WARRANTY & MAINTENANCE RECORD

Peugeot servicing and warranty conditions

Warranty Certificate
In order for this certificate to be valid, the details below must be completed and the box must contain the sales stamp of the PEUGEOT New Vehicle Distributor that sold the vehicle. The contractual warranty comes into force from the actual day of delivery of the vehicle, that is from the warranty start date shown on the certificate.

Identification of the vehicle
V.I.N.

Identification of the seller

Warranty start date Warranty end date Model: Fuel: Engine: Power output: Registration: Apply the Peugeot sales stamp here
We recommend that you keep the invoices and documents that relate to the servicing carried out on your vehicle. In the event of resale of the vehicle, please ensure that all of the vehicle documents are given to the new owner.

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Contents
This book describes in detail the warranty conditions, the service schedules and the maintenance recommendations that apply to your vehicle and provides a record of the services carried out. • Warranty certificate • Welcome • Your PEUGEOT vehicle’s warranties at a glance • Warranty conditions • PEUGEOT servicing Servicing interval Systematic operations Additional operations for vehicles with Compressed Natural Gas or Bioflex engines Additional Operations in Normal Operating Conditions Additional Operations in Arduous Operating Conditions Timing Belt - Servicing the particle filter system • Lubricants: recommendations • Maintenance recommendations Annual service Maintaining the bodywork Maintenance of leather • Service record • Anti-perforation warranty inspection • PEUGEOT ASSISTANCE • Additional One Year of Warranty provided by UK dealers for vehicles sold and registered in the UK • Odometer Replacement • Change of address or owner on the inside cover p. 2 p. 3 p. 4-9 p. 10-19 p. 11 p. 12 p. 13 p. 14-15 p. 16-18 p. 19 p. 21-22 p. 23-27 p. 23 p. 25-26 p. 27 p. 28-36 p. 37-38 p. 40 p. 41 p. 43 p. 43

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Welcome

Dear customer,
You have just taken possession of your new PEUGEOT. Thank you for your confidence. As we at PEUGEOT know our vehicles perfectly, we recommend that you entrust all maintenance to a PEUGEOT authorised repairer. He will advise you on the operations most suited to the conditions of use of your vehicle. This will ensure that the safety, performance and reliability of the vehicle are maintained. Thanks to the skills of the PEUGEOT network, you can be sure that all the operations laid down by the manufacturer will be carried out. This booklet describes in detail the warranty conditions, the service schedule and the recommendations for use that apply to your vehicle. Please read it carefully, keep it safe and present it whenever you visit the PEUGEOT network.

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Your PEUGEOT vehicle’s Warranties at a glance
CONTRACTUAL WARRANTY:
• Manufacturing defect • Excluding maintenance • Breakdown

and wear
Sale date

2 years + 1 year third year warranty 1 year

PEUGEOT ASSISTANCE:

which leaves the vehicle off the road, covered by the warranty bodywork paint or lacquer defect

PAINTWORK WARRANTY:
• Original

2 years UV* 3 years PV* 5 years UV*
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

ANTI-PERFORATION WARRANTY:
• Perforation

caused by corrosion from the inside
* PV: Private Vehicle, UV: Utility Vehicle

12 years PV*
12

years

Do you want to know more? Do not hesitate to refer to the appropriate paragraphs later in this booklet. Provisions common to the different PEUGEOT warranties:
• Your new vehicle is covered by each of the PEUGEOT warranties from the sale date shown on the «warranty certificate» in the Warranty and Maintenance Record and for the period indicated, without any mileage limit, unless particular provisions to the contrary apply, which have been brought to your attention. • In order to benefit from work carried out on your vehicle free of charge under the various PEUGEOT warranties, you must entrust it exclusively to an authorised repairer of the PEUGEOT marque.

For details of the 3rd year contractual warranty see page 41.

• If your vehicle is resold, its successive purchasers will benefit from the various PEUGEOT warranties until their respective date of expiry, provided that the conditions of application of these warranties have been fulfilled by all of the purchasers. For this reason, you undertake to inform your purchaser of the conditions of application of these warranties.

• The PEUGEOT warranties are applicable for as long as your vehicle remains registered and driven in the countries of the European Union* or in the following countries or territories: Albania, Andorra, Bosnia Herzegovina, Croatia, Gibraltar, Iceland, Israel, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Monaco, Montenegro, Norway, San Marino, Serbia, Turkey, Switzerland, Vatican.
* at the time of printing the Warranty and Maintenance Record, the European Union consists of the following countries: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, United Kingdom.

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unless particular provisions to the contrary apply. the replacement of a part during work carried out under warranty does not extend the lifespan of the part. from the date of its delivery to you personally or to your representative. AUTOMOBILES PEUGEOT .2 years contractual warranty In addition to the legal guarantee against hidden faults.75016 PARIS . Automobiles PEUGEOT or its representative will cover any costs of repair on the spot or of recovery of your vehicle to the nearest PEUGEOT authorised repairer over a maximum distance of 60 miles. free of charge. without any mileage limit. if your vehicle is immobilised as a result of a breakdown covered by the warranty. of parts acknowledged to be faulty by PEUGEOT or its representative as well as the labour necessary to repair the vehicle. • Parts replaced under the contractual warranty become the property of Automobiles PEUGEOT. Please note that: • Work carried out under the contractual warranty does not extend the warranty. These provisions do not prevent the implementation of the legal guarantee. The contractual warranty which covers the replaced parts expires on the date of expiry of your vehicle’s warranty. Avenue de la Grande-Armée . which have been brought to your attention. In particular. 4 .75. your vehicle’s contractual warranty covers the repair or replacement. What your contractual warranty covers: • Subject to the restrictions mentioned below.guarantees your new vehicle against all manufacturing defects for a duration of 2 years. This date is shown on the «warranty certificate» in the «Warranty and Maintenance Record» which was given to you with the vehicle. • Also. This operation may be performed using either new parts or standard exchange parts at the sole discretion of the manufacturer or of its representative.

