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4 - Familiarisation

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1 Driver's air bag 14 Passenger air bag


Horn
15 Adjustable centre vents
2 Lights and direction indicators
stalk 16 Glove box

3 Passenger air bag disarming 17 Audio equipment


switch*
30 Storage compartment
18 Control for heating, ventilation,
4 Rear electric windows disarming air conditioning and heated rear
screen and mirrors 31 Steering wheel height
switch adjustment control

5 Dynamic stability control 19 Front ashtray


32 Headlamp height adjustment
(ESP/ASR) button
20 Gear lever
6 Lighting rheostat for instrument
panel 21 Lighter

7 Windscreen wiper / windscreen 22 Electric mirror controls


wash / trip computer stalk
23 Rear electric window controls
8 Audio equipment remote control
24 Heated seats switch
9 Hazard warning lights switch /
central locking button 25 Front electric window controls

10 Multifunction display 26 Handbrake

11 Windscreen demisting vents 27 Bonnet release

12 Side window demisting vents 28 Steering lock

13 Adjustable side vent 29 Fuse box * According to country.


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Remote control
Pressing button A remotely locks the
vehicle.
This is confirmed by fixed lighting of
the direction indicators for approxi-
mately two seconds.
Pressing button B remotely unlocks
the vehicle.
This is confirmed by rapid flashing of
the direction indicators for approxi-
mately two seconds.
206 SW: Pressing and holding STARTING
button B unlocks the vehicle and
opens the rear screen. The 4 positions of the key in the
KEYS
ignition:
The keys allow you to independently 1 - STOP position:
operate the locks on the front doors,
the tailgate (saloon), the passenger the ignition is off.
air bag disarming switch, the fuel Leaving the ignition key in 2 - 1st notch, Accessories
filler cap, and the steering lock and position:
to switch on the ignition. If you leave the key in the ignition, the ignition is off but the
a buzzer reminds you of this when accessories can be used.
opening the driver's door.
Central locking and unlocking 3 - 2nd notch, Running position:
the ignition is on.
From the driver's door, you can lock Locating the vehicle
and unlock the doors and the tailgate. 4 - Starting position:
If one of the doors, the tailgate or the To locate your vehicle, when you operates the starter.
rear screen (206 SW) is open, the have left it locked in a car park:
central locking does not work. F press button A, the courtesy lights
will come on and the indicator
lights flash for a few seconds. Steering lock
Before starting, unlock the steering
if necessary, by gently turning the
steering wheel at the same time as
you turn the key.
It is advisable to press the clutch
: 101 pedal while operating the starter, to
make starting easier.
: : this symbol invites you to refer to the pages which provide details of this function.
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Starting a petrol engine FRONT AIR BAGS


Do not press the accelerator.
Operate the starter, without releasing Disarming the passenger air bag*
the key, until the engine turns. Insert the ignition key in the switch 1
and turn it to:
- the ''ON'' position, the passenger
air bag is armed,
- the ''OFF'' position, the passenger
Starting a diesel engine air bag is disarmed. Precautions regarding the
Do not press the accelera- passenger air bag
tor. For a vehicle fitted with a disarming
switch:
Turn the key to the ''Running'' - disarm the air
position. bag if you install
If the engine is warm enough, the a rear-facing
pre-heat light does not come on and child seat,
you can start immediately. - arm the air bag
If the pre-heat light comes on, wait for an adult
for it to go out before operating the passenger.
starter.
If the engine stalls, it is necessary to
return the key to the ''STOP'' position
before restarting. For a vehicle not fitted with a disarm-
Operating check ing switch:
With the ignition on (2nd - do not install a rear-
notch), illumination of this facing child seat on
Never race a cold engine. warning light, accompanied the front passenger
Never run the engine in a by a message on the multi-function seat.
confined space. display, indicates that the passenger
air bag is disarmed (switch in the
"OFF" position).
Do not make any modifications to the The warning light remains on
steering lock. throughout the period of disarming. In no circumstances should you
place your feet or any other object
on the fascia.

* According to country.

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DOORS LOCKING / UNLOCKING THE TAILGATE AND THE REAR SCREEN


(206 SW)

Front doors It is not possible to open the tailgate and the rear screen simultaneously.
With the rear screen closed, to open the tailgate, operate the handle A and lift
the tailgate.

With the tailgate closed, to open


the rear screen, press and hold
the unlocking button on the remote
control or operate the handle B,
then lift the rear screen using the
windscreen wiper arm (location C).

The lighting is activated on


opening the tailgate or the rear
screen.

Rear doors (206 SW) Note: Close the rear screen using
the windscreen wiper arm or by
pressing at the centre of the glass.

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ELECTRIC WINDOWS ELECTRIC MIRRORS


Turn knob 5 to the right or to the left
1. Driver's electric window 2. Passenger's electric window to select the corresponding mirror.
Manual operation: press or pull the 3. Rear left electric window Move knob 5 in all four directions to
switch gently. The window stops as 4. Rear right electric window adjust.
soon as the switch is released.
Automatic operation: press or
pull the switch firmly. One touch
completely opens or closes the
window. Electric folding mirrors
Automatic opening and closing only With the ignition on, turn knob 5 to
operate when the engine is running. position A.

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STEERING WHEEL Rear fog lamp (ring B)


CONTROLS
Rear fog lamp (rotation of Windscreen wipers
Lights the ring forwards)
Front
Front and rear lights (ring A)
2 Fast wipe
Lights off 1 Normal wipe
Front fog lamps / I Intermittent wipe
Rear fog lamp (ring C) or
Side lights AUTO Automatic wipe
0 Off
Front fog lamps (1st rotation â Single wipe
of the ring forwards)
Windscreen wash: pull the stalk

Dipped / main beam


headlamps towards you.
Rear
Automatic switching Front fog lamps and Off Intermittent Windscreen
on of lights rear fog lamp (2nd wipe wash
rotation of the ring
forwards) †

Automatic switching on of lights


To activate or disarm the function, Automatic wipe
place the key in the accessories In the AUTO position, the wipers
position and the lights stalk in operate automatically and adjust
position AUTO/0, then press the their speed to the intensity of the
end of the stalk for more than four rainfall.
seconds.

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FRONT SEATS
(saloon and 206 SW)
1 - Forwards/backwards 4 - Height adjustment. Never travel with the head
adjustment. 5 - Seat back angle adjustment. restraints removed.
2 - Head restraint height and angle 6 - Heated seats controls.
adjustment.
3 - Access to the rear seats
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REAR SEATS Load space cover


To fold down the rear seats: To install the load space cover: To remove the cover:
- Lift the front of the seat 1, - position 1 one end of the roller in - remove the cover guides from the
- Tilt the seat 1 against the front one of the two supports, rails on the pillars,
seats, - compress 2 the opposite end of the - put the cover back in its roller,
- Position the seat belt under the belt roller and put it in place, compress it and remove it from its
holder 2, - release it 3 so that it engages, support.
- Pull control 3 to unlock the seat - unroll 4 the cover to the boot
back 4, pillars,
- Remove or lower the head - insert the cover guides 5 in the rails
restraint, on the pillars.
- Tilt the seat back 4.
When refitting, take care not to trap
the seat belts.

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STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT OPENING THE BONNET "PORSCHE TIPTRONIC


ADJUSTMENT SYSTEM" AUTOMATIC
From inside the vehicle: pull the GEARBOX
When stationary, lower the handle to handle.
release the steering wheel. The four-speed automatic gearbox
Adjust to the desired height and offers a choice between the comfort
lift the handle to lock the steering of integral automatic operation,
wheel. enhanced by a sport and a snow
programme, or manual gear
changing.

Gear selection gate


F Move the lever in the gate to
select a position.
The indicator light for the position
selected illuminates on the instru-
ment panel display.

From outside: lift the catch and


raise the bonnet. Secure the strut to
hold the bonnet open.

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HEATING /
AIR CONDITIONING

N° Symbol Function

Setting the air


1 distribution.

2 Air intake control.

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Temperature
3 adjustment.

Demisting the rear


4 screen and mirrors.

5 Air flow adjustment.

Air conditioning
6 control.

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RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS

Heating or Manual air conditioning

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

HOT

COLD

DEMISTING
DE-ICING

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AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING

N° Symbol Function

1 Air flow adjustment.

Setting the air


2 distribution.

3 Air intake control.

Air conditioning
4 control.

Demisting the rear


5 screen and mirrors.

6 Switching off.

Temperature
7 adjustment.

Automatic comfort
8
: 86 programme.

Automatic visibility
9 programme.

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RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS

Heating or Manual air conditioning

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

HOT

COLD

DEMISTING
DE-ICING

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INSTRUMENT DIALS: PETROL - DIESEL MANUAL GEARBOX (saloon and 206 SW)

1. Seat belt not fastened warning 10. Right hand direction indicator 19. Total distance recorder button
light* 11. Engine diagnostics warning light 20. Central (STOP) warning light
2. Passenger air bag disarmed 12. Main beam headlamps indicator
warning light* light 21. Speedometer
3. Air bags warning light 13. Handbrake, low brake fluid 22. Coolant temperature indicator
4. Front fog lamps indicator light level and electronic brake force
23. Rev counter
distribution warning light
5. Anti-lock braking system (ABS) 24. Lighting rheostat button
14. Dipped beam headlamps
warning light indicator light 25. Fuel level indicator
6. Rear fog lamp indicator light 15. Battery charge warning light
7. Diesel pre-heat warning light 26. Low fuel level warning light
16. Engine oil pressure and
8. Left hand direction indicator temperature warning light 27. Dynamic stability control (ESP/
9. Total distance recorder, service 17. Coolant low level warning light ASR) warning light
indicator and engine oil level (Diesel)
indicator 18. Engine oil temperature indicator * According to country.
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INSTRUMENT DIALS: PETROL MANUAL GEARBOX (206 GTi 180)

1. Seat belt not fastened warning 9. Right hand direction indicator 18. Central (STOP) warning
light* 10. Engine diagnostics warning light light
2. Passenger air bag disarmed 11. Main beam headlamps indicator 19. Speedometer
warning light* light 20. Coolant temperature
3. Air bags warning light 12. Handbrake, low brake fluid indicator
level and electronic brake force 21. Rev counter
4. Front fog lamps indicator light
distribution warning light
5. Anti-lock braking system 22. Lighting rheostat button
13. Dipped beam headlamps
(ABS) warning light indicator light 23. Fuel level indicator
6. Rear fog lamp indicator light 14. Battery charge warning light 24. Low fuel level warning
light
7. Left hand direction indicator 15. Engine oil pressure and
temperature warning light 25. Dynamic stability control
8. Total distance recorder, service
(ESP/ASR) warning light
indicator and engine oil level 16. Engine oil temperature indicator
indicator 17. Total distance recorder button * According to country.
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INSTRUMENT DIALS: PETROL AUTOMATIC GEARBOX (saloon and 206 SW)

1. Seat belt not fastened warning 9. Right hand direction indicator 18. Total distance recorder
light* 10. Engine diagnostics warning light button
2. Passenger air bag disarmed 11. Main beam headlamps indicator 19. Central (STOP) warning light
warning light* light 20. Speedometer
3. Air bags warning light 12. Handbrake, low brake fluid 21. Coolant temperature indicator
level and electronic brake force
4. Front fog lamps indicator light distribution warning light 22. Rev counter
5. Anti-lock braking system 13. Dipped beam headlamps 23. Lighting rheostat button
(ABS) warning light indicator light
24. Fuel level indicator
6. Rear fog lamp indicator light 14. Battery charge warning light
15. Engine oil pressure and 25. Low fuel level warning light
7. Left hand direction indicator
temperature warning light 26. Dynamic stability control
8. Total distance recorder, service (ESP/ASR) warning light
indicator and engine oil level 16. Operating programs
indicator 17. Gear indicator * According to destination.
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WARNING LIGHTS Engine oil pressure Handbrake, low


and temperature brake fluid and
A permanently lit warning light warning light Electronic Brake Force
or one flashing, with the engine Distribution system
running, indicates an operating Linked to the central (STOP) warning
fault of the unit concerned. light. fault warning light
The illumination of certain warning You must stop. Linked to the central (STOP) warning
lights may be accompanied by an This warning light indicates one of light.
audible signal and a message the following: This indicates one of the following:
on the multifunction display. Do - insufficient oil pressure, - that the handbrake is applied or not
not ignore this warning: consult fully released,
a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as - a lack of oil in the lubrication circuit.
possible. Top up the level, - an excessive drop in brake fluid
- an oil temperature which is too high. level (if the warning light remains
If the central STOP warning light The warning light is acompanied by on even when the handbrake is
comes on when you are driving, an audible signal. To lower the oil released),
stop your vehicle immediately, temperature, reduce your speed. - a fault in the Electronic Brake
where it is safe to do so. Force Distribution system, if lit at
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.
the same time as the ABS warning
light.
You must stop.
Diesel engine low Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.
Central (STOP) coolant level warning
warning light light
Linked to the warning Linked to the central (STOP) warning Anti-lock braking
lights: light. system (ABS) warning
- engine oil pressure and tempera- You must stop. light
ture, Wait for the engine to cool before This comes on for a few seconds
- low coolant level, topping up the level. each time the ignition is switched on.
- handbrake, If the warning light remains on or
The cooling circuit is pressurised.
- low brake fluid level, comes on above 8 mph (12 km/h),
- electronic brake force distribution In the event of breakdown and to
prevent any risk of burns, unscrew this indicates an ABS malfunction.
system fault. However, the vehicle retains
Linked to the coolant temperature the cap by two turns to allow the
pressure to drop. conventional servo-assisted braking.
indicator.
When the pressure has dropped, Illumination of this warning light,
You must stop if the light flashes accompanied by an audible signal
with the engine running. remove the cap and top up the level.
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer. and a message on the multi-function
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer. display, indicates a fault in the ABS
system.
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.
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Dynamic stability Emission control Diesel additive level warning


control system warning light An audible signal and a message
(ESP/ASR) warning (according to model) on the multifunction display indicate
light This comes on for a few seconds a low diesel additive level. This
This comes on for a few seconds each time the ignition is switched additive must be topped up, consult
each time the ignition is switched on. a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as
on. possible.
If it comes on with the engine
With the engine running and when running, this indicates incorrect
the vehicle is moving, it comes on if operation of the injection, ignition or
the system is activated. emission control system.
It lights permanently when the If the warning light flashes, there
system is disarmed. is a risk of damage to the catalytic Diesel engine pre-heat
converter on petrol engines.
If the warning light remains lit with the warning light
engine running and when the vehicle Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.
is moving, consult a PEUGEOT Wait until the warning light
dealer. goes out before starting the
Particle emission filter engine.
saturation warning (Diesel) If the temperature is high enough,
An audible signal and a message the warning light comes on for less
Battery charge warning on the multifunction display indicate than one second. You can start the
light clogging of the diesel filter (PEF), engine without waiting.
this is the beginning of saturation
This indicates one of the of the particle emission filter due
following: to exceptionally prolonged urban
- faulty operation of the charging driving conditions: low speed, long
Low fuel level
circuit, traffic jams, ... warning light
- slack battery or starter terminals, In order to regenerate the filter, you When this light
- a cut or slack alternator belt, are advised to drive at a speed of first comes on, you
- an alternator failure. 40 mph (60 km/h) or above as soon have enough fuel to drive at least
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer. as possible when traffic conditions 30 miles (50 km). The tank capacity
permit for at least five minutes, until is approximately 50 litres.
the message disappears. If this fault
persists, consult a PEUGEOT dealer
as soon as possible.

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Seat belt not fastened


warning light*
When the ignition is switched
on, this indicator light comes
on if the driver has not fastened his
seat belt.
Above 12 mph (20 km/h), the warning
light flashes for about two minutes
accompanied by an increasingly
audible signal and a message on the
multifunction display. This warning
light remains lit until the driver's seat
belt is fastened. Coolant temperature indicator Engine oil temperature
- needle in zone (A), the temperature indicator
Passenger air bag is correct, With the engine running, this indi-
disarmed warning - needle in zone (B), the temperature cates the oil temperature:
light* is too high. The central STOP - needle in zone (C), the temperature
Illumination of this warning light warning light flashes. is correct,
accompanied by a message on the You must stop. - needle in zone (D), the tempera-
multifunction display, indicates that Consult a PEUGEOT dealer. ture is too high. To lower the oil
the passenger air bag is disarmed. temperature, reduce your speed.
The warning light remains lit as
long as the passenger air bag is
disarmed.
Always consult a PEUGEOT dealer if
the warning light flashes.

Air bags warning light


The light will come on for
a few seconds when the
ignition is switched on.
With the engine running, illumination
of this warning light, accompanied by
an audible signal and a message on
the multi-function display, indicates a
fault in the air bags.
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.
* According to country.
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Seat belt not fastened


warning light*
When the ignition is switched
on, this indicator light comes
on if the driver has not fastened his
seat belt.
Above 12 mph (20 km/h), the warning
light flashes for about two minutes
accompanied by an increasingly
audible signal and a message on the
multifunction display. This warning
light remains lit until the driver's seat
belt is fastened. Coolant temperature indicator Engine oil temperature
- needle in zone (A), the temperature indicator
Passenger air bag is correct, With the engine running, this indi-
disarmed warning - needle in zone (B), the temperature cates the oil temperature:
light* is too high. The central STOP - needle in zone (C), the temperature
Illumination of this warning light warning light flashes. is correct,
accompanied by a message on the You must stop. - needle in zone (D), the tempera-
multifunction display, indicates that Consult a PEUGEOT dealer. ture is too high. To lower the oil
the passenger air bag is disarmed. temperature, reduce your speed.
The warning light remains lit as
long as the passenger air bag is
disarmed.
Always consult a PEUGEOT dealer if
the warning light flashes.

Air bags warning light


The light will come on for
a few seconds when the
ignition is switched on.
With the engine running, illumination
of this warning light, accompanied by
an audible signal and a message on
the multi-function display, indicates a
fault in the air bags.
Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.
* According to country.
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Display screen showing the Automatic gearbox indicator


positions of the automatic lights
gearbox selector lever

Park "SPORT" Indicator light


This comes on when the "SPORT"
programme is selected.
Reverse "SNOW" Indicator light
This comes on when the
"SNOW" programme is
selected.
Neutral
Operating abnormality
If the Sport and Snow indicator
Drive lights flash, accompanied by an
audible signal and a message on
the multi-function diplay, consult a
PEUGEOT dealer.

Manual mode:
1st gear engaged

2nd gear engaged

3rd gear engaged

4th gear engaged

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INSTRUMENT PANEL 5 seconds after the ignition is The service is overdue.


DISPLAY switched on, the total distance Each time the ignition is switched on
recorder resumes normal operation and for 5 seconds, the symbol and
After switching on the ignition, three and the display shows the total or trip the excess distance flash.
functions are shown in succession: distances.
Example: the service is overdue by
- service indicator, 300 miles/km. The service should be
- engine oil level indicator, carried out very shortly.
- total distance recorder, it remains When the ignition is switched on and
displayed for 30 seconds when the for 5 seconds, the display shows:
ignition is switched off, on opening
the driver's door, as well as on
locking and unlocking the vehicle.
The distance remaining before
the next service is less than
500 miles (1,000 km).
Service indicator Example: 400 miles (900 km) remain
before the next service is due.
This is a visual reminder of when
the next service is due. This service When switching on the ignition and
is to be carried out according to the for 5 seconds, the display shows: 5 seconds after the ignition is
manufacturer's servicing schedule. switched on, the total distance
recorder resumes normal operation
Operation and the symbol remains lit. The
display shows the total or trip
As soon as the ignition is switched distances.
on and for 5 seconds, the spanner
symbolising ''service operation'' is lit.
The trip recorder display shows the 5 seconds after the ignition is
distance remaining (in round figures) switched on, the total distance
before the next service. recorder resumes normal operation
Example: 4,800 miles/km remain and the symbol remains lit.
before the next service is due. This indicates that a service should
When the ignition comes on and for be carried out shortly. The display
5 seconds the display indicates: shows the total or trip distances.
Note: the service spanner lights
if the two-year interval has been
exceeded*.

* According to country.
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Resetting the service indicator Engine oil level indicator


When the ignition is switched on,
the engine oil level is indicated for
approximately 10 seconds, after the
service information.
Oil level gauge fault
Flashing of the six segments
indicates a malfunction of the oil
level gauge.
There is a risk of damage to the engine.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.

Your PEUGEOT dealer carries out Surplus of oil


this operation after each service.
Flashing of the six squares and
The reset procedure is as follows: displaying of "max" indicate a
- Switch off the ignition. surplus of oil which could damage
- Press and hold button 1. the engine.
- Switch on the ignition. If the surplus of oil is confirmed by
The display begins a 10 second a check using the dipstick, contact a
countdown. PEUGEOT dealer without delay.
- Keep button 1 pressed for 10 seconds.
The display shows [= 0] and the
service symbol disappears.

Lack of oil
Flashing of the six segments and
displaying of "min" indicate a lack of
oil which could damage the engine.
If the lack of oil is confirmed by The level read on the gauge will
a check using the dipstick, it is only be correct if the vehicle is
essential that the level is topped up. on level ground and the engine
has been off for more than
10 minutes.

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Total distance recorder LIGHTING RHEOSTAT HAZARD WARNING


LIGHTS

Press the button, the direction


indicators flash.
They can operate with the ignition off.

Automatic lighting of hazard


warning lights*
Briefly pressing button 1 alternates With the lights on, press the button When braking in an emergency,
between the total and trip distance to vary the intensity of the lighting of depending on the deceleration,
displays. the instruments and controls. When the hazard warning lights come
To reset the trip recorder to zero, the lighting reaches the minimum (or on automatically. They switch off
when it is displayed press button 1 maximum) setting, release the button automatically the first time you
until zeros appear. then press it again to increase (or accelerate.
reduce) the brightness. It is also possible to switch them off
As soon as the lighting is of the by pressing the button.
required brightness, release the
button.

* According to country.
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CLOCK DISPLAY A Adjusting the parameters


Press and hold button 1 for two
seconds to access the settings; the
data flashes, indicating it is ready to
be modified.
Then, each press of button 1 scrolls
through the various data in the
following order:
- language of information displayed,
- hours (12 then 24 hour mode),
- minutes,
- year,
- month,
- day,
- unit of temperature (degrees
Celsius or Fahrenheit).
Button 1: hour adjustment This displays the following Pressing button 2 allows modification
Button 2: minute adjustment information: of the data selected. Press and hold
Press and hold the button for rapid - the time, for rapid advance (return to start after
advance. - the date, the last possible value).
- the outside temperature* After 7 seconds with no action, the
(this flashes if there is a risk main display returns; the modified
of ice), data are now recorded.
- the audio system displays,
- a door check Note: Pressing button 2 briefly
(e.g.: ''left front door open''), displays the outside temperature for
- warning messages a few seconds.
(e.g. ''remote control battery flat'')
or information messages
(e.g. ''economy mode active''),
displayed temporarily.

* According to model.
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MONOCHROME DISPLAY B Setting the parameters


Press button 1 for two seconds to
access the settings. The information
flashes to show it is ready to be
modified.
Then, individual presses on button 1
allow you to scroll through the various
data in the following sequence:
- language in which the information
is displayed,
- unit of distance (kms or miles),
- unit of temperature (degrees
Celsius or Fahrenheit),
- time format (12 then 24 hour mode),
- hour,
- minutes,
- year,
This enables the following information - month,
to be displayed: - day.
- the time,
- the date, Pressing button 2 allows you to
- the outside temperature (this change the information selected.
flashes when there is a risk of ice), Maintain the pressure for rapid scrolling.
- the radio displays, After 7 seconds without operation,
- the status of the doors. The display the screen returns to the normal
shows you, by means of a graphic, display and the modified data is
whether a door is open, recorded.
- the warning messages (e.g.
''battery charge fault'') or
information messages (e.g. "fuel
level low''), displayed temporarily,
can be cleared by pressing button
1 or 2,
- the trip computer.

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MONOCHROME SCREEN CT Note: to enable you to use all of your


system's functions, you have two CD
ROMs: one, "Configuration", contains
the software and the various display
and spoken information languages,
the other, "Navigation", contains
the satellite navigation system map Configuration menu
data.
This gives access to the following
parameters:
- "Adjust the brightness": adjust the
brightness of the display.
- "Sound": voice synthesiser setting
This is controlled by the RT3 GPS (for the masculine/feminine voice
audio/telephone keypad. parameter; insert the configuration
CD-Rom); setting of the spoken
It enables the following information to commands.
be displayed:
Main menu - "International parameters": date
- the time, and time setting (12 or 24 hour
- the date, Press the RT3 audio/telephone mode, adjustment of the minutes
- the outside temperature (a mes- "MENU" button to access the main on GPS); units setting (l/100 - °C or
sage warns you when there is a menu and select one of the following mpg - °F).
risk of ice), applications: - "Choice of the language": choice
- the audio source displays (radio, - navigation / traffic info (see section of the language of the display,
CD, ...), "Satellite navigation system"), information and spoken commands
- the telematic system displays - audio functions (see "RT3 Audio/ (Dutch, English, French, German,
(telephone, services, ...), telephone" section), Italian, Portuguese, Spanish: insert
- the status of the openings (doors, - trip computer (see corresponding the configuration CD-Rom).
bonnet, ...), section),
- the warning messages (e.g. "Fuel - directory (see "RT3 audio/
level low") and vehicle functions telephone" section),
status messages (e.g. "Passenger - telephone and telematic services
air bag deactivated") displayed (see "RT3 audio/telephone"
temporarily, section),
- the trip computer display (see - configuration.
corresponding section),
- the satellite navigation system
displays (see corresponding
section).

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AUDIO RB3

Stalk movement Function

1 - Press (behind) Increase volume.

