Peugeot 207 (2011) manual

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  • Brand: Peugeot
  • Product: Car
  • Model/name: 207 (2011)
  • Filetype: PDF
  • Available languages: English, Spanish, German, Dutch, Czech, Slovak, Danish

Table of Contents

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your vehicle’s electronic system. Please note this specific warning. It is advisable to contact a PEUGEOT dealer to be
shown the recommended equipment and accessories.
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Thank you for choosing a 207, a symbol
of confidence, passion and inspiration.
Page reference:
this symbol invites you to refer to
the pages which provide details
of the function.
Key
Protection of the environment:
this symbol accompanies advice
relating to protection of the envi-
ronment.
Information:
this symbol draws your attention
to additional information for better
use of your vehicle.
Warning:
this symbol marks warnings which
it is essential to observe for your
own safety, for the safety of others
or to avoid any risk of damaging
your vehicle.
Your vehicle may be fitted with only
some of the equipment mentioned in
this document, depending on the trim
level, version and the specification for
the country in which it is sold.
WELCOME
This handbook has been designed to
enable you to make the most of your
207.
On the first few pages, you will find a
detailed summary, followed by a quick
reference guide intended to make it
easier for you to become familiar with
your vehicle.
All of the details specific to your 207,
comfort, safety, driving, are then pre-
sented in this handbook, to increase
your appreciation of the vehicle and to
help you make the most of it.
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CONTENTS
Instrument panels 19
Indicator and warning lamps 20
Indicators 28
Adjustment buttons 32
Screens without audio system 33
Screens with audio system 35
16/9 colour screen (Peugeot
Connect Navigation) 40
Trip computer 42
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Ventilation 45
Heating 47
Manual air conditioning 47
Rear screen demist - defrost 49
Digital air conditioning 50
Front seats 52
Rear seats 54
Mirrors 57
Steering wheel adjustment 59
Interior fittings 59
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COMFORT 45 Î 67
Remote control key 68
Alarm 72
Window controls 74
Rear quarter windows 75
Doors 76
Boot 78
Panoramic sunroof 80
Fuel tank 81
Misfuel prevention 83
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SET OFF 68 Î 83
Lighting control stalk 84
Headlamp adjustment 87
Wiper control stalk 88
Courtesy lamps 91
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VISIBILITY 84 Î 91
Child seats 92
Isofix child seats 98
Child lock 102
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CHILD SAFETY 92 Î 102
FAMILIARISATION 4 Î 16
INSTRUMENTS
and CONTROLS 19 Î 44 5
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ECO-DRIVING 17 Î 18
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CONTENTS
Direction indicators 103
Emergency or assistance call 103
Hazard warning lamps 104
Horn 104
Braking assistance systems 105
Trajectory control systems 106
Seat belts 107
Airbags 110
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SAFETY 103 Î 113
Parking brake 114
Manual gearbox 114
Gear shift indicator 115
Automatic gearbox 116
Speed limiter 119
Cruise control 121
Parking sensors 123
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DRIVING 114 Î 124
Bonnet 126
Running out of fuel (Diesel) 127
Petrol engines 128
Diesel engines 129
Checking levels 130
Checks 132
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CHECKS 125 Î 133
Temporary puncture repair kit 134
Changing a wheel 139
Changing a bulb 144
Changing a fuse 150
Battery 155
Energy economy mode 157
Changing a wiper blade 157
Towing the vehicle 158
Towing a trailer 159
Fitting roof bars 161
Accessories 162
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PRACTICAL
INFORMATION 134 Î 163
Petrol engines 164
Petrol weights 166
Diesel engines 172
Diesel weights 173
Dimensions 176
Identification markings 177
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TECHNICAL
DATA 164 Î 177
AUDIO EQUIPMENT and
TELEMATICS 178 Î 236
Emergency or assistance 179
Peugeot Connect Navigation 181
Peugeot Connect Sound 215
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ALPHABETICAL
INDEX 242 Î 245
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VISUAL
SEARCH 237 Î 241
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FAMILIARISATION
EXTERIOR
Panoramic sunroof
This mainly glazed roof provides incom-
parable visibility and light in the passen-
ger compartment.
 80
Temporary tyre repair kit
This kit is a complete system, consisting
of a compressor and an integral sealant,
for the temporary repair of a tyre.
 134
Rear parking sensors
This system provides a warn-
ing when reversing by detect-
ing obstacles located behind
the vehicle.
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FAMILIARISATION
ACCESS
Remote control key
A. Unfolding/Folding the key.
B. Unlocking the vehicle.
C. Normal locking
or
Deadlocking the vehicle.
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Fuel tank
1. Opening the fuel filler flap.
2. Opening and hooking the fuel filler
cap.
Capacity of the tank: approximately
50 litres (petrol) or 48 litres (Diesel).
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Bonnet
A. Interior release lever.
B. Exterior safety catch.
C. Bonnet stay.
 126
On Diesel vehicles, the fuel filler
neck incorporates a misfuel preven-
tion device which prevents filling
with petrol.
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FAMILIARISATION
ACCESS
Boot
1. Unlocking the vehicle.
2. Opening the boot.
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Panoramic sunroof (SW)
1. Opening the blind.
2. Closing the blind.
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FAMILIARISATION
INTERIOR
Dual-zone digital air conditioning
This system allows different levels of
comfort to be set for the driver and
front passenger. It then automatically
controls these levels according to the
ambient conditions.
 50
Distance recorder
The trip distance recorder is reset to
zero by pressing the right-hand button
on the instrument panel for more than
two seconds.
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Audio and communication systems
These systems benefit from the latest
technology: MP3 compatible Peugeot
Connect Sound, Peugeot Connect
USB with Bluetooth hands-free sys-
tem, Peugeot Connect Navigation,
auxiliary sockets.
Peugeot Connect Navigation  181
Peugeot Connect Sound  215
Peugeot Connect USB  222
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FAMILIARISATION
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Audio equipment steering mounted
control stalk.
2. Steering lock and ignition.
3. Wipers/screenwash/trip computer
control stalk.
4. Instrument panel.
5. Driver’s airbag.
Horn.
6. Dynamic stability control
(ESP/ASR) button.
Central locking button.
Alarm button.
Electric child lock button.