dry cell batteries and fuses. as well as the consequences of fitting accessories which are not approved by the latter. bulbs. battery. the addition of additive and the replacement of the particle emission filter at the appropriate mileages and the replacement of consumable parts such as the oil. clutch. conversions or modifications which may have been carried out on your vehicle by companies which are not approved by the manufacturer. deterioration such as discolouration. parts or accessories which are not genuine or of equivalent quality. etc. tyres. • the consequences of repairs. dampers. • the tyres. fire or theft.). etc. storms or other atmospheric hazards. if this replacement is not the consequence of a fault. linings and discs. This concerns the following parts in particular: brake pads. plugs. • adjustments or resets (tracking. as well as damage caused by accidents. which are guaranteed directly by their respective manufacturer. ball joints. such as loss of enjoyment or use. • damage caused by the use of fluids. or its geographic or climatic environment. The PEUGEOT network will be able to assist you in approaching the latter. drive belts.2 years contractual warranty What the contractual warranty does not cover: Maintenance and adjustments: • maintenance and servicing operations necessary for the correct operation of your vehicle. * For biofuels. lightning. • damage caused by natural phenomena. front axle. textiles. in particular the costs incurred as a result of the vehicle being off the road. wheel bearings. please refer to the paragraph dealing specifically with this subject in the handbook. • the replacement of parts that are subject to normal wear associated with the use of the vehicle. Use of the vehicle: • vibration and noise linked with the operation of the vehicle. mentioned in the Warranty and Maintenance Record. flooding. doors. etc. wiper blades. alteration or distortion of parts due to normal ageing. 5 . fuel or passenger compartment filters. as well as the use of unsuitable or poor quality fuels* and the use of any additional additive not recommended by PEUGEOT. • any other costs which are not specifically covered by this contractual warranty or by the legal guarantee. air. hail. wheel balancing. its mileage.

direct or indirect. your vehicle must be presented to the authorised repairer of the PEUGEOT marque for repair during normal opening hours. • if your vehicle’s odometer has been modified or its actual mileage cannot be established with certainty. You will forfeit the benefit of the contractual warranty in the following cases: • if modifications or adaptations have been carried out on your vehicle which are neither provided for nor authorised by PEUGEOT or which have been carried out without complying with the technical instructions defined by the latter. For this reason.).2 years contractual warranty What you must do in order to benefit fully from the contractual warranty • Present your vehicle’s up-to-date «Warranty and Maintenance Record». that might arise concerning the correct operation of your vehicle. even for a short time. 6 • the defect is due to negligence on the part of the user or to failure to observe instructions shown in the handbook or maintenance guide. invoices. • if your vehicle has been used in abnormal circumstances or in competition or if it has been overloaded. • Non-compliance with these rules would render you responsible for any consequence. including the warranty certificate in particular. the «odometer replacement form» in the «Warranty and Maintenance Record» must be completed by an authorised repairer of the PEUGEOT marque). (If the odometer is replaced. etc. the contractual warranty does not cover the fault and its consequences if you did not act immediately after the said fault was detected. • You must also accept any invitation from an authorised repairer of the marque to have your vehicle repaired immediately. duly completed by the dealership which sold the vehicle. • As soon as any fault is detected. . • Have the vehicle maintained and serviced in strict conformity with PEUGEOT’s instructions and is able to provide proof of this (maintenance records. The aim of this precaution is to ensure your safety and that of your passengers as well as to prevent any aggravation of the fault observed which could result in more extensive repairs than those required at the outset.

conversions or modifications carried out by firms not approved by the manufacturer. • The paintwork warranty applies subject to the express condition that your vehicle has always been maintained in accordance with the schedule defined by PEUGEOT and that the repair of any damage has been carried out in strict compliance with the manufacturer’s standards. What your paintwork warranty covers: • The paintwork warranty covers the complete or partial retouching of the paint or lacquer necessary to rectify a defect observed by PEUGEOT or its representative. projections of gravel or natural phenomena (hailstones. such as atmospheric. What the paintwork warranty does not cover: • damage to body paintwork or lacquer caused by the environment. . at your own expense. sand. • damage resulting from events not covered under the contractual warranty. you are obliged to have damage due to external causes repaired within two months after its discovery. floods) and other external factors (whether or not the result of an accident). chemical.the duration of the contractual warranty in the case of a utility vehicle. 7 In order to continue to benefit from the PEUGEOT paintwork warranty. PEUGEOT guarantees your vehicle against any original bodywork paint and lacquer defects from the date of delivery shown on the «warranty certificate» in the Warranty and Maintenance Record for: . late presentation of the fault to be remedied or failure to observe the manufacturer’s recommendations.a duration of 3 years in the case of a private vehicle. animal or vegetable residues.Paintwork Warranty In addition to the contractual warranty. . • damage caused by negligence on the part of the user. salt. • the consequences of repairs.

