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8 Electrical equipment

80A BATTERY

80B HEADLIGHTS

80C XENON BULBS

81A REAR LIGHTING

81B INTERIOR LIGHTING

81C FUSES

82A ENGINE IMMOBILISER

82B HORN

82C ALARM

83A INSTRUMENT PANEL

83C ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM


X84, and J84

77 11 322 102 FEBRUARY 2009 Edition Anglaise

"The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical All copyrights reserved by Renault.
specifications current when it was prepared.
The reproduction or translation in part of whole of the present document, as well as the use
The methods may be modified as a result of changes introduced by the manufacturer in the of the spare parts reference numbering system, are prohibited without the prior written
production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are consent of Renault.
constructed."

© Renault s.a.s 2008


83D CRUISE CONTROL

84A CONTROL - SIGNALS

85A WIPING - WASHING

86A RADIO

86B CAR PHONE

87B
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION
UNIT

87C OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT

87D ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF

87F PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL

87G ENGINE COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT

88A WIRING HARNESS

88C AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS

X84, and J84

77 11 322 102 FEBRUARY 2009 Edition Anglaise

"The repair methods given by the manufacturer in this document are based on the technical All copyrights reserved by Renault.
specifications current when it was prepared.
The reproduction or translation in part of whole of the present document, as well as the use
The methods may be modified as a result of changes introduced by the manufacturer in the of the spare parts reference numbering system, are prohibited without the prior written
production of the various component units and accessories from which his vehicles are consent of Renault.
constructed."

© Renault s.a.s 2008


Scénic II - Section 8 ContentsPage

Scénic II - Section 8

Contents

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80A BATTERY 80B HEADLIGHTS

Battery: Precautions for Headlight adjustment front


repair 80A-1 sensor: Removal - Refitting 80B-45

Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A-2 Headlight adjustment rear


sensor: Removal - Refitting 80B-46
Battery tray: Removal -
Refitting 80A-10 Xenon headlight high voltage
unit: Removal - Refitting 80B-48

80B HEADLIGHTS
80C XENON BULBS
Headlight: List and location
of components 80B-1 Xenon bulb: List and location
of components 80C-1
Front headlight: Removal -
Refitting 80B-7 Xenon headlight: Removal -
Refitting 80C-5
Front headlight: Adjusting 80B-10
Xenon headlights:
Halogen bulb: Removal - Adjustment 80C-6
Refitting 80B-13
Xenon bulb: Removal -
Remote headlight Refitting 80C-10
adjustment motor: Removal -
Refitting 80B-31

Halogen headlight: Removal


- Refitting 80B-33 81A REAR LIGHTING

Halogen headlight:
Rear light on wing: Removal
Adjustment 80B-37
- Refitting 81A-1
Front fog light: Removal -
Rear light bulb: Removal -
Refitting 80B-41
Refitting 81A-4
Side indicator: Removal -
Third brake light: Removal -
Refitting 80B-42
Refitting 81A-6
Remote headlight beam
Number plate light: Removal
adjustment actuator:
- Refitting 81A-8
Removal - Refitting 80B-43
Contents

81B INTERIOR LIGHTING 82A ENGINE IMMOBILISER

Interior lights: List and Starting aerial: Removal -


location of components 81B-1 Refitting 82A-6

Courtesy light: Removal - Remote door locking control


Refitting 81B-4 battery: Removal - Refitting 82A-8

Interior lighting 81B-6

Courtesy light 81B-7


82B HORN
Vanity light: Removal -
Refitting 81B-8
Horn: Removal - Refitting 82B-1
Lower door light: Removal -
Refitting 81B-9

Glovebox light: Removal -


82C ALARM
Refitting 81B-10

Luggage compartment light: Alarm: List and location of


Removal - Refitting 81B-11 components 82C-1

Floor flap switch: Removal -


Refitting 81B-12

Centre console light: 83A INSTRUMENT PANEL


Removal - Refitting 81B-13
Instrument panel: Removal -
Refitting 83A-1

81C FUSES

Fuses: List and location of 83C ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM


components 81C-1
Navigation: List and location
Passenger compartment
of components 83C-1
fuse and relay box: Removal
- Refitting 81C-4 Navigation computer:
Removal - Refitting 83C-7
Additional fuse and relay
box: Removal - Refitting 81C-5 Navigation interface unit:
Removal - Refitting 83C-9

Multimedia network interface


unit: Removal - Refitting 83C-10
82A ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Central control: Removal -
Immobiliser system: List and Refitting 83C-11
location of components 82A-1
Navigation speaker:
Start button: Removal - Removal - Refitting 83C-13
Refitting 82A-2

Steering column electric


lock: Removal - Refitting 82A-3

Card reader: Removal -


Refitting 82A-5
Contents

83D CRUISE CONTROL 85A WIPING - WASHING

Cruise control / speed limiter: Windscreen wiper motor:


List and location of Removal - Refitting 85A-10
components 83D-1
Rear screen wiper arm:
Switch: Removal - Refitting 83D-2 Removal - Refitting 85A-12

Steering wheel switch: Rear screen wiper motor


Removal - Refitting 83D-4 mechanism: Removal -
Refitting 85A-13

Rear screen wiper motor:


Removal - Refitting 85A-16
84A CONTROL - SIGNALS
Rain and light sensor:
Under steering wheel control Removal - Refitting 85A-20
assembly: List and location
Windscreen washer pump:
of components 84A-1
Removal - Refitting 85A-22
Steering wheel controls
Headlight washer pump:
assembly: Removal -
Removal - Refitting 85A-24
Refitting 84A-4
Headlight washer jet:
Wiper switch: Removal -
Removal - Refitting 85A-25
Refitting 84A-7
Windscreen washer jet:
Indicator lighting switch:
Removal - Refitting 85A-26
Removal - Refitting 84A-10
Rear screen washer jet:
Hazard warning lights switch
Removal - Refitting 85A-27
and central locking: Removal
- Refitting 84A-12 Windscreen washer bottle:
Removal - Refitting 85A-28
Lighting dimmer: Removal -
Refitting 84A-13

Door mirror control switch:


Removal - Refitting 84A-14 86A RADIO
Heated rear screen: Repair 84A-15
Audio equipment: List and
location of components 86A-1

Car radio: Removal -


85A WIPING - WASHING Refitting 86A-12

Tuner-amplifier: Removal -
Wipers and washer: List and
Refitting 86A-15
location of components 85A-1
Radio aerial: Removal -
Windscreen wiper blade:
Refitting 86A-19
Removal - Refitting 85A-5
Tweeter: Removal - Refitting 86A-20
Windscreen wiper arm:
Removal - Refitting 85A-6 Front speakers: Removal -
Refitting 86A-21
Windscreen wiper
mechanism: Removal - Rear speakers: Removal -
Refitting 85A-7 Refitting 86A-22
Contents

86A RADIO 87C OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT

CD changer: Removal - Rear screen opening switch:


Refitting 86A-23 Removal - Refitting 87C-11

Display: Removal - Refitting 86A-24 Lock motor for the fuel filling
compartment: Removal -
Radio control satellite: Refitting 87C-12
Removal - Refitting 86A-26

Offset multimedia socket:


Removal - Refitting 86A-27
87D ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF

Electric window: List and


86B CAR PHONE location of components 87D-1

Electric sunroof: List and


Mobile phone: List and location of components 87D-3
location of components 86B-1
Front electric window
Computer: Removal - switches on driver's door
Refitting 86B-3 Removal - Refitting 87D-4
Hands-free microphone: Front electric window switch
Removal - Refitting 86B-4 on the passenger door:
Telephone aerial: Removal - Removal - Refitting 87D-6
Refitting 86B-7 Rear electric window switch:
Telephone control on Removal - Refitting 87D-7
steering wheel Removal - Child safety switch: Removal
Refitting 86B-8 - Refitting 87D-8

Sunroof switch: Removal -


Refitting 87D-9
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
87B Sunroof opening motor
CONNECTION UNIT
Removal - Refitting 87D-10
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B-1

87F PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL


87C OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Parking proximity sensor:
Door management: List and List and location of
location of components 87C-1 components 87F-1
Opening aerial: Removal - Parking proximity sensor
Refitting 87C-5 switch: Removal - Refitting 87F-5
Tailgate opening switch: Parking proximity sensor
Removal - Refitting 87C-8 buzzer: Removal - Refitting 87F-6
Tailgate locking switch:
Removal - Refitting 87C-9
Contents

87F PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 88C AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS

Proximity radar Removal - Side curtain airbag: Removal


Refitting 87F-10 - Refitting 88C-18

Parking proximity sensor Side impact sensor: Removal


computer: Removal - - Refitting 88C-23
Refitting 87F-12
Inhibitor switch: Removal -
Refitting 88C-25

Front lap belt pretensioner:


ENGINE COMPARTMENT CONNECTION
87G Removal - Refitting 88C-26
UNIT
Front buckle pretensioner:
Engine accessories unit:
Removal - Refitting 88C-29
Removal - Refitting 87G-1
Rear pyrotechnic inertia reel:
Protection and Switching
Removal - Refitting 88C-31
Unit: Removal - Refitting 87G-3
Seat runner switch: Removal
- Refitting 88C-34

88A WIRING HARNESS

Computers List and location


of components 88A-1

Diagnostic socket: List and


location of components 88A-2

Headlining wiring: Removal -


Refitting 88A-3

88C AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS

Airbag and Pretensioners:


List and location of
components 88C-1

Airbag and Pretensioners:


Precautions for repair 88C-4

Airbags and pretensioners:


Recycling - Destruction 88C-5

Airbag computer: Removal -


Refitting 88C-7

Driver's front airbag:


Removal - Refitting 88C-11

Passenger front airbag:


Removal - Refitting 88C-13

Front (chest) side airbag:


Removal - Refitting 88C-16
BATTERY
Battery: Precautions for repair 80A
People nearby are at risk (exploded fragments, acid
splashes). Acid splashes are dangerous. They also da-
IMPORTANT mage clothing.
To avoid any risk of damaging the systems, apply Safeguarding against the danger of explosion, which
the safety and cleanliness instructions and opera- can be caused by handling a battery carelessly, must
tion recommendations before carrying out the be taken very seriously.
repair (see Battery: Check) (80A, Battery).

IMPORTANT
I - SAFETY
To avoid all risk of sparks, ensure that all electrical
consumers are fully switched off.
1 - DANGER: RISK FROM ACID LINKED TO
When a battery is being charged inside a building,
HANDLING
switch off the charger before connecting or discon-
Sulphuric acid is a highly aggressive and toxic subs- necting the battery.
tance which corrodes most metals. Do not place any metallic items on the battery as
When handling batteries, it is very important to take the this may create a short circuit across the terminals.
following precautions: Never hold a naked flame, welding gun, blowtorch,
cigarette or lighted match near to a battery.
- protect your eyes by wearing goggles,
- wear acid-proof gloves and clothing.
II - GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS

IMPORTANT
WARNING
A battery contains sulphuric acid, a dangerous
substance. These vehicles are equipped with a battery with low
water consumption. Topping up the electrolyte is
If acid splashes on to your clothing, rinse all conta- therefore prohibited.
minated areas thoroughly in water.
If it comes into contact with the skin or eyes, seek
medical attention.
WARNING

Before disconnecting the battery:


2 - DANGER: RISK OF EXPLOSION LINKED TO
CHARGING AND TO INCORRECT TIGHTENING OF - wait for the motor-driven fan assembly to stop,
THE TERMINALS.
- wait for the computer to finish saving (1 minute).

IMPORTANT
To prevent damaging the battery or even causing it WARNING
to explode, do not place any heat sources or create Some vehicles are only fitted with « TB » (low hei-
any sparks near a charging battery. ght) batteries. To avoid damaging the bonnet, only
refit a battery which is identical to the battery origi-
nally fitted.

WARNING
Incorrect tightening could cause heating of con-
tacts, starting or charging faults, sparking, or could
cause the battery to explode.

When a battery is charging, oxygen and hydrogen are


produced. The mixture of these two gases is explosive.
The smallest of sparks or heat sources can cause an
explosion. The explosion is so strong that the battery
can shatter and spray the acid into the surrounding at-
mosphere.

80A-1
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
Negative battery terminal since 10/01/05

Tightening torquesm

protective fuse wiring 5 Nm


nut

positive battery terminal 6 Nm


nut

battery bracket bolt 12 Nm

negative battery termi- 6 Nm


nal nut

stud nuts on the nega- 6 Nm


tive battery terminal

battery cover bolts 5 Nm

Note:
114339
There are two types of battery terminal depending
on the date of vehicle manufacture:
- vehicle manufactured before 10/01/05 : procedure IMPORTANT
1, Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
- vehicle manufactured since 10/01/05 : procedure
repair.
2.
(see 8 0 A , Battery, Battery: Precautions for
repair, page 80A-1) .
Negative battery terminal before 10/01/05

REMOVAL (PROCEDURE 1)

NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL BEFORE 10/01/05

114340

114340

a Negative battery terminal before 10/01/05.

80A-2
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
a Switch off the ignition.

1 - Disconnection
WARNING

Before disconnecting the battery:


- wait for the motor-driven fan assembly to stop,
- wait for the navigation system to shut down
after cutting the + after ignition feed (approxima-
tely 1 minute).

WARNING
The visual indicator cannot be considered relia-
ble in After-Sales; do not use it to determine the
state of the battery.

101253
a

Note:
Before disconnecting the wiring from the nega-
tive terminal, mark the position of the wires.

a Remove:
- the stud nuts (2) from the negative battery terminal,
- the nut (3) from the negative battery terminal,
- the negative battery terminal.

2 - Removal

101252
a Remove (depending on country):
- the bolts (1) from the battery cover,
- the battery cover.

Note:
Do not add the battery cover if the vehicle is not
fitted with one originally.
101253
a Remove the cover (4) from the positive battery ter-
minal.

80A-3
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
3 - Replacement
a Check that the battery needs replacing (see Techni-
cal Note 6014A, Checking the charging circuit,
16A, Starting-charging, Checking the charging
circuit: Tests).
a Remove the protective battery cover.

REFITTING (PROCEDURE 1)

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION


a Check the battery (see Technical Note 6002A,
Checking and charging batteries before delive-
ring used vehicles and vehicles in After-Sales,
Battery, 80A, Battery: Test).

WARNING
Poor contact may cause starting or charging
101254
faults, create sparks and cause the battery to
explode.
a Remove:
(see 80A, Battery, Battery: Precautions for re-
- the wiring nut (5) from the protective fuse, pair, page 80A-1) .

- the protective fuse wiring. II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Loosen the nut (6) from the positive battery terminal.

a Remove the « positive terminal - protection fuse 1 - Replacement


mounting » assembly.
a Position the battery protective cover.
a Unclip the degassing pipe.
2 - Refitting
a Position the battery in its housing.
a Undo the positive battery terminal.
a Push the positive battery terminal fully onto the bat-
tery terminal post.

101253

a Remove:

- the battery clamp bolt (7) ,

- the battery bracket,

- the battery.

80A-4
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
3 - Connection

101253
a Loosen the negative battery terminal.

Note:
101254
Ensure the positioning of the negative battery
a Torque tighten the positive battery terminal nut (6 terminal bolt and square washer.
Nm) (8) .
a Position the protective fuse wiring. a Push the negative battery terminal fully onto the bat-
tery terminal post.
a Torque tighten the protective fuse wiring nut (5
Nm) (9) . a Torque tighten the negative battery terminal nut (6
Nm) (10) .
a Fit the positive terminal cover.
a Connect the degassing pipe. WARNING
a Position the battery bracket. To prevent premature loosening of the stud nuts
a Torque tighten the battery clamp bolt (12 Nm). on the negative terminal, refit a maximum of two
terminals per stud and distribute the terminals
over different studs.

a Torque tighten the stud nuts on the negative bat-


tery terminal (6 Nm) (11) .

80A-5
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
III - FINAL OPERATION. REMOVAL (PROCEDURE 2)

NEGATIVE BATTERY TERMINAL SINCE 10/01/05

101252

a Refit (according to the country): 114339


- the battery cover. a Negative battery terminal since 10/01/05.
- the battery cover bolts (12) ,
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
Note: a Switch off the ignition.
Do not add the battery cover if the vehicle is not
fitted with one originally. WARNING

a Torque tighten the battery cover bolts (5 Nm) (12) . Before disconnecting the battery:
a Engage clip (13) . - wait for the motor-driven fan assembly to stop,
a When refitting the battery or each time it is discon- - wait for the navigation system to shut down
nected, it may be necessary to carry out some basic after cutting the + after ignition feed (approxima-
operations, without using the diagnostic tool, so that tely 1 minute).
the vehicle can operate correctly (see MR 372 Fault
finding, 80A, Battery, Battery: Initialisation).
WARNING
The visual indicator cannot be considered relia-
ble in After-Sales; do not use it to determine the
state of the battery.

80A-6
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

1 - Disconnection

101252
a Remove (depending on country):
- the bolts (14) from the battery cover,
- the battery cover. 114388
a Loosen the nut (15) from the negative battery termi-
Note: nal.

Do not add the battery cover if the vehicle is not a Remove:


fitted with one originally. - the negative battery terminal,
- the positive terminal cover (16) .

80A-7
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
2 - Removal REFITTING (PROCEDURE 2)

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION


a Check the battery (see Technical Note 6002A,
Checking and charging batteries before delive-
ring used vehicles and vehicles in After-Sales,
Battery, 80A, Battery: Test).

WARNING
Poor contact may cause starting or charging
faults, create sparks and cause the battery to
explode.

(see 80A, Battery, Battery: Precautions for re-


pair, page 80A-1) .

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

114241 1 - Replacement
a Loosen the nut (17) from the positive battery termi- a Position the battery protective cover.
nal.
a Remove the terminal. 2 - Refitting
a Unclip the degassing pipe. a Position the battery in its housing.
a Remove: a Undo the positive battery terminal.
- the battery clamp bolt (18) , a Push the positive battery terminal fully onto the bat-
- the battery bracket, tery terminal post.

- the battery. a Torque tighten the positive battery terminal nut (6


Nm).

3 - Replacement a Fit the positive terminal cover.

a Check that the battery needs replacing (see Techni- a Connect the degassing pipe.
cal Note 6014A, Checking the charging circuit, a Refit the battery bracket.
16A, Starting-charging, Checking the charging
circuit: Tests). a Torque tighten the battery bracket bolt (12 Nm).

a Remove the protective battery cover.

80A-8
BATTERY
Battery : Removal - Refitting 80A
3 - Connection III - FINAL OPERATION.

114388 101252

a Loosen the negative battery terminal. a Refit (according to the country):


- the battery cover.
Note: - the bolts (20) from the battery cover,
Ensure the positioning of the negative battery
terminal bolt and square washer.
Note:
a Push the negative battery terminal fully onto the bat- Do not add the battery cover if the vehicle is not
tery terminal post. fitted with one originally.
a Torque tighten the negative battery terminal nut (6
a Torque tighten the battery cover bolts (5 Nm) (20) .
Nm) (19) .
a Engage clip (21) .

WARNING a When refitting the battery or each time it is discon-


nected, it may be necessary to carry out some basic
To prevent premature loosening of the stud nuts
operations, without using the diagnostic tool, so that
on the negative terminal, refit a maximum of two
the vehicle can operate correctly (see MR 372 Fault
terminals per stud and distribute the terminals
finding, 80A, Battery, Battery: Initialisation).
over different studs.

a Torque tighten the stud nuts on the negative bat-


tery terminal (6 Nm).

80A-9
BATTERY
Battery tray: Removal - Refitting 80A
Battery tray since 12/01/05

Tightening torquesm

battery tray bolts 21 Nm

wiring harness nut 8 Nm

Note:
There are two types of battery tray depending on
the date of vehicle manufacture:
- vehicle manufactured before 12/01/05: procedure
1
- vehicle manufactured from 12/01/05: Procedure 2

Battery tray before 12/01/05

112659

REMOVAL (PROCEDURE 1)

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

104556

80A-10
BATTERY
Battery tray: Removal - Refitting 80A
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART REMOVAL (PROCEDURE 2)
CONCERNED

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

104556

a Unpick the wiring harness (1) from the battery tray.

a Remove:

- the nut (2) from the wiring harness,


112659
- the bolts (3) from the battery tray.
a Disconnect the injection computer connectors (4) .
a Take out the battery tray.

F9Q or K9K or M9R


REFITTING (PROCEDURE 1) a Disconnect the air flowmeter connector.

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
F9Q or K9K or M9R – F4R, and 776
a Fit the battery tray.
a Disconnect the turbocharger regulation solenoid val-
a Refit the battery tray bolts. ve connector.

a Torque tighten the battery tray bolts (21 Nm).

a Refit the wiring harness nut. a Unclip:

a Torque tighten the wiring harness nut (8 Nm). - the wiring harness (5) from the injection computer
connector,
a Attach the wiring harness to the battery tray. - the wiring harness (6) from the negative battery ter-
minal,
II - FINAL OPERATION. - the wiring harness (7) from the battery tray.
a Remove:
a Refit the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Re-
moval - Refitting, page 80A-2) . - the nut (8) from the wiring harness,

80A-11
BATTERY
Battery tray: Removal - Refitting 80A
- the bolts (9) from the battery tray.
a Extract the battery tray fitted with the injection com-
puter and its mounting.

REFITTING (PROCEDURE 2)

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Position the battery tray fitted with the injection com-
puter and its mounting.
a Refit the battery tray bolts.
a Torque tighten the battery tray bolts (21 Nm).
a Refit the wiring harness nut.
a Torque tighten the wiring harness nut (8 Nm).
a Clip:
- the wiring harness to the battery tray,
- the wiring harness to the battery negative terminal,
- the wiring harness to the injection computer con-
nector.

F9Q or K9K or M9R – F4R, and 776


a Connect the turbocharger regulation solenoid valve
connector.

F9Q or K9K or M9R


a Connect the air flowmeter sensor connector.

a Connect the injection computer connectors.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Re-
moval - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

80A-12
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: List and location of components 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Main beam headlights bulb

No. Description

(1) Dipped headlights bulb

(2) Main beam headlights bulb

(3) Side lights bulb

(4) Indicator bulb

(5) Front fog lights

(6) Side indicator

(7) Remote headlight beam adjustment


motor

(8) Remote headlight beam adjustment con-


trol

(9) Headlight beam adjustment screw


103817
(10) Side adjusting wheel
3 - Side lights bulb

II - POSITION OF THE COMPONENTS

1 - Dipped headlights bulb

103815

103826

80B-1
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: List and location of components 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
4 - Indicator bulb 6 - Side indicator

103815 118470

5 - Front fog lights 7 - Remote headlight beam adjustment motor

103759 103816

80B-2
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: List and location of components 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
8 - Remote headlight beam adjustment control 10 - Side adjusting wheel

103166 103815

9 - Headlight beam adjustment screw

103815

80B-3
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: List and location of components 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Main beam headlights bulb

No. Description

(1) Dipped headlights bulb

(2) Main beam headlights bulb

(3) Side lights bulb

(4) Indicator bulb

(5) Front fog lights

(6) Side indicator

(7) Remote headlight beam adjustment


motor

(8) Remote headlight beam adjustment con-


trol

(9) Headlight beam adjustment screw


118765
(10) Side adjusting wheel
3 - Side lights bulb

II - POSITION OF THE COMPONENTS

1 - Dipped headlights bulb

118765

118765

80B-4
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: List and location of components 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
4 - Indicator bulb 6 - Side indicator

118765 118470

5 - Front fog lights 7 - Remote headlight beam adjustment motor

103759 118766

80B-5
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight: List and location of components 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
8 - Remote headlight beam adjustment control 10 - Side adjusting wheel

103166 118766

9 - Headlight beam adjustment screw

118766

80B-6
HEADLIGHTS
Front headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

XENON BULBS
a

IMPORTANT
To prevent burns, wait until the « computer -
power unit » assembly has cooled before remo-
ving them.

