Electrical equipment

BATTERY - HEADLIGHTS REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTING ENGINE IMMOBILISER INSTRUMENT PANEL SIGNALLING CONTROLS WIPERS RADIO ELECTRICAL ASSISTANCE EQUIPMENT WIRING

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"The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical specifications current when it was prepared. The methods may be modified as a result of changes introduced by the manufacturer in the production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are constructed."

APRIL 2001
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© RENAULT 2001

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80 BATTERY - HEADLIGHTS
Battery Special features Headlights Headlight unit Bulbs Remote adjustment Fog lights 80-1 80-4 80-5 80-6 80-8

84 SIGNALLING CONTROLS
Rotary switch Wiper stalk Lighting stalk Hazard warning light switch Central door locking switch Driver electric window switches One touch electric window unit Passenger electric window switch Heated rear screen Heated windscreen Door locks Electric rear-view mirror Rear-view mirror control Exterior temperature sensor 84-1 84-4 84-5 84-6 84-7 84-8 84-9 84-10 84-11 84-12 84-13 84-15 84-16 84-17

81 REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS
Rear lights Stop lights Number plate lighting Fuse box Relay plate Relay/fuse box 81-1 81-3 81-4 81-5 81-8 81-10

85 WIPERS
Windscreen wipers Rear screen wiper Electric washer pump 85-1 85-5 85-7

82 IMMOBILISER
Encrypted key engine immobiliser 82-1

83 INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel Instrument panel Fuel level sensor Oil level sensor 83-1 83-10 83-18 83-19

86 RADIO
Radio Display 86-1 86-8

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87 ELECTRONIC ASSISTANCE
EQUIPMENT
UCH 87-1

88 WIRING
Air bags and seat belt pretensioners 88-1

BATTERY 180 Special features
LOCATION The battery is located under the front left-hand seat.

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NOTE: it is not necessary to undo the bolts (B) fully to remove the cover. Disconnect the battery starting with the negative terminal.

REMOVAL Undo the mounting clamp (C) to remove the battery. Move the front left-hand seat back as far as possible. Remove: – the floor carpet (clips A),

REFITTING When the battery is refitted, or whenever it has been disconnected, it will be necessary to do some simple programming which does not require a diagnostic tool: – setting the clock, – entering the four-digit radio code. Special feature for vehicles fitted with a tachograph: Refer to the user manual for instructions on how to reboot the system.

– the cover (bolt B),

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BATTERY Special features
A - CHECKING Check and ensure that:
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It is vital:
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to ensure that there are no sulphate deposits on the terminals, to clean and grease the terminals if necessary, to check that the nuts are correctly tightened on the terminals. Incorrect contact could cause starting faults or charging faults which could cause sparks, making the battery liable to explode, to check the electrolyte level.

the battery tray and cover are not cracked or split,
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the top of the battery is clean,
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the terminals are in good condition.

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Batteries with sets of removable plugs:
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remove the cover by hand or by using a tool (stiff spatula), check that the electrolyte level in all compartments is above the dividers (approximately 1.5 centimetres), if necessary, top up the level with demineralised water.

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ATTENTION: if the electrolyte overflows, rinse both the battery and its tray with clean water to prevent oxidisation. Note: certain types of battery have translucent bodies which allow a visual check on the level of the electrolyte. Never add electrolyte, acid or other products.

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BATTERY Special features
B - PRECAUTIONS It should be remembered that a battery:
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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 intensity of the charging current. The oxygen and the hydrogen mix in the open air, on the surface of the plates and form a detonating mixture. This mixture is highly explosive. The smallest of sparks, a cigarette or a recently extinguished match are sufficient to cause an explosion. The explosion is so strong that the battery can shatter and spray the acid into the surrounding atmosphere. People nearby are at risk (shattered casing parts, acid splashes). Acid splashes are harmful to the eyes, face and hands. They also attack clothing. Protection against the danger of explosion, which can be caused by a poorly handled battery, must be taken very seriously. Avoid all risks of sparks.
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contains sulphuric acid, which is a dangerous product, produces oxygen and hydrogen during charging. The mixture of these two gases is a detonating gas, hence the risk of an explosion.

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1) DANGER = ACID Sulphuric acid is a highly aggressive, toxic and corrosive product. It attacks skin, clothing, concrete and corrodes most metals. It is also very important, when handling a battery, to take the following precautions:
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protect your eyes with goggles, wear acid-proof gloves and clothing.

If acid splashes on to your clothing, rinse all the contaminated areas thoroughly in water. If your eyes are affected, consult a doctor.

Check that the consumers are switched off, before disconnecting or reconnecting a battery. 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 so as not to cause a short circuit across the terminals. Never hold a naked flame, a welding torch, hot air gun, a cigarette or a lighted match near to a battery.

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HEADLAMP Headlight unit
REMOVAL Disconnect the connectors from the headlight unit. Remove: – the indicator lamp, – the radiator grille mounting bolts (A),

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REFITTING It is essential to adjust the lens units every time they are removed:
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– the lens unit mounting bolts (B).

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position the vehicle on level ground, without applying the handbrake, ensure that the vehicle is empty with a full tank if possible, set the adjustment control to 0, turn screw (D) to adjust the height, turn screw (E) to adjust the direction.

Take off the lens unit and release the lower mounting clip (C).

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HEADLAMP Bulbs
REPLACING BULBS Main beam headlight, dipped beam headlight bulb The bulb can be replaced once the plastic cover has been removed (1). NOTE: when replacing main beam headlight or dipped beam headlight bulbs, use only approved H4 bulbs.

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Indicator lamp bulb Use approved PY 21W bulbs. Side light bulbs Use W5Wbulbs.

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HEADLAMP Beam adjustment
HEADLIGHT ADJUSTMENT CONTROL Connection

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Unclip the control unit support using a small screwdriver at (2). Disconnect the connector, then release the control from the support plate. Wheel position 0 1 2 3 4 Track 1A 1B 2B 3B + after ignition Earth Dipped headlights signal Control output

Voltage output control (in volts) 11 volts 8.5 volts 6 volts 3.5 volts 1.1 volts Description

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HEADLAMP Beam adjustment
ACTUATORS REMOVAL Disconnect the connector from the remote adjustment actuator. Turn the actuator an eighth of a turn towards the vehicle wing to release the lens unit. Then disconnect the ball joint from the parabola, tilting the actuator slightly. NOTE: the headlight does not have to be removed to remove the actuator. REFITTING Keep the parabola towards the rear of the lens unit, 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 then insert it into the lens unit. Reconnect the connector and fit the sealed cover. Adjust the headlights. ADJUSTMENT PROCEDURE
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ACTUATOR CONNECTION

Track 1 2 3 Earth Control

Description

Supply (dipped headlights)

position the vehicle on level ground, without applying the handbrake. Ensure that the vehicle is empty with a full tank if possible. Set the adjustment control to 0. Screw (D) to adjust the height. Screw (E) to adjust the direction.

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HEADLAMP Fog lights
REMOVAL Undo the two mounting bolts. Disconnect the connector. Take out the fog light and its support. Release the fog light from its support (one bolt).

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REFITTING There are no specific points, however remember to adjust the fog light using screw (A).

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS 181 Rear lights
The rear lights are made up of two sections: an upper section (side light, stop light and indicator) and a lower section (reversing light and fog light). REMOVAL OF LIGHTS (upper section) Remove the mounting bolts (1). Disconnect the connectors.

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Connection Track Rotate the light to release it from its pins (3). 1A 2A 3A 4A 5A 6A 1B 2B 3B 4B 5B 6B Description Side light supply Reversing light supply (input) Earth Fog light supply (input) Indicator Brake lights Not in use Reversing light supply (output) Earth Fog light supply (output) Not in use Not in use

NOTE: the fog light and reversing light supply passes through the upper light plate.

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Rear lights
REMOVAL OF LIGHTS (lower section) Remove the mounting bolts (4). Disconnect the connector. Release the light unit.

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Connection Track 1 2 3 Description Fog light supply Reversing light supply Earth

NOTE: the fog light and reversing light supply passes through the upper light plate.

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Brake lights
The high-mounted brake light position varies according to version (hinged rear doors or tailgate). REMOVAL OF THE HIGH-MOUNTED BRAKE LIGHT Disconnect the connector. (Version with hinged doors) Remove the mounting bolt (3). Disconnect the connector. tailgate version Remove the mounting bolt (4).

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Number plate lighting

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The bulb is accessed in the same way for both hinged door and tailgate versions of the vehicle.