and thereafter every 2 years for all vehicles. etc. • Any repairs to the bodywork (following an accident. 2) the anti-perforation warranty inspections presented below. etc. During these inspections. specifying the company name of the repairer. payable by the user. Presentation of this «Warranty and Maintenance Record». the repairer will inspect its condition and determine which interventions are required. 8 • The Anti-Perforation Warranty maintenance cycle stipulates four periodic inspections. any interventions on the bodywork (as a result of an accident. and those that may be covered by the PEUGEOT Anti-Perforation Warranty. after washing the vehicle thoroughly if necessary.) must always be followed by an inspection to be carried out under the same conditions.12 years in the case of a private vehicle. duly completed at the periodic inspections.) must systematically be followed by an inspection to be carried out under the conditions outlined above. This repair will be recorded in the «Warranty and Maintenance Record». to be carried out without fail 4 years after the date of commencement of the Anti-Perforation Warranty for private cars or 2 years after this date for commercial vehicles. damage. . . • The Anti-Perforation Warranty is applicable subject to the express condition that the vehicle has at all times been repaired in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s standards and that the client has had carried out in good time: 1) periodic servicing mentioned in the “Warranty and Maintenance Record”. if any. Moreover.5 years in the case of a utility vehicle. Please note that: What your anti-perforation warranty covers: The anti-perforation warranty covers the repair or replacement of components acknowledged to be faulty by PEUGEOT or its representative. on which a perforation due to corrosion appears. Deterioration due to external causes liable to provoke corrosion will be pointed out and noted on the pages of the Warranty and Maintenance Record provided for this purpose. will be required for any claim under the PEUGEOT anti-perforation warranty. the date of the repair. if any. the mileage of the vehicle and the number of the paid invoice. • You are obliged to have damage due to external causes repaired in compliance with the standards established by PEUGEOT within two months following the inspections.Anti-Perforation Warranty PEUGEOT guarantees your vehicle against perforation (corrosion from the inside towards the outside of the bodywork) from the date of delivery shown on the «warranty certificate» in the «Warranty and Maintenance Record» for a duration of: . at your own expense. and 3) work to repair damage to the vehicle. damage.

• wheels and mechanical components that are not an integral part of the bodywork. • the consequences of repairs. • the consequences of the destruction of antiperforation protection products by an additional treatment not specified in the maintenance plan. • damage resulting from events not covered under the contractual warranty. • bodywork conversions carried out on the vehicle. 9 . as well as tippers and loading platforms in the case of a utility vehicle.Anti-Perforation Warranty What the anti-perforation warranty does not cover: • damage due to negligence on the part of the user or failure to observe the manufacturer’s recommendations. • corrosion resulting from the fitting of accessories not approved by the manufacturer and /or installed contrary to the latter’s instructions. conversions or modifications carried out by firms not approved by the manufacturer.

If one or more of the following arduous conditions of use apply to you.6l HDi 110 engine with a monthly mileage of 2. topping up of fluids and operations that are essential to the correct functioning of your vehicle. a specific servicing plan will be needed: Keeping to the PEUGEOT service programme is an essential requirement during the warranty period of your vehicle and for all vehicles under a Service Contract • • • continuous door to door use urban use (as a taxi. it is essential to follow the servicing programme associated with it.PEUGEOT Servicing In order to maintain the optimum operation of your vehicle.500 miles or higher. • • • • • • • hot countries with temperatures frequently above 30°C cold countries with temperatures frequently below -15°C dusty countries countries where the fuel does not meet PEUGEOT recommendations Use. ambulance. performance and comfort. This comprises checks. even occasional of B30 biodiesel 1. as regards its safety. average speed below 12 miles / h) repeated short journeys (below 6 miles) with cold engine (after stopping over 1 hour) extended use in: The content and frequency of servicing depend on the mileage and age of your vehicle. 10 .

4 l Petrol 4007 .2.1. NORMAL CONDITIONS ARDUOUS CONDITIONS 10.000 miles or 1 year 12.0 l Petrol 4007 .000 miles or 2 years 20.6 l HDi except Expert All vehicles 2.1.000 miles or 2 years * 11 . It is essential to use the first of the two periods reached.6 l HDi Bipper .0 l petrol Other vehicles.PEUGEOT Servicing Servicing interval VEHICLE AND ENGINE 107 .2 l HDi Boxer* .000 miles or 1 year 25. a message from the service indicator and flashing of the oil pressure warning lamp indicates that the next routine service is due.500 miles or 1 year 20.000 miles or 1 year 6.000 miles or 1 year 12.4 l HDi FAP All vehicles 1.2.000 miles or 1 year 20.000 miles or 2 years 12.500 miles or 2 years 10.3 l HDi The servicing interval is based either on time or mileage. other engines including Expert 1.500 miles or 1 year 10.all engines All vehicles 1. * Depending on the conditions of use of your Boxer or Bipper.

from the gearbox. its age and its mileage. including: . and additional operations that depend on the vehicle. Checks in the vehicle (horn. brake fluid.safety checks (brakes. etc. 12 . steering. etc.) .PEUGEOT Servicing The PEUGEOT services comprise a certain number of systematic operations applicable to all vehicles at every service. of the headlamps and lights. including topping-up the fluids if necessary (washer fluid. parking brake.environmental checks (leaks from the circuits.) Checks under the bonnet.) . etc. etc.visual inspection of LDWS sensors* Principal systematic operations for all vehicles Checks around the vehicle (condition of the tyres.) Checks to comply with the legislation in force in each country (excluding the statutory vehicle test) Diagnostics of the ECUs Bleed the Diesel fuel filter* Change the engine oil Replace the oil filter Update the service indicator Test of the vehicle * depending on equipment. etc.) Use-by-date for the temporary puncture repair kit* Checks underneath the vehicle.

– replacement of the CNG tank every 20 years. * Depending on national legislation. then every fourth service every 2 years at the fourth service or 4 years 13 Additional operations for both normal and arduous operating conditions Bipper . except: . – visual examination of the fixings of the CNG tank. plus the following additional operations* : Additional operations for vehicles with CNG engines • At every service: – check of the condition of and check for leaks from the CNG pipes.000 miles.Replacement of the fuel filter every 40.all engines Replace the passenger compartment filter Replace the air filter Replace the Diesel fuel filter Check the manual gearbox oil level Replace the ancillary drive belts Check the tension of ancillary drive belts Change the brake fluid Change the engine coolant . Additional operations for vehicles with engines The servicing of a Bioflex vehicle is identical to that of the petrol vehicle on which it is based. • Operation according to mileage: – replacement of the spark plugs every 20.000 miles.1. • Operations according to age: – visual check of the CNG tank every 4 years.3 l HDi Bipper .PEUGEOT Servicing The servicing of a CNG (Compressed Natural Gas) vehicle is identical to that of the petrol vehicle on which it is based. OPERATIONS EVERY at each service every second service every third service every fourth service at the first service.