IMPORTANT

To prevent eye injuries:


- do not look at a discharge bulb when lit (voltage
when lit 20000 V),
- do not light a bulb which has not been fitted into 103622
its headlight.
a Remove:
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . - the trim mountings (1) ,

- the trim (2) .

a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:


Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02, Lifting equip- II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
ment). CONCERNED

a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-


moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec- 1 - Removal
tion).

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a Remove the upper bolts (3) from the headlight.

80B-7
HEADLIGHTS
Front headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
2 - Replacement

DOCUMENT PHASE 1

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a Remove the lower bolts (4) from the headlight.
a Remove the headlight.
a Disconnect the headlight connectors. 103626

a Remove the headlight. a Unclip the headlight absorber (5) .

a Remove the headlight absorber.

DOCUMENT PHASE 2

a PHOTO

a Remove:

- the rivets (see MR 400 Bodywork, 40A, General


information),

- the absorber.

XENON BULBS

WARNING
The bulb must be handled with care.
The external conductor is very fragile and must
not be damaged.

80B-8
HEADLIGHTS
Front headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
a

WARNING WITHOUT XENON BULBS


To prevent any breakages, handle the bulb by its
base. If you should touch the glass, clean it with a Refit the bulbs (see 80B, Headlights, Halogen
alcohol and a lint-free cloth. bulb: Removal - Refitting, page 80B-13)

WITHOUT XENON BULBS

a Remove the bulbs (see 80B, Headlights, Halogen


bulb: Removal - Refitting, page 80B-13) XENON BULBS

a Refit:

- the xenon bulbs (see 80C, Xenon bulbs, Xenon


bulb: Removal - Refitting, page 80C-10) ,
XENON BULBS

a Remove: - the high voltage unit (see 80B, Headlights, Xenon


headlight high voltage unit: Removal - Refit-
- the xenon bulbs (see 80C, Xenon bulbs, Xenon ting, page 80B-48) .
bulb: Removal - Refitting, page 80C-10) ,

- the high voltage unit (see 80B, Headlights, Xenon


headlight high voltage unit: Removal - Refit-
ting, page 80B-48) .

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Connect the headlight connectors.


REFITTING
a Refit:

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION - the headlight,

Replacement - the headlight lower bolts,

- the headlight upper bolts,


DOCUMENT PHASE 1
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
a Refit the headlight absorber. Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection),

a Clip on the headlight absorber. - the trim,

- the trim mountings.

DOCUMENT PHASE 2 XENON BULBS

a Refit: a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
- the headlight absorber,

- the absorber rivets (see MR 400 Bodywork, 40A,


General information).

a Adjust the headlights (see 80B, Headlights, Front


headlight: Adjusting, page 80B-10) .

80B-9
HEADLIGHTS
Front headlight: Adjusting 80B
Essential equipment DOCUMENT PHASE 2

headlight adjustment and checking tool

ADJUSTMENT

I - ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION STAGE

DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Place the vehicle in a working area equipped with a
two-post lift.

Note:
Check that the lift is on flat, horizontal ground.

a Lift the vehicle (see Vehicle: Towing and lifting)


(MR 370, 02, Lifting equipment).
a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec- 103622
tion). a Remove:
a Lower the vehicle. - the trim rivets (1) ,
a Position the vehicle back on the ground. - the trim (2) .
a Compress the suspension.

a Check and inflate the tyres to the recommended


pressures (see Tyre inflation pressure: Identifica-
tion) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and tyres).
a Check:
- that the luggage compartment is empty,
- that the headlights are clean.

Note:
Do not get into the vehicle throughout the opera-
tion.

a Switch on the dipped headlights.

Note:
Do not apply the parking brake.

80B-10
HEADLIGHTS
Front headlight: Adjusting 80B
III - OPERATION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF PART
CONCERNED
WITHOUT XENON BULBS
a Position the headlight beam remote adjustment con-
trol on 0. DOCUMENT PHASE 1

XENON BULBS
a Carry out the necessary operations before adjusting
the xenon headlights (see Fault finding - Replace-
ment of components) (MR 372, 80B, Headlights).

II - TEST OPERATION

WITHOUT XENON BULBS


a Place a headlight adjustment and checking tool
in front of the vehicle and adjust it to -1.0%.

103622

XENON BULBS
a Place a headlight adjustment and checking tool
in front of the vehicle and adjust it to -1.3%.

a Use the headlight adjustment and checking tool


to check the headlight beam adjustment (see the
instructions for the equipment).

103854

a Using the headlight adjustment and checking


tool :

- adjust the headlight beam, using the screw (3) ,

- perform the lateral adjustment of the headlight,


using the screw (4) .

80B-11
HEADLIGHTS
Front headlight: Adjusting 80B
IV - FINAL OPERATION.

DOCUMENT PHASE 2
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

DOCUMENT PHASE 2
a Refit:
- the trim,
- the trim rivets.

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103854
a Using the headlight adjustment and checking
tool :
- adjust the headlight beam, using the screw (5) ,
- perform the lateral adjustment of the headlight,
using the screw (6) .

80B-12
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
F9Q, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – K9K, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 1

REMOVAL 2 - side light bulbs:

REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove:
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck when wor-
king on the right-hand halogen headlight,
- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
- Refitting, page 80A-2) when working on the left-
hand halogen headlight.

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

1 - Indicator bulbs:

103815

a Remove:
- the bulb holder (2) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing a side light bulb, use an approved
W5W bulb.

3 - Main beam headlight bulbs:

103815
a Remove:
- the bulb holder (1) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn anti-clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing an indicator bulb, use an approved
PY21W bulb.

103815
a Remove the sealing cover (3) .

80B-13
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
F9Q, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – K9K, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 1

103817 103826

a Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn anti-clockwi- a Unfasten the clip at (5) .
se. a Disconnect the bulb.
a Disconnect the bulb. a Remove the bulb.

a Remove the bulb. a When replacing a dipped headlight bulb, use an ap-
proved H1 bulb.
a When replacing a main beam headlight bulb, use an
approved H7 bulb.
REFITTING
4 - Dipped headlight bulbs:
REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

1 - Indicator bulbs:
a
Refit:
- the bulb in the bulb holder,
- the bulb holder fitted with the bulb by turning it a
quarter of a turn clockwise

2 - Main beam headlight bulbs:


a
Refit:
- the bulb in the bulb holder,
- the bulb holder fitted with the bulb by turning it a
quarter of a turn clockwise,

103815 3 - main beam headlight bulbs:


a Remove the sealing cover (4) . a Remove the bulb.

80B-14
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
F9Q, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – K9K, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Turn the bulb a quarter of a turn clockwise.
a Connect the connector.
a Refit the sealing cover.

4 - Dipped headlight bulbs:


a Refit the bulb.
a Lock the clip.
a Connect the connector.
a Refit the sealing cover

FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit:
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck after wor-
king on the right-hand headlight,
- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
- Refitting, page 80A-2) after working on the left-
hand headlight.

80B-15
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
M9R, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1

REMOVAL 2 - Side light bulbs:

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove:
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck when wor-
king on the right-hand halogen headlight,
- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
- Refitting, page 80A-2) when working on the left-
hand halogen headlight.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

1 - Indicator bulbs:

103815
a Remove:
- the bulb holder (2) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing a side light bulb, use an approved
W5W bulb.

3 - Main beam headlight bulbs:

103815
a Remove:
- the bulb holder (1) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn anti-clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing an indicator bulb, use an approved
PY21W bulb.

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a Unclip, at (3) , the soundproofed air duct (4) .
a Remove the soundproofed air duct.

80B-16
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
M9R, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
4 - Dipped headlight bulbs:

103815
a Remove the sealing cover (5) . 103815
a Remove the sealing cover (6) .

103817
a Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn anti-clockwi- 103826
se. a Unfasten the clip at (7) .
a Disconnect the bulb. a Disconnect the bulb.
a Remove the bulb. a Remove the bulb.
a When replacing a main beam headlight bulb, use an a When replacing a dipped headlight bulb, use an ap-
approved H7 bulb. proved H1 bulb.

80B-17
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
M9R, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

1 - Indicator bulbs:

a Refit:

- the bulb in the bulb holder,

- the bulb holder by turning it a quarter of a turn cloc-


kwise.

2 - Side light bulbs:

a Refit:

- the bulb in the bulb holder,

- the bulb holder by turning it a quarter of a turn cloc-


kwise.

3 - Main beam headlight bulbs:

a Refit the bulb.

a connect the bulb.

a Refit:

- the sealing cover,

- the soundproofed air duct.

4 - dipped headlight bulbs:

a Refit the bulb.

a Lock the clip.

a Connect the bulb.

a Refit the sealing cover.

FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit:

- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck when wor-


king on the right-hand halogen headlight,

- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal


- Refitting, page 80A-2) when working on the left-
hand halogen headlight.

80B-18
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K4M, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – K4J, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 1

REMOVAL II - SIDE LIGHT BULBS

a Remove the filler neck from the windscreen washer


bottle when operating on the right-hand halogen
headlight.

I - INDICATOR BULBS

103815

a Remove:
- the bulb holder (2) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
103815
a Remove: a When replacing a side light bulb, use an approved
W5W bulb.
- the bulb holder (1) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn anti-clockwise.
III - MAIN BEAM HEADLIGHT BULBS
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing an indicator bulb, use an approved
PY21W bulb.

101103
a Remove the air filter unit inlet air duct (3) .

80B-19
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K4M, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – K4J, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
IV - DIPPED HEADLIGHT BULBS

103815
a Remove the sealing cover (4) . 103815
a Remove the sealing cover (5) .

103817
a Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a turn anti-clockwi- 103826
se. a Unfasten the clip at (6) .
a Disconnect the bulb. a Disconnect the bulb.
a Recover the metal clip. a When replacing a dipped headlight bulb, use an ap-
a When replacing a main beam headlight bulb, use an proved H1 bulb.
approved H7 bulb.
REFITTING
a Refit the bulbs, observing the correct direction of fit-
ting.

80B-20
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K4M, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – K4J, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Fasten the clips if necessary.
a Clip on the bulb holders if necessary.
a Check that the bulbs and/or the bulb holders are cor-
rectly positioned in the halogen headlight.
a Connect the connectors if necessary.
a Refit:
- the leaktight covers if necessary,
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck if necessa-
ry,
- the air duct at the air filter unit inlet.

80B-21
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K9K, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2 – F9Q, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 2 – K4M, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2

REMOVAL II - SIDE LIGHT BULBS

a Remove the filler neck from the windscreen washer


bottle when operating on the right-hand halogen
headlight.
a Remove the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) when operating
on the left-hand halogen headlight.

I - INDICATOR BULBS

118766

a Remove the leaktight cover (2) by turning it a quarter


of a turn anti-clockwise.

118766
a Remove:
- the bulb holder (1) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn anti-clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing an indicator bulb, use an approved
PY21W bulb.

118765

a Remove:

- the bulb holder (3) with the bulb by turning it a quar-


ter of a turn clockwise.

- the bulb from the bulb holder.

a When replacing a side light bulb, use an approved


H6W bulb.

80B-22
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K9K, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2 – F9Q, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 2 – K4M, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
III - DIPPED HEADLIGHT BULBS IV - MAIN BEAM HEADLIGHT BULB

118766
118766
a Remove the sealing cover (6) .
a Remove the sealing cover (4) .

118765
118765 a Unfasten the clip at (7) .
a Turn the bulb holder (5) a quarter of a turn anti-cloc- a Disconnect the bulb.
kwise.
a When replacing a main beam headlight bulb, use an
approved H1 bulb.
a Disconnect the bulb.

a Recover the metal clip. REFITTING


a When replacing a dipped headlight bulb, use an ap- a Refit the bulbs, observing the correct direction of fit-
proved H7 bulb. ting.

80B-23
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K9K, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2 – F9Q, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and
DOCUMENT PHASE 2 – K4M, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
a Fasten the clips if necessary.
a Clip on the bulb holders if necessary.
a Check that the bulbs and/or the bulb holders are cor-
rectly positioned in the halogen headlight.
a Connect the connectors if necessary.
a Refit the leaktight covers if necessary.
a Refit:
- the leaktight covers if necessary,
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck if necessa-
ry,
- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
- Refitting, page 80A-2) if necessary.

80B-24
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
M9R, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2

REMOVAL II - SIDE LIGHT BULBS

a Remove the filler neck from the windscreen washer


bottle when operating on the right-hand halogen
headlight.
a Remove the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) when operating
on the left-hand halogen headlight.

I - INDICATOR BULBS

118766

a Remove the leaktight cover (2) by turning it a quarter


of a turn anti-clockwise.

118766
a Remove:
- the bulb holder (1) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn anti-clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing an indicator bulb, use an approved
PY21W bulb.

118765

a Remove:

- the bulb holder (3) with the bulb by turning it a quar-


ter of a turn clockwise.

- the bulb from the bulb holder.

a When replacing a side light bulb, use an approved


H6W bulb.

80B-25
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
M9R, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
III - DIPPED HEADLIGHT BULBS

118765
114658
a Turn the bulb holder (7) a quarter of a turn anti-cloc-
a Unclip, at (4) , the soundproofed air duct (5) . kwise.
a Remove the soundproofed air duct. a Disconnect the bulb.

a Recover the metal clip.


a When replacing a dipped headlight bulb, use an ap-
proved H7 bulb.

IV - MAIN BEAM HEADLIGHT BULB

118766
a Remove the sealing cover (6) .

114658

a Unclip, at (8) , the soundproofed air duct (9) .


a Remove the soundproofed air duct.

80B-26
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
M9R, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
a Clip on the bulb holders if necessary.
a Check that the bulbs and/or the bulb holders are cor-
rectly positioned in the halogen headlight.
a Connect the connectors if necessary.
a Refit the leaktight covers if necessary.
a Refit:
- the leaktight covers if necessary,
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck if necessa-
ry,
- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
- Refitting, page 80A-2) if necessary.

118766

a Remove the sealing cover (10) .

118765

a Unfasten the clip at (11) .


a Disconnect the bulb.

a When replacing a main beam headlight bulb, use an


approved H1 bulb.

REFITTING
a Refit the bulbs, observing the correct direction of fit-
ting.
a Fasten the clips if necessary.

80B-27
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K4J, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2

REMOVAL II - SIDE LIGHT BULBS

a Remove the filler neck from the windscreen washer


bottle when operating on the right-hand halogen
headlight.

I - INDICATOR BULBS

118766

a Remove the leaktight cover (2) by turning it a quarter


of a turn anti-clockwise.

118766
a Remove:
- the bulb holder (1) with the bulb by turning it a quar-
ter of a turn anti-clockwise.
- the bulb from the bulb holder.
a When replacing an indicator bulb, use an approved
PY21W bulb.

118765

a Remove:

- the bulb holder (3) with the bulb by turning it a quar-


ter of a turn clockwise.

- the bulb from the bulb holder.

a When replacing a side light bulb, use an approved


H6W bulb.

80B-28
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K4J, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
III - DIPPED HEADLIGHT BULBS IV - MAIN BEAM HEADLIGHT BULB

118766 101103
a Remove the sealing cover (4) . a Remove the air filter unit inlet air duct (6) .

118765 118766
a Turn the bulb holder (5) a quarter of a turn anti-cloc- a Remove the sealing cover (7) .
kwise.
a Disconnect the bulb.
a Recover the metal clip.
a When replacing a dipped headlight bulb, use an ap-
proved H7 bulb.

80B-29
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen bulb: Removal - Refitting 80B
K4J, and WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2

118765
a Unfasten the clip at (8) .
a Disconnect the bulb.
a When replacing a main beam headlight bulb, use an
approved H1 bulb.

REFITTING
a Refit the bulbs, observing the correct direction of fit-
ting.
a Fasten the clips if necessary.
a Clip on the bulb holders if necessary.
a Check that the bulbs and/or the bulb holders are cor-
rectly positioned in the halogen headlight.
a Connect the connectors if necessary.
a Refit the leaktight covers if necessary.
a Refit:
- the leaktight covers if necessary,
- the windscreen washer bottle filler neck if necessa-
ry,
- the air filter unit inlet air duct if necessary.

80B-30
HEADLIGHTS
Remote headlight adjustment motor: Removal - Refitting 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS

REMOVAL II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove:
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection),
- the headlight (see 80B, Headlights, Halogen hea-
dlight: Removal - Refitting, page 80B-33) .

118764

118763

a Turn (1) the headlight beam adjustment motor by a


quarter of a turn towards the outside of the vehicle.

Note:
To facilitate this, tighten the bolt by several turns.

a Remove the adjustment motor by tilting it (2) to un-


couple the adjustment motor ball joint (3) from the
headlight clip groove (4) .

80B-31
HEADLIGHTS
Remote headlight adjustment motor: Removal - Refitting 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a

Note:
To make coupling easier during replacement,
tighten the bolt by a few turns.

a Remove the sealing cover.


a Pull the headlight reflector shell towards yourself to
bring the headlight clip groove nearer the adjust-
ment motor ball joint.
a Engage the adjustment motor ball joint in the headli-
ght clip groove.

Note:
the adjustment motor ball joint should not only
make contact, it should actually be housed in the
headlight clip groove.

a Turn the headlight beam adjustment motor a quarter


of a turn towards the inside of the vehicle.
a Refit the sealing cover.
a Connect the headlight beam adjustment motor con-
nector.

Note:
Loosen the bolt by the number of turns pre-
viously made.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit:
- the headlight (see 80B, Headlights, Halogen hea-
dlight: Removal - Refitting, page 80B-33) ,
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).
a Adjust the headlights (see 8 0 B, Headlights,
Halogen headlight: Adjustment, page 80B-37) .

80B-32
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Note:
When removing the xenon headlights, it is essential
to respect the safety regulations (see 80C, Xenon
bulbs, Xenon headlight: Removal - Refitting,
page 80C-5) .

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:
Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02A, Lifting equip-
ment).

103624
a Remove the two upper bolts (3) from the halogen
headlight.

103622
a Remove:
- the three plastic rivets (1) mounting the trim (2) ,
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

103625
a Remove the two lower bolts (4) from the halogen
headlight.

80B-33
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).
a Adjust the halogen headlight (see 80B, Headlights,
Halogen headlight: Adjustment, page 80B-37) .

103626
a Unclip the absorber by acting on the spigot (5) at (6)
.
a Extract the halogen headlight.
a Disconnect the connectors:
- halogen headlight,
- beam adjustment motor.
a Remove the halogen headlight.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the connectors:
- halogen headlight,
- beam adjustment motor.
a Position the halogen headlight.
a Clip the absorber into place.
a Refit the:
- halogen headlight lower bolts,
- halogen headlight upper bolts.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Fit the trim piece.
a Refit:
- the plastic rivets on the trim,

80B-34
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Note:
When removing the xenon headlights, it is essential
to respect the safety regulations (see 80C, Xenon
bulbs, Xenon headlight: Removal - Refitting,
page 80C-5) .

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:
Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02A, Lifting equip-
ment).

118457

a Remove the two upper bolts (2) from the halogen


headlight.

103622
a Remove:
- the three plastic rivets (1) mounting the trim,
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

118456

a Remove the two lower bolts (3) from the halogen


headlight.

a Extract the halogen headlight.

a Disconnect the connectors:

- halogen headlight,

- headlight beam adjustment motor.

80B-35
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the connectors:
- headlight beam adjustment motor,
- halogen headlight.
a Position the halogen headlight.
a Refit:
- the halogen headlight lower bolts,
- the halogen headlight upper bolts.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Fit the trim piece.
a Refit:
- the plastic rivets on the trim,
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).
a Adjust the halogen headlight (see 80B, Headlights,
Halogen headlight: Adjustment, page 80B-37) .

80B-36
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Adjustment 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
III - OPERATION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

headlight adjustment and checking tool

ADJUSTMENT

I - ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION STAGE

a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:


Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02A, Lifting equip-
ment).

Note:
Check that the lift is on flat, horizontal ground.

a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-


moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

a Lower the vehicle. 103622

a Position the vehicle on its wheels.


a Compress the suspension.

a Do not apply the parking brake.

a Check and inflate the tyres to the recommended


pressures (see Tyre inflation pressure: Identifica-
tion) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and tyres).

a Open the bonnet.

a Check:

- that the luggage compartment is empty,


- that the headlights are clean.

Note:
Do not get into the vehicle throughout the opera-
tion.
103815
a Position the headlight beam remote adjustment con-
trol on 0. a Use:

a Switch on the dipped headlights. - the beam adjustment motor bolt (1) for vertical ad-
justment,
- the wheel (2) for lateral adjustment.
II - TEST OPERATION

a Place a headlight adjustment and checking tool


IV - FINAL OPERATION.
in front of the vehicle and adjust to -1.0%.
a Raise the vehicle.
a Check the headlight beam adjustment using the
headlight adjustment and checking tool (see the a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
instructions for the equipment). val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

80B-37
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Adjustment 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Lower the vehicle.
a Close the bonnet.

80B-38
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Adjustment 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
II - TEST OPERATION
Essential equipment a Place a headlight adjustment and checking tool
in front of the vehicle and adjust to -1.0%.
headlight adjustment and checking tool
a Check the headlight beam adjustment using the
headlight adjustment and checking tool (see the
ADJUSTMENT instructions for the equipment).

I - ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION STAGE III - OPERATION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF PART


CONCERNED

118458

a To gain access to the side adjusting screw, use the


tool shown above.
103622

a Remove:
- the plastic rivets (1) from the trim pieces (2) ,

- the trim pieces (2) .


a Do not apply the parking brake.
a Check and inflate the tyres to the recommended
pressures (see Tyre inflation pressure: Identifica-
tion) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and tyres).
a Open the bonnet.
a Check:
- that the luggage compartment is empty,
- that the headlights are clean.

Note:
Do not get into the vehicle throughout the opera- 118459
tion.
a Use:
a Position the headlight beam remote adjustment con-
trol on 0. - the screw (1) for height adjustment,

a Switch on the dipped headlights. - the tool (2) on the side adjusting screw.

80B-39
HEADLIGHTS
Halogen headlight: Adjustment 80B
WITHOUT XENON BULBS, and DOCUMENT PHASE 2
IV - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit:
- the plastic rivets to the trim pieces,
- the trim pieces.
a Close the bonnet.

80B-40
HEADLIGHTS
Front fog light: Removal - Refitting 80B
FOG LIGHT

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:
Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02A, Lifting equip-
ment).
a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103759
a Remove:
- the bolts (2) from the front fog light,
- the front fog light.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a When replacing a bulb, use an approved H11 bulb.
a Position the front fog light.
103765
a Refit the front fog light bolts.
a Disconnect the connector (1) from the front fog light.
a Connect the front fog light connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

80B-41
HEADLIGHTS
Side indicator: Removal - Refitting 80B
REMOVAL REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED a When replacing a bulb, only use an approved W5W
bulb.
a Refit:
- the bulb to the side indicator bulb holder.
- the side indicator bulb holder.
a Clip on the side indicator.

118470

a Unclip the side indicator using a flat-blade screwdri-


ver.

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a Remove:

- the bulb holder (1) from the side indicator,

- the bulb from the side indicator bulb holder.

80B-42
HEADLIGHTS
Remote headlight beam adjustment actuator: Removal - Refitting 80B
REMOVAL II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT
To prevent eye injuries do not look at a xenon
bulb when lit (voltage when lit 20,000 V).

IMPORTANT
Wait until the « computer-power unit » assem-
blies have cooled before removing them.

IMPORTANT
It is forbidden to switch on a xenon bulb if the
bulb is not fitted in the headlight (serious risk of
injury to eye).