REMOVAL Undo the screws (1) on the lens to access the bulb. Bulb type: W 5W

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Fuse box
FUSE SYMBOLS

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Fuse box
Allocation of fuses (depending on equipment level) No. F1 F2 Symbol Rating (amps) -15 A Not in use Description

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Consumer cut-out - Radio - Central door locking control - Convertible exterior temperature dial and radio display - Central Communication Unit - Navigation computer - Electric rear-view mirror control - Ultrasound alarm sensor - Alarm siren - Car phone communication interface Not in use Not in use Not in use Not in use Air conditioning

F3 F4 F5 F6 F7

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F8 F9 F10 F11

-15 A 30 A 15 A

Not in use Front fog lights Central door locking Front and rear interior lights

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Instrument panel - Diagnostic socket - Immobiliser

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30 A 25 A

Heated rear screen Rear screen wiper - Rear screen washer - Reversing light switch - Air conditioning clutch relay - Windscreen heating control - Air conditioning control panel - Windscreen heating timer Windscreen wiper Stop - Instrument panel - Diagnostic socket - Headlight beam adjustment control - Heated rear screen control - Glove compartment light - Door locking control - Cigarette lighter - Air conditioning - Air bag - Daylight signal lights ABS electronic stability programme Not in use Electric windows Electric windows

F15 F16

25 A 15 A

F17 F18 19F F20

5A -25 A 25 A

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Fuse box
Rating (amps) 20 A Heated seats

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No. F21

Symbol

Description

F22 F23 F24

--15 A

Not in use Not in use Radio - Cigarette lighter - Rear screen relay - Windscreen heater relay - + after ignition feed relay - Central Communication Unit - Daytime running lights -Car phone communication interface Heating

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25 A

F26 F27

15 A 10 A

Accessories socket Left-hand main beam headlight

F28

10 A

Right-hand main beam headlight

F29 F30

10 A

Left-hand dipped headlight

10 A

Right-hand dipped headlight

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10 A

Left hand side light - Instrument lighting

F32

10 A

Right-hand side light

F33 F34 F35

10 A 15 A 10 A

Rear fog light Horn Heated rear-view mirrors

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Heated windscreen activation

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Not in use Not in use Not in use

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Relay plate
LOCATION The relay plate (1) is located in the passenger compartment on the driver’s side.

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Relay plate
RELAY PLATE

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Allocation (depending on equipment level) Track REL A REL B REL C REL D REL E REL F REL G REL H REL I REL J REL K Description Relay: heated rear window Timer rear screen wiper Relay: rear screen wiper Relay: + after ignition feed Relay: air conditioning cut-out Relay: heated windscreen Relay: rear fog light Relay: dipped beam headlight for daylight signals (according to country) Relay: sidelights for daytime running lights (depending on country) Relay: main relay for daytime running lights (depending on country) Relay: electronic thermostat

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Relay/fuse box
All types

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Allocation of fuses (depending on equipment level) Rating (amps) 70A

No. F01 F02 F03 F04 F05 F06 FA FB FC FD R12 R13

Description Fuse: pre-heating and thermoplungers Fuse: supply (depending on the engine) Fuse: fan assembly (depending on the engine) Fuse: instrument panel Fuse: instrument panel Fuse: ABS Fuse: instrument panel Fuse: instrument panel Fuse: instrument panel Fuse: air conditioning Relay: heated windscreen Relay:Heated windscreen relay

60A 60A 60A 60A 50A 50A 40A

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Relay/fuse box
Engine F4R

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Allocation of fuses (depending on equipment level) Rating (amps) 50A 50A 30A 25A 15A

No. F02 F03 F1 F2 F4 R2 R4 R6 R8 R9 R10

Description Fuse: supply Fuse: fan assembly Fuse: + before ignition Fuse: heating device Fuse: + after ignition injection Relay: injection locking Relay: fuel pump Relay: air conditioning compressor clutch Relay: independent heater Relay: fan assembly (with air conditioning) Relay: fan assembly relay (without air conditioning) or second speed fan (with air conditioning)

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Relay/fuse box
F9Q engine, with thermoplungers

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Allocation of fuses (depending on equipment level) Rating (amps) 70A 60A 60A 30A 15A 15A

No. F01 F02 F03 F2 F3 F4 R1 R2 R4 R6 R7 R8 R9 R10

Description Fuse: pre-heating fan and thermoplungers Fuse: supply Fuse: fan assembly Fuse: pre-heating and diesel injection Fuse: air conditioning compressor clutch Fuse: + after ignition feed Relay: additional heating 2 or 3 (thermoplungers) Relay: diesel injection central electric unit supply Relay: diesel reheating Relay: air conditioning compressor clutch Relay:Additional heating 1 (thermoplungers) Relay: Additional heating 2 or 3 (thermoplungers) Relay: fan assembly relay (without air conditioning) or two speed fan assembly (with air conditioning) Relay: single speed fan assembly (with air conditioning)

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REAR AND INTERIOR LIGHTS Relay/fuse box
F9Q engine, without thermoplungers

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Allocation of fuses (depending on equipment level) Rating (amps) 70A 60A 60A 25A 30A 15A

No. F01 F02 F03 F1 F2 F4 R1 R2 R3 R4 R5 R6 R9 R10

Description Fuse: pre-heating Fuse: supply Fuse: fan assembly Fuse: independent heating Fuse: pre-heating and diesel injection Fuse: + after ignition feed Relay: independent heating Relay: diesel injection central electric unit supply Relay: fuel pump Relay: diesel reheating Relay: two speed fan assembly Relay: air conditioning compressor clutch Relay: fan assembly Relay: single speed fan assembly

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IMMOBILISER 182 Coded key immobiliser system
SPECIAL NOTES
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GENERAL The engine immobiliser is controlled by a random rolling code key recognition system (encrypted). The immobiliser is activated a few seconds after the ignition is switched off. This may be indicated by the flashing of the red warning light located on the instrument panel. During manufacture, a twelve character hexadecimal code is allocated to the vehicle to make the engine immobiliser operational. This repair code is required in after-sales in order to:
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The security code no longer exists but has been replaced by a repair code allocated to the vehicle for life during manufacture. – there is no number marked on the key, – at the time of delivery, the vehicle does not have a label showing the code. When repairing this system, this repair code number can be requested from the local assistance network (refer to Technical Note 3315E). When requesting the code number, it is now essential to provide the vehicle's VIN as well as its fabrication number. This allows the operator to identify the vehicle in order to provide the correct code.

add keys, replace one or more keys, deallocate one or more keys (e.g. if lost or stolen), replace a UCH.

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Spare keys are supplied uncoded, without a number and without metal insert. This system can have up to four keys. The remote control function and the battery have no effect on the immobiliser. In the event of a key being stolen or lost or at the customer's request, one or more of the vehicle's keys can be deallocated. These can be reallocated to the same vehicle if necessary. WARNING: with this system, it is not possible to replace more than one element (UCH and keys or UCH and injection computer) at the same time. These parts are sold non-coded. It is effectively 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).

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NOTE: It is essential to know the vehicle identification number to obtain the repair code. There are several ways depending on country (refer to Technical Note 3315E):
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Minitel, voice server, Techline.

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There is no way of erasing the code programmed into the system components. The programmed code cannot be erased.

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
SYSTEM DESCRIPTION With this system, the engine immobiliser is activated a few seconds after the ignition is switched off (shown by the red engine immobiliser warning light flashing).

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– a coded chip (B) to control the engine immobiliser and the locking and unlocking of doors by radio frequency.

NOTE: the immobiliser chip is now part of the remote control printed circuit. The system consists of:
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two key heads fitted with either: – a coded chip without remote control to control the engine immobliser (A),

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
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an antenna ring (D) located around the ignition switch, fitted with a chip to transmit the key codes to the UCH.

CONNECTION

NOTE: this antenna ring is not coded. REMOVAL - REFITTING Remove the half cowlings from under the steering wheel, release the ring aerial from the ignition switch and disconnect its connector. Track 1 2 3 4 Not used Earth + before ignition Output signal Description

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
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a UCH. For the engine immobiliser function, the UCH: – decodes the key signal, – communicates with the injection computer, – controls the red warning light on the instrument panel, – communicates with the diagnostic tool. The UCH (1) is located under the instrument panel. To remove it, see Section 87.

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an engine immobiliser warning light located on the instrument panel used to signal: – activation of the engine immobiliser, – non-recognition of the key, – a fault in the system, – programming of a key.

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
OPENING A KEY HEAD (WITHOUT REMOTE CONTROL) Place the key head on a table with the metal insert facing downwards. Use a small screwdriver as a lever as shown below, ensuring that the end of the screwdriver is placed on the lower section (E) of the key head. This allows you to slide the upper section off the lower section. OPENING A KEY HEAD (WITH REMOTE CONTROL)

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Use a small screwdriver as a lever as shown below in (C).

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
OPERATION When the immobiliser system is operational, the engine immobiliser indicator light flashes (slowly: once per second).
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After the ignition is switched on, the key code is transmitted to the UCH. If the code is recognised by the UCH, the UCH and the injection computer send coded signals to each other via the multiplex network and turn off the immobiliser warning light. If the signals issued by the UCH and the injection computer match, the UCH authorises the engine to start and the injection is unlocked.

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SPECIAL CASES:
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The injection computer has no reference code in its memory: the code which is transmitted is memorised. If the key code and the UCH code do not match, the system remains locked. The engine immobiliser indicator light flashes (rapidly). The vehicle may not be started.

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IMPORTANT: when the vehicle battery has a low charge, the drop in voltage caused by operating the starter may reactivate the immobiliser. If the voltage is too low, the engine cannot be started, even by pushing the vehicle.

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
REPLACEMENT AND CONFIGURATION

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New parts are not coded. Once fitted on the vehicle, they must therefore 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 COMPONENT STATUS UCH Blank Coded Key Coded Blank* Injection computer Coded -

AFTER SALES OPERATION Programming of the UCH Key assignment or cancellation Programming the injection computer

REPAIR CODE NEEDED

YES YES

Coded

Coded

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* A key assigned to a vehicle must be blank or already programmed to this vehicle. NOTE: a key may be programmed to a vehicle but not operational (unassigned). IMPORTANT: only keys used in this procedure will work.

