Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 15

 

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Peugeot 207 (2011 year). Instruction - part 15

 

 

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BLUETOOTH 

  For safety reasons and because they require prolonged attention

on the part of the driver, the operations for pairing of the Bluetooth 

mobile telephone with the Bluetooth hands-free system of your 

audio equipment must be carried out with the vehicle stationary 

and the ignition on.

Press the MENU button. 

  A window is displayed with "Searching...".  

  Activate the telephone's Bluetooth function.

In the menu, select:
-  Bluetooth 

telephone 

function -

Audio 

-  Bluetooth 

confi guration

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Perform a Bluetooth search   

The services offered depend on the network, the SIM card and the

compatibility of the Bluetooth equipment used. 
Consult your telephone's manual and your operator to fi nd out which services 

are available to you. A list of mobile telephones which offer the best range of 

services is available from the network. Consult a PEUGEOT dealer. 

          BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE 

SCREEN C

  The TELEPHONE menu permits access to the following functions

in particular: Directory * , Call list, Pairing management.  

The fi rst 4 telephones recognised are displayed in this window.

  A virtual keypad is displayed on the

screen: enter a code with at least 4 digits. 
 Confi rm by pressing OK.  

  "Pairing of Name_telephone successful" appears on the screen.

  Select the telephone to be connected from the list. Only one 

telephone can be connected at a time.  

  A message is displayed on the screen of the telephone 

chosen: to accept the pairing, enter the same code on 

the telephone, then confi rm by pressing OK. 

 The automatic connection authorised is only active after the

telephone has been confi gured. 
 The directory and the call list can be accessed after the

synchronisation period.

  PAIRING A TELEPHONE  

  The pairing can also be initiated from the telephone.   

(AVAILABILITY DEPENDS ON MODEL AND VERSION)  

  *   If your telephone is fully compatible.

  If pairing fails, the number of attempts is not limited.  

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  RECEIVING A CALL 

display on the multifunction screen.

Initiate the pairing between the telephone and 

the vehicle. This pairing can be initiated from

the vehicle's telephone function menu or via the 

telephone's keypad. See steps 1 to 10 on the

previous pages. During the pairing phase, the vehicle

must be stationary with the key in the ignition. 

Select the telephone to be connected from the telephone function

menu.
The audio system connects to a newly paired telephone 

automatically. 

  Select the YES tab on the display 

using the buttons and confi rm by

pressing OK.

  Press the steering mounted control OK to accept 

the call.   

       BLUETOOTH AUDIO STREAMING 

  Wireless transmission of the telephone's music fi les via the audio 

equipment. The telephone must be able to manage the appropriate

bluetooth profi les (Profi les A2DP/AVRCP).  

*   In certain cases, playing of the Audio fi les must be initiated from the

keypad.  

**   If the telephone supports the function.

  Activate the streaming source by 

pressing the SOURCE button * . The 

tracks to be played can be controlled 

as usual via the buttons on the

Radio control panel and the steering

mounted controls ** . The contextual 

information can be displayed on the 

screen.   

  MAKING A CALL 

  From the Bluetooth telephone function Audio menu, select Manage 

the telephone call then Call, Call list or Directory.  

  Press the end of the steering mounted control for 

more than two seconds to gain access to your 

directory. 
 Or 
 To dial a number, use your telephone's keypad,

with the vehicle stationary.

 BLUETOOTH

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CONFIGURATION

Press the MENU button.  

Using the arrows, select DISPLAY 

CONGIGURATION.  

Press to confi rm the selection.

  Using the arrows, select YEAR.  

Press to confi rm the selection.  

Press to confi rm the selection.  

  Adjust the setting.  

Start again from step 1 then set 

MONTH, DAY, HOUR, MINUTES.

          SETTING THE DATE AND TIME 

SCREEN A 

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CONFIGURATION

Press the MENU button. 

Using the arrows, select 

PERSONALISATION 

CONFIGURATION.  

Press to confi rm the selection. 

  Using the arrows, select DISPLAY 

CONFIGURATION. 

Press to confi rm the selection. 

Press to confi rm the selection. 

Using the arrows, select ADJUST

DATE AND TIME.  

  Adjust the settings one by one

confi rming by pressing the OK button.

Next select the OK tab on the screen 

then confi rm.   

SETTING THE DATE AND TIME

SCREEN C

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Each press of the button, located at the end of the 

wiper stalk, displays the different trip computer 

information in succession, depending on the screen.

