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FUEL TANK (3/5)
Vehicles with card
With the card in the passenger com-
4
No modifications what-
partment, press the start button 4 with-
soever are permitted on
out pressing any of the pedals. Wait a
any part of the fuel supply
few minutes before starting.
system
(electronic units,
This will enable the fuel circuit to be
wiring, fuel circuit, injectors, pro-
primed. If the engine does not start,
tective covers, etc.) as this may be
repeat the procedure.
dangerous (unless undertaken by
qualified Network personnel).
If the engine does not start after several
attempts, please contact an authorised
dealer.
Running out of fuel on diesel
Persistent fuel odour
versions
If you notice a persistent
Vehicles with key/remote control
fuel odour you should:
- Set the ignition key to “On” position
- stop the vehicle as soon as traf-
ON 2 ➥ 2.3 and wait a few minutes
fic conditions allow and switch off
before starting to enable the fuel cir-
the ignition;
cuit to be primed;
- switch on the hazard warning
- turn the key to position START 3. If
lights and ask your passengers to
the engine does not start, repeat the
leave the vehicle and stay clear
procedure;
of the traffic;
- If the engine does not start after sev-
- contact an approved Dealer.
eral attempts, contact an approved
dealer.
1.110
FUEL TANK (4/5)
Useable capacity of the LPG tank: ap-
5
5
proximately 7.04 gallons (32 litres).
Filling up with LPG
Apply the parking brake, stop the
engine, switch off the ignition and
switch off the lights.
Always respect the safety instructions
5
given at filling stations.
Depending on the country, before refill-
ing you must screw the filling adapter 5
onto the LPG filler end piece.
It is always advisable to completely fill
the tank.
When the pump stops delivering LPG,
Filling stations without self-
or when the pump flow reduces signif-
service
icantly, the maximum LPG level has
been reached.
If the service station personnel carry
IMPORTANT: LPG filling
At this point, do not attempt to carry on
out the LPG filling procedure, you must
adapter 5
filling.
give them the adapter 5.
Depending on the country, the use
of a specific adapter is required for
LPG filling.
The filling adapter 5 is provided in
a pouch in the glove box. It may or
may not be present in the vehicle,
depending in which country the ve-
hicle was sold.
Before driving the vehicle to another
country, it is essential to consult an
If you exceed the LPG tank capacity when topping-up, please go to an
approved dealer to find out the type
accredited garage or an authorised dealer to check the automatic filler
of adapter to use if necessary.
device.
1.111
FUEL TANK (5/5)
Depending on the type of station, it may
be necessary to perform press and hold
the station button before filling will start.
When the pump stops supplying LPG,
or when the pump flow reduces sig-
6
nificantly, the maximum tank level has
been reached.
The filling will stop as soon as you re-
lease the button. Release the stop
lever (a small amount of gas may be re-
leased), lift the pistol and place it on the
distributor.
7
Replace the cap 6 to avoid any water
or foreign bodies from entering the
system.
Filling stations with self-
service
We recommend that you wear gloves
when handling the LPG pistol.
Open the tank flap of your vehicle and
unscrew the cap 6 from the end piece
of the LPG filler 7.
Carefully follow the instructions shown
on LPG distributors. These explain how
to fill up properly.
1.112
REAGENT TANK (1/4)
Please ensure that you comply with the
legislation of your country. It is impor-
tant to remember that failure to respect
regulations in force could lead to legal
action being taken against the vehicle
1
A
To fill up with reagent, the engine
owner.
must be stopped
(and not on
standby in the case of vehicles
Operating principle
equipped with the STOP and Start
The reagent is intended for diesel en-
function). You must switch off the ig-
gines fitted with the SCR (selective cat-
nition ➥ 2.4 ➥ 2.6.
alytic reduction) system.
The use of reagents reduces exhaust
emissions by transforming the pollut-
If the
“XXX MILES (XXX
ants into water vapour and nitrogen.
KM) failure Top up AdBlue”
Reagent consumption in real time de-
warning message appears,
pends on vehicle usage conditions, the
Filling
fill the reagent tank and
equipment fitted, and driving style.
refer to the filling instructions.
