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10 - Familiarisation

AUTOMATIC AIR
CONDITIONING

1. Air conditioning on/off.

2. Automatic visibility
programme.

3. Air intake/air
recirculation.

4. Rear screen and 7. Driver's 10. Passenger air distribution


exterior mirrors automatic comfort adjustment.
demisting. programme.
5. System off. 8. Driver's air

11. Passenger automatic


distribution comfort programme.
adjustment.
6. Driver's temperature 9. Air flow adjustment.
12. Passenger temperature
adjustment. adjustment.

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CHECKING THE LEVELS Brake and clutch fluid level Used oil
The level must always be between the Prevent used oil from coming into
Oil level DANGER and MAXIMUM marks in the prolonged contact with the skin.
reservoir. Brake and clutch fluid is harmful to health
F Check the level regularly and top up If the level drops substantially, contact a and very corrosive.
between changes. Maximum
PEUGEOT dealer immediately. Do not dispose of used oil, brake and clutch
consumption is 0.5 l per 600 miles
(1,000 km). fluid or coolant into drains or onto the
ground.
Carry out this check with the vehicle level,
engine cold, using the oil level gauge on the
Fluid change:
instrument panel or the dipstick.
- must be carried out according to the
manufacturer's servicing schedule.
- use fluids recommended by the
manufacturer, which fulfil DOT4
Dipstick
standards.
There are two marks on the
dipstick:
A = maximum
Power steering reservoir
Never fill past this mark. B =
minimum F Open the reservoir, with the en-gine
To maintain the reliability of cold at ambient temperature. The level
engines and emission control should always be above the MINI mark
systems, the use of additives and close to the MAXI mark.
in engine oil is prohibited.

Windscreen and headlamp


Oil change wash level
According to the information given in the For best quality cleaning and for your
servicing booklet. safety, we advise that you use prod-ucts
recommended by PEUGEOT (reservoir
Viscosity selection capacity 4 litres or 6.5 litres with headlamp
In all cases, the oil selected must meet the wash).
manufacturer's requirements.

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CHECKS Handbrake
Where the handbrake travel is too great or In order to check the main levels and
Battery there is a reduction in the performance of certain components, in ac-cordance
At the start of winter, have your bat-tery the system, the handbrake should be with the manufacturer's servicing
checked by a PEUGEOT dealer. adjusted. Have the system checked by a schedule, refer to the pages of the
PEUGEOT dealer. servicing booklet which correspond to
your vehi-cle's engine.

Air filter and passenger Manual gearbox


compartment filter This does not need an oil change.
Have the filter elements replaced regularly. Have the level checked, accord-ing to the
If you drive in dusty conditions, change manufacturer's servicing schedule.
them twice as often.

Automatic gearbox Only use products recom-


mended by PEUGEOT or
This does not need an oil change. Have the products of equivalent quality
Particulate emission filter - level checked by a PEUGEOT dealer, and specification.
Additive reservoir (Diesel) according to the manufacturer's servicing To ensure best perform-ance
Maintenance of the particulate emis-sion schedule. from components as important as the power
filter and filling of the additive reservoir steering and the brak-ing system,
must be carried out by a PEUGEOT dealer, PEUGEOT selects and offers specific
according to the manufacturer's servicing Oil filter products.
schedule. Change the filter regularly, in accord-ance To prevent damage to the electri-cal units,
with the servicing schedule. high pressure washing of the engine
compartment is strictly prohibited .

Brake pads
Brake pad wear depends on the style of
driving, in particular for ve-hicles which are
used in town, over short distances. It may
be necessary to check the thickness of the
pads, even between services.
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CHANGING A WHEEL Tools available Removal
The following tools are located in the F For vehicles with alloy wheels fitted
F Park the vehicle on level, stable and
polystyrene holder in the centre of the with wheel trims, pull the centre trim by
non-slippery ground. spare wheel: using tool 6 in one of the holes.
F Apply the handbrake, switch off the 1 - Wheelbrace.
ignition and engage first or reverse gear 2 - Centralising tool. F Loosen the wheel bolts.
(position P for the automatic gearbox).
3 - Wheelbrace extension. F Take the jack 4 from the tool kit.
4 - Jack.
F Place the jack in one of the four
5 - Removable towing eye. locations A underneath the vehi-cle (the
6 - Alloy wheel trim remover. nearest one to the wheel to be
7 - Trim cover tool. changed).
Access to the spare wheel and the F Extend the jack using wheelbrace 1 and
jack in the boot the extension 3.
F Detach the luggage net. F Remove a wheel bolt at the top and fit
F Lift the boot carpet using the lifting the centralising tool 2 in its place.
hook. Secure this hook behind the boot
seal. F Unscrew the other bolts and re-move
the wheel.
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For your safety, always


change the wheel:
- on level, stable, non-slippery
ground,
- with the handbrake ap-plied,

- with first or reverse gear engaged


(position P for the automatic gear-box),
- never go underneath a vehicle which is
supported only by a jack
(use a ramp).

After changing the wheel:


Fitting a wheel - have the tightening of the bolts and the
F Position the wheel using the cen- F Put the tool holder back in posi-tion. tyre pressure checked by a PEUGEOT
tralising tool 2 to assist you. This helps to keep the boot floor in its dealer as soon as pos-sible,
F Tighten the bolts by hand and re-move correct position, to pre-vent any
the centralising tool. deformation of the floor when loaded. - have the punctured wheel repaired and
F Partly tighten the bolts using the refit it to the vehicle as soon as possible,
wheelbrace 1. F Tighten the spare wheel securing
strap to prevent noise and for your - the steel spare wheel must only be used
F Fold the jack 4 and remove it. for a very short time.
safety in the event of impact.
F Fully tighten the bolts using the
wheelbrace. Tyres fitted with the Tyre Under-Inflation
F Replace the wheel trim. Detection System.
For the alloy trims, position the removal These wheels have a pressure sensor.
hole opposite the valve. Have them repaired by a PEUGEOT dealer.
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Special features of alloy Fitting the spare wheel Anti-theft bolts
wheels If your vehicle is fitted with a steel spare
wheel, when fitting it, it is nor-mal to notice If your wheels are fitted with an anti-theft
Bolt covers when tightening the bolts that the washers bolt (one per wheel), the chrome trim must
Alloy wheel bolts are covered by chrome do not come into contact with the rim. The be removed using the yellow tool 7, before
trims. spare wheel is secured by the cone-shape unscrewing the bolt using the anti-theft
Use the yellow tool 7 to remove the trims of each bolt. socket and the wheel brace.
before slackening the bolts.
Note: the anti-theft socket was given to you
Fitting snow tyres on delivery of your vehicle along with the
duplicate keys and the confidential card.
If you fit snow tyres mounted on steel
wheels to your vehicle, it is essential to use Make a careful note of the code number
special bolts available from your PEUGEOT engraved on the head of the anti-theft
dealer. socket. This will enable you to obtain a
duplicate socket from a PEUGEOT dealer.
Fitting snow chains
If you wish to fit snow chains on your
vehicle, contact a PEUGEOT dealer to find
out which models are recom-mended for
your vehicle.
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LIGHTS STALK WIPERS STALK
The position is indicated on the in- Ring B 2. Fast wipe.
strument panel by the corresponding 1. Normal wipe.
indicator light. Front fog lamps
I. Intermittent wipe.
Ring A 0. Park.
AUTO. Automatic wipe or
Lights off single wipe.
Front fog lamps and A. Wash-wipe.
rear fog lamps
The windscreen wiping must be
Side lights reactivated if the ignition has been
Dipped headlamps/ switched off for more than one minute.

Main beam headlamps


Automatic switching on

of the lights
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CHANGING A WINDSCREEN ECONOMY MODE FUNCTION LOAD REDUCTION


WIPER BLADE FUNCTION
After the engine has stopped, certain
functions (windscreen wiper, electric When driving, certain functions (air
Placing the wiper blades in the windows, sunroof, electric seats, au-dio conditioning, heated rear screen, heating
maintenance position equipment, telephone, etc) can only be system for passenger com-partment of
F Less than one minute after switch-ing used for a combined duration of diesel vehicles, etc.) may be switched off
off the ignition, press the wind-screen approximately thirty minutes, to prevent temporarily, depend-ing on the level of
wiper stalk down once to position the discharging the battery. battery charge.
blades at the top of the windscreen Once the thirty minutes are over, a Reactivation of these functions is automatic,
(maintenance position). switching to economy mode mes-sage once the battery charge is sufficient.
appears on the multi-function display and
the active functions are put on standby. Note: at the risk of discharging the battery,
Replacing a blade the functions that have been switched off
F Lift the arm, then unclip the blade and These functions are reactivated au-
may be reactivated manually.
remove it. tomatically next time the vehicle is driven.
F Fit the new blade and fold down the In order to resume the use of these
arm. functions immediately, the engine must be
started and left to run for a few minutes.
To reposition the blades, switch on the
ignition and operate the windscreen wiper The time available to you will then be
stalk. double the duration for which the engine is
left running. However, this period will
always be between five and thirty minutes.

Note: if the telephone is being used when


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

A flat battery prevents the engine


from starting.
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Never disconnect a ter-minal


when the engine is running.

Never charge a battery with-

terminals.out first disconnecting the


Close the windows and sunroof fully before
disconnecting the battery.
Use cables of suitable cross-sec-tion; for
further information, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer.
After every re-connection of the bat-tery,
switch on the ignition and wait for 1 minute
before starting, to alllow the electronic
BATTERY To start the vehicle from another
systems to be initial-ised. However, if slight
battery:
The battery is in the left boot trim. difficulties are experienced after this, please
F open the bonnet, contact a PEUGEOT dealer.
F remove the left side cover,
F use the two additional terminals (+) and
To charge the battery using a (-) located under the bonnet,
battery charger: F open the red cover of the (+) terminal,
F pull the handle downwards and fold If electrical work is carried out,
F connect the red cable between the (+) disconnect the battery.
back the panel to gain access to the terminal and the positive (+) terminal of
battery, It is advisable to disconnect the battery
the slave battery,
F disconnect the green terminal (-) of if the vehicle is not to be used for a
F connect the green or black cable be-
the battery, tween the (-) terminal and the nega-tive period of more than one month.
follow the instructions for use given by (-) terminal of the slave battery, When charging or replacement of the
the battery charger manufacturer, F start the engine and let it run, battery is necessary, do not close the
F check that the terminals and F wait for the engine to return to idle then boot as, since it is only opened
connectors are clean. If they are disconnect the cables, electrically, it would then be necessary
covered with sulphate (whitish or F close the red cover of the (+) ter-minal, to use the emergency control (see
greenish deposit), disconnect them and
corre-sponding section).
clean them,
F refit the left side cover, Do not connect a slave battery to the
F reconnect the green terminal (-) of the F close the bonnet. (+) and (-) terminals located under the
battery,
bonnet if there is no battery in the boot
F refit the panel and close it.
(risk of short circuit).

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Special features of the


automatic gearbox
Towing a vehicle with an automatic gearbox
in reverse gear is prohibi-ted (absence of
lubrication).
When being towed with all four wheels on
the ground, it is imperative that the following
rules are obeyed:
- selector lever in position N,
- the vehicle must be towed at a speed of
less than 30 mph (50 km/h) over a
maximum distance of 30 miles (50 km),
- do not add oil to the gearbox.
TOWING YOUR VEHICLE

Without lifting (4 wheels on the


road) From the rear:
You should always use a towbar. F Carefully unclip the top of the cover
The towing eye is inside the spare wheel. using a small screwdriver,
F Screw in the towing eye until it locks.

When towing with the en-gine


From the front: switched off, there is no braking
F Carefully unclip the bottom of the or steering as-sistance.
cover, using a small screwdriver.
F Screw in the towing eye until it locks.
Lifting (2 wheels only on the
road)
It is preferable to raise the vehicle us-ing
professional lifting equipment.

Never use the radiator crossmem-ber.

