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Renault Captur (2024 year). Manual in english - page 3

 

 

engine coolant ...........................................

(current page)

fuel level ....................................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD82505_4

Afficheurs et indicateurs (HJB - Renault)

 

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(2/7)

Fuel gauge 10

If the level is at the minimum, warn- 
ing light 

M

 integrated in the indica- 

tor comes on orange, accompanied by  

a beep. Fill up as soon as possible.

10

Coolant temperature indicator 9

In normal use, indicator 

9

 should be  

before area 

8

. Under “intensive” oper- 

ating conditions, the needle may ap- 

proach this zone. This is not serious  

unless the warning light 

®

 comes  

on accompanied by a message on the  

instrument panel and a beep.

9

8

overspeed buzzer ......................................

(current page)

range with fuel ...........................................

(current page)

indicators:

instrument panel ..................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fuel level ....................................................

(current page)

fuel level ....................................................

(current page)

trip computer and warning system.............

(current page)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights.............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD82505_4

Afficheurs et indicateurs (HJB - Renault)

 

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(3/7)

Instrument panel B

It lights up when the ignition is switched  

on. In some cases, the appearance of a  

warning light is accompanied by a mes- 

sage.

Depending on the vehicle, you can cus- 

tomise your instrument panel with the  

content and colours of your choice.

For vehicles fitted with a multimedia  

screen, refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions.

For vehicles not fitted with a multimedia  

screen 

 1.83.

Overspeed buzzer

Depending on the vehicle and coun- 
try, the 

 warning light is dis- 

played and a beep sounds. This beep  

sounds as soon as the vehicle is trav- 

elling at over 75 mph (120 km/h). This  

warning light remains lit for as long as  

the vehicle is travelling at over 74 mph  

(120 km/h).

Rev counter 14

(graduations x 1000)

This is displayed differently according  

to how the instrument panel is custom- 

ised. Depending on the style selected,  

it may not be displayed.

Driving style indicator 15 

 

2.30

B

Coolant temperature indicator 11

In normal use, indicator 

11

 should be  

before area 

12

. Under “intensive” op- 

erating conditions, the needle may ap- 

proach this zone. This is not serious  

unless the warning light 

®

 comes  

on accompanied by a message on the  

instrument panel and a beep.

Speedometer 13

Depending on the style selected, the  

display varies.

11

12

13

14

15

engine coolant ...........................................

(current page)

fuel level ....................................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD82505_4

Afficheurs et indicateurs (HJB - Renault)

 

Multimedia information 16

Depending on the vehicle, you can dis- 

play information from the multimedia  

screen (the compass, telephone, navi- 

gation, etc.).

Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions for more information.

Estimated mileage with remaining  

fuel 17

The value is displayed after driving 400  

metres. 

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Total mileage recorder 18 

 

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Trip computer 19 

 

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17

18

16

19

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(4/7)

Fuel gauge 20

If the level is at the minimum, warn- 
ing light 

M

 integrated in the indica- 

tor comes on orange, accompanied by  

a beep. Fill up as soon as possible.

20

range with fuel ...........................................

(current page)

multimedia equipment ...............................

(current page)

engine coolant ...........................................

(current page)

fuel level ....................................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD82505_4

Afficheurs et indicateurs (HJB - Renault)

 

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(5/7)

Instrument panel C

It lights up when the ignition is switched  

on. In some cases, the appearance of a  

warning light is accompanied by a mes- 

sage.
Depending on the vehicle, you can cus- 

tomise your instrument panel with col- 

ours of your choice. For vehicles fitted  

with a multimedia screen, refer to the  

multimedia instructions.

For vehicle not fitted with a navigation  

system 

 1.83.

Rev counter 21

(graduations x 1000)
Coolant temperature indicator 23

In normal use, the indicator 

23

 should  

be before the red zone 

22

. Under “in- 

tensive” operating conditions, the 

 

needle may approach this zone. This  

is not serious unless the warning light  

®

 comes on accompanied by a  

message on the instrument panel and  

a beep.

C

Trip computer 24

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Estimated mileage with remaining  

fuel 25

The value is displayed after driving 

400 metres.

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Total mileage recorder 26

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21

23

22

24

25

26

o v e r -

speed buzzer .............................................

(current page)

range with fuel ...........................................

