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Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 5

 

 

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BOOT FITTINGS (SALOON)

   1.    Rear parcel shelf   
 

(see details on following page) 

  2.    Hooks   
 

(see details on following page)  

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       Hooks 

       Rear parcel shelf (Saloon) 

 To remove the shelf: 
   )   unhook the two cords, 
  )   raise the shelf slightly, then remove it.  

 The hooks can be used to secure shop-

ping bags. 

  When changing a wheel 
 The hooks facilitate access to the 

spare wheel by holding up the 

boot carpet by its cord.   

 You have two storage options: 
   -  

either upright behind the front seats, 

  -  

or upright behind the rear seats.   

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BOOT FITTINGS (SW) 

   1.    Rear parcel shelf   
 

(see details on following page) 

  2.    12 V accessories socket   
 

(see details on following page) 

  3.    Hooks   
 

(see details on previous page) 

  4.    Retaining straps  

  5.    Stowing rings  

  6.    High load retaining net   
 

(see details on following page) 

  7.    Storage box  

  8.    Storage net  

  9.    Storage box   
 

(refer to the section "Practical infor-

mation - § Changing a wheel")  

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       Rear parcel shelf (SW) 

 This consists of three sections which 

can be folded back on each other. 
 To store it, fold it on itself and place it 

vertically at the back of the boot. 

 To fold it from the boot: 
   )   take hold of the rear parcel shelf by 

its strap  A , 

  )  fold it concertina-style to the rear 

seats.  

 To unfold it from the boot: 
   )   take hold of the rear parel shelf by 

its strap  A , 

  )   unfold it to the boot pillars.  
 To gain access from the rear seats: 
   )   raise the front section of the rear 

parcel shelf using the handle  B .  

       12 V accessory socket (SW) 

   )   In order to connect a 12 V accesso-

ry (max power: 120 Watts), remove 

the cap and connect the appropriate 

adaptor. 

  )   Turn the key to the ignition on position.   

  Maximum loads 
 7.5 kg, rear parcel shelf unfolded 

with high load retaining net at row 2.   

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  High load retaining net (SW) 

 Hooked onto the upper fi xings and onto 

the ISOFIX rings or the lugs, this per-

mits use of the entire loading volume up 

to the roof: 
   -  

behind the rear seats (row 2), 

  -   behind the front seats (row 1) when 

the rear seats are folded.  

 To use it in row 1: 
   )   open the covers of the upper fi xings  1 , 
  )   unroll the high load retaining net, 
  )   position one of the ends of the net's 

metal bar in the corresponding 

upper  fi xing   1 , then do the same 

with the other end, 

  )   slacken the straps fully, 
  )   fi x the snap hook of each of the straps 

on the corresponding lug  3 , located 

under the bench seat cushion, 

  )   fold the rear seats, 
  )   tighten the straps without raising the 

bench seat, 

  )   check that the net is hooked and 

tightened correctly.  

 To use it in row 2: 
   )   fold or remove the load space cover, 
  )   open the covers of the upper fi xings  2 , 
  )   unroll the high load retaining net, 
  )   position one of the ends of the net's 

metal bar in the corresponding upper 

fi xing   2 , then do the same with the 

other end, 

  )   attach the hook of each of the net's 

straps in the corresponding ISOFIX 

ring  4 , 

  )   tighten the straps, 
)

check that the  net is  hooked  and 

tightened correctly.   

 When positioning the net, check 

that the strap loops are visible from 

the boot; this will make slackening 

or tightening easier. 

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REMOTE CONTROL KEY 

 System which permits central unlocking 

or locking of the vehicle using the lock 

or remotely. It also locates and starts 

the vehicle, as well as providing protec-

tion against theft. 

  Unfolding the key 
   )   First press button  

A  to unfold the 

key.   

  Unlocking the vehicle 

 Unlocking is confi rmed by rapid fl ashing 

of the direction indicators for approxi-

mately two seconds. 
 According to version, the door mirrors 

unfold at the same time.   

  Locking the vehicle 

   )   Press the open padlock to 

unlock the vehicle.   

  Unlocking using the key 
   )   Turn the key to the left in the driver's 

door lock to unlock the vehicle.  

  Normal locking using the key 
   )   Turn the key to the right in the driv-

er's door lock to lock the vehicle.  

 Locking is confi rmed by fi xed lighting of 

the direction indicators for approximate-

ly two seconds. 
 According to version, the door mirrors 

fold at the same time. 

