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I DASHBOARD

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DASHBOARD I

1 Storage drawer 14 Tachometer / Automatic 25 Optional function controls.


(right and left). gearbox display.
26 Horn.
2 Side window demister vent 15 Signalling conrmation
(right and left). warning lamps. 27 Optional function controls.
3 Loudspeaker (Tweeter) 16 Drivers airbag. 28 Steering column adjustment
(right and left). lever.
17 Radio-CD controls.
4 Passengers airbag.
29 Air conditioning or heating/
18 Controls: ventilation.
5 Control for central locking of

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Windscreen wiper.
doors and boot.
Screen wash. 30 Gear lever.
6 Multifunction display. Rear screen wiper.
Trip computer. 31 12 volt accessory socket
7 Centre air vents. (150 W max.).
19 Controls:
8 Controls: ESP. 32 Cigar lighter.
Trip mileage recorder reset Parking assistance.
button. Lane Departure Warning
33 Handbrake.
Dashboard lighting. System.
Display of alerts and Status Anti-intrusion alarm.
of functions. 34 Ashtray.
20 Lateral air vent
9 Instrument panel. (right and left). 35 Radio-CD or NaviDrive radio
navigation.
10 Hazard lamps control. 21 Headlamps adjustment.
36 Carrier bag hook.
11 Scented air freshener.
22 Controls:
Rear view mirrors. 37 Key-operated switch:
12 Controls: Passengers airbag
Lighting. Windows.
Direction indicators. Child safety. activation/deactivation.
Front foglamps.
Foglamps. 23 Oddments poket. 38 Lower glovebox.
Fuse box access.
13 Controls for speed limiter and 24 Steering lock and ignition
cruise control. switch. 39 Bonnet release lever. 5
I TA C H O M E T E R
Display of engine speed
(during the running-in period, see Running-in)
and display of gear engaged and automatic gearbox status
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Approaching maximum engine speed, the screen changes from orange


to red, to indicate the necessity to engage a higher gear.

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I N S T R U M E N T PA N E L I

On opening of the drivers door or Central display


unlocking with the remote control, 1 Fuel gauge
for approx. 30 seconds there is
activation of the instrument panel 2 Range
and rev counter and display of the 3 Trip mileage recorder
mileage counters and if applicable 4 Speed limiter and cruise control settings
the maintenance symbol. 5 Speed indicator
6 Maintenance indicator, on switching on ignition, then total mileage
counter
7 Checking the engine oil level
8 Coolant temperature

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Display of warning Trip mileage Display of alerts Display of warning
lamps recorder reset and Status of lamps
button functions

Display lighting rheostat


With vehicle lamps on, press to adjust.
If after increasing the brightness you wish to reduce it, you have rst to increase it to the maximum then release.
Next you can reduce the brightness.
And vice versa. 7
I FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS
STEERING WHEEL

Controls for speed limiter Audio system controls


and cruise control
Lighting
and signalling
warning lamps
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Optional function controls Multifunction


Horn display controls

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FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS I
STEERING WHEEL
Controls for speed limiter Audio system controls
and cruise control

See Chapter IV
or your NaviDrive
30/33 instructions

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Activation of speed
Selection of cruise limiter and Deactivation /
control or speed Reactivation of cruise Search of higher Scrolling of
limiter control and speed limiter frequencies memorised stations

To decrease To increase To increase To decrease Mute


the speed / To the speed / To the sound the sound
activate cruise activate cruise volume volume
control control

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I FIXED CENTRED CONTROLS
STEERING WHEEL
Optional function controls Multifunction display controls

Starting voice
Display recognition Validation of the function selected or
lighting of the value modied
rheostat (See Chapter IV
or your NaviDrive Pick up / hang up
instructions) (See Chapter IV or your NaviDrive instructions)
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Air recirculation
Access to the Scrolling in the
Main menu* multifunction
display
84-86
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50-57

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Telephone Personal button: Selection of type of infor- To cancel the current


pick-up / - Black panel (default function), mation displayed on the operation or to return to
hang-up or right of the screen (radio, the previous screen
(See Chapter IV trip computer, naviga-
or your NaviDrive - Interior lamp switching on / off, tion / guidance, etc.) and
instructions) or for screen A, choice of
- Log of alerts, or activation / deactivation of * In compliance with
Display of the national legislation in
Directory - Status of functions your functions and choice
of your adjustments some countries the
menu For display of the personalisation Menu control is deac-
(See Chapter IV menu relating to this button, give tivated during driving.
or your NaviDrive a long press on it.
10 instructions)
WARNING LAMPS I

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Lighting and signalling warning lamps

LH direction indicator RH direction indicator Foglamps (rear)


See Signalling See Signalling See Signalling

All the direction indicators ash simultaneously when the hazard Foglamps (front)
warning lamps are switched on. See Signalling

Sidelamps Dipped beam Main beam


See Signalling See Signalling See Signalling
If this warning lamp ashes,
it is indicating a malfunctioning of
the directional headlamps.
Contact a CITRON dealer.
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I WARNING LAMPS
Imperative stop Front RH seat belt not Front passengers
warning lamp fastened airbag deactivation
When the warning When you switch on the warning lamp
lamp comes on, it is ignition, the warning lamp See Airbags.
imperative to stop the vehicle and remains on if the front passenger
switch off the engine. Contact a seat belt is not fastened. It goes
CITRON dealer. out when the engine is running,
This lamp is accompanied by a doors closed, after 30 seconds. Front / side airbag fault
STOP symbol on the display. Then it comes on, if the belt is warning lamp
Warning lamp for not fastened, while the vehicle is See Airbags.
handbrake, brake moving at up to 20 km/h (approx.
12 mph).
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uid level and braking


distribution fault. Above 20 km/h (12 mph), the
When the engine is running, this warning lamp ashes for around
120 seconds. Anti-lock Braking
warning lamp indicates that the System
handbrake is applied or incom-
pletely released, that the brake The ABS warning lamp
uid level is insufcient, or that the lights when the ignition is
braking system is malfunctioning. switched on and should go out
after a few seconds.
If the warning lamp remains lit
when the handbrake is released, If the warning lamp does not go
stop immediately and contact a out, there may be a system mal-
Rear seat belts not fastened function. (See Brakes).
CITRON Dealer. (See Brakes). Operation is identical to that of
the front passengers seat belt
warning lamp.
Front LH seat belt not
fastened Diesel Preheater
This lamp comes on if the See the instructions for
LH seat belt is not fastened starting the engine.
when the ignition is switched on Refer to Chapter II Starting.
and while the vehicle is moving at Doors open detection
up to 20 km/h (approx. 12 mph). This warning lamp, when
Above 20 km/h (12 mph), the the engine is running,
warning lamp ashes for around comes on if a door, the
120 seconds. Then it remains on. bonnet and/or the boot is
open.
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WARNING LAMPS I

SERVICE warning Child safety warning Low fuel level warning


lamp lamp lamp
This warning lamp At each activation, either When the fuel tank is full,
remains on for a manual or via the window all the indicator bars are
serious fault. control panel, this lamp lights up illuminated.
Contact a CITRON dealer as and then goes out approx. 10 sec- If the fuel low warning lamp comes
soon as possible onds after the engine is started. on, there remain around 7 litres of
The lamp stays on only for a short fuel in the tank and 2 or 3 bars will
time for a minor fault. ash in the instrument panel.
Contact a CITRON dealer if If the last bar disappears, there
necessary. are only around 2 litres of fuel in

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the tank.
To learn the origin of the corre- ESP/ASR warning lamp
sponding alert message, refer to In operation
the Log of alerts (see chapter II)
or your NaviDrive instructions. When either the ESP or
ASR system is brought into
operation, the ESP/ASR warning
lamp ashes.
Depollution system Foot-on-brake
warning lamp In the event of a problem starting warning lamp
If it ashes or lights up When the vehicle is moving, the for (6 speed) Electronic
while you are driving, this lighting of the ESP/ASR warning Gearbox System
indicates a depollution system lamp indicates that the system is During the engine starting phase,
operating fault. malfunctioning. this ashes if you are not pressing
Urgently consult a CITRON Contact a CITRON dealer. the brake pedal.
Dealer. See (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox
Deactivation System.
Illumination of the ESP/ASR warn- This warning lamp may ash in the
ing lamp and of the ESP control, instrument panel to remind you to
means that the system is deacti- apply the brake when engaging
vated. reverse gear.
See ESP.

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I SIGNALLING
Sound signal for lamps left on
This is heard when the drivers
door is opened, ignition switched
off, to indicate that lamps are still
on.
It stops when the door is closed,
the lamps are switched off, or the
ignition is switched on.
This signal is inactive if the auto-
matic lighting / guide-me-home
Hazard warning lamps headlamps are activated.
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Simultaneous operation of the


direction indicators.
Direction indicators Only use these if there is dan-
Left: move the stalk downwards. ger, for example when you have
Right: move the stalk upwards. to stop suddenly or in unusual
driving conditions.
Movement of the steering wheel
returns the stalk to the off position They also operate without the igni-
automatically. tion being on.

Emergency lighting of hazard


warning lamps
Headlamp ash Sudden vehicle deceleration
Pull the stalk towards you to ash automatically causes the hazard
headlamps. warning lamps to activate.
The headlamp ash operates These cease automatically when
even with the ignition off. you reaccelerate or manually if
you press the hazard warning
lamps control on the dashboard.
Horn
Press at the bottom of the steering
wheel xed hub.
The direction indicators will not work when
the hazard warning lamps are in use.

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SIGNALLING I

To activate this function, place Guide-me-home lighting


1 A control A on position 2. This function lights your head-
Do not cover the brightness lamps, for example to illuminate
2 sensor, which is visible from your exit from a car park.
the outside of the windscreen, This function is activated:
3 behind the interior rear view
mirror. Manually by pulling the light-
ing stalk towards you, ignition
Turn the barrel A forward. switched off.
4 Automatically, provided that:
Sidelamps on - the automatic headlamp light-
ing has been activated,

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Lighting control switch - the guide-me-home lighting
1 Stop Turn the barrel A forward. has been activated. For this,
2 Automatic lighting select in the Main menu,
Dipped beams / then in Personalisation-
3 Sidelamps Conguration, the lighting and
main beams on
4 Dipped beam / Main beam signalling sub-menu and then
activate the function.
Pull the stalk towards you to
change from dipped beam to main See chapter Multifunction dis-
All lighting off beam and vice versa. play
Note: It is possible to
Turn the barrel A forward. modify the duration of the guide-
me-home lighting (approx. 60,
30 or 15 seconds) in the menu
Automatic lighting of Personalisation-Conguration.
headlamps
For screen A, the duration is
Sidelamps and dipped beams xed.
come on automatically in condi-
tions of poor ambient light or
when the wipers are in continuous
operation.
They go out as soon as the light
is again sufcient or approx. 38/50-57
5 minutes after the wipers have
stopped.
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I SIGNALLING
For a vehicle equipped with
A front and rear foglamps:
- 1 touch forwards: switches on
front foglamps.
- 2nd touch forwards: switches on
rear foglamps.
- 1 touch rearwards: switches off
rear foglamps.
- 2nd touch rearwards: switches
off front foglamps.
Note:
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The rear foglamps must only be


Vehicles equipped with used when visibility is severely Headlamps adjustment
FRONT FOGLAMPS AND reduced (fog, snow). You are advised to adjust the aim
REAR FOGLAMPS of the headlamps in accordance
(Ring A) with vehicle load.
In the dashboard on the right hand
side of the steering column.
0 Empty
They operate when
sidelamps, dipped 1 Lightly laden
beams or main beams 2 Half laden
are switched on. 3 Fully laden
Note: Vehicles equipped with
Xenon headlamps have automatic
For a vehicle equipped with headlamp adjustment as a func-
rear foglamps: tion of vehicle load.
- 1 touch forwards: switches on
rear foglamps.
- 1 touch rearwards: switches off
rear foglamps.
In conditions of poor visibility, if the ambient brightness does not
trigger the automatic lighting, it is up to you to switch on your
dipped beams manually, as well as your foglamps.

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SCREEN WIPE I

Position I: The timing of the intermittent wipe adjusts automatically to the


speed of the vehicle.
Position 1 or 2: when stationary, the windscreen wiper speed automati-
cally reduces.
As a safety precaution, the wiper system is deactivated approx.
1 minute after the ignition has been switched off.
On switching the ignition back on, to reactivate the function:
- return to the Stop position,
- change to the position desired.

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Vehicle tted with a rain sensor.
Press downwards: Automatic wipe activated.
Windscreen wiper stalk
2 Fast speed Note: A press downwards triggers a single wipe, but without deactivating
automatic wipe.
1 Normal speed
I Intermittent Deactivation of automatic wipe:
0 Stop - Go to position I then return to position 0 or,
- Stop the engine.
Press downward for: WARNING:
- automatic wipe, Do not cover the rain sensor, which is visible from the outside of the
- single wipe. wind-screen, behind the interior rear view mirror.
For vehicle washing, it is essential to switch off the ignition or deactivate
the automatic wipe.

As a safety precaution,
the wiper system is deacti-
vated approx.
1 minute after the ignition
has been switched off.
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I SCREEN WIPE
B - Rear screen wiper Changing the wiper blades
The wipers should be stopped in
the maintenance position (dur-
To deactivate ing replacement).
For this, switch off the ignition
B then, within one minute, action the
wiper stalk. The wipers will posi-
Intermittent rear wipe. tion themselves to the centre of
the windscreen.
After replacement, the wipers
A resume their normal position once
Timed rear screen wash /
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the ignition has been switched on


wipe. and there is an action on the wiper
A - Windscreen washer stalk.
To operate the windscreen wash,
pull the wiper stalk towards you.
Screen wash is accompanied by
a timed screen wipe, the head- Automatic operation
lamp wash also operates if dipped This function is active when the
beams are switched on. windscreen wipers are operating
and you engage reverse gear.
Activation / deactivation of this
function is possible in the menu
Personalisation - Conguration 51/54
of the Main menu.
Deactivation may be necessary
when a bicycle-carrier is installed
on the tailgate.

Always check that the windscreen and rear screen wipers can
operate freely, for example if tting a bicycle carrier,
or in freezing temperatures.
Remove any accumulation of snow from
the base of the windscreen.
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S E AT B E LT H E I G H T A D J U S T M E N T I
STEERING COLUMN ADJUSTMENT
A

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Seat belt height adjustment Holding the seat belt Both the height and reach of the
(5-door model) (3-door model) steering wheel can be adjusted.
The correct positioning for the Raise then lock part A, to retain With the vehicle at rest, rst
seat belt anchorage is mid-shoul- the seat belt buckle when it is adjust the seat to the most suitable
der height (see chapter USER unfastened. position, then adjust the position
PRECAUTIONS). It is necessary to remove the of the steering wheel.
To adjust it, pinch the control and seat belt from the buckle retainer See Driving position.
slide it in the desired direction. before moving the seat to access Unlock the steering by pulling the
the rear seat positions. control towards you. Adjust the
steering wheel position then lock
by pushing the control fully down-
wards.
If you press rmly downwards on
your steering wheel after locking,
you may hear a slight click. The
steering is then in its denitive
position.

As a matter of safety, these actions should not be attempted


when the vehicle is moving.
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I F R O N T S E AT S

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3 2

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F R O N T S E AT S I

Manual adjustments
Head restraint
1
To raise, pull upwards. To lower, press on the unlocking button and on the head restraint. The
adjustment is correct when the upper edge of the restraint is level with the top of your head. The
head restraint is also angle-adjustable.
To remove, press on the unlocking button and pull upwards.
Note: Never drive the vehicle without the head restraints tted.
Reach
2
Lift the control bar and adjust to the desired position.

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Lumbar supports
3
Turn the control and adjust to the desired position.

Drivers seat height


4
Raise or lower the control the number of times required to obtain the desired position.

Backrest angle
5
Use the control A to adjust the backrest angle.
It is possible to recline the backrest to an angle of 45 by tilting it until it locks; press the control to
unlock.

Access to the rear seats


6
To access or exit the rear seat positions, tilt the control 6 towards the front to fold the front seat
back-rest and slide the front seat forwards.
Afterwards the front seat will revert to its initial position.
Make sure that the seat is securely locked in place.
Note: This control holds the seat belt in position (see preceding page). 21
I F R O N T S E AT S
Electrically operated
adjustments
Adjustment of seat height,
angle and reach
1
2 Adjustment of backrest
angle and lumbar support

Heated seats
or lower the front of control 1 to make the front of the seat
Raise
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The front seats can be heated


cushion higher or lower. independently. Use the controls
placed on the sides of the seats,
turning them to select one of three
Raise or lower the rear of control 1 to make the seat higher or heating levels:
lower. 0: Stop.
1: Gentle heat.
2: Medium heat.
Action control 1 to the front or to the rear to move the seat for- 3: Strong heat.
ward or back.
The seat temperature will adjust
accordingly.

the top of control 2 forward or back to adjust the backrest Note: The heated seats will only
Push
angle. operate when the engine is run-
ning.

or lower control 2 to increase or decrease the lumbar sup-


Raise
port.

Note: The seats can still be moved on a temporary basis:


- when opening one of the front doors.
- after switching off the ignition.

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F R O N T S E AT S I

M
2
1

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Memorisation of driving positions
You have the possibility to memorise two driving positions, via the buttons M/1 and M/2.
Memorisation using the buttons
To memorise, using the buttons located on the side of the seat:
- turn the ignition key to the drive position (2nd notch),
- adjust your seat and your exterior rear view mirrors,
- press on button M then immediately on button 1 rst driving position or on button 2 second driving posi-
tion.
The memorisation is recognised by an audible signal. Memorising of a new position cancels the previous one.
Recall of a memorised driving position
Vehicle stopped (ignition on or engine running)
- Press briey on button 1 or 2 to recall the corresponding memorised position.
Note: after ve consecutive recalls of a memorised position, this function will be deactivated until the engine is
started.
Vehicle moving
- Keep button 1 or 2 pressed to recall the corresponding memorised position.

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I INTERIOR REAR VIEW MIRROR

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1
Manual interior mirror Automatic photochromic Permit holder
The lever on the lower edge ena- interior rear view mirror The athermic windscreen incorpo-
bles you to place the rear view This provides an automatic and rates a zone located either side of
mirror in either of two positions: progressive changing between the rear view mirror base, to allow
Day position: the lever is not vis- day use and night use. the reading of access cards (e.g.
ible. To avoid causing dazzle, the mirror motorway toll passes).
Night position (antidazzle): the automatically becomes darker as
lever is visible. a function of the intensity of light
coming from the rear. It becomes
lighter as soon as brightness
diminishes, thus ensuring optimal
vision.
To operate
Switch on the ignition and press
control 1.
- Warning lamp 2 on: automatic
mode.
- Warning lamp 2 off: automatic
mode stopped. The mirror
remains in its lightest denition.
Note: for optimal vision, the mir-
ror lightens automatically when
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DOOR MIRRORS I

Fold-back of door mirrors Adjustment of the indexed


When the vehicle is parked, the positions for the passengers
door mirrors can be folded back and drivers rear view mirrors
either manually or electrically. With the engine running:
1 - Select the rear view mirror using
Electric fold-back
2 control 1.
From the central position, one - Engage reverse gear, the mirror
press towards the rear on control 1 glass automatically positions
folds the rear view mirrors back. itself to improve your vision of
To return them to the initial posi- the pavement.
tion, press again on the control - If necessary, adjust the mirror to
towards the rear.

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your preference using the elec-
Automatic fold-back tric control 2.
Adjustment of rear view
mirrors Automatic fold-back operates Deactivation of the rear view
Functions with ignition switched when you lock the doors with the mirror indexing function
on. remote control. To deactivate the function, move
From the drivers position, The opposite movement applies control 1 to the central position.
select the rear view mirror via when you unlock the doors, except
the control 1, then adjust in the if you operated fold-back before
four directions by moving the switching off the ignition.
control 2. Note: Automatic fold-back of the
Deicing of rear view mirrors is rear view mirrors can be deac-
coupled with electric demisting of tivated. Consult your CITRON
the rear screen. dealer.

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I WINDOWS
Anti-pinch device
An anti-pinch device stops the window from rising. If it meets an obstacle,
it goes back down.
After a battery disconnection or in the event of a malfunction, you
have to re-initialise the anti-pinch function:
- Lower the window fully using the control, then close. It will rise only a few
centimetres.
- Press repeatedly on the control until the window is fully closed.
Warning: During this operation, the anti-pinch protection does not work.
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Electric operation Child safety


The driver uses the controls This prevents the rear windows from being operated, and the rear
located on the door to operate the doors from being opened, from the rear seat positions.
vehicles electric windows.
It is activated by means of a press on control A located on the
Note: the electric windows can electric windows control panel. The warning lamp in the instrument
also be operated for a limited panel lights up for approx. 10 seconds.
time after the ignition has been Each time the ignition is switched on, the warning lamp comes on for
switched off (including after the approx. 10 seconds.
front doors have been opened). Opening of the doors from the outside and operation of the rear electric
Sequential control windows remain possible from the front of the vehicle.
An action on the control to the rst
notch causes a window move- ALWAYS PAY ATTENTION TO WHERE CHILDREN ARE WHEN
ment which stops as soon as the OPENING OR CLOSING WINDOWS.
control is released. An action on - Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle, even for short
the control to the second notch periods.
causes the window to close or - If the driver is operating the passengers electric window control, the driver
open fully, a further press on the should ensure that no passenger is obstructing the window from closing.
control stops the movement.
- The driver should check that the electric windows are used properly by the
passengers.
- Should there be any risk of a person becoming trapped by a window clos-
ing, you should immediately reverse the window movement. To do this,
reverse the position of the control concerned.
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I CRUISE CONTROL

A
3 4

Accelerate to the desired speed, Note: you can use successive


2 then press button 2 or button presses to modify the cruise
4. The cruise speed will then speed in steps of 1 km/h and a
This driving assistance function be memorised and displayed in continuous press to jump in steps
allows you to drive at the speed
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zone A on the instrument panel. of 5 km/h.


of your choce without the need to
action the accelerator. It is avail-
able at speeds above 40 km/h To exceed the cruise speed
(25 mph), in the higher gears only. temporarily
Control A for cruise control is While cruise control is in use, it is
located below the lighting/signal- always possible to go above the
ling stalk. cruise speed simply by pressing
the accelerator pedal (for exam-
Note: Information relating to the You can then release the accel- ple to overtake another vehicle).
cruise control is displayed in erator pedal. The vehicle will The speed displayed in zone A
zone A of the instrument panel. automatically keep to that chosen ashes.
speed.
To select the function You have only to release the acce-
Turn control 1 to position REG. Note: The vehicle speed may vary lator pedal to return to your cruise
slightly from that memorised. speed.
Note: if during cruise control the
To select a cruising speed Adjustment of the memorised system cannot keep to the cruise
speed while cruise control is in speed (e.g. on a steep descent),
At the time you select the func- then the speed ashes. If neces-
tion via the control 1, there is no operation
sary, brake to curb your speed.
cruise speed previously memo- To adjust the memorised speed,
rised: displayed in zone A, press on:
- button 4 to increase the speed,
- button 2 to decrease the speed.

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CRUISE CONTROL I

To cancel the function


3 4 - by moving the control from posi-
tion REG to position 0.
1 - by stopping the engine.
The cruise speed chosen pre-
viously is no longer memorised.
In the event of a malfunction, a
2 message is displayed, accompa-
nied by a sound signal and lighting
of the SERVICE warning lamp.
Deactivation of cruise control Reactivation of cruise control Consult your CITRON dealer.

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with memorised speed - by recalling the memorised
- Either by pressing the brake speed:
pedal or the clutch pedal. Following a deactivation,
- Or with a press on button 3. press on button 3. Your vehicle
- Or when ESP or ASR is active. automatically resumes the mem-
orised cruise speed displayed in
Note: cruise control is disengaged zone A.
when the gear lever is in neutral - by selecting the current
position. speed:
These actions bring up the display Press on button 2 or 4 as soon
OFF in zone A in the instrument as the desired speed is reached.
panel. The information OFF will then
These actions do not cancel your disappear from zone A.
cruise speed which remains dis-
played on the instrument panel.

Cruise control must only be used where road


conditions permit driving at a constant speed.
Do not use it on congested roads or when
weather and road conditions are poor.
The driver must still remain attentive and in
complete control of the vehicle.
You are recommended to keep your feet within
range of the pedals.
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I SPEED LIMITER

3 A
4

2 To adjust the maximum speed Activation of the maximum


Provided the engine is running, speed
you can adjust the memorised When the desired maximum
This driving assistance device maximum speed, with short or speed is displayed, press button 3
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allows you to select a maximum long presses on: to activate the limitation.
speed that you wish not to exceed. - button 4 to increase the memo- The information OFF then dis-
This has to be a speed greater rised maximum speed, appears from zone A.
than 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).
- button 2 to decrease the memo- While the function is active, press-
The speed limiter controls are rised maximum speed. ing the accelerator pedal will not
located on the steering wheel. enable you to go beyond the pro-
Note: successive presses modify grammed speed unless you press
Note: The information relating the memorised speed in steps
to the limiter is displayed in the pedal hard down past the tight
of 1 km/h (1 mph), a continuous spot (see Temporary exceeding
zone A of the instrument panel. press in steps of 5 km/h (3 mph). of the maximum speed).
To select the function
Turn control 1 to position LIM.
On selection of the function, the
last speed memorised and the
information OFF will appear:

Note: The vehicle speed may vary


slightly from that memorised.

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SPEED LIMITER I

Deactivation of the maximum Temporary override of the


speed maximum speed
Press button 3. You can exceed the memorised
The information OFF will appear maximum speed at any time by
on the instrument panel screen. pressing the accelerator pedal
hard down past the tight spot.
This action does not cancel the
memorised maximum speed, During the time the limit speed
which remains displayed in zone A is being exceeded, the displayed
of the instrument panel. speed ashes.
You have only to release the
accelerator pedal to return below To stop the function

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the maximum speed, thus keep-
ing the function active. - move the control from position
LIM to position 0.
Note: if during speed limitation, - or stop the engine.
the system cannot keep to the
maximum speed (especially on a The speed that you chose is
steep descent or if you accelerate memorised.
too hard) the speed ashes. Adapt In the event of a malfunction, a
your speed as necessary. message is displayed, accompa-
The function will re-engage when nied by a sound signal and lighting
your speed has returned below of the SERVICE warning lamp.
the desired maximum. Consult your CITRON dealer.

A oor carpet not recommended by CITRON risks sliding under


the accelerator pedal, thus preventing you from pressing past the
tight spot.
It will then be impossible to exit from the desired limitation,
unless by acting on the steering wheel control.
The driver must still remain attentive and in complete control of
the vehicle.
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I 6-SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
The 6-speed electronic gearbox offers you a choice of two driving modes :
- automatic mode,
- manual mode, with two methods of control : the controls under the steering wheel and the gear selector on the
central console.
For each of these two modes, a Sport option, corresponding to a more dynamic driving style, is also available.

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Reverse gear
IN BRIEF

Neutral
When the vehicle is mov-
ing, do not select this
position, even momentarily.

Automatic mode

Sport option

Manual mode

Manual gear changing using the selector : or Manual gear changing using the controls
- push the selector to change up a gear, under the steering wheel:
- pull the selector to change down a gear. An action on one of the controls under the steering
wheel + or - gives you an immediate change
of gear.

Note : During heavy acceleration, a higher gear will not engage if the driver does not action
the gear selector or the controls under the steering wheel.
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6-SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM I

Starting the vehicle Engaging reverse gear


- To start the engine, the gear Only engage reverse gear when
selector has to be in position N. the vehicle is completely station-
- Press the brake pedal. ary.
- Action the starter. When the vehicle is moving at
- When the engine is running, very low speed, if reverse gear is
select R, A or M as required. requested (position R), this will
be taken into account only when
- Check the position you have the vehicle stops.
engaged in the rev counter.
The foot on brake warning
lamp may ash in the instrument

IN BRIEF
Note : If the vehicle has been panel to remind you to brake.
stationary for a long time, or if you If vehicle is moving at high speed
have pressed the brake pedal a and reverse gear is requested, Temporary manual mode
number of times while stationary, the warning lamp N will ash In automatic mode, a touch on the
it will be necessary to press the and your vehicle will go automati- controls under the steering wheel
brake pedal hard down in order to cally into neutral. To re-engage a + or - lets you change gear
authorise the engine to start. gear, you have only to return the immediately.
gear selector to position A or M.
The warning lamp AUTO
remains displayed in the rev coun-
Note : A sound signal indicates ter.
when reverse gear is engaged. In the absence of any new action,
If parking assistance is deacti- automatic mode reactivates
vated, the sound signal for reverse depending on the driving condi-
gear engaged is absent. tions.

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I H I L L S TA R T A S S I S T
(with 6 speed electronic gearbox system)
To aid starting on a gradient, your
vehicle is equipped with a system
which keeps it temporarily immo-
bilised.
It keeps the brakes applied for a
brief moment, precisely the time
taken for moving your foot from
the brake pedal to the accelerator
pedal.
This function is only active
when the vehicle has been com-
pletely stationary, with your foot
IN BRIEF

on the brake pedal, in particular


conditions on a slope.
On an ascending slope, with the On a descending slope, pro-
Note : vehicle stationary, the vehicle vided the vehicle is stationary
The hill start assist function can- is held for a brief moment when and reverse gear is engaged,
not be deactivated. you release the brake pedal, the vehicle is held for a brief
provided you are in A or M. moment when you release the
brake pedal.