000 miles or 4 years 25.500 miles 12.500 miles or 4 years then permanent 2 years 37.000 miles Replace the oil filter Draining of the DCT gearbox Draining of the CVT gearbox Drain the differentials and the transfer box Check the drive shafts Replace the spark plugs 14 Check the valve clearances .500 miles or 1 year 25.500 miles 12.000 miles or 1 year Not applicable 37.000 miles 2.000 miles or 10 years 110.000 miles 12.000 miles or 6 years 50.500 miles 10.500 miles 25.000 miles 10.000 miles or 5 years 20.000 miles Not applicable Not applicable Not applicable 60.2 l HDi EVERY 2.000 miles 50.000 miles 50.500 miles 12.4 l petrol 100.000 miles or 10 years 10.000 miles 20.000 miles 400 7 Check the gearbox level Check the level of the differentials and the transfer box Drain the gearbox 125.000 miles 20.000 miles or 13 years 62.PEUGEOT Servicing Additional Operations in Normal Operating Conditions VEHICLE ENGINE OPERATIONS Replace the fuel filter Inspect the air filter Replace the air filter Replace the passenger compartment filter Check the air inlet tube Replace the coolant (Note: one-off operation during the life of the vehicle) Replace the brake fluid Check the geometry of the front axle (wheel alignment) 12.500 miles or 5 years Not applicable 50.

000 miles 90. 2.000 miles* 15 * Or sooner.000 miles or 2 years 37.000/80. the air filter Replace the brake fluid Replace the passenger compartment filter Replace the Diesel fuel filter except 1.000 miles 37.000 miles or 1 year 25. other engines All vehicles All engines Operations specific to Stop & Start: Replace the ancillary drive belt 75.000 miles 2 years 25.000 miles then every 30.000/80.500/40.500/40.000 miles or 2 years 12.000 miles or 4 years then at every service 2 years 20.0 l petrol Boxer .6 l HDi and 2.000 miles 20.000 miles 2 years 10.000/80.000 miles 37.0 l petrol Clean LDWS sensors (depending on equipment) Check the operation of the retractable roof on 308 CC Other vehicles. the sparking plugs coolant canister filter brake fluid passenger compartment filter EVERY 40.1.4 l HDi FAP and 1. depending on the indication from the on-board diagnostic system.000 miles 50.000 miles 75.PEUGEOT Servicing Additional Operations in Normal Operating Conditions VEHICLE AND ENGINE Replace Replace Replace Replace Replace the the the the the OPERATIONS air filter.6 l THP 200 engines except V6 3.500 miles or 2 years if necessary after inspection at each service 107 .000 miles 50.000/25.000 miles 20.0 l HDi and 2.All engines Replace the Diesel fuel filter.000 miles 20. .6 l HDi FAP engines except V6 HDi.500/40.0 l 24 V engine Check the engine coolant Replace the brake fluid Replace the passenger compartment filter except 1.000/25.4 l HDi FAP engines except THP200 Replace the spark plugs (petrol engines) except 1.000 miles 25.000 miles 75.2 l HDi Replace the air filter except 1.

000 miles or 10 years 6.000 miles or 4 years Not applicable 30.000 miles 10.000 miles 10.000 miles Not applicable Not applicable Check the gearbox level Check the level of the differentials and the transfer box Drain the gearbox Replace the oil filter Draining of the DCT gearbox Draining of the CVT gearbox Drain the differentials and the transfer box Check the drive shafts Replace the spark plugs Check the valve clearances 16 10.000 miles 60.4 l petrol 30.000 miles or 4 years 20.000 miles 36.000 miles or 3 years Not applicable 20.000 miles 36.500 miles or 4 years then permanent 2 years 25.000 miles or 1 year 10.PEUGEOT Servicing Additional Operations in Arduous Operating Conditions VEHICLE ENGINE OPERATIONS Replace the fuel filter Replace the air filter Replace the passenger compartment filter Check the air inlet tube Replace the coolant (Note: one-off operation during the life of the vehicle) Replace the brake fluid Check the geometry of the front axle (wheel alignment) 37.000 miles or 3 years 10.000 miles 6.000 miles 60.000 miles 12.000 miles or 3 years 30.000 miles or 3 years 12.500 miles 10.000 miles 2.000 miles 6.000 miles or 1 year Not applicable 37.000 miles 400 7 .2 l HDi EVERY 2.000 miles 10.

000 miles then every 40.4 l HDi FAP vehicles All 2.000 miles 2 years 6.000 miles 36.0 l petrol vehicles 17 .PEUGEOT Servicing Additional Operations in Arduous Operating Conditions VEHICLE AND ENGINE OPERATIONS Replace the air filter.0 l petrol Replace the coolant Replace the canister filter Replace the brake fluid Replace the passenger compartment filter Replace the Diesel fuel filter.000 miles 36.000 miles or 1 year 20.000 miles or 1 year 30.000 miles 20.000 miles 20.000 miles 30.6 l HDi FAP engines Replace the air filter except 1.4 l HDi FAP and 1.4 l HDi FAP engines Replace the spark plugs 2.000/80.6 l HDi vehicles except Expert All 1.0 l petrol Check the engine coolant Replace the brake fluid Replace the passenger compartment filter Visually inspect the LDWS sensors (depending on equipment) Check the operation of the retractable roof on 308 CC All 1.000 miles 100.500 miles at each service 107 .000 miles 36.000 miles or 1 year 12.000 miles 30. the air filter Boxer .1.All engines Replace the brake fluid Replace the passenger compartment filter Replace the Diesel fuel filter except 1.000 miles 75.000 miles or 4 years then at every service 2 years 10.000 miles 2 years 20. the spark plugs Change the gearbox oil Check the tightness of the axles EVERY 24.

