Renault Duster (2016 year). Instruction - part 4

 

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Renault Duster (2016 year). Instruction - part 4

 

 

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ON-BOARD COMPUTER 

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2

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

Trip computer and warning 

system 1

Display selection key 2

Press button 2 to repeatedly to scroll 

through the following information:
a) Total mileage recorder
b) Trip mileage recorder
c) Fuel consumed
d) Average fuel consumption
e) Current fuel consumption

f) Estimated range
g) Distance travelled
h) Average speed
i)  Oil change interval
j)  Reset the tyre pressure
k) speed limiter.
l) Time
m) Outside temperature information.
Refer to the table on the following 

pages showing display examples.

Resetting the trip mileage

To reset the trip mileage recorder, the 

display must show the Trip mileometer 

function.
Press and hold button 2.

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Interpreting some of the 

values displayed after 

resetting

The values showing average fuel 

consumption, range and average 

speed will become more stable and re-

liable the further you travel after pres-

sing the reset button.
For the first few miles after pressing 

the reset key you will notice that the 

range increases as you travel. This 

range takes into account the average 

fuel consumption since the last time the 

reset button was pressed. Therefore, 

the fuel consumption may decrease 

when:

–  

the vehicle stops accelerating,

–  

the engine reaches its operating 

temperature (engine cold when 

reset button pressed),

–  

when driving from a built-up area 

onto the open road.

   Therefore, if the average fuel 

consumption decreases, the 

range will increase.

–  You may also notice that the ave-

rage fuel consumption increases 

when the vehicle is stationary and 

the engine idling.
This is normal, since the computer 

takes account of fuel used during 

idling.

Manually resetting the journey para-

meters: with the display showing one 

of the journey parameters, press the 

button 2 until the display is reset.
Automatically resetting the journey 

parameters: the reset is automatic 

when the capacity of one of the memo-

ries is exceeded.

ON-BOARD COMPUTER 

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

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Examples of display selections by 

repeatedly pressing 2

Interpreting the display selected

Display A

Display B

a) Total mileage recorder.

b) Trip mileage recorder.

c) Fuel used since the last time the reset button was pressed.

d) Average fuel consumption since the last time the reset button was 

pressed.

This value is displayed after driving 400 metres and takes into ac-

count the distance travelled and the fuel used since the last time the 

reset button was pressed.

ON-BOARD COMPUTER 

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Examples of display selections by 

repeatedly pressing 2

Interpreting the display selected

Display A

Display B

e) Current fuel consumption.

This value is displayed after a speed of approximately 20 mph 

(30 km/h) is reached.

f)  Estimated range with remaining fuel.

This range takes into account the average fuel consumption since 

the last time the reset button was pressed.

The value is displayed after driving around 400 metres.

g) Distance travelled since the last time the reset button was pressed.

h) Average speed since the last reset.

The value is displayed after driving around 400 metres.

ON-BOARD COMPUTER 

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ON-BOARD COMPUTER 

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Examples of display selections by 

repeatedly pressing 2

Interpreting the display selected

Display A

Display B

j) Mileage before service
Distance remaining until the next oil change.
There are several scenarios:

–  mileage before oil change service less than 1000 miles  Warning light 

Ê

 on the instrument panel comes on accompanied by the message 

“1000 miles”.

–  mileage before oil change service 0 miles. Warning light 

Ê

 on the 

instrument panel comes on accompanied by the message “--- miles”.

The distance appears on the display for approximately 8 seconds when 

the ignition is switched on as soon as the distance is less than or equal 

to 1000 miles.
The vehicle requires an oil change as soon as possible.

Note: depending on the vehicle, the mileage before an oil change varies according to the driving style (frequent driving at low 

speed, door-to-door journeys, extensive use at idle speed, towing a trailer etc.). The distance remaining until the next oil change 

can therefore decrease more quickly in some cases than the actual distance travelled.
The oil change intervals are independent of the vehicle’s maintenance schedule: please refer to your vehicle’s maintenance do-

cument.
Resetting: to reset the mileage before an oil change, press and hold the display reset button for approximately 10 seconds until 

the display shows the range permanently.

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

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Examples of display selections by 

repeatedly pressing 2

Interpreting the display selected

Display A

Display B

j)  Tyre pressure reset.
Please refer to the information on the “Tyre pressure loss warning” in 

Section 2.

k) Recommended cruise control and speed limiter speed (if acti-

vated).
Refer to the information on the “Speed limiter” and “Cruise control” 

in Section 2.

l) Time.

m) Exterior temperature.

