Renault Trafic (2018 year). Instruction - part 12

 

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Renault Trafic (2018 year). Instruction - part 12

 

 

3.20

6

Luggage compartment light 6

It comes on when the boot is opened.

With the doors properly shut, lock-

ing or starting the engine make the 

interior lights and the courtesy lights 

go out.

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(2/3)

Glove box light 5

This lights up when the glovebox is 

opened.

5

3.21

Rear light 8

Turn the switch 9 to activate:
– permanent lighting;
–  intermittent lighting, which comes 

on when a rear door is opened. The 

light only goes out when the doors 

are correctly closed;

–  lighting switches off immediately.

9

8

INTERIOR LIGHTING 

(3/3)

Light for rear seats 7

Press the switch 7 to activate:
– permanent lighting;
–  immediate switching off.

7

3.22

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(1/9)

Location 1

This location can be used as a cup 

holder, a storage compartment or as a 

receptacle to fit the ashtray.

Storage compartment 3

To open, pull the handle 2.

Nothing should be placed 

on the floor (area in front of 

driver) as such objects may 

slide under the pedal during 

braking manoeuvres, thus obstruc-

ting its use.

3

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” sto-

rage compartments in such 

a way that they may fall onto pas-

sengers during sudden turning, bra-

king or in the event of an accident.

2

1

Sun visor storage 4

This can be used for storing motorway 

tickets, cards, etc.

4

3.23

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(2/9)

5

Storage 5

These can hold bank cards, loose 

change, etc.

Telephone holder 6

Using a telephone and/or 

multimedia tablet
We remind you of the need 

to conform to the legislation 

in force concerning the use of such 

equipment.

6

3.24

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(3/9)

Holder for multimedia tablet 8

Pull the handle 7 towards you fully.
Swivel the holder 8 and push it in fully.

If necessary, lower the base 9 of the 

holder 8 to extend it.
To refit it, pull the holder fully towards 

you, lift it up until it is horizontal and 

push it in fully.

7

8

8

9

3.25

Dashboard passenger 

storage compartment 15

To open, press the control 14.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(4/9)

Dashboard storage 

compartment 1011 and 13

Location 12

This location can be used as a cup 

holder, a storage compartment or as a 

receptacle to fit the ashtray.

Passenger side glove box

To open, press control 16.
Depending on the vehicle, the glove 

box may have ventilation and air condi-

tioning (one 1.5 litre bottle can be 

stored there).

Nothing should be placed 

on the floor (area in front of 

driver) as such objects may 

slide under the pedal during 

braking manoeuvres, thus obstruc-

ting its use.

16

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” sto-

rage compartments in such 

a way that they may fall onto pas-

sengers during sudden turning, bra-

king or in the event of an accident.

10

11

12

13

15

14

3.26

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(5/9)

Location 17

This location can be used as a cup 

holder, a storage compartment or as a 

receptacle to fit the ashtray.

Front door storage 

compartments 18

When turning corners, 

accelerating or braking, 

ensure that the recep-

tacle being held by the cup 

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

escapes.

Storage compartment 20 

under the front seat

To access this, pull the tab 19 and move 

the seat A forwards.

Always close the seat base 

when driving:
– there is a risk of injury 

when braking suddenly or 

in the event of an accident;

–  there is a risk of objects being 

hurled through the passenger 

compartment.

20

17

18

A

19

3.27

Storage 25
To open, press control 22.
The strap 26 inside can keep an item 

in position.
With the storage 25 closed, the pas-

sage 27 allows you to plug in a charg-

ing cord to connect devices to an ac-

cessories socket.

Seatback in table position

On equipped vehicles, lower the back 

of the centre seat by lifting the con-

trol 24. On the back of the centre seat 

you will find:

–  a cup holder 21;

– storage 25;

– a shelf 23.

When turning corners, 

accelerating or braking, 

ensure that the recep-

tacle being held by the cup 

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

escapes.

It is forbidden to sit in the 

centre seat if its seatback is 

folded down.

24

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(6/9)

23

25

26

Note: Make sure the storage 17 is 

closed before folding back the centre 

seat.

17

21

22

27

3.28

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the open storage 

compartments in such a 

way that they may fall on any pas-

sengers during sudden turning, bra-

king or in the event of an accident.

You can attach it using the document 

grip 32.
To remove the tray, press the con-

trol 33.
NB: Make sure you replace the tray 

and remove any item from the cup 

holder before raising the centre seat 

back. Check that the back of the centre 

seat is properly locked.