Display of these warning lamps


indicates a malfunctioning of the
hill start assist function.

Warning : do not exit the vehicle during the hill start assist phase.
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REMOTE

Central unlocking
D A short press on button B unlocks your vehicle. II
A This operation is conrmed by the rapid ashing of the direction indicators
and the lighting of the interior lamp (if the function is activated). It can also
B deploy the exterior rear view mirrors.

C Central locking - Closing of windows - Deadlocking


- A short press on button A locks your vehicle.
Note: The simultaneous use of - A long press on button A locks your vehicle and closes the windows.
other high frequency equipment
(mobile telephones, domestic This operation is conrmed by the direction indicators illuminating for
alarms...) may momentarily hinder approx. two seconds and by the interior lamp switching off. This also folds
the operation of the remote con- the exterior rear view mirrors.
trol. If any of the doors, or the boot, is open or not properly closed, central
In the event of a permanent fault, locking does not operate.
the remote control should be reini- For vehicles equipped with deadlocking, two successive presses on
tialised. (See next page). button A deadlock the vehicle. It is then impossible to open the doors from
either inside or outside the vehicle.

It is dangerous to operate the deadlocking when a person is in


the vehicle as unlocking is impossible from the inside
(without the remote control).
When closing the windows using the remote control,
the user should make sure that nobody is obstructing
the windows from shutting properly.
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REMOTE CONTROL

Guide-me-home lighting Changing the remote control battery


II A press on button C operates the Unclip the cover to gain access to the battery.
guide-me-home lighting (illumina- Battery: CR 0523: 3V.
tion of the sidelamps and dipped
beams for approx. one minute). Re-initialisation of the remote control
A second press prior to the end of After a change of battery, it is necessary to re-initialise the remote control.
this timing cancels the guide-me- To do that, switch on the ignition and immediately action button A on your
home lighting. remote control to trigger the action desired. This may take some ten sec-
onds.
Locating of the vehicle
To locate the vehicle on a carpark, Note: Make a careful note of the numbers for the keys and for the remote
press button A, the interior lamps control on the ASSISTANCE card. Keep this in a safe place.
come on and the direction indica- Do not throw away the old batteries. They should be returned to the
tors ash for a few seconds. The CITRON dealer or deposited in a recognised recycling facility (cam-
vehicle remains locked. era shops etc.).
Folding and ejection of the key
Button D is for folding and eject-
ing the key from its housing in the
remote control.
If you do not press on button D,
you could damage the mecha-
nism.

Except when reinitialising, the remote control cannot function


while the key is in the ignition, even when switched off.
Warning: By inadvertently actioning the remote control, when for
Take care not to place the example it is in your pocket, you can unlock the vehicle without
remote control in contact your realising it.
with grease or dust, or leave However, if none of the doors is opened within thirty seconds
it in the rain or in a damp following an unlocking, the doors will automatically relock.
environment. Warning: There a is a risk of damage if the replacement battery is
A hard object also on the not the correct one.
key ring, pressing on the key Only use batteries that are identical or equivalent to those
while it is in the ignition, can approved by CITRON.
cause a malfunction.
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KEYS

Central locking using the key


A brief action with the key locks the vehicle. II
Deadlocking: Central locking using the key
A second action straightaway with the key deadlocks the vehicle. It is then
impossible to open the doors from either inside or outside the vehicle. A
long action with the key closes the windows.
Note: With the vehicle stationary and the engine switched off, locking is
signalled by the ashing of the interior locking control warning lamp.
If any of the doors, or the boot, is open or not properly closed, central
locking does not operate.
Electronic immobiliser
Electronic immobiliser key
The ELECTRONIC IMMOBILISER device locks the engine supply sys-
The key operates all the vehicles tem.
locks as well as the ignition.
The system activates automatically as the key is removed from the igni-
Note: For safety reasons, a buzzer tion.
will sound if you have switched All the vehicles keys contain an electronic immobiliser device.
off the ignition and opened the
drivers door without previously After you switch on the ignition, a dialogue starts between the key and
removing the ignition key. the electronic immobiliser device. The metallic part of the key must be
correctly deployed in order to ensure a successful dialogue.
The key can be used to deactivate
the front passengers airbag (see If the key is not recognised, starting is not possible.
Airbag). If this occurs, leave your vehicle immobilised and contact a CITRON
dealer.

It is dangerous to operate the deadlocking when a person


is in the vehicle as unlocking is impossible from the inside
(without the remote control).
The key number is on the label attached to the key.
Should you lose your key or remote control, the CITRON dealer
network can supply replacements.
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CODE CARD

In the event of a change of vehicle ownership, it is essential for the new


II owner to possess the CODE card.
Never leave it in the vehicle.

A condential card is given to the


new owner when he takes delivery Advice
of his new vehicle.
Keep the code card bearing your personal electronic immobiliser number
This card bears a hidden access in a safe place (never in the vehicle).
code for the use of the CITRON
dealer when maintaining the elec- If any key modications become necessary (addition, cancellation or
tronic immobiliser device. replacement of the key), you must take the condential card together with
all the keys to a CITRON dealer.
Do not scratch the protective
strip, the security of the immo- Also, for any operation on your vehicles electronic systems, CITRON
biliser system depends on the may need to request this card from you.
information below remaining cov-
ered.
Should the card be lost, the immo-
biliser device can no longer be
considered secure.

Never attempt to modify the electronic immobilisers electrical


circuit, as that could render your vehicle undriveable.
Should the condential card become lost, a CITRON dealer
would have to undertake a major repair.
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ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM

DISARMING THE ALARM


USING THE REMOTE II
2 A CONTROL
The alarm is disarmed when you
B unlock the vehicle (by pressing
button B on the remote control).

1 The installation also includes a DISARMING THE ALARM


siren and a warning lamp 2 visible USING THE KEY
from the outside, indicating the Unlock the doors with the key. The
Your vehicle may be equipped with three possible alarm statuses: siren is triggered. Enter the vehicle
an ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM. Alarm not armed (not on and switch on the ignition to stop
This ensures: standby), warning lamp off. the siren. Otherwise the siren will
Alarm armed (on standby), the continue for about 30 seconds.
Exterior perimeter protection
by means of detectors on the warning lamp ashes slowly.
access points (doors, tailgate, Alarm triggered (signal of an
bonnet) as well as on the electri- intrusion), the warning lamp
cal supply. ashes rapidly if the alarm is dis-
Interior volumetric protection armed with a press on button B.
by means of ultrasonic sensors It stops ashing as soon as you
(detecting movement inside the switch on the ignition.
passenger compartment). Note: if there is a malfunction the
This can be deactivated using warning lamp comes on perma-
control 1. nently.

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ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM

OPERATION OF THE ALARM Deactivation of volumetric detection


II First make sure that all the vehicles doors are
The alarm is able to operate with only perimeter pro-
tection if you deactivate the volumetric protection (if for
closed. example you wish to leave an animal in the vehicle).
The alarm is armed by pressing button A on the remote To do this, switch off the ignition, then press immedi-
control. ately on control 1 for at least one second.
When the alarm is armed, the protections become The warning lamp 2 should be on permanently. It will
active within 5 seconds (perimeter) and 45 seconds start to ash when the alarm activates.
(volumetric).
Arm the alarm by locking your vehicle using the remote
Provided the alarm is armed, any intrusion triggers the control.
siren for 30 seconds, accompanied by the illumination
of the direction indicators. Automatic activation (according to country)
The alarm then reverts to armed status, but the deploy- The alarm arms automatically 2 minutes after the boot
ment remains memorised and is signalled by the rapid or the last door is closed.
ashing of the alarm warning lamp 2 when you press
the unlocking button B. The ashing stops when you In order to prevent the alarm then being triggered
switch on the ignition. by a door or the boot being opened, it is essential to
press again on the unlocking button B on the remote
The siren is also triggered if there is a cutting of the control.
electrical supply. To stop it, restore the electrical sup-
ply then give a press on the unlocking button B.
Note:
If you wish to lock your vehicle without arming the
alarm, just lock the vehicle with the key.
If you try to lock your vehicle when a door or the
boot is still open, the central locking will not oper-
ate, but your alarm becomes armed after approx. 45
seconds.
Note: the siren is automatically disarmed (for example
if you need to disconnect the battery) immediately after
you unlock the vehicle using the remote control.

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STEERING LOCK - IGNITION -
S TA R T E R

S: Steering lock
To free the steering, turn the steering wheel slightly at the same time as II
turning the key; avoid using undue force.

M: Ignition
Depending on the vehicle version, the following warning lamps should
also light up for a short time:
ESP system, Depollution system, ABS, Airbags, Front passengers air-
bag deactivation, Handbrake, STOP, SERVICE, and Fuel Low.
If one of these lamps fails to come on, it could indicate a fault in the
system concerned.

D: Starter
Release the key as soon as the engine has started. Never turn it when
the engine is running.

Test with the key


in ignition drive
position

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STEERING LOCK - IGNITION -
S TA R T E R

Steering lock
II S: After removing the key from the ignition, turn the steering wheel to engage the steering lock. The key can
only be removed in position S.
M: Running position. The steering is unlocked - to enable the key to be turned to position M, it may be
necessary to turn the steering slightly.
D: Starting position.
For starting and stopping the engine, see Starting.

Economy mode
In order not to discharge the battery when the engine is stopped, your vehicle goes automatically into economy
mode.
The electrical components relating to comfort and headlamps (not sidelamps or hazard warning lamps) are auto-
matically cut.
To reactivate them, it is necessary to restart the engine.
Note: If the system goes into economy mode, a message is displayed.

NEVER REMOVE THE IGNITION KEY BEFORE THE VEHICLE


COMES TO A COMPLETE STOP.
ALWAYS DRIVE WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING SO THAT YOU
RETAIN THE SERVO FOR BRAKING AND STEERING
(risk of engaging the steering lock and losing safety features).
When parking, remove the ignition key and carefully turn the steering
wheel until the steering lock engages.

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STEERING LOCK - IGNITION -
S TA R T E R

Steering lock
II S: After removing the key from the ignition, turn the steering wheel to engage the steering lock. The key can
only be removed in position S.
M: Running position. The steering is unlocked - to enable the key to be turned to position M, it may be
necessary to turn the steering slightly.
D: Starting position.
For starting and stopping the engine, see Starting.

Economy mode
In order not to discharge the battery when the engine is stopped, your vehicle goes automatically into economy
mode.
The electrical components relating to comfort and headlamps (not sidelamps or hazard warning lamps) are auto-
matically cut.
To reactivate them, it is necessary to restart the engine.
Note: If the system goes into economy mode, a message is displayed.

NEVER REMOVE THE IGNITION KEY BEFORE THE VEHICLE


COMES TO A COMPLETE STOP.
ALWAYS DRIVE WITH THE ENGINE RUNNING SO THAT YOU
RETAIN THE SERVO FOR BRAKING AND STEERING
(risk of engaging the steering lock and losing safety features).
When parking, remove the ignition key and carefully turn the steering
wheel until the steering lock engages.

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S TA R T I N G

Manual gearbox (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox Automatic gearbox


- Ensure that the gear lever is in System - Check that you are in position P II
the neutral position. - Check that you are in posi- or N.
- Do not touch the accelerator. tion N. - Do not touch the accelerator.
- In the case of diesel engine - Fully depress the brake pedal. - For Diesel engines: turn the key
vehicles: turn the key to the drive - Do not touch the accelerator. to position M. Wait for the pre-
position. Wait for the pre-heater - For Diesel engines: turn the key heater warning lamp to go off if it
warning lamp to go off, if it is on. to position M. Wait for the pre- is on.
- Action the starter by turning the heater warning lamp to go off if it - Action the starter by turning the
key until the engine starts (but is on. key until the engine turns over
not for more than ten seconds). - Action the starter by turning the (not for longer than ten sec-
- In temperatures lower than 0C, key until the engine turns over onds).
apply the clutch during the action (not for longer than ten sec-
on the starter in order to aid onds).
starting. Then release the clutch Note : If the vehicle has been
slowly. stationary for a long time, or if you
have pressed the brake pedal a
number of times while stationary,
it will be necessary to press the
brake pedal hard down in order to
authorise the engine to start.

Note: If it does not work at rst, switch off the ignition, wait for ten seconds, then operate the starter again as
described above.

Advice

Vehicles equipped with a Turbo:


Turbo equipped engines MUST be allowed to return to idle for several DO NOT RUN THE
seconds before switching off the ignition. Failure to do so could cause ENGINE IN A SPACE
serious damage to the turbo unit. THAT IS ENCLOSED
OR INSUFFICIENTLY
Flicking the throttle pedal as the ignition is turned off can lead to severe VENTILATED.
damage to the turbo unit.
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I N S T R U M E N T PA N E L

When the ignition is switched on, Engine oil level indicator


II the display indicates: When the ignition is switched on, the maintenance indicator is displayed
- maintenance indicator, engine for several seconds followed by the engine oil level for approximately
oil level indicator and trip mile- 10 seconds. (See Maintenance indicator).
age recorder,
- then the total and trip mileage
recorders.

This display indicates normal operating.

A ashing of OIL indicates an oil level that is


below the minimum.
Check using the manual dipstick. See Levels.
Check the oil level with the vehicle on horizontal
ground, the engine having been switched off for
at least 15 minutes.
Consult your CITRON dealer.

A ashing of OIL -- -- indicates a malfunctioning


of the indicator.
Consult your CITRON dealer.

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M A I N T E N A N C E I N D I C AT O R

The maintenance indicator informs you when the next service is due, in conformity with the servicing
programme detailed in the vehicles Maintenance Guide. This information is determined as a function of II
two parameters: the mileage travelled and the time elapsed since the previous service.

Operation Functioning if the distance to Functioning if the service


On switching on the ignition, the the next service is less than interval is exceeded
maintenance indicator spanner 600 miles Each time the ignition is switched
appears in the display for several Each time the ignition is switched on, the maintenance symbol and
seconds; the mileage recorder on, and for ve seconds, the main- the extra mileage travelled (with a
display indicates how many miles tenance symbol and the mileage minus in front) will ash.
remain to be travelled before the will ash. For example: the preset service
next service is due (in thousands For example: you have the follow- distance has been exceeded by
and hundreds of miles). ing distance left to travel before 300 miles. Your vehicle must be
For example: you have the follow- the next service: 900 km. serviced as soon as possible.
ing distance left to travel before For ve seconds on switching on
the next service: the ignition, the display shows

A few seconds afterwards, the A few seconds afterwards, the A few seconds after you have
total mileage display appears. total mileage display appears and switched on the ignition, the
the maintenance symbol remains total mileage recorder returns
illuminated. to its normal operation and the
This signies that the vehicle will maintenance symbol remains
be due for a service shortly. illuminated.

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M A I N T E N A N C E I N D I C AT O R

Maintenance intervals
II If your vehicle is used in particularly
harsh conditions, it is necessary to
select the maintenance schedules
for special operating conditions
(see the Maintenance Guide)
which consist of more frequent
services.
1
Resetting the maintenance indicator to zero
Your CITRON dealer performs this operation after each service. However,
if you carry out the servicing yourself, the procedure for resetting to zero
is as follows:
- Switch off the ignition, then place the key on position S, steering lock.
- Press control 1 and keep it pressed.
- Switch on the ignition.
- Keep control 1 pressed until the zero appears and the maintenance sym-
bol disappears.
- Switch off the ignition.

48
DASHBOARD CONTROLS

II

B
Dashboard lighting Dark button Black panel
The rheostat is active if the sidela- After the rst press on control C, (with headlamps on)
mps are on and applies to: only the top part of the display This function switches off certain
- the instrument panel remains illuminated. of the displays, for night driving. It
A second press on control C trig- can be activated:
- the displays
gers black panel mode. - either by 2 presses on control C
- the rev counter
- or by 1 press on control D if this
The desired brightness is selected control has been programmed
via control A or by pressing con- with the black panel function.
trol B.
The instrument panel continues to
With control B, press until the show vehicle speed as well as the
brightness is at maximum. cruise control and speed limiter
Release, press until you reach functions if these are activated.
minimum.
If there is an alert or a modication
of functions or adjustments, black
panel is interrupted.
To programme control D:
- give a long press on control D,
- then select the black panel func-
tion on the multifunction display,
using the arrow controls of your
Radio/CD or NaviDrive system.
Validate with a press on OK.
Note: the lighting rheostat still
operates in black panel mode.
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M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
Display A

1 2 3 E
II A
C D C B

B
E
D A F
The driver is advised not to manip-
ulate the controls described above
while driving. The display of certain types of Main menu
information is sometimes scrolled By pressing control A then B, you
1 - Time. and sometimes alternated. have access to the following func-
2 - Date and Display zone tions:
3 - Ambient temperature Controls:
A - Access to the Main menu Radio-CD (See Chapter IV)
If the outside temperature is Vehicle conguration, to acti-
between +3C and -3C, the tem- B - Scrolling in the display
menus. vate/deactivate:
perature display ashes (risk of
ice). C - Validation and Selection in - Triggering of rear screen wipe
the menus, of the function - Automatic guide-me-home
Note: The outside temperature chosen or value modied lighting, with choice of dura-
displayed may be higher than the tion
actual temperature if the vehicle is D - Cancellation of the operation
or return to the previous Options, to display the alerts
standing in bright sunshine.
display. Display adjustments, to adjust
E - Selection of the type of the date and time on the display
information displayed in Languages, to select the display
zone 2 (date, radio/CD and language
trip computer) Units, to access the choices of
E or F - In the Menus, choice of units of Temperature and Fuel
activation/deactivation of your Consumption
functions and choice of your
adjustments.

50
M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
Display A

1 2 3 E
A II
C D C B

B
E
PERSONALISATION and
D A F
CONFIGURATION
To activate/deactivate the automatic guide-me-home lighting:
To activate/deactivate rear - Press on A.
screen wipe on engaging
reverse gear: - Select, using B, the sub-menu to personalise-congure your vehicle,
then conrm your choice by a press on C.
- Press on A.
- Select guide-me-home lighting, using B.
- Select, using B, the sub-menu to
personalise-congure your vehi- - The system tells you whether the function is active/inactive. Modify this
cle, then conrm your choice by status by a press on E or F.
a press on C. - Validate with a press on C.
- Select rear screen wipe, using
B.
- The system tells you whether
the function is active/inactive.
Modify this status by a press on
E or F.
- Validate with a press on C.

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M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
Display A

To choose the language:


E
II A - Press on A.
C D C B - Using B, select the sub-menu for
Languages. Conrm your choice
with a press on C.
B - By presses on E or F, select the
language of your choice then
E validate with a press on C.
D A F
To choose units:
To display the log of alerts: To adjust the date and the time: - Press on A.
- Press on A. - Press on A. - Using B, select the sub-menu for
- Using B, select the sub-menu - Using B, select the sub-menu Units. Conrm your choice with
for options. Conrm with two for Display Adjustments, then a press on C.
presses on C. conrm with a press on C. - Using B, select the unit you
Note: You can cancel the start - Using B, select what you wish to wish to modify (Temperature or
of the display by selecting E to modify: year, month, day, hour, Consumption).
abandon, validate with a press minutes, or display mode. - Via presses on E or F, select the
on C. - Make your adjustment by unit of your choice, then validate
The alerts that have previously presses on E or F. You can con- with a press on C.
been signalled to you but not tinue your adjustments, selecting Note: This choice concerns all
resolved, are recalled to you in a further parameters by pressing the types of information (fuel con-
scroll. To delete the display of an B. When you have nished your sumption, speed, etc.) that appear
alert, press D. adjustments, press C. on the displays.

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TRIP COmPuTER

Display version A Version with Display C


Range and NaviDrive II
This indicates the mileage that can still be travelled
using the fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance remaining to be travelled is less
than about 25 km (approx. 15 miles), only three dashes
are displayed.
After resetting the computer, the indication of remain-
ing range is only reliable after the vehicle has been
used for a certain time.
Average fuel consumption
The average fuel consumption is calculated from the
last reset of the computer.

Instantaneous fuel consumption


This is calculated from consumption over the previous
2 seconds. This function is only available when travel-
ling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

Average speed
The average speed is obtained, from the last reset of
the computer, by dividing the distance covered by the
time taken (ignition on).

Distance travelled
It indicates the distance travelled since the trip compu-
ter was last reset to zero.

Distance remaining to be travelled (only on


NaviDrive)
To enter this, see Display C and NaviDrive. 59
M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
Display C

E
1 2 3 A II
C D C B

B
E
D A B
The driver is advised not to manip-
ulate the controls described above Main menu Personalisation -
while driving. Press control A to display the Conguration, allowing
Main menu for the multifunction you to activate or
1 - Time. deactivate:
2 - Ambient temperature screen. Using this menu, you have
access to the following functions: - Triggering of rear screen wipe
3 - Date and Display zone
- Automatic guide-me-home light-
If the outside temperature is ing, with choice of duration
between +3C and -3C, the tem-
perature display ashes (risk of - Driving headlamps.
ice). Radio-CD Also to choose:
(See Chapter IV) - Brightness, the time, the date,
units.
Controls - The display language.
A - Access to the Main menu Trip computer, giving
B - Scrolling in the display you:
menus.
- Distance to your destina- Bluetooth hands-free kit
C - Validation and Selection in tion.
the menus, of the function (See Chapter IV)
chosen or value modied - Access to log of alerts (list of the
alerts that have been previously
D - Cancellation of the operation signalled).
or return to the previous
display. - Access to status of functions, for
example activation/deactivation
E - Selection of the type of of automatic lighting of head-
information you wish to see Note: The outside temperature
lamps, ESP, windscreen wipers. displayed may be higher than the
permanently displayed (date,
radio-CD, trip computer) on actual temperature if the vehicle is
the right of the screen standing in bright sunshine.
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M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
Display C

TRIP COMPUTER - Use B to select the icon


II A Personalisation - Conguration
To enter the distance to be then conrm your choice with a
travelled in the trip computer: C press on C.
- Press on A. - Then select the sub-menu for
- Use B to select the trip computer vehicle parameters. Conrm
icon, then conrm with a press B your choice with a press on C.
on C. E - Using B, select lighting and sig-
- Select your entry of distance, D nalling. Conrm your choice with
using B. Conrm your choice a press on C.
with a press on C. PERSONALISATION and - Then with a press on C, select/
- To choose the distance, select CONFIGURATION deselect guide-me-home lighting
the gure to be modied, using B, To activate/deactivate rear to activate or deactivate it. After
then conrm with a press on C. screen wipe on engaging activation, choose the duration:
- Use B to adjust the value then reverse gear: press on C then use B to select
validate with a press on C. the duration and press on C.
- Press on A.
- Validate on OK on the dis- - Validate on OK on the dis-
- Use B to select the icon play.
play. Personalisation - Conguration
then conrm your choice with a
press on C. To activate/deactivate driving
- Then select the sub-menu for headlamps:
To access the log of alerts in vehicle parameters. Conrm - Press on A.
the trip computer: with a press on C. - Use B to select the icon
- Press on A. - Use B to select parking assist- Personalisation - Conguration
- Use B to select the trip computer ance. Conrm your choice with a then conrm your choice with a
icon, then conrm with a press press on C. press on C.
on C. - Then with a press on C, select/ - Then select the sub-menu for
- Select the log of alerts. deselect rear screen wipe to vehicle parameters. Conrm
activate or deactivate it. with a press on C.
- When the list is displayed, scroll
down by pressing B. - Validate on OK on the dis- - Using B, select the driving assist-
play. ance. Conrm your choice with a
- Press on D, to return to the per- press on C.
manent display.
To activate/deactivate the - Then with a press on C, select/
To access the status of automatic guide-me-home deselect driving headlamps to
functions, proceed in a similar lighting: activate or deactivate them.
manner. - Press on A. - Validate on OK on the dis-
54 play.
M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
Display C

To choose units:
E
A - Press on A. II
C D C B - Use B to select the icon
Personalisation - Conguration
then conrm your choice with a
press on C.
B - Select the display conguration
E using B. Conrm with a press
D A B on C.
- Then select the sub-menu for
To adjust the display To adjust the date and the time: Units. Conrm with a press
brightness: - Press on A. on C.
- Press on A. - Use B to select the icon - Using B, select the unit to
- Use B to select the icon Personalisation - Conguration be modied (Temperature or
Personalisation - Conguration then conrm your choice with a Consumption) then validate with
then conrm your choice with a press on C. a press on C.
press on C. - Select the display conguration - Validate on OK on the dis-
- Select the display conguration using B. Conrm with a press play.
using B. Conrm with a press on C.
on C. Note: This choice concerns all
- Select the date and time adjust- the types of information (fuel con-
- Select the adjustment of bright- ment, using B, then conrm with sumption, speed, etc.) that appear
ness. Conrm with a press on a press on C. on the displays.
C. - Use B to select the values to be
- Use B to select normal or other modied. Conrm with a press
display mode, then validate with on C. To choose the language:
a press on C. To adjust the bright- - Make your adjustments using B, - Press on A.
ness, select the symbols + or validating each adjustment with - Use B to select the icon
- and conrm your adjustment a press on C. Personalisation - Conguration
with a press on C. then conrm your choice with a
- Validate on OK on the dis-
- Validate on OK on the dis- play. press on C.
play. - Select the choice of language,
using B.
- Using B, select the desired lan-
guage and validate your choice
with a press on C.
- Validate on OK on the dis-
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TRIP COmPuTER

Display version A Version with Display C


Range and NaviDrive II
This indicates the mileage that can still be travelled
using the fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance remaining to be travelled is less
than about 25 km (approx. 15 miles), only three dashes
are displayed.
After resetting the computer, the indication of remain-
ing range is only reliable after the vehicle has been
used for a certain time.
Average fuel consumption
The average fuel consumption is calculated from the
last reset of the computer.

Instantaneous fuel consumption


This is calculated from consumption over the previous
2 seconds. This function is only available when travel-
ling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

Average speed
The average speed is obtained, from the last reset of
the computer, by dividing the distance covered by the
time taken (ignition on).

Distance travelled
It indicates the distance travelled since the trip compu-
ter was last reset to zero.

Distance remaining to be travelled (only on


NaviDrive)
To enter this, see Display C and NaviDrive. 59
M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
N AV I D R I V E M O N O C H R O M E S C R E E N

1 2 3 4
II A
C E B
D

B C
E
D A B
The driver is advised not to manip-
ulate the controls described above
while driving. Controls Navigation/guidance
1 - Time. A - Access to the Main menu (See NaviDrive instruc-
B - Scrolling in the display tions)
2 - Telephone
menus.
3 - Display zone Audio
C - Validation and Selection in
4 - Ambient temperature the menus, of the function (See Chapter IV)
If the outside temperature is chosen or value modied
between +3C and -3C, the tem- D - Cancellation of the operation
perature display ashes (risk of or return to the previous
ice). Trip computer
display
(See NaviDrive instruc-
Note: The outside temperature E - Selection of the type of tions)
displayed may be higher than the information you wish to see
actual temperature if the vehicle is permanently displayed (date,
standing in bright sunshine. radio-CD, trip computer) on Directory
the right of the screen (See Chapter IV and your
NaviDrive instructions)
Main menu
Press control A to display the Telematics
Main menu for the multifunction
screen. (See Chapter IV and your
NaviDrive instructions)
Using this menu, you have access
to the following functions:
Conguration, for adjust-
ing various parameters
(date, time, units)
See NaviDrive instruc-
tions
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TRIP COmPuTER

Display version A Version with Display C


Range and NaviDrive II
This indicates the mileage that can still be travelled
using the fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance remaining to be travelled is less
than about 25 km (approx. 15 miles), only three dashes
are displayed.
After resetting the computer, the indication of remain-
ing range is only reliable after the vehicle has been
used for a certain time.
Average fuel consumption
The average fuel consumption is calculated from the
last reset of the computer.

Instantaneous fuel consumption


This is calculated from consumption over the previous
2 seconds. This function is only available when travel-
ling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

Average speed
The average speed is obtained, from the last reset of
the computer, by dividing the distance covered by the
time taken (ignition on).

Distance travelled
It indicates the distance travelled since the trip compu-
ter was last reset to zero.

