Peugeot 106 (2001.5). Instruction - part 4

 

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Peugeot 106 (2001.5). Instruction - part 4

 

 

Front head restraints

Height adjustment: slide the head
restraint.
The adjustment is correct when the
upper edge of the head restraint is
at the same height as the top of the
head. This adjustment avoids
excessive movement of the head
rearwards, in cases of rear impact.
Adjustment of angle*: tilt the head
restraint.
To remove the head restraint: posi-
tion it at maximum height, press the
two lugs then remove the head
restraint.
Warning: never drive with the head
restraints removed; they must be in
place and correctly adjusted.

Adjustment of front seats

Forwards/backwards adjustment:

lift control 1, slide the seat, then let go to lock.

Adjustment of seat back:

push control rearwards to obtain the required angle.

Access to rear seats: (3 doors)

raise control or push control towards the front.
Tilt the back of the seat, then pull the seat forward.
The position of the seats is memorised*. To put them back as they were
before, you need only return them to the original position.
The storage compartment for the handbook and Warranty book is located under the
front right-hand seat*.

* According to specification

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Rear seats

To tilt the seat:
– Pull the rear of the seat and tilt it against the front seats.
– Place the seat-belt in the hook (3-door) or on the top of the seat-back 4

(5-door).

– Unlock the seat-back by using the controls on the sides.
– Tilt the seat-back 4.
To remove the rear seat cushions , tilt the seat cushion to 45° and remove it.
To replace the seat cushion: position it on the front fixing brackets and lower it to
the normal position.
When folding the rear seats, always start with the seat cushion, never the
seat back (risk of damage).

Rear head restraints*

These have one position (high) for
when they are in use and another
position (low) for storing.  They are
removable.
To lower, press the lug.
To remove, pull upwards as far as
the stop and press the lug.

Warning: never drive with the head
restraints removed; they must be in
place and correctly adjusted.

* According to specification.

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Isofix mounting*

The Isofix mountings available on
the two rear seats* allow for the ins-
tallation of special child seats**,
approved by UTAC for PEUGEOT
vehicles and marketed within the
network. 
The fixings are available as an
accessory and must be fitted by an
approved PEUGEOT dealer.
The locks incorporated in the child
seat fit onto the mounting and
ensure quick, reliable and safe
installation of the seats. The
combined use of the seat belt is
compulsory for a forward-facing
child seat. 
The forward-facing position is per-
mitted in the rear.

For maximum safety, it is essential
to adjust the corresponding front
seat to the intermediate longitudinal
position, seat back upright.
Follow the instructions for fitting
the child seat  in the leaflet
provided when the child seat is
purchased.

*  According to specification.
** Available during the model year

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Never leave a child in a
vehicle which is
exposed to the sun and
has the windows
closed.

To protect young children from
the sun, fit sunblinds to the rear
windows.
Never leave the keys in the
reach of children inside the car.
Strap children into their child
seats even on short journeys.

Observe the precautions concer-
ning the passenger airbag.

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Child seats

This was one of PEUGEOT’s main criteria when designing your vehicle, however the
safety of your children also depends on you.
For maximum peace of mind, please follow these simple precautions:
All children under the age of 10 are required to travel in approved child safety seats*,
fitted with seat belts.
After carrying out numerous tests, PEUGEOT recommend the following systems: 
Up to 9 months (up to 22 lbs. or 10 kg)

«Baby Safe», a seat secured with its back to the engine and secured with a three-
point seat belt, on either the front or rear seat.

From 9 months to 3 or 4 years (20 to 40 lbs. or 9 to 18 kg)

«Römer Peggy» is fitted to the rear seat with a two-point (lap-belt) or three-point
belt.

From 3 to10 years of age (33 to 80 lbs or 15 to 36 kg)

«Klippan Optima» : is fitted in the rear with a three point belt (removable seatback).
from 33 to 55 lbs. [15 to 25 kg] : booster + seatback.
from 55 to 80 lbs. [25 to 36 kg] : use the booster on its own.

For maximum safety, fasten the three-point seat belts or the child seat straps keeping
the slack in relation to the child’s body to a minimum, even for short journeys.
To prevent the doors from opening accidentally: use the child-proof lock.
Also, do not open the rear windows more than a third.

