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Renault Captur (2018 year). Instruction - part 3

 

 

1.34

CHILD SAFETY: choosing a child/baby seat mounting 

(2/2)

The two rings 1 are located between 

the seatback and the seat base of the 

seat and are identified by a marking.
The third ring 3 or 4 is used to attach 

the upper strap on some child seats.

Rear seats

Put the rear parcel shelf down in order 

to be able to pass the strap 2 between 

the seatback and the parcel shelf (see 

the information on “Rear parcel shelf” in 

Section 3). Fix the hook on the ring 3
identified by the 

 symbol on the 

back of the seat in question and located 

under the mobile floor.

2

Check that the seatback 

of the forward-facing child 

seat is in contact with the 

back of the vehicle seat. 

In this case, the child seat may not 

always rest on the base of the vehi-

cle seat.

4

The ISOFIX anchorage points have been exclusively designed for child 

seats with the ISOFIX system. Never fit a different type of child seat, seat 

belt or other objects to these anchorage points.

Check that nothing is obstructing the anchorage points.

If your vehicle has been involved in a road accident, have the ISOFIX anchorage 

points checked and replace your child seat.

Front passenger seat

Attach the belt hook 2 to the ring 4.

All seats

Pull the belt 2 so that the back of the 

child seat comes into contact with the 

back of the vehicle seat.

3

1

1.35

CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat 

(1/4)

Some seats are not suitable for fitting 

child seats. The diagram on the follow-

ing page shows you how to attach a 

child seat.
The types of child seat indicated may 

not be available. Before using a differ-

ent child seat, check with the manufac-

turer that it can be fitted.

Ensure that the child seat 

or the child’s feet do not 

prevent the front seat from 

locking correctly. Refer to 

the information on the “Front seat” 

in Section 1.

Check that when installing the child 

seat in the vehicle it is not at risk of 

coming loose from its base.

If you have to remove the headrest, 

check that it is correctly stored so 

that it does not come loose under 

harsh braking or impact.

Always attach the child seat to the 

vehicle even if it is not in use so that 

it does not come loose under harsh 

braking or impact.

In the front seat
The laws concerning children travel-

ling in the front passenger seat differ in 

every country. Consult the legislation in 

force and follow the indications on the 

diagram on the following page.
Before fitting a child seat in this seat (if 

authorised):
–  lower the seat belt as far as possible;
–  move the seat as far back as possi-

ble;

–  gently tilt the seatback away from 

vertical (approximately 25°);

–  on equipped vehicles, raise the seat 

base as far as possible.

In all situations, reinsert the headrest to 

its full extent so that it does not interfere 

with the child seat (see the information 

on “Front headrests” in Section 1);

RISK OF DEATH OR 

SERIOUS INJURY: Before 

installing a child seat on the 

front passenger seat, check 

that the airbag has been deacti-

vated (please refer to “Child safety: 

front passenger airbag deactivation 

and activation” in Section 1).

After installing the child seat, when this 

is possible, you can move the vehi-

cle seat forward if necessary (so as to 

leave enough space in the rear seats 

for passengers or other child seats). In 

the case of a rear-facing child seat, do 

not let it touch the dashboard or move it 

to the furthest forward position.
Do not change other settings after in-

stalling the child seat.

1.36

CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat 

(2/4)

In the rear side seat
A carrycot can be installed across the 

vehicle and will take up at least two 

seats.

Position the child with their feet nearest 

the door.

Move the front seat as far forward as 

possible to install a rear-facing child 

seat, then move back the seat in front 

as far as it will go, although without al-

lowing it to come into contact with the 

child seat.
For the safety of the child in the for-

ward-facing position:

–  Move the relevant seat backwards 

as far as possible;

–  Move the seat in front of the child 

forwards, and set the position of the 

seatback to avoid contact between 

the seat and the child’s legs.

Always remove the headrest from the 

rear seat used for the child seat (see 

“Rear headrests” in Section 3). If nec-

essary, position the rear seat as far 

back as possible. This must be done 

before fitting the child seat. Check that 

the child seat is resting against the 

back of the vehicle seat.