Useable capacity of the tank: 2.86
gal (13 litres) approximately.
Risk of immobilisation of the ve-
Reagent quality
hicle.
With the ignition switched off, open the
Use only reagents which conform
cover A, then unscrew the cap 1.
to standard ISO 22241 and in accord-
ance with the mark on the tank filler
Note: ammonium hydroxide vapour
cap.
may escape from the cap opening
Fuel filler cap: this is a
when the tank temperature is high.
specific type.
If you have to replace it,
make sure it is identical
to the original cap. Contact an ap-
proved Dealer. Do not wash the filler
area with a high pressure washer.
The reagent must not come into contact with eyes or skin. If it does, wash
the affected area with plenty of cold water. If necessary, consult a doctor.
1.113
REAGENT TANK (2/4)
Filling (continued)
If the reagent overflows, or contami-
nates any paintwork, clean the affected
The tank can be filled at the pump. With
area quickly with plenty of cold water
the ignition off, insert the nozzle fully
and a soft cloth.
before activating it to fill the fuel tank
(risk of splashing). Keep the nozzle in
Note: if the reagent crystallises, use a
this position throughout the entire filling
soft sponge.
operation.
In extreme cold weather conditions
After filling the reagent tank, check
When the pump cuts out automatically
that the cap and cover are closed,
In frosty weather conditions, the rea-
at the end of the filling procedure, a
start the engine and WAIT 10 sec-
gent tank should be refilled when the
maximum of two further filling attempts
onds with the vehicle stationary,
may be made, as there must be suffi-
indicator and the message “TOP
engine running before setting off
cient space in the fuel tank to allow for
UP AdBlue before 1200 km” appear on
again.
expansion.
the instrument panel.
If this operation is not carried out,
the filling of the tank will not be
In other filling cases, it is essential to
Special cases
taken into account automatically
read the information shown on the rea-
The reagent fluid freezes below about
until after several dozens of minutes
gent container (e.g. the can or bottle).
-10°C.
of driving.
The “--- Fill AdBlue” and/or the warn-
In these conditions, do not attempt filling
Precautions for use
ing lights will continue to appear
when the fluid is frozen. In the event of
until the filling has been registered
When filling:
needing to top up or fill the tank with re-
by the system.
- handle the reagent with care. They
agent (
on), park the vehicle in a
can damage clothes, shoes, body-
hotter location if possible so that the re-
work components etc.;
agent becomes liquid again. Otherwise,
have a qualified professional top up or
- make sure that no water enters the
fill up with reagent fluid.
fuel tank.
No work whatsoever is
permitted on any part of
the system. To prevent
damage, only qualified per-
sonnel from our network may work
on the system.
1.114
REAGENT TANK (3/4)
Maintenance/Range
The information displayed on the instrument panel may be accompanied by a beep.
Indicator
Message
What to do?
lights
When the message is displayed when the ignition is switched
on, you have less than 1,488 miles (2,400 km) range.
-
“Top Up AdBlue before 2400 km”
Plan to refill, or have an Approved Dealer refill the reagent in
the tank.
When the message is displayed when the ignition is switched
on, you have between 744 miles (1,200 km) and 496 miles
comes
“TOP UP AdBlue before 1200 km”
(800 km) range.
on.
Plan to refill, or have an Approved Dealer refill the reagent in
the tank.
The message is displayed when the ignition is switched on and
is repeated:
- Approximately every 62 miles (100 km), you have between
about 496 miles (800 km) and 124 miles (200 km) range;
comes
“XXX KM failure Top up AdBlue”
- approximately every 31 miles (50 km), you have a range of
on.
less than 124 miles (200 km).
In any event, fill or have an Approved Dealer fill the reagent
tank as soon as possible.
The engine will not start.
“0 KM failure Top up AdBlue”
flashes.
To restart, you must fill the reagent tank yourself.
1.115
REAGENT TANK (4/4)
System faults
When the indicator lights light up, this may be accompanied by a beep.
Indicator lights
Message
Readings
“Check Anti- Pollution System”
Indicates a fault in the system. Contact your approved
“AdBlue quality to check”
Dealer as soon as possible.
