Renault Sandero (2012 year). Instruction - part 3

 

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Renault Sandero (2012 year). Instruction - part 3

 

 

air bag

activating the front passenger air bags ............(current page)

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Sécurité enfants : désactivation/activation airbag passager avant (B90 - L90 Ph2 - F90 Ph2 - R90 Ph2 - Dacia)

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CHILD SAFETY: deactivating/activating the front passenger air bag 

(3/3)

Operating faults

It is forbidden to fit a rear-facing child 

seat to the front passenger seat if the 

air bag 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.

Activation of the front 

passenger air bag

(depending on vehicle)
You  should  reactivate  the  air  bag  as 

soon as you remove the child seat from 

the front passenger seat to ensure the 

protection  of  your  front  passenger  in 

the event of an impact.
To reactivate the air bag: with the ve-

hicle stopped and the ignition off, press 

and turn button 1 to the ON position.
With the ignition on, it is 

essential to 

check that warning light 2

]

, is off.

1

2

rear view mirrors ...................................(up to the end of the DU)

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Rétroviseurs (B90 - Dacia)

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Rear view mirrors

REAR VIEW MIRRORS

Interior rear view mirror

Its position can be adjusted. When driv-

ing at night, to avoid being dazzled by 

the  headlights  of  the  vehicle  behind, 

depress the little lever located behind 

the rear view mirror 3.

1

2

B

A

0

3

Door mirrors with manual 

adjustment

To adjust the mirror, move lever 1.

Foldable door mirrors

Fold the door mirror manually against 

the door window.

Door mirrors with electrical 

adjustment:

With the ignition on, move button 2:

–  position A  to  adjust  the  left-hand 

door mirror;

–  position B  to  adjust  the  right-hand 

door mirror;

0 is the neutral centre position.

Heated door mirrors

The  mirror  is  de-iced  when  the  rear 

screen  is  de-iced/demisted;  refer  to 

the  information  on  the  “Heated  rear 

screen”.

controls .................................................(up to the end of the DU)

driver’s position ....................................(up to the end of the DU)

dashboard.............................................(up to the end of the DU)

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Driving position

DRIVER’S POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE 

(1/2)

The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY.

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rear screen

demisting .........................................................(current page)

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DRIVER’S POSITION, LEFT-HAND DRIVE 

(2/2)

The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY.

  1  Side air vent.

  2  Demister outlet.

  3  Stalk for:

–  direction indicator lights,

–  exterior lights,

–  front fog lights,

–  rear fog lights,

–  horn.

  4  Instrument panel.

  5  Location for driver’s air bag.

  6  Steering  column  stalk  for  wind-

screen and rear screen wash/wipe.

On-board computer information re-

adout control.

  7  Centre air vents.

  8  Location for passenger air bag or 

storage compartment.

  9  Demister outlet.

 10  Side air vent.

 11  Passenger air bag activation/deac-

tivation switch.

 12  Glove box.

 13  Location for radio or storage com-

partment.

 14  Electric window control.

 15  Central door locking switch.

 16  Hazard warning lights switch.

 17  Heating and ventilation controls.

 18  Cigar lighter.

 19  Handbrake.

 20  Rear window electric locking con-

trol.

 21  Electric door mirror control.

 22  Location for ashtray or cup holder.

 23  Gear lever.

 24  Heated rear screen control.

 25  Electric window control.

 26  Ignition switch.

 27  Headlight beam height adjustment 

control.

 28  Bonnet release.

 29  Fuse flap.

controls .................................................(up to the end of the DU)

driver’s position ....................................(up to the end of the DU)

dashboard.............................................(up to the end of the DU)

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Poste de conduite direction à droite (B90 - Dacia)

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The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY.

DRIVER’S POSITION, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE 

(1/2)

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  1  Side air vent.

  2  Demister outlet.

  3  Storage  compartment  or  location 

for passenger air bag.

  4  Centre air vents.

  5  Stalk for:

–  direction indicator lights,

–  exterior lights,

–  front fog lights,

–  rear fog lights.

  6  Instrument panel.

  7  Location  for  driver’s  air  bag  (de-

pending on vehicle).

  8  Windscreen wiper/washer stalk.

On-board computer information re-

adout control.

  9  Demister outlet.

 22  Rear window electric locking con-

trol

 23  Electric door mirror control.

 24  Location for ashtray or cup holder.

 25  Gear lever.

 26  Heated rear screen control.

 27  Electric window control.

 28  Glove box.

 29  Passenger air bag activation/deac-

tivation switch.

DRIVER’S POSITION, RIGHT-HAND DRIVE 

(2/2)

The presence of the equipment DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE VERSION AND COUNTRY.

 10  Side air vent.

 11  Fuse box.

 12  Bonnet release.

 13  Headlight beam height adjustment 

control.