* According to current legislation.

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Seat belts (5-door):

To adjust the height of the front
seat belts*:
Pull control towards you and slide it.
To fasten the seat belts:
Pull the strap, then insert the end
into the buckle. 
Rear seat belts
The rear seats are fitted with two
three-point inertia reel belts and a
lap belt.

Pre-tensioning and force-

limiting front seat belts*

Safety in the event of a front impact
has been improved by the
introduction of pre-tensioning and
force-limiting front seat belts.
Depending on the seriousness of
the impact, the pre-tensioning
system instantly tightens the seat
belts firmly against the body of the
occupant.
The pre-tensioning seat belts are
armed when the ignition is on.

* According to specification

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To be effective, a seat
belt must be tensioned
as close to the body as
possible.

Depending on the nature and
seriousness of the impact the
pre-tensioning system may be
triggered before and indepen-
dently of the airbags.
In all cases, the airbag warning
light comes on.
Following an impact, have the
system checked by a PEUGEOT
dealer.
The system has been designed
to be fully operational for ten
years. Have it replaced at the end
of this period.

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Key position

There are four positions of the
ignition key in the lock:
"S" Stop: 
ignition is off.
"A" Accessories: ignition is off but
accessories can operate. The
battery charge warning lamp lights.
"M" Run: ignition on. The following
warning lamps light:
- low engine oil pressure,
- coolant temperature,
- battery charge,
- pre-heater (DIESEL),
- handbrake, low brake fluid,
- engine diagnostics*,

- ABS* (lights for 3 seconds, the

warning lamp should always go
out when the vehicle speed is
over 8 m.p.h. [12 km/h]),

- Airbag*, the warning lamp lights

for six seconds, then goes out. 

"D" Starter: starts the engine.
The following warning lamps go out:
- low engine oil pressure,
- battery charge,
- engine diagnostics*.

Starting

Unlock the steering

Turn the steering wheel gently
while turning the key.
Before starting it is advisable to:  
Press the clutch pedal while opera-
ting the starter to aid starting of the
engine.

* According to specification

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Key position

There are four positions of the
ignition key in the lock:
"S" Stop: 
ignition is off.
"A" Accessories: ignition is off but
accessories can operate. The
battery charge warning lamp lights.
"M" Run: ignition on. The following
warning lamps light:
- low engine oil pressure,
- coolant temperature,
- battery charge,
- pre-heater (DIESEL),
- handbrake, low brake fluid,
- engine diagnostics*,

- ABS* (lights for 3 seconds, the

warning lamp should always go
out when the vehicle speed is
over 8 m.p.h. [12 km/h]),

- Airbag*, the warning lamp lights

for six seconds, then goes out. 

"D" Starter: starts the engine.
The following warning lamps go out:
- low engine oil pressure,
- battery charge,
- engine diagnostics*.

Starting

Unlock the steering

Turn the steering wheel gently
while turning the key.
Before starting it is advisable to:  
Press the clutch pedal while opera-
ting the starter to aid starting of the
engine.

* According to specification

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Never race a cold engine.
Never run the engine in
an enclosed space.
If the engine cannot be
stopped using the igni-

tion key, press the brake pedal,
engage a gear and release the
clutch in order to stall the engi-
ne.
Do not modify the steering
lock in any way.

Starting a petrol engine*

Do not press the accelerator pedal.
Operate the starter without relea-
sing the key until the engine starts.

* According to specification

Starting a diesel engine

Engine cold:

Do not press the accelerator pedal.
Turn the key to position “M”, the
pre-heat warning lamp lights.
Wait until the warning lamp goes
out, then operate the starter in posi-
tion  “D” until the engine runs
smoothly.

Engine hot:

Do not press the accelerator pedal.
Operate the starter.
If the engine stops or does not start
immediately, always wait a few
seconds before trying again using
the pre-heater.

NOTE: according to specifica-
tion, the pre-heat warning
lamp does not light if the engi-
ne is sufficiently hot.

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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 to ensure
that the keys in your posses-
sion are the only ones which
will permit starting of the
vehicle.

- Do not make any modifica-

tions to the engine immobi-
liser.