“AdBlue injection to check”
Indicates a system fault and that in less than 496
miles (800 km) it will become impossible to re-
start the vehicle.
These warnings are repeated:
- every 62 miles (100 km) until there is around
“XXX KM failure antipollution”
500 miles (800 km) and 124 miles (200 km) left
before the vehicle cannot be restarted;
- Every 31 miles (50 km) when there is less than
124 miles (200 km) left before the vehicle cannot
be restarted.
Contact your approved Dealer as soon as possible.
Indicates that after the ignition is switched off the ve-
“0 KM failure antipollution”
hicle will not restart. Call an approved Dealer.
1.116
Section 2: Driving
Running in
2.2
Ignition switch
2.3
Starting, stopping the engine
2.4
Stop and start function
2.12
Special features of petrol versions
2.16
Special features of LPG versions
2.18
Special features of diesel versions: particle filter
2.22
Gear lever, Handbrake
2.24
Electronic parking brake
2.25
“AUTOHOLD” function
2.29
Eco-driving
2.30
Maintenance and antipollution advice
2.38
Environment
2.39
Tyre pressure loss warning
2.40
Driver correction devices and aids
2.46
Lane departure warning
2.51
Lane keeping assist
2.56
Blind spot warning
2.62
Safe distance alert
2.69
360° camera
2.73
Active emergency braking
2.82
Detection of road signs
2.90
Cruise control/speed limiter
2.94
Stop and Go adaptive cruise control
2.103
Parking distance control
2.116
Reversing camera
2.123
Parking exit warning
2.125
Assisted parking
2.129
Automatic gearbox, electronic lever, manual lever
2.134
Emergency call
2.144
2.1
RUNNING IN
Petrol version
Diesel version
For the first 600 miles (1,000 km), do
For the first 1,000 miles (1,500 km),
not exceed 78 mph (130 km/h) in the
do not exceed 80 mph (130 km/h) in
highest gear, or 3,000 to 3,500 rpm.
the highest gear, or 2,500 rpm. After
completing this mileage you may drive
You may only expect top performance
faster, although you may only expect
from your vehicle after approximately
top performance after approximately
1,800 miles (3,000 km).
3,600 miles (6,000 km).
Service intervals: refer to the
During the running in period, do not ac-
Maintenance Document for your vehi-
celerate hard while the engine is still
cle.
cold and do not let the engine over-rev.
Service intervals: refer to the
Maintenance Document for your vehi-
cle.
2.2
IGNITION SWITCH: vehicle with key
“Ignition” position ON 2
The ignition is switched on: Any acces-
sories (radio etc.) can be used.
“Start” position START 3
If the engine fails to start at the first
attempt, the key must be turned back
before the starter can be activated
again. Release the key as soon as the
engine starts.
Note: on diesel versions, several sec-
onds may pass between turning the
key and the engine starting to allow for
engine preheating.
Ignition switch
Off position LOCK 0 (steering lock
applied)
To lock: remove the key and turn the
steering wheel until the steering column
locks.
To unlock: turn the key and the steering
wheel slightly.
2.3
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with key (1/2)
Petrol versions
Note: on vehicles equipped with a
- Activate the starter without acceler-
manual gearbox, in the event of engine
ating;
stalling the message “Press Clutch” will
- release the key as soon as the
be displayed on the instrument panel.
engine starts.
Fully press the clutch pedal to restart
the engine.
Diesel versions
É
Driver’s responsibility
- Turn the ignition key to the
when parking or stopping
ON”position 2 and hold this position
the vehicle
until the engine preheating light goes
off;
Never leave an animal,
- turn the key to the start position
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
START3 without pressing the
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
accelerator;
a short time.
- release the key as soon as the
Starting the engine
They may pose a risk to themselves
engine starts.
or to others by starting the engine,
Special note: when starting the engine
To start:
activating equipment such as the
in very low exterior temperatures (below
On vehicles equipped with automatic
electric windows or locking the
-10°C): hold down the clutch pedal until
gearboxes with a mechanical lever, set
doors, for example.
the engine starts.
the lever to position P.