2 - Press (behind) Decrease volume.

1 + 2 - Simultaneous press Sound cut-off (mute); restoring of the sound by pressing any button.
Automatic search of higher frequencies (radio) -
3 - Press Selection of the next track (CD).
Automatic search of lower frequencies (radio) -
4 - Press Selection of the previous track (CD).
5 - Press the end Change of source (radio/cassette/CD changer).
Selection of next station stored in the memory (radio) -
6 - Rotation (clockwise) Selection of next CD.
Selection of previous station stored in the memory (radio) -
7 - Rotation (anti-clockwise) Selection of previous CD.

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Button Function

A Radio on/off.
B - Decrease volume.
C + Increase volume.
RDS function on/off.
D RDS Press for more than 2 seconds: regional following mode on/off.
E TA Traffic information priority on/off.
F Press fully: cassette rewind.
G Press fully: fast forward.
34 Press half way: reversal of direction of play of the cassette.
F+G
78 Press fully: ejection of the cassette.

H ¯ Selection of bass, treble, loudness, sound distribution and automatic volume correction.

I 5 Increase setting of functions associated with button H.


J 6 Decrease setting of functions associated with button H.
Selection of source: radio, cassette or CD changer.
K SRC Press for more than 2 seconds: CD shuffle.
Manual and automatic search of higher frequency.
L 8 Selection of next CD track and PTY (radio).
M MAN Manual/automatic operation of buttons L and N in radio mode.
Manual and automatic search of lower frequency.
N 7 Selection of previous CD track and PTY (radio).
BND Selection of FM1, FM2, FMast and AM wavebands.
O AST Press for more than 2 seconds: automatic storing of stations in the memory (autostore).
Selection of station stored in the memory.
1 to 6 123456 Press for more than 2 seconds: storing of a station in the memory.
1 to 5 12345 Selection of a CD changer disc.
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AUDIO RD3

Stalk movement Function

1 - Press (behind) Increase volume.

2 - Press (behind) Decrease volume.

1 + 2 - Simultaneous press Sound cut-off (mute); restoring of the sound by pressing any button.
Automatic search of higher frequencies (radio) -
3 - Press Selection of the next track (CD).
Automatic search of lower frequencies (radio) -
4 - Press Selection of the previous track (CD).
5 - Press the end Change of source (radio/CD/CD changer).
6 - Rotation Selection of next station stored in the memory (radio) -
(clockwise) Selection of following CD.
7 - Rotation Selection of previous station stored in the memory (radio) -
(anti-clockwise) Selection of previous CD.

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Button Function

A Radio on/off.
B - Decrease volume.
C + Increase volume.
RDS function on/off.
D RDS Press for more than 2 seconds: regional following mode on/off.
Traffic information priority on/off.
E TA Press for more than 2 seconds: PTY function on/off.

H ¯ Selection of bass, treble, loudness, sound distribution and automatic volume correction.

I 5 Increase setting of functions associated with button H.


J 6 Decrease setting of functions associated with button H.
Manual and automatic search of higher frequency.
L 8 Selection of next CD track and PTY (radio).
M MAN Manual/automatic operation of buttons L and N.
Manual and automatic search of lower frequency.
N 7 Selection of previous CD track and PTY (radio).
Selection of the CD changer.
P CH.CD Press for more than 2 seconds: shuffle.
Selection of the CD.
Q CD Press for more than 2 seconds: shuffle.
Selection of the radio. Selection of FM1, FM2, FMast, AM wavebands.
R Radio Press for more than 2 seconds: automatic storing of stations in the memory (autostore).
S 5 Ejection of the CD.
Selection of station stored in the memory.
1 to 6 123456 Press for more than 2 seconds: storing of a station in the memory.
1 to 5 12345 Selection of a CD changer disc.

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS AUDIO SETTINGS Adjusting the bass

On/off Press button H When "BASS" is


With the ignition key several times in displayed, press
in the accessories or succession to access button I or J to vary
ignition position, press the bass (BASS), the setting.
button A to switch the treble (TREB), - "BASS -9" for a
set on or off. loudness (LOUD), minimum bass setting,
fader (FAD), balance - "BASS 0" for a
(BAL) and automatic normal setting,
The set can operate for 30 minutes volume correction settings. - "BASS +9" for a maximum bass
without the vehicle ignition being Exit from audio mode is automatic setting.
switched on. after a few seconds without pressing
any button, or by pressing button H
after configuration of the automatic
volume correction.
Anti-theft system Adjusting the treble
Note: bass, treble and loudness
The audio system is coded in such a settings are specific to each source. When "TREB" is displayed, press
way that it can operate only on your It is possible to set them differently button I or J to vary the setting.
vehicle. It would not function if fitted for radio, cassette (RB3), CD (RD3)
to another vehicle. - "TREB -9" for a minimum treble
and CD changer. setting,
The anti-theft system is automatic - "TREB 0" for a normal setting,
and requires no action on your
part. - "TREB +9" for a maximum treble
setting.

ADJUSTING THE VOLUME Adjusting the loudness


This function automatically empha-
Press button C to increase the volume, sises bass and treble tones. Press
or button B to decrease it. button I or J to switch the function
Continuous pressure on buttons C on or off.
and B allows a gradual adjustment
of the volume.

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Adjusting the front/rear sound RADIO Selecting radio mode


distribution (Fader)
When "FAD" is displayed, press Notes on radio reception Audio RB3: press the
button I or J. "SRC" button several
Your car radio is subject to times in succession.
Button I increases the volume in the phenomena which do not affect
front. domestic radio sets. Both AM (MW/
Button J increases the volume in the LW) and FM reception are subject to
rear. various forms of interference. This Audio RD3: press
is no reflection on the quality of the button R.
equipment, but is due to the nature of
the signals and the way in which they
Adjusting the right/left sound are transmitted.
distribution (Balance)
On MW/LW, interference may be
When "BAL" is displayed, press noticed when passing under high
button I or J. voltage power lines or bridges, or in Selecting a waveband
Button I increases the volume on the tunnels.
right-hand side. On FM, interference may be the
result of increasing distance from the Audio RB3: briefly
Button J increases the volume on the press the "BND/AST"
left-hand side. transmitter, deflection of the signals by
obstacles (mountains, hills, buildings, button to select the
etc.), or of being in an area which is FM1, FM2, FMast and
not covered by a transmitter. AM wavebands.
Automatic volume correction
This function enables the volume to
be automatically adjusted depending
on the level of noise produced by the Audio RD3: briefly
speed of the vehicle. press button R to select
the FM1, FM2 FMast
Press buttons I or J to switch the and AM wavebands.
function on or off.

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Adjusting the front/rear sound RADIO Selecting radio mode


distribution (Fader)
When "FAD" is displayed, press Notes on radio reception Audio RB3: press the
button I or J. "SRC" button several
Your car radio is subject to times in succession.
Button I increases the volume in the phenomena which do not affect
front. domestic radio sets. Both AM (MW/
Button J increases the volume in the LW) and FM reception are subject to
rear. various forms of interference. This Audio RD3: press
is no reflection on the quality of the button R.
equipment, but is due to the nature of
the signals and the way in which they
Adjusting the right/left sound are transmitted.
distribution (Balance)
On MW/LW, interference may be
When "BAL" is displayed, press noticed when passing under high
button I or J. voltage power lines or bridges, or in Selecting a waveband
Button I increases the volume on the tunnels.
right-hand side. On FM, interference may be the
result of increasing distance from the Audio RB3: briefly
Button J increases the volume on the press the "BND/AST"
left-hand side. transmitter, deflection of the signals by
obstacles (mountains, hills, buildings, button to select the
etc.), or of being in an area which is FM1, FM2, FMast and
not covered by a transmitter. AM wavebands.
Automatic volume correction
This function enables the volume to
be automatically adjusted depending
on the level of noise produced by the Audio RD3: briefly
speed of the vehicle. press button R to select
the FM1, FM2 FMast
Press buttons I or J to switch the and AM wavebands.
function on or off.

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Automatic station search Manual station search Automatic storing of FM stations


Press the "MAN" button. in the memory (autostore)
Briefly press button L or N to Audio RB3: press
increase or decrease the frequency and hold the "BND/
displayed. AST" button for more
By continuing to press the button than two seconds.
Briefly press button L or N to search in the direction selected, you will
for the station immediately above or obtain continuous scrolling of the
below. By continuing to press the frequency.
button in the direction selected, you The scrolling stops as soon as the Audio RD3: press and
will obtain continuous scrolling of the button is released. hold button R for more
frequency. than two seconds.
Pressing the "MAN" button again
The scrolling stops at the first station returns you to automatic station
found as soon as the button is search.
released.
If the TA traffic program is selected,
only stations broadcasting this type Your radio automatically stores the 6
of program are selected. stations with the strongest signal in
FM. These stations are stored in the
Searching for a station occurs first in FMast waveband.
"LO" sensitivity (selection of the most
powerful transmitters) during scanning If it is not possible to find 6 stations,
of the waveband, then in "DX" Manual storing of stations in the the remaining memories are empty.
sensitivity (selection of the weakest memory
and most distant transmitters). Select the station required.
To make a direct search in "DX" Press one of the buttons "1" to "6"
sensitivity, press button L or N twice. for more than two seconds.
The sound stops then becomes
audible again, confirming that the Recalling stations stored in the
station has been stored in the memory
memory.
For each waveband, briefly press
buttons "1" to "6" to recall the
corresponding station.

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RDS Traffic information program Regional following mode


When they are part of a network,
Using the RDS (Radio Data Press the "TA" button certain stations broadcast regional
System) function on FM to switch the function programs in the various areas they
on or off. serve. With regional following mode
Radio Data System allows you to you can keep listening to the same
continue listening to the same station, The multifunction
display will show: program.
whatever frequency it is using for the
region you are going through. - "TA" if the function is selected, Press the "RDS" button for more
than two seconds to switch the
- "(TA)" if the function is selected but function on or off.
not available.
Briefly press the Any traffic information flash will be
"RDS" button to given priority, whatever source you
switch the function on are listening to (radio, cassette or
or off. CD changer).
The multifunction display will show: If you wish to interrupt a message,
press the "TA" button; this switches
- "RDS" if the function is selected. the function off.
- "(RDS)" if the function is selected
but not available. Note: the volume of traffic
information announcements is
independent of the volume of
normal radio listening. You can
adjust it using the volume button.
The setting will be stored and will
RDS station following be used when the next messages
The display indicates the name of are broadcast.
the station selected. The radio is
continually searching for the station
which has the best reception and
which is transmitting the same
program.

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PTY function: Audio RD3 To search for a PTY program: EON system: Audio RD3
This allows you to listen to stations This connects stations which are part
broadcasting a specific type of of the same network. It enables the
program (news, culture, sport, rock, broadcast of traffic information or a
etc.). PTY program, by a station that is part
of the same network as the station to
With FM selected, which you are listening.
press the "TA" button This service is available when
for two seconds to - select the PTY function,
you have selected the TA traffic
switch this function on - briefly press button L or N to scroll information program or the PTY
or off. down the list of the various types of function.
programs offered.
- when the program of your choice
is displayed, keep button L or N
pressed for two seconds to carry
out an automatic search (after an
automatic search the PTY function
is switched off).
In PTY mode the different types
of programs can be stored in the
memory. To do this, press the
preselection buttons "1" to "6"
for two seconds. Briefly press the
corresponding button to recall
the type of program stored in the
memory.

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CASSETTE: Direction of play Recommendations for using


AUDIO RB3 The player will play sides 1 and casssettes
2 of the cassette alternately, by - Use good quality cassettes.
Selecting cassette mode automatically reversing the direction - Avoid the use of cassettes which
of play at the end of a side. play for longer than 90 minutes.
When a cassette is To manually reverse the direction of - Never expose the cassettes to heat
inserted, the cassette play, press buttons F and G half-way. or the direct rays of the sun.
player will start - Re-tighten the tape if necessary
automatically. before inserting the cassette into
If a cassette is already the player.
inserted, press the "SRC" button - Clean the playing head regularly with
until cassette mode is selected. a damp-type cleaning cassette.
Note: before inserting the cassette,
ensure that the tape is taut.
Fast forward/rewind
Fully press button F or G to fast
forward or rewind the cassette. At
the end of the fast forward/rewind,
the set plays the current side.

Ejecting the cassette

Fully press buttons


F and G to eject the
cassette from the
player.

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COMPACT DISC: AUDIO RD3 Selecting a track Shuffle (RDM)


When the CD player is selected,
Selecting CD mode press and hold button Q for two
seconds. The tracks will be played
in random sequence. Pressing the
After insertion of a button again for two seconds returns
disc, printed face Press button L to select the next you to normal play.
upwards, the player track. Shuffle mode is de-activated each
starts automatically. time the set is switched off.
Press button N to return to the start
If a disc is already inserted, press of the current track or to select the
button Q. previous track.

Ejection of a disc Accelerated play


Press and hold button L or N for
Press button S to forwards or backwards accelerated
eject the disc from the play.
player. Accelerated play stops as soon as
the button is released.

The use of copied compact


discs may cause faults.
Insert circular compact
discs only.

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CD CHANGER Selecting a disc Accelerated play


Press buttons "1" to "5" on the radio Press and hold button L or N for
Selecting CD changer mode to select the corresponding disc. forwards or backwards accelerated
play.
Accelerated play stops as soon as
the button is released.
Audio RB3: press the
"SRC" button several
times in succession. Selecting a track

Shuffle (RDM)
Audio RD3: press When the CD changer is selected:
button P. - audio RB3: press and hold the
"SRC" button for two seconds;
Press button L to select the next
track. - audio RD3: press and hold button
P for two seconds.
Press button N to return to the start The tracks will be played in random
of the current track or to select the sequence. Pressing the button
previous track. again for two seconds returns you to
normal play.

The use of copied compact


discs may cause faults.
Insert circular compact
discs only.

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RT3 GPS AUDIO/TELEPHONE

Stalk movement Function


1 - Press (behind) Increase volume.
2 - Press (behind) Decrease volume.
1+2 - Press together Switch off sound (mute); restore sound by pressing any button.
Automatic search of upper frequencies (radio) -
Selection of following track (CD/MP3/CD changer).
3 - Press Continuous pressure until release: accelerated forwards play (CD/CD changer),
rapid scanning of following tracks (MP3).
Automatic search of lower frequencies (radio) -
Selection of previous track (CD/MP3/CD changer).
4 - Press Continuous pressure until release: accelerated backwards play (CD/CD changer),
rapid scanning of previous tracks (MP3).
Change radio mode (radio/CD/MP3/CD changer/AUX) - Confirmation of selection (on a menu or
5 - Press end screen) - Call connect/Call disconnect (Tel./Incoming call) - Call disconnect (Tel./Engaged).
Press for more than 2 seconds: display telephone contextual menu (Tel./Not engaged).
Selection of higher station stored in memory or storing in memory in position 1 for station not in
6 - Rotation (clockwise) memory (radio) - Selection of following CD - Selection of following MP3 directory - Selection of
following item on a menu or screen.
Selection of lower station stored in memory or storing in memory in position 6 for station not in
7 - Rotation memory (radio) - Selection of previous CD - Selection of previous MP3 directory - Selection of
(anti-clockwise) previous item on a menu or screen.
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Button Function

Press: audio/telephone on/off.


A Rotation: volume adjustment.

B 5 Ejection of CD.

C SOURCE Selection of source: radio, CD, MP3, CD changer or AUX.

D Call connect (Tel/Incoming call) - Display contextual menu (Tel/Not engaged).

E Access "PEUGEOT" services menu (if the options and services are available).

F MODE Change display

Press: display contextual menu of display - Confirm inputting or adjustment.


G Rotation: move within a menu - Select function / parameter - Audio settings: sound ambience, bass,
treble, loudness, fader (front/rear balance), balance (left/right balance), automatic volume.

Adjust higher frequency, step by step or continuous (long press).


H 5 Select previous MP3 directory (MP3).
Select previous CD (CD changer).

Adjust lower frequency, step by step or continuous (long press).


I 6 Select following MP3 directory (MP3).
Select following CD (CD changer).

J Infra-red window (IrDA).

K ESC Cancel current operation.

L SIM card cover.

Automatic search of higher frequency - Selection of following CD track.


Double press: change from LO mode to DX mode.
M 8 Press for more than 2 seconds: CD accelerated forwards play (CD/CD changer),
rapid scanning of the following tracks (MP3).
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Button Function

Automatic search of lower frequency - Selection of previous CD track.


Double press: change from LO mode to DX mode.
N 7 Press for more than 2 seconds: CD accelerated backwards play (CD/CD changer),
rapid scanning of the previous tracks (MP3).

1st press: display top band (remainder of screen is black) -


O DARK 2nd press: brightness removed (black screen) - 3rd press: return to normal screen.
Press for more than 10 seconds: reinitialisation of the system.

Display general menu - Press for more than 2 seconds: display help screen with list of voice
P MENU commands, a description of the version of your equipment, a demonstration mode and the status of
the services.

Q Disconnect.

BAND Select FM1, FM2, FMast, AM wavebands.


R AST Press for more than 2 seconds: automatic storing of stations (autostore).

Traffic information priority on/off.


S TA/PTY Press for more than 2 seconds: PTY function on/off.

RDS function on/off.


T RDS
Press for more than 2 seconds: regional following mode on/off.

Display window for adjusting sound ambience, bass, treble, loudness,


U AUDIO sound distribution and automatic correction of volume.

V SOS Press between 2 and 8 seconds: emergency call.

Select station in memory.


1 to 6 123456 Press more than 2 seconds: store station being listened to in memory.

1 to 5 12345 Selection of CDs in the CD changer.

0 to 9 012345 Alphanumeric keypad for entering text and telephone numbers.


*# 6789*#

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SCREEN

In accordance with your selections,


the screen displays the information
relating to the Navigation - Traffic
Information, Audio, Directory, GENERAL MENU SELECTING THE SOURCE
Telephone and Telematic Services,
Configuration*, Map* and Video* Pressing button "P" provides access Press the SOURCE button to select
functions. to all of the functions available on the the audio source: RADIO, CD, CD
It is possible to change the RT3 GPS audio/telephone: CHANGER, MP3 or audio/video
information displayed on the right- "Navigation - Traffic info". auxiliary input (AUX)*.
hand side of your screen by pressing
"F", "G", "P" and "U", or using the "Audio functions".
voice commands. "Directory".
The information on the left-hand side "Telephone and telematic services".
and at the top of the screen depends "Configuration" of your vehicle. Auxiliary Input (AUX)*
on the selection made for the right- "Map"*.
hand side. The auxiliary input allows the
"Video"*. connection of portable equipment
Some information and actions (MP3 player, ...).
(warning, settings, contextual menu)
are indicated by the temporary F Activate the auxiliary input via
opening of a window on the screen. MOVING WITHIN THE MENUS the "Configuration" menu, then
"Sound" and finally "Activate aux
Buttons "G", "H", "M", "I", "N" input".
enable you to move within the menus F Connect the portable equipment
and pressing button "G" confirms to the audio sockets (white and
your selections. red, type RCA) located in the
We recommend that you do not glove box.
use the RT3 GPS audio/telephone
buttons while driving. In some F Press the SOURCE button
countries, certain buttons may be successively and select AUX.
deactivated (in accordance with
national legislation).

* According to screen.
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GENERAL FUNCTIONS Anti-theft system MUTE


The RT3 GPS audio/telephone is
On / off coded in such a way that it can Use the control on
operate only on your vehicle. If fitting the steering wheel to
With the ignition it to another vehicle, consult your
switch in the accesso- activate this function.
PEUGEOT dealer for configuration
ries / running position of the system. The sound is cut off,
or with the ignition regardless of which
The anti-theft system is automatic source is in use. The
on, press button A to and requires no action on your
switch the audio func- permanent audio
part. sources (radio, CD,
tion of the RT3 GPS
audio/telephone on CD changer, MP3, auxiliary input)
or off. remain cut off but not the others
Note: in the absence of an ignition (guidance instructions, for example).
key, press button A to switch the
ADJUSTING THE VOLUME To restore the sound, press one of
telematics system on or off. Turn button A clockwise to increase the two volume buttons.
The RT3 GPS audio/telephone can the volume of the audio/telephone or
operate for 30 minutes without anti-clockwise to decrease it.
switching the vehicle ignition on.
AUDIO SETTINGS
You can also increase Press button U to
or decrease the vol- access the Sound
ume using the con- Ambience, Bass,
Notes: Treble, Loudness,
trols on the steering
- the SIM card must be removed only wheel. Fader (front/rear balance), Balance
after the audio/telephone has been (left/right balance) and Automatic
switched off, volume adjustment setting win-
- following automatic switching dows.
off of the audio/telephone after Notes Exit from audio mode is automatic
30 minutes it is possible to make The volume setting is specific to after a few seconds without any
a telephone call by pressing each source. It is possible to have action, or by pressing the "ESC"
button D, different settings for radio, CD, CD button.
- after the ignition has been switched changer or AUX.
off, the audio/telephone can be The volume is adjusted automatically
switched on again by pressing Note: bass, treble and loudness
in relation to the speed if the auto- settings are specific to each source.
buttons D, E, V or by inserting a matic volume function is active.
CD in the player. It is possible to have different settings
The volume when stationary will be for radio, CD MP3, CD changer or
the same the next time the audio AUX.
equipment is switched on.

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Sound ambience Treble setting Setting the right/left sound


When "Treble" is displayed, turn distribution (Balance)
This function permits button G to vary the setting. When "Balance" is displayed:
the selection of a - "-9" for minimum treble setting, - Turn button G clockwise to increase
"None", "Rock", - "0" for normal setting, the volume on the right.
"Classical", "Jazz", - "+9" for maximum treble setting. - Turn button G anti-clockwise to
"Vocal" or "Techno" increase the volume on the left.
sound ambience.

Turn button G to select the sound


ambience.
Selecting "None" permits access
to all of the settings defined below.
Selecting another ambience sets the
bass and treble automatically. Adjusting the loudness Automatic volume adjustment
This function automatically empha- This function allows the volume to
sises bass and treble tones when the be adjusted automatically depending
volume is low. on the level of noise produced by the
Rotate button G to switch the function speed of the vehicle.
on or off. Press button G to switch the function
Bass setting on or off.
When "Bass" is displayed, turn
button G to vary the setting.
- "-9" for minimum bass setting,
- "0" for normal setting,
- "+9" for maximum bass setting. Setting the front/rear sound
distribution (Fader)
When "Fader" is displayed:
- Turn button G clockwise to increase
the volume in the front.
- Turn button G anti-clockwise to
increase the volume in the rear.

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RADIO Selecting the radio Automatic station search

Notes on radio reception


Car radio/telephone receivers are
subject to phenomena which do
not affect domestic radio sets. Both
MW/LW and FM are subject to Press "SOURCE" several times. Briefly press button M or N to search
various forms of interference. This is for the station immediately above or
not a reflection on the quality of the below.
equipment, but is due to the nature of
the signals and the way in which they The search stops at the first station
are transmitted. found.
On MW/LW interference may be If the TA traffic programme is select-
noticed when passing under high ed, only the most powerful stations
voltage power lines or bridges, or in broadcasting this type of programme
tunnels. are selected.
On FM, interference may be the
result of the increasing distance
from the transmitter, deflection of
the signals by obstacles (mountains, Selecting a waveband Search sensitivity
hills, buildings, etc.) or of being in It is possible to carry out automatic
an area which is not covered by a searches at two levels of sensitivity:
transmitter.
- To tune in to the most powerful
transmitters, select the local search
mode "LO" (default option).
Briefly press button "BAND/AST" to - To tune in to the weakest or most
select the FM1, FM2, FMast and AM distant transmitters, select the
wavebands. sensitive search mode "DX".
The station search is carried out first
in "LO" (local) sensitivity, then in
"DX" (distant) sensitivity.
To make a direct search in "DX"
(distant) sensitivity, press button M
or N twice in succession.

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Manual station search Automatic storing of FM stations


in the memory (autostore)
Briefly press button H or I
to increase or decrease the
frequency displayed.
By continuing to press
the button in the direction Press the "BAND/AST" button for
selected, you will obtain more than two seconds.
continuous scrolling of the Your audio/telephone automatically
frequency. stores the 6 stations with the strong-
Scrolling stops when you est signal in FM. These stations are
release the button. stored in the FMast waveband.
If it is not possible to find 6 stations,
the remaining memories are empty.

Manual station storing Recalling stations stored in the


Select the station required. memory
Press one of the buttons "1" to "6" For each waveband, briefly press
for more than two seconds. the buttons "1" to "6" to recall the
corresponding stored station.
A window appears on the screen, the
station is stored when it is displayed In the case of an RDS station, the
on the memory number that you frequency appears for a few seconds
have allocated to it. before its name.
Recalling an RDS station may result
in a search for the frequency which
corresponds to the region through
which you are travelling.

