Renault Talisman (2016 year). Instruction - part 2

 

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Renault Talisman (2016 year). Instruction - part 2

 

 

1.18

AUTOMATIC LOCKING WHEN DRIVING

Operating principle

After the vehicle is started, the system 

automatically locks the doors when you 

are driving at approximately 6 mph 

(10 km/h) and over.

The door can be unlocked:

–  by pressing central door unlocking 

switch 2.

–  at a standstill, by opening a front 

door from inside the vehicle.
Note: if a door is opened or closed, it 

will automatically lock again when the 

vehicle reaches a speed of 6 mph 

(10 km/h).

Activating/deactivating the 

function

To switch it on: with the vehicle at a 

standstill and the engine running, press 

switch 2 until a beep sounds.
To deactivate: with the vehicle at a 

standstill and the engine running, press 

switch 2 until two beeps sound.
You can also activate/deactivate the 

function from the menu on the multi-

function screen 1 (refer to the infor-

mation on the «Vehicle settings custo-

misation menu» section 1, «Auto door 

locking while driving» function).

Operating faults

If you experience an operating fault (no 

automatic locking, the indicator light in-

corporated in switch 2 does not light up 

when trying to lock the doors and boot, 

etc.), make sure that locking has not 

been deactivated by mistake and check 

that the doors and boot are properly 

closed. If they are correctly locked and 

the fault is still present, contact an au-

thorised dealer.

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Driver’s responsibility
If you decide to keep the 

doors locked when you are 

driving, remember that it 

may be more difficult for those as-

sisting you to gain access to the 

passenger compartment in the 

event of an emergency.

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1.19

To raise the headrest

Pull the headrest upwards to the de-

sired height.

To lower the headrest

Press button 2 and guide the headrest 

down to the desired height.

To adjust the angle of the 

headrest

Depending on the vehicle, move sec-

tion A towards or away from you to the 

required position.

To adjust side supports B

Depending on the vehicle, sections B 

can be adjusted independently to the 

desired position.

To remove the headrest

Raise it to its highest position (tilt the 

seatback backwards if necessary). 

Press button 2 and lift the headrest to 

release it.

To refit the headrest

Check that the headrest rods are 

clean 3.

Insert the headrest rods into the holes 1 

(tilt the seatback backwards if neces-

sary).

Lower the headrest until it locks, press 

button 2 and lower the headrest as far 

as it will go.

Check that the headrest is properly 

locked in place.

FRONT HEADRESTS

The headrest is an impor-

tant safety component: 

ensure that it is in place and 

in the correct position. The 

distance between your head and the 

headrest and the distance between 

the head and section A should be 

as small as possible.

B

A

B

2

3

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1.20

FRONT SEATS WITH MANUAL CONTROL 

(1/2)

To move the seat forwards or 

backwards

Lift handle 1 to release. Release the 

handle at the desired position and 

make sure that it is locked.

To raise or lower the seat 

base

Move lever 2 as many times as neces-

sary upwards or downwards.

To tilt the seatback

Lift handle 3 and tilt the seatback to the 

desired position. Release the handle at 

the desired position and make sure that 

it is locked.

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2

3

4

To adjust the seat’s lumbar 

position

Lower handle 4 to increase the support 

and lift it to decrease it.

1.21

Heated seats

With the ignition on:
–  pressing the switch 5 on the required 

seat for the first time activates the 

heating system at maximum power. 

Both integrated switch warning lights 

come on;

–  a second press decreases the heat-

ing to minimum power. One inte-

grated warning light comes on;

–  pressing for the third time turns the 

heating off.

FRONT SEATS WITH MANUAL CONTROL 

(2/2)

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For safety reasons, make 

these adjustments only 

when the vehicle is station-

ary.

We would advise you not to recline 

the seatbacks too far to ensure that 

the effectiveness of the seat belts is 

not reduced.
Nothing should be placed on the 

floor (area in front of driver) as such 

objects may slide under the pedal 

during braking manoeuvres, thus 

obstructing its use.

Operating faults

When an operating fault is detected, 

the integrated warning lights on the 

switch 5 for the seat concerned flash.
Consult an approved dealer.

1.22

FRONT SEATS WITH ELECTRIC CONTROLS 

(1/2)

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

Make sure that the seatbacks are 

correctly locked in place.
We would advise you not to recline 

the seatbacks too far to ensure that 

the effectiveness of the seat belts is 

not reduced.
No object should be placed on the 

floor (in front of the driver). such 

objects may slide under the pedals 

during sudden braking manoeuvres 

and obstruct their use.

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2

3

On equipped vehicles, switch 1 grants 

access to the seats menu on the multi-

function screen (please refer to the fol-

lowing pages).