Distance remaining to be travelled (only on


NaviDrive)
To enter this, see Display C and NaviDrive. 59
M U LT I F U N C T I O N D I S P L AY
N AV I D R I V E C O L O U R S C R E E N

1 2 3 4 5
A II
C E B
D

B C
E
D A B
The driver is advised not to manip- D - Cancellation of the operation Trip computer
ulate the controls described above or return to the previous (See NaviDrive handbook)
while driving. display
1 - Ambient temperature E - Selection of the type of
2 - Directory information you wish to see Directory
permanently displayed (date,
3 - Date radio-CD, trip computer) on (See NaviDrive handbook)
4 - Telephone the right of the screen
5 - Time.
Main menu Telematics
If the outside temperature is
between +3C and -3C, the tem- Press control A to display the (See NaviDrive handbook)
perature display ashes (risk of Main menu for the multifunction
ice). screen.
Using this menu, you have access
Note: The outside temperature to the following functions: Conguration, for adjust-
displayed may be higher than the ing various parameters
actual temperature if the vehicle is (date, time, units)
standing in bright sunshine. (See NaviDrive handbook)
Controls Navigation/guidance
A - Access to the Main menu (See NaviDrive handbook)
Map
B - Scrolling in the display
menus. (See NaviDrive handbook)
C - Validation and Selection in Audio
the menus, of the function (See NaviDrive handbook)
chosen or value modied Video
(See NaviDrive handbook)
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TRIP COmPuTER

Display version A Version with Display C


Range and NaviDrive II
This indicates the mileage that can still be travelled
using the fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance remaining to be travelled is less
than about 25 km (approx. 15 miles), only three dashes
are displayed.
After resetting the computer, the indication of remain-
ing range is only reliable after the vehicle has been
used for a certain time.
Average fuel consumption
The average fuel consumption is calculated from the
last reset of the computer.

Instantaneous fuel consumption


This is calculated from consumption over the previous
2 seconds. This function is only available when travel-
ling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

Average speed
The average speed is obtained, from the last reset of
the computer, by dividing the distance covered by the
time taken (ignition on).

Distance travelled
It indicates the distance travelled since the trip compu-
ter was last reset to zero.

Distance remaining to be travelled (only on


NaviDrive)
To enter this, see Display C and NaviDrive. 59
TRIP COMPUTER

II

To obtain display and selection of Display A DISPLAYS C and NaviDrive


the different types of information, The trip computer provides four The trip computer gives access to
give short presses on the end of types of information which can be 3 types of instantaneous informa-
the windscreen wiper stalk. accessed by successive presses tion:
For C-type screens and NaviDrive, on the control stalk. - Range
one press on the Mode button Instantaneous fuel consumption
gives you permanent display of - Instantaneous consumption
the trip computer information. Distance travelled - Distance remaining to be trav-
Average fuel consumption elled.
Average speed It also gives you access to 3 types
To reset trip computer informa- of information for two Journeys 1
tion to zero, press continuously To cancel the display of the trip
computer information, press a fth and 2:
for a few seconds on the end of
the stalk when one of the informa- time. - Distance travelled
tion types is displayed. - Average consumption
- Average speed.
The journeys
Journeys 1 and 2 are identical but
independent of each other. For
example, you can use Journey 1
for daily calculations and Journey 2
for monthly calculations.
To reset a journey to zero
When the desired journey is dis-
played, give a long press on the
end of the wiper stalk.
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TRIP COmPuTER

Display version A Version with Display C


Range and NaviDrive II
This indicates the mileage that can still be travelled
using the fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance remaining to be travelled is less
than about 25 km (approx. 15 miles), only three dashes
are displayed.
After resetting the computer, the indication of remain-
ing range is only reliable after the vehicle has been
used for a certain time.
Average fuel consumption
The average fuel consumption is calculated from the
last reset of the computer.

Instantaneous fuel consumption


This is calculated from consumption over the previous
2 seconds. This function is only available when travel-
ling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

Average speed
The average speed is obtained, from the last reset of
the computer, by dividing the distance covered by the
time taken (ignition on).

Distance travelled
It indicates the distance travelled since the trip compu-
ter was last reset to zero.

Distance remaining to be travelled (only on


NaviDrive)
To enter this, see Display C and NaviDrive. 59
MANUAL GEARBOX

II

5 speed gearbox 6 speed gearbox


Reverse gear Reverse gear
Do not select reverse gear until the Lift the collar A to engage reverse
vehicle is completely stationary. gear.
Depress the clutch pedal and Do not select reverse gear until the
wait a few moments before gently vehicle is completely stationary.
engaging reverse gear. Depress the clutch pedal and
wait a few moments before gently
engaging reverse gear.

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6 SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

II

The (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox System gives you the choice of two Display on the rev counter
driving modes: - The position selected by the
- an automatic mode, driver using the gear lever (N, R
- a manual mode with two control possibilities: the controls at the steer- or A) displays on the rev coun-
ing wheel 1 and the selection lever 2 on the central console. ter.
For each of these two modes, a Sport option (corresponding to a - In Auto mode (A) or Manual
more dynamic style of driving) is also available. mode (M), the gear engaged is
displayed.
Selection lever for (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox System operating - If the Sport option is activated,
mode: the warning lamp S is dis-
- automatic operation with the gear lever 2 in position A. played.
- manual operation with the gear lever 2 in position M.
Note: if you are in automatic mode, an instant manual mode activates
whenever you action one of the controls at the steering wheel 1.

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6 SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

If the lever is not in position N, the Reverse gear


II warning lamp N ashes on the Engaging reverse gear :
rev counter.
Only engage reverse gear
If the brake pedal is not pressed when the vehicle is sta-
down, the warning lamp Foot on tionary.
brake ashes in the instrument
panel. If the vehicle is moving at a very
low speed, if reverse gear is
In both cases, the engine does requested (position R) this will be
not start ; recommence the above taken into account only when the
procedure. vehicle comes to a halt.
Note : If the vehicle has been The foot on brake warning lamp
stationary for a long time, or if you may ash in the instrument panel
have pressed the brake pedal a to remind you to brake.
Starting the vehicle number of times while stationary,
it will be necessary to press the If the vehicle is moving at a high
- To start the engine, the gear speed, if reverse gear is requested
lever has to be in position N. brake pedal hard down in order to
authorise the engine to start. the warning lamp N will ash
- Fully depress the brake pedal. and your vehicle will go automati-
- Action the starter. cally into neutral. To re-engage a
- With the engine running, depend- gear, you have only to return the
ing on your preference place the gear lever to position A or M.
lever on R, A or M. A sound signal indicates when
Using the (6 speed) Electronic reverse gear is engaged.
- Check the position engaged on Gearbox System
the rev counter. If parking assistance is deacti-
- Release the handbrake. vated, the sound signal for reverse
Neutral gear engaged is absent.
- Release the brake pedal and
accelerate. If the vehicle is moving,
do not select this position,
even momentarily.

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6 SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

Stopping the engine


Automatic mode Before switching the engine off, II
you can choose :
- to leave the vehicle in neutral ;
for that, place the lever in posi-
Manual forward drive tion N,
Selector position for - to leave the vehicle with a gear
manual gear changing : engaged (R, A or M) ; for that,
place the lever in the position
- Push the lever to change to a chosen. In this case, the vehicle
higher gear. cannot be moved.
- Pull the lever to change to a In all cases, it is essential to apply
lower gear. the handbrake.
Sport option
Before undertaking any operation
To select the Sport option in the engine compartment, make
Press on button S, situated on the absolutely sure that the gearbox is
lever grille. in neutral and that the handbrake
The warning lamp S displays on is on.
the rev counter. Acceleration
This option can be activated either For performance in acceleration
The engine can only be in automatic mode or in manual (for example to overtake another
started if the brake pedal is mode. vehicle), you have only to press
pressed and the pedal hard down to go beyond
the gear lever is in position N. the end-of-travel switch.
To deactivate the Sport option
The warning lamp foot on
brake ashes on the display. Press again again on button S on Starting on a gradient:
the lever grille.
With the engine running, - Using the handbrake
before accelerating away The warning lamp S disappears If starting on a gradient, acceler-
check the position engaged on the rev counter.
by looking at the lever grille Note: the Sport option is deacti-
or the rev counter : vated whenever you switch off the
R, A or M. ignition.
If you are stationary with the
engine running, take care to
leave your gear selector in
position N.
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6 SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
A U T O M AT I C M O D E

II

To select automatic mode Instant manual mode Cancellation of automatic


Place the selection lever in posi- Even in automatic mode, if you mode
tion A. touch the controls under the Move the gear lever from position A
The AUTO warning lamp dis- steering wheel + or - you to select a different position.
plays on the rev counter to conrm immediately change gear. The AUTO warning lamp disap-
the selection. The AUTO warning lamp pears on the rev counter.
The gearbox then operates in remains displayed on the rev
autoactive mode, without interven- counter.
tion on your part. In the absence of any further
It constantly selects the gear best action, automatic mode reacti-
adapted to the following param- vates to cope with the prevailing
eters: driving conditions.
- Style of driving.
- Road prole.

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6 SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
MANUAL MODE

Observations:
When the vehicle is braking or II
reducing speed, the gearbox
changes down automatically to a
suitable gear.
In manual mode, it is not neces-
sary to release the accelerator
during changes of gear.
Changes of gear are accepted only
if consistent with engine speed.

Control using the gear lever Controls at the steering wheel


Position the gear lever in posi- Place the gear lever in position M,
tion M, then : and then the controls at the steer-
- push the lever to engage a higher ing wheel will give you access to
gear, the six gears in forward drive.
- pull the lever to change down. To change gear:
- Press behind the control + at
the steering wheel to engage a
higher gear.
- Press behind the control - at
the steering wheel to change
down.
Note: These controls at the steer-
ing do not permit you to select
neutral or reverse gear.

Under heavy acceleration, a higher gear will only be engaged


when the driver actions the gear lever or the controls
at the steering wheel.
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A U T O M AT I C G E A R B O X

Automatic gear selector lever


II - Park (Position P)
- Reverse gear (Position R)
- Neutral (Position N)
- The automatic gearbox offers
you:
- Operation in auto-active Gear lever position
mode, with automatic adap- The position of the gear selector is
tation to your style of driving. displayed on the rev counter.
(Position D)
- Operation in sequential
mode, with manual gear
changing, (pushing the selec-
tor towards + or -). (Position
M)
- Operation in Sport or Snow
automatic mode (position D
and press on control S or )

For safety:
- The gear lever can only be disengaged from position P if you are
pressing the brake pedal.
- When a door is opened, an audible signal sounds if the lever is not in
position P.
- Before leaving the vehicle, make absolutely certain that the PARK or P
position is selected.

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A U T O M AT I C G E A R B O X

Using the automatic gearbox


II
Park

Do not engage until the vehicle is completely stationary.


To avoid any movement of the vehicle when parked, select position P and
apply the handbrake rmly. Check that the selector is in the P position to
ensure that the driving wheels are locked.

Reverse gear
The engine can only be started
when the lever is at position P
or N. Do not engage until the vehicle is stationary, foot on brake. To avoid engine
A safety device ensures that hesitation, do not accelerate immediately after the selection.
starting is impossible in the other
positions.
After starting the engine, with
selector on P, depress the brake
pedal then shift the selector to D, Neutral
R or M,
- D for automatic, Do not select this position, even momentarily, when the vehicle is in
- R for reverse, motion.
- M for manual operation.
A shift from D (automatic) to M
(manual) is possible at any time.

- Never select position N if the vehicle is moving.


- Never select positions P or R if the vehicle is not completely station-
ary.
If, while the vehicle is moving, position N is engaged inadvertently, let
the engine idle before engaging position D or M.
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A U T O M AT I C G E A R B O X

II Drive

The gearbox always selects the gear best adapted to the following param-
eters:
- style of driving,
- route prole,
- vehicle load.
In this way the gearbox operates in autoadaptive mode, without the need
for your intervention.
For certain manoeuvres (for example overtaking), it is possible to obtain
maximum acceleration by pressing hard down on the accelerator pedal,
which may trigger automatic changedown to a lower gear.
Note
During braking, the gearbox may kick down automatically in order to offer
an effective engine brake.
If you rapidly lift your foot off the accelerator, the gearbox will guard your
safety by not changing up again.

Sequential forward drive

Selector position for manual gear changing.


- Selector at M.
- Push the selector towards the sign + to change up a gear.
- Pull the selector towards the sign - to change down a gear.
Note: Passage from one gear to another is only possible when vehicle
speed and engine speed permit.
The Sport and Snow programmes are not operative in sequential mode.
The change from position D (drive in automatic mode) to position M (drive
in sequential mode) or vice versa may be effected at any time.

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A U T O M AT I C G E A R B O X

Operation in Sport or Snow automatic mode


Select the driving mode: II

- Normal, for regular use, the warning lamps and are not illumi-
nated.
- Sport, for more responsive driving, to provide maximum performance
and acceleration.
- Snow, for smooth driving in wintry conditions.

With selector on D, press button : the warning lamp in the rev


counter will light up, you are in SPORT mode.

With selector on D, press button : the warning lamp in the rev


counter will light up, you are in SNOW mode.

Press button again, warning lamps and go out, the NORMAL


mode is active.

- Flashing of the warning lamp for the position requested signals that
this position has not yet been permitted.
- When the warning lamp is xed, the position is conrmed.
- The display of a dash in the rev counter indicates a fault.
Urgently consult a CITRON Dealer
If there is a fault :
- A sharp hesitation may be felt when you select R for reverse gear.
- The gearbox is stuck in a gear.
- Do not exceed 100 km/h (approx. 60 mph).
Urgently consult a CITRON Dealer
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BRAKES

Handbrake
II The parking brake is applied, with the vehicle stationary, by pulling on the
lever with a force that is proportionate to the steepness of the slope.
To facilitate the action on the lever, you are recommended to press the
brake pedal at the same time.
In all circumstances, as a precautionary measure, engage rst gear. For
vehicles equipped with an automatic gearbox, ensure that the parking
position (P) is selected.
On steep slopes, turn the steering towards the kerb.
To release the handbrake, press on the end of the lever, pull the lever up
then lower it fully.

The warning lamp will come on if the handbrake is on or not fully released.

If the parking brake is off, the lighting of this warning lamp, in conjunction with the STOP
warning lamp, indicates that the brake uid level is low or that the braking distributor is
malfunctioning.
It is essential to stop the vehicle.
Urgently consult a CITRON Dealer

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BRAKES

ABS - Anti-lock Braking System


This system improves vehicle safety by preventing the wheels from locking under emergency braking or II
when braking on surfaces offering poor adhesion. It thus allows control of the steering to be retained.
The operational capacity of the various electrical components of the ABS is continuously monitored, both before
and during your journey. On switching on the ignition, the ABS warning lamp will light up and then should go out
after a few seconds.
If the warning lamp stays on, this means that the ABS has been disconnected because a fault was detected. If
the warning lamp lights up when you are driving, this means that the ABS system is not active. In either case, the
normal braking system remains effective, as on a vehicle without ABS. Nevertheless, to restore the additional
safety afforded by correct functioning of ABS, it is recommended that the vehicle be taken to a CITRON dealer
as soon as possible.
On slippery roads (loose stones, snow, ice, etc.), it remains essential to drive with caution.

Emergency braking assistance


This system enables you in an emergency to achieve the optimum braking pressure, thus to reduce the stopping
distance. It is triggered by your speed of action on the brake pedal, which reduces its resistance to that action.
Keep the brake pedal pressed until the vehicle comes to a stop.

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E L E C T R O N I C S TA B I L I T Y P R O G R A M M E

Electronic Stability Programme (ESP) and Traction Control (ASR)


II These systems are closely connected to the ABS and additional to it. In
the event of a loss of control of the vehicle by the driver, the ESP system
acts automatically on one or more brakes and also on the engine to bring
the vehicle back on trajectory. The ASR system optimises traction and
prevents wheel spin by acting on the brakes of the driving wheels. It also
improves steering stability during acceleration.
A
Operation
When either the ESP or ASR system is brought into operation,
the ESP/ASR warning lamp ashes. SAFETY RECOMMENDATIONS
Deactivation The ESP system offers increased
driving safety but is not in place to
In exceptional conditions (vehicle stuck in snow, soft ground, etc.) it may encourage the driver to take addi-
prove useful to deactivate the ESP/ASR system to allow the wheels to spin tional risks or to drive at excessive
and thus regain traction. speeds.
- Press on control A, the ESP/ASR warning lamp and the control light up. The functioning of this system is
The ESP/ASR systems are no longer active. subject to compliance with the
manufacturers recommendations
The ESP/ASR systems will activate again: on wheels (tyres and rims), brake
parts and electronic components,
- Automatically after the ignition has been switched off. as well as with CITRONs assem-
- Automatically when you drive at above approx. 30 mph bly and repair procedures.
(except 2.0i 16V 180hp engine).
After any collision, have this
- Manually with another press on control A. system checked by a CITRON
Operational anomaly dealer.
If there is a system malfunction, the ESP/ASR warning lamp comes on.
Contact CITRON to have the system checked.

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D I E S E L PA R T I C U L AT E F I LT E R S Y S T E M

Complementary to the catalytic converter, this lter makes an active contribution to the preservation of air quality
by the retaining of the unburnt pollutant particles. Black exhaust fumes are thus no longer emitted. II

Clogging of the particle lter


This alert tells you that the particle lter is starting to ll up (in conditions of urban driving of exceptionally long
duration: low speeds, trafc jams etc.)
In order to regenerate the lter, you are advised to drive as soon as possible, when the trafc conditions permit, at
a speed of 60 km/h (around 40 mph) or more for at least 5 minutes.
If this alert persists, consult a CITRON dealer.
Observation: After prolonged idling or driving at very low speeds, you may occasionally notice water vapour being
emitted from the exhaust when accelerating. This is of no consequence to the running of the vehicle or to the
environment.

Diesel fuel additive level


If the additive level is low, it is necessary to top up the additive. Contact a CITRON dealer as soon as possible.

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L A N E D E PA R T U R E WA R N I N G S Y S T E M

Operation
II Provided you are travelling at over 80 km/h (approx. 50 mph), if you cross
a lane marking, you are alerted by a vibration within the cushion of your
seat:
- oriented to the right for crossing a lane marking to the right,
- oriented to the left for crossing a lane marking to the left.
The system does not alert you while your direction indicator is operating,
nor for about 20 seconds after your direction indicator has stopped.
Note: This device is designed to identify trafc lane markings.
A In certain specic instances, it may trigger an unwanted alert, for example
when you cross a direction arrow or some other random marking.
The effectiveness of the system may be temporarily affected by conditions
This driving assistance device external to the vehicle:
alerts you if you are wandering
from your lane (continuous or Detection of lanes made difcult by:
dotted line marking on the road - Markings that are worn or erased.
surface). - Insufcient contrast with the surface of the road.
It is designed especially for use Masking of the sensors due to:
on motorways and dual carriage-
ways, operating only at speeds - Driving in snow or heavy rain.
above 80 km/h (approx. 50 mph). - Driving on roads covered with mud or surface water.
If the system is ineffective for a prolonged period, contact a CITRON
Activation / Deactivation dealer.
A press on control A activates the
function, the warning lamp on the
control lights up.
A second press on control A deac-
tivates the function, the warning
lamp on the control goes out.
Whenever you start the engine,
the mode (activated/deactivated),
selected when you last switched
off the engine, is retained.
The driver must still remain attentive and in complete control of
the vehicle.
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DIRECTIONAL HEADLAMPS

This function is associated with


headlamps that have Xenon II
bulbs.
Whether on dipped beam or main
beam, your headlamps follow the
direction of the road ahead.
Lighting quality when driving round
bends is considerably improved.
Function activated Function deactivated

Activation / Deactivation
This can be activated / deactivated in the Main menu. See Multifunction
displays.
When you start the engine, you retain the mode (activated or deactivated)
that was selected when you last stopped the engine.
By default, this function is in activated mode.
Note: At zero or very low speed, or in reverse gear, this function is inac-
tive.

If there is a malfunction, the Dipped beams


warning lamp ashes.
Have the system checked by a CITRON dealer.
You are recommended to have both Xenon bulbs changed if
On vehicles equipped with day- there has been a malfunction in either of them.
time-running lamps, the function is
activated only if the lighting control
is on main beam / dipped beam. 75
PA R K I N G A S S I S TA N C E

Activation / Deactivation
II You can activate/deactivate the
parking assistance with a press
on control 1. If the parking assist-
ance is inactive, the warning lamp
is on.
Activation or deactivation of the
parking assistance is memorised
1 when you stop the vehicle.

Proximity sensors are located in Colour NaviDrive version Note: The system is deactivated
the front and rear bumpers of automatically if a trailer is attached
your vehicle. to the vehicle.
When manoeuvring, whether The tting of the towbar should
forwards or in reverse, at a speed be carried out by the CITRON
below approx. 6 mph, they warn network.
you of the presence of any obsta-
cle situated within their detection
zone, by means of:
- a sound signal emitted by the
front or rear loudspeakers,
Screen C and Monochrome
- the display of the outline of your NaviDrive version
vehicle with shading at the zones
where obstacles are detected. - As the vehicle gets close to
the obstacle, the sound signal
As the vehicle approaches an becomes ever more rapid and
obstacle, the sound signal tells you the shading appears ever closer
its position according to whether to your vehicles outline.
the sound issues from the front LH
or RH speaker or from the rear LH - When the obstacle is less than
or RH speaker. around 25 centimetres from the
vehicle, the signal becomes con-
tinuous and a WARNING panel
appears on the display.

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PA R K I N G A S S I S TA N C E

Operation:
- When you engage reverse gear, a sound signal informs you that the system is active. The outline of your vehicle II
is displayed on the screen. Any obstacles situated at the rear or at the front of the vehicle can be detected.
- Moving forward at a speed lower than approx. 10 km/h (6 mph), either in neutral or in a gear, the outline of your
vehicle is displayed on the screen immediately an obstacle is detected in front of the vehicle. Obstacles situated
at the front of the vehicle can be detected.
Note
- The proximity sensors cannot detect obstacles situated immediately below or above the bumpers.
- A thin object such as a spike or stake, or other similar object, may be detected only at the start of your manoeuvre
but not when the vehicle has approached close to it.
- During the winter months or in bad weather, make sure that the sensors are not covered by dirt or by ice or
snow.

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ACCESS

Locking from the inside


With the doors closed, press but-
ton A once to operate the electric A
central locking and unlocking.
The doors can still be opened from
inside.
III The central locking will not operate
if a door is open, or not properly B
closed.
The lamp on the control A can Personal security Manual operation
signal any of 3 statuses: (emergency mode)
When the vehicle is started, the
- It ashes if the doors are open system automatically locks the In the event of an electrical fault,
when the vehicle is stationary, doors and tailgate as soon as you it is possible to lock the vehicles
engine stopped. reach a speed of approx. 10 km/h doors by actioning control B on
- It lights up if the doors are locked (6 mph). each door.
and the ignition is switched on. With the door open, insert the end
- It goes out if the doors are not Note: If a door is opened, this door
will automatically relock as soon of a key or similar item into the
locked. aperture and turn.
as the vehicle reaches approx.
Note: Control A is inactive if the 6 mph. Close the door.
vehicle has been locked with the
remote control or with the key. After a repair, normal functioning
Activation / Deactivation of the resumes using either the unlock-
function ing control A, the remote control,
After switching on the ignition, or the key used in the drivers
give a long press on the central door.
unlocking button until a message
is displayed.

If you decide to drive with the doors locked, remember that in


the event of an accident this renders access more difcult for
the emergency services.
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ACCESS

B
III
A
Tailgate Closing the tailgate Emergency unlocking
Lower the tailgate, using the If there is a problem with unlock-
Opening from the outside 2 handhold zones located on the ing the tailgate, it can be unlocked
Press upwards on lever A which is tailgate interior trim. from inside the boot:
located between the number plate Removing your ngers, press - insert a screwdriver or similar
lamps. down to close. tool into hole B of the lock,
Anti-theft security - turn it in order to unlock the tail-
In all cases, as soon as the vehi- gate.
cle is moving (at above approx.
10 km/h or 6 mph) the tailgate
locks automatically. The tailgate
unlocks when a door is opened
or if the interior locking/unlocking
button is pressed.

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V E N T I L AT I O N - H E AT I N G
AIR CONDITIONING

III

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V E N T I L AT I O N - H E AT I N G
AIR CONDITIONING

Air intake Air conditioning


Make sure that the exterior air inlet At any time of year, the air condi-
grille at the base of the windscreen tioning is useful for removing air
is clean (free of dead leaves, snow humidity and misting.
etc.). To keep the air conditioning com-
If washing the vehicle with a high pressor well sealed, it is essential
pressure jet, take care to avoid to operate the air conditioning at
targeting close to the air inlet. least once in every month. III
To be effective, the air condition-
Air vents ing should only be used with the
The air vents have grilles for windows closed. Sensor
directing the ow of air (up/down, If you are towing a heavy trailer or The automatic air conditioning
right/ left) with controls for adjust- if outside temperatures are very inside the passenger compartment
ing the volume of air. high, the air conditioning may be makes use of the sunlight sensor,
temporarily interrupted in favour which is located on the dashboard
Air circulation behind the instrument panel.
of engine cooling.
Optimal comfort is obtained by a Take care not to obstruct it.
good distribution of air in the front Water arising from condensation
and the rear of the passenger in the air conditioning is allowed
compartment. to drain out through an aperture
provided for this purpose ; a pool
To ensure efcient operation, take of water may thus form beneath
care not to obstruct the air outlets the vehicle when stationary.
located under the front seats.
You are recommended to have the
Pollen lter / odour lter air conditioning system checked on
(active carbon) a regular basis (see Maintenance
Guide).
Your installation has a lter for
excluding dust and restricting The air conditioning uses energy
disagreeable odours. from the engine to operate. This
results in extra fuel consumption
This lter needs to be changed
according to the maintenance
requirements. (See: Maintenance
Guide).

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V E N T I L AT I O N - H E AT I N G
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

Control panel Demisting - deicing of the windscreen and front


side windows
- Place the controls for temperature 4 and air ow 3 on
maximum.
- Close the central air vents.
- Operate the air conditioning by pressing the control 6,
the warning lamp comes on.
III
Note: you should not be in air recirculation.

2 - Air recirculation
This position is for excluding disagreeable
odours or emissions coming from outside the
cabin. With a press on control 2, the entry of
1 - Adjustment of the air distribution air from outside is closed off, the lamp comes
on. This should be cancelled as soon as possible to
prevent misting and to allow fresh air into the cabin.
Demisting - Defrosting.
To deactivate the air recirculation, press again on
Flow to the windscreen and front side win- control 2.
dows.
3 - Heater blower control
Distribution to the windscreen, side win- The air blower operates only when the engine is
dows and footwells. running. For optimum comfort in the passenger com-
partment, the control should not remain in position 0
(position 1 minimum).

Flow to front and rear passenger footwells.


4 - Temperature control

Air ow to the face level vents.

Distribution from the air blower can be altered at will by


placing the distributor 1 in an intermediate position.
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MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

5 - Rear screen demisting


Can only be operated with the engine running.
One press on control 5 activates the electric demisting of the rear screen and, according to version, the
exterior rear view mirrors. The warning lamp comes on. It switches off automatically to avoid excessive
consumption of power.
One press stops the demisting.
A further press starts it again. III
Note: If the engine is stopped before the end of demisting, the latter will resume the next time the engine is
started.

6 - Air conditioning
The air conditioning will only operate when the engine is running.
Press on control 6. The warning lamp comes on.
For air conditioning, the air blower control 3 must not be on position 0.
Air conditioning is obtained by mixing the warm air with refrigerated air. The control for the blown air temperature 4
adjusts the air conditioning provided the control 6 is operational.

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A U T O M AT I C D U A L Z O N E
AIR CONDITIONING

Control panel 2 - Automatic operation


This is the normal operating mode.
A press on this control, conrmed by the display of
A/C and AUTO, automatically manages all the
5 following functions according to the temperature
chosen:
- Flow of air.
III
- Cabin temperature.
- Distribution of air.
- Air conditioning.
- Recycling of air.
To enable the system to operate, all the air vents
should be kept open.
Note: in order to prevent misting inside the vehicle,
regardless whether the weather is fresh or humid,
AUTO mode is recommended.

1 - Display 3 - Adjustment of temperature on left hand side


4 - Adjustment of temperature on right hand side

To display the desired temperature, rotate control 3


or 4:
- To the left to lower the temperature
- To the right to raise the temperature
The difference between the temperatures on the right
and on the left cannot be greater than 3.
An adjustment around 21 will provide a temperature
that is comfortable. Depending on your requirements,
an adjustment between 18 and 24 is normal.

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A U T O M AT I C D U A L Z O N E
AIR CONDITIONING

The display HI (high) corresponds to a demand 6 - Air recirculation


for maximum heating (above 27). When you press on control 6, the entry of air
from outside is blocked off and the associated
symbol is displayed. This function can also be
The display LO (low) corresponds to a demand accessed by pressing the appropriate button
for maximum air conditioning (below 15). on the steering wheel.
While retaining the other settings, this position excludes
Notes: disagreeable odours or emissions coming from outside. III
It should be cancelled as soon as possible to prevent
- When you enter the vehicle, the temperature inside misting and to allow fresh air into the cabin.
the vehicle may be much colder (or warmer) than a
comfortable temperature. It is no use modifying the To deactivate the air recirculation, press again on
displayed temperature to try to attain the desired control 6.
level of comfort. The system automatically strives to
compensate this temperature discrepancy as rapidly 7 - Adjustment of the air distribution
as possible. Press the button successively so that the dis-
- When starting the engine from cold, in order to avoid play shows, in turn, the air ow to:
distributing too much cold air, the blower will attain its
optimum level gradually.
The windscreen and front side windows.

Manual recalling of one or more functions


The windscreen , front side windows and
All the functions 5, 7 and 8 can be adjusted manually. passenger footwells.
Display of the function AUTO then disappears.