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system

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A new UCH is not programmed with a code. You must therefore program a code into a new UCH fitted to a vehicle to make the UCH operational. To perform this procedure, at least one of the vehicle's old keys and the repair code are required and the injection computer must be correctly coded (refer to the allocation table). WARNING: If a code is programmed into the UCH, the UCH is assigned to the vehicle. It is impossible to erase the code or program in another one. IMPORTANT: only keys used for this procedure will work, provided that:
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they have already been coded on this vehicle, or they are new (not coded).

UCH PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE Using the diagnostic tool:
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Set up a dialogue with the Engine immobiliser system. In the Command, Specific command menu, select and confirm the SC027: program UCH line. The tool displays Remove the key from the ignition switch, The tool displays Please enter the After Sales code . With the ignition off, enter the secret After-Sales code (12 hexadecimal digits) and press Enter. If the code format is correct, the tool displays Insert a key which has already been programmed to the vehicle and the programming procedure starts. The tool displays UCH programming completed, please start key programming procedure. The UCH is coded. You must now enter key programming mode to assign the other keys (maximum of four). Several seconds may elapse before this message appears.

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The After-Sales code entered does not correspond with the key presented. Check that you have entered the correct code and that you have presented a key: the code does not correspond to the key or the key does not belong to the vehicle. The UCH is not blank. Please start the key programming procedure: The UCH has already been programmed for this vehicle. Check the After-Sales code: the code entered is incorrect. Check, then try entering the data again, UCH programming failure, key cannot be used on this vehicle: the key code does not correspond (the key belongs to a vehicle from a different range). The key inserted is blank. Please present another key which has already been programmed to this vehicle: the key is blank. Present a key which has already been coded on this vehicle.

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WARNING: the maximum time lapse between each operation is 5 minutes, if not the procedure is cancelled.

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
KEY PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE IMPORTANT: in the event that not all the keys are available, it will be necessary to carry out a reprogramming procedure later with all the keys.
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Set up a dialogue with the Engine immobiliser system. In the Command, Special command menu, confirm the SC028: card/key programming line. The tool displays Remove the key from the ignition switch, The tool displays Please enter the After Sales code . With the ignition off, enter the secret After-Sales code (12 hexadecimal digits) and press Enter. The tool displays Warning, keys not presented will no longer be operational. Restart the procedure to reallocate them": programming is in progress. The tool displays Insert the key in the ignition switch and turn on the ignition, then press Enter: switch on the ignition with a key from the vehicle or a blank key. the screen displays 1 key programmed, then press Enter, then Remove the key from the ignition switch. The tool asks: Would you like to program another key? To assign additional keys, switch on the ignition for a few seconds with the other vehicle keys to be programmed (four maximum), then press Enter. The screen displays 2, 3 or 4 keys programmed then Remove the key from the ignition switch. WARNING: these must be old keys for the vehicle or new non-coded keys.

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WARNING: the maximum time delay between each operation is 5 minutes, otherwise the procedure will be cancelled and the tool will display the message Procedure interrupted: warning, the keys assigned to the vehicle are the ones assigned before starting the procedure. The keys 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. NOTE: there is no operation to perform on the injection computer when the UCH only is replaced, it retains the same immobiliser code.

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The UCH is blank. Launch the UCH programming procedure: the UCH is blank. It is impossible to assign keys to an uncoded UCH. Check the After-Sales code, if the code entered is incorrect, check, then try entering the data again, If the key does not correspond to the vehicle UCH, the tool will display Procedure cancelled: warning, the keys assigned to the vehicle are the ones assigned before the procedure was started. The keys submitted before interruption of the procedure are no longer blank and can only be assigned to this vehicle.

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The tool displays Writing data to memory, the UCH is coded and the keys are programmed. Several seconds will elapse before this message appears, in order to exit the reallocation.

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IMMOBILISER Coded key immobiliser system
CODING THE INJECTION COMPUTER The injection computer is delivered non-coded. It will therefore have to be programmed with the code of the engine immobiliser system when fitted, to enable the vehicle to start. 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 (engine immobiliser indicator light flashes).

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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 the stores which must be returned. The programmed code cannot be erased.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL 183 Dashboard

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WARNING: Handling the pyrotechnic systems (pretensioners or air bags) near a source of heat or a flame is forbidden; there is a risk of triggering.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard
REMOVAL Disconnect the battery.

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Unclip the cover under the steering wheel to connect the diagnostic tool. IMPORTANT: before removing the air bags, lock the computer using the diagnostic tool (for instructions, see Section 88).

Unclip the steering wheel air bag cushion. Disconnect the air bag connector. WARNING: it is essential to mark the position of the rotary switch and ensure that the wheels are straight when removing it, so that the strip is centred. Remove: – the steering wheel bolt, – the steering wheel.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard

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– the windscreen pillar trims.

Unclip the instrument panel visor.

Disconnect the antenna connector.

Remove the two mounting bolts (A) from the casing. Unlock the steering wheel height adjustment control. Undo the lower half cowling (1) then (2).

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard

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Disconnect the connectors. Undo the screw (B) then release the rotary switch.

Remove: – the diagnostic socket (F), – the ignition switch connector (G).

Remove: – the transponder ring (C), – the two dashboard mounting bolts (D), – the instrument panel, – the plate (E) and disconnect the connectors (according to the version).

Disconnect the UCH (H) (it is located close to the steering column).

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard

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Remove the mounting bolts (I). Lock the steering wheel height adjustment control.

Remove the mounting bolts (J). Disconnect the glove compartment light connector.

Remove the six mounting bolts from the passenger air bag. Disconnect the connector, then release the air bag.

Unclip the central upper cover. Remove the radio, using the tool (MS. 1373).

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard

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Remove: – the central display,

Unclip the gaiter from the gear control lever. Remove the four mounting screws (L). Disconnect the hazard warning lights connector. Release the central console.

– the mounting bolt (K).

Remove the mounting bolt (M). Disconnect the connectors, then release the heater control panel.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard

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Remove: – the mounting bolts (N), – the earth wire (O),

Unclip the ashtray supports.

Remove the four side mounting bolts (P). – the connector. The remainder of the operations require two people. Partially release the instrument panel. Disconnect the connectors from the speakers. Remove the dashboard.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard
REFITTING Features of the rotary switch Ensure that the wheels are straight. Tighten the rotary switch mounting bolt. Connect the connectors. Features of the driver's air bag

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Connect the connector, the lock it. Features of the steering wheel IMPORTANT: the splines of the steering wheel are designed such that the steering wheel can only be fitted in one way. The steering wheel must fit back into the splines easily. Be careful not to damage them. Place the cushion on the steering wheel and slide it downwards until it clicks.

It is essential to replace the steering wheel bolt each time it is removed and to tighten it to a torque of 4.4 daN.m.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Dashboard
Features of the passenger air bag IMPORTANT: – Check for foreign bodies (bolts, clips, etc.) when fitting the air bag module. – On the module side, make sure the connector is properly clipped (heavy-duty clip) and locate the safety lock. Special features for vehicles fitted with a tachograph

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Refer to the user's manual for vehicles fitted with a tachograph for a description of how to reboot the system.

It is essential to check the tightening torque of the mounting bolts: – four bolts (O) = 2 N.m, – two bolts (P) = 8 N.m. Check the module using the diagnostic tool. If everything is correct, unlock the computer, if not see the Fault finding section.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
REMOVAL Remove: q the instrument panel visor clipped onto the instrument panel,

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the mounting bolts (A).

Disconnect the connectors.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
CONFIGURATION When the instrument panel is replaced it is configured automatically once the ignition is switched on. The UCH sends the configuration stored in its memory from the previous instrument panel to the instrument panel. When the instrument panel is not configured, an instrument panel not configured fault will appear on the UCH. apply the procedure using the diagnostic tool to change the instrument panel configurations: – Test the multiplex network to ensure that it is in good condition, then exit the diagnostic, – Disconnect the battery (for at least 1 minute) then reconnect it, – WITHOUT SWITCHING THE IGNITION BACK ON, test the multiplex network again (don't take into account the segments that are faulty due to the ignition being switched off), – Establish a dialogue with the UCH, – In the Command, Specific command menu, confirm CF 719 instrument panel type, – The tool displays Are you sure you want to perform configuration? YES or NO,
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Clock with or without, Speed signal ABS or gearbox sensor, Engine type petrol or diesel, Speed sensor index -215/65 R16 -205/65 R16 -215/65 R16, – Chronotachograph with or without When it is finished, the tool displays: Are the configurations correct? YES or NO If there is an error in operations, confirm NO to restart the procedure. If the answer is YES, switch off and restart the ignition twice to confirm the instrument panel configuration. The tool displays: configuration completed.