Tray 23
To unlock the tray, press the control 30.
To install the tray, insert the end 

pieces 31 of the tray into the slots 28 

or 29.

23

28

29

31

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(7/9)

23

30

33

32

3.29

Grab handle 34

This offers support and can be held 

when the vehicle is being driven.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(8/9)

Do not use it for getting into or out of 

the vehicle.

34

Clothes hooks 35

Depending on the vehicle, hooks may 

be placed in the partition in the loading 

space.
For safety reasons, this hook may only 

be used to hang clothes.

35

36

Rear load area storage 

compartment 36

Reserved for the transport of objects 

only.
The total weight of the rear load area 

storage compartment must not exceed 

35 kg, evenly distributed.

Do not hang any heavy and/

or sharp objects which may 

fall while you are driving. 

Risk of injury.

3.30

Use the flap 40 to extend the load 

length:

–  pull the tab 39 to raise the seat B;

–  move the flap 40 towards the interior 

of the seat by pulling the tab 41.

PASSENGER COMPARTMENT STORAGE, FITTINGS 

(9/9)

37

Recess 38 and flap 40

Depending on the length of the objects 

being transported in the rear load area, 

you can use the recess 38.

Open the flap 37, held in place by mag-

nets.

40

B

41

Nothing should be placed 

on the floor (area in front of 

driver) as such objects may 

slide under the pedal during 

braking manoeuvres, thus obstruc-

ting its use.

Ensure that no hard, heavy 

or pointed objects are 

placed in the “open” sto-

rage compartments in such 

a way that they may fall onto pas-

sengers during sudden turning, bra-

king or in the event of an accident.

38

39

When the flap 40 is open, 

use of the front side pas-

senger seat is prohibited. 

Risk of serious injury when 

braking sharply or in an impact.

3.31

ASHTRAY, ACCESSORIES SOCKET 

(1/2)

Ashtray

It can be housed in either position 1 

or 2.

If your vehicle is not fitted with a 

cigar lighter and an ashtray, these 

can be obtained from an approved 

Dealer.

1

1

2

3.32

ASHTRAY, ACCESSORIES SOCKET 

(2/2)

Accessories socket

The  3 socket and, depending on the 

vehicle, sockets 4 and 5 are designed 

for connecting accessories which 

have been approved by our Technical 

Department. Their power level should 

not exceed 120 Watts (12V).

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

4

5

3.33

To refit the headrest

Insert the headrest rods into the holes 

(tilt the seatback if necessary). Lower 

the headrest as far as it will go, then 

lift until it locks into place. Check that 

each rod 2 on the seatback is securely 

locked.

The headrest is a safety 

component, check that it is 

fitted and in the correct po-

sition.

To raise the headrest

Press button 1 and lift the headrest to 

release it (tilt the seatback if neces-

sary).

REAR HEAD RESTS

1

2

3.34

REAR BENCH SEATS: functions 

(1/4)

Depending on the vehicle, there may 

be two rear bench seats: bench seat 2 

(2nd row of seats) and bench seat 1 

(3rd row of seats).

Bench seat 2

Insert the buckles 3 into the housings 4 

before moving the seatback(s).
To assist with access to the last row 

(bench seat 1), move control 5 down-

wards (movement A) to tilt the bench 

seat back 2.
Remember to lock the seat belt in place 

once more when a passenger is oc-

cupying the seat.

Ensure that the bench seats 

are locked in place correctly 

when refitting them.
Check that the side seat 

belts are locked in their unit cor-

rectly.

2

1

4

5

A

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

3

3.35

Bench seat 1

This can be folded away and folded 

down.

To fold it down
–  Pull seat back unlocking strap 6;
–  fold down the seatback onto the seat 

base.

1

7

B

To fold down

(depending on the vehicle)
–  Hold the bars 7 and bring them to-

gether simultaneously (move-

ment B);

–  tilt the seat unit forwards until it locks;
–  press on the top of the seat (at C

and lock the seat in position by 

pushing the locking levers 8;

–  ensure it is correctly locked in place.

When moving the rear 

bench seat, check that 

the bench seat anchor-

age points are clean (they 

should be free from grit, cloths or 

any other item which may prevent 

the bench seat from locking se-

curely).

REAR BENCH SEATS: functions 

(2/4)

6

8

C

C

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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