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TOWING A TRAILER, Note: in certain cases of particularly Lighting


CARAVAN, BOAT, ETC... arduous use (towing the maximum load in
high temperatures on a steep slope), the Manual adjustment
We recommend the use of original engine automatically limits its power and Adjust your headlamps so as not to dazzle
PEUGEOT towbars which have been tested selects the ap-propriate automatic gearbox other road users. Check the electrical
and approved from the design stage of your gear in manual mode. In this case, cutting signalling of the trailer.
vehicle and that you entrust the fitting of the off the air conditioning allows the engine
towbar to a PEUGEOT dealer. power to be recovered, and therefore the
towing capacity to be increased.
If the coolant temperature warning light
comes on, stop the vehicle and switch off Automatic adjustment
Driving advice the engine as soon as pos-sible. For vehicles with Xenon bulbs, this system
automatically corrects the height of the
Distribution of loads: distribute the load in beam, whatever the load of the vehicle. The
the trailer so that the heavi-est loads are as Tyres: check the tyre pressures of the driver is then assured of having optimum
close as possible to the axle and the nose towing vehicle (label on the cen-tral door lighting and not causing a nuisance to other
weight is close to the maximum authorised pillar on the driver's side) and of the trailer road users.
without, however, exceeding it. towed, observing the recommended
pressure.
Cooling: towing a trailer on a slope
increases the coolant temperature. Brakes: towing increases the brak-ing
As the fan is electrically controlled, its distance. Drive at a moderate speed,
cooling capacity is not dependent on the
change down early and brake gradually.
engine speed.
In the case of vehicles fitted with an
HDI engine, it is advisable, following Side wind: sensitivity to side wind is
intensive use (towing on a motorway, increased. Drive smoothly and at a
prolonged driving, ...), to leave the engine moderate speed.
running at idle for approxi-mately 20
seconds before switching off the ignition.
This limits any in-crease in the temperature
of the en-gine after it has been switched off.
In all cases, pay attention to the cool-ant
temperature.
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ACCESSORIES FOR YOUR 607 "Touring": covers compati-ble "Universal": windscreen wash
with side air bags, mats, boot fluid, interior and ex-terior
tray, luggage retaining net, sill cleaning and mainte-nance
A wide range of accessories recom-mended protectors. products.
by PEUGEOT and original parts are offered For leisure pursuits: roof bars,
by the Network. transportation acces-sories
They all benefit from PEUGEOT's (bicycle carrier, ski
The fitting of electrical
recommendation. carrier), roof box, child seats and booster equipment or accessories which
These accessories and parts, having been cushions, rear screen blind, are not recom-mended by
tested and approved for reli-ability and audio/telephone console, cool box. PEUGEOT may result in a
safety, are all adapted to your PEUGEOT Trailer towbar which must be fitted by the failure of your ve-
vehicle. PEUGEOT Network. hicle's electronic system.
The product range offered by PEUGEOT Please note this specific warning. You are
Accessories is structured around 5 cat- advised to contact a repre-sentative of the
egories: PROTECTION - TOURING -
IN-CAR TECHNOLOGY - STYLING Marque to be shown the range of
Note recommended equip-ment and accessories.
UNIVERSAL.
To prevent the mat from becoming caught
under the pedals:
- ensure that the mat is positioned and
"Protection": secured correctly,
- never fit one mat on top of another. Compatible portable equipment
parking assistance, anti-theft For the Audio RD4, the fitting of an auxiliary
alarm, stolen vehicle tracking socket is offered specifically by the
system*, engraved windows, "In-Car Technology": tele- Network.
locking wheel nuts, first aid kit, phone, hands-free kits, sat-ellite The audio cable for connection to the
warn-ing triangle, high visibility navigation systems, CD changer, auxiliary socket is also offered by the
DVD player, video screen. Network.
safety jacket, snow chains.
Following connection of the cable and
selection of the AUX mode, by means of the
"Styling": alloy wheels, wheel source button, your portable equipment is
Wheels which are fitted with 235/ 45 R 18 trims, spoiler, leather gear lever ready for use.
tyres cannot be fitted with snow chains. knob, styling strips, door Set the portable equipment to half volume
For further informa-tion, contact a to avoid overloading the au-dio equipment
spoilers, sport exhaust.
PEUGEOT dealer. sound. Then use the audio equipment
volume button.

* According to country.
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ENGINES AND GEARBOXES

MODELS: PETROL DIESEL


XFV6 - XFVJ
Model codes 9U... 3FYH RHLH RHRH
XFVJ/D - XFVU/D
ENGINES 2.2 litre 16V 3 litre 24V V6 Injection 2 litre 16V Turbo
Diesel HDI
3 2 230 2 946 1 997
Capacity (cm )

Bore x stroke (mm) 86 x 96 87 x 82.6 85 x 88


Number of valves 16 24 16

Max. power: EU standard (KW) 120 155 93 100

Max. power at engine speed (rpm) 5 875 6 000 4 000

Max. torque: EU standard (Nm) 220 290 320

Max. torque at engine speed (rpm) 4 150 3 750 2 000

Fuel Unleaded Unleaded Diesel

Catalytic converter Yes Yes Yes

Particle emission filter (PEF) No No Yes

Electronic injection Yes Yes Yes

GEARBOX Manual Automatic Manual


(6-speed) (6-speed) (6-speed)
CAPACITIES (in litres)

Engines (with filter replacement) - (1) 4.75 (1)/5.25 (2) 5.25 (1)
(1) Draining by gravity - (2) Draining by suction
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CRUISE CONTROL/SPEED
LIMITER

Cruise control function Speed limiter function


1. Selection/Switching off of the 1. Selection/Switching off of the
function. function.
2. Storing of a speed/Decreasing of the 2. Decreasing of the speed.
stored speed. 3. Increasing of the speed.
3. Storing of a speed/Increasing of the
4. Activation/Deactivation of the FRONT AND/OR REAR
stored speed.
4. Deactivation/Recalling of the system. PARKING ASSISTANCE
Adjustments must be made with the engine
stored speed. A. Activation.
In order for it to be stored, the vehicle running.
B. Detection.
speed must be above 25 mph (40 km/h),
with at least fourth gear engaged on the C. Deactivation/Reactivation.
manual gearbox (second gear on the During parking manoeuvres, you are guided
automatic gearbox). by an audible signal and/or a graphic on the
multifunction display.
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CONSUMPTION

As per EC Directive 80/1268 (as amended) in MPG (litres/100 km)

Model Urban driving Extra-urban Mixed driving Emission


Engine Gearbox codes driving by mass of
(liter/100 km) (liter/100 km)
9U... (liter/100 km) CO2 (g/km)
2.2 litre 16V Manual 3FYH 21.7 (13.0) 40.4 (7.0) 30.7 (9.2) 219

3 litre 24V V6 Automatic XFV6 - XFVJ 19.0 (14.9) 37.6 (7.5) 27.2 (10.2) 242

XFVJ/D -
injection
XFVU/D
2 litre 16V Manual RHLH 8.1 (34.9) 5.0 (56.5) 6.1 (46.3) 162

turbo diesel HDI RHRH

Fuel consumption values correct at time of printing. These consumption values were established in accordance with EC Di-rective 80/1268 (as
amended). They may vary depending on the style of driving, traffic conditions, weather conditions, the load in the vehicle, the maintenance of the
vehicle and the use of the accessories.

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WEIGHTS AND TOWING LOADS (in kg)

PETROL DIESEL
Engines 2.2 litre 16V 3 litre 24V 2 litre 16V HDI
V6 injection
Gearboxes Manual Automatic Manual
Model codes: 9U... 3FYH XFV6 - XFVJ RHLH RHRH
XFVJ/D - XFVU/D
Kerb weight 1 535 1 644 1 590
Payload 493 500 493
Gross vehicle weight (GVW) 2 028 2 144 2 083
Gross train weight (GTW)

on 12 % gradient 3 628 3 644 3 583


on 8 % gradient 3 828 3 944 3 883
Braked trailer (within GTW limit)
on 12 % gradient 1 600 1 500 1 500
on 10 % gradient 1 600 1 500 1 500
on 8 % gradient 1 800 1 800 1 800
Braked trailer* (with load transfer within 1 850 1 800 1 760
GTW limit)
Unbraked trailer 750 750 750
Recommended nose weight 74 72 72

* The weight of the braked trailer may be increased, within the GTW limit, by the same amount by which the GVW of the towing vehicle is reduced;
warning, towing with a lightly loaded towing vehicle may have an adverse effect on its road holding.
The GTW values and the towing loads indicated are valid for a maximum altitude of 1 000 metres; the towing load mentioned must be reduced by 10
% for every 1 000 additional metres.
The speed of a towing vehicle is limited to 60 mph (100 km/h)**.
High exterior temperatures may result in lowering of the performance of the vehicle in order to protect the engine; when the exterior temperature is
above 45 C, limit the towed load.
** according to the legislation in force in the country.
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THE IDENTIFICATION
FEATURES OF YOUR 607

A. Manufacturer's plate. D. Tyres.


B. Serial number on the Label D on the central door pillar on the - the tyre pressures (checking of the tyre
driver's side indicates: pressure must be car-ried out when
bodywork. the tyres are cold, at least once a
C. Serial number on the fascia. - the dimensions of the rims and tyres,
- the makes of tyre recommended by the month),
manufacturer, - the paint colour reference.
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"PORSCHE TIPTRONIC Position selection gate Indication on the instrument
SYSTEM" AUTOMATIC panel display
Move the lever in the gate to select one of
GEARBOX the positions.
Once the position has been selected, the
corresponding indicator light is displayed on Switching the engine on
1. Gear lever.
the instrument panel display. With the handbrake applied, select position
2. "SPORT" button.
P or N.
Switch on the ignition.
P : Park.
R : Reverse.
N : Neutral. Moving off
D : Drive. With the engine running, from posi-tion P or
M : Manual mode. N, with your foot on the brake, release
the handbrake.
S : Sport programme.
Select position R, D or M.
123456: gears engaged.
Release the brake pedal gradually; the
vehicle moves off immediately.

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FILLING WITH FUEL


1. Opening of the fuel filler flap.
2. Opening and hooking of the fuel tank
cap.

Capacity of the fuel tank:


Approximately 80 litres.
Type of petrol:
DISARMING THE Unleaded RON 95/RON 98.
Type of Diesel : OPENING THE BONNET
PASSENGER AIR BAG* Diesel.
A. Internal control.
1. Insertion of the key.
B. External control.
2. Selection of the "OFF" position.
3. Removal of the key retaining the
position.
Low fuel level
Passenger air bag disarmed
When this warning light
This warning light comes on on comes on on the instrument
the instrument panel throughout panel, you have enough fuel
the period of disarming. left to drive approxi-mately
30 miles (50 km).
* According to country.
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b ring of the o of g access to
a sound fr so h sta the radio
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1- xt ce n (B)
b by r screen
4- s
a ro s CD under the
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1+2 - Ch n r press:
pressi er ad (1)
Cutting an 6- e complete
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off/Resto ge Hi d ly black
the di O: screen -
3rd press: Keypad (3)
return to the Navigator.
display. Keypad (4)
TA: traffic
information
priority
on/off.
LIST:
displaying
of the list of
stations
received, of
the tracks
on the CD.
PTY:
access to
the search
Keypad by type of
(2) programme.
ESC Keypad (5)
(Escape) Storing of
: the radio
cancellati station.
on of the Selection of
operation the stored
in station, of
the CD in
progress. relation to
MENU: the position
displayin in the
g of the CD
general changer.
menu.
: : Audio
access and
to the telematics
musical
ambienc
e
settings.
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RT3 CONTROL PAD

Button (A)
ON/OFF and volume adjustment.

Button (B)
Emergency call.

Keypad (1)
AUDIO: access to the radio dis-plays.

SOURCE: change of source be-tween


radio, CD, CD changer.
TRIP: access to the trip computer displays.
Keypad (3) Keypad (5)
NAV: access to the navigation - guid-ance Navigator. Storing of the radio station.
displays. Movement by rotation of the dial or by Selection of the stored station, of the CD in
TEL: access to the telephone dis-plays. pressing the arrows. relation to the position in the CD changer.
Confirmation or displaying of the contextual
DARK: 1st press: black screen under the Telephone keypad - alphanumeric keypad
menus by pressing the dial.
banner - 2nd press: completely black for entering the descriptions.
screen - 3rd press: return to the display.

Keypad (2) Keypad (4) Keypad (6)


ESC (Escape): cancellation of the operation TEL (green): pick up an incoming call. Audio - CD player controls bar.
in progress.
MENU: displaying of the general menu. LION: access to the PEUGEOT serv-ices
menu. Location (C)
C: deletion of the last character en-tered or TEL (red): hang up. SIM card flap.
of the entire line.

: Audio and telematics


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13 - Functions display screen:


- Check.
- Engine oil level gauge.
- Warning and status indicator
lights.
- Cruise control/speed
limiter.
- Automatic gearbox.
- Trip computer.
- Satellite navigation system.
14 - Right direction indicator.
15 - Speedometer.
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Trip recorder zero reset Lighting rheostat button
button With the headlamps on, press button B to
With the ignition on, press the button until increase the brightness of the lighting of the
the zeros appear. instruments and controls or button A to
reduce it.
As soon as the lighting reaches the required
level of brightness, release the button.
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TRIP COMPUTER Colour screen C Colour and map screen DT


- the "vehicle" tab with:
the range, the current consumption and
the distance remaining to be travelled,
- tab "1" (route 1) with:
the average speed, the average - the "Current info" with:
consumption and the distance trav-elled the range, the current consumption and
calculated over route "1", the distance remaining to be travelled,
- tab "2" (route 2) with the same
Each press on the button, located at the
characteristics for a second route. - "Route 1" with:
end of the wipers stalk, displays different the distance travelled, the aver-age
trip computer data in suc-cession, consumption and the average speed
depending on the multifunc-tion display: calculated over route "1",
- "Route 2" with the same charac-teristics
for a second route.
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Range (km or miles) Distance travelled The routes


This shows the distance that can still be (km or miles)
covered with the fuel remaining in the tank This indicates the distance travelled since
in accordance with the aver-age the computer was last set to zero.
consumption over the last few miles
(kilometres).
This figure may increase if there is a Distance remaining to be
change in the style of driving or the road travelled (km or miles)
surface, producing a significant drop in This is the distance remaining to be
current consumption. travelled to the final destination. It is either
When the range is less than 30 miles
calculated by the navigation system if
(50 km), four dashes are displayed. After guidance is activated or entered by the
filling with fuel, the range is displayed when user.
it exceeds 62 miles (100 km).
If the distance is not entered, dashes are
If dashes are displayed for long periods displayed in place of the digits.
instead of digits, contact a PEUGEOT
dealer. Average speed (km/h or mph)
This is the average speed calculated since The routes "1" and "2" are independ-ent
the computer was last set to zero (with the but have identical application.
ignition on). Route "1" for example allows you to make
daily calculations and route "2" monthly
Current consumption
calculations.
(l/100 or km/l or mpg)
This is the average quantity of fuel con-
sumed during the last few seconds.
This function is displayed only when the
vehicle is travelling at a speed greater than Zero reset
20 mph (30 km/h). When the required route is displayed, press
the end of the wipers stalk for more than
two seconds.
Average consumption
(l/100 or km/l or mpg)
This is the average fuel consump-tion since
the computer was last set to zero.

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Access via the general menu Warnings log Indication on the instrument
This summarises the active warning panel display
messages, displaying them on the
multifunction display in succession.

Status of the functions


C screen This summarises the active or inac-tive
status of the functions present on the
vehicle.

Inputting the distance remaining to be


travelled
When guidance is not activated, this
enables you to enter an approximate
distance to the final destination. The different trip computer data also
appears on the instrument panel dis-play at
the same time.