7. Gear lever.
8. Parking brake.
9. Panoramic sunroof blind control
(SW).
10. Door mirror controls.
Electric window controls.
Rear electric windows deactivation
switch.
11. Headlamp height adjustment.
12. Front door window demist/defrost
vent.
13. Side adjustable air vent.
14. Windscreen demist/defrost vent.
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FAMILIARISATION
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Steering wheel adjustment control.
2. Cruise control/speed limiter
switches.
3. Lighting and direction indicator
control stalk.
4. Hazard warning lamps switch.
5. Multifunction screen.
Seat belt fastening status warning
lamps.
6. Sunshine sensor.
7. Passenger’s airbag.
8. Speaker (tweeter).
9. Glove box/Passenger’s airbag
deactivation/Audio/video sockets/
Fusebox.
10. Bonnet release lever.
11. Front ashtray.
12. 12 V accessory socket.
13. USB port.
14. Heating/air conditioning controls.
15. Storage compartment.
16. Peugeot Connect Sound, or
Peugeot Connect Navigation.
17. Central adjustable air vents.
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FAMILIARISATION
SITTING COMFORTABLY
Also...
5. Access to the rear seats (3-door).
6. Armrest (except 3-door).
Front seat adjustment Steering wheel adjustment
1. Forwards-backwards adjustment.
2. Height adjustment.
3. Seat back angle adjustment.
4. Head restraint height adjustment.
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1. Unlocking the steering wheel adjust-
ment.
2. Height and reach adjustment.
3. Locking the steering wheel adjustment.
As a safety precaution, these opera-
tions must only be carried out when sta-
tionary.
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FAMILIARISATION
SITTING COMFORTABLY
Door mirror adjustment
A. Selecting the mirror.
B. Adjusting the position of the mirror.
C. De-selecting the mirror.
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Also...
D. Folding/Unfolding.
Rear view mirror adjustment
1. Selecting the "day" position of the
mirror.
2. Adjusting the mirror.
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Front seat belts
1. Fastening
2. Height adjustment.
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FAMILIARISATION
SEEING CLEARLY
Lighting
Ring A Switching on "AUTO" mode
) Push the stalk downwards and re-
lease it.
Ring B
Stalk A: windscreen wipers
2. Fast wipe.
1. Normal wipe.
I. Intermittent wipe.
0. Park.
AUTO È Automatic wiping or single wipe.
Wash-wipe: pull the stalk towards you.
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Wipers
Switching off "AUTO" mode
) Push the stalk upwards and return it
to position "0".
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Lighting off.
Sidelamps.
Dipped/main beam headlamps.
Rear foglamps.
or
Front and rear foglamps.
Automatic illumination of headlamps.
Ring B: rear wiper
Park.
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Intermittent wipe.
Screenwash.
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FAMILIARISATION
Digital air conditioning: use of the fully automatic mode by pressing the"AUTO" button is recommended.
I require ...
Heating or Manual air conditioning
Air distribution Air flow
Air recirculation/
Exterior air intake
Temperature Manual A/C
HEAT „ „ „ „ „
COOL „ „ „ „ „
DEMISTING
DEFROSTING
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VENTILATION
Advice on interior settings
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FAMILIARISATION
MONITORING
Instrument panel
A. With the ignition on, the fuel gauge
needle should rise.
B. With the engine running, the associ-
ated low level warning lamp should
switch off.
C. With the ignition on, the oil level in-
dicator should display "OIL OK" for
a few seconds.
If the levels are not correct, top up the
level which is low.
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1. With the ignition on, the orange and
red warning lamps come on.
2. With the engine running, these
warning lamps should go off.
If a warning lamp remains on, refer to
the page concerned.
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Warning lamps
* Except 3-door.
Lighting of the indicator lamp indicates
the status of the corresponding function.
A. Deactivation of the ESP/ASR system.
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B. Central locking.
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C. Deactivation of the interior volumetric
protection alarm.
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D. Activation of the electric child lock*.
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Switch panel
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FAMILIARISATION
Front passenger’s airbag
STARTING
1. Open the glove box.
2. Insert the key.
3. Select position:
"ON" (activation), with front passen-
ger or "forwards facing" child seat,
"OFF" (deactivation), with "rear fac-
ing" child seat".
4. Remove the key keeping the switch
in the new position.
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Ignition switch
A. Front left seat belt not fastened or
unfastened warning lamp on in red.
B. Front right seat belt not fastened or
unfastened warning lamp on in red.
C. Rear left seat belt not fastened or
unfastened warning lamp on in red.
D. Rear centre seat belt not fastened
or unfastened warning lamp on in
red.
E. Rear right seat belt not fastened or
unfastened warning lamp on in red.
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Front and rear seat belts
1. Stop position.
2. Ignition position.
3. Starting position.
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PASSENGER SAFETY
Aheavy object (key fob...), attached
to the key and weighing down on
its shaft in the ignition switch, could
cause a malfunction.
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FAMILIARISATION
DRIVING SAFELY
Speed limiter "LIMIT" Instrument panel display
1. Selecting/Switching off speed limiter
mode.
2. Decrease the programmed value.
3. Increase the programmed value.
4. Speed limiter on/off.
The values must be set with the engine
running.
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The cruise control or speed limiter mode
appears in the instrument panel when it
is selected.
1. Selecting/Switching off cruise con-
trol mode.
2. Decrease the programmed value.
3. Increase the programmed value.
4. Cruise control off/resume.
In order to be programmed or activated,
the vehicle speed must be higher than
25 mph (40 km/h), with at least fourth
gear engaged on a manual gearbox
(second gear on an automatic gearbox).
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Cruise control "CRUISE"
Cruise control
Speed limiter
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ECO-DRIVING
Eco-driving is a range of everyday practices that allow the motorist to optimise their fuel consumption and CO2
emissions.
Optimise the use of your
gearbox
With a manual gearbox, move off gen-
tly, change up without waiting and
drive by changing up quite soon. If
your vehicle has the system, the gear
shift indicator invites you to change
up; it is displayed in the incstrument
panel, follow its instructions.
With an automatic or electronic gear-
box, stay in Drive "D" or Auto "A",
according to the type of gear selector,
without pressing the accelerator pedal
heavily or suddenly.
