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Renault Kadjar (2018 year). Instruction - part 4

 

 

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DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE 

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DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE 

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

 19  Assisted parking or handbrake 

control.

 20 Gear lever.

 21  Ignition switch (vehicles with key).

 22 Control for adjusting steering 

wheel height and reach.

 23 Unlocking controls:

– bonnet;

–  fuel filler flap.

 24 Controls for:

–  

headlight beam height remote ad-

justment;

–  

lighting rheostat for control instru- 

ments;

–  

Lane departure warning;

–  ESP and Traction Control system.

 25 Controls for:

– ECO mode;

–  

activation/deactivation of the Stop 

and Start function.

  1 Air vent.

  2 Demister outlet.

  3 Stalk for:

–  direction indicator lights;

– exterior lights;

– fog lights.

  4  Cruise control/speed limiter con-

trols.

  5 Instrument panel.

  6  Driver Airbag and horn location.

  7 Controls for:

–  

on-board computer information 

read-out and vehicle settings cus-

tomisation menu;

–  

remote radio and navigation 

system.

  8  Steering column stalk for wind-

screen and rear screen wash/

wiper.

  9  Engine start/stop button (vehicle 

with RENAULT card).

 10 Controls for:

–  access the main menu;

–  

access the Driving assistance 

menu or, depending on the vehi-

cle, the user preferences menu;

– assisted parking.

 11  Hazard warning light switch, cen-

tral door locking warning light.

 12 Multimedia screen.

 13  Heating or air conditioning con-

trols.

 14 Passenger 

Airbag location.

 15 Glovebox.

 16 Accessories and multimedia 

socket.

 17  Two and four-wheel drive mode 

selector or, depending on the vehi-

cle, traction control.

 18  Cruise control/speed limiter main 

control.

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DRIVING POSITION: RIGHT-HAND DRIVE 

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

 16 Unlocking controls:

– bonnet,

–  fuel filler flap.

 17  Ignition switch (vehicles with key).

 18 Control for adjusting steering 

wheel height and reach.

 19  Engine start/stop button (vehicle 

with RENAULT card).

 20 Accessories and multimedia 

socket.

 21  Two and four-wheel drive mode 

selector or, depending on the vehi-

cle, traction control.

 22  Cruise control/speed limiter main 

control.

 23  Assisted parking or handbrake 

control.

 24 Gear lever.

 25 Glovebox.

  1 Air vent.

  2 Demister outlet.

  3 Passenger 

Airbag location.

  4  Heating or air conditioning con-

trols.

  5 Multimedia screen.

  6 Controls for:

–  access the main menu,

–  

access the Driving assistance 

menu or, depending on the vehi-

cle, the user preferences menu,

– assisted parking.

  7  Hazard warning light switch, cen-

tral door locking warning light.

  8 Stalk for:

–  direction indicator lights;

– exterior lights;

– fog lights.

  9  Cruise control/speed limiter con-

trols.

 10 Instrument panel.

 11  Driver Airbag and horn location.

 12 Controls for:

–  

on-board computer information 

read-out and vehicle settings cus-

tomisation menu,

–  

remote radio and navigation 

system.

 13  Steering column stalk for wind-

screen and rear screen wash/

wiper.

 14 Controls for:

– ECO mode,

–  

activation/deactivation of the Stop 

and Start function.

 15 Controls for:

–  

electric headlight beam adjust-

ment;

–  

lighting dimmer for control instru-

ments;

–  

Lane departure warning;

–  ESP and Traction Control system.

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Side light warning light   

á

Main beam headlight tell-

tale  

k

Dipped beam headlight tell-

tale

g

Front fog light tell-tale 

 

Rear fog light telltale 

 

Automatic main beam head-

light indicator light

Please refer to the information 

on “External signals and lights” in 

Section 1.

c

Left-hand direction indicator 

tell-tale

b

Right-hand direction indica-

tor tell-tale

M

Low fuel level warning light

It lights up orange when the ig-

nition or the engine is switched on and 

goes off after a few seconds.

If it comes on orange while driving and 

is accompanied by a beep, 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: this comes on 

when the driver's door is opened.
In some cases, the appearance of a 

warning light is accompanied by a mes-

sage.

The 

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 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 

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 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.

WARNING LIGHTS 

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WARNING LIGHTS 

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STOP light

This lights up when the igni-

tion or engine is switched on and goes 

out as soon as the engine is running. 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
It lights up when the ignition or 

the engine is switched on and goes off 

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

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 warning light and 

a beep, stop immediately and cut the 

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

the indicator light is being lit by some-

thing else. Contact an approved Dealer.

