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EXTERIOR

I Sunroof
The sunroof improves ventilation
and brightness in the passenger
compartment.

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IN BRIEF

Rear parking assistance signal Moduboard shelf


This function warns you if an obstacle This shelf, located behind the rear
is detected behind the vehicle whilst seat backrests, allows the boot space
reversing. to be configured in various ways.

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OPENING

Remote control key Manual central locking Fuel tank


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C

A B

IN BRIEF
B A

A. Locking of the vehicle. A. Locking/unlocking of the A. Opening of the fuel flap.


B. Unlocking of the vehicle. vehicle from the interior. B. Opening of the fuel cap.
C. Key release/storage.
Tank capacity: approximately 47 li-
tres.

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OPENING

Tailgate Spare wheel and tools


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B
A
IN BRIEF

Opening Closing Access to the spare wheel


 After unlocking the vehicle with  Lower the tailgate, using the grip  Lift up the carpet, then remove
the remote control or they key, B, located in the interior tailgate the toolbox to access the
press upwards on handle A trim. Press firmly to shut. wheel.
located between the number
plate lights. Access to the tools
The tools are located in the toolbox
in the spare wheel. Pull the strap
to access.

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INTERIOR

Stop & Start system Cruise control I


This system, linked to a SensoDrive This system allows you to automatically
gearbox, allows the engine to switch off maintain the speed of the vehicle at the
when the vehicle is stopped and avoid value programmed by the driver, without
excessive fuel consumption. the need to press on the accelerator.

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IN BRIEF
Automatic air conditioning SensoDrive gearbox
The automatic air conditioning system The automated 5-speed manual
ensures your comfort and optimum gearbox gives you the choice of the
circulation of air in the passenger comfort of automatic mode or the
compartment. driving pleasure of a manual gearbox.

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DASHBOARD

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
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IN BRIEF

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DASHBOARD

1 Lateral air vent. 12 Steering wheel gear controls 23 Front electric window controls.
(SensoDrive gearbox).
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2 Loudspeaker (Tweeter). 24 Parking brake.
13 Controls :
• Windscreen wipe.
3 Central air vents.
• Screen wash. 25 Moveable ashtray.
• Rear screen wipe.
4 Hazard warning lamps.
• Trip computer.
26 Rear electric window controls.
5 Display. 14 Window deicing and demisting
vent. 27 Gear lever.
6 Doors and boot central locking
control. 15 Key switch :
28 Cigar lighter / 12 V
• Activation/Deactivation of
passenger’s airbag. accessories socket (functions
7 Controls :
with ignition switched on)
• Stop & Start. (Maximum power 120 W).
16 Electric door mirrors
• Parking assistance.
adjustment.
• Anti-intrusion alarm.
29 Air conditioning or heating/
• Overspeed alert. 17 Headlamps adjustment. ventilation.
• ESP.
18 Access to fusebox.
8 Controls : 30 Storage/CD changer.
• Lighting. 19 Radio control under steering
• Direction indicators. wheel. 31 Radio.
• Foglamps.
20 Steering lock - Ignition.
• Rear foglamp. 32 Bonnet release.
21 Steering column adjustment
9 Instrument panel. control.
33 Lower glovebox :
10 Driver’s airbag. • Vehicle document storage.
22 Controls :
• Cruise control.
11 Horn. • Speed limiter. 34 Passenger’s airbag. 9
G E T T I N G S TA R T E D

Front seats
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1. Head restraint adjustment.
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2. Backrest angle adjustment.
3. Seat height and angle.
4. Longitudinal adjustment.
5. Armrest.
6. Heated seats.

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IN BRIEF

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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D

Manual adjustment of Adjustment of exterior rear Front seat belt


steering wheel height view mirrors I

2 1 1

2 1 3

IN BRIEF
1. Selection of driver’s side
mirror.
1. Releasing by pulling lever. 1. Height adjustment.
2. Selection of passenger’s side
2. Locking by pushing lever. mirror.
3. Foldback / Deployment.

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Adjustment of interior rear
view mirror

1. “Day / Night” mirror position


control.
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G E T T I N G S TA R T E D

Ignition switch Electric window controls Sunroof control


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IN BRIEF

1. Driver’s electric window Turn the control to the left to slide


S. Steering lock position. control. the sunroof.
M. Drive position. 2. Passenger’s electric window There are 9 opening positions.
D. Starting position. control.

3. Rear electric windows control.

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VISIBILITY

Lighting Screen wipe


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A
B

Ring A Front screen wipe Rear screen wipe

IN BRIEF
2 : Fast wipe.
Headlamps off. 1 : Normal wipe. Off.
I : Intermittent wipe.
Automatic lighting of 0 : Off. Intermittent rear screen
headlamps. Pressing downwards : wipe.
- AUTO : Automatic wipe.
- Single wipe. Timed rear screen wash and
Sidelamps. wipe.

Dipped or main beams.


To deactivate automatic wipe,
put the control to position I, then
Ring B return it to position 0.

Front and rear


foglamps.

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V E N T I L AT I O N

Manual air conditioning


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IN BRIEF

Automatic air conditioning : you are advised to use the fully automatic setting, by
pressing on the AUTO button.  82
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MONITORING

Instrument panel Warning lamps Controls panel


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A
A D
B E
C C F
B
D

The lighting of the warning

IN BRIEF
A. Rev counter. When the ignition is switched on,
B. Instrument panel screen. the orange and red warning lamps lamp indicates the status of the
C. Fuel gauge. light up. corresponding function.
D. Dashboard lighting rheostat. With the engine running, these A. Deactivation of Stop
& Start system.  65
warning lamps should go out.
If the warning lamps remain lit,
refer to the appropriate page. B. Deactivation of
parking assistance.  77

C. Activation of alarm.  23

D. Activation of child
safety / Locking  79
of electric rear
windows.

E. Activation of
overspeed alert.  72

F. Deactivation of ESP.
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PA S S E N G E R S A F E T Y

Driver’s seat belt fastening Deactivation of front Isofix fastening system


I detection passenger’s airbag
The warning lamp lights up
if the driver’s seat belt has
not been fastened when the
ignition is switched on and B
between 0 and 20 km/h.
Over 20 km/h, the warning lamp
flashes accompanied by a sound
signal for approximately 2 minutes.
After this it remains lit up. A Two rings B, located between the
backrest and the seat cushion,
allow a child seat to be fitted.
IN BRIEF

1. With the ignition off, insert the


key in switch A.
2. Turn the key to the “OFF”
position, the passenger’s
airbag is deactivated.
3. The front passenger’s airbag
deactivation warning lamp, on
the instrument panel, lights up
when the ignition is switched
on.

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DRIVING

SensoDrive gearbox Stop & Start system


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A B C

IN BRIEF
This automated 5-speed manual B. Control under steering wheel Your vehicle may be fitted with
gearbox gives you the choice of “-”. a “Stop & Start” system, linked
the comfort of automatic mode or C. Control under steering wheel to a SensoDrive gearbox, which
the driving pleasure of a manual “+”. switches the engine off when the
gearbox vehicle is stopped (red lights,
A. Gear lever. giving way, congestion…).
Whilst the vehicle is stopped, the
engine consumes no fuel, emits no
harmful gases and is completely
silent.
The engine restarts instantly,
the moment that you press the
accelerator pedal.

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DRIVING

Cruise control Speed limiter Instrument panel display


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IN BRIEF

1. Activation / Deactivation of 1. Activation / Deactivation of Cruise control or speed limiter


cruise control mode. speed limiter mode. mode appears in the instrument
2. Reduction of the programmed 2. Reduction of the programmed panel when selected.
speed. speed.
3. Increase in the programmed 3. Increase in the programmed
speed. speed.
4. Start / Stop cruise control. 4. Start / Stop speed limiter.
To programme or activate, the
vehicle speed must be over 40 km/h
(25mph). Cruise control
To stop cruise control, you can
either :
- press on the brake pedal,
- press on control 4, Speed limiter
- use control 1,
- as a last resort, switch off the
engine.

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REMOTE CONTROL

Central unlocking
A short press on control B unlocks your vehicle.
This operation is confirmed by the rapid flashing of the direction indicators
and the lighting of the interior lamp (if the function is activated). It can also
deploy the exterior rear view mirrors.
Central locking – Deadlocking
A short press on button A locks your vehicle. II
A This is confirmed by the lighting for around 2 seconds of the direction indica-
tors and by the interior lamp going out. It may cause the exterior rear view
mirrors to fold back.
B If any of the doors, or the boot, is open or not properly closed, the central
locking does not operate.
Note: The simultaneous use of For vehicles equipped with deadlocking, two successive presses on control
other high frequency equipment A will operate deadlocking. It is then impossible to open the doors, either
(mobile telephones, domestic from the inside or from the outside.
alarms, etc.) may momentarily
hinder the operation of the remote
control.
If there is a permanent fault, the
remote control has to be reinitial-
ised. See “Changing remote con-
trol batteries”.

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).

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REMOTE CONTROL

C Changing the remote control battery


First, retract the key-carrier if necessary.
Unclip the housing by lifting at the rear (see diagram).
Battery: CR 0523 of 3 V.
Re-initialisation of the remote control
After a change of battery, it may be necessary to re-initialise the remote
II control. To do that, switch on the ignition and immediately action button A
A on your remote control to trigger the action desired. This may take some ten
seconds.
Note: Make a careful note of the numbers for the keys and for the remote
B control on the ASSISTANCE card. Keep this in a safe place.
Do not throw away the old batteries. They should be returned to a CITROËN
Locating of the vehicle dealer or deposited at a recognised collection point (a camera shop, for
To locate the vehicle on a carpark, example).
press button A, the interior lamps
come on and the direction indica-
tors flash for a few seconds. The
vehicle remains locked.
Folding and ejecting the key
Button C is for folding and eject-
ing the key from its housing in the
remote control.
If you do not press on button C, Except when reinitialising, the remote control cannot function
you could damage the key mecha- while the key is in the ignition, even when switched off.
nism. Warning: by inadvertently actioning the remote control, when
for example it is in your pocket, you can unlock the vehicle
without your realising it.
However, if none of the doors is opened within thirty seconds
following an unlocking, the doors will automatically relock.
Warning: there is a risk of damage if the replacement battery
is not the correct one.
Only use batteries
ies tha
that are identical or equivalent to those
approved by CITROËN.

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KEYS

Central locking using the key


A brief action with the key locks the vehicle.
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.
Note:
• With the vehicle stationary and the engine switched off, locking is sig- II
nalled by the flashing of the interior locking control warning lamp.
• If any of the doors, or the boot, is open or not properly closed, the central
locking does not operate.

Electronic immobiliser
Electronic immobiliser key The ELECTRONIC IMMOBILISER device locks the engine supply system.
The key operates all the vehicle’s The system activates automatically as the key is removed from the ignition.
locks as well as the ignition. All the vehicle’s keys contain an electronic immobiliser device.
Note: For safety reasons, a buzzer After you switch on the ignition, a dialogue starts between the key and the
will sound if you have switched off electronic immobiliser device.
the ignition and opened the driv-
er’s door without having removed If the key is not recognised, you cannot start the vehicle.
the ignition key. If this occurs, leave your vehicle immobilised and contact a CITROËN
The key can be used to deactivate dealer.
the front passenger’s airbag. See
“Airbags”.

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, a CITROËN dealer
can supply replacements.

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CODE CARD

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


owner to possess the CODE card.
Keep it in a safe place.
Never leave it in the vehicle.

II

A confidential 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 in
This card bears a hidden access a safe place (never in the vehicle).
code for the use of the CITROËN If any key modifications become necessary (addition, cancellation or replace-
dealer when servicing the elec- ment of the key), It is essential to take the confidential card together with
tronic immobiliser device. all the keys to a CITROËN dealer.
Do not scratch the protective
strip, the security of the immobi-
liser system depends on the infor-
mation below remaining covered.
Should the card be lost, your
immobiliser system can no longer
be considered secure.

The key number is on the label attached to the key.


Should you lose your key or remote control, a CITROËN dealer
can supply replacements.
Should the confidential card become lost, a CITROËN dealer
would have to undertake a major repair

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ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM

Deactivation of the alarm


usng the remote control
The alarm is disarmed when you
unlock the vehicle (with a press on
button B on the remote control).
Deactivation of the alarm
with the key
II
1 Unlock the doors with the key. The
A siren triggers. Enter the vehicle,
insert the key in the ignition and
turn it to the drive position to stop
B the siren. Otherwise the siren will
continue for approximately 30 sec-
onds.
Your vehicle may be equipped with The installation also has a siren,
an ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM. This and a warning lamp on the con-
provides: trol 1 which is visible from outside
• Exterior perimeter protection by the vehicle, indicating the three
means of detectors on the vehi- possible statuses of the alarm:
cle access points (doors, boot, • Alarm not active (disarmed),
bonnet) as well as on the elec- warning lamp off.
trical supply. • Alarm active (armed), the warn-
• Interior volumetric protection ing lamp flashes slowly.
by means of ultrasonic sensors • Alarm triggered (signalling an
(detecting movement inside the intrusion), the warning lamp
passenger compartment). This flashes rapidly if the alarm is
can be deactivated using the deactivated by a press on the
control 1. control B. It stops as soon as
you switch on the ignition.
Note: If there is a malfunction,
the warning lamp remains perma-
nently on.

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ANTI-INTRUSION ALARM

Operating the alarm Deactivating the volumetric detection


First make sure all the doors are closed. You can operate the alarm with perimeter protection
The alarm is armed by pressing button A on the remote only, by deactivating the volumetric protection (if for
control. example you wish to leave an animal in the vehicle).
With the alarm armed, the protections are active after 5 For this, switch off the ignition then immediately press
seconds (perimeter) and 45 seconds (volumetric). button 1 for at least one second.
When the alarm is armed (on standby), any intrusion The warning lamp on button 1 should come perma-
will trigger the siren for 30 seconds, accompanied by nently on. It will start to flash when the alarm is armed.
the direction indicators lighting up. Arm the alarm by locking your vehicle with the remote
The alarm then goes back on standby, but the trigger- control.
ing remains memorised and is signalled by the rapid
flashing of the warning lamp on control 1 after you have Automatic activation (according to destination)
deactivated the alarm with a press on the unlocking The alarm is armed automatically, 2 minutes after the
button B. The flashing stops when you switch on the last door, or the boot, has been closed.
ignition. In order to prevent the alarm from triggering when you
The siren is also triggered if there is a cutting of the open one of the doors or the boot, it is essential to press
electrical supply. To stop it, restore the electrical supply the unlocking button B again on the remote control.
then press on the unlocking button B.
Note:
• If you want to lock your vehicle without arming the
alarm, just lock with the key only.
• If you lock your vehicle and a door, or the boot, is still
open, the central locking does not operate but the
alarm will arm itself after approx. 45 seconds.
Note: The siren is automatically deactivated (for exam-
ple for disconnecting the battery) as soon as the vehicle
is unlocked using the remote control.

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S T E E R I N G L O C K - I G N I T I O N - S TA R T E R

Depending on your vehicle ver- D: Starting


sion, the following warning lamps Release the key as soon as the
are tested: engine starts. Never turn it while
• Briefly: the engine is running.
Starting and stopping the
engine:
See “Driving”. II
• Up to starting: Economy mode
In order not to discharge the bat-
tery while the engine is stopped,
your vehicle goes automatically
into economy mode after a max-
imum of 30 minutes. Economy
S: Steering lock mode is indicated by a message
To unlock the steering, gently move • Flashes until the engine starts: on the screen.
the steering wheel while turning the The electrical components relating
key, without exerting undue force. to comfort and also the headlamps
When you remove the key, turn (not sidelamps or hazard warning
your steering wheel to lock the lamps) cut out automatically. To
steering. The key can only be reactivate them, it is necessary to
removed when in position S. If one of these warning lamps does start the engine.
not light up, this indicates a mal-
M: Drive position function.
The steering is unlocked (by turn-
ing the key in position M, if neces-
sary move the steering wheel).
NEVER REMOVE THE IGNITION KEY BEFORE THE ENGINE
HAS COME TO A COMPLETE STOP.
IT IS ESSENTIAL ALWAYS TO DRIVE WITH THE ENGINE RUN-
NING, SO AS TO RETAIN STEERING AND BRAKING ASSIST-
ANCE (risk of the steering lock engaging and loss of safety
features).
When stationary, having removed the key, carefully turn the steering
wheel if you wish to lock the steering.

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DRIVING

Manual gearbox Automatic gearbox Advice


• Ensure that the gear lever is • Check that you are in position
in the neutral position. P or N.
Vehicles equipped with a
• Do not touch the accelerator. • Do not touch the accelerator. Turbo
• For Diesel engines: Turn the • For Diesel engines: Turn the
key to the drive position. Wait key to the drive position. Wait Never stop the engine without
for the preheater warning lamp for the preheater warning lamp first having allowed it to idle for a
to go off, if this has come on. to go off, if this has come on. few seconds, this being the time
II • Turn the key to action the starter • Turn the key to action the starter
required for the turbochargers to
return to a normal speed.
(not for more than ten seconds), (not for more than ten seconds),
until the engine starts. until the engine starts. Do not “flick” the accelerator at the
moment you switch off the ignition
• In ambient temperatures lower as this could seriously damage the
than 0°C, depress the clutch Electronic Gearbox System
turbochargers.
while actioning the starter to • Check that you are in posi-
facilitate starting. Then release tion N.
the clutch pedal slowly. • Apply the brake pedal.
• Do not touch the accelerator.
• For Diesel engines: Turn the
key to the drive position. Wait
for the preheater warning lamp
to go off, if this has come on.
• Turn the key to action the starter
(not for more than ten seconds),
until the engine starts.

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

WARNING
DO NOT RUN THE ENGINE IN A CLOSED SPACE OR IN ONE THAT
IS INSUFFICIENTLY VENTILATED.
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I N S T R U M E N T PA N E L
PETROL AND SPORT VERSIONS

B C D

E
II

A F

J I H G

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

Engine oil level indicator


When the ignition is switched on, the maintenance indicator is displayed for
several seconds followed by the engine oil level for approximately 10 sec-
B onds. See “Maintenance indicator”.
An incorrect engine oil level can seriously damage your engine.

II
Display of “OIL OK” indicates normal functioning.

Display
As soon as you open the driver's Flashing of “OIL” indicates an oil level that is
door, the instrument panel displays below the minimum.
the total mileage and trip mileage.
Check using the manual dipstick. See “Levels”.
When you switch on the ignition, it
scrolls through the following infor- Check the engine oil level on horizontal ground
mation: with the engine having been switched off for at
• Maintenance indicator. least 15 minutes.
• The engine oil level indicator. Contact a CITROËN dealer.
• Total mileage.
It also displays the trip mileage or
trip computer information (depend-
ing on the memory status since the A flashing of “OIL – –” indicates a malfunction-
vehicle was last stopped). ing of the indicator.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Trip mileage recorder reset
This can operate when the ignition is Fuel low/Fuel gauge
switched on. When the tank is full, all 8 bars are lit up. They go out one by one.
Press B to show the trip mileage, If the fuel low warning lamp comes on accompanied by a beep,
then give a long press on B to reset there remain around 4 to 6 litres of fuel in the tank.
the counter to zero.
If “black panel” mode is active and there are only around 4 to 6 litres of fuel
in the tank, that will make the fuel low warning lamp come on.

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

B C D

E
II

A F

J I H G
A. Control: E. Electronic Gearbox System H. Display of warning lamps
- Lighting rheostat display I. Speed indicator
- Night driving (Black panel) F. Control: J. Display:
B. Fuel gauge - Trip mileage recorder reset - Maintenance indicator
C. Rev counter G. Display: - Engine oil level indicator
During the running-in period, - Cruise contol / speed limiter - Total mileage recorder
see “Running-in”. - Trip mileage recorder
D. Red zone of rev counter telling - Trip computer
you of the need to change to a
higher gear.
Sport version: The warning
lamp lights up in orange, then
in red.
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I N S T R U M E N T PA N E L

Engine oil level indicator


When the ignition is switched on, the maintenance indicator is displayed for
several seconds followed by the engine oil level for approximately 10 sec-
B onds. See “Maintenance indicator”.
An incorrect engine oil level can seriously damage your engine.

II
Display of “OIL OK” indicates normal functioning.

Display
As soon as you open the driver's Flashing of “OIL” indicates an oil level that is
door, the instrument panel displays below the minimum.
the total mileage and trip mileage.
Check using the manual dipstick. See “Levels”.
When you switch on the ignition, it
scrolls through the following infor- Check the engine oil level on horizontal ground
mation: with the engine having been switched off for at
• Maintenance indicator. least 15 minutes.
• The engine oil level indicator. Contact a CITROËN dealer.
• Total mileage.
It also displays the trip mileage or
trip computer information (depend-
ing on the memory status since the A flashing of “OIL – –” indicates a malfunction-
vehicle was last stopped). ing of the indicator.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Trip mileage recorder reset
This can operate when the ignition is Fuel low/Fuel gauge
switched on. When the tank is full, all 8 bars are lit up. They go out one by one.
Press B to show the trip mileage, If the fuel low warning lamp comes on accompanied by a beep,
then give a long press on B to reset there remain around 4 to 6 litres of fuel in the tank.
the counter to zero.
If “black panel” mode is active and there are only around 4 to 6 litres of fuel
in the tank, that will make the fuel low warning lamp come on.

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

Engine oil level indicator


When the ignition is switched on, the maintenance indicator is displayed for
several seconds followed by the engine oil level for approximately 10 sec-
B onds. See “Maintenance indicator”.
An incorrect engine oil level can seriously damage your engine.

II
Display of “OIL OK” indicates normal functioning.

Display
As soon as you open the driver's Flashing of “OIL” indicates an oil level that is
door, the instrument panel displays below the minimum.
the total mileage and trip mileage.
Check using the manual dipstick. See “Levels”.
When you switch on the ignition, it
scrolls through the following infor- Check the engine oil level on horizontal ground
mation: with the engine having been switched off for at
• Maintenance indicator. least 15 minutes.
• The engine oil level indicator. Contact a CITROËN dealer.
• Total mileage.
It also displays the trip mileage or
trip computer information (depend-
ing on the memory status since the A flashing of “OIL – –” indicates a malfunction-
vehicle was last stopped). ing of the indicator.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Trip mileage recorder reset
This can operate when the ignition is Fuel low/Fuel gauge
switched on. When the tank is full, all 8 bars are lit up. They go out one by one.
Press B to show the trip mileage, If the fuel low warning lamp comes on accompanied by a beep,
then give a long press on B to reset there remain around 4 to 6 litres of fuel in the tank.
the counter to zero.
If “black panel” mode is active and there are only around 4 to 6 litres of fuel
in the tank, that will make the fuel low warning lamp come on.

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WA R N I N G L A M P S

These warning lamps may be accompanied by a message and/or a sound signal

Engine oil pressure Warning lamp for park- SERVICE


It comes on for a few sec- ing brake, brake fluid This warning lamp
onds each time you switch level and braking dis- remains on for a seri-
on the ignition. tribution malfunction ous fault. Consult a
If this warning lamp comes on, With the engine running, the light- CITROËN dealer as soon as pos-
II engine running, it tells you that the ing of this warning lamp indicates sible.
oil pressure is low. that the parking brake is on or not This warning lamp remains on only
It is essential to stop the vehicle. properly released, that the brake for a short time for faults that are
fluid level is low or that the braking minor. Contact a CITROËN dealer
Contact a CITROËN dealer. system is malfunctioning. if necessary.
If the warning lamp remains on To learn the origin of the corre-
even after you have released the sponding alert, refer to the log of
Coolant temperature parking brake, stop immediately alerts (See chapter “Displays A
warning lamp and contact a CITROËN dealer. and C” to chapter “Multifunction
It comes on for a few sec- displays” or your NaviDrive hand-
onds each time you switch book).
on the ignition. Fuel low
If this warning lamp comes on, Driver's seat belt not It comes on for a few sec-
engine running, it tells you that onds each time you switch
the coolant temperature is rising fastened
on the ignition.
abnormally. This lamp comes on if the
LH seat belt is not fastened If the fuel low warning lamp comes
It is essential to stop the vehi- on, there remain approx. 4 to 6 litres
cle. when the ignition is switched on
and while the vehicle is moving at of fuel in the tank.
Check the coolant level. up to approx. 20 km/h (12 mph).
See “Levels”. Above this speed, the warning
lamp flashes, accompanied by a Depollution system
If the level is satisfactory
satisfactory, consult a sound signal for around 120 sec-
CITROËN dealer. It remains on until you start
onds. Then it remains on. the engine.
If this warning lamp flashes
or lights up while you are driving,
Battery charge this indicates a problem with the
This warning lamp should depollution system.
go out when the engine is Consult a CITROËN dealer as
running. soon as possible.
If it remains permanently on, con-
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WA R N I N G L A M P S

ESP/ASR Front passenger's air- Foot on brake (Electronic


Operating bag deactivation Gearbox System)
It comes on for a few sec- See “Airbags”. The flashing of this warn-
onds each time you switch It is tested briefly on start- ing lamp in the instrument
on the ignition. ing. panel indicates the need to apply
the brake pedal in order to start the
If either of the ESP or ASR sys- engine or engage reverse gear.
tems is active, the warning lamp
flashes. Diesel engine preheat- II
For a malfunction ing Stop & Start
When the vehicle is moving, the See method for starting The lighting of this warn-
lighting of this warning lamp indi- the engine. ing lamp indicates that the
cates a system malfunction. See “Driving”. engine is in shutdown mode.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Function deactivated
The warning lamp remains con- Left hand direction indi- Right hand direction
tinuously on. cator indicator
See “Signalling”. See “Signalling”.

ABS system If the hazard lamps are activated, this means that the direction indica-
The ABS warning lamp tors flash on both sides at the same time.
lights up when you switch
on the ignition: it should go
out after a few seconds. Sidelamps Front foglamps
If it does not go out, there could be See “Signalling”. See “Signalling”.
a system malfunction.
See “Brakes”.

Dipped beams Foglamps (rear)


See “Signalling”. See “Signalling”.

Airbag fault
See “Airbags”.
It is tested briefly on start- Main beams
ing. See “Signalling”.

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

It informs you when the next routine service is due in accordance with the vehicle servicing schedule in the
Maintenance Guide. This information is dependent on two parameters: the mileage covered, and the time
elapsed since the last visit.

Operation Operation if the distance to Operation if the service


On switching on the ignition, the the next service is less than interval has been passed
II maintenance indicator spanner 1 000 km (600 miles) Each time you switch on the igni-
appears in the display for several Each time you switch on the igni- tion, the maintenance symbol and
seconds. The mileage recorder tion and for 5 seconds, the span- the distance covered (preceded
display indicates how many miles ner and the distance flash. by a minus) beyond the recom-
remain to be travelled before the mended interval flash.
next service is due (in thousands Example: there remain up to the
and hundreds of miles). next service: 500 km (300 miles). Example: You have exceeded
On switching on the ignition and for the service interval by 300 km
Example: there remain up to the 5 seconds, the instrument panel (300 miles).
next service: indicates: The routine service on your vehi-
cle needs to be carried as soon as
possible.

