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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

1. Audio remote control stalk.

2. Steering lock and ignition.

3. Windscreen wipers/wash-wipe/
trip computer stalk.

4. Instrument dials.

5. Driver’s air bag.


Horn.

6. Gear lever.

7. Handbrake.

8. Electric mirror controls.


Window controls.
Rear window disarming control.

9. Headlamp height adjustment.

10. Side adjustable and closing


vent.

11. Side window demisting vent.

12. Speaker (tweeter) location.

13. Windscreen demisting vents.


INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Steering wheel adjustment
control.
2. Cruise control/speed limiter
switch.
3. Lights and direction indicators
stalk.
4. Alarm button.
Central locking button.
Hazard warning lights switch.
Electronic stability control
(ESP/ASR) button.
Front seat belts unfastening/not
fastened warning light.
5. Multifunction display.
6. Passenger air bag.
7. Glove box/Audio/video sockets/
Fuse box.
8. Bonnet opening control.
9. Panoramic roof shutter switch.
10. 12 volt socket.
11. Front ashtray.
12. Ventilation/air conditioning
controls.
13. CD changer.
14. RD4 audio equipment or RT3
GPS audio/telephone.
15. Central adjustable and closing
vents.
THE REMOTE CONTROL KEY Locking DISARMING THE
Press button B to lock the vehicle. PASSENGER AIR BAG*
This is confirmed by fixed lighting of
the direction indicators for approxi-
mately two seconds.

Unlocking
Press button C to unlock the vehicle.
This is confirmed by rapid flashing of
the direction indicators for approxi-
mately two seconds.

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The remote control permits locking, STARTING
With the ignition off, insert the key
deadlocking, unlocking and locating in the passenger air bag disarming
of the vehicle, as well as folding and switch 1, turn it to the "OFF" posi-
unfolding of the exterior mirrors. tion, then remove the key keeping it
The key allows you to switch on the in this position.
ignition and mechanically and inde-
pendently operate the lock on the As soon as you remove the child
glove box, the fuel filler cap, the pas- seat, turn the air bag switch to the
senger air bag disarming switch and "ON" position to activate the air bag
the child lock. again.
From the driver’s door, the key allows
you to electrically control the locking, Disarming check
deadlocking and unlocking of the With the ignition switched
doors and tailgate and the folding on, illumination of this warn-
and unfolding of the exterior mirrors. 1. STOP position: ing light indicates that the
The ignition is off. passenger air bag is dis-
2. Running position: armed (switch in the "OFF"
position).
The ignition is on and the
accessories can be used. The warning light remains on through-
Unfolding/Folding the key out the duration of disarming.
3. Starting position:
First press button A. Operates the starter. * According to country.
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FRONT SEATS
1. Forwards/backwards
adjustment.
2. Driver or passenger seat height
adjustment.
3. Seat back angle adjustment.
4. "Aircraft" style table.
5. Head restraint height and angle
adjustment.

Never drive with the head


restraints removed.

6. Front removable armrest.


7. Storage drawer.

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RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS

Manual air conditioning

I require...
Air recirculation/Intake
Air distribution Air flow Temperature Manual AC
of exterior air

HOT

COLD

DEMISTING
DE-ICING
DUAL ZONE AUTOMATIC AIR
CONDITIONING
The driver and his front passenger
can each adjust the temperature to
suit their requirements.
It is preferable to use the automatic
mode which optimises all of the func-
tions: temperature, air flow, air distri-
bution and air recirculation.

1. Automatic comfort
programme.

2. Driver’s temperature 5. Air conditioning 8. Air intake/Air


adjustment. On/Off. recirculation.

3. Passenger’s 6. Air distribution 9. Rear screen and


temperature adjustment. mirrors demisting.
adjustment.

4. Automatic visibility 7. Air flow adjustment.  48


programme.
ELECTRIC WINDOWS ELECTRIC MIRRORS STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT
AND DEPTH ADJUSTMENT

1. Driver’s electric window.  Move switch 6 to the right or to


2. Passenger’s electric window. the left to select the mirror to be
3. Rear right electric window. adjusted.
 When stationary, pull handle A to
4. Rear left electric window.  Move switch 7 in all four directions unlock the steering wheel.
5. Disarming the rear window to adjust.  Adjust the height and depth of the
switches.  Return switch 6 to the centre steering wheel.
position.  Lock it by pushing handle A in
When parking the vehicle, the mir- fully.
rors can be folded back electrically
by pulling switch 6 rearwards or auto-
matically on locking the vehicle using  51
Manual operation: the remote control or the key.
 Press or pull the switch lightly.
The window stops as soon as the
switch is released.
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Automatic operation:
 Press or pull the switch firmly. One
touch completely opens or closes
the window.

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LIGHTS STALK WINDSCREEN WIPERS
STALK

The position is indicated on the in- Vehicles fitted with a rear fog
strument panel by the corresponding lamp (ring B) Front
indicator light. 2 Rapid wipe.
Rear fog lamp (rotation 1 Normal wipe.
Front and rear lights (ring A) of the ring forwards)
Lights off. I Intermittent wipe.
0 Off.
AUTO  Automatic wipe
Vehicles fitted with front fog or single wipe.
lamps and a rear fog lamp
Side lights. (ring C) Wash-wipe: pull the stalk towards you.

Front fog lamps (first Rear


rotation of the ring for- Off.
Dipped/Main beam wards)
headlamps.
Front fog lamps and
rear fog lamp (second Intermittent wipe.
Automatic switching on of rotation of the ring for-
lights wards).
Activate or deactivate the
function from the multifunc- Switching off: rotation of the ring Wash-wipe.
tion display configuration rearwards.
menu.

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SPEED LIMITER CRUISE CONTROL

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1. Function Selection/Off. 1. Function Selection/Off. Instrument panel display


2. Decreasing of the speed. 2. Storing of a speed/Decreasing
3. Increasing of the speed. of the stored speed.
4. Activation/Deactivation of the 3. Storing of a speed/Increasing of
system. the stored speed.
The values must be set with the en- 4. Deactivation/Reactivation of the
gine running. cruise control.
In order to be stored or activated,
the vehicle speed must be above
25 mph (40 km/h), with at least fourth
gear engaged on the manual gear-
 102 box (second gear on the automatic
gearbox).

The cruise control or speed limiter


function appears on the instrument
panel when it is activated.
Pressing the button enables you to
 104 alternate between the activated func-
tion display and the distance record-
er displays.
"PORSCHE TIPTRONIC- Gear selection gate VISUAL AND AUDIBLE REAR
SYSTEM" AUTOMATIC PARKING ASSISTANCE
GEARBOX

Move the lever in the gate to select


one of the positions.
Once the position has been selected,
the corresponding indicator light
appears on the instrument panel
display.
1. Gear lever. Starting the engine
2. "SPORT" button
With the handbrake applied, select
3. "SNOW" button. position P or N.
Switch on the ignition. A. Switching on.
Instrument panel display B. Detection.
P: Park. Moving off C. Activation/Deactivation.
R: Reverse. With the engine running, in position Activate or deactivate the
N: Neutral. P or N, with your foot on the brake, system from the multifunction
release the handbrake. display configuration menu.
D: Drive.
Select position R, D or M. When reverse gear is engaged, you
M: Manual mode. are guided by an audible signal and
Gradually release the brake pedal;
S: Sport programme. the vehicle moves off immediately. a graphic, depending on the multi-
: Snow programme. function display, during the reversing
manoeuvre.
1 2 3 4 5* 6*: gears engaged.

* According to model.  99  108


REAR SEATS

Manoeuvring a side seat: Manoeuvring a centre seat: Manoeuvring an additional seat:


- forwards-backwards adjustment (1), - forwards-backwards adjustment (1), - seat back angle adjustment (1),
- seat back angle adjustment (2), - seat back angle adjustment, table - head restraint height adjustment (2),
- head restraint height adjustment (3), position (2), - folding (3),
- folding (4), - head restraint height adjustment (3), - removal/refitting (4).
- removal/refitting (5). - folding (4),
- removal/refitting (5).

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SEAT MODULARITY AND DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS
5 seats 5 seats with centre seat in row 3

6 seats with one additional seat 7 seats with two additional seats

Transportation of long objects with table position Loading of a large volume

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AUDIO REMOTE CONTROL RD4 CONTROL PANEL
STALK

Button (A) LIST REFRESH: displaying and up-


Volume adjustment dating of the list of stations received,
ON/OFF and volume adjustment.
1. Increase by pressing the back of the tracks on the CD.
2. Decrease by pressing the back Keypad (3)
Button (B)
1+2.Cutting off/Restoring of the sound Storing of the radio station.
CD eject.
Search/Selection by pressing Selection of the stored station, of the
3. Higher radio frequency - CD/CD Keypad (1) CD in relation to the position in the
changer: next track MODE: changing of the display of the CD changer.
4. Lower radio frequency - CD/CD permanent application (audio equip- Keypad (4)
changer: previous track ment, trip computer, ...).
ESC (Escape): cancellation of the
DARK: 1st press: black screen under operation in progress.
the banner - 2nd press: completely MENU: displaying of the general
Sound sources black screen - 3rd press: return to menu.
5. Change of sound source the display. Keypad (5)
Access to the telephone displays Keypad (2) Navigator.
SOURCE: change of source between Button (C)
Selection of stations/CD changer radio, CD, CD changer.
CD by rotation TA: traffic information priority on/off.
BAND AST: selection of the frequen-
6. Higher stored station - Next CD cy wavebands. PTY: access to the search by type of
7. Lower stored station - Previous : access to the musical ambience programme.
CD settings.
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PETROL/DIESEL INSTRUMENT PANEL DIALS: MANUAL 18. Passenger air bag disarmed
GEARBOX indicator light*.
19. Dipped beam headlamps
indicator light.
20. Main beam headlamps indicator
light.
21. Front fog lamps indicator light.
22. Rear fog lamp indicator light.
23. Diesel engine preheating light.
24. Engine oil pressure warning light*.
25. Battery charge warning light*.

1. Rev counter. 10. Central STOP warning light.

2. Coolant temperature indicator. 11. Right-hand direction indicator.

3. Low fuel level warning light. 12. Service warning light.


13. Handbrake, brake fluid level
4. Fuel gauge. and electronic brake force
distribution warning light.
5. Speedometer.
14. Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
6. Service indicator, oil level warning light.
indicator, distance recorder and
cruise control/speed limiter. 15. Electronic stability control
(ESP/ASR) warning light.
7. Trip recorder zero reset button.
16. Emission control system
8. Lighting rheostat button. warning light.

9. Left-hand direction indicator. 17. Air bags warning light.


* According to country.
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PETROL-DIESEL SPORT INSTRUMENT PANEL DIALS: MANUAL 18. Air bags warning light.
GEARBOX 19. Passenger air bag disarmed
indicator light*.
20. Dipped beam headlamps
indicator light.
21. Main beam headlamps indicator
light.
22. Front fog lamps indicator light.
23. Rear fog lamp indicator light.
24. Diesel engine pre-heat indicator
light.
25. Engine oil pressure warning light*.
26. Battery charge warning light*.

1. Engine oil temperature indicator. 10. Left-hand direction indicator.


2. Rev counter. 11. Central STOP warning light.
3. Coolant temperature indicator. 12. Right-hand direction indicator.
4. Low fuel level warning light. 13. Service warning light.
5. Fuel gauge. 14. Handbrake, brake fluid level
and electronic brake force
6. Speedometer. distribution warning light.
7. Service indicator, oil level 15. Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
indicator, distance recorder and warning light.
cruise control/speed limiter.
16. Electronic stability control
8. Trip recorder zero reset button. (ESP/ASR) warning light.

9. Lighting rheostat button. 17. Emission control system


warning light. * According to country.
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PETROL INSTRUMENT PANEL DIALS: AUTOMATIC GEARBOX 20. Air bags warning light.
21. Passenger air bag disarmed
indicator light*.
22. Dipped beam headlamps
indicator light.
23. Main beam headlamps indicator
light.
24. Front fog lamps indicator light.
25. Rear fog lamp indicator light.
26. Engine oil pressure warning
light*.
27. Battery charge warning light*.

1. Rev counter. 11. Gear lever position indicator.


2. Coolant temperature indicator. 12. Left-hand direction indicator.

3. Low fuel level warning light. 13. Central STOP warning light.

4. Fuel gauge. 14. Right-hand direction indicator.


15. Service warning light.
5. Speedometer.
16. Handbrake, brake fluid level
6. Service indicator, oil level and electronic brake force
indicator, distance recorder and distribution warning light.
cruise control/speed limiter.
17. Anti-lock braking system (ABS)
7. Trip recorder zero reset button. warning light.
8. Lighting rheostat button. 18. Electronic stability control
(ESP/ASR) warning light.
9. Snow programme indicator light.
19. Emission control system
10. Sport programme indicator light. warning light. * According to country.
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PETROL SPORT INSTRUMENT PANEL DIALS: AUTOMATIC 20. Emission control system
GEARBOX warning light.
21. Air bags warning light.
22. Passenger air bag disarmed
indicator light*.
23. Dipped beam headlamps
indicator light.
24. Main beam headlamps indicator
light.
25. Front fog lamps indicator light.
26. Rear fog lamp indicator light.
27. Engine oil pressure warning light*.
28. Battery charge warning light*.

1. Engine oil temperature indicator. 11. Trip recorder zero reset button.

2. Sport programme indicator light. 12. Lighting rheostat button.

3. Gear lever position indicator. 13. Left-hand direction indicator.

4. Snow programme indicator light. 14. Central STOP warning light.

5. Rev counter. 15. Right-hand direction indicator.

6. Coolant temperature indicator. 16. Service warning light.

7. Low fuel level warning light. 17. Handbrake, brake fluid level
and electronic brake force
8. Fuel gauge. distribution warning light.

9. Speedometer. 18. Anti-lock braking system (ABS)


warning light.
10. Service indicator, oil level
indicator, distance recorder and 19. Electronic stability control
cruise control/speed limiter. (ESP/ASR) warning light. * According to country.
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OPERATION WARNING Service warning light In order to regenerate the filter, you
LIGHTS This light comes on for a are advised to drive at a speed of
few seconds each time the 40 mph (60 km/h) or above for at
A permanently lit warning light or ignition is switched on. If it least five minutes (until the warning
one that flashes with the engine remains on or comes on when the light is switched off) as soon as
running, indicates an operating fault engine is running, accompanied by possible, when traffic conditions
in the relevant unit. Some warning an audible signal and a message on permit. If the warning light remains
lights may be linked to buzzers and the multifunction display, it indicates on, contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
a message on the multifunction dis- one of the following: During regeneration of the particle
play. Do not ignore this warning: emission filter, relay noise may be
contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon - a battery charge fault*, heard from underneath the fascia.
as possible. - an automatic gearbox operation - the presence of water in the diesel
fault, filter (Diesel)*.
If the Central STOP warning light - an engine immobiliser system
comes on when you are driving, Risk of damage to the injection
fault, system.
stop immediately where it is safe
to do so. - an engine management system Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as
fault, soon as possible.
- a speed control system fault (cruise - a low coolant level**.
control/speed limiter),
Central STOP Stop immediately.
- a rear parking assistance system
warning light fault, Warning: wait for the engine to
cool before topping up the level.
This light comes on - an automatic switching on of the The cooling system is pressurised.
for a few seconds lights system fault,
In order to avoid any risk of scalding,
each time the ignition is switched - an automatic headlamp adjustment unscrew the cap by two turns to
on. system fault, allow the pressure to drop. When
It is linked to the "engine oil pres- - a tyre under-inflation detection the pressure has dropped, remove
sure"*, "low brake fluid level" and system fault, the cap and top up the level.
"electronic brake force distribution - a deflated tyre, Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
fault" warning lights and the coolant - a flat remote control battery,
temperature gauge. - one or more door(s) open at a vehicle
Stop immediately if it flashes with speed above 6 mph (10 km/h),
the engine running. - a low diesel additive reservoir level
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer. (Diesel),
- a lack of engine oil,
It also comes on in the event of a
puncture, accompanied by an audible - the start of saturation of the particle
signal and a message on the multi- emission filter (Diesel) due to
function display locating the wheel exceptionally prolonged urban
concerned. driving conditions: low speed, long
traffic jams, ...
* According to country.
** According to engine.
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Handbrake, low brake Anti-lock braking system Emission control system
fluid level and electronic (ABS) warning light warning light
brake force distribution This light comes on for a This comes on each time
fault warning light. few seconds each time the the ignition is switched on.
ignition is switched on. It should switch off a few seconds af-
Linked to the central STOP warning
light. If it remains on or comes on above ter the engine is started.
8 mph (12 kmh), this indicates a mal- If the light comes on when the engine
This comes on for a few seconds each function of the ABS.
time the ignition is switched on. is running, accompanied by an audible
However, the vehicle retains conven- signal and a message on the multifunc-
Illumination of this light is accompanied tional servo-assisted braking. tion display, this indicates a malfunc-
by an audible signal and a message on tion of the emission control system.
the multifunction display indicating: Illumination of this light is accompa-
nied by an audible signal and a mes- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
- that the handrake is applied or has sage on the multifunction display. as possible.
not been released correctly,
- an excessive drop in the brake fluid Contact a PEUGEOT dealer. Air bag warning light
level (if the light remains on even This comes on for a few
with the handbrake released), seconds each time the igni-
- a malfunction of the electronic tion is switched on.
brake force distribution, if linked to Illumination of this warning light, with
the ABS warning light. the engine running, is accompanied by
Stop immediately in the last two cases. Electronic stability an audible signal and a message on
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer. programme (ESP/ASR) the multifunction display indicating:
warning light - a fault in the front air bags,
This comes on for a few or
seconds each time the igni- - a fault in the side air bags or curtain
tion is switched on. air bags.
If the light remains on or comes on Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
when the engine is running and the
vehicle is moving, it is accompanied Passenger air bag
by an audible signal and a message disarmed indicator light*
on the multifunction display; contact This comes on for a few
a PEUGEOT dealer. seconds each time the igni-
When the engine is running and the tion is switched on.
vehicle is moving, it flashes if the If the passager air bag is disarmed,
system is activated. the indicator light remains on.
It is lit continuously when the system In all cases, if the indicator light flash-
is disarmed. es, contact a PEUGEOT dealer.

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Diesel pre-heat light - loose battery or starter terminals, Seat belt unfastened/not fastened
This comes on for a few - a cut or slack alternator belt, warning light
seconds each time the igni- - an alternator fault.
tion is switched on. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
Wait until it goes out before trying the
starter.

Engine oil pressure Low fuel level


warning light* warning light
Linked to the central STOP This comes on for a
warning light. few seconds each
If it comes on with the engine run- time the ignition is
ning, it is accompanied by an audible switched on.
signal and a message on the multi- When this light comes on with the en- When the ignition is switched on, the
function display. gine running, it is accompanied by an light comes on if the driver and/or the
Stop immediately. audible signal and a message on the front passenger has not fastened his
multifunction display. seat belt.
If there is a lack of oil in the lubrica-
tion circuit, top up the level. When the warning light comes on, you With the engine running and the
have enough fuel left to drive approxi- doors closed, the light switches off
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer without mately 30 miles (50 km). The tank ca-
delay. automatically after 30 seconds.
pacity is approximately 60 litres.
If a front seat belt is unfastened:
- below 12 mph (20 km/h), the light
Battery charge warning Engine oil pressure warning* comes on constantly,
light* Linked to the central STOP warning - above 12 mph (20 km/h) and for
This comes on for a few light. two minutes, the light flashes
seconds each time the igni- When the engine is running, the en- accompanied by an audible signal
tion is switched on. gine oil pressure warning message is of increasing volume. Once these
If it comes on with the engine run- accompanied by an audible signal. two minutes have elapsed, the light
ning, it is accompanied by an audible remains on until the driver and/or
Stop immediately. the front passenger fastens his
signal and a message on the multi-
function display. If there is a lack of oil in the lubrica- seat belt.
tion circuit, top up the level.
According to country, this warning
light may be replaced by the service Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
warning light. as possible.
It can indicate:
- faulty operation of the charging
circuit,
* According to country.
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Coolant temperature indicator Engine oil temperature Automatic gearbox lever
indicator positions indicator

Park

Reverse

Neutral

Drive
When the needle is in zone A, the When the engine is running, this indi-
temperature is correct. cates the temperature of the oil.
When the needle is in zone B, the tem- The temperature is too high if the Manual mode:
perature is too high. The central STOP maximum graduation is reached. 1st gear engaged
warning light flashes, accompanied by You must stop immediately.
an audible signal and a message on
the multifunction display. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
You must stop immediately. 2nd gear engaged
Warning: wait for the engine to cool
before topping up the level.
The cooling system is pressurised. 3rd gear engaged
In order to avoid any risk of scalding,
unscrew the cap two turns to allow
the pressure to drop. 4th gear engaged
When the pressure has dropped, re-
move the cap and top up the level.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer. 5th gear* engaged

6th gear* engaged

* According to model.
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In the event of under-revving or over- INSTRUMENT PANEL DISPLAY Service indicator
revving, the gear selected flashes for
a few seconds, then the actual gear This indicates when the next service
engaged is displayed. is due in accordance with the manu-
facturer’s servicing schedule.
The point at which the next service
is due is calculated from the last indi-
cator zero reset (see corresponding
Invalid value during manual section). It is determined by two pa-
operation rameters:
This is displayed if a gear is - the distance travelled,
not engaged correctly (selec- - the time which has elapsed since
tor between two positions). the last service.
Note: the distance remaining before
the next service may be weighted by
the time factor, depending on the us-
er’s driving habits.
After switching on the ignition, three
functions are shown in succession:
- service indicator,
Automatic gearbox indicator - engine oil level indicator, Operation
lights - total distance recorder (total and For 5 seconds after the ignition is
trip distances). switched on, the spanner symbolis-
"SPORT" indicator light ing the servicing operations comes
on; the distance recorder display in-
This comes on when the Note: the total and trip distances are dicates the number of miles [kilome-
"SPORT" programme on displayed for 30 seconds when the tres] (rounded off) remaining until the
the automatic gearbox is ignition is switched off, on opening next service.
selected. the driver’s door, as well as on lock-
ing and unlocking the vehicle. Example: 4,800 miles/km remain
before the next service. For five sec-
onds after the ignition is switched on,
It also displays the information re- the display indicates:
"SNOW" indicator light lating to the cruise control or speed
limiter, when either of these is acti-
This comes on when the vated (see corresponding section).
"SNOW" programme on
the automatic gearbox is
selected.

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5 seconds after the ignition was The service is overdue. Service indicator zero reset
switched on, the distance recorder The service spanner flashes for 5 sec-
resumes its normal operation and onds after the ignition is switched on.
the display indicates the total and trip
distance.
Example: the service is overdue by
300 miles/km, your vehicle must be
serviced as soon as possible.
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the display indicates:

The distance remaining to the


next service is less than 500 miles Your PEUGEOT dealer carries out
(1,000 km). this operation after each service.
Example: 400 miles (900 km) re- However, if you carry out the service
main before the next service. yourself, the re-set procedure is as
For 5 seconds after the ignition is follows:
switched on, the indicator displays:  Switch off the ignition,
 Press and hold the trip recorder
5 seconds after the ignition was re-set button,
switched on, the distance recorder  Switch on the ignition.
resumes its normal operation and
the service spanner remains lit. The The display begins a countdown.
display indicates the total and trip When the display shows "=0", re-
distance. lease the button; the service symbol
disappears.
Note: the service spanner may also Important: after this operation, if you
5 seconds after the ignition was come on if more than two years have wish to disconnect the battery, lock
switched on, the distance recorder elapsed since the last service. the vehicle and wait for at least five
resumes its normal operation and minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
the spanner remains lit. will not be registered.
It indicates that a service must be
carried out soon. The display indi-
cates the total and trip distance.

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Engine oil level indicator Dipstick Lighting rheostat
When the ignition is switched on, the There are 2 marks on the
engine oil level is indicated for a few dipstick:
seconds, after the service information. - never exceed level A,
- in position B, top up the
level via the oil filler cap,
using the type of oil suited
Oil level correct to your engine.

A = max.
B = min.

Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL",
linked with the serv- Trip recorder zero reset
ice warning light, button With the lights on, press the button
accompanied by an to vary the intensity of the lighting of
audible signal and the instruments and controls. When
a message on the the lighting reaches the minimum (or
multifunction display, indicates a lack maximum) setting, release the button
of oil which could damage the engine. then press it again to increase (or re-
duce) the brightness.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by a
check using the dipstick, it is essen- As soon as the lighting is of the re-
tial that the level is topped up. quired brightness, release the button.

Oil level gauge fault


Flashing of "OIL --"
indicates a malfunc-
tion of the engine oil
level gauge.
With the ignition on, press the button
until the zeros appear.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
Pressing the button enables you to
alternate between the distance re-
The level read will only be correct corder and cruise control or speed
if the vehicle is on level ground limiter displays, when either of these
and the engine has been off for is activated.
more than 15 minutes.
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In the event of under-revving or over- INSTRUMENT PANEL DISPLAY Service indicator
revving, the gear selected flashes for
a few seconds, then the actual gear This indicates when the next service
engaged is displayed. is due in accordance with the manu-
facturer’s servicing schedule.
The point at which the next service
is due is calculated from the last indi-
cator zero reset (see corresponding
Invalid value during manual section). It is determined by two pa-
operation rameters:
This is displayed if a gear is - the distance travelled,
not engaged correctly (selec- - the time which has elapsed since
tor between two positions). the last service.
Note: the distance remaining before
the next service may be weighted by
the time factor, depending on the us-
er’s driving habits.
After switching on the ignition, three
functions are shown in succession:
- service indicator,
Automatic gearbox indicator - engine oil level indicator, Operation
lights - total distance recorder (total and For 5 seconds after the ignition is
trip distances). switched on, the spanner symbolis-
"SPORT" indicator light ing the servicing operations comes
on; the distance recorder display in-
This comes on when the Note: the total and trip distances are dicates the number of miles [kilome-
"SPORT" programme on displayed for 30 seconds when the tres] (rounded off) remaining until the
the automatic gearbox is ignition is switched off, on opening next service.
selected. the driver’s door, as well as on lock-
ing and unlocking the vehicle. Example: 4,800 miles/km remain
before the next service. For five sec-
onds after the ignition is switched on,
It also displays the information re- the display indicates:
"SNOW" indicator light lating to the cruise control or speed
limiter, when either of these is acti-
This comes on when the vated (see corresponding section).
"SNOW" programme on
the automatic gearbox is
selected.