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RDS SYSTEM Traffic information programme Stations which are organised in


a network (EON) have regional
transmitters which broadcast their
Using the RDS (Radio Data Press the "TA/PTY" own programmes: you can listen to
System) function on FM button to switch the one of these stations and switch to
Most FM radio stations use the RDS function on or off. the network station which broadcasts
system. the traffic information messages.
This system allows you to continue The multifunction screen will show:
listening to the same station, - TA if the function is selected,
whatever frequency it is using for the - TA crossed out or greyed out*
region you are going through. if the function is selected but not Regional following mode (REG)
available. When they are part of a network,
Any traffic information flash will be certain stations broadcast regional
RDS station following given priority, whatever source you programmes in the various areas
are listening to (radio, CD or CD they serve. With regional following
This screen indicates changer). mode you can keep listening to the
the name of the sta- same programme.
tion selected. The If you wish to interrupt the
broadcasting of a message, press You can choose to follow:
audio/telephone con-
tinuously searches for the transmit- the "TA/PTY" button. • Either a regional station only.
ter which transmits the same pro- Notes: the volume of the traffic • Or the entire network, with the
gramme with the best reception. This information is independent of the possibility of listening to a different
search may cause slight interference volume of normal audio/telephone programme.
with the transmission. listening. The function can be switched on or
The function can be switched on You can adjust it by using the volume off via the "AUDIO FUNCTIONS"
or off via the "RDS" button or the button. The setting will be stored and main menu or by pressing the "RDS"
"AUDIO FUNCTIONS" main menu. will be used when the next messages button for more than 2 seconds.
The screen will show: are broadcast. The multifunction screen will show:
- "RDS" if the function is active and You must be on the FM waveband. - REG if the function is active,
available for the station selected. During station search or automatic - REG crossed out or greyed out*
- "RDS" crossed out or "RDS" storing phases, if the "TA" function if the function is active but not
greyed out on the screen* if the is selected, transmitters which are available.
function is active but is not available compatible with the broadcasting of
on the station. these messages will be tuned to or
If the station to which you are stored first.
listening does not have several The station being listened to must
frequencies in the region through indicate via the RDS system that it
which you are travelling, you can broadcasts traffic information.
switch off the automatic frequency
following.
* According to screen
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PTY function To find a PTY programme: EON system


This allows you to listen to stations This system connects stations
broadcasting a specific type of which are part of the same network.
programme, selected from the list of It enables the broadcast of traffic
available types below: information or a PTY programme,
by a station that is part of the same
NEWS SCIENCE network as the station to which you
- select the PTY button, are listening.
AFFAIRS VARIED
- turn button G to scroll down the The service is available when
INFO POP M different types of programmes you have selected the TA traffic
SPORT ROCK M offered, then confirm your choice, information programme or the PTY
EDUCATE EASY M when the programme of your choice function.
FICTION LIGHT M is displayed press button M or N
to carry out an automatic search
CULTURE OTHER M (after an automatic search the PTY
WEATHER LEISURE function is switched off if no station Audio functions menu
FINANCE JAZZ has been found).
CHILDREN COUNTRY
SOCIAL NATION M In PTY mode the different types
RELIGION OLDIES of programmes can be stored in
the memory. To do this, press the
PHONE IN FOLK M preselection buttons "1" to "6" for
TRAVEL DOCUMENT more than two seconds. To recall
the type of programme stored Select the "Audio functions" menu
in the memory, briefly press the from the general menu to:
When FM is selected, press button corrresponding button.
"TA/PTY" for more than two seconds - "Activate/Deactivate RDS
to switch the function on or off. frequency following",
- "Activate/Deactivate regional
mode",
- "Activate/deactivate Radio
Text display", broadcast by the
radio station if available ("RT" is
displayed at the bottom of the
screen).
- "Activate/deactivate CD details
display", also permits MP3
display.

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Contextual menu COMPACT DISC Selecting a track

Selecting CD mode

Press button M to select the following


After inserting a disc, printed face track.
By pressing knob G, the contextual Press button N to return to the start
menu allows you to access the upwards, the CD drive starts auto-
matically. of the current track or to select the
following functions: previous track.
- "Inputting a frequency", If a disc has already been inserted,
press the "SOURCE" button to Press several times in succession to
- "List of stations" to access skip several tracks.
the 30 stations picked up locally select CD mode.
directly,
- "Refresh list" to update this list,
- "Display Radio Text" broadcast Notes:
by the radio station if it is available • Before inserting a CD, press
("RT" is displayed at the bottom of button B to check that the drive
the screen). does not already contain a CD.
When you are in radio mode, • When the navigation CD is in the
pressing knob G enables you to drive, it is not possible to listen to a
call up the Radio contextual menu CD in CD mode.
to select "Read Radio Text"
(information broadcast by the station
concerning the programme to which
you are listening) (example: name of Ejecting a disc Accelerated play
singer, title of the song...).
Press and hold button M or N for
Press button B to forwards or backwards accelerated
eject the disc from the play.
drive.
Accelerated play stops as soon as
If the CD is not the button is released.
removed within 10 to 15 seconds
following ejection, it is re-inserted
into the drive automatically but is not
played.

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Contextual menu COMPACT DISC Selecting a track

Selecting CD mode

Press button M to select the following


After inserting a disc, printed face track.
By pressing knob G, the contextual Press button N to return to the start
menu allows you to access the upwards, the CD drive starts auto-
matically. of the current track or to select the
following functions: previous track.
- "Inputting a frequency", If a disc has already been inserted,
press the "SOURCE" button to Press several times in succession to
- "List of stations" to access skip several tracks.
the 30 stations picked up locally select CD mode.
directly,
- "Refresh list" to update this list,
- "Display Radio Text" broadcast Notes:
by the radio station if it is available • Before inserting a CD, press
("RT" is displayed at the bottom of button B to check that the drive
the screen). does not already contain a CD.
When you are in radio mode, • When the navigation CD is in the
pressing knob G enables you to drive, it is not possible to listen to a
call up the Radio contextual menu CD in CD mode.
to select "Read Radio Text"
(information broadcast by the station
concerning the programme to which
you are listening) (example: name of Ejecting a disc Accelerated play
singer, title of the song...).
Press and hold button M or N for
Press button B to forwards or backwards accelerated
eject the disc from the play.
drive.
Accelerated play stops as soon as
If the CD is not the button is released.
removed within 10 to 15 seconds
following ejection, it is re-inserted
into the drive automatically but is not
played.

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Contextual menu Playing MP3 CDs MP3 contextual menu


Following the insertion of an MP3
CD, playing of the first song of the
first MP3 directory begins. You can
select the track to be played using
buttons M or N or the MP3 directory
using buttons H or I.
Note: when the navigation CD is in
By pressing knob G, the contextual the drive, it is not possible to listen to In MP3 mode, pressing the knob G
menu permits you to switch the an MP3 CD in CD mode. enables you to switch the following
following functions on or off: functions on or off:
- playing of the start of a track - Playing of the start of each track on
("Introscan"), the CD ("Introscan").
- random play ("Random"), - Random play ("Random").
- programming of the track playing - Repeating of the tracks in the
order, Selecting a track current MP3 directory.
- list of tracks. To display the list of MP3 directories, - List of MP3 tracks.
press the MODE button to enter MP3
mode. When the knob G is pressed, This equipment enables you to listen
the contextual menu permits to music which is usually protected
displaying of the "list of tracks". by copyright in accordance with
current national and international
regulations.
Please refer to these regulations and
Using buttons H or I, comply with them.
select the MP3 direc-
tory to be played. The playing and displaying of an
MP3 compilation may depend on the
To open an MP3 di- recording programme and / or the
rectory, press knob G. parameters used.
Do not use copied CDs as
these could damage your We recommend use of the ISO 9660
player. recording standard.
Using buttons M or N, select the
Insert circular compact track to be played.
discs only. Confirm by pressing knob G.

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COMPACT DISC CHANGER Selecting a track Contextual menu

Selecting CD changer mode

Press button M to select the following


track.
Press button N to return to the start By pressing knob G, the contextual
Press the "SOURCE" button several of the current track or to select the menu permits you to switch the
times. previous track. following functions on or off:
Press several times in succession to - playing of the start of the track
skip several tracks. ("Introscan"),
- random play ("Random"),
- programming of the track playing
order,
- list of tracks.

Selecting a disc Accelerated play


Press one of the buttons "1" to "5" Press and hold button M or N for
on the audio/telephone to select the forwards or backwards accelerated
appropriate disc. play.
Accelerated play stops as soon as
Buttons H and I allow the button is released.
you to select respec-
tively the previous or
following disc in the
changer.
Playing of the first
track on the disc
begins automatically.
Following each change of source, on
returning to CD changer mode, play
will resume where it stopped.

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TELEPHONE "Telephone and telematic Contextual menu


services" menu
This function is a GSM dual-band Press the MENU button then, using
telephone (900 and 1 800 MHz) the knob G, select the "Telephone
incorporated in the RT3 GPS audio/ and telematic services" application
telephone system. and confirm to gain access to the
It is a "hands free" telephone. This following options:
function is provided by a microphone - "Call".
located next to the front courtesy - "Service", permits access to the
light, the speakers, a steering Press button D to display the
PEUGEOT services. telephone contextual menu.
column control and voice commands
which allow access to most of the - "Telephone functions", permits
setting of all of the telephone This menu enables you to gain
functions (the audio/telephone access to the following functions:
control panel buttons allow access to functions.
- "Text messages (SMS)", permits - "List of calls".
all the functions).
management of all of the functions - "Enter number".
Display of the principal "mobile" type for the text messages (SMS). - "Access to directory".
functions, as well as consultation of
the indexes, is provided by the multi- - "Access to your voice mail"
function display. (message service of your GSM
operator).
This function is active, whatever
position the ignition key is in even
after thirty minutes, when the
message "Economy mode active"
appears on the multi-function
display.

Note:
Do not allow yourself to become
distracted when you are behind
the wheel and comply with current
national legislation. The driver is
advised to stop in order to hold a
telephone conversation or carry out
certain actions (manual dialling of a
number, for example).

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Using the menus, example Within each menu: Using the alphanumeric keypad
"Telephone functions" For a given button, to input a character
Press the "MENU" button to Move around and se- in the second or subsequent rows
display the general menu. Select lect a function by turn- press until you obtain the character
the "Telephone and telematic ing the G button then required.
services" application, validate validate by pressing
"Telephone functions" to access the button.
the principal telephone functions,
then the various menus, in order to
reach the one required. Buttons Associated characters
Cancel an operation using the "ESC" [1] 1 or space
This menu allows you to access the button.
[2] 2 or A B C 2 or a b c 2
following functions:
[3] 3 or D E F 3 or d e f 3
[4] 4 or G H I 4 or g h i 4
[5] 5 or J K L 5 or j k l 5
[6] 6 or M N O 6 or m n o 6
[7] 7 or P Q R S 7 or p q r s 7
[8] 8 or T U V 8 or t u v 8
[9] 9 or W X Y Z 9 or w x y z 9
- "Network": allows you to select [0] 0 or + (long press)
the network search mode and to
see the networks available. [#] # or validation
- "Duration of calls": allows you [*] * or erasing of last character
to consult the duration recorder of input (long press)
calls made and zero re-set.
- "Process the PIN code": allows
you to use or modify the PIN code.
- "Call options": allows you to
configure the calls with entering of
my number, automatic answering
after X rings, specification of ring
options and allows you to configure
the diversion number for the text
messages and clear the list of calls
and the text messages.

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Installing the SIM card Inputting the PIN code Cancelling of PIN code request
In the menu "Telephone functions"
select "Process the PIN code", then
validate the "Cancel" function.
Warning: in this case, do not lose
your SIM card. Losing it would mean
anyone who finds it would be able to
make unlimited calls.

Input your PIN code using the


alphanumeric keypad and validate
by pressing button G or button #
Open flap L by pressing the point to access the network. Connection
of a pencil on the circular opening to the network is validated by the
above the flap. appearance of a symbol on the
screen.
Insert your SIM card, available from
a mobile telephone operator, as Warning: if you make three errors in
indicated in the graphics, then close succession when inputting your PIN
the flap. code, your SIM card will be blocked.
To unblock it, you will need to input
Note: removal or insertion of the the PUK code. The PUK code will be
SIM card must only be carried out supplied to you by the person selling
after the RT3 audio/telephone has your SIM card (input of the PUK code
been switched off (key in position S allows for 10 errors in succession;
(ignition switch) and screen off). after this the SIM card becomes
If you have a duplicate card, when permanently unusable).
carrying out the first installation or to
update your directory you must insert
your mobile telephone’s SIM card Note: the PIN code is required
then transfer its information to the each time the ignition is switched
RT3 audio/telephone directory - refer on, unless the PIN code has been
to the Directory main menu. stored in the memory or protection
by PIN code is not activated on the
SIM card.

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Telephone function screens Making a call Making a call from a directory


Press button D to display the Select the "Call" function then
Not in use contextual menu of the telephone. "Directory" to access all the files
containing a telephone number or
the "List of calls" function to access
the list of the last twenty incoming (if
the number display option is active)
or outgoing calls.
Note: there are two directories, the
RT3 audio/telephone directory and
This screen indicates the presence the SIM card directory.
of voice messages or text messages
(SMS) not listened to/read, the
cumulative time in use since the last
zero reset and the status of your
telephone.
Receiving a call

In use Entering a number When a ringing sounds to


let you know that a call is
waiting, you can choose
Select the function "Call" either to accept it by
then "Enter number" pressing button D or the
then enter the number end of the steering wheel
of the person you wish remote control or not to accept it by
to speak to using the pressing the button Q or by selecting
alphanumeric keypad. and validating the "NO" button on
This screen indicates the time elapsed Press button D to make the call. the "Answer?" screen.
since the start of the conversation, as If you accept the call, to end your
well as the number* or name of the communication, press button Q.
person to whom you are speaking (if
recorded in the index) and the status If you do not accept the call, it is
of your telephone. transferred to your voice mail or to a
call diversion number.

* If this option and service are


available.
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Text messages (SMS) Replying to a text message "Duration of calls" menu


After reading atext message, you Select the "Duration of calls"
Receiving text messages can: function from the "Telephone
Reply directly to the sender by functions" menu to consult the
selecting "Reply". A screen appears duration counters for the calls made.
automatically to enable you to enter The partial counter totals the duration
your message. of the calls since the last zero reset
Record the number of the sender carried out using the "Zero reset"
of the text message in your current button.
When the buzzer sounds (if the directory by selecting "Record".
SMS text messages buzzer option is
active) and a superimposed screen Sending a text message "Telephone options" menu
announces "Do you wish to read
the new text message (SMS)?", Select the "Call options" function
you can choose to read the text from the "Telephone functions"
message received by selecting menu to access the functions:
and validating "YES" or postpone - "Configure the calls" which
reading it by selecting and validating permits activation and deactivation
"NO", by pressing the "ESC" button of the "show my number" and
In the menu "Text messages "automatic answering after X rings"
or by waiting until the announcement (SMS)" validate the function "Typing
disappears. The message is read by functions
of an SMS". Type your text message
the voice synthesiser, if it is active. using the alphanumeric keypad and - "Ringing options" which permits
validate it using the "OK" button to adjustment of the ringing volume
store it or validate the "Send" button for voice calls, activation of the text
Note: the old text messages stored messages (SMS) receipt buzzer
and the new text messages, the to send it. Validation of the "Send"
button enables you to enter the and selection of a ring tone from
reading of which you wished to the five offered
postpone, can be consulted. Press number of your recipient or select it
the "MENU" button then validate from the directory or from the list of - "Voice call diversion number"
the "Telematic" icon, select "Text calls and send the message. which permits recording of the call
messages (SMS)" and validate diversion number chosen by the
the function "Reading of SMS customer, otherwise the call will be
received" by pressing button G. transferred to the voice mail if the
Then scroll through the list by turning call diversion box is ticked.
the button and press the button to
select the text message to be read (if
the voice synthesiser is active).

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Services* Emergency call*

Press button E to dis- In an emergency, press


play the "Services" button V until a signal is
menu and select one heard and a call validation /
of the following serv- deletion screen is displayed "PEUGEOT Assistance" /
ices: (delay of 6 seconds) or enter Emergency call
112 directly. During a connection to "PEUGOT
Make an emergency call Assistance" or an emergency call,
"Customer Contact Centre" if you are involved in a it is not possible to send or receive
which enables you to contact the situation which leads you to fear calls or SMS text messages; these
PEUGEOT Customer Contact serious consequences (injuries, ...) will be transferred to your voice
Centre directly and access the for those who are exposed to it (if you mail.
services offered (this type of call witness or are involved in an accident In this case, a green diode flashes
is suspended if an emergency or resulting in injuries, an attack, ...). on the RT3 GPS audio/telephone
breakown call is made). Before making a call of this kind, panel, when the emergency call
"PEUGEOT Assistance" which the audio/telephone must detect a or "PEUGEOT Assistance" call
enables you to contact the call cellular network. procedure begins, then lights
centre which controls the PEUGEOT If you have not signed the specific continuously when the call is taken
breakdown service directly and PEUGEOT contract, the parameters by the services concerned.
receive rapid assistance (you have of the SOS button are set so that
6 seconds within which to cancel a call is made to 112 - unique
the call when it is made). During number made available by the
the breakdown call phase it is not worldwide GSM network, reserved
possible to make any other calls for emergency calls.
with the exception of emergency No security mode is required and,
calls. If you have signed the specific depending on the network or country,
PEUGEOT contract, your call will be you do not need to insert your SIM
located. card or enter your PIN.
"Operator services" which gives If you have signed the specific
access to the list of services specific PEUGEOT contract, your call will be
to your operator (e.g.: customer located and you will be put in contact
service, consumption monitoring, with a PEUGEOT assistance team.
news, stock market, weather, travel,
games, etc) if they are available. For further details, refer to the
general conditions of your contract.

* If option and service available.


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The Directory "Directory" menu "Consult or modify a file"

General
The directory can contain up to
396 files divided into 4 independent
sub-directories ("User 1", "User 2",
"User 3" and "User 4").
When the system is delivered, the
default current directory is "User 4". Press the MENU button then, using To modify an existing file, select it
A file can contain: the knob G, select the "Directory" using the "Consult or modify a file"
- an address, application and confirm to gain function of the "Management of
- 5 telephone numbers, access to the following options: directory files" menu then make the
- 5 e-mails, - "Management of directory files" modifications.
- a note, with: Note: when the address is entered,
- a voice description which can be • "Consult or modify a file". the navigation CD-Rom must be
used for a voice command. • "Add a file", enter the present in order to obtain guidance
description of the new file then to this destination.
The address is entered by indicating
the town and the street. select on the file the section to
be completed then confirm and
Note: if you enter the address in enter the information.
the absence of the navigation CD • "Delete a file".
ROM, you will not be able to use this
address for navigation. • "Delete all files" in a directory.
- "Directory configuration" with:
• "Select a directory".
• "Name a directory".
• "Select the starting directory"
(current directory).
- "File transfer", with:
• "Exchange by infrared" of the
files to portable equipment and
vice versa.
• "Exchange with the SIM card"
of the information entered in the
RT3 GPS audio/telephone.

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Description of a directory file "File transfer" To "Exchange with the SIM card":
When a description is linked to a
directory file, you can record the
description vocally so that it can be
used subsequently for direct access
by voice commands (e.g.: "Call"
"[Name of the voice description]"
or "Guide to" "[Name of the voice
description]").
To "Exchange by infrared" between Send all of the files to the SIM card
Select "Consult or modify the file" the RT3 GPS audio/telephone and from the current directory of your
from the "Management of directory portable equipment (which has an RT3 GPS audio/telephone.
files" menu to access the screen infrared port) all or some of the files
which permits entering and recording Send one file to the SIM card from
recorded in the current directory. the current directory of your RT3
of the description.
Following selection of the "File GPS audio/telephone.
transfer" menu and of the direction Receive all of the files from the SIM
of this transfer, you must initiate card in the current directory of the
the exchange by presenting at the RT3 GPS audio/telephone.
same time opposite the infrared port,
the portable equipment on which Receive one file from the SIM card in
you started the transfer (consult the current directory of the RT3 GPS
the instructions provided with this audio/telephone.
equipment). A message confirms Reminder: when transferring a file
that the exchange is progressing from the RT3 GPS audio/telephone
correctly. to the SIM card, only the first number
Press the record button and follow entered in the file is recorded.
the instructions.
Note: The SIM card represents an
independent collection of information
among which the telephone numbers
may be accessible by consulting the
current directory.

TMC (Traffic Message Channel)


RDS Traffic Information
You can access information
regarding the traffic conditions from
the "Navigation - Traffic Info"
menu, then from the "TMC Traffic
Information" function (see section
"Satellite navigation system").

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VOICE COMMANDS Activation of the voice Saying the phrase "Help" or "What
commands can I say" displays all of the
The voice commands make it commands available on the screen.
possible to use pre-recorded words Press the button on the end of the
lights stalk to activate or deactivate Saying the word "Cancel" cancels
or phrases to control a certain all of the voice commands.
number of functions of the RT3 GPS this function.
audio/telephone. Activation of the function is confirmed Miscellaneous words: STOP /
by a bleep and the opening of a DELETE / YES / NO / PREVIOUS /
window on the screen. The system is NEXT
then listening.

Example: to recall the radio station


stored on button 3, the key words
are: "Radio" "Memory" "3".
To use these key words, you must
say the word "Radio", wait for the
They are organised in three levels audible confirmation signal, then
(levels 1, 2 and 3). say the word "Memory", wait for the
audible confirmation signal, then end
When you say a level 1 command, the with the word "3", wait for the audible
system makes the level 2 commands confirmation signal which will carry
available; when you say a level 2 out the action requested.
command, the system makes the
level 3 commands available.
Pressing the "MENU" button for
more than 2 seconds permits access
to the "list of voice commands".
Notes:
- between two key words, a screen
indicates the time remaining and
the key word recognised,
- in the absence of any voice
commands, this function will be
switched off after approximately
five seconds,
- if a command is not understood,
the system transmits "Pardon" and
displays "Word not recognised"
on the screen.

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The list of voice commands available is presented in this table:

Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 1 Level 2 Level 3

PREVIOUS LAST NUMBER


NEXT DIRECTORY DESCRIPTION
RADIO MEMORY 1 ... 6 TELEPHONE SERVICES
AUTOSTORE VOICE BOX
LIST VOICE MAIL

PREVIOUS TRACK SMS / DISPLAY


NEXT TRACK MESSAGE READ
TRACK NUMBER 1 ... 20 DISPLAY
CD PLAYER RANDOM TRAFFIC INFO
READ
SCAN
STOP
REPEAT
RESUME
LIST
DIRECTORY DESCRIPTION
PREVIOUS TRACK NAVIGATION /
ZOOM IN
GUIDANCE
NEXT TRACK ZOOM OUT
TRACK NUMBER 1 ... 20 DESTINATION
PREVIOUS DISC SHOW
VEHICLE
NEXT DISC
CHANGER AUDIO
DISC NUMBER 1 ... 6
TELEPHONE
RANDOM
DISPLAY NAVIGATION
SCAN
TRIP COMPUTER
REPEAT
GUIDANCE
LIST
CALL DESCRIPTION

GUIDE TO DESCRIPTION

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SATELLITE NAVIGATION The system uses the following The CD ROM drive
SYSTEM elements: This is part of the RT3 GPS audio/
- A CD ROM drive. telephone.
Initialisation - A last voice message recall control -
during navigation, a long press on
When the navigation is used for the end of the lights stalk repeats
the first time, or if the battery is the last spoken information.
disconnected, the navigation system
must be initialised. - Map data in the form of a CD ROM
which must be inserted in the drive
To do this, park the vehicle in the printed side up.
open so that it can make contact with - A configuration CD ROM, required
a satellite then turn the ignition key in order to change the voice 1. CD ROM ejection button.
to the Running position for fifteen synthesiser voice (female or 2. CD ROM drive.
minutes. male) or the language used by the
system.
- A voice synthesiser which utters
the manoeuvre instructions during
navigation.
- A screen.
- A GPS aerial. The navigation CD ROM
- Controls on the panel and at the
Introduction steering wheel.
The satellite navigation system
guides you, by means of vocal and
visual instructions (graphics), to
your chosen destination.
The heart of the system lies in the
use of a map database and GPS
(Global Positioning System). With Certain functions or services
this system you can fix the position of described may vary depending This contains all the map data.
your vehicle by means of a satellite on the version of CD ROM or the
network. It must be inserted in the drive,
country where the vehicle is sold. printed face upwards.
Use only CD ROMs approved by
PEUGEOT.
For safety reasons, the
inputting of navigation
information by the driver
must be carried out when
the vehicle is stationary.

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The last voice message recall Rotation of the dial: "MODE" button:
control This allows you to move round the - brief press: modification of perma-
screen and thus select a function. nent display (audio system, naviga-
It also allows you : tion / guidance...),
- with a "setting" type parameter,
after selection, to increase or
decrease the value,
- with a "list" type parameter, to
open the list and scroll through
the values.
Pressing for more than two seconds
on the button at the end of the - with map guidance, to increase the
lights stalk repeats the last voice zoom. "ESC" button:
information. - brief press: cancelling of operation
in progress or erasing of last
superimposed display.
- pressing for more than two sec-
onds: erasing of all superimposed
displays and return to the perma-
The control keypad Pressing the dial: nent display.
This allows:
- access to the list of controls
(contextual menu) of the permanent
display, if there is no other display
superimposed.
- confirmation of the selected
function or the modified value. "MENU" button:
- selection of a "setting" or "list" - brief press: access to the general
type parameter for modification. menu.
- press for more than two seconds:
displaying of a help menu with
the list of voice commands, a
This lets you select and validate the description of the version of your
functions, controls and programmes equipment, a demonstration mode
displayed. and the status of the services.

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General notes on the display Notes: General menu


Depending on the situation of Switch on the RT3 GPS audio/
the vehicle and the reception of telephone and insert the navigation
GPS information, this information CD ROM.
may disappear from the screen Press the "MENU" button to access
temporarily. the general menu.
In Navigation display mode, a
long press of the "Menu" control
permits access to the activation of
During navigation, if the navigation a demonstration of the Navigation
CD ROM is present, the screen function of your RT3 GPS audio/
indicates the manoeuvres to be telephone.
carried out:
Next, select a destination using the
1. During navigation: manoeuvre Navigation Menu. After entering, start
to be carried out or, temporarily, the Navigation to display a simulation
course to be followed. of the movement of your vehicle.
2. Next manoeuvre to be carried The starting point will be either the Select the Navigation/Traffic Infor-
out. current location of the vehicle or the mation icon using the dial G, then
3. Next road to be taken and name last known location. It is possible to validate by pressing the dial to ac-
of the town. enter an alternative starting point via cess the main "Navigation - Traffic
the demonstration menu. Info" menu.
4. Current road and name of the
town. This demonstration may enable you
5. Symbol concerning the to visualise a journey that you wish
Traffic Information or the local to make in the near future.
services*.
6. Estimated time of arrival at
destination (based on free-
flowing traffic).
7. Distance to final destination.
8. Distance to next manoeuvre.