NO exit the procedure, YES the tool displays:

– Turn off the ignition, then press Enter,

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel

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RED CONNECTOR Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description Not used Not used Not used Not used Lighting dimmer ADAC cut off button (depending on the version) Not used Not used Service warning light Multiplexing Multiplexing Not used Not used Anti-lock braking systemindicator light Electronic braking regulator indicator light

8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

GREY CONNECTOR Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Description Not used Turning right signal indicator light Turning left signal indicator light + before ignition Engine immobiliser indicator light Seat belt indicator light Not used

Dipped beam headlights indicator light Main beam headlights indicator light Air bag indicator light (depending on the version) Rear fog light indicator light Fog lightwarning light Not used Battery charge warning light Not used + after ignition Not used Oil pressure warning light Not used Not used Oil level sensor Fuel tank sender unit signal Vehicle speed signal Earth Fuel tank sender unit earth Oil level sensor earth Side lightsindicator light Hand brake indicator light Not used Brake fault warning light

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
GENERAL The instrument panel contains the following functions: – needle gauge functions q vehicle speed q rev counter q coolant temperature q fuel level – audible function (ignition on) q indicators q headlights on reminder when a door is opened q automatic locking when driving confirmation q limit speed exceeded (Arabia) (depending on the version) – warning and indicator light function – display function q oil level reading q odometer – total mileage – trip mileage q ADAC (depending on the version) – fuel consumed – average consumption – current consumption – fuel range – distance travelled – average speed – clock (depending on the version).

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
OPERATION OF THE DISPLAY
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Oil level reading This function is displayed for approximately 30 seconds when the ignition is switched on or after the engine is started. If the level is between the permitted maximum and minimum, the display shows oil OK.

It is normal to find that the oil level is not always the same: Various parameters are involved: – parking on a slope, – too short a wait after running the engine briefly (especially when the oil is cold), – different oil temperatures.

Odometer Total mileage The mileometer will be displayed approximately 30 seconds after the ignition is switched on (after the oil level information). Pressing the ADAC or Reset button reduces this time. Trip mileage
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If during this time, the ADAC or Resetbuttons are pressed, the display shows oil ok then the oil level is shown by squares. These disappear as the oil level drops and are replaced by dashes.

The trip mileometer is displayed instead of the total mileage recorder when the ADAC or RESET buttons are pressed. It is reset by pressing the RESET button. Resetting the trip mileage is not the same as resetting the ADAC. NOTE: different instrument panels are required for a display in kilometres or miles.

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If the oil level is at a minimum when the ignition is switched on, the dashes and the word oil flash for 30 seconds. The service warning light comes on and remains lit after the engine is started.

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NOTE: q Under normal operating conditions, the oil level is only measured if the ignition has been switched off for over one minute; otherwise the old oil level value is redisplayed. q However, when a gauge fault is detected, the display switches directly to the mileometer function when the ignition is switched on.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
the on-board computer (ADAC) (depending on the version) The various sequences of the on-board computer can be displayed instead and in the place of the mileage recorders by pressing the button on the end of the wiper stalk (ADACbutton). It is reset by pressing the RESET button. – Current consumption (in l/100 km)

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The information from the on-board computer is displayed after the trip meter as follows: – Fuel consumed (in l/100km or mpg *) since the last reset.

This is only displayed when the vehicle speed is above approximately 20 mph. Below this speed, fixed dashes appear on the display. In the accelerator pedal no load position, if the speed is greater than 20 mph (30 km/h), the current consumption equals 0. NOTE: this function is not available on the UK version.

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– Estimated range with remaining fuel (in km or miles*).

– Average consumption (in l/100 km or mpg *) since the last reset.

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This is only displayed after the car has travelled approximately 400 metres. Until this point, fixed dashes appear on the display. This takes into consideration the distance covered and the fuel consumption since the last time the reset button was pressed.

This is only displayed after the car has travelled approximately 400 metres. Until this point, fixed dashes appear on the display. This is the potential distance remaining calculated by taking into account the distance travelled, the amount of fuel remaining in the tank and the fuel consumed. NOTE: the range remaining is not displayed when the low fuel warning light is lit.

* UK version.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
– Distance travelled since the last reset (reset of the ADAC).

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– Average speed since the last reset.

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This is displayed after the car has travelled approximately 400 metres. Until this point, fixed dashes appear on the display. 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 generated in the on-board computer.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Instrument panel
FAULT FINDING PROCEDURE To access the fault finding procedure, press and hold the ADAC button on the end of the wiper stalk, with the ignition on but the engine off. – All the warning lights light up and the needles on the four gauges move in steps. – The liquid crystal display test appears.

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To go to the next test, press the ADAC button. – Viewing stored faults.

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If the letter t is displayed, this means that an injection signal fault has been stored for at least 4 seconds. If the letter J is displayed, this means that a fault has been detected on the fuel gauge (disconnected for more than 100 seconds). The resistance should be between 5 and 350 ohms. If the letter d is displayed, this means that an injection signal fault has been detected. If the letter h is displayed, this means that an oil level sensor fault has been detected. The resistance should be between 6 and 20 ohms. If only fixed dashes are displayed, this means that no faults have been detected. Press the reset button to exit the fault finding procedure and erase any stored faults.
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All the segments on the display should be lit. To go to the next test, press the ADAC button. – The amount of fuel remaining in the tank test appears

The value displayed should correspond with the amount of fuel remaining in the tank in litres (even for the UK version). To go to the next test, press the ADAC button. – The fuel flow in litres / hour test appears (engine running).

IMPORTANT : – The on-board computer shows a fault by displaying flashing dashes. – If no information is received from the injection computer via the multiplex network, the fuel gauge, current consumption and fuel range functions do not work. – If no information is received from the ABS computer via the multiplex network, the mileometer and mileage to next oil change functions will not work.

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A value should be displayed when the engine is running.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Fuel level sensor
CONNECTION Check

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Ensure that the resistance varies when the float is moved. Effective volume (+/5 litres) 70 54 38 23 7

Level Tank full Tank 3/4 full Tank half full Tank 1/4 full Tank empty

Resistance (+/- 10 ohms) 20 87.5 155 222.5 290

NOTE: all the above values are given merely as an indication.

Track A1 A2 B1 B2 C1 C2

Description Fuel level signal Not used - Fuel sender Not used + Fuel pump - Fuel pump

NOTE: refer to Section 19 for the removal/refitting method.

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INSTRUMENT PANEL Oil level sensor
OPERATION The sensor consists of a wire with a high resistivity. When a current passes through the wire it does not have the same thermal conductivity when it is immersed in a liquid as when it is in the open air. 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. When the ignition is switched on, the central display shows the message oil ok for approximately 30 seconds before switching to the mileometer function. NOTE: if a short circuit or an open circuit is detected when the oil level is measured, the display will immediately show the mileometer function. If the battery voltage is less than 8 volts, the level will not be displayed. CHECKING

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The sensor resistance must be between 6 and 20 ohms. The sensor is deemed to be in short circuit for a value lower than 3 ohms. The sensor is deemed to be in open circuit for a value higher than 20 ohms. LOCATION Example: F engine.

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CONTROLS - 184 SIGNALS Rotary switch
WARNING: handling pyrotechnic systems (air bags and pretensioners) is forbidden close to a source of heat or a flame: there is a risk of triggering. IMPORTANT: before removing an air bag cushion, lock the computer using the diagnostic tool. NOTE: the diagnostic socket is located under the steering wheel. REMOVAL

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Remove the steering wheel air bag cushion. To do this, insert a screwdriver into the hole (1) then move it upwards (2).

Disconnect the air bag connector.

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Rotary switch
WARNING: it is essential to mark the position of the rotary switch and ensure that the wheels are straight when removing it, so that the strip is centred. Remove: – the steering wheel bolt, – the steering wheel, – the half cowlings. Disconnect the stalks (wiper, radio and lighting control) and the rotary switch connector (air bag).

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Remove the stalks by pressing on the tabs (4).

Undo the bolt (3) then release the steering column assembly.

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Rotary switch
REFITTING Check that the wheels are straight, tighten the rotary switch mounting bolt. Reconnect the connectors. Slide it backwards in order to clip it in place. Features of the air bag Put the switch in place and lock it. Position the cushion on the steering wheel.

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IMPORTANT: After refitting everything, carry out a check using the diagnostic tool. If everything is correct, unlock the computer or see the Fault finding section.

Features of the steering wheel IMPORTANT: the splines of the steering wheel are designed such that the steering wheel can only be fitted in one way. The steering wheel should be inserted freely into the splines. Be careful not to damage them.

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.

