Renault Kadjar (2018 year). Instruction - part 13

 

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Renault Kadjar (2018 year). Instruction - part 13

 

 

3.18

Note: for vehicles fitted with a naviga-

tion system, you can use the multifunc-

tion screen to deactivate/activate the 

courtesy lights which come on when 

the doors or boot are opened. To do 

this, please refer to “Vehicle settings 

customisation menu” in Section 1.

Map reading lights

Press switch 1 to get:
– permanent lighting;
–  immediate switching off.

When the doors or boot are un-

locked and opened, the reading and 

footwell lights come on temporarily.

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(1/2)

With the doors properly shut, lock-

ing or starting the engine makes the 

interior lights and the courtesy lights 

go out.

1

1

3.19

Glove box light

Light  2 comes on when the cover is 

opened.

2

3

Boot lights

Light  3 comes on when the luggage 

compartment is opened.

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(2/2)

3.20

Front sun visor

Lower sun visor 2.

Sun visor storage 3

This can be used for storing motorway 

tickets, cards, etc.

Courtesy mirrors

Lift the cover 4.

Nothing should be placed 

on the floor area in front of 

the driver as such objects 

may slide under the pedal 

during braking manoeuvres, thus 

obstructing its use.

Front door storage pockets 1

They can hold a 0.5-litre bottle.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(1/5)

1

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” storage 

compartments in such a 

way that they may fall onto passen-

gers during sudden turning, braking 

or in the event of an accident.

Centre console storage 

compartment 5

5

When driving, ensure the 

courtesy mirror cover is 

closed. Risk of injury.

3

4

2

3.21

Cup holders 6

This can be used for storing a mobile 

ashtray, cup holder, etc.
This storage compartment has a re-

movable carpet for easy cleaning.

When turning corners, 

accelerating or braking, 

ensure that the recepta-

cle being held by the cup 

holder is not dislodged.
There is a risk of injury if hot liquid 

escapes.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(2/5)

6

Storage compartment under 

the front central armrest A

(depending on the vehicle)
Lift the control 8 and raise the arm-

rest 7.

Front centre armrest storage 

compartment B

Lift the control 9 and raise the arm-

rest 7.

A

9

8

7

B

7

7

3.22

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(3/5)

Glovebox

To open the glovebox, lift the catch 10.

10

11

Grab handle 11

This offers support and can be held 

when the vehicle is being driven.
Do not use it for getting into or out of 

the vehicle.

12

11

Clothes hooks 12

3.23

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(4/5)

Rear centre console storage 

compartments 15

14

Front seat storage pockets 14

15

Storage 13

13

3.24

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(5/5)

17

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” storage 

compartments in such a 

way that they may fall onto passen-

gers during sudden turning, braking 

or in the event of an accident.

Rear armrest with cup holder

Pull down the armrest 16.

16

Rear door storage 

compartment 17

When turning corners, 

accelerating or braking, 

ensure that the recepta-

cle being held by the cup 

holder is not dislodged.
There is a risk of injury if hot liquid 

escapes.

3.25

Ashtray 1

To open, lift the cover. To empty, pull the 

ashtray towards you and it will be re-

leased from its housing.

Accessories sockets 2

They are provided for connecting ac-

cessories approved by our Technical 

Department.

ASHTRAY, CIGARETTE LIGHTER, ACCESSORIES SOCKET

If your vehicle is not fitted with a 

cigar lighter and an ashtray, these 

can be obtained from an approved 

Dealer.

2

1

2

Connect accessories with 

a maximum power of 

120 watts (12 V) only.

When several accessory 

sockets are used at the same time, 

the total power of the connected 

accessories must not exceed 

180 watts.

Fire hazard.

3.26

The headrest is a safety 

component; check that it is 

fitted and in the correct po-

sition. The top of the head-

rest should be as close as possible 

to the top of the head.

Centre seat headrest  storage 

position

Press the button A and lower the cen-

tral headrest 1 completely.
When the headrest is set at the 

lowest position, this is for storage 

only. It should not be in this position 

when a seat is occupied.

To remove a headrest

Raise the headrest as far as it will go, 

then press button A and remove the 

headrest.

The headrests 2 on the rear side seats 

cannot be adjusted.

Position for using the central 

headrest

Raise the central headrest 1 as far 

as possible to use it in the high posi-

tion. Check that the bonnet is correctly 

locked.

REAR HEAD RESTS

A

To refit a headrest

Insert the rods in the holes, press the 

button A and lower the headrest. Check 

that it is correctly locked in place.

1

2

3.27

To manually fold down the 

seatbacks

Ensure that the front seats are far 

enough forward.
Lower the headrests fully.
Depending on the vehicle, put the seat 

belt in the belt guide 2 to avoid damag-

ing it before folding down the seatback.

Pull the control 1 and lower the seat-

back A.

To replace the seatback, proceed in 

the reverse order to removal.

