Renault Kangoo Z.E. (2022 year). Manual in english - page 1

 

  Index      Manuals     Renault Kangoo Z.E. (2022 year). Manual in english

 

Search            copyright infringement  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Content      ..      1       2         ..

 

 

 

Renault Kangoo Z.E. (2022 year). Manual in english - page 1

 

 

Section 1: Getting to know your vehicle
Electric vehicle: introduction
1.2
Important recommendations
1.8
Electric vehicle: charging
1.9
Key, radio frequency remote control: general information, use, deadlocking
1.19
Opening and closing the doors
1.24
Automatic locking when driving
1.30
Headrests/Front seats
1.31
Front seats
1.34
Swivelling partition
1.36
Seat belts
1.37
Methods of restraint in addition to the front seat belts
1.41
Side protection devices
1.46
Additional methods of restraint
1.47
Child safety: general information
1.48
Choosing a child seat mounting
1.51
Fitting a child seat
1.54
Deactivating/activating the front passenger airbag .
1.63
Driving position
1.66
Steering wheel/Power-assisted steering
1.70
Warning lights
1.71
Displays and indicators
1.74
Trip computer
1.77
Clock and outdoor temperature
1.86
Rear view mirrors
1.87
Audible and visual signals
1.88
External lighting and signals
1.89
Headlight beam adjustment
1.92
Washers, wipers
1.94
Additional heating tank
1.97
1.1
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: introduction (1/6)
2
1
3
6
1 Electric motor
4
2 Fuel filler flap for additional heating
3 400 V traction battery
4 Orange electrical power cables
5 Secondary 12V battery
5
6 Electric charging connection
1.2
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: introduction (2/6)
Electric vehicles have special features,
8
but operate in a similar manner to con-
ventional vehicles.
The main difference in electric vehicles
7
is the exclusive use of electric energy
instead of fuel, as used in conventional
vehicles.
We therefore recommend that you read
these instructions describing your elec-
tric vehicle carefully.
9
Connected services
You can access these services by:
(depending on vehicle)
- external digital devices (mobile tele-
Your electric vehicle has connected
phones 8, tablets 9 etc.) ;
services that provide information and/
- multimedia screen 7.
or control:
For more information, refer to the mul-
- your vehicle’s charging status;
timedia equipment instructions or con-
- the traction battery charging pro-
tact an Approved Dealer.
gramming, based on certain choices
on offer;
- air-conditioning remote program-
ming (please see the information on
“Air-conditioning: remote activation”
in Section 3);
- ...
You can subscribe to a connected
service or extend it at any time by
consulting an authorised dealer.
1.3
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: introduction (3/6)
Batteries
Traction battery
12 volt battery
Your electric vehicle has two types of
This battery stores the energy neces-
The second battery, which on your ve-
battery:
sary to operate the motor in your elec-
hicle is a 12 V battery comparable to
tric vehicle properly. As with any bat-
that used in vehicles with combustion
- a 400V traction battery;
tery, it discharges after use, and must
engines, supplies the energy required
- a standard 12V battery, identical to
be regularly recharged.
to operate vehicle equipment (lights,
the one used in conventional vehi-
windscreen wipers, braking assistance
You do not have to wait until the traction
cles.
etc.).
battery hits the reserve level in order to
recharge it.
Battery charging times vary depending
on the type of specific wall unit socket
or public terminal you connect to.
Your vehicle range will depend on the
charge level of the traction battery, and
also on your driving style, the outdoor
temperature and the type of road.
Please refer to information on “Vehicle
range: recommendations” in Section 2.
1.4
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: introduction (4/6)
A
4
The vehicle’s electrical
system uses a voltage of
approximately
400 volts.
This system can get hot
during and after switching off the ig-
The A symbol identifies the electrical
400 volt electrical circuit
nition. Respect warning messages
elements in your vehicle which may
given on the labels stuck onto the
The 400V electrical circuit can be rec-
vehicle.
present health risks.
ognised by the orange 4 cables and by
All interventions or modifications to
the elements signalled using the
the 400V electrical system (com-
symbol.
ponents, cables, connectors, trac-
tion battery) are strictly prohibited
due to the risks they present to your
safety. Please contact an authorised
dealer.
The risk of serious burns or elec-