A few seconds after this, the engine A few seconds after this, the engine A few seconds after this, the engine
oil level indicator is displayed, then oil level indicator is displayed, then oil level indicator is displayed, then
the total mileage recorder resumes the total mileage recorder resumes the total mileage recorder resumes
its normal role. its normal role and the mainte- its normal role and the mainte-
nance symbol remains lit up. This nance symbol remains lit up.
is a warning to you that a service
must be carried out at the earliest
opportunity.

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I N S T R U M E N T PA N E L L I G H T I N G –
B L A C K PA N E L

Night driving
• The first press on button D
“DARK” places the display on
B standby. Only the time and the
A temperature remain visible at
the top of the screen.
D • A second press on D switches
the screen and the instrument
This function is to give you the best panel off (black panel) with the II
possible visual conditions for driv- exception of information con-
C cerning for example:
ing at night.
- The speed indicator.
In black panel mode, the following
information only will be displayed - The gearbox.
Lighting rheostat temporarily, should you request it - Cruise control / Speed limiter
or in the event of an alert: if this has been activated.
The dimmer is active when the Note: Timed lighting of func-
lamps are on and affects: • The warning lamps in zone C
(bottom area of the instrument tions if you:
• The instrument panel: Rev panel) will come on in the event
counter, fuel level display. - Press any of the display con-
of an alert: e.g. fuel low, coolant trols.
• The display screen. temperature. - Select Radio-CD.
• The air conditioning control • The direction indicator warning
panel. - Operate any of the air condi-
lamps. tioning controls.
Selection of mode and brightness • The speed indicator. Note: All the displays come on
is done by pressing the dimmer • The gear engaged. if there is an alert.
button A on the instrument panel. • The mileage recorder each time • A third press on D returns you
you press button B. to normal lighting.
Night driving (headlamps on)
• The automatic air conditioning
4 levels of brightness + 1 level for display each time you press
Black panel. one of the buttons.
Adjustment is by successive • The trip computer information.
presses on button A in the follow-
ing cycle:
level 4 level 3 level 2 level 1
Black panel.

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D I S P L AY S

1 2

Display A NaviDrive monochrome


screen
II

Digital clock
To adjust the display, press on but-
ton 1 to alter the hours and on but-
ton 2 to alter the minutes.
Display C

NaviDrive colour display

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

1 2 3 E D C B

A B
The driver is recommended not to II
concern himself with the display A E
controls while driving. C E
1. Time. • Radio-CD (See radio-CD hand-
2. Date - Display zone. book).
3. Outside temperature. • Vehicle configuration, to acti-
Controls vate/deactivate:
When the outside temperature A. Access to the “Main menu” of
is between +3 °C and –3 °C, the the display. - Triggering of rear screen wipe.
temperature display flashes (risk B. Scroll through display menus. - The automatic guide-me-
of ice). home lighting.
C. Validation and Selection in the
Note: The outside temperature menus, of the function chosen - Automatic lighting of head-
displayed may be higher than the or value modified. lamps.
actual temperature if the vehicle is • Options, to display the alerts.
stationary in bright sunlight. D. Cancellation of the operation or
return to the previous display. • Display adjustments, to adjust
Remark: The display of certain E. Selection of the type of infor- the date and time on the dis-
types of information is sometimes mation displayed in zone 2 play.
scrolled and sometimes alter- (date, radio/CD and trip com-
nated. • Languages, to select the dis-
puter). play language.
In the Menus, choice of activa- • Units, to access the choices of
tion/deactivation of your func- units of Temperature and Fuel
tions and choice of your adjust- Consumption.
ments.

Main Menu
By pressing control A then B, you
have access to the following func-
tions:

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

1 2 3 E D C B

A B
II Personalisation/Configuration
A E
To activate/deactivate rear screen
wipe on engaging reverse gear: C E
• Press button A. To activate/deactivate the auto-
matic lighting of headlamps:
• Select, using B, the sub-menu • Press button A.
to personalise-configure your To activate/deactivate the auto-
vehicle, then confirm your matic guide-me-home lighting: • Select, using B, the sub-menu
choice with a press on C. to personalise-configure your
• Press button A. vehicle, then confirm your
• Select rear screen wipe, using B. • Select, using B, the sub-menu choice with a press on C.
• The system tells you the status to personalise-configure your • Select automatic lighting of
(active or inactive) of the func- vehicle, then confirm your headlamps using B.
tion. Modify this status with a choice with a press on C.
press on E. • The system tells you the status
• Select guide-me-home lighting, (active or inactive) of the func-
• Then please wait for the display using B. tion. Modify this status with a
to disappear. • The system tells you the status press on E.
Note: The activation/deactivation (active or inactive) of the func- • Then please wait for the display
registers immediately. tion. Modify this status with a to disappear.
press on E.
Note: Activation of this function
• Then please wait for the display is immediate while deactivation
to disappear. requires the ignition to be switched
off.

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

E D C B To choose the language:


• Press button A.
• Using B, select the sub-menu
for Languages. Confirm your
choice with a press on C.
D
• By presses on E, select the lan-
guage of your choice.
A B • Then please wait for the display
to disappear.
II
A E
C E
To adjust the date and the time: To choose units:
• Press button A. • Press button A.
• Using B, select the sub-menu • Using B, select the sub-menu
To display the Log of Alerts: for Display Adjustments, then
• Press button A. for Units. Confirm your choice
confirm with a press on C. with a press on C.
• Using B, select the sub-menu • Using B, select what you wish to
for options. Confirm your choice • Using B, select the unit you
modify: Day, month, year, hour, wish to modify (Temperature or
with a press on C. minutes and display mode. Consumption).
Note: You can cancel the start of • Make your adjustment by
the display by selecting E to aban- • Via presses on E, select the
presses on E. You can continue unit of your choice.
don, validate with a press on C. your adjustments, selecting fur-
ther parameters by pressing B. • Then please wait for the display
The alerts that have previously to disappear.
been signalled to you but not • When you have finished your
resolved, are recalled to you in a adjustments, simply wait for the Note: This choice concerns all
scroll. display to disappear. the types of information (fuel con-
sumption, speed, etc.) that appear
To delete the display of an alert, on the displays.
press D.

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

1 2 3 E D C B Personalisation - Config-
uration, allowing you to
activate or deactivate:
• Triggering of rear screen
wipe.
• The automatic guide-me-home
lighting.
The driver is recommended not to • Automatic lighting of headlamps.
II concern himself with the display A E And choosing:
controls while driving. • The brightness, the time, the
1. Time.
Main Menu
date and the display units.
2. Outside temperature. Press on button A to bring up
the “Main menu” of the multifunc- • The display language.
3. Date - Display zone.
tion display. This menu gives you
When the outside temperature access to the following functions:
is between +3 °C and –3 °C, the
temperature display flashes (risk
of ice).
Controls
Radio-CD
A. Access to the “Main menu” of
the display. (See radio-CD handbook). Bluetooth® hands-free kit
B. Scroll through display menus.
(See radio-CD handbook).
C. Validation and Selection in the
menus, of the function chosen
or value modified. Trip computer, giving you: Note: The outside tem-
D. Cancellation of the operation or • Entering the distance to perature displayed may be higher
return to the previous display. the destination. than the actual temperature if the
E. Selection of the type of infor- • Access to the log of vehicle is stationary in bright sun-
mation you wish to see perma- alerts (recall of the alerts sig- light.
nently displayed (date, radio- nalled previously.
CD, trip computer) on the right • Access to status of functions,
of the screen. for example activation/deacti-
vation of automatic lighting of
headlamps, ESP, windscreen
wipers.

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

Trip computer Personalisation/Configuration • Using B, select lighting and


To enter the distance to be trav- To activate/deactivate rear screen signalling. Confirm your choice
elled on the trip computer: wipe on engaging reverse gear: with a press on C.
• Press button A. • Press button A. • Then press C to select/deselect
the guide-me-home lighting,
• Use B to select the icon “Trip • Use B to select the icon “Per- to activate/deactivate it. After
computer”, then confirm with a sonalisation-Configuration” activation, choose the duration:
press on C. then confirm your choice by press C then use B to select
• Select entry of distance using B. pressing C. the duration, then press C.
Confirm your choice with a • Then select the sub-menu for • Validate “OK” on the screen.
press on C. the vehicle parameters. Con-
• To choose the distance, select firm your choice with a press To activate/deactivate the auto-
the figure you wish to modify on C. matic lighting of headlamps:
by using B, then confirm with a • Use B to select parking assist- • Press button A.
press on C. ance. Confirm your choice with • Use B to select the icon “Per-
• Use B to adjust the value, then a press on C. sonalisation-Configuration”
validate by pressing C. • Then with a press on C, select/ then confirm your choice by
• Validate “OK” on the screen. deselect rear screen wipe to pressing C.
activate or deactivate it. • Then select the sub-menu for
To access the trip computer's • Validate “OK” on the screen. the vehicle parameters. Con-
log of alerts: firm your choice with a press
• Press button A. Note: The activation/deactivation
registers immediately. on C.
• Use B to select the icon “Trip • Using B, select lighting and
computer”, then confirm with a To activate/deactivate the auto- signalling. Confirm your choice
press on C. matic guide-me-home lighting: with a press on C.
• Select the log of alerts. • Press button A.
• Next press on C to activate/
• When the list displays, use B to • Use B to select the icon “Per- deactivate automatic lighting of
scroll through it. sonalisation-Configuration” headlamps.
then confirm your choice by
• Press D to return to the perma- pressing C. • Press button C.
nent display. Note: Activation of this function is
• Then select the sub-menu for
To access the status of functions: the vehicle parameters. Con- immediate while deactivation requires
proceed in a similar manner. firm your choice with a press the ignition to be switched off.
on C.

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

E D C B To adjust the date and the time: To choose units:


• Press button A. • Press button A.
• Use B to select the icon “Per- • Use B to select the icon “Per-
sonalisation-Configuration” sonalisation-Configuration”
then confirm your choice by then confirm your choice by
pressing C. pressing C.
• Select the display configuration • Select the display configuration
with a press on B. Confirm your with a press on B. Confirm your
II choice with a press on C. choice with a press on C.
A E
• Select the adustment for the • Then select the sub-menu for
To adjust the display brightness: date and the time, by press- Units. Confirm your choice with
• Press button A. ing B, then confirm with a press a press on C.
• Use B to select the icon “Per- on C. • Using B, select the unit to be
sonalisation-Configuration” • Press B to select the values modified (Temperature or Con-
then confirm your choice by you wish to modify. Confirm sumption) then validate with a
pressing C. your choice with a press on C. press on C.
• Select the display configuration • Do your adjustments with B, • Validate “OK” on the screen.
with a press on B. Confirm your then validate each adjustment
choice with a press on C. Note: This choice concerns all
choice with a press on C. the types of information (fuel con-
• Select the brightness adjust- • Validate “OK” on the screen. sumption, speed, etc.) that appear
ment. Confirm your choice with on the displays.
a press on C. To choose the language:
• Select with a press on B, then • Press button A.
validate by pressing C, the nor- • Use B to select the icon “Per-
mal or alternative display mode. sonalisation-Configuration”
To adjust the brightness, select then confirm your choice by
the symbols “+” or “–” and con- pressing C.
firm your adjustment by press- • Use B to select the desired lan-
ing C. guage and validate your choice
• Validate “OK” on the screen. by pressing C.
• Validate “OK” on the screen.

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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 Main Menu
Press on button A to bring up
E B D the “Main menu” of the multifunc-
tion display. This menu gives you
access to the following functions:
C

II
The driver is recommended not to A B Navigation/guidance
concern himself with the display
controls while driving. (See NaviDrive instructions)
Controls
1. Time. A. Access to the “Main menu” of
2. Telephone. the display. Audio
3. Display zone. B. Scroll through display menus. (See NaviDrive instructions)
4. Outside temperature. C. Validation and Selection in the
When the outside temperature is menus, of the function chosen
between +3 °C and –3 °C, the tem- or value modified. Trip computer
perature display flashes (risk of ice). D. Cancellation of the operation or (See NaviDrive instructions)
Note: The outside temperature return to the previous display.
displayed may be higher than the E. Selection of the type of infor-
actual temperature if the vehicle is mation you wish to see perma- Folder
stationary in bright sunlight. nently displayed (date, radio- (See NaviDrive instructions)
CD, trip computer) on the right
of the screen.
Telematics
(See NaviDrive instructions)

Configuration
This allows adjustment of
the various parameters
(activation/deactivation of
automatic lighting of head-
lamps, date, time, units, etc.).
(See NaviDrive instructions)

41
TRIP COMPUTER

NaviDrive monochrome NaviDrive colour


screen display
Range
This is the distance that can still be travelled on the
amount of fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance that can still be travelled is less
II than approx. 25 km (around 15 miles), only three
dashes are shown.

Instantaneous consumption
This is the result from the consumption recorded
within the last 2 seconds. This function is only avail-
able when travelling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20
mph).

Distance to be travelled
It indicates the distance remaining to be travelled to
the destination.
To enter this, see NaviDrive instructions.

Distance travelled
This is the distance that has been travelled since the
last reset to zero of the Journey selected.

Average consumption
This is the relationship between the fuel consumed
and the distance travelled since the last reset to zero
of the trip computer.

Average speed
This is obtained, from the last reset to zero of the trip
computer, by dividing the distance travelled by the
time taken (with ignition switched on).
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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 D I S P L AY

1 2 3 4 5 Navigation/guidance
(See NaviDrive instructions)
E B D
Audio
(See NaviDrive instructions)
C

II Trip computer
A B (See NaviDrive instructions)

The driver is recommended not to Controls Folder


concern himself with the display A. Access to the “Main menu” of (See NaviDrive instructions)
controls while driving. the display.
1. Outside temperature. B. Scroll through display menus.
2. Folder. C. Validation and Selection in the Telematics
3. Date. menus, of the function chosen (See NaviDrive instructions)
4. Telephone. or value modified.
5. Time. D. Cancellation of the operation or
return to the previous display. Configuration
When the outside temperature
is between +3 °C and –3 °C, the E. Selection of the type of infor- This allows adjustment of
temperature display flashes (risk mation you wish to see perma- the various parameters
of ice). nently displayed (date, radio- (activation/deactivation of
Note: The outside temperature CD, trip computer) on the right automatic lighting of head-
displayed may be higher than the of the screen. lamps, date, time, units, etc.).
actual temperature if the vehicle is (See NaviDrive instructions)
stationary in bright sunlight. Main Menu
Press on button A to bring up
the “Main menu” of the multifunc-
tion display. This menu gives you
access to the following functions: Map
(See NaviDrive instructions)

42
TRIP COMPUTER

NaviDrive monochrome NaviDrive colour


screen display
Range
This is the distance that can still be travelled on the
amount of fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance that can still be travelled is less
II than approx. 25 km (around 15 miles), only three
dashes are shown.

Instantaneous consumption
This is the result from the consumption recorded
within the last 2 seconds. This function is only avail-
able when travelling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20
mph).

Distance to be travelled
It indicates the distance remaining to be travelled to
the destination.
To enter this, see NaviDrive instructions.

Distance travelled
This is the distance that has been travelled since the
last reset to zero of the Journey selected.

Average consumption
This is the relationship between the fuel consumed
and the distance travelled since the last reset to zero
of the trip computer.

Average speed
This is obtained, from the last reset to zero of the trip
computer, by dividing the distance travelled by the
time taken (with ignition switched on).
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TRIP COMPUTER

II

For selection and display of the Instrument panel (For a ver- Display A
various types of information, give sion with digital clock) The trip computer provides 5 types
short presses on the end of the
windcsreen wiper stalk. The trip computer provides 4 types of information:
of information on the instrument • Range.
panel, following the display of trip • Average consumption.
mileage:
• Instantaneous consumption.
For C-type screens and • Range.
• Distance travelled.
NaviDrive, one press on the • Instantaneous consumption.
• Average speed.
“Mode” button gives you • Average consumption.
permanent display of the • Average speed. To cancel the display of the trip
trip computer information. computer information, press a sixth
Remark: If the cruise control / speed time.
limiter is in operation, the display of
trip computer information disappears
after a few seconds.
To reset the trip computer infor-
mation to zero, keep the end of
the control stalk pressed for a few
seconds when you see the relevant
information displayed.

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TRIP COMPUTER

Remark:
After a re-initialisation of the trip
computer, the indication of range
only becomes significant after a
certain period of use.

II

Monochrome NaviDrive and NaviDrive colour display


Displays C

The trip computer gives access to 3 types of instantaneous information:


• Range.
• Instantaneous consumption.
• Distance remaining to be travelled.
The trip computer also gives access to 3 types of information for 2 Journeys
1 and 2:
• The distance travelled.
• Average consumption.
• Average speed.

The Journeys
Journeys 1 and 2 are independent of each other but identical in use. For
example you can allocate Journey 1 to daily calculations and Journey 2 to
monthly calculations.
Resetting a Journey to zero
When the desired Journey is displayed, give a long press on the end of the
wiper control stalk.

44
TRIP COMPUTER

Instrument Display Display


panel version A version C
Range
This is the distance that can still be travelled
on the amount of fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance that can still be travelled
is less than approx. 25 km (around 15 miles), II
only three dashes are shown.

Average consumption
This is the ratio between the fuel consumed
and the distance travelled since the last reset
to zero for the Journey selected.

Instantaneous consumption
This is the result from the consumption
recorded within the last 2 seconds. This func-
tion is only available when travelling at over
30 km/h (approx. 20 mph).

Average speed
This is obtained, from the last reset to zero of the
trip computer, by dividing the distance travelled
by the time taken (with ignition switched on).

Distance travelled
This is the distance that has been travelled
since the last reset to zero of the Journey
selected.

Distance to be travelled
To enter it, see “Multifunction display”.

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TRIP COMPUTER

NaviDrive monochrome NaviDrive colour


screen display
Range
This is the distance that can still be travelled on the
amount of fuel remaining in the tank.
When the distance that can still be travelled is less
II than approx. 25 km (around 15 miles), only three
dashes are shown.

Instantaneous consumption
This is the result from the consumption recorded
within the last 2 seconds. This function is only avail-
able when travelling at over 30 km/h (approx. 20
mph).

Distance to be travelled
It indicates the distance remaining to be travelled to
the destination.
To enter this, see NaviDrive instructions.

Distance travelled
This is the distance that has been travelled since the
last reset to zero of the Journey selected.

Average consumption
This is the relationship between the fuel consumed
and the distance travelled since the last reset to zero
of the trip computer.

Average speed
This is obtained, from the last reset to zero of the trip
computer, by dividing the distance travelled by the
time taken (with ignition switched on).
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SIGNALLING

Sound signal for headlamps


left on
This operates when the driver's
door is opened, ignition off, to indi-
cate that the vehicle lamps are still
on.
It stops when you close the door,
switch off the lamps or switch on
the ignition. II
This signal does not operate if the
automatic lighting of headlamps
or the guide-me-home lighting are
active.
Direction indicators Hazard warning lamps Emergency operation of haz-
Left, downwards. This operates all the direction indi- ard warning lamps
Right, upwards. cators simultaneously.
A sudden deceleration of the vehi-
For a change of direction, move Only use them to indicate dan- cle causes the hazard lamps to
the control stalk beyond the tight ger, for an emergency stop or for come on automatically.
spot. Stops automatically with the driving in abnormal conditions.
They will cease to operate auto-
return of the steering wheel. The hazard lamps can also be matically, or manually if you press
used with the ignition switched off. the hazard lamps button on the
Visible alert / headlamp dashboard.
flash
Pull the control towards you.
The headlamp flash can be made
even with the ignition switched off.
Horn
Press at the centre of the steering
wheel.

The direction indicators cannot operate if the hazard warning


lamps are on.

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SIGNALLING

Rotate the ring A forwards. Guide-me-home lighting


A Take care not to cover the bright- This function switches on your
ness sensor, which is visible from headlamps, to light your way when
outside the windscreen, behind you wish to walk from a carpark,
the interior rear view mirror. for example.
This function is activated:
• Manually by pulling the lighting
stalk towards you, ignition off.
II • Automatically, provided:
Sidelamps on - The automatic lighting of
The instrument panel lights up. headlamps is activated.
- To activate the guide-me-
home lighting function, select
Lighting control stalk in the “Main menu”, then in
Rotate the ring A forwards. “Personalisation/Configura-
tion”, the sub-menu for light-
ing and signalling, then acti-
vate the function.
All vehicle lamps off See “Multifunction display”.
Dipped beams/ Note:
Rotate the ring A forwards. main beams on • It is possible to modify the dura-
tion of the guide-me-home lighting
Rotate the ring A forwards. (approx. 60, 30 or 15 seconds) in
Pull the control stalk towards you the menu “Personalisation/Con-
to change between dipped beam figuration”.
Automatic lighting of and main beam. • On screen A, the length is
headlamps fixed.
Note: On vehicles equipped with
Sidelamps and dipped beams daytime running lamps, automatic
come on automatically in poor headlamp lighting and guide-me-
ambient light, or if the wipers are in home lighting are not available.
continuous operation. They go out
as soon as the ambient light again
become sufficient or when the wip-
ers cease to operate.

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SIGNALLING

Front and rear foglamps


(ring C)
Switch on your dipped/main beams.

Rotate the ring C forwards. II


B C
Front foglamps on

Rear FOGLAMPS (Ring B)


Switch on your dipped/main beams.
Rotate the ring B forwards. Rotate the ring C forwards.

Front foglamps and rear foglamps on

Switching off
First action rearwards, rear foglamps off.
Second action rearwards, front and rear foglamps off.
Note: the foglamps should be used only in fog or in other conditions of poor
visibility.
Rear foglamps on

The warning lamp lights up.


The foglamps operate only with
either headlamp dipped beam or
headlamp main beam switched on.

In foggy conditions, if the ambient light is not such that the


headlamps come on automatically, it is up to the driver to switch
on dipped beams, and/or foglamps, manually

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WIPERS

Position I: The wipe speed adjusts automatically to the speed of the vehi-
cle.
Positions 1 and 2: When the vehicle is stationary, the speed of the wipers
will reduce automatically.
For safety, the wiper system is deactivated when the ignition is
switched off.
When you switch the ignition on again, to reactivate the function:
• Return to position 0.
II • Or go to the desired position.
Activation of the function is confirmed by one sweep of the wipers.
Vehicle with rain sensor
Windscreen wiper Activation of automatic wipe:
Control positions One touch downwards: “AUTO”. The wipe speed will adjust according to the
2: Rapid wipe. intensity of the rain.
1: Normal wipe. Note: If automatic wipe is active, a touch downwards triggers a single wipe,
I: Intermittent wipe. without deactivating automatic wipe.
0: Off. Deactivation of automatic wipe:
One press downwards: • Go to position I, then return to position 0.
• AUTO: Automatic wipe activated. • Or stop the engine.
• Single wipe.
WARNING
Do not cover the rain detector which is located behind the interior rear
view mirror and visible from outside the windscreen.
For washing the vehicle, switch off the ignition or deactivate the automatic
wipe.

For safety, the wiper system


is deactivated when the igni-
tion is switched off.

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WIPERS

B. Rear screen wipe Changing the wiper blades


If you have to replace them, the
First notch wiper blades have to be parked in
Off. the maintenance position. For
this, switch off the ignition and then
Second notch within one minute move the wiper
Intermittent rear wipe. control stalk. The wipers stand up
B in a vertical position.
Third notch After replacement, switch on the II
Timed rear wash/wipe. ignition and move the wiper
control stalk so that the wipers
Automatic wipe resume their normal position.
A
When the windscreen wipers are
A. Windscreen wash operational and reverse gear is
engaged.
To operate the windscreen wash,
pull the wiper stalk towards you. Activation/deactivation of this func-
tion is possible in the menu “Per-
The screen wash is accompanied sonalisation/Configuration” in the
by a timed wipe of the windscreen, “Main menu”.
the headlamp wash also activates
if the dipped beams are on. Deactivation may be necessary
when a bicycle-carrier is installed
on the tailgate.

Check that the windscreen and rear wipers can operate freely when
for example a bicycle-carrier is fitted, or in freezing conditions.
Remove any accumulation of snow at the base of the windscreen.

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WIPERS

B. Rear screen wipe Changing the wiper blades


If you have to replace them, the
First notch wiper blades have to be parked in
Off. the maintenance position. For
this, switch off the ignition and then
Second notch within one minute move the wiper
Intermittent rear wipe. control stalk. The wipers stand up
B in a vertical position.
Third notch After replacement, switch on the II
Timed rear wash/wipe. ignition and move the wiper
control stalk so that the wipers
Automatic wipe resume their normal position.
A
When the windscreen wipers are
A. Windscreen wash operational and reverse gear is
engaged.
To operate the windscreen wash,
pull the wiper stalk towards you. Activation/deactivation of this func-
tion is possible in the menu “Per-
The screen wash is accompanied sonalisation/Configuration” in the
by a timed wipe of the windscreen, “Main menu”.
the headlamp wash also activates
if the dipped beams are on. Deactivation may be necessary
when a bicycle-carrier is installed
on the tailgate.

Check that the windscreen and rear wipers can operate freely when
for example a bicycle-carrier is fitted, or in freezing conditions.
Remove any accumulation of snow at the base of the windscreen.

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DASHBOARD ADJUSTMENTS

II

Steering column adjustment Seat belt height adjustment Headlamps adjustment


The steering can be adjusted for The correct positioning of the seat You are advised to adjust the aim
both height and reach. belt is across the middle of the of the headlamps in accordance
With the vehicle stationary, first shoulder. See USER PRECAU- with vehicle load.
adjust your seat to the most suit- TIONS. In the dashboard on the right hand
able position, then adjust the posi- Adjust the height of the seat belt side of the steering column.
tion of the steering wheel. See anchorage by holding down the 0: Unladen weight.
“Driving position”. button and the lever.
1: Lightly laden.
Unlock the steering wheel by pull-
ing the control upwards. 2: Half laden.
Adjust the position of the steering 3: Fully laden.
wheel then lock by pushing the
control fully downwards.
Make sure that you have a good
view of the instrument panel dis-
plays.
As a metter of safety, these manœuvres should not be performed
while the vehicle is moving.

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REAR VIEW MIRRORS

1 2
II

Interior rear view mirror Electric exterior rear view Fold-back of door mirrors
The lever on the lower edge ena- mirrors When the vehicle is parked, the
bles you to place the rear view mir- Your vehicle is equipped with elec- door mirrors can be folded back
ror in either of two positions: tric door mirrors. either manually or electrically.
Day position: the lever is not vis- Set the position of the selected Turn the control to position 3 for
ible. door mirror: electric foldback of the rear view
Night position (anti-dazzle): the 1. Left hand door mirror. mirrors.
lever is visible. 2. Right hand door mirror. Quit position 3 to deploy the rear
Move the control in the four direc- view mirrors.
tions to set the position. The end of the glass in the exte-
The defrosting of the exterior rear rior rear view mirrors is aspherical,
view mirrors is linked to the electri- so as to enlarge the lateral field of
cal demisting of the rear window. vision.
Objects observed in the aspherical
part of the rear view mirrors are in
reality closer than they appear.
You must take this into account in
order to be properly aware of the
distances involved.