Drive smoothly
Maintain a safe distance between vehi-
cles, use engine braking rather than the
brake pedal, and press the accelerator
progressively. These attitudes contribute
towards a reduction in fuel consump-
tion and CO2
emissions and also helps
reduce the background traffic noise.
When the traffic is flowing well, and if
you have cruise control, make use of
the system at speeds above 25 mph
(40 km/h).
Control the use of your
electrical equipment
Before moving off, if the passenger
compartment is too warm, ventilate it by
opening the windows and air vents be-
fore using the air conditioning.
Above 30 mph (50 km/h), close the win-
dows and leave the air vents open.
Remember to make use of equipment
that can help keep the temperature in
the passenger compartment down (sun
roof and window blinds...).
Switch off the air conditioning, unless
it has automatic digital regulation, as
soon as the desired temperature is at-
tained.
Switch off the demisting and defrosting
controls, if not automatic.
Switch off the heated seat as soon as
possible.
Switch off the headlamps and front fo-
glamps on when the level of light does
not require their use.
Avoid running the engine before moving
off, particularly in winter; your vehicle will
warm up much faster while driving.
As a passenger, if you avoid connecting
your multimedia devices (film, music,
video game...), you will contribute to-
wards limiting the consumption of elec-
trical energy, and so of fuel.
Disconnect your portable devices before
leaving the vehicle.
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Limit the causes of excess
consumption
Spread loads throughout the vehicle;
place the heaviest items in the bottom
of the boot, as close as possible to the
rear seats.
Limit the loads carried in the vehicle
and reduce wind resistance (roof bars,
roof rack, bicycle carrier, trailer...). Use
a roof box in preference.
Remove roof bars and roof racks after
use.
At the end of winter, remove snow
tyres and refit your summer tyres.
Observe the recommendations
on maintenance
Check the tyre pressures regularly,
when cold, referring to the label in the
door aperture, driver's side.
Carry out this check in particular:
- before a long journey,
- at each change of season,
- after a long period out of use.
Don't forget the spare wheel and the
tyres on any trailer or caravan.
Have your vehicle serviced regularly (en-
gine oil, oil filter, air filter...) and observe the
schedule of operations recommended by
the manufacturer.
When refuelling, do not continue after
the 3rd cut-off of the nozzle to avoid
any overflow.
At the wheel of your new vehicle, it is only
after the first 1 800 miles (3 000 kilometres)
that you will see the fuel consumption settle
down to a consistent average.
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PETROL - DIESEL, MANUAL OR AUTOMATIC GEARBOX
INSTRUMENT PANELS
Panel which groups together the vehicle
operation dials and indicator lamps.
5. Screen.
6. Display zero reset button.
Resets the selected function to zero
(trip distance recorder or service
indicator).
7. Instrument panel lighting button.
Adjusts the brightness of the lighting
of the instruments and controls.
8. Automatic gearbox.
Indicates the programme selected
and the gear engaged.
Dials
1. Rev counter.
Indicates the speed of rotation of the
engine (x 1 000 rpm).
2. Fuel gauge.
Indicates the quantity of fuel remaining
in the tank.
3. Coolant temperature.
Indicates the temperature of the engine
coolant (° Celsius).
4. Speedometer.
Indicates the current speed of the
moving vehicle (mph or km/h).
A. Speed limiter.
or
Cruise control.
(mph or km/h)
B. Trip distance recorder.
(miles or km)
C. Service indicator.
(miles or km) then,
Engine oil level indicator.
then
Distance recorder.
(miles or km)
These three functions are displayed
in succession when the ignition is
switched on.
Screen
For more information, refer to the section
which corresponds to the function and to
the display associated with it.
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Indicator and warning lamps
Visual indicators informing the driver that a system is in operation (operation or
deactivation indicator lamps) or of the occurrence of a fault (warning lamp).
When the ignition is switched on
Certain warning lamps come on for a few seconds when the vehicle's ignition is switched on.
When the engine is started, these same warning lamps should go off.
If they remain on, before moving off, refer to the information on the warning lamp
concerned.
Associated warnings
The illumination of certain warning lamps may be accompanied by an audible
signal and a message in the multifunction screen.
The warning lamps may come on
continuously (fixed) or flash.
Certain warning lamps may come
on in two different modes. Only by
relating the type of illumination to
the operating status of the vehicle
can it be ascertained whether the
situation is normal or whether a
fault has occurred.
Operation indicator lamps
If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confirms that the corresponding
system has come into operation.
Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
Left-hand
direction
indicator
flashing with
buzzer.
The lighting stalk is pushed
down.
Right-hand
direction
indicator
flashing with
buzzer.
The lighting stalk is pushed
up.
Dipped beam
headlamps
fixed.
The lighting stalk is in the
"Dipped beam headlamps"
position.
Main beam
headlamps
fixed.
The lighting stalk is pulled
towards you.
Pull the stalk to return to dipped beam
headlamps.
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Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
Front
foglamps
fixed.
The front foglamps are
switched on.
Turn the ring on the stalk rearwards twice to
switch off the front foglamps.
Rear
foglamps
fixed.
The rear foglamps are
switched on.
Turn the ring on the stalk rearwards to switch off
the rear foglamps.
Diesel engine
pre-heating
fixed.
The ignition switch is at the
2nd position (ignition on).
Wait until the warning lamp has switched off before starting.
The duration for which the warning lamp is on is
determined by the climatic conditions.
Parking brake fixed.
The parking brake is
applied or not properly
released.
Release the parking brake to switch off the
warning lamp, keeping your foot on the brake
pedal.
Observe the safety recommendations.
For further information on the parking brake, refer
to the "Driving" section.
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Deactivation indicator lamps
If one of the following indicator lamps comes on, this confirms that the corresponding system has been switched off intentionally.
This is may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message on the multifunction screen.
Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
Passenger's
airbag
system
fixed.
The control, located in the
glove box, is set to the OFF
position.
The passenger's front
airbag is deactivated.
In this case you can install
a "rear facing" child seat.
Set the control to the ON position to activate
the passenger's front airbag.
In this case, do not fit a child seat in the
rear-facing position.
ESP/ASR fixed.
The button, located
in the centre of
the dashboard,
is pressed. Its
indicator lamp is on.
The ESP/ASR is deactivated.
ESP: electronic stability
programme.
ASR: anti-skid regulation.
