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Renault Megane (2022 year). Manual in english - page 6

 

 

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (4/6)
Lights-on reminder buzzer
Welcome and goodbye
If the lights are on after the engine is
function
switched off, a warning beep sounds
(depending on the vehicle)
2
when the driver’s door is opened to
Once the function is activated, the day-
warn you that the lights are still on.
time running lights and the rear side
lights will light up automatically upon
detection of the card or when the vehi-
Operating faults
cle is unlocked.
When the message “WARNING: Check
They switch off automatically:
Lighting” with warning light
- approximately one minute after light-
is displayed and warning light k
ing up;
flashes on the instrument panel, this in-
- when starting the engine based on
dicates that there is a lighting fault.
the position of the lighting stalk;
Consult an authorised dealer.
or
Switching off the lights
- upon locking the vehicle.
The lights will go out automatically
when the engine is switched off, the
Activating/deactivating the function
driver’s door is opened or the vehicle
For activation or deactivation of the ex-
is locked. In this case, the next time
ternal welcome, refer to the multimedia
the engine is started the lights will be
instructions.
switched back on according to the posi-
tion of the ring 2.
Select “ON” or “OFF”.
Note: if the fog lights are lit, the lights
are not switched off automatically.
1.105
EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (5/6)
With the engine lights switched off,
the 2 ring in AUTO, pull the lever 1 to-
1
wards you: the side lights and dipped
2
beam headlights will switch on for ap-
proximately 30 seconds along with the
š
and k
warning lights on the
instrument panel.
To increase this duration, you may pull
the stalk up to four times (total time re-
stricted to approximately two minutes).
The message “Follow-me home for _
_ _” along with the time the lights will
be on for is displayed on the instrument
panel to confirm this action. You can
then lock your vehicle.
“See-me-home lighting”
To switch off the lights before they go
function
out automatically, turn ring 2 to any po-
sition, then return it to position AUTO.
This function enables you to briefly
switch on the side lights and dipped
beam headlights (e.g. to provide light
when opening a gate).
1.106
EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS (6/6)
Rear fog lights
Switching off the lights
1
Turn centre ring 4 on the stalk
Turn the centre ring 4again until the 3
until the symbol faces mark 3, then re-
symbol is opposite the symbol for the
2
lease it.
fog lights. The corresponding indicator
4
light on the instrument panel goes out.
Operation of the fog lights depends on
the exterior lighting selected, and an in-
The rear fog lights switch off when the
dicator light will light up on the instru-
exterior lights are switched off.
ment panel.
Do not forget to switch off the fog lights
when they are no longer needed, to
avoid inconveniencing other road
3
users.
Front fog lights
g
Turn centre ring
4 on the
stalk 1 until the symbol faces mark 3,
then release it.
Operation of the fog lights depends on
the exterior lighting position selected,
and an indicator light will light up on the
When driving in fog or snow, or
instrument panel.
when transporting objects which are
higher than the roof, the headlights
do not come on automatically.
Switching on the fog lights remains
the responsibility of the driver: the
indicator lights on the instrument
panel inform you whether the fog
lights are lit (indicator light on) or not
(indicator light not on).
1.107
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (1/6)
A
1
2
1
B
Efficiency of a wiper blade
Check the condition of the wiper
C
blades. How long they last depends
on you:
D
- it must remain clean: clean the
blade and the screen regularly
E
with soapy water;
- do not use it when the screen is
dry;
- free it from the screen when it has
Vehicle fitted with intermittent
Special note
not been used for a long time.
windscreen wipers
When driving the vehicle, the wiping
In all cases, replace it as soon as
speed slows down whenever the ve-
it begins to lose efficiency: approxi-
A
single sweep
hicle stops. For example, fast wiping
mately once a year. ➥ 5.37.
A short push will trigger one sweep
speed will slow to normal wiping speed.
of the wipers.
As soon as the vehicle moves off,
B
stop
wiping will return to the speed originally
Precaution for using the
C
intermittent wiping
selected.
wipers
The wipers will pause for several
If stalk 1 is operated, it overrides and
- in freezing or snowy weather,
seconds between sweeps. It is
cancels the automatic function.
clear the screen before starting
possible to change the time be-
the wipers (risk of motor over-
tween sweeps by turning ring 2.
heating);
D
slow continuous wiping
- ensure that no objects are ob-
E
fast continuous wiping
structing the travel of the blade.