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WINDOWS

Anti-pinch on driver's window


An anti-pinch device stops the
window from rising. If it meets an
obstacle, it goes back down.
After a battery disconnection or
if there has been a malfunction,
you have to re-initialise the anti-
pinch function:
II • Use the control to fully open the
window, then reclose. It will rise
only a few centimetres.
• Press again on the control until
the window closes fully.
Electric operation During this operation, the anti- Rear window
pinch protection does not work.
The switches on the console allow To open or close the window, action
the vehicle’s electric windows to be the control to the desired height
controlled from the driver’s posi- then release.
tion.
Sequential control on driv-
er's side
An action on the control to the first
notch causes a window movement
which stops as soon as the control
is released. ALWAYS PAY ATTENTION TO WHERE CHILDREN ARE WHEN
An action on the control to the OPENING OR CLOSING THE WINDOWS
second notch causes the window Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle, even if for a
to close or open completely, a fur- short time.
ther press on the control stops the If there is an obstruction when operating a window, you must immedi-
movement. ately reverse the window movement. To do that, reverse the position of
Note: The window controls also the control concerned.
operate for a limited time after you If the driver is operating the electric window controls for passengers, he
have switched off the ignition. or she should ensure that no passenger is obstructing the window from
closing.
The driver must ensure that the electric windows are used properly by
passengers.

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MANUAL GEARBOX

Reverse gear
Do not select reverse gear until the
vehicle is completely stationary.
Depress the clutch pedal and wait a
few moments before gently engag-
ing reverse gear.

II

Manual gearbox gear lever.

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

Automatic gear selection lever


• Parking (Position P).
• Reverse gear (Position R). A
• Neutral (Position N).
• The automatic gearbox offers you:
- Operation in automatic
auto-active mode, adapting
II automatically to your style of
driving (Position D).
- Operation in sequential
mode, with manual gear
changing (Position M). B
- Operation in Sport or Snow
automatic mode (Position D Position of the gear selector
and by pressing on button A
or B). The position of the gear selector is
displayed in the instrument panel.

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
gear selector is not in position P.
• Before leaving the vehicle, make absolutely certain that
position P 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

Parking

To avoid any movement of the vehicle when parked, select position P. Only
engage it when the vehicle is completely stationary. In this position the driv- II
ing wheels are locked.Check that the selector is in the correct position.
Securely apply the parking brake.

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 gear-
A safety device ensures that start- box snatching, do not accelerate immediately after the selection.
ing is impossible in the other posi-
tions.
After starting the engine, with
selector on P, depress the brake Neutral
pedal then shift the selector to D,
R or M:
• D for automatic mode. While the vehicle is moving, do not select this position, even momentarily.
• R for reverse gear.
• M to change to manual mode.
The change from position D (driv-
ing in automatic mode) to posi-
tion M (driving in sequential mode)
or vice versa can be made at any • Never select position N if the vehicle is in motion.
time. • Never select positions P or R if the vehicle is not com-
pletely stationary.
If while the vehicle is moving you inadvertently select posi-
tion N, leave the engine to 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

Automatic forward drive

The gearbox always selects the gear best adapted to the following param-
eters:
• Style of driving.
• Road profile.
II • Vehicle load.
The gearbox then functions in auto-adaptive mode, without any action on
your part.
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.
Remarks:
• During braking, the gearbox may kick down automatically in order to offer
an effective engine brake.
• If you suddenly 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 on M.
• Push the selector towards “+” to change up a gear.
• Pull the selector towards “-” 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” modes are not available in sequential operation.
The change from position D (driving in automatic mode) to position M (driv-
ing in sequential mode) or vice versa can be made 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


Automatic gearbox salection lever on D:
- Press on button A to select the SPORT driving mode.
- Press on button B to select the SNOW driving mode.
- Press again on the button to select NORMAL driving mode.

A II
SPORT mode is for more responsive driving, to provide maximum
B performance and acceleration.
The warning lamp in the instrument panel is lit up.

SNOW mode is for a more cautious driving style on slippery roads.


The warning lamp in the instrument panel is lit up.

NORMAL driving mode is suitable for all the usual driving conditions.
No warning lamp will light up in the instrument panel.

Flashing of the warning lamp for the position requested signals that this position has not yet been reached.
When the warning lamp is permanent, the position is confirmed.
If there is an operating 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.
Consult a CITROËN dealer as soon as possible.

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ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
GENERAL

II 1 1

The Electronic Gearbox System gives you the choice of two driving Dashboard display
modes: • The gear engaged and the
• Automatic mode. mode “AUTO” are displayed
• Manual mode with two control possibilities: The controls under the steer- on the instrument panel, even if
ing wheel 1 and the selection lever 2 on the central console. the ignition is switched off, when
for example a door is opened.
• The foot-on-brake warning lamp
Selection lever for Electronic gearbox operating mode: flashes to indicate the neces-
• Automatic operation with the gear lever 2 in position A. sity to press the brake pedal, in
Remark: Instant manual mode activates whenever you action one of the order to start the engine or to
controls under the steering wheel 1. engage reverse gear.
• Manual operation with the gear lever 2 in position M.

With the ignition switched on, simultaneous flashing of the


warning lamps “ ” and “AUTO” indicates a fault, contact a
CITROËN dealer as soon as possible.

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ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
GENERAL

Using the Electronic Gearbox System

Neutral
While the vehicle is moving, do not select this position, even momen-
tarily.
II
Reverse gear
Engaging reverse gear R:
Only the lever permits you to engage reverse gear.
Only place the lever in position R if the vehicle is stationary, foot on
Starting the vehicle the brake.
• Apply the brake pedal. The lever
should be in position N. Switch-
ing on the ignition will in any
case return you to position N Automatic mode
(neutral).
• Check the gear engaged on the
instrument panel.
• As required, select 1 gear or
reverse gear (the engine must Manual forward drive
be at idle). Selector position for manual gear changing:
• Release the handbrake. • Push the lever to change up a gear.
• Lift your foot from the brake • Pull the lever to change down a gear.
pedal and accelerate.

The engine can only be started, and reverse gear can only be
engaged, if the brake pedal is pressed.
The foot-on-brake warning lamp flashes on the display for
approx. 5 seconds to indicate the necessity to press the brake
pedal in order to start the vehicle or engage reverse gear.

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ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
GENERAL

Vehicle stationary, engine running


If the vehicle is stationary for a long time with the engine running, then the gearbox changes automatically to neu-
tral.
Stopping the engine
Before switching the engine off, you must choose:
• To leave the vehicle in neutral ; for that, place the lever in position N.
II • To leave the vehicle with a gear engaged (1st or 2nd or Rse); for that, place the gear lever in the respective posi-
tion. In this case, the vehicle cannot be moved.
In all cases it is essential to apply the parking brake.
It is possible within a limited time to re-engage a gear, even if the engine is switched off.
Before any operation in the engine compartment, check that the gearbox is in neutral and that the parking brake is
applied.
Acceleration
The accelerator pedal may have an end-of-travel switch. If so, to obtain extra acceleration you can action this switch
by pressing the pedal hard down.
Starting on a gradient
If starting on a gradient, accelerate gradually while releasing the handbrake.
If you have had to stop on a gradient, you are recommended not to use the accelerator to maintain the vehicle’s
position.

In the event of prolonged slipping of the clutch, the driver


is alerted by the vehicle vibrating. It is necessary to use the
brakes to hold the vehicle.
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ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
A U T O M AT I C M O D E

It constantly selects the gear best


adapted to the following param-
eters:
• Style of driving.
• Road profile.
• Vehicle load.

Instant manual mode


II
Even in automatic mode, if you
touch the controls under the steer-
ing wheel “+” or “-” you immediately
change gear.
The symbol “AUTO” remains lit on
To select automatic mode the instrument panel.
Place the selection lever in posi- In the absence of any further
tion A. action, automatic mode reactivates
“AUTO” displays on the instrument to cope with the prevailing driving
panel to confirm the selection. conditions.
The gearbox then operates in auto- Cancellation of automatic
active mode, without intervention mode
on your part.
Move the gear lever from position
A to select a different position.
The symbol “AUTO” disappears
from the instrument panel.

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ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM
MANUAL MODE

• A command to change gear


is accepted only if the engine
speed permits this.
• As the engine reaches maxi-
mum revs and conditions per-
mit, the system will automati-
cally engage a higher gear.

II - + Re-initialisation
The Electronic Gearbox System
requires a re-initialisation after one
of the following events:
• Change of battery or discon-
nection of battery.
Gear controls under the Commands using the gear • Starting the engine with an
steering wheel lever assisting battery.
Place the gear lever in position M, Place the gear lever in position M, • A system malfunction.
and then the controls under the then:
steering wheel will give you access • Push the lever to change to a To re-initialise the system:
to the five gears in forward drive. higher gear. • Switch on the ignition. A dash
To change gear: • Pull the lever to change down. and “AUTO” will display in the
instrument panel.
• Pull the control “+” towards you Remarks:
to engage a higher gear. • Apply the brake pedal.
• When the vehicle reduces • Wait until you see N, or a gear
• Pull the control “-” towards you speed, for example approach- engaged, in the instrument
to change down. ing a stop sign or traffic lights, panel (about 30 seconds).
These controls do not permit you to the gearbox changes down
automatically to 1st gear. • Release the brake.
select neutral or reverse gear, nor
do they enable you to quit reverse • In manual mode, it is not neces- Starting is again possible.
gear. sary to release the accelerator
during changes of gear.

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S T O P & S TA R T

Your vehicle may be equipped with a “Stop & Start” system, in association with an Electronic Gearbox System; this
shuts down the engine during stopping phases (red lights, traffic jams, temporary halts, etc.).
During these phases, your vehicle uses no fuel, emits no pollutants and is completely silent.
The engine restarts instantly when you want to move forward again.
Functioning of the “Stop & Start” system:
If you brake to stop your vehicle, the engine shuts down just before the vehicle comes to a complete halt; the green
“ECO” warning lamp lights up in the instrument panel. The engine remains shut down for as long as you keep your
foot, even lightly, on the brake pedal. II
As you release the brake pedal, the engine restarts automatically and instantly. The green “ECO” warning lamp goes
out. You can then accelerate to move forward again.

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S T O P & S TA R T

Situations where the engine does not shut down:


Before shutting down the engine, the system automatically and instantly checks that a certain number of conditions
touching on safety, cabin comfort or engine protection are met.
For example, the engine will not shut down, or it will restart by itself:
• Within the few minutes following first starting (engine cold).
• If the temperature in the passenger compartment is insufficient:
- In conditions of extreme outside temperatures (lower than -10°C, higher than +30°C), provided the air condition-
ing is operating.
- More generally, if the ambient conditions and the temperature programmed for the air conditioning make it nec-
essary for the engine to be running in order to produce either warm or cold air.
• If you have activated windscreen demisting/deicing.
• In the event of a prolonged stop on a steep incline, in order to maintain the vehicle's braking capability.
After you have engaged reverse gear, engine shutdown is suspended for approx. fifteen seconds.

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S T O P & S TA R T

Deactivation of the “Stop & Start” system:


You can if you wish deactivate the “Stop & Start” system, by pressing the
“ECO OFF” button located on the left hand side on the central panel.
The warning lamp on the button then comes on, and your vehicle functions
like an ordinary vehicle.
You can reactivate the system with another press on the “ECO OFF” button:
A The warning lamp on the button goes out.
Note: The “Stop & Start” system reactivates automatically each time you
restart the vehicle. II

Batteries
To operate correctly, the system requires a specific battery and also a small additional battery which is situated under
one of the front seats.
For a change of battery, consult a CITROËN dealer.
Remark:
If there is a malfunction of the “Stop & Start” system, the “ECO” warning lamp flashes briefly, accompanied by an
audible alert. The “ECO OFF” warning lamp lights up.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.

If the engine is in shutdown mode, it can restart at any moment.


Before taking any action under the bonnet, it is imperative to switch off
the ignition.
Before leaving the vehicle, it is also essential to switch off the ignition.

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BRAKES

Parking brake
The parking brake is actioned by pulling on the lever with a force appropriate to
any 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 first gear.
On steep gradients, turn the steering towards the pavement.
II To release the brake, pull the lever lightly up, press the button on the end of the
lever and return the lever to the fully down position.

Note: The warning lamp comes on if the parking brake is on or not fully released when you switch the ignition on.
Note: The lighting of this warning lamp indicates that the parking brake is on or not fully released while the engine is
running (at a speed above approximately 5 km/h).

Parking brake released


The lighting of this warning lamp indicates that the brake fluid level is insufficient or that the braking distribu-
tor is malfunctionning.
It is essential to stop the vehicle.
Consult a CITROËN dealer as soon as possible.

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BRAKES

ABS system
The ABS system enhances your safety by preventing the wheels from locking in the event of sudden braking
or in conditions of poor road adherence. It enables you to retain control of the steering.
The functioning capability of all the electrical components essential to the ABS is monitored electronically
before and during your journey. The ABS warning lamp lights up when you switch on the ignition: it should go out
after a few seconds.
If the monitoring warning lamp does not go out, that means that the ABS has disconnected because there is a fault.
Also, the fact that the monitoring warning lamp comes on during the journey shows that the ABS system is inactive. II
In both cases, the normal braking system remains efficient, exactly as on a vehicle without ABS. However, in order
for the security associated with the correct functioning of the ABS to be restored, the vehicle should be examined as
soon as possible by a CITROËN dealer.
On roads with poor adherence (chippings, snow, ice etc.), it is always imperative to drive with prudence.
System of emergency braking assistance
(For vehicles with the ABS system)
The emergency braking assistance system helps you to attain the required braking pressure more rapidly, thus to
reduce the stopping distance. It operates as a function of the speed of action on the brake pedal, decreasing the
resistance to this action. To prolong this action of the emergency braking assistance system, simply keep your foot
on the brake pedal.
Emergency braking or sudden deceleration automatically operates the hazard warning lamps. They will cease to
operate automatically, or manually if you press the hazard lamps button on the dashboard.

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E L E C T R O N I C S TA B I L I T Y
PROGRAMME (ESP)

This system is associated with the ABS and in addition to the ABS. In the event
of a loss of control of the vehicle by the driver, the ESP system acts automati-
cally on one or more wheels and also on the engine to bring the vehicle back
on trajectory.
Operation
The ESP warning lamp flashes in the instrument panel if the ESP system is
A correcting the vehicle's trajectory.
II
Deactivation
In exceptional conditions (vehicle stuck in snow, soft ground, etc.) it may prove
useful to deactivate the ESP systems to allow the wheels to spin and thus
regain traction.
• Press button A.
• The warning lamp associated with control A (ESP Off) lights up, as does
the ESP warning lamp on the instrument panel.
The ESP system is no longer active.
The ESP system reactivates:
• Automatically after the ignition has been switched off.
• Automatically when you drive at above approx. 50 km/h (approx. 30 mph).
• Manually with another press on button A.

Operational anomaly
If the system is malfunctioning, the warning lamp ESP lights up in the instrument panel.
Contact a CITROËN dealer to have the system checked.

The ESP system offers increased driving safety but is not in place to encourage the driver to take
additional risks or to drive at excessive speeds.
The functioning of this system is subject to compliance with the manufacturer’s recommendations
on wheels (tyres and rims), brake parts and electronic components, as well as with the assembly
and repair procedures approved by CITROËN.
After any collision, have this system checked by a CITROËN dealer.
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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

In addition to the catalytic converter, this filter contributes actively to the preserving of air quality, by collecting the
polluting particles that have not been burnt off. Black exhaust fumes are thus eliminated.

Clogging of the particle filter


This alert is caused by the particle filter starting to be saturated (in exceptionally prolonged urban driving, for exam-
ple: reduced speed, traffic jams, etc.).
To regenerate the filter, it is advised to drive, as soon as possible when traffic conditions permit, at a speed of 60 km / h
or more for at least 5 minutes, until the alert message disappears. If this alert persists, contact a CITROËN dealer.
Note: If the vehicle has been running for long periods at very low speeds or at idle, vapour emissions may be seen
coming from the exhaust under acceleration. These have no consequences for the running of the vehicle or for the
environment.

DIESEL additive level


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

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OVERSPEED ALERT

Overspeed alert
Function for keeping to a desired maximum speed.
A short press on control E activates this function (the warning lamp lights up).
To pre-set or modify the desired alert speed, when you have reached this
speed, give a long press on control E (located on the dashboard central
panel) until you hear a confirmation gong. E
An audible signal indicates that the programmed speed is being exceeded.
II
To cancel
Give another short press on control E to deactivate this function (the warn-
ing lamp goes out).
Note: The overspeed alert only functions for speeds above around 30 km/h
(around 18 mph).

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CRUISE CONTROL

This driving assistance function allows you to drive at the speed of your
choice without the need to action the accelerator.
This device is active at speeds above approx. 40 km/h (25 mph), in the
higher gears only.
The button A for cruise control is located on the lighting control stalk.
Remark: The information relating to the cruise control is displayed in the
instrument panel screen at B. This display causes the trip computer infor-
mation to disappear (if it is shown on the instrument panel).
To select the function A
Turn the control 1 to the “CRUISE” position.

To select a cruise speed B

When you select the function via control 1, no speed


has yet been memorised.
4
Accelerate to the desired speed, then give a short press on button 2 or but-
ton 4.
1
The cruise speed is then memorised. It is shown in the 3
display on instrument panel B.
You can then release the accelerator pedal. The vehicle will automatically
keep to that chosen speed.
Remark: The vehicle speed may vary slightly from that memorised.

Cruise control must only be used where the traffic conditions permit driving at a constant speed.
Do not use it on congested roads or when the weather or the road conditions are poor.

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CRUISE CONTROL

Temporary override of the cruise speed Reactivation of cruise control


While cruise control is in operation, it is always possible to • By recalling the memorised speed:
go above the cruise speed simply by pressing the accel- Following a disengagement, press on control 3.
erator pedal (for example to overtake another vehicle). Your vehicle automatically resumes the memorised
The speed displayed flashes. You have only to release the cruise speed, which then displays on the screen in
accelerator pedal to return to your cruise speed. instrument panel B.
Remark: If during cruise control the system cannot keep to • By selecting the current speed:
the cruise speed (e.g. on a steep descent), then the speed Give a short press on button 2 or 4, once the desired
II flashes. If necessary, brake to curb your speed. speed is reached.
Adjustment of the memorised speed while cruise The information “OFF” then disappears from the dis-
control is in operation play.
To adjust the memorised speed, displayed in zone B, If the memorised cruise speed is higher than the current
press: speed, the vehicle will accelerate to match it.
• Button 4 to increase the speed.
To cancel the function
• Button 2 to decrease the speed. • By moving the control from the “CRUISE” position to
Remark: Successive presses will modify the cruise speed the 0 position.
in steps of 1 km/h and a continuous press in steps of 5 km/h • Or stop the engine.
(3 mph) .
The speed that was chosen is no longer memorised.
Disengagement of the memorised cruise speed. Remark:
• Either by pressing the brake pedal or the clutch While cruise control is in operation, the displayed speed
pedal. flashes if the memorised speed is exceeded.
• Or by the ESP or ASR systems being active. If there is a malfunction, either the memorised speed or
• Or by pressing button 3. the dashes “- - -” will flash and the warning lamp “OFF”
Note: Cruise control is deactivated if the gear lever is in will come on permanently in the display.
neutral (position N) Contact a CITROËN dealer.

These actions bring up the informa-


tion “OFF” in the instrument panel The driver still has to remain attentive
display. and in complete control of his vehicle.
You are recommended to keep your feet
These actions do not cancel the cruise speed which within range of the pedals.
remains displayed.
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SPEED LIMITER

This driving assistance function enables you to select a maximum speed


that you wish not to exceed. This must be greater than 30 km/h (approx.
20 mph).
Control A for the speed limiter is situated below the lighting/signalling con-
trol stalk.
Remark: The information relating to the speed limiter is displayed in the
instrument panel screen at B. This display causes the trip computer infor-
mation to disappear (if it is shown on the instrument panel).
To select the function A
II
Turn control 1 to position “LIMIT”.

On selection of the function via control 1, the last speed


memorised is displayed.

To adjust the maximum speed


When the engine is running, you can adjust the memorised speed by either B
short presses or long presses on:
• Button 4 to increase the memorised speed.
• Button 2 to decrease the memorised speed.
Remark: Successive presses will modify the cruise speed in steps of 1 km/h
and a continuous press in steps of 5 km/h (3 mph). 4

Activation of the maximum speed


1
As the desired maximum speed is displayed, press control 3 to activate the
speed limitation. 3

The information “OFF” then disappears from the display.

While the function is active, actioning the accelerator pedal will not permit the
programmed speed to be exceeded, unless you press the pedal hard down past
the tight spot. See “Temporary override of the maximum speed”. 2
Remark: The vehicle speed may vary slightly from that memorised.

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SPEED LIMITER

Disengagement of the maximum speed


Press button 3 located on the end of control A.

This action causes the information “OFF” to appear in the instrument panel screen.
The memorised speed remains displayed and is not cancelled.

II Temporary override of the maximum speed


At any time, it is possible to go above the memorised maximum speed by pressing the accelerator pedal hard down
past the tight spot.
While the memorised speed is being exceeded, the displayed speed flashes.
You have only to release the accelerator pedal to return below the maximum speed, to restore the function.
Remark: If during speed limitation the system cannot keep to the maximum speed (especially on a steep descent or
if you accelerate too hard), the speed flashes. Adapt your speed as necessary.
The function will re-engage when your speed has returned below the desired maximum.
To cancel the function
• By moving the control from position “LIMIT” to position 0.
• Or stop the engine.
The speed that you chose is memorised.
If there is a malfunction, the memorised speed will flash and the warning lamp ““OFF” will come on permanently in the
display. Contact a CITROËN dealer.

A floor covering that is not recommended by CITROËN may slide underneath the accelerator pedal
and thus prevent the tight spot from being crossed.
It will then be impossible to exceed the chosen speed, except by an action on the controls under
the steering wheel.
The driver still has to remain attentive and in complete control of his vehicle.

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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 confirms to you that
the system is active. The outline of
your vehicle appears on the screen.
1 Any obstacles situated to the rear
of your vehicle can be detected.
Proximity sensors are located in Remarks:
the rear bumper of your vehicle. • The proximity sensors cannot
II
When you are manœuvring in detect objects that are immedi-
reverse gear at a speed of less ately under or over the bump-
than around 10 km/h, they inform ers.
you of the presence of any obsta- Activation/Deactivation • A thin object such as a spike,
cle located within their detection a bollard or similar, can only
zone, by means of: You can activate/deactivate the be detected at the start of the
• An audible signal emitted by parking assistance by pressing manœuvre but not when the
the rear loudspeakers on the button 1. When the parking assist- vehicle arrives close up to it.
LH and/or RH side. ance is inactive, the warning lamp
on button 1 is lit up. • In poor weather or in winter, you
• Display of the outline of your need to ensure that the sensors
vehicle with shading corre- Activation/deactivation of the park- are not covered with mud or
sponding to the area where an ing assistance is memorised when with ice or snow.
obstacle is detected. you stop the vehicle.
As the vehicle approaches the Remark: The system is deacti-
obstacle, the sound signal becomes vated automatically if a trailer is
more and more urgent and the attached to the vehicle.
shaded areas are displayed closer The fitting of the towbar should be
and closer to the vehicle. carried out by the CITROËN net-
When the obstacle is less than work.
around 25 centimetres from the
vehicle, the sound signal becomes
continuous with display of a
“WARNING” panel on the screen.

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ACCESS
ANTI-THEFT AND ANTI-INTRUSION PROTECTION

Locking from the inside


A press on the control A operates
the electric central locking and
unlocking, provided all the doors
are closed.
It is still possible to open the doors B
from the inside.
If one of the doors or the tailgate
is open or not properly closed, the
central locking does not operate.
Manual operation
A It is possible to lock the vehicle’s
doors, in the event of an electrical
malfunction, by actioning control B
III on each door.
The warning lamp associated with the control A signals 3 statuses: With the door open, peel back the
• lt flashes when the ignition key is in the stop position or when the key is black sticker (on rear doors only).
not detected and the doors are locked.
Insert an object, such as the end of
• It lights up when the ignition key is in the “accessories” position or “igni- a key, into the cavity and turn.
tion + engine running” or starter position and if the doors are locked.
Then close the door.
• It goes out when the doors are not locked.
Note: Control A is inactive if the vehicle has been locked using the remote After a repair, normal functioning
control or the key. resumes by means of the unlocking
control A, the remote control or the
Anti-theft key used in the driver’s door.
Note: In order to unlock the rear
In all cases, as soon as the vehicle is moving (above a speed of 10 km/h), doors from the inside, you must first
the tailgate locks automatically. The tailgate unlocks when a door is opened deactivate the child locks.
or when the interior locking/unlocking control is actioned.
Anti-theft protection
On starting the vehicle, the system automatically locks the doors as soon as
you reach approximately 10 km/h. If you decide to drive
with the doors locked,
Note: If a door has been opened, this will lock again automatically when the remember that in the
vehicle reaches approx. 10. event of an accident
this renders access
Activation / Deactivation of the function more difficult for the
After switching on the ignition, give a long press on the central unlocking emergency services.
button until a message is displayed.
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ACCESS

III
Child safety manual control Electrically-controlled child Child safety on rear windows
This prohibits the opening of both safety and rear doors
the rear doors from the inside. This prohibits the opening of both A switch deactivates the controls
This device is independent of the the rear doors from the inside. for the rear windows.
central locking system. The electrical control is on the It also operates the child safety on
The rear doors are locked by oper- dashboard, for locking the rear the rear doors.
ating the lever. doors. This device is independent of the
Note: When the ignition is switched central locking system.
on, if the child safety is activated,
the lamp on the dashboard control
lights up.

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ACCESS

Tailgate Closing the tailgate Unlocking in emergency


When stationary, this unlocks: Lower the tailgate using the grip If there is a problem with unlock-
III • when you use the remote con- located in the tailgate interior trim ing the tailgate, it can be unlocked
trol, moulding. from inside the boot:
• or open any of the doors. Press firmly shut. • Insert a screwdriver into the
aperture B in the lock. Turn it in
Note: In all cases, as soon as the order to unlock the tailgate.
vehicle is moving (above a speed
of 10 km/h), the tailgate locks auto-
matically.
Opening from the outside
Press upwards on lever A which is
located between the number plate
lamps.

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

III

Warning: The automatic air conditioning system uses


a temperature sensor located on the dashboard (see
reference A), this sensor should not be obstructed.