(current page)

fuel level ....................................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD82505_4

Afficheurs et indicateurs (HJB - Renault)

 

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(6/7)

Speedometer 28
Overspeed buzzer

Depending on the vehicle and coun- 
try, the 

 warning light is dis- 

played and a beep sounds. This beep  

sounds as soon as the vehicle is trav- 

elling at over 75 mph (120 km/h). This  

warning light remains lit for as long as  

the vehicle is travelling at over 74 mph  

(120 km/h).

28

29

Fuel gauge 29

If the level is at the minimum, warn- 
ing light 

M

 integrated in the indica- 

tor comes on orange, accompanied by  

a beep. Fill up as soon as possible.

Driving style indicator 27 

 

2.30

27

multimedia equipment ...............................

(current page)

engine oil level ...........................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD82505_4

Afficheurs et indicateurs (HJB - Renault)

 

Displays and indicators

Engine oil level low warning

When the engine is started, the instru- 

ment panel display alerts you if the min- 

imum oil level is reached. 

 4.4.

The first time the warning appears, it  

can be cleared by pressing switch 

30

  

OK

”.

Subsequent warnings will disappear  

automatically after around 30 seconds.

DISPLAYS AND INDICATORS 

(7/7)

34

Instrument panel in miles

(option to switch to km/h)

Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia  

screen

– With the ignition off, press the 

31

  

switch as many times as required to  

reach the vehicle tab 

34

;

–  press the 

32

 or 

33

 control repeatedly  

to reach the “Settings”, then press  

the 

30

 “

OK

” switch;

–  repeat the same operation to access  

“DASHBOARD”, then “Units”.

Vehicles fitted with a multimedia  

screen.

Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions to select the audio system.

Note:

 in both cases, once the battery  

is switched off, the on-board computer  

automatically returns to the original unit  

of measurement.
To return to the previous mode, repeat  

the same operation.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions for more information.

31

32

33

30

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

control instruments ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

indicators:

instrument panel ..................................

(up to the end of the DU)

menu for customising the vehicle settings .

(current page)

instrument panel messages.......................

(up to the end of the DU)

trip computer and warning system.............

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights.............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD68937_3

Ordinateur de bord : généralités (HJB - Renault)

 

Trip computer

TRIP COMPUTER: general information 

(1/4)

Trip computer AB or C

Depending on the vehicle, this includes 

the following functions:
–  distance travelled;

–  journey settings;

–  information messages;

– operating fault messages (con- 

nected to the 

©

 warning light);

–  warning messages (connected to the  

®

 warning light);

–  vehicle settings customisation menu  

 1.83.

All these functions are described on the 

following pages.

1

2

3

4

1

2

3

4

4

2

3

1

A

B

C

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

mileage before service ..............................

(current page)

additional tank capacity .............................

(current page)

fuel consumption .......................................

(current page)

maintenance:

mileage before service .........................

(current page)

clock

setting ..................................................

(current page)

tyre pressure..............................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD68937_3

Ordinateur de bord : généralités (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER: general information 

(2/4)

Vehicle fitted with Ainstrument  

panel

The functions will be distributed in  

zones 

5

6

7

, and

 8

. The location of the  

zones differs depending on the style  

selected.
Press the 

1

 switch to browse between  

areas 

5

 and 

6

, then select the functions  

by pressing the 

2

 or 

3

 switch repeat- 

edly.

6

7

5

1

2

3

4

A

A

8

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

mileage before service ..............................

(current page)

additional tank capacity .............................

(current page)

fuel consumption .......................................

(current page)

maintenance:

mileage before service .........................

(current page)

clock

setting ..................................................

(current page)

tyre pressure..............................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD68937_3

Ordinateur de bord : généralités (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER: general information 

(3/4)

Vehicle fitted with Cinstrument  

panel

Press the switch 

1

 as many times as re-

quired to reach the “Vehicle” tab.
Press repeatedly using control 

2

 or 

3

,  

then if necessary use switch 

4

 to con- 

firm.

3

4

Vehicle fitted with Binstrument  

panel

The functions will be distributed in  

zones 

5

6

7

, and

 8

.

Press switch 

1

 to browse between the  

zones and select the functions by re- 

peatedly pressing switch 

2

 or 

3

.

5

6

8

7

1

2

3

4

B

B

C

2

1

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ENG_UD68937_3

Ordinateur de bord : généralités (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER: general information 

(4/4)

Resetting the trip mileage  

recorder and journey  

parameters (reset button)

With one of the trip parameters se- 

lected as the display, press and hold  

the 

4

 switch “OK” until the display  

resets to zero.