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In the event of under-revving or over- INSTRUMENT PANEL DISPLAY Service indicator
revving, the gear selected flashes for
a few seconds, then the actual gear This indicates when the next service
engaged is displayed. is due in accordance with the manu-
facturer’s servicing schedule.
The point at which the next service
is due is calculated from the last indi-
cator zero reset (see corresponding
Invalid value during manual section). It is determined by two pa-
operation rameters:
This is displayed if a gear is - the distance travelled,
not engaged correctly (selec- - the time which has elapsed since
tor between two positions). the last service.
Note: the distance remaining before
the next service may be weighted by
the time factor, depending on the us-
er’s driving habits.
After switching on the ignition, three
functions are shown in succession:
- service indicator,
Automatic gearbox indicator - engine oil level indicator, Operation
lights - total distance recorder (total and For 5 seconds after the ignition is
trip distances). switched on, the spanner symbolis-
"SPORT" indicator light ing the servicing operations comes
on; the distance recorder display in-
This comes on when the Note: the total and trip distances are dicates the number of miles [kilome-
"SPORT" programme on displayed for 30 seconds when the tres] (rounded off) remaining until the
the automatic gearbox is ignition is switched off, on opening next service.
selected. the driver’s door, as well as on lock-
ing and unlocking the vehicle. Example: 4,800 miles/km remain
before the next service. For five sec-
onds after the ignition is switched on,
It also displays the information re- the display indicates:
"SNOW" indicator light lating to the cruise control or speed
limiter, when either of these is acti-
This comes on when the vated (see corresponding section).
"SNOW" programme on
the automatic gearbox is
selected.

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5 seconds after the ignition was The service is overdue. Service indicator zero reset
switched on, the distance recorder The service spanner flashes for 5 sec-
resumes its normal operation and onds after the ignition is switched on.
the display indicates the total and trip
distance.
Example: the service is overdue by
300 miles/km, your vehicle must be
serviced as soon as possible.
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the display indicates:

The distance remaining to the


next service is less than 500 miles Your PEUGEOT dealer carries out
(1,000 km). this operation after each service.
Example: 400 miles (900 km) re- However, if you carry out the service
main before the next service. yourself, the re-set procedure is as
For 5 seconds after the ignition is follows:
switched on, the indicator displays:  Switch off the ignition,
 Press and hold the trip recorder
5 seconds after the ignition was re-set button,
switched on, the distance recorder  Switch on the ignition.
resumes its normal operation and
the service spanner remains lit. The The display begins a countdown.
display indicates the total and trip When the display shows "=0", re-
distance. lease the button; the service symbol
disappears.
Note: the service spanner may also Important: after this operation, if you
5 seconds after the ignition was come on if more than two years have wish to disconnect the battery, lock
switched on, the distance recorder elapsed since the last service. the vehicle and wait for at least five
resumes its normal operation and minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
the spanner remains lit. will not be registered.
It indicates that a service must be
carried out soon. The display indi-
cates the total and trip distance.

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5 seconds after the ignition was The service is overdue. Service indicator zero reset
switched on, the distance recorder The service spanner flashes for 5 sec-
resumes its normal operation and onds after the ignition is switched on.
the display indicates the total and trip
distance.
Example: the service is overdue by
300 miles/km, your vehicle must be
serviced as soon as possible.
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the display indicates:

The distance remaining to the


next service is less than 500 miles Your PEUGEOT dealer carries out
(1,000 km). this operation after each service.
Example: 400 miles (900 km) re- However, if you carry out the service
main before the next service. yourself, the re-set procedure is as
For 5 seconds after the ignition is follows:
switched on, the indicator displays:  Switch off the ignition,
 Press and hold the trip recorder
5 seconds after the ignition was re-set button,
switched on, the distance recorder  Switch on the ignition.
resumes its normal operation and
the service spanner remains lit. The The display begins a countdown.
display indicates the total and trip When the display shows "=0", re-
distance. lease the button; the service symbol
disappears.
Note: the service spanner may also Important: after this operation, if you
5 seconds after the ignition was come on if more than two years have wish to disconnect the battery, lock
switched on, the distance recorder elapsed since the last service. the vehicle and wait for at least five
resumes its normal operation and minutes, otherwise the zero re-set
the spanner remains lit. will not be registered.
It indicates that a service must be
carried out soon. The display indi-
cates the total and trip distance.

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Engine oil level indicator Dipstick Lighting rheostat
When the ignition is switched on, the There are 2 marks on the
engine oil level is indicated for a few dipstick:
seconds, after the service information. - never exceed level A,
- in position B, top up the
level via the oil filler cap,
using the type of oil suited
Oil level correct to your engine.

A = max.
B = min.

Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL",
linked with the serv- Trip recorder zero reset
ice warning light, button With the lights on, press the button
accompanied by an to vary the intensity of the lighting of
audible signal and the instruments and controls. When
a message on the the lighting reaches the minimum (or
multifunction display, indicates a lack maximum) setting, release the button
of oil which could damage the engine. then press it again to increase (or re-
duce) the brightness.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by a
check using the dipstick, it is essen- As soon as the lighting is of the re-
tial that the level is topped up. quired brightness, release the button.

Oil level gauge fault


Flashing of "OIL --"
indicates a malfunc-
tion of the engine oil
level gauge.
With the ignition on, press the button
until the zeros appear.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
Pressing the button enables you to
alternate between the distance re-
The level read will only be correct corder and cruise control or speed
if the vehicle is on level ground limiter displays, when either of these
and the engine has been off for is activated.
more than 15 minutes.
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TRIP COMPUTER Monochrome screens A Monochrome screens C

- the range, - the "vehicle" tab with:


- the current consumption, • the range, the current consump-
- the distance travelled, tion and the distance still to be
- the average consumption, driven,
- the average speed. - tab "1" (route 1) with:
• the average speed, the average
consumption and the distance
driven calculated over route
"1",
Each time the button on the end of Zero reset - tab "2" (route 2) with the same
the wiper stalk is pressed, the vari- Press the stalk for more than two features for a second route.
ous items of trip computer data are seconds.
displayed in succession, depending
on the multifunction display:

Zero reset
When the required route is displayed,
press the button for more than two
seconds.

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Monochrome screen CT Colour screen DT This figure may increase if there is
a change in the style of driving or
the road surface, producing a sig-
nificant drop in current consump-
tion.
When the range is less than 20 miles
(30 km), dashes are displayed. After
filling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the
- the "vehicle" tab with: range is recalculated and is displayed
• the range, the current when it exceeds 62 miles (100 km).
consumption and the distance If dashes are displayed for long
still to be driven, periods instead of digits, contact a
- tab "1" (route 1) with: PEUGEOT dealer.
• the average speed, the average - the "Current information" with:
consumption and the distance • the range,
driven calculated over route • the current consumption,
"1" • the distance still to be driven. Current consumption
- tab "2" (route 2) with the same - "Route 1" with: This is the average quantity of fuel con-
features for a second route. • the distance travelled, sumed during the last few seconds.
• the average consumption, This function is displayed only when
• the average speed, the vehicle is travelling at a speed
- "Route 2" with the same features greater than 20 mph (30 km/h).
Zero re-set for a second route. It can be displayed in litres/100, km/
When the required route is displayed, litre or mpg (refer to on-board com-
press the button for more than two puter configuration).
seconds.
Zero re-set Average consumption
When the required route is displayed,
press the button for more than two This is the average fuel consumption
seconds. since the computer was last set to
zero.
It can be displayed in litres/100, km/
Range litre or mpg (refer to on-board com-
puter configuration).
This shows the distance that can still
be covered with the fuel remaining in Distance travelled
the tank in accordance with the av-
erage consumption over the last few This indicates the distance travelled
miles (kilometres) driven. since the computer was last set to
zero.
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Distance remaining to be Access via the general menu Enter distance to destination
travelled If guidance has not been activated,
This is the distance remaining to the this enables you to enter an approxi-
final destination. It can either be cal- mate distance to final destination
culated continuously by the naviga- value, to permit all of the on-board
tion system if guidance is activated, computer calculations.
or entered by the user. Screen C
If the distance is not entered, dashes
are displayed in place of the digits. Warning log
Average speed This summarises the active warning
messages, displaying them in suc-
This is the average speed calculated cession on the multifunction display.
since the computer was last set to Screen CT
zero (with the ignition on).
Status of the functions
The routes This summarises the active or not
active status of the functions present
on the vehicle.
On-board computer configuration
This function allows the distance to
the destination to be input (when
guidance is not activated; otherwise
this information is given by the navi-
Screen DT gation system) and also changing of
"On-board computer" menu the units of measurement (°C or °F,
Press the "MENU" button to access km and litres or miles and gallons).
the general menu. The consumption values (current or
Select the icon "On-board computer", average) can be displayed in litres/
then validate to access its menu. 100, km/litre or mpg.
Depending on the multifunction dis-
play, this menu offers various choices: Diagnostics
- Enter distance to destination, This presents the information relating
The routes "1" and "2" are independ- - Warning log.
ent but have identical application. to the warning log, as regards the en-
- Status of the functions. ergy remaining in the back-up battery
Route "1" for example allows you or and the number of satellites which
to make daily calculations and route - On-board computer configuration. can be seen by the GPS system.
"2" monthly calculations.
- Diagnostics,
- Status of the functions.
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MONOCHROME SCREEN A Parameter configuration General menu
(without RD4 audio equipment) There are three display control buttons:
- "ESC" to abandon the operation in
progress,
- "MENU" to scroll through the
menus or sub-menus,
- "OK" to select the menu or sub-
menu required.
Press the "MENU" button to scroll
through the various menus of the
general menu:
- vehicle configuration,
- options,
- display settings,
- languages,
- units.
Press the "OK" button to select the
Presentation menu required.
This displays the following information:
- the time,
- the date,
- the outside temperature (this
flashes if there is a risk of ice),
- the status of the accesses (doors,
boot, ...),
- the warning messages (e.g.:
"Emission control system faulty") or
information messages (e.g.: "Auto
lights on"), displayed temporarily,
can be cleared by pressing the
"ESC" button,
- the trip computer (see corresponding
section).

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Vehicle configuration Display settings Languages
Once the "Display settings" menu has Once the "Languages" menu has been
been selected, you can gain access selected, you can change the language
to the following settings: used by the display (Français, Italiano,
- year, Nederlands, Portugues, Portugues-
- month, Brasil, Deutsch, English, Espanol).
- day,
Once the "Vehicle configuration" menu - hour,
has been selected, you can activate or - minutes,
deactivate the following equipment: - 12 or 24 hour mode.
- wiper linked with reverse gear, Units
- automatic switching on of the lights, Once the "Units" menu has been
- "follow-me-home" lighting, selected, you can change the units
- parking assistance. of the following parameters:
- temperature (°C or °F),
- fuel consumption (l/100, mpg or km/l).

Once you have selected a setting,


press the "OK" button to change its
Options value.
Once the "Options" menu has been
selected, you can start diagnostics of
the status of the equipment (active,
not active, faulty).

Wait for approximately ten seconds


without any action to allow the
changed data to be recorded or press
the "ESC" button to cancel.
The display then returns to the For safety reasons, configu-
normal display. ration of the multifunction
displays by the driver must
take place when stationary.

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MONOCHROME DISPLAY A General menu Vehicle configuration

Press the "MENU" button to gain Once the "Vehicle configuration"


access to the general menu, then menu has been selected, you can
press the "" or "" buttons to activate or deactivate the following
scroll through the following items: equipment:
- radio-CD, - rear wiper linked with reverse gear,
- vehicle configuration, - automatic switching on of the
- options, lights,
- display settings, - "follow-me-home" lighting,
- languages, - parking assistance.
Presentation - units.
Press the "OK" button to select the
This displays the following information, menu required.
via the RD4 audio equipment control
keypad:
- the time,
- the date,
- the outside temperature (this
flashes if there is a risk of ice),
- the audio source displays (radio, Radio-CD Options
CD, ...),
With the RD4 audio equipment Once the "Options" menu has been
- the status of the accesses (doors, selected, you can start diagnostics of
boot, ...), switched on, once the "Radio-CD"
menu has been selected, you can the status of the equipment (active,
- the warning messages (e.g.: activate or deactivate the functions not active, faulty).
"Emission control system faulty") or linked with the use of the radio (RDS
information messages (e.g.: "Auto following, REG mode), the CD or the
lights on"), displayed temporarily, can CD changer (introscan, random play,
be cleared by pressing the "ESC" CD repeat).
button,
- the trip computer (see corresponding
section).

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Display settings Languages
Once the "Display settings" menu has Once the "Languages" menu has been
been selected, you can gain access selected, you can change the language
to the following settings: used by the display (Français, Italiano,
- year, Nederlands, Portugues, Portugues-
- month, Brasil, Deutsch, English, Espanol).
- day,
- hour,
- minutes,
- 12 or 24 hour mode.
Units
Once the "Units" menu has been
selected, you can change the units
of the following parameters:
- temperature (°C or °F),
- fuel consumption (l/100, mpg or km/l).

Once you have selected a setting,


press the "" or "" buttons to
change its value.

Press the "" or "" buttons to


move to the previous or next setting
respectively.
Press the "OK" button to record For safety reasons, configu-
the change and return to the normal ration of the multifunction
display or press the "ESC" button to displays by the driver must
cancel. take place when stationary.

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MONOCHROME DISPLAY C Parameter configuration General menu
(without RD4 audio equipment)

Press the "MENU" button to access


the general menu:
- trip computer (see corresponding
section),
- personalisation-configuration.

Turn the navigator to select the menu


required, then confirm by pressing
There are three buttons and a the navigator.
Presentation navigator to enable you to control the
screen:
It displays the following information:
- "MENU" to display the general "Personalisation-
- the time, menu,
- the date, Configuration" menu
- "MODE" to change the permanent
- the exterior temperature (this application (trip computer, date, ...),
flashes if there is a risk of ice), - "ESC" to abandon the operation in
- the accesses check (doors, boot, ...), progress,
- the warning messages (e.g.: - Rotation of the navigator: move-
"Depollution system faulty") or ment on the display or changing of
information messages (e.g.: a setting,
"Automatic headlamp lighting - Press on the navigator: confirma- Once this menu has been selected,
activated"), displayed temporarily, tion of the selection. you can access the following
can be cleared by pressing the functions:
"ESC" button,
- the trip computer (see correspond- - define the vehicle parameters,
ing section). - display configuration,
- selection of the language.

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Define the vehicle parameters Display configuration Selection of the language
Once this menu has been selected, Once this menu has been selected, Once this menu has been selected,
you can activate or deactivate the you can access the following you can change the language used
following equipment: settings: on the display (Deutsch, English,
- wiper linked with reverse gear, - brightness-video setting, Espanol, Français, Italiano,
- automatic switching on of the - date and time setting, Nederlands, Portugues, Portugues-
lights, - selection of the units. Brasil).
- "follow-me-home" lighting and
duration,
- parking assistance.

Example: "Duration of the "follow-


me-home" lighting" Once you have selected a setting,
press the navigator.
Turn the navigator to change its
value.

Press the navigator to record the


change and move on to the next
setting or press the "ESC" button to
cancel.

For safety reasons, configu-


ration of the multifunction
displays by the driver must
take place when stationary.

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MONOCHROME SCREEN C General menu "Personalisation-
Configuration" menu

Press the "MENU" button to gain Once this menu has been selected,
access to the general menu: you can gain access to the following
- audio functions, functions:
- trip computer (see corresponding - define the vehicle parameters,
section), - display configuration,
- personalisation-configuration, - selection of the language.
- telephone (hands-free kit).
Presentation Press the "" or "" buttons to select
the menu required, then confirm by
This displays the following information, pressing the "OK" button.
via the RD4 audio equipment control
keypad:
- the time,
- the date,
- the outside temperature (this flashes
if there is a risk of ice), "Audio functions" menu
- the audio source displays (radio, With the RD4 audio equipment
CD, ...), switched on, once this menu has
- the status of the accesses (doors, been selected, you can activate
boot, ...), or deactivate the functions linked
- the warning messages (e.g.: "Depol- with the use of the radio (RDS,
lution system faulty") or information REG, RadioText), the CD or the CD
messages (e.g.: "Automatic headlamp changer (introscan, random play, CD
lighting activated"), displayed tempo- repeat).
rarily, can be cleared by pressing the
"ESC" button,
- the trip computer (see corresponding
section).

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Define the vehicle parameters Display configuration Selection of the language
Once this menu has been selected, Once this menu has been selected, Once this menu has been selected,
you can activate or deactivate the you can gain access to the following you can change the language used
folllowing equipment: settings: by the display (Deutsch, English,
- wiper linked with reverse gear, - brightness-video setting, Espanol, Français, Italiano, Nederlands,
- automatic switching on of the - date and time setting, Portugues, Portugues-Brasil).
lights, - selection of the units.
- "follow-me-home lighting" and
duration,
- parking assistance.

Example: "duration of follow-me-


home lighting" When you have selected a setting,
press the "OK" button, then press
the "" or "" buttons to change its
value.

Press the "OK" button to record the


change and move on to the next
setting or press the "ESC" button to
cancel.

For safety reasons, configu-


ration of the multifunction
displays by the driver must
take place when stationary.

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MONOCHROME SCREEN CT In order to enable you to use all of General menu
your system’s functions, you have
two CD-Roms:
- one, "Configuration", contains the
software and the various display
languages and spoken information,
- the other, "Navigation", contains
the satellite navigation system map
data. Press the "MENU" button on the
RT3 audio/telephone to access the
general menu and select one of the
following applications:
- navigation - guidance,
- audio functions,
- trip computer,
- directory,
Presentation - telematics,
This displays the following information, - configuration.
via the RT3 audio/telephone control For further details regarding these
keypad: functions, refer to the corresponding
- the time, section.
- the date,
- the outside temperature (if there is
a risk of ice, you are warned by a
message),
- the audio source displays (radio,
CD, ...),
- the telematic system displays (tele-
phone, services, ...),
- the status of the accesses (doors,
boot, ...),
- the warning messages (e.g.: "Fuel
level low") and vehicle function
status messages (e.g.: "Automatic
switching on of the lights activated")
displayed temporarily,
- the trip computer display,
- the satellite navigation system
displays.
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"Configuration" menu Example: "duration of follow-me- Display configuration
home lighting"

This provides access to successive The "Display configuration" menu


confirmation windows. provides access to the following
parameters:
• "Brightness setting": setting of the
Define the vehicle parameters brightness of the display,
This enables you to activate or • "Sound": setting of the voice syn-
deactivate certain driving and comfort thesiser (for the male/female voice
functions: parameter: insert the configura-
tion CD-Rom); setting of the voice
- wiper linked with reverse gear, commands,
- automatic switching on of the lights, • "International parameters": setting
- "follow-me-home" lighting and of the date and time (12 or 24 hour
duration, mode, adjustment of the minutes on
- parking assistance. GPS); selection of the units (l/100 - °C
or mpg - °F),
• "Selection of the language": selection
of the language of the display,
information and voice commands
(Français, English, Italiano, Portugues,
Espanol, Deutsch, Nederlands: insert
the configuration CD-rom).

For safety reasons, configu-


ration of the multifunction
displays by the driver must
take place when stationary.

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COLOUR SCREEN DT In order to enable you to use all of General menu
your system’s functions, you have
two CD-Roms:
- one, "Configuration", contains the
software and the various display
languages and spoken information,
- the other, "Navigation", contains the
satellite navigation system map data.

Press the "MENU" button on the


RT3 audio/telephone to access the
Presentation general menu and select one of the
This displays the following information, following applications:
via the RT3 audio/telephone control - navigation - guidance,
panel: - audio functions,
- the time, - trip computer,
- the date, - directory,
- the outside temperature (if there is - telematics,
a risk of ice, you are warned by a - configuration,
message), - map,
- the audio source displays (radio, - video.
CD, ...), For further details regarding these
- the telematic system displays (tele- functions, refer to the corresponding
phone, services, ...), section.
- the status of the accesses (doors,
boot, ...),
- the warning messages (e.g.: "Fuel
level low") and vehicle function
status messages (e.g.: "Automatic
switching on of the lights activated")
displayed temporarily,
- the trip computer display,
- the satellite navigation system
displays.

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"Configuration" menu Example: "Automatic switching on of Display configuration
the lights"

This provides access to successive The "Display configuration" menu


confirmation windows. provides access to the following
parameters:
• "Select the colours": selection from
the palette of colours available for
the display,
• "Brightness and intensity": setting
of the brightness and intensity of
the display,
Define the vehicle parameters
• "Sound": setting of the voice
This enables you to activate or synthesiser (for the male/female
deactivate certain driving and comfort voice parameter: insert the
functions: configuration CD-Rom); setting of
- wiper linked with reverse gear, the voice commands,
- automatic switching on of the • "International parameters": setting
lights, of the date and time (12 or 24 hour
- "follow-me-home" lighting and mode, adjustment of the minutes on
duration, GPS); selection of the units (l/100 - °C
- parking assistance. or mpg - °F),
• "Selection of the language": selection
of the language of the display,
information and voice commands
(Français, English, Italiano, Portugues,
Espanol, Deutsch, Nederlands: insert
the configuration CD-rom).

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"Video" menu Select the "Video" menu from the A FEW DEFINITIONS...
general menu:
- "Activate video mode" to activate/ Superimposed display
deactivate the video, This is a window which appears
- "Video parameters" to set the display temporarily over the current
format, the brightness, the contrast application to announce a change of
and the colours. status of another application.
Pressing the "MODE" or "DARK"
button disconnects the display from
the video.
Successive presses on the "SOURCE"
button permit the selection of an audio Permanent application
source other than that of the video. This is the main application currently
in use, displayed as the main screen
window.

You can connect video equipment


(camcorder, digital camera, DVD
player, ...) to the three audio/video Contextual menu
sockets, located in the glove box.
This is a menu, limited to the main
functions of the main application
currently in use, displayed as the
Videos can only be displayed main screen window.
when stationary.

For safety reasons, configu-


ration of the multifunction
displays by the driver must
take place when stationary.

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VENTILATION Advice on operation
1. Windscreen de-icing or  If, when the vehicle has been
demisting vents. parked in the sun for a long time,
2. Front window de-icing or the interior temperature remains
demisting vents. very high, do not hesitate to ven-
tilate the passenger compartment
3. Side vents. for a few minutes.
4. Centre vents. Place the air flow control at a level
5. Air outlet to front footwells. sufficient to ensure a good renew-
6. Air outlet to rear footwells. al of air in the passenger compart-
ment.
When the air flow control is in po-
sition 0 (deactivation of the sys-
tem), temperature related com-
fort is no longer guaranteed but a
slight flow of air, due to the move-
ment of the vehicle, can still be
felt.
 For even air distribution, take care
not to obstruct the exterior air in-
take grille at the base of the wind-
screen, the vents, the air outlets
under the front seats and the air
extractor located behind the flaps
in the boot.
Check that the passenger com-
partment filter is in good condi-
tion. Have the filters replaced
regularly. If you drive in a dusty
environment, change them twice Switch off the rear screen
as often. and exterior mirrors demist-
ing as soon as you consider
this necessary as reducing
the current consumption reduces the
fuel consumption.

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AIR CONDITIONING 4. Air distribution adjustment

Windscreen and side


windows.

Windscreen, side windows


and footwells.

Footwells
(vents closed).

Centre and side vents.

The air conditioning only operates


when the engine is running.
The air distribution can be adjusted
1. Air conditioning On/Off 2. Temperature adjustment by placing the control in an interme-
diate position, marked "".

The air conditioning is de- Turn the control from blue


signed to operate effectively (cold) to red (warm) to ad-
in all seasons, with the win- just the temperature to your
dows closed. In summer, requirements.
it enables the temperature
to be lowered and in winter, above
0 °C, it increases the effectiveness of 3. Air flow adjustment
the demisting.
Press the switch, the indicator light Turn the control from posi-
comes on. tion 1 to position 4 to obtain
The air conditioning does not op- an air flow sufficient to en-
erate while the air flow adjustment sure your comfort.
control 3 is in position "0".

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5. Air intake/Air recirculation 6. Demisting the rear screen and In certain cases of particu-
the mirrors larly arduous use (towing the
maximum load on a steep
The interior air recirculation enables Pressing the button once gradient in high tempera-
you to isolate the passenger com- demists the rear screen tures), switching off the air condition-
partment from exterior odours and and the exterior mirrors. ing permits the recovery of engine
smoke. This switches off automati- power and therefore an increase in
The outside air intake enables you to cally to prevent an exces- the towing capacity.
prevent and eliminate misting of the sive consumption of current. In order for the air conditioning to be
windscreen and side windows. Pressing again reactivates demisting. fully effective, the windows must be
It is possible to stop demisting be- closed.
Used simultaneously with the air con- fore it is switched off automatically by The air conditioning system does not
ditioning, air recirculation enables pressing the button again. contain chlorine and does not present
performance to be improved. any danger to the ozone layer.
Used in a humid climate, air recir- Operate the air conditioning system
culation may result in misting of the for 5 to 10 minutes, once or twice a
windows. month, to keep it in perfect working
order.
Pressing button 5 permits Rapid demisting of the The water produced by the air con-
recirculation of the interior windscreen ditioning condensation is discharged
air. This is indicated by il- through an opening provided for this
To quickly de-ice or demist the wind- purpose. Therefore, a puddle of wa-
lumination of the indicator screen and side windows:
light. ter may form underneath the vehicle
- place the air distribution control in when stationary.
As soon as possible, press button 5 the "windscreen and side windows"
again to permit the intake of outside In order to ensure that the air condi-
position, tioning system operates correctly, reg-
air, to prevent deterioration of the air - place the temperature 2 and air
quality and to avoid misting of the ular checks are also recommended.
flow 3 controls at maximum, as If the system does not produce
windows. This is indicated by the indicated by the "Windscreen and
switching off of the indicator light. cold air, do not use it and contact a
side windows" symbol on the con- PEUGEOT dealer.
trol panel,
- close the centre vents,
- switch air intake button 5 to the
"Outside Air Intake" position (but-
ton 5 indicator light off),
- start the air conditioning by pressing
button 1.

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DUAL ZONE AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING For optimum comfort, you are advised
to avoid a left/right setting difference
of more than 3.
For maximum cooling or heating of the
passenger compartment, it is possible
to go below the value 15 by turning un-
til "LO" is displayed or above the value
27 by turning until "HI" is displayed.
On entering the vehicle, if
the interior temperature is
much colder or warmer than
the comfort value, there is no
need to change the value displayed
in order to obtain the comfort re-
quired. The system corrects the dif-
ference in temperature automatically
and as quickly as possible.