tric shocks can lead to death.
1.5
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: introduction (5/6)
Driving
Bad weather, flooded roads:
As with a vehicle fitted with an auto-
Do not drive through floods
matic gearbox, you will have to get
if the depth of water is
used to not using your left foot, and not
above the lower edge of the
using this foot to brake.
wheel rims.
When driving, if you lift your foot off the
accelerator pedal or depress the brake
pedal, the motor generates electrical
current during deceleration, and this
energy is used to brake the vehicle and
recharge the traction battery. Please
refer to the information on the “Charge
meter” in Section 2.
Special conditions
After a maximum charge of the battery
and during the first few miles of using
the vehicle, the engine brake will be
temporarily reduced. Please adapt your
driving style appropriately.
Obstructions to the driver
On the driver’s side, only
use mats suitable for the
vehicle, attached with the
pre-fitted components, and check
the fitting regularly. Do not lay one
mat on top of another.
There is a risk of wedging the
The engine brake should
pedals
under no circumstances be
used as a substitute for the
brake pedal.
1.6
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: introduction (6/6)
Noise
Electric vehicles are particularly quiet.
You will not yet necessarily be used to
it, and neither will other road users. It
is difficult for them to hear the vehicle
when it is moving.
As the motor is silent, you will hear
noises that you are not used to hearing
(aerodynamic noises, tyre noise, etc.)
Each time the ignition is switched off,
the ventilation will be switched off after
about ten seconds.
10
Pedestrian horn
If a fault with the pedestrian horn is
The pedestrian horn enables you to
detected, the 10 warning light flashes.
warn others of your presence - espe-
Consult an approved dealer.
cially pedestrians and cyclists.
When the engine is started, the pedes-
trian horn is activated automatically.
The sound is triggered when the vehi-
cle speed is between about 1 and
19 mph (1 and 30 km/h).
Your electric vehicle is
silent, so when you get out,
always check that the gear
selector is on P, engage the
handbrake and switch off the igni-
tion.
RISK OF SERIOUS INJURY
1.7
IMPORTANT RECOMMENDATIONS
Please read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to a risk of fire, serious injury
or electric shock which may present a risk to life.
In the event of an accident or impact
In the event of an accident or an impact to the underside of the vehicle (e.g.: striking a post, raised kerb or other street furni-
ture), this may damage the electric circuit or the traction battery.
Have the vehicle checked by an authorised dealer.
Never touch the “400 volt” components or orange cables which are exposed and visible inside or outside the vehicle.
In the event of serious damage to the traction battery, leaks may occur:
- never touch the liquids (fluids, etc.) coming from the traction battery;
- in the event of contact with the body, wash the affected area with plenty of water and consult a doctor as soon as possible.
In the event of an impact, even slight, against the charging flap and/or valve, have them checked by an authorised dealer as
soon as possible.
In the event of fire
In the event of fire, make everyone evacuate the vehicle immediately and contact the emergency services, informing them that
this is an electric vehicle.
Only use extinguishing agents ABC or BC that are permitted for use with electrical fires. Do not use water or other extinguish-
ing agents.
In the event of damage to the electrical circuit, please call an authorised dealer.
All towing operations
Please refer to the information on “Towing, breakdowns” in Section 5.
Washing the vehicle
Never wash the engine compartment, the charging connection or the traction battery with a high-pressure jet.
This risks damaging the electric circuit.
Never wash the vehicle while it is charging.
Risk of electric shock and a risk to life.
1.8
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (1/10)
1
2
3
Charging schematic diagram
1 Specific wall socket or charging ter-
minal
If you have any questions regarding
the equipment needed for charging,
2 Charging cable
please ask an authorised dealer.
3 Electric charging connection
1.9
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (2/10)
Important recommendations for charging your vehicle
Please read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to a risk of fire, serious injury
or electric shocks which could result in death.
Charging
Do not do anything to the vehicle during charging (washing, working in the engine compartment, etc.).