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . 107043
a Remove the headlight (see 80C, Xenon bulbs, Xe- a Press on the actuator (1) to ease unclipping during
non headlight: Removal - Refitting, page 80C-5) . rotation.
a Turn the actuator a quarter of a turn, away from the
vehicle (2) .

Note:
To facilitate release, tighten the screw (4) b y
several turns.

107041
a Uncouple the reflector shell ball joint by tilting the ac-
tuator up slightly (3) .

80B-43
HEADLIGHTS
Remote headlight beam adjustment actuator: Removal - Refitting 80B
REFITTING a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,
CONCERNED Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

a Remove the seal cover (5) .

Note:
In the event of a replacement, to facilitate attach-
ment, tighten the screw (4) by several turns.

a Keep the reflector shell towards the rear of the lens


unit while pulling on the bulb module.

118769

a Clip the ball joint (6) into the groove (7) of the clip.

Note:
The ball joint should not just be in contact with
the groove, it should be fitted into it.

a Clip in the actuator.

Note:
Loosen the screw (4) by the same number of
turns previously made.

a Refit the sealing cover .

II - FINAL OPERATION

a Refit the headlight (see 80C, Xenon bulbs, Xenon


headlight: Removal - Refitting, page 80C-5) .

80B-44
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight adjustment front sensor: Removal - Refitting 80B
REFITTING
Essential equipment
I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION
diagnostic tool
a

WARNING
Tightening torquesm
Replace the clip after each removal.
headlight beam adjust- 8 Nm
ment front sensor nut
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
REMOVAL a Position the headlight beam adjustment front sen-
sor.

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a Refit the headlight beam adjustment front sensor
nut.
a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:
Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02A, Lifting equip- a Torque tighten the headlight beam adjustment
ment). front sensor nut (8 Nm).

a Remove the front left-hand wheel (see Wheel: Re- a Fit the new clip.
moval - Refitting) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and ty- a Connect the headlight beam adjustment front sensor
res). connector.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART III - FINAL OPERATION.


CONCERNED
a Refit the front left-hand wheel (see Wheel: Removal
- Refitting) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and tyres).
a After carrying out any work on the front height sen-
sor or if replacing it, carry out the necessary opera-
tions using the diagnostic tool (see Fault finding -
Replacement of components) (MR 372, 80B, Hea-
dlights).
a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,
Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

104071

a Disconnect the connector (1) from the headlight


beam adjustment front sensor.
a Remove:
- the clip (2) ,
- the nut (3) from the headlight beam adjustment
front sensor,
- the headlight beam adjustment front sensor.

80B-45
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight adjustment rear sensor: Removal - Refitting 80B
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

headlight beam adjust- 8 Nm


ment rear sensor nut

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Position the vehicle on a two-post lift (see Vehicle:
Towing and lifting) (MR 370, 02A, Lifting equip-
ment).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART 104072


CONCERNED
a Disconnect the connector (2) from the headlight
beam adjustment rear sensor.
a Remove the nut (3) from the headlight beam adjust-
ment rear sensor.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION


a

WARNING
Replace the clip after each removal.

104073
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
a Remove the clip (1) from the headlight beam adjust-
CONCERNED
ment rear sensor.
a Position the headlight beam adjustment rear sensor.
a Refit the headlight beam adjustment rear sensor nut.
a Torque tighten the headlight beam adjustment
rear sensor nut (8 Nm).
a Connect the headlight beam adjustment rear sensor
connector.
a Fit the new clip.

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a After carrying out any work on the front height sen-
sor or if replacing it, carry out the necessary opera-
tions using the diagnostic tool (see Fault finding -
Replacement of components) (MR 372 Fault fin-
ding, 80B, Headlights).

80B-46
HEADLIGHTS
Headlight adjustment rear sensor: Removal - Refitting 80B
a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,
Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

80B-47
HEADLIGHTS
Xenon headlight high voltage unit: Removal - Refitting 80B
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Tightening torquesm

bolts for the xenon hea- 12 Nm DOCUMENT PHASE 1


dlight high voltage unit

IMPORTANT
Wait until the « computer-power unit » assemblies
have cooled before removing them.

IMPORTANT
To prevent eye injuries do not look at a xenon bulb
when lit (voltage when lit 20,000 V).

IMPORTANT
It is forbidden to switch on a xenon bulb if the bulb
is not fitted in the headlight (serious risk of eye
injury).

103857
REMOVAL
a Remove:
- the bolts (1) from the xenon headlight high voltage
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
unit,
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
- the xenon headlight high voltage unit.
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove:
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection),
- the headlight (see 80C, Xenon bulbs, Xenon hea-
dlight: Removal - Refitting, page 80C-5) .
a Place the headlight on a clean cloth so as not to
scratch it.

80B-48
HEADLIGHTS
Xenon headlight high voltage unit: Removal - Refitting 80B
DOCUMENT PHASE 2 DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Torque tighten the bolts for the xenon headlight
high voltage unit (12 Nm).

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Remove:
- the headlight (see 80C, Xenon bulbs, Xenon hea-
dlight: Removal - Refitting, page 80C-5) ,
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,
Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

118772

a Remove:

- the bolts (3) from the xenon headlight high voltage


unit,

- the xenon headlight high voltage unit (4) .

REFITTING

DOCUMENT PHASE 1

REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

WARNING
Be sure to replace the seal.

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Fit the xenon headlight high voltage unit.

a Refit the bolts to the xenon headlight high voltage


unit

80B-49
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: List and location of components 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Xenon headlight high-voltage unit

Mark Description

(1) Xenon headlight

(2) Xenon headlight high-voltage unit

(3) Xenon bulb

(4) Headlight adjustment front sensor

(5) Headlight adjustment rear sensor

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Xenon headlight

103857

3 - Xenon bulb

103622

103855

Note:
The xenon bulb is located behind the condenser.

80C-1
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: List and location of components 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
4 - Headlight adjustment front sensor

104071

5 - Headlight adjustment rear sensor

104073

Note:
The headlight adjustment rear sensor is mounted
on left-hand side of the rear axle.

80C-2
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: List and location of components 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 2
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Xenon headlight high voltage unit

Mark Description

(1) Xenon headlight

(2) Xenon headlight high voltage unit

(3) Xenon bulb

(4) Headlight adjustment front sensor

(5) Headlight adjustment rear sensor

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Xenon headlight

118772

3 - Xenon bulb

118457

118767

Note:
The xenon bulb and capacitor for m a single compo-
nent.

80C-3
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: List and location of components 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 2
4 - Headlight adjustment front sensor

104071

5 - Headlight adjustment rear sensor

104073

Note:
The headlight beam adjustment rear sensor is loca-
ted on the rear axle on the left-hand side.

80C-4
XENON BULBS
Xenon headlight: Removal - Refitting 80C
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

IMPORTANT
To prevent eye injuries do not look at a xenon
bulb when lit (voltage when lit 20,000 V).

IMPORTANT
Wait until the « computer-power unit » assem-
blies have cooled before removing them.

IMPORTANT
It is forbidden to switch on a xenon bulb if the
bulb is not fitted in the headlight (serious risk of
injury to eye).

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-


moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

a The procedure for removing and refitting headlights


fitted with xenon bulbs is identical to the procedure
for halogen headlights (see 8 0 B, Headlights,
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting, page
80B-33) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Refit the xenon headlight (see 80B, Headlights,


Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting, page
80B-33) .

II - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-


val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,


Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

80C-5
XENON BULBS
Xenon headlights: Adjustment 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
III - OPERATION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

headlight adjustment and checking tool

ADJUSTMENT

I - ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION STAGE


a Carry out the necessary operations before adjusting
the xenon headlights (see Fault finding - Replace-
ment of components) (MR 372, 80B, Headlights).
a Place the vehicle in a working area equipped with a
two-post lift.

Note:
Check that the lift is on flat, horizontal ground.

a Lift the vehicle (see Vehicle: Towing and lifting)


(MR 370, 02, Lifting equipment).
103622
a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).
a Lower the vehicle.
a Position the vehicle on its wheels.
a Compress the suspension.
a Do not apply the parking brake.
a Check and inflate the tyres to the recommended
pressures (see Tyre inflation pressure: Identifica-
tion) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and tyres).
a Open the bonnet.
a Check:
- that the luggage compartment is empty,
- that the headlights are clean.

Note:
103854
Do not get into the vehicle throughout the opera-
tion. a Use:
- the beam adjustment actuator screw (1) for vertical
a Switch on the dipped headlights. adjustment,
- the wheel (2) for lateral adjustment.
II - TEST OPERATION
a Position a headlight adjustment and checking IV - FINAL OPERATION.
tool in front of the vehicle and adjust it to -1.3%.
a Raise the vehicle.
a Check the headlight beam adjustment using the
headlight adjustment and checking tool (see the a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
instructions for the equipment). val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

80C-6
XENON BULBS
Xenon headlights: Adjustment 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a Lower the vehicle.
a Close the bonnet.

80C-7
XENON BULBS
Xenon headlights: Adjustment 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 2
II - TEST OPERATION
Essential equipment a Position a headlight adjustment and checking
tool in front of the vehicle and adjust it to -1.3%.
headlight adjustment and checking tool
a Check the headlight beam adjustment using the
headlight adjustment and checking tool (see the
ADJUSTMENT instructions for the equipment).

I - ADJUSTMENT PREPARATION STAGE III - OPERATION FOR ADJUSTMENT OF PART


a Carry out the necessary operations before adjusting CONCERNED
the xenon headlights (see Fault finding - Replace-
ment of components) (MR 372, 80B, Headlights).

118458

a To gain access to the side adjusting screw, use the


tool shown above.

103622
a Remove:
- the plastic rivets (1) from the trim pieces,
- the trim pieces (2) .
a Do not apply the parking brake.
a Check and inflate the tyres to the recommended
pressures (see Tyre inflation pressure: Identifica-
tion) (MR 370, 35A, Wheels and tyres).
a Open the bonnet.
a Check:
- that the luggage compartment is empty,
- that the headlights are clean.
118459

Note: a Use:
Do not get into the vehicle throughout the opera- - the beam adjustment actuator screw (3) for vertical
tion. adjustment,

a Switch on the dipped headlights. - the tool (4) on the side adjusting screw.

80C-8
XENON BULBS
Xenon headlights: Adjustment 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 2
IV - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit:
- the plastic rivets to the trim pieces,
- the trim pieces.
a Close the bonnet.

80C-9
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: Removal - Refitting 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 1
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
IMPORTANT
Wait until the « computer-power unit » assemblies
have cooled before removing them.

IMPORTANT
To prevent eye injuries do not look at a xenon bulb
when lit (voltage when lit 20,000 V).

IMPORTANT
It is forbidden to switch on a xenon bulb if the bulb
is not fitted in the headlight (serious risk of eye
injury).

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION 103854

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : a Remove the seal cover (1) .
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).
a The procedure for removing and refitting headlights
fitted with xenon bulbs is identical to the procedure
for halogen headlights (see 8 0 B, Headlights,
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting, page
80B-33) .

103855
a Remove the capacitor (2) from the xenon bulb, by
turning it a quarter of a turn anti-clockwise.
a Disconnect the connector from the xenon bulb capa-
citor.
a Remove the capacitor from the xenon bulb.

80C-10
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: Removal - Refitting 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 1

103856 12398
a Remove:
a For replacement, use an approved D2S bulb.
- the clip (3) from the xenon bulb (4) ,
a Position the xenon bulb (the pin (5) should be oppo-
- the xenon bulb (4) . site the headlight neck).

a Refit:
REFITTING
- the discharge bulb,
I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION
- the clip to the discharge bulb.
a
a Connect the connector to the xenon bulb capacitor.
WARNING
The bulb must be handled with care. a Refit:
The external conductor is very fragile and must - the capacitor from the discharge bulb, by turning it
not be damaged. a quarter of a turn clockwise,

- the seal cover.


WARNING
Do not touch the XENON bulb with your fingers;
if you do this, clean the bulb using alcohol and a III - FINAL OPERATION.
lint-free cloth.
a The procedure for removing and refitting headlights
fitted with xenon bulbs is identical to the procedure
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART for halogen headlights (see 80B, Headlights,
CONCERNED Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting, page
80B-33) .
a Hold the bulb by its base.
a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,


Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

80C-11
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: Removal - Refitting 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 2
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
IMPORTANT
Wait until the « computer-power unit » assemblies
have cooled before removing them.

IMPORTANT
To prevent eye injuries do not look at a xenon bulb
when lit (voltage when lit 20,000 V).

IMPORTANT
It is forbidden to switch on a xenon bulb if the bulb
is not fitted in the headlight (serious risk of eye
injury).

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


118766
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . a Remove the sealing cover.
a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).
a The procedure for removing and refitting headlights
fitted with xenon bulbs is identical to the procedure
for halogen headlights (see 8 0 B, Headlights,
Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting, page
80B-33) .

118767

a Disconnect the connector (2) from the xenon bulb


capacitor.

a Remove the « capacitor - xenon bulb » assembly (3)


, by turning it a quarter of a turn anti-clockwise.

a Carefully remove the « capacitor - xenon bulb » as-


sembly (3) .

80C-12
XENON BULBS
Xenon bulb: Removal - Refitting 80C
DOCUMENT PHASE 2

118762 116288
a Remove the bulb mounting from the « capacitor - xe- a For replacement, use an approved D1S bulb.
non bulb » assembly by pressing on the clip (4) .
a Clip the bulb mounting onto the « capacitor - xenon
bulb » assembly.
REFITTING a Refit the « capacitor - xenon bulb» assembly, by
turning it a quarter of a turn clockwise.
I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION a Connect the connector to the « capacitor - discharge
a bulb » assembly.
a Refit the sealing cover.
WARNING
The bulb must be handled with care.
III - FINAL OPERATION.
The external conductor is very fragile and must
not be damaged. a The procedure for removing and refitting headlights
fitted with xenon bulbs is identical to the procedure
for halogen headlights (see 80B, Headlights,
WARNING Halogen headlight: Removal - Refitting, page
80B-33) .
Do not touch the XENON bulb with your fingers;
if you do this, clean the bulb using alcohol and a a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
lint-free cloth. val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
CONCERNED a Adjust the headlight beam (see 80C, Xenon bulbs,
a Hold the bulb by its base. Xenon headlights: Adjustment, page 80C-6) .

80C-13
REAR LIGHTING
Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting 81A
Essential special tooling

Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED
a

Note:
Be careful when removing the rear light on the
wing to avoid any damage to the centring studs.

127870

a Unclip the rear light on the wing (2) while pressing at


(3) with the (Car. 1363).

103167
a Remove the bolts (1) from the rear light on the wing.

103168

a Disconnect the connector (4) using a flat-blade


screwdriver.

a Remove the rear light on the wing.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Check the wiring harness is positioned correctly
when refitting the rear light.

81A-1
REAR LIGHTING
Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting 81A
a Connect the connector for the rear light on the wing.

Note:
Be careful when clipping the rear light on the
wing to avoid any damage to the centring studs.

a Clip the rear light onto the wing.


a Refit the bolts for the rear light on the wing.

81A-2
REAR LIGHTING
Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting 81A
DOCUMENT PHASE 2

REMOVAL REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED a Check the wiring harness is positioned correctly
when refitting the rear light.
a Connect the connector for the rear light on the wing.
a Clip the rear light onto the wing.
a Refit the bolts for the rear light on the wing.

118472

a Remove the bolts (1) from the rear light on the wing.

a Unclip the rear light on the wing (2) .

118473

a Disconnect the connector (3) using a flat-blade


screwdriver.

a Remove the rear light on the wing.

81A-3
REAR LIGHTING
Rear light bulb: Removal - Refitting 81A
DOCUMENT PHASE 2

REMOVAL a Refit the rear light on the wing (see 81A, Rear li-
ghting, Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting,
page 81A-1) .
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
a Remove:
- the rear light on the wing (see 81A, Rear lighting,
Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting, page
81A-1) ,
- the bulb holder by pressing the clips.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118452
a Remove:
- the reversing light bulb (1) ,
- the indicator bulb (2) ,
- the fog light bulb (3) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Refit:
- the fog light bulb (P21W),
- the indicator bulb (PY21W),
- the reversing light bulb (P21W).

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Clip the bulb holder onto the rear light on the wing.

81A-4
REAR LIGHTING
Rear light bulb: Removal - Refitting 81A
DOCUMENT PHASE 1

REMOVAL II - FINAL OPERATION


a Clip the bulb holder onto the rear light on the wing.
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a Refit the rear light on the wing (see 81A, Rear li-
a Remove: ghting, Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting,
page 81A-1) .
- the rear light on the wing (see 81A, Rear lighting,
Rear light on wing: Removal - Refitting, page
81A-1) ,
- the bulb holder by pressing the clips.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118857

a Remove:
- the brake light and side light bulb (1) ,
- the reversing light bulb (2) ,
- the indicator bulb (3) ,
- the fog light bulb (4) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Refit:
- the fog light bulb (P21W),
- the indicator bulb (PY21W),
- the reversing light bulb (P21W),
- the brake light and side light bulb (P21/5W).

81A-5
REAR LIGHTING
Third brake light: Removal - Refitting 81A
REMOVAL II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

103535

103542
a Remove the upper trim (1) .

103534
a Press the lugs (2) to unclip the light.

81A-6
REAR LIGHTING
Third brake light: Removal - Refitting 81A
a Clip on the high level brake light.

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Refit the upper trim.

104506
a Disconnect the rear electric window cable using a
screwdriver.

104507

a Disconnect the connector (3) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect:
- the high level brake light connector,
- the rear screen washer pipe.

81A-7
REAR LIGHTING
Number plate light: Removal - Refitting 81A
REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118482
a Unclip the license plate light (1) using a flat-blade
screwdriver.

118485
a Disconnect the connector (2) from the license plate
light.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a For replacement, use an approved W5W bulb.
a Connect the connector to the license plate light.
a Clip on the license plate light.

81A-8
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Interior lights: List and location of components 81B
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Rear courtesy light

Mark Description LONG CHASSIS

(1) Front or middle cour-


tesy lights

(2) Rear courtesy light

(3) Vanity light

(4) Door lower light

(5) Glovebox light

(6) Luggage compart-


ment light

(7) Floor flap switch

(8) Centre console light

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Front or middle courtesy lights 118475

3 - Vanity light

101245
101244

81B-1
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Interior lights: List and location of components 81B
4 - Door lower light 5 - Glovebox light

118463

6 - Luggage compartment light

103818

118465

103868

81B-2
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Interior lights: List and location of components 81B
7 - Floor flap switch

102445

8 - Centre console light

118469

81B-3
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Courtesy light: Removal - Refitting 81B
REMOVAL 2 - Rear courtesy light

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


LONG CHASSIS

Front and middle courtesy lights

118468
a Unclip the translucent cover using a small flat-blade
screwdriver.

118475
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED a Unclip the rear courtesy light using a flat-blade
screwdriver.
1 - Front and middle courtesy lights

118467
a Press the courtesy light clip using a flat-blade
screwdriver.
a Disconnect the courtesy lights connector.
a Remove the courtesy light. 118474

a Disconnect the rear courtesy light connector (1) .

a Remove the rear courtesy light.

81B-4
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Courtesy light: Removal - Refitting 81B
REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

Front, middle and rear courtesy lights


a Replace the bulb with an approved W5W bulb.
a Connect the courtesy lights connector.
a Clip on the courtesy light.

II - FINAL OPERATION

Front and middle courtesy lights


a Clip the transparent cover in place.

81B-5
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Interior lighting 81B
I - SPECIAL FEATURES
Vehicles can have:
- independent lights at the bottom of the doors (lit when
the door or compartment under the floor concerned is
opened,
- timed courtesy lights (front and rear);
- lights in the luggage compartment;
- interior lights below each sun visor.

II - TIMER OPERATION
The interior lights are switched on Immediately by the
UCH:
- when a door or the tailgate/boot is opened,
- when the doors are unlocked with the remote control
(or the hands-free function),
The UCH switches the interior lights off after a delay,
as appropriate
- switch off without delay: when the doors or boot are
locked using the remote control (doors and boot
closed)
- switch off with delay:
• after the last door or the boot is closed,
• when the doors or boot are unlocked with the remote
control,
• when the ignition is switched on ( « progressive » ).

Note:
The UCH switches off the interior lights after
approximately 20 minutes.

81B-6
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Courtesy light 81B
The courtesy mirrors may be fitted with a light incorpo-
rated into the headlining.
Note:
Operation of the switch can be checked by connec-
ting a multimeter to (5) :
- mirror cover closed (switch open) = light out = infi-
nite resistance,
- mirror cover open (switch closed) = light on = zero
resistance.

101246

19250
The switch is located on the cover (1) of the sun visor
mirror (2) . The current is transmitted to the light (3) via
the central mounting (4) of the sun visor.

81B-7
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Vanity light: Removal - Refitting 81B
Essential special tooling

Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

101245
a Position the (Car. 1363) on the opposite side to the
(1) central light.
a Unclip the vanity light.
a Disconnect the connector.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Replace the bulb with an approved W5W bulb.
a Connect the connector to the central courtesy light.
a Clip on the vanity light.

81B-8
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Lower door light: Removal - Refitting 81B
a Disconnect the connector from the lower door light.
Essential special tooling
a Remove the lower door light.
Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.
REFITTING
REMOVAL
REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED
OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART a Replace the bulb with an approved W5W bulb.
CONCERNED
a Connect the connector to the lower door light.
a Clip in the lower door light.

103818

103868

a Position the (Car. 1363) on the right-hand side (1) of


the lower door light.

a Unclip the lower door light.

81B-9
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Glovebox light: Removal - Refitting 81B
REMOVAL
LEFT-HAND DRIVE
OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

RIGHT-HAND DRIVE

118463
a Unclip the storage compartment light using a flat- 104067
blade screwdriver.
a Unclip (1) the storage compartment light.
a Disconnect the storage compartment light connec-
tor. a Disconnect the storage compartment light connec-
tor.

LEFT-HAND DRIVE
a Remove the glovebox (see Glovebox: Removal -
REFITTING
Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment).
REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

LEFT-HAND DRIVE

a Replace the bulb with an approved C5W bulb.

a Connect the storage compartment light connector.

a Clip on the storage compartment light.

RIGHT-HAND DRIVE

a Replace the bulb with an approved W5W bulb.

a Connect the storage compartment light connector.

a Clip on the storage compartment light.

81B-10
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Luggage compartment light: Removal - Refitting 81B
REMOVAL REFITTING

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


CONCERNED
a Replace the bulb with an approved W5W bulb.
a Connect the luggage compartment light connector.
a Clip the boot light in place.

118465
a Unclip the luggage compartment light using a flat-
blade screwdriver.

118464
a Disconnect the luggage compartment lighting con-
nector.

81B-11
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Floor flap switch: Removal - Refitting 81B
REMOVAL REFITTING

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the floor flap switch connector.
a Clip on the floor flap switch.

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Position the floor flap.
a Clip in the floor flap.

102445

a Unclip the floor flap (1) .

a Remove the floor flap forwards (2) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

102445

a Unclip the floor flap switch (3) .

a Disconnect the floor flap switch connector.

81B-12
INTERIOR LIGHTING
Centre console light: Removal - Refitting 81B
REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118469
a Unclip the centre console light using a screwdriver.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Replace the bulb with an approved W5W bulb.
a Clip on the centre console light.

81B-13
FUSES
Fuses: List and location of components 81C
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS The passenger compartment relay/fuse box (1) is loca-
ted behind the flap.