* According to screen.
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Navigation - Traffic Information Selecting a destination Entering an address

The main "Navigation - Traffic The "Select a destination" menu The last guidance address is
Info" menu offers various options offers various options for reaching a displayed.
for activation or management of destination: Select and validate in succession the
guidance: - "Entering an address". entry zones "Town", "Road", then
- "Select a destination". - Select a "service" available in a "N°" to fill them in.
- "Stages and routes". town (restaurant, airport, hotel, The "OK" function permits validation
- "Guidance options". cinema, theatre, etc.). of the address and access to the
- "TMC traffic information". - Select a destination stored in a guidance activation function.
- "Stop guidance". "directory". The "Store" function permits
- Select one of the twenty "previous recording of the address in a
Once guidance has been started, a destinations". directory file.
display warns you about use of the The "Curr. loc" function permits
navigation. If you accept its content, display of the current address.
press G. Observe current road The "GPS" function permits selection
indications. of the GPS coordinates.

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Entering the name of the town Entering the name of the road Entering the number of the road
Enter the name of the street in the or junction
same way as the name of the town.
When the full name of the street is
displayed, select the "OK" function
then confirm by pressing the dial.
Note: do not enter the type of road
(road, avenue, etc.).
To enter the name of a town, select Enter the number of the street
each letter by turning the dial, then previously entered.
validate each letter by pressing the Select the "OK" function, then
dial. confirm by pressing the dial.
If an error is made entering the Note: if the number of the street
letters, the "Change" function entered is not available, it is
permits erasing of the last letter rejected.
entered.
You can also select a street from the
Note: following the validation of a "Junctions" function, which avoids
letter, only those which could make Entering the town and road using having to enter the street number.
up a name existing in the database the alphanumeric keypad
appear. Note: if the street selected does not
Press the numeric key which have a number, the list of junctions is
As letters are entered, the "List" corresponds to the letter required displayed automatically.
function indicates the number of until the letter appears on the screen,
towns beginning with the same The full destination is displayed.
then confirm by pressing the # key Select the "OK" function, then
letters. Activation of this function after each letter.
permits selection of a town from the confirm by pressing the dial to
If you make an inputting error, press access the guidance activation
list. the * button to correct the last letter function. Follow the instructions
When the list contains fewer than entered. given by the system.
six names, these are displayed
automatically. Select a town then
validate by pressing the dial.
When the complete name of the town
is displayed, select the "OK" function
then confirm by pressing the dial.
Note: once the town has been
entered, you can confirm by pressing
"OK". You will then be guided to the
centre of this town automatically.

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Selecting a service Note: GPS details


If you wish to be directed to a service, If the service selected is not available
select the category of service and in the programmed location, a
confirm. message will inform you of this.
The list of services in the category Following confirmation of the
selected is displayed. Select then location, the service nearest to it is
confirm the required service to gain displayed. The distance indicated is
access to selection of the location. the distance to it as the crow flies.

The most recent destinations are


shown.
There are three possible methods
of defining the location to which you
wish to travel:
- accept the last details input by
means of the "OK" function,
- input the details of your destina-
tion,
An indication in the (X/n) band - automatically input the details of
indicates whether there are several your current location by means of
The last address entered is establishments (n = maximum)
displayed. the "Curr. loc." function.
offering the same service within a
There are 3 options for defining the radius, as the crow flies, of 30 miles
location around which you wish to (50 km) of the chosen location.
obtain a service: Use the functions "<<", ">>" or "<",
• Accept the last address entered by ">" to consult the list offered.
confirming the "OK" function. When the establishment of your
• Enter the name of another town choice is displayed, you can select:
then confirm the road (optional).
• Automatically display the name - "OK" to activate guidance to this
of your current location using the service.
"Curr. loc" function. - "Store" to add to your directory.
- "Contact" to call the service.

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Selecting a destination stored in Selection of one of the previous Stages and routes
the directory destinations

Select the ''Directory'' function to Select the "Previous destinations" - "Add a stage" to your route after
access the file in which the address function to access one of the last starting guidance.
you are looking for is archived. twenty addresses stored. - "Order or delete stages".
Select a description by scrolling - "Divert route". You must indicate
down the list by means of the dial, Select a description by scrolling the number of miles (kilometres)
then confirm by pressing the dial. down the list by means of the dial, that you wish to avoid to permit the
The directory file is then displayed. then confirm it by pressing the calculation of a new route.
Select the "OK" function, then press dial. The complete address is then - Select the initial "Chosen
the dial to access the guidance displayed. destination" in order to change it.
activation function. Select the "OK" function, then press Note: if a stage is programmed, the
Follow the directions given by the the dial to access the guidance navigation system will always try to
system. activation function. pass via this stage until you have
gone through it or deleted it.
Follow the instructions given by
the system.

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Guidance options Calculation criteria Management of the directory


This function enables you to rename
an address stored in the directory.
Select the description correspond-
ing to the stored address to be
changed.
Select the "Rename" function, then
confirm by pressing the dial.
Select the "OK" function, then
- "Define the calculation criteria" The last criterion used is displayed. confirm by pressing the dial to record
for your route so that it is the Select a criterion from the list, then the changes made.
fastest, the shortest, takes account validate by pressing the dial.
of the traffic information, etc... The
last criteria selected are displayed. When the criterion of your choice
has been selected, select the "OK"
- "Set the voice synthesiser", function then confirm by pressing
set the volume of the guidance the dial.
instructions.
- "Activate/deactivate road
names", set the pronunciation in Stopping / Resuming guidance
the spoken instructions.
- "Description of the CD ROM", to "Stop guidance"
display the Navigation CD ROM During guidance, select this function
information. then validate.
- "Delete the previous destina- "Resume guidance"
tions". In the absence of guidance, select
this function then validate to activate
guidance to the last destination
programmed.
Note: after re-starting the engine,
a screen appears enabling you to
resume guidance activated before
the ignition was switched off.

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"Navigation - Traffic Info" TMC (Traffic Message Channel)


contextual menu RDS Traffic Information
The RT3 GPS audio/telephone
permits access to the TMC RDS
traffic information which is broadcast
free of charge on the FM waveband.
This function enables you to receive Select the "TMC Traffic Information"
messages regarding the traffic function from the "Navigation /
The contextual menu associated conditions (accidents, traffic jams, Traffic Info" menu:
with the "Navigation - Traffic weather, ...). - "Consult the messages" to
Info" application appears as a They may appear temporarily as a display the list of TMC messages
superimposed display, when this is superimposed display or be read by available,
the application currently in use in the the voice synthesiser, if it is active. - "Filter the TMC information"
main screen window. You can read the messages to select a type of message and
This menu is limited to the following broadcast by the TMC station while initialise the TMC station,
functions: listening to another station. - "Voice synthesis" to listen to the
- displaying of the map in "full In map mode, special TMC symbols TMC messages received,
screen" mode or downsized on are displayed depending on the type - "Activate/Deactivate message
the right-hand side ("windowed of information*. presentation" to display/not
screen")*, display the TMC messages
- changing of the initial route, received.
- storing of the current location
(postal address if available or, if it
is not, the GPS co-ordinates of the
position),
- changing of the route "guidance
criteria",
- stopping or resuming of guidance.

* According to screen.
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Filtering of the TMC messages Filter by event Geographical filter


To filter these messages, select This choice enables you to select the
the "Filter the TMC info" function kinds of event about which you wish
from the "TMC Traffic Information" to be informed:
menu, the screen then shows: - Those classified as road-related
- "Activate/deactivate the filter such as traffic, road closures or
according to route", in navigation vehicle restrictions and/or,
mode, this permits the selection - Those concerning the town in
of events located on the guidance which you are located such as
route and in the direction of travel parking, public transport and This choice enables you to select the
only. demonstrations. events zone (radius of 1 to 125 miles
- "Filter by event", permits selection Access to this information depends (3 to 200 km) about which you wish
of the required kinds of event only on its availability. to be informed:
(all selected by default). Note: if you do not select any events, - events which are taking place
- "Geographical filter", permits you will not receive any TMC traffic around your vehicle and/or,
selection of the events located information. - events in a location to be selected.
around the vehicle and/or around The two filters can be used
a given location. The various filters simultaneously. In this case, the
can by used simultaneously. radius is the same for both.
- "Selection of the TMC station", We recommend a filter according to
permits the selection of another the route and a geographical filter
station indicating that it broadcasts around the vehicle:
RDS-TMC information.
You can filter these messages using - of 3 miles (5 km) or 6 miles (10 km)
one or more filters simultaneously. for a region with heavy traffic,
- of 12 miles (20 km) for a region with
normal traffic,
- of 60 miles (100 km) for long
journeys (motorway).

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


Ž speech synthesis Ž infrared exchange
 volume  send all files
 activate / deactivate  send one file
Ž activate / deactivate message  receive by infrared
ΠDIRECTORY
presentation Ž exchange with the sim card
 MANAGEMENT OF DIRECTORY FILES  send all sim files
 RESUME / STOP GUIDANCE
Ž consult or change a file  send one sim file
 entire directory  receive all files from sim
 name  receive a file from sim
 voice recording
 notes
 address
Œ AUDIO FUNCTIONS ‘ town
 ACTIVATE / DEACTIVATE RDS ‘ street
‘ n°
ALTERNATIVE FREQUENCIES
 number Œ TELEPHONE AND TELEMATIC
 ACTIVATE / DEACTIVATE REGIONAL ‘ display
MODE SERVICES
‘ list of numbers
 ACTIVATE / DEACTIVATE RADIO TEXT  CALL
‘ change
INFO Ž list of calls
‘ add
 ACTIVATE / DEACTIVATE CD DETAILS Ž dial
‘ delete
INFO Ž directory
 e-mail
Ž voice mail
‘ display
‘ list of numbers  SERVICE
‘ change Ž customer contact centre
‘ add Ž Peugeot assistance
‘ delete Ž Peugeot mobile services (if atx services
ΠTRIP COMPUTER activated)
Ž add a file
 TRIP COMPUTER CONFIGURATION  description Ž messages received
Ž enter distance to destination Ž delete a file  list of v-cards
 0 km  entire directory  TELEPHONE FUNCTIONS
Ž select units Ž delete all files Ž network
 l/100 & km  do you want to delete all of the files in the  network search mode
 mpg & miles directory (non sim)?  automatic mode
 km/l & km  yes  manual mode
 °c/°f  no ‘ list of networks
 bar, psi  CONFIGURATION OF THE DIRECTORY  networks available
 DIAGNOSTICS Ž select a directory  list of networks
Ž warning log  user xxxx Ž duration of calls
Ž equipment backup supply Ž name a directory  partial counter
Ž gps coverage Ž select the starting directory  total duration
 user xxx  zero reset
 STATUS OF FUNCTIONS
 last directory used Ž manage the pin code
Ž list of functions
 activate
 store the pin code
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 change the pin code


 entering the pin code
 old code
 > new code
 confirmation
 >> correct Œ CONFIGURATION*
Ž call options  DISPLAY CONFIGURATION
 delete the list of calls and sms Ž adjust the brightness
 do you want to delete the list of calls and Ž sound
sms from the equipment?  speech synthesis adjustment
 configure the calls  volume of guidance instructions
 displaying of my number ‘ volume
 automatic pick-up after 3 rings ‘ activate / deactivate
 ring options  volume of other messages
 for voice calls ‘ volume
‘ volume ‘ activate / deactivate
‘ type of ring  select a voice
 for text messages (sms) ‘ male
‘ text message buzzer ‘ female
 voice call diversion n°  speech synthesis
 TEXT MESSAGES (SMS) ‘ activate / deactivate
Ž reading text messages received  voice command adjustment
 list of text messages received  volume
Ž sending a text message  activate / deactivate
 list of saved text messages Ž international parameters
Ž writing a text message  adjust the date & time
 text message  day, month, year
 message sent  time, 12h, 24h, am/pm
Ž delete the list of text messages  adjusting the minutes on gps
 select the units
 l/100 & km
 mpg & miles
 km/l & km
 °c /°f
 bar, psi
Ž choice of language
 list of languages available

* Configuration menu: according to Flow chart version 5.5


display.
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5 CD CHANGER* RADIO RECEPTION


(aerial adjustment)
Notes on radio reception On FM, interference may be the
Your radio will be subject to result of increasing distance from
phenomena which do not affect the transmitter, deflection of the
domestic radio sets. Both MW/LW signal by obstacles (mountains, hills,
and FM reception are subject to buildings, etc.), or of being in an area
various forms of interference, which not covered by a transmitter.
are no reflection on the quality of
your equipment but are due to the
nature of the signals and the way in
which they are transmitted.
On MW/LW, interference may be
noticed when passing underneath
high voltage power lines, under
bridges or in tunnels.

This is located in the glove box. It


holds up to 5 discs.
To load the changer, insert the discs
with the printed side upwards.
To remove a disc, press and hold one
of the buttons "1" to "5".
Saloon: recommended position for
the front aerial for best reception.
No particular position for the fixed
rear aerial (preset aerial).
The use of copied
compact discs may cause
faults.
Insert circular compact discs
only.

* According to country.
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The speakers are situated:


- in the front door pillars: two
206 AUDIO SYSTEM (RD3 and RT3) Tweeters (2) for reproduction of
the treble (high frequency) in the
front.
- in the front doors: two Woofers (3)
for reproduction of the bass (low
frequencies) in the front.
- in the rear doors: two Tweeters (4)
set into two Woofers (5), providing a
balance of frequencies in the rear.
- in the boot: a Subwoofer (6)
for reproduction of the bass and
ultra-bass (very low frequencies)
throughout the whole of the
passenger compartment.

You will appreciate the clarity


and depth and notice that the
sound fills the whole of the
vehicle perfectly.

Adjusting in CD or Radio mode


The basic functions remain those of
the audio set.
Presentation There is no need for any further
Your 206 is fitted with a JBL audio This system provides optimal adjustment. However, in order to
system, designed specifically for the reproduction and distribution of take full advantage of your JBL audio
passenger compartment. the sound in the vehicle, both in system, you are advised to set the
At the heart of the system, a the front and the rear. AUDIO functions (BASS, TREB,
240 watt multifunction amplifier (1) FAD, BAL) to position "0" (zero),
(integrated in the subwoofer in the Loudness (LOUD) to the "ON"
the boot) independently controls position for CD mode and to the
8 high acoustic definition speakers "OFF" position for radio mode.
and the subwoofer.

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VENTILATION Advice on operation and In certain cases of particularly


notes arduous use (towing the maximum
1. Windscreen de-icing or load on a steep gradient in a high
demisting vents. Place the air flow control at a level temperature), cutting off the air
sufficient to ensure an adequate conditioning permits recovery of
2. Front door windows de-icing or renewal of air in the passenger
demisting vents. the engine power and, therefore
compartment. improvement of the towing capacity.
3. Side vents. When the air flow control is in the Ensure that the passenger
4. Centre vents. OFF position (system switched off), compartment filter, located by the
5. Air outlet to front footwells. temperature-related comfort is no windscreen, under the bonnet, is
6. Air outlet to rear footwells (with longer guaranteed. However, a slight in good condition. Have the filter
automatic air conditioning only. flow of air, due to the movement of elements replaced regularly. If you
the vehicle, can still be felt. drive in a dusty environment, change
Select the air distribution which is them twice as often.
most suited to your requirements and
the weather conditions.
The air conditioning system does not
Change the temperature setting contain chlorine and does not present
progressively for greater comfort. any danger to the ozone layer.
Place the air intake control in the Operate the air conditioning system
"Exterior air" position, this facilitates for 5 to 10 minutes, once or twice a
demisting. month to keep it in perfect working
order.
If the interior temperature remains The water formed by the condensa-
very high following a long period tion of the air conditioning system is
parked in the sun, do not hesitate to discharged via an opening provided
ventilate the passenger compartment for this purpose. Therefore, a pud-
for a few minutes. dle may form underneath the vehicle
To obtain a perfectly uniform when stationary.
distribution of air, do not cover the If the system does not produce cold
exterior air intake grille, the vents, air, do not use it and contact your
the air passages and the air outlets PEUGEOT dealer.
in the footwells.

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DE-ICING AND DEMISTING

De-icing the rear screen and Manual demisting* Automatic demisting, visibility
mirrors To quickly demist the windscreen programme*
and side windows: In some cases, the AUTO programme
- switch on the air conditioning, may not be sufficient to demist
When the engine is running, - place the temperature and air flow the windscreen and side windows
pressing this button de-ices controls in the maximum position, (humidity, several passengers,
the rear screen and exterior - close the central vents, ice...).
mirrors. - place the exterior air intake control Select the "visibility" demisting
It switches off automatically, after on the left, in the "Exterior Air" programme by pressing this button
approximately twelve minutes*, to position. to clear the windows quickly.
prevent an excessive consumption To exit from this programme and
of current. Pressing the button return to the AUTO programme,
again restarts operation for twelve press the AUTO button.
minutes.
It is possible to stop the operation of
the de-icing before it is switched off
automatically by pressing the button
again.
Switch off the de-icing as soon as
you consider this necessary as low
current consumption reduces fuel
consumption.

* According to version or country.


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HEATING / VENTILATION 3. Air flow adjustment


The heating and ventilation can only operate when the engine is running.
Turn the control from
position 1 to position 4 to
obtain an air flow sufficient to
ensure your comfort.

4. Air intake / Air recirculation


The recirculation of interior air
prevents exterior odours and
smoke entering the passenger
compartment.
The intake of exterior air prevents
and eliminates misting of the
windscreen and side windows.

Air intake.

1. Temperature adjustment Footwells.


Air recirculation.
Turn the control from blue (cold) to
red (hot) to adjust the temperature to
suit your requirements.
These settings are recommended for
cold climates. Move the manual control 4 to the
right for the "Interior air recirculation"
2. Air distribution adjustment Centre and side vents. position.

Windscreen and side win-


dows (de-icing/demisting). This setting is recommended for hot
climates. Move the manual control 4 to the
left to return to the "Exterior air
The air distribution can be adjusted by intake" position as soon as possible
Windscreen, side windows placing the control in an intermediate to prevent deterioration of the air
and footwells. position, marked "-". quality.

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AIR CONDITIONING 2. Temperature adjustment


Turn the control from blue (cold) to
The air conditioning can only operate when the engine is running. red (hot) to adjust the temperature to
suit your requirements.

3. Air distribution adjustment

Windscreen and side win-


dows (de-icing/demisting).

Windscreen, side windows


and footwells.

Footwells.

1. Air conditioning On/Off The air conditioning does These settings are recommended for
The air conditioning is designed to not operate while the air flow cold climates.
operate effectively in all seasons, adjustment control is in the "OFF"
with the windows closed. In summer, position. Centre and side vents.
it permits lowering of the temperature
and in winter, above 0 °C, it increases To guarantee correct operation of
the effectiveness of the demisting. your air conditioning system, we also
recommend that you have it checked This setting is recommended for hot
regularly. climates.
The air distribution can be adjusted by
placing the control in an intermediate
position, marked "-".
Press the switch, the indica-
tor light comes on.

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4. Air flow adjustment

Turn the control from


position 1 to position 4 to
obtain an air flow sufficient to
ensure your comfort.

5. Air intake / Air recirculation

Intake of exterior air.

Air recirculation.

The recirculation of interior air pre-


vents exterior odours and smoke en-
tering the passenger compartment.
The intake of exterior air prevents
and eliminates misting of the
windscreen and side windows.
Used simultaneously with the air con-
ditioning, air recirculation improves
air conditioning performance.
Used in a damp climate, air
recirculation may result in misting of
the windows.
Move the manual control 5 to the
right to the "Interior air recirculation"
position.
Move the manual control 5 to the left
to the "Exterior air intake" position
as soon as possible to prevent
deterioration of the air quality.

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AUTOMATIC AIR CONDITIONING Note: for your comfort, the values


set when the engine is switched
The air conditioning can only operate when the engine is running. off are retained on re-starting if
the temperature in the passenger
compartment has not changed
significantly; otherwise, operation
resumes in automatic mode.

When the engine is cold, to prevent


too great a distribution of cold air, the
ventilation will only reach its optimum
level gradually.
On entering the vehicle, if the interior
temperature is much colder or warmer
than is comfortable, there is no need
to change the value displayed in
order to reach the required level of
comfort. The system eliminates the
temperature difference automatically
and as quickly as possible.

Automatic operation Manual operation


If you wish, you can make a different
1. Temperature adjustment 2. Control by the AUTO choice from that offered by the
programme system by changing a setting. The
The value indicated on the Press the "AUTO" button. other functions will still be controlled
display corresponds to a automatically.
We recommend that you
level of comfort and not to use this mode: it provides Pressing the AUTO button returns
a temperature in degrees optimised automatic control the system to completely automatic
Celsius or Fahrenheit. of all of the functions, passenger operation.
Press the arrows 1 (up and down) compartment temperature, air flow,
to change this value. A setting air distribution and air recirculation,
around 21 enables a comfortable in accordance with the comfort value
temperature to be obtained. that you have chosen. This system is
designed to operate effectively in all
seasons, with the windows closed.

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3. Air conditioning On/Off 5. Air flow 7. Switching the system off

Press this button to stop air Press buttons "+" and The OFF button switches
cooling. "-" respectively to off all the functions of the
The symbol ECO is dis- increase or decrease system.
played. the air flow.
Temperature-related comfort and
Automatic operation of the air demisting are no longer guaranteed
conditioning is resumed when the but a slight flow of air is maintained.
button is pressed again.
Pressing the OFF, AUTO, or
The symbol A/C is displayed. "visibility" button again reactivates
6. Air intake / Air recirculation the system with the values set before
Notes
it was switched off.
To prevent condensation on the Press this button for
inside of the vehicle in cold or wet Note: if you wish to cut off the flow
recirculation of the interior of air completely, press the air intake
weather, you are advised to avoid air. Recirculation, shown
using the ECO mode. button 7.
on the display, enables
To guarantee correct operation of the passenger compartment to be
your air conditioning system, we also insulated from exterior odours and
recommend that you have it checked smoke.
regularly. Avoid prolonged recirculation of
interior air (risk of condensation and
deterioration of the air quality).
4. Air distribution Press the button again to resume
automatic management of the intake
of air.
Pressing this button several
times in succession enables
the air flow to be directed in
turn towards:
- the windscreen (de-icing or demist-
ing),
- the windscreen and the footwells,
- the footwells,
- the centre and side vents and the
footwells,
- the centre and side vents.

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Saloon and 206 SW

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206 GTi 180

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FRONT SEATS Rear head restraints 4. Seat height adjustment


These have a high position for when Pull the handle upwards.
1 - Forwards-backwards they are in use and a low position
adjustment Remove your weight from the seat to
for when they are stored. They are raise, or press on the seat to lower.
Lift the control and slide the seat removable.
towards the front or the rear. To lower the head restraints, press 5. Seat back angle adjustment
the lug.
2. Head restraint height and Push one of the two handles towards
To remove them, pull upwards as far the rear.
angle adjustment as the stop, then press the release
(except 206 GTi 180) control.
To raise the restraint, pull it upwards. 6. Heated seats switch
The adjustment is correct when the 3. Access to rear seats Press the switch. The temperature is
upper edge of the head restraint is (3 door), A or B according to controlled automatically.
level with the top of the head. version Press the switch again to stop
The head restraint has a frame with A - Pull one of the two handles and operation.
notches, which prevent the head push forwards to fold the seat back
restraint dropping down (this is a and move the seat forwards.
safety device in the event of an On repositioning, the seat returns to
impact). its initial position.
To lower the head restraint, it is No person nor object must prevent
necessary to push simultaneously: the seat from returning to its initial
- the button located on the left guide position; returning to this position is
at the base of the head restraint, necessary for it to be locked.
- the head restraint downwards. It is impossible to access the rear
To remove the head restraint, press seats if the front seat is in the reclining
the lug. position.
The angle of the head restraint can B - Pull one of the two handles and
also be adjusted. push forwards to fold the seat back.
On repositioning, the seat back
returns to its initial position.

Never drive with the head


restraints removed; they
must be in place and
correctly adjusted.

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FRONT SEATS Rear head restraints 4. Seat height adjustment


These have a high position for when Pull the handle upwards.
1 - Forwards-backwards they are in use and a low position
adjustment Remove your weight from the seat to
for when they are stored. They are raise, or press on the seat to lower.
Lift the control and slide the seat removable.
towards the front or the rear. To lower the head restraints, press 5. Seat back angle adjustment
the lug.
2. Head restraint height and Push one of the two handles towards
To remove them, pull upwards as far the rear.
angle adjustment as the stop, then press the release
(except 206 GTi 180) control.
To raise the restraint, pull it upwards. 6. Heated seats switch
The adjustment is correct when the 3. Access to rear seats Press the switch. The temperature is
upper edge of the head restraint is (3 door), A or B according to controlled automatically.
level with the top of the head. version Press the switch again to stop
The head restraint has a frame with A - Pull one of the two handles and operation.
notches, which prevent the head push forwards to fold the seat back
restraint dropping down (this is a and move the seat forwards.
safety device in the event of an On repositioning, the seat returns to
impact). its initial position.
To lower the head restraint, it is No person nor object must prevent
necessary to push simultaneously: the seat from returning to its initial
- the button located on the left guide position; returning to this position is
at the base of the head restraint, necessary for it to be locked.
- the head restraint downwards. It is impossible to access the rear
To remove the head restraint, press seats if the front seat is in the reclining
the lug. position.
The angle of the head restraint can B - Pull one of the two handles and
also be adjusted. push forwards to fold the seat back.
On repositioning, the seat back
returns to its initial position.