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
Stopping the engine
please remember that the tempera-
With the engine idling, turn the key to
ture inside the passenger compart-
the “LOCK” position 0.
ment increases very quickly.
Never switch off the igni-
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
tion before the vehicle has
INJURY.
stopped completely. Once
the engine has stopped, the
brake servo, power-assisted steer-
Never start your vehicle
ing etc., and the passive safety de-
while freewheeling on a gra-
vices such as the airbags and pre-
dient. Risk of non-activation
tensioners will no longer operate.
of power-assisted steering.
There is a risk of accidents.
2.4
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with key (2/2)
LPG versions
Never switch off the igni-
The engine is always started using
A
tion before the vehicle has
petrol:
stopped completely. Once
- activate the starter without accelerat-
the engine has stopped, the
ing;
brake servo, power-assisted steer-
- release the key as soon as the
ing etc. and the passive safety de-
engine starts.
vices such as the airbags and pre-
tensioners will no longer operate.
The system will automatically deter-
mine the switchover from petrol to LPG.
When operating on LPG, the fuel gauge
may indicate a decrease in the petrol
level.
Driver’s responsibility
Depending on the vehicle, under cer-
when parking or stopping
tain conditions of use (e.g., hard accel-
C
B
the vehicle
1
eration), the system may opt to tempo-
Never leave an animal,
rarily switch back to petrol mode. The
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
green warning light C flashes without
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
any sound signal.
a short time. They may pose a risk
to themselves or to others by start-
If the environmental conditions are
ing the engine, activating equipment
once again suitable, the system may
such as the electric windows or
once again permit LPG mode.
locking the doors. Also, in hot and/
At temperatures close to 0°C or less, it
or sunny weather, please remem-
is recommended to use ECO mode to
ber that the temperature inside the
maximise the use of LPG mode ➥ 2.30.
Do not park the vehicle or
passenger compartment increases
run the engine in locations
very quickly. RISK OF DEATH OR
where combustible sub-
SERIOUS INJURY.
stances or materials such
as grass or leaves can come into
contact with the hot exhaust system.
2.5
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with card (1/6)
Note: on vehicles equipped with a
manual gearbox, in the event of engine
stalling the message “Press Clutch” will
2
be displayed on the instrument panel.
Fully press the clutch pedal to restart
the engine.
Driver’s responsibility
when parking or stopping
1
the vehicle
Never leave an animal,
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
a short time.
The card must be inserted in detection
Special features
They may pose a risk to themselves
zone 1.
or to others by starting the engine,
- If one of the starting conditions is
activating equipment such as the
To start:
not met, either the “Press Brake +
electric windows or locking the
START” or “Press Clutch + START”
- vehicles with an automatic gearbox,
doors, for example.
or
“Select Gearbox Position P”
in the P position, press the brake
message is displayed on the instru-
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
pedal, press the 2 button, then re-
ment panel;
please remember that the tempera-
lease the brake pedal once the
ture inside the passenger compart-
engine has started;
- in some cases, it will be necessary
ment increases very quickly.
to move the steering wheel whilst
- vehicles with a manual gearbox,
pressing the start button 2 to help
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
press the brake pedal and press
unlock the steering column; the
INJURY.
the 2 button, then release the brake
message “Turn Steering Wheel +
pedal once the engine has started.
START” will warn you of this;
If a gear is engaged, also press the
clutch pedal.
2.6
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with card (2/6)
LPG version
Never switch off the igni-
The system will automatically deter-
A
tion before the vehicle has
mine the switchover from petrol to LPG.
stopped completely. Once
the engine has stopped, the
When operating on LPG, the fuel gauge
brake servo, power-assisted steer-
may indicate a decrease in the petrol
ing etc. and the passive safety de-
level.
vices such as the airbags and pre-
Depending on the vehicle, under cer-
tensioners will no longer operate.
tain conditions of use (e.g., hard accel-
eration), the system may opt to tempo-
rarily switch back to petrol mode. The
green warning light C flashes without
any sound signal.