Refit the seatback and click it back into 

place.

REAR BENCH SEAT 

(1/2)

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

When moving the rear 

seats, ensure that nothing 

obstructs the anchorage 

points (passenger’s arm or 

leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).

A

1

The configuration of the 

two-seat bench with the 

small seatback B pulled 

down, does not allow the 

central seat to be used as it would 

be impossible to buckle the seat belt 

(belt buckles inaccessible).

When refitting the seat-

back, make sure it is cor-

rectly locked in place.

If seat covers are fitted

make sure these do not prevent the 

seatback latch from locking in.

Make sure that the seat belts are 

positioned correctly.

Reposition the headrests.

B

2

3.28

To automatically fold down 

the seatbacks (flat position)

From the boot, pulling the control 3 en-

ables you to automatically unlock the 

rear bench seatbacks to get a flat floor.

Conditions of use
– Vehicle stationary;

–  boot lid open;

–  rear seat belts unlocked.

Operating fault
If all user conditions have been ful-

filled and the folding action still fails to 

operate, please contact an authorised 

dealer.

REAR BENCH SEAT 

(2/2)

3

When moving the rear 

seats, ensure that nothing 

obstructs the anchorage 

points (passenger’s arm or 

leg, a pet, gravel, cloth, toys, etc.).

Use restriction

It is forbidden to drive with a seatback 

or a front seat folded down when there 

is a passenger occupying a rear seat.

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

3.29

Opening the doors manually 

from the inside

If it is impossible to unlock the tailgate, 

it can be done manually from inside:
–  access the luggage compartment by 

tilting the rear bench seatback(s),

–  insert a pencil or similar object in 

recess 3 and slide the unit as shown 

in the illustration;

–  push the tailgate to open it.

BOOT

To open

Press button 1 and lift the tailgate.

To close

Lower the tailgate using the handles 2 

inside the tailgate to help you.

1

3

2

3.30

Refitting the luggage 

compartment cover

Position the side 3 of the luggage com-

partment cover in its housing, press the 

side  3 and position the opposite side 

into its housing.

Luggage compartment cover 

storage

Version without emergency spare 

wheel

Lift the false floor 4, then position the 

luggage cover roller 2. Attach it using 

the elastic cords 5 on each side of the 

boot.

To remove the flexible 

section of the luggage cover

Pull then lift the handle 1 gently.
Guide the luggage cover onto the 

roller 2.

Removing the luggage cover

Press the side 3 of the luggage cover 2 

(movement  A), release the opposite 

side from its housing then lift, remove 

the whole cover.

LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT COVER

3

4

5

2

Do not place any heavy or 

solid objects on the luggage 

cover. These may pose a 

risk to the vehicle occu-

pants if the driver has to brake sud-

denly or if the vehicle is involved in 

an accident.

1

2

5

4

A

3.31

Storage position
This allows for more space to store 

things in the boot.
– Remove part B then part A of the 

mobile floor1;

– place part A in the luggage com-

partment under the supports 3 then 

part B.

BOOT FITTINGS 

(1/2)

A

Mobile floor 1

(depending on the vehicle)
It is made up of two independent and 

interchangeable parts, A and B. The 

smooth side is easy to clean.

Flat position
It allows you to have a flat floor by fold-

ing down the back of the rear bench 

seat.
The mobile floor is positioned on sup-

ports 3.

Maximum load allowed on the 

mobile floor when flat: 50 kg evenly 

distributed.

Intermediate position
This enables you to compartmentalise 

the boot into two separate spaces.
–  Remove the part B of the mobile 

floor;

–  place it in the boot using the runners 

provided 2.

1

1

B

1

2

3

3.32

BOOT FITTINGS 

(2/2)

Bag hooks 4

Maximum weight per hook: 5 kg.

Anchorage points

Attachment points 5

If your vehicle is not equipped with 

anchorage points, you can get them 

from an authorised dealer.

4

5

3.33

Always position the heavi-

est items directly on the 

floor. Use the lashing 

points 1 on the boot floor, if 

these are fitted to the vehicle. The 

luggage should be loaded in such a 

way that no items will be thrown for-

ward and strike the occupants if the 

driver has to brake suddenly. Fasten 

the rear seat belts, even if the seats 

are not occupied.

TRANSPORTING OBJECTS IN THE LUGGAGE COMPARTMENT 

Always position the objects transported 

so that the largest surface is against:

–  The rear bench seatback for normal 

loads (example A).

– The front seatbacks with the rear 

seatbacks folded down, the mobile 

floor in the flat-floor position (exam-

ple B).

– The front seatbacks with the rear 

seatbacks folded down, the mobile 

floor in the stored-away position, as is 

the case for maximum loads (exam-

ple C).

If you have to place objects on the folded 

seatback, it is necessary that you lower 

the headrests before folding the seat-

back so that it can be folded as flat as 

possible against the seat.

B

A

1

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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