Positions A, C and D are accessible
with the ignition on. Position E is
accessible only when the engine is
running.
1.108
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (2/6)
When activating automatic wiping or
when increasing sensitivity, one sweep
of the blades is performed.
A
1
Note:
2
1
F
-
the rain sensor is only intended as a
B
driving aid. In the event of reduced
visibility, the driver should manually
C
activate the wipers. In foggy weather
or during snowfalls, wiping is not au-
D
tomatically triggered and remains
under the driver’s control;
E
G
-
in the event of temperatures below
zero, automatic wiping is not acti-
vated when the vehicle is started. It
is automatically activated as soon as
Vehicle fitted with front
C
automatic wiper function
the vehicle exceeds a certain speed
windscreen wiper rain sensor
When this position is selected, the
(approximately 5 mph (8 km/h));
system detects water on the wind-
The rain sensor is located on the winds-
-
do not activate automatic wiping in
screen and triggers the wipers at a
creen, in front of the interior rear-view
dry weather;
suitable wiping speed. It is possi-
mirror.
ble to change the triggering thresh-
-
fully de-ice the windscreen before
old and the time sweeps by turning
activating automatic wiping.
A single sweep
ring 2:
A short push will trigger one sweep
- F: minimum sensitivity;
of the wipers.
- G: maximum sensitivity.
B stop
The higher the sensitivity, the quic-
ker the wipers will react and the
faster the wipe.
1.109
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (3/6)
Operating fault
Special note
In the event of a malfunction of the au-
When driving the vehicle, the wiping
tomatic wiping, the wiper is set to inter-
speed slows down whenever the vehi-
A
mittent wiping. Contact an authorised
cle stops. For example, fast wiping
dealer.
1
speed will slow to normal wiping speed.
B
As soon as the vehicle moves off,
The operation of the rain sensor can be
wiping will return to the speed originally
disturbed in the event of:
selected.
C
-
damaged windscreen wipers; a film
If stalk 1 is operated, it overrides and
of water or traces left by a blade in
cancels the automatic function.
D
the sensor’s detection zone may in-
crease the response time of the au-
Precautions
E
tomatic wiper, or increase the wiping
- In the event of ice, check whether the
frequency;
blades are stuck to the windscreen
-
a windscreen with any chip or crack
before operating the wiping mecha-
level with the sensor, or a windscreen
nism. If you activate the wipers while
D
slow continuous wiping
covered in dust, dirt, insects, ice, the
the blades are stuck down with ice,
use of washing wax and water-repel-
you may risk damaging both the
E
fast continuous wiping
lent chemicals; the windscreen wiper
blade and the wiper motor.
will be less sensitive or may even not
- Do not activate the wipers on a dry
react at all.
screen. This will lead to the prema-
ture wear or damage to the blades.
Positions A and D are accessible
with the ignition on. Positions C
and E are accessible only with the
engine running.
1.110
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (4/6)
Specific front wiper position
Note: after replacement, to reposition
the blades correctly, make sure the
(service position)
blades are resting on the windscreen,
This position enables the blades to be
switch on the ignition and activate the
lifted to remove them from the winds-
wiper control.
creen.
It may be useful to:
- to clean the blades;
- to release the blades from the winds-
creen in winter;
- replace the blades ➥ 5.37.
In the event of obstacles on the
With the ignition on and the engine off,
windscreen (dirt, snow, ice etc.),
lower the windscreen wiper stalk fully
clean the windscreen (including the
(fast continuous wipe position). The
central area located behind the inte-
wiper arms stop in a position away from
rior rear view mirror) before starting
the bonnet.
the wipers (risk of motor overheat-
ing).
To return the blades to position, make
sure they have been placed on the
If an object is preventing a blade
windscreen, then move the stalk to po-
from moving, it may stop functio-
sition B (stop) with the ignition on.
ning. Remove the obstacle and
reactivate the wiper using the wiper
Before switching on the ignition,
stalk.
place the wipers on the windscreen.
Otherwise, there may a risk of damage
to the bonnet or the wipers when they
are switched on.
Before any action involving
the windscreen
(washing
the vehicle, de-icing, clean-
ing the windscreen, etc.)
return stalk 1 to position B (stop).
