Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 4

 

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Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 4

 

 

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HEATING/VENTILATION

  Manual control panel  

  Electric control panel  

MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING

  Manual control panel  

  Electric control panel  

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  2. Air fl ow adjustment 

   )  Turn the dial from position  1  

to position  

4  to obtain an 

air fl ow  suffi cient to ensure 

your comfort. 

 Windscreen, side windows 

and footwells. 

 Footwells.

(vents closed) 

 Central and side vents. 

   )  

Turn the dial from blue 

(cold) to red (hot) to adjust 

the temperature to suit your 

requirements.   

 Windscreen and side windows. 

  1. Temperature adjustment 

 The air distribution can be 

adapted by placing the dial 

in an intermediate position, 

marked by a dot "●".  

 HEATING/VENTILATION AND 
MANUAL AIR CONDITIONING 

 The heating/ventilation or air condition-

ing systems can only operate when the 

engine is running.  

  Manual control panel 

  4. Air intake/Air recirculation 
 The intake of exterior air prevents the 

formation of mist on the windscreen and 

side windows. 
 The recirculation of interior air prevents 

exterior odours and smoke from enter-

ing the passenger compartment. 
 Return to exterior air intake mode as 

soon as possible to avoid deterioration 

of the air quality and prevent misting.  

  Electric control panel 

  Demisting/defrosting 

 To quickly demist or defrost the wind-

screen and side windows: 
   )   place the air intake control  4  in the 

"Exterior air intake" position, 

  )   place the air distribution dial  3  in the 

"Windscreen" position, 

  )   place the temperature dial  1  and the air 

fl ow dial  2  in the maximum position, 

  )   close the central vents, 
  )  switch on the air conditioning by 

pressing the  "A/C"  button.  

  )   If you place the air fl ow control 

in position  0  (deactivation of the 

system), the temperature is no 

longer maintained at a comfort-

able level. However, a slight 

fl ow of air, due to the movement 

of the vehicle, can still be felt.   

  3. Air distribution adjustment 

   )   Move the manual control to the right to 

the "Interior air recirculation" position. 

  )   Move the manual control to the left 

to return to the "Exterior air intake" 

position.   

   )  Press the button to recircu-

late the interior air. This is 

displayed by lighting of the 

indicator lamp. 

  )   Press the button again to permit the 

intake of exterior air. This is confi rmed 

by the indicator lamp going off.    

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  5. Air conditioning On/Off 

 The air conditioning is de-

signed to operate effectively in 

all seasons, with the windows 

closed. 

 The control button is located on 

the heating or air conditioning 

system control panel. 

REAR SCREEN DEMIST - 
DEFROST 

   )  Switch off the demisting/de-

frosting of the rear screen 

and door mirrors as soon as 

appropriate as lower current 

consumption results in re-

duced fuel consumption.   

 If the engine is switched off before the 

demisting/defrosting is switched off auto-

matically, demisting/defrosting will resume 

next time the engine is switched on. 

  Switching on 

 The rear screen demisting/defrosting 

can only operate when the engine is 

running. 
   )  Press this button to demist/defrost 

the rear screen and (depending on 

version) the door mirrors. The indica-

tor lamp associated with the button 

comes on.   

  Switching off 

 The demisting/defrosting switches off 

automatically to prevent an excessive 

consumption of current. 
   )   It is possible to stop the demisting/de-

frosting operation before it is switched 

off automatically by pressing the but-

ton again. The indicator lamp associ-

ated with the button switches off.  

 It enables you to: 
   -  

lower the temperature, in summer, 

  -   increase the effectiveness of the 

demisting, in winter above 0 °C.   

  Switching on 
   )   Press the  "A/C"  button, the associ-

ated indicator lamp comes on.  

  The air conditioning does not op-

erate when the air fl ow  adjustment 

dial 2 is in position "0".   

  Switching off 
   )   Press the  "A/C"  button again, the as-

sociated indicator lamp switches off.    

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 When the engine is cold, to pre-

vent too great a distribution of cold 

air, the air fl ow will only reach its 

optimum level gradually. 
 In cold weather, it favours the dis-

tribution of warm air to the wind-

screen, the side windows and the 

footwells only.  

 On entering the vehicle, if the in-

terior temperature is much colder 

or warmer than the comfort value, 

there is no need to alter the val-

ue displayed in order to obtain 

the required level of comfort. The 

system corrects the temperature 

difference automatically and as 

quickly as possible. 

 The air conditioning can only operate 

with the engine running. 

 The driver and his front pas-

senger can each set the 

temperature to suit their re-

quirements. 

   )  Turn dial  

2  or  3  to the left to reduce 

the value or to the right to increase it.  

 A setting around 21 enables you to ob-

tain an optimum level of comfort. De-

pending on your requirements, a setting 

between 18 and 24 is usual. 
 In addition, it is recommended that you 

avoid a left/right setting difference of 

more than 3. 

