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Renault Megane Electric (2022 year). Manual in english - page 5

 

 

CAMERA REAR VIEW (1/4)
1
2
Depending on the vehicle, the rear
When the ignition is switched on, the
This function is an additional
view can be displayed by the camera 1.
rear view mirror
2 mounted on the
aid. It cannot, therefore,
Direct rear view by mirror remains avail-
roof centre console displays the view
under any circumstances
able at all times.
behind the vehicle that is transmitted by
replace the vigilance or the
the camera 1.
The 1 camera is installed behind the
responsibility of the driver.
rear screen in the wiper area.
Note:
The driver should always be ready
Make sure that the 1 camera is not ob-
- the camera display 1 is transmit-
for sudden incidents while driv-
scured (by dirt, mud, snow, condensa-
ted only if the rear view mirror is in
ing: always ensure that there are
tion etc.).
“screen” mode. For more informa-
no small, narrow moving obstacles
tion, see the “Operation” paragraph
(such as a child, animal, pushchair,
on the following pages;
bicycle, stone, post, etc.) in the blind
spot when manoeuvring.
- the rear view mirror 2 can be posi-
tioned left to right and upwards and
downwards.
1.84
CAMERA REAR VIEW (2/4)
2
A
3
Operation
Switching off the function
The camera’s field of vision does not
The display switches off immediately
cover the entire area behind the vehi-
after the ignition is switched off.
cle, particularly the blind spot area A.
Depending on your vision, an ad-
Note: mirror mode remains available
aptation time may be necessary to
by activating the lever 3.
focus on the camera view display.
Objects which appear on the edge
of rear view mirror 2 may be appear
distorted.
In very bright light (snow, vehicle
in sunshine, etc.), the camera view
may be partially disturbed.
In low brightness or poor weather,
the image on the screen may be dis-
torted.
1.85
CAMERA REAR VIEW (3/4)
Selecting the settings:
a) adjusting the brightness;
b) adjusting the vertical viewing angle;
c) adjusting the horizontal viewing
angle;
d) adjusting the angle of rotation;
e) activating/deactivating the settings
menu display on the rear view mirror;
f) selecting a language;
3
4
5
6
7
8
g) activating/deactivating button back-
lighting.
Exit from the settings menu occurs au-
tomatically after approximately five sec-
Operation
Adjusting the display and the
onds if no button is pressed.
Use the lever 3 to switch between the
camera
mirror and the “screen” mode.
Press the 5menu” button once to
The green LED 4 as well as the pic-
access the settings menu.
togram displayed at the top right of
Repeatedly press the 6 and 7 buttons
the rear view mirror indicates that the
to scroll through the settings options.
screen mode is operating properly. It
Press the 8OK” button to access the
For safety reasons, carry
goes out if you switch change to mirror
desired setting.
out any adjustments
mode or in the event of a fault.
Use the 6 and 7 buttons to adjust or ac-
while the vehicle is sta-
tivate/deactivate the desired setting.
tionary.
Adjust the system field of vision and
the door mirrors before driving. Be
sure to adjust the central rear view
mirror before switching to “screen”
Each time the vehicle is started,
mode.
the function returns to the settings
saved at the last engine stop.
1.86
CAMERA REAR VIEW (4/4)
9
2
4
Special features related to
Operating faults
the reverse gear
When the system detects an operating
When the vehicle is reversing, consider
fault, the rear view mirror 2 turns black,
the images transmitted by the rear view
the pictogram displayed at the top
camera (multimedia screen 9) in addi-
right of the rear view mirror disappears
tion to the information available through
and the LED 4 goes out. This may be
the rear view mirror as there remains a
caused by a fault affecting the camera
rear view blind spot ➥ 2.133.
or screen (clearness, fixed image, de-
layed communication etc.).
If the black background persists, switch
to mirror mode and consult an ap-
proved dealer.
1.87
DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE (1/2)
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
7
10
1
8
8
27
26
24
22
19
13
12
11
18
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21
20
25
14
17
15
16
1.88
DRIVING POSITION: LEFT-HAND DRIVE (2/2)
The equipment fitted, described below, DEPENDS ON THE VERSION AND COUNTRY.
1
Side air vents.
14
Accessories socket.
25
Bonnet release control.
2
Stalk for:
15
Cup holder.