Never drive with the head


restraints removed; they
must be in place and
correctly adjusted.

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REAR SEATS
To fold the rear seats: - position the seat belt under the belt When repositioning:
- lift the front of the seat cushion 1, holder 2, - return the seat back to the upright
- tilt the seat cushion 1 against the - pull control 3 to unlock the seat position,
front seats, back 4, - fold back the seat cushion,
- remove or lower the head restraint, - reposition the buckles before
- tilt the seat back 4. locking the front of the seat
Always start with the seat, never cushion.
the seat back (risk of damage). Take care not to trap the seat
belts.

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BENCH SEAT
To fold the bench seat: - position the seat belt under the belt When repositioning:
- lift the front of the seat cushion 1, holder 2, - return the seat back to the upright
- tilt the seat cushion 1 against the - pull the controls 3 to unlock the position,
front seats, seat back 4, - fold back the seat cushion,
- remove or lower the head - reposition the buckles before
restraints, locking the front of the seat
- tilt the seat back 4. cushion.
Always start with the seat, never Take care not to trap the seat
the seat back (risk of damage). belts.

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Removing the rear seat Folding seat back TRANSPORTING LONG


- Tilt the seat cushion against the - Remove the head restraint for OBJECTS
front seats. complete folding of the seat back.
- Squeeze the seat fasteners to re- - Push handle 5 towards the rear to Front seat:
lease them from their attachments. tilt the seat back. - Tilt the seat back towards the front
- Remove the seat cushion. using the control 5 (see corres-
ponding paragraph).

Rear seat:
- Remove the seat cushion,
- Tilt the seat back.

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BENCH SEAT
To fold the bench seat: - position the seat belt under the belt When repositioning:
- lift the front of the seat cushion 1, holder 2, - return the seat back to the upright
- tilt the seat cushion 1 against the - pull the controls 3 to unlock the position,
front seats, seat back 4, - fold back the seat cushion,
- remove or lower the head - reposition the buckles before
restraints, locking the front of the seat
- tilt the seat back 4. cushion.
Always start with the seat, never Take care not to trap the seat
the seat back (risk of damage). belts.

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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 "Rearwards-facing" "Forwards-facing"
depends 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 child would risk being seriously with the seat back upright and leave
with Directive 2000/3, all children injured or killed if the air bag were the passenger air bag armed**.
under the age of 12 must travel to inflate.
in 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
secured using a three point seat belt:

Group 0: from birth to 10 kg


Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg

L1 L2
"BRITAX "RÖMER
Babysure" Baby-Safe"
(E11 0344117) (E1 03301146)
Installed in Installed in
the rear-facing the rear-facing
position. position.

Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg

Passenger air bag OFF**


L3
"KIDDY Life"
(E1 03301135)
For the safety of young children (from
9 to 18 kg), PEUGEOT recommends
use of the restraining cushion.

Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg

L5
"KLIPPAN Optima"
(E17 030007)
L4 From the age
"RECARO Start" of 6 years
(E1 03301108). (approximately
22 kg), the booster
** According to version. is used on its own.
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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 child / indicative age


Seat Less than 13 kg From 9 to 18 kg From 15 to 25 kg From 22 to 36 kg
(groups 0 (b) and 0+) (group 1) (group 2) (group 3)
Up to ≈ 1 year From 1 to ≈ 3 years From 3 to ≈ 6 years From 6 to ≈ 10 years
Saloon and 206 SW
Front passenger
seat (c) U U U U
Fixed seat,
Height adjustable seat

Rear side seat U U U U

Rear centre seat (d) X UF UF UF


Three-point seat belt

Rear centre seat (e) U UF UF UF


Two-point seat belt

206 GTi 180

Front passenger
seat (c)
U U U U

Rear side seat

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(a) Universal child seat: child seat which can be installed in all vehicles using the seat belt.

(b) Group 0: from birth to 10 kg.

(c) Consult the current legislation in your country before installing your child on this seat.

(d) It is not possible to install the "BRITAX Babysure" (L1) child seat on the rear centre seat.

(e) The "RECARO Start" (L4) and "KLIPPAN Optima" (L5) child seats must not be installed on the rear centre seat if it is
fitted with a two-point seat belt.

U: Seat suitable for the installation of a child seat, attached with the seat belt and homologated as "universal".
"Rear facing" and "Forward facing" child seats.

UF: Seat suitable for the installation of a child seat, attached with the seat belt and homologated as "universal".
"Forward facing" child seats only.

X: Seat not suitable for the installation of a child seat from the group of weights indicated.

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"ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS These are two rings located between


the seat back and the seat cushion.
These seats* are fitted with ISOFIX The ISOFIX child seats are fitted
mountings. with two locks which are secured
easily on these rings.

Saloon 206 GTi 180

This ISOFIX mounting system


guarantees reliable, safe and fast
fitting of the child seat in your
vehicle.

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

ISOFIX KIDDY ISOFIX RÖMER Duo

Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg

Installed in the forwards facing Installed in the forwards facing position


Installed in the rear facing position. position. only.

Secured without the top strap.


Three child seat body angles: sitting,
The body of the child seat must be in It is essential that the vehicle’s front reclining and lying positions.
contact with the back of the vehicle’s seat is adjusted to the intermediate
front seat. longitudinal position. Adjust the vehicle’s front seat so that
the child’s feet do not touch the seat
back.

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

On the 206 GTi 180, the Isofix KIDDY child seat must be used in the upright position only. Consult the child seat installation
guide for this setting.
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ADVICE ON CHILD
SEATS

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

* According to version.
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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 "Rearwards-facing" "Forwards-facing"
depends 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 child would risk being seriously with the seat back upright and leave
with Directive 2000/3, all children injured or killed if the air bag were the passenger air bag armed**.
under the age of 12 must travel to inflate.
in 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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"ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS These are two rings located between


the seat back and the seat cushion.
These seats* are fitted with ISOFIX The ISOFIX child seats are fitted
mountings. with two locks which are secured
easily on these rings.

Saloon 206 GTi 180

This ISOFIX mounting system


guarantees reliable, safe and fast
fitting of the child seat in your
vehicle.

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

ISOFIX KIDDY ISOFIX RÖMER Duo

Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg Group 1: from 9 to 18 kg

Installed in the forwards facing Installed in the forwards facing position


Installed in the rear facing position. position. only.

Secured without the top strap.


Three child seat body angles: sitting,
The body of the child seat must be in It is essential that the vehicle’s front reclining and lying positions.
contact with the back of the vehicle’s seat is adjusted to the intermediate
front seat. longitudinal position. Adjust the vehicle’s front seat so that
the child’s feet do not touch the seat
back.

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

On the 206 GTi 180, the Isofix KIDDY child seat must be used in the upright position only. Consult the child seat installation
guide for this setting.
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Locking Locating your vehicle


Press button A to lock the vehicle. To locate your vehicle, if you have
This is confirmed by fixed lighting locked it, in a car park:
of the direction indicators for F press button A, the courtesy
approximately two seconds. lights come on and the direction
indicators flash for a few
seconds.
Unlocking
Press button B to unlock the vehicle.
This is confirmed by the rapid
flashing of the direction indicators.
Changing the battery of the
Special feature on 206 SW: Press remote control
and hold button B to unlock the
vehicle and open the rear screen. Warning that the battery is flat is given
THE KEYS If the vehicle is locked and the by an audible signal accompanied
unlocking control is pressed without by the message "Remote control
The keys allow you to switch on the battery low" on the multifunction
ignition, operate the steering lock, the doors being opened within
30 seconds, the vehicle will re-lock display.
the passenger air bag disarming
switch, the fuel filler cap and the boot automatically. To replace the battery, remove the
(saloon), as well as independently screw then unclip the casing using
operate the locks on the front doors. a coin at the ring (CR 2016/3 volt
Avoid pressing the buttons of your battery).
remote control out of range of your
vehicle. You risk causing it not to If the remote control does not work
work and the remote control would after the battery has been changed,
Central locking and unlocking reprogram the remote control.
then have to be reprogrammed (see
The keys allow you to lock or unlock corresponding section).
the doors and tailgate, from the front
doors. Programming the remote
If one of the doors, the tailgate or the control
rear screen (206 SW) is open, the
central locking does not work. F Switch off the ignition.
F Switch the ignition on again.
Key in ignition F Press button A immediately for a
few seconds.
A buzzer sounds on opening the
driver's door, if the key has been left F Switch off the ignition and remove
The remote control the remote control key from the
in the ignition.
This performs the same functions as ignition lock. The remote control
the key, at a distance. is now working again.

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ELECTRONIC ENGINE If the system does not function


IMMOBILISER correctly, the central locking button
indicator light, situated in the centre
This locks the engine control system of the fascia, flashes rapidly when
as soon as the ignition has been the ignition is switched on (2nd
switched off and therefore prevents notch).
starting of the vehicle by anyone who
does not have the key. In this case your vehicle will not
start.
The ignition key has an electronic
chip which has a special code. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
When the ignition is switched on, the as possible.
code must be recognised for starting
to be possible.

CONFIDENTIAL CARD Make a careful note of the Do not repeatedly press the buttons
number of each key. This of your remote control out of range
This is given to you on delivery of number is coded on the of your vehicle.
your vehicle with the duplicate keys. label attached to the key. You run the risk of stopping it from
It contains the identification code If the keys are lost, your PEUGEOT working and the remote control
necessary for any work carried out by dealer can rapidly supply you with would have to be reprogrammed.
a PEUGEOT dealer on the electronic new keys. When purchasing a second-hand
immobiliser system. This code is The high frequency remote control vehicle:
hidden by a film, which should be is a sensitive system; do not
removed only if necessary. - ensure that you are given the
operate it while it is in your pocket confidential card;
Keep your card in a safe place, as there is a possibility that it may
never inside the vehicle. - have the key codes memorised
unlock the vehicle, without you by a PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure
When undertaking a long trip or being aware of it. that the keys in your possession
journey, however, it is advisable The remote control does not operate are the only ones which can start
to take it with you along with your when the key is in the ignition, even the vehicle.
personal papers. when the ignition is switched off,
except for reprogramming.
Do not make any modifications to
Driving with the doors locked may the electronic engine immobiliser
make access to the passenger system.
compartment by the emergency
services more difficult in an
emergency.
As a safety precaution (with children
on board), remove the key from the
ignition when you leave the vehicle,
even for a short time.

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ELECTRONIC ENGINE If the system does not function


IMMOBILISER correctly, the central locking button
indicator light, situated in the centre
This locks the engine control system of the fascia, flashes rapidly when
as soon as the ignition has been the ignition is switched on (2nd
switched off and therefore prevents notch).
starting of the vehicle by anyone who
does not have the key. In this case your vehicle will not
start.
The ignition key has an electronic
chip which has a special code. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon
When the ignition is switched on, the as possible.
code must be recognised for starting
to be possible.

CONFIDENTIAL CARD Make a careful note of the Do not repeatedly press the buttons
number of each key. This of your remote control out of range
This is given to you on delivery of number is coded on the of your vehicle.
your vehicle with the duplicate keys. label attached to the key. You run the risk of stopping it from
It contains the identification code If the keys are lost, your PEUGEOT working and the remote control
necessary for any work carried out by dealer can rapidly supply you with would have to be reprogrammed.
a PEUGEOT dealer on the electronic new keys. When purchasing a second-hand
immobiliser system. This code is The high frequency remote control vehicle:
hidden by a film, which should be is a sensitive system; do not
removed only if necessary. - ensure that you are given the
operate it while it is in your pocket confidential card;
Keep your card in a safe place, as there is a possibility that it may
never inside the vehicle. - have the key codes memorised
unlock the vehicle, without you by a PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure
When undertaking a long trip or being aware of it. that the keys in your possession
journey, however, it is advisable The remote control does not operate are the only ones which can start
to take it with you along with your when the key is in the ignition, even the vehicle.
personal papers. when the ignition is switched off,
except for reprogramming.
Do not make any modifications to
Driving with the doors locked may the electronic engine immobiliser
make access to the passenger system.
compartment by the emergency
services more difficult in an
emergency.
As a safety precaution (with children
on board), remove the key from the
ignition when you leave the vehicle,
even for a short time.

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DOORS Unlocking from inside


To unlock, pull button A or operate
the handle.

"Door open" warning


With the engine running, you are
warned if a door is not shut properly
by an audible signal and a message
Opening the doors from inside* or graphic on the multifunction
display, indicating the door in
Locking from inside question.
When the vehicle is moving, if the
courtesy light button is in the "lighting
Front doors Without central locking on opening a door" position, the
To lock, press button A. The button courtesy light flashes.
locks the door in question.
The button on the driver's door locks
the door, the tailgate and the rear
screen (206 SW).

With central locking


To lock, press button A.
Locking one of the front doors locks
the front and rear doors, the tailgate
and the rear screen (206 SW).
On the rear doors, the button only
Rear doors (206 SW) locks the door in question.

Opening the doors from outside

* According to version.
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To switch on
Press and hold button A.
Activation of the function is
accompanied by an audible signal
and a message on the multifunction
display.
The message is displayed each time
the vehicle is started.

To switch off
Locking/Unlocking from the Press and hold button A. CHILD SAFETY LOCK
inside*
Pressing button A permits locking/ On each rear door this prevents
unlocking of the doors. Notes: if one of the doors is open, opening of the door from the inside.
locking from the inside and automatic Turn switch 1 a quarter turn using the
central locking are not possible. ignition key.
If the boot is open, automatic central
locking of the doors is active.
Automatic central locking of the
doors
The doors can lock automatically
when you are driving (at a speed of
more than 6 mph (10 km/h)).
Above 6 mph (10 km/h), press
button A briefly to unlock the doors
temporarily.
You can activate or deactivate this
function.

* According to specification.
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LOCKING/UNLOCKING OF LOCKING/UNLOCKING OF
THE TAILGATE (saloon) THE TAILGATE AND REAR
SCREEN (206 SW)
Without central locking:
To lock, turn the key from A to C. It is not possible to open the
tailgate and the rear screen
To open, turn the key from A to B, simultaneously.
press the handle then lift the tailgate.
Without central locking With central locking
The tailgate and rear screen are Locking or unlocking of the tailgate is
locked or unlocked via the driver's simultaneous with the doors.
door lock. With the rear screen closed, to open
With central locking: With the rear screen closed, to open the tailgate, operate the handle A
Locking and unlocking of the tailgate the tailgate, operate the handle A and lift the tailgate.
is simultaneous with the doors. and lift the tailgate. With the tailgate closed, to open
With the tailgate closed, to open the the rear screen, press and hold the
The lighting is activated on opening rear screen, operate the handle B, remote control unlocking button or
the tailgate. then lift the rear screen using the operate the handle B, then lift the
windcsreen wiper arm (location C). rear screen using the windscreen
wiper arm (location C).

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The lighting is activated on


opening the tailgate or the rear
screen.

Notes: the tailgate and the rear


screen lock automatically while driving
(above 6 mph (10 km/h)) and unlock
when one of the doors is opened.
When the rear windscreen wiper is
in a wiping position, the rear screen
can only be opened at the end of the
cycle.
Close the rear screen using the
windscreen wiper arm or by pressing
the centre of the glass.
TAILGATE RELEASE (saloon) SUNROOF (saloon)

"Tailgate/rear screen open" This enables the tailgate to be


unlocked in the event of a central To open
warning Press part B of the switch. The roof
locking fault:
With the engine running, if the - Fold back the rear seats to gain will open in the intermediate (comfort)
tailgate or the rear screen is not access to the boot from inside the position.
properly closed, you are warned by vehicle, To open the roof completely, press
an audible signal and a message or a part B again.
diagram on the multifunction display. - Pull the tailgate trim to release it,
- Pull the opening catch 1 upwards.
To close
While driving, if the tailgate Press part A of the switch, the roof
or the rear screen is not will close in the intermediate (comfort)
properly closed, the courtesy position.
light flashes if the button is in To close the roof completely, press
this position. part A again.

Panoramic sunroof screen


To move it to your chosen position,
press part A or B of the switch.

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The lighting is activated on


opening the tailgate or the rear
screen.

Notes: the tailgate and the rear


screen lock automatically while driving
(above 6 mph (10 km/h)) and unlock
when one of the doors is opened.
When the rear windscreen wiper is
in a wiping position, the rear screen
can only be opened at the end of the
cycle.
Close the rear screen using the
windscreen wiper arm or by pressing
the centre of the glass.
TAILGATE RELEASE (saloon) SUNROOF (saloon)

"Tailgate/rear screen open" This enables the tailgate to be


unlocked in the event of a central To open
warning Press part B of the switch. The roof
locking fault:
With the engine running, if the - Fold back the rear seats to gain will open in the intermediate (comfort)
tailgate or the rear screen is not access to the boot from inside the position.
properly closed, you are warned by vehicle, To open the roof completely, press
an audible signal and a message or a part B again.
diagram on the multifunction display. - Pull the tailgate trim to release it,
- Pull the opening catch 1 upwards.
To close
While driving, if the tailgate Press part A of the switch, the roof
or the rear screen is not will close in the intermediate (comfort)
properly closed, the courtesy position.
light flashes if the button is in To close the roof completely, press
this position. part A again.

Panoramic sunroof screen


To move it to your chosen position,
press part A or B of the switch.

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Always remove the key


from the ignition when
leaving the vehicle, even
for a short time.
If an obstacle is detected when
operating the roof, you must
reverse the movement of the
roof. To do this, press the control
concerned.
When the driver operates the roof
control, he must ensure that no
one is preventing correct closing
of the roof.
The driver must ensure that
passengers use the sunroof
correctly. OPENING THE BONNET BONNET STRUT
Be aware of children when
operating the roof. Inside the vehicle: pull the handle on Secure the strut to hold the bonnet
the left-hand side, under the fascia. open.
Outside the vehicle: lift the catch Before closing the bonnet, replace
and raise the bonnet. the strut in its housing.
FILLING THE FUEL TANK
The tank must be filled with fuel with
the engine switched off.
Insert the key then turn it to the left. To close
Remove the cap. Lower the bonnet and release it at
the end of its travel. Check that the
A label indicates which type of fuel bonnet is locked.
to use.
If you fill your tank, do not continue
after the third cut-off of the pump
nozzle. This could result in vehicle
malfunctions.
The capacity of the tank is ap-
proximately 50 litres.

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Always remove the key


from the ignition when
leaving the vehicle, even
for a short time.
If an obstacle is detected when
operating the roof, you must
reverse the movement of the
roof. To do this, press the control
concerned.
When the driver operates the roof
control, he must ensure that no
one is preventing correct closing
of the roof.
The driver must ensure that
passengers use the sunroof
correctly. OPENING THE BONNET BONNET STRUT
Be aware of children when
operating the roof. Inside the vehicle: pull the handle on Secure the strut to hold the bonnet
the left-hand side, under the fascia. open.
Outside the vehicle: lift the catch Before closing the bonnet, replace
and raise the bonnet. the strut in its housing.
FILLING THE FUEL TANK
The tank must be filled with fuel with
the engine switched off.
Insert the key then turn it to the left. To close
Remove the cap. Lower the bonnet and release it at
the end of its travel. Check that the
A label indicates which type of fuel bonnet is locked.
to use.
If you fill your tank, do not continue
after the third cut-off of the pump
nozzle. This could result in vehicle
malfunctions.
The capacity of the tank is ap-
proximately 50 litres.

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Dipped/Main beam change Vehicles fitted with front fog lamps


Pull the stalk towards you. and a rear fog lamp (ring C)
Note: with the ignition off and the
automatic lighting function switched
off, when the driver's door is opened, Front fog lamps (first rotation
a buzzer sounds if you have left your of the ring forwards)
lights on.
The front fog lamps operate with
the side lights and the dipped
Front fog lamps and rear fog headlamps.
lamp When the main beam headlamps
are switched on, the front fog lamps
Rotate the ring forwards to switch are switched off. They are switched
on and backwards to switch off. The on again when the main beam
THE LIGHTS STALK status is confirmed by the indicator headlamps are switched off.
light on the instrument panel.
Front and rear lights
Selection is by turning ring A. Front and rear fog
lamps (2nd rotation of
Vehicles fitted with a rear fog lamp the ring forwards).
(ring B)
Note: to switch off the rear fog lamp
Lights off Rear fog lamp and the front fog lamps, turn the ring
backwards twice in succession.

This only operates with the dipped/ Note: when the lights are switched
Side lights off automatically or when the dipped
main beam headlamps.
Note: when the lights are switched headlamps are switched off manually,
off automatically, the rear fog lamp the front fog lamps, the rear fog lamp
and the dipped headlamps remain and the side lights remain on (turn
Dipped/Main beam the ring backwards to switch off the
headlamps on (turn the ring backwards to switch
off the rear fog lamp. The dipped front fog lamps. The side lights then
headlamps and side lights then switch off).
switch off).
Automatic switching
on of lights

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"Follow me home" lighting AUTOMATIC SWITCHING ON Operating check


When you leave your vehicle, the OF LIGHTS
Activation
side lights and dipped headlamps
can be left on for approximately The side lights and dipped beam The activated function is accompa-
30 seconds. headlamps switch on automatically nied by an audible signal and a mes-
if the light is poor and when sage on the multifunction display.
To do this: the windscreen wipers operate
- place the key in the STOP continuously and switch off when the
position, light becomes bright enough or the
- place the lights stalk in the 0 windscreen wipers are switched off.
position, In foggy weather or in snow, the Disarming
- flash the headlamps, brightness sensor can detect The disarmed function is accompa-
- get out of the vehicle and lock it. sufficient light, the lights will not nied by an audible signal.
come on automatically.
When the driver uses the manual
This function is active when the lighting controls, the function is
vehicle is supplied to the customer. temporarily disarmed.
To disarm or activate the function: If the brightness sensor does not
- Place the key in the accessories function correctly, the lights come
In good or rainy weather, position (1st notch), on accompanied by an audible signal
both day and night, the - Place the lights stalk in the AUTO/0 and a message on the multifunction
front fog lamps and the position, display.
rear fog lamp are dazzling - Press the end of the lights stalk for
and are prohibited. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
more than four seconds.
Do not forget to switch them off
when they are no longer needed.
Do not cover the brightness
sensor, coupled with the rain
sensor, located in the centre of the
windscreen, behind the interior
mirror. It is used for automatic
switching on of the lights.
Direction indicators (flashers)

Left: downwards.
Right: upwards.

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"Follow me home" lighting AUTOMATIC SWITCHING ON Operating check


When you leave your vehicle, the OF LIGHTS
Activation
side lights and dipped headlamps
can be left on for approximately The side lights and dipped beam The activated function is accompa-
30 seconds. headlamps switch on automatically nied by an audible signal and a mes-
if the light is poor and when sage on the multifunction display.
To do this: the windscreen wipers operate
- place the key in the STOP continuously and switch off when the
position, light becomes bright enough or the
- place the lights stalk in the 0 windscreen wipers are switched off.
position, In foggy weather or in snow, the Disarming
- flash the headlamps, brightness sensor can detect The disarmed function is accompa-
- get out of the vehicle and lock it. sufficient light, the lights will not nied by an audible signal.
come on automatically.
When the driver uses the manual
This function is active when the lighting controls, the function is
vehicle is supplied to the customer. temporarily disarmed.
To disarm or activate the function: If the brightness sensor does not
- Place the key in the accessories function correctly, the lights come
In good or rainy weather, position (1st notch), on accompanied by an audible signal
both day and night, the - Place the lights stalk in the AUTO/0 and a message on the multifunction
front fog lamps and the position, display.
rear fog lamp are dazzling - Press the end of the lights stalk for
and are prohibited. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
more than four seconds.
Do not forget to switch them off
when they are no longer needed.
Do not cover the brightness
sensor, coupled with the rain
sensor, located in the centre of the
windscreen, behind the interior
mirror. It is used for automatic
switching on of the lights.
Direction indicators (flashers)

Left: downwards.
Right: upwards.

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The command must be reactivated


whenever the ignition has been
switched off for more than one
minute:
- move the stalk to any position,
- then move it back to the required
position.

Windscreen and headlamp


WINDSCREEN WIPER STALK wash
Pull the windscreen wiper stalk
Front windscreen wiper with Front windscreen wiper with towards you.
intermittent wipe automatic wipe
The windscreen wash then the wind-
2 Fast wipe (heavy rain). 2 Fast wipe (heavy rain). screen wipers operate for a fixed
1 Normal wipe 1 Normal wipe period.
(moderate rain). (moderate rain). The headlamp wash is also activated,
l Intermittent wipe. AUTO Automatic wipe. if the headlamps are on.
0 Off. 0 Off.
â Single wipe â Single wipe
(press downwards). (press downwards).

In the Intermittent position, the In the AUTO position, the wiping


wiping speed is in proportion to the speed is in proportion to the intensity
vehicle speed. of the rainfall.