DT screen

"TRIP" menu
Press the "MENU" or "TRIP" button to gain
access to the general menu.
Select the "Trip computer" ap-plication
using the navigator, then confirm.

The "Trip computer" menu offers various


options:
- Inputting of the distance to be trav-elled,

- Warnings log,
- Status of the functions.
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COLOUR SCREEN C Management of the displays "Personalisation-Configuration"


menu
The "AUDIO", "TRIP" and "TEL" buttons This provides access to successive
on the RD4 audio equipment control pad confirmation windows.
permit displaying in the main window.

Example: "TRIP" Defining the vehicle parameters


This enables you to activate or de-activate
This displays the following informa-tion, via certain driving and comfort elements:
the RD4 audio equipment control pad:
- "Automatic switching on of the lights",
- the time,
- the date, - "Follow-me-home lighting" and "Duration",
- the exterior temperature (the value - "Remote control action",
General menu
displayed flashes if there is a risk of ice),
Press the "MENU" button to gain ac-cess - "Permanent locking of the boot".
- the accesses check, to the general menu and select one of the
- the vehicle functions warning or status following functions:
messages, displayed tem-porarily, - "Audio functions",
- "Trip computer", Example: "Automatic switching on of the
- the audio sources displays, - "Personalisation-Configuration", lights"
- the trip computer displays, - "Telephone".
- the personalisation and configura-tion
displays,
- the hands-free kit displays.
Example: "Audio functions"
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Selection of the language Changing the date and time


German, Spanish, French, English, From the general menu, select the Set the parameters one by one:
Italian, Dutch, Portuguese and "Personalisation-Configuration" icon - the zone selected is displayed on the
Brazilian Portuguese. using the navigator, then confirm. screen,
- use the navigator to move from one zone
to another,
- your new parameters are con-firmed one
Configuration of the display
by one, by pressing the navigator button,
- "Setting the brightness-video".
- "Setting the date and time". - all of the changes are saved, if you click
- "Selection of the units": on "OK" on the screen, or cancelled, if
temperature (C or F), you press the "ESC" button on the
fuel consumption (l/100, mpg or km/l). From the list displayed, select "Con- control pad.
figuration of the display" , then confirm.
- "Selection of the colours".

From the list displayed, select


"Setting the date and time", then confirm.

For safety reasons, con-


figuration of the multifunc-tion
displays by the driver must be
carried out while stationary.

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DT COLOUR AND MAP General menu "Personalisation-Configuration" menu


SCREEN

Press the "MENU" button to gain access to


the general menu and select one of the
following functions:
- "Navigation - Guidance",
- "Audio functions", This provides access to successive
- "Trip computer", confirmation windows.
- "Personalisation-Configuration",
- "Directory",
This displays the following infor-mation, via - "Telematics",
the RT3 GPS audio/ telephone control pad: - "Map",
- "Video".
- the time,
- the date,
- the exterior temperature (the value
displayed flashes if there is a risk of ice),
- the accesses check,
- the vehicle functions warning or status
messages, displayed tem-porarily,
- the audio sources displays,
- the telematic systems displays
(telephone, services, ...),
- the trip computer displays,
- the personalisation and configura-tion
displays,
- the satellite navigation system displays.
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Defining the vehicle parameters Configuration of the display "Video" menu


This enables you to activate or de-activate - "Selection of the colours": selec-tion of
certain driving and comfort elements: the colours available for the display.

- "Automatic switching on of the lights", - "Brightness and brilliance".


- "Sound": selection of the sound
- "Follow-me-home lighting" and ambience, setting of the voice synthesiser
"Duration", and of the voice com-mands.
- "Remote control action",
- "Permanent locking of the boot". - "International parameters":
setting of the date and time,
selection of the units: tempera-ture
(C or F) and fuel con-sumption
(l/100, mpg or km/l).
- "Selection of the language": German,
Example: "Automatic switching on of the Spanish, French, English, Italian, Dutch,
You can connect video equipment
lights" Portuguese and Brazilian Portuguese. (camcorder, digital camera, DVD player, ...)
to the three video sockets located in the
glove box.
Video display is only possible when
stationary.
Select the "Video" menu from the general
menu:
- "Activate video mode" to activate/
deactivate the video,
- "Video parameters" to set the display
format, the brightness, the contrast and
the colours.
Pressing the "DARK" button discon-nects
the video display.
Successive presses of the "SOURCE"
button permit the selec-tion of an audio
For safety reasons, con- source other than that of the video.
figuration of the multifunc-tion
displays by the driver must be
carried out while stationary.

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DRIVING POSITION
1. Audio equipment steering wheel
control.
2. Steering lock and ignition.
3. Wipers/wash-wipe and trip
computer controls.
4. Instrument panel.
5. Driver's air bag.
Horn.
6. Gear lever.
7. Driver's footwell air outlet.
8. Fascia fuse box.
9. Manual headlamp adjustment.
Deactivation of the interior
alarm.
Deactivation of the ESP/ASR
system.
10. Adjustable and closing side vent.
11. Driver's side window deicing and
demisting vent.
12. Driver's seat electric controls.
13. Driver's heated seat control.
14. Bonnet release.
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DRIVING POSITION
1. Steering wheel height and depth
adjustment.
2. Cruise control/speed limiter
switches.
3. Lights and direction indicators
controls.
4. Adjustable and closing central
vents.
5. Sunshine sensor.
6. Windscreen deicing and
demisting vent.
7. Passenger side window deicing and
demisting vent.
8. Adjustable and closing side vent.
9. Disarming of the passenger air bag*.

10. Passenger air bag.


11. Glove box/Video sockets.
12. Passenger footwell air outlet.
13. Passenger heated seat control.
14. Passenger seat electric
controls.

* According to country.
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6 - Familiarisation

DRIVING POSITION
1. Hazard warning lights.
2. Multifunction display.
3. Central locking from the inside.
4. Automatic air conditioning
controls.
5. Audio RD4 or RT3 GPS audio/
telephone.
6. Storage compartment.
7. Gear lever.
8. Handbrake.
9. Front ashtray/lighter.
10. Deactivation of the parking CONTROLS ON THE
assistance. DRIVER'S DOOR
SPORT suspension control. A. Memorising and recalling of the
Sunroof control. driving positions: driver's seat and
Rear blind control. exterior mirrors.
11. Armrest with storage B. Exterior mirrors electric controls.
compartment. C. Front and rear electric window
12. Rear ashtray. controls.
13. Rear lighter. D. Deactivation of the rear electric
14. Rear heated seat controls. controls.
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VENTILATION Recommendations for use and For the air conditioning to be fully ef-fective,
notes the windows must be closed.
1 - Windscreen de-icing or Ensure that the passenger compart-ment
demisting vents If the interior temperature remains very high filter is in good condition. Have the filter
2 - Front window de-icing or following a prolonged period parked in the elements replaced regularly. If you drive in
demisting vents sun, do not hesitate to ventilate the a dusty environment, replace them twice as
3 - Side vents passenger compartment for a few minutes. often.
4 - Centre vents The air conditioning system does not
To obtain uniform air distribution, take care
contain chlorine and does not present any
5 - Air outlets to the front not to obstruct the exterior air intake grille danger to the ozone layer.
passengers' feet located at the bottom of the windscreen, the Operate the air conditioning for 5 to 10
6 - Air outlets to the rear vents, the air outlets under the front seats minutes, once or twice a month to keep it in
passengers' feet and the air extractor in the boot. perfect working order.
Use of the automatic regulation of the air The water resulting from the con-densation
conditioning is recommended. It permits In a cold climate, you are advised to
close the vents if the flow of air onto of the air conditioning system is discharged
optimised automatic con-trol of all of the via an opening provided for this purpose.
following functions: air flow, passenger your face feels uncomfort-able.
Therefore, a puddle of water may form
compartment temperature and air In cold weather, in order to obtain under-neath the vehicle when stationary.
distribution, us-ing various sensors (exterior uniform comfort and more rapid
temper-ature and sunshine), so there is no demisting, it is advisable to close vents If the system does not produce cold air, do
need to change your reference set-tings 3 and 4. not use it and contact your PEUGEOT
other than the value displayed. When washing the vehicle using high dealer.
pressure equipment, do not direct the jet Flashing of the points separating the setting
value digits indicates a malfunction of the
towards the exterior air intake grille.
air conditioning. Contact your PEUGEOT
To obtain optimum demisting, we rec- dealer.
ommend that the windows are kept clean
on the inside of the vehicle.
In certain cases of particularly ardu-ous use
(towing the maximum load on a steep
gradient when the tem-perature is high),
cutting off the air conditioning permits the
recovery of engine power and, therefore, an
in-crease in the towing capacity.
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Note: when the visibility programme 9 or


the air intake/recirculation 10 is selected,
the passenger's "AUTO" button is
deactivated; the indicator light of the
corresponding button flashes temporarily.

3 - Adjustment of the driver's


temperature
4 - Adjustment of the passenger
temperature
F Press the up or down ar-row
to change the temper-ature
on the driver's side 3 or
passenger side 4.
The value indicated on the
display corresponds to a level of
comfort and not to
a temperature in degrees Celsius or
AUTOMATIC AIR F Press the "AUTO" Fahrenheit, depending on the choice of
CONDITIONING (DUAL ZONE) button(s). configuration validated on the display.
Dual zone: this is the differentiated A setting around the value 21 makes it
regulation of the temperature and air possible to obtain optimum com-fort.
distribution on the driver's side and the front The system is automatically set to the value
required. However, depending on your requirements,
passenger side.
The driver and his front passenger can Depending on the level of comfort se- a setting between 18 and 24 is usual.
each adjust the temperature and the lected, the system controls the air dis-
tribution, flow, temperature and intake of air On entering the vehicle, the interior
distribution of the air to suit their temperature may be much colder (or
requirements. in order to guarantee comfort and an
adequate circulation of air in the passenger warmer) than is comfortable. There is no
compartment. You do not have to make any need to change the temperature displayed
1 - Driver's automatic comfort adjustments. in order to obtain rapidly the level of comfort
programme The air flow (fan) and "AUTO" symbols are required.
2 - Passenger automatic comfort displayed. The automatic regulation of the air
programme When the engine is cold, to prevent too conditioning will use its maximum
This is the usual air conditioning system great a distribution of cold air, the air flow performance settings to correct the
will only reach its optimum level temperature difference as quickly as
operating mode. possible.
progressively.
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Control via the manual controls To limit the discomfort resulting from use of the manual controls, we recommend the following
It is possible to adjust one or more settings:
functions manually while leaving the other
functions in automatic mode.
The "AUTO" button indicator light is Exterior Air Positions of Comfort in the Blower
switched off. the vents (3)
temperatures distribution rear seats (minimum)
Switching to manual mode may result in and (4)
discomfort (temperature, humidity, odour, Vents closed - Increase the
condensation) and is not advantageous for
comfort.
To return to automatic mode, press the
"AUTO" button. Low or directed blower air flow.
towards the - Close the cen-
hands. tre vents.

Average Four vents


open.

High Four vents - Open the vents.


- Increase the
open.
blower air flow.
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44 - Comfort

5 - Blower and air flow 7 - Adjustment of the driver's air 9 - Automatic visibility
distribution programme
F Press buttons "+" 8 - Adjustment of the passenger air In certain cases, the com-fort
and "-" respectively to distribution programme may not be
increase or de-crease sufficient to demist or de-ice the
the air flow. windows (humidity, several
The air flow symbol (fan) is passengers, ice).
filled in in relation to the value required.
F In this case, select the visibility pro-
To prevent condensation and dete-rioration Successive presses of these buttons gramme and open the side vents in
of the quality of the air in the passenger enable you to direct the flow of air on the order to clear the windows quickly.
compartment, ensure that an adequate flow driver's side or on the passenger side It controls the air conditioning, air flow and
alternately towards: intake and distributes the ventilation to the
of air is main-tained.
- the windscreen and footwells, windscreen and side windows.
- the footwells,
- the centre vent, side vent and footwells, The symbols "A/C", "AUTO" and air flow
(fan) are displayed.
6 - Deactivation of the air - the centre vent and side vent, Once the inconvenience has been
conditioning (OFF) - the windscreen. eliminated, pressing button 1 or 2 returns
F Press the OFF button. the system to the comfort setting.

This action switches off the display and the


indicator lights and deacti-vates all of the
functions of the system, with the exception
of the rear screen demisting.
The temperature-related comfort is no
longer controlled (temperature, humidity,
condensation).
Avoid driving for too long with the air
conditioning deactivated.
F Pressing this button again or buttons
5, 7 or 8 or one of the two "AUTO"
buttons reactivates the system with the
values set before it was switched off.

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10 - Intake of exterior air/ 11 - Rear screen and mirrors 12 - Air conditioning On/Off (A/C)
Recirculation of interior air demisting
This function enables you to F Press this button, with the The deactivation of this function
isolate the passenger engine running, to demist the may result in tem-perature,
compartment from exterior rear screen and the exterior humidity, odour and smoke
fumes and odours. mirrors. discomfort.
F Press this button to set the air intake Demisting is switched off automati-cally to F Press this button to switch off the air
mode, the indicator light comes on in avoid an excessive consump-tion of current conditioning.
recirculation mode. Prolonged operation and in relation to the exterior temperature. The symbol "A/C" is switched off.
in interior air recirculation mode may F Press this button again to return to
It may be stopped by pressing this button automatic operation of the air
result in the formation of condensation
again or when the engine is switched off. conditioning.
and deterioration of the quality of the
interior air. The symbol "A/C" is displayed.
However, the demisting resumes if the
Do not drive in air recirculation mode for engine is switched on again within one
prolonged periods, ex-cept in truly minute.
exceptional atmos-pheric conditions. Switch off the rear screen and exterior
mirrors demisting when you consider this
The message associated with the necessary as low current con-sumption
control is displayed on the multi-function reduces fuel consumption.
display.
F Press this button again to return to
automatic control of the air in-take.