Adjusting the seatback

To tilt the seatback, move the top of 

switch 2 forwards or backwards.

Adjusting the lumbar support 

on the driver’s seat

Move the switch 3 forwards, back-

wards, up or down.

Make sure that the seat-

backs are correctly locked 

in place.

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5

Adjusting the seat position

To move the seat forwards or back-

wards

Move switch 4 forwards or backwards.
To raise or lower the seat base

Move the back of switch 4 up or down.
To tilt the seat base 

(depending on the vehicle)

Move the front of switch 4 upwards or 

downwards.

Adjusting the seat length

Lift handle 5 to unlock. Release the 

handle at the desired position and 

make sure that it is locked.

1.23

FRONT SEATS WITH ELECTRIC CONTROLS 

(2/2)

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Heated seats

With the ignition on:
–  pressing the switch 6 on the required 

seat for the first time activates the 

heating system at maximum power. 

Both integrated switch warning lights 

come on;

–  a second press decreases the heat-

ing to minimum power. One inte-

grated warning light comes on;

–  pressing for the third time turns the 

heating off.

Ventilated seats

Ventilation seats work on the princi-

ple of absorbing and exporting the air 

in the passenger compartment without 

using the vehicle’s air conditioning and 

heating functions. For the best perform-

ance, you are advised to use this func-

tion with air conditioning switched on.

With the ignition on:
– pressing the switch 7 on the re-

quired seat for the first time activates 

the ventilation system at maximum 

power. Both integrated switch warn-

ing lights come on;

–  a second press decreases the ven-

tilation to minimum power. One inte-

grated warning light comes on;

–  a third press switches off ventilation.
Note: if you switch off the engine and 

restart it, the ventilation or heating func-

tion will be off.

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1.24

FRONT SEATS: Functions 

(1/3)

Massage

You can activate the driver and front 

passenger seat massage function.
Using the multifunction screen, 

select menu “Vehicle”, “Seats” then 

“Massage”.

Browse menu “Driver” or “Passenger” 

to:
–  select the type of massage (Tonic, 

Relaxing or Lumbar);

–  adjust the intensity (+ or -);
–  adjust the speed (+ or -);
–  reset the selected settings. Press 2 

then “Reset”;

– activate/deactivate the massage 

seat (ON or OFF).

Note: the mode selected in the “Multi-

Sense” menu may affect the massage 

configuration (please refer to the infor-

mation in “Multi-Sense” in Section 3).

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Using the multifunction screen, de-

pending on the vehicle you can access 

a number of seat functions.
On equipped vehicles, switch 1 grants 

direct access to the seat menu on the 

multifunction screen.
Please refer to the multimedia equip-

ment instructions for further informa-

tion.

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Massage

Passenger

Driver

Massage

ON

Tonic

Relaxing Lumbar

Intensity

Speed

1.25

FRONT SEATS: Functions 

(2/3)

Settings

Using the multifunction screen, select 

menu “vehicle”, “Seats” then “Settings”.
You can activate or deactivate the fol-

lowing elements:
–  easy driver access;
–  easy passenger access;
–  Courtesy for passenger;
– visual feedback of current move-

ment.

Easy driver and passenger access
Press ON or OFF to activate or deacti-

vate this function.
When this function is activated, the 

seat automatically moves back when 

the driver or passenger leaves the vehi-

cle, and returns to its position when the 

start button is pressed.

Courtesy for passenger
Press ON or OFF to activate or deacti-

vate this function.
When this function is activated, the 

driver can adjust the passenger seat 

using switches 34 and 5.

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3

4

5

Easy access driver

Easy access passenger

Courtesy for passenger

Position

ON

ON

OFF

1.26

FRONT SEATS: Functions 

(3/3)

Position
It is possible to store six profiles from 

the multifunction screen (refer to the 

multimedia equipment instructions).
Each profile includes the driving posi-

tion of driver’s seat as well as the front 

passenger seat position.
A driving position includes the settings 

for the driver’s seat base and seatback 

and, depending on the vehicle, the door 

mirrors.
The storage and recall of the driving 

and front passenger position is possi-

ble by pressing the buttons:

–  RENAULT hands-free card detected;

–  when the driver’s door is opened.

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Simultaneous recall of the saved 

driving positions and front 

passenger seat
With the vehicle at a standstill
, using 

the multifunction screen, select menu 

“Vehicle”, “Seats”, “Settings” then 

“Position”, select “Recall” and confirm.
Note: recall of the saved driving po-

sition is interrupted if one of the seat 

adjustment buttons is pressed during 

recall.
When driving, it is not possible to 

recall a driving position.

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For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is stationary.