Fit the child seat in a rear 

seat wherever possible.

Fitting a seat ISOFIX in 

the rear-left seat means 

the middle seat cannot be used. 

The central seat belt will no longer 

be either accessible or useable. To 

install an ISOFIX seat in this seat, 

detach the central seat belt by hand 

before engaging the bolts.

A child seat with floor sup-

ports must never be in-

stalled on the rear centre 

seat.

RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS 

INJURY.

1.37

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  Check the status of the airbag 

before fitting a child seat or allowing a 

passenger to use the seat.

CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat 

(3/4)

Child seat attached using the belt

¬

  Seat which allows a seat with 

“universal” approval to be fitted using a 

seat belt;

  Seat which allows a rearfac-

ing seat with “universal” approval only 

to be attached with a seat belt.

Using a child safety system which is not approved for this vehicle will not 

correctly protect the baby or child. They risk serious or even fatal injury.

RISK OF DEATH OR 

SERIOUS INJURY: Before 

installing a child seat on the 

front passenger seat, check 

that the airbag has been deacti-

vated (please refer to “Child safety: 

front passenger airbag deactivation 

and activation” in Section 1).

Fitting diagram

Child seat attached using the ISOFIX 

mounting

ü

 Seat which allows an ISOFIX 

child seat to be fitted.

±

The seats ISOFIX are fitted with 

an anchorage point which allows a 

forward-facing ISOFIX child seat with 

“Universal” approval to be attached. 
The anchorage points 

 are located 

in the boot for the rear seats, and on the 

seatbacks for the front seats.
The size of the ISOFIX child seat is in-

dicated by a letter:
–  A, B and B1: for forward-facing seats 

in group 1 (9 to 18 kg);

–  C and D: shell seat or rear-facing 

seats in group 0+ (less than 13 kg) 

or group 1 (9 to 18 kg);

–  E: rear-facing shell seats in group 

0 (less than 10 kg) or 0+ (less than 

13 kg);

–  F and G: carrycots in group 0 (less 

than 10 kg).

1.38

CHILD SAFETY: fitting a child seat 

(4/4)

The table below summarises the information already shown on the diagram on the previous page, to ensure the regula-

tions in force are respected.

Type of child seat

Weight of 

the child

Seat size

Front passenger 

seat (5) (1)

Rear side seats

Rear centre 

seat

Carrycot fitted across the 

vehicle

Group 0

< 10 kg

F, G

X

U (2)

X

Rear-facing shell seat

Group 0 or 0+

< 10 

kg and 

< 13 kg

E

U - IL

U - IL (3)

X

rear-facing seat

Group  0+ and 1

< 13 kg and 9 to 

18 kg

C, D

U - IL

U - IL (3)

X

Forward-facing seat

Group 1

9 to 18 kg

A, B, B1

IUF - IL

U - IUF - IL (4)

X

Booster seat

Group 2 and 3

15 to 25 kg and 

22 to 36 kg

-

X

U (4)

X

X =  Seat not suitable for fitting child seats.

=  Seat which allows a child seat with “Universal” approval to be installed using a seat belt; check that it can be fitted.

IUF/IL =   On equipped vehicles, seat which allows an approved “Universal/semi-universal or vehicle specific” child seat to be at-

tached using the ISOFIX system; check that it can be fitted.

(1) raise the seat to the maximum and position it as far back as possible, tilting the seatback slightly (approximately 25°).

(2)  A carrycot can be installed across the vehicle and will take up at least two seats. Position the child with their feet nearest the 

door.

(3)  Move the front seat as far forward as possible to install a rear-facing child seat, then move back the seat in front as far as it will 

go, although without allowing it to come into contact with the child seat.

(4)  Forward-facing child seat; position the seatback of the child seat in contact with the seatback of the vehicle seat. In all situa-

tions, remove the rear headrest of the seat on which the child seat is positioned. This must be done before fitting the child seat. 