Automatic resetting of the 

journey parameters

Resetting occurs automatically when 

the maximum value of any of the pa- 

rameters is exceeded.

Interpreting some of the 

values displayed after 

resetting

The values showing average fuel con- 

sumption, range and average speed 

will become more stable and reliable 

the further you travel after pressing the 

reset button.
For the first few miles after pressing  

the reset key you will notice that the  

range increases as you travel. This  

range takes into account the average  

fuel consumption since the last time the  

reset button was pressed. Therefore,  

the average fuel consumption may de- 

crease when:
–   the vehicle stops accelerating;
–  the engine reaches its operating 

temperature (if the engine was cold 

when the reset key was pressed);

–   when driving from an urban area 

onto the open road.

Selections

(the display depends on the vehicle  

equipment and country)
a)  Trip log, operating faults and infor- 

mation message readout;

b)   Journey  settings:

–  average fuel consumption;

–   current fuel consumption;

–  estimated range with remaining fuel;

–  distance travelled;

–  average speed;

–  LPG average fuel consumption;

–   estimated range with remaining LPG  

fuel;

–  LPG range;
c)  trip mileage recorder and average  

speed;

d)  Reset the tyre pressure;
e) set the time;
f)  distance before service;
  –  distance before service;
  –  mileage before oil change;
g)  Estimated range with remaining rea- 

gent.

4

instrument panel messages.......................

(up to the end of the DU)

trip computer and warning system.............

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights.............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD65604_3

Ordinateur de bord : paramètres de voyage (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER: journey parameters 

(1/5)

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

Vehicle Systems  OK

a) Trip log.

Successive display:

–   information messages (passenger airbag OFF  etc.);

–   operating fault messages (“Check injection” etc.).

b) Current fuel consumption.

This value is displayed after a speed of approximately 20 mph (30 km/h) is  

reached.

7.4 L/100

  Average fuel consumption

 since the last reset.

The value is displayed after having travelled at least 400 metres since the last  

reset.

5.8 L/100

c) Mileage recorder: Distance travelled

 since the last reset.

112,4 km

  Average speed

 since the last reset.

 

The value is displayed after driving 400 metres.

123.4 km/h

LPG ...........................................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD65604_3

Ordinateur de bord : paramètres de voyage (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER: journey parameters 

(2/5)

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

Average LPG

d) Average LPG fuel consumption

.

–-.- L/100

Range LPG

  Estimated range with remaining LPG fuel

.

–-- km

Distance LPG

  Distance travelled on LPG fuel since the last reset

.

–-- km

55.8

 mph (90 km/h)

e) Current speed 

(depending on the vehicle).

clock

setting ..................................................

(current page)

tyre pressure..............................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD65604_3

Ordinateur de bord : paramètres de voyage (HJB - Renault)

 

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

TRIP COMPUTER: journey parameters 

(3/5)

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

Tyre pressure init.  

long press

d) Reset the tyre pressure.

 2.40

16:30 

e) Setting the time.

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mileage before service ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

maintenance:

mileage before service .........................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD65604_3

Ordinateur de bord : paramètres de voyage (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER: journey parameters 

(4/5)

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

On-board computer with mileage- 

before-service message

f)  Mileage before service and oil change.

Mileage before service

With the ignition on and engine not running

, access the “Mileage  

before service” information. When the distance value approaches its  

limit, there are several possible scenarios:

–   If the range is less than 

930 miles (1,500 km)

 or 

one month:

 the  

message “Service due” is displayed accompanied by the nearest  

term (distance or time);

–   range equal to 

0 miles (0 km)

 or 

date of service reached:

 the mes- 

sage “Service Required” is displayed accompanied by the warning  

light 

©

.

The vehicle requires a service as soon as possible.

Service in

30 000 km / 12 months

Service due in

300 km / 24 days

Service Required

Reset

: to reset the distance before the next service, press and hold button OK  for approximately 10 seconds until the display  

shows the mileage before service permanently.

Note

: If a service is performed without changing the engine oil, only the mileage before the next service should be reset. In the  

event of an oil change, both the distance before the next service and the next oil change should be reset.

additional tank capacity .............................

(current page)

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ENG_UD65604_3

Ordinateur de bord : paramètres de voyage (HJB - Renault)

 

The display of information shown below DEPENDS ON THE VEHICLE EQUIPMENT AND COUNTRY.

