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Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 10

 

 

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  Changing the sidelamp bulbs 
   )   Disconnect the main headlamp con-

nector. 

  )   Remove the plastic protective cover 

by pulling on the tab. 

  )   Turn the bulb holder one quarter of 

a turn and remove it. 

  )   Pull the bulb and change it.  
 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order.  

  Changing the dipped or main beam 

headlamp bulbs 
   )   Disconnect the main headlamp con-

nector. 

  )   Remove the corresponding plastic 

protective cover by pulling on the 

tab. 

  )   Disconnect the connector of the cor-

responding lamp. 

  )   Move aside the spring to release the 

bulb and remove the bulb.  

 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order.  

  Changing the foglamp bulbs 
 For replacement of these bulbs, contact a 

PEUGEOT dealer or a qualifi ed workshop.  

  Changing the integrated direction 

indicator side repeaters 

   )  Insert a screwdriver towards the 

centre of the repeater between the 

repeater and the base of the mirror. 

  )   Tilt the screwdriver to extract the re-

peater and remove the repeater. 

  )   Disconnect the repeater connector.  
 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order. 
 To obtain a replacement repeater, contact 

a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualifi ed  work-

shop.   

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                               Rear lamps (Saloon) 

   1.    Brake lamps (P 21 W).  
  2.    Sidelamps (LEDs).  
  3.    Foglamps (P 21 W).  
  4.    Direction indicators (PY 21 W amber).  
  5.    Reversing lamps (R 10 W).   

  Changing bulbs 
 These bulbs (with the exception of the LED 

lamps) are changed from outside the boot: 

   )   remove the lamp fi xing bolt, 
  )   remove the lamp from the outside, 
  )   disconnect the lamp connector, 
  )   remove the lamp seal, 

  )   press the four tabs and remove the 

bulb holder, 

  )   turn the bulb one quarter of a turn 

and change it.    

 Amber coloured bulbs, such as the 

direction indicators, must be replaced 

with bulbs of identical specifi cation 

and colour. 
 For the replacement of LED lamps, 

contact a PEUGEOT dealer or a 

qualifi ed workshop.   

 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order.  

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  Changing the third brake lamp bulbs 

(4 bulbs W 5 W) 

   )   Press on the fi xing pins on each side 

of the lamp. 

  )   Remove the lamp from the outside. 
  )   Turn the bulb holder which corresponds 

to the faulty bulb one quarter of a turn 

and remove it. 

  )   Pull the bulb and change it.    

  Changing the number plate lamp 

bulbs (W 5 W) 

   )   Insert a thin screwdriver in one of 

the exterior holes of the lens. 

  )   Push it towards the outside to unclip 

it. 

  )   Remove the lens. 
  )   Pull the bulb and change it.    

 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order.  

  High pressure washing  
 When using this type of washing 

on stubborn dirt, do not persist 

on the headlamps, the lamps and 

their surrounds, to avoid damag-

ing their protective coating and 

seals. 

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                               Rear lamps (SW) 

   1.    Brake   lamps   (P 21 W).  
  2.    Sidelamps   (R 5 W).  
  3.    Direction indicators

(PY 21 W amber).  

  4.    Foglamps   (P 21 W).  
  5.    Reversing   lamps   (R 10 W).   

  Changing bulbs 
 These fi ve bulbs are changed from out-

side the boot: 

   )   remove the access fl ap, 
  )   disconnect the lamp connector, 
  )   remove the lamp fi xing bolt, 
  )   take out the lamp from the outside, 

  )   press on the four tabs and remove 

the bulb holder, 

  )   turn the bulb a quarter of a turn and 

change it.  

 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order. 
 Take care to engage the lamp in its 

guides keeping it in the centreline of the 

vehicle. 
 Tighten the fi xing  bolt  suffi ciently  by 

hand to guarantee the sealing of the 

lamp.  

 Amber coloured bulbs, such as 

the direction indicators, must be 

replaced with bulbs of identical 

specifi cation and colour.   

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  Changing the third brake lamp bulbs 

(4 bulbs W 5 W) 

   )   Remove the two lamp fi xing nuts. 
  )   Remove the lamp from the outside. 
  )   Press on the two tabs and remove 

the bulb holder 

  )   Pull the bulb and change it.  
 To refi t, carry out these operations in re-

verse order. 
 Tighten the fi xing bolt suffi ciently  by 

hand to guarantee the sealing of the 

lamp.  