The air conditioning only operates When the engine is cold, to prevent
when the engine is running. too great a distribution of cold air, the 4. Automatic visibility
air flow will reach its optimum level programme
Automatic operation gradually. The automatic comfort pro-
2. Driver’s side adjustment gramme may not be sufficient
1. Automatic comfort to quickly demist or de-ice the
programme 3. Passenger side adjustment windscreen and side windows
The driver and his front (humidity, several passengers,
Press the "AUTO" button. passenger can each adjust ice, etc.).
The "AUTO" symbol is dis- the temperature to their re-
played. In this case, select the automatic vis-
quirements. ibility programme.
We recommend the use of The value indicated on the
this mode: it permits auto- The system automatically controls
display corresponds to a level of the air conditioning, the air flow and
matic and optimised adjustment of comfort and not to a temperature in
all of the functions, passenger com- the air intake and provides optimum
degrees Celsius or Fahrenheit. distribution of the ventilation to the
partment temperature, air flow, air
distribution and air recirculation, in Turn control 2 or 3 to the left or to windscreen and side windows.
accordance with the comfort value the right respectively to decrease or To switch it off, press button 4 again
that you have chosen. This system is increase this value. or press the "AUTO" button, the but-
designed to operate effectively in all A setting around the value 21 provides ton’s indicator light switches off and
seasons, with the windows closed. optimum comfort. However, depending "AUTO" is displayed.
on your requirements, a setting between
18 and 24 is normal.
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Manual operation 7. Air flow adjustment 9. Demisting the rear screen
and the mirrors
If you wish, you can make a different
choice from that offered by the sys- Press this button to demist
tem by changing a setting. The other the rear screen and the ex-
functions will still be controlled auto- terior mirrors. The button 9
matically. Pressing the "AUTO" button indicator light comes on.
returns the system to completely auto- Press the "small fan" or "large fan" Demisting switches off au-
matic operation. button respectively to decrease or in- tomatically to prevent an
crease the flow of air. excessive consumption of current.
5. Air conditioning It is possible to stop operation of the
The air flow symbol, the fan, fills pro- demisting before it is switched off
On/Off gressively in relation to the value re- automatically by pressing the button
Press this button to stop air quired. again.
cooling.
Avoid prolonged use of this
mode (risk of condensation,
odour, humidity). 8. Air intake/Air 10. Switching the system off
Press this button again as soon as recirculation Press the "small fan" button of the
possible to return to automatic op- Press this button for recir- air flow 7 until the fan symbol disap-
eration of the air conditioning. The culation of the interior air. pears.
symbol "A/C" is displayed. The air recirculation symbol This action switches off all of the func-
8 is displayed. tions of the air conditioning system,
Air recirculation enables the with the exception of the demisting of
passenger compartment to be isolat- the rear screen 9.
6. Air distribution adjustment ed from exterior odours and smoke. Temperature related comfort is no
Avoid prolonged recirculation of interior longer guaranteed but a slight flow of
Pressing this button sev- air (risk of condensation and deteriora- air, due to the movement of the vehi-
eral times in succession tion of the air quality). cle, can still be felt.
enables the air flow to be
directed in turn towards: As soon as possible, press this button Pressing the "large fan" button of
again to permit the intake of outside the air flow 7 again or the AUTO but-
- the windscreen and side windows air and prevent condensation. ton reactivates the system with the
(de-icing or demisting), values set before it was switched off.
- the windscreen, the side windows
and the footwells,
- the footwells,
- the centre vents, the side vents and
the footwells,
- the centre and side vents.

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In certain cases of particu- MIRRORS Note: if the mirrors are folded using
larly arduous use (towing the switch A, they will not unfold when
maximum load on a steep the vehicle is unlocked using the
gradient in high tempera- remote control or the key. Switch A
tures), switching off the air condition- must be pulled again.
ing permits the recovery of engine
power and therefore an increase in
the towing capacity.
In order for the air conditioning to be
fully effective, the windows must be
closed. Unfolding
The air conditioning system does not - from inside:
contain chlorine and does not present  with the ignition on, pull switch A
any danger to the ozone layer. rearwards.
Operate the air conditioning for 5 to - from outside:
10 minutes, once or twice a month, to
keep it in good working order.  unlock the vehicle using the
Electric exterior mirrors remote control or the key.
The water produced by the air con-
ditioning condensation is discharged Adjustment
through an opening provided for this
purpose. Therefore, a puddle of wa-  Slide switch A to the right or to the The folding and unfolding of
ter may form underneath the vehicle left to select the corresponding the exterior mirrors can be
when stationary. mirror. deactivated by a PEUGEOT
In order to ensure that the air condi-  Move knob B in all four directions dealer.
tioning system operates correctly, reg- to adjust.
ular checks are also recommended.  Return switch A to the centre
position. The end of the driver’s mirror is
If the system does not produce cold air, aspheric (outer area indicat-
do not use it and contact a PEUGEOT ed by a dotted line) in order
dealer. to reduce the "blind spot".
Objects seen in the driver and
Folding passenger mirrors are in reality
- from inside: closer than they appear.
 with the ignition on, pull switch A Therefore, this must be taken into ac-
rearwards. count in order to correctly judge the
proximity of vehicles approaching
- from outside: from the rear.
 lock the vehicle using the remote
control or the key.

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In certain cases of particu- MIRRORS Note: if the mirrors are folded using
larly arduous use (towing the switch A, they will not unfold when
maximum load on a steep the vehicle is unlocked using the
gradient in high tempera- remote control or the key. Switch A
tures), switching off the air condition- must be pulled again.
ing permits the recovery of engine
power and therefore an increase in
the towing capacity.
In order for the air conditioning to be
fully effective, the windows must be
closed. Unfolding
The air conditioning system does not - from inside:
contain chlorine and does not present  with the ignition on, pull switch A
any danger to the ozone layer. rearwards.
Operate the air conditioning for 5 to - from outside:
10 minutes, once or twice a month, to
keep it in good working order.  unlock the vehicle using the
Electric exterior mirrors remote control or the key.
The water produced by the air con-
ditioning condensation is discharged Adjustment
through an opening provided for this
purpose. Therefore, a puddle of wa-  Slide switch A to the right or to the The folding and unfolding of
ter may form underneath the vehicle left to select the corresponding the exterior mirrors can be
when stationary. mirror. deactivated by a PEUGEOT
In order to ensure that the air condi-  Move knob B in all four directions dealer.
tioning system operates correctly, reg- to adjust.
ular checks are also recommended.  Return switch A to the centre
position. The end of the driver’s mirror is
If the system does not produce cold air, aspheric (outer area indicat-
do not use it and contact a PEUGEOT ed by a dotted line) in order
dealer. to reduce the "blind spot".
Objects seen in the driver and
Folding passenger mirrors are in reality
- from inside: closer than they appear.
 with the ignition on, pull switch A Therefore, this must be taken into ac-
rearwards. count in order to correctly judge the
proximity of vehicles approaching
- from outside: from the rear.
 lock the vehicle using the remote
control or the key.

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Automatic day/night interior Operation STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT
mirror Switch on the ignition and press AND DEPTH ADJUSTMENT
switch 1:
- Indicator light 2 lit (switch pressed):
automatic operation.
- Indicator light 2 off: automatic
system off. The mirror remains at
its most clear.

Special feature
This automatically and gradually To ensure maximum visibility during
changes between the day and night manoeuvres, the mirror clears auto-
positions. To prevent dazzling, the matically when reverse gear is en-
glass of the mirror darkens auto- gaged.
matically depending on the intensity
of the light from behind. It clears as When the vehicle is stationary, un-
the light (headlamps of following ve- lock the steering wheel by pulling
hicles, sunlight) decreases, ensuring handle A.
maximum visibility. Adjust the height and depth of the
steering wheel.
Manual interior mirror Lock it by pushing handle A down
The interior mirror has two positions: fully.
- day (normal),
- night (anti-dazzle).
To change from one to the other,
push or pull the lever on the lower
edge of the mirror.

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Automatic day/night interior Operation STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT
mirror Switch on the ignition and press AND DEPTH ADJUSTMENT
switch 1:
- Indicator light 2 lit (switch pressed):
automatic operation.
- Indicator light 2 off: automatic
system off. The mirror remains at
its most clear.

Special feature
This automatically and gradually To ensure maximum visibility during
changes between the day and night manoeuvres, the mirror clears auto-
positions. To prevent dazzling, the matically when reverse gear is en-
glass of the mirror darkens auto- gaged.
matically depending on the intensity
of the light from behind. It clears as When the vehicle is stationary, un-
the light (headlamps of following ve- lock the steering wheel by pulling
hicles, sunlight) decreases, ensuring handle A.
maximum visibility. Adjust the height and depth of the
steering wheel.
Manual interior mirror Lock it by pushing handle A down
The interior mirror has two positions: fully.
- day (normal),
- night (anti-dazzle).
To change from one to the other,
push or pull the lever on the lower
edge of the mirror.

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FRONT SEATS
1. Forwards/backwards
adjustment
Lift the control and slide the seat for-
wards or backwards.

2. Driver’s or passenger’s seat


height adjustment
Pull the handle upwards or push it
downwards as many times as neces-
sary to obtain the required position.

3. Seat back angle adjustment


Push the handle towards the rear.

4. "Aircraft" style table


There is an "aircraft" style table,
fitted with a can holder, at the rear of
each front seat.

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6. Armrests REAR HEAD RESTRAINTS
These can be folded down and are
removable. These have a high position for when
they are in use and a low position for
To remove them, press the button lo- when they are stored.
cated between the armrest and the
side of the seat and pull it. The head restraints are also remov-
able.
To remove them, pull upwards as far
as the stop, then press the lug (side
seat) or the two lugs (centre seat).
7. Storage drawers
There is a storage drawer under each
front seat*.
5. Head restraint height - To open it, lift it and pull.
and angle adjustment - To take it out, open it to its full extent,
press the ends of the slides and lift
To raise the head restraint, pull it up- it, then remove it completely.
wards.
- To put it back in place, at the end of
To remove the head restraint, press the lug its travel, press the top of the draw-
A and pull the head restraint upwards. er to secure it.
To put the head restraint back in po- Under the front passenger seat, the
sition, locate the stems of the head layout of the floor allows for storage
restraint in the holes, taking care to of a first aid kit and a warning triangle
keep them in line with the seat back. (small version).
To lower the head restraint, press the
lug A and the head restraint at the
same time.
The head restraint frame has a catch
which prevents it from lowering; this
safety device provides protection in
the event of an impact.

The adjustment is correct when the Do not place heavy objects Never drive with the head
upper edge of the head restraint is in the drawers. restraints removed; they
level with the top of the head. should be in place and cor-
rectly adjusted.
To tilt the head restraint, tilt the lower
part forwards or backwards. * According to version.
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REAR SEATS Folding a side seat

Forwards-backwards adjustment* Access to the 3rd row Exit from the 3rd row or folding
Place the head restraint in the low from the boot
Lift the bar A and slide the seat
forwards or backwards. position. Place the head restraint in the low
If necessary, push the seat back position.
using bar A. Fold the seat back onto the cushion
Fold the seat back onto the cushion using the strap B.
using the strap B. Note: you can lock the seat back
Note: you can lock the seat back in this position (for removal) by press-
Seat back angle adjustment in this position (e.g. for removal) by ing down on it.
Pull the strap B, at the front of the pressing down on it. Pull the strap C upwards to release
seat on the right or on the left, then Pull the strap C upwards to release the rear feet.
adjust to the required angle. the rear feet. Place the seat in the folded position.
Release the strap to lock. Place the seat in the "folded" position.
To adjust the angle of the seat back
from the 3rd row or the boot, pull the
strap B at the rear of the seat.
Note: the additional seat can be
angled and folded by means of the
strap B at the rear of the seat on the
right or on the left.

* Except additional seat.


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Centre seat table Folding an additional
position seat

Place the head restraint in the low Folding the centre seat Place the head restraint in the low
position. position.
Place the head restraint in the low
Fold the seat back onto the cushion position. Pull the strap B (at the rear of the
using the strap B. seat to the right or to the left) back-
Fold the seat back onto the cushion wards then press on the seat back to
You now have a small table with four using the strap B.
can holders, two pen holders and a release it, while continuing to pull the
document holder. Note: you can lock the seat back strap.
in this position (for removal) by press- Fold the seat back onto the seat
ing down on it. cushion.
Pull the strap C upwards to release Note: you can lock the seat back
the rear feet. in this position (for removal) by press-
Place the seat in the folded position. ing down on it.
Push the two levers D upwards to un-
While driving, attach the retain- lock the rear feet.
ing strap (contained in the storage Place the seat in the folded position.
pocket of one of the front seats) on
one side to the carrying handle F
and on the other side, to one of the While driving, attach the retain-
stems of a front head restraint. ing strap (contained in the storage
pocket of the additional seat) on
one side to the carrying handle F
and on the other side, to the rear
armrest grab handle.

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Removing a seat Refitting a seat The rear feet lock automatically.
In the 3rd row, first remove the floor Check that the seat is locked
fixing point closers using a thin correctly.
screwdriver. Lift the seat back, first releasing it by
Before positioning the 3rd row seats, pulling the strap B.
move those of the 2nd row forward if To lock the additional seats, press
necessary. the two levers D.
Check that nothing is obstructing the
floor fixing points thus preventing
correct locking of the seat feet.
Carry the seat using the carrying
handle F.
Position the front feet in the securing
points and lock them by means of the
two red levers E.
Fold the corresponding seat.
Tilt the two red levers E under the
seat to release the front feet.
Lift it and carry it using the carrying
handle F.
In the 3rd row, position the fixing point
closers to obtain a flat boot floor.

Only lock the seat back on


the cushion occasionally, to
avoid undue wear of the seat
covers.
Avoid placing luggage on folded
seats.
Locked Free Never use the adjusting straps to re-
move, refit or carry a seat, use the
carrying handle provided for this pur-
Pull the strap C upwards to check pose.
that the rear feet are free.
Tilt the folded seat backwards.

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SEAT MODULARITY AND DIFFERENT CONFIGURATIONS
The design of your vehicle and of its seats offers multiple Examples of varied arrangements combining comfort
seat configurations. and practicality:

There are side seats which can be installed in the 2nd or 5 seats
3rd row, on the right or on the left.
Once the centre seat has been removed from the 2nd row,
you can recentre the side seats for more comfort.

There is also a centre seat, fitted in the central position of


the 2nd row, which can also be installed in the left position
in the 3rd row.
In this case, you must use the 3rd row rear left seat belt
without passing it through the strap guide.

You can add up to two additional seats in the 3rd row, on


the right or on the left.

4 seats with table position

The various operations resulting in modifica-


tion of the existing configuration must be carried
out when the vehicle is stationary (see "Seats"
section).

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5 seats with centre seat in the 3rd row 4 seats with side seat in the 3rd row

Transportation of long objects Loading of a large volume

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6 seats with an additional seat and the centre seat in 7 seats with two additional seats
the 3rd row

5 seats with table position and one additional seat 5 seats with two folded additional seats

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GENERAL POINTS RELATING INSTALLING A CHILD SEAT
TO CHILD SEATS USING A THREE POINT SEAT
BELT
Although one of PEUGEOT’s main
criteria when designing your vehicle,
the safety of your children also de- "Rearwards-facing" "Forwards-facing"
pends on you. When a "rearwards-facing" child seat When a "forwards-facing" child seat
For maximum safety, please follow is installed on the front passenger is installed on the front passenger
these precautions: seat, it is essential that the passenger seat, adjust the vehicle’s seat to the
air bag** is disarmed. Otherwise, the intermediate longitudinal position
- since 1992, and in accordance with child would risk being seriously in-
Directive 2000/3, all children un- with the seat back upright and leave
jured or killed if the air bag were to the passenger air bag armed**.
der the age of 12 must travel in inflate.
approved child seats* suited to
their weight, on seats fitted with a
seat belt or ISOFIX mountings**.
- statistically, the safest seats in
your vehicle for the transpor-
tation of children are the rear
seats,
- a child weighing less than 9 kg
must travel in the "rearwards-
facing" position both in the front
and in the rear.

PEUGEOT recommends that children


should travel in the rear seats of your
vehicle:
- "rearwards-facing" up to the age
of 2,
- "forwards-facing" over the age of 2.

Intermediate longitudinal
* According to current legislation in position
the country.
** According to model.
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CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY PEUGEOT
PEUGEOT offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are se-
cured using a three point seat belt:

Group 0: from birth to 10 kg


Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg
Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg
L4
L1 "KIDDY Life"
"BRITAX (E1 03301135)
Babysure" For the safety of
(E11 0344117) young children
Installed in (from 9 to 18 kg),
the rear-facing PEUGEOT
position. recommends use
of the restraining
cushion.

L2 Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg


Passenger air bag OFF** "ROMER
Baby-Safe"
(E1 03301146)
Installed in
the rear-facing L5
position. "RECARO Start"
(E1 03301108)

L3
"MAXI COSI L6
Cabrio"
"KLIPPAN Optima"
(E4 03443301/
E4 04443517) (E17 030007) From
the age of 6 years
Installed in (approximately
the rear-facing 22 kg), the booster
position. is used on its own.
** According to version.
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CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY PEUGEOT
PEUGEOT offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are se-
cured using a three point seat belt:

Group 0: from birth to 10 kg


Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg
Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg
L4
L1 "KIDDY Life"
"BRITAX (E1 03301135)
Babysure" For the safety of
(E11 0344117) young children
Installed in (from 9 to 18 kg),
the rear-facing PEUGEOT
position. recommends use
of the restraining
cushion.

L2 Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg


Passenger air bag OFF** "ROMER
Baby-Safe"
(E1 03301146)
Installed in
the rear-facing L5
position. "RECARO Start"
(E1 03301108)

L3
"MAXI COSI L6
Cabrio"
"KLIPPAN Optima"
(E4 03443301/
E4 04443517) (E17 030007) From
the age of 6 years
Installed in (approximately
the rear-facing 22 kg), the booster
position. is used on its own.
** According to version.
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LOCATION OF CHILD SEATS SECURED USING THE SEAT BELT
In accordance with the European regulation (Directive 2000/3), this table indicates the options for the installation of child seats
secured using the seat belt and universally approved (a) depending on the weight of the child and the seat in the vehicle.

Weight of the child/indicative age


Below 13 kg 9 to 18 kg 15 to 25 kg 22 to 36 kg
Seat (groups 0 (b) and 0+) (group 1) (group 2) (group 3)
Up to 1 year approx 1 to 3 years approx 3 to 6 years approx 6 to 10 years approx

Front passenger
1st seat (c) U U U U
row - fixed
- height adjustable (R) U (R) U (R) U (R) U (R)

Side
Seat off centre U U U U
2nd and recentred
row
Centre U U U U
Centre seat

Side L1, L2 L4 L4, L5, L6 L4, L5, L6


Additional seat

Side
3rd 2nd row U U U U
row side seat
Side
2nd row U U U U
centre seat
(a) Universal child seat: child seat U: seat suitable for the installation of U (R): identical to U, the vehicle
which can be installed in all a child seat secured using the seat seat must be adjusted to the highest
vehicles using the seat belt. belt and universally approved, "rear position.
(b) Group 0: from birth to 10 kg. facing" and/or "forwards facing". L-: only the child seats indicated can
(c) Consult the current legislation be installed on the seat concerned
in your country before installing (according to country).
your child on this seat.
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ADVICE ON CHILD
SEATS

The incorrect installation of a child Children under the age of 10 must not As a safety precaution, do not leave:
seat in a vehicle compromises the travel in the "forward facing" position - one or more children alone and
child’s protection in the event of an on the front passenger seat, unless unsupervised in a vehicle,
accident. the rear seats are already occupied - a child or an animal in a vehicle
Remember to fasten the seat belts by other children, cannot be used or which is exposed to the sun, with
or the child seat harnesses keeping are absent. the windows closed,
the slack in relation to the child’s Disarm the passenger air bag* when - the keys within reach of children in-
body to a minimum, even for short a "rear facing" child seat is installed side the vehicle.
journeys. on the front seat. Otherwise, the child To prevent accidental opening of the
For optimum installation of the "for- would risk being seriously injured or doors, use the "Child lock"*.
ward facing" child seat, ensure that killed if the air bag were to inflate.
Take care not to open the rear
the back of the child seat is in contact windows by more than one third*.
with the back of the vehicle’s seat
and that the head restraint does not To protect young children from the
cause any discomfort. rays of the sun, fit side blinds on the
rear windows.
If the head restraint has to be re- Installing a booster seat
moved, ensure that it is stored or at- The chest part of the seat belt must
tached securely to prevent it from be- be positioned on the child’s shoulder
ing thrown around the vehicle in the without touching the neck.
event of sharp braking.
Ensure that the lap part of the seat
belt passes correctly over the child’s
thighs.
PEUGEOT recommends the use of
a booster seat which has a back,
fitted with a seat belt guide at shoul-
der level.

* According to version.
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"ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS
These seats* are fitted with ISOFIX These are two rings located between This ISOFIX mounting system guar-
mountings. the seat back and the seat cushion. antees reliable, safe and fast fitting of
The ISOFIX child seats are fitted the child seat in your vehicle.
with two locks which are secured
easily on these rings.

The additional seats are not


fitted with ISOFIX mountings.
If you wish to install an ISO-
FIX child seat in the 3rd row,
one of the 2nd row side seats must
be placed in the 3rd row.

* According to version.
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ISOFIX CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY PEUGEOT
AND APPROVED FOR YOUR VEHICLE

MAXI COSI CabrioFix ISOFIX KIDDY ISOFIX RÖMER Duo

Group 0+: Group 0+: Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg


from birth to 13 kg from birth to 13 kg

Installed in the rear Installed in the forwards


Installed in the rear facing Installed in the forwards
facing position in the 2nd facing position, in the
position in the 2nd row only. facing position only.
and 3rd rows. 2nd row only.

In the 2nd row, the side seats


must be recentred. The body Secured without the top strap.
The ISOFIX base is fitted with of the child seat must be in Three child seat body angles:
contact with the back of the It is essential that the vehi-
a height adjustable strut. sitting, reclining and lying po-
corresponding front seat. cle’s front seat is adjusted to sitions.
This strut must be in contact In the 3rd row, the body of the the intermediate longitudinal
with the floor of the vehicle. position. Adjust the vehicle’s front seat
child seat must be in contact so that the child’s feet do not
with the back of a 2nd row touch the seat back.
side seat.

These child seats can also be used on seats which are not fitted with ISOFIX mountings. In this case, it is essential
that they are secured to the vehicle’s seat by means of the three point seat belt.
Follow the instructions for fitting the child seat indicated in the seat manufacturer’s installation guide.

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THE REMOTE CONTROL KEY Unfolding/Folding the key Unlocking
To unfold or fold the key, first press  Press button C to unlock the vehi-
button A. cle.
This is confirmed by rapid flashing of
the direction indicators.
Locking At the same time, the exterior mirrors
unfold.
Using the remote control
 Press button B to lock the vehicle.
 Press button B for more than
2 seconds to activate the auto-
matic closing of the windows in
addition to locking.
Each action is confirmed by fixed Deadlocking
lighting of the direction indicators for
The remote control permits locking, approximately two seconds. This renders the internal and exter-
deadlocking, unlocking and locating At the same time, the exterior mirrors nal door locking controls inoperative.
of the vehicle, as well as folding and fold back. It also disarms the internal central
unfolding of the exterior mirrors. locking button.
The key allows you to switch on the
ignition and mechanically and inde-
pendently operate the lock on the
glove box, the fuel filler cap, the pas-
senger air bag disarming switch and Using the key Using the remote control
the child lock.  Turn the key in the lock on the  One press on button B locks the
From the driver’s door, the key al- driver’s door to lock the vehicle. vehicle or one press on button
lows you to electrically control the  Turn the key and hold it in this posi- B for more than 2 seconds acti-
locking, deadlocking and unlocking tion for more than two seconds to vates the automatic closing of the
of the doors and tailgate, as well as activate the automatic closing of windows in addition to locking.
the folding and unfolding of the exte- the windows in addition to locking.  A second press within five seconds
rior mirrors. Each action is confirmed by fixed deadlocks the vehicle.
If one of the doors or the boot is open, lighting of the direction indicators for Each action is confirmed by fixed
the central locking does not work. approximately two seconds. lighting of the direction indicators for
At the same time, the exterior mirrors approximately two seconds.
fold back.

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Using the key Key in ignition Reprogramming the remote
 Turn the key in the lock on the A buzzer sounds on opening the control
driver’s door to lock the vehicle driver’s door, if the key has been left Following disconnection of the vehi-
and hold it in this position for more in the ignition. cle’s battery, replacement of the re-
than two seconds to activate the mote control battery or in the event
automatic closing of the windows of a remote control malfunction, the
in addition to locking. remote control must be reinitialised.
 Turn the key again within five sec- Changing the remote control  Switch off the ignition.
onds to deadlock the vehicle.
battery  Switch the ignition on again.
Each action is confirmed by fixed
lighting of the direction indicators for  Press the remote control locking but-
approximately two seconds. ton immediately for a few seconds.
 Switch off the ignition and remove
the remote control key from the ig-
nition lock.
When the vehicle is locked, The remote control is now working
if unlocking is activated inad- again.
vertently without a door being ELECTRONIC ENGINE
opened within 30 seconds, IMMOBILISER
the vehicle will lock automatically.
The folding and unfolding of the ex- This locks the engine control sys-
terior mirrors can be deactivated by tem a few moments after the ignition
a PEUGEOT dealer. has been switched off and therefore
prevents starting of the vehicle by
Battery ref.: CR1620/3 volts. anyone who does not have the key.
The information "battery flat" is given The ignition key has an electronic
Locating your vehicle by displaying of the service warning chip which has a special code. When
light, accompanied by an audible the ignition is switched on, the code is
To locate your vehicle, if signal and a message on the multi- recognised and starting is possible.
you have locked it, in a function display. If the system does not function cor-
car park: To replace the battery, unclip the cas- rectly, the service warning light comes
ing using a coin at the notch. on, accompanied by an audible signal
If the remote control does not work and a message on the multifunction
after the battery has been changed, display.
 press button B, the courtesy lights re-programme the remote control. In this case, your vehicle will not start.
come on and the direction indica- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
tors flash for a few seconds. as possible.

67
CONFIDENTIAL CARD Make a careful note of the When purchasing a second-hand
number on each key. The key vehicle:
number is coded on the label - ensure that you are given the
attached to the key. confidential card;
- have the key codes memorised
If the keys are lost, your PEUGEOT by a PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure
dealer can rapidly supply you with that the keys in your possession
new keys. are the only ones which can start
The high frequency remote con- the vehicle.
trol is a sensitive system; do not
operate it while it is in your pocket Do not make any modifications to
as there is a possibility that it may the electronic engine immobiliser
unlock your vehicle, without you system.
being aware of it.
The remote control does not oper-
This is given to you on delivery of ate when the key is in the ignition,
your vehicle with the duplicate keys. even when the ignition is switched
It contains the identification code off, except for reprogramming.
necessary for any work carried out Do not operate the deadlocking
by a PEUGEOT dealer on the elec- function if there is anyone inside
tronic immobiliser system. This code the vehicle.
is hidden by a film, which should be
removed only if necessary. Driving with the doors locked may
make access to the passenger com- Do not throw the remote con-
Keep your card in a safe place, partment by the emergency services trol batteries away, they con-
never inside the vehicle. more difficult in an emergency. tain metals which are harmful
When undertaking a long trip or jour- As a safety precaution (with chil- to the environment.
ney, however, it is advisable to take dren on board), remove the ignition
it with you along with your personal Take them to an approved collection
key when you leave the vehicle, point.
papers. even for a short time.
Do not repeatedly press the but-
ton of your remote control out of
range and out of sight of your ve-
hicle. You run the risk of stopping
it from working and the remote
control would have to be repro-
grammed.