2 l HDi Replace the air filter (petrol engines) except THP200 Replace the air filter (diesel engines) Replace the spark plugs (petrol engines) except 1.000 miles 12.000 miles 12.000/25. depending on the indication from the on-board diagnostic system.000/25.500 miles Other vehicles.000 miles 75. other engines including Check the engine coolant Replace the brake fluid Replace the passenger compartment filter Clean the LDWS sensors (depending on equipment) Check the operation of the retractable roof on 308 CC Operations specific to the 107 Diesel: Draining of the gearbox oil Check of the tightening of the axles Expert 1.000 miles 20.0 l HDi and 2. 18 .500 miles 50.6 l HDi All vehicles All engines Operations specific to Stop & Start: Replace the ancillary drive belt 75. 2.000 miles 12.000 miles or 4 years then at every service 2 years 12.500 miles 37.000/80.PEUGEOT Servicing Additional Operations in Arduous Operating Conditions VEHICLE AND ENGINE OPERATIONS Replace the Diesel fuel filter except V6 HDi.500 miles 20.000/25.000 miles or 1 year if necessary after inspection at each service 37.0 l 24 V petrol engine EVERY 20.000/80.6 l THP 200 engines except V6 3.000/25.500 miles 20.000 miles* * Or sooner.

2.2.0 l V6 24V HDI 2.V6 HDi 140. PEUGEOT recommends the use of TOTAL ACTIVA/QUARTZ INEO ECS.2 l 1.2 l .1 l .1. The servicing intervals for the particle filter system are as follows: 1/ Top up or check the additive reservoir level (depending on equipment) 2 l (407 BVA.0 l Expert Check particle filter We recommend that these technical operations be carried out following the Manufacturer’s procedures.000 / 60.1. The replacement intervals for the timing belt are as follows: PETROL ENGINES 2.0 l .000/ 62.standard.0 l (except 120 bhp) . The use of additives such as cleaners or metalisers is prohibited.500 miles 95.2 l 3.500 miles or 10 years Engines fitted with a timing chain are not concerned.000/80.2.500 miles 112.V6 HDi except 2. 607 and 807). other engines 2/ Check the particle filter (depending on equipment) Top up level or replace the additive pack Check the additive level every 75.2 l (607 and 807) and V6 HDI Other vehicles. Expert.0 l (120 bhp) DIESEL ENGINES NORMAL CONDITIONS 87.000 miles or 10 years ARDUOUS CONDITIONS 70.500 miles or 10 years 95.000 miles or 10 years 112. A faulty timing belt can adversely affect the engine and stop it working.000 miles 87.000 miles (from) 50. Servicing the HDi particle filter system To ensure optimum operation of the particle filter.7 l .500 miles From 100.4 l .6 l . as a result it is normal for it to wear. or any other oil meeting the PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN B71 2290.8 l .0 l 1.1.000 miles or 10 years HDI 1.6 l . .2.2.PEUGEOT Servicing Timing Belt The timing belt is under stress from when the engine starts until it has completely stopped.6 l (407 and Partner) 2.6 l (except 407 and Partner) . 2.000 miles 19 1.000 miles or 10 years 70.4 l .1.

Optimum protection for your engine By servicing your PEUGEOT vehicle with TOTAL lubricants. you contribute to increasing the life and performance of your engine while at the same time respecting the environment.RECOMMENDS PARTNERS IN PERFORMANCE AND RESPECT FOR THE ENVIRONMENT Innovation that serves performance The TOTAL Research and Development teams develop lubricants for PEUGEOT that meet the latest technical innovations on PEUGEOT vehicles which guarantee you optimum performance from your engine. 20 .

They meet the demands of the latest technical innovations in your vehicle and optimise the functioning of PEUGEOT engines (performance. For topping up only. Viscosity ranges according to ambient temperatures.Lubricants: Recommendations Engine oils meeting PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN standards have a higher specification than that defined in the ACEA (Association of European Motor Manufacturers) standards. emissions. Only use lubricants meeting the PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN standard for oil changes on your vehicle.. fuel economy. service life and wear). 21 . or C3 RECOMMENDS Don’t hesitate to contact your PEUGEOT Authorised Repairer for more information. the ACEA standard to observe is: ß engines without particle filter : A3/B4 ß engines with particle filter: C2 as first choice.

The name «ACTIVA» concerns France The name «QUARTZ» concerns other countries Activa/Quartz INEO ECS synthetic anti-pollution 5W-30 oil combines anti-pollution and fuel economy performance.8 l .1.3 l .2. For the engines for which it is appropriate.1.V6 Other engines o o o o o o o o o o o o o Diesel o o o o o o authorised.2 l .4 l .2.2 l Other engines HDi FAP : 1.6 VTi .6 l .0 l .2.0 l 2.1. it contributes to achieving the reduced fuel consumption and polluting gas emission targets set by PEUGEOT. It is strongly recommended for vehicles fitted with a particle emission filter. 22 .1.4 VTi .Lubricants: Recommendations OIL DESCRIPTION SAE grade PSA PEUGEOT CITROËN standards Recommended oils Engines MINERAL 15W-40 B71 2295 TOTAL ACTIVA TOTAL QUARTZ 5000 15W-40 SEMI-SYNTHETIC 10W-40 B71 2300 TOTAL ACTIVA TOTAL QUARTZ 7000 10W-40 SYNTHETIC 5W-40 B71 2296 TOTAL ACTIVA TOTAL QUARTZ 9000 5W-40 RECOMMENDS SYNTHETIC 0W-30 B71 2296 TOTAL ACTIVA TOTAL QUARTZ 0W-30 SYNTHETIC ANTI POLLUTION 5W-30 B71 2290 TOTAL ACTIVA TOTAL QUARTZ INEO ECS 1.0 l Petrol 1.6 THP 1.