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Variable power-assisted 

steering warning light

It lights up when the ignition or the 

engine is switched on and goes off after 

a few seconds.
If it comes on while driving, alongside 
the warning light 

®

, this means 

there is a system fault.
Contact an authorised dealer.

D

Brake circuit fault warning 

light

It lights up when the ignition or the 

engine is switched on and goes off after 

a few seconds.
If it comes on during braking and is ac-
companied by the 

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 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 

authorised dealer.

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Battery charge warning light
It lights up when the ignition or 

the engine is switched on and goes off 

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.

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WARNING LIGHTS 

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Anti-lock braking warning 

light

It lights up when the ignition or the 

engine is switched on and goes off 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.

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Coolant temperature warn-

ing light

This lights up red when the ignition is 

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

idle for a minute or two.
The temperature should drop. 

Otherwise, stop the engine. Let the 

engine cool down before checking the 

coolant.
Contact an approved Dealer.

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Warning light

This lights up when the ignition 

or engine is switched on and goes out 

as soon as the engine is running. It can 

light up in conjunction with other warn-

ing lights and/or messages on the in-

strument 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.

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Toxic Fume Filter System 

Warning Light

On vehicles which are equipped with it, 

this light comes on when the engine is 

started and, depending on the vehicle, 

when the ignition is switched off if the 

vehicle is in the engine standby phase 

(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.

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WARNING LIGHTS 

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Particle filter system warn-

ing light (petrol version)

Refer to the “Special features of petrol 

versions” in Section 2.

A

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

Ó

Brake pedal warning light
This lights up when the brake 

pedal should be depressed. Refer to 

the information on the “Automatic gear-

box” in Section 2.
Please refer to the information on 

“Driving advice, Eco-driving” in 

Section 2.

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Handbrake or electronic 

parking brake warning light

Refer to the information on the “Assisted 

parking brake” in Section 2.

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.

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 Door(s) open warning light

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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).

Please refer to the information on 

“Driving advice, Eco-driving” in 

Section 2.

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Indicator lightAirbag

This warning light will be dis-

played on the instrument panel when 

the ignition is switched on or the engine 

is started, and will then go 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.

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WARNING LIGHTS 

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

Assisted parking brake fault 

light

Please refer to the information on the 

“Assisted parking brake” in Section 2.

Emergency active brake 

assist

Refer to the information on “Driving cor-

rection devices and aids” in Section 2.

Warning light for the elec-

tronic stability program 

(ESC) and traction control system
It lights up when the ignition or the 

engine is switched on and goes off 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.

A

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Speed limiter and cruise 

control indicator lights

See the information on the “Speed lim-

iter” and “Cruise control” in Section 2.

Tyre pressure monitoring 

system

Refer to the information on the “Tyre 

pressure monitoring system” in 

Section 2.

Mode warning light ECO
This comes on when ECO 

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

driving” in Section 2.

Warning light for reagent 

level and faults in the ex-

haust gas reduction system.
Refer to the information on “Reagent 

tank” in Section 1.

Engine standby warning 

light

Please see information in the para-

graph on “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.

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WARNING LIGHTS 

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

On display B

Passenger Airbag ON 

 

 Refer to the information on 

“Child safety: deactivating/activating 

the front passenger airbag” in Section 1.

¹

Passenger Airbag   OFF  

Refer to the information on 

“Child safety: deactivating/activating 

the front passenger airbag” in Section 1.

ß

Driver’s seat belt reminder 

and, depending on the vehi-

cle, front passenger seat belt re-

minder

This lights up when the ignition is 

switched on, then, if the driver's or front 

passenger's (if this seat is occupied) 

seat belt is not fastened and the vehicle 

has reached approximately 12.4 mph 

(20 km/h), it flashes and a beep sounds 

for around 2 minutes.

Note: an object placed on the passen-

ger seat base can activate the warning 

light.
Rear seat belt reminder (depending 

on vehicle)

Warning light 

ß

 comes on, accom-

panied (depending on the vehicle) by 

a message indicating the number of 

fastened seat belts on the instrument 

panel for approximately 30 seconds, 

each time the vehicle is started, a door 

is opened or a rear seat belt is fas-

tened/unfastened. Check that the rear 

passengers are wearing seat belts and 

that the number of seat belts shown as 

fastened corresponds to the number of 

rear seat places occupied.