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Automatic windscreen wipers Rear screen wiper


Do not cover the rain
In the AUTO position, the windscreen sensor located on the
wipers operate automatically and windscreen behind the Turn ring A to the first notch
adapt their speed to the intensity interior mirror. for intermittent wiping.
of the rainfall. If the ignition is switched
When using an automatic car
wash, switch off the ignition or off, it is necessary to
check that the wiper stalk is not in reactivate the control each time.
the AUTO position. To do this, move the stalk to any
position, then move it back to the
In winter, it is advisable to wait required position.
for the windscreen to completely
Operating check clear of ice before operating the
automatic wipe.
Activation Automatic rear screen wiper
Activation of the function is accom- When the windscreen wipers control
panied by a message on the multi- is activated and you engage reverse
function display. gear, the rear screen wiper operates
intermittently.
In the event of malfunction, the Note: if you use a bicycle carrier,
driver is informed by an audible consult a PEUGEOT dealer to have
signal. this function deactivated or install a
specific bicycle carrier approved by
In the AUTO position, the windscreen PEUGEOT.
wiper will operate in intermittent
mode.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have
the system checked.
Rear screen wash
Turn ring A past the first
notch; the screen wash then
the wiper operate for a fixed
period.

206 SW: the rear screen wiper and


rear screen wash functions are
disarmed automatically when the
rear screen is open.

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TRIP COMPUTER Display B Monochrome screen CT

- the range - the "vehicle" tab with:


- the distance travelled • range, current consumption and
- the average consumption the distance still to be driven,
Pressing the button on the end of - the current consumption - tab "1" (route "1") with:
the wash/wipe stalk enables the - the average speed • the distance driven, the average
following data to be displayed: consumption and the average
speed calculated over route
"1"
- tab "2" (route "2") with the same
features.
Zero reset
Press the stalk for more than two It also permits access to the warning
seconds. log information.

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

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Range Distance travelled


This shows the distance that can still This indicates the distance travelled
be covered with the fuel remaining in since the computer was last set to
the tank. zero.
Note: this figure may increase
if there is a change in the style
of driving or the road surface, The routes
producing a significant drop in Distance remaining to be The routes "1" and ''2'' are independ-
current consumption. travelled ent but have identical application.
When the range is less than 20 miles This is the distance remaining to Route "1" for example allows you
(30 km), three segments are the destination. It can either be to make daily calculations and route
displayed. After filling with fuel, the calculated by the navigation if "2" monthly calculations.
range is displayed when it exceeds guidance is activated, or entered by
62 miles (100 km). the user, minus the distance covered
If horizontal segments are displayed since the distance was entered.
for long periods instead of digits, Note: if digits are missing, dashes
contact a PEUGEOT dealer. are displayed in their place.

Average speed
This is the average speed calculated
since the computer was last set to
Current consumption zero (with the ignition on).
This is the average quantity of
fuel consumed during the last few
seconds.
This function is displayed only when
The warning log
the vehicle is travelling at a speed This summarises the active warning
greater than 20 mph (30 km/h). messages by displaying them on the
multifunction display.
Average consumption
This is the average fuel consumption
since the computer was last set to
zero.

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TRIP COMPUTER Display B Monochrome screen CT

- the range - the "vehicle" tab with:


- the distance travelled • range, current consumption and
- the average consumption the distance still to be driven,
Pressing the button on the end of - the current consumption - tab "1" (route "1") with:
the wash/wipe stalk enables the - the average speed • the distance driven, the average
following data to be displayed: consumption and the average
speed calculated over route
"1"
- tab "2" (route "2") with the same
features.
Zero reset
Press the stalk for more than two It also permits access to the warning
seconds. log information.

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

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Range Distance travelled


This shows the distance that can still This indicates the distance travelled
be covered with the fuel remaining in since the computer was last set to
the tank. zero.
Note: this figure may increase
if there is a change in the style
of driving or the road surface, The routes
producing a significant drop in Distance remaining to be The routes "1" and ''2'' are independ-
current consumption. travelled ent but have identical application.
When the range is less than 20 miles This is the distance remaining to Route "1" for example allows you
(30 km), three segments are the destination. It can either be to make daily calculations and route
displayed. After filling with fuel, the calculated by the navigation if "2" monthly calculations.
range is displayed when it exceeds guidance is activated, or entered by
62 miles (100 km). the user, minus the distance covered
If horizontal segments are displayed since the distance was entered.
for long periods instead of digits, Note: if digits are missing, dashes
contact a PEUGEOT dealer. are displayed in their place.

Average speed
This is the average speed calculated
since the computer was last set to
Current consumption zero (with the ignition on).
This is the average quantity of
fuel consumed during the last few
seconds.
This function is displayed only when
The warning log
the vehicle is travelling at a speed This summarises the active warning
greater than 20 mph (30 km/h). messages by displaying them on the
multifunction display.
Average consumption
This is the average fuel consumption
since the computer was last set to
zero.

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Specific features of the Trip computer configuration


monochrome screen CT This function allows the distance to
the destination to be input (when
General menu guidance is not activated; otherwise
Press the "MENU" button to access this information is given by the
the general menu. navigation system) and also changing
of the units of measurement (°C or
Select the icon ''Trip computer'' °F, km/l or l/100 or mpg).
using the dial, then validate to access
the ''Trip computer'' menu.
The ''Trip computer'' menu offers
various choices:
- Trip computer configuration,
- Warning log.
Distance to destination
When guidance is not activated, this
enables an approximate value to be
entered to make all the trip computer
calculations possible.
"Trip computer" context menu
The context menu associated with
the "Trip computer" application
appears as a superimposed display
when the trip computer is the
application currently being used in
the main screen window.
Briefly press the continuous
application "Trip computer" button to
select one of the following functions:
- Warning log,
- Distance to destination.

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2. Passenger's electric window


switch. Always remove the key
from the ignition when
3. Rear left electric window leaving the vehicle, even
switch. for a short time.
4. Rear right electric window If an obstacle is detected when
switch. operating the electric windows,
you must reverse the movement
of the window. To do this, press
the control concerned.
Temporary disarming of the When the driver operates the pas-
rear windows (child safety) senger electric window controls,
he must ensure that no one is
preventing correct closing of the
windows.
The driver must ensure that pas-
sengers use the electric windows
ELECTRIC WINDOWS correctly.
1. Driver's electric window Be aware of children when operat-
switch ing the windows.

- Manual operation:
Press or pull switch 1 gently. The
window stops as soon as the switch
is released.
- Automatic operation:
Press or pull switch 1 firmly. One
touch completely opens or closes
the window.
REAR QUARTER LIGHTS
This switch enables the rear windows (3 DOOR)
Automatic closing only operates to be locked whatever their position.
when the engine is running and only A 1st press activates the control (the To partially open the rear windows,
on the driver's electric window. indicator light on the button comes tilt lever then push the window.
on) and a 2nd press deactivates it
(the indicator light on the button goes
out).

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Manual interior mirror Manual exterior mirrors ELECTRIC EXTERIOR


The interior mirror has two positions: Move the lever in all four directions MIRRORS
to adjust.
- day (normal), Turn knob 1 to the right or to the left
- night (anti-dazzle). When the vehicle is parked, the to select the corresponding mirror.
To change from one to the other, exterior mirrors can be folded back
manually. Move knob 1 in all four directions to
push or pull the lever on the lower adjust.
edge of the mirror.

Fold-back electric mirrors


With the ignition on, turn knob 1 to
position A.

The exterior mirror on the This must be taken into account


driver's side is convex in to judge correctly the distance of
order to eliminate the "blind vehicles approaching from behind.
spot".
Furthermore, objects observed
in the driver's and passenger's
mirrors are in reality closer than
they appear.

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HEADLAMP ADJUSTMENT STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT HORN


ADJUSTMENT
Depending on the load in your When stationary, lower the handle to Press one of the spokes of
vehicle, it is recommended that the unlock the steering wheel. the steering wheel.
headlamp beam is adjusted.
Adjust to the desired height and
0 - 1 or 2 people in the front seats. lift the handle to lock the steering
- - 3 people. wheel.
1 - 5 people.
2 - 5 people + maximum authorised
load.
3 - Driver + maximum authorised
load.

Initial setting is position 0.

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Map-reading light (button B)


With the key in the accessories or
ignition on position, turn button B to
the left or to the right.

COURTESY LIGHTS AREAS FOR TOLL CARDS/


CAR PARK TICKETS
Front courtesy light (button A) Rear courtesy light (206 SW) The athermic windscreen has two
In this position, it comes on In this position, it comes on non-reflective zones located either
for about 30 seconds: for about 30 seconds: side of the base of the interior
mirror.
They are intended for affixing toll
- on unlocking the vehicle, - on unlocking the vehicle, cards and/or car park tickets.
- when opening a door, - when opening a door, the tailgate
- when opening the tailgate and the and the rear screen,
rear screen (206 SW), - on switching off the ignition.
- on switching off the ignition. It switches off on locking the vehicle.
It switches off on locking the vehicle. It flashes while driving if a door or the SUN VISOR
The courtesy light flashes while boot is not closed correctly.
driving if a door or the boot is not The sun visors are fitted with a vanity
closed correctly. mirror, with a concealing flap on the
driver's side.

Permanently off. Permanently off.

Permanently on when the key Permanently on when the key


is in the accessories position is in the accessories position
or with the ignition on. or with the ignition on.
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FRONT ASHTRAY GLOVE BOX


To empty, close the cover. To open the glove box, lift the handle.
Pull the lug and release the ashtray The light comes on when the cover
upwards. is opened.
1. Handbook pack storage.
2. Can holder.
3. Pen holder.
4. Spectacles storage.
LIGHTER 5. Map storage.
6. Coin storage.
Press and wait a few moments until it
springs out automatically.
It is supplied with power with the
ignition key in the accessories
position (1st notch).

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BOOT LAYOUT (saloon)

Rear parcel shelf There are several options for storing


To remove the shelf: the shelf:
- unhook the two strings 1, - either behind the front seats,
- slightly raise the shelf, then remove - or behind the rear seat using the
it. luggage retaining net,
- or flat in the boot. Luggage retaining net
Use the stowing rings on the boot
floor and on the back of the rear
seat* to hook on your luggage
retaining net.

* According to version.
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Retaining strap
A strap secured to the side of the
boot enables you to secure various
objects (cans, first aid kit, etc.).

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BOOT LAYOUT (206 SW)


1. Grab handles and coat hooks 5. 12V Socket for accessories 9. Stowing rings
This is a 12 volt socket (lighter type) Stowing rings are provided for
2. Coat hooks installed on the the rear left trim securing the luggage retaining net:
and supplied from the accessories they are located on the rear seat
There are six hooks to accommodate position (1st notch). back and on the boot floor (two of
coats. which are under the carpet, at the far
end of the boot).
6. Storage nets
3. High load retaining net
fastenings There are two nets (which cannot
be removed), which can contain the
The high load retaining net can be luggage retaining net, a first aid kit,
installed behind the front seats or etc.
behind the rear seat.
Open the covers of the corresponding
upper fastenings. 7. Retaining straps
Install one end of the metal bar in There are two straps for securing
one of the two fastenings, compress various objects: cans, etc.
the bar, then install the other end and
release. 8. Load space cover
Secure the two net strap hooks Note: release the rear seat back to
behind the front seats, with the rear make installation and removal of the
seat folded down, or in the stowing Warning triangle
load space cover easier.
rings on the floor. The tailgate has a location intended
To install it: for a warning triangle.
The rings are located directly below
the corresponding upper fastenings. - position one end of the roller in one
of the two supports,
Pull the two straps taut. - compress the opposite end of the
roller and position it,
4. Hooks - release it to allow it to engage,
There are two side hooks on which to - unroll the cover as far as the boot
hang light bags. pillars,
- insert the cover guides in the rails
in the pillars.
To remove it:
- remove the cover guides from the
pillar rails,
- return the cover into its roller,
compress it and remove it from its
support.
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BOOT LAYOUT (206 GTi 180)


1. Insulated storage box
containing a puncture repair
kit, the jack and the folding
chock

2. Grab handles with coat hook

3. Removable rear shelf

4. Stowing rings
Stowing rings are provided onto
which the luggage retaining net may
be hooked: they are located on the
back of the rear seats and on the
boot rear inner panel (on the right
and on the left).

5. Luggage retaining net storage


(example of location)

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"PORSCHE TIPTRONIC Gear selection gate Moving Off


system" AUTOMATIC F Move the lever in the gate to With the engine running, to move off
GEARBOX select a position. from position P:
The four speed automatic gearbox The indicator light corresponding F it is essential to press the brake
offers a choice between the comfort to the position selected appears pedal to exit position P,
of integral automatic operation, on the instrument panel screen. F select position R, D or M, then
enhanced by a sport and a Park: to immobilise the vehicle gradually release the pressure
snow program, or manual gear and to start the engine, with the on the brake pedal; the vehicle
changing. handbrake on or off. moves off immediately.
You can also move off from position N:
Reverse: to reverse (select this
position with the vehicle stationary, F release the handbrake, with your
engine at idle). foot on the brake,
F select position R, D or M, then
Neutral: to start the engine and to gradually release the pressure
park, with the handbrake on. on the brake pedal; the vehicle
If position N is inadvertently engaged moves off immediately.
while driving, allow the engine
to return to idle before engaging
position D to accelerate.
Drive: for driving in automatic
mode.
WARNING
Manual: for selection of gears. When the engine is at idle, brakes
S: sport program. not applied, if position R, D or M
is selected, the vehicle moves
T: snow program. even without the accelerator being
pressed.
For this reason, do not leave
children unsupervised inside the
vehicle, with the engine running.
When maintenance operations need
Starting the engine to be carried out with the engine
F with the handbrake on, select running, apply the handbrake and
position P or N in the gate, select position P.
F turn the ignition key to the Start
position.

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Automatic operation If you take your foot off the Manual operation
accelerator suddenly, the gearbox
Automatic changing of the four will not change to a higher gear for Manual changing of the four gears:
gears: reasons of safety. F select position M in the gate,
F select position D in the gate. F push the lever to the + sign to
The gearbox always selects the change to a higher gear,
Sport and snow programs
most suitable gear according to the F pull the lever to the - sign to
following parameters: In addition to the auto-adaptive change to a lower gear.
- the road profile, program, there are two special
programs. You can change from position D
- the vehicle load. (driving in automatic mode) to
The gearbox is then operating in The program is displayed on the position M (driving in manual mode)
auto-adaptive mode, without any instrument panel screen. at any time.
action on your part.
Sport program
F Press button S once the engine
has been started.
WARNING
The gearbox automatically favours
Never select position N when the sporty driving and more dynamic
vehicle is moving. Notes
acceleration.
Never select positions P or R unless It is only possible to change from
the vehicle is stationary. Snow program one gear to another if the vehicle
Never change between positions This program improves starting and speed and engine speed permit. If
to optimise braking on a slippery drive when traction is poor. they do not, the vehicle will operate
surface. temporarily in automatic mode.
F Press button T once the engine
has been started. When the vehicle is stationary or
moving very slowly, the gearbox
The gearbox adapts to driving on automatically selects gear M1.
slippery roads.
Notes Programs S (sport) and T (snow) do
For immediate maximum acceleration not operate in manual mode.
without touching the gear lever, press Note: you can return to the auto-
the accelerator pedal down as far as adaptive program at any time.
it will go (kick down). The gearbox F Press button S or T again to switch
will automatically change down or off the program you are in.
maintain the gear selected until
maximum engine speed is reached.
When the brake is applied, the
gearbox will automatically change
down in order to provide efficient
engine braking.

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Operating abnormality Illumination of this warning


light and of the STOP
Any operating abnormality is warning light, accompanied
indicated by an audible signal, by an audible signal (while
accompanied by the message the vehicle is being driven)
"Automatic gear fault" on the multi- and the message "handbrake on"
function display, by a "-" and flashing on the multifunction display, indicates
of the Sport and Snow warning lights that the handbrake is still on or has
on the instrument panel display. not been properly released.
In this situation the gearbox operates
in downgrade mode (locked in 3rd
gear). You may feel a substantial
knock when changing from P to R
and from N to R (this will not cause
any damage to the gearbox).
Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h),
respecting local speed limits.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon HANDBRAKE
as possible.
Applying
Pull the handbrake to immobilise
your vehicle.

Releasing
Pull on the handle and press the
button to release the handbrake.

If the battery is flat and the When parking on a slope,


lever is in position P, it will direct your wheels towards
be impossible to change the pavement and pull the
to another position. handbrake.
In particular, do not force the lever The handbrake must not be used
or there is a risk the gearbox may to stop or brake while the vehicle
be damaged. is moving.

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Operating abnormality Illumination of this warning


light and of the STOP
Any operating abnormality is warning light, accompanied
indicated by an audible signal, by an audible signal (while
accompanied by the message the vehicle is being driven)
"Automatic gear fault" on the multi- and the message "handbrake on"
function display, by a "-" and flashing on the multifunction display, indicates
of the Sport and Snow warning lights that the handbrake is still on or has
on the instrument panel display. not been properly released.
In this situation the gearbox operates
in downgrade mode (locked in 3rd
gear). You may feel a substantial
knock when changing from P to R
and from N to R (this will not cause
any damage to the gearbox).
Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h),
respecting local speed limits.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon HANDBRAKE
as possible.
Applying
Pull the handbrake to immobilise
your vehicle.

Releasing
Pull on the handle and press the
button to release the handbrake.

If the battery is flat and the When parking on a slope,


lever is in position P, it will direct your wheels towards
be impossible to change the pavement and pull the
to another position. handbrake.
In particular, do not force the lever The handbrake must not be used
or there is a risk the gearbox may to stop or brake while the vehicle
be damaged. is moving.

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ANTI-LOCK BRAKING When this warning light EMERGENCY BRAKING


SYSTEM (ABS) AND comes on, connected to ASSISTANCE SYSTEM
THE ELECTRONIC BRAKE the STOP warning light,
FORCE DISTRIBUTION accompanied by a buzzer In an emergency, this system ena-
and a message, it indicates that there bles the optimum braking pressure
(EBFD) is a malfunction of the electronic to be reached more quickly, thus re-
The ABS, in conjunction with the brake force distribution, which can ducing the stopping distance.
electronic brake force distribution, cause a loss of control of the vehicle It is triggered by the speed at which
increases the stability and when braking. the brake pedal is activated. The
manoevrability of your vehicle on Stop immediately. effect of this is a reduction in the
braking, in particular on poor or In both cases, consult a Peugeot resistance of the pedal and an
slippery road surfaces. dealer. increase in braking efficiency.
Note: when changing wheels (tyres In the event of emergency braking,
and rims), make sure that these are depending on the force of the
approved. deceleration, the hazard warning
The anti-lock braking system comes lights are switched on automatically.
into operation automatically when They are switched off automatically on
there is a risk of wheel lock. acceleration.

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 by very firmly without releasing the
a buzzer and a message, pressure.
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 the ASR/ESP systems Operating check


AND DYNAMIC STABILITY In exceptional conditions (starting a
CONTROL (ESP) vehicle which is bogged down, stuck When a malfunction of the
in snow, on soft ground), it may be systems occurs, the switch
These systems are linked and advisable to disarm the ASR and light flashes and the warning
complement the ABS. ESP systems, so that the wheels can light comes on.
The ASR system optimises drive move freely and regain grip. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have
to prevent the wheels skidding, by F Press the "ESP OFF" switch, the systems checked.
acting on the brakes of the drive located under the steering wheel
wheels and on the engine. It also to the left.
allows the directional stability of
the vehicle to be improved on
acceleration.
If there is a variation between the
trajectory followed by the vehicle and
that required by the driver, the ESP
system automatically acts on the The ASR/ESP systems
engine and the brake of one or more The switch lights up and
the warning light comes on, offer exceptional safety
wheels, in order to put the vehicle in normal driving, but this
back on course, within the limits of accompanied by a message
on the multifunction display: should not encourage the
the laws of physics. driver to take extra risks or drive at
the ASR and ESP systems are
disarmed. high speed.
The correct functioning of these
systems depends on observation
of the manufacturer's recommen-
dations regarding wheels (tyres
and rims), the braking components
Operation of the ASR and ESP These are triggered again: and the electronic components
systems and the PEUGEOT assembly and
F automatically if the ignition is operation procedures.
The warning light flashes if switched off,
After an impact, have these
the ASR or ESP is activated. F manually by pressing the switch systems checked by a PEUGEOT
again. dealer.

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AIR BAGS
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
analyse any abrupt deceleration of
the vehicle: if the triggering threshold
is reached, the air bags inflate
instantly and protect the occupants
of the vehicle.
Immediately after the impact, the
air bags deflate rapidly, so that they
do not hinder the visibility of the
occupants nor their possible exit FRONT AIR BAGS Disarming the passenger
from the vehicle. air bag*
These are folded in the centre of the
The air bags will not be deployed in steering wheel for the driver and in To ensure the safety of your
collisions which are not serious, for the fascia for the front passenger. child, it is essential to disarm the
which the seat belt is sufficient to They are deployed simultaneously, passenger air bag when you install
provide maximum protection. The except in cases where the air bag is a rear-facing child seat on the
seriousness of the collision depends disarmed. front passenger seat. Otherwise,
on the nature of the obstacle and the the child would risk being killed
speed of the vehicle at the moment or seriously injured if the air bag
of impact. were to inflate.
Air bags only operate when the Front air bag malfunction F With the ignition switched off,
ignition is switched on. insert the key into the passenger
Note: the gas escaping from the air If this warning light comes air bag disarming switch 1, turn
bags can be a minor irritant. on, accompanied by a buzzer it to the "OFF" position, then
and a message on the multi- remove the key keeping the slot
function display, contact a in this position.
PEUGEOT dealer to have the system
checked.
The air bag warning light
on the instrument panel is
lit throughout the period of
disarming.

* According to country.
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In the "OFF" position, the passenger Side air bags* and curtain air
air bag will not be triggered in the bags*
event of an impact.
As soon as the child seat is removed, The side air bags are incorporated
turn the air bag slot to the "ON" into the front seat backs on the door
position to re-activate the air bag side.
and thus ensure the safety of your The curtain air bags are incorporated
passenger in the event of an impact. into the door pillars and the upper
part of the passenger compartment.
They are deployed independently of
each other depending on which side
the collision occurs.

Disarming check Operating check


This is confirmed by an indicator This is confirmed by an indicator light,
light, accompanied by a message on accompanied by an audible signal
the multifunction display. and a message on the multifunction
display.

With the ignition on (2nd If this indicator light comes


notch), illumination of this on, accompanied by an
warning light accompanied audible signal and the
by a message on the multi- message "Air bag fault"
function display, indicates that the on the multifunction display, contact
passenger air bag is disarmed a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
(switch in the "OFF" position). system checked.

If the two air bag warning


lights are lit continuously,
do not install a rear-facing
child seat. Contact a
PEUGEOT dealer.

* According to country.
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132 - Safety

For the front, side* and Front air bags Curtain air bags*
curtain* air bags to be • Do not drive holding the steering • Do not fix or glue anything to
fully effective, observe wheel by its spokes or resting your the pillars or the roof. This could
the following safety hands on the centre part of the cause injury to the head when the
rules: wheel. curtain air bag inflates.
• Passengers must not place their • Do not remove the bolts from the
• Wear a correctly adjusted seat feet on the fascia. grab handles installed on the roof,
belt. • Smoke as little as possible; they play a part in securing the
• Sit in a normal upright position. deployment of the air bags can curtain air bags.
• Do not leave anything between cause burns or the risk of injury
the occupants and the air bags from a cigarette or pipe.
(child, animal, object...). • Never remove or pierce the steering
This could hamper the operation wheel or hit it violently.
of the air bags or injure the
occupants.
• All work on the air bag systems
is strictly prohibited unless it is
carried 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 Side air bags*
checked. • Only put approved covers on
the front seats. Contact your
PEUGEOT dealer.
• Do not fix or glue anything to the
front seat backs. This could cause
injury to the chest or arms when the
side air bag inflates.
• Do not sit with the upper part of the
body any nearer to the door than
necessary.

* According to country.

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In the "OFF" position, the passenger Side air bags* and curtain air
air bag will not be triggered in the bags*
event of an impact.
As soon as the child seat is removed, The side air bags are incorporated
turn the air bag slot to the "ON" into the front seat backs on the door
position to re-activate the air bag side.
and thus ensure the safety of your The curtain air bags are incorporated
passenger in the event of an impact. into the door pillars and the upper
part of the passenger compartment.
They are deployed independently of
each other depending on which side
the collision occurs.

Disarming check Operating check


This is confirmed by an indicator This is confirmed by an indicator light,
light, accompanied by a message on accompanied by an audible signal
the multifunction display. and a message on the multifunction
display.

With the ignition on (2nd If this indicator light comes


notch), illumination of this on, accompanied by an
warning light accompanied audible signal and the
by a message on the multi- message "Air bag fault"
function display, indicates that the on the multifunction display, contact
passenger air bag is disarmed a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
(switch in the "OFF" position). system checked.

If the two air bag warning


lights are lit continuously,
do not install a rear-facing
child seat. Contact a
PEUGEOT dealer.

* According to country.
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132 - Safety

For the front, side* and Front air bags Curtain air bags*
curtain* air bags to be • Do not drive holding the steering • Do not fix or glue anything to
fully effective, observe wheel by its spokes or resting your the pillars or the roof. This could
the following safety hands on the centre part of the cause injury to the head when the
rules: wheel. curtain air bag inflates.
• Passengers must not place their • Do not remove the bolts from the
• Wear a correctly adjusted seat feet on the fascia. grab handles installed on the roof,
belt. • Smoke as little as possible; they play a part in securing the
• Sit in a normal upright position. deployment of the air bags can curtain air bags.
• Do not leave anything between cause burns or the risk of injury
the occupants and the air bags from a cigarette or pipe.
(child, animal, object...). • Never remove or pierce the steering
This could hamper the operation wheel or hit it violently.
of the air bags or injure the
occupants.
• All work on the air bag systems
is strictly prohibited unless it is
carried 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 Side air bags*
checked. • Only put approved covers on
the front seats. Contact your
PEUGEOT dealer.
• Do not fix or glue anything to the
front seat backs. This could cause
injury to the chest or arms when the
side air bag inflates.
• Do not sit with the upper part of the
body any nearer to the door than
necessary.