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Wiper control stalk
CONNECTION (most comprehensive version)

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Track A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Description Windscreen wiper interval control Windscreen wiper high speed control Windscreen wiper low speed control Windscreen washer pump control Not used Windscreen wiper park position + After ignition Rear screen washer pump control Rear screen wiper control Rear windscreen wiper park position + After ignition Earth Not used ADAC scroll button

NOTE: The windscreen front and rear screen wiper and washer controls can be checked using an ohmmeter. Tracks A4 / B4 A3 / A7 A2 / A7 A1 / A7 B1 / B4 B2 / B4 B5 / B7 Description Windscreen washer pump control Windscreen wiper low speed control Windscreen wiper high speed control Rear screen wiper intermittent control: Rear screen washer pump control Rear screen wiper intermittent facility ADAC scroll button

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Lighting stalk
CONNECTION (most comprehensive version)

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Track A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 A7 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 B7

Description Front fog lights relay supply Not used Rear fog light control Horn control RH indicator control Earth LH direction indicator control Side lights + battery (protected: side lights) + battery (protected: dipped headlights) Not used Dipped headlights + battery (protected: main beam headlights) Main beam headlights

NOTE: The lighting controls can be checked using an ohmmeter. The horn control passes through connector C via the rotating connector. Tracks (closed circuit) A6 / A7 A5 / A6 B1 / B2 B3 / B5 B6 / B7 A1 / B3 A3 / B3 Description LH direction indicator control RH indicator control Side light control Dipped headlights control Main beam headlights control (permanent or flash) Fog light control (front) Rear fog light control

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Hazard warning lights switches
Track 1 2 3 4 Description Not used Earth Timed flasher (+before ignition feed) Timed flasher

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Checks with multimeter Track 2 and 3 2 and 3 Description Hazard warning lights off Hazard warning lights on Value Infinite resistance 0 ohms

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Central door locking switch

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Track A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3

Description + After ignition Earth Locking Unlocking + Before ignition Warning light supply

Checks with multimeter Track A1 / A2 A2 / A3 A2 / B1 Description Lighting switch Locking Unlocking Value 30 ohms 0 ohms 0 ohms

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Driver's electric window switches
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Tracks
B3/A2 A1/B4 B3/B4

Passenger window control

ACTIONS
A1/A2

None Passenger opening Passenger closing

0 α 0

0 0 α

α 0 α

α α 0

CONNECTION Track A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 A6 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5 B6 Description 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

NOTE: The tests and connections for the electric windows are the same for left-hand drive and righthand drive.

Driver's one touch window
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Driver's window control (check the resistance using an ohmmeter). Tracks ACTIONS A4 / B4 B5/B4 α α 0** 0 0*

None Normal opening One touch opening Normal closing One touch closing NOTE: * = 1st position ** = 2 nd position

α 0 0* α 0**

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS One touch electric window unit
REMOVAL Remove the lining from the driver's door. (See Bodywork section). Disconnect the connector (1) on the one touch window unit. Remove the two mounting bolts (2). CONNECTION

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Track A1 A2 A3 A4 A5 B1 B2 B3 B4 B5

Description Driver's side electric window control (raise) + After ignition Not used Not used Driver's side electric window control (lower) Earth Driver's window riser motor Not used Not used Driver's window riser motor

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Passenger electric window switch
CONNECTION Track A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3 Description

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Connection with driver's switch (A1) Earth Passenger side electric window control Passenger side electric window control Connection with driver's switch (B3) + After ignition

NOTE: The tests and connections for the electric windows are the same for left-hand drive and righthand drive.

Passenger electric window switch (check the resistance using an ohmmeter). Tracks ACTIONS
A1/A3 B2/B1 B1/A2 A2/A3

None Closing Opening

0 0 α

0 α 0

α 0 α

α α 0

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Heated rear screen
HEATED REAR SCREEN SWITCH

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Track A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3

Description + After ignition Not used Ignition warning light Heated rear screen switch Earth Not used

OPERATION (check the resistance using a multimeter) Action Pause Pressed Track B1/B2 α 0

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Heated windscreen
ELECTRICALLY HEATED WINDSCREEN SWITCH

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Track A1 A2 A3 B1 B2 B3

Description + After ignition Not used Ignition warning light Heated windscreen control Earth Not used

OPERATION (check the resistance using an ohmmeter) Action Pause Pressed Track A1/B1 α 0

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Door locks
OPERATION Each car has a different door locking system appropriate to the equipment level fitted. q simple locking version q deadlocking version

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Deadlocking (in some countries) enables the door handles on the inside to be deactivated. This function can be used to prevent the door being opened from the inside if the window is smashed. NOTE: vehicles fitted with a type (N3) UCH include an alarm as standard. OPERATION (most comprehensive version) operation of direction indicators 2 flashes 2 flashes

Press the remote control 1 short press 1 long press Locking 2nd short press

Result on locks locking of doors + alarm Door locking + alarm + spatial protection deadlocking of the doors and luggage compartment deadlocking + alarm + spatial protection unlocking of the doors

operation of horn 1 signal

5 flashes

2nd long press Unlocking 1 short or long press

5 flashes 1 flash

1 signal

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Door locks
CONNECTION (passenger door) CONNECTION (side doors)
Track Unlocking Locking

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Deadlocking*

1 2 3

+ -

+ -

+ +

* Deadlock version only. NOTA: the petrol filler flap and tailgate motors have two wires. The UCH controls their locking and unlocking.

Track

Unlocking

Locking

Deadlocking*

8 3 9 4 10 5

+ + -

+ +

+ + + +

* Deadlock version only.

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Electric rear-view mirror

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Description

TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daNm) Rear-view mirror mounting bolts EXTERIOR REAR-VIEW MIRRORS The electric rear-view mirrors components are as follows: q two motors for vertical and horizontal adjustment, q an external temperature gauge on the passenger's side, q a heating system (according to model). NOTE: removing the exterior rear-view mirrors does not require removal of the door trim. 0.8

CONNECTION (most comprehensive version) Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

Rear-view mirror demisting Rear-view mirror demisting Not used Temperature sensor Temperature sensor Horizontal movement motor Motor common Vertical movement motor

The resistance of the heating system is approximately 13 ohms. The temperature gauge resistance should be 2500 ohms for approximately 20ºC.

NOTE: the exterior rear-view mirror and the rear screen heating is switched on by the same switch.

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS Rear-view mirror control
REAR-VIEW MIRROR CONTROLS Left-hand rear-view mirror Operation Fitted Step-down Left RH

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Tracks A3/B3 B4/A2 A3/A2 B4/B3 B4/B3 A1/A2 B4/A2 A1/B3

Right-hand rear-view mirror Operation Raise Lower CONNECTION Left Track A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 B3 B4 Description Left/right control for the driver's rear-view mirror + Before ignition Up/down control for the driver's rear-view mirror Not used Left/right control for the passenger's rearview mirror Up/down control for the passenger's rearview mirror Earth Motor common RH Tracks B2/B3 B4/A2 B2/A2 B4/B3 B4/B3 B1/A2 B1/B3 B4/A2

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CONTROLS - SIGNALS External temperature gauge
the temperature gauge is located in the passenger side rear-view mirror (depending on the version).

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NOTE: the lower reflective glass is made of tough plastic. Unclip the temperature gauge and cut the wires (3) to about four centimetres.

REMOVAL Take off the lower reflective glass from the rear-view mirror using a mastic knife (1) then finish removing it with tool (2) Car.1363.

REFITTING Rejoin the two temperature gauge wires using heatshrink sleeves. Stick down the glass with double sided tape. N.B.: The external temperature gauge resistance should be approximately 2500 ohms at 20ºC.

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WIPERS 185 Windscreen wiper

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SPECIAL TOOLING REQUIRED Elé. 1294 -01 Windscreen wiper arm removing tool Operating notes The wiper control settings checked by the UCH relate only to the timed and interval modes (washer pump activation). The continuous low speed and continuous high speed settings are not handled by the UCH, but rather directly by the wiper stalk.

REMOVAL Check that the wiper motor is in the park position. NOTE: it is not necessary to remove the bonnet. Disconnect: q the battery, q the motor connector. Remove: q the right and left wiper arms, using the special tool Elé. 1294-01, q the plenum chamber seal, q the scuttle panel grille side trims attached with clips (A), q the scuttle panel grille attached with clips (B), q the sealing rings (C), q the water drainage pipes, from each end of the plenum chamber, q the screen washer pipe. Take off the cowl vent grille. Remove: q the clips (D), q the mounting rail (E) from the scuttle panel grille (by sliding it out),
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WIPERS Windscreen wiper
the plenum chamber mounting bolts (F), the wiper mechanism mounting bolt (G), q the bolt connecting the plenum chamber to the air inlet unit, q the sealing rings (H).
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Release the plenum chamber/wiper motor mechanism assembly. REMOVING THE MOTOR Remove: q the motor/mechanism connection tie-rods, q the motor shaft nut (I) and release the tie-rod, q the motor mounting bolts (J).

REMOVAL OF THE WIPER MECHANISM Remove the two nuts (K) that attach the mechanism.

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WIPERS Windscreen wiper
REFITTING Refit: q the nuts (1) that attach the mechanism to the plenum chamber (tightening torque: 0.8 daNm), q the wiper motor, tightening the mounting bolts (2) to the torque (0.8 daNm),

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Place the assembly (plenum chamber, mechanism, wiper motor) on the vehicle. Attach: q the plenum chamber, q the bolt connecting the air inlet unit to the plenum chamber, q the scuttle panel grille mounting rail, q the sealing rings (H), q the water drainage pipes, q the screen washer pipe, q the scuttle panel grille, q the sealing rings (C), q the scuttle panel grille side trims, q the plenum chamber seal. Reconnect: q the wiper motor connector, q the battery. Switch on the ignition to set the motor in park position. Clean the wiper arm shaft splines. Fit the wiper arms with new nuts and tighten them to a torque of 2.1 daNm.

WARNING: before refitting the tie-rod (3), it is essential to ensure that the wiper motor is in the park position.