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

1. Air distribution MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

Air flow to the face level vents 2


(Air vents open)
1 4
Air flow to the front and rear footwells 5 3 6
(Air vents closed)

2 5 6
Air flow to the footwells and windscreen and side
windows
1 4
Air flow to the windscreen and side windows 3 III
Demisting - Defrosting

Distribution from the air blower can be altered at will by plac- VENTILATION - HEATING
ing the distributor 1 in an intermediate position.
2
2. Cabin air
Air recirculation 1 4
This position is useful for excluding undesirable 3 6
odours or fumes coming from outside. It should be
cancelled as soon as possible in order to permit
renewal of air in the cabin and to prevent misting.
2 6
3. Heater blower control
The air blower operates only when the engine is running. For
optimum comfort in the passenger compartment, the control 1 4
should not remain in position 0 (position 1 minimum). 3
4. Temperature control
5. Air conditioning
6. Demisting - deicing of the rear screen.
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V E N T I L AT I O N - A I R C O N D I T I O N I N G

Air inlet Air conditioning


Check that the exterior grille for the air inlet, at the bot- Whatever the time of year, even in cool weather the air
tom of the windscreen, is clean and free of dead leaves, conditioning is useful in removing humidity and mist-
snow, etc. ing.
If washing the vehicle with a high pressure jet, avoid To keep the air conditioning compressor well sealed, it
targeting the air inlet zone. is essential to operate the air conditioning at least once
in every month.
Air vents To be effective, the air conditioning should only be used
The air vents to the face (except the central air vent) with the windows closed.
have grilles for orienting the flow of air (up-down, right- If you are towing a heavy trailer and outside tempera-
left). tures are high, the air conditioning may be temporarily
paused if the engine cooling requires this.
Air circulation
Water arising from condensation in the air conditioning
For your comfort we advise you to maintain a proper system is evacuated through a hole provided for this
III distribution of air within the cabin, both at the front and purpose ; a pool of water may thus form underneath the
at the rear. vehicle when stationary.
Air outlets are also located on the central console close You are advised to have the air conditioning system
to the gear lever, to enhance comfort for the rear pas- checked on a regular basis. See “Maintenance Guide”.
sengers.
The air conditioning operates by using power from the
Pollen filter – Odour filter engine. This results in a slight increase in fuel con-
sumption.
Your installation has a filter for keeping out dust.
This filter has to be changed according to the vehicle
maintenance schedule. See “Maintenance Guide”.
Demisting - deicing of the wind-
screen and front side windows
• Place the controls for temperature and
air flow on maximum.
• Close the central air vents.
• Operate the air conditioning.
Note: You should not be in air recirculation.

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MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

1. Air distribution MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

Air flow to the face level vents 2


(Air vents open)
1 4
Air flow to the front and rear footwells 5 3 6
(Air vents closed)

2 5 6
Air flow to the footwells and windscreen and side
windows
1 4
Air flow to the windscreen and side windows 3 III
Demisting - Defrosting

Distribution from the air blower can be altered at will by plac- VENTILATION - HEATING
ing the distributor 1 in an intermediate position.
2
2. Cabin air
Air recirculation 1 4
This position is useful for excluding undesirable 3 6
odours or fumes coming from outside. It should be
cancelled as soon as possible in order to permit
renewal of air in the cabin and to prevent misting.
2 6
3. Heater blower control
The air blower operates only when the engine is running. For
optimum comfort in the passenger compartment, the control 1 4
should not remain in position 0 (position 1 minimum). 3
4. Temperature control
5. Air conditioning
6. Demisting - deicing of the rear screen.
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MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

Air conditioning
The air conditioning only operates B
when the engine is running.
Press the control located on the 4
control panel. 5 3

Warning lamp on = in operation A 5


Air conditioning is obtained by the mixing of
hot air and cold air. Control 4 allows you to
adjust the air conditioning while control 5 is in
operation. 4
To obtain refrigerated air, you should check that 3
III the air blower control 3 is not on position “0”.

If after a prolonged stop in bright sunlight, the cabin temperature


is very high:
Air recirculation • Open the windows for a few moments to let in air, then close
This function isolates the passen- the windows again.
ger compartment from disagree- • Adjust the temperature on control 4 to the maximum cold posi-
able odours or smoke coming tion.
from outside and increases the efficiency and
rapidity of the air conditioning. • Open the air vents.
According to version, press on control A (warn- • Use the recycled cabin air position.
ing lamp comes on), or move control B. • Place the air blower control 3 to the position close to maxi-
mum.
The entry of air from outside is blocked.
• With comfort restored, action the air blower 3 and the tempera-
This function should be cancelled when no ture control 4 to adjust comfort.
longer needed in order to permit a renewal of
cabin air and to prevent misting.
Note: To obtain a rapid rise in cabin tempera-
ture, place control A or B in the air recircula-
tion position and control 4 on maximum in the
red zone.

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A U T O M AT I C A I R C O N D I T I O N I N G

Control panel The temperature inside the cabin cannot be


lower than the temperature outside if the air
conditioning is not operating.
2 The air conditioning maintains optimum com-
fort whatever the climatic conditions, through
permanent automatic operation (you have
pressed the “AUTO” button).
8 9 Note: The automatic mode only calls for
conditioned air in order to attain the desired
cabin temperature or to remove air humidity.
Therefore the air conditioning warning lamp
5 6 may come on only intermittently.

III
1 7 3 4
2. Display

1. Automatic air conditioning 5 7 6 3


2. Display
3. Temperature adjustment
4. Air conditioning
5. Air recirculation
6. Air distribution
7. Air flow
8. Demisting - deicing of the windscreen and front side windows
9. Demisting - deicing of the rear screen

1 4

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A U T O M AT I C A I R C O N D I T I O N I N G

2 2. Display

8 9

5 6

3. Temperature adjustment

III 1 7 3 4 To obtain the desired temperature, press the appropri-


ate key:
1. Automatic operation - To lower the temperature.
This is the normal operating mode for + To raise the temperature.
the system.
An adjustment around 22°C will give you a temperature
A press on this button, confirmed by that is comfortable.
“AUTO” on the display, assures auto-
matic control of: You may wish to vary this between 20°C and 24°C
• The air flow. according to your preference.
• The cabin temperature. HI (high): Demand for maximum heat.
• The air distribution. LO (low): Demand for maximum cold.
• Air recirculation. Note:
• Air conditioning. • When starting from cold, in order to prevent unwanted
cold air, the air flow will increase only gradually to its
To revert to manual mode, press again on the button. optimum level.
• On entering the vehicle after a prolonged stop, when
the interior temperature has again become too cold
(or too hot) for comfort, do not alter the tempera-
ture setting to try and restore the desired comfort
level. The system automatically uses all of its power
to compensate the temperature gap as quickly as
possible.

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A U T O M AT I C A I R C O N D I T I O N I N G

Manual recalling of one or more functions


One or more functions can be adjusted manually, while still retaining the other functions in automatic mode.
The function display “AUTO” then goes out.

4. Air conditioning 6. Air distribution


Press the control located on the control Press on the button to scroll through the
panel. displays of air flow to:

A symbol appears on the display (system active).


To prevent misting inside the vehicle in cold or humid Windscreen.
weather, you are advised to use the AUTO mode.
Press on the control on the dashboard to activate or III
deactivate the production of cold air.
Air conditioning is then obtained from the mixing of Central and lateral air vents. Windscreen
hot air with cold air, using the air blower temperature and passenger footwells.
adjustment 3.

Windscreen and passenger footwells.

5. Air recirculation
By pressing the control, the entry of air Passenger footwells.
from outside is closed off and the sym- (Air vents closed).
bol appears on the display.
This position is useful for excluding undesirable odours
or fumes coming from outside. It should be cancelled Central and lateral air vents and passen-
as soon as possible in order to permit renewal of air in ger footwells.
the cabin and to prevent misting.
For this, press the “AUTO” button or press again on the
air recycling button.
Central and lateral air vents.

Note: In AUTO position the air distribution displayed is


that chosen by the system.
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A U T O M AT I C A I R C O N D I T I O N I N G

7. Air flow 8. Demisting - Defrosting


Heater blower control. Press button: While it is operating, the warning lamp
lights and the symbol appears on the
display.
This control is for rapid deicing or demist-
ing of the windscreen and side windows. It automati-
cally triggers the air conditioning, optimising air flow
To increase it. and air distribution for the continued comfort of the
vehicle occupants.
To stop it, press again either on the button 8 or on the
button “AUTO”.
To decrease it.

III The level of air flow is indicated on the display by the


progressive filling of the fan blades (seven possible
adjustment positions).
9. Demisting - deicing of the rear
Note: If you place the air blower on position 0, the sys- screen
tem is deactivated (the display disappears).

Note: In AUTO position the air flow displayed is that


chosen by the system.

Press AUTO to return the system to its


automatic function.

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F R O N T S E AT S

2
III

3
4

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F R O N T S E AT S

Manual adjustments

Head restraint
1
To fit it, slide it in.
To lower it, press on the tab.
Adjustment is correct when the top of the head restraint is
level with the top of the head.
It is also tilt-adjustable.
To remove it, bring it to the high position. Lift the tab with the aid of a coin
and pull.

Backrest angle Heated seats


2 The front seats can be heated indi-
Use the control to adjust the backrest angle.
III It is possible to recline the backrest to an angle of 45° by tilting
vidually. Use the controls located
at the side of the seats, and select
it until it locks. Press the control to unlock. one of the three heating levels:
0: Off.
Seat height and rake adjustment 1: Slight heat.
3
Raise the control and place the seat in the desired position. 2: Medium heat.
3: Maximum heat.
The seat temperature adjusts auto-
matically.
Reach Note: The heated seats only oper-
4 ate when the engine is running.
Lift the control bar and adjust to the desired position.

Armrest
5
To place it in the vertical position: Lift it from its position of use
until it locks.
Note: To remove the armrest:
• Press the control located on its axis of rotation.
• Pull the armrest to remove.
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3 - S E AT E R R E A R B E N C H S E AT

Rear head restraints


The rear head restraints have two
positions:
• A stowed position for when the
seat is not occupied. Foldable backrest III
• A deployed position to provide It can be folded either totally or
passenger safety, by raising partially.
them to their locking point. Stow the head restraints.
To raise them, pull them upwards Make sure that all the seat belts
to their maximum height, pressing are fastened in their buckles.
the unlocking button.
Press on the control placed at the
extremity of the backrest and tilt
fully forward.
When you reposition the backrest,
make sure that it locks in place.

It is essential to secure the seat belt fastenings in their


respective buckles whenever you have repositioned the
backrest. This ensures that all the seat belts with their buckles
are available for use by your rear passengers.
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AIRBAGS

Front passenger's airbag deactivation


III In order to be able to use a rear-facing child seat in the front passenger's seat position, it is imperative to deactivate
the passenger's airbag.
For that:
• With the ignition switched off, insert the key into the switch A.
• Turn the key to the “OFF” position, the passenger's airbag is deactivated.
• The front passenger's airbag deactivation warning lamp, in the instrument panel, lights up when you switch on
the ignition.

Reactivating the front passenger's airbag


Do not forget to reactivate the function.
For that:
• With the ignition switched off, insert the key into the switch A.
• Turn the key to the “ON” position, the airbag is activated.
• The warning lamp in the instrument panel lights up for a few seconds when you switch on the ignition.

In the front passenger's seat position, it is imperative to deactivate the


front passenger's airbag if you are installing a “rear-facing” child seat
there. Otherwise the child risks being killed or seriously injured should
the airbag deploy.

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CHILD RESTRAINTS

Advice on installing your KIDDY Isofix child seat:


• In the “forward facing” position, the vehicle’s corresponding front
seat should be adjusted between the furthest forward and the
medium fore/aft position, with the backrest upright.
• If “rear-facing”, the shell of the child seat should be in contact with
the backrest of the vehicle front seat.

ISOFIX anchoring points and Child seats secured by means of the vehicle seat belt
the ISOFIX fastening system In conformity with Directive 2000/3, the table tells you to what extent each
The lateral rear seats of your vehi- of the seat positions in your vehicle may take a child seat that is secured by
cle are each equipped with regu- means of the vehicle seat belt and approved as “Universal” as a function of
lation ISOFIX anchoring points. the weight of the child.
These consist of 2 rings located
between the backrest and the vehi-
cle seat, approx. 28 cm apart. III
Seat position(s) Weight of child
ISOFIX child seats are equipped
with 2 latches which are eay to Up to 10 kg and up 9 - 18 kg 15 - 25 kg 22 - 36 kg
attach to these rings. This fixing to 13 kg (groups 0 (group 1) (group 2) (group 3)
system is intended for children and 0+)
weighing up to 18 kg.
Front passenger’s (a)
Incorrect installation of a child seat Fixed seat - Height-adjustable seat U U U U
in a vehicle compromises protec-
tion of the child in the event of a col-
lision. The ISOFIX system enables Lateral rear U U U U
you to minimise the risks posed by
incorrect fitting. The ISOFIX fas- Central rear U U U U
tening system gives you a conven-
ient, strong and reliable fitting for a KEY TO THE TABLE
child seat in your vehicle. U: Seat position suitable for the installation of a universal rear-facing child seat and a universal forward-facing child seat posi-
The ISOFIX child seat that is tion.
approved and supplied by the (a): In the front passenger's seat position, it is imperative to deactivate the front passenger's airbag if you are installing a “rear-
CITROËN network is the KIDDY facing” child seat there. Otherwise the child risks being killed or seriously injured should the airbag deploy. Before placing your
Isofix child seat (1). child in the front passenger’s seat position, consult the legislation currently in force in your country on the carrying of children in
this position.
It can be installed “rear-facing” (1): On ISOFIX anchorages, you may fix only the ISOFIX child seats that are approved for your vehicle.
from birth to 13 kg and “forward-
facing” from 9 to 18 kg.
Take care to comply with the fitting instructions given in the
child seat manufacturer’s installation guide.
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INTERIOR LIGHTING

1. Interior lamps
Move the control 1 to the 3 following positions.
2 1 2

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

In this position, it is deactivated and remains permanently off. The


spotlamps are deactivated.
III

In this position, lighting is permanent.

Automatic lighting of the interior lamps


• On entering the vehicle:
They come on as soon as the vehicle is unlocked or a door is opened.
They go out 30 seconds after the doors are closed or when ignition is switched on.
• On vacating the vehicle:
They come on as soon as the ignition key is removed (timed for 30 seconds), or when a door is opened.
They go out 30 seconds after all the doors have been closed or immediately after the vehicle has been locked.

2. Spotlamps
A press on one of the buttons 2 switches the corresponding spotlamp on or off.
These do not work if the ignition is off or in economy mode.

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INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Lower glovebox Front seat drawers Boot storage


To open, pull the handle and lower To open, lift then pull towards the Straps anchored to the boot aper-
the lid. front. ture are provided for the securing
It comprises a storage area for of a wide variety of objects (e.g.
vehicle documents. doctor’s bag, warning triangle, oil
container etc).
Further items can be stowed in the
storage area fitted into the right
hand side of the load area.

WARNING
WARNING: As a safety measure, the glovebox must remain shut
when the vehicle is in motion.

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INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Sun visor Child surveillance mirror Grab handles - coat hooks


To prevent dazzle from ahead, fold This mirror allows the driver or the
the visor downwards. They can be front passenger to observe the rear
disengaged from their central fix- seat positions.
ing and pivoted over to the side
windows if required.
The passenger’s and driver’s sun
visors each have a mirror that can
be covered.
Sun visor with illuminated
mirror
Illuminates automatically on open-
ing the mirror cover flap (ignition
on).

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INTERIOR COMFORT

III

Cigar-lighter Ashtray Aircraft- style tray


These only work when the ignition A movable ashtray can occupy the Located on the rear of the front
is switched on. cupholder locations on the central seat backrests.
Push in and wait a few moments. console. Note: Do not place any hard or
The cigar lighter will release auto- heavy item on the shelf. It could
matically. become a dangerous projectile in
the event of sudden braking or a
collision.

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MODUBOARD SHELF

The Moduboard shelf, located at the


rear of the benchseat backrests, ena-
bles the bootspace to be variously
configured.
A - Shelf stowed vertically against the 4
benchseat backrests.
1 4
Removing the parcel shelf
• Hold it with one hand. 1 2
• Unlock by pressing on the controls 1.
• Tilt the Moduboard shelf (still folded) 3
towards you.
• Release it from its mountings.
Handle the shelf without forcing the 2
III joints that link the various sections. 1
Note: It is possible to fold the central
retaining tab 2 between the seat back-
rests. Locking the Moduboard
shelf in the deployed posi-
Fitting the shelf in place tion (figures B-C-D-E)
• unfold the central retaining tab 2 (the presence of this tab is essential for • With the floor not fully unfolded,
supporting weight). engage the corner of the shelf
• present the shelf (folded) in a position tilted towards the mountings. under the locking finger 3.
• lock it in the stowed position. • Completely unfold the floor to
lock it.
Locking the shelf DO NOT ALLOW THE MODU-
• fold it. BOARD SHELF TO REST
• lock by engaging it in the controls 1. AGAINST THE LOCKING FIN-
GER 3.
Unlocking the shelf. On each
side:
• Grab the front part by the hand-
hold 4 provided.
• Fold the joint between the front
and rear sections, so as to dis-
engage the front of the retain-
ing cleat 3.
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MODUBOARD SHELF

The boot can be divided into com-


partments depending on require-
ments:
B- To protect fragile objects,.
C- To accommodate a long and
bulky load,.
D- To take a long and bulky load
as well as fragile objects,.
3 E- To take a long object and still
retain 2 rear seats and two-
thirds of the boot,.
F- To separate a fragile object
from a long object.

III

For long and bulky loads with the


Moduboard shelf fully deployed.
With a few simple actions in the
rear of the vehicle it is possible to
create a flat load area stretching
from the boot aperture to the front
seat backrests, rear benchseat
backrests folded.

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SUN ROOF

Electric sun roof


The sun roof can be slid back over
the rear panel so that all the space
vertically above the front occupants
is open to the elements.
A deflector moves into position
automatically when the sun roof is
opened.
Turn the control to the left to slide
the sun roof (9 opening positions).

III

It is controlled electrically and sequentially, by a rotary switch with nine open-


ing positions located on the roof lining between the two front sun visors.
An anti- pinch device stops the sun roof from sliding shut if it meets an
obstacle, in which case it reopens.
Interior blinds
These can be positioned manually whether the sun roof is open or closed.
When the sun roof is opened, the front blind deploys automatically.
It is not possible to close the front blind with the roof open.

Warning
The fitting of an “Accessory” sun roof is prohibited if your vehicle
has curtain airbags.
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SUN ROOF

If the sun roof opens randomly when it should be closing, set the control to closing and keep it pressed until the sun
roof is closed fully.
Warning: During this manœuvre, the anti-pinch does not operate.
In the event of a malfunction, consult a CITROËN dealer
Note: At very high speeds: a long press on the control is necessary to close the sun roof.

III

PAY ESPECIAL ATTENTION TO WHERE CHILDREN ARE WHEN OPERATING THE SUN ROOF
Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle, even if for a short time. When the driver
actions the sun roof control, he should first make sure that passengers are not obstructing the closing
of the sun roof.
In the event of anything being caught by the sun roof closing, you must reverse the roof movement. To
do that, reverse the position of the control concerned.
The driver should ensure that passengers use the sun roof correctly.

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R E A R PA R C E L S H E L F

III

Removal Storage areas Refitting


To remove it, detach the cords. Tilt the shelf to stow it against the Present the shelf to its fixing points
Push up vertically, then lift on each rear seats. and push vertically until it is fully
side. engaged.
To attach the shelf and tailgate,
take the cords and fix them at B

Do not place any hard or heavy item on the rear shelf.


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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BONNET RELEASE

Bonnet Operate the lever A, located above Bonnet stay: Unclip and swivel
This operation should only be the grille, to the right of the chev- the strut, to insert it in notch 1, then
performed while the vehicle is rons, then lift. in notch 2.
stationary. Note: The panel may be hot after Warning: Do not pull the strut
the vehicle has been in use. towards the front.
To release the bonnet, pull the con-
trol located under the dashboard
towards you. To close
Lower the bonnet carefully, then let IV
it drop shut.

Check that the bonnet is properly secured.


Avoid opening the bonnet in high winds.

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LEVELS
REFER TO THE CHAPTER: USER PRECAUTIONS

Air filter Engine oil Brake fluid


A Follow the requirements Check the engine oil level The level of fluid should be
set out in the Maintenance on horizontal ground with between the marks MIN.
Guide. the engine having been and MAX. on the reservoir.
switched off for at least 10 min- Quality: See “Maintenance Guide”.
Windscreen/rearscreen utes.
If the warning lamp comes on
wash and headlamp Quality: See “Maintenance Guide”. while you are driving, stop imme-
wash fluid diately and contact a CITROËN
Use CITROËN-approved dealer.
products wherever possible.
Capacity: See “Capacities”. Pull out the manual dipstick.
The level should be
between the marks MIN.
and MAX. on the gauge.
It must never exceed the
Engine coolant maximum. Cabin particle filter/
The fluid level should be B Odour filter
between the marks MIN. and See “Maintenance Guide”.
MAX. on the header tank.
Engine hot, wait at least 15 minutes.
Quality: See “Maintenance Guide”.
Never do anything relating to
the cooling system of an engine
that is hot.
MAX.
MIN.

12V battery
If opening the bonnet when the engine is hot, even if it is
See “Starting with a slave stopped and the ignition is switched off, remember that the
battery”. cooling fan may operate at any moment.
Consult “User Precautions” at the end of this handbook.

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LEVELS

Topping up engine oil


Before filling, pull out the dipstick.
Check the dipstick after filling.
It must never exceed the maximum.
Screw the cap back on and close the bonnet.
Quality: See “Maintenance Guide”.

Engine oil
Check the engine oil level on hori-
zontal ground with the engine hav-
ing been switched off for at least
IV 10 minutes.
Pull out the manual dipstick.
The level should be between the
marks MIN. and MAX. on the
gauge.

If opening the bonnet when the engine is hot, even if it is


stopped and the ignition is switched off, remember that the
cooling fan may operate at any moment.

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LEVELS

Topping up the coolant


The fluid level should be between the marks MIN. and MAX.
on the header tank.
Top up the level. If you have to put in more than 1 litre, have
the cooling system checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Make sure that the cap is back on properly.
Note: If you need to top up the fluid frequently, this indi-
cates a malfunction which you should get checked at the
earliest opportunity.
Quality: See “Maintenance Guide”.
Remark: The cooling fan may operate for around 10 minutes after the
engine has stopped.

Radiator – coolant fluid


Checking the level and topping up
with fluid must always be done with
the engine cold.
IV
Engine hot
Release the protection cover.
Wait 15 minutes or for the temper-
ature to be lower than 100°C and
then carefully unscrew the cap so
as to allow the pressure to drop,
protecting yourself with, say, a
cloth.

If opening the bonnet when the engine is hot, even if it is


stopped and the ignition is switched off, remember that the
cooling fan may operate at any moment.

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1.1i ENGINE
1.4i ENGINE

IV

105
1.4i 16V ENGINE

IV

106
1.6i 16V ENGINE

IV

107
HDi 70 ENGINE

HDi engines are the result of advanced technology.


Any intervention requires special qualifications
which only a CITROËN dealer can guarantee.

108
1.6 HDi ENGINE

HDi engines are the result of advanced technology.


Any intervention requires special qualifications
which only a CITROËN dealer can guarantee.

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DIESEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT

Draining water from the fuel


filter
Purge regularly (at each oil
change).
To drain the water, slacken the
bleed screw or the water-in-diesel-
fuel sensor located at the base of
the filter.
Operate until the water has com-
pletely drained away.
Then retighten the bleed screw or
the water in diesel fuel sensor.

HDi 70 engine 1.6 HDi engine

IV

HDi engines are the result of advanced technology.


Any intervention requires special qualifications which only a
CITROËN dealer can guarantee.

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DIESEL INJECTION EQUIPMENT

Priming the fuel system


In the event of running out of fuel:
• After filling (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 first
attempt, wait 15 seconds before
trying again.
If the engine fails to start after sev-
eral attempts, repeat the procedure
from the beginning.
HDi 70 engine 1.6 HDi engine When the engine is idling, acceler-
ate slightly to complete the bleed-
Detach the protection cover to ing of the circuit.
access the priming pump.
IV

HDi engines are the result of advanced technology.


Any intervention requires special qualifications which only a
CITROËN dealer can guarantee.

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C A PA C I T I E S

Screen wash fluid (in litres) 3.5

Screen and headlamp wash fluid (in litres) 6

Engine type Engine oil capacities (in litres) (1)

1.1i engine 3.2

IV 1.4i engine 3.2

1.4 16V engine 3.2

1.6i 16V engine 3.2

HDi 70 engine 3.8

1.6 HDi 92 engine 3.85

1.6 HDi 110 engine 3.85

(1)
After draining with change of oil filter.
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1 2 V B AT T E R Y

Starting the engine after disconnecting and reconnecting the


battery
• Turn the ignition key.
• Wait approximately 1 minute before operating the starter in order to allow
the electronic systems to re-initialise. It may be necessary to enter the
radio code.

After the battery has been disconnected for a lengthy period of time, it may be necessary to re-initialise the following
functions:
• Anti-pinch and sequential operation on the electric windows.
• The multifunction display parameters (date, time, language, units of distance and of temperature).
• The Radio stations.
IV
• The NaviDrive (See NaviDrive instructions).
• Electronic Gearbox System: See Electronic Gearbox System (REINITIALISATION).

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1 2 V B AT T E R Y

Starting the engine with an assisting battery


If the battery is discharged, it is possible to use either a separate
emergency battery or a battery on another vehicle. A
A. Dischargedbattery (Under the bonnet).
B. Assisting battery.
C. Earth point on broken down vehicle.
Check that the assisting battery has sufficient voltage (12 V).
If you use the battery on another vehicle, stop the engine on the
latter. The two vehicles must not come into direct contact with
each other. C B
Connect the cables according to the order indicated in the dia-
gram. Check that the leads are well secured (risk of sparks).
Start the engine of the assisting vehicle. Let the engine run for
around 1 minute at a slightly accelerated idle. 4
Operate the starter on the vehicle being assisted.
It is essential to follow the indicated sequence correctly.

IV

Advice
Do not touch the leads during
the operation. Never approach with a flame or create sparks in the vicinity
Do not lean over the batteries. of the battery (explosive gas).
Disconnect the cables in reverse The battery contains dilute sulphuric acid which is highly
order, making sure they do not corrosive.
touch together. When handling batteries, always protect your face and
especially your eyes.
In the event of any contact with the skin, rinse immediately
with copious amounts of fresh water.

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FUSES

Fuseboxes
There are two fuse boxes, one below the dashboard and one under the
bonnet.
Dashboard fuses
The fuse box is located in the lower glovebox compartment.
To access the fuses, open the glove box, pull the handle on the fuse box
cover.
Replacing a fuse
Before replacing a fuse, you should ascertain the cause of the fault and
have it remedied. The numbers of the fuses are indicated on the fusebox.

Good Bad

IV

Replace the fuse that has blown with one of the same rating (same Pliers A
colour).
Use the special pliers A stowed on the cover close to the fuseboxes, this
includes a compartment for replacement fuses.