Press the button again to reactivate the ESP/ASR
manually. Its indicator lamp goes off.
From approximately 30 mph (50 km/h),
the system is reactivated automatically.
The ESP/ASR system is reactivated
automatically when the vehicle is started.
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Warning lamps
When the engine is running or the
vehicle is being driven, the illumination
of one of the following warning lamps
indicates a fault which requires action
on the part of the driver.
Any fault resulting in the illumination of a warning lamp must be investigated
further by reading the associated message in the multifunction screen.
If you encounter any problems, do not hesitate to contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.
Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
STOP
fixed, alone
or associated
with another
warning lamp,
accompanied
by an audible
signal and a
message on
the screen.
Illumination of the warning
lamp is associated with a
serious braking system or
engine coolant temperature
problem.
Stop as soon as it is safe to do so as the engine
may cut out when driving.
Park, switch off the ignition and call a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop.
Service
temporarily.
Minor problems have
occurred for which there is
no specific warning lamp.
Identify the problem by reading the message
shown in the screen, such as, for example:
- the engine oil level,
- the screenwash level,
- the remote control battery,
- saturation of the particle emission filter on
Diesel vehicles (see "Checks - § particle
emissions filter").
For any other faults, contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.
fixed.
Major problems have
occurred for which there is
no specific warning lamp.
Identify the problem by reading the message
shown in the screen and contact a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop.
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Braking
fixed,
associated
with the STOP
warning lamp.
The braking system fluid
level is too low.
You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
Top up with brake fluid recommended by
PEUGEOT.
If the problem persists, have the system checked
by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
+ fixed, associated
with the STOP
and ABS
warning lamp.
The electronic brake force
distribution (EBFD) system
has a fault.
You must stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT or a qualified
workshop.
Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
Anti-lock
Braking
System
(ABS)
fixed.
The anti-lock braking
system has a fault.
The vehicle retains conventional braking.
Drive carefully at reduced speed and contact
a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop
without delay.
Dynamic
stability
control
(ESP/ASR)
flashing.
The ESP/ASR regulation is
active.
The system optimises traction and improves the
directional stability of the vehicle.
fixed.
Unless it has been
deactivated (button pressed
and its indicator lamp on) the
ESP/ASR system has a fault.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT or a qualified
workshop.
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Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
Maximum
coolant
temperature
fixed red.
The temperature of the
cooling system is too high.
Stop as soon as it is safe to do so.
Wait until the engine has cooled down before
topping up the level, if necessary.
If the problem persists, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer or qualified workshop.
Engine oil
pressure
fixed.
There is a fault with the
engine lubrication system.
You must stop as soon it is safe to do so.
Park, switch off the ignition and contact a
PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.
Engine
autodiagnosis
system
fixed.
The emission control
system has a fault.
The warning lamp should go off when the engine
is started.
If it does not go off, contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or qualified workshop without delay.
flashing.
The engine management
system has a fault.
Risk of destruction of the catalytic converter.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.
Low fuel level fixed.
When it first comes on there
remains approximately
5 litres of fuel in the tank.
You must refuel as soon as possible to avoid
running out of fuel.
This warning lamp will come on every time the
ignition is switched on, until a sufficient addition
of fuel is made.
Fuel tank capacity: approximately 50 litres
(petrol) or 48 litres (Diesel).
Never continue to drive until you run out of fuel
as this could damage the emission control and
injection systems.
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Battery
charge
fixed.
The battery charging circuit
has a fault (dirty or loose
terminals, slack or cut
alternator belt, ...).
The warning lamp should go off when the engine
is started.
If it does not go off, contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.
Door(s) open
fixed if the
speed is
below 6 mph
(10 km/h).
A door or the boot is still
open.
Close the door or boot.
fixed and
accompanied
by an audible
signal if the
speed is
above 6 mph
(10 km/h).
Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
Airbags
temporarily.
This lamp comes on for a
few seconds when you turn
on the ignition, then goes
off.
This lamp should go off when the engine is
started.
If it does not go off, contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.
fixed.
One of the airbag or seat
belt pretensioner systems
has a fault.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.
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Front seat
belt not
fastened/
unfastened
fixed then
flashing
accompanied
by an
increasing
audible signal.
The driver and/or the front
passenger has not fastened
or has unfastened their seat
belt.
Pull the strap then insert the tongue in the
buckle.
Rear seat belt
not fastened/
unfastened
fixed then
flashing
accompanied
by an audible
signal.
One or more rear
passengers have
unfastened their seat belt.
Power
steering
fixed.
The power steering has a
fault.
Drive carefully at reduced speed.
Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a
qualified workshop.
Water in
Diesel
fixed.
The Diesel fuel filter
contains water.
Risk of damage to the injection system on Diesel
engines.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop without delay.
Warning lamp is on Cause Action/Observations
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Service indicator
System which informs the driver when
the next service is due, in accordance
with the manufacturer's servicing
schedule.
The point at which the service is due is cal-
culated from the last indicator zero reset. It
is determined by two parameters:
- the distance travelled,
- the time elapsed since the last service.
More than 1 000 km remain before
the next service is due
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the spanner symbolising
the service operations comes on. The
distance recorder display line indicates
the distance remaining before the next
service is due.
Example: 4 800 km remain before the
next service is due.
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the display indicates:
5 seconds after the ignition is switched
on, the spanner goes off; the distance
recorder resumes its normal operation.
The display then indicates the total and
trip distances.
Less than 1 000 km remain before
the next service is due
Example: 900 km remain before the
next service is due.
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the display indicates:
5 seconds after the ignition is switched
on, the distance recorder resumes its
normal operation. The spanner re-
mains on to indicate that a service
must be carried out soon.
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The distance remaining may be
weighted by the time factor, de-
pending on the driver's driving
habits.
Therefore, the spanner may also
come on if you have exceeded the
two year service interval.
Service overdue
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the spanner flashes to
indicate that the service must be carried
out as soon as possible.
Example: the service is overdue by
300 km.
For 5 seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the display indicates:
5 seconds after the ignition is switched
on, the distance recorder resumes its
normal operation. The spanner re-
mains on.
Service indicator zero reset
After each service, the service indicator
must be reset to zero.