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the connection tie-rods (4). the tie-rod(3) on the wiper motor by placing it parallel to the axis (A), facing the passenger side (tightening torque 2.1 daNm),

NOTE: for right-hand drive vehicles, the tie-rod (3) must face the opposite direction to the illustration.

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WIPERS Windscreen wiper
CONNECTOR ALLOCATIONS The motor connection is the same on left-hand and right-hand drive cars.

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Track 1 2 3 4 5

Description Park position + After ignition Interval or low speed supply High speed Earth

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WIPERS Rear screen wiper
The method and connection of the motors is the same for both hinged door and tailgate versions. SPECIAL TOOLING REQUIRED Elé. 1294-01 Windscreen wiper arm removing tool TIGHTENING TORQUES (in daNm) Wiper mechanism bolt Wiper arm 0.8 1.2

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REMOVAL Check that the wiper motor is in the park position. Disconnect the battery. Remove: – the wiper arms, – the trim panel. Disconnect the supply connector from the wiper motor. Remove the three motor mounting bolts (A).

REFITTING Check the wiper motor tightening torques (0.8 daNm). Reconnect: q the supply connector, q the battery, after having refitted the motor to set it in park position. Clean the wiper arm shaft splines. Fit a new bolt and tighten it to 1.2 daNm.

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WIPERS Rear screen wiper
MOTOR CONNECTION The connection of the motors is the same for both hinged door and tailgate versions.

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Track 1 2 3

Description Wiper control Park position Earth

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WIPERS Electric washer pump
Depending on the vehicle's equipment, a straightforward electric pump may be fitted for the windscreen washer alone, or a bidirectional pump to supply liquid from the same tank to both front and rear windscreen washers with an electrical supply from two connector tracks. There are two scenarios: Track 1 2 Earth +12 volts Description REMOVAL - REFITTING

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To reach the washer pump it is necessary to remove: q the front right wheel, q the mudguard.

When the pipes are fed via the black outlet (A), the windscreen washer operates. Track 1 2 +12 volts Earth Description

When the pipes are fed via the white outlet (B), the rear screen washer operates.

When removing the washer pump (bidirectional), mark the two pipes before disconnecting them.

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RADIO 186 Radio
Radio operation REMINDER: four geographical zones can be programmed for FM radio.

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The radio has three selection modes visible on the screen and accessible from the panel: – manual mode (MANU), – preselected mode (PRESET), – alphabetical order mode (LIST).

Tape operation The tape plays automatically once the tape source has been selected on the satellite or on the panel. NOTE: only the Dolby fast forward and rewind with search controls can be accessed by specific buttons. NOTE: the voice synthesiser or the car phone Mute function will stop the tape playing. CD operation (single CD) The CD player can play conventional CDs and any CD-ROM audio tracks. Four versions of radio may be fitted: q radio + cassette with or without display, q integrated radio + single or multi CD player with or without integrated display. The radio features allow you to: q listen to the radio (four geographical zones can be programmed for FM radio), q display the name of the station using RDS, q switch automatically to the best transmitter (AF), q receive road traffic and travel information (AT), q receive news flashes and emergency bulletins (PTY NEWS). CDs can be played in order or tracks can be chosen at random. NOTE: the random function only operates on the current CD in the case of CD changers. Heat protection If the radio overheats and its workings are slightly impaired, the volume will be automatically lowered without the volume displayed being changed.

1 2 3 4

On-Off <and> buttons change the configuration mode + and - buttons make adjustments Source button

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RADIO Radio
Code protection The radio is protected by a four digit code. This code can be entered via the control satellite or the car radio keypad each time the battery is disconnected. Entering the code with the control on the steering wheel: to enter a figure, press the bottom button on the control. Input using the car radio keypad: to confirm a number, press the next key on the keypad (see the driver's handbook). If the code is entered incorrectly, the radio will cease to function for: 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 section on configuration). These settings are preserved when the battery is disconnected. NOTE: the code can be scrambled by pressing buttons 2 and 5 at the same time with the voltage power on. Wait two minutes. Configuration

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NOTE: to select the zone in which the radio is to be used, press buttons 2 and 5 with the power on. Wait approximately two minutes. Enter the four digit code and then: q Select the relevant zone: q America q Japan q Asia q Arabia q Others q select the tone control for the appropriate car model q 0: control inactive q 1 Twingo q 2: Clio q 3: Megane q 4: Laguna q 5 Top of the range q configuration of number of speakers REAR ON/OFF NOTE: these configurations are not required when the secret code has been entered after the supply has been cut.

Expert mode To move to configuration mode (Expert mode), press and hold the source button for about four seconds until you hear a beep. This controls the following functions: q AF mode activation (automatic retuning), q volume control in relation to vehicle speed (5 for maximum change, 0 for no change), q activation of Loudnessmode, q activation of Assisted radiomode q configuration of number of speakers (2 or 4), q selection of manual or dynamic list. N.B.: pressing the source button while entering the settings cancels the changes.

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RADIO Radio
Volume control The volume can be configured in relation to the car speed. To operate this function: select the desired volume control by using the expert mode, (press and hold the source button until you hear a beep): 5 for maximum change, 0 for no change. NOTE: check that the radio is correctly wired to ensure that this function is operational. NOTE: the radio is fitted with tone modification according to the vehicle. To change vehicle type, refer to the configuration section. Self-test mode

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The self-test mode checks some of the main functions.
q testing the speakers The speakers are fed one at a time if you press buttons 2 and 4 simultaneously. This is confirmed by the display.

testing the reception level (after display of the frequency) The display shows the radio reception information if you press buttons 1 and 6 simultaneously: –9 or letter: good reception –if 3: poor signal –if 2: no stereo
q q testing the buttons To enter this mode, press button 3 and the on/off button at the same time.Every time a button is pressed, it will appear on the display. The mode exits automatically once all the buttons have been pressed.

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RADIO Radio
Connector allocations Black connector (A) Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description Vehicle speed signal Not used Voice synthesiser signal (mute) Battery supply Aerial amplifier supply Light supply Accessories supply Earth

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Yellow connector (B) Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 Description Display connection (track 13) or satellite* Display connection (track 14) or satellite* Display connection (track 15) or satellite* Not used or satellite* Earth shielding (track 12) or satellite* Display connection (track 11) or satellite*

Brown connector (C) Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Description + rear right speaker - rear right speaker + rear right speaker - rear right speaker + front left speaker - front left speaker + front left speaker - front left speaker

* If the vehicle does not have an instrument panel display, the control satellite on the steering wheel is connected to the radio.

NOTE: the speakers are connected in parallel on each outlet. The connector (D) is used to connect to a CD changer (depending on the version).

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RADIO Radio
CONNECTION The radio control on the steering wheel is linked to the display set into the dashboard.

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CONTROL CONNECTION WITH DISPLAY Control (connector A) Track (A1) Track (A2) Track (A3) Track (B1) Track (B2) Track (B3) Display (connector B) Track (14) Track (13) Track (10) Track (9) Track (11) Track (12)

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RADIO Display
ALLOCATION OF TRACKS 15 track grey connector Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description External temperature External temperature Not used Not used Earth Lighting Light supply + accessories Battery + External temperature sensor Earth (radio track 6) Radio on signal (radio track 5) Radio connection (Track 1) Radio connection (Track 5) Radio connection (Track 3)

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Red 15 track connector Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Description Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Radio control connection (track B1) Radio control connection (track A3) Radio control connection (track B2) Radio control connection (track B3) Radio control connection (track A2) Radio control connection (track A1) Not used

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ELECTRONIC ASSISTANCE EQUIPMENT 187 UCH
LOCATION The UCH (1) is located close to the steering column under the instrument panel. This computer contains most of the electronic units, including the engine immobiliser decoder. There are three UCH models, depending on the level of equipment installed in the car: q Version N1 bottom of the range q Version N2 top of the range q Version N3 with alarm function Disconnect the battery.

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Insert a 6 mm diameter rod into the opening (1) behind the steering wheel. Raise (2) the air bag in order to slide it out. Unclip the connector safety clip. Disconnect the generator supply connector. Remove the driver's air bag.

Disconnect the supply connector from the horn. REMOVAL WARNING: it is forbidden to handle the pyrotechnic systems (pretensioner or air bag) near a flame or heat source (risk of ignition). IMPORTANT: before removing an air bag cushion, lock the computer. When this function is activated all the ignition lines are inhibited and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel illuminated when the ignition is switched on. WARNING: it is essential to mark the position of the rotary switch and ensure that the wheels are straight when removing it, so that the strip is centred. Remove: q the steering wheel, q the steering column shells, q the instrument panel visor, Disconnect the connectors from the UCH, the unclip it to remove it from its housing.

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REFITTING WARNING: when refitting the steering wheel, it is essential to check that the wheels are straight.

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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. Features of the air bag Put the connector in place and lock it. Position the cushion 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 in order, unlock the computer; otherwise, refer to the fault finding section.

Features of the steering wheel IMPORTANT: the splines of the steering wheel are designed such that the steering wheel can only be fitted in one way. The steering wheel must fit back into the splines easily. Be careful not to damage them.