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TA B L E O F F U S E S
DASHBOARD FUSES

Ref. Rating Function

3 5A Airbags

4 10 A Diagnostic socket – Particle filter additive – Clutch switch – Steering angle sensor

5 30 A Rear window – Sun roof

6 30 A Screen wash

8 20 A Digital clock – Controls at the steering wheel – Radio – Display

9 30 A Cigar-lighter – Digital clock – Interior lamps – Vanity mirror

10 15 A Alarm

IV 11 15 A Ignition switch – Diagnostic socket

12 15 A Airbag ECU – Rain and brightness sensor

14 15 A Parking assistance – Instrument panel – Air conditioning – Bluetooth® telephone

15 30 A Central locking – Deadlocking

17 40 A Heated rear screen

18 SHUNT CUSTOMER PARK SHUNT

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FUSES

Fuses under the bonnet

Fusebox
To access the fusebox located in IV
the engine compartment, remove
the battery cover and detach the
lid.
After a repair, take care to
reclose the cover.

Any action on the MAXI fuses (that give extra protection) (in
grey in the dia
diagrams), llocated in the fuseboxes, should be left
to a CITROËN dealer.

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TA B L E O F F U S E S
FUSES UNDER THE BONNET

Ref. Rating Function

1 20 A Water-in-diesel-fuel sensor

2 15 A Horn

3 10 A Screen wash

4 20 A Headlamp wash

5 15 A Fuel pump

6 10 A Power steering

7 10 A Coolant level sensor


IV
8 25 A Starter

9 10 A ECUs (ABS, ESP)

10 30 A Engine control actuators (Ignition coil, Electrovalve, Oxygen sensor, Injection) – Canister purge

11 40 A Air blower

12 30 A Windscreen wiper

14 30 A Air pump (petrol version) – Diesel fuel heater

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REFUELLING

When you are seeking to fill your tank, do not persist after the third
cut-off ; that could cause your vehicle to malfunction.

Fuel tank capacity (in litres): Approx. 47.

FUEL QUALITY
A label inside the filler flap tells you which type of fuel to use.

To open the flap, pull at the edge.


Locking filler cap
Turn the key a quarter turn to lock
and unlock the filler cap.
When refuelling, place the cap in
the support provided on the inside UNLEADED PETROL DIESEL FUEL
of the filler flap.
For a petrol engine with a cata-
lytic converter, unleaded fuel is The petrol engines are designed to run on RON 95.
compulsory. However, for better performance (petrol engine), we recommend RON 98.
The filler neck is narrower to
ensure that only unleaded petrol
can be put in. V

If you should put in fuel that is not suitable for your vehicle's
engine type, it is imperative to have the tank drained before
you start the engine again.

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CHANGING BULBS

1
2
1

2
4
3

HEADLAMP UNIT Dipped beam Main beam


1: Dipped beam Tilt the metallic spring holding the Tilt the metallic spring holding the
2: Main beam flap giving access to the lamp flap giving access to the lamp
3: Sidelamp bulbs. bulbs.
4: Direction indicator Open the access flap. Open the access flap.
Note: A light misting may appear Disconnect the connector. Disconnect the connector.
on the headlamp surface in certain
conditions of use. Disengage the retaining spring. Press and disengage the bars 1
Take out the bulb. and 2.
Bulb: H7 Take out the bulb.
Bulb: H1

V Front foglamps
Bulb: H1

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CHANGING BULBS

Front direction indicator Sidelamp Side repeater direction indi-


Tilt the metallic spring holding the Tilt the metallic spring holding the cator
flap giving access to the lamp flap giving access to the lamp To change the direction indicator
bulbs. bulbs. side repeater, push it forwards or
Open the access flap. Open the access flap. rearwards to detach it, then pull it
towards you.
Rotate the bulb- holder a quarter Rotate the bulb- holder a quarter
turn and pull. turn and pull. Hold the cable and disconnect it.
Take out the bulb. Bulb: W5 Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Bulb: PY 21 W (yellow)

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CHANGING BULBS

Interior lamp Boot lamp


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

Spotlamps
Unclip the transparent cover of the
interior lamp to reach the bulb.
Bulb: W 5 W

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CHANGING BULBS

2
3

Rear lamp unit Removal


Identify the failed bulb. Unclip the nut cover on the exterior
fixing.
Bulbs: Undo the 2 nuts (1 outer and 1
1: Stop-lamps and sidelamps: inner).
P 21 W / 5 W
In the side storage compartment,
2: Direction indicator: PY 21 W unclip the lamp holder and discon-
3: Reversing lamp: P 21 W nect the connector to access the
4: Foglamp: P 21 W bulb.

Refit the assembly after replacing


the bulb.

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CHANGING BULBS

Third stoplamp Number plate


To access the bulb, open the tail- Unclip the lens then pull the bulb-
gate and press on the two metallic holder.
springs through the two holes that Bulb: W 5 W
are provided for this purpose in the
tailgate inner panel.
When refitting, ensure that the bulb
is firmly secured in place.
Bulb: W 16 W

After each operation, check that the lamps work.

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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 fitted by a CITROËN Dealer, who will be acquainted with your vehicle’s tow-
ing capability and with the procedures necessary for installing a safety item of this kind.

Dimensions (in metres)


A: 0.75

A
Roof bars
For your safety and to avoid damage to the roof, you should use roof bars that are tested and approved by AUTO-
MOBILES CITROËN for the design of your particular vehicle.
Recommendations:
• Spread the load evenly, avoiding overloading on one side.
• Position the heaviest weight as low down as possible.
• Tie the load down securely and add warning signs if it is protruding.
• Drive conservatively, as the vehicle will be more vulnerable to side winds.
The stability of your vehicle may be altered. V
• Remove the roof rack or roof bars when you are not using them.

Do not exceed the maximum permitted load.


For the maximum distributed load on the roof bars: see the
chapter “General”.
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ROOF BARS

1
2 1
2
4

1 3

a b
A B C 3

To install the transversal roof bars, use the accessories that are to be found Recommendations:
in the stowage drawer underneath the front seat, then: • Maximum permissible weight:
1. Undo the 4 screws to be able to remove the transversal bars 1 from the 60 kg well distributed on the
fixed bars 2 (diagram A). two transverse bars.
2. Move the mobile slot 3 towards the centre of the fixed bar between the • Spread the load uniformly and
two markings a and b. It is essential to place a spacer 4 on each mobile firmly lash it down, adding a vis-
slot 3. ible warning on any part that is
3. Use the longer bar at the front of the vehicle, then the other one at the overhanging.
rear, ensuring that the ends of the bars engage correctly on the spacers • Position the heaviest weight as
on the mobile slots. The chevrons should be visible from above, point- low down as possible.
ing to the front of the vehicle (diagram B). • After driving a few miles, check
4. Screw in the bolts. See that the spacers 4 are securely positioned, then that the fixing screws are still
insert the long screws through the bars and the spacers, tightening tight.
V them into the mobile slots (diagram C).

When using the bars the chocks 4 are essential.

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CHANGING A WHEEL

Access to the spare wheel


To access the spare wheel
Lift the boot carpet.
Remove the jack- holder to access the wheel.
Tools
The tools are located in a protective holder in the spare wheel. Pull back the retaining
strap to have access.
To reposition the spare wheel
Return the wheel to the boot, place the toolbox inside the wheel, then secure using the
strap.

Advice
The wheel bolts are specific to the type of wheel.
If the type of wheel is changed, check with your CITROËN dealer that the wheel bolts are compatible with the new
wheels.

The jack and all the tools are designed specifically for use on
your particular vehicle.
Do not use them for any other applications.
With a spare wheel, drive cautiously.

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CHANGING A WHEEL

Removal
1. Park the vehicle on stable, firm ground that is not slippery. Apply the
parking brake.
Switch off the ignition and engage first gear or reverse gear, depending
on any slope.
2. Position the jack at one of the four jacking-points provided on the sub-
frame close to the wheels. Using the handle, unwind the jack until it
reaches the ground.
3. To unclip the wheel embellisher, pull using the end of the wheelbrace as
a lever in one of the apertures.
For vehicles with aluminium wheel rims:
- With a central embellisher, remove the embellisher, using the tool, to
access the bolts.
- With wheel bolts visible, simply undo them.
4. Continue to extend the jack until the wheel is a few centimetres off the
ground.
5. Undo the other bolts, remove the wheel.

Tools
6
1. Jack 1
2. Wheelbrace
3. Central embellisher removing tool for accessing the wheel bolts (For 5
vehicles with aluminium wheel rims).
4. Socket for anti- theft bolts (For vehicles with aluminium wheel rims).
5. Tool for removing wheel bolt protectors (For vehicles with aluminium
wheel rims).
V 6. Movable towing eye.
4

2 3

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CHANGING A WHEEL

Refitting Dimension of the spare


1. Engage the wheel on the hub. wheel
2. Screw in the bolts but do not If your spare wheel has dimen-
fully tighten them. sions different from those of the
3. Lower the jack and remove it. normal vehicle wheels (identified
4. Tighten the wheel bolts, using by a label), it is imperative to use
the wheelbrace. the spare wheel only temporarily,
5. Refit the embellisher, taking to drive with caution, not to exceed
care to accommodate the tyre 80 km/h (50 mph) and to have the
valve. Then pressing all round tyre repaired and the normal wheel
its circumference. For vehicles refitted as soon as possible.
equipped with aluminium rims, Light alloy wheels
refit the wheel bolt protectors. Tyre pressures If your vehicle has light alloy wheel
6. Have the original wheel This is indicated on the label on the rims but a steel spare wheel, if you
repaired and refitted as soon front door pillar. See “Vehicle iden- fit the latter it is normal to notice
as possible. tification” and “User Precautions”. that the wheel bolts do not appear
7. Make sure that the tyre is to contact on the rim.
at the correct pressure (see The spare wheel is secured by the
“Vehicle Identification” and conical tapering of the wheel bolt’s
“User Precautions”) and have shaft (See illustration).
the wheel balancing checked. when refitting the light alloy wheel,
make sure that the tapering contact
faces of the wheel bolts are clean
and in good condition.

Never get underneath the vehicle if it is supported only by


the jack.
When changing a wheel, it is essential to park the vehicle
safely on level and stable ground.

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TOWING – LIFTING

Movable towing eye


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

Towing with wheels on the ground


Towing eye fixings are located at the front and at the rear of the vehicle.
To access them:
Advice • Carefully lift the access cover.
• Release it by pressing on the lower part.
Towing at low speed over a very
short distance is authorised in A lug keeps the cover attached to the bumper, so that it does not become
exceptional cases depending on lost.
the regulations in force. The ignition key must be in position M to retain steering.
Otherwise, it is necessary to Use a bar with attachments to the towing eyes as above.
have your vehicle transported
on a recovery truck.
V
REQUIREMENT — TOWING
WITH AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
Place the selector on position N
(neutral).

When the engine is not running, the steering and the braking
are no longer assisted.
If you are towing another vehicle, the latter must be free-
wheeling (gearbox in neutral).
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FUEL CONSUMPTION
(IN LITRES/100 KM (MILES PER GALLON))

1.6 HDi
1.6 HDi
Engine type 1.1i 1.4i 1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V HDi 70 110
92 FAP

BVMP
Saloon - Entreprise BVM BVM BVM BVMP BVM BVMP BVA BVM BVMP BVM BVM
Stop & Start

Urban 7.6 8.2 8.1 7.6 6.9 8.6 8.0 10.1 5.3 4.9 5.7 5.7
(37.2) (34.4) (34.9) (37.2) (40.9) (32.8) (35.3) (28.0) (53.3) (57.6) (49.6) (49.6)
CO2 emissions (g/km) 180 195 193 183 165 205 191 240 141 130 151 151
Extra urban 5.0 4.9 5.0 5.0 4.9 5.2 5.1 5.5 3.8 3.9 3.7 3.8
(56.5) (57.6) (56.5) (56.5) (57.6) (54.3) (55.4) (51.4) (74.3 (72.4) (76.3) (74.3)
CO2 emissions (g/km) 120 117 122 122 119 124 123 131 99 102 98 101
Combined 6.0 6.1 6.2 6.0 5.7 6.5 6.2 7.2 4.4 4.3 4.4 4.5
(47.1) (46.3) (45.6) (47.1) (49.6) (43.5) (45.6) (39.2) (64.2) (65.7) (64.2) (62.8)
CO2 emissions (g/km) 140 145 148 143 135 155 148 172 115 113 118 120

These consumption figures are established according to Directive 80/1268/CEE. Fuel consumption can vary depend-
ing on style of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, vehicle load, how the vehicle has been maintained and
on use of accessories.

BVM: Manual gearbox.


BVMP: Electronic Gearbox System.
BVA: Automatic gearbox.
FAP: Diesel particulate filter system.

The fuel consumption figures quoted are correct at time of going


to press. VI

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GENERAL

Saloon

1.1i 1.4i 1.4i 16V 1.4i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V 1.6i 16V
Engine type BVM BVM BVM BVMP BVM BVA BVMP

Fuel tank capacity Approximately 47 litres

Fuels to be used Unleaded petrol RON 95 - RON 98

Turning circle between walls (in metres) 10.45 10.45 10.45 11.55 11.55 11.55 11.55

French fiscal rating 4 5 5 5 6 7 6

Calculated maximum speed in km/h (mph) 157 168 177 180 192 185 192
(In the highest gear) (98) (104) (110) (112) (119) (115) (119)

Weights (kg)
Unladen weight (MAV) 1 010 1 014 1 051 1 044 1 084 1 133 1 088

Gross vehicle weight (MTAC) 1 483 1 510 1 527 1 535 1 561 1 597 1 568

Maximum weight on rear axle (CMAE AR) 820 820 820 820 820 820 820

Gross train weight (MTRA) 2 133 2 410 2 427 2 435 2 461 2 497 2 468

Gross trailer weight (with brakes) (Within the Gross Train Weight limit) 920 1 160 1 160 1 160 1 170 1 160 1 160

Gross trailer weight (without brakes) 540 540 560 560 570 600 580

Trailer nose weight 37 47 47 47 47 47 47


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Maximum roof rack load 60

Dimensions of chainable tyres 175/65 R14 - 185/60 R15 - 195/50 R16


134
GENERAL

Saloon Entreprise
HDi 70 HDi 70 1.6 HDi 92 1.6 HDi 110 1.1i HDi 70 1.6 HDi 92
BVM BVMP BVM BVM FAP BVM BVM BVM

Approximately 47 litres

Unleaded petrol
Diesel fuel Diesel fuel
RON 95 - RON 98

10.45 10.45 11.55 11.55 10.45 10.45 11.30

4 4 5 6 6 6 6
MAV: Unladen weight.
165 165 180 190 157 165 180 MTAC: Gross vehicle weight.
(103) (103) (112) (118) (98) (103) (112)
CMAE AR: Maximum weight on
rear axle.
MTRA: Gross train weight.
1 022 1 022 1 088 1 127 1 012 1 049 1 093 Weights: Refer to the manufactur-
er's plate.
1 539 1 543 1 579 1 601 1 487 1 530 1 573 BVM: Manual gearbox.
BVMP: Electronic Gearbox System.
820 820 820 820 820 820 820
BVA: Automatic gearbox.
2 439 2 443 2 479 2 501 2 137 2 430 2 473 FAP: Diesel particulate filter system.
Observe your vehicle's towing
1 160 1 160 1 160 1 160 650 900 900 limits.
It is essential to comply with the
560 570 580 600 520 560 580 max. Gross Trailer Weights and
speed limits as specified by legis-
47 47 47 47 26 36 36 lation in each country.
For further information about the VI
60 towing capacity of your vehicle
and its max. authorised Gross
175/65 R14 - 185/60 R15 - 195/50 R16 Train Weight, contact a CITROËN
dealer. 135
DIMENSIONS
(IN METRES)

A 2.460

B 3.860

C 0.760

D 0.640
B

E 1.435/1.440

F 1.436/1.439

G 1.667

H 1.510/1.612
H
I 1.912

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I G

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DIMENSIONS
(IN METRES)

A 1.070

B 0.585 E

C 0.600 G

D 1.040 H
F
E 0.700 B
C
F 1.160

G 0.660
A

H 0.624 D

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

A. Chassis number plate


A On the left hand door centre pil-
lar
A’ Or,
A’. In the boot close to the catch.
1. EU type approval number.
2. Vehicle identification No. (VIN).
3. Gross vehicle weight.
B
4. Gross train weight.
5. Maximum weight on front axle.
6. Maximum weight on rear axle.
B. Body serial number
C. Paint colour code
Tyre reference
A Tyre pressures
A’ C

4
5
6

All CITROËN original replacement parts are available exclusively within the
dealer network.
For your safety and in order to remain within the terms of the guarantee, you
are advised to use only CITROËN replacement parts.
Fitting parts or units not supplied by CITROËN may even result in violation
of the law, if it involves non-compliance with regulations concerning safety,
pollution control, interference suppression and the noise level of the vehi-
cle. Fitting such parts or units could also deprive the user of any recourse
against the maker.
VI This applies in particular to: parts of the braking equipment, lighting and sig-
nalling equipment, engine equipment, the exhaust system, steering system,
structural and suspension parts. A’
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R D S A U D I O C O M PA C T D I S C SY S T E M
WITH CD CHANGER
A B C D E F G H I J K

R Q P O N M L

1 5
S

6
3
2 BUT TO N CO NTRO LS

On / Off.
A Button for validation and activation/deactivation of certain
Volume adjust.
functions.
L OK
B CD eject. If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Answer call, end
call.
C CD aperture.

D SOURCE Selection of sound source (Radio, CD, CD changer). Radio source : Manual search of lower frequencies.
M CD changer source : Selection of next CD.
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).
Call-up of audio adjustments : Radio source : Automatic search of lower frequencies.
F Sound ambiences, bass, treble, loudness, fade, balance, CD and CD changer source :
speed-sensitive volume. Long press : Rapid reverse with accelerated sound.
N Other sources : In the menus, choice of your adjust-
Radio source : ments.
• Short press : Display of the list of radio stations available If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Selection of
G LIST (30 maximum). characters.
• Long press : Update of list of stations.
CD source : Display of list of tracks of the CD.
Display of the Main Menu.
Short press : Cancel the current operation or delete a O MENU In certain countries, this control is deactivated while the
H ESC superimposed display. vehicle is moving.
Long press : Return to the permanent display.

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


I TA/PTY
Long press : PTY function (eélection of programme type). Short press : Recall of pre-set stations.
P
Long press : Memorisation.
1-5 CD changer source : Selecting a CD.
Radio source : Manual search of higher frequencies.
J CD changer source : Selection of previous CD.
Other sources : Scrolling in the Main Menu. Short successive presses :
• One press : Display of radio, time and temperature
Radio source : Automatic search of higher frequencies. Q DARK only.
CD and CD changer source : • Two presses : Display off (blank display).
Short press : Forward search for tracks. • Three presses : Return to the standard display.
K Long press : Fast forward with accelerated sound.
Other sources : In the menus, choice of your adjust- R MODE Selection of the type of information displayed.
ments.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Selection of
characters. S CD changer.
R D S A U D I O C O M PA C T D I S C SY S T E M
WITH CD CHANGER
A B C D E F G H I J K

R Q P O N M L

1 5
S

6
3
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 3

The controls at the steering wheel give you access to certain functions, without you needing to use the radio-CD control panel.

Radio source :
• Scrolling of pre-set stations. If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system :
1 Within a menu, selection of a choice. 7 Short press on the end : Activation/deactivation of the
Voice Commands function if your vehicle has the Bluetooth
CD changer source : system.
• Selection of CD.

Radio source :
• Search of higher frequencies.
CD and CD changer source : DISPLAY A
2 • Forward search for tracks.
• Fast forward with accelerated sound.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Selection of
characters.

Radio source :
• Search of lower frequencies.
CD and CD changer source :
DISPLAY C
3 • Reverse search for tracks.
• Rapid reverse with accelerated sound.
If your vehicle has the Bluetooth system : Selection of
characters.

4 Volume increase. TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


Your Bluetooth compatible radio possesses :
To change from one source to another : Radio, CD, • 3 wavebands (MW/LW/FM).
5 SRC CD changer.
• Dual tuner with RDS EON PTY, display of the PS name, RDS
Within a menu, validation of your choice. programme search, TA traffic information, 24 pre-selections
(18 FM - 6 MW/LW), automatic memorisation of the AST strong-
6 Volume decrease. est stations.
• A CD player.
• Audio power of 4x35 W.
Simultaneous press on both buttons : Mute (temporary
4+6 sound pause.
4 GENER A L FUNCTIONS - AUDIO
ADJUSTMENTS
ON / OFF SELECTION OF SOURCE TEMPORARY SOUND PAUSE
With the key in Drive position M, press on To select either Radio, CD (CD already Press simultaneously on buttons 4 and 6
control A to switch the radio on or off. inserted and Radio source activated), or CD at the steering wheel to activate this func-
Note : changer source, press on control D. tion.
• If the radio was on the last time you When you insert a CD it automatically starts The sound will be paused, regardless of the
switched off the ignition, it will resume being read. source selected.
automatically when you switch on the Note : To restore the audio output, press one of the
ignition again. You will not have to press When the radio is switched off, the source controls at the steering wheel.
on control A. selected is memorised.
• After switching off the ignition, you can still SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
operate the audio system even without the VOLUME ADJUSTMENT Each press on button F brings up the param-
ignition key being present. Simply press Rotate control A to increase or decrease eter to be adjusted : choice of predefined
on button A. The system will turn itself off the sound volume. sound ambiances, bass, treble, loudness,
after approx. 30 minutes. fade (front/rear sound distribution), balance
You can also increase or decrease the
volume using buttons 4 and 6 at the steer- (left/right sound distribution) and volume
ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM ing wheel. adjusted to vehicle speed.
This radio is coded in such a way as to Press buttons K or N to modify the values
function only on your particular vehicle. It Note : for the function displayed.
would be unusable if installed on any other • The sound volume when you switch off the
radio will be the same when you switch Note :
vehicle. • The selection of a sound ambiance auto-
it on again.
Note : • The radio sound volume automatically matically adjusts bass and treble. These
The anti-theft system is automatic and adjusts to the vehicle speed, provided can be modified.
requires no action on your part. the “volume adjustment” function is To restore the original adjustments for
activated. the musical ambiances, reset bass and
treble to zero.
• Adjustment of loudness, as well as bass
and treble when they are available, are
specific to each sound source and to each
musical ambiance.
• If you leave the audio system un-actioned
for a few seconds, it will revert to the
normal display.
R ADIO SOURCE 5

NOTES ON RADIO RECEPTION MANUAL SEARCH AUTOMATIC SEARCH


Your radio will be subject to certain phenom- Manual seearch is via buttons J or M. A short press on one of the buttons K or N
ena that are not encountered by domestic By keeping button J or M pressed, you will will tune into higher or lower radio stations
systems. be able to scroll through the waveband. respectively, within the chosen waveband.
The reception of AM and FM signals may Scrolling will stop as soon as you release By keeping button K or N pressed, you will
suffer from interference, which is caused the button. The radio will remain tuned to be able to scroll through the waveband. The
by the nature and propagation of the signals the frequency that is displayed. scrolling will stop at the first station it finds
and does not reflect on the quality of your once the button is released.
radio installation. TUNING SENSITIVITY You can also do this by means of the controls
In AM, the reception may be affected when Automatic searches can be carried out 2 and 3 at the steering wheel.
passing under power lines or bridges, or according to two levels of sensitivity : If the automatic search is unable to tune
when travelling through tunnels. • To capture the most powerful transmit- into a known frequency (perhaps owing to
In FM mode, the reception may be affected ters, choose the local search mode “LO” very weak reception), it is possible to search
by the distance from the station transmit- (default option). manually to find this station.
ter, the reflecting of signals off obstacles • To capture the weakest or most distant
(mountains, hills, tower blocks) and radio transmitters, choose the sensitive search DISPLAY AND SELECTION OF A STATION
blackspots (no coverage from the station mode “DX”.
transmitter). AVAILABLE IN THE AREA IN WHICH YOU
Search for a station is done fi rst in “LO” ARE TRAVELLING
(local) sensitivity, then in “DX” (distant) Briefly press on button G to bring up a list of
SELECTION OF RADIO SOURCE sensitivity. stations, this is updated every 10 minutes.
Press button D to select the source. To commence a search in sensitivity “DX” You can also update this list at any time by
You can also do this by means of control 5 (distant) immediately , press twice in succes- giving a long press on button G.
at the steering wheel. sion on one of the buttons K or N. To listen to one of these stations, select by
pressing buttons J or M and validate using
S ELECTION OF FREQUENCIES AND button L.
MEMORY BANKS
Press button E successively to go through
the memory banks FM1, FM2 and FM3,
for the FM waveband, and the memory
banks MW/LW, for the AM waveband.
6 R ADIO SOURCE

MANUAL PRE-SETTING AUTOMATIC MEMORISATION OF TRANS- RECALL OF PRE-SET STATIONS


Select the waveband and memory bank MITTERS (AUTOSTORE FUNCTION) Press button E briefly to select the required
required using button E. In FM, if you hold down button E for more waveband and memory bank.
Select a station using either automatic or than two seconds, your radio will automati- A short press on one the pre-selection
manual search. cally memorise the 6 strongest stations on buttons 1 to 6 on the keypad P recalls the
Keep pressing for more than two seconds the FM3 memory bank. corresponding memorised station. You
on one of the pre-selection buttons 1 to 6 The display shows “FM AST”. can also do this using the control 1 at the
on the keypad P. The radio memorises the 6 strongest trans- steering wheel.
The sound momentarily cuts off, then returns mitters, deleting the 6 previously memo- If it is a RDS station, the frequency appears
to its previous level to confirm that it has rised. some seconds before the name appears.
memorised the station. After the memorisation, the radio goes directly For RDS stations, recall of a station may
to memory 1 of memory bank FM3. prompt a search for a frequency correspond-
ing to the region where you happen to be
Note : (see RDS system).
• If the traffic information function has
been activated (see RDS SYSTEM),
the stations offering this facility will be
memorised as priority.
If it is unable to memorise any new sta-
tions, the system will retain the previously
memorised stations.
• If the system is unable to find 6 stations,
the unfilled memory slots will remain
free.
RDS SYSTEM 7

USING THE RDS (R


RADIO DATA SYSTEM) ACTIVATION/DEACTIVATION OF THE RDS To activate/deactivate the RDS functions
on the display A :
FUNCTION ON FM FUNCTIONS
The majority of FM radio stations use the The RDS functions can be accessed via the 1. Press button O.
RDS system. The radio in your vehicle has following two menus : 2. Select the AUDIO-CD icon via buttons J
this system,. • Main menu (press button O). or M.
The RDS system enables these stations 3. Select scanning for RDS stations, via
• AUDIO menu (press button L). buttons J or M. The system tells you the
to transmit non-audible data in addition to To activate/deactivate the RDS functions
the broadcasting of their programmes. The status (active or inactive) of the func-
on the display C : tion.
data provides access to various functions
described in this chapter, such as: display of 1. Press button O. 4. Modify this status via buttons K or N.
the station name, intermittent traffic informa- 2. Select the AUDIO icon using buttons J 5. Then please wait for the display to disap-
tion flashes or automatic scanning of stations. or M. pear.
This enables you to continue listening to 3. Confirm your choice with a press on button Note :
your chosen radio station, regardless of the L. If the RDS function is active :
different frequencies it uses in the regions 4. Select the sub-menu for the FM wave- • The “RDS” on the display will light up
through which you are travelling. band, via buttons J or M. Confirm your provided the station being received
choice with a press on button L. uses the RDS system with scanning of
SCANNING OF RDS STATIONS 5. Select scanning for RDS stations, via frequencies.
Your radio keeps the best possible recep- buttons J or M. • The “RDS” on the display is barred if the
tion by continuously looks for any other 6. Validate your choice with a press on button station received uses the RDS system
frequencies on which the selected radio L. without frequency search.
station is broadcast, automatically choosing 7. Using control L, select/deselect to acti- If your RDS function is deactivated, the
the frequency offering the best reception vate/deactivate the function. “RDS” on the display will be absent in all
(if the station broadcasts on more than one 8. Validate your choice by selecting “OK” cases.
transmitter or frequency. on the display. The display will indicate the “NAME” for the
stations that use the RDS system and the
frequency for stations that do not use it.
8 RDS SYSTEM