  Changing the number plate bulbs 

(W 5 W) 

   )   Insert a thin screwdriver into one of 

the exterior holes of the lens. 

  )   Push it towards the outside to unclip 

it 

  )   Remove the lens. 
  )   Pull the bulb and change it.   

  High pressure washing  
 When using this type of washing 

on stubborn dirt, do not persist 

on the headlamps, the lamps and 

their surrounds, to avoid damag-

ing their protective coating and 

seals.  

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 PEUGEOT does not accept any 

responsibility for the costs incurred 

in repairing your vehicle or for the 

malfunctions resulting from the in-

stallation of additional accessories 

which are not supplied or recom-

mended by PEUGEOT and which 

are not installed in accordance 

with its instructions, particularly 

when the combined consumption 

of all additional equipment con-

nected exceeds 10 milliamperes.  

  Installation of electrical acces-

sories  
 Your vehicle's electrical circuit is 

designed to operate with the stan-

dard or optional equipment. 
 Before installing other electrical 

equipment or accessories in your 

vehicle, contact a PEUGEOT 

dealer or a qualifi ed workshop. 

CHANGING A FUSE 

 Procedure for the replacement of a 

faulty fuse with a new fuse in order to 

rectify a failure of the corresponding 

function. 

  Access to the tools 

 The extraction tweezer is fi tted to the 

back of the dashboard fusebox cover. 
 To gain access to them: 
   )   unclip the cover pulling at the top, 
  )   remove the cover completely, 
  )   remove the tweezer.   

  Replacing a fuse 

 Before replacing a fuse, the cause of 

the failure must be identifi ed and recti-

fi ed. 
   )   Identify the faulty fuse by examining 

the condition of its fi lament.  

   )   Use the special tweezer to extract 

the fuse from its housing. 

  )   Always replace the failed fuse with a 

fuse of the same rating. 

  )   Check that the number marked on 

the box and the rating marked on 

the top correspond to the tables 

which follow.  

  Good  

  Failed  

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  Dashboard fuses 

 The fusebox is placed in the lower dash-

board (left-hand side). 

  Access to the fuses 
   )  refer to the "Access to the tools" 

paragraph.   

  Fuse tables 

   Fuse N°   

   Rating   

   Functions   

   G39   

   20 A   

 Not used. 

   G40   

   20 A   

 Driver and passenger heated seats. 

   Fuse N°   

   Rating   

   Functions   

   F1   

   15 A   

 Rear wiper. 

   F2   

   -   

 Not used. 

   F3   

   5 A   

 Airbags and pre-tensioners control unit. 

   F4   

   10 A   

 Clutch pedal switch, diagnostic socket, 

electrochromatic rear view mirror, air conditioning, 

steering wheel angle sensor, particle emission fi lter 

pump (Diesel). 

   F5   

   30 A   

 Electric windows, rear one-touch electric windows, 

panoramic sunroof (SW). 

   F6   

   30 A   

 Front one-touch electric windows, folding mirrors 

supply. 

   F7   

   5 A   

 Front and rear courtesy lamps, map reading lamps, 

sun visor lighting, glove box lighting. 

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   Fuse N°   

   Rating   

   Functions   

   F8   

   20 A   

 Audio equipment, audio/telephone, multifunction 

screen, clock, steering wheel controls, trailer 

fusebox. 

   F9   

   30 A   

 Front 12 V socket, rear 12 V socket (SW). 

   F10   

   15 A   

 Not used. 

   F11   

   15 A   

 Diagnostic socket, low current ignition switch, 

automatic gearbox control unit. 

   F12   

   15 A   

 Rain/sunshine sensor, amplifi er, trailer fusebox, 

driving school module. 

   F13   

   5 A   

 Engine fusebox, ABS relay, dual-function brake 

switch. 

   F14   

   15 A   

 Instrument panel, seat belt warning lamps panel, 

headlamp adjustment, air conditioning, Bluetooth 

system, rear parking sensors control unit, airbags. 

   F15   

   30 A   

 Locking. 

   F17   

   40 A   

 Heated rear screen and door mirrors. 

   SH   

   -   

 PARC shunt. 

