Peugeot 106 (2001.5). Instruction - part 6

 

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Peugeot 106 (2001.5). Instruction - part 6

 

 

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1527 cm

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diesel engine

. Air filter
. Brake fluid
. Battery
. Power steering
. Dipstick
. Engine oil filler
. Coolant
. Reservoir for front/rear screen and 

headlamp wash-wipe*

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CHECKING THE LEVELS

1. Air filter

The air filter element must be
changed at the recommended
intervals. If you drive in a dusty
atmosphere, change it twice as
often. 
Follow the recommendations given
in the maintenance schedule.

2. Brake fluid

The level must always be above the
DANGER mark on the reservoir. In
the event of a significant drop in the
fluid level, consult a PEUGEOT
dealer immediately. Use fluids
approved by the manufacturer,
which conform to DOT 3 or DOT 4
standards.

3. Battery

At the beginning of winter, have the
battery checked by a PEUGEOT
dealer.
In summer (30°C and above) or if
the battery is in heavy use, check
the level of electrolyte; it must cover
the separator plates at all times. If
necessary, top up with distilled
water.

4. Power steering*

When the engine is cold, the level
must always be above the MIN
mark, close to the MAX mark.

5. Dipstick

Check the oil level on flat ground,
with the engine cold and preferably
before the first journey of the day.
Never exceed the maximum level.
Check the level regularly.

6. Topping up with oil

Your oil must be changed in accor-
dance with the maintenance sche-
dule.
The oil must be topped up between
oil changes.
Regularly check and top-up the
oil level.
Maximum oil consumption is 0.5
litres per 600 miles (1000 km).

7. Coolant

Engine cold: the coolant level must
be between the min and max marks
in the expansion chamber with the
cap removed. To close, turn the cap
to the second notch*.

Cooling circuit
Always use the coolant which is
approved by the manufacturer
(PROCOR TM108 / GLYSANTIN
G33 or REVKOGEL 2000). If this is
not possible, top up with distilled
water and have the protection level
checked by a PEUGEOT dealer.
When the engine is hot, the coolant
temperature is regulated by the fan.
As the fan can operate with the
ignition key removed, and as the
cooling circuit is pressurised, do
not carry out any work for at
least an hour after switching off
the engine
.
Note: the coolant does not need to
be renewed.

8. Front/rear screen and

headlamp wash reservoir*

For optimum cleaning quality and
for your safety, it is best to use clea-
ning products approved by PEU-
GEOT (capacity 4.5 litres without
headlamp wash, 5.5 litres with
headlamp wash).

* According to specification

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Visual brake pad wear indicator*

The front brakes are fitted with visual wear indicators. 
Regularly check the thickness of the brake pads.

To check: turn the wheels to full lock on the side to be checked. The thickness of pad remaining is represented by the measu-
rement X. 
When the measurement is zero, the brake pads must be changed.

Advice

As brake pad wear depends on the way in which the vehicle is driven, particularly if the vehicle is used for urban driving or for
short journeys, or is driven in a very sporty manner, it may be necessary to check the thickness of the pads even between ser-
vice intervals.

* According to specification

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CHANGING A WHEEL

Access to the spare wheel
The spare wheel is outside, under
the luggage compartment, in a
metal carrier.
– Take out the wheel-brace 1.
– Using the wheel-brace 1, slacken

the spare wheel carrier bolt
inside the luggage compartment,
under the carpet.

– Lift the carrier to disengage the

hook towards the rear, then lower it.

– Take out the jack storage box 2

located in the spare wheel.

Remove the wheel 

– Use the wheel-brace to remove

the wheel trim by pulling at the
valve location.

– Loosen the wheel bolts.
– Use the jack storage box to chock

the wheel at the opposite corner to
the wheel being changed.

– Position the jack head in the jac-

king point nearest to the wheel
being changed, taking care that
the entire base of the jack is in
contact with the ground. 

– Raise the jack, remove the wheel

bolts and remove the wheel.

Fit the spare wheel  

– Position the wheel, then lightly

pre-tighten the bolts using the
wheel-brace.

– Lower the jack and release it.
– Tighten the bolts using the

wheel-brace.

– Fit the wheel trim, starting with

the valve location, and press with
the palm of the hand.

Replacing the wheel in the
carrier

– Lift the wheel to aid re-positio-

ning of the carrier.

– Do not forget to retighten the

spare wheel carrier bolt.

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For your safety, always
change a wheel:

– on level, solid, non-slippery

ground,

– with the handbrake applied,
– with first or reverse gear engaged,
– Chock the vehicle.
– Never position yourself under

a vehicle which is supported
only by a jack. Use a ramp.

