors are fitted with a
movement sensor.
To remove the motors, refer to the Bodywork section.
Note:
– All motors supplied as replacement parts are
stored seat adjustment motors (with sensors).
They may be fitted in place of basic motors
(without sensors).
– There are two types of motor (high speed and low
speed). Only high speed motors are supplied as
replacement parts.
88D-3
88D
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
88D
ENGINES
CONNECTION
The longitudinal adjustment motor (1) is located
beneath the seat cushion.
The connections of the longitudinal adjustment motor
and the seatback incline motor are identical.
2-track connectors (motor supply)
Track
1
2
Description
Motor control
Seat motors connection
3-track connectors (movement sensor)
Track
1
2
3
The seatback incline motor (2) is located in the
seatback.
To remove them, refer to the Bodywork section.
88D-4
Description
Movement sensor supply
Movement sensor signal
Movement sensor earth
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
The seat cushion height motor (1) is located beneath
the seat cushion.
88D
CONNECTION
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
To remove it, refer to the Bodywork sensor.
88D-5
Description
Movement sensor supply
Movement sensor earth
Motor control
Seat motors connection
Not used
Movement sensor signal
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
CONTROL KEYPAD
88D
Note:
Pressing a button during position recall stops
movement of the seat and door mirrors.
It is located on the outer side of the seat.
It comprises:
– a seat cushion switch (1), allowing longitudinal
movements and height adjustment,
– a seatback switch (2), allowing seatback incline
movements,
– a memo button, allowing the driving position
adjustments (driver’s seat and door mirrors) to be
stored or recalled.
NOTES
It is impossible to recall the positions while the
vehicle is moving,
– if the stored positions are recalled while the door
mirrors are folded in, the motors will move after
they have been put back in place,
– positions are stored when the RENAULT card is
inserted into the card reader.
The keypad is attached to the cover of the runner by
three metal clips. To remove it, refer to the Bodywork
section.
The memo button is used:
– by pressing and holding (2 seconds) to store the
driver's layout. A bleep from the instrument panel
confirms that it has been stored.
– by a one touch press to recall the driving position.
88D-6
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
CHECKING THE MEMORY KEYPAD
(using a multimeter)
88D
Functions
WARNING
It is essential to disconnect the keypad before checking
it.
Seat squab
Track
Backwards
A3/A6
Forwards
A3/A1
Seat cushion height
adjustment
Step-down
A4/A6
Step-up
A4/A1
Seatback incline
Front
A5/A1
Rear
A5/A6
Driver's seat position memory
B2/B5
Note:
The fuses which protect the seat electrical circuit
(driver and passenger) are located on the Option
Fuse and Relay Box. To access these fuses, it is
necessary to remove the storage compartments.
88D-7
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
COMPUTER
88D
White connector
Track
A3
B1
B2
B3
B4
B5
Description
Control connection B1 (storage)
Runner motor
Upper seatback motor
Seatback motor
Rear height motor
Motor common
Green connector
Track
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
CONNECTION
Black connector
Track
A1
A5
A8
B1
B3
B4
B6
Description
+ After ignition
UCH connection
UCH connection
Power supply
Earth
Earth
Power supply
88D-8
Description
Sensor earth
Runner sensor signal
Seatback sensor signal
Upper seatback sensor signal
Rear height sensor signal
Sensor feed
Not used
A6 control connection
A1 control connection
B5 control connection
Not used
B2 control connection
A4 control connection
A3 control connection
A5 control connection
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
DOOR MODULES
Track
26
Note:
For information on removing and specifications of
the electric window motors, refer to the Electric
window section.
27
28
29
Track
Description
1
Door mirror left/right motor control
(track 2A)
Door mirror motors common
(track 2C/3C)
Lower passenger window (switch)
Door mirror control connections (driver's
side track 6)
Door mirror control connection (driver's
side track 3)
Door mirror control connection (driver's
side track 8)
Driver's door mirror left/right motor
potentiometer signal (track 2D)
Raise passenger window (switch)
Not used
+ battery
Door mirror up/down motor control
(track 2B)
Door mirror fold-down motor control
(track 3B)
Door mirror control connection (driver's
side track 7)
Lower driver's window (driver's side
switch)
Not used
Door mirror potentiometers common
(track 2F)
Earth
Not used
Multiplex connection between the door
mirrors (specific to the driving position
memory function)
Earth
Door mirrors potentiometer common
(track 2G)
Door mirror control connection (driver's
side track 9)
Raise driver's window (driver's side switch)
Door mirror control connection (driver's
side track 5)
Door mirror control connection (driver's
side track 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
30
88D-9
88D
Description
Door mirror up/down potentiometer signal
(track 2E)
UCH connection (close signal or storable
seat position)
Not used
Multiplex connection between the door
mirrors
Not used
DRIVER'S POSITION
Driver's seat position memory
EXTERIOR REAR-VIEW MIRRORS
88D
CONNECTION (fullest version)
REMINDER
It is not necessary to remove the interior door trim to
remove the door mirrors.
To control the door mirrors, refer to Section 84A.
88D-10
Track
Description
1B
1C
1D
1E
1F
1G
2A
2B
2C
2D
2E
2F
2G
2H
3B
3C
3D
3E
3F
3G
Door mirror de-icing
Door mirror de-icing
Temperature sensor (right-hand side)
Temperature sensor (left-hand side)
Not used
Not used
Horizontal adjustment motor
Vertical adjustment motor
Motor common
Horizontal position potentiometer
Vertical position potentiometer
Power supply
Earth
Not used
Tilt motor
Tilt motor
Brightness signal (interior rear-view mirror)
Brightness signal (interior rear-view mirror)
Not used
Not used
DRIVER'S POSITION
Electric seat adjustment
CHECKING THE ELECTRIC SEAT KEYPAD (using a
multimeter)
WARNING
it is essential to disconnect the keypad before checking
it.
Track
Functions
Seat cushion
forwards
Backwards
A3/B1
A5/A4
Forwards
A3/A4
A5/B1
Seat cushion
height
Step-down
A3/B6
A5/A6
Step-up
A3/A6
A5/B6
Seatback incline
Front
A3/A1
A5/A2
Rear
A3/A2
A5/A2
88D-11
88D