Refer to the information on “Rear headrests” in Section 3.

(5) RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS INJURY: before installing a child seat on the front passenger seat, check that the 

air bag has been deactivated (refer to “Child safety: front passenger air bag deactivation/activation” Section 1).

1.39

CHILD SAFETY: deactivating, activating the front passenger air bag 

(1/3)

Deactivating the front 

passenger airbags

(on equipped vehicles)
Before fitting a child seat on the front 

passenger seat you must deactivate 

the passenger airbag.

1

2

The passenger airbag must 

only be deactivated or acti-

vated when the vehicle is 

stationary.

If it is interfered with when the ve-

hicle is being driven, indicator lights 

å

 and 

©

 will come on.

Switch the ignition off then on again 

to reset the airbag in accordance 

with the lock position.

To deactivate the  airbags: with the 

vehicle stopped and the ignition off

push and turn lock 1 to the OFF posi-

tion.
With the ignition on, you must check 

that the warning light 

]

 on the dis-

play 2 is lit up and, depending on the 

vehicle, that the message “airbag pas-

senger deactivated” is displayed.
This light remains permanently lit to 

let you know that you can fit a child 

seat.

1.40

3

DANGER
Since operation of the front 

passenger airbag is not 

compatible with the po-

sition of a rear-facing child seat, 

NEVER fit a rear-facing child re-

straint system in a seat protected 

by an ACTIVATED front AIRBAG

This can lead to the DEATH of the 

CHILD or SERIOUS INJURY.

The markings on the dashboard and 

labels A on each side of passenger sun 

blind 3 (example: label shown above) 

remind you of these instructions.

A

A

CHILD SAFETY: deactivating, activating the front passenger air bag 

(2/3)

1.41

CHILD SAFETY: deactivating, activating the front passenger air bag 

(3/3)

The passenger airbag must 

only be deactivated or acti-

vated when the vehicle is 

stationary.

If it is interfered with when the ve-

hicle is being driven, indicator lights 

å

 and 

©

 will come on.

Switch the ignition off then on again 

to reset the airbag in accordance 

with the lock position.

1

2

Activating the front 

passenger airbags

You should reactivate the airbags as 

soon as you remove the child seat from 

the front passenger seat to ensure the 

protection of the front passenger in the 

event of an impact.

Operating faults

It is forbidden to fit a rear-facing child 

seat to the front passenger seat if the 

airbags activation/deactivation system 

is faulty.
Allowing any other passenger to sit in 

that seat is not recommended.
Contact your approved dealer as soon 

as possible.

To reactivate the  airbags: with the 

vehicle stopped and the ignition off, 

push and turn lock 1 to the ON position.
With the ignition switched on, you must 

check that the warning light 

]

 is 

out and that the warning light 

 

comes on the display 2 after each start-

up for around 60 seconds.
The front passenger seat belt additional 

restraint systems are activated.

1.42

DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE 

(1/2)

1 2

3

4

6

8

11

12

1

14

10

15

21

25

22

17

9

16

20

13

18

19

23

5

7

7

24

1.43

DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE 

(2/2)

  1  Side air vent.

  2 Stalk for:

–  direction indicator lights;

– exterior lights;

–  front fog lights;

–  rear fog lights.

  3 Instrument panel.

  4  Driver Airbag and horn location.

  5  Multimedia system voice control 

button.

  6 Stalk:

– windscreen and rear screen 

wash/wipe;

– trip computer and warning 

system information readout.

  7  Centre air vents.

  8  Windscreen demister outlet.

The equipment fitted, described below, DEPENDS ON THE VERSION AND COUNTRY.

  9 Switch for:

–  hazard warning lights,
–  

electric door locking.

 10 Storage.

 11 Multimedia touch-screen.

 12  Heating or air conditioning con-

trols.

 13 Passenger 

Airbag location.

 14 Storage drawer.

 15  RENAULT card reader.

 16 Gear lever.

 17   Main switch for:

– speed limiter;

– cruise control.

 18  Activation/deactivation control for 

ECO mode ECO.