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Using the key Key in ignition Reprogramming the remote
 Turn the key in the lock on the A buzzer sounds on opening the control
driver’s door to lock the vehicle driver’s door, if the key has been left Following disconnection of the vehi-
and hold it in this position for more in the ignition. cle’s battery, replacement of the re-
than two seconds to activate the mote control battery or in the event
automatic closing of the windows of a remote control malfunction, the
in addition to locking. remote control must be reinitialised.
 Turn the key again within five sec- Changing the remote control  Switch off the ignition.
onds to deadlock the vehicle.
battery  Switch the ignition on again.
Each action is confirmed by fixed
lighting of the direction indicators for  Press the remote control locking but-
approximately two seconds. ton immediately for a few seconds.
 Switch off the ignition and remove
the remote control key from the ig-
nition lock.
When the vehicle is locked, The remote control is now working
if unlocking is activated inad- again.
vertently without a door being ELECTRONIC ENGINE
opened within 30 seconds, IMMOBILISER
the vehicle will lock automatically.
The folding and unfolding of the ex- This locks the engine control sys-
terior mirrors can be deactivated by tem a few moments after the ignition
a PEUGEOT dealer. has been switched off and therefore
prevents starting of the vehicle by
Battery ref.: CR1620/3 volts. anyone who does not have the key.
The information "battery flat" is given The ignition key has an electronic
Locating your vehicle by displaying of the service warning chip which has a special code. When
light, accompanied by an audible the ignition is switched on, the code is
To locate your vehicle, if signal and a message on the multi- recognised and starting is possible.
you have locked it, in a function display. If the system does not function cor-
car park: To replace the battery, unclip the cas- rectly, the service warning light comes
ing using a coin at the notch. on, accompanied by an audible signal
If the remote control does not work and a message on the multifunction
after the battery has been changed, display.
 press button B, the courtesy lights re-programme the remote control. In this case, your vehicle will not start.
come on and the direction indica- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
tors flash for a few seconds. as possible.

67
CONFIDENTIAL CARD Make a careful note of the When purchasing a second-hand
number on each key. The key vehicle:
number is coded on the label - ensure that you are given the
attached to the key. confidential card;
- have the key codes memorised
If the keys are lost, your PEUGEOT by a PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure
dealer can rapidly supply you with that the keys in your possession
new keys. are the only ones which can start
The high frequency remote con- the vehicle.
trol is a sensitive system; do not
operate it while it is in your pocket Do not make any modifications to
as there is a possibility that it may the electronic engine immobiliser
unlock your vehicle, without you system.
being aware of it.
The remote control does not oper-
This is given to you on delivery of ate when the key is in the ignition,
your vehicle with the duplicate keys. even when the ignition is switched
It contains the identification code off, except for reprogramming.
necessary for any work carried out Do not operate the deadlocking
by a PEUGEOT dealer on the elec- function if there is anyone inside
tronic immobiliser system. This code the vehicle.
is hidden by a film, which should be
removed only if necessary. Driving with the doors locked may
make access to the passenger com- Do not throw the remote con-
Keep your card in a safe place, partment by the emergency services trol batteries away, they con-
never inside the vehicle. more difficult in an emergency. tain metals which are harmful
When undertaking a long trip or jour- As a safety precaution (with chil- to the environment.
ney, however, it is advisable to take dren on board), remove the ignition
it with you along with your personal Take them to an approved collection
key when you leave the vehicle, point.
papers. even for a short time.
Do not repeatedly press the but-
ton of your remote control out of
range and out of sight of your ve-
hicle. You run the risk of stopping
it from working and the remote
control would have to be repro-
grammed.

68
THE ALARM If the alarm has been trig-  In the next ten seconds, press
gered ten times in succes- button A until the indicator light is
sion, on the eleventh time it on continuously,
becomes inactive.  Get out of the vehicle,
If button A indicator light flashes rap-  Set the alarm by locking or dead-
idly, the alarm has been triggered while locking using the remote control
you were away from your vehicle. (button A indicator light flashes
45 seconds following pressing of the once a second).
locking button on the remote control, In order for the alarm to be set in
the alarm is set, regardless of the this mode, these operations must be
status of the doors or boot. carried out each time the ignition is
When washing your vehicle, to pre- switched off.
This provides two types of protection: vent triggering of the alarm:
- exterior protection: it sounds if - lock the doors using the key, Failure of the remote control
a door, the boot or the bonnet is or
opened.  Unlock the doors with the key and
- interior protection: it sounds if - set the exterior alarm only. open the door. The alarm is trig-
the volume inside the passenger gered.
compartment changes (breaking of  Switch on the ignition. The alarm
a window or a movement inside the is disarmed.
vehicle). Incorrect operation
Setting the alarm Disarming
When the ignition is switched on, if
 Switch off the ignition and get out Unlock the vehicle with the remote button A lights for ten seconds, there
of the vehicle. control key (button A indicator light is a fault in the siren connection.
 Set the alarm, by locking or dead- goes out). Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have
locking using the remote control Note: if the alarm has been triggered the system checked.
(button A indicator light flashes while you were away from your vehicle,
once per second). the rapid flashing of the indicator light will
Note: if you wish to lock your vehi- stop when you switch on the ignition. Automatic activation*
cle without setting the alarm, use the
door lock. To set the alarm with exterior The alarm is activated automatically
protection only two minutes after the last closure of a
When the alarm is triggered, the si- door or the boot.
ren sounds and the direction indicator If, while you are away from the vehi-
lights flash for thirty seconds. In order to avoid accidental triggering
cle, you wish to leave a window par- of the alarm when a door or the boot
After triggering, the alarm remains set. tially open or a pet inside the vehicle, is opened, it is essential to first press
you should choose exterior protec- the unlocking button on the remote
tion only. control.
 Switch off the ignition,
* According to country.
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ELECTRIC WINDOWS Automatic operation: Reinitialisation of the
Press or pull the switch fully: the win- windows
dow opens or closes completely when Following reconnection of the battery
the switch is released. Pressing the or in the event of a malfunction:
switch again stops the movement of
the window. - release the switch and pull it again
until it closes completely,
Note: approximately 45 seconds fol-
lowing removal of the ignition key, - hold the switch for approximately
none of the windows can be opened one second after closing,
or closed. The ignition must be - press the switch to lower the
switched on again to open or close window automatically,
the windows. - when the window has reached the
low position, press the switch again
for approximately one second.
Safety auto-reverse The safety auto-reverse function
When the window rises and meets is not active during these opera-
1. Driver’s electric window an obstacle, it stops and partially tions.
switch. lowers again.
2. Passenger’s electric window
switch. Note:
3. Rear right electric window In the event of unwanted opening
of the window on closing (for exam- Always remove the key from
switch. the ignition when leaving
ple in the presence of frost), press
4. Rear left electric window the switch until it opens completely, the vehicle, even for a short
switch. then pull it immediately until it clos- time.
5. Disarming of the rear electric es. Continue to hold the switch for In the event of contact during opera-
window switches (child lock). approximately one second after the tion of the windows, you must reverse
window has closed. the movement of the window. To do
You have two options: The safety auto-reverse function is this, press the switch concerned.
not active during these operations. When the driver operates the pas-
Disarming the rear window senger electric window switches, he
controls must ensure that no one is prevent-
Manual operation: ing correct closing of the windows.
For the safety of your children, press
switch 5 to prevent operation of the The driver must ensure that the pas-
Press or pull the switch gently. The sengers use the electric windows
window stops as soon as the switch rear windows irrespective of their po-
sition. correctly.
is released.
When the button is pressed down, Be aware of children when operating
disarming is active. When the button the windows.
is raised, disarming is deactivated.

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THE DOORS Locking/ To switch on
Unlocking from the inside Press and hold button A.
Activation of the function is accom-
panied by a message on the multi-
function display.

To switch off
Press and hold button A.
Deactivation of the function is ac-
companied by a message on the
Opening the doors from outside multifunction display.
Pressing button A permits locking or
unlocking of the vehicle.
The red warning light on the button Notes:
comes on when the vehicle is locked
and switches off when it is unlocked. If one of the doors is open, locking
from the inside and automatic central
locking are not possible.
Note: if the vehicle is locked or dead- If the boot is open, automatic central
locked from outside, the red warning locking of the doors is active.
light flashes and button A does not
function. In this case, use the key or
the remote control for unlocking.
Opening the doors from inside "Door open" alert
The door opening control permits If a door has not been closed properly:
complete unlocking of the vehicle. Automatic central locking of the
doors - when the engine is running,
Note: the door opening switches you are warned by a diagram and
do not function when the vehicle is The doors can lock automatically
when you are driving (at a speed of a message on the multifunction
deadlocked. display for a few seconds,
more than 6 mph (10 km/h)).
- when the vehicle is moving
Above 6 mph (10 km/h), press button (speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)),
A briefly to unlock the doors tempo- the service warning light comes on.
rarily. This is accompanied by an audible
You can activate or deactivate this signal, a message and a diagram
function. on the multifunction display for a
few seconds.

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Child safety TAILGATE "Tailgate open" warning
If the tailgate has not been closed
properly:
- when the engine is running,
you are warned by a diagram and
a message on the multifunction
display for a few seconds,
- when the vehicle is being driven
(speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)),
the service warning light comes on.
This is accompanied by an audible
signal, a diagram and a message
on the multifunction display.

Simultaneous locking or
unlocking of the tailgate and
This prevents either of the rear doors the doors
being opened from inside.
The tailgate is locked or unlocked
 Turn the switch a quarter of a turn by the remote control or the driver’s
using the ignition key. door lock.
To open, pull handle A and lift the
tailgate.

Note: the tailgate locks automati-


cally when the vehicle is being driven
above 6 mph (10 km/h). It unlocks
when one of the doors is opened or
when the internal central locking/un-
locking button is pressed (speed be-
low 6 mph (10 km/h)).

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Child safety TAILGATE "Tailgate open" warning
If the tailgate has not been closed
properly:
- when the engine is running,
you are warned by a diagram and
a message on the multifunction
display for a few seconds,
- when the vehicle is being driven
(speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)),
the service warning light comes on.
This is accompanied by an audible
signal, a diagram and a message
on the multifunction display.

Simultaneous locking or
unlocking of the tailgate and
This prevents either of the rear doors the doors
being opened from inside.
The tailgate is locked or unlocked
 Turn the switch a quarter of a turn by the remote control or the driver’s
using the ignition key. door lock.
To open, pull handle A and lift the
tailgate.

Note: the tailgate locks automati-


cally when the vehicle is being driven
above 6 mph (10 km/h). It unlocks
when one of the doors is opened or
when the internal central locking/un-
locking button is pressed (speed be-
low 6 mph (10 km/h)).

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Child safety TAILGATE "Tailgate open" warning
If the tailgate has not been closed
properly:
- when the engine is running,
you are warned by a diagram and
a message on the multifunction
display for a few seconds,
- when the vehicle is being driven
(speed above 6 mph (10 km/h)),
the service warning light comes on.
This is accompanied by an audible
signal, a diagram and a message
on the multifunction display.

Simultaneous locking or
unlocking of the tailgate and
This prevents either of the rear doors the doors
being opened from inside.
The tailgate is locked or unlocked
 Turn the switch a quarter of a turn by the remote control or the driver’s
using the ignition key. door lock.
To open, pull handle A and lift the
tailgate.

Note: the tailgate locks automati-


cally when the vehicle is being driven
above 6 mph (10 km/h). It unlocks
when one of the doors is opened or
when the internal central locking/un-
locking button is pressed (speed be-
low 6 mph (10 km/h)).

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Tailgate release PANORAMIC ROOF Safety auto-reverse
At the end of its travel, if the shutter
encounters an obstacle to closing, it
stops and moves back slightly.

Notes
If the shutter’s power supply is cut
off, while it is moving or immediately
after it has stopped, you must reini-
tialise the safety auto-reverse:
- press section B of the switch until the
shutter is completely closed (closing
This enables the tailgate to be un- in stages of a few centimetres).
locked in the event of a central locking
fault. Your vehicle is fitted with a tinted In the event of unwanted opening of
glass panoramic roof which increas- the shutter on closing, and immedi-
- Fold back the rear seats to gain es the light and visibility in the pas-
access to the lock from inside the ately after the shutter has stopped:
senger compartment. Its electric con-
boot, cealing shutter improves temperature - press section A of the switch until
- Insert a small screwdriver into hole conditions. the shutter is fully open,
A of the lock to unlock the tailgate. - release section A and immediately
afterwards press section B of
To open: press part A of the switch. the switch until the shutter is fully
To close: press part B of the switch. closed (closing in stages of a few
centimetres).
Manually: press the switch without
going past the point of resistance; the The safety auto-reverse function
shutter stops as soon as the switch is is not active during these opera-
released. tions.

Automatically: press the switch


beyond the point of resistance; one
press fully opens or closes the shut-
ter. Press the switch again to stop the
shutter.

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Tailgate release PANORAMIC ROOF Safety auto-reverse
At the end of its travel, if the shutter
encounters an obstacle to closing, it
stops and moves back slightly.

Notes
If the shutter’s power supply is cut
off, while it is moving or immediately
after it has stopped, you must reini-
tialise the safety auto-reverse:
- press section B of the switch until the
shutter is completely closed (closing
This enables the tailgate to be un- in stages of a few centimetres).
locked in the event of a central locking
fault. Your vehicle is fitted with a tinted In the event of unwanted opening of
glass panoramic roof which increas- the shutter on closing, and immedi-
- Fold back the rear seats to gain es the light and visibility in the pas-
access to the lock from inside the ately after the shutter has stopped:
senger compartment. Its electric con-
boot, cealing shutter improves temperature - press section A of the switch until
- Insert a small screwdriver into hole conditions. the shutter is fully open,
A of the lock to unlock the tailgate. - release section A and immediately
afterwards press section B of
To open: press part A of the switch. the switch until the shutter is fully
To close: press part B of the switch. closed (closing in stages of a few
centimetres).
Manually: press the switch without
going past the point of resistance; the The safety auto-reverse function
shutter stops as soon as the switch is is not active during these opera-
released. tions.

Automatically: press the switch


beyond the point of resistance; one
press fully opens or closes the shut-
ter. Press the switch again to stop the
shutter.

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FILLING WITH FUEL The engine must be switched off
when filling with fuel.
 Open the fuel filler flap.
 Insert the key then turn it to the left.
 Remove the cap and hang it on
the hook located on the inside of
the flap.
A label affixed to the inside of the fuel
filler flap indicates which type of fuel
to use.
When you fill your tank, do not con-
tinue after the third cut-off of the
pump. This could cause your vehicle
to malfunction.
The capacity of the tank is approxi-
mately 60 litres.
 After filling the tank, lock the cap
and close the fuel filler flap.
Low fuel level

When the minimum


fuel level in the tank
is reached, this
warning light comes
on on the instrument Operating fault
panel. With the ignition on, if the fuel gauge
You can still drive approximately needle remains in or returns to the
30 miles (50 km). rest positon (below zero), this in-
dicates a malfunction of the fuel
gauge.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.

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LIGHTS STALK Lights on buzzer Vehicles fitted with front fog
With the ignition off and the automat- lamps and a rear fog lamp (ring C)
ic switching on of the lights deactivat-
ed, when the driver’s door is opened, Front fog lamps (first rota-
a buzzer sounds to warn you that you tion of the ring forwards)
have left your lights on.

The front fog lamps operate with


the side lights and the dipped head-
Front fog lamps and rear fog lamps.
lamp Front and rear fog
 Turn ring B or C forwards to switch lamps (2nd rotation
on and backwards to switch off. of the ring forwards).
The status is confirmed by the
indicator light on the instrument
panel. Note: to switch off the rear fog lamp
Front and rear lights (ring A)
and the front fog lamps, turn the ring
 Place ring A in the required Vehicles fitted with a rear fog backwards twice in succession.
position. lamp (ring B)
Lights off
Rear fog lamp

The rear fog lamp will be de-


Side lights This operates with the dipped/main activated automatically when
beam headlamps. towing or when a bicycle car-
rier fitted with a fog lamp is
Note: when the lights are switched off fitted.
automatically, the rear fog lamp and
Dipped/main beam the dipped headlamps will remain on.
headlamps Turn the ring backwards to switch off
the rear fog lamp. The dipped head- In good or rainy weather,
lamps will then be switched off. both day and night, the front
fog lamps and the rear fog
lamp are dazzling and are
Dipped/Main beam change prohibited.
Do not forget to switch them off when
 Pull the stalk towards you. they are no longer needed.

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Direction indicators (flashers) Manual "Follow-me-home" lighting To switch the function on
When the automatic switching on or off, use the multifunction
Left: downwards. of the lights function is deactivated, display configuration menu.
Right: upwards. the side lights and dipped headlamps
remain on for the duration selected for
the automatic "follow-me-home" lighting. Activation
If the vehicle is not fitted with the The activation of this function is
Note: if you forget to cancel the di- automatic switching on of the lights accompanied by a message on the
rection indicator, the volume of the function, when you leave your vehicle, multifunction display.
audible signal will increase, if you the side lights and dipped headlamps
are driving at a speed greater than remain on for thirty seconds. The function is activated when the
50 mph (80 km/h). manual lights stalk is in position 0.

Activation:
Automatic "Follow me home"  switch off the engine, Deactivation
lighting  "flash" the headlamps, The deactivation of this function is
With the ignition off, when you leave  get out of the vehicle and lock it. accompanied by a message on the
your vehicle with the automatic multifunction display.
switching on of the lights function Deactivation: The function is deactivated tempo-
activated, the side lights and dipped  "flash" the headlamps again, rarily when you use the manual lights
headlamps remain on for the select- stalk.
ed duration.  get out of the vehicle and lock it.

To deactivate or activate If the brightness sensor does not


this function, go to the multi- Automatic switching on of the function correctly, the lights come
function display configura- on accompanied by the service
tion menu. lights
warning light, an audible signal and
The duration of the timed Side lights and dipped beam head- a message on the multifunction
period must also be set (15, 30, lamps switch on automatically if the display.
60 seconds), via the multifunction light is poor, or during operation of
the windscreen wipers. They switch Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
display configuration menu, except
in the case of the monochrome off as soon as the light becomes
screen A for which it is pre-set. bright enough or the windscreen wip-
ers stop. Do not cover the brightness
Note: in foggy weather or in snow, sensor, coupled with the rain
the brightness sensor can detect suf- sensor, located in the centre
Cancelling: ficient light. As a consequence, the of the windscreen, behind
 "flash" the headlamps, lights will not come on automatically. the interior mirror. It is used for the
automatic switching on of the lights.
 get out of the vehicle and lock it.

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Direction indicators (flashers) Manual "Follow-me-home" lighting To switch the function on
When the automatic switching on or off, use the multifunction
Left: downwards. of the lights function is deactivated, display configuration menu.
Right: upwards. the side lights and dipped headlamps
remain on for the duration selected for
the automatic "follow-me-home" lighting. Activation
If the vehicle is not fitted with the The activation of this function is
Note: if you forget to cancel the di- automatic switching on of the lights accompanied by a message on the
rection indicator, the volume of the function, when you leave your vehicle, multifunction display.
audible signal will increase, if you the side lights and dipped headlamps
are driving at a speed greater than remain on for thirty seconds. The function is activated when the
50 mph (80 km/h). manual lights stalk is in position 0.

Activation:
Automatic "Follow me home"  switch off the engine, Deactivation
lighting  "flash" the headlamps, The deactivation of this function is
With the ignition off, when you leave  get out of the vehicle and lock it. accompanied by a message on the
your vehicle with the automatic multifunction display.
switching on of the lights function Deactivation: The function is deactivated tempo-
activated, the side lights and dipped  "flash" the headlamps again, rarily when you use the manual lights
headlamps remain on for the select- stalk.
ed duration.  get out of the vehicle and lock it.

To deactivate or activate If the brightness sensor does not


this function, go to the multi- Automatic switching on of the function correctly, the lights come
function display configura- on accompanied by the service
tion menu. lights
warning light, an audible signal and
The duration of the timed Side lights and dipped beam head- a message on the multifunction
period must also be set (15, 30, lamps switch on automatically if the display.
60 seconds), via the multifunction light is poor, or during operation of
the windscreen wipers. They switch Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
display configuration menu, except
in the case of the monochrome off as soon as the light becomes
screen A for which it is pre-set. bright enough or the windscreen wip-
ers stop. Do not cover the brightness
Note: in foggy weather or in snow, sensor, coupled with the rain
the brightness sensor can detect suf- sensor, located in the centre
Cancelling: ficient light. As a consequence, the of the windscreen, behind
 "flash" the headlamps, lights will not come on automatically. the interior mirror. It is used for the
automatic switching on of the lights.
 get out of the vehicle and lock it.

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Daytime lights* MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF AUTOMATIC HEADLAMP
THE HEADLAMPS ADJUSTMENT
On vehicles which are equipped with
daytime lights, the dipped headlamps
come on when the vehicle is started.

This warning light comes


on on the instrument panel.

The instruments and controls


(instrument panel, multifunc-
tion display, air conditioning
control panel, ...) are only lit
on switching to the automatic switch-
ing on of the lights mode or when the For vehicles fitted with halogen On vehicles with xenon bulbs:
lights are switched on manually. bulbs, depending on the load in your when stationary, the system auto-
vehicle, adjusting the beam of your matically corrects the height of the
headlamps is recommended. beam, whatever the load of the vehi-
0. 1 or 2 people in the front seats. cle. The driver is then assured of hav-
-. 3 people. ing optimum lighting and not causing
a nuisance to other road users.
1. 5 or 7 people.
-. Intermediate setting.
2. 5 or 7 people + maximum
authorised load.
-. Intermediate setting.
3. Driver + maximum authorised In cases of malfunction,
load. the service warning light
comes on on the instrument
panel, accompanied by an
Initial setting is position 0. audible signal and a mes-
sage on the multifunction display.
The system places your headlamps
to the low position.
Do not touch the xenon bulbs.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
* According to country.
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WINDSCREEN WIPER STALK Special position of the front
windscreen wiper
In the minute following switching off
of the ignition, any action on the stalk
positions the wipers in the centre of
the windscreen.
This action enables you to position
the wiper blades for winter parking,
cleaning or replacement (See section
"Practical information - Changing a
wiper blade").
To park the wipers after this has
been done, switch on the ignition and
operate the stalk.

Front windscreen wiper with Front windscreen wiper with


intermittent wipe automatic wipe
2 Fast wipe (heavy rain). 2 Fast wipe (heavy rain).
1 Normal wipe (moderate rain). 1 Normal wipe
(moderate rain). Windscreen and headlamp wash
l Intermittent wipe.
I Intermittent wipe. Pull the windscreen wiper stalk to-
0 Off. wards you. The windscreen wash
 Single wipe (press downwards). 0 Off. then the windscreen wipers operate
AUTO  Automatic or single wipe for a fixed period.
(press downwards). The headlamp wash is also activat-
In the Intermittent position, the
wiping speed is in proportion to the ed, if the headlamps are on.
vehicle speed.
In the Intermittent position, the wiping
speed is in proportion to the speed of
the vehicle.
Automatic windscreen wipers
In AUTO mode, the wiping speed is
in proportion to the intensity of the In AUTO mode, the windscreen wip-
rainfall. The first press of the stalk ers operate automatically and adapt
downwards activates the automatic their speed to the intensity of the
wipe. rainfall.
Subsequent presses trigger a single
wipe.

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Activation Rear windscreen wiper COURTESY LIGHTS
Activation of the function is accom-
panied by a message on the multi-
function display.
The automatic windscreen
wipers function must be
reactivated if the ignition
has been switched off for
more than one minute, by press-
ing the stalk downwards.

Turn ring A to the first notch


Deactivation for intermittent wiping.
Deactivation of the function is ac- When reverse gear is en-
companied by a message on the gaged, if the windscreen
multifunction display. wipers are in operation, the
rear wiper will start wiping. 1. Front courtesy light
The function is deactivated when the
windscreen wipers stalk is moved to
position I, 1 or 2. In this position, the courtesy
light comes on automatically:
In the event of malfunction of the To activate or deactivate - when the vehicle is unlocked,
automatic windscreen wipers, the this function, go to the multi-
function display configura- - when the key is removed from the
windscreen wipers will operate in in- ignition,
termittent mode. tion menu.
- when a door is opened,
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have If there is a significant accumulation - when the vehicle location function is used.
the system checked. of snow or ice and when using a bicy- It switches off gradually:
cle carrier on the tailgate, deactivate
the automatic rear wiping by going to - when the vehicle is locked,
Do not cover the rain sensor the multifunction display configura- - when the ignition is switched on,
located on the windscreen tion menu. - with the ignition off, 30 seconds
behind the interior mirror. after the last door is closed.
When using an automatic car
wash, switch off the ignition. Rear windscreen wash
Permanently off.
In winter, it is advisable to wait for the
windscreen to completely clear of ice Turn ring A past the first
before operating the automatic wipe. notch; the windscreen wash
then the windscreen wiper
operate for a fixed period.

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Activation Rear windscreen wiper COURTESY LIGHTS
Activation of the function is accom-
panied by a message on the multi-
function display.
The automatic windscreen
wipers function must be
reactivated if the ignition
has been switched off for
more than one minute, by press-
ing the stalk downwards.

Turn ring A to the first notch


Deactivation for intermittent wiping.
Deactivation of the function is ac- When reverse gear is en-
companied by a message on the gaged, if the windscreen
multifunction display. wipers are in operation, the
rear wiper will start wiping. 1. Front courtesy light
The function is deactivated when the
windscreen wipers stalk is moved to
position I, 1 or 2. In this position, the courtesy
light comes on automatically:
In the event of malfunction of the To activate or deactivate - when the vehicle is unlocked,
automatic windscreen wipers, the this function, go to the multi-
function display configura- - when the key is removed from the
windscreen wipers will operate in in- ignition,
termittent mode. tion menu.
- when a door is opened,
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have If there is a significant accumulation - when the vehicle location function is used.
the system checked. of snow or ice and when using a bicy- It switches off gradually:
cle carrier on the tailgate, deactivate
the automatic rear wiping by going to - when the vehicle is locked,
Do not cover the rain sensor the multifunction display configura- - when the ignition is switched on,
located on the windscreen tion menu. - with the ignition off, 30 seconds
behind the interior mirror. after the last door is closed.
When using an automatic car
wash, switch off the ignition. Rear windscreen wash
Permanently off.
In winter, it is advisable to wait for the
windscreen to completely clear of ice Turn ring A past the first
before operating the automatic wipe. notch; the windscreen wash
then the windscreen wiper
operate for a fixed period.

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Permanently on.

Different lighting times are available:


- with the ignition off or on,
approximately 10 minutes,
- in economy mode, approximately
30 seconds,
- when the engine is running, no
limit.

