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Peugeot 106 (2001.5). Instruction - part 1

 

 

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1 - Electric mirrors switch

2 - Storage compartment

3 - Lights, fog lamps and horn stalk

4 - Steering wheel with AIR BAG

5 - Ignition,ignition lock and engine 

immobilser

6 - Windscreen wash/wipe stalk

7 - Instrument panel lighting rheostat

8 - Headlamp height adjustment

9 - Radio cassette player or spare

10- Adjustable centre vents

11- Controls for:

• Air conditioning or left-hand heated seat
• Lighter
• Hazard warning lights
• Rear screen and mirrors demisting
• Air recirculation or right-hand heated

seat

12 - Windscreen demisting vents

13- Side windows demisting vents

14- Adjustable side vent

15- Glove box

16- Passenger airbag

17- Ash tray

18- Passenger airbag disarming switch

19 - Electric window switches

20 - Gear lever

21 - Handbrake

22- Bonnet opening control

23- Fuse box

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The remote control

A single press on button A locks the
doors and boot or tailgate.
A single press on button B unlocks
the vehicle.

Key

The key switches on the ignition,
locks and unlocks the doors, tailga-
te, fuel filler flap and disarms the
passenger airbag.

LOCKING AND
UNLOCKING

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Keep your key number
in a safe place.

This will enable you to

obtain a new key if it is lost or
stolen.

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ENGINE

IMMOBILISER

This locks the engine control sys-
tem and therefore prevents starting
of the vehicle by anyone who does
not have the key.

Operation

Each key has a special code.
When the ignition is switched on
the key code is recognised by the
engine immobiliser system and
starting is possible.
The engine immobiliser automati-
cally locks the engine control sys-
tem a few moments after the igni-
tion has been switched off.

Confidential card

This shows the identification code
which is required if any work is car-
ried out on the system by your
PEUGEOT dealer. This code is hid-
den by a film which must not be
removed unless required.

Keep your card in a safe place,
never in your vehicle.

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When buying a second-
hand car:

- Make sure that you are given

the confidential card.

- It is advisable to have the key

codes memorised by your
PEUGEOT dealer in order to
ensure that the keys in your
possession are the only ones
which can start the vehicle.

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SEATS WITH MANUAL
CONTROLS

1. Forwards-backwards adjustment.
2. Seat back angle adjustment.
3. Access to rear seats (3 door).

For models fitted with air conditio-
ning, the storage compartment for
the handbook and maintenance
guide is under the passenger seat.

FRONT AND SIDE
AIRBAGS

Disarming the passenger airbag.
Insert the ignition key in switch 1
and turn it:
– to the «ON» position, the pas-

senger airbag is armed,

– to the «OFF» position, the pas-

senger airbag is not armed.

Operational Check 
This is by means of the warning light
on the instrument panel.
If the passenger airbag is armed or
if your vehicle is not fitted with a
passenger airbag, the warning light
comes on for 6 seconds when the
ignition is switched on.

If the passenger airbag is not
armed, the warning light remains
on.
Always contact your PEUGEOT
dealer if the warning light flashes.

Passenger airbag precautions

For a vehicle fitted with a disarming
switch:

- disarm the air-

bag if you ins-
tall a rear-
w a r d s - f a c i n g
child seat,

- arm the airbag

when an adult
is in the seat.

For a vehicle not fitted with a disar-
ming switch:

- do not install

r e a r - w a r d s -
facing child
seats on the
front passen-
ger seat.

Never place your feet or any object
on the fascia.

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Off

Intermittent or continuous wipe

Windscreen wash

Fog lamps off

Front fog lamps on

Front/rear fog lamps on

LIGHTING - HORN

Ring A

Lighting controls

Lights off

Side lights

Rear fog lamp off

Rear fog lamp on

Dipped/
main beam lights

Ring B

Rear fog lamp control

Front/rear fog lamps control

FRONT AND REAR

WINDSCREEN WIPER

Front

- High speed wipe
- Normal speed wipe
- Intermittent wipe
- Stop
- Single wipe
Pulling the stalk towards you
washes the windscreen with timed
sweep, and headlamp wash if
headlamps are on.