* According to country.

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To lock the seat belts Rear seat belts


Pull the strap, then insert the end into The rear seats are fitted with:
the buckle. - three three-point inertia reel seat
belts (saloon and 206 SW)
- two three-point inertia reel seat
belts (206 GTi 180).

Front seat belts with pre-


tensioner and force limiter
Safety in the event of front
impacts has been improved by
the introduction of seat belts with
pre-tensioner and force limiter for
the front seats. Depending on the
seriousness of the impact, the pre-
tensioning system instantly tightens
the seat belts and pulls them against
the bodies of the occupants.
The pre-tensioning seat belts are
active when the ignition is on.
The force limiter eases the pressure
of the seat belt on the body of
the occupant in the event of an
accident.
SEAT BELTS

Seat belt height adjustment:


- to lower: pull the control towards
you and slide it downwards,
- to raise: slide the control upwards.

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Wherever you are seated in Clean the seat belt straps with soapy Depending on the nature and
the vehicle, always fasten water or a textile cleaning product, seriousness of the impacts,
your seat belt, even for sold by PEUGEOT dealers. the pre-tensioning device may be
short journeys. After folding or moving a seat or rear triggered before and independently
Do not invert the seat belt buckles bench seat, ensure that the seat belt of the air bags.
as they will not fulfil their role fully. is positioned and rolled up correctly. In all cases, the air bag warning
If the seats have armrests*, the lap Recommendations for child seats: light comes on.
part of the seat belt must always - use a suitable child seat if the Following an impact, have the
pass under the armrest. passenger is less than 12 years old seat belts system checked,
Before and after use, ensure that or shorter than one metre fifty, and if necessary replaced, by a
the seat belt is rolled up correctly. - do not use the strap-guide* when a PEUGEOT dealer.
In order to be effective, a seat belt: child seat is installed.
- must be tightened as close to the
body as possible,
- must restrain one adult only,
- must not bear any trace of cuts or
fraying,
- must not be twisted,
- must not be transformed or
modified.

* According to model.

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1.1 LITRE (60 bhp), 1.4 LITRE


(75 bhp) and 1.4 LITRE 16V
(90 bhp) PETROL ENGINES
1. Power steering reservoir.

2. Windscreen and headlamp*


wash reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir.

4. Brake fluid reservoir.

5. Battery.

6. Air filter.

7. Dipstick.

8. Engine oil reservoir.

* According to country.
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1.6 LITRE 16V (110 bhp)


and 2 LITRE 16V (138 bhp)
PETROL ENGINES
1. Power steering reservoir.

2. Windscreen and headlamp*


wash reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir.

4. Brake fluid reservoir.

5. Battery.

6. Air filter.

7. Dipstick.

8. Engine oil reservoir.

* According to country.
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2 LITRE 16V PETROL ENGINE


(180 bhp)
1. Power steering reservoir.

2. Windscreen and headlamp*


wash reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir.

4. Brake fluid reservoir.

5. Battery.

6. Air filter.

7. Dipstick.

8. Engine oil filler cap.

* According to destination.
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2 LITRE (90 bhp) TURBO


DIESEL HDI ENGINE
1. Power steering reservoir.

2. Windscreen and headlamp*


wash reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir.

4. Brake fluid reservoir.

5. Battery.

6. Air filter.

7. Dipstick.

8. Engine oil reservoir.

* According to destination.
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140 - Checks

1.4 LITRE HDI (70 bhp) and


1.6 LITRE HDI 16V (110 bhp)
TURBO DIESEL ENGINES
1. Power steering reservoir.

2. Windscreen and headlamp*


wash reservoir.

3. Coolant reservoir.

4. Brake fluid reservoir.

5. Battery.

6. Air filter.

7. Dipstick.

8. Engine oil reservoir.

9. Priming pump.

* According to country.
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Checks - 141

CHECKING THE LEVELS Brake fluid level: Used oil


- The brake fluid must be changed Do not dispose of used oil, brake
Oil level according to the manufacturer's fluid or coolant into drains or onto
F Check the level regularly and servicing schedule. the ground.
top up between changes. The - Use fluids recommended by the
maximum consumption is 0.5 l manufacturer, which fulfil DOT4
per 600 miles (1000 km). standards.
Check the level with the vehicle Note: brake fluid is harmful to health
level, engine cold, using the oil level and very corrosive. Avoid all contact Power steering reservoir
gauge on the instrument panel or the with the skin. F Open the reservoir, with the
dipstick. engine at ambient temperature.
The level should always be above
Dipstick Cooling system the MIN. mark and close to the
There are two marks on Use the fluid recommended by the MAX. mark.
the dipstick: manufacturer.
A = maximum When the engine is warm, the
Never fill past this mark. temperature of the coolant is
B = minimum controlled by the engine fan. As this
fan can operate with the ignition key Windscreen and headlamp*
To maintain the reliability wash level
of engines and emission removed and because the cooling
control systems, the use system is pressurised, wait for at For best quality cleaning and for
of additives in engine oil least one hour after the engine has your safety, we would advise that
is prohibited. stopped before carrying out any you use products recommended by
work. PEUGEOT.
Slacken the cap by two turns to
release the pressure to prevent any
Oil change risk of scalding. When the pressure
has dropped, remove the cap and Diesel additive level (Diesel)
According to the information given in top up the level.
the servicing booklet. If a message on the multifunction
Note: the coolant does not need to display indicates a low diesel additive
Note: avoid used oil coming be changed. level accompanied by an audible
into prolonged contact with the For vehicles equipped with a signal, this additive must be topped
skin. Empty the used oil into the particle filter, the engine fan may up. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as
containers intended for this purpose operate after the ignition has soon as possible.
in the PEUGEOT network. been switched off, even when the
Viscosity selection engine is cold.
In all cases, the oil selected must
meet the manufacturer's require-
ments. * According to country.
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CHECKS Handbrake RUNNING OUT OF FUEL


Where the handbrake travel is too (DIESEL)
Battery great or there is a reduction in the If you should run out of fuel, it is
performance of the system, the necessary to re-prime the circuit:
At the start of winter, have your handbrake should be adjusted, even
battery checked by a PEUGEOT between services.
dealer.
Have the system checked by a
PEUGEOT dealer. 1.4 litre HDI engine
- fill the fuel tank with at least five
Air filter and passenger Oil filter litres of diesel,
compartment filter Change the filter regularly, in accord- - squeeze and release the manual
Have the filter elements replaced ance with the servicing schedule. re-priming pump, until fuel appears
regularly. If you drive in dusty in the transparent pipe under the
conditions, change them twice as bonnet,
often. Manual gearbox - operate the starter until the engine
starts.
This does not require an oil change.
Particle filter (Diesel) Check the level in accordance
The maintenance of the particle filter with the manufacturer’s servicing
must be carried out by a PEUGEOT schedule.
dealer in accordance with the
manufacturer’s servicing schedule. To check the main levels and cer- 1.6 litre HDI 16V engine
Note: following prolonged operation tain components, in accordance - fill the fuel tank with at least five
of the vehicle at very low speed with the manufacturer’s servicing litres of diesel,
or at idle, you may, in exceptional schedule, refer to the pages of - unclip the style cover to gain
circumstances, notice discharges the servicing booklet which corre- access to the re-priming pump,
of water vapour at the exhaust on spond to your vehicle’s engine.
- squeeze and release the manual
acceleration. This does not have any re-priming pump, until fuel appears
adverse effect on the behaviour of Only use products recom- in the transparent pipe with the
the vehicle or on the environment. mended by PEUGEOT green connector,
or products of equivalent - operate the starter until the engine
Brake pads quality and specifications. starts.
To ensure best performance from
Brake pad wear depends on the style components as important as the
of driving, in particular for vehicles power steering and the braking
which are used in town, over short system, PEUGEOT selects and
distances. offers quite specific products.
It may be necessary to check the To prevent damage to the electrical
thickness of the pads, even between units, avoid washing the engine.
services.

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142 - Checks

CHECKS Handbrake RUNNING OUT OF FUEL


Where the handbrake travel is too (DIESEL)
Battery great or there is a reduction in the If you should run out of fuel, it is
performance of the system, the necessary to re-prime the circuit:
At the start of winter, have your handbrake should be adjusted, even
battery checked by a PEUGEOT between services.
dealer.
Have the system checked by a
PEUGEOT dealer. 1.4 litre HDI engine
- fill the fuel tank with at least five
Air filter and passenger Oil filter litres of diesel,
compartment filter Change the filter regularly, in accord- - squeeze and release the manual
Have the filter elements replaced ance with the servicing schedule. re-priming pump, until fuel appears
regularly. If you drive in dusty in the transparent pipe under the
conditions, change them twice as bonnet,
often. Manual gearbox - operate the starter until the engine
starts.
This does not require an oil change.
Particle filter (Diesel) Check the level in accordance
The maintenance of the particle filter with the manufacturer’s servicing
must be carried out by a PEUGEOT schedule.
dealer in accordance with the
manufacturer’s servicing schedule. To check the main levels and cer- 1.6 litre HDI 16V engine
Note: following prolonged operation tain components, in accordance - fill the fuel tank with at least five
of the vehicle at very low speed with the manufacturer’s servicing litres of diesel,
or at idle, you may, in exceptional schedule, refer to the pages of - unclip the style cover to gain
circumstances, notice discharges the servicing booklet which corre- access to the re-priming pump,
of water vapour at the exhaust on spond to your vehicle’s engine.
- squeeze and release the manual
acceleration. This does not have any re-priming pump, until fuel appears
adverse effect on the behaviour of Only use products recom- in the transparent pipe with the
the vehicle or on the environment. mended by PEUGEOT green connector,
or products of equivalent - operate the starter until the engine
Brake pads quality and specifications. starts.
To ensure best performance from
Brake pad wear depends on the style components as important as the
of driving, in particular for vehicles power steering and the braking
which are used in town, over short system, PEUGEOT selects and
distances. offers quite specific products.
It may be necessary to check the To prevent damage to the electrical
thickness of the pads, even between units, avoid washing the engine.
services.

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CHANGING A WHEEL
(saloon)

Parking the vehicle Access to the spare wheel and Removing a wheel
the jack
- If possible, park the vehicle on - Chock the rear of the wheel
level, stable and non-slippery The wheel is located outside the diagonally opposite the wheel to
ground. vehicle, under the boot, supported by be changed, using the jack storage
- Apply the handbrake, engage first a metal carrier. box.
or reverse gear (position P for the - Remove the wheelbrace 1, secured - Remove the wheel trim using the
automatic gearbox). on the rear right inner panel of wheelbrace, by pulling at the valve
the boot. passage hole.
- Using the wheelbrace 1, slacken - Slacken the wheel bolts.
the spare wheel carrier retaining - Place the jack under the locating
bolt, located inside the boot point on the sub-frame E that is
under the carpet. closest to the wheel to be changed.
- Lift the carrier to release the hook Ensure that the entire surface of
rearwards, then lower it. the jack base plate is in contact
- Remove the jack storage box 2 with the ground.
located in the spare wheel. - Extend the jack, completely
unscrew the bolts and remove the
wheel.

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For your safety, always


change a wheel:

- on level, stable and non slippery


ground,
- with the handbrake applied,
- with first or reverse gear en-
gaged,
- with the vehicle chocked using
the jack storage box,
- never go underneath a vehicle
raised using a jack (use an axle
stand).
After changing the wheel
Refitting the wheel Replacing the wheel in the
- Have the tightening of the
- After positioning the wheel, lightly carrier bolts and the pressure of the
pre-tighten the bolts using the - Replace the jack storage box in the spare tyre checked as soon as
wheelbrace. wheel. possible by a PEUGEOT dealer.
- Compress the jack and release it. - Replace the support spacer 3 by - Have the punctured tyre repaired
- Fully tighten the bolts using the clipping it to the space-saving and replace it on the vehicle as
wheelbrace. spare wheel. soon as possible.
- Replace the trim except in the case - Replace the wheel in the carrier, - The space-saver spare wheel
of a space-saver spare wheel, directing the spacer 3 along the fitted with a 115/70 R 15 tyre
starting at the valve passage hole, centre line of the vehicle, with must only be used temporarily:
and press it on using the palm of the opening towards the front as - inflation pressure:
the hand. shown in the diagram above (for a 4.2 bars (60 p.s.i.),
Note: If the vehicle is fitted in space-saving spare wheel only). - maximum speed: 50 mph
production with a wheel anti-theft - Lift the wheel then the carrier and (80 km/h).
lock, the trim cap on the anti-theft reposition the hook.
bolt is in two parts. - Do not forget to fully tighten the
spare wheel carrier retaining bolt.
- Stow the wheelbrace.

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SPECIAL FEATURES OF Fitting the spare wheel Wheel anti-theft bolts


ALLOY WHEELS If your vehicle is equipped with a If your wheels are fitted with anti-theft
steel spare wheel, when fitting it, bolts (one per wheel), the chrome-
Bolt covers it is normal to notice that the bolt plated trim cap and then the plastic
washers do not come into contact cover on the wheel must be removed,
Alloy wheel bolts are covered by with the rim. The spare wheel is using the yellow tool (located in the
chrome trims. secured by the cone shape of each box fixed to the left-hand side of the
Use the yellow tool 4 to remove the bolt. boot), before slackening the bolt
trims before slackening the bolts. using the anti-theft socket (located in
Tool 4 is located: the glove box) and the wheelbrace,
located in the boot rear right inner
- on the saloon, on the rear right panel.
inner panel of the boot,
- on the 206 SW, in the jack storage
compartment, Fitting snow tyres Note: take a careful note of the code
- on the 206 GTi 180, in the box number engraved on the head of the
If you fit snow tyres that are mounted anti-theft socket. This will enable you
located on the left-hand side of the on steel rims onto your vehicle, it
boot. to obtain a duplicate anti-theft socket
is essential that you use special from a PEUGEOT dealer.
bolts available from your PEUGEOT
dealer.

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CHANGING A WHEEL
(206 SW)

Parking the vehicle Access to the spare wheel and Removing a wheel
the jack
- If possible, park the vehicle on - Chock the rear of the wheel
level, stable and non-slippery The wheel is located outside the diagonally opposite the wheel to
ground. vehicle, under the boot, supported by be changed, using the collapsible
- Apply the handbrake, engage first a metal carrier. chock located in the jack storage
or reverse gear, (position P for the - Remove the wheelbrace 1 secured box.
automatic gearbox). under the right-hand boot trim. - Remove the wheel trim using the
- Using the wheelbrace 1, slacken wheelbrace, by pulling at the valve
the spare wheel carrier retaining passage hole.
bolt located inside the boot under - Slacken the wheel bolts.
the carpet. - Place the jack under the locating
- Lift the carrier to release the hook point on the sub-frame E that is
rearwards, then lower it. closest to the wheel to be changed.
- Remove the jack storage box 2 Ensure that the entire surface of
located in the spare wheel. the jack base plate is in contact
with the ground.
- Extend the jack, completely
unscrew the bolts and remove the
wheel.

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For your safety, always


change a wheel:

- on level, stable and non slippery


ground,
- with the handbrake applied,
- with first or reverse gear en-
gaged,
- with the vehicle chocked using
the jack storage box,
- never go underneath a vehicle
raised using a jack (use an axle
stand).
After changing the wheel
Refitting the wheel Replacing the wheel in the
- Have the tightening of the
- After positioning the wheel, lightly carrier bolts and the pressure of the
pre-tighten the bolts using the - Replace the jack storage box in the spare tyre checked as soon as
wheelbrace. wheel. possible by a PEUGEOT dealer.
- Compress the jack and release it. - Replace the support spacer 3 by - Have the punctured tyre repaired
- Fully tighten the bolts using the clipping it to the space-saving and replace it on the vehicle as
wheelbrace. spare wheel. soon as possible.
- Replace the trim except in the case - Replace the wheel in the carrier, - The space-saver spare wheel
of a space-saver spare wheel, directing the spacer 3 along the fitted with a 115/70 R 15 tyre
starting at the valve passage hole, centre line of the vehicle, with must only be used temporarily:
and press it on using the palm of the opening towards the front as - inflation pressure:
the hand. shown in the diagram above (for a 4.2 bars (60 p.s.i.),
Note: If the vehicle is fitted in space-saving spare wheel only). - maximum speed: 50 mph
production with a wheel anti-theft - Lift the wheel then the carrier and (80 km/h).
lock, the trim cap on the anti-theft reposition the hook.
bolt is in two parts. - Do not forget to fully tighten the
spare wheel carrier retaining bolt.
- Stow the wheelbrace.

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SPECIAL FEATURES OF Fitting the spare wheel Wheel anti-theft bolts


ALLOY WHEELS If your vehicle is equipped with a If your wheels are fitted with anti-theft
steel spare wheel, when fitting it, bolts (one per wheel), the chrome-
Bolt covers it is normal to notice that the bolt plated trim cap and then the plastic
washers do not come into contact cover on the wheel must be removed,
Alloy wheel bolts are covered by with the rim. The spare wheel is using the yellow tool (located in the
chrome trims. secured by the cone shape of each box fixed to the left-hand side of the
Use the yellow tool 4 to remove the bolt. boot), before slackening the bolt
trims before slackening the bolts. using the anti-theft socket (located in
Tool 4 is located: the glove box) and the wheelbrace,
located in the boot rear right inner
- on the saloon, on the rear right panel.
inner panel of the boot,
- on the 206 SW, in the jack storage
compartment, Fitting snow tyres Note: take a careful note of the code
- on the 206 GTi 180, in the box number engraved on the head of the
If you fit snow tyres that are mounted anti-theft socket. This will enable you
located on the left-hand side of the on steel rims onto your vehicle, it
boot. to obtain a duplicate anti-theft socket
is essential that you use special from a PEUGEOT dealer.
bolts available from your PEUGEOT
dealer.

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CHANGING A WHEEL

Tools
- The jack, the chock and the bolt
cover tool are located in a box 1
secured by a strap on the left-hand
side of the boot.
- The wheelbrace is secured on the
boot rear right inner panel.

Wheel changing procedure


The wheels of your 206 GTi 180 are
fitted with anti-theft bolts.
F Turn the wheel so that the valve is The wheels are changed in the same
at ground level. way as on the saloon.
F Shake the aerosol vigorously Refer to the corresponding sections.
before use. In very cold weather,
warm the aerosol for a few
PUNCTURES (206 GTi 180) minutes in your hands.
F Fix the aerosol connector onto the
Because this version does not valve, keeping it centralised.
possess a spare wheel, you will find
a repair kit (two tyre repair aerosols) F Hold the valve against the hole
stored in a box 1 secured by a strap in the wheel rim and at the same The aerosol cans en-
on the left-hand side of the boot. time empty the aerosol, keeping it able you to carry out a
upright. temporary repair (maxi-
F Maintain the pressure firmly for mum speed 50 mph
one minute. (80 km/h)).
F Remove the connector and After use, the tyre must be
Using the repair aerosols replaced. As the aerosol cans
immediately drive at least 3 miles
(Read the instructions for use on the (5 km). are pressurised, they must not be
aerosols also). exposed to a temperature above
F If possible remove the object F If possible, check the pressure of 50°C.
which caused the puncture and the tyre.
Store them away from heat in their
deflate the tyre. F Then immediately drive at insulated storage box.
moderate speed to the nearest
garage.

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SPECIAL FEATURES OF Fitting the spare wheel Wheel anti-theft bolts


ALLOY WHEELS If your vehicle is equipped with a If your wheels are fitted with anti-theft
steel spare wheel, when fitting it, bolts (one per wheel), the chrome-
Bolt covers it is normal to notice that the bolt plated trim cap and then the plastic
washers do not come into contact cover on the wheel must be removed,
Alloy wheel bolts are covered by with the rim. The spare wheel is using the yellow tool (located in the
chrome trims. secured by the cone shape of each box fixed to the left-hand side of the
Use the yellow tool 4 to remove the bolt. boot), before slackening the bolt
trims before slackening the bolts. using the anti-theft socket (located in
Tool 4 is located: the glove box) and the wheelbrace,
located in the boot rear right inner
- on the saloon, on the rear right panel.
inner panel of the boot,
- on the 206 SW, in the jack storage
compartment, Fitting snow tyres Note: take a careful note of the code
- on the 206 GTi 180, in the box number engraved on the head of the
If you fit snow tyres that are mounted anti-theft socket. This will enable you
located on the left-hand side of the on steel rims onto your vehicle, it
boot. to obtain a duplicate anti-theft socket
is essential that you use special from a PEUGEOT dealer.
bolts available from your PEUGEOT
dealer.

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1a. Dipped headlamps 1b. Dipped headlamps


H7 55W / main beam H7 55W / main beam
headlamps H7 55W headlamps H1 55W
F Pull the tab A upwards then F Remove the protective cover D for
rearwards and remove the the H7 55W bulb or E for the H1
protective cover. 55W bulb.
F Disconnect the connector(s) B. F Disconnect the connector(s) F.
F Press the end of the securing F Press the end of the securing
clip C to remove it. Change the clip(s) G to remove it(them).
faulty bulb. Change the faulty bulb.
F On fitting, ensure that the direction F On fitting, ensure that the direction
notches are in the correct position notches are in the correct position
CHANGING A BULB and that the clip is secured and that the securing clip(s)
correctly. is(are) secured correctly.
To make access easier, on the right- F Reconnect the connector. F Reconnect the connector.
hand side, first remove the screen
wash reservoir filler pipe: F Replace the protective cover, then F Replace the protective cover(s),
the screen wash reservoir filler then the screen wash reservoir
F align the notches by turning, pipe (right-hand side). filler pipe (right-hand side).
F pull upwards.
Depending on the version of your
vehicle, refer to the corresponding
dipped headlamps / main beam
headlamps combination.

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2. Side lights W5W Amber direction indicator side


F Turn the pin connector 2 a quarter repeater WY5W
turn and remove it. F Push the repeater forwards and Saloon 206 SW
F Change the bulb. release it.
F Remove the repeater and change 1. Direction indicators P 21 W.
it.
2. Reversing lights P 21 W.
It can be obtained from a PEUGEOT 3. Brake lights/side lights
dealer. P 21/5 W.

Handle the bulbs with a


dry cloth.
The headlamps are fitted
with polycarbon glass with
a protective coating. Do not clean
them using a dry or abrasive
cloth, or using detergents or
3. Amber direction indicators solvents.
PY21W Use a sponge and soapy water.
F Turn the pin connector 3 a quarter
turn (towards the front of the
vehicle) and remove it.
F Change the bulb.
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Front fog lamps H1 55 W Rear fog lamp P 21 W Number plate lights W 5 W


Press under the access flap to Unclip the lamp and release the Insert a thin screwdriver into one of
release it. assembly. the outer holes of the transparent
Open the flap. Turn the pin connector a quarter turn cover.
Turn the cover to remove it. and remove it. Push it outwards to unclip it.
Disconnect the bulb. Change the bulb. Remove the transparent cover.
Press the two ends of the securing Change the faulty bulb.
clip to release the bulb.

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2. Side lights W5W Amber direction indicator side


F Turn the pin connector 2 a quarter repeater WY5W
turn and remove it. F Push the repeater forwards and Saloon 206 SW
F Change the bulb. release it.
F Remove the repeater and change 1. Direction indicators P 21 W.
it.
2. Reversing lights P 21 W.
It can be obtained from a PEUGEOT 3. Brake lights/side lights
dealer. P 21/5 W.

Handle the bulbs with a


dry cloth.
The headlamps are fitted
with polycarbon glass with
a protective coating. Do not clean
them using a dry or abrasive
cloth, or using detergents or
3. Amber direction indicators solvents.
PY21W Use a sponge and soapy water.
F Turn the pin connector 3 a quarter
turn (towards the front of the
vehicle) and remove it.
F Change the bulb.
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Rear lights (saloon) Rear lights (206 SW) Third brake light 5 bulbs
Unclip the boot side trim. Unclip the top of the boot trim using W 5 W (saloon)
Unclip the foam cover and reach a coin. Using a 10 mm spanner, unscrew the
behind the cover to locate the wing Unscrew the two wing bolts using the 2 nuts A.
nut. wheelbrace if necessary. Release the light unit.
Remove the wing nut. Release the light unit. Squeeze the two tabs B to release
Release the light unit. Disconnect the connector. Move the bulb holder.
Press the lug A and disconnect the aside the tabs 1 and remove the bulb Change the faulty bulb.
connector. holder 2.
Remove the foam. Change the faulty bulb.
Move aside the tabs B and remove When refitting, refit the boot trim
the bulb holder. by engaging it from the bottom then
clipping the top.
Change the faulty bulb. Third brake light (206 SW)
When refitting, ensure that the bulb
holder, the light and the foam cover This is fitted with diodes.
are repositioned correctly. In the event of a fault, consult a
PEUGEOT dealer.

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Front fog lamps H1 55 W Rear fog lamp P 21 W Number plate lights W 5 W


Press under the access flap to Unclip the lamp and release the Insert a thin screwdriver into one of
release it. assembly. the outer holes of the transparent
Open the flap. Turn the pin connector a quarter turn cover.
Turn the cover to remove it. and remove it. Push it outwards to unclip it.
Disconnect the bulb. Change the bulb. Remove the transparent cover.
Press the two ends of the securing Change the faulty bulb.
clip to release the bulb.

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CHANGING A FUSE Removing and fitting a fuse


The fuse boxes are located under Before changing a fuse, the cause of the fault must be found and remedied. The
the fascia and in the engine compart- fuse numbers are indicated on the fuse box.
ment. Use the pliers A.
Always replace a faulty fuse with a fuse of the same rating.