REGIONAL SEARCH MODE Note : SELECTING A PROGRAMME TYPE


Some stations, when they are organised in • You have to be in FM wave band. Certain stations offer the possibility of listen-
networks, broadcast regional programmes • The station being listened to should indi- ing to a particular programme type, selected
at certain times of day, and national pro- cate via the RDS system that it broadcasts from a list (PTY).
grammes at other times. traffic information. press for more than two seconds on but-
It is possible to search : • Stations organised in a network (EON) ton I.
• Either for a regional station only. have regional transmitters that send their Press on buttons J or M to scroll through and
own programmes: while you are listen- select the programme type you prefer, then
• Or across the whole network in order to ing to one of these stations the system
find a different programme. will switch automatically to a station on
press on button L to validate your choice.
To activate/deactivate this function, proceed the network that is broadcasting traffic
as for Scanning of RDS stations. information. SEARCHING FOR A STATION BROAD-
Note : • You can stop listening to a message by CASTING THIS PROGRAMME TYPE
When this mode is activated, the system pressing button I. When you have chosen a programme type,
will remain tuned to one specific regional the list of corresponding stations appears on
station. S OUND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT FOR the display, press on buttons J or M to scroll
down and select the station you want, then
TRAFFIC INFORMATION press on button L to validate your choice.
TA INFORMATION (TRAFFIC
TRAFFIC INFOR The sound volume for traffi c information
ANNOUNCEMENTS) operates separately from that for the rest
Some stations allow broadcasting, only of the system, and can be adjusted inde- QUITTING PTY MODE
in FM, of these messages thanks to the pendently. To quit “PTY” mode, select the function to
TA function.
“TA” Rotate button A while a traffic information deactivate “PTY” in the list of the different
TA function by press-
You can activate the “TA” message is being broadcast. programme types.
ing on button I. This allows you, even though This volume adjustment is memorised.
you are listening to another audio source R ADIO TEXT VIA CONTEXTUAL MENU
or to a radio programme not itself providing This function allows to view the information
traffi c messages, to receive traffi c infor- broadcast by the station, concerning the
mation flashes from an FM station which programme you are currently listening to.
broadcasts them. To activate/deactivate this function, proceed
While the messages are being broadcast as for Scanning of RDS stations.
the original source is paused and when
the messages have ended your radio will
automatically revert to the music programme
you were listening to.
CD SOURCE 9

SELECTING CD SOURCE FAST FORWARD AND RAPID REVERSE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS


After inserting a CD, with the printed side WITH ACCELERATED SOUND For safety, do not use a CD player if the
facing upwards, the player will start playing To move swiftly through the CD, press and cabin temperature is higher than +60 °C or
the CD automatically. keep pressed button K or N, respectively for lower than -10° C.
To c h a n g e m a n u a l l y t o C D s o u r c e fast forward or rapid reverse with acceler- If the temperature becomes too high, an
(CD already inserted), press button D until ated sound. automatic safety device will prevent the
you obtain the source you require. Play resumes as normal when the button CD player from working until an acceptable
You can also do this by means of control 5 is released. temperature is restored.
at the steering wheel.
MENU HANDLING COMPACT DISCS
EJECTING A CD This menu allows activation/deactivation of Do not drop them. Store the CDs so that
Press button B to eject the CD, the audio two options : they are kept of dust. Avoid touching the
system will automatically switch to radio • Playback of the first 7 seconds (approx.) disc surface as any scratches may adversely
source. of each track of the CD. affect the sound quality. Do not attach any
If the CD is not removed within 10 to stickers to the discs. Do not use damaged
• Random playback of the CD tracks. or deformed discs. Do not expose them to
15 seconds of being ejected, it will auto- This can be accessed in two ways :
matically be taken back into the CD player, heat or direct sunlight.
although it will not be played. • Either by pressing button O and proceed- If the surface of the compact disc is dirty, it
ing as for Search of Stations RDS – for can be wiped with a soft, clean cloth. Always
screen C, the sub-menu corresponds to wipe from the centre of the disc outwards.
SELECTING A TRACK the Audio Preferences.
Press button K once to play the next track. • Or, provided you are in CD source, by
Press button N once to return to the beginning pressing onbutton L. You can then access
of the track currently being played, press a the Audio menu (for screen C only).
second time to go back to the start of the Note :
previous track. If one of these options is active, it remains
Press the buttons successively to skip several active for CD changer source.
tracks at a time.
This can also be done via the control G. As
the list of tracks is displayed on the screen,
select the desired track using buttons J or M,
then validate using button L.
You can also do this via the controls 2 and 3
at the steering wheel.
10 CD CHANGER SOURCE

CD CHANGER SELECTING CD CHANGER SOURCE FAST FORWARD AND RAPID REVERSE


This equipment S (if present) is located in Press on button D until you reach CD WITH ACCELERATED SOUND
the central console and can accommodate 5 changer. Press and keep pressed one of the but-
discs. After the magazine engages, playback of the tons K or N respectively for fast forward
first track of the first CD will begin. or rapid reverse with accelerated sound.
INSERTING CDS INTO THE MAGAZINE You can also do this by means of control 5 Play resumes as normal when the button
Inser t the CDs with the printed side at the steering wheel. is released.
upwards.
Note : SELECTING A CD MENU
• Each compartment takes one disc only. To select a CD, either press one of the pre- This menu is for activation/deactivation of
• The CD changer will not operate if discs selection buttons 1 to 5 on the keypad P, or three options :
are inserted the wrong way up. scroll using buttons J or M. • Playback of the first 7 seconds (approx.)
The CD will start to play automatically. of each track of the CD.
REMOVING DISCS You can also do this by means of control 1 • Repetition of the current CD.
To remove a CD, give a long press on the at the steering wheel. • Random playback of tracks, CD by CD.
corresponding button. After each change of source, on return to This can be accessed in two ways :
CD changer source, playback will resume • Either by pressing button O and proceed-
at the same point where it had been inter- ing as for Search of Stations RDS – for
rupted. screen C, the sub-menu corresponds to
the Audio Preferences.
SELECTING A TRACK • Or if you are in CD changer source by
Press button K once to play the next track. pressing button L. You then have access
Press button N once to return to the beginning to the AUDIO menu (for screen C only).
of the track currently being played, press a Note :
second time to go back to the start of the If one of these options is active, it remains
previous track. active for CD source.
Press the buttons successively to skip sev-
eral tracks at a time.
You can also do this by means of the controls
2 and 3 at the steering wheel.
BLUETOOTH 11

Your audio system may be BLUETOOTH You should then select “CITROËN” on CONNECTING A TWINNED TELEPHONE
compatible. It allows you to connect a mobile your telephone controls. Next you have Each time you enter the vehicle, after switch-
telephone for use “hands free” and even to decide whether or not to accept this ing on the audio system, your telephone is
to use its directory. twinning, then select on display C, using J detected automatically. If more than one
It permits you to twin up to four telephones, or M, one of the 4 memories. Validate with telephone is present, the last telephone
to be able then to connect whichever one a press on button L. to have been connected is the first to be
you choose. Note : recognised.
The Bluetooth functions available and the You can select a memory already attributed, Note :
content of the display are dependent on the although the telephone twinned to this loca- Disconnections may occur. You may have to
type of mobile telephone, its settings and the tion will no longer be. make a new connection (see following page,
type of contract you have. For this reason • Next the telephone asks you to enter an Confi guration : Connecting a twinned
it is advisable to make enquiries with your identification code : 1234. mobile telephone).
telephone provider. • Validate.
Prior to any operation : Remarks :
Note : • In the event of a problem, it is recom-
• Your display should be lit up (key in This entry may be demanded earlier in the mended to switch your telephone off and
position M). twinning sequence. then on again.
• Your telephone's Bluetooth system must The telephone is now twinned to your Blue- • If you switch off your telephone within the
be activated. tooth system. For immediate access to the field of reception of the Bluetooth system
Bluetooth functions, it may be necessary to on your vehicle, the next connection will
TWINNING A TELEPHONE make a connection (see following pageCon- not be automatic. To restore automatic
Twinning a telephone consists of having it figuration : Connecting a twinned mobile connection, you will have to connect your
recognised by the BLUETOOTH system on telephone). telephone manually(see following page,
your vehicle. This then permits an instanta- Once the twinning is finished, you will be Configuration : Connecting a twinned
neous connection. able to connect your telephone via the mobile telephone).
Twinning can only be performed with igni- “Main menu”. • If you are already in telephone commu-
tion switched on, display illuminated, nication when the audio system is turned
engine stopped. No other telephone should on, the latter detects the telephone.
be connected. • To avoid interference, you are advised
• The twinning must be performed with not to place your mobile telephone close
the telephone and its Bluetooth system to your radio.
activated.
Note : TO ACCEPT AN INCOMING CALL
Refer to the user instructions to familiarise Use button L.
yourself with the features of twinning.
• The telephone detects
tects the
e Bluetooth
Blue
Blueto sys-
tem on your vehicle. “CITROËN” displays
on your telephone.
12 BLUETOOTH

MAIN MENU Remarks : CONFIGURATION


Press on the Menu button O to access to • The directory displayed updates itself This menu allows you to :
Main menu, then select the “Telephone” automatically.
• Deleting a twinning. Using J or M, select
icon using buttons J ou M), then validate • If the person to be called does not figure this choice, then validate on L. Select in
the selection via button L. in the directory, the call can only be made the list the telephone that you no longer
You have access : starting from the telephone. wish to have twinned. Validate.
• To the Directory. • If you have information recorded in the • Consulting the list of twinnings. The list
Vcard format, you must select the person
• To Configuration. you wish to call, then validate. A list of 4
of telephones twinned is displayed.
• To Communication Management. numbers maximum can be displayed with • Connecting a mobile telephone that is
You access your choices via (J ou M), then the following labels : “Home”, “Office”, twinned. Select the telephone that you
you validate them with a press on L. “Mobile” and “Car”. wish to connect. This access allows you
to make a connection manually.
This main menu can also be accessed by
pressing button E then button L. Calls list
After selecting this component and then CALL MANAGEMENT
validating, the calls list is displayed with a This menu is accessible during your calls,
DIRECTORY maximum of : 10 calls made (arrow pointing permitting you to :
This menu lets you open : upward), 10 calls received (arrow pointing • Swap a call if there is another call incom-
• The telephone Directory of the telephone downward) and 10 calls not connected. ing.
that is connected. It is possible to make a call starting from • End a call.
• The Calls List. this list : Select the number via J or M, then
validate with a press on L. • Be in Secret mode.
Telephone directory Remark :
The starting of a telephone call can be done If you are in telephone conversation, you
independently of the telephone or of the audio have access to this menu “Configuration”
system, thanks to the directory. by pressing L.
The directory is displayed. Select the number
via J or M, then validate with a press on L.
BLUETOOTH 13

Swapping a call VOICE RECOGNITION DISPLAYS


During a telephone conversation, the system A short press on the end of the control stalk 7 TEL button displays the
A press on the “TEL”
is able to tell you of a second call incoming. starts telephone voice recognition. telephone information on the right on your
To accept it, validate. To change from one Voice recognition allows you to make a call screen.
call to the other, select this choice. to a number for which you have recorded a A “Telephone” symbol appears on your
label on the mobile telephone that is twinned display when you connect a mobile tel-
and connected. ephone.
End a call
This choice enables you to end a telephone Remark : A “Battery” symbol appears at the bottom
conversation, for example if there is another It is possible to stop the call, provided the of the display to indicate the range of the
call incoming. dialling has not yet commenced, with a mobile telephone connected.
short press on the end of the lighting control An “Envelope” symbol appears at the bot-
stalk 7. tom of the display to indicate the presence
Secret mode Remarks : of an unread SMS on the mobile telephone
Select this choice. This allows you not to • While you are on a call, the audio source connected.
be heard by the other person. To restore currently being listened to is paused. A “Sound track” symbol appears at the
sound to the other person, select deacti- • Some ring tones on your mobile telephone bottom of the display to indicate the pres-
vation of Secret mode in the menu “Call may not be recognised by the Bluetooth ence of a message on the mobile telephone
Management”. system on your vehicle. A different ring connected.
Note : tone will be chosen by the system.
If you wish to transfer a call from the audio
system to the mobile telephone (for example
when leaving your vehicle), refer to the user
instructions for the latter.
N AV I D R I V E W I T H C D
CHANGER
A B C D E X F G H I J K L’ L

V U T S R Q W P N O M

4 7

1 5
Z

6
3
2 BUT TO N CO NTRO LS

A CD eject.
Radio source : Manual search of higher frequencies.
CD/MP3 changer source : Selection of previous CD /
Selection of audio source (Radio, CD, CD changer H
B SOURCE previous CD-cover.
and MP3).
Other sources : To move in the menus.

Press : On / Off.
C
Rotate : Volume adjust.
Radio source : Manual search of lower frequencies.
CD/MP3 changer source : Selection of the next CD / next
I
Short press : Answer call. CD-cover.
D Other sources : To move in the menus.
Display of telephone menu.

Short press : Access to the CITROËN services menu. Short press : Cancel the current operation or delete a
J ESC
E Long press : Direct call to the CITROËN assistance superimposed display.
service.
K Infrared port.
Selection of the type of information displayed on the right of
F MODE the screen (Radio, Navigation, Trip computer, etc.). L SIM card slot.

L’ SIM card eject button.


• If you rotate it, the control allows you :
- To move in the display in order to choose a function,
a parameter or a value.
- To decrease or to increase an adjustment value.
- To scroll down the list of elements to be selected. Radio source :
- To modify the scale of the map on the display. • Short press : Automatic search of higher frequencies.
• If you press it, the control allows you : CD or CD changer source :
G
- To access the contextual menu (short-cut to certain • Short press : Search of the next track.
choices for the function displayed on the right. M • Long press : Fast forward with accelerated sound.
- To validate the function chosen or the value modi- MP3 source :
fied. • Short press : Search of the next track.
- To select a parameter such as “adjust” or “list”, to • Long press : Rapid scrolling of previous tracks.
be able to modify it. Other sources : Moving in the menus.
- To activate/deactivate a function.
BUT TO N CO NTRO LS 3

Short press :Traffic information on/off.


S TA/PTY
Long press : PTY On/Off.
Radio source :
• Short press : Automatic search of lower frequencies.
CD and CD changer source :
Short press : Display of the list of available radio stations
• Short press : Search of previous track. (30 maximum) or of the list of CD tracks.
T LIST
N • Long press : Rapid reverse with accelerated sound. Long press : Update of list of stations.
MP3 source :
• Short press : Search of previous track.
• Long press : Rapid scrolling of previous tracks. Call-up of the audio adjustment functions :
Other sources : Moving in the menus. U AUDIO Sound ambiences, bass, treble, loudness, fade, balance,
speed-sensitive volume.

Long press (between 2 and 8 seconds) : Emergency


V SOS call.
Short successive presses :
• One press : Only the top part of the display remains lit.
Radio source :
• Two presses : Display off (blank display).
O DARK 123456 • 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.

W 12345 CD changer source : Selecting a CD.


Short press : Access to the Main Menu.
Long press : Access to the Help Menu for voice commands,
to the description of your equipment, to the demonstration of Other sources :
P MENU • Any alphanumeric entry (telephone, address, adjustment
Navigation and to the status of services. 012345
In certain countries, this control is deactivated while the of date/time, etc.).
6789*#
vehicle is moving. • Rapid selection of a name commencing with the letter
chosen, in the directory and in the SIM card.

Call in progress : X CD aperture.


Q
• Short press : End a call.
Z CD changer.
Short press : Selection of frequency bands and memory
banks.
R BAND
Long press : Automatic memorisation of FM stations
Buttons H, I, M and N allow you, in “Select - Move on Map”, to move
(Autostore). respectively up or down, right or left on the map.
4 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

Radio source : 4 Volume increase.


• Scrolling of pre-set stations.
CD changer source :
• Selection of next or previous CD.
1 MP3 source :
Short press : Change of audio source (RADIO, CD, CD
• Selection of the next or previous CD-cover. CHANGER, MP3) and audio/video auxiliary input.
Other sources : Long press : Display of the telephone contextual menu
• Selection of the next or previous elements of a menu in a (excluding numbers).
screen, a list, an alphabet. Incoming call, telephone communication :
5 SRC • Short press : Answer call, end call.
Other cases :
In a menu, a list, an alphabet :
• Short press : Validation of the function, the element or
Radio source : the value chosen.
• Short press : Automatic search of higher frequencies.
CD and CD changer source :
• Short press : Search of the next track.
2
• Long press : Fast forward with accelerated sound. 6 Volume decrease.
MP3 source :
• Short press : Search of the next track.
• Long press : Rapid scrolling of following tracks.
Simultaneous press on both buttons :
4+6
Mute (temporary sound pause.

Radio source : Lighting control stalk


• Short press : Automatic search of lower frequencies. 7 • Short press on the end : Activation/Deactivation of the
Voice Commands function.
CD and CD changer source :
• Short press : Search of previous track.
3
• Long press : Rapid reverse with accelerated sound.
MP3 source :
• Short press : Search of previous track.
• Long press : Rapid scrolling of previous tracks.
N AV I D R I V E W I T H C D
CHANGER
A B C D E X F G H I J K L’ L

V U T S R Q W P N O M

4 7

1 5
Z

6
3
O P E R AT I O N - G E N E R A L 5

ON / OFF SIM CARD TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS


With the ignition key in Drive position M, • Open the slot L by pressing with the point Your NaviDrive possesses :
press on the control C to turn the audio of a pencil, or similar, on the opening just • 3 wavebands (MW/LW/FM).
part on or off. above it LL’. Next, insert your SIM card in • A dual tuner (if a colour screen) with RDS
Note : the slot, then reclose it. EON PTY, display of PS name, Radio
• If the audio part of NaviDrive was on • The SIM card should only be removed TEXT, RDS programme search, TA
before you last switched off the ignition, from its slot L after NaviDrive has been traffic info., TMC Traffic Information, 24
it will automatically resume when you switched off (key in position S (Steering pre-selections (18 FM - 6 MW/LW),
switch on the ignition again. lock) and display turned off). automatic memorisation of the strongest
• The source selected when you switch off • Its presence is indispensable for certain AST stations.
NaviDrive is memorised and will resume functions to operate correctly. • An MP3- compatible CD reader.
when you switch on again. • A GSM telephone dual-band phase 2
• After the ignition is switched off, with or RE- INITIALISATION (900MHz/1800MHz), of 2 Watts with
without the key being present, NaviDrive If NaviDrive should malfunction, you can re- voice commands and memorisation of
can continue to operate for a maximum initialise it with a long press (more than 10 the PIN code.
of 30 minutes if you press one of the seconds) on control O. • A voice synthesiser for navigation instruc-
buttons S, V, D, or E, or if you insert a tions, for reading text messages (SMS)
CD in the CD reader. ANTI-THEFT SYSTEM and for RDS - TMC information.
Your NaviDrive is coded so as to function • Audio power of 4x35 W.
DESCRIPTION only on your particular vehicle.
A long press on P brings up a technical It cannot be used on any other vehicle.
description of your equipment.
Note :
The anti-theft system is automatic and
requires no action on your part.
6 MAIN MENU

MOVING IN THE MENUS


Buttons G, H, I, M, N and control 1 at the
steering wheel enable you to move in the
menus and a press on button G allows you
to validate your choices.
It is recommended that you do not use the
NaviDrive controls while your vehicle is mov-
ing. In some countries, certain commands
may be deactivated to comply with national
regulations.

MAINTENANCE
For maintenance of the display screen, it is
recommended to use a non-abrasive cloth
and a cleaning product for IT screens.
MULTIFUNCTION DISPLAY MAIN MENU
According to your choices, it displays the A press on button P gives you access to all
information on the following functions: the functions available on your NaviDrive :
Navigation – Traffic information, Audio, • Navigation – Traffic information.
Directory, Telephone and Telematic Services, • Audio.
Configuration and Map.
• Directory.
It is possible to modify the information that
is displayed on the right of your screen by • Telephone and telematic services.
pressing F or using voice commands. • Configuration of your vehicle.
The type of information on the left and at the • Map (if colour screen).
top of the screen depends on the choices The description of these is set out in the
made on the right. following oages. Certain choices will appear
Certain actions and types of information only if you have subscribed to a specifi c
(alerts, adjustments, contextual menu) are contract.
signalled by the temporary opening of a
window on the screen. CONTEXTUAL MENU
The display also gives you your vehicle A press on button G gives you access to
configuration. certain of the choices that are available for
the function displayed on the right of your
screen.
M E N U S T R U C T U R E F O R N A V I G AT I O N – 7
T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N
Enter an address .................................................................................................................... 19
NAV 1. a
NaviDrive services ................................................................................................................. 19
NAV 1.b
NAV
Choice of a centre of interest ................................................................................................. 20
NAV 1. c
CHOOSE A DESTINATION
PAGE 19 Directory ................................................................................................................................. 20
NAV 1 NAV 1. d
Choice of one of the last twenty destinations ........................................................................ 20
NAV 1. a

Adding a stage ........................................................................................................................ 21


NAV 2. a
STAGES AND ROUTES Sort/delete stages .................................................................................................................. 21
PAGE 21 NAV 2. b
NAV 2
Varying the route .................................................................................................................... 21
NAV 2. c
Destination chosen (to change it) .......................................................................................... 21
NAV 2. d

Defi ning the route calculation criteria .................................................................................... 21


NAV 3. a
Adjusting the voice synthesiser.............................................................................................. 21
NAV 3. b
Activate/Deactivate pronunciation of the street name .......................................................... 21
NAV 3. c
M ODIFY THE GUIDANCE OPTIONS
PAGE 21 Viewing information on the navigation CD-ROM .................................................................. 21
NAV 3 NAV 3. d
Deleting the last destinations ................................................................................................. 21
NAV 3. e

Consulting of messages ......................................................................................................... 23


NAV 4. a
Activate/Deactivate fi lter on route .............. 23
Filtering TMC information Filtering by incident..................................... 23
NAV 4. b
TMC TRAFFIC INFORMATION Geographical fi lter ...................................... 23
PAGE 21
NAV 4
Choice of TMC station ................................ 23
Adjusting the voice synthesiser.............................................................................................. 21
NAV 4. c

Activate/Deactivate showing of messages ............................................................................ 21


NAV 4. d

STOP/RESUME GUIDANCE ............................................................................................................................................................... 17


NAV 5

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR NAVIGATION – TRAFFIC INFORMATION .................................................................................................................18


8 MENU STRUCTURES FOR AUDIO - TRIP
COMPUTER
Activate/deactivate the RDS function in FM .......................................................................... 25
AUD 1. a
Activate/deactivate regional search mode in FM .................................................................. 25
AUD 1. b
AUD Activate/deactivate display of Radio Text .............................................................................. 25
AUD 1. c
Activate/deactivate display of CD MP3 detail ........................................................................ 25
AUD 1. d

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR R ADIO SOURCE ...............................................................................................................................................25

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR CD SOURCE....................................................................................................................................................31

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR MP3 .............................................................................................................................................................31

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR CD- CHANGER SOURCE .....................................................................................................................................32

Enter a distance to destination ............................................................................................... 33


ODB

TRIP COMPUTER CONFIGURATION


Modify the units ...................................................................................................................... 33
PAGE 33
ODB 1

Display the log of alerts .......................................................................................................... 33


ODB 2. a
D IAGNOSIS Display the level of charge of the reserve battery ................................................................. 33
PAGE 33 ODB 2. b
ODB 2
Display the status of GPS coverage ...................................................................................... 33
ODB 1. c

STATUS OF FUNCTIONS .................................................................................................................................................................. 33


ODB

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR TRIP COMPUTER...............................................................................................................................................33


M ENU STRUCTURE FOR DIRECTORY 9

Consult or modify a fi le ........................................................................................................... 34


REP 1. a
Add a fi le ................................................................................................................................. 34
REP 1. b
REP
Delete a fi le ............................................................................................................................. 34
REP 1. c
M ANAGING DIRECTORY FILES
PAGE 34 Delete all fi les ......................................................................................................................... 34
REP 1 REP 1. d

Select directory ....................................................................................................................... 34


REP 2. a
CONFIGURATION Name directory ....................................................................................................................... 34
PAGE 34 REP 2. b
REP 2
Choose the start directory ...................................................................................................... 34
REP 2. c

Send all fi les................................................ 35


REP 3. a.I
Exchange by infrared Send a fi le ................................................... 35
REP 3. a
REP 3. a.II
Receive by infrared ..................................... 35
REP 3. a.III
TRANSFER OF FILES
PAGE 35
REP 3

Send all fi les to SIM ................................... 35


REP 3. b.I
Exchange with the SIM card Send a fi le to SIM........................................ 35
REP 3. b
REP 3. b.II
Receive all fi les from the SIM..................... 35
REP 3. b.III
Receive a fi le from the SIM ........................ 35
REP 3. b.IV
10 MENU STRUCTURE FOR TELEPHONE
A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S

TEL

CALL ..........................................................................................................................................................................................38
TEL 1

CITROËN on Line ................................................................................................................... 39


TEL 2.a
SERVICES CITROËN Assistance ............................................................................................................. 39
PAGE 40 TEL 2.b
TEL 2
NaviDrive services ................................................................................................................. 39
TEL 2.c
Messages received ................................................................................................................ 39
TEL 2.d

Network ................................................................................................................................... 40
TEL 3.a
Duration of calls ...................................................................................................................... 40
TEL 3.b
Managing the PIN code .......................................................................................................... 40
TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS TEL 3.c
PAGE 40 Confi gure calls .................................................... 40
TEL 3
Call options Ringtone options for voice calls ......................... 40
TEL 3.d

Voice callback no. for SMS messages .............. 40

Delete the list of calls and SMS messages ....... 40

Reading of SMS messages .................................................................................................... 40


TEL 4. a
TEXT MES
MESSAGING (SMS)
MESS Sending of SMS messages .................................................................................................... 40
PAGE 40 TEL 4. b
TEL 4
Composing an SMS message................................................................................................ 40
TEL 4. c
Delete the list of SMS messages ........................................................................................... 40
TEL 4. d

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR TELEPHONE AND TELEMATIC SERVICES............................................................................................................... 38


MENU STRUCTURE FOR 11
C O N F I G U R AT I O N – M A P – V I D E O

Operation of rear screen wipe ................................................................................................ 42


CFG
Lighting confi guration ............................................................................................................. 42
D EFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS
PAGE 42
CFG 1
Choice of colours .................................................................................................................... 42

Adjusting brightness and contrast ......................................................................................... 42

Sound ...................................................................................................................................... 42
D ISPLAY CONFIGURATION
PAGE 42 International parameters (time, date, etc.) ............................................................................. 42
CFG 2
Choice of language ................................................................................................................. 42

CAR

M OVE THE MAP ................................................................................................................................................................................