For your comfort, when the igni-tion is


switched off, the settings are stored
until it is switched on again.
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Operation
Switch on the ignition and press switch 1:

- Indicator light 2 lit (switch pressed):


automatic operation.
- Indicator light 2 off: automatic sys-tem off.
The mirror remains at its most clear.

Special feature
To ensure maximum visibility dur-ing
Automatic day/night interior manoeuvres, the mirror clears automatically STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT
mirror when reverse gear is engaged. AND DEPTH ADJUSTMENT
This automatically and gradually changes
between the day and night positions. To F When the vehicle is stationary, unlock
prevent dazzling, the glass of the mirror the steering wheel by pushing handle A.
darkens auto-matically depending on the Manual interior mirror
intensity of the light from behind. It clears F Adjust the height and depth of the
as the light (headlamps of following ve- The interior mirror has two positions: steering wheel.
hicles, sunlight) decreases, ensuring - day (normal), F Lock by pulling handle A fully.
maximum visibility. - night (anti-dazzle).
To change from one to the other, push or
pull the lever on the lower edge of the
mirror.
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FRONT SEATS

Electric front seats


The electric functions of the driver's seat
are deactivated three minutes after the
ignition is switched off.

A - Forwards-backwards B - Seat cushion angle C - Seat height adjustment


adjustment adjustment Tilt the rear part of the control up-wards or
Push the control forwards or back-wards to Tilt the front of the control upwards or downwards to obtain the required height.
slide the seat. downwards to obtain the required angle.
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An audible signal confirms that a po-sition


has been memorised.
Memorising a new position cancels the
previous one.
Recalling a memorised driving
position
Ignition on, vehicle stationary
G - Heated seats adjustment Memorising driving and F Briefly press button 1 or 2 to recall the
With the engine running, use the cor- corresponding memorised position. The
mirror positions end of the setting is indicated by a
responding adjustment dial to select the The electrical adjustments of the seat and
required degree of heating: bleep.
exterior mirrors are memorised. After recalling a memorised position a few
0: Off. Two driving positions can be memo-rised times in succession, the func-tion will be
1: Low. using buttons M/1 and M/2. cancelled until the engine is started.
2: Medium.
3: High.

Memorising using the controls on the Vehicle moving


driver's door F Keep button 1 or 2 pressed
To memorise: down until the bleep indicates that set-
F Place the key in the ignition on ting of the corresponding memo-rised
position, position is complete.
F Adjust your seat and mirrors,
F Press button M, then button 1 "first
driving position" or button 2 "second
driving position" within four seconds.
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50 - Comfort

An audible signal confirms that a po-sition


has been memorised.
Memorising a new position cancels the
previous one.
Recalling a memorised driving
position
Ignition on, vehicle stationary
G - Heated seats adjustment Memorising driving and F Briefly press button 1 or 2 to recall the
With the engine running, use the cor- corresponding memorised position. The
mirror positions end of the setting is indicated by a
responding adjustment dial to select the The electrical adjustments of the seat and
required degree of heating: bleep.
exterior mirrors are memorised. After recalling a memorised position a few
0: Off. Two driving positions can be memo-rised times in succession, the func-tion will be
1: Low. using buttons M/1 and M/2. cancelled until the engine is started.
2: Medium.
3: High.

Memorising using the controls on the Vehicle moving


driver's door F Keep button 1 or 2 pressed
To memorise: down until the bleep indicates that set-
F Place the key in the ignition on ting of the corresponding memo-rised
position, position is complete.
F Adjust your seat and mirrors,
F Press button M, then button 1 "first
driving position" or button 2 "second
driving position" within four seconds.
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REAR SEATS Folding down the seat back Rear heated seats controls
The unlocking controls are located in the F Press the switch. The tempera-ture is
Rear seat boot. regulated automatically.
The seat back in the rear is folded down in F Press it again to stop operation.
two 1/3 - 2/3 parts. To unlock from the boot: Note: the command to activate heat-ing of
F pull the control A corresponding to the seat(s) remains in the memory for two
Before folding down the seat back: the part of the seat back that you wish to minutes after the ignition is switched off.
F check that the seat belt strap on the fold down.
side of the seat back (1/3 or 2/3) is
positioned correctly, To unlock from inside the vehicle:
F release the lap belt strap by pressing F lower the armrest and open the ski
the black button of the lock (2/3). flap,
F pull the button B located on the
unlocking housing corresponding to the
When returning the seat back to its original part of the seat back that you wish to
position, ensure that the seat belt is not fold down.
trapped.
When putting the seat back to its original
position, for your safety make sure that it is
correctly locked.
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GENERAL POINTS RELATING INSTALLING A CHILD SEAT


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

PEUGEOT recommends that chil-dren


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

- "forwards-facing" over the age of 2.

* According to current legislation in the


country.
** According to model.
"Forwards-facing"
When a "forwards-facing" child seat is installed on
the front passenger seat, adjust the vehicle's seat
to the intermediate longitudinal position with the seat
back upright and leave the passenger air bag
armed**.

Intermediate longitudinal position


Comfort - 53

CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY PEUGEOT


PEUGEOT offers a complete range of recommended child seats which are secured using a
three point seat belt:

Group 0: from birth to 10 kg


Group 0+: from birth to 13 kg

L1 L2
"BRITAX "ROMER
Babysure" Baby-Safe"
(E11 0344117) (E1 03301146)
Installed in Installed in
the rear-facing the rear-facing
position. position.
Groups 1, 2 and 3: from 9 to 36 kg

Passenger air bag OFF**


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

Groups 2 and 3: from 15 to 36 kg


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

LOCATION OF CHILD SEATS SECURED USING THE SEAT BELT


In accordance with Europen regulations (Directive 2000/3), this table indicates the options for the installation of child seats, secured using the seat
belt and universally approved, in relation to the weight of the child and the seat in the vehicle.

Weight of the child/indicative age


Seat(s) Less than 13 kg From 9 to 18 kg From 15 to 25 kg From 22 to 36 kg
(group 1) (group 2) (group 3)
(group 0 (a) to 0+) From 1 to 3 years From 3 to 6 years From 6 to 10 years
Up to 1 year approx approx approx approx
Front passenger (b) U (R) U (R) U (R) U (R)

Height adjustable seat


Rear side U U U U

Rear centre X RMER Duo* L3, L4, L5 L3, L4, L5


U: seat suitable for the installation of a child X: seat which is not suitable for the (a) Group 0: from birth to 10 kg.
seat secured using the seat belt and installation of a child seat of the weight (b) Consult the current legislation
universally approved, "rearwards facing" group indicated. in your country before installing
and/or "forwards facing". L-: only the child seats indicated may be your child on this seat.
installed on the seat concerned
U (R): idem U, the vehicle seat must be (according to country).
adjusted to its highest position. * Only secured using the seat belt.
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Comfort - 55

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

ISOFIX CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY PEUGEOT


AND APPROVED FOR YOUR VEHICLE

ISOFIX KIDDY ISOFIX RMER Duo


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

Installed in the rear facing position. Installed in the forwards facing position. Installed in the forwards facing position only.
Secured without the top strap.

The body of the child seat must be in It is essential that the vehicle's front Three child seat body angles: sitting,
contact with the back of the vehicle's seat is adjusted to the intermediate lon- reclining and lying positions.
front seat. gitudinal position. Adjust the vehicle's front seat so that
the child's feet do not touch the seat
back.
These child seats can also be used Follow the instructions for fitting

on seats which are not fitted with the child seat indicated in the seat
ISOFIX mountings. In this case, it is manufacturer's installation guide.
essential that they are secured to the
vehicle's seat by means of the three
point seat belt.
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Comfort - 57

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

PEUGEOT recommends the use of a


booster seat which has a back, fit-ted with a
seat belt guide at shoulder level.
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56 - Comfort

ISOFIX CHILD SEATS RECOMMENDED BY PEUGEOT


AND APPROVED FOR YOUR VEHICLE

ISOFIX KIDDY ISOFIX RMER Duo


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

Installed in the rear facing position. Installed in the forwards facing position. Installed in the forwards facing position only.
Secured without the top strap.

The body of the child seat must be in It is essential that the vehicle's front Three child seat body angles: sitting,
contact with the back of the vehicle's seat is adjusted to the intermediate lon- reclining and lying positions.
front seat. gitudinal position. Adjust the vehicle's front seat so that
the child's feet do not touch the seat
back.
These child seats can also be used Follow the instructions for fitting

on seats which are not fitted with the child seat indicated in the seat
ISOFIX mountings. In this case, it is manufacturer's installation guide.
essential that they are secured to the
vehicle's seat by means of the three
point seat belt.
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58 - Accesses

Unfolding/Folding the key Unlocking


To unfold or fold the key, press but-ton A
Complete
first.
F Press button C for complete un-
locking of the vehicle.
Normal locking This is confirmed by rapid flashing of the
direction indicators for approxi-mately two
F Press button B for complete lock-ing of seconds.
the vehicle.
F Press button B for more than 2
seconds for automatic closing of the
windows and sunroof in ad-dition to Selective
locking. F Press button C to unlock the
THE REMOTE CONTROL KEY Each action is confirmed by fixed lighting of driver's door and the fuel filler flap only.
the direction indicators for approximately
The remote control in the key per-mits two seconds.
remote locking, deadlocking and unlocking The exterior mirrors fold at the same time. F Press the button again to unlock the
of the doors, boot and fuel filler flap, as well other doors and the boot.
as folding and unfolding of the exterior Each action is confirmed by rapid flashing
mirrors. of the direction indicators for approximately
The key permits mechanical and in- two seconds.
dependent operation of the glove box lock, The exterior mirrors unfold at the same
of the passenger air bag dis-arming control time.
and of the mechanical child lock as well as
switching on of the ignition. When the vehicle is locked, if unlock-ing is
activated inadvertently, without a door being
From the driver's door, the key per-mits opened within 30 sec-onds, the vehicle will
electrical control of the locking or unlocking lock automati-cally.
of the doors, boot and fuel filler flap.
If one of the doors or the boot is open, the
central locking does not function.
The complete or selec-tive
unlocking can be configured
by means of a parameter,
via the multifunction display
"Personalisation-Con-
figuration" menu.
01-06-2005
Accesses - 59

Unlocking, opening and Deadlocking Key in ignition


stopping of the boot This renders the external and inter-nal A buzzer sounds on opening the driv-er's
F Press button D to unlock and door controls inoperative. door, if the key has been left in the ignition.
open the boot. It also deactivates the internal central
This action also unlocks the doors. locking button.
F Press button D again to stop the F Pressing button B permits com-
movement of the boot in an inter- plete locking of the vehicle or pressing
button B for more than 2 seconds
mediate position. Locating your vehicle
permits automatic closing of the
If the permanent locking of the boot is windows and sun-roof in addition to To locate your vehicle, if you have locked it,
activated, unlocking is only pos-sible via locking. in a car park:
button D on the remote control. F Within five seconds, a second F press button B, the courtesy lights come
press permits deadlocking of the on and the direction indica-tors flash for
vehicle. a few seconds.
Each action is confirmed by fixed lighting of
the direction indicators for approximately
two seconds.
This function can be
configured by means of a
parameter, via the
multifunction display
"Personalisation-Con-
figuration" menu.

The folding and unfolding of the


exterior mirrors can be
deactivated by a PEUGEOT
dealer.
01-06-2005
60 - Accesses

Reprogramming the remote ELECTRONIC ENGINE


control IMMOBILISER
Following disconnection of the ve-hicle's This locks the engine control system a few
battery, replacement of the remote control moments after the ignition has been
battery or in the event of a remote control switched off and therefore pre-vents starting
malfunction, the remote control must be of the vehicle by any-one who does not
reinitialised. have the key.
F Switch off the ignition. The ignition key has an electronic chip
F Switch the ignition on again. which has a special code. When the ignition
F Press the remote control locking button is switched on, the code is recognised and
immediately for a few sec-onds. starting is pos-sible.