Correct Incorrect

Fascia fuse box


Unscrew the catch a quarter turn
using a coin then remove the cover
to gain access to the fuses.
The spare fuses and the pliers A are
secured on the inside of the fascia
fuse box cover.

Pliers A

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Fuse N° Rating Functions

1 15 A Heated seat - Alarm

Multifunction display - Navigation control unit - Boot lighting - Audio equipment -


4 20 A Steering wheel controls - Trailer

5 15 A Automatic gearbox diagnostics

Coolant level - Automatic gearbox - Audio equipment -


6 10 A Steering wheel angle sensor (ESP)

7 15 A Driving school accessory - Alarm fitted as an accessory

9 30 A Rear electric windows

10 40 A Rear screen and mirror demisting

11 15 A Rear windscreen wiper

12 30 A Front electric windows - Sunroof

14 10 A Engine fuse box - Air bags - Steering wheel controls - Rain sensor

15 15 A Instrument panel - Multifunction display - Navigation control unit - Air conditioning - Audio equipment

16 30 A Locking/unlocking controls for doors, bonnet and boot

20 10 A Right-hand brake light

21 15 A Left-hand brake light - 3rd brake light

Front courtesy light and rear courtesy light (206 SW) - Map reading light -
22 20 A Glove box lighting - Lighter - Rear 12 volts socket (206 SW)

S1 Shunt PARC shunt

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CHANGING A FUSE Removing and fitting a fuse


The fuse boxes are located under Before changing a fuse, the cause of the fault must be found and remedied. The
the fascia and in the engine compart- fuse numbers are indicated on the fuse box.
ment. Use the pliers A.
Always replace a faulty fuse with a fuse of the same rating.

Correct Incorrect

Fascia fuse box


Unscrew the catch a quarter turn
using a coin then remove the cover
to gain access to the fuses.
The spare fuses and the pliers A are
secured on the inside of the fascia
fuse box cover.

Pliers A

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The electrical circuit of


your vehicle is designed
to operate with standard
or optional equipment.

Before installing other electrical


equipment or accessories in your
or vehicle, consult a PEUGEOT
dealer.

Some electrical accessories or


the way in which they are fitted
may have an adverse effect on
the operation of your vehicle (its
electronic control circuits, the
Engine compartment fuse box audio circuit and the electrical
To gain access to the box in the engine compartment (next to the battery), unclip charging circuit).
the cover.
After carrying out work, close the cover very carefully. PEUGEOT declines any res-
ponsibility for expenses incurred
through the repair of your vehicle
Fuse N° Rating Functions or for any malfunctions resulting
from the installation of auxiliary
1* 20 A Fan unit accessories, not supplied and
2* 60 A ABS/ESP not recommended by PEUGEOT
and not installed in accordance
3* 30 A ABS/ESP with PEUGEOT's instructions,
in particular for any equipment
4* 70 A Built-in systems interface supply the power consumption of which
exceeds 10 milliamps.
5* 70 A Built-in systems interface supply
6* - Not used
7* 30 A Ignition switch supply
8* 20 A Audio equipment amplifier

* The maxi fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. Any
work on these fuses must be carried out by a PEUGEOT dealer.

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Fuse N° Rating Functions


Pre-heat unit (diesel) - Water in diesel sensor - Reversing lights switch -
1 10 A Speed sensor - Air flow sensor (diesel)
2 15 A Canister solenoid valve - Fuel pump
3 10 A ABS/ESP engine control unit - ESP stop switch
4 10 A Automatic gearbox control unit - Engine control unit
5 - Not used
6 15 A Front fog lamps
7 20 A Headlamp wash pump
Fan assembly relay - Engine control unit - Diesel injection pump -
8 20 A Diesel high pressure regulator - Engine management solenoid valve
9 15 A Left-hand dipped beam
10 15 A Right-hand dipped beam
11 10 A Left-hand main beam
12 15 A Right-hand main beam
13 15 A Horn
14 10 A Front and rear windscreen wash pumps
Throttle housing heater - Diesel injection pump - Oxygen sensor -
Engine control unit - Air flow sensor - Ignition coil - Engine management solenoid valve -
15 30 A Diesel heater - Injectors - Variable engine timing solenoid valve (206 GTi 180) -
Variable engine air intake solenoid valve (206 GTi 180)
16 30 A Air pump relay
17 30 A High and low speed windscreen wiper
18 40 A Air conditioning fan

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BATTERY ECONOMY MODE FUNCTION


- Wait for 2 minutes after
switching off the ignition After the engine has stopped, with
To charge the battery using a before disconnecting the key in the accessories position,
battery charger: the battery. certain functions (windscreen wiper,
- Disconnect the battery, - Never disconnect a electric windows, courtesy lights,
- Follow the instructions for use terminal when the audio equipment, etc.) can only be
given by the battery charger engine is running. used for a cumulative duration of
manufacturer, - Never charge a battery without thirty minutes, to prevent discharging
- Reconnect starting with the first disconnecting the terminals. the battery.
negative (-) terminal, - Close the windows and the Once the thirty minutes are over, the
- Check that the terminals and roof before disconnecting the message "Economy mode active"
connectors are clean. If they are battery. appears on the multifunction display
covered with sulphate (white or - After every reconnection of the and the active functions are put on
greenish deposit), disconnect them battery, switch on the ignition standby.
and clean them. and wait 1 minute before To resume the use of these functions
starting to allow the electronic immediately, start the engine and let
systems to be initialised. If slight it run for a few minutes.
difficulties are experienced after
To start the vehicle from another this, please consult a PEUGEOT The time that you will then have
battery: dealer. available will be double the time
- Connect the red cable to the during which the engine was running.
positive (+) terminals of the two However, this time will always be
batteries, between five and thirty minutes.
- Connect one end of the green A flat battery will prevent the engine
or black cable to the negative (-) from starting.
terminal of the slave battery,
- Connect the other end of the green
or black cable to an earth point on
the broken down vehicle, as far as
possible from the battery,
Operate the starter, let the engine
run.
Wait for the engine to return to idle,
then disconnect the cables.

It is advisable to disconnect the


battery if the vehicle is not to be
used for a period of more than
one month.

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MONTER UN AUTORADIO Making the connections


A1 : -
Vous disposez d’origine d’un pré-
équipement radio : A2 : -
- antenne de toit, A3 : -
- câble coaxial d’antenne, A4 : -
- antiparasitage de base, A5 : -
- alimentation des haut-parleurs AV, A6 : (+ve) Ignition positive
- alimentation des haut-parleurs AR, A7 : (+ve) Permanent
- 2 connecteurs 8 voies.
A8 : Earth

B1 : (+) Rear right speaker


B2 : (-) Rear right speaker
B3 : (+) Front right speaker and
tweeter
FITTING SPEAKERS B4 : (-) Front right speaker and
The factory-fitted equipment allows tweeter
the fitting of: B5 : (+) Front left speaker and
- 165 mm diameter speakers in the tweeter
front doors, B6 : (-) Front left speaker and
- 130 mm diameter speakers in the tweeter
rear doors, B7 : (+) Rear left speaker
- 22.5 mm diameter tweeters in the B8 : (-) Rear left speaker
mirror trims.

Consult a PEUGEOT
dealer before install-
ing audio equipment or
speakers in your vehicle.

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TOWING YOUR VEHICLE

By lifting (two wheels only on the


ground)
It is preferable to lift the vehicle by
the wheels.

Without lifting (four wheels on the


ground)
Front towing eye 206 SW rear towing eye
You must always use a tow bar.

206 SW
Never use the radiator From the front, attach the tow bar to
crossmember. the towing eye.

From the rear:


Special features of the automatic
gearbox - unclip the cover using a coin,
- screw in the towing eye (located in
When towing with all four wheels on the jack storage compartment) as
the ground, the following rules must far as it will go.
be adhered to:
- gear lever in position N,
- tow the vehicle at a speed less than Saloon rear towing eye
30 mph (50 km/h) over a distance
of not more than 30 miles (50 km), Saloon
- do not add oil to the gearbox. From the front or the rear
Attach the tow bar to the towing eye.

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In all cases, pay attention to the


coolant temperature.
If the warning light comes on, stop
the vehicle and switch off the engine
as soon as possible.

Tyres: Check the tyre pressures


of the towing vehicle and of the
trailer, observing the recommended
pressures.

Braking: Towing increases the


TOWING A TRAILER, Driving advice braking distance.
CARAVAN, BOAT etc. Distribution of loads: Distribute the
Only use original PEUGEOT tow load in the trailer so that the heaviest Lights: Check the electrical signal-
bars that have been tested and items are as close as possible to the ling on the trailer.
approved from the design stage of axle and the nose weight approaches
your vehicle. the maximum permitted without
exceeding it. Side wind: Take into acount the
The tow bar must be fitted by a increased sensitivity to side wind.
PEUGEOT dealer.
Cooling: Towing a trailer on a slope
Your vehicle is primarily designed increases the temperature of the
for transporting people and luggage coolant.
but it may also be used for towing a
trailer. As the fan is electrically controlled,
its cooling capacity is not dependent
Driving with a trailer subjects the on the engine speed.
towing vehicle to more significant
stress and its driver must be On the contrary, use a high gear to
particularly careful. lower the engine speed and reduce
your speed.
Air density decreases with altitude,
thus reducing engine performance. The maximum towing load on a long
Above 1 000 metres, the maximum slope depends on the gradient and
towing load must be reduced by 10 % the outside temperature.
and so on for every 1 000 metres of
altitude.

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Removing the mat


When removing the mat on the
driver's side, move the seat as far
back as possible and remove the
fixings.
When refitting the mat, position it and
replace the fixings by turning them a
quarter of a turn.
Check that the mat is secured FITTING ROOF BARS
correctly. (206 SW)
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedals: When fitting transverse roof bars,
- only use mats suited to the fixings ensure that they are positioned Maximum authorised weight
which are already present in the correctly. on the roof rack, for a loading
vehicle. The correct positions are shown by height not exceeding 40 cm
marks on each of the longitudinal (except bicycle carriers): 75 kg.
It is imperative that these fixings
are used. bars. If the height exceeds 40 cm,
- never fit one mat on top of another. Use accessories approved by PEUGEOT adapt the speed of the vehicle
and follow the manufacturer's fitting to the condition of the road, to
instructions. avoid damaging the roof bars.

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BODYWORK MAINTENANCE
- Clean off bird droppings,
To preserve the paintwork and the resinous deposits,
plastic trim on your vehicle, we tar stains and grease
recommend that you wash them marks as soon as pos-
regularly. sible; (these all contain
substances which can
- by hand: there are no specific cause serious damage
precautions to take; to the paintwork).
- using an automatic car wash: - Do not use a dry or abrasive cloth
repeated use of poorly maintained or detergent or solvent products
automatic car washes can lead to clean the double lens, complex
to the appearance of microscopic surface headlamps as they are
scratches which give the paintwork fitted with polycarbonate glass
a matt appearance (especially covered in a protective finish.
visible on dark colours);
- Do not use petrol, oil or cloth
- using a high pressure washer: stain removers to clean the
always follow the recommendations bodywork and plastic parts of
on the equipment (pressure and your vehicle.
spraying distance).
- To prevent the development of
If there are damaged areas on bodywork corrosion as a result
the vehicle (painted bumpers or of accidental damage (stone
headlamps), it is not recommended chips, scratches, etc.) have
to direct the high pressure jet onto them repaired swiftly.
them. Wash these areas by hand.
Also avoid the entry of water into
the locks.

For all questions relating to the


maintenance of your vehicle, contact
an approved dealer who can advise
you on quality products selected by
our departments.

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206 ACCESSORIES Interior equipment: Central


armrest, writing table, passenger
For your PEUGEOT only use seat protector, covers suitable for
accessories and original parts side air bags (saloon and 206 SW),
approved by the manufacturer. mats, boot tray, can holder, CD or
These accessories and parts are cassette storage, audio/telephone
all adapted to your PEUGEOT, console, door deflectors, under-shelf
after being tested and approved storage (saloon), sun blinds, ...
for reliability and safety, which
PEUGEOT cannot guarantee for Technology: Audio/telephone,
other products. hands-free kit, satellite navigation
A wide choice of original accessories, system, CD changers, audio systems,
approved by PEUGEOT, is available speakers, audio trim, rear shelf fitted
through the dealer network. They all with 4 speakers (saloon), ...
carry the PEUGEOT guarantee:
Safety: Anti-theft alarm, window
Travel and Leisure: Towbar, boot engraving, wheel locks, warning
luggage rack, boot tray, roof bars, triangle, first aid kit, high visibility
roof boxes, ski carrier, bicycle jacket, booster seats and child seats,
carrier**, snow chains, ... Isofix Kiddy seat, ...

** Do not fit the bicycle carrier on the Van: Kit for conversion into a van, ...
spoiler or on the rear screen.

Exterior style: Alloy wheels, trims,


mud flaps, sunroof*, front fog
lamps, tailgate spoiler (saloon),
sports exhaust, aluminium and
wood panel trim, door sills, body kit,
wing extenders, two-tone steering
wheel, ...

* It is imperative that only genuine


PEUGEOT products are used for Before fitting an electrical
the fitting of a sunroof. accessory in your vehicle,
consult a PEUGEOT
dealer.

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ENGINES AND GEARBOXES


PETROL
Models
2CHFX 2CKFW 2AKFWA 2CKFU
Model codes 2CK6D 2HKFU
2AHFX 2AKFW 2CKFWA 2AKFU
2AK6D 2KKFU
2EHFX 2EKFW 2EKFWA 2EKFU

ENGINES 1.1 litre 1.4 litre 1.4 litre 1.4 litre 16V

Cubic capacity (cm3) 1 124 1 360 1 360 1 360

Bore x stroke (mm) 72 x 69 75 x 77 75 x 77 75 x 77

EU standard maximum power (kW) 44.1 55 55 65

Maximum power at engine speed (rpm) 5 500 5 500 5 500 5 250

EU standard maximum torque (Nm) 94 118 120 135

Maximum torque at engine speed (rpm) 2 700 2 800 2 800 3 250

Fuel Unleaded Leaded Unleaded Unleaded

Catalytic converter Yes No Yes Yes

Manual Manual Manual Automatic Manual


Gearbox (5 speed) (5 speed) (5 speed) (4 speed) (5 speed)

Oil capacity (in litres)


3.2 (2) - 3.4 3 (2) - 3.25 3 (2) - 3.25 3 (2) - 3.25
Engine (with cartridge replacement) 3.2 (2) - 3.5 (3)
(3) (3) (3) (3)
Gearbox-Final drive 2 2 2 - 2

(2) Draining by gravity - (3) Draining by suction.


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ENGINES AND GEARBOXES


ESSENCE
2CNFU 2HNFU
2ANFU 2KNFU
Models 2ANFUA 2ANFUB 2CRFN
2BNFUA 2BNFUB
Model codes 2ARFN 2CRFKA/IF
2CNFUA 2CNFUB 2ERFN 2HRFKA
2DNFUA 2DNFUB 2DRFNA
2HNFUA 2HNFUB
2JNFUA 2JNFUB
2KNFUA 2KNFUB
ENGINES 1.6 litre 16V 2 litre 16V 2 litre 16V
Cubic capacity (cm ) 3
1 587 1 997 1 997
Bore x stroke (mm) 78.5 x 82 85 x 88 85 x 88
EU standard maximum power (kW) 80 100 130
Maximum power at engine speed (rpm) 5 800 6 000 7 000
EU standard maximum torque (Nm) 147 190 202
Maximum torque at engine speed (rpm) 4 000 4 100 4 750
Fuel Unleaded Unleaded Unleaded
Catalytic converter Yes Yes Yes

Manual Automatic Manual Manual


Gearbox (5 speed) (4 speed) (5 speed) (5 speed)

Oil capacity (in litres)


Engine (with cartridge replacement) 3.2 (2) - 3.4 (3) 3.2 (2) - 3.4 (3) 4.25 3.8 - 5.3
Gearbox-Final drive 2 _ 1.9 1.9

(2) Draining by gravity - (3) Draining by suction


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ENGINES AND GEARBOXES


DIESEL
2C8HX
2A8HX
Models 2S8HX 2H9HZA 2CRHY 2ERHY
Model codes 2E8HX 2J9HZA 2ARHY 2KRHY
2S8HZA 2E9HZA 2HRHY
2A8HZA 2K9HZA
2C8HZA
2E8HZA
ENGINES 1.4 litre turbo HDI 1.6 litre turbo HDI 16V 2 litre turbo HDI

Cubic capacity (cm ) 3


1 398 1 560 1 997
Bore x stroke (mm) 73.7 x 82 75 x 88.3 85 x 88
EU standard maximum power (kW) 50 80 66
Maximum power at engine speed (rpm) 4 000 4 000 4 000
EU standard maximum torque (Nm) 160 240 (overboost 260) 205
Maximum torque at engine speed (rpm) 1 750 1 750 (overboost 2 000) 1 900
Fuel Diesel Diesel Diesel
Catalytic converter Yes Yes Yes
Particle Emission Filter (PEF) No Yes No

Manual Manual Manual


Gearbox (5 speed) (5 speed) (5 speed)

Oil capacity (in litres)

Engine (with cartridge replacement) 3.8 3.85 4.5


Gearbox-Final drive 2 1.9 1.9

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SALOON CONSUMPTION
In accordance with directive 80/1268/CEE (mpg (litre/100 km))
Emission of
Model Urban Inter-
Engine Gearbox Mixed CO2 by weight
codes 2... driving urban g/Km
1.1 litre Manual HFXF 34.4 (8.2) 56.5 (5) 45.6 (6.2) 148
1.4 litre Manual K6D2 30.1 (9.4) 51.4 (5.5) 40.4 (7) 162
KFWF 33.6 (8.4) 56.5 (5) 44.8 (6.3) 149
1.4 litre Manual KFWA 32.1 (8.8) 56.5 (5.0) 44.1 (6.4) 151
1.4 litre Automatic KFWR 29.4 (9.6) 53.3 (5.3) 40.9 (6.9) 165
A/C KFU A/F 34.3 (8.2) 57.6 (4.9) 46.3 (6.1) 145
1.4 litre 16V Manual HKFU A/F 33.2 (8.5) 55.3 (5.3) 43.5 (6.5) 155
NFUF 32.8 (8.6) 55.4 (5.1) 44.1 (6.4) 153
1.6 litre 16V Manual HNFUF/NFUA 32.4 (8.7) 51.4 (5.5) 42.2 (6.7) 159
NFUR 28.5 (9.9) 51.4 (5.5) 39.8 (7.1) 171
1.6 litre 16V Automatic HNFUR 27.6 (10.2) 48.7 (5.8) 37.6 (7.5) 179
NFUB 10.2 5.7 7.4 176
RFNF 26.4 (10.7) 46.3 (6.1) 36.7 (7.7) 185
2 litre 16V Manual RFNA - - - -

2 litre 16V Manual CRFKA/IF 23.9 (11.8) 42.2 (6.7) 32.8 (8.6) 204
RFKA - - - -
8HFXF 51.4 (5.5) 77.1 (3.6) 65.7 (4.3) 113
1.4 litre Turbo HDI Manual 8HZA 5.7 3.7 4.4 116
9HZA 47.1 (6.0) 68.9 (4.1) 60.1 (4.8) 126
1.6 litre Turbo HDI 16V Manual 9HYA 47.1 (6.0) 68.9 (4.1) 60.1 (4.8) 126
RHYF 42.8 (6.6) 68.9 (4.1) 56.5 (5) 136
2 litre Turbo HDI Manual HRHYF 40.9 (6.9) 64.2 (4.4) 53.3 (5.3) 144

Fuel consumption values correct at time of printing. These consumption values were established in accordance with
Directive 80/1268/CEE. They may vary depending on the style of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in
the vehicle, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of the accessories.

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206 SW CONSUMPTION

In accordance with directive 80/1268/CEE (mpg (litre/100 km))

Emission of
Model Urban Inter-
Engine Gearbox Mixed CO2 by weight
codes 2... driving urban g/Km

1.1 litre Manual 2EHFXF 32.4 (8.7) 54.3 (5.2) 43.5 (6.5) 156

2EKFWF 33.2 (8.5) 54.3 (5.2) 44.1 (6.4) 153


1.4 litre Manual 2EKFWA 31.7 (8.9) 55.4 (5.1) 43.5 (6.5) 154
2EKFU A/F 34.4 (8.2) 57.6 (4.9) 46.3 (6.1) 145
1.4 litre 16V Manual 2KKFU A/F 33.2 (8.5) 53.3 (5.3) 43.5 (6.5) 155
2KNFUF 32.4 (8.7) 51.4 (5.5) 42.2 (6.7) 159
1.6 litre 16V Manual 2KNFUA 32.4 (8.7) 51.4 (5.5) 42.2 (6.7) 159
2KNFUR 27.6 (10.2) 48.7 (5.8) 37.6 (7.5) 179
1.6 litre 16V Automatic 2KNFUB 27.6 (10.2) 5.7 7.4 176

2 litre 16V Manual 2ERFNF 25.7 (11) 45.6 (6.2) 35.8 (7.9) 189

1.4 litre Turbo HDI Manual 2E8HFX 50.4 (5.6) 74.3 (3.8) 64.2 (4.4) 117

1.6 litre Turbo HDI 16V Manual 2E9HZA 47.1 (6.0) 68.9 (4.1) 60.1 (4.8) 126

2ERHYF 41.5 (6.8) 68.9 (4.1) 55.4 (5.1) 138


2 litre Turbo HDI Manual 2KRHYF 40.9 (6.9) 64.2 (4.4) 53.3 (5.3) 144

Fuel consumption values correct at time of printing. These consumption values were established in accordance with
Directive 80/1268/CEE. They may vary depending on the style of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in
the vehicle, the maintenance of the vehicle and the use of the accessories.

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WEIGHTS AND TOWING LOADS SALOON (IN KG)


3 and 5 DOOR
Petrol engine 1.1 litre 1.4 litre 1.4 litre 1.4 litre 16V 1.6 litre 16V 1.6 litre 16V 2 litre 16V 2 litre 16V
Gearbox Manual Manual Auto Manual Manual Auto Manual Manual
KFWF/A KFUA NFUF NFUR RFN CRFKA/IF
Model codes: HFX KFWR
K6D KFUF NFUA NFUB RFNA RFKA
• Kerb weight 985 1 025 1 055 1 049 1 100 1 055 1 125 1 159

• Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 405 1 450 1 480 1 515 1 567 1 614 1 560 1 550

• Gross train weight (GTW)* 1 920 2 365 2 395 2 415 2 467 2 504 2 475 2 450

• Unbraked trailer 485 510 525 500 550 550 560 575
• Braked trailer (within GTW) 700 1 100 1 100 900 1 100 1 100 1 100 1 100

• Recommended nose weight 50 50 50 36 50 50 50 -

3 and 5 DOOR VANS


HDI engine 1.4 litre HDI 1.6 litre HDI 16V 2 litre HDI 1.4 litre HDI
Gearbox Manual Manual Manual Manual
8HX 9HZA 2S8HXF
Model codes: RHY
8HZA 9HYA 2S8HZA
• Kerb weight 1 061 1 130 1 145 1 049

• Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 525 1 550 1 585 1 525

• Gross train weight (GTW)* 2 425 2 450 2 500 2 425

• Unbraked trailer 530 500 570 524


• Braked trailer (within GTW) 1 100 900 1 100 1 100

• Recommended nose weight 50 36 50 -


In the case of towing vehicles, the speed is limited to 60 mph (100 km/h)*.
* according to the legislation in force in the country.
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WEIGHTS AND TOWING LOADS 206 SW (IN KG)


5 DOOR
Petrol engine 1.1 litre 1.4 litre 1.4 litre 16V 1.6 litre 16V 1.6 litre 16V 2 litre 16V
Gearbox Manual Manual Manual Manual Auto. Manual
KFUA NFUF NFUR
Model codes: HFX KFW RFN
KFUF NFUA NFUB
• Kerb weight 1 065 1 074 1 113 1 148 1 190 1 192

• Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 485 1 499 1 515 1 563 1 585 1 562

• Gross train weight (GTW)* 1 985 2 399 2 415 2 463 2 485 2 462
• Unbraked trailer 500 500 500 500 500 500
• Braked trailer (within GTW) 700 1 100 900 1 100 1 100 1 100
• Recommended nose weight 28 44 36 44 44 44

5 DOOR
HDI engine 1.4 litre HDI 1.6 litre HDI 16V 2 litre HDI
Gearbox Manual Manual Manual
Model codes: 8HX 9HZA RHY
• Kerb weight 1 110 1 189 1 191

• Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 1 535 1 580 1 611

• Gross train weight (GTW)* 2 435 2 480 2 511


• Unbraked trailer 500 500 500
• Braked trailer (within GTW) 1 100 900 1 100
• Recommended nose weight 44 36 44
In the case of towing vehicles, the speed is limited to 60 mph (100 km/h)*.
* according to the legislation in force in the country.
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SALOON DIMENSIONS (3 AND 5 DOOR VERSIONS) 206 SW DIMENSIONS

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Saloon 206 SW

THE IDENTIFICATION
FEATURES OF YOUR 206
A - Manufacturer's plate. D - Tyres and paint reference. - the tyre pressures: (tyre pres-
B - Serial number on the The label D on the driver's centre sure checks must be car-
bodywork (location according door pillar gives: ried out cold, at least every
to model). month),
- the wheel and tyre sizes,
C - Serial number on the fascia. - the paint colour reference.
- the brands of tyres approved
by the manufacturer,
It is not possible to fit snow chains
on size 205/45 R 16 and 205/40
R 17 tyres. Contact a PEUGEOT
dealer.

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