  Unlocking using the remote control 

   )  Press the closed padlock 

to lock the vehicle. 

  )  Press the closed padlock 

for more than two seconds 

to close the windows auto-

matically in addition to lock-

ing (with sequential electric 

windows).   

 If one of the doors or the boot is 

still open, the central locking does 

not take place.  

  Normal locking using the remote 

control 

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  Folding the key 
   )   First press button  A  to fold the key.  

  Electronic engine immobiliser 
 The key contains an electronic chip 

which has a special code. When the 

ignition is switched on, this code must 

be recognised in order for starting to be 

possible. 
 This electronic engine immobiliser locks 

the engine management system a few 

minutes after the ignition is switched off 

and prevents starting of the engine by 

anyone who does not have the key. 

             Anti-theft protection 

 In the event of a fault, you are 

informed by illumination of this 

warning lamp, an audible signal 

and a message in the screen. 

 In this case, your vehicle does not start; 

contact a PEUGEOT dealer as soon as 

possible.   

 The vehicle will relock automati-

cally after thirty seconds unless a 

door is opened. This system pre-

vents unintentional unlocking. 

 The folding and unfolding of the 

door mirrors can be deactivated 

by a PEUGEOT dealer or a quali-

fi ed workshop.   

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          Starting the vehicle 

   )   Insert the key in the ignition switch.  
 

The system recognises the starting 

code. 

  )   Turn the key fully towards the dash-

board to position  3 (Starting) . 

  )   When the engine starts, release the 

key.   

  Switching the vehicle off 

   )   Immobilise the vehicle. 
  )   Turn the key fully towards you to po-

sition  1 (Stop) . 

  )   Remove the key from the ignition 

switch.   

                Remote control problem 

 Following disconnection of the vehicle 

battery, replacement of the remote con-

trol battery or in the event of a remote 

control malfunction, you can no longer 

unlock, lock or locate your vehicle. 
   )   First of all, use the key in the lock to 

unlock or lock your vehicle. 

  )   Then, reinitialise the remote control.  
 If the problem persists, contact a 

PEUGEOT dealer as soon as possible. 

  Changing the battery 

 Battery ref.: CR1620/3 volts. 

  Reinitialisation 
   )   Switch off the ignition. 
  )   Turn the key to position  2 (Ignition 

on) . 

  )   Press the closed padlock immedi-

ately for a few seconds. 

  )   Switch off the ignition and remove 

the key from the ignition switch.  

 The remote control is fully operational 

again.  

   )   Unclip the casing using a coin at the 

notch. 

  )  Slide the fl at battery out of its location. 
  )   Slide the new battery into its loca-

tion observing the original direction. 

  )   Clip the casing. 
  )   Reinitialise the remote control.    

 If the battery is fl at, you are in-

formed by illumination of this 

warning lamp, an audible signal 

and a message in the multifunc-

tion screen. 

       Locating your vehicle 

 To locate your vehicle, if you have 

locked it, in a car park: 
   )   press the closed padlock, the cour-

tesy lights come on and the direction 

indicators fl ash for a few seconds.   

        Key in ignition  
 If the key has been left in the igni-

tion, an audible signal is heard on 

opening the driver's door.  

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               Lost keys 

 Visit a PEUGEOT dealer with the vehicle's V5 registration document and your 

personal identifi cation documents. 
 The PEUGEOT dealer will be able to retrieve the key code and the trans-

ponder code required to order a replacement key.  

         Do not throw the remote control bat-

teries away, they contain metals which 

are harmful to the environment. 
 Take them to an approved collection 

point. 

  Remote control 

 The high frequency remote control is a sensitive system; do not operate it 

while it is in your pocket as there is a possibility that it may unlock the vehicle, 

without you being aware of it. 
 Do not repeatedly press the buttons of your remote control out of range and 

out of sight of your vehicle. You run the risk of stopping it from working and the 

remote control would have to be reinitialised. 
 The remote control does not operate when the key is in the ignition, even 

when the ignition is switched off, except for reinitialisation.  

  Locking the vehicle 

 Driving with the doors locked may make access to the passenger compart-

ment by the emergency services more diffi cult in an emergency. 
 As a safety precaution (with children on board), remove the key from the 

ignition when you leave the vehicle, even for a short time.  