CAR 1 Map oriented to North............................................................................................................. 44
O RIENTATION OF THE MAP
Map oriented to the vehicle .................................................................................................... 44
PAGE 44
CAR 2

CENTRE AROUND THE VEHICLE ....................................................................................................................................................... 44


CAR 3

M AP DETAILS ............................................................................................................................................................................... 44
CAR 4

M EMORISE THE CURRENT POSITION ................................................................................................................................................. 44


CAR 5

CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR M AP ............................................................................................................................................................. 44


12 VOICE CO M M A NDS

GENERAL Example :
Voice commands can control a certain To obtain memorised radio station no. 3 : Pro-
number of functions : nounce the word “Radio”, wait for the system
to reply with a beep, then pronounce the word
• Using a voice label recorded by the user, “Memory”, wait for the system to reply with
for example : “Office” or “Home”. To a beep, then finish with the word 3.
enhance the recognition of these labels,
you are recommended to record them After the double beep, the desired action
using different intonations. is performed.
• Using pre-recorded words and expres- If you say the word “Help” and “What can
sions, for example : “Radio”, “Help”. I say”, you will see displayed all the com-
mands that are available at the moment of
The voice commands function in a logical this request.
sequence. A word voiced at one level must
be recognised before another word at the Say the key words that correspond to the
next level can be recognised. action that you wish carried out.
If you should lose your way in the different
ACTIVATION/DEACTIVATION OF VOICE levels of the voice command structure, say
the word “Cancel” to bring you back to the
RECOGNITION voice commands at the previous level of
Give a short press on the end of the lighting the structure.
control stalk 7 to activate this function. However careful the user may be, the pre-
Activation of the function is confirmed by recorded words or expressions will always be
a beep and by the opening of a window on more easily recognised than words recorded
the display. The system is then listening. If by the user.
the word pronounced is understood by the
system, then it is displayed in the window
and a beep is heard. Otherwise the system
says “Sorry”. You then have to say the
word again.
Voice commands are deactivated automati-
cally and the system emits a double beep,
when an action has been completed using
voice commands.
If no voice commands are given, this function
is deactivated after a few seconds and the
system says “End of recognition”.
A press on the end of the lighting control
stalk 7 or on J, deactivates the function.
LIST A ND STRUCTURE OF VOICE 13
COMMANDS
Audio Displays the information on the current audio source in the right hand part of the screen
Guidance Displays the information on navigation/guidance in the right hand part of the screen
Navigation Displays the information on navigation/guidance in the right hand part of the screen
Trip computer Displays the information on the trip computer in the right hand part of the screen
Display
Telephone Displays the telephone information in the right hand part of the screen
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Call “Pre-recorded label” Starts a telephone call to the first number on the record associated with the voice label pronounced
Stop Stops voice commands
Changer Changes to CD changer audio source
1-6 Changes to CD changer playback for the number given
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Disc number
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Previous disc Changes to playback of the previous CD in the changer

Next disc Changes to playback of the next CD in the changer


Random playback Activates, or deactivates, random playback of the current CD
List Displays the list of the tracks on the CD currently being played
1-20 Changes to playback of the track, of the current CD, for the number given
Changer Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Track number
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Previous track Changes to the previous track of the current CD
Next track Changes to the next track of the current CD
Repeat Activates, or deactivates, repetition of playback of the current CD
Scan Activates, or deactivates, playback of the start of tracks of the current CD
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
14 LIST A ND STRUCTURE OF VOICE
COMMANDS
Stop Stops the current guidance
Directory “Pre-recorded label” Starts guidance towards the address contained in the record associated with the voice label pronounced
Restart Resumes guidance towards the last destination selected
Destination Centres the map on the current or previous destination
Vehicle Centres the map around the vehicle
See Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Guidance Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Zoom in Enlarges the zone represented on the map
Zoom out Reduces the zone represented on the map
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Guide to “Pre-recorded label” Starts guidance towards the address contained in the record associated with the voice label pronounced
Display Displays the list of TMC traffic information messages
Read Reads the message in the list of TMC messages or reads the last message selected
Traffic info Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
CD player Change to CD audio source
Random playback Activates, or deactivates, random playback of the CD
List Displays the list of the tracks on the CD currently being played
1-20 Changes to playback of the track for the number given
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Track number
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Previous track Changes to the previous track of the CD
Next track Changes to the next track of the CD
Scan Activates, or deactivates, playback of the start of tracks of the CD
CD player
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Repeat Activates or deactivates repetition of playback of the current CD-cover
Next Changes to the next CD-cover
Previous Changes to the previous CD-cover
Directory
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
LIST A ND STRUCTURE OF VOICE 15
COMMANDS
Display Displays the list of SMS messages
Read Reads the last SMS message received or the SMS selected in the list of messages
Message Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Stop Stops the current guidance
Directory “Pre-recorded label” Starts guidance towards the address contained in the record associated with the voice label
pronounced
Restart Resumes guidance towards the last destination selected
Destination Centres the map on the current or previous destination
Vehicle Centres the map around the vehicle
See Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Navigation Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Zoom in Enlarges the zone represented on the map
Zoom out Reduces the zone represented on the map
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
No Cancels a request to delete an SMS message
Yes Confirms a request to delete an SMS message
Previous Changes to the previous radio station, or previous CD/CDC track. If an SMS is being read, reads the previous SMS message
Radio Changes to Radio audio source
Autostore Memorises the 6 strongest FM stations that can be received where the vehicle is
List Displays a list of the stations that can be received where the vehicle is
1-6 Selects the station corresponding to the memory bank number given
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Memory
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Radio What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Previous Starts an automatic search for the previous radio station
Next Starts an automatic search for the next radio station
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
16 LIST A ND STRUCTURE OF VOICE
COMMANDS
Display Displays the list of SMS messages
Read Reads the last SMS message received or the SMS selected in the list of messages
SMS Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Stop Stops the reading of SMS messages. Stops voice commands
Next Changes to the next radio station, or next CD/CDC track. If an SMS is being read, reads the next SMS message
Delete Requests deletion of the SMS message currently being read
Mail box Starts a telephone call to the user’s mail box
Last number Starts a telephone call to the most recent number figuring in the user’s calls list
Voice messaging Starts a telephone call to the user’s mail box
Telephone Directory “Pre-recorded label” Starts a telephone call to the fi rst number on the record associated with the voice label
pronounced
Cancel Returns to the first level of the voice commands structure
Help Displays the voice commands possible at this level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at this level
Help Displays the voice commands possible at the first level
What can I say Displays the voice commands possible at the first level
N A V I G AT I O N – T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N 17

When navigation is to be used for the Specific functions or services may vary
first time, or when the battery has been depending on the CD-ROM version or the
disconnected for any reason, the naviga- country where the system is used.
tion system has to be initialised. For this GPS satellite reception or guidance cal-
operation the vehicle must be parked culation may be affected temporarily (for
outdoors so that it can pick up satellite example under bridges or in underground
signals. Turn the ignition to position M car parks, etc.) by where the vehicle is
(see vehicle Handbook) and leave for at located.
least fifteen minutes.
TMC TRAFFIC INFORMATION
INTRODUCTION In some countries, traffic information mes-
The on-board navigation system uses audible sages are transmitted by FM radio stations.
and visual instructions to guide you towards Such information, broadcast by the RDS
the destination of your choice. system, can be received and decoded by
The system uses a cartographic database NaviDrive. See the description of this func- NAV
stored on a CD-ROM, and a GPS system. tion from page 21.
The GPS system enables your position MAIN MENU FOR NAVIGATION – TRAF-
to be plotted via contact with a number of VOLUME FOR VOICE INSTRUCTIONS FIC INFORMATION
satellites. When receiving voice instructions, you can
The navigation system is composed of the Press on P then use the control G to select
adjust the volume using button C, or controls the icon Navigation - Traffic information to
following elements : 4 and 6 at the steering wheel. access the following choices :
• A CD-ROM reader. You can deactivate voice instructions via • Selecting a destination.
• A button for recall of the last voice mes- the menu “Configuration” - “Display”-
sage - during navigation, a long press “Sound”. • Stages and routes.
on the end of the lighting control stalk 7 • Guidance options.
repeats the latest voice information. • TMC traffic information.
• Cartographic data in the form of a CDROM • Stop/resume guidance.
that has to be inserted, printed side up, After the start of a guidance, a display cau-
in the aperture X. tions you concerning the use of navigation.
• A synthesised voice for enunciating the If you accept its content, press on G.
guidance instructions during navigation. Respect the road regulations that are in
• A display screen. force.
• A GPS aerial.
• Control on the dashboard and controls at
the steering wheel.
18 N A V I G AT I O N – T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N

1 2 3 1 2 3 5

8 7 6 5 4 8 7 6

During navigation, provided the navigation CD-ROM is present, the display indicates the
manoeuvres to be made :
1 In navigation : manoeuvre to be made or, momentarily, direction to follow. CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR NAVIGATION
Except during guidance : Display of a compass. – TRAFFIC INFORMATION
2 Next manoeuvre to be made. A press on W during navigation brings up
3 Next road to be taken and name of town. a display on the right of the screen, permit-
4 Symbol concerning Traffic Information or services in proximity (colour display). ting you to :
5 Road currently being taken and name of town. • Modify the display of the map. Display
6 Estimated time of arrival at destination (based on flowing traffic). full screen or on the right hand side (colour
screen only).
7 Distance to final destination.
8 Distance to the next manoeuvre. • Alter the route. During guidance this
function lets you modify your original
Remark : route. Enter the distance of the desired
Depending on the situation of the vehicle and the reception of the GPS information, this infor- diversion then select the “OK” function
mation may temporarily be absent from the screen. and validate.
Tip : • Memorise the position of the vehicle.
When Navigation is being displayed, a long press on the “Menu” button activates a demonstra- The vehicle position will be saved in
tion of the Navigation function of your NaviDrive. the current directory, under a label for
Next select a destination by using the Navigation Menu. After entering this, start Navigation name of town and street (if available on
and see a simulation of the movements of your vehicle. The point of departure will be either the Navigation CDROM). Otherwise the
the place where the vehicle is now, or the last known location. It is possible to enter a different label corresponds to GPS coordinates
point of departure via the demonstration menu. This demonstration can let you see a route for the location.
that you wish to take in the future. • Modify the guidance criteria for your
itinerary.
• Stop/resume guidance.
N A V I G AT I O N – T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N 19

• If the list contains less than 6 names, these


last will display automatically.
Select a town, then validate.
When the complete name of the town is
displayed, select it then validate “OK”.

2 Enter the name of the street


Enter the street name in the same way as
you entered the town name.
Note : Do not enter the type of road (street,
avenue ,etc.).
3 Validation
When the complete name of the street is
NAV 1 NAV 1. a displayed, select it then validate “OK”.
Tips :
CHOOSE A DESTINATION ENTER AN ADDRESS • If you enter only the name of the town and
This menu allows you to : The last guidance address is displayed. then validate immediately “OK ”, you will
• Enter an address. 1 Enter a town name go directly to the town centre.
• Access NaviDrive Services if you have • To enter the name of a town, select “Town” • The function “Store” memorises the
subscribed to a specific contract (assist- then validate. Next, select then validate address displayed into a file of the cur-
ance and entry of a destination). letter by letter or enter them using the rent directory.
• Choose a centre of interest
rest that is avail- alphanumeric keypad. • The selection “Present location” displays
able in a town (restaurant, airport, hotel, If you make an error, press “Correct” to the current address.
cinema, theatre, etc. delete the last letter entered. • The selection “GPS” brings up the GPS
• Choose a destination stored in a Remark : coordinates.
directory. After the first letter has been validated, only
• Choose one of the last twenty des- those letters that can complete an existing
tinations. name in the database will be displayed.
• “List” tells you, as you begin to enter the
name of the town, how many towns start
with or include the same letters.
Select “List” to choose one of them.
20 N A V I G AT I O N – T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N

Remark :
If the centre of interest selected is not avail-
able at the programmed location, a message
informs you of this.
After validation of the location, the centre
of interest closest to your location appears.
The distance indicated is the distance in a
straight line from this location.
A message in the strip (X/n) tells you if
there is more than one establishment (n =
maximum) offering a similar centre of inter-
est within a radius of 50 km in a straight line
from the location selected.
Use “<<”, “>>” or “<”, “>” to study the list
on offer.
NAV 1. b
4 Enter a street no. or the name of an When the establishment of your choice
intersecting street CHOICE OF A CENTRE OF INTEREST appears, you can choose :
You can enter the number of the street you If you desire to be directed to a centre of • “OK ” to activate guidance to this centre
require, using either control G or the alpha- interest, select the type of centre of interest of interest.
numeric keypad. and validate. • “*1” to add it to your directory.
Select then validate “OK”. The list of centres of interest of the type • “Contact” to make a call to this centre
Remark : selected then appears. Select then validate of interest.
The first and last street numbers are dis- the centre of interest desired, in order to
played. access the menu “Choice of location”. SELECTION FROM THE DIRECTORY
You can also select a street from the list The last-entered address is displayed. The function “Select in the directory” lets
of “Intersections”, which means you do not There are 3 possibilities for defi ning the you start a guidance towards a location
have to enter the street no. location close to which you desire to find a that is stored on a file, with the Navigation
Remark : centre of interest : CD-ROM present.
If the street selected has no numbers, the • Take the last address entered by validating
list of street intersections is automatically the “OK ” function. SELECTING FROM YOUR MOST RECENT
displayed. • Enter the name of a different town then DESTINATIONS
The complete destination is then dis- enter the street name (optional). The function “Select from your most
played. • Bring up the name of the place you are recent destinations” lets you start guidance
Select then validate “OK”, to start the guid- currently at, via the function “Present towards one of the last twenty destinations
ance. location”. that have been automatically stored by your
Follow the action instructions. installation.
N A V I G AT I O N – R D S - T M C T R A F F I C 21
I N F O R M AT I O N

NAV 2 NAV 3 NAV 4

STAGES AND ROUTES GUIDANCE OPTIONS TMC TRAFFIC INFORMATION


This menu allows you : This menu allows you : This menu allows you :
• To add a stage to your route after guid- • To define the calculation criteria for • To consult the Traffic Information
ance has started. your itinerary
rary so that it will be the quickest messages.
• To sort or delete stages. or the shortest, taking account of traffic • To filter the traffic information.
• To change your route. You have to indi- information etc.. The last criteria selected • To adjust the volume of the voice
cate the number of kilometres you wish are displayed. synthesiser for the reading of the
to leave out in order to permit calculation • To adjust the volume of the voice syn- information.
of a new route. thesiser for guidance purposes. • To activate/deactivate the showing of
• To select the destination chosen ini- • To activate/deactivate naming of the messages. The symbols remain displayed
tially in order to modify it. street in the voice instructions. on the map.
Remark : If a stage is programmed, the • To display the information from the
navigation system will still try to go that Navigation CD-ROM.
way unless it has already been passed or • To delete the last destinations.
deleted.
22 R D S - T M C T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N

As opposed to the road information flashes • To receive and view this traffic information, LIST OF TMC SYMBOLS ON THE COL-
broadcast by an FM station during its nor- it is necessary to insert the navigation CD-
mal programming (see the TA function in ROM , to activate TMC traffic information, OUR DISPLAY
RDS), the TMC (Traffic Message Channel) to select a type of incident and a type of
messages are coded and not audible. TMC geographical filtering. Traffic bottlenecks and queues
filters the information that is of interest to you • Selection of an FM radio station broad-
and broadcasts it in the language selected casting RDS-TMC traffic information is
in your NaviDrive, even in a foreign country automatic. If you want to select a different
where the language of the local radio is not station, you must use the menu “Filter-
your own. ing of TMC information” then “Choice Road closures and restrictions
The availability of such information depends of TMC station”.
on the country and on the region where you Remarks :
are travelling. • The multifunction screen displays the
This information is displayed in a superim- “TMC” symbol as soon as a station Vehicle size restrictions
posed window and by symbols on the map broadcasting TMC information is being
(colour display). It be read out by the voice received.
synthesiser. • When the FM station selected cannot
Remark : broadcast the TMC information, the “TMC” Road conditions and dangers
The volume of the voice synthesiser can be symbol will be barred on a monochrome
adjusted in the menu “TMC Traffic Informa- screen and shaded on a colour screen.
tion” and by moving control C while the TMC • Depending on the station selected, the
traffic information is being heard. traffic information may be more or less
The messages contain for example : A date complete and precise, or cover a larger Weather and visibility
and time of transmission, the nature of the or smaller area. Each radio station is
traffic incident, its location, plus the name and individually responsible for the quality of
direction of the traffic artery concerned. the information that it broadcasts.
The messages are classed according to the Parking restrictions
distance of the incident from your vehicle.
This list is updated approximately every 15
minutes.
Restrictions on public transport

Demonstrations

These symbols may be accompanied by


an arrow indicating in which traffic direction
they are situated.
R D S - T M C T R A F F I C I N F O R M AT I O N 23

CONSULTING OF MESSAGES FILTERING BY INCIDENT


This menu gives you access to the list of This choice lets you select the nature
messages. of the incidents of which you wish to be
Note : informed :
• Certain of these messages may offer you • Those to do with roads, such as traffic
a diversion from your route, depending on conditions, roads closed or vehicle size
the TMC information received (it is neces- restrictions, and/or.
sary for you to have selected the “traffic • Those concerning the town where you
info” guidance option). If you accept one are, such as parking, public transport or
of these messages, then the NaviDrive demonstrations.
offers you a diversion and recalculates Whether you are able to access this informa-
your itinerary. You can then choose tion depends on its availability.
whether or not to accept the offer.
Remark :
• A message is sent to you when the deci- If you do not select an incident, you will not
sion is imminent. You are informed again NAV 4. b receive any TMC traffic information.
as you approach the junction.
Tip : FILTERING TMC INFORMATION GEOGRAPHICAL FILTER
It is possible to consult a message by select- This menu gives you access to :
This choice lets you select an area for inci-
ing a symbol present on the map. For this, • Activation/deactivation of the itiner- dents (radius of 3 to 20000 km) of which you
in the “Map” menu select “Move the map” ary filter. In navigation, it lets you select wish to be informed :
then the symbol. only those incidents that are located on
the guidance itinerary and in the relevant • Those happening around your vehicle
traffic direction. and/or.
• Filtering by incident. This allows you to • Those at a location to be selected.
select only certain types of incident (all The two filters can be cumulative. The radius
selected by default). value is then common to both.
• Geographical filter. This lets you select
only the incidents that have occurred
around the vehicle and/or around a given
location.
Remark :
The different filters can be cumulative.
• Choice of TMC station. This allows you
to select another station that broadcasts
RDS-TMC information.
24 AUDIO

SELECTION OF SOURCE TEMPORARY SOUND PAUSE


Press on button B or 5 to select the audio Press simultaneously on buttons 4 and 6
source : Radio, CD, CD changer or MP3. at the steering wheel to activate this func-
tion.
VOLUME ADJUSTMENT The sound will be paused, regardless of
Rotate the control C to increase or decrease the source selected. The permanent audio
the sound volume. sources (radio, CD, CD changer, MP3)
You can also increase or decrease the remain cut off, but not the others (guidance
volume using controls 4 and 6 at the steer- instructions for example).
ing wheel. To restore sound, press any of the buttons
on the control panel.
Note :
• The sound volume when you switch off
NaviDrive will be the same when you SOUND ADJUSTMENTS
switch it on again. Each press on button U brings up the param-
• The sound volume is automatically cor- eter to be adjusted : choice of predefined AUD
rected according to vehicle speed if the sound ambiances, bass, treble, loudness,
“speed-sensitive volume”function is fade (front/rear sound distribution), balance PRINCIPAL AUDIO MENU
active. (left/right sound distribution) and volume Press on P then use the control G to select
adjusted to vehicle speed. the Audio icon in order to access the follow-
• The sound volume adjustment operates ing choices. :
independently for each audio source. Control G allows you to modify the value of
Thus volume can be varied according to the parameter displayed. • Activate/deactivate the RDS search
the sound source. Note : function in FM.
• The value chosen is automatically • Activate/deactivate the regional search
accepted, without any need for valida- mode in FM.
tion. • Activate/deactivate the display ofRa-
• The selection of a particular sound ambi- dio Text, broadcast by the radio station
ence automatically adjusts the bass and if available (“RT” displays at the bottom
treble. of the screen).
• Adjustment of bass and treble is avail- • Activate/deactivate the display of
able only if you have selected the sound CD MP3 detail.
ambiance “None”. You change from one source to another by
• Adjustments of bass, treble and loud- pressing button B or control 5 at the steer-
ness, when available, are specific to each ing wheel.
sound source.
R ADIO SOURCE 25

NOTES ON RADIO RECEPTION MANUAL SEARCH


Your Navidrive system will be subject to A short press on one of the buttons H or I,
phenomena not encountered by your equip- will respectively increase or decrease the
ment you have at home. The reception of AM displayed frequency.
and FM signals may suffer from interference, By keeping button H or I pressed, you will
which is caused by the nature and propaga- be able to scroll through the waveband.
tion of the signals and does not reflect on the Scrolling stops as soon as a station is found.
quality of your radio installation. NaviDrive remains tuned to the frequency
In AM, the reception may be affected when displayed.
passing under power lines or bridges, or
when travelling through tunnels. MANUAL PRE-SETTING
In FM mode, the reception may be affected by Select the waveband and memory bank
the distance from the station transmitter, the required using button R.
reflecting of signals off obstacles (mountains, Select a station using either automatic or
hills, tower blocks) and radio blackspots (no manual search.
coverage from the station transmitter).
Keep pressing for more than two seconds
C O NTE X T UA L M EN U FO R R A D I O on one of the pre-selection buttons 1 to 6
SOURCE S ELECTION OF FREQUENCIES AND on the keypad W.
A press on G while listening to the radio MEMORY BANKS A window opens on the screen, the station is
permits you to : By repeated presses on button R, the memorised as it is displayed on the memory
• Enter the desired frequency. NaviDrive changes successively between number you have given it.
• Activate/deactivate the RDS search the memory banks FM1, FM2 and FMast,
function in FM. corresponding to FM frequencies, and to
the memory bank MW/LW, corresponding
• Activate/deactivate the regional search to AM frequencies.
mode in FM.
• Activate/deactivate the display of
Radio Text, broadcast by the radio station
if available (“RT” displays at the bottom
of the screen).
26 R ADIO SOURCE

AUTOMATIC SEARCH AUTOMATIC MEMORISATION OF TRANS-


A short press on one of the buttons M or N MITTERS (AUTOSTORE FUNCTION)
will tune into higher or lower radio stations In FM, if you keep pressing for more than
respectively, within the chosen waveband. two seconds on button R, your Navi-Drive
By keeping one of the buttons M or N will automatically memorise the 6 strongest
pressed, you can scroll continuously through transmitters on the FMast memory bank.
the waveband. The scrolling will stop at NaviDrive memorises the 6 strongest trans-
the first station it finds once the button is mitters by deleting the 6 previously memo-
released. rised.
You can also do this by means of controls 2 After the memorisation, NaviDrive goes
and 3 at the steering wheel. immediately to memory 1 of the FMast
If NaviDrive did not manage to capture a memory bank.
station on a frequency known to you (recep- Note :
tion very weak), you can perform a manual • If the traffic information function has been
search for this station. activated (see RDS SYSTEM), the stations
offering this facility will be memorised
S EARCHING FOR A STATION IN A TUNING SENSITIVITY as priority.
SORTED LIST Automatic searches can be carried out • If it is unable to memorise any new sta-
To search for a station in a sorted list, your according to two levels of sensitivity : tions, the system will retain the previously
installation periodically updates the list of • To capture the most powerful transmit- memorised stations.
the stations received around your vehicle. ters, choose the local search mode “LO” If the system is unable to find 6 stations,
It shows you what stations are available, (default option). the unfilled memor y slots will remain
first in alphabetical order, then by frequency • To capture the weakest or most distant unchanged.
in ascending order if the names are not transmitters, choose the sensitive search
known. mode “DX”.
To access this list, give a short press on Search for a station is done fi rst in “LO”
button T. (local) sensitivity, then in “DX” (distant)
This list is updated automatically every 10 sensitivity.
minutes. To commence a search in sensitivity “DX”
You can update this list at any time, by giv- (distant) immediately , press twice in succes-
ing a long press on button T when the list is sion on one of the buttons M or N.
displayed on the multifunction screen.
R A DIO SOURCE - RDS SYSTEM 27

RECALL OF PRE-SET STATIONS SCANNING OF RDS STATIONS REGIONAL SEARCH MODE


A short press on one of the pre-selection NaviDrive keeps the best possible recep- Some stations when they are organised
buttons 1 to 6 on the keypad W recalls the tion. in a network in the different regions that
corresponding memorised station. It continuously looks for any other frequen- they serve, transmit programmes that are
If it is a RDS station, the frequency appears cies on which the selected radio station different at certain times and the same at
some seconds before the name appears. is broadcast, automatically choosing the other times.
For RDS stations, recall of a station may frequency offering the best reception (if It is possible to search :
prompt a search of the frequency correspond- the station broadcasts on more than one • Either for a regional station only.
ing to the region where you are located. transmitter or frequency). • Or across the whole network in order to
This operation can also be performed using Activation or deactivation of the function can find a different programme.
the control 1 at the steering wheel. be accessed via the “AUDIO” main menu or Activation or deactivation of the function can
via the “RADIO” contextual menu. be accessed via the “AUDIO” main menu or
USING THE RDS (R
RADIO DATA SYSTEM) The display will indicate : via the “RADIO” contextual menu.
FUNCTION ON FM • RDS, if the function is active and available Note :
for the station chosen. • If the function is active, NaviDrive will
The majority of FM stations use the RDS
system. • RDS barred on the monochrome display not change from one regional station to
or RDS shaded on the colour display, another.
This system enables such stations to transmit when the function is activated but not
non-audible data in addition to the broadcast- • If the function is non-active, NaviDrive
available on the station. will choose the strongest frequency from
ing of their programmes.
If the station you have selected does not among different stations.
The data provides access to various func- broadcast on different frequencies in the
tions described in this chapter, such as: areas in which you are travelling, it is possible
intermittent traffic information flashes, to deactivate the automatic RDS transmission
display of the station name and automatic scanning function.
station scanning.
RDS enables you to continue listening to
your chosen radio station, regardless of the
different frequencies it uses in the regions
through which you are travelling.
28 RDS SYSTEM