Mark Description

(1) Passenger compart-


ment fuse and relay RIGHT-HAND DRIVE
box

(2) Additional fuse and


relay box

(3) Engine compartment


fuse and relay box

(4) Protection and Swit-


ching Unit

(5) Engine accessories


unit

(6) Optional relay unit

(7) Battery protection


fuses

(8) Auxiliary relay unit

(9) Accessories relay


104095

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Passenger compartment fuse and relay box


2 - Additional fuse and relay box

LEFT-HAND DRIVE

103583
The unit is located in the passenger compartment, un-
der the driver's seat.

103165

81C-1
FUSES
Fuses: List and location of components 81C
3 - Engine compartment fuse and relay box 5 - Engine accessories unit (depending on version)

115201

6 - Optional relay unit

102295

This box is located under the UPC/engine accessories


unit (depending on version) (4) .

4 - Protection and Switching Unit (depending on


version)

101979
This box is located under the UPC/engine accessories
unit (depending on version) (4) .

101977

81C-2
FUSES
Fuses: List and location of components 81C
7 - Battery protection fuses 9 - Accessories relay

102292 104182

These fuses are located on the positive battery termi-


nal.

8 - Auxiliary relay unit

104182

81C-3
FUSES
Passenger compartment fuse and relay box: Removal - Refitting 81C
The unit is located in the left-hand side of the passen-
ger compartment.
RIGHT-HAND DRIVE

REMOVAL

LEFT-HAND DRIVE

104095
a The unit is located behind the flap (2) in the glove-
box.

103165
a The unit is located behind the flap (1) .
a Open wide, beyond the point of resistance.
a Remove the flap.

81C-4
FUSES
Additional fuse and relay box: Removal - Refitting 81C
REMOVAL

103583
a The unit is located in the passenger compartment,
under the front left-hand seat.

103597
a Release the drawer by moving the tabs (2) .

103596
a Open the storage drawer.
a Unclip the surround (1) .

81C-5
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Immobiliser system: List and location of components 82A
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS - three low frequency aerials connected to the UCH (
« hands-free » version),
The system comprises:
- two remote controls for central door locking (the sys- - an injection computer,
tem can include up to four cards),
- an automatic transmission computer (if fitted),
- a card reader,
- a manual gearbox neutral sensor (if fitted),
- a « Start » button,
- a clutch pedal sensor (if fitted),
- an electric steering column lock,
- the UCH located in the passenger compartment, - a brake pedal switch.

- the Protection and Switching Unit located in the engi-


ne compartment, II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

103477

82A-1
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Start button: Removal - Refitting 82A
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the centre front panel (see Centre front
panel: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior
equipment).

II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

103810
a Unclip the start button (10) from the front panel.
a Remove the start button through the front of the cen-
tre front panel.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip the start button onto the front panel.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the centre front panel (see Centre front panel:
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equip-
ment).

82A-2
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Steering column electric lock: Removal - Refitting 82A
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

electric steering column 8 Nm


lock bolt

Note:
The removal-refitting procedure for the electric
steering column lock is only possible if the electric
steering column lock is unlocked.
The steering wheel does not need to be removed.

REMOVAL
103812
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool WARNING


to unlock the electric steering column lock (see The bolt for the electric steering column lock has
Fault finding - Replacement of components) (MR a left-hand thread. It unscrews in a clockwise
372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners). direction.
a Shift the steering column to its highest position. a Remove the electric steering column lock bolt (3) ,
turning it clockwise.
a Disconnect the connector.
a Remove the electric steering column lock.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Connect the electric steering column lock connector.


a Position the electric steering column lock.
a Screw, without tightening, the electric steering colu-
mn lock bolt in an anti-clockwise direction.
a Tighten to torque the electric steering column lock
bolt (8 Nm).

103800
II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Clip on the lower half-cowling.
a Remove the lower half-cowling bolts (1) .
a Refit the two lower cowling bolts.
a Press on the lugs (2) to remove the lower half-cow-
ling. a Position the steering column in its initial position.

82A-3
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Steering column electric lock: Removal - Refitting 82A
a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

82A-4
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Card reader: Removal - Refitting 82A
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the centre front panel (see Centre front
panel: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior
equipment).

II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

103810
a Unclip the card reader from the front panel (10) .
a Remove the card reader.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip the card reader onto the front panel.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the centre front panel (see Centre front panel:
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equip-
ment).

82A-5
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Starting aerial: Removal - Refitting 82A
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED

1 - Aerial 1 (Front zone)

104058

101628 a Disconnect the aerial connector (2) .


a Unclip the aerial by moving the clips.

WARNING
The retaining clips (1) are fragile; handle them with 2 - Aerial 2 (Central zone)
care.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

1 - Aerial 1 (Front zone)

a Remove the lower trim from the gear lever (see Cen-
tre floor front carpet: Removal - Refitting) (MR
371, 71A, Body internal trim).

2 - Aerial 2 (Central zone)

a Remove:

- the rear seats (see MR 371 Bodywork, 76A, Rear


seat frames and runners, Complete rear seat: 104205
Removal - Refitting),
a Disconnect the aerial connector (3) .
- the rear seat mountings, a Unclip the aerial by moving the clips.
- the carpet,

- the false floor.

3 - Aerial 3 (Rear zone)

a Remove the carpet from the boot.

82A-6
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Starting aerial: Removal - Refitting 82A
3 - Aerial 3 (Rear zone) - the rear seat mountings,
- the rear seats (see Complete rear seat: Removal
- Refitting) (MR 371, 76A, Rear seat frames and
runners).

3 - Aerial 3 (Rear zone)


a Refit the luggage compartment carpet.

101918
a Unclip the aerial by moving the clips.
a Disconnect the aerial connector (4) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

1 - Aerial 1 (Front zone) and 2 (Central zone)


a Clip on the aerial.
a Connect the aerial connector.

2 - Aerial 3 (Rear zone)


a Connect the aerial connector.
a Clip on the aerial.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

1 - Aerial 1 (Front zone)


a Refit the gear lever lower trim (see Centre floor
front carpet: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A,
Body internal trim).

2 - Aerial 2 (Central zone)


a Refit:
- the false floor,
- the carpet,

82A-7
ENGINE IMMOBILISER
Remote door locking control battery: Removal - Refitting 82A
REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

23304

a Remove:
- the emergency key (1) ,

- the battery (2) from the remote control for door loc-
king.

REFITTING

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

WARNING
Do not damage the electronic circuit.
Make sure that you do not bend the contacts for
the battery when replacing the battery, to ensure
that the key continues to work correctly.
Only handle the new battery with dry, grease-free
hands or wearing clean gloves to avoid any risk
of dirt and oxidation on the battery.

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Refit:

- the new battery for the door locking remote control,


- the emergency key.

82A-8
HORN
Horn: Removal - Refitting 82B
II - FINAL OPERATION.

Tightening torquesm a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).
horn bolt 21 Nm

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118461

a Disconnect the connector (1) .


a Remove:

- the horn bolt (2) ,


- the horn.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Fit the horn.


a Refit the horn bolt.
a Torque tighten the horn bolt (21 Nm).
a Connect the horn connector.

82B-1
ALARM
Alarm: List and location of components 82C
These vehicles are pre-wired to be fitted with a RE-
NAULT -approved alarm.

104092
The special connector (1) is located under the dummy
floor under the left-hand rear seat.

82C-1
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel: Removal - Refitting 83A
Essential special tooling
NAVIGATION AID 3
Car. 1597 Trim removal lever.
a Disconnect the navigation switch connector.

Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


REMOVAL CONCERNED

NAVIGATION AID 1 or WITHOUT NAVIGATION


I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
AID
a If replacing an instrument panel, carry out the neces-
sary operations using the diagnostic tool (see MR
372 Fault finding, 83A, Instrument panel, Fault
Finding - Replacement of components).

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

118455
a Disconnect the connectors (3) from the instrument
103837
panel.
a Unclip the instrument panel upper trim (1) using the a Remove:
(Car. 1597).
- the bolts (4) from the instrument panel,
- the instrument panel.

103834

a Unclip the instrument panel lower trim (2) .

83A-1
INSTRUMENT PANEL
Instrument panel: Removal - Refitting 83A
REFITTING
NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or
NAVIGATION AID 5 I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED

NAVIGATION AID 1 or WITHOUT NAVIGATION


AID
a Refit:
- the instrument panel,
- the bolts on the instrument panel.
a Connect the connectors to the instrument panel.

118752 NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or


a Disconnect the connector (5) from the instrument NAVIGATION AID 5
panel.
a If the instrument panel is replaced, refit the naviga-
a Remove the bolts (6) from the instrument panel. tion screen (see 86A, Radio, Display: Removal -
Refitting, page 86A-24) .
a Connect the navigation screen connector.
a Refit:
- the navigation screen connector cover,
- the instrument panel,
- the bolts on the instrument panel.
a Connect the instrument panel connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
118753
a Remove the connector cover (7) from the navigation
screen. NAVIGATION AID 3

a Disconnect the navigation screen connector. a Connect the navigation assistance keypad connec-
tor.
a Remove the instrument panel.
a If the instrument panel is replaced, remove the navi-
gation screen (see 86A, Radio, Display: Removal -
Refitting, page 86A-24) . a Clip:
- the instrument panel lower trim,
- the instrument panel upper trim.
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a If replacing an instrument panel, carry out the neces-
sary operations using the diagnostic tool (see MR
372 Fault finding, 83A, Instrument panel, Fault
Finding - Replacement of components).

83A-2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation: List and location of components 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS - the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 86A-24) ,
the on-board telematics system consists of:
- the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Radio aerial:
Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) .
NAVIGATION AID 1
- a radio navigation system,
- a display integrated into the instrument panel,
- a navigation speaker, NAVIGATION AID 5
- a navigation aerial.
- a radio navigation system,
To remove:
- a display,
- the radio navigation system (see 86A, Radio, Car ra-
- a navigation aerial.
dio: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-12) ,
- the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Removal - Re- To remove:
fitting, page 86A-24) , - la radio navigation system (see 86A, Radio, Car ra-
dio: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-12) ,
- the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Radio aerial:
Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) . - the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 86A-24) ,
- the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Radio aerial:
Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) .
NAVIGATION AID 3
- a navigation computer,
- a navigation interface unit,
II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
- a central control,
- a display,
NAVIGATION AID 1
- a navigation speaker,
Radio navigation system (1)
- a navigation aerial.
To remove:
- the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 86A-24) ,
- the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Radio aerial:
Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) .

NAVIGATION AID 4
- a radio navigation system,
- a navigation computer,
- a central control,
- a display,
- a navigation aerial.
To remove: 118834
- la radio navigation system (see 86A, Radio, Car ra- To remove the radio navigation system (see 86A, Ra-
dio: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-12) , dio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-12) .

83C-1
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation: List and location of components 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5
Display (2)

103169
118455
To remove the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Ra-
To remove the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Re- dio aerial: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) .
moval - Refitting, page 86A-24) .
Navigation speaker (3)

NAVIGATION AID 3

Navigation computer (1)

103598
Navigation aerial (4)

104055

The navigation computer is located under the front ri-


ght-hand seat.

Navigation interface unit (2)

83C-2
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation: List and location of components 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5

103835
To remove the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Re-
moval - Refitting, page 86A-24) .
Navigation speaker (5)

104055
The navigation interface unit is located underneath the
front right-hand seat.
Central control (3)

104039 103598
Display (4) Navigation aerial (6)

83C-3
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation: List and location of components 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5

103169 104055

To remove the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Ra- The navigation computer is located under the front ri-
dio aerial: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) . ght-hand seat.
Central control (3)

NAVIGATION AID 4

Radio navigation system (1)

118749
Display (4)

118754

To remove the radio navigation system (see 86A, Ra-


dio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-12) .

Navigation computer (2)

83C-4
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation: List and location of components 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5

103835
To remove the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Re-
moval - Refitting, page 86A-24) .
Navigation aerial (5)

118834
To remove the radio navigation system (see 86A, Ra-
dio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-12) .
Display (2)

103169 103835
To remove the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Ra- To remove the display (see 86A, Radio, Display: Re-
dio aerial: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) . moval - Refitting, page 86A-24) .
Navigation aerial (3)

NAVIGATION AID 5
Radio navigation system (1)

83C-5
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation: List and location of components 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5

103169
To remove the navigation aerial (see 86A, Radio, Ra-
dio aerial: Removal - Refitting, page 86A-19) .

83C-6
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation computer: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4

Essential special tooling

Ms. 1373 Tool for removing radio or


chronotachograph.

Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

The navigation computer is located under the front ri-


ght-hand seat.

Note:
Do not remove the seat.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


104054
a Switch off:
a Unclip the access flap at (1) using a screwdriver.
- the ignition,
- all the electrical consumers. II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

Note:
Wait for the navigation system to shut down after
cutting the + after ignition feed (approximately 1
minute).

NAVIGATION AID 4
a During replacement, carry out the necessary opera-
tions using the diagnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault
finding, 86C, Multimedia, Fault finding - Replace-
ment of components).

104055

a Remove the navigation computer (2) using two (Ms.


1373).
a Disconnect the connectors.

WARNING
The aerial cable is very fragile, do not bend or
pinch it.

83C-7
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation computer: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4

REFITTING

I - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the connectors.
a Refit the navigation computer.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the access flap.

NAVIGATION AID 3
a Carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see Technical Note 3729A, Top of
the range CARMINAT navigation aid and traffic
information, 83C, On-board telematics system,
Initialisation).

NAVIGATION AID 4
a If the radio navigation system is being replaced,
carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 86C, Mul-
timedia, Fault finding - Replacement of
components).

83C-8
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation interface unit: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 3
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
Essential special tooling CONCERNED
Ms. 1373 Tool for removing radio or
chronotachograph.

Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

The navigation interface unit is located underneath the


front right-hand seat.

Note:
Do not remove the seat.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

a Switch off: 104055


a Remove the navigation interface unit (2) using the
- the ignition,
two (Ms. 1373).
- all the electrical consumers. a Disconnect the connectors from the navigation inter-
face unit.

Note:
REFITTING
Wait for the navigation system to shut down after
cutting the + after ignition feed (approximately 1
minute). I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
a Connect the navigation interface unit connectors.
a Refit the navigation interface unit.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the access flap.
a Carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see Technical Note 3729A, Top of
the range CARMINAT navigation aid and traffic
information, 83C, On-board telematics system,
Initialisation).

104054

a Unclip the access flap at (1) using a screwdriver.

83C-9
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Multimedia network interface unit: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 6
II - FINAL OPERATION
Essential equipment a Refit the glovebox (see Glovebox: Removal - Refit-
ting) (57A, Interior equipment).
diagnostic tool
a When replacing the multimedia network interface
unit, carry out the necessary operations using the
diagnostic tool (see Fault finding - Replacement
REMOVAL
of components) (86D, Multimedia network interfa-
ce unit).
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
a Switch off the ignition.

WARNING
To prevent damaging the navigation system, wait
1 minute after switching off the + after ignition
feed.

a Remove the glovebox (see Glovebox: Removal -


Refitting) (57A, Interior equipment).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

138557

a Unclip the multimedia network interface unit at (1) .

a Disconnect the multimedia network interface unit


connector.

a Remove the multimedia network interface unit.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Connect the multimedia network interface unit con-


nector.
a Clip the multimedia network interface unit onto its
mounting.

83C-10
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Central control: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4

REMOVAL
NAVIGATION AID 4
OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

NAVIGATION AID 3

104039
a Unclip the central control (1) using a flat-blade 118749
screwdriver.
a Disconnect the connector from the central control.
a Remove the central control.

118761
a Unclip the support from the central control at (2) .
a Disconnect the connector from the central control.
a Remove the mounting from the central control.

83C-11
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Central control: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4

118761
a Remove the central control by pressing on the clips
(3) .

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

NAVIGATION AID 3
a Connect the connector to the central control.
a Clip on the central control.

NAVIGATION AID 4
a Clip the central control onto its support.
a Connect the connector to the central control.
a Clip the mounting onto the central control.

83C-12
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation speaker: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

103602
a Disconnect the connector (3) from the hazard war-
ning lights and centralised door control.

103598
a Unclip the gaiter (1) from the gear lever.

103603
a Remove:
- the bolt (4) from the gear lever lower trim,
- the clips (5) from each side of the gear lever lower
trim.

106922
a Unclip (2) the gear lever upper trim.

83C-13
ON-BOARD TELEMATICS SYSTEM
Navigation speaker: Removal - Refitting 83C
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip on the navigation speaker.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Connect the connectors:
- the navigation speaker,
- of the cigarette lighter.
a Clip on the gear lever lower trim.
a Refit:
- the clips to each side of the trim.
- the bolts to the gear lever lower trim.
a Connect the connector to the hazard warning lights
103604
and centralised door control.

a Unclip the (6) gear lever lower trim. a Clip:

a Disconnect the following connectors: - the gear lever upper trim,

- for the cigarette lighter, - the gear lever gaiter.

- the navigation speaker.


a Remove the gear lever lower trim .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103604

a Unclip the navigation speaker (7) .


a Remove the navigation speaker.

83C-14
CRUISE CONTROL
Cruise control / speed limiter: List and location of components 83D
CRUISE CONTROL

102158

No. Description

(1) Three-position switch (off / cruise control /


speed limiter)

(2) Steering column switches

(3) Instrument panel

(4) Injection computer

(5) Accelerator pedal position potentiometer

(6) Brake switch (dual contact)

(7) Clutch switch (start of travel)

(8) Automatic transmission computer (if fitted)

(9) Anti-lock braking system computer


104029
(10) Throttle valve

83D-1
CRUISE CONTROL
Switch: Removal - Refitting 83D
CRUISE CONTROL

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

104029
The method above related to the switch (A) for the crui-
se control/speed limiter function.
103800

Note: a Unclip the steering wheel upper half-cowling at (1) .

The steering wheel and driver's front airbag do not


need to be removed when removing the cruise con-
trol/speed limiter switch.

103801
a Remove:
- the bolts (2) from the lower half-cowling,
- the lower half-cowling.

83D-2
CRUISE CONTROL
Switch: Removal - Refitting 83D
CRUISE CONTROL
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

103467
a Unclip the switch (3) from the steering column switch
assembly.
a Disconnect the switch connector at (4) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the switch connector.
a Clip the switch onto the steering column switch as-
sembly.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Fit the lower half-cowling.
a Refit the bolts to the lower half-cowling.
a Clip on the upper half-cowling.

83D-3
CRUISE CONTROL
Steering wheel switch: Removal - Refitting 83D
CRUISE CONTROL
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

steering wheel switch 2 Nm


bolts

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
116070
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on a Disconnect the intermediate connector (1) .
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni- a Remove:
tion on).
- the bolts (2) from the steering wheel switches,
- the steering column switches.
IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or REFITTING
naked flame - they may be triggered.

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
(see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag and seat CONCERNED
belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement
of components). a Fit the steering wheel switches.

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : a Refit the steering column switch bolts.
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Torque tighten the steering wheel switch bolts (2
a Remove the driver's front airbag (see 88C, Air bag Nm).
and Pretensioners, Driver's front airbag: Remo-
a Connect the intermediate connector.
val - Refitting, page 88C-11) .

II - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit the driver's front airbag (see 88C, Air bag and
Pretensioners, Driver's front airbag: Removal -
Refitting, page 88C-11) .

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag and
seat belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replace-
ment of components).

83D-4
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Under steering wheel control assembly: List and location of components 84A
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

No. Description 1 - Rotary switch

(1) Rotary switch

(2) Wiper switch and radio satellite control

(3) Signalling light switch

CRUISE CONTROL

(4) Cruise control/speed limiter switch

142055

(5) Hazard warning lights and centralised


door control 2 - Wiper switch and radio satellite control

(6) Lighting dimmer

(7) Exterior rear view mirror control switch

WITHOUT XENON BULBS

(8) Remote headlight beam adjustment con-


trol

142055

3 - Signalling light switch

142055

84A-1
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Under steering wheel control assembly: List and location of components 84A
4 - Cruise control/speed limiter switch 6 - Lighting dimmer

CRUISE CONTROL

142055

103166

5 - Hazard warning lights and centralised door


7 - Exterior rear view mirror control switch
control

103602

118751

84A-2
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Under steering wheel control assembly: List and location of components 84A
8 - Remote headlight beam adjustment control

WITHOUT XENON BULBS

103166

84A-3
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Steering wheel controls assembly: Removal - Refitting 84A
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on or
near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or preten-
sioners), lock the airbag computer using the dia-
gnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger lines
are inhibited and the airbag warning light on the ins-
trument panel lights up continuously (ignition on).

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


142053
a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool
(see Fault finding - Replacement of components) a Remove the upper steering column cover (1) atta-
(88C, Airbag and pretensioners). ched at (2) .
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove the driver's front airbag (see 88C, Air bag
and Pretensioners, Driver's front airbag: Remo-
val - Refitting, page 88C-11) .
a Set the wheels straight ahead.

WARNING
Incorrect wheel alignment may damage the
rotary switch.

a Remove the steering wheel (see Steering wheel:


Removal - Refitting) (36A, Power-assisted stee-
ring).

142054
a Remove the lower steering column cover (3) fixed by
the bolts (4) .

84A-4
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Steering wheel controls assembly: Removal - Refitting 84A
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART a Remove the steering column controls assembly.
CONCERNED

WARNING
To prevent damaging the rotary switch, do not
turn the mobile section of the rotary switch.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

103802

142055
a

WARNING
To ensure the rotary switch is not damaged, posi-
tion the mark (7) opposite the index.

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Ensure that the wheels are set straight ahead.
a

WARNING
To prevent damage to the wiring harness when
refitting, observe the original routing.

107709
a Loosen the bolts (5) securing the rotary switch.
a Apply force (6) using a flat-blade screwdriver to de-
tach the rotary switch.
a Partially remove the steering column controls as-
sembly to disconnect its connectors.
a Disconnect all the connectors.

84A-5
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Steering wheel controls assembly: Removal - Refitting 84A

142056

a Position the wiring (8) as indicated on the illustration.

a Connect all the connectors.

a Fit the steering column control assembly on the


steering column.

a Refit the steering column control assembly bolt.

a Refit:

- the upper steering column cover,

- the lower steering column cover,

- the bolts to the covers under the steering wheel.

III - FINAL OPERATION

a Refit:

- the steering wheel (see Steering wheel: Removal


- Refitting) (36A, Power assisted steering),

- the driver's front airbag (see 88C, Air bag and Pre-
tensioners, Driver's front airbag: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 88C-11) .

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

a Switch on the ignition.

a Check the operation of the rotary switch:

- turn the steering wheel to the left until it stops,

- turn the steering wheel to the right until it stops,

- check that there are no faults on the instrument pa-


nel.

84A-6
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Wiper switch: Removal - Refitting 84A
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Note:
The radio remote control and the windscreen wiper
switch are one inseparable component.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool
(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove:
103468
- the driver's side front airbag (see 88C, Air bag and
a
Pretensioners, Driver's front airbag: Removal -
Refitting, page 88C-11) , WARNING
- the steering wheel (see Steering wheel: Removal To prevent any malfunctions, mark the cable rou-
- Refitting) (MR 370, 36A, Power-assisted stee- ting and how to connect the connectors.
ring),
a Disconnect the connector (1) linked to the signalling
- the steering column switch assembly (see 84A,
light switch.
Control - Signals, Steering wheel controls as-
sembly: Removal - Refitting, page 84A-4) . a Remove the wiring harness from the steering colu-
mn switch assembly.

84A-7
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Wiper switch: Removal - Refitting 84A
REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

103466
a Remove the two bolts (2) from the windscreen wiper
switch.
103532

a Check the condition of the horn switches (5) .

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip the windscreen wiper switch onto the steering
column switch assembly.
a Refit the bolts to the windscreen wiper switch.
a Connect the windscreen wiper switch connectors.

a Refit the wiring harness to the steering column


switch assembly.
a Connect the signalling light switch connector.