26
Controls for:
- direction indicator lights;
16
Centre console storage compart-
- activating/deactivating the elec-
- exterior lights;
ment USB-C sockets.
tronic parking brake;
- rear fog lights.
17
Hands-free card holder.
- activation/deactivation of the
3
Instrument panel.
18
Induction charging zone or centre
AUTOHOLD function;
4
Driver airbag and horn location.
console storage compartment.
- ...
5
Electronic selector lever.
19
Engine start/stop button.
27
Controls for:
6
Steering column stalk for wind-
20
Radio remote control.
- lighting rheostat for control
screen and rear screen wash/
21
Control MULTI-SENSE.
instru- ments;
wiper.
22
Controls for:
- activation/deactivation of the
7
Centre air vents.
- on-board computer information
“Lane keeping system” function
8
Demister outlet.
read-out and vehicle settings
(lane departure warning, lane
9
Multimedia screen.
customisation menu,
departure prevention, lane cen-
10
Passenger airbag location.
- remote radio and navigation
tring);
11
Fuse box.
system.
- luggage compartment opening
12
Glovebox
23
Control for adjusting steering
control;
13
Controls for:
wheel height and reach.
- ...
- heating or air conditioning;
24
Main switch and controls for cruise
- hazard warning lights;
control/speed limiter and Stop and
- electric door locking;
Go adaptive cruise control.
– ...
1.89
DRIVER’S POSITION RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (1/2)
1
2
3
4
5
3
6
7
8
9
1
5
5
10
11
12
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26
25
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15
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13
21
24
22
23
1.90
DRIVER’S POSITION RIGHT-HAND DRIVE (2/2)
The equipment fitted, described below, DEPENDS ON THE VERSION AND COUNTRY.
1
Side air vents.
12
Controls for:
18
Control for adjusting steering
2
Passenger airbag location.
- activating/deactivating the elec-
wheel height and reach.
3
Centre air vents.
tronic parking brake;
19
Engine start/stop button.
4
Multimedia screen.
- activation/deactivation of the
20
Controls for:
5
Demister outlets.
AUTOHOLD function;
- heating or air conditioning;
6
Stalk:
- ...
- hazard warning lights;
- direction indicator lights;
13
Bonnet release control.
- electric door locking;
- exterior lights;
14
Radio remote control.
- ...
- rear fog lights.
15
Control MULTI-SENSE.
21
Accessories socket.
7
Instrument panel.
16
Controls for:
22
Cup holder.
8
Driver airbag and horn location.
- on-board computer information
23
Centre console storage compart-
9
Electronic selector lever.
read-out and vehicle settings
ment USB-C sockets.
10
Steering column stalk for wind-
customisation menu,
24
“Hands-free” card holder.
screen and rear screen wash/
- remote radio and navigation
25
Induction charging zone or centre
wiper.
system.
console storage compartment.
11
Controls for:
17
Main switch and controls for cruise
26
Glovebox.
- lighting rheostat for control
control/speed limiter and Stop and
27
Fuse box.
instru- ments;
Go adaptive cruise control.
- activation/deactivation of the
“Lane keeping system” function
(lane departure warning, lane
departure prevention, lane cen-
tring);
- luggage compartment opening
control;
– ...
1.91
WARNING LIGHTS (1/4)
The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
In some cases, the appearance of a
warning light is accompanied by a mes-
1.30
sage.
Handbrake or electronic
Side light tell-tale light
parking brake warning light
➥ 2.10
A
Dipped beam headlight tell-
“AUTOHOLD” system warn-
k
tale light
ing light ➥ 2.14
Main beam headlight tell-tale
Pedestrian horn fault warn-
1
á
light
ing light
Automatic main beam head-
Driver and passenger front
light indicator light ➥ 1.112
å
airbags fault warning light
➥ 1.49 ➥ 1.76
Rear fog light tell-tale light
Low windscreen washer
level warning light
Left-hand direction indicator
Instrument panel A: lights up when
c
tell-tale light
the driver's door is opened. Press or lift
the 1 switch as many times as required
Right-hand direction indica-
to adjust the intensity.
b
tor tell-tale light
Bad weather warning light
If no lights or sounds are ap-
➥ 1.112
parent, this indicates a fault
“Adaptive Vision” headlight
in the instrument panel. This
fault warning light ➥ 1.112
indicates that it is essential
to stop immediately (as soon as traf-
Warning light
means you
fic conditions allow). Ensure that the
should drive very carefully to an
vehicle is correctly immobilised and
authorised dealer as soon as
contact an approved Dealer.
possible. If you fail to follow this
recommendation, you risk damag-
ing your vehicle.