Passenger footwells.
5 - Air conditioning
To stop the air conditioning, press on the con-
trol 5. The symbol A/C disappears. Central and lateral air vents and passen-
Use the AUTO mode to avoid misting of the ger footwells.
windows in damp or cold weather.
To restart it, press again on the control 5. The symbol
A/C displays. Central and lateral air vents.
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A U T O M AT I C D U A L Z O N E
AIR CONDITIONING

8 - Air ow 10 - Demisting - deicing of the rear screen


Heater blower speed: press button: When this function is working, the warning
lamp comes on and the symbol appears on
the display. This control is for rapid deicing
To increase it or demisting of the rear screen. It switches
off automatically to avoid excessive consumption of
power.
III To stop it, press again on the control 10.
To decrease it.

The level of air ow is represented on the display by


the progressive lling of the fan blades.
A press on the control 8 deactivates the function
AUTO. To restart it, press again on the control
AUTO.
Note: to avoid condensation and poor air quality in the
passenger compartment, it is recommended always to
maintain a sufcient ow of air.

9 - Demisting - deicing of the windscreen and


front side windows
While it is operating, the warning lamp lights
and the symbol appears on the display.
This control is for rapid deicing or demisting
of the windscreen, acting automatically on the
air blower ow, air distribution, air conditioning and air
entry. To stop it, press again on control 9 or on the
control AUTO.
Press AUTO to return the system to its
automatic function.

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R E A R S E AT S

To lower the head restraints, press


on the unlocking controls.
To remove them, pull upwards as
far as permitted, then press on the
unlocking controls.
Note: Never drive the vehicle
without the head restraints tted. III
Rear head restraints
The rear head restraints have two
positions:
- A stowed position for when the
seat is not occupied.
Rear armrest - A fully raised position aimed at
maximising the safety of pas-
Lower it to gain access to the shelf sengers, including when using
located on the backrest. a forward-facing child seat.
Lift the cover. It comprises a tray
with two cup-holders and two pen-
holders.

Before folding the seat


Before tipping the rear seat, make sure that the seat belts will not be
snagged or trapped by the seat and its catches.
Position them carefully to the sides of the backrests.
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R E A R S E AT S

2
III

A
Backrest Folding rear seat Removing the seat base
Stow the head restraints. Press on Raise the front of the seat base To improve seating versatility, the
control A located on the extremity (arrow 1), then tilt the base against rear seats are removable.
of the backrest and tilt fully for- the backrests of the front seats Detach one of the linkages from
wards. (arrow 2). When repositioning the its securing point, then disengage
The benchseat backrest can be seat base, make sure that the seat the other linkage to remove the
folded in two. When repositioning belt buckles are back in place. seat assembly.
the backrest, make sure that it is Press on control A and tilt the
correctly locked in place. backrest.
Note: If you fold the benchseat
partially, you must also fold the
corresponding backrest.
When you are handling the rear
seats, avoid trapping the seat
belts and make sure that the belt
buckles are positioned correctly.

88
AIRBAGS

Passengers airbag
deactivation
In order to be able to use a rear-
facing child seat in the front
passenger position, it is essential
to deactivate the passenger air-
bag.
- With the ignition off, insert the III
key into the switch A, located in
the glovebox.
- Turn the key to position OFF.
The passengers airbag is deac-
tivated.
The front passenger airbag To reactivate the front
The front passengers airbag can deactivation warning lamp in the passengers airbag
be deactivated instrument panel lights up (igni- Do not forget to reactivate the
tion on). airbag function; to do that, with
ignition switched off:
- Insert and turn the key to the
ON position, the airbag is acti-
vated.
The warning lamp in the instru-
ment panel comes on for a few
seconds when you switch the igni-
tion on.

If there is a malfunction, the airbag fault


warning lamp comes on.
In the front passengers seat position,
it is essential to deactivate the front passengers airbag
whenever a rear-facing child seat is installed there.
Otherwise the child risks being killed or seriously injured
should the airbag deploy.
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CHILD SAFETY

Note: Activation of the function


is conrmed by the lighting of the
warning lamp accompanied by a
message.

III
When the ignition is
switched on, the warning
lamp comes on then goes
out again approx. 10 sec-
onds after the engine is started.
Manual operation Electric operation
The rear doors are locked by The electrical safety is activated
operating the lever. by pressing the control located to
When the manual safety is in use, the rear of the electric windows
the aperture is horizontal. panel. This prohibits movement of
the rear electric windows and rear
passenger doors.
It is still possible to open the doors
from the outside, provided the
vehicle is not locked.

Note: with the ignition


on, if the child safety is
activated for the two rear
doors, the warning lamp
lights up on the control on
the dashboard.

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CHILD RESTRAINTS

CHILD SEATS secured by


means of the vehicle seat belt Weight of child
In conformity with Directive 2000/3, Seat(s) Up to 10 kg
the table below tells you to what Up to 13 kg 9 - 18 kg 15 - 25 kg 22 - 36 kg
extent each of the seat positions (group 1) (group 2) (group 3)
(groups 0 and 0+)
in your vehicle may take a child
seat that is secured by means of Fixed seat U U U U
the vehicle seat belt and approved III
as Universal as a function of the Front pas-
weight of the child. senger (a) Height-adjust- U(R) U(R) U(R) U(R)
able seat
Consult User Precautions: the
chapter on Child Safety at the
end of this handbook, in order Lateral rear U U U U
to ensure that you are install-
ing your child in conditions of Central rear L2 X L4 L4
maximum safety.
U: Seat suitable for the installation of a universal rear- facing child seat
and a universal forward- facing child seat
U(R): Seat position suitable for installation of a universal rear- facing
child seat and of a forward- facing seat. The vehicle seat should be
adjusted to the highest position.
(a) It is essential to deactivate the front passengers airbag when a rear
facing child seat is installed in the front passengers seat position.
Before placing your child in the front passengers seat position, consult the
legislation currently in force in your country on the carrying of children in
this position.
L-: Only the child seats indicated may be installed in the seat position
concerned (depending on country).
X: Position not suitable for installation of a child seat of the weight group
indicated.

Take care to comply with the tting instructions given in the child
seat manufacturers user guide.
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CHILD RESTRAINTS

b
III c
a
ISOFIX anchoring points and Some ISOFIX child seats also
the ISOFIX fastening system have a top belt, which is for attach-
The lateral rear seat positions are ing on the ISOFIX top ring c.
equipped with the ISOFIX regula- To attach the top belt, raise the
tion anchorages. head restraint of the vehicle seat,
There are 3 rings for each seat then pass the bucke between the
position: two supports. Next x the buckle
on the top ring c and tension the
- Two bottom rings a and b top belt.
located between the backrest
and the vehicle seat. These are In all cases, the head restraint has
about 28 cm apart. to be raised to the maximum.
- One top ring c located in the This xing system is intended for
boot between the wheelarch and children weighing up to 18 kg.
the seat backrest.
ISOFIX child seats have two
latches which are easy to secure
on the two bottom rings a and b.

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CHILD RESTRAINTS

The ISOFIX child seat recommended for your vehicle is:


ISOFIX RMER Duo:
It is marketed in the CITRON network. It is equipped with a top belt and
so it is approved as an ISOFIX universal child seat.
If it is installed in a rear seat position, the vehicles corresponding front
seat should be adjusted so that the childs feet do not touch the backrest
of this front seat.
This ISOFIX child seat can also be installed in seat positions that are not
III
b equipped with ISOFIX anchoring points. In this case, it is compulsory to
secure it to the vehicle seat by means of the vehicle seat belt.
a
Incorrect installation of a child
seat in a vehicle compromises
protection of the child in the event
of a collision. The ISOFIX fasten-
ing system enables you to reduce
those risks posed by incorrect
tting, offering you a convenient,
strong and reliable tting for a
child seat in your vehicle.

In the front passengers seat, it is essential to deactivate the


front passengers airbag as soon as a rear-facing child seat is
installed in this position. Otherwise the child risks being killed or
seriously injured should the airbag deploy.
Take care to comply with the tting instructions given in the child
seat manufacturers user guide.
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INTERIOR LIGHTING

1 - Spotlamps
A press on one of the buttons will switch the corresponding spotlamp on
or off.
They will not come on if the ignition is switched off or the vehicle is in
economy mode.

III 2 - Front and rear interior lamps

In this position, the interior lamp comes on when you open a door
or the boot.

In this position, it is deactivated and switched off permanently.


In the front, the spotlamps are deactivated.

In this position, lighting is permanent.

Automatic lighting of interior lamps


- When you enter the vehicle:
They come on immediately you unlock the vehicle or open a door.
They go out 30 seconds after doors have been closed, or after the igni-
tion has been switched on.
- When you leave the vehicle:
They come on when you remove the ignition key (for about 30 seconds),
or when a door is opened.
They go out after 30 seconds with the doors closed, or immediately the
vehicle is locked.

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INTERIOR LIGHTING

III

Glovebox lighting Boot lighting Sill lighting


Comes on automatically when the Operates automatically on open- These light up automatically with
cover is opened. Do not forget to ing the tailgate. the interior lamps.
close it again. Does not work with
the ignition off.

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INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Glovebox Storage drawer Floor mats


To open, pull the handle and lower To open: press at the centre of the Use only the xings provided in
the lid. drawer. the wallet that is attached.
The glovebox has: To retrieve an object, lift the drawer If removing the mat on the drivers
up using the aperture provided. side :
- Storage locations for pens, spec-
tacles, telephone cards, etc. - slide the seat as far as possible
rearwards,
- Three sockets for connecting
audio/video equipment. - completely undo the xings,
- remove the xings, then the oor mat.
- A ventilation duct A can be
adjusted manually. It uses the When retting, position the oor
same conditioned air as the air mat correctly and press the xings
vents. rmly home.
Check that the oor mat is securely
in position.

To prevent any hindrance


under the pedals :
- use only the oor mats that
are compatible with the
WARNING: As a safety xings already present in
measure, the vehicle. It is essential to
the glovebox must remain Storage ap use these xings.
shut when the vehicle is in To open: press at the centre. - never t any further oor
96 motion. mats on top.
INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Storage pockets in the front doors and rear panels Oddments tray on front central
console

Storage pockets

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INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Sun visors Glasses-holder Carrier bag hook


Fold visors down to avoid dazzle - Press at the bottom to deploy
from ahead. the hook.
They can be disengaged from their - Press at the top to stow the
central xing and pivoted over to hook.
the side windows if required.
The passengers and drivers sun
visors each have a mirror that can
be covered.
Sun visor with illuminated
mirror
Illuminates automatically on open-
ing the mirror cover ap (ignition
on).
Grab handles/
Coat hooks

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INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Cigar lighter Ashtray Panoramic roof


Operates when the ignition is on. To open it, lift the ap. The roof has two opaque blinds
Push in and wait a few moments. To empty the ashtray, lift at the positioned at the front and rear.
The cigar lighter will release rear and pull towards you. To close the front blind, pull the
automatically. The cigar lighter handle rearwards.
will gradually emerge for easy To close the rear blind, pull the
removal. To ret handle forwards.
Reposition the front part of the The blinds have a retard
ashtray, then press on the rear mechanism which stows them
12V accessories socket part. automatically when you release
(Maximum power : 150 Watts) them.
Operates when the ignition is on.
It is located on the central con-
sole.

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BOOT

III

Luggage securing rings Boot separation Storage


Use the 2 side xings at the rear, To keep objects separated in the - Push the sides towards the cen-
as well as the 6 anchoring rings boot, you can use the separators tre.
on the boot oor and the rear seat to create 3 compartments on the - Push towards the rear.
backrest, to secure your loads. boot oor.
For safety reasons, in case of hard
braking, heavy objects should be
placed as far forward as possible. Positioning
- Pull the handle.
- Fold the separators in an appro-
Protective net priate manner to make a rm
This helps to secure objects structure.
stowed in the boot.
Note: Before any manuvre,
make sure that the boot carpet is
correctly positioned.

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BOOT

III

Boot hook Removal (3- door model) Removal (5- door model)
- Detach the cords. - Detach the cords.
- Carefully lift then pull, tilting it - Carefully lift then pull.
slightly on one side.

Avoid using the rear shelf for heavy or hard items.


These could be dangerous if thrown around during harsh braking
or, if they touch the rear screen, could damage the heating
elements.
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SCENTED AIR FRESHENER

A
1
III

The scented air freshener is To deploy a cartridge, remove the To remove the cartridge, take the
located to the right of the central cap A located on the cartridge cap A off the new cartridge that
air vent. head and insert the latter into the you will t and put it on the car-
You can stop or adjust the ow of system. tridge you are removing. Pull.
scented air, via control 1. The cartridges need replacing
from time to time.
Note: The central air vents should
be open. They are available, according to
country, on the Citron internet
site.

As a matter of safety, use the scented air freshener and cartridges only for the purpose intended,
in conformity with the user instructions.
Keep the cartridge packaging together with the user instructions and precautions.
Do not dismantle the cartridges.
Do not touch the scent mesh.
Never try to rell the scented air freshener or the cartridges with a freshener
other than those approved by CITRON.
Keep these items away from children and animals.
Avoid them coming into contact with the skin or eyes.
In the event of ingestion, consult a doctor and show him the packaging or the label.
102 Do not install, remove or adjust a cartridge while driving.
RADIO PRE-EQUIPMENT
FITTING LOUDSPEAKERS

III

CITRON radio option Fitting of front and rear On the dashboard


See the separate instruction book- loudspeakers Two tweeters located at each end
let in the vehicle document pack. Consult your CITRON dealer of the dashboard. Detach and pull
the grille, connect the tweeters, t
Radio connections them on the grille, rotating them a
Consult your CITRON dealer quarter turn, reposition the grilles.

103
R D S A U D I O C O M PA C T D I S C S Y S T E M W I T H
CD CHANGER

A B C D E F G H I J K

IV

R Q P O N M L
1
2
3
12
4
5 S
6
11
7
8
9

104 10
BUTTON CONTROLS

On / Off. Button for validation and activation/deactivation of


A
Volume adjust. certain functions.
L OK
B CD eject. If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Answer
call, end call.
C CD aperture.
Radio source : Manual search of lower frequencies.
SOURCE One
D press : Selection of sound source (Radio, CD,
CD changer). M CD/MP3 changer source : Selection of the next CD/
CD-cover.
Short press : Selection of frequency bands and memory Other sources : Scrolling in the Main Menu.
BAND/ banks.
E AST
Long press : Automatic pre-set function (Autostore). Radio source : Automatic search of lower
Call-up of audio adjustments : frequencies.
CD source, CD changer source and MP3 source :
F Sound ambiences, bass, treble, loudness, fade, balance, Reverse search for tracks.
speed-sensitive volume. - Long press : Rapid reverse with accelerated IV
N sound.
Radio source :
- Short press : Display of the list of radio stations Other sources : In the menus, choice of your adjust-
G LIST available (30 maximum). ments.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Selection
- Long press : Update of list of stations. of characters.
CD source : Display of list of tracks of the CD.
Short press : Cancel the current operation or delete a Display of the Main Menu.
H ESC superimposed display. O MENU In certain countries, this control is deactivated while the
Long press : Return to the permanent display. vehicle is moving.

Short press : TA function (road information). 1-6 Radio source :


I TA/PTY Long press : PTY function (election of programme - Short press : Recall of pre-set stations.
type). P
- Long press : Memorisation.
Radio source : Manual search of higher frequencies. 1-5 CD changer source : Selecting a CD.

J CD/MP3 changer source : Selection of the previous


CD/CD-cover. Short successive presses :
Other sources : Scrolling in the Main Menu. - One press : Display of radio, time and temperature
Q DARK only.
Radio source : Automatic search of higher frequencies. - Two presses : Display off (blank display).
CD source, CD changer source and MP3 source : - Three presses : Return to the standard display.
Forward search for tracks.
K - Long press : Fast forward with accelerated sound. R MODE Selection of the type of information displayed.
Other sources : In the menus, choice of your adjust-
ments.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Selection S CD changer.
of characters.
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C O N T R O L S AT T H E S T E E R I N G W H E E L

The controls at the steering wheel give you access to certain functions, without you needing to use the radio-CD
control panel.
1 VOL + Volume increase Selection of type of information displayed on the right
10 MODE of the screen and, for screen A, choice of activation/
Radio source : deactivation of functions and adjustments.
Short press : Automatic search of higher frequen-
cies.
2 If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system :
CD and CD changer source : 11
Short press : Forward search for tracks. Press : Display of the Directory menu.
Long press : Fast forward with accelerated sound.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system :
Radio source : 12
Press : Activation of voice recognition.
Scrolling of pre-set stations.
CD and MP3 source :
IV 3
Search of the track.
CD changer source : Display A
Selection of next or previous CD.
4 VOL - Volume decrease.

Mute
5 First press : Temporary sound pause.
Second press : Restoration of sound.
Access to the main menu to activate/deactivate or Display C
choose the adjustments for your vehicle.
6 MENU
In certain countries, this control is deactivated while
the vehicle is moving.
In a menu, a list, an alphabet :
Validation of the function, the element or the value
7 OK chosen.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Answer Technical specications
call, end call
Your Bluetooth compatible radio possesses :
8 Selection of the next or previous elements of a menu - 3 wavebands (MW/LW/FM).
in a screen, a list, an alphabet.
- Dual tuner with RDS EON PTY, display of the
Short press : Cancellation of the current operation. PS name, RDS programme search, TA trafc
9 ESC information, 24 pre-selections (18 FM - 6 MW/LW),
Long press : Return to the permanent display.
automatic memorisation of the AST strongest stations.
- An MP3- compatible CD reader.
106 - Audio power of 4x35 W.
GENERAL FUNCTIONS - AUDIO
ADJUSTMENTS

On / Off Selection of source Sound adjustments


With the key in Drive position M, To select either Radio, CD (CD Each press on button F brings up
press on control A to switch the already inserted and Radio source the parameter to be adjusted :
radio on or off. activated), or CD changer source, choice of predened sound ambi-
press on control D. ances, bass, treble, loudness, fade
Note : (front/rear sound distribution), bal-
When you insert a CD it automati-
- If the radio was on the last time cally starts being read. ance (left/right sound distribution)
you switched off the ignition, it and volume adjusted to vehicle
will resume automatically when Note : speed.
you switch on the ignition again. When the radio is switched off, the Press buttons K or N to modify the
You will not have to press on source selected is memorised. values for the function displayed.
control A.
Volume adjustment Note :
- After switching off the ignition,
you can still operate the audio Rotate control A to increase or - The selection of a sound ambi- IV
system even without the ignition decrease the sound volume. ance automatically adjusts bass
key being present. Simply press You can also increase or decrease and treble. These can be modi-
on button A. The system will turn the volume using buttons 1 and 4 ed.
itself off after approx. 30 min- at the steering wheel. To restore the original adjustments
utes. for the musical ambiances, reset
Note :
Anti-theft system bass and treble to zero.
- The sound volume when you
This radio is coded in such a way switch off the radio will be the - Adjustment of loudness, as well
as to function only on your particu- same when you switch it on as bass and treble when they
lar vehicle. It would be unusable if again. are available, are specic to
installed on any other vehicle. each sound source and to each
- The radio sound volume auto- musical ambiance.
Note : matically adjusts to the vehicle
speed, provided the volume - If you leave the audio system un-
The anti-theft system is automatic adjustment function is acti- actioned for a few seconds, it will
and requires no action on your vated. revert to the normal display.
part.
Temporary sound pause
Press on control 5 at the steering
wheel to activate this function.
The sound will be paused, regard-
less of the source selected.
To restore the audio output, press
one of the controls at the steering
wheel.
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RADIO SOURCE

Notes on radio reception Manual search Automatic search


Your radio will be subject to certain Manual seearch is via buttons J A short press on one of the buttons
phenomena that are not encoun- or M. K or N will tune into higher or lower
tered by domestic systems. By keeping button J or M pressed, radio stations respectively, within
The reception of AM and FM signals you will be able to scroll through the chosen waveband.
may suffer from interference, which the waveband. Scrolling will stop By keeping button K or N pressed,
is caused by the nature and propa- as soon as you release the button. you will be able to scroll through the
gation of the signals and does not The radio will remain tuned to the waveband. The scrolling will stop at
reect on the quality of your radio frequency that is displayed. the rst station it nds once the but-
installation. ton is released.
In AM, the reception may be affected Tuning sensitivity You can also do this by means of
when passing under power lines or Automatic searches can be carried control 2 at the steering wheel.
bridges, or when travelling through out according to two levels of sen- If the automatic search is unable to
tunnels. sitivity : tune into a known frequency (per-
IV In FM mode, the reception may be - To capture the most powerful haps owing to very weak reception),
affected by the distance from the transmitters, choose the local it is possible to search manually to
station transmitter, the reecting of search mode LO (default nd this station.
signals off obstacles (mountains, option).
hills, tower blocks) and radio blacks- Display and selection of a
pots (no coverage from the station - To capture the weakest or most station available in the area in
transmitter). distant transmitters, choose the which you are travelling
sensitive search mode DX.
Briey press on button G to bring
Selection of radio source Search for a station is done rst in up a list of stations, this is updated
Press button D to select the source. LO (local) sensitivity, then in DX every 10 minutes.
(distant) sensitivity. You can also update this list at
Selection of frequencies and To commence a search in sensitivity any time by giving a long press on
memory banks DX (distant) immediately , press button G.
Press button E successively to go twice in succession on one of the To listen to one of these stations,
through the memory banks FM1, FM2 buttons K or N. select by pressing buttons J or M
and FM3, for the FM waveband, and validate using button L.
and the memory banks MW/LW, for
the AM waveband.

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RADIO SOURCE

Manual pre-setting Automatic memorisation Recall of pre-set stations


Select the waveband and memory of transmitters (Autostore Press button E briey to select the
bank required using button E. function) required waveband and memory
Select a station using either auto- In FM, if you hold down button E bank.
matic or manual search. for more than two seconds, your A short press on one the pre-selec-
Keep pressing for more than two radio will automatically memorise tion buttons 1 to 6 on the keypad P
seconds on one of the pre-selection the 6 strongest stations on the FM3 recalls the corresponding memo-
buttons 1 to 6 on the keypad P. memory bank. rised station. You can also do this
The sound momentarily cuts off, The display shows FM AST. using the control 3 at the steering
then returns to its previous level to The radio memorises the 6 strong- wheel.
conrm that it has memorised the est transmitters, deleting the 6 If it is a RDS station, the frequency
station. previously memorised. appears some seconds before the
After the memorisation, the radio name appears.
goes directly to memory 1 of memory For RDS stations, recall of a station
bank FM3. may prompt a search for a fre-
IV
quency corresponding to the region
Note :
where you happen to be (see RDS
- If the trafc information func- system).
tion has been activated (see
RDS SYSTEM), the stations
offering this facility will be memo-
rised as priority.
If it is unable to memorise any new
stations, the system will retain the
previously memorised stations.
- If the system is unable to nd
6 stations, the unlled memory
slots will remain free.

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RDS SYSTEM

Using the RDS (radio data Activation/deactivation of To activate/deactivate the RDS


system) function on FM the rds functions functions on the display A :
The majority of FM radio stations The RDS functions can be accessed 1. Press button O.
use the RDS system. The radio in via the following two menus : 2. Select the AUDIO-CD icon
your vehicle has this system,. - Main menu (press button O). via buttons J or M.
The RDS system enables these - AUDIO menu (press button L).
stations to transmit non-audible 3. Select scanning for RDS
data in addition to the broadcast- stations, via buttons J or M.
To activate/deactivate the RDS The system tells you the
ing of their programmes. The data functions on the display C :
provides access to various functions status (active or inactive) of
described in this chapter, such as: 1. Press button O. the function.
display of the station name, inter- 2. Select the AUDIO icon using 4. Modify this status via
mittent trafc information ashes or buttons J or M. buttons K or N.
automatic scanning of stations. This
IV enables you to continue listening to 3. Conrm your choice with a 5. Then please wait for the
your chosen radio station, regard- press on button L. display to disappear.
less of the different frequencies it 4. Select the sub-menu for Note :
uses in the regions through which the FM waveband, via
you are travelling. buttons J or M. Conrm your If the RDS function is active :
choice with a press on button - The RDS on the display will light
Scanning of rds stations L. up provided the station being
Your radio keeps the best possible 5. Select scanning for RDS received uses the RDS system
reception by continuously looks for stations, via buttons J or M. with scanning of frequencies.
any other frequencies on which the - The RDS on the display is
selected radio station is broadcast, 6. Validate your choice with a
automatically choosing the fre- press on button L. barred if the station received
quency offering the best reception (if uses the RDS system without
7. Using control L, select/ frequency search.
the station broadcasts on more than deselect to activate/
one transmitter or frequency. deactivate the function. If your RDS function is deactivated,
the RDS on the display will be
8. Validate your choice by absent in all cases.
selecting OK on the display. The display will indicate the NAME
for the stations that use the RDS
system and the frequency for sta-
tions that do not use it.

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RDS SYSTEM

Regional search mode Note : Selecting a programme type


Some stations, when they are organ- - You have to be in FM wave Certain stations offer the possibility
ised in networks, broadcast regional band. of listening to a particular programme
programmes at certain times of day, - The station being listened to type, selected from a list (PTY).
and national programmes at other press for more than two seconds on
times. should indicate via the RDS
system that it broadcasts trafc button I.
It is possible to search : information. Press on buttons J or M to scroll
- Either for a regional station only. through and select the programme
- Stations organised in a network type you prefer, then press on
- Or across the whole network (EON) have regional transmitters
in order to nd a different pro- button L to validate your choice.
that send their own programmes:
gramme. while you are listening to one of Searching for a station
To activate/deactivate this function, these stations the system will broadcasting this programme
proceed as for Scanning of RDS switch automatically to a station type
stations. on the network that is broadcast- When you have chosen a programme IV
Note : ing trafc information. type, the list of corresponding sta-
When this mode is activated, the - You can stop listening to a mes- tions appears on the display, press
system will remain tuned to one sage by pressing button I. on buttons J or M to scroll down and
specic regional station. select the station you want, then
Sound volume adjustment for press on button L to validate your
TA trafc information (trafc trafc information choice.
announcements)
The sound volume for trafc infor- Quitting pty mode
Some stations allow broadcasting, mation operates separately from
only in FM, of these messages that for the rest of the system, and To quit PTY mode, select the func-
thanks to the TA function. can be adjusted independently. tion to deactivate PTY in the list of
You can activate the TA function the different programme types.
Rotate button A while a trafc
by pressing on button I. This allows information message is being broad- Radio text via contextual menu
you, even though you are listen- cast.
ing to another audio source or to a This function allows to view the
This volume adjustment is memo- information broadcast by the station,
radio programme not itself providing rised.
trafc messages, to receive trafc concerning the programme you are
information ashes from an FM sta- currently listening to.
tion which broadcasts them. To activate/deactivate this function,
While the messages are being proceed as for Scanning of RDS
broadcast the original source is stations.
paused and when the messages
have ended your radio will automati-
cally revert to the music programme
you were listening to.

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CD SOURCE

Selecting CD source Fast forward and rapid reverse Safety precautions


After inserting a CD, with the printed with accelerated sound For safety, do not use a CD player if
side facing upwards, the player will To move swiftly through the CD, the cabin temperature is higher than
start playing the CD automatically. press and keep pressed button K +60 C or lower than -10 C.
To change manually to CD source or N, respectively for fast forward If the temperature becomes too
(CD already inserted), press button or rapid reverse with accelerated high, an automatic safety device will
D until you obtain the source you sound. prevent the CD player from working
require. Play resumes as normal when the until an acceptable temperature is
button is released. restored.
Ejecting a CD
Press button B to eject the CD, Menu Handling compact discs
the audio system will automatically This menu allows activation/deacti- Do not drop them. Store the CDs
switch to radio source. vation of two options : so that they are kept of dust. Avoid
If the CD is not removed within 10 - Playback of the rst 7 seconds touching the disc surface as any
IV to 15 seconds of being ejected, it (approx.) of each track of the scratches may adversely affect the
will automatically be taken back into CD. sound quality. Do not attach any
the CD player, although it will not be stickers to the discs. Do not use
played. - Random playback of the CD damaged or deformed discs. Do
tracks. not expose them to heat or direct
Selecting a track This can be accessed in two sunlight.
Press button K once to play the next ways : If the surface of the compact disc
track. - Either by pressing button O and is dirty, it can be wiped with a soft,
Press button N once to return to clean cloth. Always wipe from the
proceeding as for Search of centre of the disc outwards.
the beginning of the track currently Stations RDS for screen C, the
being played, press a second time sub-menu corresponds to the
to go back to the start of the previ- Audio Preferences.
ous track.
Press the buttons successively to - Or, provided you are in CD
skip several tracks at a time. source, by pressing onbutton L.
This can also be done via the You can then access the Audio
control G. As the list of tracks is menu (for screen C only).
displayed on the screen, select the Note :
desired track using buttons J or M,
then validate using button L. If one of these options is active,
it remains active for CD changer
You can also do this by means of source.
control 2 at the steering wheel.