3. 2nd row rear reading lights 4. 3rd row rear courtesy light

The reading light comes on: In this position, the courtesy


- when the vehicle is unlocked, light comes on automatically:
- when the key is removed from the
ignition,
- when a door is opened, - when the vehicle is unlocked,
- when the vehicle location function - when the key is removed from the
is used. ignition,
- when a door is opened,
It switches off gradually: - when the vehicle location function
is used.
- when the vehicle is locked,
- when the ignition is switched on, It switches off gradually:
- with the ignition off, 30 seconds - when the vehicle is locked,
after the last door is closed. - when the ignition is switched on,
2. Front map reading lights
- with the ignition off, 30 seconds
With the ignition on (function not avail- after the last door is closed.
able in economy mode), press the Permanently off.
With the ignition on, press switch to obtain permanent lighting.
the corresponding switch.
Press the switch again to switch the
reading light off.
Permanently on when the
ignition is on (function not
available in economy mode).

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SUN VISOR WITH ILLUMINATED AREAS FOR TOLL CARDS/
COURTESY MIRROR CAR PARK TICKETS

With the ignition on, the mirror is The athermic windscreen has two non-
automatically lit up when the flap is reflective zones located either side of
opened. the base of the interior mirror.
They are intended for affixing toll
cards and/or car park tickets.

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INTERIOR LAYOUT FITTING/REMOVING THE MAT

1. Glove box with cooling facility 2. Front ashtray


Pull the lid to open the ashtray.
To empty it after opening, press the
tab and remove the ashtray.

3. Storage

4. 12 volt socket (100 W max)


This is a lighter type socket, fitted
with a cap. It is supplied with current
from the running position.

5. Door tray When fitting the mat for the first time,
use only the fixings supplied in the
wallet attached.
This is fitted with a lock. 6. Storage/Can holder
When removing the mat on the driv-
To open the glove box, lift the han- er’s side:
dle. 7. Waste container - push the seat as far back as pos-
The glove box lights when the lid is To empty, open it fully (past the point sible,
opened. of resistance) then pull on the recep- - unscrew the fixings fully,
It has a ventilation nozzle that can tacle to remove it. - remove the fixings, then the mat.
be closed A, distributing the same To refit, lock it in place on the cover.
cooled air as the vents of the pas- When refitting, position the
senger compartment. mat correctly and replace the
It contains three sockets* B for con- fixings by pressing them in.
necting video equipment.
The layout allows storage of a water Ensure that the mat is secured correctly.
bottle, a pen, the vehicle handbook, To prevent the mat from becoming
a pair of spectacles, tokens, etc. caught under the pedals:
- only use mats which are suited to
the fixings already present in the
vehicle. It is imperative that these
fixings are used.
- never fit one mat on top of another.
* DT colour screen only.
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INTERIOR LAYOUT FITTING/REMOVING THE MAT

1. Glove box with cooling facility 2. Front ashtray


Pull the lid to open the ashtray.
To empty it after opening, press the
tab and remove the ashtray.

3. Storage

4. 12 volt socket (100 W max)


This is a lighter type socket, fitted
with a cap. It is supplied with current
from the running position.

5. Door tray When fitting the mat for the first time,
use only the fixings supplied in the
wallet attached.
This is fitted with a lock. 6. Storage/Can holder
When removing the mat on the driv-
To open the glove box, lift the han- er’s side:
dle. 7. Waste container - push the seat as far back as pos-
The glove box lights when the lid is To empty, open it fully (past the point sible,
opened. of resistance) then pull on the recep- - unscrew the fixings fully,
It has a ventilation nozzle that can tacle to remove it. - remove the fixings, then the mat.
be closed A, distributing the same To refit, lock it in place on the cover.
cooled air as the vents of the pas- When refitting, position the
senger compartment. mat correctly and replace the
It contains three sockets* B for con- fixings by pressing them in.
necting video equipment.
The layout allows storage of a water Ensure that the mat is secured correctly.
bottle, a pen, the vehicle handbook, To prevent the mat from becoming
a pair of spectacles, tokens, etc. caught under the pedals:
- only use mats which are suited to
the fixings already present in the
vehicle. It is imperative that these
fixings are used.
- never fit one mat on top of another.
* DT colour screen only.
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ENTERTAINMENT SCREEN KIT
This video assembly will enable the
rear passengers to pass the time
pleasantly while watching their fa-
vourite film or playing their favourite
game, by means, in particular, of the
connection of a DVD player or games
console to the central support, fitted
between the front seats.

The entertainment screen kit con-


sists of:
- a 16/9ths, 7 inch, LCD colour monitor
with direction adjustment in the three
axes, The upper face of the monitor incor-
porates the following controls:
- two high frequency, wireless, ster-
eo headphones, 1. "POWER" button to switch the
- a removable support, monitor on/off.
- three audio/video sockets on the 2. "FUNC" button for selection of
fixed base and in the glove com- the input source, AV1 or AV2.
partment. 3. "WIDE" button to change the
The monitor and the support can be display format (normal, full
removed and stored, each in their screen, wide, cinema).
own protective cover. 4. "MENU" button for selection of
The entertainment screen kit accepts the menus and settings.
all types of audio/video source, PAL/ 5. "" and "" buttons to change
NTSC compatible, such as: DVD the settings.
player, camcorder, games console, ...
By pressing buttons 4 and 5, you can
These sources are connected to the adjust the brightness, the contrast,
three audio/video sockets, AV1 in the the colours, ...
glove compartment or AV2 on the
fixed base. For further details, refer to the oper-
ating manuals "Video kit operation"
and "VMA8582 7 inch LCD colour
monitor".

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Various controls are incorporated in
the headphones:
A. Housing for the two LR03
batteries.
B. Headphones on/off button.
C. On/off indicator light.
D. Tuning frequency adjustment
control.
E. Headphones volume adjustment
control.
To get the best out of the head-
phones, you must adjust their size to
suit you, find their tuning frequency
by rotating control D, then adjust the
volume by rotating control E.

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BOOT LAYOUT

1. Grab handles and coat hooks 4. Rear armrests with To remove it:
grab handle - remove the cover guides from the
2. High load retaining pillar rails,
net fastenings 5. Storage nets - return the cover into its roller,
The high load retaining net can be fit- One of them contains the luggage re- - compress it and remove it from its
ted in the 2nd or 3rd row. taining net. support at the 2nd row,
Open the covers of the correspond- To store it, pull it back and place it
ing upper fastenings. with the two storage nets, already
6. Luggage retaining net lowered.
Fit the ends of the metal bar in these fastenings ("hammock"
fastenings. version) in the tailgate Note: the roller has two hooks for se-
curing the luggage retaining net de-
Secure the two opaque material Fold the net in two. pending on where it is installed.
strap hooks in the stowing rings on Secure the two centre hooks in the
the floor. stowing rings on the floor.
8. High load retaining net
The rings are located directly below Secure the net’s remaining four
the corresponding upper fastenings. hooks on the boot pillars.
Pull the two straps taut. 9. Luggage retaining net
Secure the two hooks on the elastic 7. Load space cover Secure the net’s seven hooks in the
parts of the opaque material in these stowing rings and the fastenings on
To install it: the floor.
rings.
- position one end of the cover roller
Note: the net must be positioned so in the 2nd row,
that the label can be seen from the
boot. This ensures that the central - compress the opposite end of the
seat belt is routed correctly. roller and position it,
- release it to allow it to engage,
- unroll the cover as far as the boot
3. 12 volt socket pillars,
This is a 12 volt socket (lighter type), - insert the cover guides in the rails
installed on the load space cover left in the pillars,
support.
It is supplied from the "Running" po-
sition.

See configuration of the nets (next


page)
87
Example of installation of the nets:

Luggage retaining net, "folded" Luggage retaining net, High load retaining net
version "hammock" version, in the in the 2nd row
tailgate

Luggage retaining net, "L" Luggage retaining net, Load space cover stored with the
version "hammock" version at the roller two storage nets

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HORN HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS

Press the button, the direction indica-


tors flash.
Press one of the spokes of the They can operate with the ignition off.
steering wheel.

Automatic lighting of hazard


warning lights*
When braking in an emergency,
depending on the deceleration, the
hazard warning lights come on auto-
matically. They switch off automati-
cally the first time you accelerate.
It is also possible to switch them off
by pressing the button.

* According to country.
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TYRE UNDER-INFLATION Puncture All repairs and changing of
DETECTION The STOP warning light comes on on tyres on a wheel fitted with
the instrument panel, accompanied this system must be carried
by an audible signal and a message out by a PEUGEOT dealer.
on the multi-function display locating If, when changing a tyre, you
the wheel concerned. install a wheel which is not detect-
Stop immediately, avoiding any sud- ed by your vehicle (example: fitting
den movement of the steering wheel of snow tyres), you must have the
and the brakes. system reinitialised by a PEUGEOT
dealer.
Change the damaged wheel (punc-
tured or very deflated tyre), and have
the tyre pressure checked as soon The tyre under-inflation detection
as possible. system is an aid to driving which does
not replace the need for the driver to
be vigilant or to drive responsibly.
Sensor(s) not detected or faulty
This system does not eliminate
Sensors fitted in each valve check the the need to have the tyre pressure
tyre pressure during driving and trigger The service warning light checked regularly (see manufactur-
a warning in the event of malfunction comes on on the instrument er’s label on the door pillar) to ensure
(speed above 12 mph (20 km/h)). panel, accompanied by an that the optimum dynamic perform-
audible signal and a mes- ance of the vehicle is maintained and
sage on the multifunction prevent premature wear of the tyres,
display locating the wheel or wheels particularly in arduous driving condi-
Flat tyre which are not detected or indicating a tions (heavy load, high speed).
fault in the system.
The tyre pressures must be checked
The service warning light Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to re- cold, at least once a month.
comes on on the instrument place the faulty sensor(s). Remember to check the pressure of
panel, accompanied by an the spare wheel.
audible signal and a message
on the multifunction display lo- The tyre under-inflation detection
cating the wheel concerned. Notes: system may experience temporary
interference due to radioelectric
Check the tyre pressures as soon as This message is also displayed when emissions on a frequency close to
possible. This check must be carried one of the wheels is away from the that used by the system.
out when the tyres are cold. vehicle (being repaired) or when one
or more wheels without a sensor are
fitted.
The spare wheel is not fitted with a
sensor.

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ANTI-LOCK BRAKING When this warning light EMERGENCY BRAKING
SYSTEM (ABS) AND comes on, connected to ASSISTANCE SYSTEM
ELECTRONIC BRAKE FORCE the STOP and ABS warn-
DISTRIBUTION (EBFD) ing lights, accompanied by In an emergency, this system enables
a buzzer and a message, the optimum braking pressure to be
The ABS, in conjunction with the it indicates that there is a reached more quickly, thus reducing
electronic brake force distribution, malfunction of the electronic brake the stopping distance.
increases the stability and mano- force distribution, which can cause It is triggered by the speed at which
evrability of your vehicle on braking, a loss of control of the vehicle when the brake pedal is activated. The
in particular on poor or slippery road braking. effect of this is a reduction in the re-
surfaces. Stop immediately. sistance of the pedal and an increase
Note: when changing wheels (tyres In both cases, consult a PEUGEOT in braking efficiency.
and rims), make sure that these are dealer.
approved.
The anti-lock braking system comes
into operation automatically when
there is a risk of wheel lock. Normal operation of the ABS may
make itself felt by slight vibrations
of the brake pedal.
When this warning light In emergency braking, press
comes on, accompanied very firmly without releasing the
by a buzzer and a mes- pressure.
sage, it indicates that there
is a malfunction of the ABS,
which can cause a loss of control of
the vehicle when braking.

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TRACTION CONTROL (ASR) Disarming Operating check
AND DYNAMIC STABILITY
CONTROL (ESP) When a malfunction of the
systems occurs, the switch
These systems are linked and light flashes and the warn-
complement the ABS. ing light comes on, accom-
The ASR system optimises drive to panied by an audible signal
prevent the wheels skidding, by act- and a message on the multifunction
ing on the brakes of the drive wheels display.
and on the engine. It also allows the Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have
directional stability of the vehicle to the systems checked.
be improved on acceleration.
If there is a variation between the tra-
jectory followed by the vehicle and
that required by the driver, the ESP In exceptional conditions (starting a
system automatically acts on the en- vehicle which is bogged down, stuck
gine and the brake of one or more in snow, on soft ground, ...), it may The ESP/ASR systems offer
wheels, in order to put the vehicle be advisable to disarm the ASR and exceptional safety in normal
back on course, within the limits of ESP systems, so that the wheels can driving, but this should not
the laws of physics. move freely and regain grip. encourage the driver to take
 Press the "ESP OFF" switch, lo- extra risks or drive at high speed.
cated on the central section of the The correct functioning of these
fascia. systems depends on observation of
the manufacturer’s recommenda-
Operation of the ASR and ESP tions regarding the wheels (tyres
systems and rims), the braking components,
The switch lights up and
the warning light comes on: the electronic components and the
The warning light flashes PEUGEOT assembly and operation
if the ASR or ESP is acti- the ASR and ESP systems
are disarmed. procedures.
vated.
After an impact, have the systems
Reactivation checked by a PEUGEOT dealer.
 Automatic if the ignition is switched
off.
 Automatic above 30 mph (50 km/h).
 Manual by pressing the switch
again.

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SEAT BELTS Unfastening the seat belts With the engine running and the
doors closed, the light switches off
automatically after 30 seconds.
Front and 2nd row rear side If a front seat belt is unfastened:
seat belts
- below 12 mph (20 km/h), the light
The front seats are fitted with pre- comes on constantly,
tensioners and force limiters while - above 12 mph (20 km/h) and for
the rear seats have force limiters two minutes, the warning light
only. flashes accompanied by an audible
signal of increasing volume. Once
these two minutes have elapsed,
the warning light remains on until
the driver and/or the front passen-
ger fastens his seat belt.
Routing the 2nd row rear side
seat belt:
 Press the red button on the stalk
then remove the buckle.

Seat belt unfastened/not fastened


warning light

To adjust the height in the front:


 To lower the attachment point,
squeeze control 1 and slide it
downwards.
 To raise the attachment point,
slide control 1 upwards.
 for children or people of a short
Fastening the seat belts stature, pass the seat belt under
the strap guide 2,
 Pull the strap, then insert the
buckle into the stalk.  for other passengers, pass the
When the ignition is switched on, the seat belt over the strap guide.
 Check that the seat belt is faste- warning light comes on if the driver
and/or the front passenger has not This strap guide prevents the seat
ned by pulling the strap. belt from passing over the neck of
fastened his seat belt.
these passengers.

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2nd row rear centre seat belt 3rd row rear seat belts

- On the left-hand side: in the 3-seat


configuration in the 2nd row, use
the strap guide for people of a short
stature only.
- On the right-hand side: in the re-
aligned side seats configuration, do
not use the strap guide.

Pre-tensioning and force-limiting


seat belts
Safety in the event of a frontal impact The 2nd row rear centre seat has a
has been improved by the introduc- The 3rd row rear seats are fitted
three-point inertia reel seat belt in- with two three-point inertia reel seat
tion of pre-tensioning and force- corporated in the centre of the roof.
limiting seat belts. Depending on the belts.
seriousness of the impact, the pre- Pass buckle A, then buckle B, into To put on the seat belt, insert buckle
tensioning system instantly tightens the strap guide working from the in- C then buckle D into their respective
the seat belts firmly against the body side to the outside of the seat. stalks.
of the occupant. Insert buckle A into its stalk (right), To remove the seat belt, proceed in
The pre-tensioning seat belts are then buckle B into its stalk (left). the reverse order, then move buckle
armed when the ignition is on. To remove the seat belt, proceed in D to the location E provided.
The force-limiting device reduces the the reverse order, then move buck-
pressure of the seat belt against the le B to the magnet of the roof fixing
occupant’s body in the event of an point.
accident.

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Wherever you are seated in In order to be effective, a seat belt: Recommendations for children:
the vehicle, always fasten - must be tightened as close to the - use a suitable child seat if the pas-
your seat belt, even for short body as possible, senger is less than 12 years old or
journeys. - must restrain one adult only, shorter than one metre fifty,
- must not bear any trace of cuts or - do not use the strap-guide* when a
fraying, child seat is installed.
Do not invert the seat belt buckles as - must be pulled in front of you with a - never use the same seat belt to se-
they will not fulfil their role fully. smooth movement, checking that it cure more than one person,
If the seats have armrests*, the lap does not twist, - never allow a child to travel on your
part of the seat belt must always - must not be transformed or modified lap.
pass under the armrest. to avoid altering its performance.
The seat belts are fitted with an in- Depending on the nature and se-
ertia reel permitting automatic adjust- In accordance with current safety riousness of the impacts, the pre-
ment of the length of the strap to your regulations, all repairs and checks tensioning device may be triggered
size. The seat belt is stored automat- must be carried out by a PEUGEOT before and independently of the air
ically when not in use. dealer who guarantees that the work bags.
Before and after use, ensure that the is carried out correctly. In all cases, the air bag warning light
seat belt is rolled up correctly. Have your seat belts checked regu- comes on.
The lower part of the strap must be larly by a PEUGEOT dealer and par- Following an impact, have the seat
positioned as low as possible on the ticularly if the straps show signs of belts system checked, and if neces-
pelvis. damage. sary replaced, by a PEUGEOT dealer.
The upper part must be positioned in Clean the seat belt straps with soapy
the hollow of the shoulder. water or a textile cleaning product,
sold by PEUGEOT dealers.
The inertia reels are fitted with an au-
tomatic locking device which comes After folding or moving a seat or rear
into operation in the event of a colli- bench seat, ensure that the seat belt
sion or emergency braking. You can is positioned and rolled up correctly.
release the device by pulling rapidly
on the strap and releasing it.

* According to model.
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AIR BAGS FRONT AIR BAGS Disarming the passenger
air bag*
The air bags have been designed to
maximise the safety of the occupants
in the event of serious collisions; they
work in conjunction with the force
limiting seat belts.
In the event of a serious collision, the
electronic detectors record and ana-
lyse any abrupt deceleration of the
vehicle: if the triggering threshold is
reached, the air bags inflate instantly
and protect the occupants of the ve-
hicle.
Immediately after the impact, the air
bags deflate rapidly, so that they do
not hinder the visibility of the occu-
pants nor their possible exit from the These are folded in the centre of the To ensure the safety of your child,
vehicle. steering wheel for the driver and in it is essential to disarm the pas-
The air bags will not be deployed in the fascia for the front passenger. senger air bag when you install a
collisions which are not serious, for They are deployed simultaneously, rear-facing child seat on the front
which the seat belt is sufficient to except in cases where the air bag is passenger seat. Otherwise, the
provide maximum protection. The disarmed. child would risk being seriously
seriousness of the collision depends injured or killed if the air bag were
on the nature of the obstacle and the to inflate.
speed of the vehicle at the moment Front air bag malfunction  With the ignition switched off,
of impact. insert the key into the passenger
If this warning light comes air bag disarming switch 1, turn
Air bags only operate when the ig- on, accompanied by a buzz- it to the "OFF" position, then re-
nition is switched on. er and a message on the move the key keeping the switch
multifunction display, con- in this position.
Note: the gas escaping from the air
bags can be a minor irritant. tact a PEUGEOT dealer to
have the system checked.

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In the "OFF" position, the passen- SIDE AIR BAGS* AND
ger air bag will not be triggered in the CURTAIN AIR BAGS*
event of an impact.
As soon as the child seat is removed,
turn the air bag switch to the "ON"
position to re-activate the air bag and
thus ensure the safety of your pas-
senger in the event of an impact.

Disarming check
With the ignition on, this is The side air bags are incorporated
confirmed by illumination of into the front seat backs on the door
this warning light which in- side.
dicates that the passenger The curtain air bags are incorporated
air bag is disarmed (switch into the door pillars and the upper
in the "OFF" position). part of the passenger compartment.
The warning light is lit throughout the They are deployed independently of
duration of disarming. each other depending on which side
the collision occurs.

Air bag fault


If this indicator light comes
If the passenger air bag dis- on, accompanied by an au-
arming warning light flashes, dible signal and a message
contact a PEUGEOT dealer. on the multi-function dis-
play, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer to have the system
In the event of permanent lighting checked.
of the two air bag warning lights, do
not install a rear facing child seat.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
* According to country.
97
For the front, side* and Front air bags Side air bags*
curtain* air bags to be fully • Do not drive holding the steering • Only put approved covers on
effective, observe the fol- wheel by its spokes or resting your the front seats. Contact your
lowing safety rules: hands on the centre part of the PEUGEOT dealer.
wheel. • Do not fix or glue anything to the
• Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. • Passengers must not place their front seat backs. This could cause
• Sit in a normal upright position. feet on the fascia. injury to the chest or arms when the
• Do not leave anything between the • Smoke as little as possible; deploy- side air bag inflates.
occupants and the air bags (child, ment of the air bags can cause • Do not sit with the upper part of the
animal, object...). burns or the risk of injury from a body any nearer to the door than
This could hamper the operation cigarette or pipe. necessary.
of the air bags or injure the occu- • Never remove or pierce the steer-
pants. ing wheel or hit it violently.
• All work on the air bag systems is
strictly prohibited unless it is car-
ried out by qualified personnel of
the PEUGEOT network.
• After an accident or if the vehicle
has been stolen or broken into,
have the air bag systems checked. Curtain air bags*
• Do not fix or glue anything to the
pillars or the roof. This could cause
injury to the head when the curtain
air bag inflates.
• Do not remove the bolts from the
grab handles installed on the roof,
they play a part in securing the
curtain air bags.

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98
In the "OFF" position, the passen- SIDE AIR BAGS* AND
ger air bag will not be triggered in the CURTAIN AIR BAGS*
event of an impact.
As soon as the child seat is removed,
turn the air bag switch to the "ON"
position to re-activate the air bag and
thus ensure the safety of your pas-
senger in the event of an impact.

Disarming check
With the ignition on, this is The side air bags are incorporated
confirmed by illumination of into the front seat backs on the door
this warning light which in- side.
dicates that the passenger The curtain air bags are incorporated
air bag is disarmed (switch into the door pillars and the upper
in the "OFF" position). part of the passenger compartment.
The warning light is lit throughout the They are deployed independently of
duration of disarming. each other depending on which side
the collision occurs.

Air bag fault


If this indicator light comes
If the passenger air bag dis- on, accompanied by an au-
arming warning light flashes, dible signal and a message
contact a PEUGEOT dealer. on the multi-function dis-
play, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer to have the system
In the event of permanent lighting checked.
of the two air bag warning lights, do
not install a rear facing child seat.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
* According to country.
97
For the front, side* and Front air bags Side air bags*
curtain* air bags to be fully • Do not drive holding the steering • Only put approved covers on
effective, observe the fol- wheel by its spokes or resting your the front seats. Contact your
lowing safety rules: hands on the centre part of the PEUGEOT dealer.
wheel. • Do not fix or glue anything to the
• Wear a correctly adjusted seat belt. • Passengers must not place their front seat backs. This could cause
• Sit in a normal upright position. feet on the fascia. injury to the chest or arms when the
• Do not leave anything between the • Smoke as little as possible; deploy- side air bag inflates.
occupants and the air bags (child, ment of the air bags can cause • Do not sit with the upper part of the
animal, object...). burns or the risk of injury from a body any nearer to the door than
This could hamper the operation cigarette or pipe. necessary.
of the air bags or injure the occu- • Never remove or pierce the steer-
pants. ing wheel or hit it violently.
• All work on the air bag systems is
strictly prohibited unless it is car-
ried out by qualified personnel of
the PEUGEOT network.
• After an accident or if the vehicle
has been stolen or broken into,
have the air bag systems checked. Curtain air bags*
• Do not fix or glue anything to the
pillars or the roof. This could cause
injury to the head when the curtain
air bag inflates.
• Do not remove the bolts from the
grab handles installed on the roof,
they play a part in securing the
curtain air bags.

* According to country.
98
HANDBRAKE "PORSCHE TIPTRONIC Park: to immobilise the vehicle or
SYSTEM" AUTOMATIC start the engine, with the handbrake
Applying GEARBOX on or off.
Pull the handbrake to immobilise
your vehicle. Reverse: to reverse (select this
position with the vehicle stationary,
engine at idle).

Releasing Neutral: to start the engine and to


Pull on the handle and press the park, with the handbrake on.
button to release the handbrake. Note: if position N is engaged
inadvertently while driving, allow
the engine to return to idle before
engaging position D to accelerate.
When the vehicle is being
driven, illumination of this Drive: for driving in automatic
warning light and of the mode.
STOP warning light, ac-
companied by an audible
signal and a message on the multi- Manual: to select the gears.
function display, indicates that the
handbrake is still on or has not been S: sport programme.
The four or six speed automatic
properly released. gearbox offers a choice between
the comfort of integral automatic : snow programme.
operation, enhanced by a sport and
a snow programme, or manual gear
changing.
Starting the engine
 with the handbrake applied, select
When parking on a slope, Gear selection gate position P or N in the gate,
direct your wheels towards
the pavement and pull the  Move the lever in the gate to  turn the ignition key to the Starting
handbrake. select a position. position.
The indicator light for the selec- Otherwise, you are warned by an
tion is displayed on the instrument audible signal and a message on the
panel display. multifunction display.

99
HANDBRAKE "PORSCHE TIPTRONIC Park: to immobilise the vehicle or
SYSTEM" AUTOMATIC start the engine, with the handbrake
Applying GEARBOX on or off.
Pull the handbrake to immobilise
your vehicle. Reverse: to reverse (select this
position with the vehicle stationary,
engine at idle).

Releasing Neutral: to start the engine and to


Pull on the handle and press the park, with the handbrake on.
button to release the handbrake. Note: if position N is engaged
inadvertently while driving, allow
the engine to return to idle before
engaging position D to accelerate.
When the vehicle is being
driven, illumination of this Drive: for driving in automatic
warning light and of the mode.
STOP warning light, ac-
companied by an audible
signal and a message on the multi- Manual: to select the gears.
function display, indicates that the
handbrake is still on or has not been S: sport programme.
The four or six speed automatic
properly released. gearbox offers a choice between
the comfort of integral automatic : snow programme.
operation, enhanced by a sport and
a snow programme, or manual gear
changing.
Starting the engine
 with the handbrake applied, select
When parking on a slope, Gear selection gate position P or N in the gate,
direct your wheels towards
the pavement and pull the  Move the lever in the gate to  turn the ignition key to the Starting
handbrake. select a position. position.
The indicator light for the selec- Otherwise, you are warned by an
tion is displayed on the instrument audible signal and a message on the
panel display. multifunction display.