-  

the "vehicle" tab with:

   ●  the range, the current fuel consumption and the distance remaining

to the destination,  

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the "1" tab (trip 1) with: 

   ●  the average speed, the average consumption and the distance

travelled calculated over trip  "1",  

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the "2" tab (trip 2) with the same information for a second trip.  

  A FEW DEFINITIONS 

  Zero reset
 When the required trip is displayed, press the control for more than

two seconds.

 TRIP COMPUTER

Range:  displays the distance which can travelled with the remaining fuel

detected in the tank, based on the average fuel consumption over the last 

few miles (kilometres).
This displayed value may vary signifi cantly following a change in the

vehicle speed or the relief of the route. 
When the range falls below 20 miles (30 km), dashes are displayed. 

After fi lling with at least 5 litres of fuel, the range is recalculated and is

displayed when it exceeds 60 miles (100 km).
If, whilst driving, dashes are displayed continuously in place of the digits,

contact a PEUGEOT dealer. 
Current fuel consumption:  only calculated and displayed above 20 mph (30 km/h).

Average fuel consumption:  this is the average fuel consumption since

the last trip computer zero reset. 

Average speed:  this is the average speed calculated since the last trip 

computer zero reset (ignition on).  

Distance travelled:  calculated since the last trip computer zero reset. 

Distance remaining to the destination: calculated with reference to 

the fi nal destination, entered by the user. If guidance is activated, the 

navigation system calculates it as a current value. 

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  RADIO-CD 

  MAIN FUNCTION 

  *   The parameters vary according to vehicle.  

  CHOICE A 

  CHOICE B...

MONOCHROME A 

Choice A1

Choice A2

REG MODE  

CD REPEAT

RANDOM PLAY   

  VEHICLE CONFIG *  

  REV WIPE ACT

  OPTIONS 

  GUIDE LAMPS   

DIAGNOSTICS 

RDS SEARCH

CONSULT

ABANDON

  UNITS 

TEMPERATURE: °CELSIUS/°FAHRENHEIT  

FUEL CONSUMPTION: 

KM/L - L/100 - MPG   

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  DISPLAY ADJUST 

  MONTH

  DATE

  HOUR  

  MINUTES

YEAR

  12 H/24 H MODE

  LANGUAGE 

  ITALIANO  

  NEDERLANDS  

  PORTUGUES  

  PORTUGUES-BRASIL

  FRANCAIS  

  DEUTSCH  

  ENGLISH

  ESPANOL

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09 SCREEN MENU MAP 

Press the OK dial for access to short-cut menus according to the display on the

screen:  

MONOCHROME C

activate/deactivate RDS

activate/deactivate REG mode

activate/deactivate radiotext

  RADIO 

activate/deactivate Intro

  CD/MP3 CD 

activate/deactivate track repeat (the

entire current CD for CD, the entire

current folder for MP3 CD)

activate/deactivate random play (the

entire current CD for CD, the entire

current folder for MP3 CD)

activate/deactivate track repeat (of the 

current folder/artist/genre/playlist)

  USB 

activate/deactivate random play (of the

current folder/artist/genre/playlist)

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MONOCHROME C

 SCREEN MENU MAP

  AUDIO FUNCTIONS 

alternative frequencies (RDS)

activate/deactivate

FM BAND PREFERENCES 

regional mode (REG)

activate/deactivate

radio-text information (RDTXT)

activate/deactivate

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PLAY MODES

album repeat (RPT)

 activate/deactivate 

track random play (RDM)

 activate/deactivate   

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  TRIP COMPUTER 

Distance: x miles

  ENTER DISTANCE TO DESTINATION

Diagnostics

  ALERT LOG 

Functions activated or deactivated

  STATUS OF THE FUNCTIONS *  

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video brightness adjustment

DISPLAY CONFIGURATION

DEFINE THE VEHICLE PARAMETERS *

  PERSONALISATION-CONFIGURATION 

normal video 

inverse video

brightness (- +) adjustment 

date and time adjustment

day/month/year adjustment

hour/minute adjustment 

choice of 12 h/24 h mode 

choice of units

l/100 km - mpg - km/l

°Celsius/°Fahrenheit  

CHOICE OF LANGUAGE   

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Pressing the MENU button displays:

  *   The parameters vary according to vehicle.  

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  BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE 

Connect/Disconnect a device

 Consult the paired device

BLUETOOTH CONFIGURATION 

Telephone function

Audio Streaming function

 Delete a paired device

 Perform a Bluetooth search  

Calls list

CALL

 Directory

Terminate the current call

  MANAGE THE TELEPHONE CALL

Activate private mode

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 FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

QUESTION

ANSWER

SOLUTION

 There is a difference in 

sound quality between

the different audio

sources (radio, CD...). 