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CD SOURCE

MP3 CD player To select a track Menu


Your Audio CD system may be MP3 To display the list of CD-covers, This menu is for activation/deactiva-
compatible. press on button G. tion of three options :
As you insert a CD recorded in MP3 Use buttons J or M to select the CD- - Playback of the rst 7 seconds
format, playback starts of the rst cover you wish to listen to. (approx.) of each track of the
song of the rst CD-cover. To open a CD-cover, press L. CD.
You can select a particular track by Use buttons N or K to select the - Repetition of the current CD-
using buttons N or K and CD-covers track you wish to listen to. cover.
using buttons J or M. Validate by pressing button L or - Random playback of CD-cover
control 7 at the steering wheel. tracks by CD-cover.
This can be accessed in two
ways :
- Either by pressing button O and IV
proceeding as for Search of
Stations RDS for screen C, the
sub-menu corresponds to the
Audio Preferences.
- Or, provided you are in CD source,
by pressing onbutton L. You can
then access the Audio menu (for
screen C only).

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CD CHANGER SOURCE

CD Changer Selecting a CD Fast forward and rapid reverse


This equipment S (if present) is To select a CD, either press one with accelerated sound
located under the front central arm- of the pre-selection buttons 1 to 5 Press and keep pressed one of
rest and can accommodate 5 discs. on the keypad P, or scroll using the buttons K or N respectively for
buttons J or M. fast forward or rapid reverse with
INSERTING CDS INTO THE The CD will start to play automati- accelerated sound. Play resumes as
MAGAZINE cally. normal when the button is released.
Insert the CDs printed surface to the You can also do this by means of
left. control 3 at the steering wheel.
Menu
After each change of source, on This menu is for activation/deactiva-
Note : tion of three options :
return to CD changer source, play-
- Each compartment takes one back will resume at the same point - Playback of the rst 7 seconds
disc only. where it had been interrupted. (approx.) of each track of the
- The CD changer will not operate CD.
IV if discs are inserted the wrong Selecting a track
- Repetition of the current CD.
way up. Press button K once to play the next
track. - Random playback of tracks, CD
Removing discs Press button N once to return to
by CD.
To remove a CD, give a long press the beginning of the track currently This can be accessed in two ways :
on the corresponding button. being played, press a second time - Either by pressing button O and
Note : to go back to the start of the previ- proceeding as for Search of
ous track. Stations RDS for screen C, the
The CD changer (if there is one) is Press the buttons successively to sub-menu corresponds to the
not MP3 compatible. skip several tracks at a time. Audio Preferences.
Selecting CD changer source You can also do this by means of - Or if you are in CD changer
the controls 2 and 3 at the steering source by pressing button L. You
Press on button D until you reach wheel.
CD changer. then have access to the AUDIO
After the magazine engages, play- menu (for screen C only).
back of the rst track of the rst CD Note :
will begin.
If one of these options is active, it
remains active for CD source.

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BLUETOOTH

Your audio system may be Note : Connecting a twinned


Bluetooth compatible. It allows Refer to the user instructions to telephone
you to connect a mobile telephone familiarise yourself with the features Each time you enter the vehicle,
for use hands free and even to of twinning. after switching on the audio system,
use its directory. - The telephone detects the your telephone is detected automati-
It permits you to twin up to four tel- Bluetooth system on your vehicle. cally. If more than one telephone is
ephones, to be able then to connect C4 displays on your telephone. present, the last telephone to have
whichever one you choose. been connected is the rst to be
You should then select C4 on recognised.
The Bluetooth functions available your telephone controls. Next you
and the content of the display are Note :
must choose whether or not to
dependent on the type of mobile accept this twinning then select, Disconnections may occur. You may
telephone, its settings and the type have to make a new connection (see
on screen C using J, M or 8, one following page, Conguration :
of contract you have. For this reason of the 4 memories. Validate with a
it is advisable to make enquiries with Connecting a twinned mobile
your telephone provider. press on button L or 7. telephone). IV
Prior to any operation : Note : Remarks :
- Your display should be lit up (key - In the event of a problem, it is
You can select a memory already
in position M). attributed, although the telephone recommended to switch your
twinned to this location will no longer telephone off and then on again.
- Your telephones Bluetooth
system must be activated. be. - If you switch off your telephone
- Next the telephone asks you within the eld of reception of
Twinning a telephone to enter an identication code : the Bluetooth system on your
Twinning a telephone consists 1234. vehicle, the next connection will
of having it recognised by the not be automatic. To restore
- Validate. automatic connection, you will
Bluetooth system on your vehicle.
This then permits an instantaneous Note : have to connect your telephone
connection. This entry may be demanded earlier manually(see following page,
Twinning can only be performed with in the twinning sequence. Conguration : Connecting a
ignition switched on, display illumi- The telephone is now twinned twinned mobile telephone).
nated, engine stopped. No other to your Bluetooth system. For - If you are already in telephone
telephone should be connected. immediate access to the Bluetooth communication when the audio
- The twinning must be performed functions, it may be necessary to system is turned on, the latter
with the telephone and its make a connection (see following detects the telephone.
Bluetooth system activated. page Conguration : Connecting a - To avoid interference, you are
twinned mobile telephone). advised not to place your mobile
Once the twinning is nished, you will telephone close to your radio.
be able to connect your telephone
via the Main menu. To accept an incoming call
Using button L or control 7 at the
steering wheel. 115
BLUETOOTH

Main Menu Remarks : Conguration


Press on the Menu control O - The directory displayed updates This menu allows you to :
to access the Main Menu, then itself automatically. - Deleting a twinning.
select the Telephone icon via - If the person to be called does not
buttons J, M or 8 and then validate Using J, M or 8, select this choice
gure in the directory, the call can then validate via L or 7. Select
the selection via button L or 7. only be made starting from the
You have access : in the list the telephone that you
telephone. no longer wish to have twinned.
- To the Directory. - If you have information recorded in Validate.
- To Conguration. the Vcard format, you must select - Consulting the list of twin-
- To Communication Management. the person you wish to call, then
validate. A list of 4 numbers maxi- nings.
You access your choices using J, M mum can be displayed with the The list of telephones twinned is
or 8 then you validate them with a following labels : Home, Ofce, displayed.
press on L or 7.
IV This main menu can also be
Mobile and Car. - Connecting a mobile telephone
accessed by pressing button E then Calls list that is twinned.
button L. After selecting this component and
Select the telephone that you wish
then validating, the calls list is dis- to connect. This access allows you
Directory to make a connection manually.
played with a maximum of : 10 calls
This menu lets you open : made (arrow pointing upward), 10
- The telephone Directory of the calls received (arrow pointing down- Call management
telephone that is connected. ward) and 10 calls not connected. This menu is accessible during your
- The Calls List. It is possible to make a call starting calls, permitting you to :
This menu can also be accessed from this list : Select the number - Swap a call if there is another
with a press on control 11. via J, M or 8, then validate with a call incoming.
press on L or 7. - End a call.
Telephone directory
- Be in Secret mode.
The starting of a telephone call
can be done independently of the Remark :
telephone or of the audio system, If you are in telephone conver-
thanks to the directory. sation, you have access to this
The directory is displayed. Select the Conguration menu by means of a
number via J, M or 8, then validate press on L or 7.
with a press on L or 7.

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BLUETOOTH

Swapping a call Voice recognition Displays


During a telephone conversation, A short press on button 12 starts A press on the TEL button dis-
the system is able to tell you of a voice recognition for the telephone. plays the telephone information on
second call incoming. To accept it, Voice recognition allows you to the right on your screen.
validate. To change from one call to make a call to a number for which A Telephone symbol appears on
the other, select this choice. you have recorded a label on the your display when you connect a
mobile telephone that is twinned mobile telephone.
End a call and connected. A Battery symbol appears at the
This choice enables you to end a tel- bottom of the display to indicate the
ephone conversation, for example if Remark :
range of the mobile telephone con-
there is another call incoming. It is possible to stop the call as long nected.
as the dialling has not commenced, An Envelope symbol appears at
Secret mode by means of a short press on but- the bottom of the display to indicate
Select this choice. This allows you ton 12. the presence of an unread SMS on
not to be heard by the other person. Remarks : the mobile telephone connected. IV
To restore sound to the other person,
select deactivation of Secret mode - While you are on a call, the audio A Sound track symbol appears at
in the menu Call Management. source currently being listened the bottom of the display to indicate
to is paused. the presence of a message on the
Note : mobile telephone connected.
- Some ring tones on your mobile
If you wish to transfer a call from telephone may not be recog-
the audio system to the mobile
telephone (for example when leav- nised by the Bluetooth system
ing your vehicle), refer to the user on your vehicle. A different ring
instructions for the latter. tone will be chosen by the sys-
tem.

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JBL HI-FI SYSTEM

Your vehicle may be equipped with a JBL Hi-Fi system, specially designed to t in with your cabin interior.
Adjustment in CD or radio mode
The basic functions remain the same as those for the radio.
No extra adjustment is necessary.
However, to prot fully from your JBL audio system, you are recommended to adjust the audio functions: bass (Bass),
treble (Treb), front/rear balance (Fad), left/right balance (Bal) to position O, Loudness (Loud) to position ON for listening
to a CD and position OFF for listening to the radio.

IV

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F R E Q U E N T LY- A S K E D Q U E S T I O N S

The table below provides answers to the questions that are asked the most frequently.

QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION


To achieve an optimum listening quality, the Check that the audio adjustments (Volume,
audio adjustments (Volume, Bass, Treble, Bass, Treble, Ambiance, Loudness) are
Ambiance, Loudness) can be adapted to each of adapted to the sources being listened to.
There is a discrepancy in the different sound sources, which can produce It is recommended that you should adjust
sound quality between the audible shifts when you change the source the AUDIO functions (Bass, Treble, Front-
different audio sources (radio, CD, CD changer etc.). Rear balance, Left-Right balance) to the
(radio, CD, CD changer mid position, select the musical ambiance
etc.). None, adjust the loudness correction to
the position Active in CD mode and to
the position Inactive in radio mode. IV
The CD is the wrong way up, is unplayable, - Check that you have inserted the CD
does not contain audio data or contains an the right way up in the CD player.
audio format that the radio cannot play back. - Check the condition of the CD : the CD can-
The CD is protected by an anti-pirating protection not be played back if it is too damaged.
system unrecognised by the radio. - Check the contents if it is a burnt
CD : refer to the advice given in the
The CD immediately ejects
chapter on Audio System.
or does not play back.
- The radios CD player cannot play
back DVDs.
- For reasons of poor quality, some burnt CDs
will not be played back by the audio system.
- The CD changer does not play back
MP3 CDs.

The CD being used is scratched or of poor qual- Insert only CDs of good quality and
ity. keep them in good condition.
The CD player sound is
downgraded. The radio adjustments (bass, treble, ambiances) Return the treble and bass levels to 0,
are unsuitable. without selecting any ambiance.

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F R E Q U E N T LY- A S K E D Q U E S T I O N S

QUESTION ANSWER SOLUTION


The waveband selected is not the correct one. Press on the button BAND AST to
The pre-set stations do not retrieve the wave band (AM, FM1,
work (no sound, 87.5 Mhz is FM2, FMAST) where the stations have
displayed, etc.). been memorised.

Trafc Announcements (TA) The particular radio station is not in the regional Change to a radio station which does
is displayed, but I do not trafc information network. broadcast trafc information.
receive any road information.
The vehicle is too distant from the transmitter of Activate the RDS function to allow
the station being listened to, or no transmitter the system to check whether a more
is present in the geographical area you are powerful transmitter is to be found in
IV The reception quality of the passing through. the geographical area.
radio station being listened
to gradually deteriorates or The environment (hills, high buildings, tunnels, This phenomenon is normal and does
the pre-set stations do not underground car parks, etc.) is blocking recep- not imply anything wrong with the
work (no sound, 87.5 Mhz tion, even in RDS mode. radio.
displayed, etc.).
The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for Have the aerial checked by a CITRON
example after going through a car wash or in an dealer.
underground car park).

The RDS system during this brief sound cut-off Deactivate the RDS function if the
Cutting of sound for 1 or 2 is searching for a better frequency that might phenomenon occurs too frequently
seconds in radio mode. offer improved reception of the station. and always on the same journey.

When the engine is switched off, the working You have to start the engine so as to
time for the radio depends on the vehicle battery increase the battery charge.
When the engine is not run- charge.
ning, the radio stops after a
few minutes. The interruption is normal : the radio goes into
economy mode, cutting off in order to save the
vehicles battery.
In order to protect the audio equipment in exces- Switch off the audio system for a few
The message the audio sive ambient temperatures, the radio goes into minutes in order to allow the system to
system is overheating an automatic thermic protection mode which cool down.
appears on the screen. results in a reduction in sound volume or stop-
ping of the CD player.
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BONNET RELEASE

This should only be operated if Move the lever A, located above Bonnet stay: detach the stay
the vehicle is stationary. the grille, to the right of the chev- and pivot to introduce it into the
To release the bonnet, pull rons, then lift. notch 1, then into the notch 2 (see
control A located under the dash- the arrow reference).
board to the right.
Closing
Return the stay to its initial posi-
V
tion, lower the bonnet and let it
slam shut.

Make sure that the bonnet is securely locked


Avoid operating the bonnet when there are high winds.
121
ENGINE 1.4i 16V

122
ENGINE 1.6i 16V

123
ENGINE 2.0i 16V (143 hp)

124
ENGINE 2.0i 16V (180 hp)

125
E N G I N E H D i 9 2 - H D i 11 0
E N G I N E H D i 11 0 FA P

Only on HDi 110 engines


without particle lter.

Due to the fact that the diesel


system is a high pressure HDi engines are of a highly technical nature.
system:
All maintenance and repairs require specic qualications
IT IS FORBIDDEN TO CARRY OUT which only your CITRON Dealer can guarantee.
ANY REPAIRS TO THE SYSTEM.
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ENGINE HDi 138
E N G I N E H D i 1 3 8 FA P

Due to the fact that the diesel


system is a high pressure HDi engines are of a highly technical nature.
system:
All maintenance and repairs require specic qualications
IT IS FORBIDDEN TO CARRY OUT which only your CITRON Dealer can guarantee.
ANY REPAIRS TO THE SYSTEM.
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LEVELS
Refer to the chapter User Precaution

A Air lter
Follow the recommendations
Engine oil
Check the oil level with the
Brake uid
The uid level must be
in the Maintenance Guide. vehicle parked on level situated within the MAX
ground, after the engine and MIN marks visible on
has been switched off for at least the reservoir.
fteen minutes. Quality: See Maintenance Guide
Windscreen, rear screen Quality: See Maintenance Guide If the warning lamp comes on
and headlamp washer while you are driving, stop imme-
uid diately and contact the CITRON
It is recommended that you use network.
Take out the oil dipstick.
products approved by CITRON.
The level must be between
Capacity: See Capacities the MAX and MIN marks
on the dipstick

Engine coolant
It should never exceed
the maximum mark. B Dust lter / odour lter
(active carbon)
See Maintenance Guide
V The coolant level should
be between the MAX and
MIN marks on the header
tank.
If the engine is hot, wait 15 min- MAX
utes. MIN
Quality: See Maintenance Guide
Never work on the cooling sys-
tem if the engine is hot. (See
Levels).

When working under the bonnet, when the engine is hot


12 volt battery (even stopped and the ignition switched off),
See Emergency starting the cooling fan could operate at any time.
with a slave battery. Check the engine oil level frequently between routine service visits,
as well as prior to long journeys.
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LEVELS

Topping up the
cooling system
The coolant level
should be between
the MAX and
MIN marks on the
header tank.
Top up the level. If you have to
add more than 1 litre, you should
have the cooling system checked
by CITRON.
Make sure that the cap is on
correctly
Note: The necessity to top up
frequently would indicate a mal-
function that should be checked at
Radiator - coolant the earliest opportunity. Adding engine oil
The coolant must only be checked Remove the dipstick before top-
or topped up if the power unit is ping up. V
cold. Note: on vehicles equipped with a
particle lter, the cooling fan may Check the level after lling.
Engine hot operate for some ten minutes after It should never exceed the
the engine has stopped. maximum mark.
Release the protection cover.
Screw on the cap before closing
Wait 15 minutes or until the tem- the bonnet.
perature is below 100 degrees C.
Quality: See Maintenance Guide.
Using a cloth to protect your hands,
slowly slacken the ller cap as
far as the safety catch. Allow the
pressure to reduce before remov-
ing ller cap.

When working under the bonnet, when the engine is hot


(even stopped and the ignition switched off),
the cooling fan could operate at any time.
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LEVELS

Brake uid reservoir


Check and top up at regular inter-
vals.
The uid level must be situated
within the MAX and MIN marks
visible on the reservoir.
If the warning lamp lights, stop
immediately and contact the near-
est CITRON dealer.

Windscreen and rear screen Brake uid


washer uid The synthetic uid not only gives protection against corrosion but also
V For best results as well as for ensures correct functioning of the braking system in all environmental con-
your safety, use only CITRON ditions, therefore you should only use the synthetic product recommended
approved products which protect by the CITRON network. (this uid must be replaced every two years).
at temperatures as low as -25C These important requirements are detailed in your vehicles maintenance
to -30C. Guide.
It is essential to have sufcient Quality: See maintenance Guide.
screen wash uid if your vehicle is
equipped with Xenon headlamps.
To check the level, place a nger
on aperture A before removing
the cap.
Capacity: See Capacities.

When working under the bonnet, when the engine is hot


(even stopped and the ignition switched off),
the cooling fan could operate at any time.
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DIESEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT

Bleeding of water from the


diesel fuel lter
3
To be bled on a regular basis (at 2
every oil change).
To evacuate the water, slacken the
bleed screw or the water in diesel
fuel sensor, which is located at
the base of the lter, until water
ceases to ow out.
Then retighten the bleed screw or
4 1
the water in diesel fuel sensor.

Protection cover
Engine HDi 138
Remove the protection cover by
rst unclipping point 1, then 3
and 4. Detach point 2 by pulling
towards you, then lift. V
To reposition the protection cover,
attach point 2 rst. Lower the
cover, keeping it centred. Clip
points 1 and 4, pushing vertically
and slightly rearwards. Clip point 3
pushing down vertically.

HDi engines are of a highly technical nature.


All maintenance and repairs require specic qualications which
only your CITRON Dealer can guarantee.

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DIESEL INJECTION EQuIPmENT

Priming the fuel system


In the event of running out of fuel:
- After lling (5 litres minimum),
operate the manual priming
pump until some resistance is
felt.
- Operate the starter motor while
depressing the accelerator pedal
slightly until the engine starts.
If the engine fails to start at the rst
attempt, wait 15 seconds before
trying again.
If the engine fails to start after
Engine HDi 138 Engine HDi 92 and 110 several attempts, repeat the pro-
Detach the protection cover to Detach the protection cover to cedure from the beginning.
access the priming pump. access the priming pump. When the engine is idling, accel-
erate slightly to complete the
bleeding of the circuit.
V

HDi engines are of a highly technical nature.


All maintenance and repairs require specic qualications which
only your CITRON Dealer can guarantee.

132
C A PA C I T I E S

Screenwash uid 3.5 litres

Screen wash and headlamp wash uid 7.5 litres

Engine type Engine oil capacity in litres (1)

1.4i 16V - 65kW 3.15

1.6i 16V - 80kW 3.35


V
2.0i 16V 103kW (143hp) 4.35

2.0i 16V 130kW (180hp) 5.55

HDi 66kW (92hp) 3.85

HDi 80kW (110hp) 3.85

HDi 100kW (138hp) 5.3

(1) After an oil change with lter change


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B AT T E R Y

Access to the battery


The battery is located on the left hand side in the
engine compartment (see Engines ). 2
A
Emergency starting with a slave battery
A vehicle with a discharged battery can be started 1
with either a slave battery or the battery of another
vehicle.
A Discharged battery C
B Slave battery
B
C Earth point on broken down vehicle.
3
It is essential to proceed strictly following the sequence 4
indicated.
Check that the emergency battery is correctly charged C
up (12 volts). If you are using the battery on another
vehicle, stop the engine of the assisting vehicle. The
two vehicles must not come into direct contact with Start the engine of the assisted vehicle.
each other.
V Note: For any repair necessitating a disconnection
Connect the cables in the order indicated in the dia- of the battery, it is essential to wait three minutes
gram. Make sure that the clamps are properly secured after switching off the ignition and to avoid any action
(risk of sparks). that could prevent the vehicles electrical circuit from
Start the engine of the assisting vehicle. Let the engine changing to standby mode (such as opening and clos-
run for about a minute at a slightly accelerated speed. ing doors, using the remote control etc.).

Advice
Replace it with a battery of the
same type (voltage, amp rating).
Do not touch the cable clamps
during the procedure. Never apply a ame or create sparks close to the battery (explo-
sive gas). The battery contains diluted sulphuric acid which is
Do not lean over the batteries. highly corrosive.
Disconnect the cables in the If ever you are handling the battery, protect your eyes and face.
reverse order to connection, In the event of any contact with the skin, rinse immediately with
ensuring that they do not touch copious amounts of fresh water.
each other.
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B AT T E R Y

Starting the engine for the rst time after disconnecting and
connecting the battery:
- Turn the ignition key.
- Wait approx. one minute before actioning the starter, so as to allow the
electronic systems to reinitialise.

After the battery has been disconnected for a long period, it may be necessary to re-initialise the following func-
tions:
- Anti-pinch and sequential operation on the electric windows. V
- Parameters of the multifunction display (date, time, language, units of distance and temperature).
- Radio stations.
- Navigation reception.
- Synchronisation of remote control.
- Central locking.
Certain adjustments will be cancelled: it is necessary to make them again.

WARNING: If disconnecting the battery, check that the colour navigation reader located in the glovebox
has nished its recording of information on switching off ignition: the warning lamp should have gone
out.

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FUSES

Fuse box
There are two fuse boxes, one below the dashboard and one under
the bonnet.

Fuses under the dashboard


To access the fuses below the dashboard, pull back the access
cover, undo the screws a quarter turn and tilt the whole unit.

Replacing a fuse
Before replacing a fuse, it is essential to nd the cause of the inci-
dent and to rectify it. The fuse identication numbers are indicated
inside the fuse box.
V
Replace a blown fuse with one of the same rating
(the same colour)
Use the special pliers A stowed on the cover close to the fuse-
boxes, this includes a compartment for replacement fuses.

Good Faulty Tool A

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FUSES
Fuses under the dashboard

Number Rating Functions

F1 15 A Central locking
F2 30 A Central locking - Deadlocking
F3 5A Airbags and pretensioners
Diagnostic socket - Brake switch - Photochromic rear view mirror - ESP - Coolant
F4 10 A level sensor - Diesel fuel additive system - Power steering Clutch pedal switch (ESP,
cruise control and speed limiter)
F5 30 A Electric front windows - Heated exterior rear view mirrors
F6 30 A Electric rear windows
F7 5A Interior lighting
Audio system - NaviDrive - Display - Alarm - Front 12V socket - Trailer relay unit -
F8 20 A Driving school module
V
F9 30 A Cigar lighter - Rear 12V socket
F10 15 A Tyre pressure sensor - Auto. - STOPLAMP switch
F11 15 A Ignition - Diagnostic socket - Particle lter

F12 15 A Electric seat - Lane wandering alert - Parking assistance

Rain sensor - Sunlight sensor - (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox System Engine relay
F13 5A unit

Air conditioning - Instrument panel - Tachometer - Airbags and pretensioners -


F14 15 A Trailer relay unit - Bluetooth telephone
F15 30 A Central locking - Deadlocking
F16 SHUNT
F17 40 A Heated rear screen
137
FUSES

37 36
39

Fuse box

V
Number Rating Functions

F36 20 A Hi Fi amplier

F37 30 A Front left hand electric seat

F39 20 A Heated seats

138
FUSES

Fuses under the bonnet


Fuse box
To access the engine compart-
ment fusebox, detach and remove
the cover. V

After any repair, reclose the


cover very carefully. If the cover
is not correctly positioned
or not properly closed, your
vehicle could be subject to seri-
ous malfunctions. For the same Only authorised personnel from the CITRON network are
reason, take the utmost care allowed to carry out any work on the additional protection MAXI
not to spill any liquids. fuses located in the fuse boxes.

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FUSES
Fuses under the bonnet

Number Rating Functions

F1 20 A ECU engine management - Cooling fan

F2 15 A Warning

F3 10 A Windscreen and rear screen wash

F4 20 A Headlamp washer

F5 15 A Fuel pump

Auto. - Xenon lamps - Directional headlamps - Canister purge electrovalve (2.0


F6 10 A 16V engine)

F7 10 A ABS ECU/ESP ECU - Power steering


V
F8 20 A Starter

F9 10 A Additional heating control unit (Diesel) - Engine coolant level switch

Engine electrovalve - Water-in-diesel-fuel sensor - ECU engine management -


F10 30 A Injectors - Ignition coil - Oxygen sensor - Canister purge electrovalve (1.4 16V and 1.6
16V engines)

F11 40 A Air blower - Air conditioning

F12 30 A Windscreen wiper

F13 40 A Built-in Systems Interface

F14 30 A Air pump (engine 2.0i 16V)

140
FUEL

For petrol engines with catalytic converter, use of unleaded fuel is


obligatory
The ller neck has a narrower aperture to permit unleaded petrol only.
When you are lling your fuel tank, do not persist after the third cut-
off; this could cause your vehicle to malfunction.

Fuel quality
A label on the inside of the fuel ller ap indicates the approved fuel quality
type.

To open the fuel ap, pull at its


notched edge. A label showing the
correct fuel quality will be found

DIESEL
on the inside of the ap (See Fuel
quality).
Locking ller cap
Turn the key a quarter turn to lock
and unlock the ller cap. UNLEADED PETROL DIESEL FUEL
When refuelling, place the cap in
the support provided on the inside Petrol engines are designed to run on RON 95 fuel; however, for better
of the ller ap. vehicle performance (petrol engines), we recommend RON 98. VI

If you have put in fuel that is wrong for your vehicle,


it is essential to have the tank drained before you start the engine.

141
REPLACING BULBS

4 3
1

Headlamp Main beam Headlamp dipped beam


Headlamp dipped beam Pull the rubber stops. Pull the rubber stops.
Main beam Disconnect the bulb. Disconnect the bulb.
Disengage the ends of the retain- Disengage the ends of the retain-
Sidelamp ing spring to release it. ing spring to release it.
Direction indicator Remove the bulb. Remove the bulb.

Note: A light mist of condensation Bulb: H1 For vehicles not Bulb: H7


may appear on the surface of the equipped with Xenon headlamp
bulbs. Note: On HDi 92hp and 110hp
headlamp glass under certain engines, you have to detach the
VI conditions of use. cover to access the front LH head-
Note: If it should be necessary to lamp.
access the front RH headlamp,
remove the cover by pressing the
2 clips.

The halogen bulbs should not be changed until they have been off
for a few minutes (risk of serious burns).
Do not touch the new bulb directly with your ngers;
use a lint-free cloth.
It is essential that only anti U.V. type bulbs are used in order not
to damage the headlamp.
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REPLACING BULBS

B 4 3 B
1
A

Front direction indicator FRONT HEADLAMP UNIT FOR


Rotate the bulb-holder A by a DRIVING LAMPS
quarter turn and pull. Additional headlamp
Press to disengage the bulb. (main beam)
Bulb: PY 21 W yellow. Headlamp dipped beam /
Main beam

Sidelamp
Sidelamp

Disconnect the connector by Direction indicator


pressing on the metallic part.
Rotate the bulb-holder B by a
VI
If the headlamp has this
quarter turn and pull on the bulb. symbol, any operation
Bulb: W 5. involving changing a
Xenon D1S bulb must
be carried out by the CITRON
network (risk of electrocution).
It is recommended to change
both bulbs at the same time if
one is faulty.

143
REPLACING BULBS

Direction indicator side Front foglamps


repeaters in the rear view Consult your CITRON dealer.
mirrors
To change the side repeater bulb,
press rmly in the area indicated
by the arrow, then pull on the side
repeater.

VI

144
REPLACING BULBS

Interior lamp Boot lighting Glovebox lighting


Unclip the transparent cover of the Unclip the lens unit to access the Unclip the lens unit to access the
interior lamp to reach the bulb. bulb. bulb.
Bulb: W 5 W Bulb: W 5 W Bulb: W 5 W

Spotlamps
Unclip the cover of the interior
lamp, then if necessary the parti-
tion for the spotlamp concerned, VI
to access the bulb.
Bulb: W 5 W

Sill lighting
Unclip the headlamp to access
the bulb.
Bulb: W 5 W

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REPLACING BULBS

2 A

3
Rear lamp unit
Open the boot:
- First remove the top part of the
Rear lamp unit rear lamp unit by undoing the Third stop lamp
(5-door model) screw A. Consult your CITRON dealer.
Identify the failed bulb. - To have access to the nut B,
detach the boot rear trim by
Bulbs: removing the pins. Undo B.
Sidelamp: W 5 - Remove the bottom part of the
lamp unit.
Stop lamps and sidelamps: - To change a bulb, simply rotate it
P 21/5. a quarter turn.
Direction indicator:
VI PY 21 W.