 19 Handbrake.

 20 Cigarette  lighter/accessories 

socket.

 21  Engine start/stop button.

 22 Control for adjusting steering 

wheel height and reach.

 23  Cruise control/speed limiter con-

trols.

 24  Bonnet release control.

 25 Controls for:

–  

electric headlight beam adjust-

ment,

–  

instrument panel lighting dimmer,

–  

activate/deactivate the parking 

distance control system,

–  

activation/deactivation of the 

function Stop and Start.

1.44

DRIVING POSITION: RIGHT-HAND DRIVE 

(1/2)

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3

5

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6 7

9

11

12 13 1

2

14

15

16

23

22

18

19

20

21

24

25

10

4

4

17

1.45

DRIVING POSITION: RIGHT-HAND DRIVE 

(2/2)

The equipment fitted, described below, DEPENDS ON THE VERSION AND COUNTRY.

  1  Side air vent.

  2 Passenger 

Airbag location.

  3  Heating or air conditioning con-

trols.

  4  Centre air vents.

  5  Multimedia touch screen.

  6  Hazard warning lights switch.

  7  Door electric locking switch.

  8  Windscreen demister outlet.

  9 Stalk:

–  direction indicator lights;

– exterior lights;

–  front fog lights;

–  rear fog lights.

 10 Instrument panel.

 11  Driver Airbag and horn location.

 12  Multimedia system voice control 

button.

 13 Stalk:

– windscreen and rear screen 

wash/wipe;

– trip computer and warning 

system information readout.

 14 Controls for:

–  

electric headlight beam adjust-

ment,

–  

instrument panel lighting dimmer,

–  

activate/deactivate the parking 

distance control system,

–  

activation/deactivation of the 

function Stop and Start.

 15  Cruise control/speed limiter con-

trols.

 16 Control for adjusting steering 

wheel height and reach.

 17  Engine start/stop button.

 18 Handbrake.

 19 Activation/deactivation control for 

ECO mode ECO.

 20  Main switch for:

– speed limiter;

– cruise control.

 21 Gear lever.

 22 Cigarette  lighter/accessories 

socket.

 23  RENAULT card reader.

 24 Glovebox.

 25  Bonnet release control.

1.46

WARNING LIGHTS 

(1/5)

In some cases, the appearance of a 

warning light is accompanied by a mes-

sage.

š

Side light warning light   

á

Main beam headlight tell-

tale  

k

Dipped beam headlight tell-

tale

g

Front fog light tell-tale 

 

f

Rear fog light telltale 

 

c

Left-hand direction indicator 

tell-tale

b

Right-hand direction indica-

tor tell-tale

å

Indicator lightAirbag

This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.

If it does not come on when the igni-

tion is switched on, or comes on when 

the engine is running, there is a fault in 

the system.

Contact your approved Dealer as soon 

as possible.

M

Low fuel level warning light

This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.

If it lights up when driving, fill up with 

fuel as soon as possible. There is only 

approximately 30 miles (50 km) worth 

of fuel left.

A

If no lights or sounds are ap-

parent, this indicates a fault 

in the instrument panel. This 

indicates that it is essential 

to stop immediately (as soon as traf-

fic conditions allow). Ensure that the 

vehicle is correctly immobilised and 

contact an approved Dealer.

Instrument panel A: lights up when the 

ignition is switched on.
With the lights on, you can adjust the 

brightness by turning the knob 1.

The 

©

 warning light means 

you should drive very carefully to 

an approved dealer as soon as pos-

sible. If you fail to follow this recom-

mendation, you risk damaging your 

vehicle.

Warning light 

®

 re-

quires you to stop immedi-

ately, for your own safety, 

as soon as traffic conditions 

allow. Switch off the engine and do 

not restart it. Contact an approved 

Dealer.

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

1

1.47

WARNING LIGHTS 

(2/5)

®

STOP light

This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out as soon as 

the engine is started. It comes on with 

other warning lights and/or messages, 

and is accompanied by a beep.
It requires you to stop immediately, for 

your own safety, as soon as traffic con-

ditions allow. Switch off the engine and 

do not restart it.
Contact an approved Dealer.