The procedure for resetting to zero is as
follows:
) switch off the ignition,
) press and hold the trip distance re-
corder zero reset button,
) switch on the ignition; the distance
recorder display begins a count-
down,
) when the display indicates "=0", release
the button; the spanner disappears.
Following this operation, if you
wish to disconnect the battery,
lock the vehicle and wait at least
five minutes for the zero reset to
be taken into account.
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The level shown will only be cor-
rect if the vehicle is on level ground
and the engine has been off for
more than 30 minutes.
Engine oil level indicator
System which informs the driver whether
the engine oil level is correct or not.
This information is indicated for a few
seconds when the ignition is switched
on, after the service information.
Oil level correct Oil level indicator fault
Dipstick
This is indicated by the flashing of
"OIL", linked with the service warning
lamp, accompanied by an audible sig-
nal and a message in the multifunction
screen.
If the low oil level is confirmed by a
check using the dipstick, the level must
be topped up to prevent damage to the
engine.
This is indicated by the flashing of "OIL--".
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.
Refer to the "Checks" section to locate
the dipstick and the oil filler cap on your
engine.
There are 2 marks on the
dipstick:
- A = max; never exceed
this level (risk of dam-
age to the engine),
- B = min; top up the lev-
el via the oil filler cap,
using the grade of oil
suited to your engine.
Oil level low
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Coolant temperature indicator
System which informs the driver of the
changes in the temperature of the en-
gine coolant while driving.
With the engine running, when the nee-
dle is:
- in zone A, the temperature is correct,
- in zone B, the temperature is too
high; the max temperature warning
lamp 1 and the central STOP warn-
ing lamp come on, accompanied by
an audible signal and a message in
the multifunction screen.
You MUST stop as soon as it is safe
to do so.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified
workshop.
After driving for a few minutes, the tem-
perature and pressure in the cooling
system increase.
To top up the level:
) wait for the engine to cool,
) unscrew the cap by two turns to allow
the pressure to drop,
) when the pressure has dropped, re-
move the cap,
) top up the level to the "MAX" mark
(circular line).
On petrol engines, the cooling of the
engine is managed electronically to
reduce fuel consumption. Conse-
quently, the coolant temperature
levels are no longer simply linked
with the external ambient conditions
and the use of the vehicle.
For example, in town, it is normal
for the coolant temperature to be
slightly higher in cold weather than
in hot weather (normal operation
may lead to a temperature of over
100 °).
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Total distance recorder
System which measures the total dis-
tance travelled by the vehicle during its
life.
Lighting dimmer
Permits manual adjustment of the bright-
ness of the instruments and controls to suit
the ambient light level. Only operates when
the vehicle lighting is on, with the exception
of the daytime running lamps.
The total and trip distances are displayed
for thirty seconds when the ignition is
switched off, when the driver's door is
opened and when the vehicle is locked
or unlocked.
Trip distance recorder
System which measures a distance
travelled during a day or other period
since it was reset to zero by the driver.
) With the ignition on, press the button
until zeros appear.
Activation
) Press the button to change the
brightness of the instruments and
controls.
) When the lighting reaches the mini-
mum setting, release the button,
then press again to increase it.
or
) When the lighting reaches the maxi-
mum setting, release the button,
then press again to reduce it.
) When the lighting reaches the level of
brightness required, release the button.
Deactivation
When the vehicle lighting is off, or in
day mode on vehicles fitted with day-
time running lamps, pressing the button
does not have any effect.
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Displays on the screen
This displays the following information:
- time,
- date,
- ambient temperature* (this flashes if
there is a risk of ice),
- status of the openings (doors, boot, ...),
- trip computer (refer to the end of the
section).
Warning messages (e.g.: "Emission
control system faulty") or information
messages (e.g.: "Boot open") may ap-
pear temporarily. These can be cleared
by pressing the "ESC" button.
(WITHOUT PEUGEOT CONNECT SOUND)
Controls Main menu
There are three display control buttons:
- "ESC" to abandon the operation in
progress,
- "MENU" to scroll through the menus
or sub-menus,
- "OK" to select the menu or sub-
menu required.
) Press the "MENU" button to scroll
through the various menus of the
main menu:
- vehicle configuration,
- options,
- display settings,
- language,
- units.
) Press the "OK" button to select the
menu required.
* With air conditioning only.
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Options
Once the "Options" menu has been
selected, you can start diagnostics of
the status of the equipment (active, not
active, faulty).
Language
Once the "Language" menu has been
selected, you can change the language
used by the display (Français, Italiano,
Nederlands, Portugues, Portugues-
Brasil, Deutsch, English, Espanol).
Display settings
Once the "Display settings" menu has
been selected, you can gain access to
the following settings:
- year,
- month,
- day,
- hour,
- minutes,
- 12 or 24 hour mode.
) Wait for approximately ten sec-
onds without any action to allow
the changed data to be recorded or
press the "ESC" button to cancel.
The screen then returns to the normal
display.
Once the "Vehicle configuration" menu
has been selected, you can activate or
deactivate the following equipment:
- wiper linked with reverse gear (refer
to the "Visibility" section),
- "guide-me-home" lighting (refer to
the "Visibility" section).
For safety reasons, configuration
of the multifunction screen by the
driver must only be done when
stationary.
Units
Once the "Units" menu has been se-
lected, you can change the units of the
following parameters:
- temperature (°C or °F),
- fuel consumption (l/100 km, mpg or
km/l).
Vehicle configuration
) Once you have selected a setting,
press the "OK" button to change its
value.
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MONOCHROME SCREEN A
(WITH PEUGEOT CONNECT SOUND)
Controls
Displays in the screen
This displays the following information:
- time,
- date,
- ambient temperature* (this flashes if
there is a risk of ice),
- status of the openings (doors, boot, ...),
- audio sources (radio, CD, ...),
- trip computer (refer to the end of the
section).
Warning messages (e.g.: "Emission
control system faulty") or information
messages (e.g.: "Boot open") may ap-
pear temporarily. These can be cleared
by pressing the "ESC" button.
Main menu
) Press the "MENU" button for access
to the main menu, then press the
"" or "" buttons to scroll through
the various menus:
- radio-CD,
- vehicle configuration,
- options,
- display settings,
- language,
- units.
) Press the "OK" button to select the
menu required.