TRIP COMPUTER: journey parameters 

(5/5)

Examples of selections

Interpreting the display selected

On-board computer with distance  

before next service message (cntd.)

f)  Mileage before service or oil change.

Mileage before service

With the ignition on and the engine not running

, access the mileage  

information to display the mileage before the next oil change.

Oil change in

30 000 km / 24 months

Depending on the vehicle, the mileage before an oil change varies according to the driving style (frequent driving at low speed,  

door-to-door journeys, extensive use at idling speed, towing a trailer, etc.). The distance remaining until the next oil change can  

therefore decrease more quickly in some cases than the actual distance travelled.

Reset

: to reset the distance before the next service, press and hold button OK for approximately 10 seconds until the display  

shows the mileage before oil change permanently.

Note

: If a service is performed without changing the engine oil, only the mileage before the next service should be reset. In the  

event of an oil change, both the distance before the next service and the next oil change should be reset.

Top Up AdBlue before 2400 km

g) Estimated range with remaining reagent.

trip computer and warning system.............

(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights.............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel messages.......................

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

parking brake .............................................

(current page)

starting .......................................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD56589_1

Ordinateur de bord : messages d’information (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: information messages

Examples of messages

Interpreting the display selected

“Parking Brake ON”

 

Indicates that the parking brake has been applied.

“Turn Steering Wheel + START”

  Turn the steering wheel slightly whilst pressing the vehicle start button to unlock the steer- 

ing column.

“Vehicle Checks in Progress”

Displayed with the ignition on when the vehicle is running self-diagnostics.

These can help in the vehicle starting phase, or give information about a selection or a driving status.

Examples of information messages are given in the following pages.

trip computer and warning system.............

(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights.............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel messages.......................

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

filter

diesel filter ............................................

(current page)

air bag........................................................

(current page)

advice on antipollution ...............................

(current page)

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD56590_1

Ordinateur de bord : messages d’anomalies de fonctionnement  (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: operating fault messages

These appear with the

 

©

 

warning light and mean that you should drive very carefully to an authorised dealer as 

soon as possible. If you fail to follow this recommendation, you risk damaging your vehicle.

They disappear when the display selection key is pressed or after several seconds and are stored in the computer log. The 

©

 warning light stays on. Examples of operating fault messages are given in the following pages.

Examples of messages

Interpreting the display selected

“Clean Diesel Filter”

Indicates the presence of water in the diesel filter; contact an approved Dealer 

as soon as possible.

“Check vehicle” 

Indicates a fault in one of the pedal sensors, battery management system or oil 

level sensor.

“WARNING: Check Airbag” 

Indicates a fault in the restraint system in addition to the seat belts. In the event 

of an accident, it is possible that they may not be triggered.

“Check Anti- Pollution System” 

–  Indicates a fault in the vehicle’s particle filter system.
–  Indicates a fault in the emissions reduction system when it is accompanied  

by the 

 warning light. 

 1.113.

operating faults ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

beep...........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

puncture.....................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel messages.......................

(up to the end of the DU)

trip computer and warning system.............

(up to the end of the DU)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

warning lights.............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD66108_2

Ordinateur de bord : messages d’alerte (HJB - Renault)

 

TRIP COMPUTER AND WARNING SYSTEM: warning message

These appear with the

 

®

 

warning light and require you to stop immediately, for your own safety, as soon as traffic 

conditions allow. Stop your engine and do not restart it. Contact an approved Dealer.

Examples of warning messages are given in the following pages. 

Note:

 the messages appear on the display either individually 

or alternately (when there are several messages to be displayed), and may be accompanied by a warning light and/or a beep.

Examples of messages

Interpreting the display selected

“WARNING: Engine Failure Risk”

 

Indicates an injection fault, the vehicle’s engine has overheated or there is a 

serious engine fault.

“WARNING: Braking System”

 

Indicates a fault in the braking system.

“WARNING: Electric System”

 

Indicates a fault in the vehicle battery charging circuit (alternator etc.).

“Puncture”

Indicates that at least one wheel is punctured or severely underinflated.

“WARNING: Power Steering”

 

Indicates a problem with the steering.

central door locking ...................................

(current page)

driving ........................................................

(current page)

lighting:

see-me-home .......................................

(current page)

multimedia equipment ...............................

(current page)

windscreen washer/wiper ..........................

(current page)

configuration menu ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

menu for customising the vehicle settings .