Risk of injury and/or damage.
1.111
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (5/6)
Note: in temperatures below zero, the
washer liquid may freeze on the wind-
screen, reducing visibility. Heat the
A
windscreen using the demister control
before cleaning.
1
B
C
D
E
Windscreen washer
With the ignition on, pull stalk 1 then
release.
A brief pull will trigger a single sweep
of the wipers, in addition to the wind-
screen washer.
A longer pull will trigger three sweeps
of the wipers followed, a few seconds
later, by a fourth, in addition to the wind-
screen washer.
When working in the engine
compartment, ensure that
the windscreen wiper stalk
is in position B (stop).
Risk of injury.
1.112
WINDSCREEN WASH, WIPE (6/6)
Note: to ensure the headlight wash-
ers operate correctly in winter, remove
snow from the jet trims and de-ice the
A
jet trims using an aerosol de-icer.
1
You are recommended to regularly
B
remove dirt encrusted on the headlight
glass.
C
When the minimum windscreen washer
fluid level is reached, the headlight
D
washer system may be deprimed.
Fill the windscreen washer fluid and
E
then activate the windscreen washer,
with the engine running, to reprime
the system.
Headlight washers
Headlights on
On equipped vehicles, hold stalk 1
pulled towards you for about 2 seconds
- the headlight washers and winds-
creen washers will be activated at the
same time.
The headlight washers are also activa-
ted after three prolonged movements
on the front windscreen washer control.
When working in the engine
compartment, ensure that
the windscreen wiper stalk
is in position B (stop).
Risk of injury.
1.113
REAR SCREEN WASH, WIPE (1/2)
To stop the operation, pivot ring 3 again.
Note: when washing using a roller
2
type car wash, return the ring 3 on the
3
1
stalk 1 to the stop position to deactivate
automatic wiping.
Follow usage recommendations.
Efficiency of a wiper blade
Check the condition of the wiper
blades. How long they last depends
on you:
- it must remain clean: clean the
blade and the screen regularly
with soapy water;
- do not use it when the screen is
dry;
- free it from the screen when it has
Rear screen wiper
not been used for a long time.
Y
With the ignition on, rotate the
In all cases, replace it as soon as
ring 3 on the lever 1 until the symbol is
it begins to lose efficiency: approxi-
opposite the reference point 2:
mately once a year. ➥ 5.37.
- stop;
- intermittent wiping.
Do not use the wiper arm to open or
Precautions for using the
The blade will pause for several
close the tailgate.
wipers
seconds between sweeps. Wiping
- In freezing or snowy weather,
frequency varies with vehicle
clear the screen before starting
speed;
Before any action involving
the wipers (risk of motor over-
the rear screen (washing
– slow continuous wiping.
heating);
the vehicle, de-icing, clean-
- ensure that no objects are ob-
ing, etc.) return stalk 1 to
structing the travel of the blade.
the stop position.
Risk of injury and/or damage.
1.114
REAR SCREEN WASH, WIPE (2/2)
Activation/deactivation of the rear
In the event of obstacles present on the
screen wiper
rear window (dirt, snow, etc.), the wiper
will try to sweep away all the obstacles.
Engaging reverse gear triggers inter-
If an obstacle prevents the blade from
mittent wiping (if the front wipers are in
1
moving, it can be stopped. Remove the
operation). If your vehicle is equipped
obstacle, wait for around 30 seconds
with a vehicle settings customisation
and reactivate the wiper using the wiper
menu, you can opt to activate or deacti-
stalk.
vate this function. ➥ 1.92.
For vehicles not fitted with a settings
Precautions
customisation menu, you can have this
- In the event of ice, check that the
function deactivated by an authorised
blades are not stuck to the wind-
dealer.
screen before operating the wipers.
If you activate the wiper while the
blade is blocked by ice, you risk
damaging both the blade and the
wiping motor.
Rear screen wash/wipe
p
- Do not operate the wipers on a dry
With the ignition on, push and
screen. This will lead to the prema-
hold stalk 1, then release.
ture wear or damage to the blades.
A longer action will trigger three sweeps
of the wipers followed, a few seconds
later, by a fourth, in addition to the wind-
screen washer.