From the audio equipment control panel,
you can:
) press the "MENU" button to gain
access to the main menu,
) press the "" or "" buttons to scroll
through the items on the screen,
) press the "MODE" button to change
the permanent application (trip com-
puter, audio source, ...),
) press the "" or "" buttons to
change a setting value,
) press the "OK" button to confirm,
or
) press the "ESC" button to abandon
the operation in progress.
Radio-CD
With the audio equipment switched on,
once the "Radio-CD" menu has been
selected you can activate or deactivate
the functions linked with use of the ra-
dio (RDS, REG) or the CD (introscan,
shuffle, CD repeat).
For more information on the "Radio-
CD" application, refer to the Peugeot
Connect Sound part of the "Audio and
Telematics" section.
* With air conditioning only.
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For safety reasons, configuration
of the multifunction screen by the
driver must only be done when
stationary.
Display settings
Once the "Display settings" menu has
been selected, you can gain access to
the following settings:
- year,
- month,
- day,
- hour,
- minutes,
- 12 or 24 hour mode.
Language
Once the "Language" menu has been
selected, you can change the language
used by the display (Français, Italiano,
Nederlands, Portugues, Portugues-
Brasil, Deutsch, English, Espanol).
Units
Once the "Units" menu has been se-
lected, you can change the units of the
following parameters:
- temperature (°C or °F),
- fuel consumption (l/100 km, mpg or
km/l).
) Once you have selected a setting,
press the "" or "" buttons to
change its value.
) Press the "" or "" buttons to
switch respectively to the previous
or next setting.
) Press the "OK" button to record
the change and return to the normal
display or press the "ESC" button to
cancel.
Vehicle configuration
Options
Once the "Options" menu has been
selected, you can start diagnostics of
the status of the equipment (active, not
active, faulty).
Once the "Vehicle Configuration" menu
has been selected, you can activate or
deactivate the following equipment:
- wiper linked with reverse gear (refer
to the "Visibility" section),
- "guide-me-home" lighting (refer to
the "Visibility" section).
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MONOCHROME SCREEN C
(WITH PEUGEOT CONNECT SOUND)
Main menu
Displays in the screen
This displays the following information:
- time,
- date,
- ambient temperature* (this flashes if
there is a risk of ice),
- status of the openings (doors, boot...),
- audio sources (radio, CD...),
- trip computer (refer to the end of the
section).
Warning messages (e.g.: "Emission
control system faulty") or information
messages (e.g.: "Automatic headlamp
lighting activated") may appear tempo-
rarily. These can be cleared by pressing
the "ESC" button.
Controls
From the audio equipment control panel,
you can:
) press the "MENU" button to gain
access to the main menu,
) press the "" or "" buttons to scroll
through the items on the screen,
) press the "MODE" button to change
the permanent application (trip com-
puter, audio source...),
) press the "" or "" buttons to
change a setting value,
) press the "OK" button to confirm,
or
) press the "ESC" button to abandon
the operation in progress.
"Audio functions" menu
With the audio equipment switched on,
once this menu has been selected you
can activate or deactivate the functions
linked with use of the radio (RDS, REG,
RadioText) or the CD (introscan, shuf-
fle, CD repeat).
For more information on the "Audio
functions" application, refer to the
Peugeot Connect Sound part of the
"Audio and Telematics" section.
* With air conditioning only.
) Press the "MENU" button for access
to the main menu:
- audio functions,
- trip computer (refer to the end of
the section),
- personalisation-configuration,
- telephone (Bluetooth hands-free
system).
) Press the " " buttons to select
the menu required, then confirm by
pressing the "OK" button.
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"Trip computer" menu
Once this menu has been selected, you
can consult information concerning the
status of the vehicle (alert log, status of
the functions...).
) Press the "MENU" button to gain
access to the general menu.
) Press the arrows, then the "OK" button
to select the "Trip computer" menu.
) On the "Trip computer" menu,
select one of the following applica-
tions:
Enter the distance to the destination
This allows you to enter an approximate
value for the distance to the final desti-
nation.
Status of functions
This summarises the active or inactive
status of the functions present on the
vehicle.
Alert log
This summarises the active warning
messages, displaying them in succes-
sion in the multifunction screen.
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Define the vehicle parameters
Once this menu has been selected, you
can activate or deactivate the following
equipment:
- wiper linked with reverse gear (refer
to the "Visibility" section),
- "guide-me-home" lighting (refer to
the "Visibility" section),
- rear parking sensors (see "Driving"
section).
Choice of language
Once this menu has been selected,
you can change the screen display
language (Deutsch, English, Espanol,
Français, Italiano, Nederlands, Portugues,
Portugues-Brasil, Türkçe*).
"Telephone" menu
With the audio equipment switched on,
once this menu has been selected you can
configure your Bluetooth hands-free sys-
tem (pairing), consult the various telephone
directories (calls log, services...) and man-
age your communications (pick up, hang
up, call waiting, secret mode...).
For further details concerning the "Tele-
phone" application, refer to the Peugeot
Connect Sound part of the "Audio and
Telematics" section.
Example: setting of the duration of the
"guide-me-home" lighting
"Personalisation-Configuration"
menu
Once this menu has been selected, you
can gain access to the following func-
tions:
- define the vehicle parameters,
- display configuration,
- choice of language.
) Press the "" or "" buttons, then
the "OK" button to select the menu
required.
) Press the "" or "" buttons, then
the "OK" button to select the "Guide-
me-home headlamps" line.
) Press the "" or "" buttons to set
the value required (15, 30 or 60 sec-
onds), then press the "OK" button to
confirm.
) Press the "" or "" buttons, then
the "OK" button to select the "OK"
box and confirm or press the "ESC"
button to cancel.
Display configuration
Once this menu has been selected, you
can gain access to the following set-
tings:
- brightness-video setting,
- date and time setting,
- selection of the units.
For safety reasons, configuration
of the multifunction screen by the
driver must only be done when sta-
tionary.
* According to country.
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16/9 COLOUR SCREEN
(WITH PEUGEOT CONNECT NAVIGATION)
For more information on these ap-
plications, refer to the "Audio and
Telematics" section or to the spe-
cific user guide given to you with
the other owner's documents.