(up to the end of the DU)

customising the vehicle settings  ...............

(up to the end of the DU)

doors..........................................................

(current page)

settings

configuration menu ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

settings ......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

customised vehicle settings  ......................

(up to the end of the DU)

locking the doors .......................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD78482_3

Menu de personnalisation des réglages du véhicule (HJB - Renault)

 

Vehicle settings personalisation menu

VEHICLE SETTINGS CUSTOMISATION MENU 

(1/3)

Depending on the vehicle equipment,  

this function allows you to activate/de- 

activate and adjust some of the vehi- 

cle’s functions.

Vehicles fitted with a  

multimedia screen 1

Accessing the settings menu

Refer to the various multimedia instruc- 

tions for information on accessing the  

settings.

1

For safety reasons, carry  

out any adjustments when  

the vehicle is not being  

driven.

d) “Welcome”:

  –  External welcome;

  –  Automatic fold-out of mirrors;

  –  Interior welcome;

  –  Courtesy light auto mode.
Depending on the function, select:

–  “ON” or “OFF” to activate or deacti- 

vate,

or

–  a duration to adjust the time the lights  

are switched on (for the “Follow-me- 

home lighting” function for example).

Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions for further information.

Adjusting the settings

Select a menu then the function to be  

modified (the display depends on the  

vehicle equipment and country):
a) “Driving”:

  –  Indicator volume;

  – Free-wheel;
b) “Access”:

  –  Release driver’s door;

  –  Lock doors during driving;

  –  Opening/closing in hands-free  

mode;

  –  Remote locking/Approach un- 

locking;

  –  Distance locking sound;

  –  Silent mode;

  –  Automatic locking;
c) “Wiping and lighting”:

  –  Follow-me-home lighting;

  –  Wiping in reverse;

  –  Automatic front wiping;

  –  Wiping after washing;

parking distance control.............................

(up to the end of the DU)

driving aids ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

central door locking ...................................

(current page)

driving ........................................................

(current page)

lighting:

see-me-home .......................................

(current page)

windscreen washer/wiper ..........................

(current page)

daytime running lights................................

(current page)

trip computer and warning system.............

(current page)

doors..........................................................

(current page)

instrument panel ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

locking the doors .......................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD78482_3

Menu de personnalisation des réglages du véhicule (HJB - Renault)

 

VEHICLE SETTINGS CUSTOMISATION MENU 

(2/3)

Vehicles not fitted with a  

multimedia screen

Accessing the settings menu on  

display 2

With the vehicle stopped, press the 

3

  

switch as many times as required to  

reach the “Vehicle” tab. Press repeat- 

edly on the 

4

 or 

5

 switch to access the  

“Settings” menu, then confirm by press- 

ing 

6

 “OK”.

Adjusting the settings

Navigate using the 

4

 or 

5

 control to  

select the function to be modified and  

press 

6

 “OK” to confirm (display may  

vary according to vehicle equipment  

and country):
a) “DASHBOARD”:

  – Language;

  – Unit;

  – Style;

  – Colour;
b) “VEHICLE“:

  –   Rear windscreen wiping in re- 

verse gear;

  –  Automatic windscreen wiping;

  –  Front/rear drip wiping function;

  –  Free wheel in ECO mode;

  –   External  welcome;
c) “PARKING ASSIST”:

  –  Beep sound volume;

2

d) “DRIVING ASSIST”:

  –  Lane departure warning sound  

volume;

  –  Lane departure warning sensitiv- 

ity;

  –  Lane departure warning vibration;

  –  Lane keeping assist sensitivity;

  –  Blind spot warning;

  –  Active braking;

  –  Overspeed warning;

  –  Distance warning;
e) “LIGHTING”:

  –  Courtesy light auto mode;

  –  Automatic follow-me-home light- 

ing;

  –  Follow-me-home lighting: XX sec- 

onds;

f) “ACCESS”:

  –  Lock doors during driving;

  –   Opening/closing in hands-free  

mode;

  –   Unlock the driver’s door only;

  –  Automatic re-locking;

  –  Silent locking;

  –  Automatic opening/closing;

  –  Automatic fold-out of mirrors;
g) “RESET“.

=

 function activated

<

 function deactivated

3

4

5

6

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Once a line has been selected, press 

6

  

“OK” to adjust the function.
If you select either “PARKING ASSIST”  

then “VOLUME”, or “DASHBOARD”  

then “LANGUAGE”, you will have to  

make a further selection (sound volume  

of the parking distance control or in- 

strument panel language). In this case,  

make your selection and confirm it by  

pressing “

6

 OK”, the selected value is  

shown by a 

=

 in front of the line.