Confidential card

This shows the identification code which is required if any work is carried out on
the system by a PEUGEOT dealer. This code is hidden by a strip which must not
be removed unless required.

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

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KEYS

The keys will lock or unlock the
doors and the boot or tailgate inde-
pendently or simultaneously by
central locking, as well as the fuel
tank filler cap and the steering lock.
They also enable the passenger
airbag* to be disarmed.

THE REMOTE CONTROL

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

Note: 
Do not repeatedly press the button
of your remote control out of range
of your vehicle. You risk causing it
not to work and the remote control
would have to be reprogrammed.

Changing the remote control
batteries

To gain access to the battery, unclip
the key casing with a coin where
you can see the ring (CR2016/3 V).
If the remote control does not work
after the battery has been changed,
re-programme the remote control.

Synchronising the remote
control*

- Use the key to unlock the driver’s

door of your vehicle.

- Within 30 seconds of unlocking

your vehicle, press button A
twice.

- The vehicle is locked by the

second press of the button.

The remote control is now working
again.

* According to specification

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Engine immobiliser

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

Operation

The keys which were given to you
on delivery of your vehicle have an
electronic chip in the plastic part of
the key.

Each key therefore has a special
code.

When the ignition is switched on,
the key code is recognised by the
engine immobiliser system and
starting is possible.

If the key does not have a code or
has a different code from those sto-
red in the system memory, the
vehicle will not start. 

The engine immobiliser automati-
cally locks the engine control sys-
tem a few moments after the igni-
tion has been switched off.

Additional key

You can store up to 5 keys.

If you require an additional key or
wish to replace a faulty key, you
must visit a PEUGEOT dealer.

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DOORS

Opening the doors from the

inside

To open, pull handle 1.

Child safety

The rear doors are fitted with child-
proof locks:
Lower the catch to prevent the doors
being opened from the inside.
It is still possible to open the doors
from outside.

THE BOOT

Locking/unlocking the tailgate.

Using the key
To open the tailgate, turn the key
then push button 1.
The light is operated by opening the
tailgate*.

* According to specification

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DOORS

Opening the doors from the

inside

To open, pull handle 1.

Child safety

The rear doors are fitted with child-
proof locks:
Lower the catch to prevent the doors
being opened from the inside.
It is still possible to open the doors
from outside.

THE BOOT

Locking/unlocking the tailgate.

Using the key
To open the tailgate, turn the key
then push button 1.
The light is operated by opening the
tailgate*.

* According to specification

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Closing the tailgate

To close the tailgate, pull either of
the interior grab handles.

THE BONNET

Unlocking from the inside

Pull the handle.

Opening from the outside

To open:
Press the hook and slowly raise
the bonnet. The struts will open and
keep the bonnet open.

To close:
Lower the bonnet most of the way
and let it drop when it is almost
closed. Check that it is locked
securely.

Filling with fuel

Fuel tank cap

- Insert the key, then turn it to the

left.

- Remove the cap.

Tank capacity: approximately 10
gallons (45 litres).

Only fill up with fuel with
the engine switched
off
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Athermic windscreen*

The windscreen has a non-
reflective zone above the interior
rear-view mirror.
This zone is intended for affixing toll
cards or parking passes.
Note: the athermic glass of the
windscreen limits the heating of the
passenger compartment by reflec-
ting more of the sun’s rays.

Sliding sun roof*

To open or partly open the roof:
- Open the concealing panel.
- Pull handle to open out.
- Turn handle 1

the desired

amount.

Tilting sun roof*

- Tilt and push the handle.

Tilting window* 
(3 door version)

To open the rear windows:
- Tilt lever then push the window.

* According to specification

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Closing the tailgate

To close the tailgate, pull either of
the interior grab handles.

THE BONNET

Unlocking from the inside

Pull the handle.

Opening from the outside

To open:
Press the hook and slowly raise
the bonnet. The struts will open and
keep the bonnet open.

To close:
Lower the bonnet most of the way
and let it drop when it is almost
closed. Check that it is locked
securely.

Filling with fuel

Fuel tank cap

- Insert the key, then turn it to the

left.

- Remove the cap.

Tank capacity: approximately 10
gallons (45 litres).

Only fill up with fuel with
the engine switched
off
.

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