  4. Automatic visibility programme 

 The automatic comfort pro-

gramme may not be suffi cient 

to quickly demist or defrost 

the windscreen and side win-

dows (humidity, several pas-

sengers, ice...). 

   )  In this case, select the automatic 

visibility programme.  

 The system automatically controls the 

air conditioning, the air fl ow and the air 

intake and provides optimum distribu-

tion of the ventilation to the windscreen 

and side windows. 

  Automatic operation 

   )  Press the  "AUTO"  button. 

The  "AUTO"  symbol is dis-

played.  

  2. Driver's side adjustment  

DUAL-ZONE DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONING

 We recommend that you use this mode: 

it provides optimised automatic con-

trol of all of the functions, passenger 

compartment temperature, air fl ow,  air 

distribution and air recirculation, in ac-

cordance with the comfort value that 

you have selected. 
 This system is designed to operate ef-

fectively in all seasons, with the win-

dows closed. 

 The value indicated on the display cor-

responds to a level of comfort and not 

to a temperature in degrees Celsius or 

Fahrenheit. 

  1. Automatic comfort programme 

  3. Passenger's side adjustment 

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   )  To exit this programme, press the 

 "visibility"  button again or the  "AUTO"  

button, the indicator lamp on the button 

switches off and  "AUTO"  is displayed.    

   )  Press this button to switch 

the air conditioning off.  

  6. Air distribution adjustment 

   )  

Press this button several 

times in succession to direct 

the air fl ow in turn towards: 

  7. Air fl ow adjustment 

   )  Press the  "small fan"  but-

ton to reduce the air fl ow. 

  8. Air intake/Air recirculation 

  Deactivation of the system 

   )   Press the  "small fan"  button until 

the fan symbol disappears.  

 This action deactivates all of the func-

tions of the air conditioning system. 
 The temperature is no longer main-

tained at a comfortable level. However, 

a slight fl ow of air, due to the movement 

of the vehicle, can still be felt. 
   )   Press the  "large fan"  button again 

or the  "AUTO"  button to reactivate 

the system with the values which 

were set before it was deactivated.  

   )  Press this button to recircu-

late the interior air. The air 

recirculation symbol is dis-

played.  

  5. Air conditioning On/Off 

 Avoid driving for too long with the 

air conditioning deactivated.  

 Avoid prolonged operation in inte-

rior air recirculation mode (risk of 

condensation and of deterioration 

of the air quality).   

   -   the windscreen, the side windows 

and the footwells, 

  -   the windscreen and side windows 

(demisting or defrosting), 

  -  

the central and side vents, 

  -  

the central vents, the side vents and 

the footwells, 

  -  the 

footwells. 

   

  )  Press the  "large fan"  but-

ton to increase the air fl ow.  

 The air fl ow symbol, the fan, is fi lled  in 

progressively in relation to the value re-

quired.  

 Air recirculation prevents exterior odours 

and smoke from entering the passenger 

compartment. 
   )   As soon as possible, press this but-

ton again to permit the intake of 

exterior air and prevent misting.  

 For maximum cooling or heating of 

the passenger compartment, you 

can exceed the minimum value of 

14 or the maximum value of 28. 
   )   Turn dial  2  or  3  to the left un-

til  "LO"  is displayed or to the 

right until  "HI"  is displayed.  

  Resuming manual control 

 Depending on your requirements, you 

can make a different selection from that 

offered by the system by changing a 

setting. The other functions will still be 

controlled automatically.   
   )   Press the  "AUTO"   button to return 

to fully automatic operation.  

 Switching the system off may result in 

discomfort (humidity, condensation). 
   )   Press the button again to return to 

automatic operation of the air con-

ditioning. The symbol " A/C " is dis-

played.   

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FRONT SEATS 

 Seat consisting of a seat cushion, seat 

back and head restraint which can all 

be adjusted to adapt your position for 

maximum ease of driving and comfort.  

  1. Forwards-backwards adjustment 
   )   Lift the control and slide the seat for-

wards or backwards.   

  2. Driver's or passenger's seat 

height adjustment 
   )   Pull the handle upwards or push it 

downwards as many times as neces-

sary to obtain the required position.   

  3. Seat back angle adjustment 
   )   Push the handle towards the rear.   

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 No person or object must prevent 

the seat slide from returning to its 

initial position; return to this posi-

tion is necessary for the seat to 

lock in place. 
 Take care not to trap the seat belt 

to avoid hindering the passage of 

the rear passengers.  

  4. Access to rear seats (3 door) 
   )   Pull the handle to fold the seat back 

and move the seat forwards. On re-

positioning, the seat returns to its 

initial position.  

  5. Head restraint height adjustment 

   )   To raise the head restraint, pull it up-

wards. 