The vehicle settings personalisation  

menu cannot be used when driv- 

ing. At a speed exceeding 12 mph  

(20 km/h), the instrument panel dis- 

play switches automatically back to  

trip computer and warning system  

mode.

To exit the menu, press 

4

 or 

5

 to access  

“BACK” and confirm by pressing 

6

  

“OK”. It may be necessary to carry out  

this operation more than once.

VEHICLE SETTINGS CUSTOMISATION MENU 

(3/3)

3

4

5

6

control instruments ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

multimedia equipment ...............................

(current page)

clock ..........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

clock ..........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

external temperature .................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD68938_2

Heure et température extérieure (HJB - Renault)

 

Clock and outdoor temperature

Vehicles fitted with a multimedia  

screen

The time and exterior temperature are  

displayed on the multimedia screen 

1

.

Refer to the multimedia instructions.

CLOCK AND EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE 

(1/2)

1

Vehicles not fitted with a multimedia  

screen

 

Press the switch 

2

 as many times as re-

quired to reach the “Vehicle” tab.
Repeatedly press control 

3

 or 

4

 to set  

the 

6

 clock.

Press and hold switch 

5

 “OK” until the  

time display flashes.

Set the hour using the 

3

 or 

4

 control,  

then wait for three seconds: the min- 

utes will flash.
Set the minutes using the 

3

 or 

4

 control,  

then wait for three seconds: the flash- 

ing stops and the time setting is com- 

plete.

2

3

5

6

4

control instruments ....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

clock ..........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

clock ..........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Heure et température extérieure (HJB - Renault)

 

External temperature 

indicator

Special note:

When the external temperature is be- 

tween -3°C and +3°C, the 

°C

 symbols  

flash (indicates risk of ice).

CLOCK AND EXTERIOR TEMPERATURE 

(2/2)

External temperature  

indicator

As ice formation is related  

to climatic exposure, local  

air humidity and temperature, the  

external temperature alone is not  

sufficient to detect ice.

Depending on the vehicle, If the  

electrical supply is cut (battery dis- 

connected, broken supply wire,  

etc.), the clock will automatically  

go back to the right time after a few  

minutes once the system is capable  

of receiving information GPS.

driving position

settings.................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

steering wheel

adjustment ...........................................

(current page)

heated steering wheel ...............................

(current page)

1.88

ENG_UD65600_2

Volant de direction (HJB - Renault)

 

Adjusting the steering wheel 

height and depth

Lower the lever 

1

 and position the  

steering wheel in the required position.
Then, raise the lever fully, beyond the  

point of resistance to lock the steering  

wheel.
Make sure that the steering wheel is 

correctly locked.

Steering wheel heating

(depending on vehicle)
This function heats the steering 

 

wheel 

2

.

Operating principle

When the temperature is reached, the 

function regulates the temperature of 

the heated areas for approximately 

30 minutes and then switches off auto-

matically.

Steering wheel, Power-assisted steering

For safety reasons, only 

adjust the steering wheel 

when the vehicle is station-

ary.

STEERING-WHEEL, POWER-ASSISTED STEERING (1/2) 

Activating the function

With the ignition on, press the switch 

3

,  

the warning light integrated in the  

switch lights up.

Deactivating the function
- Automatic:

The function switches off automatically  

after the regulation phase of approxi- 

mately 30 minutes. The warning light  

integrated in the switch 

3

 remains on.

Note:

 if the function has switched off  

automatically, press the switch 

3

 twice  

to reactivate it.
If switch 

3

 is not pressed again, the  

function will be reactivated the next  

time the ignition is switched on.

- Manually:

To deactivate the function during the  

regulation phase, press the switch 

3

.  

The indicator light in the switch 

3

 goes  

out.

1

3

2

power-assisted steering.............................

(current page)

variable power-assisted steering ...............

(current page)

power-assisted steering.............................

(current page)

Multi-Sense................................................

(current page)

rear view mirrors ........................................

(current page)

Stop & Start ...............................................

(current page)

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Volant de direction (HJB - Renault)

 

Power-assisted steering

Never drive with an inadequately 

charged battery.