For optimum sound quality, the audio settings (Volume, Bass, Treble, 

Ambience, Loudness) can be adapted to the different sound sources,

which may result in audible differences when changing source (radio,

CD...). 

 Check that the audio settings (Volume, Bass, 

Treble, Ambience, Loudness) are adapted to

the sources listened to. It is advisable to set

the AUDIO functions (Bass, Treble, Front-Rear 

Balance, Left-Right Balance) to the middle 

position, select the musical ambience "None" and 

set the loudness correction to the "Active" position 

in CD mode or to the "Inactive" position in radio 

mode. 

 The CD is ejected 

automatically or is not 

played by the player. 

The CD is inserted upside down, is unplayable, does not contain any 

audio data or contains an audio format which the player cannot play. 
The CD is protected by an anti-pirating protection system which is not 

recognised by the audio equipment. 

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Check that the CD is inserted in the player the 

right way up.

  -  

Check the condition of the CD: the CD cannot 

be played if it is too damaged. 

  -  

Check the content in the case of a recorded

CD: consult the advice in the "Audio" section.

  -  

The audio equipment's CD player does not

play DVDs.

  -  

Due to their quality level, certain writeable

CDs will not be played by the audio system.

The message "USB 

peripheral error" is

displayed on the screen.
 The Bluetooth connection

is cut.   

The battery of the peripheral may not be suffi ciently charged.

  Recharge the battery of the peripheral device.

The USB memory stick is not recognised. 
The memory stick may be corrupt. 

 Reformat the memory stick. 

 The CD player sound is

poor.

The CD used is scratched or of poor quality.

 Insert good quality CDs and store them in suitable 

conditions. 

The audio equipment settings (bass, treble, ambiences) are unsuitable.

 Set the treble or bass level to 0, without selecting

an ambience. 

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QUESTION

ANSWER

SOLUTION

 The stored stations do

not function (no sound, 

87.5 Mhz is displayed...). 

 An incorrect waveband is selected.

 Press the BAND AST button to return to the 

waveband (AM, FM1, FM2, FMAST) on which the

stations are stored. 

 The traffi c announcement

(TA) is displayed. I do

not receive any traffi c 

information.

The radio station is not part of the regional traffi c information network.

 Tune to a radio station which broadcasts traffi c 

information.

 The quality of reception

of the radio station 

listened to gradually

deteriorates or the stored 

stations do not function

(no sound, 87.5 Mhz is 

displayed...).   

The vehicle is too far from the transmitter used by the station listened

to or there is no transmitter in the geographical area through which the 

vehicle is travelling. 

Activate the RDS function to enable the system 

to check whether there is a more powerful 

transmitter in the geographical area.

The environment (hills, buildings, tunnels, basement car parks...) block 

reception, including in RDS mode.

  This phenomenon is normal and does not indicate 

a failure of the audio equipment.

The aerial is absent or has been damaged (for example when going

through a car wash or into an underground car park). 

 Have the aerial checked by a PEUGEOT dealer. 

 Sound cut-outs of 1 to

2 seconds in radio mode.

During this brief sound cut-out, the RDS searches for any frequency 

permitting better reception of the station. 

 Deactivate the RDS function if the phenomenon is 

too frequent and always on the same route.

 With the engine off, 

the audio equipment 

switches off after a few 

minutes of use. 

When the engine is switched off, the audio equipment operating time

depends on the battery charge. 
The switch-off is normal: the audio equipment switches to economy mode 

and switches off to prevent discharging of the vehicle's battery. 

 Start the vehicle's engine to increase the battery

charge. 

 The message "the audio 

system is overheated" 

appears on the display. 

In order to protect the installation if the surrounding temperature is too

high, the audio equipment switches to an automatic thermal protection

mode leading to a reduction of the volume or stopping of the playing of 

the CD.

 Switch the audio system off for a few minutes to

allow the system to cool.