ON-BOARD COMPUTER 

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

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STEERING WHEEL, POWER-ASSISTED STEERING

Power Assisted Steering

With the engine running, do not leave 

the steering wheel at full lock while sta-

tionary as this may damage the power-

assisted steering pump.
With the engine switched off, or if there 

is a system fault, it is still possible to 

turn the steering wheel. The force re-

quired will be greater.

Adjusting the steering wheel

Depending on the vehicle, the steering 

wheel position is adjustable.
Lift lever 1 and place the steering wheel 

in the required position; raise the lever 

to lock the steering wheel in place.
Make sure that the steering wheel is 

correctly locked.

For safety reasons, only 

adjust the steering wheel 

when the vehicle is station-

ary.

Never switch off the igni-

tion when travelling down-

hill, and avoid doing so in 

normal driving (assistance 

is not provided).

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CLOCK

Setting the time

Display A
Display the “Clock” display on the ins-

trument panel by pressing the button 1.

If the electrical supply is cut (battery 

disconnected, broken supply wire, 

etc.), the clock will lose its time set-

ting.
The clock must be reset.

For your safety, we recom-

mend that you do not adjust 

the clock while driving.

Press and hold button 1 to enter the 

hour setting mode.
When only the hours flash, press 

button 1 briefly, to scroll through them.
Press and hold button 1 to enter the 

minute setting mode.
When only the minutes flash, press 

button 1 briefly, to scroll through them.
Confirm by pressing and holding 

button 1.

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A

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AUDIBLE AND VISUAL SIGNALS

Horn

Press the end of the stalk 1.
Depending on the vehicle, press on one 

of areas 2.

Headlight flasher

Pull stalk 1 towards you to flash the 

headlights.

Direction indicators

Move stalk 1 parallel to the steering 

wheel and in the direction you are going 

to turn it.

One-touch mode
When driving, it is possible that the 

steering wheel may not be turned suf-

ficiently to return the stalk automatically 

to its starting position.

In this case, briefly turn stalk 1 to the in-

termediate position, then release it: the 

stalk returns to its original point and the 

indicator light flashes three times.

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2

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Hazard warning lights

Press switch 3.

This switch activates all four direction 

indicators and the side indicator lights 

simultaneously.
It must only be used in an emergency to 

warn drivers of other vehicles that you 

have had to stop in an area where stop-

ping is prohibited or unexpected, or that 

you are obliged to drive under special 

conditions.

3

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e

Switching off the lights

From the main beam head-

lights position, pull the stalk 1 towards 

you, then turn the end of the stalk  

until the 

e

 symbol appears by the 

mark 2.

From the dipped beam headlights posi-

tion, turn the end of the stalk  until the 

e

 symbol appears by the mark 2.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

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š

Side lights

Turn the end of stalk 1 until the 

symbol is opposite mark 2.

k

Dipped beam 

headlights

Turn the end of stalk 1 until the symbol 

is opposite mark 2.
An indicator light on the instrument 

panel will come on.

á

Main beam headlights

With the dipped beam head-

lights lit, push stalk 1. This indicator 

light on the instrument panel comes on.

To return to the dipped headlight posi-

tion, pull the stalk 1 towards you again.

Before driving at night, check that the electrical equipment is operating 

correctly and adjust the headlight beams (if your vehicle is not carrying 

its normal load). As a general precaution, check that the lights are not ob-

scured (by dirt, mud, snow or objects being transported).

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1

2

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EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

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g

Front fog lights

Turn the centre ring 3   of 

the stalk until the symbol is opposite 

mark 2.
The fog lights only light up if the exterior 

lights have been switched on. An indi-

cator light on the instrument panel then 

lights up.
Do not forget to switch off the fog lights 

when they are no longer needed, to 

avoid inconveniencing other road 

users.

h

Rear fog lights

Turn the centre ring 3 on 

the stalk until the symbol faces mark 2.
The fog lights only light up if the exterior 

lights have been switched on. An indi-

cator light on the instrument panel then 

lights up.
Remember to switch off the these 

lights when they are no longer required 

to avoid inconveniencing other road 

users.

e

Turning off the fog 

lights

Turn the centre ring 3 of the stalk until 

the symbol is opposite mark 2.
The corresponding indicator light goes 

out on the instrument panel.
The front and rear fog lights switch off 

when the exterior lights are switched 

off.

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3

Daytime running lights 

function

(front lights only)

The daytime running lights come on 

automatically with no action on stalk 1 

when the engine is started, and they go 

off once the engine is switched off. They 

are deactivated when the main beams, 

dipped beams or side lights are lit.