Driver’s responsibility
when parking or stopping
If the environmental conditions are
C
B
the vehicle
once again suitable, the system may
3
Never leave an animal,
once again permit LPG mode.
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
At temperatures close to 0°C or less, it
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
is recommended to use ECO mode to
a short time. They may pose a risk
maximise the use of LPG mode ➥ 2.30.
to themselves or to others by start-
ing the engine, activating equipment
such as the electric windows or
locking the doors. Also, in hot and/
or sunny weather, please remem-
ber that the temperature inside the
Do not park the vehicle or
passenger compartment increases
run the engine in locations
very quickly. RISK OF DEATH OR
where combustible sub-
SERIOUS INJURY.
stances or materials such
as grass or leaves can come into
contact with the hot exhaust system.
2.7
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with card (3/6)
2
4
5
4
“Hands-free” starting with
Operating faults
The message “Place card on zone +
START” appears on the instrument
the tailgate open
In certain cases, the hands-free card
panel.
In this case, the card should not be lo-
may not work:
Press the brake or clutch pedal, then
cated in the luggage compartment, to
- card battery flat, etc.;
place the card 5 (button side) on the
prevent the risk of loss.
- near to appliances operating on the
placement area 4. Press the 2 button
same frequency as the card (moni-
to start the vehicle. The message goes
Accessories function
tor, mobile phone, video game, etc.);
out.
(switching on the ignition)
- vehicle located in a high electromag-
Once you have gained access to your
netic radiation zone.
vehicle, you may use some of its func-
tions (radio, navigation, wipers, etc.).
To use the other functions, with the
card in the passenger compartment,
press the 2 button without pressing the
pedals.
2.8
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with card (4/6)
If the card is no longer in the passen-
When you leave your vehi-
ger compartment or if the card’s bat-
cle, especially if you have
tery is flat, when the vehicle is station-
2
your card with you, check
ary and you try to switch the engine off,
that the engine is com-
the message “Keycard absent : press/
pletely switched off.
hold START” appears on the instrument
panel: press the 2 button for longer than
three seconds.
Driver’s responsibility
If the card is no longer in the passenger
when parking or stopping
compartment, make sure you can re-
the vehicle
trieve it before pressing and holding the
button. Without the card, you will not be
Never leave an animal,
able to restart the vehicle.
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
With the engine switched off, any ac-
a short time.
cessories being used (radio, etc.) will
continue to function for approximately
They may pose a risk to themselves
Conditions for stopping the
10 minutes.
or to others by starting the engine,
engine
activating equipment such as the
When the driver’s door is opened, the
The vehicle must be stationary, lever
electric windows or locking the
accessories stop working.
in position P on vehicles with an auto-
doors, for example.
matic gearbox.
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
With the card in the vehicle, press
please remember that the tempera-
button 2: the engine stops. The steer-
ture inside the passenger compart-
ing column is locked when a door is
ment increases very quickly.
opened or the vehicle is locked.
Never switch off the igni-
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
tion before the vehicle has
INJURY.
stopped completely. Once
the engine has stopped, the
brake servo, power-assisted steer-
ing etc., and the passive safety de-
vices such as the airbags and pre-
tensioners will no longer operate.
2.9
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with card (5/6)
Note: once the function has been acti-
vated, it cannot be deactivated.
9
7
We advise you to contact an Approved
Dealer.
6
Operation
8
To start the engine remotely, press
the locking button 8 then within an-
other 2 seconds, press the remote start
button 6 for approximately 2 seconds.
The hazard lights come on continu-
ously for approximately 3 seconds and
the engine starts.
The engine will run for 5 minutes. Once
the engine is running, you can add an-
Remote engine start-up
other 5 minutes by pressing the 8 lock-
This function also lets you programme
ing button again, then the remote start
the engine to start, in order to heat or
This function allows remote starting of
button 6. The hazard lights come on
ventilate the passenger compartment
the engine.
continuously for 3 seconds to confirm
up to 24 hours before using the vehicle.
that the function has been prolonged.