1
2

B
3

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REPLACING BULBS

1
A
1
2 A
A 2
3 B 3

Rear lamp unit Removal Third stop lamp


(3-door model) To have access to the nut B, detach Consult your CITRON dealer.
the boot rear trim by removing the
Identify the failed bulb. pins. Undo B.
Bulbs: Remove the bulb-holder by
detaching the points A.
Direction indicator P 21 W.
Disengage the lamp unit.
Reversing lamp P 21 W.
To change a bulb, rotate it a quar-
Stop lamps and sidelamps: ter turn.
P 21/5.
VI

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REPLACING BULBS

Rear number plate lamp Foglamp Reversing lamp


- Insert a thin screwdriver into one Rotate the bulb-holder a quarter Rotate the bulb-holder a quarter
of the holes on the outside of the turn. turn.
plastic cover.
Bulb: P 21 Bulb: P 21 (5-door model)
- Push outwards.
- Remove the plastic cover.
- Replace the faulty bulb by simply
pulling it out.
Bulb: W 5 W.
VI

After replacing a bulb, check the correct operation


of the lighting and signalling.

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S A F E T Y R E C O M M E N D AT I O N S

Towbar
We recommend you to have this device tted by a CITRON Dealer, who will be acquainted with your vehicles
towing capability and with the procedures necessary for installing a safety item of this kind.

It is essential to install a CITRON


approved electronic unit when
having a towbar tted, in order to
prevent any risk of malfunction or
damage (risk of re).
The tting of a caravan mirror on
the wing is prohibited.

DIMENSIONS (in metres)


A: 0.841
A
Roof bars and roof boxes
The design of your vehicle, for your safety and to avoid damage to the roof and tailgate, requires the use of roof
bars and roof boxes that are tested and approved by AUTOMOBILES CITRON.

Recommendations
- Distribute your load evenly, avoiding overloading on one side.
- Arrange the heaviest part of the load as close as possible to the roof.
VI
- Anchor the load securely and signal if any part of it is overhanging.
- Drive gently, as the vehicle will be more liable to the effects of side winds (vehicle stability may be altered).
- Remove the roof bars as soon as they are no longer needed.
Bicycle-carrier
It is strictly prohibited to install a bicycle carrier on the tailgate of a 3-door
model. Respect the authorised load
capacities.
Cold weather screen Snow guard For maximum loads that can
The screen supplied with the vehicle (depending on destination) should be be distributed on the roof bars:
tted during the winter period. It is essential to remove it when temperatures See Chapter:
are above 10 degrees Celsius. General information. 149
CHANGING A WHEEL

Access to the spare wheel Removing the wheel Repositioning the wheel
Lift the boot oor. - Undo the yellow central screw - Ret the wheel in place.
by a quarter turn. - Undo the yellow central screw
Dimension of the spare wheel - Raise the spare wheel towards by a few turns, then position it at
If your spare wheel is of a different you rearwards. the centre of the wheel.
dimension to those on the vehicle - Remove the wheel from the - Do up the central screw until
(identied by a label), it is essen- bootspace. tight so that the wheel is securely
tial to use it only on a temporary retained in place.
basis, to drive not above 80 km/h
(50 mph) and to have the original
wheel retted as soon as pos-
VI sible.
Tyre pressures
These are indicated on the label
to be found inside the front door
pillar, see Vehicle Identication
and User Precautions.

Note : Diagrams on the support


unit indicate the locations of the
tools. The wheel should be
correctly positioned at in
the centre of its well.
150
CHANGING A WHEEL

Light alloy wheels


If your vehicle is equipped with
light alloy wheels and a steel spare
wheel, then if tting the latter it is
normal to note that the heads of
the wheel bolts do not come to
Tools bear on the wheel rim.
The tools are located in a protec- The steel spare wheel is secured
tive holder in the spare wheel, by the conical tapering of the
remove the strap to gain access. wheel bolts shafts, see diagram.
1 - Wheelbrace When retting the light alloy wheel,
ensure that the wheel bolt heads
2 - Centring guide are in undamaged condition.
3 - Tool for removing/retting
wheel bolts
4 - Jack with handle
5 - Removable towing ring
6 - Tool for bolt protectors on VI
aluminium wheels

Never get underneath the vehicle if


it is supported only by the jack.
The jack is designed specically for your vehicle,
do not use it for other applications.
Ret the repaired original wheel as soon as possible.
With a spare wheel tted, drive with caution.
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CHANGING A WHEEL

Removal 3 - Slacken the wheel bolts. Retting


1 - Park the vehicle on stable, rm For vehicles with aluminium 1 - Position the wheel with the aid
ground. Apply the handbrake. wheels, slacken the anti-theft of the centring guide.
nut using the tool provided.
Switch off the ignition and 2 - Do up the 3 bolts by hand and
engage rst gear or reverse 4 - Position the jack under the remove the centring guide.
gear, depending on any slope bodyshell, exactly as in the Position the 4th bolt.
(for vehicles with automatic illustration, at the mark A (in
the recess in the sill member) 3 - Do pre-tightening with the
gearbox, select position P). wheel-brace 1.
closest to the wheel that is to
be replaced. 4 - Retract the jack 4 and
2 - Detach the embellisher using 5 - Deploy the jack 4 until its base disengage it.
VI the wheelbrace 1 by pulling is in contact with the ground. 5 - Tighten the wheel bolts using
close to the valve. Make sure that the base of the wheelbrace 1.
For vehicles with aluminium the jack is vertically below the 6 - Reposition the embellisher,
wheel rims, slide the removal jacking point used. commencing by placing the slot
tool 6 into the slot in the 6 - Raise the vehicle. at the valve, pressing it home
central embellisher and apply with the palm of your hand.
rm leverage to detach. 7 - Remove the bolts and
disengage the wheel. For vehicles with aluminium
wheels, ret the bolt protector.
7 - Stow the tools and the wheel in
the boot.
8 - Check the tyre pressure (see
Vehicle identication) and also
have its balancing checked.
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TYRE PRESSURE SENSORS

This function alerts you in the Change the damaged wheel (whether punctured or substantially deated),
event of a tyre being deated have the tyre repaired as soon as possible, then check the tyre pressure
or punctured. For this purpose, as soon as you can after that.
sensors continuously monitor the The wheel affected will no longer be detectable by the alert system if it is
condition of the vehicles wheels. in the boot or undergoing repair (information given by the vehicle outline).
This system does not absolve the The spare wheel will not be monitored by the alert system.
driver of the need to check the tyre
pressures regularly. Wheel without sensor
The SERVICE warning lamp lights up and a vehicle outline is
displayed. The wheel(s) concerned will be shown as absent on
Under-ination warning the vehicle outline. If you have not changed a wheel, this infor-
mation indicates a malfunctionong of the system.
The SERVICE warning
lamp lights up and a Consult the CITRON network to have the defective sensor(s)
vehicle outline is dis- replaced.
played. The deation detection system is a driving assistance function which does
The wheel(s) concerned not absolve the driver from the responsibility to be vigilant, or from the
will be shown ashing need to check the tyre pressures regularly (see Vehicle identication).
on the vehicle outline. Check the This system does not absolve the driver of the need to check the tyre
tyre pressures as soon as pos- pressures on a regular basis (see Identication), to ensure that the
sible. vehicle behaves as it should and to avoid premature wear on the tyres,
especially when the vehicle is being subjected to heavy loads or driven at
high speeds.
Do not forget to check the tyre pressure on the spare wheel.

Puncture
VI
The STOP warning lamp
lights up and a vehicle
outline is displayed.
The wheel(s) concerned
will be shown ashing on
the vehicle outline. Stop
the vehicle immediately, avoiding
any violent actions on the steering Any repair or any change of tyre, on a wheel tted with a sensor,
wheel or brakes. should be carried out by a CITRON Dealer.
The system may be affected from time to time by interference
from radio transmissions on similar frequencies.
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TOWING - LIFTING

Removable towing ring


The towing ring is detachable and
can be tted either at the front or at
the rear of the vehicle. It is stowed
in the jacks protective holder in
the spare wheel.

Advice
In exceptional circumstances, it is
permitted to tow the vehicle at low Towing with all wheels on the ground
speed over a short distance (in Towing ring xings are placed at the front and at the rear of the vehicle.
accordance with the local legisla- To access them:
tion in force).
- at the front: push at top left, then pull on right.
In all other cases, the vehicle
must be transported by a trans- - at the rear: push at bottom, then pull on top.
porter. The cover remains attached to the bumper by means of a tab, so that it
cannot become lost.
CAUTION - TOWING A The ignition key should be in position M so as to retain steering.
VEHICLE WITH AUTOMATIC Use a bar with hooks to attach on the towing rings.
TRANSMISSION
VI
Put the selector lever in posi-
tion N (neutral).

If the engine is not running, the steering and


braking systems will not be power-assisted.
If towing another vehicle, the latter should be free-wheeling
(that is, gearbox in neutral).
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G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

5-door model
1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 2.0i 16V 2.0i 16V
Engine type BVM BVM BVA 143hp BVM 143hp BVA
Fuel tank capacity Approximately 60 litres
Unleaded petrol
Recommended fuel RON 95 - RON 98
Turning circle between walls (in metres) 11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3

French scal rating 6 7 7 9 9


Power (kW) 65 80 80 103 103
Calculated maximum speed in km/h (mph) 182 194 188 207 206
(in the highest gear) (113) (120) (117) (129) (128)
Weights (kg)
Unladen weight 1 182 1 200 1 274 1 276 1 292
Gross vehicle weight 1 702 1 732 1 794 1 772 1 812
Maximum weight on rear axle 850 850 850 850 850
Gross train weight 2 902 2 932 2 994 3 072 3 112
Gross trailer weight (with brakes)
(within the Gross Train Weight limit)
10 to 12% incline 1 200 1 200 1 200 1 300 1 300
8 to 10% incline 1 200 1 200 1 200 1 300 1 300 VII
Incline of up to 8% 1 500 1 400 1 400 1 500 1 500
Gross trailer weight (without brakes) 628 637 674 675 683
Trailer nose weight 63 61 62 62 66
Max. roof rack load 75 155
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

Weights: refer to the vehicle iden-


5-door model tication plate.
HDi 92 HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 138 HDi 138 HDi 138 BVM: Manual gearbox.
BVM BVM FAP BVM FAP BVMP BVM FAP BVM FAP BVA
BVMP: (6 speed) Electronic
Approximately 60 litres Gearbox System.
BVA: Automatic gearbox.
Diesel fuel
FAP: Diesel particulate lter
11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3 12 12 12 system (DPFS).

5 6 6 6 7 7 7 Observe your vehicles towing


limits.
66 80 80 80 100 100 100
It is essential to comply with
180 192 192 192 207 207 206 the max. Gross Trailer Weights
(112) (119) (119) (119) (129) (129) (128) and speed limits as specied by
legislation in each country. For
further information about the tow-
1 257 1 270 1 280 1 293 1 375 1 381 1 416 ing capacity of your vehicle and
its max. authorised Gross Train
1 777 1 800 1 800 1 800 1 849 1 849 1 880 Weight, contact your CITRON
dealer.
850 850 850 850 850 850 850
3 077 3 100 3 100 3 100 3 349 3 349 3 450

1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 500 1 500 1 570


VII 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 500 1 500 1 570
1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 800 1 800 1 570
666 672 677 675 725 728 740
66 66 66 65 70 73 70

156 75
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

3-door model
1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 2.0i 16V 2.0i 16V
Engine type BVM BVM BVA 143hp BVM 180hp BVM
Fuel tank capacity Approximately 60 litres
Unleaded petrol
Recommended fuel RON 95 - RON 98
Turning circle between walls (in metres) 11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3

French scal rating 6 7 7 9 11


Power (kW) 65 80 80 103 130
Calculated maximum speed in km/h (mph) 182 194 188 207 227
(in the highest gear) (113) (120) (117) (129) (141)
Weights (kg)
Unladen weight 1 181 1 200 1 278 1 288 1 337
Gross vehicle weight 1 701 1 720 1 798 1 770 1 768
Maximum weight on rear axle 850 850 850 850 850
Gross train weight 2 901 2 920 2 998 3 070 2 868
Gross trailer weight (with brakes)
(within the Gross Train Weight limit)
10 to 12% incline 1 200 1 200 1 200 1 300 1 200
8 to 10% incline 1 200 1 200 1 200 1 300 1 500 VII
Incline of up to 8% 1 500 1 400 1 400 1 500 1 800
Gross trailer weight (without brakes) 628 637 676 680 686
Trailer nose weight 63 61 63 62 57
Max. roof rack load 75 157
G E N E R A L I N F O R M AT I O N

Weights: refer to the vehicle iden-


3-door model tication plate.
HDi 92 HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 110 HDi 138 HDi 138 HDi 138 BVM: Manual gearbox.
BVM BVM FAP BVM FAP BVMP BVM FAP BVM FAP BVA
BVMP: (6 speed) Electronic
Approximately 60 litres Gearbox System.
BVA: Automatic gearbox.
Diesel fuel
FAP: Diesel particulate lter
11.3 11.3 11.3 11.3 12 12 12 system (DPFS).

5 6 6 6 7 7 7 Observe your vehicles towing


limits.
66 80 80 80 100 100 100
It is essential to comply with
180 192 192 192 207 207 206 the max. Gross Trailer Weights
(112) (119) (119) (119) (129) (129) (128) and speed limits as specied by
legislation in each country. For
further information about the tow-
1 255 1 269 1 279 1 293 1 375 1 379 1 410 ing capacity of your vehicle and
its max. authorised Gross Train
1 775 1 790 1 799 1 790 1 835 1 835 1 880 Weight, contact your CITRON
dealer.
850 850 850 850 850 650 850
3 075 3 090 3 099 3 090 3 335 3 335 3 450

1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 500 1 500 1 570


VII 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 500 1 500 1 570
1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 800 1 800 1 570
665 672 677 675 725 727 740
66 66 66 65 70 73 70

158 75
FUEL CONSUMPTION
Litres per 100 km (miles per gallon)

1.4i 2.0i 16V 2.0i 16V HDi HDi HDi


Engine type 1.6i 16V HDi 110 FAP HDi 138 FAP
16V 143 hp 180 hp 92 110 138

Saloon BVM BVM BVA BVM BVA BVM BVM BVM BVM BVMP BVM BVM BVA

8.7 9.5 10.6 10.7 11.7 11.7 5.9 6.1 6.0 5.8 7.2 7.1 9.1
Urban (32.5) (29.7) (26.6) (26.4) (24.1) (24.1) (47.9) (46.3) (47.1) (48.7) (39.2) (39.8) (31.0)

CO2 209 224 252 254 281 281 158 164 161 154 190 188 242
emissions

5.2 5.7 5.8 5.8 6.1 6.5 4.1 4.0 4.0 3.8 4.6 4.5 5.1
Extra urban
(54.3) (49.6) (48.7) (48.7) (46.3) (43.5) (69.8) (70.6) (70.6) (74.3) (61.4) (62.8) (54.4)

CO2
124 135 138 140 146 156 109 108 108 101 121 119 136
emissions

6.4 7.1 7.6 7.6 8.1 8.4 4.7 4.8 4.7 4.5 5.5 5.4 6.6
Combined (44.1) (39.8) (37.2) (37.2) (34.9) (33.6) (60.1) (58.9) (60.1) (62.8) (51.4) (52.3) (42.8)

CO2
153 169 180 182 193 200 125 128 125 120 145 142 175
emissions

These consumption values are established in compliance with European directive 80/1268/CEE. They can vary
depending on how the vehicle is driven, on the prevailing trafc conditions, on weather conditions, on vehicle load,
on how the vehicle has been maintained and also on how many accessories are in use.

VII
BVM: Manual gearbox.
BVMP: (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox
System.
BVA: Automatic gearbox. The fuel consumption gures quoted are correct at time of
going to press.
FAP: Diesel particulate lter system
(DPFS).
159
DIMENSIONS
(in metres)

3-door 5-door
model model
C A D
A 2.608
B
B 4.273 4.260

C 0.935

D 0.730 0.717

E 1.502 / 1.510
H
F 1.505 1.497
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G 1.769 1.773

H 1.456 / 1.471 F E
I G
I 1.964
160
DIMENSIONS
(in metres)

E E
G H G H
F F
B B
C C

A A
D D

3-door model 5-door model

A 0.903/1.067 A 0.862/1.044

B 0.513/0.518 B 0.492/0.515

C 0.794 C 0.794

D 1.034 D 1.034

E 0.791 E 0.791 VII


F 1.385 F 1.385

G 0.725 G 0.725

H 0.791 H 0.791
161
V E H I C L E I D E N T I F I C AT I O N

A Chassis number plate


In the engine under-bonnet
1: EU type approval number.
1
2 2: Vehicle Identication N.
3 (VIN).
4
5 3: Gross vehicle weight.
6 4: Gross train weight.
5: Maximum weight on front
axle.
B 6: Maximum weight on rear
axle.

B Vehicle identication number


On the bodywork and behind
the windscreen.

A C

All original CITRON replacement parts are available from CITRON. It


is in the users interest, for his safety and for the sake of the warranty, to
reject all other parts. Fitting parts or units not supplied by CITRON may
even result in violation of the law, if it involves non- compliance with regula-
tions concerning safety, pollution control, interference suppression and the
noise level of the vehicle. Fitting such parts or units could also deprive the The number on the bodywork
user of any recourse against the maker. can be found below the plastic
VII trim which should be detached
This applies in particular to: after pressing on the pins with
- braking equipment components, the aid of the ignition key.
- lighting and signalling equipment,
- engine equipment, C Colour code.
- the exhaust system, Tyre reference
162 - steering system, structural and suspension parts. Tyre pressures
C4 ENTREPRISE

Luggage cover Stowage


This conceals the interior of the To access the load area roll up the
vehicle in combination with your luggage cover.
rear shelf (see Comfort Boot).

Installation Removal
Take care to insert the xings A on It is possible to remove the lug-
the frame B. gage cover entirely.

VII

Do not place hard or heavy objects on the luggage cover.


They could become dangerous projectiles in the event of sudden braking or a collision.

163
GENERAL: C4 ENTREPRISE *

3-door model 5-door model

HDi 92 HDi 110 HDi 92 HDi 110


Engine type BVM BVM BVM BVM

French scal rating 6 6 6 6

Weights (kg)

Unladen 1 244 1 276 1 247 1 265

Gross Vehicle Weight 1 770 1 800 1 780 1 790

Payload (including driver) 526 524 533 525

Gross Train Weight 3 070 3 100 3 080 3 090

Trailer weight with brakes (within Gross Train 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300
Weight)

Trailer weight without brakes 655 675 660 670

Trailer nose weight 52 52 52 52

Maximum weight on roof bars 75


VII

* Applicable to all countries, except France and Overseas France.


For France and Overseas France, refer to the table on the page
General : 3-door model.
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W H AT I S N A V I D R I V E ? 1

CONTENTS
What is NaviDrive ? ...................................................................1

Description of the controls .........................................................2

Voice commands........................................................................6

main menu..................................................................................8

Navigation - Guidance ...............................................................9 NAVIDRIVE IS A SYSTEM WHICH ENABLES YOU:


map ..........................................................................................18 To navigate to the destination of your choice (European map on hard disc)
including journeys to your Centres of interest (cinema, hotel, restaurant..)
and taking account of trafc conditions.
Trafc information ................................................................... 22 To listen to the radio.
To listen to CDs / mP3 CDs.
Audio system (Radio, CD player, CD changer, mP3) ..............25 To copy CDs into your Jukebox source (10 Go's available on the hard
disc).
Telephone.................................................................................42 To telephone hands-free.
To enjoy access to CITRON services according to the country you are
Telematic services .................................................................. 48 in (Citron Emergency, Citron Assistance, Citron On line and NaviDrive
services).
To access a vehicle diagnosis menu.
Conguration ........................................................................... 50
To connect a nomad audio/video device.
Vehicle diagnosis .....................................................................52
Your NaviDrive is coded so as to function only on your particular
Video ....................................................................................... 53 vehicle.
It cannot be used on any other vehicle.
Frequently-asked questions .................................................... 54 The anti-theft system is automatic and requires no action on your
part.
Index NaviDrive ....................................................................... 56 Your NaviDrive can operate without the ignition on for a maximum of
30 minutes depending on the level of charge of the vehicle battery.
1
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7

8 SIm card eject button.


8
9
10 Audio adjustments:
11 9 Sound ambiences, bass, treble, loudness, fade, balance, speed-sensitive
volume.

10 SIm card slot.


1 CD eject.
Call in progress:
2 Radio sources:
Short press: End a call.
Short press: Automatic search of higher frequencies.
Short press: Answer call.
3
Display of telephone menu.

Short press: Access to the CITRON services menu. CD or CD changer source:


4 Short press: Search of the next track.
Long press: Direct call to the CITRON assistance service.
Long press: Fast forward with accelerated sound.
5 CD aperture.

Short press:
Cancellation of the current operation. 11
6 Deletion of a superimposed display. Jukebox/MP3 CD source:
Short press: Search of the next track.
Long press:
Close main menu and return to the welcome screen.

Short press: manual search of higher frequencies.

Jukebox/CD/CD changer source MP3: Selection of the previous CD/prev- Exploration:


7 ious directory. movement in the menus and movement of the cursor in an entry zone.
In Select - Move on Map : move to the right.
Other sources: moving in the menus.
In Select - Move on map mode, move upwards.

It is recommended that you do not use the NaviDrive controls while your vehicle is moving. In some countries, certain commands may be
2 deactivated to comply with national regulations.
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS

Radio source: manual search of lower frequencies.

Jukebox/CD/CD changer source MP3: Selection of the next CD/next


14 directory.

Other sources: moving in the menus.


In Selection - Move on map mode: move downwards.
16 15 14 13 12

Rotate: Short press: Access to the main menu.


Movement in the screen for choosing a function, a parameter or a value. Long press: Access to the Voice Commands menu, to the description of your
15 equipment, to the dmonstration of Navigation, to the status of services and
Decrease or increase of data in the case of an adjustment. to the level of charge of the reserve battery.
Scrolling of the elements to select from a list. In certain countries, this control is deactivated while the vehicle is moving.
Modication of the scale of the map on the screen.

12 Radio source:
Short press: Automatic search of lower frequencies.

Short press:
Access to the contextual menu (shortcuts). CD or CD changer source:
Validation of the function chosen or of the value modied. Short press: Search of previous track.
Selection of an adjustment or list type parameter for modication. Long press: Rapid reverse with accelerated sound.
Activation/Deactivation of a function.

16
Jukebox/MP3 CD source:
Short press: Search of previous track.
Short press:
Radio source: Display of the list of radio stations available (60 maximum).
CD source: Display of list of tracks of the CD.
13 Exploration:
Jukebox source: Display of the list of albums.
movement in the menus and movement of the cursor in an entry zone.
In Select - Move on Map : move to the left.
Long press: update of the list of radio stations available.
3
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS

Short press: On/Off for TA trafc information (Trafc Annoucements).


19
Long press: On/Off for PTY programme type (Program Type).
24
23
22
21 Press: On / Off.
20
Rotate: Volume adjust.

20 19 18 17

Short successive presses:


Other functions of the alphanumeric keypad: One press: Only the top part of the display remains lit.
Radio source: 21 Two presses: Display off (blank display).
- Short press: Recall of pre-set stations. Three presses: Return to the standard display.
- Long press: Pre-setting of stations. Long press (more than 10 seconds: Re-initialisation of the system.
CD changer source: Selecting a CD.

17

Short successive presses will display all the information relating to


the following sources:
Any alphanumeric entry (telephone, address, adjustment of date/time, etc.). Audio.
Rapid selection of a name commencing with the letter chosen, in the directory 22 Telephone.
and in the SIm card. Trip computer.
Navigator.

23 Long press (between 2 and 8 seconds): Emergency call.

Short press: Selection of frequency bands and memory banks.


18
Long press: Automatic memorisation of Fm stations available (Autostore).
Short press: Selection of the audio source (Radio, CD, CD changer, Juke-
24 box).
Long press: Copy of a CD on Jukebox source.
4
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS
ON THE STEERING WHEEL
25
26
35 27
28
29
30
36 31
32
33
34

28 Volume decrease.
25 Volume increase.
29 Temporary sound pause / Restoration of sound: mute.
Radio source:
Short press: Automatic search of higher frequencies. Main menu access button:
30 To comply with legislation in certain countries, the Menu button is deactivated
while the vehicle is moving.
CD or CD changer source:
26 Short press: Search of the next track.
Validation button:
Long press: Fast forward with accelerated sound. 31
Validation of the function chosen or of the value modied.

Jukebox source: 32 Scrolling of the elements to select from a list.


Short press: Search of the next track.
Cancel or delete button:
33 Short press: Cancellation of the current operation.
Radio source: Long press: Deletion of a superimposed display.
Scrolling of pre-set stations.
34 Selection of the type of information displayed on the right of the screen.
CD source: Search of the track.
35 Activation/Deactivation of the voice recognition control.
CD changer source:
27 Selection of next or previous CD. Not in communication
Press: Access to the telephone contextual menu.
If there is an incoming call
MP3 CD / Jukebox source:
Short press: Answer call.
Selection of the next or previous album. 36
Long press: Refuse the call.
Other sources: During a call
Selection of the next or previous elements of a menu in a screen, a list, Short press: End a call.
an alphabet. Long press: Access to the telephone contextual menu. 5
DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTROLS
VOICE
WHAT IS A VOICE COMMAND ? HOW TO ACTIVATE VOICE RECOGNI- HOW TO DEACTIVATE VOICE RECOGNI-
TION ? TION ?

or

You can operate Navidrive using your press on the voice recognition button. Press on the control ESC or on the voice
voice. Activation of the function is conrmed by recognition button to deactivate voice
a beep and by the opening of a window on recognition.
NaviDrive lets you access certain func-
tions by pronouncing the corresponding the display. Note: Voice recognition deactivates auto-
voice label: The system is then listening: matically:
using pre-recorded words and expres- If the word pronounced is understood by following an action using voice commands
sions, for example: Radio, Help. the system, it is displayed in the window (emission of a double beep),
using a label recorded by the user. and you hear a beep. after a few seconds with no voice com-
If the word pronounced has not been mands (the system says End of rec-
To associate a voice label to a directory le, ognition).
select this le. understood, the system displays and
announces Sorry.
Record a voice label for this le (e.g. Ofce
or Home). You must then repeat the words.

Example
To call a number in your telephone direc-
tory: If you say the word Help and What can
press on the voice recognition button. I say, you will see displayed all the com-
Pronounce the word Telephone. mands that are available at the moment
To enhance the efciency of recogni- of this request.
tion of the labels in your directory les, Wait for the system to answer with a beep.
If you should lose your way in the different
it is recommended to record them with Pronounce the word Directory. levels of the voice command structure,
different intonations. Wait for the system to answer with a beep. say the word Cancel to bring you back
The voice commands function in a Finally pronounce for example the label to the voice commands at the previous
logical sequence. A word voiced at Home. level of the structure.
one level must be recognised before After the double beep, the desired action is However careful the user may be, the
another word at the next level can be performed. pre-recorded words or expressions will
recognised. Say the key words that correspond to the always be more easily recognised than
6 action that you wish carried out. words recorded by the user.
LIST A ND STRuCTuRE OF VOICE
COmmANDS
HOW TO ACCESS THE LIST OF PRE-RECORDED VOICE COMMANDS?

Press on the end of the lighting control stalk to start voice recognition and say Help or What can I say to display the list of
voice commands that are available.

Audio Detail page 27 CD player Detail page 35


Navigator Detail page 11 Random Detail page 28
Display List
Trip computer
Track number 1-20
Telephone Detail page 44
Previous track
Voice mail Detail page 44 CD player Next track
Telephone Redial Scan Detail page 28
Adress book Pre-recorded label Detail page 44 Repeat
Folder Next
Call Pre-recorded label Detail page 46 Previous
Display Detail page 47 Jukebox Detail page 37
message
Read Detail page 47 Random Detail page 28
Stop Detail page 11 List
Track number 1-20
Adress book Pre-recorded label Detail page 12
Previous track
Restart Detail page 11 Jukebox Next track
Navigator Destination Detail page 24 Scan Detail page 28
Show Repeat
Vehicle Detail page 24
Folder Next
Zoom out Detail page 18
Previous
Zoom in Detail page 18 CD changer Detail page 41
Guide to Pre-recorded label Disc number 1-5 Detail page 41
Display Detail page 24 Previous disc
Trafc Info
Read Detail page 24 Next disc
Radio Detail page 33 Random Detail page 28
Autostore Detail page 31 List
CD changer
Track number 1-20 Detail page 41
List Detail page 31
Previous track Detail page 41
Radio memory 1-6 Detail page 30 Next track Detail page 41
Previous Detail page 30 Repeat
Next Detail page 30 Scan Detail page 28
7
mAIN mENu

HOW TO ACCESS THE MAIN MENU ?

Press on the mENu button.