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VISUAL SEARCH

 EXTERIOR (SALOON)

 7Door mirrors .............................57 

 Lighting controls ....................82-84 
 Headlamp adjustment ................85 
 Changing bulbs .................142-143 

   -  front 

lamps 

  -  foglamps 

  -   direction indicator repeaters  

 Electric windows ....................72-73 
 Rear quarter panel windows .......73 

 Doors .....................................74-76 

   -  opening/closing 

  -  central 

locking 

  -  emergency 

control 

 

 Remote control key ...............68-71 

   -  opening/closing 

  -  anti-theft 

protection 

  -  starting 

  -  battery 

 

 Accessories ..............................160 
 Roof bars ..................................159 
 Panoramic sunroof .....................78 

 Fuel tank .....................................79 
 Misfuel prevention ......................81 

 Wiper controls .......................86-88 
 Changing a wiper blade ............155 

 Boot ............................................76 

   -  opening/closing 

  -  emergency 

control 

 

 Changing a wheel .............132-136, 

137-138, 140-141 

   -  tools 

  -  removal 

  -   temporary tyre repair kit  

 Parking sensors ........................121 
 Towbar ......................................157 
 Towing ......................................156 

 Changing bulbs .................144-145 

   -  rear 

lamps 

  -   3rd brake lamp 

  -   number plate lamps  

 Braking assistance ...................103 
 Trajectory control ......................104 
 Tyre pressure ...........................175 

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 EXTERIOR (SW) 

 Door mirrors ...............................57 

 Lighting controls ....................82-84 
 Headlamp adjustment ................54 
 Changing bulbs .................142-143 

   -  front 

lamps 

  -  foglamps 

  -   direction indicator repeaters  

 Electric windows ....................72-73 

 Doors .....................................74-76 

   -  opening/closing 

  -  central 

locking 

  -  emergency 

control 

 

 Remote control key ...............68-71 

   -  opening/closing 

  -  anti-theft 

protection 

  -  starting 

  -  battery 

 

 Accessories ..............................160 
 Roof bars ..................................159 
 Panoramic sunroof .....................78 

 Fuel tank .....................................79 
 Misfuel prevention ......................81 

 Wiper controls .......................86-88 
 Changing a wiper blade ............155 

 Boot .......................................76-77 

   -  opening/closing 

  -  emergency 

control 

 

 Changing 

a wheel ............ 132-137, 139-141 

   -  tools 

  -  removal 

  -   temporary tyre repair kit  

 Parking sensors ........................121 
 Towbar ......................................157 
 Towing ......................................156 

 Changing bulbs .................146-147 

   -  rear 

lamps 

  -   3rd brake lamp 

  -   number plate lamps  

 Braking assistance ...................103 
 Trajectory control ......................104 
 Tyre pressures ..........................175 

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 INTERIOR

 Boot fi ttings (Saloon) .............63-64 

   -  hooks 

  -   rear parcel shelf  

 Temporary tyre 

repair kit ..........................132-136 

 Conventional child seats .......90-95 
 ISOFIX child seats .................96-99 
 Child lock ..................................100 

 Front seats ............................52-54 
 Rear seats (Saloon) ..............54-55 
 Rear seats (SW) ...................54, 56 

 Seat belts ..........................105-107 

 Airbags .............................. 108-111 

 Glove box ...................................62 
 Deactivating the passenger's 

airbag .....................................109 

 Boot fi ttings(SW) ...................65-67 

   -  stowing 

rings 

  -   luggage retaining straps 

  -  hooks 

  -   12 V accessory socket 

  -   load space cover 

  -   high load retaining net  

 Temporary tyre repair kit ....132-136 

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 INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS 

 Multifunction screens .............33-41 
 Seat belt warning lamps ....105-106 
 Hazard warning lamps ..............102 

 Instrument panels .......................19 
 Warning lamps .......................20-27 
 Indicators ...............................28-31 
 Gear shift indicator ................... 113 
 Buttons .......................................32 

   -   trip distance recorder 

  -  lighting 

dimmer 

 

 Lighting controls ....................82-84 
 Headlamp adjustment ................85 

 Speed limiter ..................... 117-118 
 Cruise control .................... 119-120 

 Door mirrors ...............................57 
 Windows ................................72-73 

 Dashboard fuses ...............148-150 
 Opening the bonnet ..................124 

 Steering wheel adjustment .........59 
 Horn ..........................................102 

 Courtesy lamps ..........................89 
 Rear view mirror .........................58 
 Sun visor ....................................59 
 Toll card/car park ticket windows ....59 

 Wiper controls .......................86-88 
 Trip computer ........................42-44 

 Peugeot Connect 

Navigation ....................... 179-211 

 Setting the date/time ................202 
 Peugeot Connect Sound ...213-234 
 Setting the date/time ................226 
 Emergency and assistance call .... 178 

 Ventilation ..............................45-46 
 Heating ..................................47-48 
 Manual air conditioning .........47-49 
 Digital air conditioning ...........50-51 

 Interior fi ttings ........................60-62 

   -  glove 

box 

  -   12 V socket 

  -  mat 

 

 Automatic gearbox ............ 114-116 
 Parking brake ........................... 112 
 Blind control (SW) ......................78 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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