In the event of the presence of water, signs of corrosion or foreign bodies in the charging cord connector or in the vehicle charg-
ing socket, do not charge the vehicle. Fire hazard.
Do not attempt to touch the cord contacts, the domestic socket or the vehicle charging socket, or introduce objects into them.
Never plug the charging cord into an adapter, multiple socket or extension lead.
The use of generators is prohibited.
Do not remove or change the vehicle charging socket or the charging cord. Fire hazard.
Do not modify or perform any action on the installation during charging.
In the event of an impact, even slight, against the charging socket or valve, have them checked by an authorised dealer as
soon as possible.
Take care of the cord: do not tread on it, immerse it in water or pull on it or let anything knock against it.
Check regularly that the charging lead is in good condition.
In the event of damage to the charging lead (corrosion, browning, cuts, etc.), to the unit or to the vehicle's electrical charging
socket, do not use them. Please see an authorised dealer to replace them.
In the event of non-activation of the charging flap locking mechanism and/or unlocking of the vehicle's electric charging socket,
please contact an approved dealer.
1.10
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (3/10)
B
B
A
D
C
Charging cable A
Charging cable B
Always read the charging cable instruc-
tions carefully before using it B.
This lead is specific to your vehicle and
This cord allows:
designed for connecting to wall sockets
- standard charge, on a socket used
or public terminals to enable standard
only for the vehicle (14 A charge);
charging of the traction battery.
- occasional charge using a domestic
socket, (10 A charge) when you are
Never leave the socket hanging by
not at home, for example.
the cord. Use the hooks C to attach
Sockets must be fitted as stated in the
it.
We recommend that you use a
instructions in the instructions supplied
charging cord that enables a stand-
with the charging cord B.
ard charge to charge the traction
battery.
If a charging cable malfunctions
during the charging process (red
warning light on the unit D), stop
Each charging lead is stored in the
charging immediately. Please refer
luggage compartment of the vehi-
to cord instructions.
cle.
1.11
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (4/10)
Important recommendations for charging your vehicle
Please read these instructions carefully. Failure to follow these instructions may lead to a risk of fire, serious injury
or electric shocks which could result in death.
Choice of charging cord
The standard charging leads supplied with the vehicle have been designed specifically for use with this vehicle. It is designed
to protect you against the risks of electric shock that can lead to death or fire.
Do not use with the charging leads of previous vehicles as they are not adapted. For safety reasons, the use of a charging cord
not recommended by the manufacturer is strictly forbidden. Failure to follow this instruction can lead to risks of fire or elec-
tric shock that can prove fatal. For information on a charging cord suited to your vehicle, please consult an authorised dealer.
Using the charging lead B
Please read the instructions that come with the charging cord carefully to learn about precautions you must take when using
the product and the technical specifications required when fitting the socket.
Installation
Power supply systems
Only use charging terminals which conform to the IEC 61851-1 standard and connecting points protected by:
- a type A 30 mA residual differential current system specific to the socket used;
- an overcurrent protection device;
- protection against overvoltage relating to lightning in exposed areas (IEC 62305-4).
Wall socket
Have a special wall socket installed by a qualified professional.
In the case of domestic charging
Have a qualified professional check that each socket to which you will connect the charging cord complies with the standards
and regulations in force in your country and that it complies with the specifications described previously in the information on
“Power supply systems”.
1.12
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: CHARGING (5/10)
Charging types that conform
3
5
1
4
to European standards
Alternating current (AC)
If the information is displayed on the
vehicle charging flap, follow the instruc-
tions below.
Before plugging in a charging lead,
3
check that:
1
- the colour and one of the letters of
4
the charging terminal inlet socket 1
correspond to the colour and one of