 14  Ignition switch.

 15  Location for radio or storage com-

partment.

 16  Electric window control.

 17  Central locking switch.

 18  Hazard warning lights switch.

 19  Heating and ventilation controls.

 20  Cigar lighter.

 21  Handbrake.

control instruments ...............................(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ...................................(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights........................................(up to the end of the DU)

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x

Anti-lock  braking  warning 

light

This light comes on when the ignition is 

switched on and goes out within three 

seconds.  If  it  lights  up  when  you  are 

driving, it indicates a fault in the anti-

lock braking system. Braking will then 

be as normal, without the ABS system: 

contact an approved dealer urgently.

]

Front passenger air bag de-

activation warning light.

Refer  to  the  information  on  “Child 

Safety” in Section 1.

ç

Seat belt reminder light
This warning light goes out to 

let you know that the seat belt has been 

correctly fastened.

Warning lights

m

Dipped beam headlight tell-

tale light

o

Main beam headlight tell-tale 

light 

 

#

Engine  oil  change  warning 

light

This lights up on the instrument panel 

when an oil change is required.

Change the oil or have it changed as 

soon as possible.
Only the distance travelled between two 

oil changes is taken into account; the 

time interval between two oil changes 

is not. 

The  oil  should  always  be  changed 

when the first threshold is reached, i.e. 

either the distance travelled or the inter-

val specified in your vehicle’s mainte-

nance document. This means you may 

have to change the oil before the warn-

ing light comes on.

Refer  to  the  information  on  the  “Oil 

change” in Section 4.

WARNING LIGHTS 

(1/3)

The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

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

The 

û

 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 re-

start it. Contact an approved Dealer.

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WARNING LIGHTS 

(2/3)

ê

Engine  immobiliser  system 

warning light

This light performs several functions.
Refer to the information on the “Engine 

immobiliser” in Section 1.

6

Electronic  fault  or  preheat-

ing warning light 
Preheating warning light

This light should come on when the ig-

nition key is in position 

M; it indicates 

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

plete and the engine can be started.

Electronic fault warning light 
If it remains lit or comes on when you 

are driving, it indicates an electrical or 

electronic  fault.  Contact  an  approved 

dealer as soon as possible

V

Rear  screen  de-icing/de-

misting indicator light

Ú

Battery charge warning light
It should go out as soon as the 

engine starts.
If it comes on when you are driving, it 

indicates that the circuit is overcharging 

or has discharged. Stop and contact an 

approved Dealer.

Ä

Toxic  Fume  Filter  System 

Warning Light

On equipped vehicles, the light comes 

on when the ignition is switched on then 

goes out.
–  If it comes on continuously, consult 

an approved dealer as soon as pos-

sible.

–  If it flashes, reduce the engine speed 

until the light stops flashing. Contact 

an approved dealer as soon as pos-

sible.

Refer  to  the  information  on 

“Antipollution, fuel economy and driv-

ing” in Section 2.

The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Ô

Coolant  temperature  warn-

ing light

This  goes  out  as  soon  as  the  engine 

starts.  If  it  comes  on  when  driving,  it 

indicates  an  increase  in  the  coolant 

temperature.  Stop  and  let  the  engine 

idle for a minute or two; the tempera-

ture should fall. If it does not fall, stop 

the engine and allow it to cool before 

checking the coolant level. If the level is 

normal, there is another cause. Consult 

an approved dealer.

À

Oil pressure warning light
It should go out as soon as the 

engine starts; if it comes on when you 

are driving, stop at once and switch off 

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

is being lit by something else. Contact 

an approved Dealer.

d

Direction indicator tell-tale 

light

rear screen

demisting .........................................................(current page)

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WARNING LIGHTS 

(3/3)

The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

D

Handbrake on and brake cir-

cuit incident warning light

If it lights up, check that the hand brake 

is fully released. If not, it indicates that 

the fluid level is low in one of the cir-

cuits. It may be dangerous to continue 

driving, contact an approved dealer.

f

Rear fog light tell-tale 

 

g

Front fog light tell-tale   

Å

Door status warning light  

û

STOP light

This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out as soon as 

the engine is started.

L

Low fuel level warning light
It comes on when the engine 

is started then goes out after three sec-

onds. If it stays on, fill up with fuel as 

soon as possible.

î

LPG mode indicator
Refer to the document for the 

LPG  system  for  vehicles  which  are 

equipped with it.

å

Air bag warning light
This lights up when the ignition 

is switched on and goes out after a few 

seconds.
If it does not light up when the ignition 

is switched on, or lights up when the 

engine is running, there is a fault in the 

system.
Refer  to  the  information  on  “Systems 

in  addition  to  the  front  seat  belts”  in 

Section 1.
Contact an approved dealer as soon as 

possible.

^

Water  in  the  diesel  filter 

warning light

If it remains lit or comes on while driv-

ing, it indicates that water is present in 

the  diesel  filter.  Contact  an  approved 

dealer as soon as possible.