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  Engine compartment fuses 

 The fusebox is placed in the engine 

compartment, near the battery (left-

hand side). 

  Access to the fuses 
   )   Unclip the cover. 
  )   Replace the fuse (refer to the cor-

responding paragraph). 

  )   When you have fi nished,  carefully 

close the cover carefully to ensure 

correct sealing of the fusebox.   

  Fuse table 

   Fuse N°   

   Rating   

   Functions   

   F1   

   20 A   

 Engine control unit and fan assembly control relay 

supply, timing and canister electrovalves (1.6 litre 

16V THP), air fl ow sensor (Diesel), injection pump 

(Diesel), water in diesel sensor (Diesel), EGR 

electrovalves, air heating (Diesel). 

   F2   

   15 A   

 Horn. 

   F3   

   10 A   

 Front and rear screenwash. 

   F4   

   20 A   

 Headlamp wash. 

   F5   

   15 A   

 Fuel pump (petrol), Turbo electrovalves (1.6 l 16V 

THP). 

   F6   

   10 A   

 Vehicle speed sensor, automatic gearbox. 

   F7   

   10 A   

 Electric power steering, switching and protection 

unit (Diesel). 

   F8   

   25 A   

 Starter motor control. 

   F9   

   10 A   

 ABS/ESP control unit, brake pedal switch. 

   F10   

   30 A   

 Engine control unit actuators (petrol: ignition coils, 

electrovalves, oxygen sensors, injectors, heaters, 

electronic thermostat) (Diesel: electrovalves, 

heaters). 

   F11   

   40 A   

 Air conditioning blower. 

   F12   

   30 A   

 Windscreen wipers Low/High speed. 

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   Fuse N°   

   Rating   

   Functions   

   F13   

   40 A   

 Built-in systems interface supply (ignition positive). 

   F14   

   30 A   

 Diesel heater (Diesel). 

   F15   

   10 A   

 Left main beam headlamp. 

   F16   

   10 A   

 Right main beam headlamp. 

   F17   

   15 A   

 Left dipped beam headlamp. 

   F18   

   15 A   

 Right dipped beam headlamp. 

  *    The maxi-fuses provide additional 

protection for the electrical systems. 

All work on the maxi-fuses must be 

carried out by a PEUGEOT dealer or 

a qualifi ed workshop.  

  Maxi-fuse table 

  

   Fuse N°   

   Rating   

   Functions   

  Box 1

  

   MF1 *    

   70 A   

 Fan assembly. 

   MF2 *    

   20 A/30 A   

 ABS/ESP pump. 

   MF3 *    

   20 A/30 A   

 ABS/ESP electrovalves. 

   MF4 *    

   60 A   

 Built-in systems interface supply. 

   MF5 *    

   60 A   

 Built-in systems interface supply. 

   MF6 *    

   30 A   

 Additional fan assembly (1.6 litre 16V THP). 

   MF7 *    

   80 A   

 Dashboard fusebox. 

   MF8 *    

   30 A   

 Not used. 

  Box 2

  

   MF9 *    

   80 A   

 Heating unit (Diesel). 

   MF10 *    

   80 A   

 Electric power steering. 

   MF11 *    

   40 A   

 Valvetronic electric motor (1.6 litre 16V THP). 

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BATTERY

 Procedure for charging your battery 

when it is fl at or for starting the engine 

using another battery. 

  Access to the battery 

  Starting using another battery 

   )   Connect the red cable to the posi-

tive terminal (+) of the fl at battery  A , 

then to the positive terminal (+) of 

the slave battery  B . 

  )   Connect one end of the green or 

black cable to the negative terminal 

(-) of the slave battery  B . 

  )   Connect the other end of the green 

or black cable to the vehicle's offset 

earth point. 

  )   Start the support vehicle. 
  )  Operate the starter of the broken 

down vehicle and let the engine 

run. 

  )   Wait until the engine returns to idle 

and disconnect the cables.   

 The battery is located under the bonnet. 
 To gain access to it: 
   )   open the bonnet using the interior re-

lease lever, then the exterior safety 

catch, 

  )   secure the bonnet stay, 
  )   lift the plastic cover on the (+) terminal.   

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 Do not charge the batteries with-

out disconnecting the terminals 

fi rst. 
 Do not disconnect the terminals 

while the engine is running. 