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a Refit:
118453
- the steering column switch assembly (see 84A,
a Disconnect the connectors (3) from the windscreen Control - Signals, Steering wheel controls as-
wiper switch. sembly: Removal - Refitting, page 84A-4) ,
a Press on the locking clips (4) to take the windscreen
- the steering wheel (see Steering wheel: Removal
wiper switch out of the steering column switch as- - Refitting) (MR 370, 36A, Power-assisted stee-
sembly. ring),
- the driver's front airbag (see 88C, Air bag and Pre-
tensioners, Driver's front airbag: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 88C-11) .
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

84A-8
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Wiper switch: Removal - Refitting 84A
a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

84A-9
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Indicator lighting switch: Removal - Refitting 84A
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool
(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove:
- the driver's side front airbag (see 88C, Air bag and
Pretensioners, Driver's front airbag: Removal -
Refitting, page 88C-11) ,
- the steering wheel (see Steering wheel: Removal
- Refitting) (MR 370, 36A, Power-assisted stee-
103468
ring),
a
- the steering column switch assembly (see 84A,
Control - Signals, Steering wheel controls as- WARNING
sembly: Removal - Refitting, page 84A-4) .
To prevent any malfunctions, mark the cable rou-
ting and how to connect the connectors.

a Disconnect the connector (1) from the signalling light


switch.
a Remove the two bolts from the signalling light switch
(2) .

84A-10
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Indicator lighting switch: Removal - Refitting 84A
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

103467

a Unclip:

- the mounting (3) from the cruise control/speed limi-


ter switch,

- the signalling light switch by pressing on the tabs


(4) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Clip on:

- the signalling light switch,

- the cruise control/speed limiter switch mounting,

a Refit the bolts to the signalling light switch.

a Connect the signalling light switch connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit:

- the steering column switch assembly (see 84A,


Control - Signals, Steering wheel controls as-
sembly: Removal - Refitting, page 84A-4) ,

- the steering wheel (see Steering wheel: Removal


- Refitting) (MR 370, 36A, Power-assisted stee-
ring),
- the driver's front airbag (see 88C, Air bag and Pre-
tensioners, Driver's front airbag: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 88C-11) .

84A-11
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Hazard warning lights switch and central locking: Removal - Refitting 84A
The hazard warning lights switch and the centralised II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
door control make up one component. CONCERNED

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

103602
a Disconnect the connector (3) from the hazard war-
ning lights and centralised door control.

Note:
The brackets for the hazard warning lights and
centralised door control are very fragile. Be care-
ful not to damage them during removal.

a Unclip the hazard warning lights and centralised


103598
door control at (4) from the gear lever upper trim.
a Unclip the gaiter (1) from the gear lever.
a Remove the centralised locking and hazard warning
lights control.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip on the centralised locking and hazard warning
lights control.
a Connect the connector to the hazard warning lights
and centralised door control.

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Clip on the gear lever upper trim.
a Clip on the gear lever gaiter.

106922
a Unclip (2) the gear lever upper trim.

84A-12
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Lighting dimmer: Removal - Refitting 84A
Essential special tooling

Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.

Note:
The lighting dimmer and remote adjustment form a
single unit.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

116798
a Remove the “remote adjustment control - lighting
dimmer” assembly by pressing the clips (2) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip the “remote adjustment control - lighting dim-
mer” assembly onto the switch side plate.
a Connect the connectors.

103166 II - FINAL OPERATION.


a Unclip the switch side plate (1) using the (Car. a Clip the switch side plate onto the dashboard.
1363).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED
a Disconnect the connectors.

84A-13
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Door mirror control switch: Removal - Refitting 84A
DOOR MIRRORS 03 or DOOR MIRRORS 04 or DOOR MIRRORS 05

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED
a

Note:
The position of the tool must be the same as
shown in the diagram. Incorrect positioning of the
tool will damage the exterior rear view mirror
control control.

118750
a Disconnect the connector (1) from the exterior rear
view mirror control switch.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Connect the connector to the exterior rear view mir-
ror control switch.
a Fit the connector to the exterior rear view mirror con-
118751 trol switch.
a Unclip the door mirror control switch, using a pair of a Clip the door mirror control switch onto the door trim.
unclipping pliers in exactly the same way as shown
above.

Note:
If the door mirrors are the folding type, take out
the switch very carefully.

a Take out the exterior rear view mirror control switch.

84A-14
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Heated rear screen: Repair 84A
The screen printed heated grid on the inner face of the
window may have an accidental cut, making the affec-
ted part of the circuit useless.
a Determine the exact location of the cut using a volt-
meter.
Faults such as these can be repaired by using the
heated rear screen varnish available at the. Maga-
sin Pièce de Rechange

I - DETERMINING THE EXACT LOCATION OF THE


CUT USING A VOLTMETER
a Switch on the ignition.
a Switch on the heated rear screen supply. 8815
a A sudden voltage drop indicates that the filament is
1 - Detection between lines B and A cut at that point (carry out this operation for each fi-
lament).
a Connect the + wire of the voltmeter to the + feed ter-
minal of the rear screen.
II - REPAIRING THE FILAMENT
a Put the - wire of the voltmeter on a filament at the -
terminal side of the rear screen (line B); the voltage a Clean the section to be treated to remove all dust or
obtained should be roughly equal to that of the bat- grease, preferably using alcohol or a glass cleaner,
tery. and wipe with a clean, dry cloth.
a Move the - wire to line A (arrowed line): the voltage a To ensure that the new line is straight, before var-
gradually drops. nishing, apply adhesive tape to either side of the
section to be repaired, leaving the conducting line
exposed.
a Before using the varnish, shake the bottle to prevent
the silver particles settling at the bottom.

Repair
a Carry out the repair using a small brush, applying a
sufficiently thick layer. If applying successive coats,
allow sufficient drying time between each coat and
do not repeat the operation more than three times.
a If an error is made with the varnish (runs, smudges,
etc.), it can be removed using a knife point, but only
after several hours, once the product has properly
8814 hardened.

a A sudden voltage drop indicates that the filament is


cut at that point (carry out this operation for each fi-
lament).

2 - Detection between lines C and A


a Connect the - wire of the voltmeter to the - terminal
of the rear screen.
a Put the + wire of the voltmeter on the filament at the
+ terminal end of the rear screen (line C); the voltage
obtained should be roughly equal to battery voltage.
a Move the + wire towards line A (arrowed line); the
voltage gradually drops.

84A-15
CONTROL - SIGNALS
Heated rear screen: Repair 84A

77324
a The adhesive tape used as a guide must not be re-
moved until approximately one hour after applica-
tion. The tape must be pulled off perpendicularly to
the resistance, in the direction of the arrow. When
used at an ambient temperature of 20˚C, the varnish
is completely dry in three hours. At lower temperatu-
res the drying time is slightly longer.

84A-16
WIPING - WASHING
Wipers and washer: List and location of components 85A
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Windscreen wiper arm

No. Description

(1) Rain and light sensor

(2) Windscreen wiper arm

(3) Windscreen wiper mechanism

(4) Windscreen wiper motor

(5) Rear screen wiper motor

(6) Rear screen wiper motor mecha-


nism
103631
(7)
Windscreen washer pump 3 - Windscreen wiper mechanism
(8)

(9) Headlight washer pump

(10) Headlight washer nozzle

(11) Windscreen washer jet

(12) Rear screen washer jet

(13) Rear screen wiper arm

(14) Windscreen washer bottle

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS
103634
1 - Rain and light sensor

101717

85A-1
WIPING - WASHING
Wipers and washer: List and location of components 85A
4 - Windscreen wiper motor 6 - Rear screen wiper motor mechanism

104629
This mechanism is only present on vehicles fitted with
an opening rear screen

7 - Windscreen washer pump


114007

a - Vehicle without headlight washers


5 - Rear screen wiper motor

102023
103536

85A-2
WIPING - WASHING
Wipers and washer: List and location of components 85A
b - Vehicle with headlight washers 9 - Headlight washer nozzle

118460

10 - Windscreen washer jet

101992

8 - Headlight washer pump

118462

102023

85A-3
WIPING - WASHING
Wipers and washer: List and location of components 85A
11 - Rear screen washer jet 13 - Windscreen washer bottle

118451

12 - Rear screen wiper arm

118481

103537

85A-4
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper blade: Removal - Refitting 85A
REMOVAL
a Raise the wiper arm.

103824

a Unclip the trim (1) .

103825

a Pivot (2) the wiper blade so that it is positioned per-


pendicular to the wiper arm.

a Remove (3) the blade from the wiper arm.

REFITTING
a To refit, proceed in the reverse order of removal.

Note:
The larger wiper blade is positioned on the right-
hand side of the vehicle.

85A-5
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper arm: Removal - Refitting 85A
a
Essential special tooling
WARNING
Ele. 1294-01 Windscreen wiper arm remo-
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
ving tool.
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
Tightening torquesm (0).
a Switch off the ignition.
wiper arm nuts 23 Nm

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


REMOVAL CONCERNED

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Switch on the ignition.
a

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).
a Switch off the ignition.
a Remove the wiper arm nut covers.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103628
a Position the wiper arms according to the marks on
the windscreen (2) .
a Refit the wiper arm nuts.
a Torque tighten the wiper arm nuts (23 Nm).

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a Refit the wiper arm nut covers.

103631
a Remove:
- the wiper arm nuts (1) ,
- the wiper arms using the (Ele. 1294-01).

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION


a Switch on the ignition.

85A-6
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper mechanism: Removal - Refitting 85A
Tightening torquesm

windscreen wiper 8 Nm
mechanism bolts

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
103634
a Remove: a Remove the bolts (1) from the windscreen wiper me-
chanism.
- the wiper arms (see 85A, Wiping - Washing,
Windscreen wiper arm: Removal - Refitting, a Take out the « windscreen wiper mechanism -
page 85A-6) , windscreen wiper motor » assembly.
a Remove the windscreen wiper motor (see 85A, Wi-
- the scuttle panel grille (see Scuttle panel grille: ping - Washing, Windscreen wiper motor: Remo-
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior pro- val - Refitting, page 85A-10) .
tection).

REFITTING
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

a Disconnect the supply connector from the winds- a Refit the windscreen wiper motor (see 85A, Wiping
creen wiper motor. - Washing, Windscreen wiper motor: Removal -
Refitting, page 85A-10) .

114007

a Position the windscreen wiper mechanism accor-


ding to the illustration above to facilitate extraction of
the assembly.

85A-7
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper mechanism: Removal - Refitting 85A
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED

114009
a Position the windscreen wiper mechanism using the
114007
centring pin (2) .
a Position the windscreen wiper mechanism as shown
a Screw in without tightening the windscreen wiper
in the above illustration to facilitate fitting of the as-
mechanism bolts.
sembly.
a Torque tighten the windscreen wiper mechanism
bolts (8 Nm).
Note:
a Connect:
For replacement of the « windscreen wiper
mechanism - windscreen wiper motor » assem- - the windscreen wiper motor connector,
bly, the windscreen wiper motor is supplied in the - the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
cranked position to facilitate insertion of the - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
assembly, and not in « park » position.

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).

85A-8
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper mechanism: Removal - Refitting 85A

103822
a Check that the windscreen wiper motor linkage is
positioned between the marks (3) .
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a

WARNING
Replace the plastic inserts for the scuttle grill
bolts each time the scuttle panel grille is remo-
ved.

a Refit:
- the scuttle panel grille (see Scuttle panel grille:
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior pro-
tection),
- the wiper arms (see 85A, Wiping - Washing,
Windscreen wiper arm: Removal - Refitting,
page 85A-6) .
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

85A-9
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper motor: Removal - Refitting 85A
REFITTING
Tightening torquesm
I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION
windscreen wiper motor 8 Nm
a Connect:
bolts
- the windscreen wiper motor connector,
motor shaft linkage nut 18 Nm
- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
- Refitting, page 80A-2) .
REMOVAL
WARNING
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
a the correct wiper arm trajectory.

WARNING a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory. a Disconnect:

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to - the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal
(0). - Refitting, page 80A-2) ,
- the windscreen wiper motor connector.
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
a Remove the windscreen wiper mechanism (see
CONCERNED
85A, Wiping - Washing, Windscreen wiper me-
chanism: Removal - Refitting, page 85A-7) . a

Note:
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

a Fit the motor on the mechanism.


a Refit the windscreen wiper motor bolts.
a Torque tighten the windscreen wiper motor bolts
(8 Nm).

114007
a Remove:
- the nut from the motor shaft linkage (1) ,
- the bolts (2) from the windscreen wiper motor,
- the windscreen wiper motor.

85A-10
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen wiper motor: Removal - Refitting 85A

103822
a Position the motor shaft linkage between the marks
(3) .

114008
a Refit the motor shaft linkage nut.
a Torque tighten the motor shaft linkage nut (18
Nm) (4) .

III - FINAL OPERATION


a Refit the windscreen wiper mechanism (see 85A,
Wiping - Washing, Windscreen wiper mecha-
nism: Removal - Refitting, page 85A-7) .
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

85A-11
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper arm: Removal - Refitting 85A
Essential special tooling
REFITTING

Ele. 1781 Tool for removing windscreen I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION


wiper arms
a

WARNING
Tightening torquesm It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.
rear screen wiper arm 12 Nm
nut a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).

REMOVAL a

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
CONCERNED
a

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103537
a Position the wiper arm 42 mm from the edge of the
screen.
a Refit the rear screen wiper arm nut.
a Torque tighten the rear screen wiper arm nut (12
Nm).
a Refit the nut cover.

111335
a Place your finger behind the wiper arm and press
gently on the nut cover lug (1) .
a Remove:
- the nut cover (2) ,
- the nut (3) from the rear screen wiper arm,
- the rear screen wiper arm using the (Ele. 1781).

85A-12
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor mechanism: Removal - Refitting 85A
OPENING REAR SCR.
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Tightening torquesm
a Open the rear screen.
mechanism outer nut 6.5 Nm

mechanism inner nut 4.5 Nm

rear screen wiper arm 12 Nm


nut

The wiper mechanism is fixed onto the opening rear


screen.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

a 104629

WARNING a Remove the mechanism inner nut (4) .


It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory. REFITTING
a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0). I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

a Remove the rear screen wiper arm (see 85A, Wi-


ping - Washing, Rear screen wiper arm: Removal
- Refitting, page 85A-12) .

104632
a

WARNING
100077
Be sure to replace the seal (5) .
a Remove:
- the nut cover (1) ,
- the mechanism outer nut (2) ,
- the trim (3) .

85A-13
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor mechanism: Removal - Refitting 85A
OPENING REAR SCR.
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED

a Refit:

- the trim.

- the mechanism outer nut without tightening it.

104521
a Close the opening screen.

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0) to ensure that the mechanism engages with the
motor plate (8) .

104630

a Position the mechanism, observing the dimension


(A) of 40 mm between the trim piece and the edge of
the screen.

a Pretighten the mechanism nut (6) .

103537
a Refit the nut cover.

104627 a With the opening screen still closed, fit the wiper arm
42 mm from the edge of the screen.
a Centre the mechanism in relation to the bolt (7) .

a Tighten to torque:

- the mechanism outer nut (6.5 Nm),

- the mechanism inner nut (4.5 Nm).

85A-14
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor mechanism: Removal - Refitting 85A
OPENING REAR SCR.

104628
a

Note:
The wiper arm setting (42 mm) may be perfected
by moving the mechanism (9) .

III - FINAL OPERATION


a Refit the rear screen wiper arm nut.
a Torque tighten the rear screen wiper arm nut (12
Nm).
a Refit the rear screen wiper arm nut cover.

85A-15
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor: Removal - Refitting 85A
NON-OPEN. REAR SCR.
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Tightening torquesm

rear screen wiper motor 8 Nm


bolts

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).
a Remove:
- the rear screen wiper arm (see 85A, Wiping -
Washing, Rear screen wiper arm: Removal - Re-
103536
fitting, page 85A-12) ,
a Disconnect the connector (1) from the rear screen
- the tailgate trim (see Tailgate lining: Removal - wiper motor.
Refitting) (MR 371, 73A, Non-side opening ele-
ments trim). a Remove:
- the bolts (2) from the rear screen wiper motor,
- the rear screen wiper motor.

85A-16
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor: Removal - Refitting 85A
NON-OPEN. REAR SCR.

REFITTING - the rear screen wiper arm (see 85A, Wiping -


Washing, Rear screen wiper arm: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 85A-12) .
I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

103538

WARNING
Be sure to replace the seal (3) .

a Connect the windscreen wiper motor connector.

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Fit the rear screen wiper motor.

a Refit the rear screen wiper motor bolts.

a Torque tighten the rear screen wiper motor bolts


(8 Nm).

III - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit:
- the tailgate trim (see Tailgate lining: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 73A, Non-side opening ele-
ments trim),

85A-17
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor: Removal - Refitting 85A
OPENING REAR SCR.
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Tightening torquesm

rear screen wiper motor 8 Nm


bolts

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).
a Remove:
- the rear screen wiper arm (see 85A, Wiping -
Washing, Rear screen wiper arm: Removal - Re-
104518
fitting, page 85A-12) ,
a Disconnect the connector (1) from the rear screen
- the tailgate trim (see Tailgate lining: Removal - wiper motor.
Refitting) (MR 371, 73A, Non-side opening ele-
ments trim). a Remove:
- the bolts (2) from the rear screen wiper motor,
- the rear screen wiper motor.

104520
a Unclip the trim from the motor mechanism.

85A-18
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen wiper motor: Removal - Refitting 85A
OPENING REAR SCR.

REFITTING - the tailgate trim (see Tailgate lining: Removal -


Refitting) (MR 371, 73A, Non-side opening ele-
ments trim),
I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION
- the rear screen wiper arm (see 85A, Wiping -
Washing, Rear screen wiper arm: Removal - Re-
fitting, page 85A-12) .

103538

WARNING
Be sure to replace the seal (3) .

a Connect the windscreen wiper motor connector.

WARNING
It is necessary to initialise the system to ensure
the correct wiper arm trajectory.

a Move the wiper stalk from (0) to (1), then from (1) to
(0).

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Fit the rear screen wiper motor.

a Refit the rear screen wiper motor bolts.

a Torque tighten the rear screen wiper motor bolts


(8 Nm).

III - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit:

- the rear screen wiper motor mechanism trim,

85A-19
WIPING - WASHING
Rain and light sensor: Removal - Refitting 85A
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
Essential special tooling CONCERNED
Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.
1 - Replacing the rain and light sensor

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

101630
a Disconnect the connector at (3) .
a Unclip the two side clips (4) from the detector using
a small screwdriver.
101715 a Remove the rain and light sensor.
a Unclip the upper cover (1) .
2 - Replace the windscreen
a

Note:
The rain and light sensor's adhesive base is sup-
plied with the new windscreen; remove only the
detector's printed circuit unit.

101716

a Unclip the lower casing (2) .

a Disconnect all the connectors.

85A-20
WIPING - WASHING
Rain and light sensor: Removal - Refitting 85A
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED

1 - Replacing the rain and light sensor


a Fit the rain and light sensor.
a Clip on the rain and light sensor.
a Connect the rain and light sensor connector.

2 - Replace the windscreen


a Clip the rain and light sensor's printed circuit unit
onto the adhesive base.
a Fit the rain and light sensor.
a Clip on the rain and light sensor.
a Connect the rain and light sensor connector.

III - FINAL OPERATION


102446
a Connect all the connectors.
a Disconnect the connector at (5) .
a Clip on:
a Unclip: - the interior rear-view mirror lower cover,
- the two side clips (6) from the rain and light sensor - the interior rear-view mirror upper cover.
using a small screwdriver,

- the clips (7) from the rain and light sensor's printed
circuit unit using a small screwdriver.

a Remove the rain and light sensor's printed circuit


unit.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

1 - Replacing the rain and light sensor

WARNING
Removal and refitting of the rain sensor must be
carried out in perfectly clean conditions: any dust
or fibres could cause a fault.
Do not touch the electronic part of the sensor. Fit
the sensor to the vehicle immediately after remo-
ving it from its packaging.

a Clean the windscreen using the (Car. 1363).

2 - Replace the windscreen

a Fit the adhesive base.

85A-21
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen washer pump: Removal - Refitting 85A
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Note:
The position of the windscreen washer pump is dif- 1 - Vehicle without headlight washers
ferent if the vehicle is fitted with headlight washers.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

1 - Vehicle without headlight washers


a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

2 - Vehicle with headlight washers


a Remove the front right-hand wheel arch liner (see
Front wheel arch liner: Removal - Refitting) (MR
371, 55A, Exterior protection).

118480
a Disconnect the connector (1) from the windscreen
washer pump.
a Mark the windscreen washer pump pipes (2) .

Note:
Be prepared for washer fluid to run out.

a Disconnect the windscreen washer pump pipes.


a Remove the windscreen washer pump.

85A-22
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen washer pump: Removal - Refitting 85A
2 - Vehicle with headlight washers 2 - Vehicle with headlight washers
a Refit the front right-hand wheel arch liner (see Front
wheel arch liner: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371,
55A, Exterior protection).

101992

a Disconnect the connector (3) from the windscreen


washer pump.

a Mark the windscreen washer pump pipes (4) .

Note:
Be prepared for washer fluid to run out.

a Disconnect the windscreen washer pump pipes.

a Remove the windscreen washer pump.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Refit the windscreen washer pump.

a Connect:

- the windscreen washer pump pipes,

- the windscreen washer pump connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

1 - Vehicle without headlight washers

a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-


val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

85A-23
WIPING - WASHING
Headlight washer pump: Removal - Refitting 85A
REMOVAL II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-


moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118480

a Disconnect the connector (1) from the headlight


washer pump.

a Mark the headlight washer pump pipes (2) .

Note:
Be prepared for washer fluid to run out.

a Disconnect the headlight washer pump pipes (2) .

a Remove the headlight washer pump.

REMOVAL

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Fit the headlight washer pump.

a Connect:

- the headlight washer pump pipes,

- the headlight washer pump connector.

85A-24
WIPING - WASHING
Headlight washer jet: Removal - Refitting 85A
REMOVAL a Fit the headlight washer jet in its opening.
a Moderately tighten the headlight washer jet nut.
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re- III - FINAL OPERATION.
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec- a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
tion). val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

101951

a Remove the nut (1) from the headlight washer jet.


a Take out the headlight washer jet.
a Remove the headlight washer jet pipe (2) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

Special features of a new bumper


a

Note:
New bumpers are supplied undrilled. To adapt
the headlight washer jets, drill at the pre-made
marking, preferably before painting (see Front
bumper: Conversion) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior
protection).

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the headlight washer jet pipe.

85A-25
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen washer jet: Removal - Refitting 85A
REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118462
a Unclip the windscreen washer jet (1) .
a Disconnect the washer jet pipe (2) .

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Connect the windscreen washer jet pipe.
a Clip on the windscreen washer jet.

85A-26
WIPING - WASHING
Rear screen washer jet: Removal - Refitting 85A
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the high level brake light (see 81A, Rear li-
ghting, Third brake light: Removal - Refitting,
page 81A-6) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118451
a Unclip the rear screen washer jet by pressing on the
clips (1) .
a Remove the rear screen washer jet from the high le-
vel brake light.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip the rear screen washer jet on the high level bra-
ke light.

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Refit the high level brake light (see 81A, Rear li-
ghting, Third brake light: Removal - Refitting,
page 81A-6) .