After changing the wheel
– Have the wheel bolts and the

tyre pressure checked as
soon as possible.

– Have the damaged tyre

repaired so that it can be
returned to the vehicle as
soon as possible.

– The “space-saving”* type of

spare wheel is fitted with a
115/70R 15 tyre and is for
temporary use only.
- Pressure: 61 lbf. in

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(4.2 bars).

- Maximum speed: 50 m.p.h. 

(80 km/h).

* According to specification

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Special procedure for Sport model

Positioning the jack

– Close the jack completely.
– Position the jack under the vehicle at the jacking points tilting it by 90°, so that

the jack handle hinge is at the same height as the sill trim, then straighten it.

– Check that the jack is in correct contact with the sill.

Replacing the wheel in the carrier

– Position the jack storage box with the arrow pointing forwards.

Never place the jack in contact with the sill trim.

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Special features of the alloy

wheels*

Bolt covers
Alloy wheel bolts are covered by
chrome trims.  
Use tool to remove the trims before
slackening the bolts.

Anti-theft bolt**

If your wheels are fitted with an anti-
theft bolt (one per wheel), the
chrome trim and then the plastic
cover must be removed, using tool 3,
before it is unscrewed using one of
the two anti-theft sockets (which
were given to you on delivery of your
vehicle along with the duplicate keys
and the confidential card) and the
wheel brace 1.

Note: make a careful note of the code
number engraved on the top of the
anti-theft socket. This will enable you
to obtain a duplicate of the anti-theft
socket from a PEUGEOT dealer.

* According to specification.
** According to model and destination.

Fitting the spare wheel

If your vehicle is fitted with a steel
spare wheel, it is normal when secu-
ring it to notice that the bolt washers
do not come into contact with the
rim.  The spare wheel is secured by
the cone-shaped support of each
bolt.

Fitting snow tyres

If you fit snow tyres mounted on steel
wheels, it is essential to use special
bolts available from your PEUGEOT
dealer.  

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CHANGING A BULB

Side lights W5W

Turn the plastic protector 1/8 turn
and remove it.
Change the bulb.

Dipped/main headlamps
H4 55/60 W

Turn the plastic protector 1/8 turn
and remove it.
Disconnect the connector.
Press the spring to unhook it then
change the bulb.
When refitting the plastic protector,
ensure that the locating notches
are correctly positioned and that
the protector is properly secured.
Only touch the bulb with a dry
cloth.

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There is a risk of damage
to the dipped/main
headlamps. Only use
bulbs supplied by the
following manufacturers:

– TUNGSRAM
– PHILIPS
– OSRAM
– NORMA
These comply with the anti-UV
(Ultra-Violet) requirements
necessary for correct operation
and reliability of the headlamps.

The headlamps are fitted with
polycarbon glass with a
protective coating. We strongly
advise against cleaning them
with a dry or abrasive cloth or
with products containing
detergents or solvents.

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Direction indicator bulbs
PY21W

Access to the bulbs is from inside
the wheel arch.
Turn the wheels to full lock (to the
left to change the right hand bulb
and vice versa).
Open the access flap.
Turn the socket 1/4 turn.
Change the bulb.

Ensure that the flap is closed
correctly.

Side repeater W5W*

Pull the rear part of the transparent
cover and detach the assembly.
Support the connector and turn the
transparent cover 1/4 turn.
Change the bulb.

Rear lights

Direction indicators PY21W
Reversing lights P21W
Fog lamp P21W
Tail lights P5W
Brake/tail lights P21/5W
From inside the luggage com-
partment:
Remove the plastic protector 1.
Remove the air outlet grille using
a cross-head screwdriver.
Slacken the two wing nuts and
release the light block 4.
Pinch the lugs to remove the
bulb-holder. Change the bulbs.

* According to specification

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Additional brake light 
5 W5W bulbs

Access to the light is easier if the
luggage compartment is open.
Remove the plastic protector by
pressing the side tabs.
Pinch the lugs to release the bulb-
holder.
Change the bulbs.

Front fog lamps/long range
lights H1/55W*

Access to the bulbs is from under-
neath the vehicle.
Turn the socket a 1/4 turn.
Change the bulb.

* According to specification

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Direction indicator bulbs
PY21W

Access to the bulbs is from inside
the wheel arch.
Turn the wheels to full lock (to the
left to change the right hand bulb
and vice versa).
Open the access flap.
Turn the socket 1/4 turn.
Change the bulb.

Ensure that the flap is closed
correctly.