TRAFFIC INFORMATION: TmC in-


formation, messages, etc

MAP: orientation, details, display, AUDIO: radio, CD, Jukebox source


etc , options, etc

NAVIGATION - GUIDANCE: GPS, T E L E M AT I C S : t e l e p h o n e ,


stages, options, etc directory, SIm, services, etc

VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS: log of alerts, CONFIGURATION: vehicle param-


etc eters, display, time, languages, voice,
auxiliary socket, etc

VIDEO: activation, parameters, etc

To keep the display clean, it is recommended to wipe with a soft, non-abrasive cloth (e.g. for spectacles) without any cleaning
8 product added.
N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
GENERAL

WHAT IS THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM ? WHAT YOU NEED TO DO IN ORDER TO H OW TO ACTIVATE A NAVIGATION
USE THE NAVIGATION SYSTEM ? SYSTEM DEMONSTRATION ?
The on-board navigation system uses audible I
and visual instructions to guide you towards You have to initialise the navigation system:
the destination of your choice. when you rst use the navigation
The system uses GPS and a mapping data- following a battery disconnection.
base stored on a hard disc.
Park the vehicle in the open air so that it can
The GPS system enables your position make contact with a satellite.
to be plotted via contact with a number of
satellites. Place the ignition key in the Ignition position
for 15 minutes.
The navigation system is composed of the
following elements: If the navigation system has difculty in The demonstration gives you a simulation
receiving its GPS positioning from satel- of the Navigation function.
A synthesised voice for enunciating the lites, this may be caused by the presence
guidance instructions during navigation. The demonstration only operates if the
of bridges, underground carparks, etc., Navigation function is displaying (suc-
A multifunction display. which may temporarily interfere with vehi-
A GPS aerial. cessive presses on button mODE).
cle location or guidance calculation.
Controls on your NaviDrive as well as on Keep the mENu button pressed.
the steering wheel. Enter a destination (see How to enter
an address ?).
Launch Navigation to start the demon-
stration.
The departure point will be either the current
location of the vehicle or the last location
known.

You can use the demonstration menu to enter a different point of departure to where you are now.
This lets you plan a trip that you are wishing to make.

If your NaviDrive should malfunction, press for at least 10 seconds on the DARK button to re-initialise the system. 9
N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
GENERAL

DESCRIPTION OF THE TYPES OF INFORMA- THE VOICE SYNTHESIS


TION DISPLAYED DURING NAVIGATION
I
a b c d

i h g f e

The Multifunction screen Apart from on the screen, the manuvres


During a guidance, you have access to the to be made are announced by a voice
following types of information: synthesiser.
a manuvre to be made, or direction to be
taken. Repeating the last piece of voice infor-
mation
b Distance to the next manoeuvre. A few seconds after enunciation of a guid-
c Next manoeuvre to be made. ance voice instruction, you have the pos-
d Next road to be taken and name of sibility of hearing it again.
town. Keep the end of the lighting control stalk
e Symbol concerning Trafc information or pressed.
the services that are in proximity.
f Road you are currently on, name of the How to adjust the volume for the voice
town. instructions ?
g Estimated time of arrival at destination While a voice instruction is being spoken,
(based on owing trafc). press on the volume adjustment button
h Distance to nal destination. controls either on the system or on the
i Altitude. steering wheel.
Adjustment is also possible in the Congu-
ration menu.

10
N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
ACCESSING THE mENu

HOW TO ACCESS THE NAVIGATION/GUIDANCE MENU ?


I

Press button mENu.


A

Rotate the control to select the Navigation/Guidance icon A.


Press on the control to validate.

HOW TO ACCESS THE NAVIGATION MENU SHORTCUTS ?


When the Navigation function is displayed (successive presses on the mODE button), the Navigation menu shortcuts give you access to the main
Navigation functions.

Press on the control. A window opens.


B
C
D
E
Rotate the control to select the option of your choice. F
Press on the control to validate.

The shortcut options available allow you:

B to resume or stop the guidance towards the last destination entered


C to divert an itinerary according to the number of kilometres (or miles) that you will have indicated
D to dene or modify the calculation criteria for the itinerary (shortest way, quickest way. etc.),
E to access the list of Trafc information messages,
F to move the pointer on the map.

11
N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
mENu STRuCTuRE

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE NAVIGATION/GUIDANCE MENU ?


I A CHOOSE A DESTINATION
A1 Enter a city name, a street name, a street no. or inter-
section.
A1 A2 Enter the GPS coordinates for a location.
A2
A3 A3 Select a location that is stored in the directory.
A4

A4 Select a location from among the last twenty destina-


tions requested.
B ENTER STAGES AND ITINERARY
B1 Add a stage to an itinerary after starting a guidance.

A B1 B2 Order or delete stages when creating an itinerary.


B B2
C B3 B3 Divert an itinerary according to the number of kilome-
D B4 tres (or miles) you will have indicated (for example to
avoid a trafc hold-up).
B4 Alter the destination initially chosen.

C SET PARAMETERS FOR THE GUIDANCE OPTIONS


C1 Dening the route calculation criteria.

C2 Adjust the volume of the voice synthesis.


C1
C2
C3
C3 Activate/Deactivate the pronunciation of a street name
C4
in the voice instructions.
C5
C4 View the types of navigation information available on
the hard disc.
C5 Delete the last destinations automatically memorised.

12 D STOP/RESUME THE CURRENT GUIDANCE


N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
ENTER AN ADDRESS (1/2)

In the Navigation/Guidance menu: I


Rotate the control to select the menu A. A
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select the menu B.


Press on the control to validate.
B

The last guidance address is displayed.

Rotate the control to select the eld C.


Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control or use the alphanumeric keypad to select the letters composing the name of the C
town.
Press on the control to validate each letter.
E G F D

After the rst letter has been validated, only those letters that can complete an existing
name in the database will be displayed.
At the time of the entry you can select the following functions:
- D to see list of the towns commencing with or comprising the same letters (when the
list contains only 6 names of towns, these display automatically),
- E to display the address corresponding to the vehicle's current position,
- F to select a Centre of interest (POI): the address displays automatically,
- G to store the displayed address in a directory le.
Rotate the control to select the option desired.
Press on the control to validate.

To go faster, enter the postcode instead of the name of the town. 13


ENTER AN ADDRESS (2/2)

In the same way enter the name of the road without indicating the type of road (street, avenue, etc.).

I
Rotate the control to select the eld H.
Press on the control to validate.
Rotate the control or use the alphanumeric keypad to select the gures that make up the street
number. H
Press on the control to validate each gure.

The rst is the last street no. gure displayed.


I

When the street nos. are not recorded in the database, your NaviDrive automatically
offers you a list of the streets intersecting with that named.
You also have access to the list of intersections by selecting the eld I

When the complete address has been entered:


Rotate the control to select the eld OK.
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to dene the calculation criterion you prefer:


- Quickest route
- shortest route
- route offering the optimum distance/time relationship.
Note: If you modify one of the criteria during a guidance, the itinerery can be altered.
You can also select routes favouring:
- toll roads (motorways, bridges)
- trafc information with the possibility of diverting the route according to the messages (See Traf-
c information) (advised).
Press on the control to validate.
Start the guidance by selecting OK and press on the control to validate.
Note: After starting a guidance, a display informs you on the precautions in force concerning the use
of navigation.
If you accept its content, press on the control
Respect the road regulations that are in force.
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If you only indicate a town name, you will be automatically guided towards the town centre.
N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
A D D I N G A S TA G E

During guidance, in the menu Navigation/Guidance: I


Rotate the control to select the menu A. A
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select the menu B.


B
Press on the control to validate.

Enter the address of the additional stage. See How to enter an address ?.
Press on the control to validate.

The stage has to be either reached or deleted in order for you to be able to continue
beyond this stage.

HOW TO CHANGE THE SEQUENCE OF STAGES ?


During guidance, in the menu Navigation/Guidance:
Rotate the control to select the menu A. A

Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select the menu C. C


Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select the stage to be moved.


Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select:


- D to move the selected stage higher in the list.
- E to move the selected stage lower in the list D E

The itinerary is recalculated automatically according to the sequence of stages. 15


N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
uSING THE DIRECTORY

HOW TO START A GUIDANCE FROM AN ARCHIVED ADDRESS ?


I In the Navigation/Guidance menu:
Rotate the control to select the menu A. A

Press on the control to validate.


Rotate the control to select the menu B.
B
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select a le.


Press on the control to validate.

When the address stored in the le is displayed:


Rotate the control to select OK.
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to dene the calculation criterion you prefer:


- Quickest route
- shortest route
- route offering the optimum distance/time relationship.
Note: If you modify one of the criteria during a guidance, the itinerery can be altered.
You can also select routes favouring:
- toll roads (motorways, bridges)
- trafc information so that you have the possibility to divert the route according to the messages
(See Trafc information) (advised).
Press on the control to validate.
Start the guidance by selecting OK and press on the control to validate.
Note: After starting a guidance, a display informs you on the precautions in force concerning the use
of navigation.
If you accept its content, press on the control.
Respect the road regulations that are in force.
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Remember to archive your address in a le.
N A V I G AT I O N / G u I D A N C E
START GuIDANCE TO A CENTRE OF INTEREST (POI)

HOW TO START A GUIDANCE TO A CENTRE OF INTEREST ? (LIST PAGE 21)


In the Navigation/Guidance menu: I
Rotate the control to select the menu A. A

Press on the control to validate.


Rotate the control to select the menu B.
Press on the control to validate.
B

The last guidance address is displayed.

Rotate the control to select C. C

Press on the control to validate.


Rotate the control to select the location of the Centre of interest:
- around the nal destination of the itinerary,
- anywhere on the route,
- around the current location of the vehicle,
- you can also do a name search.
Press on the control to validate.
Rotate the control to select the category of Centre of interest that you require.
Press on the control to validate.

When you have nished dening the category of centre of interest required, a list of cor-
responding locations comes up.

Rotate the control to select the location of the Centre of interest.


Press on the control to validate.
The address of the Centre of interest displays automatically.
Rotate the control to dene the calculation criterion you prefer (see How to enter an address ?).
Press on the control to validate.
Start the guidance by selecting OK
Note: After starting a guidance, a display informs you on the precautions in force concerning the use
of navigation.
If you accept its contents, press on the control.
Respect the road regulations that are in force. 17
mAP
GENERAL

WHAT IS THE MAP MENU ? North orientation HOW TO MOVE THE POINTER ON THE MAP ?
The map is xed and oriented to North.
II The arrow showing the orientation of your
The map menu lets you set parameters for vehicle moves on the map. You can move on a map in order to view the
the display and to access the information centres of interest, observe an area, etc
available on the map.
The mapping data is stored directly on the
hard disc of your NaviDrive. DISPLAY OF THE MAP
Your NaviDrive allows you to select 2 types
MODIFY THE ORIENTATION OF THE MAP of displays for the map. 1 1. move to the North.
2. move to the West.
4 2 3. move to the South.
You can dene 3 orientations for the map 4. move to the East.
of your NaviDrive. 3

Note:Keep the button pressed to accelerate


the movement on the map.
Full screen mode
The map appears full screen on the
display.

Viewing in 3D
Your NaviDrive gives you a view of the
map in 3D. HOW TO MODIFY THE SCALE OF THE MAP ?
Vehicle orientation
The time turns with the vehicle. The arrow Window mode
showing the orientation of your vehicle When the map is displayed, rotate the
remains xed. The map is shown on the right of the
screen. control to modify the scale.
The scale of the map can be varied
between 50 m/cm and 200 km/cm.
When the scale is less than or equal
to 10 km, the map goes automatically
Regular updates of the Map database are available. Contact a CITRON to North orientation.
dealer.
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mAP
ACCESSING THE mENu - STRuCTuRE

HOW TO ACCESS THE MAP MENU ?


II
Press button mENu. A

Rotate the control to select the map icon A.


Press on the control to validate.

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE MAP MENU ?

A ORIENT THE MAP


A1 Orient the map to the direction the vehicle is headed.
A1
A2 A2 Orient the map to the North.
A3
A3 View the map in perspective.

B DISPLAY ON THE MAP THE DETAILS OF THE CENTRES


OF INTEREST (POI) AVAILABLE (LIST PAGE 21)
A
B
C
D
C MODIFY THE DISPLAY OF THE MAP
C1 C1 Display the map full screen.
C2
C2 Display the map on the right of the screen.

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D MOVE THE POINTER ON THE MAP
mAP
SELECTING A CENTRE OF INTEREST (POI)

HOW TO SELECT AND ADD A CENTRE OF INTEREST ON THE MAP?


II
In the map menu:
Rotate the control to select the menu B.
Press on the control to validate. B

A pointer appears on the map.

move it to a centre of interest symbol. See How to move the pointer on the map ?
Press on the control to access the contextual menu for the centre of interest.
Rotate the control to select the function desired. C
Press on the control to validate. D
E
F
G

You can select the following functions:


C: obtain information on the category of centre of interest.
D: dene the Centre of interest as a new destination of an itinerary.
E: dene the centre of interest as a stage of an itinerary.
F: record the address of the centre of interest in a directory le.
G: return to guidance mode.

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mAP
LIST OF CENTRES OF INTEREST (POI)

PUBLIC AUTHORITIES AND SECURITY SPORTS AND OPEN AIR CENTRES


II
City hall, City centre Sports centres and complexes

School, university, college Golf courses

Hospital Skating, Bowling

Police Winter sports

Law Courts Parks, gardens

HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, BUSINESS AND RETAIL PARKS Public attractions

Selected hotels
TRANSPORT AND MOTORING
Selected restaurants
Activity centre
michelin guides Customs
Vineyards
Airports, ying clubs
Supermakets, Shopping malls Rail stations, bus stations
Retail parks, trading estates Car hire

Car parks, rest areas


CULTURE, TOURISM, ENTERTAINMENT
Ferry terminals, port areas
Culture, museums and theatres
Service stations, garages
Historic monuments, tourist attractions
Radar zones/High-accident zones (depending on the country
Casinos and night life of marketing and availability of the service)
Cinemas CITRON Dealer or Repairer
Exhibitions 21
T R A F F I C I N F O R m AT I O N
GENERAL
Road conditions and dangers
WHAT IS THE TMC TRAFFIC INFOR- LIST OF TMC SYMBOLS
MATION FUNCTION ? Accident
IiI
TMC trafc information consists of messages Vehicle overturned
Trafc information is shown on the map by
transmitted by Fm radio stations. means of the symbols opposite. Vehicle broken down
As opposed to the road information ashes Note: These symbols may be accompanied
broadcast by radio (TA), TMC (Trafc Mes- by an arrow indicating in which trafc direc- Slippery road
sage Channel) messages are coded and tion they are situated.
silent. You can lter the types of information Road works
that interest you. Quality of the TMC information
Your NaviDrive issues messages written in Depending on the station selected, the trafc Loose chippings on the road
the selected language (including in a foreign information may be more or less complete
country where your language is not that of and precise, or cover a larger or smaller Temporary trafc lights
the local radio stations). area. Each radio station is individually
responsible for the quality of the information Road closed
The messages contain: that it broadcasts.
The date and the time of the broadcast Two-way trafc
the nature of the incident AVAILABILITY OF THE TMC INFORMA-
the location Exit closed
TION
the name Access closed
the direction of traffic on the artery When the Fm station selected is able to
concerned. broadcast TmC information, the multifunction Bottleneck
A message is sent when an event occurs. screen displays the symbol TMC.
You are again informed of the event when When the Fm station selected is unable Carriageway narrows
you are coming into proximity. The messages to broadcast TmC information, the TMC
are classed according to the distance of the symbol appears shaded. Vehicle size restrictions
event from your vehicle.
Parking
The list of messages is updated every 15
minutes approximately. Information
Weather
Rainstorm
Snowstorm
Strong winds

22 The availability of trafc information depends on the country and on the region where you are driving.
The TMC trafc information can be read by the voice synthesiser.
T R A F F I C I N F O R m AT I O N
ACCESSING THE mENu - STRuCTuRE

HOW TO ACCESS THE TRAFFIC INFORMATION MENU ?


A
IIi
Press button mENu.

Rotate the control to select the Trafc Information icon A.


Press on the control to validate.

A ACCESSING THE LIST OF MESSAGES


B FILTERING TMC INFORMATION
B1 Select the information relating to a geographical area.
B1
B2 Select the information relating to trafc.
B2

B3 B3 Select the information relating to built-up areas.

C SETTING PARAMETERS FOR MESSAGE ANNOUNCEMENTS


C1 Activate or deactivate the reading of new messages by
A C1 the NaviDrive voice.
B C2 Activate or deactivate the display of new TmC mes-
C2
C sages (do not select the tab for the regions with dense
trafc).
D

D
CHOOSING A TMC STATION
D1 Access the list of TmC stations.

D1 D2 Select an automatic TmC search.


D2
D3 D3 Select a manual TmC search. 23
T R A F F I C I N F O R m AT I O N
F u N C T I O N S I N D E TA I L

CONSULTING OF MESSAGES FILTERING TMC INFORMATION HOW TO DIVERT A ROUTE AS A RESULT


OF TRAFFIC INFORMATION ?
IiI

This menu gives you access to the list of The lters enable you to select the types of Depending on the lters that you choose for
messages: information which you wish to receive. Trafc Information, your NaviDrive is able to
Certain of these messages may offer you This menu gives you access: allow you to divert your journey.
a diversion from your route, depending on To the geographical lter: information If a signicant incident arises on your route,
the TmC information received (it is neces- concerning incidents situated around your a window opens and informs you of the
sary for you to have selected the trafc vehicle, around a given location and/or on problem.
info guidance option). If you accept one an itinerary (radius of 3 to 200 km), To account for this incident in your journey
of these messages, then the NaviDrive To road information: information con- and to modify your itinerary:
offers you a diversion and recalculates cerning road incidents such as traf c, Rotate the control to select A.
your itinerary. You can then choose road closures, height/width limitations,
whether or not to accept the offer. Press on the control to validate.
state of the roadway or weather condi- Your NaviDrive offers you a new itinerary.
A message is sent to you when the deci- tions (depending on the information
sion is imminent. You are informed again available).
as you approach the junction. To urban trafc information: information
concerning the town where you are, such
as parking, public transport and demon- To make the best use of the l-
strations (depending on the information ters in your NaviDrive, we advise
available). you to select a lter around your
The lters can be cumulative. vehicle of:
If no lter is selected, all the TMC information 5 km or 10 for a region with dense traffic,
will be displayed. 20 km for a region with normal trafc,
100 km for long, motorway-type
journeys.

You can consult a message by selecting on the map (see Move the pointer on
24 the map.
AuDIO
GENERAL

WHAT DOES THE AUDIO SYSTEM COM- 2- THE CD/CD MP3 SOURCE 4- THE AUDIO/VIDEO AUXILIARY INPUT
PRISE ?
The auxiliary input allows you to connect a IV
Your audio system uses 5 sources: The CD player of your NaviDrive allows you: nomad audio/video device directly to your
Radio source, NaviDrive. You connect your nomad audio
to playback CDs/CD mP3, device using the red connector A and the
CD source, to play back the start of each album, white connector B. You connect your nomad
Jukebox source, thanks to Introscan, video device using the red connector A, the
Audio/video auxiliary input, to display information about the CD (artist, white connector B and the yellow connector
CD changer (according to equipment) name of the album, etc.) provided the CD C (See video chapter for functioning)
is compatible with CD Textformat.

3- JUKEBOX SOURCE
1- R ADIO SOURCE
Jukebox source lets you copy and store
The radio of your NaviDrive system allows you: around 140 CDs or 14 CD mP3 (depending
to listen to radio stations on waveband Am on the compression rate).
10 Goes on the hard disc of your NaviDrive C B A
or Fm,
to search for the strongest reception pos- are reserved for Jukebox source.
sible thanks to the RDS system, When you copy a CD mP3, Jukebox source
to obtain trafc information (TA) over a deletes all the levels of covers, retaining
current programme only the 2 latest.
to select radio stations according to your Copying from Jukebox source to a CD is
choice of programme type (PTY). not possible.
Playlist
Playlist is a function available in Jukebox
source. It lets you read a selection of titles
recorded in different albums or directories 5 - TH E CD C H A N G E R S O U R C E
of Jukebox source. (ACCORDING TO EQUIPMENT)
Jukebox source can contain a maximum
of 4 Playlists. See CD changer source.

It is necessary to activate the audio/video auxiliary input before using this. See Conguration. 25
AuDIO
GENERAL

HOW TO SELECT AN AUDIO SOURCE ? HOW TO ADJUST THE SOUND VOLUME ? HOW TO ADJUST THE SOUND ?
IV
D

or

Press button SOuRCE. D Press on button D to select:


the pre-dened musical ambiances,
C bass,
Rotate the control or use the buttons at the treble,
steering B and C to increase or decrease loudness,
the volume. front/rear and left/right balance
How to stop the sound momentarily ? automatic correction of the volume as a
Press on the mute button D. function of vehicle speed.
The sound of the Audio source currently Rotate the control to modify the value of the
being listened to is cut. The guidance parameter displayed.
instructions remain activated. To restore The value is automatically taken into account
sound, press on one of the buttons on your without the need for validation.
NaviDrive, or on one of the controls on the
steering wheel.

Selection of a pre-dened musical ambiance automatically adjusts bass and treble. Select the musical ambiance None to
personalise your adjustment of bass and treble.
Adjustments of loudness, bass and treble (when they are available) are specic to each source.
The sound volume is automatically corrected as a function of vehicle speed, provided the facility has been activated.
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AuDIO
ACCESSING THE mENu

HOW TO ACCESS THE AUDIO MENU ?


IV
Press button mENu. A

Rotate the control to select the Audio icon A.


Press on the control to validate.

HOW TO ACCESS THE AUDIO MENU SHORTCUTS ?


When one of the Audio functions is displayed (successive presses on the mODE button), the shortcuts for the current source give you access to the
principal functions (e.g. the Radio functions).

Press on the control. A window opens.


B
C
D
Rotate the control to select your chosen option. E
Press on the control to validate.

The shortcut options available allow you:

B manually enter the frequency of a station.


C To activate or deactivate RDS search.
D To activate or deactivate regional search mode.
E To activate or deactivate display of the text information broadcast by the station being listened to.

Each Audio source has a shortcut. 27


AuDIO
STRuCTuRE OF THE mENu (1/2)

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE AUDIO MENU ?


IV A SETTING PARAMETERS FOR R ADIO SOURCE
A1 manually enter the frequency of a station.

A1 A2 Activate or deactivate RDS search.


A2
A3 A3 Activate or deactivate regional search mode.
A4

A4 To activate or deactivate display of the text information


broadcast by the station being listened to (name of singer,
title of song, etc.).

A
B
C
B SETTING PARAMETERS FOR CD AND JUKEBOX
SOURCES
B1 Activate or deactivate playback of the start of each track
of the CD/CD mP3.

B1 B2 Activate or deactivate playback of all the tracks of the


B2
CD or of all the directory of the Jukebox.
B3
B4
B3 Activate or deactivate repetition of the current album
or CD-cover.

B4 Activate or deactivate display of the information on the


CD (Name of the album, artist, etc.).

C COPY OR STOP COPYING A CD OR A CD MP3


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AuDIO
STRuCTuRE OF THE mENu (2/2)

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE AUDIO MENU ? (CONTINUED)


C COPYING A CD ONTO JUKEBOX SOURCE IV
C1 Copy the whole of a CD.

C2 Select several tracks and/or several albums to be


C1
copied.
C2
C3 C3 Copy the current album (CD mP3 only).
C4

C4 Copy the current track.

D M ANAGING AND SETTING PAR AMETERS FOR


C JUKEBOX SOURCE
D
E
D1 move, delete or rename data stored on the hard disc or
D1 from Jukebox source (Albums, titles).
D2
D3 D2 Dene a compression rate in MP3.

D3 Re-initialise Jukebox source.

E MANAGING THE PLAYLIST


E1 Listen to the Playlist selected.
E2 Select titles or albums in order to modify or create a
Playlist.

E3 Rename a Playlist.
E1 E2 E3 E4
E4 Delete a Playlist.
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R ADIO SOuRCE

HOW TO SELECT A WAVE BAND ? H OW TO SEARCH FOR A STATION HOW TO RECALL PRE-SET STATIONS ?
AUTOMATICALLY ?
IV
D C
E G
or
or

Press on button BAND to change successivly Press on button C or on the control on Press on one of the buttons 1 to 6 on the
through the memory banks: the steering wheel E to increase the keypad and rotate the control G at the
FM1, FM2 and AM: 2 Fm wavebands frequency. steering wheel.
and 1 Am wavebands for pre-setting the Press on button D to decrease the dis- For RDS stations, recall of a station launches
radio stations. played frequency. a search for the frequency corresponding to
FMast : the Fm waveband dedicated to the region you are in.
the stations memorised automatically (see The frequency of the RDS station appears a
Autostore function). few seconds before the station name.

H OW TO SEARCH FOR A STATION HOW TO PRE-SET A STATION ? HOW TO BRING UP R ADIO TEXT ?
MANUALLY ?
A

B
Press on button A to increase the dis- maintain pressure on one of the buttons 1 to 6
on the keypad for more than 2 seconds. Press on the control to view briey the text
played frequency. information relating to the programme being
Press on button B to decrease the dis- Note: A window opens on the screen. The listened to (name of artist, title, etc.).
played frequency. station is memorised as it appears on the
attributed memory number.

Keep the buttons A, B, C, D, or E pressed to obtain a continuous scrolling of the frequency.


During an automatic search, if your NaviDrive does not manage to capture a station whose frequency you know, do a manual
30 search.
R ADIO SOuRCE

HOW TO SEARCH FOR STATION IN A HOW TO MEMORISE TRANSMITTERS


SORTED LIST ? AUTOMATICALLY ?
IV

Your NaviDrive may be subject to


phenomena which you do not encoun-
A list of the stations available locally is In Fm, keep button BAND pressed for more ter with the installation you have at
updated automatically every 10 minutes. The than 2 seconds to start the automatic memo- home.
stations are graded alphabetically and then risation function (Autostore). Reception in AM as in FM is affected
by frequency in ascending order. The 6 strongest transmitters are memorised by various kinds of interference that
Press on button LIST to access the list of in the Fmast memory bank. They replace the have nothing to do with the quality
stations available. 6 previously memorised. of your equipment but are due to the
Rotate the control to choose a station. Note: nature of the signals and the way they
Press on the control to validate. If you have activated the TA function (trafc are sent out.
information), the transmitters offering this In AM, you may notice disturbance
service are memorised rst. when passing under high tension
cables or bridges, or in tunnels.
In FM, distance from the transmitter,
deecting of the signal by obstacles
(mountains, hills, high buildings,
etc.), or blind spots (no coverage by
transmitters) may cause interference
Keep button LIST pressed to with reception.
update the list of stations avail-
able.

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R ADIO SOuRCE
THE RDS SYSTEm

THE RDS FUNCTION ON FM WAVEBAND REGIONAL SEARCH MODE RDS STATION SEARCH
IV
The RDS (Radio Data System) function Certain stations are organised in a net- Your NaviDrive automatically checks and
allows you: work. selects the best frequency for the radio sta-
to listen to the same station even though In the various regions, they transmit pro- tion captured (provided the station transmits
you are travelling through different regions grammes that are sometimes different, on more than one frequency).
(on condition that the transmitters for this sometimes common. The frequency of a radio station extends
station cover the area being travelled You can do a search: to around 50 km. Loss of reception during
through), On a regional station only a journey is explained by the change from
to listen to trafc announcement ashes On the entire network, with the possibility
one frequency to another.
on a temporary basis of hearing a different programme. If the station you have selected does not
to have the station name displayed, etc. broadcast on different frequencies in the
areas in which you are travelling, it is possible
to deactivate the automatic RDS transmission
scanning function.

The majority of FM stations use the When the function is activated: your
RDS system. NaviDrive does not change from one
These stations process non-audio data regional station to another. The display will indicate:
in addition to their programmes. When the function is deactivated: RDS while the function is activated
The data broadcast in this way gives your NaviDrive selects the best fre- and available.
you access to a variety of functions quency from among the regional RDS shaded while the function is
that are described in this chapter, stations. activated but not available for the
notably the display of the station name, station being listened to.
temporary trafc information ashes
and automatic station search.
It allows to listen to the same sta-
tion thanks to the frequency search.
But RDS frequency search is not
guaranteed over the whole country.
The radio stations cannot cover the
entire territory, which explains the
loss of reception of the station during
a journey.

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R ADIO SOuRCE
T R A F F I C A N N O u N C E m E N T S ( TA )

THE TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENTS (TA) HOW TO ACTIVATE THE TA FUNCTION ? HOW TO STOP LISTENING TO A TA
FUNCTION MESSAGE ?
IV
The TA
TA function lets you switch automati-
cally on a temporary basis to an Fm station
broadcasting road information.
The radio station, or the audio source being
listened to at that moment, is paused. Once
the trafc information is nished, the system
switches back to the radio station or audio TA/PTY
PTY button to activate auto- Press on the TA/PTY
PTY button to stop listening
source initially being listened to. matic broadcasting of trafc announcemnts. to a message being broadcast.