F Switch off the ignition and remove the If the system does not function correctly,
Changing the remote control remote control key from the ignition lock. the service warning light comes on,
battery accompanied by an au-dible signal and a
Battery ref.: CR1620/3 volts. The remote control is now working again. message on the multifunction display.
The information "battery flat" is given by
displaying of the service warning light, In this case, your vehicle will not start.
accompanied by an audible signal and a
message on the multi-function display. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as
To replace the battery, unclip the cas-ing possible.
using a coin at the notch.
If the remote control does not work after the
battery has been changed, re-programme
the remote control.
01-06-2005
Accesses - 61

Make a careful note of the When purchasing a second-hand


number on each key. The key vehicle;
number is coded on the label - ensure that you are given the
attached to the key. confidential card;
- have the key codes memorised by a
If the keys are lost, your PEUGEOT PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure that the
dealer can rapidly supply you with new
keys in your possession are the only
keys.
ones which can start the vehicle.
The high frequency remote con-trol is a
sensitive system; do not operate it while
it is in your pocket as there is a Do not make any modifications to the
possibility that it may unlock your electronic engine immobiliser system.
CONFIDENTIAL CARD vehicle, without you being aware of it.
This is given to you on delivery of your The remote control does not oper-ate
vehicle with the duplicate keys. when the key is in the ignition, even
when the ignition is switched off, except
It contains the identification code necessary
for reprogramming.
for any work carried out by a PEUGEOT
Do not operate the deadlocking function
dealer on the elec-tronic immobiliser
if there is anyone inside the vehicle.
system. This code is hidden by a film, which
should be removed only if necessary. Driving with the doors locked may make
Keep your card in a safe place, never access to the passenger compartment
inside the vehicle. by the emergency services more difficult
When undertaking a long trip or jour-ney, in an emer-gency.
however, it is advisable to take it with you As a safety precaution (with chil-dren on
along with your personal papers. board), remove the ignition key when
you leave the vehicle, even for a short
time.
Do not repeatedly press the but-ton of
your remote control out of range and out
of sight of your ve-hicle. You run the risk
of stopping it from working and the
remote control would have to be repro-
grammed.
01-06-2005
6 - Familiarisation

DRIVING POSITION
1. Hazard warning lights.
2. Multifunction display.
3. Central locking from the inside.
4. Automatic air conditioning
controls.
5. Audio RD4 or RT3 GPS audio/
telephone.
6. Storage compartment.
7. Gear lever.
8. Handbrake.
9. Front ashtray/lighter.
10. Deactivation of the parking CONTROLS ON THE
assistance. DRIVER'S DOOR
SPORT suspension control. A. Memorising and recalling of the
Sunroof control. driving positions: driver's seat and
Rear blind control. exterior mirrors.
11. Armrest with storage B. Exterior mirrors electric controls.
compartment. C. Front and rear electric window
12. Rear ashtray. controls.
13. Rear lighter. D. Deactivation of the rear electric
14. Rear heated seat controls. controls.
01-06-2005
60 - Accesses

Reprogramming the remote ELECTRONIC ENGINE


control IMMOBILISER
Following disconnection of the ve-hicle's This locks the engine control system a few
battery, replacement of the remote control moments after the ignition has been
battery or in the event of a remote control switched off and therefore pre-vents starting
malfunction, the remote control must be of the vehicle by any-one who does not
reinitialised. have the key.
F Switch off the ignition. The ignition key has an electronic chip
F Switch the ignition on again. which has a special code. When the ignition
F Press the remote control locking button is switched on, the code is recognised and
immediately for a few sec-onds. starting is pos-sible.

F Switch off the ignition and remove the If the system does not function correctly,
Changing the remote control remote control key from the ignition lock. the service warning light comes on,
battery accompanied by an au-dible signal and a
Battery ref.: CR1620/3 volts. The remote control is now working again. message on the multifunction display.
The information "battery flat" is given by
displaying of the service warning light, In this case, your vehicle will not start.
accompanied by an audible signal and a
message on the multi-function display. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as
To replace the battery, unclip the cas-ing possible.
using a coin at the notch.
If the remote control does not work after the
battery has been changed, re-programme
the remote control.
01-06-2005
Accesses - 61

Make a careful note of the When purchasing a second-hand


number on each key. The key vehicle;
number is coded on the label - ensure that you are given the
attached to the key. confidential card;
- have the key codes memorised by a
If the keys are lost, your PEUGEOT PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure that the
dealer can rapidly supply you with new
keys in your possession are the only
keys.
ones which can start the vehicle.
The high frequency remote con-trol is a
sensitive system; do not operate it while
it is in your pocket as there is a Do not make any modifications to the
possibility that it may unlock your electronic engine immobiliser system.
CONFIDENTIAL CARD vehicle, without you being aware of it.
This is given to you on delivery of your The remote control does not oper-ate
vehicle with the duplicate keys. when the key is in the ignition, even
when the ignition is switched off, except
It contains the identification code necessary
for reprogramming.
for any work carried out by a PEUGEOT
Do not operate the deadlocking function
dealer on the elec-tronic immobiliser
if there is anyone inside the vehicle.
system. This code is hidden by a film, which
should be removed only if necessary. Driving with the doors locked may make
Keep your card in a safe place, never access to the passenger compartment
inside the vehicle. by the emergency services more difficult
When undertaking a long trip or jour-ney, in an emer-gency.
however, it is advisable to take it with you As a safety precaution (with chil-dren on
along with your personal papers. board), remove the ignition key when
you leave the vehicle, even for a short
time.
Do not repeatedly press the but-ton of
your remote control out of range and out
of sight of your ve-hicle. You run the risk
of stopping it from working and the
remote control would have to be repro-
grammed.
01-06-2005
62 - Accesses

Setting the alarm Automatic activation*


F Switch off the ignition and get out of The alarm is activated automatically two
the vehicle. minutes after the last closing of a door or
the boot.
F Set the alarm by locking or dead-locking In order to avoid accidental triggering of the
using the remote control (button B alarm when a door or the boot is opened, it
indicator light flashes once per second). is essential to press the remote control
opening button first.
When the alarm is triggered, the si-ren
sounds and the direction indica-tors flash
for thirty seconds. Disarming
The alarm remains set following each
triggering incident. Unlock the vehicle with the remote control
THE ALARM key (button B indicator light goes out).
Warning: if the alarm has been trig-gered
This provides two types of protec-tion: ten times in succession, on the eleventh
time it becomes inactive. Note: if the alarm has been triggered while
- exterior protection, it sounds if a door, Note: if button B flashes rapidly, the alarm you were away from your car, the rapid
the boot or the bonnet is opened. has been triggered while you were away flashing of the indicator light will stop when
from your vehicle. you switch on the ignition.
- interior protection, it sounds if the If you wish to lock your vehicle with-out
sensors detect a variation in the air setting the alarm, use the door lock.
movement inside the vehicle (breaking of
a window or a move-ment inside the
vehicle).

* According to country.
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Failure of the remote control


F Unlock the doors with the key and open
the door. The alarm is trig-gered.

F Switch on the ignition in the next ten


seconds. The alarm is dis-armed.

Incorrect operation
When the ignition is switched on, if button A
lights for ten seconds, there is a fault in the
siren connection.
To set the alarm with exterior Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
protection only system checked.
If, while you are away from the ve-hicle, you
wish to leave a window partially open or a
pet inside the vehicle, you should choose
exterior protection only.
F Switch off the ignition.
F In the next ten seconds, press button A
until its indicator light is on continuously.

F Get out of the vehicle.


F Set the alarm by locking or dead-locking
using the remote control (button A and
button B indicator lights flash once a
second).
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64 - Accesses

To keep your children safe, press switch 5 Safety auto-reverse


to prevent operation of the rear windows. When the window rises and meets an
obstacle, it stops and lowers again.
To reactivate the controls, press con-trol 5
again. In the case of unwanted opening of the
window on closing (for example, in the case
You have two options: of ice), if the window will not rise, pull the
switch until the win-dow closes completely.
Continue to press the switch for one second
Manual operation: after closing.
F press or pull switch 1 gently. The
window stops as soon as the switch is
released. Following reconnection of the bat-tery, in
ELECTRIC WINDOWS the event of a malfunction, you must
1 - Driver's electric window reinitialise the safety auto-reverse function:
Automatic operation:
switch. - open the window completely, then close it,
2 - Passenger's electric window F press or pull switch 1 fully. The
window opens or closes complete-ly it will rise in stages of a few centimetres
switch.
when the switch is released. Pressing with each press, re-peat the operation
3 - Rear right electric window
the switch again stops the movement of until the window is completely closed,
switch. the window.
4 - Rear left electric window - continue to press the switch for at least
switch. one second after reaching this position.
5 - Neutralisation of the electric Note: approximately 45 seconds fol-lowing
controls located in the rear (child removal of the ignition key, none of the
safety). windows can be opened or closed. You The safety auto-reverse function is not
must switch the igni-tion on again to open operational during these operations.
or close the windows.
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Always remove the key from the DOORS


ignition when leav-ing the
vehicle, even for a short time.
In the event of contact when
operating the windows, you must reverse
the movement of the window, To do this,
press the switch concerned.
When the driver operates the pas-senger
window switches, he must ensure that no
one is preventing cor-rect closing of the
window.
The driver must ensure that pas-sengers
use the electric windows correctly.

Be aware of chidren when operating the Opening the doors from outside Locking/unlocking from the
windows. inside

- Using button A of the centre con-sole:

This allows the doors, the boot and the


fuel filler flap to be locked or unlocked.
Note: the button A indicator light is lit when
the vehicle is locked.
- Using button B on the door:
on the front doors this allows the
doors, the boot and the fuel filler flap
to be locked or unlocked.
on the rear doors this allows the door
concerned to be locked or the doors,
Opening the doors from inside
boot and fuel filler flap to be unlocked.

Note: buttons A and B and control C are


deactivated if the vehicle is deadlocked.

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01-06-2005
68 - Accesses

Safety auto-reverse (on


sliding only)
When the sunroof is closing and meets an
obstacle, it stops then par-tially opens
again.

In the event of unwanted opening of the


sunroof on closing:
- press part B of the switch until the
sunroof is fully open,
- as soon as the sunroof stops, press part
A of the switch until the sun-roof is fully
closed.
Tailgate release SUNROOF
The safety auto-reverse function is not
This enables the tailgate to be un-locked in You have two options: operational during this operation.
the event of a central locking fault.
Manual operation:
- Fold back the rear seats to gain access Note: the sunroof shutter is manual.
F lightly press the switch; the roof stops
to the lock from inside the boot,
as soon as the switch is released.
- Insert a small screwdriver into hole A of
the lock to unlock the tailgate. Automatic operation:
F press the switch down fully; the roof
opens or closes completely depending
on where the switch is pressed.

to partially open the roof: press part A


of the switch. To close it, press part B of
the switch.
to open the roof completely: press part
B of the switch.
to close it completely: press part
A of the switch.
01-06-2005
68 - Accesses

Safety auto-reverse (on


sliding only)
When the sunroof is closing and meets an
obstacle, it stops then par-tially opens
again.

In the event of unwanted opening of the


sunroof on closing:
- press part B of the switch until the
sunroof is fully open,
- as soon as the sunroof stops, press part
A of the switch until the sun-roof is fully
closed.
Tailgate release SUNROOF
The safety auto-reverse function is not
This enables the tailgate to be un-locked in You have two options: operational during this operation.
the event of a central locking fault.
Manual operation:
- Fold back the rear seats to gain access Note: the sunroof shutter is manual.
F lightly press the switch; the roof stops
to the lock from inside the boot,
as soon as the switch is released.
- Insert a small screwdriver into hole A of
the lock to unlock the tailgate. Automatic operation:
F press the switch down fully; the roof
opens or closes completely depending
on where the switch is pressed.

to partially open the roof: press part A


of the switch. To close it, press part B of
the switch.
to open the roof completely: press part
B of the switch.
to close it completely: press part
A of the switch.
01-06-2005
Accesses - 69

Always remove the key from the Filling with fuel


ignition when leav-ing the Locking and unlocking of the fuel filler flap,
vehicle, even for a short time. the doors and the boot is simultaneous.
In the event of contact when
operating the sunroof, you must reverse the
movement of the sunroof. To do this, press
The engine and the ignition must be
the switch concerned.
switched off when filling with fuel:
When the driver operates the sunroof
switch, he must ensure that no one is F Open the fuel filler flap by press-ing the
preventing correct closing of the sunroof. front,
F Unscrew the cap and hook it over the
The driver must ensure that pas-sengers
FILLING WITH FUEL tab located on the inside of the flap.
use the electric sunroof correctly.
When filling up your tank, do not continue
Be aware of children when operating the
after the 3rd cut-off of the pump; this could
sunroof. Low fuel level cause your vehicle to malfunction.

When the minimum fuel level is The capacity of the tank is


reached, this warn-ing light approximately 80 litres.
comes on, accom-panied by an F After filling the tank, screw the cap on
audible signal and a message on fully and close the fuel filler flap.
the multi-function display.

You can can still drive approximately 30 Fuel filler cap open
miles (50 km) without filling up with fuel.
When this light comes on,
accompanied by an audible
signal and/or a message on the
multifunction display, screw the
cap on again and close the fuel
filler flap.
01-06-2005
Accesses - 69

Always remove the key from the Filling with fuel


ignition when leav-ing the Locking and unlocking of the fuel filler flap,
vehicle, even for a short time. the doors and the boot is simultaneous.
In the event of contact when
operating the sunroof, you must reverse the
movement of the sunroof. To do this, press
The engine and the ignition must be
the switch concerned.
switched off when filling with fuel:
When the driver operates the sunroof
switch, he must ensure that no one is F Open the fuel filler flap by press-ing the
preventing correct closing of the sunroof. front,
F Unscrew the cap and hook it over the
The driver must ensure that pas-sengers
FILLING WITH FUEL tab located on the inside of the flap.
use the electric sunroof correctly.
When filling up your tank, do not continue
Be aware of children when operating the
after the 3rd cut-off of the pump; this could
sunroof. Low fuel level cause your vehicle to malfunction.

When the minimum fuel level is The capacity of the tank is


reached, this warn-ing light approximately 80 litres.
comes on, accom-panied by an F After filling the tank, screw the cap on
audible signal and a message on fully and close the fuel filler flap.
the multi-function display.

You can can still drive approximately 30 Fuel filler cap open
miles (50 km) without filling up with fuel.
When this light comes on,
accompanied by an audible
signal and/or a message on the
multifunction display, screw the
cap on again and close the fuel
filler flap.
01-06-2005
Familiarisation - 7

KEYS STARTING
A. Unfolding/Folding of the key. 1. Stop position.
B. Normal locking or deadlocking. 2. On position.
C. Complete or selective unlocking. 3. Starting position.
D. Unlocking, opening and
stopping of the boot.

MOTORISED BOOT
A. Exterior opening. B.
Interior closing.
C. Unlocking, opening and
stopping of the boot.

: 58 : 66

:: this symbol invites you to refer to the


pages which provide details of this
function.
01-06-2005
70 - Visibility

Dipped/main beam change Direction indicators (flashers)


F Pull the stalk fully towards you.
Left: downwards.
Right: upwards
Lights on
With the ignition and the automatic lights
function switched off, on open-ing the Note: if you forget to return the direc-tion
driver's door a buzzer sounds to warn you indicator to its normal position, the volume
that you have left your lights on. of the audible signal will increase, if you are
driving at a speed greater than 50 mph (80
km/h).
LIGHTS STALK Front and rear fog lamps (ring B) Parking lights
The parking lights are lit on the side the
F Turn ring B forwards to switch on
Front and rear lights (ring A) traffic is on.
and backwards to switch off. The
position is confirmed by the light on the With the engine switched off, place the
F Turn ring A to the position re-quired indicator lights stalk on the traf-fic side (for
instrument panel.
example: for parking on the right; switching
on of the lights on the left).