Rear

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1 - Air flow adjustment 

2 - Air distribution

To the central and side
vents

Footwells 

Windscreens, side screens
and footwells

Windscreen and side 

windows

3 -Temperature control

4 - Air conditioning

on/off

5 - Interior air 

recirculation 

EXTERIOR MIRRORS 

Manual adjustment

- Adjust the position using the lever 1.

Electric adjustment:

- Using the two-way switch 2,

select the left-hand or right-hand
mirror, then adjust its position
using button 3.

- Return the two-way switch to

the central position.

Demisting of the mirrors is
linked to the rear screen
demisting control.

HEATING/AIR CONDITIONING

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PEUGEOT SERVICING

Your vehicle benefits from extended service intervals.
• For petrol engines: every 20 000 miles (30 000 km) or every two years.
• For diesel engines: every 10 000 miles (15 000 km) or every two years.

The extension of the service intervals means that the engine oil level must be checked regularly:  topping up of
the oil between oil changes is normal.

It is for this reason that the Peugeot network offers you an intermediate service between each regular service.
The date of this visit is not shown by the service indicator.  It is to be carried out at least every 10 000 miles
(15 000 km) for petrol engines and every 5 000 miles (7 500 km) for indirect injection diesel engines.

Your Peugeot dealer will carry out a quick check and will top up the levels if necessary; oil, coolant and screen
wash up to 2 litres.

If the oil level is too low, there is a risk of serious damage to the engine; check the engine oil level at least every
2 000 miles (3 000 km) or 3 000 miles (5 000 km), depending on the conditions of use.

The extended service intervals have been made possible by technical modifications to the vehicles and lubricants:

THUS IT IS ESSENTIAL TO USE ONLY ENGINE LUBRICANTS WHICH ARE APPROVED AND RECOMMENDED BY
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SPECIAL FEATURES

Some of your vehicle’s vital components have specific servicing schedules.

The airbags and the pretensioning seat belts must be replaced every 10 years.
The brake fluid must be replaced every 40 000 miles (60 000 km) or every 2 years.
The pollen filter must be checked at each visit to the PEUGEOT dealer (intermediate visits and regular services).
Timing belt replacement : Consult a PEUGEOT dealer.

Note: the coolant does not need to be changed.

Arduous conditions of use

If the vehicle is used in certain particularly arduous conditions:

• Continuous door-to-door use.
• Town use (e.g. taxi).
• Repeated short journeys, with the engine cold in low temperatures.

Or in long stays in the following conditions:

• Hot countries with temperatures often above 30° C.
• Cold countries with temperatures often below minus 15° C.
• Countries with a dusty atmosphere.
• Countries whose lubricants or fuels do not conform to our recommendations.

It is necessary to follow an ‘Arduous conditions’ service schedule, which includes special operations and shorter 
service intervals:

• Every 12 000 miles (20 000 km) or every year for petrol vehicles.
• Every 6 000 miles (10 000 km) or every year for indirect injection diesel vehicles.

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A

A

C

C

20 000 (30 000)/

40 000 (60 000)/

60 000 (90 000)/

80 000 (120 000)/

100 000 (150 000)

120 000 (180 000)

140 000 (210 000)

160 000 (240 000)

SERVICE LEVELS

Each vehicle has its own servicing cycle, based upon the engine type.
This cycle consists in alternating 3 types of service A, B and C, intermediate visits, and a few additional operations
depending on your vehicle; these correspond to key stages in the life of your 106.
Your dealer will advise you of the type and content of the next service due, when the first service is carried out
and at each subsequent service.

1st service at

6 000 miles* (10 000 km)

or 6 months*

This is necessary

in order to benefit

from the warranty.