TA INFORMATION (TRAFFIC
TRAFFIC INFOR Note : S OUND VOLUME ADJUSTMENT FOR
• You have to be in FM wave band.
ANNOUNCEMENTS) TRAFFIC INFORMATION
• During station search phases or auto-
Some stations allow broadcasting of these matic memorisation phases, if the “TA” TA The sound volume for traffi c information
messages thanks to the “TA” TA function. function is active, the transmitters that operates separately from that for the rest
You can activate this function by pressing are compatible with the broadcasting of the system, and can be adjusted inde-
button S. Your system allows you to receive of these messages will be captured or pendently.
traffic information flashes from an FM station memorised first. Rotate control C while a traffic information
which broadcasts them, even though you • The station being listened to should indi- message is being broadcast.
are listening to another radio programme cate via the RDS system that it broadcasts This volume adjustment is memorised.
not itself providing traffic information, or to traffic information.
another audio source. R ADIO TEXT VIA CONTEXTUAL MENU
• Stations organised in a network (EON)
The display will indicate “TA” provided have regional transmitters sending their If you are in radio source, a press on the
the function is activated and the station is own programmes. While listening to one control G lets you call up the Radio con-
compatible with these messages ; “TA” TA will of these stations you can switch to any textual menu to select “Radio Text Read”
be barred on the monochrome display and station on the network that is broadcasting (for a brief display of information broadcast
shaded on the colour display, when the sta- traffic information messages. by the station about the programme being
tion is not compatible. listened to) (for example : name of singer,
• During the broadcast of a message you
While traffic announcements are being can stop listening to it by pressing but- title of song, etc.).
broadcast, the original radio programme, or ton S, the “TA”
TA function remains active.
audio source being played, is paused. When
the messages are finished, your NaviDrive
will revert automatically to the musical pro-
gramme originally being listened to.
RDS SYSTEM 29

SELECTING A PROGRAMME TYPE SEARCHING FOR A STATION BROAD- PRE-SETTING A STATION BROADCAST-
Certain stations allow you to choose to CASTING THIS PROGRAMME TYPE ING THIS PROGRAMME TYPE
listen to a particular type of programme Once you have selected the programme Search to select a station.
selected from the available list, for example type, validate to start a search. While it is broadcasting, keep one of the
as below : NaviDrive will settle on the first transmitter pre-selection buttons 1 to 6 on the keypad W
News Sciences
broadcasting this type of programme. If none pressed for more than two seconds.
can be found, the system will return to the To recall the pre-set programme type, press
Current affairs Various station it was originally tuned to and then the corresponding button.
quit the PTY function.
Services Pop music
QUITTING PTY MODE
Sport Rock music To quit this function, press on button S for
Education Folk music more than two seconds, then NaviDrive will
revert to normal mode.
Fiction Light music
Culture Other music
Weather Leisure
Economy Jazz
Children Country
Social affairs National
Religion Old favourites
Discussion Traditional
Travel Documentary

Press for more than two seconds on the S


button.
Rotate control G to select the desired pro-
gramme type.
30 CD SOURCE

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS SELECTING CD SOURCE EJECTING A CD


For safety, do not use a CD player if the After inserting a CD, with the printed side Press button A to eject the CD, the NaviDrive
cabin temperature is higher than +60 °C or facing upwards, the player will start playing changes automatically to radio source.
lower than -10° C. the CD automatically. If the CD is not removed within 10 to 15
If the temperature becomes too high, an If there is a CD already inserted, press seconds of being ejected, it will automatically
automatic safety device will prevent the on button B until you have the source you be taken back into the CD player, although
CD player from working until an acceptable require. You can also do this by means of it will not be played.
temperature is restored. control 5 at the steering wheel.
Remarks : SELECTING A TRACK
HANDLING COMPACT DISCS • Before inserting a CD, always check Press button M once to play the next
Do not drop them. Store the CDs so that they that no CD is already there by pressing track.
are kept of dust. Avoid touching the disc sur- on A. Press button N once to return to the beginning
face as any scratches may adversely affect • If the navigation CD-ROM is inserted, of the track currently being played, press a
the sound quality. Do not attach any stickers it is not possible to listen to a CD in CD second time to go back to the start of the
to the discs. Do not write on them. Do not use source. previous track.
damaged or deformed discs. Do not expose Press the buttons successively to skip sev-
them to heat or direct sunlight. eral tracks at a time.
Note : This can also be done using control T. If
Some cut CDs cannot be read by your equip- the list of tracks is displayed on the screen,
ment (quality, speed of recording, etc.). select the desired track using buttons H or I
If the surface of the compact disc is dirty, it or control G, validating with the latter.
can be wiped with a soft, clean cloth. Always You can also do this by means of the controls
wipe from the centre of the disc outwards. 2 and 3 at the steering wheel.

FAST FORWARD AND RAPID REVERSE


WITH ACCELERATED SOUND
To move swiftly through the CD, press and
keep pressed button M or N, respectively for
fast forward or rapid reverse with acceler-
ated sound.
Play resumes as normal when the button
is released.
CD SOURCE 31

PLAYBACK OF CD MP3
After inserting a CD MP3, the playback of the
first song of the first CD-cover commences.
You can select the track you wish to listen to
via M or N or the CD-cover via H or I.
If a CD MP3 is already inserted, press
on button B until you reach the source
required.
Remark :
If the navigation CD is present, it is not pos-
sible to listen to a CD MP3.

TO SELECT A TRACK
To display the list of CD-covers, press on
button T.
CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR CD Use buttons H or I to select the CD-cover CONTEXTUAL MENU FOR MP3
you wish to listen to.
SOURCE When you are in MP3 source, a press on the
To open a CD-cover, press G. control G allows you to activate or deactivate
If you are in CD source, a press on control G Use buttons M or N to select the track you
allows you to call up the contextual menu, the following functions :
wish to listen to. • Playback of the start of each track
for activating or deactivating the following
functions : Validate with a press on G. of the CD.
• Playback of the start of each track • Random playback of all the tracks of
of the CD. the CD.
• Random playback. • Repetition of the tracks of the current
• Programming of a sequence for play- CD-cover.
back of tracks.

Your audio equipment enables you to listen to music which is usually rights-protected accord-
ing to national and international conventions. Please consult these and respect them.
Your CD player is MP3-compatible in accordance with iso 9660 and formats MP3, MPEG -
, MPEG 2 and MPEG 2.5 layer 3. It can handle transmission speeds of 32 to 320 kbits/s
and playback of 8 to 48 kHz.
32 CD CHANGER SOURCE

CD CHANGER SOURCE For handling of CDs and user precautions, SELECTING A TRACK
This equipment, if present, comprises a CD proceed as for CD Source (page 30. Press button M once to play the next
changer Z located in the central console, track.
able to accommodate 5 discs. SELECTING CD CHANGER SOURCE Press button N once to return to the beginning
Press successively on button B, until the of the track currently being played, press a
INSERTING CDS INTO THE MAGAZINE desired source is obtained. second time to go back to the start of the
Inser t the CDs with the printed side You can also do this by means of control 5 previous track.
upwards. at the steering wheel. Press the buttons successively to skip sev-
eral tracks at a time.
Note :
• Each compartment takes one disc only. SELECTING A CD This can also be done using control T. If the
Press on one of the pre-selection buttons 1 list of tracks is displayed on the screen, select
• The CD changer will not operate if discs the desired track using buttons M or N or
are inserted the wrong way up. to 5 on the keypad W to choose the CD that
you wish to listen to. control G, validating with the latter.
Press button H to play the previous CD, or You can also do this by means of the controls
REMOVING DISCS button I to play the next CD. 2 and 3 at the steering wheel.
To remove a CD, give a long press on the
corresponding button. The CD will start to play automatically. This
operation can also be performed using the CONTEXTUAL MENU
control 1 at the steering wheel. If you are in CD source, a press on control G
After each change of source, on return to CD allows you to call up the contextual menu,
changer source, playback will resume at the for activating or deactivating the following
same point where it had been interrupted. functions :
• Random playback.
FAST FORWARD AND RAPID REVERSE • Playback of the start of each track
WITH ACCELERATED SOUND of the CD.
To move swiftly through the CD, press and • Repetition of the current CD.
keep pressed button M or N, respectively for • Display of the list of tracks on the
fast forward or rapid reverse with acceler- CD.
ated sound. Play resumes as normal when Remark : The CD changer (if there is one)
the button is released. is not MP3 compatible.
TRIP COMPUTER 33

ODB ODB 1 ODB 2

TRIP COMPUTER MAIN MENU TRIP COMPUTER CONFIGURATION DIAGNOSIS


press on P, then on the control G select the This menu allows you to : This menu allows you to :
Trip Computer icon and validate to have • Enter a distance to destination, if no • Display the log of alerts. This gives you
access to the following choices : guidance is active (otherwise this informa- a list of the most recent alerts which have
• Trip computer configuration. tion is given by the navigation system). been signalled to you by a message on
• Diagnosis. • Modify the units, °C or °F, km and litres the multifunction screen, whether or not
• Status of functions. or miles and gallons. accompanied by the lighting of one of the
alert warning lamps.
CONTEXTUAL MENU • Display the level of charge of the sys-
tem back-up battery. The latter enables
When you see one of the types of trip compu- you to make an emergency call should
ter information displayed on the multifunction there be a disconnection of the vehicle's
screen, press on the control G so as to be main battery.
able to access the functions :
• Display the status of the GPS coverage.
• Log of alerts. This enables you to see how many satel-
• Distance to destination. lites are available, as well as the status
• Status of functions. of the location of your vehicle.
Remark :
The back-up battery has a life of 4 years. It
must be disposed of by a specialist operator,
never thrown into the public refuse.
National regulations should be consulted
and complied with.
34 DIRECTORY

REP 1 REP 2

The directory can contain up to 396 files MAIN DIRECTORY MENU MANAGING DIRECTORY FILES
spread over 4 independent sub-direc- Press on P then, using control G, select This menu allows you to :
tories (“User 1”, “User 2”, “User 3” and
“User 4”).
the DIRECTORY icon and validate to have • Consult or modify a file, to select the
access to the following choices : file you wish to consult or edit.
On delivery of the system, the current direc- • Directory file management, to consult,
tory is by default the directory “User 4”. • Add a file, to enter the name for the new
modify, add a file, or to delete one file file, select on the file the short version
One file can contain : or all files. you wish to use, then validate and enter
• An address. • Directory configuration to select a the information.
• Five telephone nos.. directory, define the start directory (current • Delete a file, to select the file you wish
• Five e-mails. directory ) and to name the directories. to delete.
• A note. • File transfer, this allows you: : • Delete all the files in a directory.
• A voice label for use in voice com- - To move, by infrared, files in Navid- Tip :
mands. rive Vcard format to and from nomad To be able to use the content of a file in
The address is entered by inputting the town equipment. navigation, create this file by entering the
and the street. - To exchange information with a SIM address, or the stored information, via the
Note : card inserted in the Navidrive. Navigation function.
If you enter the address in the absence of
the navigation CD-ROM, you will not be able
to use this address for navigation.
DIRECTORY 35

REP 3. a REP 3. b

When they are created, the files are stored TRANSFER FILES EXCHANGE WITH THE SIM CARD
in the current directory, notably for use in This menu allows you : This menu allows you :
voice commands.
• Exchange by infrared between the • To send all the files to the SIM card, from
NaviDrive and nomad equipment by the current directory of your NaviDrive.
VOICE LABEL means of an infrared port, of all or some • To send a file to the SIM card, from the
You can record a voice label linked to a file of the files in the current directory. current directory of your NaviDrive.
by selecting and validating the icon a, then • E xchang e b et ween t he SI M c ard • To receive all the fi les from the SIM
pronouncing the voice label twice. (inser ted in the NaviDrive) and the card into the current directory of your
Next, the voice label can be used in voice NaviDrive, of all or only one of the files NaviDrive.
commands for the telephone (say “call” then it contains. • To receive one file from the SIM card into
the voice label) or for navigation (say “guide the current directory of your NaviDrive.
to” then the voice label), provided that the EXCHANGE OF A FILE BY INFRARED
address entered in the file has been entered Reminder :
in conjunction with the navigation CD-ROM After selection of the menu “File transfer” When you transfer a file from the NaviDrive
and is in the current directory. and of the direction of this transfer, you must to the SIM card, only the first number on the
initiate the exchange by showing simultane- file is recorded.
ously in front of the infrared port the nomad
equipment on which you have started the Remark :
transfer (refer to the instructions for this The SIM card represents an independent
equipment). A message confirms to you that source of information: the telephone nos. can
the exchange can gone through correctly. be consulted in the current directory.
36 T E L E P H O N E A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S

WHAT IS THE TELEPHONE FUNCTION • If you have a twin card it is necessary,


The telephone function consists of a GSM on first installation or when updating your
telephone incorporated in NaviDrive. directory, to insert the SIM card from
your mobile telephone, then to transfer
The GSM telephone has a “hands free” the information on it into the NaviDrive
function, provided by a microphone located directory. See the Main Menu for the
in the front interior lamp, and controls at the Directory.
steering wheel giving you access to most of
the functions.
Remark :
ENTER THE PIN CODE
As with any mobile telephone, your vehicle NaviDrive can definitively memorise the
telephone operates on the existing cellular PIN code of a SIM card. This memorisation
and terrestrial networks, and so a connection having been accepted, your PIN code will be
cannot be guaranteed on every occasion. required only once, at the first entry.
Priority on safety : Enter your PIN code using the buttons on
the keypad W, then validate by pressing
Do not allow yourself to be distracted while the control G or alternatively button # on
you are driving. Observe the national leg- the keypad W.
islation currently in force. We recommend MULTIFUNCTION SCREEN DISPLAY
the driver to stop the vehicle to continue a Remark : When you are not engaged on a telephone
telephone conversation or to perform cer- After three errors in trying to enter the code, call, the display tells you if you have voice
tain actions (selecting a number manually, your telephone will be blocked. You will messages or text messages (SMS) incoming,
for example). then have to enter your deblocking code the length of connection since the last reset
(PUK code). to zero and the status of your telephone.
INSERTING AND REMOVING THE SIM The PUK code is supplied with your SIM During a telephone call, it tells you the time
card by your service provider. The PUK code that has elapsed since the start of the call, as
CARD tolerates 10 successive errors. After this the well as the number (if this option and service
Open the slot L by pressing with the point SIM card will be un-usable. is available) or the name (if recorded in the
of a pencil, or similar, on the opening just Remark : directory) of the person you are speaking
above it L’. Next, insert your SIM card into All the essential types of information asso- with, and the status of your telephone.
the aperture (as indicated on the card) then ciated with a “mobile telephone” can be
reclose the flap. viewed on the multifunction screen..
Remarks :
• You should only remove the SIM card
after NaviDrive has stopped (key in
position S (Steering lock) and the display
switched off.
T E L E P H O N E A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S 37

USING THE KEYPAD


Each press on one of the buttons of the
keypad W lets you :
• Select a name commencing with the
letter chosen, either in the directory or in
the SIM card.
• Scroll down the characters, until you reach
the one you need.
[1] 1 or space with a short press in text entry
(SMS)
[2] 2 or A B C 2 or a b c 2
[3] 3 or D E F 3 or d e f 3
[4] 4 or G H I 4 or g h i 4
[5] 5 or J K L or j k l 5 TEL
[6] 6 or M N O 6 or m n o 6
[7] 7 or P Q R S 7 or p q r s 7 M AIN MENU FOR TELEPHONE AND CONTEXTUAL MENU
[8] 8 or T U V 8 or t u v 8 TELEMATIC SERVICES Making a call
[9] 9 or W X Y Z 9 or w x y z 9 Press on P then use the control G to select Press on button D to display the telephone
[0] In text entry (SMS) the TELEPHONE AND TELEMATIC SERV- contextual menu.
Short press : Space then 0 ICES icon and validate to have access to the This menu allows you to :
Long press : Space following choices : • Access the calls list.
In dialling • Call. • Enter a number.
Short press : 0 • Services,, for access to NaviDrive and • Access the directory.
CITROËN services. • Access your voicemail (messaging from
Long press : +
• Telephone functions, to adjust all your your GSM operator.
[#] In dialling telephone functions.
Short press : # Remark :
• Text messages (SMS), to enable you A long press on control 5 at the steering
[*] In text entry (SMS) to manage all the text messaging func-
Short press : Deletion of the last wheel brings up a contextual menu with
tions (SMS). the calls list, the current directory and the
character
voicemail.
Long press : Progressive deletion of
the complete line
In dialling
Short press : *
Long press : Deletion of the last
character
38 T E L E P H O N E A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S

TEL 1

CALL A NUMBER MAKING A CALL TO A STORED RECEIVING A CALL


To call a number, carry out one of the fol- NUMBER When receiving a call, announced by a ring-
lowing actions : Select the function giving you access to your ing tone, you can choose :
• Select “Call” in the menu Telephone and directory or to the calls list (the 20 most recent • To accept it by pressing button D or con-
telematic services, then compose the incoming or outgoing calls). These only figure trol 5 at the steering wheel or by validat-
number using the keyboard W. in the calls list if the person calling does not ing the “YES” function in the “Respond”
• Press on button D to start the dialling, or withhold the number. menu.
select the function “OK”. After selecting the number you wish to call, • To refuse the call by pressing button Q
• Say “Call” then the voice label from a file press on either button D or control G to or by selecting and validating the “NO”
that includes a telephone number. connect the call. function in the “Respond” menu.
• Use the current directory. Reminder : If you have accepted the call, when you
A long press on control 5 at the steering In the directory there are two groups of finish the call press button Q or control 5 at
wheel brings up a contextual menu with memorised numbers accessible, one from the steering wheel, to end the call.
the calls list, the current directory and the current directory of NaviDrive and one
the voicemail. from the SIM card.The numbers contained
• With Telephone and Telematic Services in the latter are preceded by a “SIM card”
displayed, press on button G to have symbol.
access to the calls list.
T E L E P H O N E A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S 39

• NaviDrive Services,, for access to the Note :


list of telematic services from CITROËN • This transfer necessitates a callback (con-
(e.g. Customer Service, choice of a des- sult your telephone service operator.
tination, fuel consumption monitoring, • For optimum operation of services, it is
sport, current affairs, finance, weather, recommended to insert the principal SIM
horoscope, travel, games, etc.) depending card into the NaviDrive.
on availability. If you have a special Service Contract,
• Messages received, messages relating refer to the general conditions described in
to the benefits of your specific Service the contract.
Contract. A green diode flashes on the NaviDrive
control panel as soon as you commence the
EMERGENCY CALL emergency call procedure, then it comes on
In the
he ab
absence of a subscription tto the permanently when the call is picked up by
CITROËN Emergency service, the V but- the rescue services.
TEL 2
ton is configured for making calls to the The same warning lamp flashes or illuminates
number 112, this being a standard number permanently in orange should it detect a
THE SERVICES reserved by the European GSM network for malfunction in the telephone's emergency
emergency calls. calls function.
This menu, depending on the contracts
subscribed to, allows you to choose one of For this call, a valid SIM card must be Remarks :
the following services : present, permitting the sending and receiv- • If you have a specific Service contract, the
ing of telephone calls and SMS messages. services can then be localised by means
• CITROËN on line,, giv giving you direct con- You also need to be in an area that has
tact with the CITROËN Customer Contact of GPS. You can check the activation of
GSM coverage. this localisation with a long press on P
Centre and access to the services on offer
(such a call will be overridden if an emer- followed by selection of “Configuration
gency or breakdown call is made. TWIN SIM CARD of services”. If the emergency services
For better peace of mind, offers of twin SIM appear activated, you can then be local-
• CITROËN Assistance, giving you direct ised. Otherwise, you are not localised.
contact
tact with
wi the Call Centre handling the cards (available in some countries from
CITROËN breakdown service, for the certain service operators) give you two SIM • If the emergency services appear acti-
fastest possible recovery. cards for a standard price, a single number vated but you have not subscribed to a
and single messaging. Calls arrive as prior- Service contract and do not wish to be
You have a few seconds to cancel this ity on your principal line. In the absence of localised,
lised, make co
contact with your usual
call once it has been made. This call can a reply, calls are transferred automatically CITROËN dealer.
also be made by giving a long press on to the equipment that is using the second
button E. While making an assistance SIM card.
call, it is impossible to make other calls
apart from an emergency call. If you
have subscribed to a specific Services
contract, your GPS position is relayed to
the assistance centre.
40 T E L E P H O N E A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S

TEL 3 TEL 4 TEL 4. b

TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS TEXT MESSAGING (SMS) SENDING A TEXT MESSAGE (SMS)


This menu gives you access to the following This menu allows you to read, send, and In the menu “Text messages (SMS)”, vali-
functions : edit SMS messages and to delete the list date the function “Production of an SMS”,
• Network, to select the network search of them. and enter your SMS via the keypad.
mode and to view the networks avail- Normally, your server centre number is You can then :
able. configured automatically depending on your • Either record the message for later use
• Length of calls, to consult the call length network operator. by validating in the “OK” function.
counters and the reset to zero. To modify it, select the menu “Telephone and • Or send it by validating in the “Send”
• Managing the SIM card, for modifying Telematic Services”, then “Text messages function.
the PIN code and deleting the list of calls (SMS)” and “Number of server centre” for Then compose the destination number or
and text messages (SMS). entering and recording the latter. select it either in the directory or in the calls
• Call options, for configuring calls by Any text message composed prior to the list. Then send it.
whether or not you withhold your number, recording of this number, will be deleted
for hanging up automatically after X rings, and not sent.
for defining ring tones and callback for
SMS and for deleting the calls log.
T E L E P H O N E A N D T E L E M AT I C S E R V I C E S 41

Note : REPLYING TO AN SMS


• SMS messages that have been stored or After reading a text message, you can :
deferred can be consulted at any time.
• Reply directly to the sender by selecting
To access them, press on button P, select “Respond”. A screen appears automati-
“Telephone and Telematic Services” cally to return your message.
then the function “SMS text-messages”
and validate the function “Reading of • Record the number of the SMS sender
SMS messages received”. Then move in into your current directory, by selecting
the list to be able to select and validate the “Record”.
message you wish to read. The number of
SMS messages unread is indicated.
• If the voice synthesiser function is active,
as soon as the message is displayed, it will
be read out by the voice synthesiser.

RECEIVING AN SMS
A sound signal (if the ringing option for SMS
messages is active) and a superimposed
window tell you of the arrival of an SMS.
You can then :
• Either read the SMS by selecting and
validating “YES”.
• Or defer reading it by selecting and vali-
dating “NO” or by pressing button J or by
waiting for the superimposed window to
disappear.
42 C O N F I G U R AT I O N

CFG CFG 1 CFG 2

CONFIGURATION MAIN MENU DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS DISPLAY CONFIGURATION


Press on P then on the control G. Select This menu which depends on the level of This menu enables you to access the follow-
the Configuration icon and validate to gain equipment on your vehicle enables you to ing functions (insert the navigation CD-ROM
access to the following choices : activate/deactivate or to adjust the following if necessary) :
• Define the vehicle parameters. functions : • Choice of colours (colour screen), for
• Display configuration. • Screen wipe, to activate/deactivate (with choosing one of the colours available
a press on G) the automatic triggering for the display.
of rear screen wipe when engaging • Adjust brightness, to adjust brightness
reverse gear. and contrast and video display.
• Lighting configuration, to activate/deac- • Sound, for adjusting the voice synthesiser
tivate (with a press on G) the automatic (for the female/male voice parameter),
lighting of headlamps and/or the guide- activation/deactivation of voice com-
me-home lighting. mands.
• International parameters, for adjust-
ing the date and the time (12 or 24 hour
format, adjustment of minutes on GPS)
and the units of measurement (metric
or imperial).
• Choose language, to choose the lan-
guage for the voice synthesiser and
displays.
MAP 43

GENERAL
When the map is displayed, you can use
either of two functioning modes :
The mode “Follow vehicle on map”, which
shows you the movement of the vehicle on
the map, and the mode “Select - Move on
map”, which allows you to define a particular
spot by moving a pointer.
The map can be displayed either on the right
of the screen as in the other applications, or
full screen enlarged. MODE “FOLLOW VEHICLE ON MAP” M ODE “S ELECTION – M OVE ON
Remarks : This mode enables you to view the vehicle MAP”
• By default, the map displays in mode centred on the map, whether or not guid- This mode enables you :
“Follow vehicle on map”. ance is active. • To move on the map in all four directions :
• The change of the mode “Follow vehicle The map has a zoom function which can North, South, East and West, using
on map” to the mode “Move on map” is alter the scale of the map. To vary the buttons H, I, M and N. The movement can
made via the Map main menu or using scale from 50 m / cm to 200 km / cm, rotate be speeded up by keeping the appropriate
the Navigation contextual menu with a the control G. button pressed down.
press on the control G. Remarks : • To select a point on the map by moving
• The change the other way is made using • In this mode, a validation on control G the latter in order, after a press on G,
the Contextual Menu for the mode “Move brings up the Navigation contextual to be guided towards this point, to have
on map”. menu. information on it, or to memorise it.
• The more precise scale allows you to see Remarks :
one-way systems. • In this mode, the zoom is also available
and the map is always full screen, oriented
to North.
• In this mode, a validation on the control G
displays the Map contextual menu.
• In this mode, the symbol for the nearest
Centre of Interest is displayed.
44 MAP

Tip :
Among the details of the map, you can select
(depending on the country where the vehicle
was marketed and on the availability of the
service) the display of radar zones or high-
accident zones.

CAR

MAP MAIN MENU CONTEXTUAL MENU


Press on P then use control G to select the This contextual menu displays in mode
Map icon and validate to have access to the “Select - Move on map” :
following choices : • Information on this location, to view
• Move the map, to change to the mode the information on the point of the map
“Select - Move on map”. selected by the cursor.
• Orient the map, to orient the map either • Choose as destination/stage, lets you
to North or to the direction in which the select the location which is pinpointed as
vehicle is moving. a destination or stage provided a guidance
• Centre around the vehicle, to recentre is already in progress.
the map on the vehicle if it no longer • Memorise this location, to memorise
appears on the map. the point selected by the cursor in a file
• Details of the map, for selecting the in the current directory.
points of interest to be displayed using • Exit map mode, changes the map back
symbols on the map (see next page). to the mode “Follow vehicle on map”.
• Memorise the current position, to
display the panel for entering a label for
recording the vehicle's current position in
a file in the current directory.
SY M BO LS FO R CENTRES OF INTEREST 45

PUBLIC AUTHORITIES AND SECURITY SPORTS AND OPEN AIR CENTRES


City hall, City centre Sports centres and complexes

Universities, Colleges, Schools Golf courses

Hospital Skating, Bowling

HOTELS, RESTAURANTS, BUSINESS AND RETAIL PARKS Winter sports

Hotels Parks, gardens

Restaurants Public attractions

Vineyards TRANSPORT AND MOTORING


Supermakets, Shopping malls Airports, flying clubs

Business centre Rail stations, bus stations

CULTURE, TOURISM, ENTERTAINMENT Car hire

Culture, museums and theatres Car parks, rest areas

Tourism, historic monuments Ferry terminals, port areas

Casinos and night life Service stations, garages

Cinemas Radar zones/High-accident zones (depending on the country


of marketing and availability of the service)

Shows, exhibitions CITROËN Dealer or Repairer