85A-27
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen washer bottle: Removal - Refitting 85A
Tightening torquesm

frontal impact cross 44 Nm


member bolts

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

Note:
Be prepared for washer fluid to run out.

a Remove:

- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -


Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection), 101165
a Unclip the frontal impact cross member using a flat-
- the windscreen washer pump (see 85A, Wiping - blade screwdriver.
Washing, Windscreen washer pump: Removal -
Refitting, page 85A-22) ,

- the headlight washer pump (if fitted) (see 85A, Wi-


ping - Washing, Headlight washer pump: Re-
moval - Refitting, page 85A-24) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118481

a Unclip the windscreen washer bottle at (2) .


a Remove the windscreen washer bottle.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
118478
a Clip on:
a Remove the bolts (1) from the frontal impact cross
member. - the windscreen washer bottle,

85A-28
WIPING - WASHING
Windscreen washer bottle: Removal - Refitting 85A
- the front impact cross member,
a Screw in without tightening the frontal impact cross
member bolts.
a Torque tighten the frontal impact cross member
bolts (44 Nm).

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit:
- the headlight washer pump (if fitted) (see 85A, Wi-
ping - Washing, Headlight washer pump: Re-
moval - Refitting, page 85A-24) ,
- the windscreen washer pump (see 85A, Wiping -
Washing, Windscreen washer pump: Removal -
Refitting, page 85A-22) ,
- the front bumper (see Front bumper: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

85A-29
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS - a radio control satellite.
The radio equipment consists of: To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) .
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 07 – WITHOUT NAVI-
GATION AID, and RADIO NO 03
- a radio,
- a radio aerial,
- tweeter speakers, NAVIGATION AID 1 – WITHOUT NAVIGATION AID,
and RADIO NO 06
- front speakers,
- a radio,
- rear speakers,
- a display, - a radio aerial,

- a radio control satellite. - tweeter speakers,

To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio, - front speakers,
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) . - rear speakers,

- a CD multi-changer,

- a display,

WITHOUT NAVIGATION AID, and RADIO NO 04 - a radio control satellite.

- a radio, To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,


Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
- a receiver, 86A-26) .
- a radio aerial,
- tweeter speakers,
- front speakers,
- rear speakers, RADIO NO 09
- a display, - a receiver,
- a radio control satellite.
- a radio aerial,
To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page - tweeter speakers,
86A-26) .
- front speakers,

- rear speakers,

- a radio control satellite.


RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 08 To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
- a radio, Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) .
- a radio aerial,
This equipment also consists of:
- tweeter speakers,
- front speakers, - a radio navigation system (see 83C, On-board tele-
matics system, Navigation: List and location of
- rear speakers, components, page 83C-1)
- a CD multi-changer,
- a display,

86A-1
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09
II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 07 – WITHOUT NAVI-


GATION AID, and RADIO NO 03
Radio (1)

118756
Front speakers (4)

103159
Radio aerial (2)

118747
Rear speakers (5)

103169
Tweeter speaker (3)

86A-2
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

118836 103161
Display (6) To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) .

WITHOUT NAVIGATION AID, and RADIO NO 04


Radio (1)

118455
Radio control satellite (7)
103835

STANDARD CHASSIS
Tuner-amplifier (2)

86A-3
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09
Radio aerial (3)

104204
the receiver is located under the rear right-hand seat. 103169
Tweeter speaker (4)

LONG CHASSIS
Tuner-amplifier (2)

118756
Front speaker (5)

114781
The receiver is located behind the rear right-hand
wheel arch lining.

86A-4
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

118747 103161
Display (6) To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) .

RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 08

Radio (1)

118455
Radio control satellite (7)

103598

Radio aerial (2)

86A-5
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

103169 118747
Tweeter speaker (3) Rear speaker (5)

118756 118836
Front speaker (4) CD multi-changer (6)

86A-6
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

109990 103161
The CD multi-changer is located under the front left- To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
hand seat. Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) .
Display (7)

WITHOUT NAVIGATION AID, and RADIO NO 06 –


NAVIGATION AID 1

Radio (1)

118752
Radio control satellite (8)

103598

Radio aerial (2)

86A-7
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

103169 118747
Tweeter speaker (3) Rear speaker (5)

118756 118836
Front speakers (4) CD multi-changer

86A-8
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

109990 103161
The CD multi-changer is located under the front left- To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
hand seat. Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
Display (7) 86A-26) .

RADIO NO 09

Tuner-amplifier (1)

118752
Radio control satellite (8)

104055

Radio aerial (2)

86A-9
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

103169 118747
Tweeter speaker (3) Rear speakers (5)

118756 118836
Front speaker (4) Radio control satellite (6)

86A-10
RADIO
Audio equipment: List and location of components 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

103161
To remove the radio control satellite (see 86A, Radio,
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-26) .

86A-11
RADIO
Car radio: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

Essential special tooling


NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 4
Ms. 1544 Radio removal tool - Carminat
Becker and Cabasse.

Ms. 1373 Tool for removing radio or


chronotachograph.

Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

RADIO NO 04

118754
a Remove the radio navigation system using the two
(Ms. 1544).

100796
a Remove the radio using the two (Ms. 1544).
a Remove the tools by pressing on the locks (1) .

86A-12
RADIO
Car radio: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09

RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06


or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO NO 08 – WITHOUT
NAVIGATION AID, and RADIO NO 03

120770
a Remove the radio navigation system using two (Ms.
1373).

120073
a Remove the radio using two (Ms. 1373).

NAVIGATION AID 5
a If the radio navigation system is being replaced,
carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 86C, Mul-
timedia, Fault finding - Replacement of
components).

86A-13
RADIO
Car radio: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09
a Carry out the necessary operations (see Technical
Note 6011A, "Entry level" Navigation, 83C, Entry
level Navigation: Anti-theft code).

NAVIGATION AID 4
a Refit the radio navigation system.

NAVIGATION AID 5
a Refit the radio navigation system.
a Carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 86C, Mul-
timedia, Fault finding - Replacement of
components).
100802

WARNING
The aerial cable is very fragile, do not bend or
pinch it.

a Disconnect the connectors.

a Remove the tools by pressing on the locks (2) .

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

a Connect the various connectors.

RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05


or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO NO
08 – WITHOUT NAVIGATION AID, and RADIO NO
03

a Refit the radio.

a Carry out the necessary operations using the dia-


gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 86A, Ra-
dio, Replacement of components).

NAVIGATION AID 1

a Refit the radio navigation system.

86A-14
RADIO
Tuner-amplifier: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 09

Essential special tooling

Ms. 1373 Tool for removing radio or


chronotachograph.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

STANDARD CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04


a

Note: 104618
The receiver is located under the rear right-hand a Remove the mounting (3) from the rear seats.
seat (see 86A, Radio, Audio equipment: List
and location of components, page 86A-1) .

a Remove the rear seats from the vehicle.

104617
a Remove:
104214
- the clips (1) ,
a Remove the soundproofing pads (4) .
- the trim (2) .

86A-15
RADIO
Tuner-amplifier: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 09

104620
a Remove the flap (5) .

104054
LONG CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04
a Unclip the access flap at (1) using a screwdriver.
a

Note:
The receiver is located behind the rear right-
hand wheel arch lining (see 86A, Radio, Audio
equipment: List and location of components, II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
page 86A-1) . CONCERNED
a Remove the rear wheel arch lining (see Rear wheel
arch lining: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A,
Body internal trim). STANDARD CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04

RADIO NO 09
a

Note:
The receiver is located under the front right-hand
seat (see 86A, Radio, Audio equipment: List
and location of components, page 86A-1) .

Note:
Do not remove the seat.

104203

a Disconnect the connectors from the amplifier/tuner.

86A-16
RADIO
Tuner-amplifier: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 09

RADIO NO 09

104204

a Remove the receiver using the two (Ms. 1373).


104055

a Remove the receiver (2) using two (Ms. 1373).

a Disconnect the connectors from the receiver (2) .


LONG CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

STANDARD CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04

a Clip the receiver into its housing.

a Connect the tuner-amplifier connectors.

LONG CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04


114781
a Fit the receiver onto its support.
a Remove the bolts (6) from the receiver support.
a Disconnect the connectors from the amplifier/tuner. a Connect the tuner-amplifier connectors.

a Remove the receiver from the support. a Refit the receiver bolts.

86A-17
RADIO
Tuner-amplifier: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 09

RADIO NO 09
a Connect the tuner-amplifier connectors.
a Clip the receiver into its housing.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

STANDARD CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04


a Refit:
- the flap,
- the soundproofing,
- the rear seat mounting,
- the trim,
- the clips,
- the rear seats.

LONG CHASSIS, and RADIO NO 04


a Refit the rear wheel arch lining (see Rear wheel
arch lining: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A,
Body internal trim).

RADIO NO 09
a Clip on the access flap.

86A-18
RADIO
Radio aerial: Removal - Refitting 86A
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

a Partially remove the rear section of the headlining


(see Headlining: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371,
71A, Body internal trim).

II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

104345

a Disconnect the radio aerial connector.

a Remove:

- the radio aerial nut (1) ,

- the radio aerial.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Refit:

- the radio aerial,

- the radio aerial nut.

a Connect the radio aerial connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit the rear section of the headlining (see Headli-


ning: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body in-
ternal trim).

86A-19
RADIO
Tweeter: Removal - Refitting 86A
REMOVAL REFITTING

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


CONCERNED
a Connect the tweeter speaker connector.
a Clip on the tweeter speaker protective grille.

118756
a Unclip the tweeter speaker protective grille.

118755
a Disconnect the tweeter speaker connector (1) .
a Remove tweeter (1) .

86A-20
RADIO
Front speakers: Removal - Refitting 86A
REMOVAL REFITTING

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


CONCERNED
a Connect the front speaker connector.
a Position the front speaker.
a Refit the front speaker bolts.
a Clip on the front speaker protection grille.

118748
a Unclip the front speaker protection grille.

118747
a Remove the bolts (1) from the front speaker.
a Remove the front speaker.
a Disconnect the front speaker connector.

86A-21
RADIO
Rear speakers: Removal - Refitting 86A
REMOVAL REFITTING

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


CONCERNED
a Connect the rear speaker connector.
a Position the rear speaker.
a Refit the rear speaker bolts.
a Clip on the rear speaker protection grille.

118835
a Unclip the rear speaker protection grille.

118836
a Remove the bolts (1) from the rear speaker.
a Remove the rear speaker.
a Disconnect the rear speaker connector.

86A-22
RADIO
CD changer: Removal - Refitting 86A
NAVIGATION AID 1, and RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 08 – WITHOUT NAVIGATION AID, and RADIO NO 06

REMOVAL II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

102994

104054
a Remove the bolts (2) from the CD multi-changer.

a Unclip the access flap at (1) using a screwdriver. a Remove the CD multi-changer from its housing.

a Remove the access flap. a Disconnect the CD multi-changer connector.


a Remove the CD multi-changer.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the CD multi-changer connector.
a Fit the CD multi-changer.
a Refit the CD multi-changer bolts.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the access flap.

86A-23
RADIO
Display: Removal - Refitting 86A
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5

REMOVAL - the navigation screen.

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the instrument panel (see 83A, Instrument
panel, Instrument panel: Removal - Refitting,
NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5
page 83A-1) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

NAVIGATION AID 1
a

Note:
The navigation screen is integrated into the ins-
trument panel (see 86A, Radio, Audio equip-
ment: List and location of components, page
86A-1) .

NAVIGATION AID 3

118757

WARNING
Do not press on the screen as this may damage
it.

a Remove:

- the bolts (2) from the navigation screen bracket,

- the navigation screen bracket (3) ,

- the navigation screen.

REFITTING
103839

a I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
WARNING
Do not press on the screen as this may damage
it. NAVIGATION AID 3

a Remove: a Refit:

- the bolts (1) from the navigation screen, - the navigation screen,

86A-24
RADIO
Display: Removal - Refitting 86A
NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3 or NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5
- the navigation screen bolts.

NAVIGATION AID 4 or NAVIGATION AID 5


a Refit:
- the navigation screen,
- the navigation screen bracket,
- the navigation screen bracket bolts.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the instrument panel (see 83A, Instrument pa-
nel, Instrument panel: Removal - Refitting, page
83A-1) .

86A-25
RADIO
Radio control satellite: Removal - Refitting 86A
RADIO NO 02 or RADIO NO 03 or RADIO NO 04 or RADIO NO 05 or RADIO NO 06 or RADIO NO 07 or RADIO
NO 08 or RADIO NO 09
a The radio remote control cannot be separated from
the wiper switch (see 84A, Control - Signals, Wiper
switch: Removal - Refitting, page 84A-7) .

86A-26
RADIO
Offset multimedia socket: Removal - Refitting 86A
MP3 READER

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

a Open the glovebox.

127869

a Remove:

- the offset audio unit bolts (1) ,

- the offset audio unit.

a Disconnect the offset audio unit connector (2) .

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED

Note:
When replacing the offset audio unit, replace the
wiring and check that the wiring runs correctly to
the radio (see 86A, Radio, Car radio: Removal
- Refitting, page 86A-12) .

a Connect the offset audio unit connector.

a Refit the offset audio unit.

a Close the glovebox.

86A-27
CAR PHONE
Mobile phone: List and location of components 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Telephone control at steering wheel

No. Description

(1) Telephone aerial

(2) Telephone control at steering wheel

(3) "Handsfree" microphone

(4) Computer

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Telephone aerial

123089

3 - "Handsfree" microphone

103169

123085

86B-1
CAR PHONE
Mobile phone: List and location of components 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT
4 - Computer

123084

86B-2
CAR PHONE
Computer: Removal - Refitting 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove the gear lever console (see Centre conso-
le: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, centre con-
sole: Removal - Refitting).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

123083
a Disconnect the connectors (2) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the connectors.
a Refit the computer in its original position.

123084 II - FINAL OPERATION.


a Remove the computer (1) . a Refit the gear lever console (see Centre console:
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, centre console:
Removal - Refitting).
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

86B-3
CAR PHONE
Hands-free microphone: Removal - Refitting 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

a Remove the computer (see 86B, Car phone, Com-


puter: Removal - Refitting, page 86B-3) .

123090
a Unclip the windscreen pillar trim (3) .
a Remove the sun visors (see Sun visor: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED
123082

a Unclip the dashboard lower trim (1) on the passen-


ger side.

123091
a Remove the “hands-free” microphone wire (4) from
the A-pillar clips.
123080

a Unclip the dashboard side panel (2) on the passen-


ger's side.

86B-4
CAR PHONE
Hands-free microphone: Removal - Refitting 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT

123079 123085
a Remove the “hands-free” microphone wire (5) from a Remove the “hands-free” microphone (7) from the
the dashboard side panel. headlining.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

123081
a Remove the “hands-free” microphone wire (6) from
the dashboard lower trim.

123274

a Refit the “hands-free” microphone with its wire as


shown in the diagram above.
a Connect the “hands-free” microphone connector to
the computer.

86B-5
CAR PHONE
Hands-free microphone: Removal - Refitting 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT
II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the sun visors (see Sun visor: Removal - Re-
fitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment).
a Clip on:
- the windscreen pillar trim,
- the dashboard side panel,
- the dashboard lower trim.
a Refit the computer (see 86B, Car phone, Compu-
ter: Removal - Refitting, page 86B-3) .

86B-6
CAR PHONE
Telephone aerial: Removal - Refitting 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT
The telephone aerial is integrated into the radio aerial,
(see 86A, Radio, Radio aerial: Removal - Refitting,
page 86A-19) .

86B-7
CAR PHONE
Telephone control on steering wheel Removal - Refitting 86B
HANDS-FREE TEL. KIT
The telephone control on the steering wheel cannot be
separated from the wiper switch (see 84A, Control -
Signals, Wiper switch: Removal - Refitting, page
84A-7) .

86B-8
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B
LEFT-HAND DRIVE

Essential special tooling


AUTOMATIC PARKING BRAKE
Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.
a Remove the electronic parking brake lever (see
Car. 1597 Trim removal lever. Handle: Removal - Refitting)

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a Remove the dashboard lower trim (see Lower sec-
tion of dashboard trim: Removal - Refitting)
a In the event of replacement, carry out the necessary
operations (see Fault finding - Replacement of
components) (MR 372, 87B, Passenger compart-
ment connection unit). Note:
For better access to the UCH, remove the instru-
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
ment panel trim pieces.
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a Remove:

- the central front panel multimedia component (see


86A, Radio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-12) ,

- the centre front panel (see Centre front panel: Re-


moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equip-
ment).

103837

103165

a Open the glovebox (1) past the resistance point. 103834

a Remove: a Remove the trims:

- the glovebox (1) , - upper trim piece (3) from the instrument panel
- the switch side plate (2) using the (Car. 1363). using the (Car. 1597) (4) ,

a Disconnect the connectors. - lower trim piece (5) from the instrument panel.

87B-1
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B
LEFT-HAND DRIVE

NAVIGATION AID 3

103834

a Disconnect the connector (6) from the navigation


central control. 103851

a Unclip:

- the fuse and relay box at (8) ,

- the front left-hand air distribution duct (see Front


TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT air distribution duct: Removal - Refitting) (MR
PHASE 1 370, 61A, Heating system).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103851

a Unclip the radio frequency reception aerial from the


doors and boot at (7) .
103852

a Remove the bolt (9) from the UCH.

87B-2
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B
LEFT-HAND DRIVE

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT


PHASE 1

a Connect the opening elements radio frequency re-


ception aerial (12) .

a Connect the UCH connectors (11) .

a Refit:

- the UCH on its support,

- the UCH bolt.


104062

a Remove the UCH from its support by pivoting it II - FINAL OPERATION


round at (10) .
a Refit:

- the front left-hand air distribution duct (see Front


air distribution duct: Removal - Refitting) (MR
370, 61A, Heating system),

- the fuse and relay box.

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT


PHASE 1

a Refit the doors and boot radio frequency reception


aerial.

NAVIGATION AID 3

a Connect the navigation central control connector.

118746

a Disconnect the connectors (11) from the UCH.


a Clip on the trims:

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT - lower instrument panel trim,


PHASE 1 - upper instrument panel trim.
a Disconnect the opening elements radio frequency a Refit:
reception aerial (12) .
- the dashboard lower trim (see Lower section of
dashboard trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371,
57A, Interior equipment),

87B-3
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B
LEFT-HAND DRIVE

AUTOMATIC PARKING BRAKE


a Refit the parking brake lever (see Handle: Removal
- Refitting) .

a Connect the switch side plate connectors.


a Refit:
- the switch side plate,
- the storage compartment,
- the centre front panel (see Centre front panel: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equip-
ment),
- the central front panel multimedia component (see
86A, Radio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-12) .
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a In the event of replacement, carry out the necessary
programming (see Fault finding - Replacement of
components) (MR 372, 87B, Passenger compart-
ment connection unit).

87B-4
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B
RIGHT-HAND DRIVE
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Note:
The UCH is mounted behind the glovebox.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a In the event of replacement, carry out the necessary
operations (see Fault finding - Replacement of
components) (MR 372, 87B, Passenger compart-
ment connection unit).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove:
- the central front panel multimedia component (see
86A, Radio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-12) ,
- the centre front panel (see Centre front panel: Re-
104096
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equip-
ment),
- the storage compartment light (see 81B, Interior li-
ghting, Glovebox light: Removal - Refitting,
page 81B-10) ,
- the glovebox (see Glovebox: Removal - Refit-
ting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment).

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT


PHASE 1
a Unclip the doors and boot radio frequency reception
aerial.

118850
a Remove:
- the bolt (1) from the UCH,
- the UCH from its support by pivoting it round (2) .

87B-5
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
UCH: Removal - Refitting 87B
RIGHT-HAND DRIVE

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT


PHASE 1
a Clip on the doors and boot radio frequency reception
aerial.

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Refit:
- the glovebox (see Glovebox: Removal - Refit-
ting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment),
- the storage compartment light (see 81B, Interior li-
ghting, Glovebox light: Removal - Refitting,
page 81B-10) ,
- the centre front panel (see Centre front panel: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equip-
118745 ment).
a Disconnect the connectors (3) from the UCH. - the central front panel multimedia component (see
86A, Radio, Car radio: Removal - Refitting, page
86A-12) .
TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
PHASE 1
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Disconnect the connector (4) from the doors and a In the event of replacement, carry out the necessary
boot radio frequency reception aerial. programming (see Fault finding - Replacement of
components) (MR 372, 87B, Passenger compart-
ment connection unit).

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT


PHASE 1

a Connect the doors and boot radio frequency recep-


tion aerial connector.

a Connect the UCH connectors.

a Refit:

- the UCH on its support,

- the UCH bolt.

87B-6
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Door management: List and location of components 87C
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS Radio frequency reception aerial

No. Description

(1) UCH

(11) Radio frequency reception aerial

(2) Renault Card

(3) Door opening aerial (built into the han-


dle)

(4) Tailgate opening aerial

(5) Presence sensor

(6) Locking switch on the handle

(7) Tailgate locking switch

(8) Tailgate opening switch 103851

(9) Lock motor for the fuel filler flap (11) The radio frequency reception
aerial is a wire clipped onto the
(10) Rear screen opening switch
UCH. This wire goes into the
dashboard wiring harness.
II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - UCH

TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCUMENT


PHASE 1

UCH

118745

103852

87C-1
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Door management: List and location of components 87C
2 - UCH 4 - Door opening aerial (built into the handle)

WITHOUT TYRE PRESSURE SENS., and DOCU-


MENT PHASE 1 – DOCUMENT PHASE 2

101902

5 - Tailgate opening aerial


103852

3 - Renault Card

104451

101929

87C-2
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Door management: List and location of components 87C
6 - Presence sensor 8 - Tailgate locking switch

101902 104454

7 - Locking switch on the handle 9 - Tailgate opening switch

101902 105084

87C-3
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Door management: List and location of components 87C
10 - Lock motor for the fuel filler flap 11 - Rear screen opening switch

104453 105084

105881

87C-4
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Opening aerial: Removal - Refitting 87C
DOOR OPEN SYST. 433 NML

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

1 - Side opening elements


a Remove the door handle affected (see MR 371 Bo-
dywork, 51A, Side opening element mecha-
nisms, Door exterior handle: Removal - refitting).

2 - Non side opening element


a Remove the tailgate strip (see MR 371 Bodywork,
55A, Exterior protection, Tailgate strip: Removal
- refitting). 26405
a Remove:
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED - the cover (3) , taking care by the bracket (4) , to de-
tach the clips (5) from each side of the cover,

1 - Side opening elements - area (6) .


a Remove the cover by pulling (7) towards the rear of
the handle.

26404
a Remove:
26408
- seal (1) ,
a Note:
- the bolt (2) from the cover.
- the position of the opening aerial (8) ,
- the wiring harness routing (9) up to the end of the
goose neck outlet.

Note:
The retaining tabs (10) are very fragile: remove
them with care, using a flat-blade screwdriver.

87C-5
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Opening aerial: Removal - Refitting 87C
DOOR OPEN SYST. 433 NML

26407

26409

26411
a Remove the control switch and the door handle ae-
rial by pressing the retaining tabs (10) in the handle
casing.

Note: 26410

When removing the closure control button, the a Remove the closure control button by pressing the
button and the spring may be ejected. spigots using a flat-blade screwdriver while holding
the button.

87C-6
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Opening aerial: Removal - Refitting 87C
DOOR OPEN SYST. 433 NML
2 - Non side opening element a Connect the opening aerial connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

1 - Side opening elements


a Refit the door handle affected (see MR 371 Bo-
dywork, 51A, Side opening element mecha-
nisms, Door exterior handle: Removal -
Refitting).

2 - Non side opening element


a Refit the tailgate strip (see MR 371 Bodywork, 55A,
Exterior protection, Tailgate strip: Removal - re-
fitting).

104451
a Disconnect the connector (11) from the opening ae-
rial.
a Remove:
- the bolt (12) from the opening aerial,
- the opening aerial.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

1 - Side opening elements


a Clip:
- the closure control button on the switch support,
- the closure control button and the opening aerial on
the door handle.
a Position the cover.
a Refit:
- the cover bolt,
- the seal,

2 - Non side opening element


a Refit:
- the opening aerial,
- the opening aerial bolt.