1.92
WARNING LIGHTS (2/4)
The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Urgent stop warning light
Warning light
Electrotechnical system
®
warning light
This lights up when the ignition
If it appears in red during driv-
is switched on and goes out as soon as
ing and is accompanied by the
®
It appears when the temperature of the
the engine is started. It comes on with
indicator light, you must, for your safety,
electrical assembly is too high. Stop the
other warning lights and/or messages,
stop as soon as traffic conditions allow.
vehicle without switching off the igni-
and is accompanied by a beep.
Switch off the engine and do not restart
tion. The temperature should lower and
it.
the warning light should disappear. If
It requires you to stop immediately, for
this is not the case, please consult an
your own safety, as soon as traffic con-
Call an approved Dealer.
Authorised Dealer.
ditions allow. Switch off the engine and
If it appears in yellow during driving and
do not restart it.
The warning light may be accompa-
is accompanied by the
warn-
nied by a reduction in vehicle perfor-
Contact an approved Dealer.
ing light, visit an approved dealer as
mance.
Warning light
soon as possible. Meanwhile, drive
with care. If you fail to follow this rec-
Electrotechnical system
This lights up when the ignition
fault warning light
ommendation, you risk damaging your
is switched on and goes out as soon as
vehicle.
When it comes on, this indicates an
the engine is started. It can light up in
electrotechnical fault related to the
conjunction with other warning lights
electrical assembly
(traction battery
and/or messages on the instrument
and electric motor). Contact your ap-
panel.
proved Dealer straight away.
It means you should drive very care-
fully to an approved dealer as soon as
possible. If you fail to follow this recom-
The
®
warning light
mendation, you risk damaging your ve-
requires you to stop imme-
hicle.
diately, for your own safety,
as soon as traffic conditions
allow. Switch off the engine and
do not restart it. Call an approved
Dealer.
1.93
WARNING LIGHTS (3/4)
The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Electric motor fault warning
Secondary
12 V battery
Anti-lock braking warning
light
Ú
charge warning light
x
light
When it comes on, this indicates a fault
If it comes on, accompanied by the
This lights up when the ignition is
with the electrotechnical system linked
®
warning light and a beep,
switched on and goes out after a few
to the electric motor. Contact your ap-
this means that the electrical cir-
seconds.
proved Dealer straight away.
cuit is overcharged or discharged
If it does not go out after the ignition is
➥ 1.8.
switched on, or lights up when driving,
Traction battery gauge indi-
there is a fault with the ABS. Braking
cator light
Limited performance warn-
will then be as normal, without the ABS.
ing light
This lights up in yellow when the trac-
Contact an approved Dealer as soon as
tion battery charge level has reached
This appears when the traction battery
possible.
the reserve threshold ➥ 1.96.
temporarily does not deliver its nominal
Warning light for the elec-
Traction battery fault warn-
power. During this period, vehicle per-
tronic stability program
formance is reduced.
ing light
(ESC) and traction control system
Opt for a smoother driving style until the
If it appears, accompanied by the
There are several reasons for the warn-
warning light disappears.
warning light, this indicates a
ing light to appear ➥ 2.27.
fault related to the operation of the trac-
Warning light for non-availa-
tion battery. Contact your approved
bility of the electronic stabil-
Dealer straight away.
ity program (ESC) and traction con-
trol system
Tyre pressure monitoring
system ➥ 2.22.
”Automatic Parking” func-
tion warning light ➥ 2.146
1.94
WARNING LIGHTS (4/4)
The presence and operation of the warning lights DEPEND ON THE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Variable power assisted
Lane departure system
steering warning light
warning light ➥ 2.32
B
It lights up when the ignition or the
Lane departure prevention
engine is switched on and goes off after
system warning light ➥ 2.37
a few seconds.
Lane centring system warn-
If it comes on while driving, alongside
ing light ➥ 2.105
the warning light
®
, this means
there is a system fault.