Displays on the screen
This displays the following information
automatically and directly:
- time,
- date,
- altitude,
- ambient temperature (the value dis-
played flashes if there is a risk of
ice),
- check on openings,
- warning and vehicle function status
messages, displayed temporarily,
- audio functions,
- trip computer information,
- satellite navigation system information.
Controls
From the Peugeot Connect Navigation
control panel, to select one of the ap-
plications:
) press the dedicated "RADIO",
"MUSIC", "NAV", "TRAFFIC",
"SETUP" or "PHONE" button for
access to the corresponding menu,
) turn the navigator to move the se-
lection,
) press the navigator to confirm the
selection,
or
) press the "ESC" button to abandon
the current operation and return to
the previous display.
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"SETUP" menu
) Press the "SETUP" button for access
to the "SETUP" menu. This allows
you to select from the following func-
tions:
- "System language",
- "Date and time",
- "Display",
- "Vehicle",
- "Units",
- "System".
System language
Thismenuallowsyoutoselectthelanguage
used by the display: Deutsch, English,
Espanol, Français, Italiano, Nederlands,
Polski, Portugues, Türkçe*.
* According to country.
Date and time
This menu allows you to set the date
and time, the format of the date and the
format of the time (refer to the "Audio
and Telematics" section or to the specif-
ic user guide given to you with the other
owner's documents).
Display
This menu allows you to set the bright-
ness of the screen, the screen colour
scheme and the colour of the map (day/
night or auto mode).
Vehicle
This menu allows you to activate or
deactivate certain driving and comfort
equipment:
- wiper linked with reverse gear (refer
to the "Visibility" section),
- guide-me-home lighting and duration
(refer to the "Visibility" section).
Units
This menu allows you to select the
units: temperature (°C or °F) and con-
sumption (km/l, l/100 or mpg).
System
This menu allows you to restore the fac-
tory configuration, display the software
version and activate scrolling text.
For safety reasons, configuration
of the multifunction screen by the
driver must only be done when
stationary.
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TRIP COMPUTER
) Press the button, located at the end
of the wiper stalk, to display the
various items of trip computer data
in succession.
The trip computer provides the following
information:
System which provides current informa-
tion concerning the trip travelled (range,
fuel consumption...).
) Press the control for more than
two seconds to reset to zero the
distance travelled, the average
fuel consumption and the average
speed.
Monochrome screen A
Zero reset
Information displays
- range,
- current fuel consumption,
- distance travelled,
- average fuel consumption,
- average speed.
) The next press then returns you to
the normal display.
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16/9 colour screen
- the current information
tab with:
● the range,
● the current fuel
consumption,
● the distance remaining
to be travelled,
Trip zero reset
Monochrome screen C
) Press the button, located at the end
of the wiper stalk, to display the
various trip computer tabs in suc-
cession:
Information displays
) When the trip required is displayed,
press the control for more than
two seconds.
- the trip "1" tab with:
● the distance travelled,
● the average fuel
consumption,
● the average speed,
for the first trip.
- the trip "2" tab with:
● the distance travelled,
● the average fuel
consumption,
● the average speed,
for the second trip.
TRIP COMPUTER
System which provides current infor-
mation concerning the route travelled
(range, fuel consumption, …).
Trips "1" and "2" are independent but
their use is identical.
For example, trip "1" can be used for
daily figures and trip "2" for monthly
figures.
) Press again to return to the normal
display.
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Distance remaining to be
travelled
(miles or km)
This is the distance remaining
to be travelled to the final destination. It
is calculated either instantly by the navi-
gation system if guidance is activated,
or entered by the user.
If the distance is not entered, dashes
are displayed in place of the digits.
Average speed
(mph or km/h)
This is the average speed cal-
culated since the last trip com-
puter zero reset (ignition on).
Range
(miles or km)
This indicates the number of
miles (or kilometres) which
can still be travelled with the fuel re-
maining in the tank in relation to the
average fuel consumption over the last
few miles (kilometres) travelled.
Current fuel consumption
(l/100 km or km/l or mpg)
This is the average quantity of
fuel consumed over the last few
seconds.
Average fuel
consumption
(l/100 km or km/l or mpg)
This is the average quantity
of fuel consumed since the
last trip computer zero reset.
Distance travelled
(miles or km)
This indicates the distance
travelled since the last trip
computer zero reset.
A few definitions…
When the range falls below 20 miles
(30 km), dashes are displayed. After fill-
ing with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range
is recalculated and is displayed when it
exceeds 60 miles (100 km).
If dashes are displayed continu-
ously while driving in place of the
digits, contact a PEUGEOT dealer
or a qualified workshop.
This function is only displayed
from 20 mph (30 km/h).
This figure may increase following
a change of driving style or relief,
resulting in a significant change in
the current fuel consumption.
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VENTILATION Air treatment
The incoming air follows various routes
depending on the controls selected by
the driver:
- direct arrival in the passenger com-
partment (air intake),
- passage through a heating circuit
(heating),
- passage through a cooling circuit
(air conditioning).
The temperature control enables you to
obtain the level of comfort required by
mixing the air of the various circuits.
The air distribution control enables you
to diffuse the air in the passenger com-
partment combining several air vents.
The air flow control enables you to
increase or reduce the speed of the
ventilation blower.
Air intake
The air circulating in the passenger com-
partment is filtered and originates either
from the outside via the grille located at
the base of the windscreen or from the
inside in air recirculation mode.
Control panel
The controls of this system are grouped
together on control panel A on the centre
console. Depending on the model, the
functions offered are:
- the level of comfort required,
- air flow,
- air distribution,
- demisting-defrosting,
- manual or digital air conditioning
controls.
Air distribution
1. Windscreen demisting-defrosting ents.
2. Front side window demisting-defrosting
vents.
3. Side adjustable air vents.
4. Central adjustable air vents.
5. Air outlets to the front footwells.
6. Air outlets to the rear footwells.
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The condensation created by the
air conditioning results in a dis-
charge of water under the vehicle
which is perfectly normal.
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR VENTILATION AND AIR
CONDITIONING
In order for these systems to be fully effective, follow the operation and main-
tenance guidelines below:
) To obtain an even air distribution, take care not to obstruct the exterior air
intake grilles located at the base of the windscreen, the nozzles, the vents
and the air outlets, as well as the air extractor located in the boot.