Lights off Front fog lamps (one This is indicated by an audible signal and
press) lighting of the corresponding direction
indicator on the instrument panel.

Side lights These operate with the side lights, dipped


Automatic "follow-me-home" lighting
headlamps or main beam headlamps.
When you leave your vehicle with the
automatic switching on of the lights
Rear fog lamps (two presses)
activated, the side lights and dipped
Dipped/main beam headlamps remain on for the duration
headlamps selected when the ignition is switched off.
To deactivate or activate this func-tion, pass
These operate with the side lights and the via the multifunction display
front fog lamps, or with the dipped "Personalisation-Configuration" menu.
headlamps.

01-06-2005
Visibility - 71

The timed duration must Automatic switching on of the Activation


also be set, via the
multifunction display lights
"Personalisation-Con- Side lights and dipped beam head-lamps When this function is acti-vated,
switch on automatically if the light is poor, the indicator light on the
figuration" menu.
or during operation of the windscreen instrument panel comes on.
wipers. They switch off as soon as the light
Cancellation: becomes bright enough or the windscreen
F flash the headlamps, wip-ers stop.
Deactivation
Note: in foggy weather, the bright-ness
F get out of the vehicle and lock it. sensor can detect sufficient light. As a
consequence, the lights will not come on When the function is deacti-
automatically. vated, the indicator light on the
Manual "follow-me-home" lighting instrument panel comes on.
In the absence of the automatic switching This function is active when the vehi-cle is
on of the lights, the manual "follow-me- supplied to the customer. If the brightness sensor does not
home" lighting can be ac-tivated. function correctly, the system ac-tivates
the function (the lights come on) and the
When you leave your vehicle, the side lights
dipped beam headlamps indicator light on
and dipped headlamps re-main on for To switch the function on or
the instrument panel flashes.
approximately 1 minute. off, use the multifunc-tion
display "Personali-sation- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
Configuration" menu. system checked.
Activation:
F switch off the engine,
F flash the headlamps,
F get out of the vehicle and lock it.

Deactivation:
F flash the headlamps again,
F get out of the vehicle and lock it.
01-06-2005
Visibility - 71

The timed duration must Automatic switching on of the Activation


also be set, via the
multifunction display lights
"Personalisation-Con- Side lights and dipped beam head-lamps When this function is acti-vated,
switch on automatically if the light is poor, the indicator light on the
figuration" menu.
or during operation of the windscreen instrument panel comes on.
wipers. They switch off as soon as the light
Cancellation: becomes bright enough or the windscreen
F flash the headlamps, wip-ers stop.
Deactivation
Note: in foggy weather, the bright-ness
F get out of the vehicle and lock it. sensor can detect sufficient light. As a
consequence, the lights will not come on When the function is deacti-
automatically. vated, the indicator light on the
Manual "follow-me-home" lighting instrument panel comes on.
In the absence of the automatic switching This function is active when the vehi-cle is
on of the lights, the manual "follow-me- supplied to the customer. If the brightness sensor does not
home" lighting can be ac-tivated. function correctly, the system ac-tivates
the function (the lights come on) and the
When you leave your vehicle, the side lights
dipped beam headlamps indicator light on
and dipped headlamps re-main on for To switch the function on or
the instrument panel flashes.
approximately 1 minute. off, use the multifunc-tion
display "Personali-sation- Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
Configuration" menu. system checked.
Activation:
F switch off the engine,
F flash the headlamps,
F get out of the vehicle and lock it.

Deactivation:
F flash the headlamps again,
F get out of the vehicle and lock it.
01-06-2005
72 - Visibility
MANUAL ADJUSTMENT OF AUTOMATIC HEADLAMP WINDSCREEN WIPER STALK
THE HEADLAMPS ADJUSTMENT
Windscreen wipers
For vehicles fitted with halogen bulbs, On vehicles with xenon bulbs:
depending on the load in your vehicle, 2 Fast wipe (heavy rain).
when stationary, the system au-tomatically
adjusting the beam of your headlamps is corrects the height of the beam, whatever 1 Normal wipe (moderate rain).
recommended. I Intermittent wipe.
the load of the vehicle. The driver is then
0 - 1 or 2 people in the front seats. 0 Off.
assured of having optimum lighting and not
- - 3 people. causing a nuisance to other road users. AUTO Automatic wipe or single
1 - 5 people. sweep.
2 - 5 people + maximum authorised
loads. In the Intermittent position, the wiping
3 - Driver + maximum authorised speed is in proportion to the speed of the
loads. In cases of malfunction, the
warning light comes on on the vehicle.
Initial setting is position 0. instrument panel display, In AUTO mode, the wiping speed is in
accompanied by an audible proportion to the intensity of the rainfall.
signal and a mes-
sage on the multifunction display. The The wiping must be reactivated if the
system places your headlamps to the low ignition has been switched off for more than
position. one minute.
Do not touch the xenon bulbs. Con-tact a
PEUGEOT dealer.
01-06-2005
Visibility - 73

Maintenance position Automatic windscreen wiper In the event of a malfunction, the driver is
This position enables the wiper blades to be informed of this by a mes-sage on the
The automatic wiping is controlled by a rain multifunction display.
removed. sensor, fitted on the wind-screen.
In the minute following switching off of the In AUTO mode, the wipers will then operate
ignition, any action on the wipers stalk In AUTO mode, the wipers operate in intermittent mode.
positions the wipers at the top of the automatically and adjust their speed to Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
windscreen (parking in winter, cleaning, the intensity of the rainfall. system checked.
replacement of the blades).
To reposition the wipers after this has been
done, switch on the ignition and operate the
stalk. Do not cover the rain sen-sor,
located on the wind-screen
Windscreen and headlamp wash Activation
behind the interior mirror.
Pull the windscreen wiper stalk to-wards
you. The windscreen wash then the This warning light comes on on When using a car wash, switch
windscreen wipers operate for a fixed the instrument panel, off the ignition.
period. accompanied by a mes-sage on
the multifunction display, when In winter, it is advisable to wait until the
The headlamp wash is also activat-ed, if windscreen is completely clear of ice before
the driver
the headlamps are on. activating the automatic wipers.
presses the wipers stalk down in AUTO
mode. When parking in snowy weather, position
the blades at the top of the windscreen
(maintenance position) to prevent the
Screenwash/headlamp wash low Deactivation accumulation of snow.

When the minimum level of the This warning light comes on on


reservoir is reached, this the instrument panel when the
warning light comes on, driver moves the wipers stalk to
accompanied by an audible position I, 1 or 2.
signal and a message on the
multi-function display.
Next time you stop, fill the screenwash/
headlamp wash reservoir.
If the reservoir is empty, the warning light
comes on when the ignition is switched on,
or every time the stalk is operated, until the
reservoir is filled.

01-06-2005
Visibility - 73

Maintenance position Automatic windscreen wiper In the event of a malfunction, the driver is
This position enables the wiper blades to be informed of this by a mes-sage on the
The automatic wiping is controlled by a rain multifunction display.
removed. sensor, fitted on the wind-screen.
In the minute following switching off of the In AUTO mode, the wipers will then operate
ignition, any action on the wipers stalk In AUTO mode, the wipers operate in intermittent mode.
positions the wipers at the top of the automatically and adjust their speed to Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
windscreen (parking in winter, cleaning, the intensity of the rainfall. system checked.
replacement of the blades).
To reposition the wipers after this has been
done, switch on the ignition and operate the
stalk. Do not cover the rain sen-sor,
located on the wind-screen
Windscreen and headlamp wash Activation
behind the interior mirror.
Pull the windscreen wiper stalk to-wards
you. The windscreen wash then the This warning light comes on on When using a car wash, switch
windscreen wipers operate for a fixed the instrument panel, off the ignition.
period. accompanied by a mes-sage on
the multifunction display, when In winter, it is advisable to wait until the
The headlamp wash is also activat-ed, if windscreen is completely clear of ice before
the driver
the headlamps are on. activating the automatic wipers.
presses the wipers stalk down in AUTO
mode. When parking in snowy weather, position
the blades at the top of the windscreen
(maintenance position) to prevent the
Screenwash/headlamp wash low Deactivation accumulation of snow.

When the minimum level of the This warning light comes on on


reservoir is reached, this the instrument panel when the
warning light comes on, driver moves the wipers stalk to
accompanied by an audible position I, 1 or 2.
signal and a message on the
multi-function display.
Next time you stop, fill the screenwash/
headlamp wash reservoir.
If the reservoir is empty, the warning light
comes on when the ignition is switched on,
or every time the stalk is operated, until the
reservoir is filled.

01-06-2005
74 - Visibility

Sill illumination
The sill light is at the bottom of each door
trim.
The light comes on automatically when the
door is opened and goes off automatically
when the door is closed.
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Boot light
The boot light
is located in
the left boot
trim.

It comes on
automatically
when the boot
is opened and
switches of
auto-matically
when the boot
is closed.
Layout - 75
f vents 76 - Layout
l in the
a passe
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comp CENTRE CONSOLE
artme 1 - Storage compartment
i nt.
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2 - Front lighter
has a
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pen
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holder
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n
three
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socket
d Press the cover to open the
s* C
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SUN AREAS AIR for
VISO FOR CONDITI conne To release the ashtray
Front
cting emptying, open it then push
R TOLL ONED armrest
video cover down-wards.
WIT CARDS/ GLOVE equip To obtain
H CAR BOX ment. a resting
ILLU PARK or driving
4 - Rear ashtray
MIN This is position:
TICKETS fitted with a Press the cover to open the
ATE Lift
D The lock. ashtray. F
the
COU athermic To open the To empty the ashtray, de
centr
RTE windscreen glove box, the receptaclee by pulling
SY has two lift the towards you.handl
MIR non- handle. To refit the eashtray,
1 clip it b
reflective The glove into its housing.
and
ROR zones box is lit up pull
With located when the the
5 - Rear lighter
the either side cover is armre
of the base * DT Push in and wait for a
ignitio opened. moments until st it springs
n on, of the The glove colour forwa
interior scree automatically.
the box has a rds.
mirror. vent A that n only. To
mirror 01-06- They are can be return
is 2005 intended for closed, to the
auto
affixing toll which initial
matic
cards produces positi
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and/or car the same
up conditioned
when park tickets.
air as the
the
push the armrest F Raise
backwards. the right
To open the lower compartment: handle
F Raise the left handle 2. 3. This
CDs and coins can be is
stored here. equippe
To open the top compartment: d with a
can
holder.
01-06-2005
Layout - 77

REMOVING A MAT Electric rear sunblind


When removing a mat on the driver's or The blind, fitted to the rear parcel shelf, is
passenger's side, push back the seat as far intended to protect occu-pants from the
glare of the sun and the lights of cars
as possible and remove the clips.
behind.
To remove a rear mat, push the cor-
responding front seat forward and remove Rear shelf compartment With the ignition on:
the clip. This is provided for the storage of a first aid F Briefly press button A on the centre
On refitting, position the mat and tighten the console to open it out.
kit.
securing clips fully. The catch on the lid is designed to F Briefly press button A again to store it
Ensure that the mat is secured cor-rectly. withstand a weight of 9 lbs (4 kg) on impact. away.

Rear armrest
To prevent the mat from This provides access to the ski flap from the
becoming caught under the passenger compartment.
pedals: It has two cup holders.
- only use mats which are
suited to the fixings already
present in the vehicle. Ski flap
Do not place anything on the
It is imperative that these fixings are used. F Lower the armrest to access the ski blind, to avoid it being damaged.
flap. Open by pulling the handle
- never fit one mat on top of another. downwards.

01-06-2005
78 - Layout
Storage compartments
There are two storage compartments The left side storage compartment, which
located behind the side trim of the boot. houses the battery, can ac-commodate a
box of bulbs. A warning triangle can be
The right side storage compartment is fitted secured using the two external straps.
with a CD storage bracket for five single
CDs and one double CD. You can also
store a small oil can and a safety jacket To access a storage compartment:
here.
F Push the handle downwards and fold
Luggage net down the panel.
The stowing rings allow the net to be placed
in different positions.

Do not place anything on the


battery.
01-06-2005
Safety - 79

HORN HAZARD WARNING LIGHTS


Press one of the spokes of the Press the button, the direction indica-
steering wheel. tors flash.
They can operate with the ignition off.

Automatic lighting of hazard


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

* According to country.
01-06-2005
8 - Familiarisation
ELECTRIC WINDOWS ELECTRIC MIRRORS STEERING WHEEL
ADJUSTMENT
A. Windows manual or automatic B. Exterior mirrors selection,
opening and closing control. adjustment and folding control. C. Steering wheel height and depth
1. Driver's electric window. 1. Selection of the driver's mirror. adjustment locking and release
2. Passenger electric window. control.
2. Central position "l".
3. Rear right electric window. 1. Locked position.
3. Selection of the passenger
4. Rear left electric window. mirror. 2. Released position.
5. Deactivation of the electric window 4. Folding of the mirrors.
controls located in the rear.