Maintenance Recommendations ANNUAL SERVICE 4 YOU ARE THE USER OF A PEUGEOT. ASK FOR ADVICE FROM YOUR PEUGEOT DEALER. 4 THIS QUICK AND COMPLETE ANNUAL SERVICE ALLOWS YOU TO MAINTAIN YOUR VEHICLE BETWEEN TWO ROUTINE SERVICES. 4YOUR PEUGEOT VEHICLE WILL BE CHECKED BY PEUGEOT PROFESSIONALS. STEERING AND SUSPENSION COMPONENTS…. AND THE ADVICE THAT YOU HAVE THE RIGHT TO EXPECT FROM A HIGHLY-SKILLED TECHNICIAN WHO UNDERSTANDS YOUR PEUGEOT WELL. 4 HIGH QUALITY SERVICING PROVIDES PEACE OF MIND. * SEE THE CONDITIONS AND DETAILS OF THIS OFFER AT PARTICIPATING PEUGEOT DEALERS. AND AS SUCH YOU DESERVE THE BEST FOR YOUR VEHICLE. SO WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU ENTRUST YOUR VEHICLE TO A TRAINED PROFESSIONAL FOR A SERIES OF CHECKS OF THE CONDITION OF YOUR VEHICLE. DAMPERS. WITH AN ENTRY MADE IN THE VEHICLE’S SERVICE RECORD. 4 THIS ANNUAL SERVICE CARRIED OUT BY OUR TECHNICIANS ALLOWS IDENTIFICATION OF THE STATE OF WEAR OF CERTAIN SAFETY-RELATED COMPONENTS THAT ARE MOST SUBJECT TO HEAVY USE.* 4 WE WILL PROVIDE YOU WITH THE RESULTS OF THESE CHECKS. TYRES. QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE. EXAMPLE OF A SERVICING PLAN FOR THE VEHICLE’S FIRST 6 YEARS ANNUAL SERVICE 1 ROUTINE SERVICE ANNUAL SERVICE 2 ROUTINE SERVICE ANNUAL SERVICE 3 ROUTINE SERVICE 23 . THIS ANNUAL SERVICE WILL HELP PRESERVE ITS RELIABILTY. SUCH AS BRAKE DISCS AND PADS.

Topping up the engine oil between services is normal. Always consider replacing bulbs in pairs. An annual check and clean will ensure the correct operation of all parts of the system and limit the development of bacteria and unpleasant odours.6 millimetres. The replacement of a single bulb. Annual replacement will give you the best vision on the road and avoid scratching the windscreen. always leads to an imbalance in the lighting.000 to 3. However. Scented air freshener 24 Replacement cartridges are available from your PEUGEOT dealer. then soon afterwards. Engine oil level Tyres Shock absorbers Lighting and signalling Wiper blades A regular check on condition and cleaning with a damp cloth will prolong their life. which helps avoid stress and fatigue. Check the tread wear as well. particularly when that bulb has failed. . An oil level that is too low or too high introduces the risk of serious damage to your engine. Regular checks by a professional are therefore necessary. Air conditioning system It provides a comfortable driving ambiance. It can be difficult for the user to identify worn shock absorbers. The tyres must then be replaced. When the wear indicators are no longer visible below the tread pattern. Check the tyre pressures regularly. the replacement of the bulb on the other side. the remaining tread depth is less than 1.000 miles) depending on the use of your vehicle.Maintenance Recommendations Check the engine oil level regularly (every 2. topping up if necessary with an appropriate oil (see page 22). their condition greatly affects braking performance and road holding. for your safety as well as for your driving comfort. using the visual wear indicators in the tyre treads.

Wash more frequently in winter. Do not use solvents or petrol. It is now up to you to care for your bodywork.) may necessitate additional measures.Maintenance Recommendations Maintaining the bodywork PEUGEOT has made use of the best technologies to ensure that your vehicle’s paint looks impeccable and has the best possible resistance to external attack. etc. Cleaning chrome finishers: Do not use abrasive cleaners or chemical solvents. dry the vehicle with a chamois leather to avoid chalky residues. particularly where there is stone chipping and around stickers and parking sensors. which are particularly visible on dark colours. dust. tar Frequently As soon as possible for bird droppings. Appropriate maintenance means you can retain the protective characteristics of the paint and keep its original lustre. pollen. High-pressure washing: Observe the recommended minimum distance of the spray nozzle from the vehicle (30 cm). Do not use sponges with an abrasive surface. After washing and rinsing. Do not rub the bodywork when dry.. bird droppings. resin. insect secretions. Some stains (tar. Washing in an automatic car wash with rollers Do not use stations where the brushes are poorly maintained and liable to cause micro-scratches. bird droppings. soot and fertilizer salts which are highly corrosive. Rinse deposits thoroughly before removing. Clean the underside of the body and wheel arches thoroughly. mud. etc. Do not attempt to rub off dried tar. insect secretions. mud. This will help you to maintain the value of your vehicle over many years. pollen and tar which contain chemicals that attack paintwork Washing by hand OR High-pressure washing OR Washing in an automatic car wash with rollers Tar removal product Insect removal product Clean rag Clean water PH-neutral soapy water. Do not wash in direct sunlight or extremely cold temperatures. LOOKING AFTER YOUR BODYWORK WHEN HOW SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE Washing by hand: Remove dust liable to cause scratching by rinsing the vehicle thoroughly before rubbing down. tree resin.). RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS Clean sponges Gentle shampoo Chamois leathers Microfibre fabrics Washing the bodywork: Remove dirt. in areas near the sea or close to industrial establishments (etc. directly. wipe with a dry soft cloth. to remove iodized deposits. resin. 25 .