”Advanced safety” function
fault or non-availability
Contact an authorised dealer.
warning light ➥ 2.52
Brake circuit fault warning
D
Overspeed warning light
light
➥ 1.96
It lights up when the ignition or the
Cruise control and
engine is switched on and goes off after
 
speed limiter indica-
a few seconds.
tor lights ➥ 2.74 ➥ 2.78
If it comes on during braking and is ac-
On the display B
companied by the
®
warning light
Adaptive cruise control
Passenger Airbag ON
and a beep, it indicates that the fluid
warning light Stop and Go
➥ 1.58 ➥ 1.76
level in the circuit is low or that there is
➥ 2.83
a braking system fault.
Charging programme indi-
Passenger Airbag OFF
Stop as soon as traffic conditions allow
¹
cator lights ➥ 1.20
➥ 1.58 ➥ 1.76
and consult an approved dealer.
Warning lights for air condi-
Front seat belt reminder
Brake pedal warning light
ß
tioning programming ➥ 3.17
warning light ➥ 1.44
Ó
This lights up when the brake
pedal should be depressed ➥ 2.5.
”Hands off steering wheel”
detection warning light
➥ 2.37 ➥ 2.52 ➥ 2.105
1.95
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (1/4)
Selection of views
-
realistic scene: displays the speed,
active driving aids, information area
Depending on the vehicle, browse
as well as your vehicle and its sur-
using the control 1 to select the various
roundings (lanes, vehicles around
views on the instrument panel A.
A
you, etc.) on the instrument panel;
Several views are proposed:
-
minimum view: displays only essen-
-
charging view: displays the range,
tial information, the speed, active
battery percentage and remain-
driving aids and the information area
ing charging time on the instrument
on the instrument panel.
panel only when the vehicle is charg-
ing;
-
classic view: displays the speed,
active driving aids, information area
and, depending on the vehicle,
1
the power meter on the instrument
panel;
Instrument panel A
-
navigation view: displays the speed,
lights up when the driver’s door is
active driving aids and the informa-
opened. In some cases, the appear-
tion area on the instrument panel. It
ance of a warning light is accompanied
also duplicates the road map from
by a message.
the multimedia system on the entire
Depending on the vehicle, you can cus-
instrument panel;
tomise your instrument panel with the
content and colours of your choice.
1.96
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (2/4)
3
4
5
6
2
10
9
8
7
Speedometer 2.
Ready to drive message 3.
Information area 6, depending on the
vehicle, browse using the control 10 to
The vehicle speed is limited to approx-
The READY message appears when
select various widgets on the instru-
imately 93 mph (150 km/h) (or 99 mph
the engine starts and disappears when
ment panel A:
(160 km/h) depending on the vehicle).
the vehicle speed exceeds
3 mph
(5 km/h).
- on-board computer information
Overspeed buzzer
(mileage recorder, consumption,
Navigation in progress informa-
Depending on the vehicle and country,
etc.);
tion 4.
the
warning light is displayed
- telephone, multimedia (audio source
Power meter 5.
and a beep sounds. This beep sounds
currently playing, etc.) information;
Regenerative braking level warning
as soon as the vehicle is travelling at
- vehicle information (warning mes-
light 7.
over 75 mph (120 km/h).
sages, etc.);
This warning light remains lit for as long
Information on driving aids 8.
– ...
as the vehicle is travelling at over
Battery Information 9 (traction bat-
74 mph (120 km/h).
tery charge rate, estimated range).
1.97
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (3/4)
Reserve threshold
When the traction battery charge
reaches approximately 7% or, depend-
11
12
ing on the vehicle, approximately 12%,
the gauge and indicator light 15
appear in yellow, accompanied by a
beep.
To optimise your range ➥ 2.20.
Immobilisation threshold imminent
15
When the charge level reaches 4.5%
14
13
or, depending on the vehicle, approx-
imately 6%, a beep is heard and the
gauge illuminates in red.
Charging cable “Plugged In”
Remaining charge time 13
When the charge level reaches 3.5%
warning light 11
or, depending on the vehicle, approxi-
Traction battery charge rate 14
mately 5%, the range value is no longer
This comes on when the charging cord
displayed. Engine performance gradu-
is plugged into the vehicle.
ally decreases until the vehicle comes
to a halt ➥ 5.22.
Charge level 12
The gauge indicates the level of energy
remaining.