: 64 : 46 : 47
01-06-2005
80 - Safety

ANTI-LOCK BRAKING Stop immediately. EMERGENCY BRAKING


SYSTEM (ABS) AND In both cases, consult a PEUGEOT dealer. ASSISTANCE SYSTEM
ELECTRONIC BRAKE FORCE
DISTRIBUTION (EBFD) In an emergency, this system ena-bles the
optimum braking pressure to be reached
more quickly, thus re-ducing the stopping
The ABS, in conjunction with the electronic distance.
brake force distribution, increases the It is triggered by the speed at which the
stability and mano-evrability of your vehicle brake pedal is activated. The ef-fect of this
on braking, in particular on poor or slippery Normal operation of the ABS may make is a reduction in the resist-ance of the pedal
road surfaces. itself felt by slight vibrations of the brake and an increase in braking efficiency.
pedal.
Note: when changing wheels (tyres and In emergency braking, press very
rims), make sure that these are approved. firmly without releasing the pressure.
The anti-lock braking system comes into
operation automatically when there is a risk
of wheel lock.

When this warning light comes


on, accompanied by a buzzer
and a message, it indicates that
there is a malfunction of the
ABS,
which can cause a loss of control of the
vehicle when braking.

When this warning light comes


on, connected to the STOP and
ABS warn-ing lights,
accompanied by a buzzer and a
message, it
indicates that there is a malfunction of the
electronic brake force distribu-tion, which
can cause a loss of con-trol of the vehicle
when braking.

01-06-2005
Safety - 81

TRACTION CONTROL (ASR) Operating check


AND DYNAMIC STABILITY
CONTROL (ESP) When a malfunction of the
systems occurs, the switch light
These systems are linked and com-plement flashes and the warn-ing light
the ABS. comes on, accom-panied by an
The ASR system optimises drive to prevent audible signal
the wheels skidding, by act-ing on the and a message on the multi-function
brakes of the drive wheels and on the display.
engine. It also allows the directional stability Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to have the
of the vehicle to be improved on system checked.
acceleration.
If there is a variation between the trajectory
followed by the vehicle and that required by
the driver, the ESP system automatically Disarming
acts on the engine and the brake of one or In exceptional conditions (starting a vehicle The ASR/ESP systems offer
more wheels, in order to put the vehicle which is bogged down, stuck in snow, on exceptional safety in normal
back on course, within the limits of the laws soft ground), it may be advisable to disarm driving, but this should not
of physics. encourage the driver to take
the ASR and ESP systems, so that the extra risks or
wheels can move freely and regain grip. drive at high speed.
F Press the 'ESP OFF' switch, The correct functioning of these systems
located under the steering wheel to the depends on observation of the
Activation of the ASR and ESP right. manufacturers recommendations regarding
systems the wheels (tyres and rims), the braking
When the ignition is on, the ASR The switch lights up and the components and the electronic
and ESP systems are always warning light comes on: the ASR components, as well as the PEUGEOT
activated. and ESP systems no longer assembly and operation procedures.
have any effect on the engine After an impact, have the system checked
operation. by a PEUGEOT dealer.

Reactivation:
Operation of the ASR and ESP
systems F Automatic if the ignition is switched
off.
The warning light flashes when
the ASR or ESP is activated. F Automatic from 30 mph (50 km/h).
F Manual by pressing the switch again.

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82 - Safety

TYRE UNDER-INFLATION Flat tyre Sensor(s) not detected


DETECTION
This warning light comes on, This warning light, accom-
Sensors check the tyre pressure during accompanied by an audible panied by an audible signal and
driving and trigger a warning in the event of signal and a mes-sage on the a message on the multi-function
malfunction (speed greater than 15 mph [25 multi-function display, locating display, indicates that under-
km/h]). the de- inflation detection is absent from
flated tyre. one (or sev-
Have the tyre pressure checked as soon as eral) tyre(s).
possible. Contact a PEUGEOT dealer to re-place the
Pressure check faulty sensor(s).
Note: this message is also displayed when
With the ignition on and af-ter one of the tyres is away from the vehicle
Puncture (being repaired) or when a wheel without a
the engine oil level, this warning
sensor is fitted.
light comes on to indicate that This warning light, accom-panied
the system is measuring the by an audible signal and a
pressure of the tyres. message on the multi-function All repairs and changing of tyres
display locating the punctured on a wheel fitted with this
tyre, is followed by illumination of system must be carried out by a
Pressure OK the 'STOP' warning light. PEUGEOT dealer.
Stop immediately, avoiding any sud-den
This warning light comes on if all The tyre under-inflation detection
movement of the steering wheel and the
of the tyre pres-sure values system is an aid to driving which does
brakes.
measured are correct. not replace the need for the driver to be
Change the damaged (punctured or very
vigilant or to drive responsibly.
deflated) tyre, and have the tyre presure
If one of the warning lights checked as soon as possible.
described below appears, refer to the This system does not remove the necessity
corresponding paragraph. for having the tyre pres-sure (including that
Note: if the damaged tyre is tempo-rarily of the spare wheel) checked regularly, to
If none of the lights appear, contact a stored in the boot, it will again emit this
PEUGEOT dealer to have the sys-tem ensure optimum dynamic performance of
message to remind you of the necessity of the vehicle and to prevent premature wear
checked. having it repaired. This will prevent another of the tyres, particularly in the case of
warning of the same type being displayed. arduous driving conditions (heavy load, high
speed).
The system may temporarily be disturbed
by radio broadcasts on a frequency close to
it.

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Safety - 83

To unlock the seat belts


F Press the red button on the buckle, then
remove the end.

Seat belt not fastened warning light

When the ignition is switched on,


the warning light comes on if the
driver has not fas-tened his seat
belt.
From approximately 12 mph (20 km/h) and
for two minutes, the warning light flashes Rear seat belts
accompanied by an audible signal which
increases in volume. Once these two The rear seats are all fitted with a three-
minutes have elapsed, the warning light point inertia reel seat belt with force limiter.
remains on until the driver fastens his seat
belt.
SEAT BELTS
Front seat belts with pre-tensioner Rear central seat belt
Front seat belt height adjustment and force limiter F Pull the belt located between the two
F To lower the attachment point, Safety in the event of a frontal impact has head restraints at the left rear.
squeeze control 1 and slide it been improved by the introduction of seat
belts with pre-tensioner and force limiter F Insert the fixed buckle 2 in the
downwards.
connected to the front air bags. Depending black clasp located on the left.
F To raise the attachment point,
on the seriousness of the impact, the pre F Insert the sliding buckle 3 in the
squeeze control 1 and slide it up-wards.
-tensioning system instantly tightens the red and black movable clasp.
seat belts firmly against the bodies of the To release it, press the black button of the
occupants. locking clasp.
The pre-tensioning seat belts are armed
when the ignition is on.
To lock the seat belts
The force limiter reduces the pressure of
F Pull the strap, then insert the end into the seat belt on the body of the occupant in
the buckle. the event of an accident.
01-06-2005
84 - Safety

Wherever you are seated in the After folding or moving a seat or rear bench
vehicle, always fas-ten your seat seat, ensure that the seat belt is positioned
belt, even for short journeys. and rolled up correctly.

Recommendations for child seats:


Do not invert the seat belt buckles as they - use a suitable child seat if the pas-senger
will not fulfil their role fully. is less than 12 years old or shorter than
If the seats have armrests*, the lap part of one metre fifty,
the seat belt must always pass under the - do not use the strap-guide* when a child
armrest. seat is installed.
Before and after use, ensure that the seat
belt is rolled up correctly. Depending on the nature and se-
riousness of the impacts , the pre-
In order to be effective, a seat belt: tensioning device may be triggered before
- must be tightened as close to the body as and independently of the air bags.
possible, In all cases, the air bag warning light comes
- must restrain one adult only,
on.
- must not bear any trace of cuts or fraying,
Following an impact, have the seat belts
- must not be twisted, system checked, and if nec-essary
- must not be transformed or modi-fied. replaced, by a PEUGEOT dealer.

Clean the seat belt straps with soapy water


or a textile cleaning product, sold by
PEUGEOT dealers.

* According to model.
01-06-2005
88 - Driving

When the vehicle is


being driven, the
respective illumina-tion
of these warn-ing lights
on the
instrument panel, accompanied by an
audible signal and a message on the multi-
function display, indicates that the
handbrake is still on or has not been
properly released.
HANDBRAKE When parking on a slope, direct 6-SPEED MANUAL
your wheels towards the GEARBOX
Applying pavement and pull the
Pull the handbrake to immobilise your handbrake. Reverse
vehicle. To change to reverse gear, lift the ring
under the gear lever knob and push the
gear lever to the left then to the front.
Releasing
Pull on the handle and press the but-ton to
release the handbrake. Reverse gear can only be engaged when
the vehicle is stationary with the engine
idling.

Starting the vehicle


Before starting your vehicle:
- ensure that the gear lever is in neutral,

or
- if a gear is engaged, press the clutch
pedal.
01-06-2005
Driving - 89

Gear selection gate Starting the engine


F Move the lever in the gate to se-lect a F with the handbrake on, select po-sition
position. P or N in the gate,
The indicator light corresponding to the F turn the ignition key.
position selected appears on the instrument
panel screen.
Moving Off
Park: to immobilise the vehicle and to start
With the engine running, from posi-tion P:
the engine, with the handbrake on.
F to exit position P, it is essential to
Reverse: to reverse (select this posi-tion press the brake pedal,
F select position R, D or M, then gradually
with the vehicle stationary, en-gine at idle).
release the pressure on the brake
pedal; the vehicle moves off
immediately.
Neutral: to start the engine and to park, with To move off from position N:
the handbrake on.
Note: if position N is inadvertently engaged F with your foot on the brake, re-lease
while driving, allow the en-gine to return to the handbrake,
'PORSCHE TIPTRONIC idle before engaging position D then F select position R, D or M, then
SYSTEM' AUTOMATIC accelerate. gradually release the pressure on the
GEARBOX brake pedal; the vehicle moves off
Drive: to drive in automatic mode. immediately.
The six speed automatic gearbox of-fers, as
required, the comfort of the automatic
program, enhanced by a manual selection Manual: to drive selecting the gears.
suited to dynamic driving conditions: Sport When the engine is at idle,
S: Sport program. brakes not applied, if posi-tion
program. Driving on a slippery road is R, D or M is selected, the
detected automatically. vehicle moves even without the
However, manual selection is still possible accelerator be-
using the gear lever. ing pressed.
Do not leave children unsuper-vised
inside the vehicle, with position R, D or
M selected, with the engine running, as
the vehicle moves even without the
accelera-tor being pressed.

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90 - Driving

With the ignition off, if the lever When travelling downhill, the program will Operation with manual
is not in position P, an audible change down automatically in or-der to offer selection of the gears
signal is heard when the driver's efficient engine braking and good
resumption of acceleration. F select position M in the gate,
door is opened. Move the lever
When travelling uphill, following rapid F push the lever to the + sign to change
to position P. The audible signal ceases. releasing of the pedal, the gearbox up a gear and push again to change up
maintains the gear engaged to make another gear,
When maintenance operations need to be acceleration easier. F pull the lever to the - sign to change
carried out with the engine run-ning, apply down a gear and pull again to change
the handbrake and select position P. down another gear.
When the engine is cold, the opera-tion of You can change from position D (driving in
the gearbox may differ from its operation Never select position N when the
automatic mode) to posi-tion M (driving in
when the engine is warm. vehicle is moving.
manual mode) at any time.
Never select positions P or R
unless the vehicle is stationary.

The Drive program


F Select position D in the gate: the
Sport program Notes
gearbox operates in automatic mode.
The program selected is displayed on the It is only possible to change from one gear
The gearbox automatically adapts the gear instrument panel screen. to another if the vehicle speed and engine
in relation to the profile of the road and the F Press button S once the vehicle speed permit. If they do not, the vehicle will
vehicle load. has been started in position D, this operate tempo-rarily in automatic mode.
To obtain maximum acceleration without program favours dynamic driving.
When the vehicle is stationary or moving
touching the lever (kick down), press the very slowly, the gearbox au-tomatically
accelerator down fully to the end of its You can deactivate the Sport pro-gram at
selects gear M1.
travel (passing the point of resistance). The any time by pressing the button selected.
Program S (Sport) does not operate in
program will change down automatically or manual gear selection mode.
will stay in the gear selected until the
maximum engine speed is reached.
01-06-2005
Driving - 91

Operating check Selecting the SPORT position

Any operating abnormality is F Press switch 1, the


indicated by lighting of this indicator light and the
warning light, accom-panied by SPORT indicator light will
an audible sig-nal and a come on.
message on the
multi-function display. In this position, the suspension is
In this situation the gearbox oper-ates in maintained in the SPORT position, the
shock absorption and the steer-ing
downgrade mode (locked in 3rd gear). You
assistance become firmer.
may feel a substantial knock when
changing from P to R and from N to R (this
will not cause any damage to the gearbox). Return to automatic operation
Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) or keep ELECTRONICALLY
within local speed limits. CONTROLLED SUSPENSION F Press switch 1 again.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as The indicator light will go out
possible. The suspension adapts automati-cally and and the AUTO indicator light
instantly to different driv-ing styles and road comes on, accompanied by
characteristics, improving the comfort of the an audible signal.
occu-pants and the vehicle's road holding
capabilities.
The suspension favours a smooth shock
Operating check
absorption, ensuring a comfort-able ride,
but as soon as conditions demand a This is confirmed by the switch light and the
change (sporty driving, tight bends, indicator lights. The switch light comes on
If the battery is flat and the lever
in is position P, it will be avoidance action, etc.), it automatically for approximately three seconds every time
impossible to change to another selects firmer shock absorption, the ignition is switched on.
position. guaranteeing optimum road holding.
In particular, do not force the
lever or there is a risk the gear-box may be When the ignition is switched on, the If the switch light flashes or if the
damaged. electronic suspension is always ac-tive in indicator light comes on,
automatic operation mode. accompanied by an au-dible
signal and a message, contact
your PEUGEOT dealer.

01-06-2005
Familiarisation - 9

ELECTRIC FRONT SEATS

A. Forwards-backwards C. Height adjustment. E. Head restraint height


adjustment. adjustment.

B. Seat cushion angle adjustment. D. Seat back angle adjustment. M. Adjustments memorisation.
1. Recall of the first position.
2. Recall of the second position.