1.115
FUEL TANK (1/3)
2
2
1
A
3
Useable tank capacity:
For details on filling the fuel tank, refer
Fuel grade
to the information on “Filling with fuel”
- About 11 gallons (50 litres) for
Use a high-grade fuel that complies
on the next page.
petrol versions;
with the legislation in force in each
To close it, press on the fuel filler flap by
country and which must comply with
- about 10.78 gallons (49 litres) for
hand, as far as it will go.
the specifications given on the label on
four door diesel versions;
the cover 2. ➥ 6.9.
- about 9.90 gallons (45 litres) for
five-door and estate diesel versions.
With the vehicle unlocked, to open
cover 2, press area A then release or,
depending on the vehicle, press the
control on the dashboard1. The cover 2
Never press valve 3 with
opens.
your fingers.
Valve 3 is integrated into the filler pipe.
Do not wash the filler
Fuel types that conform to European
area with a high-pressure
standards with which the engines of
washer.
vehicles sold in Europe are compat-
ible: refer to the table ➥ 6.9.
1.116
FUEL TANK (2/3)
Filling with fuel
With the ignition off, insert the nozzle to
open valve 3 and insert it fully before
turning it on to fill the fuel tank (risk of
2
splashing).
Keep the nozzle in this position through-
To fill up with fuel, the
out the entire filling operation.
engine must be stopped
When the pump cuts out automatically
(and not only on standby
at the end of the filling procedure, a
in the case of vehicles
3
maximum of two further filling attempts
equipped with the Stop and Start
may be made, as there must be suffi-
function): you must switch off the ig-
cient space in the fuel tank to allow for
nition ➥ 2.4 ➥ 2.5.
expansion.
Make sure that no water enters the fuel
Fire hazard.
tank during filling. The valve 3 and its
surround must remain clean.
Diesel versions
It is essential to use diesel fuel that
Petrol versions
Do not mix even small
conforms with the information given on
Using leaded petrol will damage the
amounts of petrol
(un-
the label inside cover 2.
antipollution system and may lead to
leaded or E85) with diesel.
a loss of warranty. To ensure that the
Do not use ethanol-based
fuel tank is not filled with leaded petrol,
fuel if your vehicle is not compatible
Petrol versions
the fuel tank filler neck consists of a re-
with this fuel.
It is essential to use unleaded petrol.
strictor fitted with a safety system which
Do not add reagent to the fuel -
The octane rating (RON) must comply
only allows a nozzle for unleaded
otherwise you risk damaging the
with the information given on the label
petrol to be used (at the pump).
engine ➥ 1.119.
on the cover 2. ➥ 6.9.
If you wish to add an additive to the
fuel, use a product approved by our
Technical Department.
Consult an approved dealer.
1.117
FUEL TANK (3/3)
Running out of fuel on diesel
versions
Vehicles with key/remote control
No modifications what-
- Set the ignition key to the “ON” posi-
soever are permitted on
4
tion 2 ➥ 2.3 and wait a few minutes
any part of the fuel supply
before starting to enable the fuel cir-
system
(electronic units,
cuit to be primed;
wiring, fuel circuit, injectors, pro-
– turn the key to position “START"3. If
tective covers, etc.) as this may be
the engine does not start, repeat the
dangerous (unless undertaken by
procedure.
qualified Network personnel).
- If the engine does not start after sev-
eral attempts, please contact an au-
thorised dealer.
Vehicles with card
With the card in the passenger com-
Persistent smell of
partment, press the start button 4 with-
out pressing any of the pedals. Wait a
fuel
few minutes before starting. This will
If you notice a persistent
enable the fuel circuit to be primed. If
smell of fuel you should:
the engine does not start, repeat the
- stop the vehicle as soon as traf-
procedure.
fic conditions allow and switch off
If the engine does not start after several
the ignition;
attempts, please contact an authorised
- switch on the hazard warning
dealer.
lights and ask your passengers
to leave the vehicle and to keep
away from traffic;
- contact an approved Dealer.
1.118
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 only on
standby in the case of vehicles
equipped with the Stop and Start
Operating principle
function): you must switch off the
The reagent is intended for diesel en-
engine ignition ➥ 2.4 ➥ 2.5.
gines fitted with the SCR (selective cat-
alytic reduction) system.
Using a reagent reduces the quantity of
nitrogen oxides in exhaust gases.