Do not apply the product to plastic or rubber. the vehicle must be perfectly clean and dry. Buffing product recommended by the network (without abrasive) Cotton Microfibre fabrics Remove micro-scratches Only if micro-scratches are visible Polishing by hand or contact the network Before polishing. gravel impact Quickly if bare metal is visible to avoid corrosion Retouching pen for paintwork. contact the network. 26 Do not use solvents. . After washing. Observe the instructions for use of the product used. chips. Polish recommended by the network Cotton Microfibre fabrics Retouching pen for paintwork available in colours specific to the Marque Repair minor damage to the paintwork: Scratches.Maintenance Recommendations LOOKING AFTER YOUR BODYWORK RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS WHEN At least twice a year (before and after winter) OR through regular use of automatic car wash programmes with waxing OR after each polishing HOW SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE Protecting the paintwork: Limit and prevent dirt build-up Polishing by hand OR in an automatic car wash with added wax Before polishing. petrol or oil to clean the bodywork. apply the brakes gradually to remove water from the brake linings. If bare metal is visible. After polishing the vehicle must be buffed. Do not apply the product to plastic or rubber. Observe the instructions for use of the product. Do not wash under the bonnet with a high-pressure jet. Read the conditions of use of the product for the repair of superficial blemishes. Use of a polish with an excessive abrasive charge or the inappropriate use of a polishing machine may leave marks and/or damage the lustre of the paintwork. the vehicle must be perfectly clean and dry. Do not apply in direct sunlight.

RECOMMENDED PRODUCTS Clean Regularly and as required Hand wash Sponge Soap neutral pH Soft cloth Remove dust Maintain 2 to 3 times a year Every year Hand wash By hand Clean the leather with a well-wrung cloth moistened with clear water to clean the pores of dust. quickly soak up the moisture with a cloth or absorbent paper to prevent the liquid soaking into the leather. you should remove any residues which may scratch the leather while it is being cleaned. Appropriate regular maintenance is essential to preserve the longevity of leather. without rubbing too hard and avoiding chalky water. 27 . pure alcohol or cleaning products to clean leather. Don’t rub too hard. It’s up to you therefore to take care of your leather interior.). Leather is a natural product and requires certain precautions for use and maintenance.) consult a PEUGEOT Dealer who will be able to advise you. petrol. NEVER clean greasy leather with a liquid. optimal comfort and good resistance to external aggression. you should first soak up the stain (with a sponge or Terre de Sommières [fine clay powder] for example). Then clean if necessary. To clean leather. detergents. then gently rub the surface of the leather. dry the leather thoroughly with a soft cloth.Maintenance Recommendations Maintenance of leather Leathers have been developed by PEUGEOT using the best technologies to ensure better longevity. WHAT TO DO TO MAINTAIN YOUR LEATHER WHEN HOW SPECIAL PRECAUTIONS TO TAKE Before cleaning leather. After cleaning. etc. moisten a soft cloth with soapy water. For grease stains. alcantara. For more serious damage (burns. Remove dust from the leather and clean it before applying any cleaning products. For semi-leather. It needs to be protected and nourished in order to retain its suppleness and original appearance. Soft cloth Special product for leather Do not use solvents. In the case of a liquid stain. etc. be careful not to damage other materials with leather cleaning products (textile.

by the automobile repair professional you have chosen. Date : / / Mileage : Date : / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service 28 Routine service Dealership stamp Next service at miles or on / / at miles or on / / . Having the routine services carried out is a compulsory requirement to meet the conditions of the manufacturer’s warranty. it is necessary to hand all the vehicle documents to the new owner. Have the boxes below (date.) completed.Service Record The following pages are designed to be stamped with the sales stamp of the automobile repair professional who services your PEUGEOT. The annual services are a recommendation from the manufacturer for vehicles that do not cover the mileage between two routine services within a year. but are not compulsory. mileage. according to your operating conditions. next service. etc. If the vehicle is sold. We recommend that you keep the invoices and documents that relate to the maintenance carried out on your vehicle.

Service Record Date : / / Mileage : Date : / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service at Date : / / Routine service Dealership stamp Next service miles or on Mileage : / / at Date : / / miles or on / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service at miles or on / / Next service at Routine service Dealership stamp miles or on / / 29 .

Service Record Date : / / Mileage : Date : / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service at Date : / / Routine service Dealership stamp Next service miles or on Mileage : / / at Date : / / miles or on / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service 30 Routine service Dealership stamp Next service at miles or on / / at miles or on / / .

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Service Record Date : / / Mileage : Date : / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service at Date : / / Routine service Dealership stamp Next service miles or on Mileage : / / at Date : / / miles or on / / Mileage : Annual service Dealership stamp Next service 36 Routine service Dealership stamp Next service at miles or on / / at miles or on / / .