A

Instrument panel A

The 

û

 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 re-

start it. Contact an approved Dealer.

overspeed buzzer ..................................................(current page)

control instruments ...............................(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ...................................(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights........................................(up to the end of the DU)

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Displays and indicators

Rev counter 1 (rpm × 1 000)

Speedometer 2 (km or miles 

per hour)

Overspeed buzzer

Depending  on  the  vehicle,  a  buzzer 

sounds for approximately 10 seconds 

every 30 seconds, as long as the ve-

hicle is travelling in excess of 72 mph 

(120 km/h).

Speedometer 2 Dual speed 

scale (miles per hour and km 

per hour)

(depending on vehicle)

2

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(1/2)

1

fuel level ................................................................(current page)

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DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(2/2)

Fuel gauge 3

The  number  of  squares  lit  shows  the 

fuel level. When it is at minimum, the 

squares  disappear  and  the  low  fuel 

level warning light comes on.

Coolant temperature 

indicator 4

The number of squares lit depends on 

the engine coolant temperature. There 

is  no  warning  unless  the  last  three 

squares light up.

Multifunction display A

Total  mileage  recorder,  distance  trav-

elled trip mileometer, clock.
OR

Trip computer and warning 

system

Refer  to  the  information  on  the  “Trip 

computer  and  warning  system”  in 

Section 1.

Multifunction key 5

– 

Display selection 
By pressing the button you can shift 

from the total mileage recorder, trip 

mileometer and time or vice-versa.

– 

Resetting  the  trip  mileage  re-

corder
Once the trip mileage display is se-

lected, press and hold the button.

– 

Resetting the clock
Refer  to  the  information  on  the 

“Clock” in Section 1.

4

3

A

5

control instruments ...............................(up to the end of the DU)

trip computer and warning system........(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights........................................(up to the end of the DU)

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Trip computer and warning system

TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (1/4)

Display 1

General reset and trip 

mileage recorder reset key 2

To reset the trip mileage recorder, the 

display must show the Trip mileometer 

function.
Press and hold button 2.

Display selection key 3

Keep  pressing  key 3  briefly  to  scroll 

through the following information (de-

pending on the vehicle) in sequence:
a) total mileage recorder,

b) trip mileage recorder,

c) fuel used,

d) average consumption,

e) estimated range,

f) distance travelled,

g) average speed.

Refer  to  the  table  on  the  following 

pages showing display examples.

1

2

3

The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

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Interpreting some of the 

values displayed after 

resetting

The values showing average fuel con-

sumption,  range  and  average  speed 

will  become  more  stable  and  reliable 

the further you travel after pressing 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 con-

sumption since the last time the reset 

button was pressed. Therefore, the fuel 

consumption may decrease when:

–   the vehicle stops accelerating;
–   the  engine  reaches  its  operat-

ing  temperature  (if  the  engine 

was cold when the reset key was 

pressed);

–   driving from an urban area onto 

the open road;

   Therefore, if the average fuel con-

sumption  decreases,  the  range 

will increase.

–  You may also notice that the aver-

age  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 param-

eters: with the display showing one of 

the journey parameters, press button 2 

until the display is reset.
Automatically resetting the journey pa-

rameters: the reset is automatic when 

the capacity of one of the memories is 

exceeded.

TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (2/4)

The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

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TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (3/4)

The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Examples of display selec-

tions  by  repeatedly  press-

ing 3

Interpreting the display

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 account the 

distance travelled and the fuel used since the last time the reset button was 

pressed.

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TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM (4/4)

The information displayed DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Examples of display 

selections by repeatedly 

pressing 3

Interpreting the display

e) 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.

f) Distance travelled since the last reset.

g) Average speed since the last reset.

The value is displayed after driving around 400 metres.

lighting:

exterior ............................................(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

dipped beam headlights ...................................(current page)

lights:

side lights .........................................................(current page)

lights:

main beam headlights ......................................(current page)

lights .....................................................(up to the end of the DU)

signals and lights ..................................(up to the end of the DU)

control instruments ...............................(up to the end of the DU)

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Exterior lighting and signals

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

(1/2)

u

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  stalk 1  in  dipped  beam 

headlights position, move the stalk to-

wards you.
When the main beam headlights are lit, 

an indicator light lights up on the instru-

ment panel.
To return to the dipped beam headlight 

position, pull the switch stalk towards 

you.

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Switching off the lights

Return the end of stalk 1 to its 

initial position.

Lights-on reminder buzzer

A  warning  buzzer  will  sound  when  a 

front  door  is  opened  and  the  lights 

are left on after the ignition has been 

switched  off  (to  prevent  discharge  of 

the battery).

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).
Check that the lights are not obscured (by dirt, mud, snow or objects 

which could cover them).

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