Initialisation
Depending on the vehicle, configuration
and programming are carried out using
If the vehicle is so equipped, press
the multimedia display 9, for more infor-
the unlocking button 7 then press the
mation please refer to the multimedia
remote start button twice in succession
instructions.
for about 2 seconds each time 6. The
time between the two presses must be
less than 5 seconds. The hazard warn-
ing lights will come on continuously for
3 seconds to confirm the system reset.
2.10
STARTING, STOPPING THE ENGINE: vehicle with card (6/6)
Remote engine start performance
The remote engine start-up operates if:
Do not use the engine
varies according to surroundings such
- the gearbox is in P or N position
remote start-up function or
as:
on vehicles fitted with an automatic
its programming when:
-
Obstacles, buildings, walls, other ve-
gearbox;
- the vehicle is in a garage
hicles, etc.;
- the ignition is switched off;
or in a confined space.
radio frequency interference (tele-
- the bonnet is closed;
Risk of poisoning or suffoca-
vision, radio, mobile phone, other
remote controls, etc.);
- all of the opening elements (doors
tion by exhaust gas emissions.
and luggage compartment) are
- the vehicle is covered with a pro-
-
Condition of the key/card battery.
closed and locked when you leave
tective cover.
the vehicle;
Fire hazard.
- in extreme weather conditions, the
- the bonnet is open or before it
remote engine start-up by program-
opens.
ming may not work.
Risk of burns or serious injury.
If one of these conditions is not met, the
lights will flash for approximately 3 sec-
Depending on the country, the
onds.
remote start function or its pro-
gramming may be prohibited by
law and/or by the regulations in
force.
In the event that the func-
Before using this function, check
tion is used, please ensure
the legislation and/or the regula-
that power-consuming de-
tions in force for the country.
vices (such as the wipers,
exterior lights, radio, heated seats,
heated steering wheel, etc.) are de-
activated and all accessories are
disconnected before leaving the ve-
hicle.
Fire hazard.
2.11
STOP AND START FUNCTION (1/4)
This system enables a reduced fuel
and
The vehicle equipment remain opera-
consumption and lower greenhouse
- the speed is zero or, depending on
tional while the engine is stopped.
gas emissions. The system is acti-
the vehicle, as soon as the speed is
When the engine switches to standby,
vated automatically when the vehicle
lower than a threshold specific to the
the steering assistance may no longer
is started. During driving, the system
vehicle.
be operational.
stops the engine (standby) when the
The engine remains on standby if posi-
vehicle comes to a stop or is moving
In this case it becomes operational
tion P is selected, or if position N is se-
at a slow speed (depending on the ve-
again when the engine is no longer on
lected with the handbrake engaged and
standby or the speed exceeds approxi-
the brake pedal released.
hicle). The
warning light is dis-
mately 1 mph (1 km/h) (downhill, slope
played on the instrument panel.
For vehicles equipped with manual
etc.).
gearboxes:
Conditions of standby at low
- the gearbox is in neutral;
and
speed
- the clutch pedal is released. If the
The vehicle has set off from where it
was parked;
warning light flashes, this
means that the clutch pedal must be
For vehicles equipped with auto-
released completely;
matic gearboxes:
and
- the gearbox is in position D, M or N;
- the vehicle speed is lower than a
and
threshold specific to the vehicle.
- the brake pedal is depressed (suffi-
If the engine is put in
ciently hard);
For all vehicles:
standby, the electronic
If the
warning light flashes,
parking brake (depending
Warning light
on the instru-
this means that the brake pedal is
on the vehicle) is not ap-
ment panel is lit when the engine is on
not sufficiently pressed;
plied automatically.
standby.
and
- the accelerator pedal is not de-
pressed;
The engine MUST be
stopped (not put in standby)
before leaving the vehicle.
➥ 2.4 ➥ 2.6.