the letters at the end 4 of the cable;
- the colour and one of the letters of
5
the inlet socket 3 correspond to the
colour and one of the letters on the
end 5 of the lead.
Charging type
Alternating current (AC)
Connection
Charging terminal 1/Charging lead 4
Vehicle 3/Charging lead 5
Charging types that con-
form to European stand-
ards (for all other cases,
please consult an ap-
proved dealer).
1.13
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: CHARGING (6/10)
Charging types that conform
3
5
to European standards
(continued)
Direct current (DC)
If the information is displayed on the
vehicle charging flap, follow the instruc-
tions below.
Before plugging in a charging lead,
3
make sure that the colour and one of
the letters of the inlet socket 3 corre-
spond to the colour and one of the let-
ters on the end 5 of the charging lead.
5
Charging type
Direct current (DC)
Connection
Vehicle 3/Charging lead 5
Charging types that con-
form to European stand-
ards (for all other cases,
please consult an ap-
proved dealer).
1.14
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (7/10)
Precautions
Note: If in a snowy environment,
remove snow from the vehicle charging
Avoid charging and parking your ve-
area before plugging in or disconnect-
hicle in extreme temperatures (hot or
3
ing. Snow in the socket may block the
cold).
insertion of the charging cord plug.
When the vehicle is parked in tempera-
tures lower than around -25°C, the bat-
tery cannot be charged.
To preserve the service life of your trac-
tion battery, avoid parking the vehicle
for more than three months with high
charge, especially when the weather is
very hot.
You must charge the traction bat-
tery after driving in very cold weather.
Otherwise, charging may take a longer
Charging connection 3
period of time or even become impos-
The vehicle has a charging connection
sible.
located at the front of the vehicle.
The traction battery charging time
Recommendations
depends on the amount of energy
- In extreme heat, favour parking and
remaining, the power delivered by
recharging the vehicle in a shaded/
the charging terminal and the tem-
covered location.
perature conditions (hot or cold).
The information is displayed on
- Charging can be performed in the
the instrument panel during charg-
rain or snow.
ing. Please see the information
on
“Displays and indicators” in
Section 1.
In the event of a problem, we rec-
In the absence of any protection
ommend that you replace it with an
against overvoltage, you are recom-
identical cord. Please see an au-
mended not to charge the vehicle in
thorised dealer.
stormy weather (lightning, etc.).
1.15
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (8/10)
8
7
10
6
9
Recharging the traction
- open the charging flap 7;
- open valve 9;
battery
- grab the handle 10;
With the ignition off, lever 6 in gear P
- plug in the vehicle cord;
and opening elements unlocked:
- make sure you have clicked the
– take the charging cord located in the
charging cable in properly. The
boot of your vehicle;
warning light on the instrument panel
– remove it from its storage bag;
comes on, and the Z.E. 8 blue warn-
– plug in the end of the cord to the
ing light comes on, then flashes rap-
power supply (terminal, domestic
idly.
plug socket, etc.);
Make sure you fully uncoil the charg-
ing cord to limit its heating.
Do not use an extension
The charging cord cannot be
lead, multiple socket or
plugged in or removed while the
adapter.
opening elements are locked.
Fire hazard.
1.16
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (9/10)
If the Z.E. 8 warning light lights up red,
the vehicle cannot start charging; re-
start the charging procedure.
8
If the problem persists, change power
11
supply (terminal, etc.) or consult and
approved Dealer.
The charging cord is automatically
Label 11
locked with the vehicle. This will make it
The label 11 on the charging flap re-
impossible to unplug the cord from your
minds you of the instructions for the
vehicle.
opening and closing of the flap:
When charging commences, the hazard
- with the vehicle stationary, the valve
warning lights will flash five times. A
and the charging flap can be open;
message on the instrument panel indi-
cates the remaining charging time and
- when the vehicle is being driven, the
the Z.E. 8 warning light flashes slowly.
valve and the charging flap must be
closed.
At the end of a full charge, the Z.E. 8
warning light will remain blue then go
out after several minutes.
You do not need to wait until the charge
To avoid disturbing the
is at reserve levels to recharge your
charging
monitoring
vehicle.
system, do not install any
antistatic strip to the vehi-
cle.