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ELECTRONIC ASSISTANCE EQUIPMENT UCH
KEY PROGRAMMING PROCEDURE A new UCH is not programmed with a code. You must therefore program a code into a new UCH fitted to a vehicle to make the UCH operational. To perform this procedure, at least one of the vehicle's old keys and the repair code are required and the injection computer must be correctly coded (for more information, see section 82). WARNING : if a code is programmed into the UCH, the UCH is assigned to the vehicle and it is impossible to erase the code or program in another one. IMPORTANT: only keys used for this procedure will work, provided that: q they have already been coded on the vehicle, q or they are new (not coded). NO exit the programming procedure,

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YES the tool displays: Select configuration type (type N1, N2 or N3). NOTE: for the N2 and N3 UCH, inverted wiper blades and automatic door locking are configured by default. Then the tool displays CONFIGURATION OPTIONS FOR VEHICLE TYPE TYPE N2 DEADLOCKING WITH or WITHOUT, SECOND ALARM WITH or WITHOUT TYPE N3 DEADLOCKING WITH or WITHOUT

UCH CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE Using a diagnostic tool: Set up a dialogue with the Connection unit system, q From Command, Specific command, confirm CF 718 UCH type, The tool displays Warning !, the first stage of the q procedure involves deleting the UCHconfigurations. If the procedure is interrupted after this stage, the computer will be completely deconfigured.
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Then the tool asks you: ARE THE CONFIGURATIONS CORRECT? YES or NO If the answer is YES, the following message appears: The UCH has been configured, check that there is no fault. If there is a fault on a configured option, check that the component in question is present. If the component is present, deal with the fault according to the fault-finding procedures, if it is absent, deconfigure the option in question by restarting configuration of the UCH. If the answer is NO, restart the procedure.

YES or NO,

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Programming the UCH (most comprehensive).

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P201 CONNECTOR (40 TRACKS) BROWN Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 Battery Immobiliser warning light Heated rear screen relay Heated rear screen switch Not in use Right hand indicator control Left hand indicator control Multiplex connection H Not in use Multiplex connection L Not in use Door locking warning light Door unlocking control Door locking control Ultrasound alarm sensor Alarm supply Bonnet switch Multiplex connection H Not in use Multiplex connection L Description

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UCH features Operation of indicators and hazard warning lights Timed interior lighting control Dialogue with instrument panel Heated rear screen supply interval Windscreen and rear screen wipers control Multiplex connection interface Doors and windows control Door locking warning light Doors and windows control (central locking) Radio frequency remote control Interface with fault finding tool Transponder control (engine immobiliser) Accessories relay control/+ after ignition Alarm connection (first fitting) Level 1 X X X X X X X X X Level 2 X X X X X X X X X X X X X Level 3 X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

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ELECTRONIC ASSISTANCE EQUIPMENT UCH
P201 CONNECTOR (40 TRACKS) GREEN Track 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Description Hazard lights warning light Ignition switch Rear door body flange switches Wiper and windscreeen washer control Timed windscreen wiper control Side lights control Front door body flange switches Not in use Not in use Not in use Not in use Not used + after ignition feed Not in use Not in use Hazard warning lights switch Air bag connection Not in use Not in use Fault finding line

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P202 CONNECTOR (15 TRACKS) BROWN Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Front courtesy light Rear courtesy light RH direction indicator LH direction indicator Door unlocking Door locking + lighting + door locking Door unlocking Description

P202 CONNECTOR (15 TRACKS) BROWN Track 1 2 3 4 5 6 + indicator Windscreen wiper supply + windscreen wiper Windscreen wiper park position Interval supply Earth Description

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GENERAL These vehicles are fitted with a passive safety system of the SRP type, comprising: – a driver's front air bag with an SRP inflatable bag, – a passenger's front air bag with an SRP inflatable bag, – front pretensioners, – rear pretensioners (pyrotechnic seat belt retractors) (depending on the version), – dedicated front seat belts with Renault Protection System, (400 daN) – a computer (75 tracks). – a fault warning light. WARNING: With this system (front SRP air bags), the seat belts are linked to the air bag function. The Renault Protection System is calibrated differently depending on whether the seat belts are to be fitted in front of an SRP air bag or not (always check the part number for each component before replacement). On these vehicles, it is strictly forbidden to fit SRP seat belts to a seat not fitted with an air bag, or to disconnect the air bag.

During a front impact of sufficient severity: the seatbelts restrain the driver and passenger. The pretensioners (front and rear) tighten the seat belts against the body. q The Renault Protection System (SRP) limits the force of the seat belt against the body. q The air bag cushions inflate: – from the centre of the steering wheel to protect the driver's head, – from the dashboard to protect the front passenger's head.
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WARNING: – Do not put covers on the front seats (except for Renault products). – Do not place objects in the air bag deployment area. – When working on the sill panel (on the bodywork, the seat belt retractor etc.), it is vital that you lock the air bag unit using a diagnostic tool and switch off the ignition. – For special points regarding removal and replacement of seat trims, it is essential to read the bodywork chapter.

NOTE: Certain connectors are fitted with a newgeneration 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 not enable the ignition line supply.

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Precautions during repair All operations on air bag and pretensioner systems must be carried out by qualified trained personnel. WARNING: Handling the pyrotechnic systems (pretensioners or air bags) near a source of heat or a flame is forbidden; there is a risk of triggering. The air bags have a pyrotechnic gas generator with an igniter and air bag which must not be separated. IMPORTANT: before removing an air bag pretensioner or computer, lock the computer using a diagnostic tool. When this function is activated, all the ignition lines are disabled and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel comes on. When a side air bag is triggered, the computer locks permanently and switches on the air bag warning light on the instrument panel. The computer must be replaced (certain components lose their nominal settings after the passage of the ignition power). After refitting everything, carry out a check using the diagnostic tool. If everything is in order, unlock the computer; otherwise, refer to the fault finding section. IMPORTANT: refer to section describing the Destruction procedure when scrapping a pyrotechnic system that has not been triggered. The computer contains sensitive components, so it must not be dropped.

Identification Vehicles fitted with front air bags are identified by: – labels located in the lower corners of the windscreen, on both sides, – by the wording SRP air bag in the centre of the steering wheel and on the dashboard. IMPORTANT: It is vital that pyrotechnic systems (pretensioners, front and side air bags) are checked using the diagnostic tools: – after an accident which has not caused activation, – after theft or attempted theft of the vehicle, – before selling a used vehicle.

Warning light on the instrument panel This warning light verifies correct operation of: q front pretensioners, q rear pyrotechnic seat belt retractors (depending on the version), q the front air bags, q the battery (checking the supply voltage). It should light up for a few seconds when the ignition is switched on, then go out (and remain out). If it does not light up when the ignition is switched on, or lights up when the vehicle is being driven, there is a fault in the system (see fault finding section). NOTE: under certain starting conditions, the warning light may come on briefly and then go out. WARNING: depending upon the type of computer, the air bag warning light may be controlled by a multiplexed connection.

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Operation of front pretensioners and air bags When the ignition is switched on, the air bag and pretensioner warning light comes on for a few seconds and then goes out. NOTE: the air bag warning light may come on because of low battery voltage. The computer is then in standby mode and will respond to vehicle decelerations using the signal measured by the integrated electronic decelerometer. 1 During a frontal impact of sufficient severity, the decelerometer triggers simultaneous ignition of the pretensioner gas generators after receiving confirmation of impact detection from the electronic safety sensor: If the frontal impact is more severe, the decelerometer waits for confirmation of the impact from the electronic safety sensor and then triggers ignition of the pyrotechnic gas generators on the front and side air bags.

Working on trigger wiring If a fault is detected on one of the wiring harness lines, the line must be replaced and not repaired. This safety equipment cannot be subjected to any conventional wiring or connector repair operations. As the ignition wiring for the air bags and pretensioners is incorporated into the passenger compartment wiring harness to facilitate repair, the method of replacing the wires is to cut the ends of the defective wire and to make the new wire follow the same routing by running it alongside the passenger compartment wiring harness.

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WARNING: when fitting the new wiring, make sure that it is not chafing and that its original integrity is maintained.

WARNING: When triggered, the pyrotechnic gas generator produces an explosion combined with light smoke. NOTE: The computer and ignition modules are normally fed from the vehicle battery. Nevertheless, a power reserve capacity is incorporated into the computer in case of battery failure on impact.

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COMPUTER These units consist of: – an electronic safety sensor for the front air bags and the pretensioners, – an electronic decelerometer for the front air bags and pretensioners, – an ignition circuit for the various pyrotechnic systems, – a power reserve for the various lines, – a fault finding and detected fault memory circuit, – a control circuit for the warning light on the instrument panel, – a K communication interface via the diagnostic socket, – a multiplex communication interface, – an impact detection connection. IMPORTANT: A computer must be locked using one of the diagnostic tools before it can be removed. When this function is activated, all the ignition lines are disabled and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel comes on (new computers are delivered in this state). NOTE: q 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. q After locking following an impact, it is possible to check the trigger lines supplied by the control reading breakdown contexts with the diagnostic tool.

Locking procedure Before removing the computer or before any operation on the air bag and pretensioner systems, it is vital that you lock the computer: Using the NXR, OPTIMA 5800 and CLIP tools only 1 Select the Renault vehicle fault finding menu, 2 Select and confirm the vehicle model 3 Select and confirm the system to be checked Air bag 4 Select the command menu. 5 Select and confirm the Set up (NXR) or Actuators (Clip) function, 6 Confirm the VP 006 Computer lockingline, 7 In the State menu, check that the unit is locked. The ET 073 Computer locked with tool state must be active and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel must be on (new computers are delivered in this state). NOTE: to unlock the computer, use the same method, but select the VP 007 Computer Unlocking line. The ET 073 Computer locked with tool state must not be active and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel must be off.