) Do not cover the sunshine sensor, located on the dashboard; this is used
for regulation of the digital air conditioning system.
) Operate the air conditioning system for at least 5 to 10 minutes, once or
twice a month to keep it in perfect working order.
) Ensure that the passenger compartment filter is in good condition and have
the filter elements replaced regularly (refer to the "Checks" section).
We recommend the use of a combined passenger compartment filter.
Thanks to its special active additive, it contributes to the purification of
the air breathed by the occupants and the cleanliness of the passenger
compartment (reduction of allergic symptoms, bad odours and greasy de-
posits).
) To ensure correct operation of the air conditioning system, you are also
advised to have it checked regularly as recommended in the Maintenance
and Warranty Guide.
) If the system does not produce cold air, switch it off and contact a PEUGEOT
dealer or a qualified workshop.
When towing the maximum load on a steep gradient in high temperatures,
switching off the air conditioning increases the available engine power and so
improves the towing ability.
If after an extended stop in sunshine, the interior temperature is very high,
first ventilate the passenger compartment for a few moments.
Put the air flow control at a setting high enough to quickly change the air in
the passenger compartment.
The air conditioning system does not contain chlorine and does not present
any danger to the ozone layer.
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2. Air flow adjustment
) Turn the dial from position 1
to position 4 to obtain an
air flow sufficient to ensure
your comfort.
Windscreen, side windows
and footwells.
Footwells.
(vents closed)
Central and side vents.
) Turn the dial from blue
(cold) to red (hot) to adjust
the temperature to suit your
requirements.
Windscreen and side windows.
1. Temperature adjustment
The air distribution can be
adapted by placing the dial
in an intermediate position,
marked by a dot "●".
HEATING/VENTILATION AND
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING
The heating/ventilation or air condition-
ing systems can only operate when the
engine is running.
Manual control panel
4. Air intake/Air recirculation
The intake of exterior air prevents the
formation of mist on the windscreen and
side windows.
The recirculation of interior air prevents
exterior odours and smoke from enter-
ing the passenger compartment.
Return to exterior air intake mode as
soon as possible to avoid deterioration
of the air quality and prevent misting.
Electric control panel
Demisting/defrosting
To quickly demist or defrost the wind-
screen and side windows:
) place the air intake control 4 in the
"Exterior air intake" position,
) place the air distribution dial 3 in the
"Windscreen" position,
) place the temperature dial 1 and the air
flow dial 2 in the maximum position,
) close the central vents,
) switch on the air conditioning by
pressing the "A/C" button.
) If you place the air flow control
in position 0 (deactivation of the
system), the temperature is no
longer maintained at a comfort-
able level. However, a slight
flow of air, due to the movement
of the vehicle, can still be felt.
3. Air distribution adjustment
) Move the manual control to the right to
the "Interior air recirculation" position.
) Move the manual control to the left
to return to the "Exterior air intake"
position.
) Press the button to recircu-
late the interior air. This is
displayed by lighting of the
indicator lamp.
) Press the button again to permit the
intake of exterior air. This is confirmed
by the indicator lamp going off.
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5. Air conditioning On/Off
The air conditioning is de-
signed to operate effectively in
all seasons, with the windows
closed.
The control button is located on
the heating or air conditioning
system control panel.
REAR SCREEN DEMIST -
DEFROST
) Switch off the demisting/de-
frosting of the rear screen
and door mirrors as soon as
appropriate as lower current
consumption results in re-
duced fuel consumption.
If the engine is switched off be-
fore the demisting/defrosting is
switched off automatically, demist-
ing/defrosting will resume next time
the engine is switched on.
Switching on
The rear screen demisting/defrosting
can only operate when the engine is
running.
) Press this button to demist/defrost
the rear screen and (depending on
version) the door mirrors. The indica-
tor lamp associated with the button
comes on.
Switching off
The demisting/defrosting switches off
automatically to prevent an excessive
consumption of current.
) It is possible to stop the demisting/de-
frosting operation before it is switched
off automatically by pressing the but-
ton again. The indicator lamp associ-
ated with the button switches off.
It enables you to:
- lower the temperature, in summer,
- increase the effectiveness of the
demisting, in winter above 0 °C.
Switching on
) Press the "A/C" button, the associ-
ated indicator lamp comes on.
The air conditioning does not operate
when the air flow adjustment dial 2 is
in position "0".
Switching off
) Press the "A/C" button again, the as-
sociated indicator lamp switches off.
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When the engine is cold, to pre-
vent too great a distribution of cold
air, the air flow will only reach its
optimum level gradually.
In cold weather, it favours the dis-
tribution of warm air to the wind-
screen, the side windows and the
footwells only.
On entering the vehicle, if the in-
terior temperature is much colder
or warmer than the comfort value,
there is no need to alter the val-
ue displayed in order to obtain
the required level of comfort. The
system corrects the temperature
difference automatically and as
quickly as possible.
The air conditioning can only operate
with the engine running.
The driver and his front passen-
ger can each set the tempera-
ture to suit their requirements.
) Turn dial 2 or 3 to the left to reduce
the value or to the right to increase it.
A setting around 21 enables you to ob-
tain an optimum level of comfort. De-
pending on your requirements, a setting
between 18 and 24 is usual.
In addition, it is recommended that you
avoid a left/right setting difference of
more than 3.
4. Automatic visibility programme
The automatic comfort pro-
gramme may not be sufficient
to quickly demist or defrost
the windscreen and side win-
dows (humidity, several pas-
sengers, ice...).
) In this case, select the automatic
visibility programme.
The system automatically controls the
air conditioning, the air flow and the air
intake and provides optimum distribu-
tion of the ventilation to the windscreen
and side windows.
Automatic operation
) Press the "AUTO" button.
The "AUTO" symbol is dis-
played.
2. Driver's side adjustment
DUAL-ZONE DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONING
We recommend that you use this mode:
it provides optimised automatic control of
all of the functions, passenger compart-
ment temperature, air flow, air distribu-
tion and air recirculation, in accordance
with the comfort value that you have
selected.
This system is designed to operate ef-
fectively in all seasons, with the win-
dows closed.
The value indicated on the display cor-
responds to a level of comfort and not
to a temperature in degrees Celsius or
Fahrenheit.
1. Automatic comfort programme
3. Passenger's side adjustment

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