99
Moving off When maintenance opera- Never select position N when
tions need to be carried out the vehicle is moving.
With the engine running, to move off with the engine running, ap-
from position P: Never select positions P
ply the handbrake and select or R unless the vehicle is
 it is essential to press the brake position P.
pedal, stationary.
 release the handbrake, Never change between positions to
optimise braking on a slippery sur-
 select position R, D or M, then face.
gradually release the pressure
on the brake pedal; the vehicle Automatic operation
moves off immediately. Automatic changing of the four or
You can also move off from position six gears: Sport and snow programmes
N.  select position D in the gate. In addition to the auto-adaptive
programme, there are two special
The gearbox automatically adapts programmes.
the gear in relation to the style of
driving, the road profile and the The programme is displayed on the
vehicle load. instrument panel screen.
The gearbox is then operating in Sport programme
When the engine is at idle, auto-adaptive mode, without any
action on your part.  Press button S once the engine
brakes not applied, if posi- has been started.
tion R, D or M is selected the For immediate maximum accelera-
vehicle moves even without tion without touching the gear lever, The gearbox automatically favours
the accelerator being pressed. press the accelerator pedal down as sporty driving and more dynamic
far as it will go (kickdown). The gear- acceleration.
For this reason, do not leave
children unsupervised inside the box will automatically change down Snow programme
vehicle, with the engine running. or maintain the gear selected until
maximum engine speed is reached. This programme improves starting
If the lever is not in position P, an and drive when traction is poor.
audible signal is heard and a mes- When braking, the gearbox will au-
tomatically change down in order to  Press button  once the engine
sage appears when the driver’s door has been started.
is opened or approximately 45 sec- provide efficient engine braking.
If you take your foot off the accel- The gearbox adapts to driving on
onds after the ignition is switched slippery roads.
off. Move the lever to P. The audible erator suddenly, the gearbox will not
signal stops and the message disap- change to a higher gear for reasons Note: you can return to the auto-
pears. of safety. adaptive programme at any time.
 Press button S or  again to switch
off the programme you are in.

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Manual operation Notes Operating abnormality
Manual changing of the four or six It is only possible to change from one Any operating abnormality
gears: gear to another if the vehicle speed is indicated by the display-
 select position M in the gate, and engine speed permit. If they do ing of this warning light, an
not, the vehicle will operate tempo- audible signal and a mes-
 push the lever to the + sign to rarily in automatic mode.
change to a higher gear, sage on the multi-function
In the event of under-revving or over- display.
 pull the lever to the - sign to chan- revving, the gear selected flashes for
ge to a lower gear. In this situation the gearbox oper-
a few seconds, then the actual gear ates in downgrade mode (locked in
You can change from position D engaged is displayed. 3rd gear). You may feel a substantial
(driving in automatic mode) to posi- When the vehicle is stationary or knock when changing from P to R
tion M (driving in manual mode) at moving very slowly, the gearbox au- and from N to R (this will not cause
any time. tomatically selects gear M1. any damage to the gearbox).
Programme S (sport) and  (snow) Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h),
do not operate in manual mode. keeping within the limit of local speed
restrictions.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
as possible.

Invalid value during manual


operation
This is displayed if a gear
is not engaged correctly
(selector between two posi-
tions).

If the battery is flat and the


lever is in position P, it will be
impossible to change to an-
other position.
Above all, do not force the le-
ver as there is a risk of damage to the
automatic gearbox.

101
SPEED LIMITER* Instrument panel display Storing a speed
A speed can be stored without acti-
vating the limiter.
Press buttons 2 and 3 briefly to de-
crease or increase by 1 mph (1 km/h).
An extended press decreases or in-
creases by 5 mph (5 km/h).
A maintained press decreases or
increases the programmed speed in
steps of 5 mph (5 km/h).

Activating/deactivating the limiter


This speed limiter, of the new gener- When the speed limiter function is Pressing button 4 once activates the
ation, has a display on the instrument active, pressing this button displays limiter, pressing the button again de-
panel to indicate the programmed the distance recorders. activates it.
speed. After a few seconds or when this but- When the limiter is active, the display
It prevents exceeding of the vehicle ton is pressed again, the display re- indicates (e.g. at 70 mph (110 km/h)):
speed programmed by the driver. turns to the speed limiter function.
When the programmed speed is
reached, pressing the accelerator
pedal no longer has any effect.
The limiter operates with a pro-
grammed speed of at least 18 mph
(30 km/h); it remains active regard- Selecting the function
less of any action on the brake and  Place the dial 1 in the LIMIT posi-
clutch pedals. tion. The limiter is not yet active.
By default, the display indicates:
The operating actions must be
carried out:
- when stationary, with the engine
running,
or
- with the vehicle moving.

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102
Exceeding the programmed Switching the function off
speed  Place dial 1 in position 0 or switch
In exceptional circumstances, use off the ignition to switch the sys-
this mode to exceed the programmed tem off. The last programmed
speed. speed remains in the memory.
Pressing the accelerator in order to
exceed the programmed speed will
have no effect unless you press the
pedal firmly beyond the point of re- Operating fault
sistance.
In the event of a limiter malfunction,
The limiter is deactivated temporarily the programmed speed is cleared,
and the speed displayed on the instru- the dashes flash for a few seconds:
ment panel flashes (e.g. at 70 mph
(110 km/h)):

In the event of a steep de-


scent or sharp acceleration,
the speed limiter will not be
able to prevent the vehicle
Note: the speed also flashes when Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have from exceeding the programmed
the limiter cannot prevent the vehi- the system checked. speed.
cle from exceeding the programmed In any event, the speed limiter cannot
speed (on a steep descent, in the replace the need to observe speed
event of sharp acceleration). limits, nor can it replace the need for
To reactivate the limiter, release the vigilance and responsibility on the
accelerator to slow down to a speed part of the driver.
below the programmed speed. To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedals:
- ensure that the mat is positioned
correctly.
- never fit one mat on top of another.

103
CRUISE CONTROL* Instrument panel display First activation/memorising a
reference speed
As soon as you reach the chosen
speed, press button 2 or 3. This me-
morises the speed and the display in-
dicates (e.g. at 70 mph (110 km/h)):

Note: It is possible to accelerate


This cruise control, of the new genera- When the cruise control function is and drive momentarily at a speed
tion, is linked with the speed limiter. It activated, pressing this button ena- greater than the memorised speed.
has a display on the instrument panel bles you to display the distance re- The value memorised flashes. When
to indicate the memorised reference corders. the accelerator pedal is released, the
speed. After a few seconds or when this button vehicle will return to the memorised
It enables the vehicle to maintain a is pressed again, the display returns to speed.
steady speed programmed by the the cruise control function.
driver.
In order for it to be memorised or ac-
tivated, the vehicle speed must be Selecting the function Cancelling the cruise control
greater than 25 mph (40 km/h) with
at least fourth gear engaged for vehi-  Place switch 1 in the CRUISE po- If you wish to cancel the cruise
cles fitted with a manual gearbox. sition. The cruise control is not yet control:
active and no speed has been me-  Press button 4 or the brake or
On vehicles fitted with an automatic morised. The display indicates:
gearbox, the lever must be in posi- clutch pedal.
tion D, or in at least second gear in The display indicates (e.g. at 70 mph
sequential mode. (110 km/h)):

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Reactivating the cruise control To memorise a speed lower than the When changing the memo-
After cancellation of the cruise con- previous one: rised reference speed by
trol, press button 4. Your vehicle will  press button 2; means of a maintained press,
return to the last memorised speed. pay attention as the speed
A brief press decreases by 1 mph (1 km/h). can increase or decrease rapidly.
The display indicates (e.g. at 70 mph An extended press decreases by 5 mph
(110 km/h)): (5 km/h). Do not use the cruise control on slip-
pery roads or in heavy traffic.
A maintained press decreases in steps
of 5 mph (5 km/h). In the event of a steep slope, the
cruise control cannot prevent the
Cancelling the memorised vehicle from exceeding the pro-
reference speed grammed speed.
 When the vehicle becomes statio- In any event, the cruise control can-
nary, after switching off the ignition, not replace the need to comply with
Changing the memorised speed limits, nor can it replace the
reference speed the system no longer memorises a
speed. need for vigilance and responsibility
To memorise a speed higher than the on the part of the driver.
previous one, there are two options: To prevent the mat from becoming
Without using the accelerator: caught under the pedals:
Switching the function off - ensure that the mat is positioned
 press button 3;
 Place dial 1 in position 0 to switch correctly.
A brief press increases by 1 mph the system off. - never fit one mat on top of another.
(1 km/h).
An extended press increases by
5 mph (5 km/h).
Operating fault
A maintained press increases in
steps of 5 mph (5 km/h). In the event of a cruise control mal-
function, the memorised speed is
Using the accelerator: erased, the dashes flash for a few
 exceed the memorised speed un- seconds:
til the required speed is reached,
 press button 2 or 3.

Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have


the system checked.

105
CRUISE CONTROL* Instrument panel display First activation/memorising a
reference speed
As soon as you reach the chosen
speed, press button 2 or 3. This me-
morises the speed and the display in-
dicates (e.g. at 70 mph (110 km/h)):

Note: It is possible to accelerate


This cruise control has a display on When the cruise control function is and drive momentarily at a speed
the instrument panel to indicate the activated, pressing this button ena- greater than the memorised speed.
memorised reference speed. bles you to display the distance re- The value memorised flashes. When
It enables the vehicle to maintain a corder. the accelerator pedal is released, the
steady speed programmed by the After a few seconds or when this but- vehicle will return to the memorised
driver. ton is pressed again, the display re- speed.
In order for it to be memorised or ac- turns to the cruise control function.
tivated, the vehicle speed must be
greater than 25 mph (40 km/h) with
at least fourth gear engaged for vehi- Selecting the function Cancelling the cruise control
cles fitted with a manual gearbox. If you wish to cancel the cruise
 Place switch 1 in the ON position.
On vehicles fitted with an automatic The cruise control is not yet active control:
gearbox, the lever must be in posi- and no speed has been memo-  Press button 4 or the brake or
tion D or at least second gear must rised. The display indicates: clutch pedal.
be engaged in sequential driving
mode. The display indicates (e.g. at 70 mph
(110 km/h)):

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106
Reactivating the cruise control To memorise a speed lower than the When changing the memo-
After cancellation of the cruise con- previous one: rised reference speed by
trol, press button 4. Your vehicle will  press button 2; means of a maintained press,
return to the last memorised speed. pay attention as the speed
A brief press decreases by 1 mph (1 km/h). can increase or decrease rapidly.
The display indicates (e.g. at 70 mph
(110 km/h)): An extended press decreases by 5 mph Do not use the cruise control on slip-
(5 km/h). pery roads or in heavy traffic.
A maintained press decreases in In the event of a steep slope, the
steps of 5 mph (5 km/h). cruise control cannot prevent the
vehicle from exceeding the pro-
Cancelling the memorised grammed speed.
reference speed
In any event, the cruise control can-
 When the vehicle is stationary, af- not replace the need to observe the
Changing the memorised ter the ignition has been switched speed limits, nor can it replace the
reference speed off, the system no longer stores need for vigilance and responsibility
any speed. on the part of the driver.
To memorise a speed higher than the
previous one, there are two options: To prevent the mat from becoming
Switching the function off caught under the pedals:
Without using the accelerator:
 press button 3;  Place dial 1 in the OFF position to - ensure that the mat is positioned
switch the system off. correctly.
A brief press increases by 1 mph - never fit one mat on top of another.
(1 km/h).
An extended press increases by
5 mph (5 km/h). Operating fault
A maintained press increases in In the event of a cruise control mal-
steps of 5 mph (5 km/h). function, the memorised speed is
Using the accelerator: erased, the dashes flash for a few
seconds:
 exceed the memorised speed un-
til the required speed is reached,
 press button 2 or 3.

Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have


the system checked.

107
VISUAL AND AUDIBLE REAR Switching the system off
PARKING ASSISTANCE
This system consists of four proximity
sensors, located in the rear bumper.
This detects any obstacle (person,
vehicle, tree, gate, etc.) behind the
vehicle. Nevertheless, it cannot de-
tect obstacles located just below the
bumper.
An object, such as a stake, a road-
works cone or any other similar object
may be detected at the beginning of
the manoeuvre, but may no longer
be detected when the vehicle comes The proximity information is given
close to it. by:
Note: this function will be disarmed - an audible signal, which becomes  Change to neutral, the system is
automatically when the vehicle is more rapid as the vehicle ap- again inactive.
towing a trailer or when a bicycle car- proaches the obstacle,
rier is fitted (vehicle fitted with towing - a graphic on the multifunction dis- Activation/Deactivation
attachment or bicycle carrier recom- play, with blocks which become
mended by PEUGEOT). progressively closer to the vehicle. The system can be activat-
In bad or wintry weather, ensure that Depending on the multifunction dis- ed or deactivated from the
the sensors are not covered with play, the audible signal is transmitted multifunction display con-
mud, frost or snow. When reverse by a buzzer or by the rear speakers figuration menu.
gear is engaged, an audible signal which transmit: The activation and deacti-
(long bleep) indicates that the sen- - on the right if an obstacle is detect- vation of the system are memorised
sors may be dirty. ed on the right, when the engine is switched off.
- on the left if an obstacle is detected
on the left,
- on the right and on the left if an If there is an operating fault,
obstacle is detected in the centre. when reverse gear is en-
Activation When the distance between the rear gaged, the service warning
of the vehicle and the obstacle is light comes on, accompanied
The system is activated as soon as less than approximately thirty centi-
reverse gear is engaged. by an audible signal (short bleep)
metres, the audible signal becomes and a message on the multifunction
This is accompanied by an audible continuous and the "Danger" symbol display.
signal and displaying of the vehicle, appears depending on the multifunc-
depending on the multifunction dis- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
tion display.
play.
108
OPENING THE BONNET RUNNING OUT OF FUEL
(DIESEL)
From inside From outside
If you should run out of fuel, it is nec-
essary to re-prime the circuit.
The repriming pump, the degas
screw and the transparent pipe are
located under the bonnet (see corre-
sponding drawing):

1.6 litre HDI 16V engine


- fill the fuel tank with at least five li-
tres of diesel,
- unclip the style cover to access the
repriming pump,
Push the handle on the left-hand side Lift the catch and raise the bonnet. - squeeze and release the manual
under the fascia. repriming pump until fuel appears
in the transparent pipe with the
green connector,
Bonnet strut - operate the starter until the engine
or starts.

Secure the strut


to hold the bonnet
open.
Before closing the 2 litre HDI 16V engine
bonnet, replace - fill the fuel tank with at least five li-
the strut in its tres of diesel,
housing. - unclip the style cover to access the
repriming pump,
- unscrew the degas screw,
- squeeze and release the manual
repriming pump until diesel is seen
escaping via the degas screw,
Tilt the handle on the left-hand side - retighten the degas screw,
under the fascia to the right*. To close - operate the starter until the engine
Lower the bonnet and release it at starts.
the end of its travel.
Check that the bonnet is properly locked.
* During the year.
110
1.6 LITRE 16V PETROL ENGINE
1. Power steering reservoir. 4. Brake fluid reservoir. 7. Air filter.

2. Windscreen/headlamp wash
5. Battery. 8. Dipstick.
reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir. 6. Fuse box. 9. Engine oil reservoir.


111
2 LITRE 16V PETROL ENGINE
1. Power steering reservoir. 4. Brake fluid reservoir. 7. Air filter.

2. Windscreen/headlamp wash
reservoir. 5. Battery. 8. Dipstick.

3. Coolant reservoir. 6. Fuse box. 9. Engine oil reservoir.


112
1.6 LITRE 16V TURBO DIESEL HDI ENGINE (90 bhp/110 bhp)
1. Power steering reservoir. 4. Brake fluid reservoir. 7. Dipstick.

2. Windscreen/headlamp wash
reservoir. 5. Battery. 8. Engine oil reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir. 6. Fuse box. 9. Priming pump.


113
2 LITRE 16V TURBO DIESEL HDI ENGINE (136 bhp)
1. Power steering reservoir. 4. Brake fluid reservoir. 8. Engine oil reservoir.

5. Battery. 9. Dipstick.
2. Windscreen/headlamp wash
reservoir.
6. Fuse box. 10. Priming pump.

3. Coolant reservoir. 7. Air filter. 11. Degas screw.


114
CHECKING THE LEVELS Brake fluid level Note: the coolant does not need to
be changed.
Replacement must be car-
Oil level ried out according to the
manufacturer’s servicing
Check the level regularly and schedule. Power steering reservoir
top up between changes. The
maximum consumption is 0.5 l Use fluids recommended by Remove the style trim* (see §
per 600 miles (1 000 km). the manufacturer, which fulfil DOT4 "Changing a bulb - Front lights").
standards. Open the reservoir, with the engine
Check the level with the
vehicle level, engine cold, using the at ambient temperature. The level
oil level gauge on the instrument should always be above the MIN.
panel or the dipstick. Cooling system mark and close to the MAX. mark.
Use the fluid recommended by the
manufacturer.
Dipstick
When the engine is warm, the tem-
There are two marks on perature of the coolant is controlled Windscreen and headlamp
the dipstick: by the engine fan. This fan can oper- wash level
A = maximum ate with the ignition off. For best quality clean-
Never fill past this mark. In the case of vehicles fitted with ing and for your safety, we
B = minimum a particle emission filter, the fan would advise that you use
can operate after the vehicle has products recommended by
stopped, even when the engine is PEUGEOT.
cold.
In addition, as the cooling system is
pressurised, wait for at least one hour Diesel additive level (Diesel
To maintain the reliability of after the engine has stopped before
carrying out any work. with particle emission filter)
engines and emission control
systems, the use of additives Slacken the cap by two turns to re- If the service warning light comes on,
in engine oil is prohibited. lease the pressure to prevent any accompanied by a message and an
risk of scalding. When the pressure audible signal, this indicates a low
has dropped, remove the cap and diesel additive level.
Oil change top up the level.
According to the information given in This additive must be topped up.
the servicing booklet. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
as possible.
Viscosity selection The level should always be
In all cases, the oil selected must above the MIN mark and
meet the manufacturer’s require- close to the MAX mark.
ments.
* According to engine.
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Used products Note: following prolonged operation Oil filter
of the vehicle at very low speed or at
Avoid all prolonged contact of the idle, you may, in exceptional cases,
used oil with the skin. Change the filter regular-
notice discharges of water vapour ly, in accordance with the
Brake fluid is harmful to health and at the exhaust on acceleration. This servicing schedule.
very corrosive. has no effect on the behaviour of the
vehicle or on the environment.
Do not dispose of used oil, Manual gearbox
brake fluid or coolant into
drains or onto the ground. This does not require an oil
Empty the used oil into the Brake pads change. Have the level checked
containers provided for this purpose in accordance with the manu-
Brake pad wear depends facturer’s servicing schedule.
in the PEUGEOT network. on the style of driving, in
particular for vehicles which To check the main levels
are used in town, over short and certain components,
distances. in accordance with the
CHECKS manufacturer’s servic-
It may be necessary to ing schedule, refer to the
Battery check the thickness of the pages of the servicing booklet
pads, even between serv- which correspond to your vehi-
At the start of winter, have ices. cle’s engine.
your battery checked by a
PEUGEOT dealer.
Disc and drum wear status Only use products recom-
For any information relating to mended by PEUGEOT or
the wear status of the surfaces products of equivalent qual-
Air filter and passenger ity and characteristics.
compartment filter of the discs and drums, contact a
PEUGEOT dealer. To ensure best performance from
Have the filter elements components as important as the
replaced regularly. If you power steering and the braking sys-
drive in dusty conditions, Handbrake tem, PEUGEOT selects and offers
change them twice as of- quite specific products.
ten.
Where the handbrake travel To prevent damage to the electrical
is too great or there is a re- units, high pressure washing to clean
Particle emission filter (Diesel) duction in the performance the engine compartment is strictly
of the system, the hand- prohibited.
It is imperative that the particle emis- brake should be adjusted,
sion filter is maintained in accordance even between services.
with the manufacturer’s servicing Have the system checked by a
schedule, by a PEUGEOT dealer. PEUGEOT dealer.
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Used products Note: following prolonged operation Oil filter
of the vehicle at very low speed or at
Avoid all prolonged contact of the idle, you may, in exceptional cases,
used oil with the skin. Change the filter regular-
notice discharges of water vapour ly, in accordance with the
Brake fluid is harmful to health and at the exhaust on acceleration. This servicing schedule.
very corrosive. has no effect on the behaviour of the
vehicle or on the environment.
Do not dispose of used oil, Manual gearbox
brake fluid or coolant into
drains or onto the ground. This does not require an oil
Empty the used oil into the Brake pads change. Have the level checked
containers provided for this purpose in accordance with the manu-
Brake pad wear depends facturer’s servicing schedule.
in the PEUGEOT network. on the style of driving, in
particular for vehicles which To check the main levels
are used in town, over short and certain components,
distances. in accordance with the
CHECKS manufacturer’s servic-
It may be necessary to ing schedule, refer to the
Battery check the thickness of the pages of the servicing booklet
pads, even between serv- which correspond to your vehi-
At the start of winter, have ices. cle’s engine.
your battery checked by a
PEUGEOT dealer.
Disc and drum wear status Only use products recom-
For any information relating to mended by PEUGEOT or
the wear status of the surfaces products of equivalent qual-
Air filter and passenger ity and characteristics.
compartment filter of the discs and drums, contact a
PEUGEOT dealer. To ensure best performance from
Have the filter elements components as important as the
replaced regularly. If you power steering and the braking sys-
drive in dusty conditions, Handbrake tem, PEUGEOT selects and offers
change them twice as of- quite specific products.
ten.
Where the handbrake travel To prevent damage to the electrical
is too great or there is a re- units, high pressure washing to clean
Particle emission filter (Diesel) duction in the performance the engine compartment is strictly
of the system, the hand- prohibited.
It is imperative that the particle emis- brake should be adjusted,
sion filter is maintained in accordance even between services.
with the manufacturer’s servicing Have the system checked by a
schedule, by a PEUGEOT dealer. PEUGEOT dealer.
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CHANGING A WHEEL

Tools Parking the vehicle Access to the spare wheel


The following tools are located:  As far as possible, park the vehi-  Open the boot.
- in the right-hand trim of the boot, cle on level, stable and non-slip-  Open the flap using the lug to re-
1. Wheelbrace. pery ground. lease the winch and gain access
2. Removable towing eye.  Apply the handbrake, switch off to its control nut.
3. Socket for anti-theft bolts. the ignition and engage first or re-  Unscrew the nut fully, using the
verse gear (position P for the au- wheelbrace 1, to unroll the winch
- in the holder in the centre of the tomatic gearbox). cable.
spare wheel,
4. Jack with handle.
5. Centralising tool.
6. Bolt cover tool.

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 Detach the wheel/holder assem- Removing the wheel  Place the jack 4 in contact with one
bly from the rear of the vehicle.  Slide the holder cover to gain ac- of the four locating points A on the
 Take out the notched hook to re- cess to the tools. sub-frame, the one which is clos-
lease the wheel, as shown in the est to the wheel to be changed.
 If necessary, place a chock under
illustration. the wheel diagonally opposite to  Extend the jack 4 until its base is
the one to be changed. in contact with the ground. Ensure
that the centre line of the base of
 Remove the trim, using the wheel- the jack is straight above the lo-
brace 1, pulling at the valve pas- cating point A used.
sage hole (for vehicles fitted with
steel wheels).  Raise the vehicle
 Loosen the wheel bolts (see §  Remove one bolt and install the
"Special features of alloy wheels" centralising tool 5 in its place.
for vehicles fitted with alloy  Unscrew the other bolts and re-
wheels). move the wheel.
Note: you can use the other end
of the tool 6 to unscrew the wheel
bolts.

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Fitting a wheel Wheels fitted with the Tyre After changing the wheel:
Under-Inflation Detection system - have the correct positioning of the
 Position the wheel using the cen-
tralising tool 5 to assist you. For further information refer to "Tyre punctured wheel, the tightening
under-inflation detection" in the safe- of the bolts and the tyre pressure
 Tighten the bolts by hand and re- ty section. checked by a PEUGEOT dealer as
move the centralising tool 5. soon as possible,
 Partly tighten the bolts using the - have the punctured tyre repaired
wheelbrace 1. and refit it to the vehicle as soon as
possible,
 Fold the jack 4 and remove it. - have the correct positioning of
 Fully tighten the bolts using the the spare wheel checked by a
For your safety, always PEUGEOT dealer.
wheelbrace 1. change the wheel:
 Replace the wheel trim, starting
by placing the wheel trim notch
opposite the valve, and press it on
using the palm of the hand. - on level, stable, non-slippery
ground, Recommendations when using
 Put the corresponding tools in the - with the handbrake on and the igni- the temporary spare wheel*
holder and secure its cover. tion switched off,
- with first or reverse gear engaged Your vehicle may be equipped with a
 Place the holder on the ground spare wheel which has a different rim
and align the spare wheel on it. (position P for the automatic gear-
box), to the standard wheel.
 Pass the notched hook into the - with the vehicle chocked. After use, have it replaced as quickly
holder cover. as possible.
 Refit the wheel under the vehicle Never go underneath a vehicle that Observe the following instructions in
tightening the winch control nut is supported only by a jack (use a order to avoid altering the behaviour
using the wheelbrace 1. ramp). of the vehicle:
Never refit the holder under the - do not exceed 50 mph (80 km/h),
 Fully tighten and check that
the wheel is horizontally flush vehicle without the spare wheel. - do not fit a wheel trim,
against the rear floor. Do not use a screwdriver in place - drive with care,
of the wheelbrace to unwind or - check the tyre pressure indicated
 Close the flap using the lug to lock wind the winch. on the label.
the winch.
 Store the rest of the tools in the
right-hand trim of the boot.

* According to model and country.


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Special features of alloy Fitting the spare wheel Anti-theft bolts
wheels If your wheels are fitted with an anti-
theft bolt (one per wheel), the chrome
trim must be removed before un-
screwing the bolt using the anti-theft
socket and the wheelbrace.

This anti-theft socket was given to


you on delivery of your vehicle along
with the duplicate keys and the con-
fidential card.
Make a careful note of the code
number engraved on the head of the
anti-theft socket. This will enable you
to obtain a duplicate socket from a
Peugeot dealer.
Bolt covers If your vehicle is fitted with a steel
spare wheel, when fitting it, it is nor-
Alloy wheel bolts are covered by mal when tightening the bolts to no-
chrome trims. tice that the washers do not come
Use the yellow tool 6 to remove the into contact with the rim. The spare
trims before slackening the bolts. wheel is secured by the cone shape
of each bolt.

Fitting snow tyres


If you fit snow tyres mounted on
steel wheels onto your vehicle, it is
essential to use special bolts
available from your PEUGEOT dealer.

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CHANGING A BULB

1. Dipped beam headlamps  Reconnect the connector.


(H1-55 W or xenon bulb).  Refit the protective cover.

WARNING: RISK OF ELECTROCUTION


Xenon bulbs must be changed by a
PEUGEOT dealer.

2. Main beam headlamps


(H7-55 W). Handle the bulbs with a dry
Front lights cloth.
 Remove the protective cover cor-
In the engine compartment, on the responding to the faulty bulb. The headlamps are fitted
right-hand side, remove the style trim*: with polycarbonate glass
 Disconnect the connector. with a protective coating. Do not
- press the centre of each plastic  Press the end of each securing clean them with a dry or abrasive
stud A, clip. Change the bulb. cloth, nor with a detergent or sol-
- remove each plastic stud, vent product.
- remove the style trim. When fitting the new bulb, ensure
that the direction notches are po- Use a sponge and soapy water.
sitioned correctly and the securing
When you have finished, do not for- clips are fixed properly.
get to put everything back in place
correctly:
- position the style trim*,
- refit each plastic stud A by pressing
on it.
* According to engine.
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Integrated direction indicator side
repeaters.