In this case, the TA function


remains activated.
The display will indicate: If you activate the TA function,
TA provided the station is com- the transmitters compatible with
patible. broadcasting of these messages HOW TO ADJUST THE VOLUME FOR
TA shaded if the station is not will be captured as priority TRAFFIC ANNOUNCEMENTS ?
compatible. during an automatic search or
pre-setting of stations. J

or

CONDITIONS FOR RECEIVING TRAFFIC


K
ANNOUNCEMENTS
During broadcasting of traf c announce-
You have to be in Fm. ments, the sound volume can be adjusted
The station you are tuned to must conrm independently of the general radio vol-
through the RDS system that it broadcasts ume.
road information. Rotate the control or press on the controls
Stations organised in a network (EON) at the steering wheel J and K to increase or
have regional transmitters sending their decrease the volume.
own programmes. While listening to one
of these stations you can switch to any The adjustment is automatically
station on the network that is broadcasting memorised. 33
trafc information messages.
R ADIO SOuRCE
PROGRAmmE TYPES (PTY)

THE PROGRAMME TYPE MODE PTY HOW TO SELECT A PROGRAMME TYPE ? HOW TO QUIT PTY MODE ?
IV Certain stations allow you to choose to
listen to a particular type of programme
selected from the available list, for example
as below:
Information.
Current affairs.
Info-Services.
Sport. Press on the TA/PTY button for more Press on the TA/PTY
PTY button for more than
than 2 seconds to display the list of pro- 2 seconds.
Education.
Fiction. gramme types.
Culture. Rotate the control to choose a programme
Sciences. type.
Entertainment. Press on the control to validate the pro-
gramme type chosen.
Pop music.
Rock music.
Folk music.
Light classical.
Classical music.
Other music.
Weather. Your NaviDrive launches a station
Economy. search. It will tune to the rst trans-
Children. mitter broadcasting this type of pro-
Social affairs. gramme. If it does not nd one, it will
Religion. return to the original station and quit
PTY mode.
Line open.
Travel.
Leisure.
Jazz.
Country.
Folk singing.
Golden oldies.
Traditional.
Documentary.
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CD/CD mP3 SOuRCE

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS CD MP3


Do not operate the CD player if the tem- Format mP3 (mPEG 1,2 & 2,5 Audio Layer 3) Burning format IV
perature in the cabin is higher than +60C is a compression norm for audio, allowing
or lower than -10 C. you to record 10 times as many musical Some cut CDs cannot be read by your equip-
Some CDs are badly affected by very strong les on one CD. ment (quality, speed of recording, etc.).
heat and may damage your CD player. Your NaviDrive only reads les with the exten- When you burn a CD-R or CD-RW, select
In excessive temperature, an automatic sion .mp3. The other types of les (.wav, the burning standard ISO 9660 level 1,2 or
safety mechanism prevents the CD from .mpg4, .ogg, midi, etc.) cannot be read. Joliet. Playback of other formats may not
operating until the temperature becomes When you inser t a CD mP3, the radio occur correctly. use the Joliet standard to
more acceptable. searches all the musical tracks. Playback burn multi-session CDs.
may require some tens of seconds before On a given CD, always use the same burn-
HANDLING OF CDS starting. ing standard.
Playback of the CD mP3 is optimised if the To obtain the best possible acoustic quality,
Do not drop them. cover level is limited to 2. select the lowest burning speed.
Store the CDs so that they are kept of Transmission speeds of 8 to 320 kbits/s
dust. Avoid touching the disc surface as and bands of 22,05 to 44,1 kHz are accom-
any scratches may adversely affect the modated.
sound quality.
Do not attach any stickers to the discs.
Do not write on them.
Do not use damaged or deformed
discs.
Do not expose them to heat or direct
sunlight.

If the surface of the compact After several months of use,


disc is dirty, it can be wiped it may be necessary to clean
with a soft, clean cloth. Always the lens of the CD player (with
wipe from the centre of the disc a cleaning CD) if the playback
outwards. starts to become intermittent.

Your Audio equipment may enable you to listen to musical works. Musical work is protected by law. Non-respect of the law
can lead to prosecutions. 35
CD/CD mP3 SOuRCE

HOW TO EJECT A CD/DVD MP3 ? HOW TO SELECT A TRACK ? HOW TO PLAYBACK IN ACCELERATED
SOUND
IV
A B C B C
D D

or

Press button A. press button B to return to the start of the When you are listening to an audio CD:
Your NaviDrive goes automatically to radio current track. A second press takes you Keep button B pressed for rapid reverse
source. back to the previous track. with accelerated sound.
If the CD is not removed within 10 to 15 seconds, Press on button C or on the control at the Keep pressing button C, or the control
it is automatically taken back into the slot but steering wheel D to play the next track. on the steering wheel D, to listen in fast
without being played back. forward.
Release to resume normal playback of
the disc.

Fast forward and rewind are not


possible with a CD MP3.

36
J u K EBOX SO u RCE
COPYING A CD/CD mP3 ONTO THE HARD DISC (1/2)

HOW TO COPY A CD ONTO JUKEBOX SOURCE ?


Insert a CD/CD mP3 into the reader of your NaviDrive. IV
In the Audio menu:
A
Rotate the control to select the menu A.
Press on the control to validate.

Once the CD is inserted, you can press directly on the control to access the contextual
menu to copy the CD.

If you wish to copy:


the whole of the CD Rotate the control to select B
several tracks, rotate the control to select C B
the current album (CD mP3 only), rotate the control to select D. C
D
the track being listened to, rotate the control to select E E

Press on the control to validate.


If you select option C:
Rotate the control to select the context containing the list of tracks on the CD.
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select a track.


Press on the control to select the track.

Once all the desired tracks have been selected, press on button ESC to exit from the context.
Rotate the control to select OK.
Press on the control to validate.

Jukebox source gives you the chance to:


create a personalised album F,
to create an album by default G.

F G 37
J u K EBOX SO u RCE
COPYING A CD/CD mP3 ONTO THE HARD DISC (2/2)

IV If you select option E, you have to name the album.


Rotate the control to select the letters that make up the name of the album.
Press on the control to validate each letter.
You can select upper case, lower case or special characters by selecting the G
option.
H G
Select the H option to correct the entry.
If you copy a CD MP3 or *2 CDs containing CD text information, the names of the
albums and tracks will be retained. The names of the ID3 Tags is retained and used
if a CD MP3 is copied.
Once the entry is completed, rotate the control to select OK.
Press on the control to validate. A warning about illegal copying of music is displayed.
Press on the control to accept.

Copying is started.

Jukebox source copies the CDs in 4x.


For example: a CD of 1 hour will be copied in 15 minutes.
During copying, the CD cannot be played back. Playback is again possible during
compression. The other Audio sources remain available at any time.
If you copy a CD that is not in MP3 format, Jukebox source will itself compress the CD
once the copying is completed. The compression rate in MP3 can be parametered (see
Audio menu - Jukebox conguration). The compression time is added to the time taken
by your system to copy the CD. (the copying time will be multiplied by 2).

An alert tells you that the copying of the CD is nished.


If it is not a CD mP3, Jukebox source compresses the CD automatically.
An alert tells you that the compressing of the CD is nished.
At any time, you can stop the copying of the CD/CD MP3 by accessing the Audio main
menu. The compression cannot be stopped. Stopping copying of CDs/CD MP3 does
not delete the les already transferred onto the hard disc of Jukebox source.

38 Musical work is protected by law. It can only be copied in the context of private use and distribution, for commercial reasons. Any
copying contrevening these conditions is an act of counterfeit, punishable by law.
J u K EBOX SOu RCE
C R E AT I N G A P L AY L I S T

In the Audio menu: IV


Rotate the control to select the menu A. A

Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select an empty Playlist.


Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select B. B

Press on the control to validate.


Rotate the control to select an album.
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select tracks.

The order of selection of the albums and tracks determines their order in the Playlist.

Press on the control to enter. C

Once the selection is completed:


Rotate the control to select OK.
Press on the control to validate.

Select the option C to rename the tracks of the album.

Repeat the operation until your Playlist is completed.

You cannot copy Playlists (les Winamp or .M3U) onto the Jukebox source. You have to create Playlists directly on the Jukebox
source. 39
P L AY I N G B A C K A N A L B u m / A P L AY L I S T

HOW TO PLAY BACK AN ALBUM IN JUKEBOX SOURCE ?


IV Press several times on button SOuRCE until you obtain Jukebox source.

Playback starts automatically on the last album played.

To select another album, press on the buttons on the panel. You can also use the control on the steer-
ing wheel.

To select an album in Jukebox source from a list, press on button LIST. A window
opens on a list of all the albums in Jukebox source.

Rotate the control to select an initial track.


Press on the control to validate.

Playback of the album commences automatically.

HOW TO PLAY BACK A PLAYLIST ?


In the Audio menu:
Rotate the control to select the menu A. A
Press on the control to validate.
Rotate the control to select a Playlist.
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select OK.


Press on the control to validate.

Playback of the Playlist commences automatically.

40 To stop playback of a Playlist, press on the control to access the contextual menu.
CD CHANGER SOuRCE
(ACCORDING TO EQuIPmENT)

WHAT IS THE CD CHANGER ? INSERTING CDS INTO THE MAGAZINE SELECTING A CD


Insert the CDs printed surface to the left. IV
Note:
Each compartment takes one disc only.
The CD changer will not operate if discs
are inserted the wrong way up.

A REMOVING DISCS Hold down one of the buttons 1 to 5 on the


alphanumeric keypad to choose the CD that
CD CHANGER SOURCE To remove a CD, give a long press on the you wish to play back.
corresponding button A.
This device can accommodate 5 discs.
SELECTING CD CHANGER SOURCE
Press successively on button 24, until the PLAY BACK THE NEXT/PREVIOUS CD
desired source is obtained.

B C
D

or

1. Press on button C or rotate the control on


the steering wheel D upwards to listen to
the next CD.
2. Press on button B or rotate the control on
the steering wheel D downwards to listen
to the previous CD.
Note: Playback of the start of the CD is
automatic.
After each change of source, on return to CD
changer source, playback will resume at the
same point where it had been interrupted.

41
TELEPHONE
GENERAL

WHAT IS THE TELEPHONE FUNCTION ? THE MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN THE ALPHANUMERIC KEYPAD
Each press on one of the keypad buttons
V The telephone function consists of a GSm lets you scroll through the characters which
telephone incorporated in NaviDrive. are allocated on it.
It has a Hands-free function, provided by Button Selection
a microphone located in the front interior
[1] 1 or space with a short press in
lamp and controls at the steering wheel for text entry (SmS)
accessing the majority of operations.
[2] 2 or ABC or abc
[3] 3 or DEF or def
[4] 4 or GHI or ghi
Apart from during a communication, it indi- [5] 5 or JKL or jkl
cates to you: [6] 6 or MNO or mno
the presence of voice messages or text [7] 7 or PQRS or pqrs
Do not allow yourself to be distracted messages (SmS) that have not been
while you are driving. [8] 8 or TUV or tuv
read,
It is essential to comply with the the communication time since the last [9] 9 or WXYZ or wxyz
national legislation in force. update, [0] In text entry (SmS):
Stop the vehicle if you wish to pursue the level of reception of the networks. Short press: Space or 0
a telephone conversation or proceed Long press: Space
with certain actions (composing a
number for example). During a communication, it indicates to you: In dialling:
the time elapsed since the start of the Short press: 0
communication, Long press: +
the number (provided the option and the [#] In dialling:
service are available), Short press: #
the name of your correspondant (if this is [*] In text entry (SmS):
recorded in the directory), Short press: Deletion of last
the level of reception of the network. character
Long press: Progressive dele-
tion of the entire line
In dialling:
As with any mobile telephone, this Short press: *
telephone operates thanks to both Long press: Deletion of last
cellular and terrestrial networks. For character
this reason, it cannot guarantee a con- You can use the keyapad to do
nection in all cases. a rapid search for a name in the
42 directory and in the SIM card.
TELEPHONE
GENERAL

HOW TO INSTALL AND REMOVE THE RECOMMENDATION FOR INSTALLING A HOW TO ENTER THE PIN CODE ?
SIM CARD ? TWIN SIM CARD
V
A

Press on control A with a ballpoint to eject Depending on countries and operators, you Enter the PIN code on the keypad.
the support B. may be able to benet from having 2 SIM
cards at a discounted rate. These 2 cards Rotate the control to select OK.
Place the SIm card on the support B.
have the same call number and the same Press on the control to validate.
Insert the support B.
messaging. Calls arrive as priority on your
Note: principal line. If the telephone containing the
Switch off the NaviDrive before removing principal SIm card is switched off, the calls
the SIm card (key in position S (Steering are transferred automatically to the equip-
lock) and display off). ment with the second SIm card.
The card has to be present in order for On first installation or for updating your
certain functions to work properly. directory: Your NaviDrive can denitively
Insert the SIm card from your mobile memorise the PIN code of a SIM
telephone. card. Once the memorisation
Transfer the information to the directory is accepted, your PIN code will
of your NaviDrive. only be requested the rst time
Insert the twin SIm card. you do an entry.

HOW TO DEBLOCK THE TELEPHONE ?


After three entry errors, the telephone will
be blocked.
Your SIM card has to be valid. This transfer necessitates a callback
(consult your telephone service opera- Enter your PuK code to deblock the tel-
Before starting a call, make sure that ephone.
you are in an area covered by your tor.
telephone operator. For the services to operate at their Note: The PuK code is supplied by the ven-
best, it is recommended to have the dor of your SIm card. The entering of the PuK
principal SIM card inserted in your code tolerates 10 errors in succession.
NaviDrive. After that, the SIM card will be denitively
unusable. 43
Contact your telephone operator.
TELEPHONE
ACCESSING THE mENu

HOW TO ACCESS THE TELEPHONE MENU ?


V

Press button mENu.

Rotate the control to select the Telematics icon A.


Press on the control to validate.

HOW TO ACCESS THE TELEPHONE MENU SHORTCUTS ?


When the telephone function is displayed (in the Telephone menu giving access to the main functions for the telephone and telematic services).

Press on the control. A window opens.


A
B
C
Rotate the control to select the option of your choice. D
Press on the control to validate.

The shortcut options available allow you:


A to access the Calls list
B to compose a number
C to access the directory
D to access your voice mail (GSm operator messaging).

In the directory, there are 2 groupings of memorised numbers accessible:


the numbers in the current directory of your NaviDrive,
the numbers in the SIM card.
44
The numbers contained in the SIM card are preceded by a SIM card symbol.
TELEPHONE
mENu STRuCTuRE

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE TELEMATICS MENU ?


A MAKING A TELEPHONE CALL V
A1 A1 Consult the list of incoming, outgoing and missed
A2 calls.
A3
A2 Compose a telephone number on the numeric keypad.
A4
A5
A3 Select a le in the directory.
A4 Consult your voice mail.
A5 Select one of the CITRON network services (depend-
ing on subscription).
B OPERATING THE TELEPHONE DIRECTORY
B1 Consult, modify, create or delete a directory le.

B1 B2 Select or name a directory. Choose the start directory.


A B2

Send or receive one or more les by infrared or from


B B3 B3
C
D the SIm card.

C
READING, SENDING, EDITING OR DELETING AN
SMS MESSAGE
C1 Read SmS messages received or stored.
C1
C2
C2 Send a stored SmS.
C3 C3 Drafting an SmS.
C4 C4 Delete all stored SmS messages.

D SETTING PARAMETERS FOR THE TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS


D1 Configure the network search mode or consult the
networks available.
D1
D2 Consult the length of one or all of the incoming or outgo-
ing calls. Reset the counter to zero.
D2
D3
D3 Activate, deactivate, memorise or modify the PIN
D4 code.
D4 Congure the displaying of the number, the automatic
pick up, the ring tone and the call return. Delete the log 45
of calls.
TELEPHONE
mAKING A CALL

HOW TO MAKE A CALL ?


V Press the Pick-up button or press the control on the steering wheel.
A
in the Telephone menu:
Rotate the control to select the menu A.
Press on the control to validate.

Compose the number of the person you wish to call on the alphanumeric keypad.

Press the Pick-up button or press the control on the steering wheel.

To end the call, press the Hang-up button or press the control on the steering wheel.

HOW TO ACCEPT/REFUSE A CALL ?


When you receive a call:
Press the Pick-up button to accept the call or press the control on the steering wheel.
or
in the Telephone menu:
Rotate the control to select B.
B C
Press on the control to validate.
To refuse the call:
Press the Hang-up button or give a long press on the control on the steering wheel.
or
Rotate the control to select C.
Press on the control to validate.
46
TELEPHONE
DRAFTING AN SmS

Rotate the control to select the menu A. V


A
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select the letters to make up the message.


Press on the control to validate each letter.

You can select upper case, lower case or special characters by selecting the B
option.
C B
Select the C option to correct the entry.

Once the message is complete:


Rotate the control to select OK.
Press on the control to validate.

A window opens. You can view the content of your SmS.


Rotate the control to select OK.
Press on the control to validate.

Compose the number of your correspondant on the alphanumeric keypad, select a le in your direc-
tory or access the log of calls.
Rotate the control to select the D option.
Press on the control to validate. The message is sent.

D E
You can defer sending the SMS by storing it E.

On receiving an SMS
A sound signal and a superimposed window announce the arrival of a new SmS:
Select YES to read the SmS.
Select NO to store the SmS without reading it.
You can reply directly to an SmS or record the number of the sender.
47
TELEPHONE
T E L E m AT I C S E R V I C E S

CITRON EMERGENCY
V
To benefit from the localised emergency Automatic triggering of the emergency call
service with vehicle location, you have:
to have signed the general conditions of If there is a deployment of the pyrotechnic
the service stated on your vehicle order components on your vehicle, the NaviDrive To be able to activate this service and
form, or have signed the specic CITRON will automatically transmit an emergency in order to be aware of the detailed
Emergency Contract, call to our specialised assistance platform conditions for its use and operation,
to have made an initial call to the CITRON (given no atmospheric, topographical or refer to
o the general conditions of
Emergency service. technical restrictions in the country you are the CITRON Emergency service.
To initialise this service: in, as stipulated
tipulate in the general conditi
conditions of This service is only accessible if there
f there
press on the SOS button, with the vehicle the CITRON Emergency service). is a subscription to the CITRON
stationary and parked in the open air in an Should there be no response from the per- Emergency service and is dependent
area covered by your mobile telephone sons present in the vehicle, assistance will on availability.
operator, systematically be sent to the location of the At the end of 2006, the service is avail-
be prepared to refer to your registration incident. To gain time, your vehicle is located able in France, Germany, Italy, Benelux,
document, automatically thanks to the GPS function of Spain and Portugal. The service is
specify to the e ope
operator that you are mak- the NaviDrive system. due to be extended to other countries,
ing a CITRON Emergency service Note: InIn the absence of a subscription to details of which can be obtained from a
initialisation call. the CITRON Emergency service or if there member of the CITRON network.
is no service in the country concerned,
When should you use this service ? the SOS button is set to trigger a call to 112, a
In an emergency situation (accident with unique number reserved for emergency calls
injuries, assault, etc.). by the European GSm network. However,
How to access this service ? you will not then be geographically located.
Press on the SOS button of your NaviDrive. Depending on country, the call to 112 can
You are put in contact with our specialised be made without the need for a SIm card to H O W D O E S T H E C I T R O N
assistance platform. An operator will rapidly be present in the system. E MERGENCY SERVICE OPER ATE
assess the situation and if necessary send ABROAD ?
help to the spot.
Your vehicle is automatically located thanks If the service is available in the country
to the GPS function of your NaviDrive. If you have made an error, to you are travelling to, the emergency
cancel the call being made, call will be connected and an operator
press on the SOS button for 8 will respond in the language of your
Any call to this service must be seconds. You have 6 seconds country (provided the operator of the
motivated by an actual situation to cancel. SIM card inserted in the NaviDrive is
48 of serious emergency. indeed that of your country).
TELEPHONE
T E L E m AT I C S E R V I C E S

CITRON ASSISTANCE CITRON ON LINE NAVIDRIVE SERVICES


When should you use this service ? When should you use this service ?
en sho When should you use this service ? V
If your vehicle malfunctions (mechanical CITRON On Line puts you in contact with This menu gives you access to the basket
breakdown), this service
se puts you in contact specialised operators who can answer ques- of telematic services offered by CITRON
with our CITRON Assistance platform to tions about use of your NaviDrive and the (construction of an optimised itinerary,
request a recovery vehicle. associated services offered by the manu- sending of a destination, search for a point
Note: While making an assistance call, it is facturer and its dealer networks. of interest, a restaurant, search for an indi-
impossible to make other calls apart from vidual or professional in directory enquiries,
How to access this service ? etc.) depending on availability in the country
an emergency call. Press button CITRON. concerned and on there being a subscription
How to access this service ? Select the CITRON On Line menu. to the services.
Keep the CITRON button pressed. Validate.
Or How to access this service ?
Press button CITRON.
Press button CITRON.
Select the menu for NaviDrive Serv-
Select the CITRON Assistance menu. ices.
Validate. Validate.

This service operates only in France The NaviDrive Services symbol will
from end 2006. only appear if there is a subscription
to the services and provided they are
available.

MESSAGES RECEIVED
Provided ed yo
you have subscribed to The reserve battery enables you to
the CITRON Emergency service and make an emergency call even if the To read the messages relating to the benets
the service is available in your country, vehicle battery is disconnected. offered by your specic Service Contract.
our assistance vehicles will easily be The battery has a life of 4 years. It must
able to locate your vehicle and check be disposed of by a specialist operator,
your position with you. never thrown into the public refuse.
This service can only be accessed if
sed if It is essential to be familiar with, and
there is a subscription to the CITRON comply with, the legislation in force.
Assistance service, subject to avail- Subject to a subscription to the services and
ability in the country concerned. to availability in the country concerned. 49
C O N F I G u R AT I O N
ACCESSING THE mENu - STRuCTuRE

WHAT IS THE CONFIGURATION MENU ? HOW TO ACCESS THE CONFIGURATION MENU ?


VI The Conguration menu enables you to programme your NaviDrive Press button mENu.
as well as certain functions of your vehicle. Rotate the control to select the Conguration icon.
Press on the control to validate.

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE CONFIGURATION MENU ?


A
CONFIGURING THE DISPLAY OF YOUR NAVIDRIVE

A1
A1 Choose the colour of the display.
A2 A2 Adjust the brightness of the display.
A3 A3 Adjust the date and the time and dene the format 12H or 24H.
A4
A4 Choose system of measurement: metric or imperial.

B
CONFIGURE THE VOICE OF YOUR NAVIDRIVE
B1 Activate or deactivate the voice commands.
B1
B2 Choose a feminine voice or a masculine voice and adjust
B2
the voice synthesiser volume.
A
B3 B3 Activate or deactivate the audio/video auxiliary input.
B
C C
CHOOSE THE LANGUAGE OF THE VOICE SYNTHESISER
D
AND OF THE DISPLAY
D
DEFINE THE VVEHICLE PARAMETERS (ACCORDING TO
EQUIPMENT)
D1 D1 To select unlocking of all the doors or only that of the driv-
D2 er's door.
D3 D2 Activate or deactivate the automatic triggering of the rear
D4 wiper when you engage reverse gear.
D3 Choose the duration for guide-me-home lighting and activate
or deactivate the directional headlamps.
D4 Activate or deactivate the automatic engagement of the
50 electric parking brake and access the conguration but-
ton.
A D J u S T I N G T H E D AT E A N D T H E T I m E

HOW TO ADJUST THE DATE AND THE TIME ?


In the conguration menu: VI
Rotate the control to select the menu A. A
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select the menu B.


B
Press on the control to validate.

Rotate the control to select a eld:


C D E
- C for the day
- D for the month F
- E for the year
- F for the time.
Press on the control to validate.
Rotate the control or use the alphanumeric keypad to select the digits that make up the date and the
time.
Press on the control to validate each eld.

Rotate the control to select:


G
- G for 12 hour mode.
H
- H for 24 hour mode. I
- I for an automatic adjustment of minutes thanks to GPS.
Press on the control to validate.

51
VEHICLE DIAG NOSIS
mENu STRuCTuRE

WHAT IS THE VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS MENU ?


VII The vehicle diagnosis menu accesses the latest alerts that have been signalled as well as the status of the various functions on the vehicle.

HOW TO ACCESS THE VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS MENU ?

Press button mENu.

Rotate the control to select the Vehicle Diagnosis icon A.


Press on the control to validate. A

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE VEHICLE DIAGNOSIS MENU ?

A CONSULT THE LIST OF LATEST ALERTS SIGNALLED


ON THE DISPLAY

A B CONSULT THE STATUS OF THE VARIOUS FUNCTIONS


B
ON THE VEHICLE (ACTIVATED OR DEACTIVATED)
(according to equipment)

52
VIDEO
ACCESSING THE mENu - STRuCTuRE

WHAT IS THE VIDEO MENU ?


The Video menu comprises the functions for adjusting the video on your NaviDrive. VIII
HOW TO ACCESS THE VIDEO MENU ?

Press button mENu.

Rotate the control to select the Video icon A. A


Press on the control to validate.

WHAT ARE THE FUNCTIONS OF THE VIDEO MENU ?


A ACTIVATING OR DEACTIVATING VIDEO MODE
If you have equipment connected on the
audio/video sockets, activation of video
mode cuts the audio source currently being
listened to. Press on button SOURCE to
reactivate any other audio source.
To view the images, the equipment has
to emit a signal and the vehicle must be
stationary. While the vehicle is in motion,
only the sound is available.

A B SETTING THE VIDEO PARAMETERS


B
B1 Select a display format (16/9 or 4/3).
B1
B2 Adjust the brightness of the display.
B2
B3
B3 Adjust the colour on the display.
B4 B4 Adjust the contrast on the display.

To use this source, activate the video mode.The video can be used if the vehicle speed is less than 5 km/h. 53
F R E Q u E N T LY- A S K E D Q u E S T I O N S

The table below brings together the answers to the questions that are the most frequently asked.

IX QUESTIONS ANSWERS SOLUTIONS


To achieve an optimum listening quality, the audio adjustments
There is a discrepancy in sound quality (Volume, Bass, Treble, Ambiance, Loudness) can be adapted Check that the AuDIO adjustments (Volume, Bass,
between the different audio sources to each of the different sound sources, which can produce Treble, Ambiance and Loudness) are adapted to your
(radio, CD, CD changer etc.). audible shifts when you change the source (radio, CD, CD wishes for each of the audio sources.
changer etc.).

Check that you have inserted the CD the right way up


in the CD player.

Check the condition of the CD: the CD cannot be played


back if it is too damaged.

Check the contents if it is a burnt CD: refer to the advice


The CD is the wrong way up, is unplayable, does not contain
given in the chapter on Audio System.
The CD immediately ejects. audio data or contains an audio format that the radio cannot
play back.
For reasons of poor quality, some burnt CDs will not be
played back by the audio system.

The CD changer does not play back DVDs.

The CD changer does not play back mP3 CDs.

The C D player sound is down - Insert only CDs of good quality and keep them in good
The CD is scratched or of poor quality.
graded. condition.

Press on the BAND button to retrieve the waveband


The pre-set stations do not work (no
The waveband selected is not the correct one. (Am,Fm1, Fm2, FmAST) where the stations are memo-
sound, 87,5 mhz is displayed, etc.).
rised.

Traf c Announcements (TA) is dis-


The particular radio station is not in the regional trafc informa- Change to a radio station that does broadcast trafc
played. I do not receive any trafc infor-
54 tion network. information.
mation or public announcements.
F R E Q u E N T LY- A S K E D Q u E S T I O N S

QUESTIONS ANSWERS SOLUTIONS


Activate the RDS function to allow the system to check IX
The vehicle is too distant from the transmitter, or no transmitter is
whether a more powerful transmitter is to be found in
present in the geographical area you are passing through.
the geographical area.
The reception quality of the radio
The environment (hills, high buildings, tunnels, underground car This phenomenon is normal and does not imply anything
station being listened to gradually
parks, etc.) is blocking reception, even in RDS mode. wrong with the radio.
deteriorates.

The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for example after going
Have the aerial checked by a CITRON dealer.
through a car wash or in an underground car park).

When the engine is switched off, the working time for the radio
When the engine is not running, the depends on the battery charge. The interruption is normal: the You have to start the engine so as to increase the bat-
radio stops after a few minutes. radio goes into economy mode, cutting off in order to save the tery charge.
vehicles battery.

In order to protect the audio equipment in excessive ambient


The message the audio system
temperatures, the radio goes into an automatic thermic protection Switch off the audio system for a few minutes in order
is over heating appears on the
mode which results in a reduction in sound volume or stopping to allow the system to cool down.
screen.
of the CD player.

When you start up, the system takes a few minutes to capture
the trafc information via RDS-TMC.
Why is one not informed in real time Wait for the traf c information to be safely received
of a hold-up on the route even though Only the major arterial roads (motorways and some dual car- (pictogrammes displayed on the map) and make sure
the option for guidance by trafc info riageways) are featured in RDS-TMC trafc information). that you use the major arterial roads to have informed
is activated ? navigation.
It may happen that a hold-up is not reported by the trafc info
provider.

Do not confuse the trafc info guidance option which can sug-
gest a diversion (the divert button appears in the window) with To have informed navigation with the detour proposi-
Why is a diversion not suggested when
the menus Display of trafc messages or Reading of trafc tion, it is essential to activate the guidance option with
I have selected trafc info ?
messages which affect only the display without recalculating trafc info.
the itinerary (no divert button in the window). 55