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Removal: The computer is located behind the centre console (right hand side). REMINDER: a computer must be unlocked using one of the diagnostic tools before it can be removed.

Refitting When refitting the computer, ensure that it is fitted the right way up and the right way round. The arrow must point towards the front of the vehicle.

Tighten the bolts to a torque setting of 0.8 daNm. WARNING: q The computer contains sensitive components, so it must not be dropped. q When working under the vehicle (exhaust system, bodywork, etc.), do not use a hammer or transmit impacts to the floor without having locked the computer using the diagnostic tool. q An electrical accessory retrofitted to the vehicle (speaker, alarm unit and any device which may generate a magnetic field), must not be placed in close proximity to the air bag/pretensioner computer.

Configuring the computers The new units which can be recognised by the title ACU3. on the fault finding tools (except XR25) are delivered as configured pyrotechnic seatbelt retractors. If this configuration is not carried out, the air bag warning light remains illuminated.

Using the NXR, OPTIMA 5800 and CLIP tools only 1 Select the Fault finding menu, 2 Select and confirm the vehicle model 3 Select and confirm the system to be checked Air bag 4 Select the Command menu, 5 Select and confirm the Settings line to change the trigger lines. 6 It is essential to check the result in the Reading settings menu.

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Connection Yellow 75 track connector Track 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 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 Description Not used + Passenger pretensioner (side) + Passenger pretensioner (central) Not used - Driver's front air bag + Driver's pretensioner - Passenger pretensioner (side) + Passenger's front air bag + after ignition Earth Not used Not used Fault finding line K - Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 1st row on the driver's side + Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 1st row on the passenger side - Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 2nd row on the driver's side + Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 2nd row on the passenger side Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used + Driver's front air bag + Driver's pretensioner + Passenger pretensioner (central) - Passenger's front air bag Not used Not used Not used CAN H multiplex link CAN L multiplex link + Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 1st row on the driver's side

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- Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 1st row on the passenger side + Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 2 nd row on the driver's side - Pyrotechnic seat belt retractor 2nd row on the passenger side Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used Not used

NOTE: the computer has a configuration allowing it to operate with a bench seat fitted with two pretensioners or one passenger's seat.

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SEAT BELT PRETENSIONER Description The vehicles are fitted: – with a pretensioner on the driver's seat, – with pretensioners on the passenger seat: – with an igniter if the vehicle is fitted with a single seat, – two igniters as standard if the vehicle is fitted with a two place bench seat, – with pretensioners to wind round the seat belts to the rear side places (depending on the version).

When it is triggered, the system is able to retract the seat belt catch by up to 100 mm (maximum)

Front pretensioners NOTE: this system is operational after the ignition has been turned on.

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Removal: IMPORTANT: Before removing a pretensioner, lock the computer using the diagnostic tool. When this function is activated, all the ignition lines are disabled and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel comes on. NOTE: removing pretensioners does not entail removal of the seats. IMPORTANT: refer to section describing the Destruction procedure when scrapping a pretensioner that has not been triggered (except for parts to be returned under warranty).

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Features of the driver's side The seat belt catch on the driver's side has an electrical contact which operates a warning light on the instrument panel to indicate that the belt is not fastened. To unclip the connector, remove the mounting bolts from the two buckle half-shells.

Features of the passenger side If the vehicle is fitted with a two seater bench seat, it has two pretensioners supplied in turn by the same trigger line (in series by the computer). Checking the computer configuration.

Refitting Follow the correct routing of the wiring and the wiring mounting points under the seat. Connect the pretensioner connector after fitting it and tightening it to a torque of 3.7 daNm. After replacing faulty parts and reconnecting the connectors, carry out a check using the diagnostic tool. If everything is in order, unlock the computer; otherwise, refer to the fault finding section.

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Rear pretensioners (pyrotechnic seat belt retractors) Removal: The pretensioners are fitted in the seat belt retractors. The rear linings need to be removed to remove them. Refer to the method described in the bodywork section.

SRP seatbelts The front seat belts are fitted with a specific programmed restraint system (SRP) (4 daN). In this equipment, the seat belts are linked to the air bag function. (The programmed restraint system is calibrated differently depending on whether or not the seat belts are fitted opposite an SRP air bag). When the pretensioners have been triggered the front seat belt or belts must always be replaced if they were being worn when pretensioning took place (if there is any doubt as to whether the belt was being worn it must be replaced). The physical stresses exerted on the buckle are transmitted to the inertia reel and may damage its mechanism.

Refitting Ensure that the wiring is correctly routed using the wiring attachment points. Tighten the mounting bolt to a torque setting of 3.7 daNm. After replacing faulty parts and reconnecting the connectors, carry out a check using the diagnostic tool. If everything is in order, unlock the computer; otherwise, refer to the fault finding section.

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DRIVER'S AIR BAG MODULE The driver's air bag is fitted with a specific air bag (cushion with SRP marking) linked to the seat belt opposite it. The Renault Protection System for the seat belt is calibrated specifically and is complementary to this type of air bag cushion. Description It is located in the steering wheel cushion. When triggered, the inflatable bag deploys by bursting through the steering wheel cover.

Insert a screwdriver into the opening (1) behind the steering wheel. Raise (2) the air bag in order to slide it out. Unclip the connector safety clips. Disconnect the two generator power supply connectors.

IMPORTANT: refer to section describing the Destruction procedure when scrapping an air bag that has not been triggered.

Refitting Removal: IMPORTANT: before removing an air bag cushion, lock the computer using the diagnostic tool. When this function is activated all the ignition lines are inhibited and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel lights up when the ignition is switched on. Note: when replacing an air bag after an impact, it is essential to replace the steering wheel and its mounting bolt (tightening torque: 4.4 daNm). Put the connector in place and lock it. Position the cushion on the steering wheel. Slide it backwards in order to clip it in place. IMPORTANT: After refitting everything, carry out a check using a diagnostic tool. If everything is in order, unlock the computer; otherwise, refer to the fault finding section.

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PASSENGER AIR BAG MODULE The passenger air bag (SRP) is fitted with a two-stage air bag linked to the seat belt opposite it. The Renault Protection System for the seat belt is calibrated specifically and is complementary to this type of air bag cushion. Removal The module is attached to the instrument panel opposite the front passenger but does not need to be removed. IMPORTANT: before removing a passenger air bag module, lock the computer using a diagnostic tool. When this function is activated, all the ignition lines are disabled and the air bag warning light on the instrument panel comes on. Remove the mounting bolts.

IMPORTANT: When the passenger air bag is triggered, the consequent deformation and damage caused to the attachments always requires replacement of the dashboard. Do not forget to affix the label on the side of the new dashboard forbidding a rear facing child/baby seat to be fitted on the passenger seat with the back in the direction of travel (label available in the collection with part no. 77 01 206 809).

IMPORTANT: refer to section describing the Destruction procedure when scrapping an air bag that has not been triggered.

Refitting Carry out the refitting operation in the reverse order to removal, observing the correct torque values for the mounting bolts. q bolt (1) to 2 N.m q bolt (2) to 8 N.m IMPORTANT: q Check for foreign bodies (bolts, clips, etc.) when fitting the air bag module. q On the module side, make sure the connector is properly clipped (powerful clip) and locate the safety lock. q Attach a blue adhesive Tamperproof system warning light label sold under part no. 77 01 040 153 (other vehicles). Check the module using the diagnostic tool. If everything is in order, unlock the computer; otherwise, refer to the fault finding section.

Disconnect the connector.

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DESTRUCTION PROCEDURE WARNING: Do not carry this out if local regulations require a special procedure which is confirmed and circulated by the Diagnostic and Repair Methods Department. 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. Tool Elé. 1287 and cables Elé. 1287-01 and Elé. 1287-02 must be used.

Destruction of the part fitted to the vehicle Move the vehicle outside the workshop. Connect the destruction tool 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. 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.

IMPORTANT: do not reuse the pyrotechnic components as replacement parts. The pretensioners or air bags on a vehicle which are to be scrapped must always be completely destroyed.

NOTE: If detonation is impossible (faulty igniter), return the part in the packaging of the new part to ITG (Service 0429). Destruction of the part removed from the vehicle

Pretensioners WARNING: Do not trigger pretensioners which are to be returned under warranty because of a problem with the seat belt catch. This makes analysis of the part by the supplier impossible. Return the part in the packaging of the new part.

Proceed in the same way as for the driver's air bag in a stack of old tyres (see below).

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Front air bag The part must be removed from the vehicle for destruction. Carry out the operation outside the workshop. After connecting the appropriate wiring, set the air bag cushion on two blocks of wood to avoid damaging the connector against the ground.

Cover the whole with a stack of four old tyres.

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 air bag cushion. Connect the two supply wires on the tool to a battery. After checking that there is no-one nearby, destroy the air bag by pressing the two buttons on the tool simultaneously. NOTE: if triggering is impossible (faulty ignition module), return the part in the packaging of the replacement part to the warranty department.

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