87C-7
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Tailgate opening switch: Removal - Refitting 87C
Note:
It is not necessary to remove the door strip to per-
form this operation.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118483
a Protect the tailgate opening switch (1) with masking
tape.
a Unclip the tailgate opening switch (1) using a flat-
blade screwdriver.
a Disconnect the tailgate opening switch connector.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Connect the tailgate opening switch connector.
a Clip on the tailgate opening switch.

87C-8
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Tailgate locking switch: Removal - Refitting 87C
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
Essential special tooling CONCERNED
Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

103917
a Unclip the badge using the (Car. 1363) (2) .

103544
a Remove:
- the bolts (1) from the tailgate central lower trim,
- the tailgate central lower trim.

104449
a Disconnect the connector (3) from the tailgate loc-
king switch.
a Press, in the direction of the arrows (4) , the locking
spigots on the tailgate locking switch.

87C-9
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Tailgate locking switch: Removal - Refitting 87C

104454
a Extract the tailgate locking switch.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip on the tailgate locking switch.
a Connect the tailgate locking switch connector.
a Clip the badge on.

II - FINAL OPERATION
a Refit:
- the tailgate central lower trim,
- the tailgate central lower trim bolts.

87C-10
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Rear screen opening switch: Removal - Refitting 87C
a Clip on the rear screen opening switch.

Note:
It is not necessary to remove the door strip to per-
form this operation.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118484
a Protect the rear screen opening switch (1) with mas-
king tape.
a Unclip the rear screen opening switch (1) using a
flat-blade screwdriver.

118486

a Disconnect the connector (2) from the rear screen


opening switch.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Connect the rear screen opening switch connector.

87C-11
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Lock motor for the fuel filling compartment: Removal - Refitting 87C
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Partially remove the rear wheel arch liner (see Rear
wheel arch lining: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371,
71A, Body internal trim).

Note:
Make sure that the motor is in the "flap unlocked"
position.

Note:
If there is an electrical fault, the motor may be
turned manually using the knob.

105952
a Unclip the fuel filler flap by pressing on the clips (2) .

104453
a Remove the bolts (1) from the fuel filler flap.

87C-12
OPENING ELEMENT MANAGEMENT
Lock motor for the fuel filling compartment: Removal - Refitting 87C
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART REFITTING
CONCERNED

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Position the fuel filler flap lock motor.

Note:
Tighten the nut carefully onto the plastic thread
of the motor.

a Refit the fuel filler flap lock motor nut.


a Connect the fuel filler flap lock motor connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Clip on the fuel filler flap.
a Refit the fuel filler flap bolts.
a Refit the rear wheel arch liner (see Rear wheel arch
lining: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body
118477 internal trim).

105881
a Disconnect the connector (3) from the fuel filler flap
lock motor.
a Remove:
- the nut (4) from the fuel filler flap lock motor (loca-
ted above the flap in the outer wheel arch),
- the fuel filler flap lock motor.

87C-13
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Electric window: List and location of components 87D
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Front electric window switch on the passenger
door
The electric window system consists of:
- front electric window switches on the driver's door,
- a front electric window switch on the passenger door,

REAR ELECTRIC WINDOW+ONE-TOUCH+ANTI-


PINCH

- a rear electric window switch,


- a child safety switch.

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Front electric window switch on the driver's


door
103805

REAR ELECTRIC WINDOW+ONE-TOUCH+ANTI-


PINCH

3 - Rear electric window switch

103803

101574

87D-1
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Electric window: List and location of components 87D
4 - Child lock switch

103803

87D-2
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Electric sunroof: List and location of components 87D
ELECTRICAL SUNROOF + FIXED REAR SECT
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS 2 - Electric sunroof computer

No. Description

(1) Sunroof switch

(2) Electric sunroof computer

(3) Sunroof opening motor

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

1 - Sunroof switch

101985

The electric sunroof computer is integrated into the


opening motor.

To remove the electric sunroof computer (see 87D,


Electric windows - Sunroof, Sunroof opening mo-
tor Removal - Refitting, page 87D-10) .

3 - Sunroof opening motor

118450

101985

The sunroof opening motor is located between the


headlining and the roof in the rear area.

87D-3
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Front electric window switches on driver's door Removal - Refitting 87D
The front electric window switches (driver's side) are
clipped onto a plate.
The plate is clipped to the driver's door trim.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103804

a Extract the front window plate from the door trim.

Note:
The adhesive tape is used to protect the connec-
tors from any exterior damage: it should always
be used.
103803
a Remove the protective adhesive tape.
a Unclip the front electric window plate using a pair of
unclipping pliers, protecting the door trim. a Disconnect the front window switch connectors.

118760

a Unclip the front window switches from the plate by


pressing the clips (1) .

87D-4
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Front electric window switches on driver's door Removal - Refitting 87D
REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Clip the front window switches onto the plate.
a Connect the front window switch connectors.
a Refit the protective adhesive tape.
a Clip the front electric window plate onto the driver's
door trim.

87D-5
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Front electric window switch on the passenger door: Removal - Refitting 87D
The front electric window switch (passenger side) is
clipped to a plate.
The plate is clipped to the door trim.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103806
a Extract the front window plate from the door trim.

Note:
The adhesive tape is used to protect the connec-
tors from any exterior damage: it should always
be used.

103805 a Remove the protective adhesive tape.


a Unclip the front electric window switch using a pair of a Disconnect the front electric window switch connec-
unclipping pliers, protecting the door trim. tor.
a Unclip the electric window switch from the plate by
pressing the clips.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Clip the front electric window switch on the plate.
a Connect the front electric window switch connector.
a Refit the protective adhesive tape.
a Clip the front electric window plate onto the passen-
ger door trim.

87D-6
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Rear electric window switch: Removal - Refitting 87D
REAR ELECTRIC WINDOW+ONE-TOUCH+ANTI-PINCH
The rear electric window switch is clipped onto a plate. a Position the rear electric window switch plate on the
door trim.

REMOVAL a Refit:
- the door trim bolt,
OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART - the blanking cover.
CONCERNED

101574

a Remove:
- the blanking cover (1) ,
- the bolt (2) from the door trim,
- the plate (3) .

Note:
The adhesive tape is used to protect the connec-
tors from any exterior damage: it should always
be used.

a Remove the protective adhesive tape.


a Disconnect the rear window winder switch connec-
tor.
a Unclip the rear electric window switch from the plate.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Clip the rear electric window switch on the plate.
a Connect the rear electric window switch connector.
a Refit the protective adhesive tape.

87D-7
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Child safety switch: Removal - Refitting 87D
REAR ELECTRIC WINDOW+ONE-TOUCH+ANTI-PINCH

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the front window switch plate on the driver's
door (see 87D, Electric windows - Sunroof, Front
electric window switches on driver's door Remo-
val - Refitting, page 87D-4) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118760
a Remove the child safety switch by pressing on the
clips (1) .

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Clip on the child safety switch.

II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Refit the front window switch plate on the driver's
door (see 87D, Electric windows - Sunroof, Front
electric window switches on driver's door Remo-
val - Refitting, page 87D-4) .

87D-8
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Sunroof switch: Removal - Refitting 87D
ELECTRICAL SUNROOF + FIXED REAR SECT

Essential special tooling

Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

118450
a Place the (Car. 1363) at (1) .
a Unclip the sunroof switch (2) using the (Car. 1363).
a Disconnect the sunroof switch connector.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Connect the sunroof switch connector.
a Clip on the sunroof switch.

87D-9
ELECTRIC WINDOWS - SUNROOF
Sunroof opening motor Removal - Refitting 87D
ELECTRICAL SUNROOF + FIXED REAR SECT
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

101985
a Unclip and disconnect the connector (1) from the su-
101985
nroof motor.

In the event of a fault, the sunroof opening motor can a Remove:


be moved manually at (A) using an Allen key. - the bolts (2) from the sunroof motor,
- the connector mounting,
Note: - the sunroof motor.
The sunroof computer is integrated into the sunroof
opening motor.
REFITTING

REMOVAL I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a Refit:
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : - the sunroof motor,
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) (MR 370, 80A,
Battery). - the connector mounting,

a The headlining must be removed in order to access - the bolts to the sunroof motor.
the sunroof motor (see Headlining: Removal - Re- a Connect the sunroof motor connector.
fitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal trim).

II - FINAL OPERATION.
Note: a Refit the headlining (see Headlining: Removal -
The motor is located in the rear section of the Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal trim).
roof. a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) (MR 370, 80A,
Battery).
a It is essential to initialise the system after refitting the
motor using the diagnostic tool (see Battery: Ini-
tialisation) (MR 372, 80A, Battery).

87D-10
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor: List and location of components 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
I - LIST OF COMPONENTS

The parking distance control function consists of:

FR AND RR PROX RADAR

- 4 rear proximity sensors,

- 4 front proximity sensors,

- a rear parking distance control buzzer,

- a front parking distance control buzzer,

- a parking distance control computer, 104455

- a parking distance control switch,


Front proximity sensors (2)

PROXIMITY RADAR

- 4 rear proximity sensors,

- a parking distance control buzzer,

- a parking distance control computer,

- a parking distance control switch.


118460

II - LOCATION OF COMPONENTS

FR AND RR PROX RADAR

Rear proximity sensors (1)

118454

118476

87F-1
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor: List and location of components 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
Rear parking distance control buzzer (3) Parking distance control computer (4)

104347 106327

Front parking distance control buzzer (6) Parking distance control switch (5)

103598 103166

87F-2
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor: List and location of components 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
Rear parking distance control buzzer (2)

PROXIMITY RADAR

Rear proximity sensors (1)

118476

104347

Parking distance control computer (3)

104455

106327

87F-3
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor: List and location of components 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
Parking distance control switch (4)

103166

87F-4
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor switch: Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR

Essential special tooling

Car. 1363 Set of trim removal levers.

REMOVAL

OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

103166
a Unclip the switch side plate (1) using the (Car.
1363).
a Disconnect the parking distance control connector.
a Unclip the parking distance control switch (2) from
the switch side plate.

REFITTING

REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART CONCERNED


a Clip the parking distance control switch onto the
switch side plate.
a Connect the connector for the parking distance con-
trol.
a Clip on the switch side plate.

87F-5
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor buzzer: Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
The rear parking distance control buzzer is located - the gear lever upper trim (2) .
behind the rear left-hand quarter panel trim.
The front parking distance control buzzer is located in
the gear lever console.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

1-

REAR PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL BUZZER


a Remove the rear left-hand quarter panel trim (see
103602
Rear quarter panel trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR
371, 71A, Body internal trim). a Disconnect the hazard warning lights control con-
nector.

2-

FR AND RR PROX RADAR

FRONT PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL BUZZER


a
a

Note:
It is not necessary to remove the gear lever knob.

103603
a Remove:
- the side clips (4) from the gear lever console (one
from each side),
- the bolts (5) from the gear lever console on the
dashboard,
- the bolt (6) from the gear lever console on the gear
lever unit.

106922

a Unclip:
- the gear lever gaiter (1) ,

87F-6
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor buzzer: Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

1 - REAR PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL BUZZER

103604
a Unclip the gear lever console.

104347
a Disconnect the connector (9) from the parking dis-
tance control buzzer.
a Remove the plastic rivets from the parking distance
control buzzer (10) .

118759
a Disconnect the cigarette lighter connector (8) .

87F-7
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor buzzer: Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
2 - FRONT PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL 2 - FRONT PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
BUZZER BUZZER

FR AND RR PROX RADAR FR AND RR PROX RADAR

a Refit the front parking distance control buzzer on the


gear lever console.

a Connect the front parking distance control buzzer


connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

1 - REAR PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL BUZZER

a Refit the rear left-hand quarter panel trim (see Rear


quarter panel trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371,
71A, Body internal trim).

2 - FRONT PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL


118759 BUZZER.
a

Note: FR AND RR PROX RADAR


The front parking distance control buzzer is loca- a Connect the cigarette lighter connector.
ted behind the gear lever console grille (by arrow
1) a Refit:

- the gear lever console,

a Disconnect the front parking distance control buzzer - the gear lever console mounting bolts on the dash-
connector. board,
a Remove the plastic rivets from the front parking dis- - the gear lever console mounting bolt on the gear le-
tance control buzzer. ver unit,

- the gear lever console side clips.

REFITTING a Connect the hazard warning lights control connec-


tor.
I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
a Clip on:
CONCERNED
- the gear lever upper trim,
1 - REAR PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL BUZZER
- the gear lever gaiter on the upper trim.
a Refit the rear parking distance control buzzer to the
quarter panel.
a Connect the rear parking distance control buzzer
connector.

87F-8
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor buzzer: Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR

87F-9
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Proximity radar Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
WARNING
The distance control radars are fragile. Handle with FR AND RR PROX RADAR
care as the external part cannot withstand impacts.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

FR AND RR PROX RADAR


a Remove the front bumper (see Front bumper: Re-
moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

a Remove the rear bumper (see Rear bumper: Re-


moval - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protec-
tion).

118454
a Disconnect the proximity radar connector (1) .
a Remove the proximity radar through the front bum-
per by pressing the clips (2) taking care not to
scratch the radar.

87F-10
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Proximity radar Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

FR AND RR PROX RADAR


a Clip on the distance control radar, taking care not to
scratch it.
a Connect the distance control radar connector.

a Clip on the distance control radar, taking care not to


104455
scratch it.
a Connect the distance control radar connector.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

FR AND RR PROX RADAR


a Refit the front bumper (see Front bumper: Remo-
val - Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

a Refit the rear bumper (see Rear bumper: Removal


- Refitting) (MR 371, 55A, Exterior protection).

104456
a Disconnect the connector (3) from the proximity ra-
dar (4) .
a Remove the proximity radar (4) through the rear
bumper by pressing the clips, taking care not to
scratch the radar.

87F-11
PARKING DISTANCE CONTROL
Parking proximity sensor computer: Removal - Refitting 87F
FR AND RR PROX RADAR or PROXIMITY RADAR

REFITTING
Essential equipment
I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
diagnostic tool CONCERNED
The parking distance control computer is located a Connect the parking distance control computer con-
behind the rear left-hand quarter panel trim. nector.
a Position the parking distance control computer.
REMOVAL a Tighten the parking distance control computer bolts.

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION II - FINAL OPERATION.


a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : a Refit the rear left-hand quarter panel trim (see Rear
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . quarter panel trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371,
a Remove the rear left-hand quarter panel trim (see 71A, Body internal trim).
Rear quarter panel trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR a If replacing the parking distance control computer,
371, 71A, Body internal trim). carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART components) (MR 372, 87F, Parking distance con-
CONCERNED trol).

106327
a Undo the parking distance control computer bolts sli-
ghtly (1) .
a Remove the parking distance control computer
upwards.
a Disconnect the parking distance control computer
connector (2) .

87F-12
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
Engine accessories unit: Removal - Refitting 87G
M9R, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – DOCUMENT PHASE 2
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

engine accessories unit 10 Nm


bolt

engine accessories unit 4 Nm


cover bolts

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a When replacing the engine and accessories unit,
carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 87G, En-
gine compartment connection unit, Fault finding
- Replacement of components). 112658

a Remove: a Remove:

- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal - the engine accessories unit cover bolts (1) ,
- Refitting, page 80A-2) , - the engine accessories unit cover (2) .
- the battery tray (see 80A, Battery, Battery tray:
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-10)

115201
a Unclip the connector (3) from the engine accesso-
ries unit.

87G-1
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
Engine accessories unit: Removal - Refitting 87G
M9R, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1 – DOCUMENT PHASE 2

115202 115203
a Remove the engine accessories unit bolt (4) . a Remove the Engine Accessories Unit support.
a Remove the engine accessories unit.
REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Refit the Engine Accessories Unit support.

a Connect all the Engine Accessories Unit connectors.

a Position the engine accessories unit on its mounting.

a Refit the engine accessories unit bolt.

a Tighten to torque the engine accessories unit bolt


(10 Nm).

a Clip the connector on the Engine Accessories Unit.

a Refit:

- the engine accessories unit cover,

- the engine accessories unit cover bolts.


115206
a Disconnect all of the connectors from the engine ac- a Tighten to torque the engine accessories unit co-
cessories unit. ver bolts (4 Nm).

a Remove the Engine Accessories Unit.


II - FINAL OPERATION

a Refit:

- the battery tray (see 80A, Battery, Battery tray:


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-10) ,

- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal


- Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a When replacing the engine and accessories unit,


carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 87G, En-
gine compartment connection unit, Fault finding
- Replacement of components).

87G-2
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
Protection and Switching Unit: Removal - Refitting 87G
F4R or F9Q or K4J or K4M or K9K, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

Protection and Swit- 10 Nm


ching Unit bolt

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a When replacing the Protection and Switching Unit,
carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 87G, En-
gine compartment connection unit, Fault finding
- Replacement of components).
a Remove the engine covers.
a Remove the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : 101977
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . a Remove the bolt (1) .
a Disconnect the connectors (2) .
Note: a Unclip the connector (3) from its housing.
The upper section of the connection unit can be a Disconnect the connector (3) .
clipped on or screwed on.
a Unclip the Protection and Switching Unit.
a Remove the cover from the engine compartment
a Remove the Protection and Switching Unit from its
connection unit.
housing.

87G-3
ENGINE COMPARTMENT CONNECTION UNIT
Protection and Switching Unit: Removal - Refitting 87G
F4R or F9Q or K4J or K4M or K9K, and DOCUMENT PHASE 1
a When replacing the Protection and Switching Unit,
carry out the necessary operations using the dia-
gnostic tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 87G, En-
gine compartment connection unit, Fault finding
- Replacement of components).

101978

a Disconnect the remaining connectors (4) .

Note:
To unlock the connector (4) , use lock (5) .

a Remove the Protection and Switching Unit.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Connect the connectors (4) .

a Position the Protection and Switching Unit in its hou-


sing.

a Clip on the Protection and Switching Unit.

a Connect the connectors (2) .


a Refit the Protection and Switching Unit bolt.

a Tighten to torque the Protection and Switching


Unit bolt (10 Nm).

II - FINAL OPERATION

a Refit:
- the engine compartment connection unit cover,

- the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : Removal


- Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Refit the engine covers.

87G-4
WIRING HARNESS
Computers List and location of components 88A

103476

Mark Description
Mark Description
(14) Protection and Switching Unit/Engine
(1) Navigation interface unit accessories unit

(2) Radio or CD changer (15) Injection computer

(3) Air conditioning (16) Left discharge bulb high-voltage module

(4) Card reader (17) Automatic gearbox

(5) Right-hand electric window control (18) Anti-lock braking system / Electronic
Stability Program
(6) Airbag computer
(19) Right discharge bulb high-voltage
(7) Rain and light sensors module

(8) Instrument panel

(9) Receiver or CD multi-changer

(10) "Hands-free" opening aerial

(11) Left electric window control

(12) Electric power steering computer

(13) UCH

88A-1
WIRING HARNESS
Diagnostic socket: List and location of components 88A
LOCATION

Note:
For vehicles fitted with a loading tray (utility ver-
sion), remove the sliding centre console (see Cen-
tre console: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A,
Interior equipment).

103844
On vehicles fitted with a sliding electric console:
- push back the sliding console (2) ,
- remove the opening flap (3) taking care not to scratch
it.

Note:
103595
It is not necessary to remove the cup holder (4) .
On vehicles without a sliding electric console, the dia-
gnostic socket (1) is located underneath the carpet.

103843

88A-2
WIRING HARNESS
Headlining wiring: Removal - Refitting 88A
The headlining is not glued to the vehicle. It is held in II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
place by the door and tailgate seals, the sun visors and CONCERNED
the grab handles.

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a Remove the headlining (see Headlining: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal trim).

104352

a Mark out the routing of the wiring harness (3) .

a Gently detach the wiring harness.

REFITTING

101921 I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


a Unlock the connector (2) from the A-pillar on the left- CONCERNED
hand side by pressing the lock (1) .
a
a Disconnect the connector (2) .
Note:
It is possible to replace the headlining and keep
the wiring harness, and vice-versa.

Note:
The wiring harness cannot be repaired. It must
be replaced if it is cut, broken or burnt.

a Use a pasting nozzle to refit the wiring harness.

a Paste the wiring harness onto the routing that was


marked out.

a Cut the bead, taking care not to damage the wiring


harness.

Note:
It is also possible to leave the faulty harness in
place, and to glue the new harness alongside it.

88A-3
WIRING HARNESS
Headlining wiring: Removal - Refitting 88A
II - FINAL OPERATION.
a Connect the left-hand side A-pillar connector.
a Refit the headlining (see Headlining: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal trim).

88A-4
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag and Pretensioners: List and location of components 88C
The system comprises: Driver's front airbag (2)

I - LIST OF COMPONENTS

- an airbag computer,

- a driver's front airbag,


- a passenger's front airbag,
- front lap belt pretensioners,
- front buckle pretensioners,

- an inhibitor switch,
- a rear pyrotechnic inertia reel,

- a driver's seat position sensor.

FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG


103813

- side chest-level airbag. Passenger's front airbag (3)


- side curtain-type airbag,
- side impact sensors.

II - POSITION OF THE COMPONENTS

Airbag computer (1)

104060

101332

The airbag computer is located under the gear lever


lower trim.

88C-1
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag and Pretensioners: List and location of components 88C
Front lap belt pretensioner (4) Inhibitor switch (6)

101913

Front buckle pretensioner (5)

103163

Driver's seat runner switch (7)

101911

102166

88C-2
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag and Pretensioners: List and location of components 88C
Side impact sensor (10)

FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG

Front (chest-level) side airbag (8)

101915

102167

Side curtain-type airbag (9)

104350

88C-3
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair 88C
The pyrotechnic systems (pretensioners and airbags)
must be checked using the diagnostic tool :
Essential equipment
- after an accident,
diagnostic tool
- after theft or attempted theft of the vehicle,
- before selling a used vehicle.
I - PRECAUTIONS FOR REPAIR
II - TRIGGERING OF THE SAFETY SYSTEMS

IMPORTANT
IMPORTANT
All operations on airbag and pretensioner systems
must be carried out by qualified trained personnel.
In order to prevent interference with the deployment
The airbags have a pyrotechnic gas generator, with of the airbags:
an ignition module and bag which must not be
- do not fit a cover to the front seats,
separated.
- do not place objects in the area of deployment.
The pretensioners have a pyrotechnic gas genera-
tor and an igniter which must, under no circumstan-
After detection of an impact, the airbag computer locks
ces, be separated.
definitively and the « airbag fault » warning light is illu-
minated on the instrument panel. The airbag computer
and the side impact sensors must always be replaced.

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (pretensio- IMPORTANT
ners or airbags) near to a source of heat or naked To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not reuse
flame - they may be triggered. pyrotechnic components.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
before scrapping a vehicle or a part only (see 88C,
Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags and preten-
IMPORTANT sioners: Recycling - Destruction, page 88C-5) .
To prevent any accidental triggering whilst working
on or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or
pretensioners), lock the airbag computer using the III - DURABILITY OF THE PYROTECHNIC
diagnostic tool. COMPONENTS

When this function is activated, all the trigger lines The precautions which recommended that pyrotechnic
are inhibited and the airbag warning light on the ins- components (airbags and pretensioners) were repla-
trument panel lights up continuously (ignition on). ced 10 years after the registration of the vehicle have
now been lifted.
(see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (88C, Airbag and pretensioners). Pyrotechnic components (airbags and pretensioners)
do not therefore require any maintenance.
When working underneath the vehicle (on the bo-
dywork, sill panel, etc.) or for certain operations invol-
ving removal or refitting of seat trims, it is essential to
lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool
and to disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery,
Battery : Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To prevent the pyrotechnic components from being
permanently deactivated or triggered (airbags or
pretensioners), check the airbag computer using
the diagnostic tool.

88C-4
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbags and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction 88C
Essential special tooling

Ele. 1287 Airbag and pretensioners


destruction tool.