Lights-on warning buzzer

If the lights are on, a warning beep 

sounds when the driver’s door is 

opened to warn you that the lights are 

still on.

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Examples of positions for adjusting control A according to the load

Control A

4x2

4x4

Driver alone or with front passenger

0

0

Driver with one front passenger and 

three rear passengers

1

1

Driver with one front passenger, 

three rear passengers and luggage

3

2

Driver only and luggage

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3

The control A is used to adjust the 

height of the headlight beams accord-

ing to the load.
Turn control A anticlockwise to lower 

the beams and clockwise to raise them.

ADJUSTING THE HEADLIGHT BEAM HEIGHT 

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A

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ADJUSTING THE HEADLIGHT BEAM HEIGHT 

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Temporary adjustment

Open the bonnet and identify the mark-

ing B next to one of the front headlight 

projectors.
For each headlight, using a screw-

driver, turn the screw 1 by a quarter 

turn towards the - symbol to lower the 

beams.
Return to the starting point once your 

trip is over:  turn the screw 1 by a quar-

ter turn towards the + symbol to raise 

the beams.

When driving on the left in a left-

hand drive vehicle (or vice versa), 

you must adjust your lights tempo-

rarily during your stay.

1

B

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WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE 

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n

Windscreen wiper

With the ignition on, move 

stalk 1 around the steering wheel:
A  Park.
B  Intermittent wiping.

The wipers will pause for several 

seconds between sweeps.

C  Normal wiping speed.
D  Fast wiping speed.

s

Windscreen wiper

With the ignition on, pull stalk 1 

towards you.
A brief pull will trigger a single sweep 

of the wipers, in addition to the wind-

screen washer.
A longer pull will trigger three sweeps 

of the wipers, in addition to the wind-

screen washer.

In frosty weather, make sure that 

the wiper blades are not stuck by ice 

(risk of motor overheating).
Keep an eye on the condition of the 

blades. They should be replaced as 

soon as they become less efficient. 

This will occur approximately once 

a year. Clean your windscreen reg-

ularly.
If you switch off the ignition before 

switching off the windscreen wiper 

(position A) the blades will stop at 

random on the windscreen.
After switching the ignition back on, 

simply move stalk 1 to position A to 

place them in the park position.

Before touching the wind-

screen (washing the vehi-

cle, de-icing, cleaning the 

windscreen, etc.) move 

stalk 1 to position A (park). Risk of 

injury and/or damage.

When working in the engine 

compartment, ensure that 

the windscreen wiper stalk 

is in position A (park). Risk 

of injury.

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A

B

C

D

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WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE 

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Y

Rear screen wiper

With the ignition on, turn the 

end of stalk 1 to align the symbol with 

mark 2.

Before using the rear wiper, check 

that no object is obstructing the 

travel of the blade.
In frosty weather, make sure that 

the wiper blades are not stuck by ice 

(to avoid the risk of the motor over-

heating).
Keep an eye on the condition of the 

blades. They should be replaced as 

soon as they become less efficient. 

This will occur approximately once 

a year. Clean your windscreen reg-

ularly.

p

Rear screen washer/

wiper

With the ignition on, turn the end of 

stalk 1 to align the symbol with mark 2.
When the stalk is released, it returns to 

the rear wipe position.

Before touching the wind-

screen (washing the vehi-

cle, de-icing, cleaning the 

windscreen, etc.) move 

stalk 1 to position A (park). Risk of 

injury and/or damage.

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2

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FUEL TANK 

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Petrol and diesel versions

Usable capacity of the fuel tank: 

50 litres approximately.
Depending on the vehicle, to open the 

fuel filler flap A, place your finger in 

opening B and pull.
To close, push the fuel filler flap A by 

hand as far as it will go. Depending 

on the vehicle, the cap 1 is unlocked 

using the ignition key. If not, it will be 

connected to the vehicle by a strip of 

plastic. For details on filling the fuel 

tank, please refer to the information on 

“Filling with fuel”.

Fuel filler cap: this is spe-

cific to the vehicle type. If 

you have to replace it, make 

sure the new cap is of the 

same type. Contact an approved 

dealer.
Never place the cap near a source 

of heat or flame.
Do not wash the filler area with a 

high-pressure washer.

A

3

C

B

There is a cap holder 3 on the fuel filler 

flap for holding the cap when the tank is 

being filled.
Depending on the vehicle, lift lever 2 to 

unlock the fuel filler flap A. Open it, then 

unscrew fuel filler cap 1.

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