B

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DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

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Instrument panel A

You can customise your instrument 

panel with the content and colours of 

your choice.

For vehicles fitted with a navigation 

system, refer to the handbook for the 

equipment.

For vehicles not fitted with a naviga-

tion system, refer to the information on 

“Vehicle settings customisation menu” 

in Section 1.

Rev counter 4

(graduations x 1000)

A

5

3

Driving style indicator 3

Please refer to the information on “Eco-

driving” in Section 2.

Speedometer 5

(km or miles per hour)

This is displayed differently according 

to how the instrument panel is custom-

ised.

Overspeed buzzer

Depending on the vehicle and coun-

try, a buzzer sounds for approximately 

10 seconds every 40 seconds, as long 

as the vehicle is travelling in excess of 

72 mph (120 km/h).

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Instrument panel in miles

(option to switch to km/h)
Vehicles not fitted with a navigation 

system

–  With the ignition off, press the OK 

button 2 and the start button 6;

– using control 1, select “Settings”, 

“Instrument panel”, then the unit;

– Press the OK button 2 to confirm.
To return to the previous mode, repeat 

the same operation.

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DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

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Engine oil level low warning

When the engine is started, the instru-

ment panel display A alerts you when 

the minimum oil level is reached. Refer 

to the information on the “Engine oil 

level” in Section 4.
The first time the warning appears, 

it can be cleared by pressing the OK 

button 2.
Subsequent warnings will disappear 

automatically after 30 seconds.

2

A

Coolant temperature 

indicator 6

Fuel level gauge 7

If the level is at the minimum, warn-

ing light 

M

 integrated in the indica-

tor comes on orange, accompanied by 

a beep. Fill up as soon as possible.

7

Vehicles fitted with a navigation 

system

On the multifunction screen, select 

“System” , “User profile” and “Unit”.
Note: In both cases, once the battery 

is switched off, the on-board computer 

automatically returns to the original unit 

of measurement.

Trip computer and warning 

system

Refer to the information on the “Trip 

computer and warning system” in 

Section 1.

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Display selection keys 2

Scroll through the following information 

by repeated short presses on the con-

trol 2 (the display depends on the vehi-

cle equipment and country):
a)  total mileage and trip mileage re-

corder;

b) journey parameters:

–  

current fuel consumption;

–  Estimated range with remaining fuel;

– distance travelled;

– average speed;
c) mileage before service;
d) tyre pressure reset;
e) trip log, operating faults and informa-

tion message readout;

f)  Estimated range with remaining rea-

gent.

On-board computer 1

Depending on the vehicle, this includes 

the following functions:
– distance travelled;
– journey parameters;
– information messages;
–  operating fault messages (associ-

ated with the 

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 warning light);

–  warning messages (associated with 

the 

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 warning light);

All these functions are described on the 

following pages.

TRIP COMPUTER:  general information 

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ON-BOARD COMPUTER: general information 

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Interpreting some of the 

values displayed after 

resetting

The values showing average fuel con-

sumption and average speed will 

become more stable and reliable the 

further you have travelled since the last 

time the Reset button was pressed.
The average fuel consumption may de-

crease when:
–  

the vehicle stops accelerating;

–  

the engine reaches its operating 

temperature (if the engine was cold 

when the reset key was pressed);

–  

when driving from an urban area 

onto the open road.

Automatic resetting of the 

journey parameters

Resetting occurs automatically when 

the maximum value of any of the pa-

rameters is exceeded.

Trip mileage resetting

With “trip mileage recorder” selected 

on the display, press key OK 3 until the 

mileage recorder resets to zero.

Resetting the journey 

parameters (reset button)

with the display showing one of the trip 

settings, press key OK 3 until the dis-

play is reset to zero.

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ON-BOARD COMPUTER: trip settings 

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

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

101 778 km

a) Total mileage and trip mileage recorder.

   112,4 km

Fuel used

b) Journey parameters:

Fuel consumed since the last reset.

8 l

Current

  Current fuel consumption.

This value is displayed after a speed of approximately 20 mph (30 km/h) is 

reached.

7,4 l/100

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ON-BOARD COMPUTER: trip settings 

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

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

Range

  Estimated range with remaining fuel.

The value is displayed after driving 400 metres.

541 km

Distance

 Distance 

travelled since last reset.

522 km

Average

 Average 

speed since the last reset.

The value is displayed after driving 400 metres.

123,4 km/h

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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