Ele. 1287-02 Set of 2 adapters for airbag


and pretensioners destruc-
tion tool.

IMPORTANT
To avoid all risk of damage to the systems, apply
the safety and cleanliness instructions and opera-
tion recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

IMPORTANT 96832
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not reuse a Always use the tool (Ele. 1287) and three kits of
pyrotechnic components. adapters (Ele. 1287-02),and.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
a Use a wiring connector kit 82 00 518 971.
before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.
a Attach the wiring connectors 82 00 518 971 to the
adapters (Ele. 1287-02) to obtain an adapter for
each colour (green, orange, blue, etc.) (see Wiring:
WARNING
Repair) (Technical Note 6015A, 88A, Wiring).
- Each part is intended for a specific vehicle type
and should not be fitted on another vehicle under a Use a battery to power the destruction tool.
any circumstances. The parts are not interchan-
geable.
I - AIRBAGS
- Do not trigger pretensioners which are to be retur-
ned under warranty because of a faulty stalk. This a
makes analysis of the part by the supplier impossi-
ble. Return the defective part to Techline in the Note:
packaging of the new part. The airbags must be destroyed outside the
workshop, in an area with sufficient space.
The airbags to be destroyed must be removed.
WARNING
The destruction procedure cannot be carried out if
local regulations require a special procedure which Note:
has been confirmed and published by the Fault fin-
ding, Repair and Procedures Department. If the airbag has two levels of activation (i.e. it is
fitted with two connectors), destroy both connec-
tors.

Note: a Prepare the adapter corresponding to the airbag to


be destroyed.
If triggering is not possible (faulty ignition module)
return the part to Techline. a Connect:

- the adapter to the destruction tool (Ele. 1287),

- the adapter to the airbag.

88C-5
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbags and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction 88C
a Connect the two feed wires of the destruction tool
(Ele. 1287) to a battery.

IMPORTANT
To prevent any risk of an accident when des-
troying a pyrotechnic component, check that no-
one is in the vicinity.

a Destroy the airbag by pressing the two push buttons


on the tool simultaneously.

II - PYROTECHNIC PRETENSIONERS AND INERTIA


REELS

1 - Destruction of part fitted on the vehicle to be


scrapped:
a Move the vehicle outside the workshop.
a Mark the adapter corresponding to the pyrotechnic
96834 component to be destroyed.
a Put the airbag on two wooden blocks. a Connect:
- the destruction tool (Ele. 1287) to the adapter,
- the adapter to the pyrotechnic component.
a Unwind the tool wiring fully, so that you are far enou-
gh away from the vehicle (approximately ten metres)
when the device is triggered.
a Connect the two feed wires of the destruction tool
(Ele. 1287) to a battery.

IMPORTANT
To prevent any risk of an accident when des-
troying a pyrotechnic component, check that no-
one is in the vicinity.

a Destroy the pyrotechnic component by pressing the


two push buttons on the tool simultaneously.

2 - Destruction of part removed from the vehicle:


96835 a Proceed in the same way as for an airbag (in a stack
of old tyres).
a The destruction procedure is carried out in a stack of
old tyres.
a Make sure that the airbag deployment will not be
hindered.
a Unwind the full length of the wiring for the tool, in or-
der to distance it as far away as possible from the
pyrotechnic component to be destroyed.

88C-6
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer: Removal - Refitting 88C
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

airbag computer nuts 8 Nm

gear lever control bolts 21 Nm

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

106922
REMOVAL
a Unclip:
- the gear lever gaiter (1) ,
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
- the gear lever upper trim (2) .
a

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on).

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag and seat
belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement
of components). 103602
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : a Disconnect the connector (3) from the hazard war-
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . ning lights control.

Note:
It is not necessary to remove the gear lever knob.

88C-7
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer: Removal - Refitting 88C
FR AND RR PROX RADAR

a Disconnect the front parking distance control buzzer


connector.

a Remove the gear lever lower trim .

103603
a Remove:
- the side clip (4) from the gear lever lower trim on
each side,
- the gear lever lower trim bolts (5) .

103582

a Remove the gear lever control bolts (7) .

a Partially lift the carpet.

103604
a Unclip the gear lever lower trim (6) .
a Disconnect the cigarette lighter connector.

NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3


a Disconnect the navigation speaker connector.

103586

a Remove the soundproofing (8) .

88C-8
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer: Removal - Refitting 88C
REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Refit the computer.

a Torque tighten the airbag computer nuts (8 Nm).

a Connect the airbag computer connectors.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit:

- a new protective housing to the airbag computer,

- the soundproofing.

a Refit the gear lever control bolts.

a Torque tighten the gear lever control bolts (21


103587 Nm).
a Unclip the protective housing at (9) then (10) . a Position the gear lever lower trim.

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART NAVIGATION AID 1 or NAVIGATION AID 3


CONCERNED
a Connect the navigation speaker connector.

FR AND RR PROX RADAR

a Connect the front parking distance control buzzer


connector.

a Connect the cigarette lighter connector.

a Refit:

- the gear lever lower trim,

- the gear lever lower trim bolts,

- the gear lever lower trim side clips.


101332 a Connect the hazard warning lights control connec-
tor.
a Unlock the connectors at (11) .
a Clip:
a Disconnect the connectors.
- the gear lever upper trim,
a Remove:
- the gear lever gaiter on the gear lever upper trim.
- the airbag computer nuts (12) ,
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
- the airbag computer. Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

88C-9
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Airbag computer: Removal - Refitting 88C
a If the airbag computer is being replaced, carry out
the necessary operations using the diagnostic tool
(see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag - Seat belt
pretensioners, Fault finding Configurations and
programming).

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag and
seat belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replace-
ment of components).

88C-10
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Driver's front airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT 18455
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on a Insert a screwdriver into the aperture (1) located
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
behind the steering wheel.
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool. a Unclip the driver's front airbag at the top (2) .

When this function is activated, all the trigger


lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on).

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or
naked flame - they may be triggered.

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag and seat
belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement
of components).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED
a Turn the steering wheel one half-turn.

88C-11
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Driver's front airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION

IMPORTANT
After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
red, it is essential to replace certain parts.
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag
and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED

a Connect the connectors onto the driver's front air-


bag.
103813
a Lock the driver's front airbag connectors.

a Refit the driver’s front airbag

a Clip the driver's front airbag onto the steering wheel.

III - FINAL OPERATION.

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


101920 tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag and
a Unlock the driver's front airbag connectors at (3) . seat belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replace-
a Disconnect the connectors (4) from the driver's front ment of components).
airbag.
a Remove the driver's front airbag.
IMPORTANT
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
IMPORTANT reuse pyrotechnic components.
To prevent the any component from being thrown It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
upwards, store the airbag with the inflatable before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.
cushion facing upwards.
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags
and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction,
page 88C-5) .

88C-12
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Passenger front airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
a Remove the dashboard (see Dashboard: Removal
- Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment).
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a
Tightening torquesm
Note:
passenger front airbag 2 Nm
bolts The passenger front airbag connectors can be
accessed by removing the passenger storage
compartment.
IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on 101920
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni- a Unlock the passenger front airbag connectors at (1) .
tion on).

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or
naked flame - they may be triggered.

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

RIGHT-HAND DRIVE
a Remove the UCH (see 87B, Passenger compart-
ment connection unit, UCH: Removal - Refitting,
page 87B-1) .

88C-13
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Passenger front airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION

IMPORTANT
After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
red, it is essential to replace certain parts.
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag
and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

IMPORTANT
When the passenger front airbag is triggered, the
consequent damage caused to the mountings
always requires the dashboard to be replaced.
Affix the label warning against fitting a rear-facing
104057 child seat on the front passenger seat to the pas-
senger side of the dashboard.
a Disconnect:
- the passenger front airbag connectors (2) ,
- the earth terminal. II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED

IMPORTANT
Whenever the passenger front airbag is remo-
ved, replace the nuts or bolts that secure the air-
bag to the dashboard with new ones.

a Refit:

- the passenger front airbag,

- the passenger front airbag bolts.

a Torque tighten the passenger front airbag bolts (2


Nm).

IMPORTANT
To prevent the airbag triggering, connect the
earth wire before the igniter connector(s).
104060
a Remove: a Connect:
- the passenger front airbag bolts (3) , - the earth terminal,
- the passenger front airbag.
- the passenger front airbag connectors.

III - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit the dashboard (see Dashboard: Removal -


Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior equipment).

88C-14
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Passenger front airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
RIGHT-HAND DRIVE
a Refit the UCH (see 87B, Passenger compartment
connection unit, UCH: Removal - Refitting, page
87B-1) .

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

IMPORTANT
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
reuse pyrotechnic components.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.

(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags


and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction,
page 88C-5) .

88C-15
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front (chest) side airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG
The front side chest-level airbag is fixed to the lower II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
section of the seatback of each front seat on the door CONCERNED
side.

When it is deployed, the inflatable bag tears the modu-


le cover and the foam and detaches the trim.

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

a
102167
IMPORTANT
a Disconnect:
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre- - the connector (1) from the front side chest-level air-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the bag,
diagnostic tool.
- the earth terminal.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on a Remove:
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on). - the rivet (2) from the front side chest-level airbag
(see MR 400 Bodywork, 40A, General informa-
tion),

IMPORTANT - the front side chest-level airbag.


Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or REFITTING
naked flame - they may be triggered.

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION


a Lock the airbag computer (see Fault finding - Re-
placement of components)(MR 372, 88C, Airbags a
and pretensioners).
IMPORTANT
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . red, it is essential to replace certain parts (see
88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag and
a Remove: Pretensioners: Precautions for repair, page
88C-4) .
- the seat (see Complete front seat: Removal - Re-
fitting) (MR 371, 75A, Front seat frames and run-
ners),
IMPORTANT
- the front seatback trim (see Front seatback trim: To ensure that the ignition module is correctly
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 77A, Front seat mounted, replace any side chest airbags that
trim). have been removed.

88C-16
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front (chest) side airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
a Refit a new front side chest-level airbag (see MR
400 Bodywork, 40A, General information).
a

IMPORTANT
To prevent the airbag triggering, connect the
earth wire before the igniter connector(s).

Connect:
- the earth terminal,
- the front side chest-level airbag connector.

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a Refit:
- the front seatback trim (see Front seatback trim:
Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 77A, Front seat
trim),
- the seat (see Complete front seat: Removal - Re-
fitting) (MR 371, 75A, Front seat frames and run-
ners).
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer (see Fault finding - Re-


placement of components) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags
and pretensioners).

IMPORTANT
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
reuse pyrotechnic components.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
before scrapping a vehicle or a part only (see
88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags and
pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction, page
88C-5) .

88C-17
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side curtain airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FR+RR+CURTAIN SIDE AIRBAG or FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

curtain airbag bolts 8 Nm

The curtain airbag is mounted behind the headlining


and the quarter panel trim.

The airbag detaches the headlining when it inflates.

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .
101920
a Unlock the curtain side airbag connector at (1) .
REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on).

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or 104351
naked flame - they may be triggered. a Remove the side curtain airbag bolts (2) .

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

a Remove the headlining (see Headlining: Removal -


Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal trim).

88C-18
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side curtain airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FR+RR+CURTAIN SIDE AIRBAG or FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG

104350 104350
a Remove:
- the rivets (3) (see MR 400 Panelwork, 40A, Gene-
ral information),
- the deflector.

100236
a The curtain section is attached at several points (4) ,
remove each clip:
- pull the clips towards (5) ,
- pull towards (6) to remove the upper section of the
clip.

88C-19
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side curtain airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FR+RR+CURTAIN SIDE AIRBAG or FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG

100237 20234
a Remove the clip by pushing towards (7) . a

Note:
REFITTING
The repair plates must only be fitted on the rear
mounting that is closest to the gas generator.
I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION
a To carry out this operation, use the following parts:
a
- a deflector,
IMPORTANT
- a repair plate (part number 82 00 277 635),
After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
red, it is essential to replace certain parts. - 3 samples of adhesive (3 x Part No. 77 11 237
672),
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag
and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair, - two special rivets (Part No. 77 03 072 050),
page 88C-4) . - a curtain side airbag.
a Position the repair plates only after the curtain air-
bags have been triggered in the vehicle:

88C-20
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side curtain airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FR+RR+CURTAIN SIDE AIRBAG or FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG

102538 117326
a Position the various activator grille pieces (9) on the
a
repair plate.
Note: a Position the plate on the rear quarter lining, held in
The pad is identical on the left and right-hand place by a vice or a clamp, so that the lower section
sides. does not become unstuck.
a Leave the adhesive to set for at least 15 minutes.
a Cut away the panel (8) damaged by the side curtain
airbag triggering.

a Using a thin brush, carry out the following anticorro-


sion protection operations:

- degrease and wipe,

Apply:

- the wash primer,

- the primer,

- the paint range.

a Inject wax into the hollow section (see Anti-corro-


sion protection product Description) (MR 371,
04E, Paint).

a Use adhesive to coat:


104631
- the face of the repair plate in contact with the rear a Rivet the plate using special rivets (10) .
quarter lining,
a Remove the vice or the clamp.
- the rear quarter lining in contact with the repair pla-
te.

a Cut the 3 activator grilles into 3 pieces lengthways.

88C-21
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side curtain airbag: Removal - Refitting 88C
FR+RR+CURTAIN SIDE AIRBAG or FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG
II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
CONCERNED tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a Position the side curtain airbag without tightening
the bolts.
IMPORTANT
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
IMPORTANT reuse pyrotechnic components.
The side curtain airbag retaining clips will not It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
fasten securely after they have been removed. before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.
Replace any side curtain airbag that has been
removed. (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags
and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction,
page 88C-5) .

104350

a Fit all the clips, working from the rear of the vehicle
to the front.

a Tighten to torque the curtain airbag bolts (8 Nm).

a Replace the deflector (11) using rivets (Part no.: 77


03 072 337)(see MR 400 Panelwork, 40A, General
Information).

a Connect the side curtain airbag connector, checking


that it is correctly locked.

III - FINAL OPERATION.

a Refit the headlining (see Headlining: Removal -


Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal trim).

a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :


Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

88C-22
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side impact sensor: Removal - Refitting 88C
FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG

Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

side impact sensor bolt 8 Nm

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL
101915

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a Remove the bolt from the side impact sensor (1) .
a
a Disconnect the side impact sensor connector.
IMPORTANT
a Remove the side impact sensor located on each si-
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
de, behind the B-pillar lining.
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
REFITTING
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni- I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART
tion on). CONCERNED

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool a Connect the side impact sensor connector.
(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners). a Position the side impact sensor with its lug.

a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : a Torque tighten the side impact sensor bolt (8 Nm).
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

II - FINAL OPERATION.
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED a Refit the B-pillar lower trim (see B-pillar lower trim:
a Remove the B-pillar lower trim (see B-pillar lower Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body internal
trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A, Body in- trim).
ternal trim).
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

88C-23
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Side impact sensor: Removal - Refitting 88C
FRONT SIDE+CURTAIN AIRBAG
a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

Note:
These sensors do not require programming with
the diagnostic tool.

88C-24
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Inhibitor switch: Removal - Refitting 88C
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni- 114137
tion on). a Remove the inhibitor switch on the side panel by
pressing on the clips (3) .
a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool
(see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag - Seat belt
pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement of REFITTING
components).

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART CONCERNED
CONCERNED
a Clip the inhibitor switch onto the side face.

a Connect inhibitor switch connector.

a Refit the side panel.

II - FINAL OPERATION.

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag - seat
belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement
of components).

a Check:
103163
- the operation of the switch,
a Remove the dashboard side face (1) .
- the « airbag OFF » warning light on the instrument
a Disconnect inhibitor switch connector (2) . panel.

88C-25
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front lap belt pretensioner: Removal - Refitting 88C
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

front lap belt pretensio- 21 Nm


ner bolt

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL 18828
a Unclip the seat belt (1) by pressing on the lock (2) .
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
a

IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on).

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or
naked flame - they may be triggered.

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag - Seat belt 110749
pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement of a Protect the seat raise control handle (using masking
components). tape).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery : a Remove the seat height adjuster control handle, tap-
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) . ping gently with a mallet on the rear section of the
control at (3) , whilst raising the control slightly.

88C-26
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front lap belt pretensioner: Removal - Refitting 88C
II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART
CONCERNED

101913
a Disconnect the pretensioner connector (5) .
a Remove:
102184
- the pretensioner bolt (6) ,
- the front lap belt pretensioner.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATION OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT
After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
red, it is essential to replace certain parts.
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag
and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
102185 a Refit:
a Remove:
- the front lap belt pretensioner,
- the plastic casing bolts (4) ,
- the front lap belt pretensioner bolt.
- the plastic housing.
a Torque tighten the front lap belt pretensioner bolt
(21 Nm).
a Connect the front lap belt pretensioner connector.

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a Refit:
- the plastic seat cover,
- the seat cover bolts,

88C-27
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front lap belt pretensioner: Removal - Refitting 88C
- the seat height adjuster control handle.
a Clip the seat belt onto the front lap pretensioner.
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


tool (see MR 372 Fault finding, 88C, Airbag - Seat
belt pretensioners, Fault finding - Replacement
of components).

IMPORTANT
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
reuse pyrotechnic components.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.

(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags


and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction,
page 88C-5) .

88C-28
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front buckle pretensioner: Removal - Refitting 88C
Essential equipment

diagnostic tool

Tightening torquesm

pretensioner bolt 21 Nm

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL
101910

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION a Unclip the rear trim from the plastic casing (1) .

a a Remove the bolt (2) from the plastic casing.


a Remove the plastic casing (3) .
IMPORTANT
To avoid any risk of triggering when working on
or near a pyrotechnic component (airbags or pre-
tensioners), lock the airbag computer using the
diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on).

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or
naked flame - they may be triggered.

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove the seat (see Complete front seat: Remo-
val - Refitting) (MR 371, 75A, Front seat frames
and runners).

88C-29
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Front buckle pretensioner: Removal - Refitting 88C
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART III - FINAL OPERATION.
CONCERNED
a Refit:
- the plastic casing,
- the plastic casing bolt.
a Clip on the rear trim of the plastic casing.
a Refit the seat (see Complete front seat: Removal -
Refitting) (MR 371, 75A, Front seat frames and run-
ners).
a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
To avoid a fault with or even triggering of pyro-
technic components (airbags or pretensioners),
check the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool.

a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic


tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
101911 nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a
IMPORTANT
WARNING
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
To prevent any malfunctions, mark the cable rou- reuse pyrotechnic components.
ting and how to connect the connectors.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
a Disconnect the pretensioner connector (4) . before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.
a Remove: (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags
- the pretensioner bolt (5) , and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction,
page 88C-5) .
- the front buckle pretensioner.

REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT
After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
red, it is essential to replace certain parts.
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag
and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4)

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Refit the front buckle pretensioner.
a Torque tighten the pretensioner bolt (21 Nm).
a Connect the pretensioner connector.

88C-30
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Rear pyrotechnic inertia reel: Removal - Refitting 88C
- the rear quarter panel trim (see Rear quarter pa-
nel trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A,
Essential equipment
Body internal trim).
diagnostic tool
II - REMOVAL OPERATION FOR PART
CONCERNED
Tightening torquesm

rear pyrotechnic seat 21 Nm


belt inertia reel bolt

seat belt bolt 21 Nm

seat belt fitting bolt 21 Nm

IMPORTANT
Consult the safety and cleanliness advice and ope-
ration recommendations before carrying out any
repair (see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Air-
bag and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

REMOVAL

I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION 120700

a a Remove the seat belt fitting mounting bolt (1) .

IMPORTANT
To prevent any accidental triggering whilst wor-
king on or near a pyrotechnic component (air-
bags or pretensioners), lock the airbag computer
using the diagnostic tool.
When this function is activated, all the trigger
lines are inhibited and the airbag warning light on
the instrument panel lights up continuously (igni-
tion on).

IMPORTANT
Never handle the pyrotechnic systems (preten-
sioners or airbags) near to a source of heat or
naked flame - they may be triggered.

a Lock the airbag computer using the diagnostic tool


(see Fault finding - Replacement of components)
(MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).
a Disconnect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .
a Remove:
- the side rear parcel shelf (see Rear side parcel
shelf: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior
equipment),

88C-31
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Rear pyrotechnic inertia reel: Removal - Refitting 88C
REFITTING

I - REFITTING PREPARATIONS OPERATION


a

IMPORTANT
After a seat belt pyrotechnic component is trigge-
red, it is essential to replace certain parts.
(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbag
and Pretensioners: Precautions for repair,
page 88C-4) .

II - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


CONCERNED
a Refit the rear pyrotechnic seat belt inertia reel.
a Torque tighten:
- the rear pyrotechnic seat belt inertia reel bolt
120699 (21 Nm),
- the seat belt bolt (21 Nm)
- the seat belt fitting bolt (21 Nm).
a Connect the rear pyrotechnic inertia reel connector.
a Refit:
- the rear quarter panel trim (see Rear quarter pa-
nel trim: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 71A,
Body internal trim),
- the side rear parcel shelf (see Rear side parcel
shelf: Removal - Refitting) (MR 371, 57A, Interior
equipment).

III - FINAL OPERATION.


a Connect the battery (see 80A, Battery, Battery :
Removal - Refitting, page 80A-2) .

IMPORTANT
104346 To prevent the pyrotechnic components from
a Disconnect the connector (2) from the rear pyrotech- being permanently deactivated or triggered (air-
nic seat belt inertia reel. bags or pretensioners), check the airbag compu-
ter using the diagnostic tool
a Remove:
- the rear pyrotechnic seat belt inertia reel bolt (3) ,
- the seat belt bolt (4) ,
- the rear pyrotechnic seat belt inertia reel.

88C-32
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Rear pyrotechnic inertia reel: Removal - Refitting 88C
a Unlock the airbag computer using the diagnostic
tool (see Fault finding - Replacement of compo-
nents) (MR 372, 88C, Airbags and pretensioners).

IMPORTANT
To eliminate the risk of any accident, do not
reuse pyrotechnic components.
It is essential to destroy pretensioners or airbags
before scrapping a vehicle or a part only.

(see 88C, Air bag and Pretensioners, Airbags


and pretensioners: Recycling - Destruction,
page 88C-5) .

88C-33
AIR BAG AND PRETENSIONERS
Seat runner switch: Removal - Refitting 88C
The driver's seat is fitted with a runner position switch a Unclip the runner switch (1) .
(1) . This switch adjusts the inflation of the driver’s fron-
tal airbag (high or low volume) according to the position
of the driver's seat. REFITTING

I - REFITTING OPERATION FOR PART


Note: CONCERNED
The inflation volume of the passenger airbag does a Clip the runner switch on the mounting.
not vary according to the seat position.
a Refit the harness.
a Check that the harness is in good condition.
REMOVAL
II - FINAL OPERATION
I - REMOVAL PREPARATION OPERATION
a Refit:
a Remove: - the front seat cushion trim (see MR 371 Bo-
- the seat (see MR 371 Bodywork, 75A, Front seat dywork, 77A, Front seat trim: Front seatback
frames and runners, Complete front seat: Re- trim: Removal - Refitting),
moval - Refitting), - the seat (see MR 371 Bodywork, 75A, Front seat
- the front seat cushion trim (see MR 371 Bo- frames and runners, Complete front seat: Re-
dywork, 77A, Front seat trim: Front seatback moval - Refitting).
trim: Removal - Refitting).

II - OPERATION FOR REMOVAL OF PART


CONCERNED

102166

Note:
The sensor is integral with the wiring; in the case
of sensor malfunction, replace the wiring.

a Make a note of the harness routing.


a Unclip the harness.

88C-34