1.98
DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS (4/4)
To return to the previous mode, repeat
the same operation.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc-
tions for more information.
16
Instrument panel in miles
(option to switch to km/h)
With the vehicle stationary and the
engine switched on, from the multi-
media screen 16, select the “Vehicle”
Mode, press the
“Settings” menu,
“Units”, then “Distance”.
Choose from kilometres or miles.
Note: in both cases, once the battery
is switched off, the on-board computer
automatically returns to the original unit
of measurement.
For safety reasons, carry
out any adjustments when
the vehicle is not being
driven.
1.99
TRIP COMPUTER: general information (1/2)
Repeatedly press up/down on the
Resetting the journey
1 switch to browse functions.
A
parameters (reset button)
On the instrument panel A:
With one of the trip parameters se-
lected as the display, press and hold
a) journey settings:
the switch 1 downwards until the dis-
- average energy consumption
play resets to zero.
since the last reset and current
energy consumption;
- distance travelled since last reset.
Automatic resetting of the
b) reset the tyre pressure;
journey parameters
c) service interval;
Resetting occurs automatically when
1
the maximum value of any of the pa-
d) trip log, operating faults and informa-
rameters is exceeded.
tion message readout.
Trip computer A
Depending on the vehicle, this includes
the following functions:
- distance travelled;
- journey settings;
- information messages;
- operating fault messages (associ-
- warning messages (connected to the
®
warning light).
All these functions are described in the
following pages.
1.100
TRIP COMPUTER: general information (2/2)
Interpreting some of the
Resetting the estimated
values displayed after
range
resetting
After a full recharge of the traction bat-
The values showing average energy
tery, you can select two types of reset-
consumption and range will become
ting: manual or automatic.
more stable and reliable the further you
Manual reset
have travelled since the last time the
Reset button was pressed.
Select the journey setting to reset, then
press and hold the 1 switch to reset the
For the first few miles after pressing
range.
the reset key you will notice that the
range increases as you travel. This is
Automatic reset
1
because the average energy consump-
tion since the last reset is taken into ac-
The range is automatically reset at the
count. However, the average energy
end of a full recharge of the traction
consumption may fall when:
battery to a value calculated based on
Reading energy consumption
the energy consumption over the last
- the vehicle stops accelerating;
values
125 miles (200 km).
- when driving from an urban area
Some vehicle equipment items con-
onto the open road.
sume energy: the energy consumed
by the vehicle may therefore differ from
the energy consumed on the electric
counter.
Some on-board computer information appears on the navigation system display.
The trip settings mileage recorder is reset simultaneously in the on-board com-
puter and the navigation system.
1.101
TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: journey parameters (1/3)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Examples of selections
Interpreting the display selected
Consumption
a) Trip settings.
Current energy consumption.
+ 13,4
kWh
Average energy consumption.
The value is displayed after having travelled at least 400 metres since
12,8
the last reset.
kWh/100 km
Journey
1284,7
Distance travelled since the last reset.
km
b) Tyre pressure reset ➥ 2.22
1.102
TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: journey parameters (2/3)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Examples of selections
Interpreting the display selected
c) Service interval.
Service in
Distance remaining until the next service (displayed in miles/kilo-
metres), then when the service nears, several scenarios are possible:
1,200 miles (1,936 km)
- range less than 930 miles (1,500 km) or one month: the message
or 3 months
“Service in” is displayed accompanied by the distance or the time;
- when a service is due, the message “Service due” is displayed ac-
companied by the nearest term (distance or time);
- range equal to 0 miles (0 km) or date of service reached: the
message “Service Required” is displayed accompanied by the
The vehicle requires a service as soon as possible.
Resetting the display after the service in accordance with the maintenance schedule.
The service interval must only be reset after a service which complies with the recommendations in the maintenance schedule.
To reset the distance before service, press the up/down buttons to scroll through the trip computer information (steering wheel
control) until the mileage before oil change is displayed permanently.
Special note: To reset the service interval, press and hold one of the display reset buttons for approximately 10 seconds until
the display shows the mileage permanently.
1.103
TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: journey parameters (3/3)
The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.
Examples of selections
Interpreting the display selected
Settings
d) Vehicle settings personalisation menu ➥ 1.108.
(OK)
Tailgate open
e) Trip log.
Successive display:
- information messages;
- operating fault messages.
1.104

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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