Simultaneous saving of the driving 

position and the front passenger 

seat

– for the two front seats, adjust the 

seats using switches 3,  4 and 5 

(please refer to the information on 

the previous page);

–  for the driver’s seat, adjust the door 

mirrors;

–  from the multifunction screen, select 

menu “Vehicle”, “Seats”, “Settings” 

then “Position” and select “Save”.

The positions of the door mirrors in a 

forward gear and in reverse and the po-

sitions of the front seats are stored, de-

pending on the vehicle.

ON

Position

Visual feedback

Recall

Save

1.27

Always wear your seat belt when trav-

elling in your vehicle. You must also 

comply with the legislation of the par-

ticular country you are in.

SEAT BELTS 

(1/3)

Seat belts which are incor-

rectly adjusted or twisted 

may cause injuries in the 

event of an accident.

Use one seat belt per person, 

whether child or adult.
Even pregnant women should wear 

a seat belt. In this case, ensure that 

the lap belt is not exerting too much 

pressure on the abdomen, but do 

not allow any slack.

Before starting, first adjust your driv-

ing position, then ask all occupants 

to adjust their seat belts to ensure 

optimum protection.

Adjusting your driving 

position

–  Sit well back in your seat (having 

first removed your coat or jacket). 

This is essential to ensure your back 

is positioned correctly;

–  adjust the distance between the 

seat and the pedals. Your seat 

should be as far back as possible 

while still allowing you to depress 

the clutch pedal fully. The seatback 

should be adjusted so that your arms 

are slightly bent when you hold the 

steering wheel;

–  adjust the position of your head-

rest. For maximum safety, your head 

must be as close as possible to the 

headrest;

–  adjust the height of the seat. This 

adjustment allows you to select the 

seat position which offers you the 

best possible view;

  adjust the position of the steering 

wheel.

Adjusting the seat belts

Sit with your back firmly against the 

seatback.
Shoulder strap 1 should be as close as 

possible to the base of the neck but not 

on it.
Lap belt 2 should be worn flat over the 

thighs and against the pelvis.
The belt should be worn so that it is 

as close as possible to your body, ie.: 

avoid wearing heavy clothing or keep-

ing bulky objects under the belts, etc.

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2

1.28

SEAT BELTS 

(2/3)

Locking

Unwind the belt slowly and smoothly 

and ensure that buckle 3 locks into 

catch 5 (check that it is locked by pull-

ing on buckle 3).

If the belt jams, allow it to return slightly 

before attempting to unwind it again.

If your seat belt is completely jammed, 

pull slowly, but firmly, so that just over 

3 cm unwinds. Allow it to return slightly 

before attempting to unwind it again.

If there is still a problem, contact an ap-

proved dealer.

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Driver’s seat belt reminder 

and, depending on the vehi-

cle, front passenger seat belt re-

minder

This lights up on the interior rear-view 

mirror when starting the engine then, 

if the driver’s or front passenger’s seat 

belt (if this seat is occupied) is not fas-

tened and the vehicle has reached 

approximately 12 mph (20 km/h), it 

flashes and a bleep sounds for around 

120 seconds.

Note: an object placed on the passen-

ger seat base may activate the warning 

light in some cases.
Rear seat belt reminder (depending 

on vehicle)

Warning light 

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 lights up on the 

instrument panel, accompanied by the 

graphic 6 for approximately 30 seconds 

each time the vehicle is started, a door 

is opened or a rear seat belt is fastened 

or unfastened.

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3

4

5

5

Check that the rear passengers are 

wearing seat belts and that the number 

of seat belts shown as fastened cor-

responds to the number of rear seat 

places occupied.
On the graphic 6:

–  marker in green: seat belt fastened;

–  marker in red: seat belt unfastened.

Unfastening

Press button 4 and the seat belt will be 

rewound by the inertia reel. Guide the 

belt.

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1.29

SEAT BELTS 

(3/3)

Adjusting the height of the 

front seat belts

Use button 7 to adjust the seat belt 

height so that the shoulder strap is worn 

as shown previously. Press the button 7 

and raise or lower the seat belt. Make 

sure that the seat belt is locked in posi-

tion correctly after you have adjusted it.
The following information applies 

to the vehicle’s front and rear seat 

belts.

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–  No modification may be made to the component parts of the originally 

fitted restraint system: belts, seats and their mountings. For special op-

erations (e.g. fitting child seats) contact an authorised dealer.

– Do not use devices which allow any slack in the belts (e.g. clothes 

pegs, clips, etc.): a seat belt which is worn too loosely may cause injury in the 

event of an accident.

–  Never wear the shoulder strap under your arm or behind your back.

–  Never use the same belt for more than one person and never hold a baby or 

child on your lap with your seat belt around them.

–  The belt should never be twisted.

–  Following an accident, have the seat belts checked and replaced if necessary. 

Always replace your seat belts as soon as they show any signs of wear.