Side repeater W5W*

Pull the rear part of the transparent
cover and detach the assembly.
Support the connector and turn the
transparent cover 1/4 turn.
Change the bulb.

Rear lights

Direction indicators PY21W
Reversing lights P21W
Fog lamp P21W
Tail lights P5W
Brake/tail lights P21/5W
From inside the luggage com-
partment:
Remove the plastic protector 1.
Remove the air outlet grille using
a cross-head screwdriver.
Slacken the two wing nuts and
release the light block 4.
Pinch the lugs to remove the
bulb-holder. Change the bulbs.

* According to specification

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Additional brake light 
5 W5W bulbs

Access to the light is easier if the
luggage compartment is open.
Remove the plastic protector by
pressing the side tabs.
Pinch the lugs to release the bulb-
holder.
Change the bulbs.

Front fog lamps/long range
lights H1/55W*

Access to the bulbs is from under-
neath the vehicle.
Turn the socket a 1/4 turn.
Change the bulb.

* According to specification

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Beware of incompatible
additional electrical acces-
sories!
Your vehicle’s electrical

circuit is designed to operate
with standard or optional equip-
ment. Before installing additional
electrical equipment or accesso-
ries, consult a PEUGEOT dea-
ler.
Some electrical accessories, or
the way in which they are fitted,
may adversely affect the opera-
tion of your vehicle, namely, the
electronic control circuits, the
radio circuit and the electrical
charging circuit.
PEUGEOT does not accept any
responsibility for expenses
incurred by repairs or for any
faults resulting from the installa-
tion of additional accessories
which are not supplied or
recommended by PEUGEOT
and which were not installed in
accordance with the manufactu-
rer’s instructions, in particular
equipment with a consumption
greater than 10 milliamps. The
maxi fuses provide additional
protection for the electrical sys-
tems. Any work must be carried
out by a specialist.

Before removing a fuse the cause of the fault must be found and corrected.
The fuse numbers are on the fuse box.
Always change a faulty fuse for one of the same rating.

Removing-fitting a fuse

Correct

Incorrect

Pliers

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The 16 fuse boxes and maxi fuse
boxes are located under the
bonnet.

To gain access to the fuses, unhook
the covers.

16 fuse box

Maxi fuse box

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F2

F1

F4

F6

F8

F10

F12

F14

MF1

MF3

MF2

MF4

F3

F5

F7
F9

F11

F13

F15

F16

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Fuse

Rating*

Functions*

1

Not used

2

30A

Anti-lock braking system

3

25A

Engine cooling

4

20A

Anti-lock braking system

5

25A

Fan unit

6

20A

Additional driving lamps

7

Not used

8

Not used

9

10A

Fuel pump

10

Not used

11

10A

Oxygen sensor

12

10A

Left-hand main beam

13

10A

Right-hand main beam

14

10A

Left-hand dipped beam

15

10A

Right-hand dipped beam

16

30A

Pulsair pump

16 fuse box (engine compartment)

Maxi fuse (engine compartment)

MF1

20A

Lighting switch

MF2

80A

Ignition supply (starter +ve)

MF3

40A

Ignition supply (ignition controlled +ve)

MF4

40A

Battery +ve feed to 13-fuse box

* According to specification.

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13 fuse box

13 fuse box in the passenger
compartment 

To gain access to the passenger
compartment fuse box, press the
lug on the upper section and pull
the flap towards you.

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F7

F2

F3

F10

F11

F4

F9

F5

F8

F6

F1

F12

F13

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Fuse

Rating*

Functions*

1

Not used.

2

25A

Heater blower.

3

25A

Heated rear screen – air conditioning – pressure switch – heated seats.

4

25A

Radio – map reading light.

5

30A

Heated rear screen - horn - lighter + heated mirrors.

6

10A

Direction indicators / hazard warning lights.

7

10A

Engine cooling – electronic immobiliser – coolant temperature control unit – instrument
panel – power steering – reversing lights.

8

20A

Central locking - electronic immobiliser – interior lighting – boot lighting - 
coolant temperature control unit - instrument panel - radio - clock.

9

30A

Electric windows - hazard warning lights - electric mirrors – brake lights – front and rear
wipers - instrument panel.

10

20A

Front electric windows.

11

5A

Rear fog light + instrument panel lights.

12

5A

Left tail-light – front sidelights - instrument panel lighting (rheostat) + headlamp height
adjustment.

13

5A

Switch lighting – radio panel lighting – 
number plate lighting – right tail light

13 fuse box (passenger compartment)

* According to specification.

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