  )   To remove the head restraint, press 

the lug  A  and pull the head restraint 

upwards. 

  )   To put the head restraint back in po-

sition, locate the stems of the head 

restraint in the holes, taking care to 

keep them in line with the seat back. 

  )   To lower the head restraint, press 

the lug  A  and the head restraint at 

the same time.  

 The head restraint has a frame with 

a notch which prevents the head 

restraint from lowering; this is a 

safety device which provides pro-

tection in the event of an impact. 
  The adjustment is correct when 

the upper edge of the head re-

straint is level with the top of 

the head.  
 Never drive with the head re-

straints removed; they must be in 

place and correctly adjusted.  

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REAR SEATS

 Bench seat the left-hand part (2/3) or 

right-hand part (1/3) of which can be 

folded to adapt the load space in the 

boot. 

 Never drive with the head re-

straints removed; they must be in 

place and correctly adjusted. 
 As the head restraints are not in-

terchangeable, take care to put 

them back in their original position 

when refi tting.  

  Rear head restraints 

 These have a high position (comfort) 

and a low position (rear visibility). 

 The command for activation of 

heating of the seat(s) remains 

memorised for two minutes after 

the ignition has been switched off.   

  7. Heated seats switch 
 With the engine running, the front seats 

can be heated separately. 
   )   Use the adjustment dial, placed on 

the side of each front seat, to switch 

on and select the level of heating re-

quired:  

 

  0 :   Off. 

 

  1 :   Low. 

 

  2 :   Medium. 

 

  3 :   High. 

 They can also be removed; to remove them: 
   )   pull the head restraint upwards to 

the stop, 

  )   then, press the lug.  

  6. Armrests (except 3 door) 

 These can be folded down and are re-

movable. 
   )   To remove an armrest, press the but-

ton located between the armrest and 

the side of the seat and pull it off.   

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  Folding the seat (Saloon) 

 To avoid damaging a seat when folding 

it,  always start with the seat cushion, 

never the seat back : 
   )   move the corresponding front seat 

forward if necessary, 

  )   raise the front of the seat cushion  1 , 
  )   tilt the seat cushion  

1  against the 

front seat, 

  )   check that the seat belt is positioned 

correctly on the side of the seat 

back, 

  Repositioning the seat (Saloon) 

 When repositioning the rear seat: 
   )   straighten the seat back  3  and se-

cure it, 

  )   fold back the seat cushion  1 .  

  )   pull control  2  upwards to release the 

seat back  3 , 

  )   place the head restraints in the low po-

sition or remove them if necessary, 

  )   tilt the seat back  3 .  

 When repositioning the rear seat, 

take care not to trap the seat 

belts.  

 The seat cushion  1  can be removed 

to increase the loading volume.  
Squeeze the seat cushion fi xings 

to detach them from their attach-

ments.  

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          Folding the seat (SW) 

 This operation can be carried out at the 

rear seats or through the opening rear 

screen. 
 To avoid damaging a seat when folding it: 
   )   move the corresponding front seat 

forward if necessary, 

  )   place the head restraints in the low 

position,  

 Check that no object could hinder 

the movement of the bench seat, 

either above or below. 

  Repositioning the seat (SW)  

 The seat cushion lowers in order 

to be covered by the seat back; 

this quickly gives you a fl at  boot 

fl oor.  

   )   pull the control  1  forward to release 

the seat back  2  which folds easily 

onto the seat cushion  3 .  

   )  When repositioning the rear seat, 

straighten the seat back  2  and lock it. 

  )   Check that the red indicator, located 

at control  1 , is no longer visible.  

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MIRRORS 

  Door mirrors 

 Adjustable mirror providing the lateral 

rearward vision necessary for overtak-

ing or parking.  

  Folding 
   )   from outside: lock the vehicle using 

the remote control or the key. 

  )   from inside: with the ignition on, pull 

switch  A  rearwards.   

  Manual model 

  Adjustment 
   )   Move the lever in all four directions 

to adjust the mirror.   

 The folding and unfolding of the 

door mirrors can be deactivated 

by a PEUGEOT dealer or a quali-

fi ed workshop. 

  Folding 
   )   When parked, fold the mirror manu-

ally to protect it.   

  Unfolding 
   )   Before starting, unfold the mirror.    

  Electric model 

  Adjustment 
   )   Slide switch  A  to the right or to the left 

to select the corresponding mirror. 

  )   Move knob  B  in all four directions to 

adjust. 

  )   Return switch  A  to the centre position.   

  Unfolding 
   )   from outside: unlock the vehicle us-

ing the remote control or the key. 

  )   from inside: with the ignition on, pull 

switch  A  rearwards.  

 The objects observed are, in reality, 

closer than they appear. 
 Take this into account to correctly 

judge the distance of vehicles ap-

proaching from behind.   