1.17
ELECTRIC VEHICLE: charging (10/10)
7
10
12
9
13
Precautions to take when removing
- unplug the charging cable from the
Note: immediately after a long charge
from the socket
vehicle. Warning light
goes out
of the traction battery, the cable may be
on the instrument panel;
hot. Please use the handles.
- Press the button 12 on the radio fre-
quency remote control or switch 13
- close valve 9;
to release the charging cable;
- close the charging flap 7;
- grab the handle 10;
- unplug the cord from the power
supply;
- store the cord in its storage bag and
put away in the boot.
After pressing the charging cord re-
lease button, you will have around
30 seconds to unplug it before it is
It is imperative to follow the unplug-
locked once again.
ging steps in order.
1.18
KEY, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: general information (1/2)
A
B
3
3
2
2
1
1
Driver’s responsibility
when parking or stopping
the vehicle
Never leave an animal,
child or adult who is not self-suffi-
cient alone in your vehicle, even for
4
a short time.
Radio frequency remote
Radio frequency remote
They may pose a risk to themselves
or to others by starting the engine,
control A
control B
activating equipment such as the
1 Locking all the opening elements.
1 Locking all the opening elements.
electric windows or locking the
2 Unlocking all the opening elements.
doors, for example.
2 Unlocking all opening elements and
3 Coded key for ignition switch, driv-
the charging cord.
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
er’s door and fuel filler cap.
please remember that the tempera-
3 Coded key for ignition switch, dri-
4 Locking/unlocking the luggage com-
ture inside the passenger compart-
ver’s door and fuel filler cap.
partment and, depending on the ve-
ment increases very quickly.
hicle, the sliding side doors.
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
INJURY.
The key must not be used for any
function other than those described
Advice
in the handbook (removing the cap
Avoid leaving the remote control in
from a bottle, etc.).
hot, cold or humid areas.
1.19
KEY, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: general information (2/2)
Radio frequency remote
control operating range
This varies according to the surroun-
dings: take care not to lock or unlock
the doors by inadvertently pressing the
buttons on the remote control.
For replacement, or if you
require an additional remote
Interference
control.
Interference by factors in the imme-
You must only contact an approved
diate vicinity (external installations or
Dealer.
the use of equipment operating on the
- To replace a remote control, the
same frequency as the remote control)
vehicle must be taken to an ap-
may affect the operation of the remote
proved Dealer as both the vehi-
control.
cle and the remote control are
Note: if a door is not opened within
needed to initialise the system.
approximately 2 seconds of the door
- Depending on the vehicle, you
being unlocked by remote control, the
have the option of using up to
doors will lock again automatically.
four remote controls.
Remote control unit failure
Make sure that the correct battery
type is being used, and that the bat-
tery is in good condition and inser-
ted correctly. These batteries have
a service life of approximately two
years.
To learn how to change the battery,
please refer to the information on
the “Key, radio frequency remote
control: Batteries” in Section 5.
1.20
KEY, RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTE CONTROL: Use (1/2)
A
B
1
1
Driver’s responsibility
when parking or stopping
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 doors are locked and unlocked
Locking the doors
They may pose a risk to themselves
using the remote control unit.
or to others by starting the engine,
Remote control A or B
activating equipment such as the
It is powered by a battery which must
electric windows or locking the
be replaced (refer to the information on
Press locking button 1.
doors, for example.
the “Key, radio frequency remote con-
The hazard warning lights and side in-
trol: batteries” in Section 5).
Also, in hot and/or sunny weather,
dicator lights flash twice to indicate
please remember that the tempera-
that the doors have locked.
ture inside the passenger compart-
If a door or the tailgate is open or not
ment increases very quickly.
properly shut, the doors and tailgate
RISK OF DEATH OR SERIOUS
lock then quickly unlock and the hazard
INJURY.
warning lights and side indicator lights
do not flash.
1.21

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Content      ..      1       2         ..

 

 

///////////////////////////////////////