  Anti-theft protection 

 Do not make any modifi cations to the electronic engine immobiliser system; 

this could cause malfunctions.  

  When purchasing a second-hand vehicle 

 Have the key codes memorised by a PEUGEOT dealer, to ensure that the 

keys in your possession are the only ones which can start the vehicle.  

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WINDOW CONTROLS 

  Electric windows 

 In the event of unwanted opening 

of the window on closing (for ex-

ample in the presence of frost): 
   )   press the switch until it opens 

completely, 

  )   then pull it immediately until it 

closes. 

  )   continue to hold the switch for 

approximately one second af-

ter the window has closed.  

  The safety anti-pinch function is 

not active during these operations.   

  One-touch electric windows 

 There are two methods of operation: 

   -  

 manual mode  

   )  

Press or pull the switch gently. 

The window stops as soon as the 

switch is released.  

  -  

 automatic mode  

   )  Press or pull the switch fully. The 

window opens or closes complete-

ly when the switch is released. 

  )  Pressing the switch again stops 

the movement of the window.   

   )  Press or pull the switch. 

The window stops as soon 

as the switch is released.  

 The electric window switches 

remain operational for approxi-

mately 45 seconds after the ignition 

is switched off or until a front door 

is opened.  

 System which opens or closes a window 

manually or automatically. It is fi tted with 

a system which provides protection if an 

obstacle is detected on the one-touch 

models and a deactivation system to 

prevent misuse of the rear switches on 

all models. 

   1.    Driver's electric window switch.  
  2.    Passenger's electric window 

switch.  

  3.    Rear right electric window 

switch.  

  4.    Rear left electric window switch.  
  5.    Deactivating the rear electric 

window switches.   

 The electric window switches re-

main operational for approximate-

ly 45 seconds after the ignition is 

switched off or until a front door is 

opened. 

  Safety anti-pinch 
 In automatic mode, when the window 

rises and meets an obstacle, it stops 

and partially lowers again. 

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  Deactivating the rear window 

switches 

  Reinitialisation 

 Following reconnection of the battery or 

in the event of a malfunction you must 

reinitialise the operation of the electric 

windows: 
   )   release the switch and pull it again 

until the window closes completely, 

  )  hold the switch for approximately 

one second after closing, 

 Always remove the key from the 

ignition when leaving the vehicle, 

even for a short time. 
 In the event of contact during op-

eration of the windows, you must 

reverse the movement of the win-

dow. To do this, press the switch 

concerned. 
 When the driver operates the pas-

senger electric window switches, 

they must ensure that no one is 

preventing correct closing of the 

windows. 
 The driver must ensure that the 

passengers use the electric win-

dows correctly. 
 Be aware of children when operat-

ing the windows.  

REAR QUARTER WINDOWS 

 On the 3-door versions, system for ven-

tilation of the rear seats by the partial 

opening of the window. 

  Opening 

   )   For the safety of your children, press 

switch  5  to prevent operation of the 

rear windows irrespective of their 

position.  

 When the button is pressed down, the 

rear window switches are deactived. 
 When the button is raised, the rear window 

switches are active.   

  Closing 

   )   Pull the lever to release the window. 
  )   Tilt the lever fully inwards to secure 

the window in the closed position.   

   )   Tilt the lever outwards. 
  )   Push it fully to secure the window in 

the open position.   

  )   press the switch to lower the win-

dow automatically, 

  )   when the window has reached the 

low position, press the switch again 

for approximately one second.  

  The safety anti-pinch function is not 

active during these operations.  

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DOORS

   )   After unlocking the vehicle using the 

remote control or the key, pull the 

door handle.   

  From inside 

   )   Pull the front door control to open 

the door; this unlocks the vehicle 

completely. 

  )   Pull the rear door control to open 

the door; this unlocks the door con-

cerned only.    

  Closing 

 If a door is not closed correctly: 

   -  

when the engine is running, 

this warning lamp comes 

on, accompanied by a mes-

sage in the multifunction 

screen for a few seconds, 

  -   when the vehicle is moving (speed 

above 6 mph (10 km/h)), this warn-

ing lamp comes on, accompanied 

by an audible signal and a message 

in the multifunction screen for a few 

seconds.   

  Opening 

  From outside 

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 If one of the doors or the boot is 

open, the automatic central lock-

ing does not take place.  

           Centralised locking control 

 System which provides full manual 

locking or unlocking of the doors from 

the inside. 