3. Side lights (W 5 W). 5. Fog lamps (H11-55 W).


 Remove the protective cover cor- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have
responding to the faulty bulb. these bulbs changed.  Push the repeater forwards and
 Disconnect the connector. release it.
 Remove the bulb and change it.  Remove the repeater and change
it.
4. Direction indicators These can be obtained from a
(PY 21 W amber). PEUGEOT dealer.
 Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a
turn and remove it.
 Change the bulb.

Note: in certain climatic conditions


(low temperature, humidity), con-
densation inside the headlamp Amber coloured bulbs, such
glass is normal; it disappears a few as the direction indicators,
minutes after the lights are switched must be replaced with bulbs
on. of identical specification and
colour.

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Rear lights Third brake light:
4 W 5 W bulbs.

 Press the tabs A and remove the


bulb holder,
1. Brake lights (P 21 W).  Change the faulty bulb.  Remove the tailgate upper trim
2. Side lights (x 2) (R 5 W). Note: if necessary use the wheel- carefully by unclipping it on either
brace to remove the nuts. side, perpendicular to its direction
3. Direction indicators (P 21 W). of engagement.
4. Reversing light (P 21 W), left When refitting, take care to position the
bulb holder and the bulb correctly.  Insert a screwdriver into the two
side. outer holes B to press on the two
Fog lamp (P 21 W), right side. tabs C.
 Push the light unit outwards while
These 6 bulbs are changed by maintaining the pressure on the
removing the light: tabs.
 Remove the respective boot side Number plate lights (W 5 W)  Pull the light unit outwards while
trim to access the light, tilting it.
 Insert a small screwdriver in one
 Remove the mounting nut for the of the external holes of the lens  Change the faulty bulb.
light inside the boot.
 Push the lens outwards to unclip  When refitting, ensure that the
 Remove the mounting nut for the it. light unit tabs are engaged cor-
light outside the boot. rectly and that the tailgate upper
 Remove the lens. trim has been put back in place
 Remove the light.
 Change the faulty bulb. correctly.
 Unclip the harness.

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CHANGING A FUSE Fascia fuses
The fuse boxes are placed in the
lower part of the fascia (driver’s side)
and in the engine compartment (left-
hand side).

Replacing a fuse
Before replacing a fuse, the cause of
the incident must be found and recti-
fied. The fuse numbers are indicated
on the fuse box.
Always replace a faulty fuse with a  Open the glove box lid to gain ac-
fuse of the same rating (same col- cess to the fuses.
our).
Use the special pliers located on the
inside of the fascia fuse box cover,
this support also contains the re-
placement fuses.
Fuse N° Rating Functions

F1 15 A Rear wiper.

F2 30 A Locking and deadlocking.

F3 5A Air bags and pre-tensioners unit.

Brake and clutch pedals switch, engine coolant


level switch, steering wheel angle sensor,
F4 10 A diagnostic socket, ESP sensor, electrochromatic
mirror, particle emission filter pump.

Front electric windows and panoramic roof


F5 30 A
Correct Incorrect concealing shutter supply, heated mirrors.

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Engine compartment fuses
To access the fuses located in the
engine compartment (next to the bat-
tery), unclip the fuse box lid.
When you have finished, close the lid
carefully to guarantee the sealing of
the fuse box.

Fuse N° Rating Functions

F1 20 A Engine control unit and fan assembly high speed relays supply.

F2 15 A Horn.

F3 10 A Front and rear wash-wipe.

F4 20 A Headlamp wash.

F5 15 A Fuel pump and purge canister solenoid valve (2 litre petrol).

Four speed automatic gearbox control unit, automatic gearbox lever locking control,
F6 10 A push control switch, fan assembly high speed relay, right and left xenon headlamps.

F7 10 A ABS/ESP control unit, power steering electropump assembly control unit.

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Fuse N° Rating Functions

F8 20 A Starter control.

F9 10 A Additional heating unit (Diesel), coolant level switch.

Engine control unit actuators (ignition coil, solenoid valves, oxygen sensors, control units,
F10 30 A injectors, heaters), purge canister solenoid valve (1.6 litre petrol).

F11 40 A Air conditioning blower.

F12 30 A Windscreen wipers low/high speed.

F13 40 A Built-in systems interface supply (ignition positive).

F14 30 A Air pump (2 litre petrol).

F15 10 A Right main beam headlamp.

F16 10 A Left main beam headlamp.

F17 15 A Left dipped headlamp.

F18 15 A Right dipped headlamp.

F41 15 A Six speed automatic gearbox control unit.

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Fuse N° Rating Functions

30 A 200 W fan assembly.


MF1*
50 A 400 W and 460 W fan assembly.

MF2* 30 A ABS/ESP pump.

MF3* 30 A ABS/ESP solenoid valves.

MF4* 80 A Built-in systems interface supply.

MF5* 80 A Built-in systems interface supply.

MF6* 80 A Passenger compartment fuse box.

MF8* 70 A Power steering electropump assembly.

The electrical system of your vehicle is designed to operate with standard or optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical equipment or accessories on your vehicle, contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
PEUGEOT will not accept responsibility for the cost incurred in repairing your vehicle or for rectifying the malfunctions
resulting from the installation of accessories not supplied and not recommended by PEUGEOT and not installed in
accordance with its instructions, in particular where the equipment in question consumes more than 10 milliamperes.

* The maxi-fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. All work must be carried out by a PEUGEOT
dealer.
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CHANGING A FUSE Fascia fuses
The fuse boxes are placed in the
lower part of the fascia (driver’s side)
and in the engine compartment (left-
hand side).

Replacing a fuse
Before replacing a fuse, the cause of
the incident must be found and recti-
fied. The fuse numbers are indicated
on the fuse box.
Always replace a faulty fuse with a  Open the glove box lid to gain ac-
fuse of the same rating (same col- cess to the fuses.
our).
Use the special pliers located on the
inside of the fascia fuse box cover,
this support also contains the re-
placement fuses.
Fuse N° Rating Functions

F1 15 A Rear wiper.

F2 30 A Locking and deadlocking.

F3 5A Air bags and pre-tensioners unit.

Brake and clutch pedals switch, engine coolant


level switch, steering wheel angle sensor,
F4 10 A diagnostic socket, ESP sensor, electrochromatic
mirror, particle emission filter pump.

Front electric windows and panoramic roof


F5 30 A
Correct Incorrect concealing shutter supply, heated mirrors.

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Fuse N° Rating Functions

F6 30 A Rear electric windows supply.

Front and rear courtesy lights, map reading lights, glove box light, concealing shutter
F7 5A control.

Audio equipment, audio/telephone, multifunction display, alarm siren, alarm unit, trailer
F8 20 A fusebox, steering wheel controls supply.

F9 30 A Front 12 V socket, rear 12 V socket.

F10 15 A Automatic gearbox control unit, STOP switch, tyre under-inflation detection control unit.

F11 15 A Diagnostic socket, low current ignition switch, particle emission filter unit.

F12 15 A Rear parking assistance.

F13 5A Engine fusebox supply, rain and brightness sensor.

Trailer fusebox, instrument panel, automatic air conditioning, air bags and pre-tensioners
F14 15 A unit, hands-free kit.

F15 30 A Locking and deadlocking supply.

F16 - PARC shunt.

F17 40 A Heated rear screen.

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CHANGING A WINDSCREEN BATTERY Before disconnecting the
WIPER BLADE battery, you must wait for
To charge the battery using a 2 minutes after switching off
the ignition.
battery charger:
Never disconnect a terminal when the
- Disconnect the battery starting with engine is running.
the negative (-) terminal, Never charge a battery without first
- Follow the instructions for use giv- disconnecting the terminals.
en by the battery charger manufac-
turer, Close the windows and the roof con-
- Check that the terminals and cealing shutter before disconnecting
connectors are clean. If they are the battery. If the windows and the
covered with sulphate (white or shutter do not operate normally fol-
greenish deposit), disconnect lowing reconnection of the battery,
them and clean them, they must be reinitialised (see sec-
tion "Reinitialisation of the electric
- Reconnect starting with the nega- windows" and "Panoramic roof").
tive (-) terminal.
After every reconnection of the bat-
Special front windscreen wiper tery, switch on the ignition and wait
position
To start the vehicle from 1 minute before starting to allow the
another battery: electronic systems to be initialised. If
 Within one minute of switching off slight difficulties are experienced af-
the ignition, operate the wipers - Connect the red cable to the positive
(+) terminals of the two batteries, ter this, please contact a PEUGEOT
stalk to position the wiper blades dealer.
in the centre of the windscreen - Connect one end of the green
(maintenance position). or black cable to the negative (-) Following disconnection of the bat-
terminal of the slave battery, tery, the remote control key and the
- Connect the other end of the green GPS satellite navigation system must
or black cable to an earth point on be reinitialised (see corresponding
Changing a wiper blade the broken down vehicle as far as section).
 Lift the wiper arm, then unclip the possible from the battery,
blade and remove it. - Operate the starter, let the engine
 Fit the new blade and push back run, The batteries contain harmful
the arm. - Wait for the engine to return to idle, substances such as sulphu-
then disconnect the cables. ric acid and lead. They must
Note: the shortest blade is fitted on be disposed of in accordance
the vehicle’s right-hand windscreen with regulations and must never be
wiper arm. discarded with household waste.
It is advisable to disconnect the
To return the windscreen wipers battery if the vehicle is not to be Take used remote control and vehicle
to their normal position, switch on used for a period of more than batteries to an approved collection
the ignition and operate the wiper one month. point.
stalk.
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ECONOMY MODE FUNCTION LOAD REDUCTION
FUNCTION
After the engine has stopped, certain
functions (windscreen wiper, elec- When driving, certain functions (air con-
tric windows, courtesy lights, audio ditioning, heated rear screen, heating
equipment, telephone, dipped head- system for passenger compartment of
lamps, etc.) can only be used for a diesel vehicles, etc.) may be switched
combined duration of approximately off temporarily, depending on the level
thirty minutes, to prevent discharging of battery charge.
the battery. Reactivation of these functions is au-
Once the thirty minutes are over, a tomatic, once the battery charge is
switching to economy mode mes- sufficient.
sage appears on the multifunction
display and the active functions are
put on standby. Note: at the risk of discharging the
battery, the functions that have been
These functions are reactivated au- switched off may be reactivated
tomatically next time the vehicle is manually.
driven.
In order to resume the use of these
functions immediately, the engine
must be started and left to run for a
few minutes.
The time available to you will then be
double the duration for which the en-
gine is left running. However, this pe-
riod will always be between five and
thirty minutes.

Note: if the telephone is be-


ing used when economy
mode starts, it will still be
possible to finish the call.

A flat battery prevents the


engine from starting.

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TOWING YOUR VEHICLE Lifting
(2 wheels only on the road)
It is preferable to raise the vehicle
with a professional lifting device.

Special features of the


automatic gearbox
When towing with four wheels on the
ground, the following rules must be
obeyed:
- lever in position N,
- tow the vehicle at less than 30 mph
(50 km/h) over a maximum dis-
Without lifting From the front: tance of 30 miles (50 km).
(4 wheels on the road)  Unclip the cover, by pressing the - do not add oil to the gearbox.
You should always use a towbar. bottom part,
The removable towing eye is inside  Screw in the removable towing
the boot right-hand trim. eye as far as it will go.

From the rear:


 Unclip the top of the cover using a
coin,
 Screw in the removable towing
eye as far as it will go.

When towing with the engine


switched off, there is no brak-
ing or steering assistance.

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TOWING A TRAILER, Driving advice Tyres: check the tyre pressures of
CARAVAN, BOAT, etc. the towing vehicle and of the trailer,
Distribution of loads: Distribute the observing the recommended pres-
We recommend the use of original load in the trailer so that the heaviest sures.
PEUGEOT towbars that have been items are as close as possible to the
tested and approved from the design axle and the nose weight approach-
es the maximum permitted without Braking: towing increases the brak-
stage of your vehicle and that the fit- ing distance.
ting of the towbar is entrusted to a exceeding it.
PEUGEOT dealer.
Your vehicle is primarily designed Cooling: towing a trailer on a slope Lights: check the electrical signal-
for transporting people and luggage increases the temperature of the ling on the trailer.
but it may also be used for towing a coolant.
trailer. As the fan is electrically controlled, Side wind: take into acount the in-
Driving with a trailer subjects the tow- its cooling capacity is not dependent creased sensitivity to side wind.
ing vehicle to more significant stress on the engine speed.
and its driver must be particularly To lower the engine speed, reduce
careful. your speed.
Air density decreases with altitude, The maximum towing load on a long
thus reducing engine performance. slope depends on the gradient and
Above 1 000 metres, the maximum the outside temperature.
towing load must be reduced by 10 % In all cases, pay attention to the cool-
and so on for every 1 000 metres of ant temperature.
altitude.
If the warning light comes on, stop
The rear parking assistance function the vehicle and switch off the engine
will be disarmed automatically when as soon as possible.
a towbar is fitted.

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FITTING ROOF BARS

When fitting transverse roof bars, Maximum authorised weight


ensure that they are positioned on the roof rack, for a load-
correctly. ing height not exceeding
The correct positions are shown by 40 cm (with the exception
marks on each of the longitudinal of bicycle carriers): 100 kg.
bars. If the height exceeds 40 cm, adapt
Use accessories recommended by the speed of the vehicle to the pro-
PEUGEOT and follow the manufac- file of the road to avoid damaging
turer’s fitting instructions. the roof bars.

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ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR "Touring": "Styling":
307 SW fixed coat hook on head seat covers compatible with
restraint, mats, boot tray, side air bags, aluminium
A wide range of accessories recom- aluminium or PVC sill pro- gear lever knob, fog lamps,
mended by PEUGEOT and original tectors. alloy wheels, wheel trims,
parts are offered by the Network. styling strips, door spoilers,
For leisure pursuits: trans-
They all benefit from PEUGEOT’s verse roof bars, transpor- sport exhaust.
recommendation. tation accessories (bicycle carrier,
These accessories and parts, having ski carrier), roof box, child seats and
been tested and approved for reli- booster cushions, additional seats,
ability and safety, are all adapted to rear screen blind, side blinds, audio/
your PEUGEOT vehicle. telephone console, front centre arm-
The product range offered by rest, CD storage, cool box. "Universal":
PEUGEOT Accessories is structured Trailer towbar which must be fitted by windscreen wash fluid, in-
around 5 categories: PROTECTION - the PEUGEOT Network. terior and exterior cleaning
TOURING - IN-CAR TECHNOLOGY - and maintenance products.
STYLING - UNIVERSAL.
Note
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedals:
"Protection": - ensure that the mat is positioned The fitting of electrical equip-
anti-theft alarm, stolen and secured correctly, ment or accessories which
vehicle tracking system, - never fit one mat on top of another. are not recommended by
window engraving, lock- PEUGEOT may result in a
ing wheel nuts, first aid kit, failure of your vehicle’s electronic
warning triangle, high vis- system.
ibility safety jacket, snow "In-Car Technology": Please note this specific warning.
chains. You are advised to contact a repre-
audio equipment, audio/ sentative of the Marque to be shown
telephone, speakers, ampli- the range of recommended equip-
fiers, hands-free kits, satel- ment and accessories.
lite navigation systems, CD
changer, DVD player, con-
nection kit for MP3 player
or portable CD player, entertainment
screen kit, rear parking assistance.

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ENGINES AND GEARBOXES

MODELS:
NFUC NFUF RFJC RFJF
Model codes: 3H...

PETROL ENGINES 1.6 litre 16V 110 bhp 2 litre 16V 143 bhp

Cubic capacity (cm3) 1 587 1 997

Bore x stroke (mm) 78.5 x 82 85 x 88

EU standard max power (kW) 80 103

Max power engine speed (rpm) 5 800 6 000

EU standard max torque (Nm) 147 200

Max torque engine speed (rpm) 4 000 4 000

Fuel Unleaded Unleaded

Catalytic converter Yes Yes

Manual Automatic Manual Automatic


GEARBOX
(5 speed) (4 speed) (5 speed) (4 speed)

OIL CAPACITIES (in litres)

Engine (with cartridge replacement) 3.25 5

Gearbox-Final drive 2 - 1.9 -

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ENGINES AND GEARBOXES

MODELS:
9HXC 9HVC 9HZC 9HYB RHRH RHRJ
Model codes: 3H...

1.6 litre Turbo HDI 16V 1.6 litre Turbo HDI 16V 2 litre 16V Turbo HDI
DIESEL ENGINES 90 bhp 110 bhp 136 bhp

Cubic capacity (cm3) 1 560 1 560 1 997

Bore x stroke (mm) 75 x 88.3 75 x 88.3 85 x 88

EU standard max power (kW) 66 80 100

Max power engine speed (rpm) 4 000 4 000 4 000

EU standard max torque (Nm) 215 240 320

Max torque engine speed (rpm) 1 750 1 750 2 000

Fuel Diesel Diesel Diesel

Catalytic converter Yes Yes Yes

Particulate emission filter No Yes No Yes Yes

Manual Manual Manual Auto


GEARBOX
(5 speed) (5 speed) (6 speed) (6 speed)

OIL CAPACITIES (in litres)

Engine (with cartridge replacement) 3.75 3.75 5.25

Gearbox-Final drive 1.9 1.9 2.4

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CONSUMPTION In accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended) [In MPG (litres/100 km)]

Model Emission
Urban Inter-urban Mixed
Engine Gearbox Codes of CO2 by
Circuit Circuit Circuit
3H... weight g/km

1.6 litre 16V Manual NFUC 28.5 (9.9) 44.8 (6.3) 36.7 (7.7) 178

1.6 litre 16V Automatic NFUF 24.8 (11.4) 44.8 (6.3) 34.0 (8.3) 194

2 litre 16V Manual RFJC 25.7 (11.0) 46.3 (6.1) 35.8 (7.9) 188

2 litre 16V Automatic RFJF 23.2 (12.2) 44.8 (6.3) 33.6 (8.4) 199

9HXC 44.8 (6.3) 62.8 (4.5) 55.4 (5.1) 134


1.6 litre Turbo HDI Manual
16V 90 bhp
9HVC 44.8 (6.3) 62.8 (4.5) 55.4 (5.1) 134

9HZC 44.8 (6.3) 62.8 (4.5) 55.4 (5.1) 134


1.6 litre Turbo HDI Manual
16V 110 bhp
9HYB 45.6 (6.2) 64.2 (4.4) 56.5 (5.0) 131

Manual RHRH 38.7 (7.3) 60.1 (4.7) 50.4 (5.6) 148


2 litre 16V turbo HDI
Automatic RHRJ 29.7 (9.5) 52.4 (5.4) 40.9 (6.9) 183

The consumption values presented here correspond to the values communicated at the time of printing. The consumption
values were established in accordance with EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended). They may vary in relation to the style of driving,
driving conditions, weather conditions, the vehicle load, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of the accessories.
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WEIGHTS AND TOWING LOADS (in kg)
Petrol engines 1.6 litre 16V 2 litre 16V

Gearbox Manual Automatic Manual Automatic

Model codes: 3H... NFUC NFUF RFJC RFJF

• Kerb weight 1 435 1 469 1 466 1 493


• Payload 505 511 504 492

• Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 940 1 980 1 970 1 985

• Gross train weight (GTW)

on a 12 % gradient 2 900 2 900 3 200 3 200


on an 8 % gradient 2 900 2 900 3 200 3 200

• Braked trailer (within GTW)

on a 12 % gradient 960 920 1 230 1 215


on an 8 % gradient 960 920 1 230 1 215
• Braked trailer* (with load transfer 1 200 1 200 1 500 1 500
within GTW)
• Unbraked trailer 715 730 730 745
• Recommended nose weight 60 60 60 60

The GTW and towing load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towing load mentioned
must be reduced by 10 % for each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.
The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High exterior temperatures may result in a reduction of the performance of the vehicle in order to protect the engine; if the
exterior temperature is above 37 °C, limit the towed weight.
* The weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal
amount; warning, towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
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WEIGHTS AND TOWING LOADS (in kg)
1.6 litre Turbo HDI 16V 1.6 litre Turbo HDI 16V
Diesel engines 2 litre 16V Turbo HDI
90 bhp 110 bhp
Gearbox Manual Manual Manual Automatic

Model codes: 3H... 9HXC 9HVC 9HZC 9HYB RHRH RHRJ


• Kerb weight 1 469 1 492 1 492 1 483 1 575 1 606
• Payload 501 508 508 517 505 509

• Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 970 2 000 2 000 2 000 2 080 2 115

• Gross train weight (GTW)

on a 12 % gradient 3 130 3 130 3 130 3 130 3 450 3 450


on an 8 % gradient 3 130 3 130 3 130 3 130 3 450 3 450
• Braked trailer
(within GTW)
on a 12 % gradient 1 160 1 300 1 130 1 130 1 370 1 335
on an 8 % gradient 1 160 1 300 1 130 1 130 1 370 1 335
• Braked trailer* (with load transfer 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 300 1 500 1 500
within GTW)
• Unbraked trailer 730 745 745 740 750 750
• Recommended nose weight 60 60 60 60 60 60

The GTW and towing load values indicated are valid up to a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towing load mentioned
must be reduced by 10 % for each additional 1 000 metres of altitude.
The speed of a towing vehicle must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) (comply with the legislation in force in your country).
High exterior temperatures may result in a reduction of the performance of the vehicle in order to protect the engine; if the
exterior temperature is above 37 °C, limit the towed weight.
* The weight of the braked trailer can be increased, within the GTW, if the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced by an equal
amount; warning, towing using a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
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DIMENSIONS (in mm)

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IDENTIFICATION FEATURES OF YOUR 307 SW

A. Manufacturer’s plate. D. Tyres and paint colour The tyre pressure must be
reference. checked when the tyre is
The label D on the pillar, near the cold, at least once a month.
B. Serial number on the
bodywork. hinges of the driver’s door, gives:
- the wheel and tyre sizes,
C. Serial number on the fascia. - the brands of tyres* approved by Low tyre pressures increase
the manufacturer, fuel consumption.
- the tyre pressures,
- the paint colour reference*.

E. Fuel consumption figures* in


the corner of the windscreen.

* According to country.
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RT3
AUDIO EQUIPMENT/TELEPONE/GPS

CONTENTS
The INFOTEC internet site provides additional
animated information on the RT3. It can be consulted
at the following address:
http://public.infotec.peugeot.com
Simple registration permits access and free
consultation of the handbook.
• 01 First steps pg. 143
• 02 General menu pg. 144
• 03 GPS pg. 145
The RT3 GPS audio/telephone is coded in such a
way that it will only operate in your vehicle. If it is to be • 04 Audio pg. 152
installed in another vehicle, contact your PEUGEOT
dealer for configuration of the system. • 05 Telephone pg. 154
• 06 Control short-cuts pg. 157
• 07 Configuration pg. 159
For safety reasons, the driver must carry out • 08 Display flow charts pg. 161
operations which require prolonged attention while
the vehicle is stationary.

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01 FIRST STEPS

- Selection of a lower/higher frequency.


Keypad for entering
Selection of the - Selection of the previous/next CD.
descriptions by means of
screen display mode. - Selection of the previous/next MP3
successive presses.
directory.
Selection of the source: radio,
CD, CD changer and auxiliary
(AUX).
Cancellation of the current
operation.
Long press on the SOS button:
emergency call.
SIM card flap.

- Automatic search for a lower/


On/Off. higher frequency.
Volume adjustment. - Selection of the previous/next
track on CD or MP3.

Selection and
confirmation.
Selection of the FM1, FM2, Access to the "PEUGEOT"
FMast, AM wavebands. services menu. Displaying of the general
menu.

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02 GENERAL MENU

> COLOUR DISPLAY DT


AUDIO FUNCTIONS: radio, TRIP COMPUTER: speed,
options. consumption, distance.

NAVIGATION: GPS, traffic DIRECTORY: telephone


information, options. and GPS.

TELEPHONE functions:
services, telephone functions, VIDEO: activation, parameters.
SMS.

CONFIGURATION: vehicle
parameters, display, time, MAP: GPS, details, orientation.
languages.

> MONOCHROME DISPLAY CT

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03 GPS
ENTERING AN ADDRESS AND The navigation CD ROM:
Insert the navigation CD ROM in the drive on the control panel and leave it
ACTIVATING GUIDANCE there in order to use the Navigation functions.

1 5
Press the MENU button. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

2 6
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION function. Turn the dial and select the
ENTER AN ADDRESS function.

ENTER AN ADDRESS

3 7
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

4 8
Turn the dial and select the Turn the dial and select the TOWN
DESTINATION CHOICE function. function.

DESTINATION CHOICE TOWN

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9 13 Repeat steps 8 to 12 for the ROAD and N°
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
functions.

10 14
Turn the dial and select the letters of
Select the OK function on the
the town one by one confirming each
ENTER AN ADDRESS page.
time by pressing the dial.

PARIS OK

Use the alphanumeric keypad to enter the letters and 15


digits and * to correct. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

11 Turn the dial and select the OK


function.
OK Select the STORE function to record the address entered in a
directory record and press the dial to confirm the selection.

12
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
STORE

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03 GPS
GUIDANCE OPTIONS

1 5
Press the MENU button. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

2 6
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION function. Turn the dial and select the DEFINE
CALCULATION CRITERIA function.

DEFINE CALCULATION CRITERIA

3 7
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

4 8
Turn the dial and select the Turn the dial and select, for example,
GUIDANCE OPTIONS function. the FASTEST ROUTE function.

GUIDANCE OPTIONS FASTEST ROUTE

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SPEECH SYNTHESIS

9 1
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the MENU button.

10 2
Turn the dial and select the
Turn the dial and select the WITH NAVIGATION function.
TOLLS function if it is not ticked.

WITH TOLLS

11 3
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

12 Turn the dial and select the OK 4 Turn the dial and select the
function. GUIDANCE OPTIONS function.
OK GUIDANCE OPTIONS

13 5
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

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03 GPS
SPEECH SYNTHESIS ACTIONS ON THE MAP
(Colour display DT only)

6 1
Press the MENU button.
Turn the dial and select the ADJUST
SPEECH SYNTHESIS function.

2
Turn the dial and select the MAP
ADJUST SPEECH SYNTHESIS function.

7
Press the dial to confirm the selection.

8 3
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
Turn the dial and select the ACTIVATE
function.

4 Turn the dial and select


ACTIVATE the MAP DETAILS function.
Permits selection of the services
which can be seen on the map
9 (hotels, restaurants...).
Press the dial to confirm the function.
MAP DETAILS

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ACTIVATING THE ROUTE FILTER

1 5
Press the MENU button. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

2 6
Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION function. Turn the dial and select the FILTER
THE TMC INFORMATION function.