 The batteries contain harmful sub-

stances such as sulphuric acid 

and lead. They must be disposed 

of in accordance with regulations 

and must not, in any circumstanc-

es, be discarded with household 

waste. 
 Take used remote control batteries 

and vehicle batteries to a special col-

lection point. 

  Charging the battery using a 

battery charger 

   )   Disconnect the battery from the vehicle. 
  )   Follow the instructions for use pro-

vided by the manufacturer of the 

charger. 

  )   Reconnect starting with the negative 

terminal (-). 

  )   Check that the terminals and connec-

tors are clean. If they are covered with 

sulphate (whitish or greenish deposit), 

remove them and clean them.  

 It is advisable to disconnect the 

battery if the vehicle is to be left 

unused for more than one month. 

  Before disconnecting the 

battery 
 Wait 2 minutes after switching off 

the ignition before disconnecting 

the battery. 
 Close the windows and the doors 

before disconnecting the battery.  

  Following reconnection of the 

battery 
 Following reconnection of the bat-

tery, switch on the ignition and wait 

1 minute before starting to permit 

initialisation of the electronic sys-

tems. However, if slight diffi cul-

ties are encountered following this 

operation, contact a PEUGEOT 

dealer or a qualifi ed workshop. 
 Referring to the corresponding 

section, you must yourself reini-

tialise: 
   -  

the remote control key, 

  -  

the one-touch electric windows, 

  -   the GPS satellite navigation 

system.    

    Disconnecting the cables 

  Reconnecting the cables 

   )   Position the open clip  1  of the cable 

on the positive terminal (+) of the 

battery. 

  )   Press vertically on the clip  1  to position 

it correctly against the battery. 

  )   Lock the clip by spreading the position-

ing lug and then lowering the tab  2 .  

   )   Raise the locking tab fully.   

 Do not force the tab as locking will 

not be possible if the clip is not po-

sitioned correctly; start the proce-

dure again.  

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LOAD REDUCTION MODE 

 System which manages the use of cer-

tain functions according to the level of 

charge remaining in the battery. 
 When the vehicle is being driven, the load 

reduction function temporarily deactivates 

certain functions, such as the air condition-

ing, the heated rear screen... 
 The deactivated functions are reactivat-

ed automatically as soon as conditions 

permit. 

 A fl at battery prevents the engine 

from starting (refer to the corre-

sponding paragraph).  

 If the telephone is being used at this 

time, it will be maintained for 5 minutes 

with your Peugeot Connect Sound's 

Bluetooth system.  

ENERGY ECONOMY MODE 

 System which manages the duration of 

use of certain functions to conserve a 

suffi cient level of charge in the battery. 
 After the engine has stopped, you can 

still use functions such as the audio 

equipment, windscreen wipers, dipped 

beam headlamps, courtesy lamps, etc. 

for a maximum combined duration of 

thirty minutes. 

  Exiting economy mode 

 These functions are reactivated auto-

matically next time the vehicle is driven. 
   )   In order to resume the use of these 

functions immediately, start the en-

gine and let it run for a few minutes.  

 The time available to you will then be 

double the duration for which the engine 

is left running. However, this period will al-

ways be between fi ve and thirty minutes. 

  Switching to economy mode 

 Once the thirty minutes are over, a 

message appears on the multifunction 

screen indicating that the vehicle has 

switched to economy mode and the ac-

tive functions are put on standby. 

CHANGING A WIPER BLADE 

 Procedure for replacing a worn wiper 

blade with a new one without the use 

of tools. 

  Removing a front or rear wiper 

blade 

   )   Raise the corresponding wiper arm. 
  )   Unclip the wiper blade and remove it.   

  Fitting a front or rear wiper 

blade 

   )   At the front, check the size of the 

wiper blade as the shorter blade is 

fi tted on the right-hand side of the 

vehicle. 

  )  Put the corresponding new wiper 

blade in place and clip it. 

  )   Fold down the wiper arm carefully.   

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TOWING THE VEHICLE

 Procedure for having your vehicle towed 

or for towing another vehicle using a re-

movable towing eye. 

  Access to the tools 

  Towing your vehicle 

   )   On the front bumper, pull on the cover 

to unclip it. 

  )   Screw the towing eye in fully. 
  )   Install the towing bar. 
  )   Switch on the hazard warning lamps 

on the towed vehicle. 