À

Oil pressure warning light
This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.
If it comes on on the road, accompa-
nied by the 

®

 warning light and a 

beep, stop immediately and cut the ig-

nition.
Check the oil level. If the level is normal, 

the indicator light is being lit by some-

thing else. Contact an approved Dealer.

©

Warning light

This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out as soon as 

the engine is started. It can light up in 

conjunction with other indicator lights 

and/or messages on the instrument 

panel.

It means you should drive very care-

fully to an approved dealer as soon as 

possible. If you fail to follow this recom-

mendation, you risk damaging your ve-

hicle.

D

Handbrake on and brake cir-

cuit incident warning light

This comes on when the ignition is 

switched on and goes out as soon as 

the handbrake is released.

If it comes on during braking and is ac-
companied by the 

®

 warning light 

and a beep, it indicates that the fluid 

level in the circuit is low or that there is 

a braking system fault.

Stop as soon as traffic conditions allow 

and contact an approved Dealer.

Ú

Battery charge warning light
This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.
If it comes on on the road, accompa-
nied by the 

®

 warning light and a 

beep, this indicates an overload or dis-

charge in the electrical circuit.
Stop as soon as traffic conditions allow 

and contact an approved Dealer.

A

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

1.48

x

Anti-lock braking warning 

light

This lights up when the ignition is 

switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.

If it lights up when you are driving, it in-

dicates a fault in the anti-lock braking 

system.

Braking will then be as normal, without 

the ABS. Contact an approved Dealer 

as soon as possible.

Ô

Coolant temperature warn-

ing light

This comes on when the ignition is 

switched on.
If it turns red, stop and let the engine 

idle for a minute or two.
The temperature should lower and the 

warning light should return to a blue 

colour. If not, stop the engine. Let the 

engine cool down before checking the 

coolant.
Contact an approved Dealer.

WARNING LIGHTS 

(3/5)

Warning light for the elec-

tronic stability program 

(ESC) and traction control system
This lights up when the ignition is 

switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.
There are several reasons for the warn-

ing light to come on: please refer to the 

information on “Driver correction de-

vices and aids” in Section 2.

Ä

Toxic Fume Filter System 

Warning Light

On vehicles which are equipped with it, 

if the vehicle is in the engine standby 

phase this light comes on when you 

start the engine and, depending on the 

vehicle, when you switch off the ignition 

(refer to the information on the “Stop 

and Start function” in Section 2) then 

goes out.

–  If it lights up continuously, consult 

your approved dealer as soon as 

possible;

–  if it flashes, reduce the engine speed 

until the light stops flashing. Contact 

your approved Dealer as soon as 

possible.

Refer to the information on “Advice: 

antipollution, fuel economy and driving” 

in Section 2.

A

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

1.49

WARNING LIGHTS 

(4/5)

É

Preheating warning light 

(diesel version)

This should come on when the igni-

tion is switched on. It indicates that the 

heater plugs are in operation.
It goes out when preheating is com-

plete. The engine can be started.

Assisted parking brake fault 

light

Please refer to the information on the 

“Assisted parking brake” in Section 2.

Φ

Speed limiter and cruise 

control indicator lights

See the information on the “Speed lim-

iter” and “Cruise control” in Section 2.

Engine standby warning 

light

Please see information about “Stop and 

Start function” in Section 2.

Unavailability of engine 

standby warning light

Please see information in the para-

graph on “Stop and Start Function” in 

Section 2.

A

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Tyre pressure loss warning
Please refer to the information 

on the “Tyre pressure loss warning” in 

Section 2.

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Gear change indicator

This lights up to advise you to 

change to a higher gear (up arrow) or 

lower gear (down arrow).

Mode warning light ECO
This comes on when ECO 

mode is activated. 
Please refer to the information on “Eco-

driving” in Section 2.

2

 Door(s) open warning light

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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