THE MAINTENANCE CYCLE FOR YOUR PETROL 106

Service every 20 000 miles (30 000 km) or 2 years

Intermediate top-up visit incorporated in the fixed services.

* Whichever comes first

Brake fluid replacement every 2 years or every 40 000 miles (60 000 km).

These services are carried out with synthetic based oil; Fuel Economy oil or synthetic oil may also be used.

MILES (KM)

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B

B

C

B

B

B

C

10 000 (15 000) /

20 000 (30 000) /

30 000 (45 000) /

40 000 (60 000) /

90 000 (135 000)

100 000 (150 000)

110 000 (165 000)

120 000 (180 000)

THE MAINTENANCE CYCLE FOR YOUR 106 DIESEL

Service every 10 000 miles (15 000 km) or 2 years

Intermediate top-up visit incorporated in the fixed services.

* Whichever comes first

Brake fluid replacement every 2 years or 40 000 miles (60 000 km)

These services are carried out with synthetic based oil; Fuel Economy oil or synthetic oil may also be used.

50 000 (75 000) /

60 000 (90 000) /

70 000 (105 000) /

80 000 (120 000) /

130 000 (195 000)

140 000 (210 000)

150 000 (225 000)

160 000 (240 000)

1st service at

6 000 miles* (10 000 km)

or 6 months*

This is necessary

in order to benefit

from the warranty.

MILES (KM)

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Services

Level

Operations

Description of operations for 1st service

A

B

C

Intermediate visit

DRAIN AND REFILL

- Engine drain and refill.







- Fuel filter bleeding (Diesel).









- Oil filter.







- Fuel filter (Petrol).





REPLACEMENT

- Fuel filter element (Diesel).





- Air filter element.



- Spark plugs (Petrol).





- Engine oil (check + top up).





- Manual gearbox oil (check + top up).







- Battery (check + top up) if plug is removable.







LEVEL

- Front/rear windscreen wash (check + top up).











- Coolant (check + top up).











- Brake fluid (check + top up).









- Power steering fluid (check + top up according to specification).









- Operation of lights and indicators.









- Condition of glass, headlamp and light lenses and mirrors.







- Horn.







- Windscreen washer jets.







- Condition of wiper blades.







- Condition and tension of ancillary drive belts.







- Handbrake.







- Condition of hydraulic circuits (hoses and covers), check for leaks.







CHECK

- Condition of rubber boots and gaiters.









- Brake pad wear.









- Clearances, hubs, rods, ball joints, flexible mountings.



- Sealing of dampers.



- Wear of rear linings.



- Condition and pressure of tyres (including spare wheel).









- Emission control check according to current legislation (Petrol).









- Smoke opacity (Diesel).







- Pollen filter check (according to specification).









- Visual check of the whole vehicle by a PEUGEOT dealer.





SERVICE

- Courtesy vehicle



ROAD TEST









: All driving conditions



: Arduous conditions

PEUGEOT SERVICING LEVELS A, B AND C

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NL

SF

GR

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D

CH

I

N

P

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B

DK

GB

L

S

IRL

ACTIV

A

DIESEL

7000 

10W 40

ACTIV

A

DIESEL

9000 

5W 40

ACTIV

A

9000 

5W 30*

UL

TRA

DIESEL

10W 40

UL

TRA

5W 30*

UL

TRON DIESEL

5W 40

QUAR

TZ DIESEL

7000 

10W 40

QUAR

TZ 9000 

5W 40

QUAR

TZ 9000 

5W 30*

ACTIV

A

7000 

10W 40

ACTIV

A

9000 

5W 40

ACTIV

A

9000 

5W 30*

QUAR

TZ 7000 

15W 50

UL

TRA

10W 40

UL

TRA

5W 30*

UL

TRON 

5W 40

UL

TRON 

0W 30

QUAR

TZ 7000 

10W 40

QUAR

TZ 9000 

0W 40

QUAR

TZ 9000 

5W 40

QUAR

TZ 9000 

5W 30*

TRADE NAMES OF APPROVED AND RECOMMENDED LUBRICANTS IN EUROPE

(1)

(1) Minimum quality level: petrol: ACEAA3 and API SH/SJ ; Diesel ACEA B3 and API CF/CD - ACEA = Association des Constructeurs Européens Automobiles (Association of European Automobile Manufacturers) - API = American Petroleum Institute. 