  Locking 
   )   Press this button to lock the vehicle.  
 The red indicator lamp in the button 

comes on. 

          Automatic central locking 

 This system automatically locks the 

doors and boot while driving. 
 You can activate or deactivate this function. 

  Ignition on: 

 Activation 
   )  Press this button for more than 

two seconds.  

 A confi rmation message appears in the 

multifunction screen.  

  Unlocking 
   )   Above 6 mph (10 km/h), press this 

button to unlock the doors, the boot 

and the rear screen temporarily.   

 If one of the doors is open, the 

central locking from the inside 

does not take place.  

  Unlocking 
   )   Press this button again to unlock the 

vehicle.  

 The red indicator lamp in the button 

goes off.  

  Locking 
 When the speed exceeds 6 mph 

(10 km/h), the doors and boot lock au-

tomatically. 

  Deactivation 
   )  Press this button again for more 

than two seconds.  

 A confi rmation message appears in the 

multifunction screen.   

  When locking from the outside 
 When the vehicle is locked from 

the outside, the red indicator lamp 

fl ashes and the button is inactive. 
   )   Pull the interior door lever to 

unlock the vehicle.    

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  Emergency control 

 System which locks or unlocks the 

doors mechanically in the event of a 

malfunction of the central locking. 

   )   Insert the key in the lock, located on 

the edge of the door, then turn it one 

eighth of a turn.   

  Locking the driver's door 
   )   Insert the key in the lock, then turn it 

to the right.   

  Unlocking the driver's door 
   )   Insert the key in the lock, then turn it 

to the left.   

  Locking the front and rear 

passenger doors 

  Unlocking the front and rear 

passenger doors 
   )   Pull the interior door opening control.   

   -  

 when the engine is run-

ning , this warning lamp 

comes on, accompanied 

by a message on the mul-

tifunction screen for a few 

seconds, 

  -  

 when the vehicle is moving  (speed 

above 6 mph (10 km/h)), this warn-

ing lamp comes on, accompanied 

by an audible signal and a message 

on the multifunction screen for a 

few seconds.   

          Tailgate release 

 System for mechanical unlocking of the 

boot in the event of a central locking 

malfunction. 

  Unlocking 
   )  Fold back the rear seats to gain 

access to the lock from inside the 

boot. 

  )   Insert a small screwdriver into hole  A  

of the lock to unlock the tailgate.    

  Opening 

   )   After unlocking the vehicle using the 

remote control or the key, pull the 

handle and raise the tailgate.   

BOOT (SALOON) 

  Closing 

 If the tailgate is not closed correctly: 

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  Opening 

   )   After unlocking the vehicle using the 

remote control or the key, pull on the 

handle  A  and raise the tailgate.   

   -  

 when the engine is running , 

this warning lamp comes on, 

accompanied by a message in 

the multifunction screen for a 

few seconds, 

  -  

 when the vehicle is moving  (speed 

above 6 mph (10 km/h)), this warning 

lamp comes on, accompanied by an au-

dible signal and a message in the multi-

function screen for a few seconds.   

  Closing 

   )   Lower the tailgate using the interior 

grab handle.  

 If the tailgate is not closed correctly: 

BOOT (SW)

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         PANORAMIC SUNROOF
(SALOON) 

 System which consists of a panoramic 

tinted glass area to increase the light 

and visibility in the passenger compart-

ment. It is fi tted with a manual blind 

in two parts to maintain a comfortable 

temperature. 

   )  Take the blind by its handle and 

push it rearwards to the required 

position.   

  Opening 

  Closing 

   )   Take the blind by its handle and pull 

it forwards to the required position.   

 If an obstacle is encountered dur-

ing operation of the blind, the 

movement of the blind must be re-

versed. To do this, press the control 

concerned. 
 When the driver operates the blind 

control, they must ensure that no 

one is preventing correct closing 

of the blind. 
 The driver must ensure that pas-

sengers use the blind correctly. 
 Be aware of children when operat-

ing the blind.  

PANORAMIC SUNROOF (SW)

 System which consists of a panoramic 

tinted glass area to increase the light 

and visibility in the passenger compart-

ment. It is fi tted with an electric blind 

in two parts to maintain a comfortable 

temperature. 

  Opening 

   )   Pull control  A .  
 The blind stops when the control is re-

leased.  

  Closing 

   )   Press control  A .  
 The blind stops when the control is re-

leased. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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