 The towing eye is stowed in the boot 

under the fl oor. 
 To gain access to it: 
   )   open the boot, 
  )  raise the fl oor, 
  )   secure it by hooking its cord on the 

hook on the rear parcel shelf sup-

port, 

  )  remove the towing eye from the 

holder.   

  )   Place the gear lever in neutral 

(position  

N  on an automatic 

gearbox).  

 Failure to comply with this special 

requirement may result in damage 

to certain braking components 

and the absence of braking assis-

tance the next time the engine is 

started.  

  General recommendations 

 Observe the legislation in force in 

your country. 
 Ensure that the weight of the tow-

ing vehicle is higher than that of 

the towed vehicle. 
 The driver must stay at the wheel 

of the towed vehicle. 
 Driving on motorways and fast 

roads is prohibited when towing. 
 When towing a vehicle with all four 

wheels on the ground, always use 

an approved towing bar; rope and 

straps are prohibited. 
 When towing a vehicle with the 

engine off, there is no longer any 

power assistance for braking or 

steering. 
 In the following cases, you must 

always call on a professional re-

covery service: 
   -   vehicle broken down on a mo-

torway or fast road, 

  -   when it is not possible to put 

the gearbox into neutral, un-

lock the steering, or release 

the parking brake, 

  -  

towing with only two wheels on 

the ground, 

  -   where there is no approved 

towing bar available...   

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   )   On the rear bumper, unclip the cover 

by pressing at the bottom. 

  )   Screw the towing eye in fully. 
  )   Install the towing bar. 
  )   Switch on the hazard warning lamps 

on the towed vehicle.   

  Towing another vehicle 

  *    The bicycle carrier cannot be attached 

to your vehicle's tailgate.  

  Towbar suitable only for the attachment 

of a bicycle carrier *  .

TOWING A TRAILER, A 

CARAVAN, ETC.

 Your vehicle is primarily designed for 

transporting people and luggage, but it 

may also be used for towing a trailer. 

  Towbar suitable for the attachment of a 

trailer or caravan with additional lighting 

and signalling. 

 We recommend the use of genu-

ine PEUGEOT towbars and their 

harnesses that have been tested 

and approved from the design 

stage of your vehicle, and that the 

fi tting of the towbar is entrusted to 

a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualifi ed 

workshop . 
 If the towbar is not fi tted by a 

PEUGEOT dealer, it is imperative 

that it is fi tted in accordance with the 

vehicle manufacturer's instructions. 

. The rear parking sensors will be 

deactivated automatically if a gen-

uine PEUGEOT towbar is used. 
 We recommend that you do not 

drive up onto high kerbs (risk of 

damaging your vehicle).  

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  Driving advice 

  Distribution of loads 
   )   Distribute the load in the trailer so 

that the heaviest items are as close 

as possible to the axle and the nose 

weight approaches the maximum 

permitted without exceeding it.  

 Air density decreases with altitude, thus 

reducing engine performance. Above 

1 000 metres, the maximum towed load 

must be reduced by 10 % for every 

1 000 metres of altitude. 
 Refer to the "Technical Data" section for 

details of the weights and towed loads 

which apply to your vehicle.  

  Side wind 
   )  Take into account the increased 

sensitivity to side wind.   

  Cooling 
 Towing a trailer on a slope increases 

the temperature of the coolant. 
 As the fan is electrically controlled, its 

cooling capacity is not dependent on 

the engine speed. 
   )   To lower the engine speed, reduce 

your speed.  

 Driving with a trailer places greater de-

mands on the towing vehicle and the 

driver must take particular care.  

 The maximum towed load on a long in-

cline depends on the gradient and the 

ambient temperature. 
 In all cases, keep a check on the coolant 

temperature. 

  Braking 
 Towing a trailer increases the braking 

distance.  

  Tyres 
   )   Check the tyre pressures of the towing 

vehicle and of the trailer, observing the 

recommended pressures.   

  Lighting 
   )   Check the electrical lighting and sig-

nalling on the trailer.  

 The rear parking sensors will be 

deactivated automatically if a gen-

uine PEUGEOT towbar is used.   

   )    If the warning lamp and the 

 STOP  warning lamp come 

on, stop the vehicle and 

switch off the engine as 

soon as possible.   

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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