If oil is used which does not conform to the ACEAA3-B3 standards, this requires the "Arduous conditions" servicing schedule to be followed, which involves shorter intervals between services

* This Energy Saving oil may only be used in engines specifically designed for it (from 2000 Model Year).

D

I

E

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I

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S

E

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0W

20

30

40

50

20W

15W

10W

5W

Recommendations for

approved lubricants

The oils which appear in the table
opposite are suitable for most pur-
poses.

The diagram opposite states the
optimum range of viscosity depen-
ding on the temperatures at which
the oils are to be used.

It is also possible to use synthetic
oils of ‘superior quality’.

In the absence of semi-synthetic or
synthetic oils, oils of API SH/SJ
quality (for petrol engines), or
CD/CF quality (for diesel engines)
may be used by following the
‘Arduous Conditions’ maintenance
schedule which specifies shorter
intervals.

Do not hesitate to ask for advice
from a Peugeot dealer to maintain
driving pleasure and to minimise
the maintenance cost of your
vehicle.

For countries outside Europe, plea-
se contact a local PEUGEOT
dealer.

ESSENTIAL

ESSENTIAL

Manual gearbox 

ESSO GEAR OIL BV

TOTAL TRANSMISSION BV

75W 80 PR 9736.41

75W-80

Power steering

ESSO ATF D

TOTAL FLUIDE AT42

PR 9730.94

Brake fluid

PEUGEOT DOT4

Coolant

PROCOR TM108 / GLYSANTIN G33 or REVKOGEL 2000

ESSENTIAL Protection to minus 35 °C

Other approved products

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Instrument panel (Petrol)

1 - Maximum coolant temperature

2 - Display control:

- total distance display

- trip recorder - trip recorder reset

- service indicator

3 - Speedometer

4 - Display:

- digital clock

- service indicator

- total distance

- trip recorder

5 - Left-hand indicator

6 - Low fuel level
7 - Fuel gauge
8 - Right-hand indicator
9 - Rev. counter
10 - Clock adjustment, lighting  rheostat
11 - Oil pressure
12 - Engine autodiagnostics* (petrol)
13 - Front* and side** airbag warning

light and passenger airbag
disarm*

14 - ABS* (Anti-lock Braking System)
15 - Handbrake, low brake fluid level

and engine not running

16 - Battery charge

17 - Rear fog lamp

18 - Front fog lamps*

19 - Main beam

20 - Dipped beam

21 - Passenger airbag disarm

* According to specification or country.

** According to model.

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Instrument panel (Petrol)

1 - Coolant temperature gauge
2 - Maximum coolant temperature
3 - Display control:

- total distance display
- trip recorder - trip recorder reset
- service indicator

4 - Speedometer
5 - Display:

- digital clock
- service indicator 
- oil level gauge
- total distance
- trip recorder

6 - Left-hand indicator

7 - Low fuel level

8 - Fuel gauge

9 - Right-hand indicator

10 - Rev. counter

11 - Clock adjustment, lighting rheostat

12 - Oil temperature gauge

13 - Engine autodiagnostics* (petrol)

14 - Front* and side** airbag warning

light and passenger airbag

disarm*

15 - Oil pressure

16 - ABS* (Anti-lock Braking System)

17 - Handbrake, low brake fluid level

and engine not running

18 - Battery charge 

19 - Rear fog lamp

20 - Front fog lamps*

21 - Main beam

22 - Dipped beam 

23 - Passenger airbag disarm

* According to specification or country.
** According to model.

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