.... ................... Date:................... STAMP OF REPAIRER Report n°:.............. ............................ Report: REPAIRS CARRIED OUT: Report n° :.......................... ............................................................. Warranty work envisaged : 2nd INSPECTION Date : ............................................................. ..................................... duly completed by the repairer who carried out the inspection.................................... .. Date:...... Date:............... Report: REPAIRS CARRIED OUT: Report n° :............................................... 37 ..... will be required for all claims under the Anti-Perforation Warranty.......................... ................................................................. O O O O O O .. STAMP OF REPAIRER STAMP OF REPAIRER NEXT ROUTINE SERVICE: before........................ Date:.......................... STAMP OF REPAIRER Report n°:............ .................. .... REPAIRS RECOMMENDED TO CUSTOMER: Inspection file N°: ............ Mileage : .....Anti Perforation Warranty Inspections INSPECTIONS TO BE CARRIED OUT Private vehicles: Commercial vehicles: 1st 4 years after delivery after 2 years 2nd 6 years after delivery after 4 years 3rd 8 years after delivery – 4th 10 years after delivery – Presentation of inspection coupons........... .. STAMP OF REPAIRER STAMP OF REPAIRER NEXT ROUTINE SERVICE: before............................. Mileage : ..... 1st INSPECTION Date : ......................................................... ............ O O O O O O ............................................................................. Warranty work envisaged : O yes O no O yes O no REPAIRS RECOMMENDED TO CUSTOMER: Inspection file N°: .

... ....... wheel arches) and anti-perforation inspection (fixed price at local tariff)....... Mileage : ............. Mileage : ...................................................................................... STAMP OF REPAIRER STAMP OF REPAIRER NEXT ROUTINE SERVICE: before. REPAIRS RECOMMENDED TO CUSTOMER: Inspection file N°: ........... Date:....... ..................................... ....... underbody............................ ...................... . Warranty work envisaged : O yes O no O yes O no REPAIRS RECOMMENDED TO CUSTOMER: Inspection file N°: ........................................ Date:......................................... ................................ STAMP OF REPAIRER Report n°:................................................. Date:........................................ 3rd INSPECTION Date : ............. Report: REPAIRS CARRIED OUT: Report n° :............ STAMP OF REPAIRER 38 STAMP OF REPAIRER NEXT ROUTINE SERVICE: before........................................... O O O O O O ............... .............. ........................................... ........... ............ ..... STAMP OF REPAIRER Report n°:.............................. Warranty work envisaged : 4th INSPECTION Date : ............ O O O O O O ........................................................................................ Date:............Anti Perforation Warranty Inspections Washing if necessary (body................... Report: REPAIRS CARRIED OUT: Report n° :.......

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For assistance in the UK ring 0800 294 0294 For assistance in Europe call one of the following numbers: 00 800 33 22 88 77 00 33 825 878 983 00 33 472 171 205 While the PEUGEOT Assistance programme aims to provide you with peace of mind motoring. • wheel changes.. it only provides assistance in relation to manufacturer based or mechanical faults on your PEUGEOT. etc.g. provided by the AA. leaving the lights on.com 40 . is free of charge and is available every minute of the day and night. lost or stolen. our breakdown assistance service. • Vehicles stuck in mud / water / snow / sand etc. This service. • Flat batteries attributable to driver error e.PEUGEOT ASSISTANCE Your new PEUGEOT comes with PEUGEOT Assistance. but the responsibility for paying for assistance remains with you or the nominated driver. leaving accessories plugged in. or lack of fuel. • instances where keys have been locked inside the vehicle. Should you wish to purchase cover to protect you against these non-vehicle fault incidents. please contact the PEUGEOT Customer Care Centre on 0845 200 1234 or email customercare@peugeot. • Road Traffic Accidents.uk Should you require a full set of terms & conditions.co. you may do so by calling 0870 752 7050 Details of the benefits of PEUGEOT Assistance are provided on www.peugeot. 365 days of the year. In these circumstances we will arrange assistance if requested. for 12 months from the date of delivery (36 months for 607). punctured tyres. It does not provide cover for certain non-vehicle faults such as: • the use of incorrect fuel.

vehicles supplied by PEUGEOT Motor Company plc and sold and registered in the UK by a PEUGEOT dealer benefit from an additional one year of Warranty provided by your UK PEUGEOT Dealer. up to three years after the date on the Warranty Certificate. the conditions and exclusions of the additional year of warranty are identical to those of the two year contractual warranty as described in the Warranty and Maintenance Record provided with each vehicle. since first registration. Refer to the section entitled PEUGEOT Assistance on page 40.000 miles for Boxer models excluding Motorhomes and other converted vehicles). 41 . its mileage. provided that the conditions of application have been followed by each of the owners. or its geographic and climatic environment. • PEUGEOT Assistance is not covered within this additional 1-year Warranty but is available from the PEUGEOT dealer network at the time of purchase of the vehicle. • In the case of a change of ownership.000 miles (100.Additional One Year of Warranty provided by UK dealers for vehicles sold and registered in the UK Conditions • In addition to PEUGEOT’s two year unlimited mileage Warranty. subsequent owners will benefit from the remaining period of Warranty. • The cost of any repairs covered by the additional Warranty and carried out by a PEUGEOT dealer in another country during an overseas visit will be reimbursed by your PEUGEOT dealer in the UK. • In all other respects. • The additional one year of warranty excludes the replacement of parts due to normal wear linked to the use of the vehicle. subject to the vehicle being driven less than 60. • This Warranty is dependent upon the manufacturer’s recommended servicing being carried out at the time or distance intervals specified in the PEUGEOT Warranty and Maintenance Record booklet.

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... please return this duly completed coupon to the nearest PEUGEOT dealer...N....... p CHANGE OF ADDRESS p SALE OF VEHICLE NEW CONTACT INFORMATION Mileage of new odometer: V..... address....I.I....N..... p CHANGE OF ADDRESS Name.I../.N. Mileage of old odometer: V.... signature and stamp of repairer that carried out the work: p SALE OF VEHICLE NEW CONTACT INFORMATION V........ DEALERSHIP STAMP p CHANGE OF ADDRESS p SALE OF VEHICLE NEW CONTACT INFORMATION 43 " " " " " .Odometer replacement and Change of Address or Ownership The information below is to be completed if the odometer is replaced (total distance recorder): If you change your address or sell your vehicle........ Date of replacement: ......./....

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