Variable power-assisted steering

The variable power assisted steering  

system is equipped with an electronic  

control system which alters the level of  

assistance to suit the vehicle speed.
Steering is made easier during parking  

manoeuvres (for added comfort) while  

the force needed to steer increases  

progressively as the speed rises (for  

enhanced safety at high speeds).

Special feature of Stop and Start

With the engine on standby, power- 

assisted steering is no longer opera- 

tional. In this case, it returns to its origi- 

nal state when the engine is restarted  

or when the speed exceeds 1 mph 

(1 km/h) (hill, slope etc.).

STEERING-WHEEL, POWER-ASSISTED STEERING (2/2)

Never switch off the igni-

tion when travelling down-

hill, and avoid doing so in 

normal driving (assistance 

is not provided).

With the engine switched off, or if  

there is a system fault, it is still pos- 

sible to turn the steering wheel. The  

force required will be greater.

Note:

 the power-assisted steering de- 

pends on the driving mode selected in  

the “MULTI-SENSE” menu (

 3.2).

Never leave the steering wheel on  

full lock when the vehicle is station- 

ary.

rear view mirrors ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

1.90

ENG_UD74923_2

Rétroviseurs (HJB - Renault)

 

Electrical folding mirrors

The door mirrors will fold-out automati- 

cally when the vehicle is unlocked. The  

door mirrors fold in when the vehicle is  

locked.

Note:

 you can deactivate/activate the  

door mirrors folding mechanism 

 1.83.

You can force folding by pressing the 

3

  

switch. In this situation, the door mirrors  

will remain folded until the 

3

 button is  

pressed again, regardless of automatic  

folding.

Rear view mirrors

REAR VIEW MIRRORS 

(1/2)

1

Door mirrors

Adjustment

When you select the door mirror using  

the 

2

 switch, the built-in warning light  

on the switch will appear. Then use  

the 

1

 button to adjust it to the desired  

position.

Heated door mirrors

Mirror de-icing is carried out at the  

same time as rear screen de-icing.  

 3.5 

 3.11.

Objects observed in the  

rear view mirror glass are  

actually closer than they  

appear. For your safety,  

take this into account in order to  

correctly assess the distance before  

any manoeuvre.

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

Special case

When the rear view mirror has been  

manually deployed or folded back, it is  

possible to reset it to a usage position.
To do this, press the 

3

 switch. A me- 

chanical tapping noise can be heard  

from the door mirror.
If a tapping noise cannot be heard,  

press once again on 

3

 switch until the  

tapping noise can be heard from the  

door mirror.

2

3

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Rétroviseurs (HJB - Renault)

 

REAR VIEW MIRRORS 

(2/2)

For safety reasons, carry 

out any adjustments when 

the vehicle is not being 

driven.

4

Interior rear view mirror

Its position can be adjusted.

Rear view mirror with lever 4

When driving at night, to avoid being  

dazzled by the headlights of the vehicle  

behind, depress the little lever located  

behind rear view mirror 

4

.

Rear view mirror without lever 4

The rear view mirror automatically dark- 

ens when you are being followed by a  

vehicle which illuminates you or in very  

bright lighting.

Objects observed in the  

rear view mirror glass are  

actually closer than they  

appear. For your safety,  

take this into account in order to  

correctly assess the distance before  

any manoeuvre.

headrest.....................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

adjusting your driving position ...................

(up to the end of the DU)

front seats

adjustment ...........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD77267_2

Appuis-tête avant (HJB - Renault)

 

Headrests - Seats

FRONT HEADRESTS

To raise the headrest

Press the 

2

 button and pull the headrest  

upwards to the height required. Check  

that the bonnet is correctly locked.

To lower the headrest

Press button 

2

 and guide the headrest  

down to the desired height. Check that  

the bonnet is correctly locked.

A

2

To raise the headrest

Raise it to its highest position (tilt the  

seatback backwards if necessary).  

Press button 

2

 and lift the headrest to  

release it.

To refit the headrest

Check that the headrest rods are  

clean 

3

.

Insert the headrest rods into the holes 

1

  

(tilt the seatback backwards if neces- 

sary). Lower the headrest until it locks  

and press button 

2

 to adjust to the de- 

sired height. Check that each rod 

3

 on  

the seatback is securely locked.

The headrest is important  

for safety. Ensure that it is in  

place and in the correct po- 

sition: the top of the head- 

rest should be as close as possible  

to the top of the head and there must  

be a minimal distance between the  

head and the headrest 

A

.