: 48
01-06-2005
Driving - 91

Operating check Selecting the SPORT position

Any operating abnormality is F Press switch 1, the


indicated by lighting of this indicator light and the
warning light, accom-panied by SPORT indicator light will
an audible sig-nal and a come on.
message on the
multi-function display. In this position, the suspension is
In this situation the gearbox oper-ates in maintained in the SPORT position, the
shock absorption and the steer-ing
downgrade mode (locked in 3rd gear). You
assistance become firmer.
may feel a substantial knock when
changing from P to R and from N to R (this
will not cause any damage to the gearbox). Return to automatic operation
Do not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) or keep ELECTRONICALLY
within local speed limits. CONTROLLED SUSPENSION F Press switch 1 again.
Contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as The indicator light will go out
possible. The suspension adapts automati-cally and and the AUTO indicator light
instantly to different driv-ing styles and road comes on, accompanied by
characteristics, improving the comfort of the an audible signal.
occu-pants and the vehicle's road holding
capabilities.
The suspension favours a smooth shock
Operating check
absorption, ensuring a comfort-able ride,
but as soon as conditions demand a This is confirmed by the switch light and the
change (sporty driving, tight bends, indicator lights. The switch light comes on
If the battery is flat and the lever
in is position P, it will be avoidance action, etc.), it automatically for approximately three seconds every time
impossible to change to another selects firmer shock absorption, the ignition is switched on.
position. guaranteeing optimum road holding.
In particular, do not force the
lever or there is a risk the gear-box may be When the ignition is switched on, the If the switch light flashes or if the
damaged. electronic suspension is always ac-tive in indicator light comes on,
automatic operation mode. accompanied by an au-dible
signal and a message, contact
your PEUGEOT dealer.

01-06-2005
93
YOUR 607 IN DETAIL
THE SEATS
Manual front seats
1 - Forwards-backwards adjustment
Lift the lever and slide the seat forwards or backwards.
2 - Seat cushion angle adjustment*
Raise the catch while pressing on or easing off the seat back to
obtain the required height.
3 - Driver's seat height adjustment*
Raise the catch to obtain the required height.
4 - Seat back angle adjustment
Raise the catch to obtain the required angle.
5 - Lumbar adjustment*
Raise or lower the lever to obtain the correct position.
6 - Head restraint height adjustment
The head restraint has a frame with notches which prevent the
head restraint dropping down (safety device in the event of an
impact).
To raise the head restraint, push it upwards.

The setting is correct when the upper edge of the head


restraint is level with the top of the head.

To lower the head restraint, it is necessary to push


simultaneously :
the button located on the base of the head restraint frame,
the head restraint downwards.
To remove the head restraint, lift it out by pressing the lug.

Warning : never drive with the head restraints removed; they must
be in place and correctly adjusted.
* Driver's seat only.

02-02-2004
95
YOUR 607 IN DETAIL
p - vi t n the r
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s e po e u eri m Memoris
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io t
t d l mir using
ns e
i r o ror c the
tw m
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o, e
n m v k res n
us To
s ori e i um tr
in memoris
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u e
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m e a h n ignitio
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button 2 successio for two
(second n, the minutes after
driving function the ignition is
position) will be switched off.
within four cancelled
seconds. until the
engine is
started.
An audible
signal confirms
that a position Engine
has been running
memorised. Keep
Memorising a button
1 or 2 Fron
new position t
cancels the press and
previous one. ed rear
down heat
until ed
Recalling a
the seat
memorised s
bleep
position cont
indicat
Engine off es the rols
end of Press the
Briefly press switch.
button 1 or setting
The
2 to recall of the
tempera-
the corres ture is
correspondi pondi regulated
ng ng automatic
memorised mem- ally.
position. orised Press it
The end of positio again to stop
the setting n.
operation.
is indicated
by a bleep. Note: the
command to
Note: after activate
recalling a heat-ing of
memorised the seat(s)
position five remains in
94
YOUR 607 IN DETAIL
Electric front seats
A - Forwards-backwards adjustment
Push the control forwards or backwards to slide the seat.

B - Seat cushion angle adjustment


Tilt the front of the control upwards or downwards to obtain the
required angle.
C - Seat height adjustment
Tilt the rear part of the control upwards or downwards to obtain
the required height.
D - Seat back angle adjustment
Tilt the control to the front or the rear to obtain the cor-rect angle.

E - Lumbar adjustment (mechanical adjustment)


Raise or lower the lever to obtain the correct position.
F - Head restraint height adjustment
Tilt the control upwards or push it downwards to obtain the
correct height.

The setting is correct when the upper edge of the head


restraint is level with the top of the head.

The head restraint angle is also adjustable manually.


To remove the head restraint, tilt the seat back to 45 and place
the head restraint in the high position, then pull with both hands.

Note: the electrical functions of the driver's seat are inoper-ative three
minutes after the ignition has been switched off.
02-02-2004
95
YOUR 607 IN DETAIL
p - vi t n the r
o ris ng h ext e
s e po e u eri m Memoris
i d: sit n or o ing
io t
t d l mir using
ns e
i r o ror c the
tw m
o i c s o buttons
o, e
n m v k res n
us To
s ori e i um tr
in memoris
se r' n e o
F g l e:
tw d s g the
o k
o by s pos Place
u e
re th e t itio the
r y
m e a h n ignitio
d c
ot re t e me n key
r a
e m a mo in the
M i n
c ot n d rise m 'run-
e v e
o d o d e ning'
m i nt co o by m positi
o n ro ntr t r the o on
r g l ol ri
h s re (2nd
i ke ke s notch)
e , mo
s p ys y e
t te ,
i o (t Wh a
e h con Adjust
n s w en s
x e trol p
g i o lock your seat
u t key e
t ing and
se e d if c
s i the mirrors,
rs r r this if
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a n rs,
o - cha c
t s Pres
two the r v ng s
rem e s
, m e ed
a c ote tt butt
usi i r' in
n a cont i on
ng r s the
d n rol n M,
butt r s me g
key o e anti then
b ons .
m me r a me butt
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and
r ses . a (first
m M/2 E
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r m D c
tion h h posit
o ri of e
ion) or times in the memory
button 2 successio for two
(second n, the minutes after
driving function the ignition is
position) will be switched off.
within four cancelled
seconds. until the
engine is
started.
An audible
signal confirms
that a position Engine
has been running
memorised. Keep
Memorising a button
1 or 2 Fron
new position t
cancels the press and
previous one. ed rear
down heat
until ed
Recalling a
the seat
memorised s
bleep
position cont
indicat
Engine off es the rols
end of Press the
Briefly press switch.
button 1 or setting
The
2 to recall of the
tempera-
the corres ture is
correspondi pondi regulated
ng ng automatic
memorised mem- ally.
position. orised Press it
The end of positio again to stop
the setting n.
operation.
is indicated
by a bleep. Note: the
command to
Note: after activate
recalling a heat-ing of
memorised the seat(s)
position five remains in
Driving - 95
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the s w
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front o h
er. er, h km/
en which - when you 96 - Driving
the become exit
veh increasin reverse
icle gly close gear,
to the - when the
Reactivation
has vehicle.
bee speed is Press button A
The above 6 again to
n obstacle is
stat mph (10 reactivate the
located in km/h), system. The
ion relation to - at the indicator light on
ary the end of the button is
for emission of
the switched off.
mor the audible
signal by manoeuv
e re, when
tha the
speakers; stationary
n 3 , after a If
that is, front there
sec The or rear and few
ond proximity seconds is an
right or left. Deactivati
s. of the When the (front oper
on ating
obstacle distance parking
is indi- between assistanc Press button fault,
cated by: the vehi-cle e only). A to when
- an and the deactivate rever
audible obstacle is the sys-tem se
signal less than (child asleep gear
which ap- in the rear...). is
becom proximately The indicator
twenty-five enga
es
centimetres light on the ged,
more
rapid , the button the
as the audible comes on. indic
vehicle signal ator
ap- becomes Note: this
light
proach continu-ous function will
be flash
es the and/or the es,
obstacl "Danger" deactivated
automatically acco
e, symbol ap-
- a pears on when a mpan
graphic the trailer is ied
on the multifunctio being towed by an
multifu n display. (vehicle fitted audib
nction The system with a towbar le
dis- becomes recommende signa
play, inactive d by l and
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blocks mess
age on the
multifunc-
tion display.
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Ski flap

Lower the armrest to access the ski flap.


Open by pulling the han-dle.
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GENERAL POINTS RELATING - Remember to fasten the seat belt or the
TO CHILD SEATS child seat harness keeping the slack in
relation to the child's body to a
Although one of PEUGEOT's main criteria
minimum, even for short journeys.
when designing your vehicle, the safety of
your children also depends on you.
For maximum safety, please follow these
Special points relating to the
precautions: transportation of children on the front
- Since 1992, all children under the age passenger seat*
of 10 must travel in approved child Children under the age of 10 must not
seats* suited to their weight, on seats travel in the forwards facing position,
fitted with a seat belt or ISOFIX
mountings. unless the rear seats are already occupied
by other children or the rear seats cannot
- A child weighing less than 9 kg must be used (absent or folded). In this case,
"ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS
travel in the rearwards facing position adjust the front passenger seat to the The one third side of the rear seat of your
both in the front and in the rear. intermediate longitudinal posi-tion and vehicle is fitted with ISOFIX mountings.
PEUGEOT recommends that children leave the passenger air bag armed. These are 2 rings loca-ted between the seat
should travel in the "rearwards back and seat cushion of your vehicle.
facing" position up to the age of two. The transportation of children in the
The ISOFIX child seats are fitted with 2
rearwards facing position is permit-ted. In
- Statistically, the safest seats in your locks which fit onto these rings.
this position, it is essential to disarm the
vehicle for the transporta-tion of passenger air bag. Otherwise, the child Incorrect installation of a child seat in a
children are the rear seats. PEUGEOT would risk being killed or seriously injured if vehicle compromises the protection of the
recommends that children travel in the air bag were to inflate. child in the event of a collision.
the rear even when a "rearwards
facing" child seat is used. This ISOFIX mounting system guarantees
- If a child is travelling on a booster seat, reliable, safe and fast installation of the
check that the lap section of the seat belt child seat in your vehicle.
passes over the child's thighs correctly.
The chest section of the seat belt must be For information regarding the ISOFIX* child
posi-tioned on the child's shoulder without seats which are appro-ved for your vehicle,
touching the neck. PEUGEOT consult your PEUGEOT dealer.
recommends that you use a boos-ter seat
with a back, fitted with a seat belt guide at * According to current legislation in the
shoulder level. country.
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Closing RUNNING OUT OF FUEL


F Lower the bonnet and release it at the (DIESEL)
end of its travel. If you should run out of fuel, it is nec-essary
F Check that it is locked. to re-prime the circuit.
The repriming pump and the degas screw
are located under the bonnet (see
"Bonnet open" warning* corresponding drawing):
With the engine running or when the vehicle
is moving, the door open warning light 2 litre 16V HDI engine
comes on, accompa-nied by an audible - fill the fuel tank with at least five litres of
signal and a dia-gram on the multi-function diesel,
- unclip the style cover to gain ac-cess to
display, if the bonnet is not properly closed. the repriming pump,
- unscrew the degas screw,
- squeeze and release the manual
repriming pump until diesel is seen
escaping via the degas screw,
- retighten the degas screw,
- operate the starter until the engine starts.

BONNET

Opening
F Pull the lever, located on the right
beneath the dashboard, down-wards.

F Lift the catch and raise the bonnet.

Bonnet struts open the bonnet and keep


it open.

* Only on vehicles fitted with an alarm.


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GENERAL POINTS RELATING - Remember to fasten the seat belt or the
TO CHILD SEATS child seat harness keeping the slack in
relation to the child's body to a
Although one of PEUGEOT's main criteria
minimum, even for short journeys.
when designing your vehicle, the safety of
your children also depends on you.
For maximum safety, please follow these
Special points relating to the
precautions: transportation of children on the front
- Since 1992, all children under the age passenger seat*
of 10 must travel in approved child Children under the age of 10 must not
seats* suited to their weight, on seats travel in the forwards facing position,
fitted with a seat belt or ISOFIX
mountings. unless the rear seats are already occupied
by other children or the rear seats cannot
- A child weighing less than 9 kg must be used (absent or folded). In this case,
"ISOFIX" MOUNTINGS
travel in the rearwards facing position adjust the front passenger seat to the The one third side of the rear seat of your
both in the front and in the rear. intermediate longitudinal posi-tion and vehicle is fitted with ISOFIX mountings.
PEUGEOT recommends that children leave the passenger air bag armed. These are 2 rings loca-ted between the seat
should travel in the "rearwards back and seat cushion of your vehicle.
facing" position up to the age of two. The transportation of children in the
The ISOFIX child seats are fitted with 2
rearwards facing position is permit-ted. In
- Statistically, the safest seats in your locks which fit onto these rings.
this position, it is essential to disarm the
vehicle for the transporta-tion of passenger air bag. Otherwise, the child Incorrect installation of a child seat in a
children are the rear seats. PEUGEOT would risk being killed or seriously injured if vehicle compromises the protection of the
recommends that children travel in the air bag were to inflate. child in the event of a collision.
the rear even when a "rearwards
facing" child seat is used. This ISOFIX mounting system guarantees
- If a child is travelling on a booster seat, reliable, safe and fast installation of the
check that the lap section of the seat belt child seat in your vehicle.
passes over the child's thighs correctly.
The chest section of the seat belt must be For information regarding the ISOFIX* child
posi-tioned on the child's shoulder without seats which are appro-ved for your vehicle,
touching the neck. PEUGEOT consult your PEUGEOT dealer.
recommends that you use a boos-ter seat
with a back, fitted with a seat belt guide at * According to current legislation in the
shoulder level. country.
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