FILTER THE TMC INFORMATION

3 7
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the dial to confirm the selection.

4 8
Turn the dial and select the TMC Turn the dial and select the
TRAFFIC INFORMATION function. ACTIVATE ROUTE FILTER function.

TMC TRAFFIC INFORMATION ACTIVATE ROUTE FILTER

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ADDING A STAGE

1 6 Turn the dial and select the ADD A


Press the MENU button. STAGE function. Press the dial to
confirm the selection.

ADD A STAGE
2 Turn the dial and select the
NAVIGATION function.
7 Enter an address (see GPS section)
or select SERVICE CHOICE
(restaurants, hotel...).

SERVICE CHOICE

3
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
8
Press the dial to confirm the selection.

4 Turn the dial and select the


STAGES AND ROUTE function. 8 Press the dial to confirm the order of
the stages.
STAGES AND ROUTE

5 The stage must be completed or deleted before the guidance can


Press the dial to confirm the selection. continue to the next destination.

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04 AUDIO
RADIO
SELECTING A STATION

1 4
Press one of the buttons to carry out
Press the SOURCE button several a manual search of the radio stations.
times in succession and select the
RADIO.

Press the LIST button to display


the list of stations received locally.
2 To update this list, press for more
than two seconds.
Press the BAND AST button to select
a waveband: FM1, FM2, FMast, AM.
RADIO
STORING A STATION

3 1

Press one of the buttons on the


Briefly press one of the buttons
alphanumeric keypad for more than
to carry out an automatic search
2 seconds to store the frequency of
of the radio stations.
the current station.

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CD CD CHANGER
PLAYING A CD OR AN MP3 COMPILATION PLAYING A CD (NOT MP3 COMPATIBLE)

If the GPS is used, the navigation CD ROM must 1


remain in the RT3 audio/telephone player. In this case,
audio CDs must be inserted in the CD changer. Insert one or more CDs in the changer.
Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select CD
Otherwise, insert an audio CD or an MP3 compilation CHANGER.
in the player, play begins automatically.

1 If the player already contains a disc,


press the SOURCE button several 2
times in succession and select CD.
Press one of the buttons on the
alphanumeric keypad to select the
2 corresponding CD.
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
Press the LIST button to display
the list of tracks on the CD or of the
directories of the MP3 compilation. 3

Press one of the buttons to select a


track on the CD.
The playing and displaying of an MP3 compilation may depend on
the recording programme and/or the parameter settings used. We
recommend use of the ISO 9660 recording standard.

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05 TELEPHONE
INSTALLING THE SIM CARD ENTERING THE PIN CODE
(NOT SUPPLIED)

1 1

Access the slot by pressing the button Enter the PIN code on the keypad.
using the tip of a pen.

PIN CODE

2 2

Install the SIM


card in the holder Confirm the PIN code by pressing
and then insert it button #.
in the slot.

3
To remove the SIM card, repeat step 1.
When entering the PIN code, tick the STORE PIN tab to gain access
to the telephone without having to enter this code when it is used
subsequently.
The SIM card must be installed and removed with the RT3 GPS
audio/telephone switched off and the ignition off.

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05 TELEPHONE
CALLING A CONTACT

1 Press the PICK UP button to display 5 Press the PICK UP button to call
the superimposed telephone menu. the number dialled.

2 6
Press the HANG UP button to end
the call.
Turn the dial and select the DIAL
function.

ACCEPTING OR REFUSING A CALL


DIAL

3 1
Press the dial to confirm the selection. Press the PICK UP button.

4 1

Dial the telephone number of your Press the HANG UP button.


contact using the alphanumeric The call will then be transferred to
keypad. your voice mailbox.

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CONSULTING THE MAILBOX CONSULTING THE SERVICES

1 In an emergency, press the SOS


Press the PICK UP button. button until you hear an audible
signal and a CONFIRMATION/
CANCELLATION screen is displayed.

2 The services and options are subject


to conditions and availability.
Turn the dial and select the MAILBOX
function.

Press the LION button to gain access


MAILBOX
to the PEUGEOT services.

The services and options are subject


3
Press the dial to confirm the selection. to conditions and availability.

CUSTOMER CONTACT CENTRE

PEUGEOT ASSISTANCE

OPERATOR SERVICES
Press the end of the steering wheel stalk for more
than 2 seconds to gain access to the telephone
menu: call log, directory, mailbox.

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06 CONTROL SHORT-CUTS
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS

RADIO: automatic search for a higher frequency.


CD/CD CHANGER/MP3: selection of the next track.
Continuous press: fast forwards play.
RADIO: selection of the previous stored station.
CD CHANGER: selection of the previous CD.
Selection of the previous item on a menu.
MP3: selection of the previous directory. Volume increase.

Mute: by pressing the volume


- Change of sound source. increase and decrease
- Confirmation of a selection. buttons simultaneously.
- Pick up/Hang up the telephone.
- Press for more than 2 seconds: The sound is restored by
access to the telephone menu. pressing one of the two
volume buttons.

RADIO: selection of the next stored station.


Volume decrease.
CD CHANGER: selection of the next CD.
Selection of the next item on a menu.
MP3: selection of the next directory.
RADIO: automatic search for a lower frequency.
CD/CD CHANGER/MP3: selection of the previous
track.
Continuous press: fast backwards play.

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VOICE COMMANDS

1
AUDIO
To display the list of available voice commands, press
the end of the lights stalk to start the voice recognition, - RADIO then NEXT
then say HELP or WHAT CAN I SAY. - CD PLAYER then NEXT TRACK
- CD CHANGER then NEXT DISK

For the same operation, press and


hold the MENU button and select TELEPHONE
the function VOICE COMMANDS
LIST. - TELEPHONE then REDIAL
- TELEPHONE then DIRECTORY then DESCRIPTION
- TELEPHONE then VOICE MAILBOX
VOICE COMMANDS LIST

2
Press the end of the lights stalk to start the voice GPS
recognition.
Say the words one by one and wait for the audible - NAVIGATION then SHOW then DESTINATION
confirmation signal between each word. - NAVIGATION then STOP
The list which follows is not exhaustive. - NAVIGATION then ZOOM IN

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07 CONFIGURATION
ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME

1 6
Press the MENU button. Turn the dial and select the
INTERNATIONAL PARAMETERS
function then confirm.

2 Turn the dial and select the INTERNATIONAL PARAMETERS


CONFIGURATION function.

7 Turn the dial and select the


ADJUST THE DATE AND TIME
function.

3
Press the dial to confirm the selection. ADJUST THE DATE AND TIME

8 Press the dial to confirm the


4 selection.
Turn the dial and select the
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION function.

DISPLAY CONFIGURATION 9 Adjust the parameters one by one


confirming by pressing the OK
button. Next select the OK tab on
the display then confirm.
5
Press the dial to confirm the selection.
OK
ACTIVATING THE AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX) The auxiliary input permits the connection of portable equipment
COLOUR DISPLAY DT (MP3 player...).

1 6 Turn the dial and select


Press the MENU button. the ACTIVATE AUX INPUT
function.

ACTIVATE AUX INPUT


2 Turn the dial and select the
CONFIGURATION function.
7
Press the dial to confirm the selection.

3
Press the dial to confirm the selection. USING THE AUXILIARY INPUT (AUX)
CABLE NOT SUPPLIED

4 Turn the dial and select 1


the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION Connect the portable equipment
function then confirm. (MP3 player…) to the audio sockets
(white and red, RCA type) located
DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
in the glove box.

5 Turn the dial and select the SOUND


function then confirm.
2 Press the SOURCE button several
times in succession and select AUX.
SOUND

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08 DISPLAY FLOW CHARTS
5 sports centres & outdoor pursuits
DT CT
1 MAIN FUNCTION 5 transport & automobile
2 CHOICE A 4 directory
3 Choice A1 5 nav directory
3 Choice A2 6 town, street, n°
2 CHOICE B... 6 ok
4 previous destinations
5 list of destinations
COMMON FLOW CHART 6 town, street, n°
DISPLAYS DT AND CT 5 golf courses 6 ok
5 skating rinks, bowling alleys 3 order/delete stages
5 winter sports centres 3 divert route
5 parks & gardens 4 divert route over 2 km
1 NAVIGATION/TRAFFIC INFO 5 theme parks 5 the best diversion possible is 3 km. continue?
2 CHOICE OF DESTINATION 4 transport & automobile 4 range 1-50
3 enter an address 5 ports, airports 4 ok
town
4 5 station, bus stations 3 chosen destination
4 street 5 automatic checks 4 town, street, n°
4 junction n° 5 vehicle hire 4 change
4 gps 5 rest areas, parking 2 GUIDANCE OPTION
5 longitude 5 service stations, garages 3 define the calculation criteria
5 latitude 3 directory 4 the fastest
3 choice of a service 4 nav directory 4 the shortest
4 administration & security 5 town, street, n° 4 distance/time
5 town halls, town centre 5 ok 4 with tolls
5 universities, colleges 3 previous destinations 4 with ferry
5 hospitals 4 list of destinations 4 traffic info
4 hotels, restaurants & businesses 5 town, street, n° 3 adjust speech synthesis
5 hotels 5 ok 4 volume
5 restaurants 2 STAGES AND ROUTE 4 activate/deactivate
5 vinyards 3 add a stage 3 activate/deactivate street names
5 business centres 4 enter an address 3 description of the cd-rom
5 supermarkets, shopping 5 town 3 delete the previous destinations
5 craft centres 5 street 4 do you want to delete the list of previous destinations?
4 culture, tourism & shows 5 junction n° 5 yes/no
5 tourism, historical monuments 5 gps 2 TMC TRAFFIC INFORMATION
5 culture, museums & theatres 6 longitude 3 consult the messages
5 shows & exhibitions 6 latitude 3 filter the TMC traffic information
5 casinos & nightlife 4 choice of a service 4 activate/deactivate the route filter
5 cinemas 5 administration & security 4 filter by event
4 sports centres & outdoor pursuits 5 hotels, restaurants & businesses 5 traffic information
5 sports centres, complexes 5 culture, tourism & shows 6 traffic information

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6 road closures 4 receive by infrared
6 road restrictions 3 exchange with the sim card
6 road conditions 4 send all files
6 weather & visibility 1 DIRECTORY 4 send one file
5 urban information 2 MANAGEMENT OF DIRECTORY FILES 4 receive all files
6 parking 3 consult or change a file 4 receive one file
6 public transport 4 entire directory
6 demonstrations 5 name
4 geographical filter 5 voice recording
5 around the vehicle 5 notes 1 TELEPHONE AND TELEMATIC SERVICES
5 around a place/select 5 address 2 CALL
5 filter radius 50 km 6 town 3 calls log
4 choice of TMC station 6 street 3 dial
5 station name 6 n° 3 directory
5 next station 5 number 3 voice mail
3 speech synthesis 6 display 2 SERVICE
4 volume 7 list of numbers 3 customer contact centre
4 activate/deactivate 6 change 3 PEUGEOT assistance
3 activate/deactivate presentation of messages 6 add 3 PEUGEOT mobile services
2 RESUME/STOP GUIDANCE 6 delete (if services available and/or activated)
5 e-mail 3 messages received
6 display 4 list of v-cards
7 list of numbers 2 TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS
1 AUDIO FUNCTIONS 6 change 3 network
2 ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE RDS ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES 6 add 4 network search mode
2 ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE REGIONAL MODE 6 delete 5 automatic mode
2 ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE RADIO TEXT INFO 3 add a file 5 manual mode
2 ACTIVATE/DEACTIVATE CD DETAILS INFO 4 description 6 list of networks
3 delete a file 4 networks available
4 entire directory 5 list of networks
3 delete all files 3 duration of calls
1 TRIP COMPUTER 4 do you want to delete all of the files in the directory 4 partial counter
2 TRIP COMPUTER CONFIGURATION (non sim)? 4 total duration
3 enter distance to destination 5 yes 4 zero reset
4 0 km 5 no 3 manage the pin code
3 select units 2 CONFIGURATION OF THE DIRECTORY 4 activate
4 l/100 & km 3 select a directory 4 store the pin code
4 mpg & miles 4 user xxxx 4 change the pin code
4 km/l & km 3 name a directory 5 entering the pin code
4 °c/°f 3 select the starting directory 5 old code
4 bar, psi 4 user xxx 5 > new code
2 DIAGNOSTICS 4 last directory used 5 confirmation
3 warning log 2 FILE TRANSFER 5 >> correct
3 equipment backup supply 3 infrared exchange
3 gps coverage 4 send all files
2 STATUS OF FUNCTIONS 4 send one file
3 list of functions

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3 call options SPECIAL FEATURES OF CT DISPLAYS SPECIAL FEATURES OF DT DISPLAYS
delete the list of calls and sms
4
5do you want to delete the list of calls and sms from the
equipment?
4 configure the calls 1 CONFIGURATION 1 CONFIGURATION
5 displaying of my number 2 DISPLAY CONFIGURATION 2 DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
5 automatic pick-up after 3 rings 3 adjust the brightness 3 select the colours
4 ring options 3 sound 4 6 colours
5 for voice calls 4 speech synthesis adjustment 4 night
6 volume 5 volume of guidance instructions 4 automatic day/night
6 type of ring 6 volume 3 luminosity & brightness
5 for text messages (sms) 6 activate/deactivate 4 luminosity
6 text message buzzer 5 volume of other messages 4 brightness
4 voice call diversion n° 6 volume 3 sound
2 TEXT MESSAGES (SMS) 6 activate/deactivate 4 speech synthesis adjustment
3 reading text messages received 5 select a voice 5 volume of guidance instructions
4 list of text messages received 6 male 6 volume
3 sending a text message 6 female 6 activate/deactivate
4 list of saved text messages 5 speech synthesis 5 volume of other messages
3 writing a text message 6 activate/deactivate 6 volume
4 text message 4 voice command adjustment 6 activate/deactivate
5 message sent 5 volume 5 select a voice
3 delete the list of text messages 5 activate/deactivate 6 male/female
3 international parameters 5 speech synthesis
4 adjust the date & time 6 activate/deactivate
5 day, month, year 4 voice command adjustment
5 time, 12 h, 24 h, am/pm 5volume
5 adjusting the minutes on gps 5activate/deactivate
4 select the units 4 aux input
5 l/100 & km 5 activate/deactivate
5 mpg & miles 3 international parameters
5 km/l & km 4 adjust the date & time
5 °c/°f 5 day, month, year
5 bar, psi 5 time, 12 h, 24 h, am/pm
3 choice of language 5 adjusting the minutes on gps
4 list of languages available 4 select the units
2 DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS* 5 l/100 & km
5 mpg & miles
5 km/l & km
5 °c/°f
5 bar, psi
3 choice of language
4 list of languages available
2 DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS*

* The parameters vary according to vehicle

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1 MAP 1 VIDEO
2 MOVE THE MAP 2 ACTIVATE VIDEO MODE
2 MAP ORIENTATION 2 VIDEO PARAMETERS
3 north oriented map 3 display formats
3 vehicle oriented map 4 16/9 (full screen)
2 CENTRE AROUND VEHICLE 4 4/3 (conventional)
2 MAP DETAILS 3 adjust brightness
3 administration & security 3 set colours
4 town halls, town centre 3 set contrast
4 universities, colleges
4 hospitals
3 hotels, restaurants & businesses
4 hotels
4 restaurants
4 vinyards
4 business centres
4 supermarkets, shopping
4 craft centres
3 culture, tourism & shows
4 tourism, historical monuments
4 culture, museums & theatres
4 shows & exhibitions
4 casinos & nightlife
4 cinemas
3 sports centres & outdoor pursuits
4 sports centres, complexes
4 golf courses
4 skating rinks, bowling alleys
4 winter sports centres
4 parks & gardens
4 theme parks
3 transport & automobile
4 ports, airports
4 station, bus stations
4 automatic checks*
4 vehicle hire
4 rest areas, car parks
4 service stations, garages
2 STORE THE CURRENT POSITION
3 description
4 deleted

* Function not available to date. Flow chart version 6.6


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RD4 AUDIO EQUIPMENT

The INFOTEC internet site provides additional

CONTENTS
animated information on the RD4. It can be consulted
at the following address:
http://public.infotec.peugeot.com
Simple registration permits access and free
consultation of the handbook.
• 01 First steps pg. 166
• 02 General menu pg. 167

The RD4 audio equipment is coded in such a way that • 03 Audio pg. 168
it will only operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed
in another vehicle, contact your PEUGEOT dealer for • 04 Hands-free kit pg. 170
configuration of the system.
• 05 Control short-cuts pg. 171
• 06 Configuration pg. 172
• 07 Display flow charts pg. 173

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01 FIRST STEPS

Setting the audio options:


Selection of the FM1, FM2, FMast and AM Front/rear balance, left/right balance,
wavebands. loudness, sound ambiences.

Selection of the source: radio, CD and CD Displaying of the local stations, of the tracks on the
changer. CD or of the MP3 directories.

Selection of the screen display mode. Abandon current operation.

CD eject. Confirmation.

On/Off and volume - Automatic search for a lower/


adjustment. higher frequency.
- Selection of previous/next CD or
MP3 track.
- Storing of a station.
- Selection of a stored radio station.
Displaying of the general
- Selection of a CD in the CD changer. - Selection of a lower/higher frequency.
menu.
- Selection of the previous/next CD.
- Selection of the previous/next MP3
directory.

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02 GENERAL MENU

TELEPHONE: hands-free kit,


AUDIO FUNCTION: radio, CD,
matching, management of a
options.
communication.

> MONOCHROME DISPLAY C

TRIP COMPUTER: distance entering, PERSONALISATION-CONFIGURATION:


warnings, status of functions. vehicle parameters, display, languages.

> MONOCHROME DISPLAY A

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03 AUDIO
RADIO
SELECTING A STATION

1 4
Press one of the buttons to carry out a
Press the SOURCE button several manual search of the radio stations.
times in succession and select the
radio.

Press the LIST REFRESH button to


display the list of stations received
2 locally.
To update this list, press for more than
two seconds.
Press the BAND AST button to select
a waveband: FM1, FM2, FMast, AM.
RADIO
STORING A STATION

3 1

Press one of the buttons on the


Briefly press one of the buttons to
numeric keypad for more than
carry out an automatic search of the
2 seconds to store the frequency of
radio stations.
the current station.

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CD CD CHANGER
PLAYING A CD OR AN MP3 COMPILATION* PLAYING A CD (NOT MP3 COMPATIBLE)

Insert circular compact discs only. Some anti-pirating 1


systems, on original discs or CDs copied using a Insert one or more CDs in the
personal recorder, may cause faults which are no changer.
reflection on the quality of the original player.
Press the SOURCE button several
Insert a CD or an MP3 compilation in the player, play times in succession and select CD
begins automatically. CHANGER.

1 If the player already contains a disc,


press the SOURCE button several 2
times in succession and select CD.
Press one of the buttons on the
numeric keypad to select the
corresponding CD.
2
Press one of the buttons to select a
track on the CD.
Press the LIST REFRESH button to
display the list of tracks on the CD or
of the directories of the MP3 3
Press one of the buttons to select a
compilation. track on the CD.
Press and hold one of the buttons for
fast forwards or backwards play.

The playing and displaying of an MP3 compilation may depend on


the recording programme and/or the parameter settings used. We
recommend use of the ISO 9660 recording standard. * according to specification.

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04 HANDS-FREE KIT The services offered by the hands-free kit depend on the network,
the SIM card and the compatibility of the Bluetooth equipment used.
Consult your telephone’s manual and your operator to find out which
services are available to you. A list of mobile telephones which offer the
MATCHING A TELEPHONE best range of services is available from the network. Contact a PEUGEOT
DISPLAY C dealer.

RECEIVING A CALL
For safety reasons and because they require prolonged attention
on the part of the driver, the operations for matching of the 1 An incoming call is announced by a ring and a superimposed
Bluetooth mobile telephone with the RD4 hands-free kit must be
display on the multi-function display.
carried out with the vehicle stationary and the ignition on.

Select the YES tab on the display


2 using the buttons and confirm by
Activate the telephone’s Bluetooth function and pressing OK.
1
carry out a search of the Bluetooth accessories YES
present for the telephone.

Press the end of the steering wheel stalk to accept


Select the accessory which corresponds to the call.
2 the name of the vehicle, a superimposed
configuration display appears on the multi-function
display.
MAKING A CALL
Enter the vehicle’s authentication code (=1234).
3 Depending on the telephone, you may be asked
Press and hold the end of the steering wheel stalk
to enter this code before the superimposed
to access your directory.
configuration display appears.

Select the YES tab on the display


4 1
using the buttons then confirm by
pressing OK. To dial a number, use the keypad on your telephone.
YES

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05 CONTROL SHORT-CUTS
STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS

RADIO: automatic search for a higher frequency.


CD/CD CHANGER/MP3: selection of the next track.
Continuous press: fast forwards play.
Selection of the previous item.
RADIO: selection of the previous stored station.
CD CHANGER: selection of the previous CD.
Selection of the previous item on a menu.
MP3: selection of the previous directory.
Volume increase.

Mute: by pressing the volume


- Change of sound source. increase and decrease
- Confirmation of a selection. buttons simultaneously.
- Pick up/Hang up the telephone.
- Press for more than 2 seconds: The sound is restored by
access to the telephone menu. pressing one of the two
volume buttons.

RADIO: selection of the next stored station. Volume decrease.


CD CHANGER: selection of the next CD.
Selection of the next item on a menu.
MP3: selection of the next directory.
RADIO: automatic search for a lower frequency.
CD/CD CHANGER/MP3: selection of the previous track.
Continuous press: fast backwards play.
Selection of the next item.

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06 CONFIGURATION
ADJUSTING THE DATE AND TIME
DISPLAY C

1 5
Press the MENU button. Press to confirm the selection.

2 Using the arrows, select 6


the PERSONALISATION
CONFIGURATION function. Using the arrows, select
the ADJUST DATE AND TIME
function.

PERSONALISATION CONFIGURATION ADJUST DATE AND TIME

3 7
Press to confirm the selection. Press to confirm the selection.

4 8
Using the arrows, select Adjust the parameters one by one
the DISPLAY CONFIGURATION confirming by pressing the OK button.
function. Next select the OK tab on the display
then confirm.

DISPLAY CONFIGURATION OK

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07 DISPLAY FLOW CHART monochrome C
C
1 MAIN FUNCTION
2 CHOICE A
3 Choice A1 1 TELEPHONE
3 Choice A2 2 CONSULTING DIRECTORIES**
2 CHOICE B... 3 telephone directory
4 directory list
3 call log
4 call list
3 services directory
4 customer contact centre
1 AUDIO FUNCTIONS 1 PERSONALISATION-CONFIGURATION 4 breakdown call
2 FM BAND PREFERENCES 2 DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS* 4 emergency call
3 alternative frequencies (RDS) 2 DISPLAY CONFIGURATION 2 CONFIGURATION
4 activate/deactivate 3 video brightness adjustment 3 deletion of a match
3 regional mode (REG) 4 normal video 4 list of matches
4 activate/deactivate 4 inverse video 3 consulting matches
3 radio-text information (RDTXT) 4 brightness (- +) adjustment 4 list of matches
4 activate/deactivate 3 date and time adjustment 3 choice of a mobile to connect
2 AUDIO CD PREFERENCES 4 day/month/year adjustment 4 list of mobiles
3 cd changer repeat (RPT) 4 hour/minute adjustment 2 MANAGEMENT OF A COMMUNICATION
4 activate/deactivate 4 choice of 12 h/24 h mode 3 switch**
3 track random play (RDM) 3 choice of units 3 terminate the current call
4 activate/deactivate 4 l/100 km - mpg - km/l 3 secret mode
4 °Celsius/°Fahrenheit 4 activate/deactivate
2 CHOICE OF LANGUAGE
3 deutsch
1 TRIP COMPUTER 3 english
2 ENTER DISTANCE TO DESTINATION 3 espanol
3 distance: x km 3 français
2 WARNING LOG 3 italiano
3 diagnostics 3 nederlands
2 STATUS OF FUNCTIONS 3 portugues
3 functions activated or deactivated 3 portugues-brasil

* The parameters vary according to vehicle.

** According to compatibility of Bluetooth telephone


and service contract.

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07 DISPLAY FLOW CHART monochrome A
A
1 MAIN FUNCTION 1 LANGUAGES
2 CHOICE A 2 FRANCAIS
3 Choice A1 2 ITALIANO
3 Choice A2 2 NEDERLANDS
2 CHOICE B... 2 PORTUGUES
2 PORTUGUES-BRASIL
2 DEUTSCH
2 ENGLISH
1 RADIO-CD 1 VEHICLE CONFIG 2 ESPANOL
2 RDS SEARCH 2 REV WIPE ACT
3 active 3 active
3 inactive 3 inactive
2 REG MODE 2 AUTO LAMPS 1 UNITS
3 active 3 active 2 TEMPERATURE: °CELSIUS/°FAHRENHEIT
3 inactive 3 inactive 2 FUEL CONSUMPTION: KM/L - L/100 - MPG
2 INTROSCAN 2 GUIDE LAMPS
3 active 3 active
3 inactive 3 inactive
2 CD REPEAT 2 PARKING ASSIST
3 active 3 active
3 inactive 3 inactive
2 RANDOM PLAY
3 active
3 inactive
1 OPTIONS
2 ABANDON/CONSULT LIST OF FAULTS
3 functions activated (or not)
3 warning messages

1 DISPLAY ADJUST
2 YEAR
2 MONTH
2 DAY
2 HOUR
2 MINUTES
2 12 H/24 H MODE

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SUPPLEMENT TO THE 307 HANDBOOK SAFETY
SEAT BELT NOT FASTENED WARNING LIGHT

The warning light comes on each time the ignition is switched on.
The warning light remains on until the driver fastens his seat belt.
From around 12 mph (20 km/h) the warning light flashes for
approximately two minutes accompanied by an audible signal
which increases in volume. Once these two minutes have elapsed, the
warning light remains on until the driver fastens his seat belt.

Printed in the EU
20.0 09-06 English

AN. 06307. A030


SUPPLEMENT TO THE 307 HANDBOOK VISIBILITY
LIGHTS STALK
Stalk without AUTO lighting Stalk with AUTO lighting Automatic lighting
The side lights and dipped
headlamps come on automatically,
without any action on the part
of the driver, when a low level of
exterior light is detected (sensor
behind the interior mirror) or when
the wipers are switched on.
When the light returns to a
sufficient level or the wipers
are switched off, the lights are
switched off automatically.

Activation
Ring A Ring A  Turn ring A to the "AUTO"
position. The automatic lighting
is accompanied by a message
Lights off. Lights off. on the multifunction display.
Automatic switching on
Side lights. of the lights.
Deactivation
Side lights.  Turn ring A to a position other
Dipped headlamps / than the "AUTO" position.
main beam headlamps. Dipped headlamps / Deactivation is accompanied by
main beam headlamps. a message on the multifunction
display.
Ring B Ring B

Rear fog lamps. Rear fog lamps.

or or

Front and rear fog lamps. Front and rear fog lamps.