2.12
STOP AND START FUNCTION (2/4)
Conditions of standby at high
Preventing the engine from
Conditions for coming out of
speed
standing by
engine standby
Depending on the vehicle, standby may
In certain situations, such as negotiat-
For automatic gearboxes:
be activated in freewheel mode ➥ 1.58.
ing a crossroads for instance, it is pos-
- when the driver’s door is opened;
sible (with the system activated) to keep
For vehicles equipped with auto-
or
the engine running so as to be ready to
matic gearboxes:
- when the driver’s seat belt is unfas-
move off quickly.
tened;
- the gearbox is in position D or M;
For vehicles equipped with auto-
- the brake pedal is released, position
and
matic gearboxes:
D, M or N engaged;
– the brake pedal is released;
or
Keep the vehicle stationary without
- position R is engaged;
pressing too hard on the brake pedal.
and
or
- the acceleration pedal is released.
For vehicles equipped with manual
- the accelerator pedal is depressed;
gearboxes:
or
The warning light
on the instru-
Keep the clutch pedal pressed right
- in manual mode, the gear change
ment panel is lit when the engine is on
down.
paddles are activated.
standby.
To fill up with fuel, the engine
must be stopped (and not
“AUTOHOLD” function activated
only on standby in the case
➥ 2.29, the brake pedal may be
of vehicles equipped with
released and the engine standby
the STOP and START function): you
maintained.
must switch off the ignition ➥ 2.4
To exit engine standby, with the
➥ 2.6. Fire hazard.
brake pedal released, press the ac-
celerator pedal.
2.13
STOP AND START FUNCTION (3/4)
For manual gearboxes:
Conditions preventing the
- the gradient is too steep for vehicles
fitted with an automatic gearbox;
- when opening the driver’s door, with-
standby of the engine
out any gear engaged and the clutch
- the “Clear view” function is activated
Certain conditions prevent the system
pedal released;
➥ 3.11 ;
from using the engine standby function,
or
including when:
- the engine temperature is too low;
- when unfastening the driver’s seat
-
the driver’s door is not closed;
- the emission control system is being
belt, without any gear engaged and
regenerated;
the clutch pedal released;
the driver’s seatbelt is not fastened;
- ...
or
reverse gear is engaged;
- the gearbox is in neutral and the
the bonnet is not locked;
Warning light
is displayed on the
clutch pedal is slightly depressed;
instrument panel. This notifies you that
the outdoor temperature is too low or
engine standby is not available.
or
too high;
- the engine is in gear and the clutch
-
the battery is not sufficiently charged;
pedal is pressed right down.
the difference between the vehicle
Special note: depending on the vehi-
interior temperature and the auto-
cle, if you switch off the ignition when
matic climate control instruction is
the engine is on standby, the warning
too high;
light Ä
is displayed for a few sec-
-
parking distance control is in opera-
onds on the instrument panel.
tion;
-
the altitude is too high;
For vehicles equipped with a
manual gearbox:
the restart may be interrupted if the
Deactivate the Stop and
clutch pedal is released too quickly
Start function for any opera-
while a gear is engaged.
tion performed in the engine
compartment.
2.14
STOP AND START FUNCTION (4/4)
Special feature of the automatic
Operating faults
engine re-start
When the “Check Stop & Start” mes-
Under certain conditions, the engine
sage appears on the instrument panel
can restart on its own in order to guar-
and the 1 switch is on, this indicates
antee your safety and comfort.
that the system is deactivated.
This can occur especially when:
Please consult an authorised dealer.
- the outdoor temperature is too low or
too high;
- the “Clear view” function is activated
1
➥ 3.11 ;
- the battery is not sufficiently charged;
- the vehicle speed is above 3 mph
(5 km/h) (downhill slope, etc.);
- repeated pressing on the brake
pedal or braking system require-
Deactivating, activating the
ment;
function
- ...
Press 1 to deactivate the function. The
message “Stop & Start deactivated” ap-
The
warning light is displayed on
pears on the instrument panel and the
the instrument panel to notify you of au-
ignition warning light 1 appears.
tomatic engine restarting.
Pressing again will reactivate the
system. The message “Stop & Start
Activated” appears on the instrument
panel and the 1 switch disappears.
The system is automatically reactivated
each time the vehicle is started using
The engine MUST be
the start button. ➥ 2.4 ➥ 2.6.
stopped (not put in standby)
before leaving the vehicle.
Special note: engine on standby,
➥ 2.4 ➥ 2.6.
press switch 1 to automatically re-
start the engine.
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