If the
“XXX MILES (XXX
Reagent consumption in real time de-
KM) Failure Top up AdBlue”
pends on vehicle usage conditions, the
warning message appears,
equipment fitted, and driving style.
Filling
fill the reagent tank and
refer to the filling instructions.
Capacity
of
the
tank:
3.52
gal
Reagent quality
(16 litres) approximately.
Risk of immobilisation of the ve-
Use only reagents which conform
hicle.
With the ignition switched off, open the
to standard ISO 22241 and in accor-
cover A, then unscrew the cap 1.
dance with the mark on the tank filler
cap.
Note: Ammonium hydroxide vapour
may escape from the cap opening
Filler cap: this is specific.
when the tank temperature is high.
If you have to replace it,
make sure it is identical to
the original cap. Contact
an approved 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.
1.119
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 and
and a soft cloth.
insert it fully before turning it on to fill
the fuel tank (risk of splashing). Keep
Note: If the reagent crystallises, use a
the nozzle in this position throughout
soft sponge.
After filling the reagent tank, check
the entire filling operation.
that the cap and cover are closed,
In extreme cold weather conditions
start the engine and WAIT 10 sec-
When the pump cuts out automatically
In frosty weather conditions, the rea-
onds with the vehicle stationary,
at the end of the filling procedure, a
gent tank should be refilled when the
engine running before setting off
maximum of two further filling attempts
again.
may be made, as there must be suffi-
indicator and the message “Top
If this operation is not carried out,
cient space in the fuel tank to allow for
up AdBlue before 1200 km” appear on
the filling of the tank will not be
expansion.
the instrument panel.
taken into account automatically
In other filling cases, it is essential to
Special cases
until after several dozens of minutes
read the information shown on the rea-
of driving.
The reagent fluid freezes below about
gent container (e.g. the can or bottle).
The message “--- Top up AdBlue”
-10°C.
and/or the warning lights will con-
In these conditions, do not attempt fill-
tinue to appear until the filling has
Precautions for use
ing when the fluid is frozen. In the event
been taken into account by the
When filling:
of needing to top up or fill the tank
system.
- handle the reagent with care. They
with reagent (
on), park the ve-
can damage clothes, shoes, body-
hicle in a hotter location if possible so
work components etc.;
that the reagent becomes liquid again.
Otherwise, have a qualified profes-
- make sure that no water enters the
sional top up or 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.
1.120
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”
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
“Top up AdBlue before 1200 km”
(800 km) range.
appears.
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
“XXX MILES (XXX KM) Failure Top up
about 496 miles (800 km) and 124 miles (200 km) range;
appears.
AdBlue”
- Approximately every 31 miles (50 km), you have less than
124 miles (200 km) range.
In any event, fill or have an Approved Dealer fill the reagent
tank as soon as possible.
The engine will not start.
“0 MILES (0 KM) Failure Top up AdBlue”
flashes
To restart, you must fill the reagent tank yourself.
1.121
REAGENT TANK (4/4)
System fault
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
restart the vehicle.
These warnings are repeated:
- every 62 miles (100 km) until there are between
“XXX MILES (XXX KM) Failure antipollu-
500 miles (800 km) and 124 miles (200 km) re-
tion”
maining until 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.
1.122
Section 2: Driving
Running in
2.2
Ignition switch
2.3
Starting, stopping the engine
2.4
Stop and start function
2.8
Special features of petrol versions
2.12
Special features of diesel versions
2.14
Gear lever, Handbrake
2.16
Electronic parking brake
2.17
“AUTOHOLD” function
2.21
Driving advice, Eco-driving
2.22
Maintenance and antipollution advice
2.30
Environment
2.31
Tyre pressure warning and monitoring system
2.32
Driver correction devices and aids
2.43
Lane departure warning
2.49
Lane Keeping Assist
2.54
Blind spot warning
2.60
Safe distance alert
2.67
Active emergency braking
2.71
Fatigue detection warning
2.79
Detection of road signs
2.81
Speed limiter
2.85
Cruise control
2.89
Adaptive cruise control
2.94
Parking distance control
2.107
Reversing camera
2.113
Parking exit warning
2.115
Assisted parking
2.119
Automatic gearbox
2.124
Emergency call
2.127
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
“ON" 2 position
The ignition is switched on:
Accessories (radio etc.) can be used.
“START" 3 position
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
“LOCK 0 position
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.
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