–  Make sure that the buckle is inserted into the appropriate catch.

–  Ensure that no objects are placed in the area around the seat belt catch as 

they could prevent it from being properly secured.

–  When refitting the rear seats, make sure the seat belts are correctly positioned 

so that they can be used correctly.

–  Make sure the seat belt catch is properly positioned (it should not be hidden 

away, crushed or flattened by people or objects).

The following information applies to the vehicle’s front and rear seat belts.

1.30

Centre rear seat

Slowly unwind belt 4.
Click the sliding buckle 5 into the corre-

sponding red catch 6.

Rear side seats

Slowly unwind belt 1.
Click the sliding buckle 2 into the corre-

sponding red catch 3.

Check that the rear seat 

belts are positioned and op-

erating correctly each time 

the rear seats are moved.

Rear seat functions
Refer to the information on the 

“Rear bench seat” in Section 3.

REAR SEAT BELTS

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2

3

6

5

4

Before folding down any side rear seat, 

fasten the seat belt buckle from the seat 

concerned into its corresponding catch.
This will prevent the seat belt becoming 

trapped when the seat is returned to its 

position for use.
In any case, take care of the good oper-

ating of the seatbelts.

1.31

METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS 

(1/4)

Depending on the vehicle, they are 

composed of:

–  seat belt inertia reel pretension-

ers;

–  central seat belt pretensioners;
–  chest-level load limiter;
–  air bags for driver and front pas-

senger.

These systems are designed to act in-

dependently or together when the vehi-

cle is subjected to a frontal impact.
Depending on the severity of the 

impact, the system can trigger:
–  seat belt locking;
–  the seat belt inertia reel pretensioner 

(which engages to correct seat belt 

slack);

–  the lap belt pretensioners to hold the 

occupant in his seat;

–  the front airbag.

Pretensioners

The pretensioners hold the seat belt 

against the body, holding the occupant 

more securely against the seat, thus in-

creasing the seat belt’s efficiency.
In the event of a severe frontal impact 

and if the ignition is switched on, the 

system may engage the following de-

pending on the force of the impact:
– the seat belt inertia reel preten-

sioner 1 which instantly retracts the 

seat belt;

–  the lap pretensioner 2 on the front 

seats.

–  Have the entire restraint 

system checked following 

an accident.

– No operation whatso-

ever is permitted on any part of 

the system (pretensioners, air 

bags, computers, wiring) and the 

system components must not 

be reused on any other vehicle, 

even if identical.

–  To avoid incorrect triggering of 

the system which may cause 

injury, only qualified personnel 

from an approved Dealer may 

work on the pretensioner and air 

bag system.

–  The electric trigger system may 

only be tested by a specially 

trained technician using special 

equipment.

–  When the vehicle is scrapped, 

contact an approved Dealer for 

disposal of the pretensioner and 

air bag gas generators.

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1.32

METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS 

(2/4)

Load limiter

Above a certain severity of impact, this 

mechanism is used to limit the force of 

the belt against the body so that it is at 

an acceptable level.

Air bags for driver and front 

passenger

Fitted to the driver and passenger side.
The presence of this equipment is in-

dicated by the word “Air bag” on the 

steering wheel and dashboard (air bag 

zone A) and, depending on the vehicle, 

a symbol on the lower section of the 

windscreen.
Each air bag system consists of:
–  an air bag and gas generator fitted 

on the steering wheel for the driver 

and in the dashboard for the front 

passenger;

–  an electronic unit for system monitor-

ing which controls the gas generator 

electrical trigger system;

– remote sensors;

–  a single warning light 

å

 on the 

instrument panel.

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The air bag system uses 

pyrotechnic principles. This 

explains why, when the air 

bag inflates, it will gener-

ate heat, produce smoke (this does 

not mean that a fire is about to start) 

and make a noise upon detonation. 

In a situation where an air bag is 

required, it will inflate immediately 

and this may cause some minor, su-

perficial grazing to the skin or other 

problems.

1.33

METHODS OF RESTRAINT IN ADDITION TO THE FRONT SEAT BELTS 

(3/4)

Operation

This system is only operational when 

the ignition is switched on.
In a severe frontal impact, the air bags 

inflate rapidly, cushioning the impact 

of the driver’s head and chest against 

the steering wheel and of the front pas-

senger against the dashboard. The air 

bags then deflate immediately so that 

the passengers are not in any way hin-

dered from leaving the vehicle.

Operating faults

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  This warning light comes on 

when the engine is started and then 

goes out after approximately three sec-

onds.
If it does not come on when the ignition 

is switched on or if it stays on, there is a 

fault in the system.
Contact your approved Dealer as soon 

as possible.
Your protection will be reduced until this 

fault is rectified.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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