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      Rear view mirror 

 Adjustable mirror providing a central 

rearward view. 
 Equipped with an anti-dazzle system, 

which darkens the mirror glass: this re-

duces the nuisance to the driver caused 

by the headlamps from following vehi-

cles, low sun... 

  Adjustment 
   )   Adjust the mirror so that the glass is di-

rected correctly in the "day" position.   

        Automatic day/night model  

 By means of a sensor, which measures 

the light from the rear of the vehicle, this 

system automatically and progressively 

changes between the day and night 

uses. 

   Manual day/night model  

  Day/night position 
   )   Pull the lever to change to the "night" 

anti-dazzle position. 

  )   Push the lever to change to the nor-

mal "day" position.    

  In order to ensure optimum vis-

ibility during your manoeuvres, the 

mirror lightens automatically when 

reverse gear is engaged.   

  As a safety measure, the mirrors 

should be adjusted to reduce the 

"blind spot".   

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STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT 

    )    When stationary , pull the con-

trol lever to release the adjustment 

mechanism. 

  )   Adjust the height and reach to suit 

your driving position. 

  )   Push the control lever to lock the ad-

justment mechanism.  

 As a safety precaution, these op-

erations should only be carried out 

while the vehicle is stationary.  

 Component which protects against sunlight 

from the front or the side, also equipped 

with an illuminated courtesy mirror. 

   )   With the ignition on, raise the con-

cealing fl ap; the mirror is lit automati-

cally.  

 This sun visor is also equipped with a 

ticket holder. 

TOLL CARD/CAR PARK TICKET
WINDOWS 

 Facility for affi xing toll cards and/or car 

park tickets. 

 These windows are located on each 

side of the base of the rear view mirror. 
 They are two non-refl ective areas of the 

athermic windscreen. 

 The athermic windscreen limits 

heating of the passenger compart-

ment by reducing the effects of the 

sun's rays (ultra-violet). It consists 

of a refl ective layer, which also 

blocks certain radio-electric signals 

(toll card payments, ...). 

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MATS 

 Removable carpet protection. 

  Refitting 

 To refi t the mat on the driver's side: 
   )   position the mat correctly, 
  )  refi t the fi xings by pressing, 
  )   check that the mat is secured cor-

rectly.  

  Fitting 

 When  fi tting the mat for the fi rst  time, 

on the driver's side use only the fi xings 

provided in the wallet attached. 
 The other mats are simply placed on 

the carpet.  

  Removal 

 To remove the mat on the driver's side: 
   )   move the seat as far back as possible, 
  )  unclip the fi xings, 
  )   remove the mat.   

PEUGEOT CONNECT USB

  The  "AUX"  connection box, located in 

the centre console, comprises an auxil-

iary JACK socket and/or a USB port. 
 It permits the connection of a portable 

device, such as a digital audio player of 

the iPod 

®

  or USB memory stick type. 

 It reads certain audio fi le formats allow-

ing them to be heard via the vehicle's 

speakers. 
 You can manage these fi les using the 

steering mounted controls or the audio 

system control panel and display them 

in the multifunction screen.  

  Connected to the USB port, the porta-

ble device charges automatically while 

in use.  

  For more information on the use of 

this equipment, refer to the "Audio 

and Telematics" section.  

  To avoid any risk of jamming of the 

pedals: 
   -  

only use mats which are suited 

to the fi xings already present 

in the vehicle; these fi xings 

must be used, 

  -  never 

fi t one mat on top of 

another.  

 The use of mats not approved 

by PEUGEOT may interfere with 

access to the pedals and hinder 

the operation of the cruise control/

speed limiter.   

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INTERIOR FITTINGS

   1.    Illuminated glove box   
 

(see details on following page) 

  2.    Storage compartment with 

non-slip mat  

  3.    Card  /ticket   holder  

  4.    Door tray  

  5.    Storage compartment with non-

slip mat  

  6.    USB port   
 

(see details on previous page) 

  7.    12 V accessories socket   
 

(see details on following page) 

  8.    Storage compartments  

  9.    Cup holder   

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             Illuminated glove box *  

 This has an upper open storage com-

partment, a recess and locations for 

storing a bottle of water, the vehicle's 

handbook, ... 
 Its lid has locations for storing a pen, 

a pair of spectacles, tokens, cards, a 

can, ... 
   )  To open the glove box, raise the 

handle.  

 It is illuminated when the lid is opened. 
 It houses the front passenger's airbag 

deactivation switch  A . 

   )   To connect a 12 V accessory (max 

power: 120 Watts), lift the cover and 

connect a suitable adaptor.  

       12 V accessory socket  

 If the vehicle is fi tted with digital air con-

ditioning, it provides access to the ven-

tilation nozzle  B , which can be opened 

or closed, distributing the same condi-

tioned air as the vents in the passenger 

compartment.  

  *   According to version.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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