3

1

lighting:

exterior .................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lighting:

instrument panel ..................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

fog lights ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

dipped beam headlights .......................

(current page)

lights:

side lights .............................................

(current page)

lights:

main beam headlights ..........................

(current page)

daytime running lights................................

(up to the end of the DU)

AUTO mode ...............................................

(current page)

signals and lights .......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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ENG_UD65105_2

Éclairages et signalisations extérieures (HJB - Renault)

 

Exterior lighting and signals

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

(1/6)

š

Side lights

Turn ring 

2

 until the symbol is  

opposite mark 

3

.

This indicator light on the instrument  

panel comes on.

Daytime running lights  

function

The daytime running lights come on  

automatically with no action on stalk 

1

  

when the engine is started, and they go  

off once the engine is switched off.

1

k

Dipped beam 

headlights

Manual operation

Turn ring 

2

 until the symbol is opposite  

mark 

3

. This indicator light on the in- 

strument panel comes on.

Automatic operation

(depending on the vehicle)
Turn ring 

2

 until the 

AUTO

 symbol is op- 

posite mark 

3

: with the engine running,  

the dipped beam headlights switch on  

or off automatically depending on the  

brightness of the light outside, without  

any action on stalk 

1

.

Before driving at night, 

 

check that the electrical  

equipment is operating cor- 

rectly and adjust the head- 

light beams (if your vehicle is not  

carrying its normal load).

 1.100. As  

a general precaution, check that  

the lights are not obscured (by dirt,  

mud, snow or objects being trans- 

ported). 

Depending on the vehicle, the dipped  

beam headlights will appear automati- 

cally after several sweeps of the wind- 

screen wiper blades.

3

2

1

lights:

dipped beam headlights .......................

(current page)

lights:

main beam headlights ..........................

(current page)

AUTO mode ...............................................

(current page)

adjusting your driving position ...................

(current page)

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Éclairages et signalisations extérieures (HJB - Renault)

 

The main beam headlights come on au- 

tomatically if:

–  exterior light is weak;

–  no other vehicles or lighting are de- 

tected;

–  the vehicle speed is above approxi- 

mately 25 mph (40 km/h).

If any of the above conditions are not  

fulfilled, the system switches to dipped  

beam headlights.

Note:

 make sure the windscreen is not  

obscured (dirt, mud, snow, condensa- 

tion etc.).

To activate automatic main beam  

headlights:

turn ring 

2

 until the symbol 

AUTO

 is  

opposite mark 

3

 and push the stalk 

1

.  

Warning light 

 comes on the in- 

strument panel.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

(2/6)

The system may encounter difficul- 

ties under certain conditions, inclu- 

ding

:

–  extreme weather conditions (rain,  

snow, fog, etc.);

–  obstruction in front of the wind-

screen or camera;

–  when a following or oncoming ve-

hicle has weak or hidden lighting;

– incorrect settings for the front 

headlights;

–  reflective systems;

– ...

á

Main beam headlights

With the engine running and  

the dipped beam headlights lit, push  

stalk 

1

. This indicator light on the instru- 

ment panel comes on.

To return to the dipped headlight posi- 

tion, pull stalk 

1

 towards you again.

“Raise lights during driving”  

function

When the main beam headlights are  

activated, the “Raise lights during driv- 

ing” function improves driver visibil- 

ity by automatically raising the dipped  

beam headlight and the main beam  

headlights.

During deactivation of the main beam  

headlights, the dipped beam headlights  

return to their original position.

Automatic main beam 

headlights

Depending on the vehicle, this system  

switches the main beam headlights on  

and off automatically. It uses a camera  

located behind the interior rear-view  

mirror to detect vehicles that are being  

followed and those coming in the oppo- 

site direction.

3

2

1

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

lights:

main beam headlights ..........................

(current page)

AUTO mode ...............................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD65105_2

Éclairages et signalisations extérieures (HJB - Renault)

 

Operating faults

When the message “Check Automatic  

Lighting” appears on the instrument  

panel, the system is deactivated.

Consult an approved dealer.

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

(3/6)

Using the portable naviga-

tion system at night in the 

windscreen area below the 

camera may disturb the op-

eration of the “automatic main beam 

headlights” system (risk of reflection 

on the windscreen).

The “automatic main beam  

headlights” system should  

under no circumstances be  

used to replace driver atten- 

tion and responsibility with regard  

to vehicle lighting and adapting to  

light, visibility and traffic conditions.

Automatic main beam  

headlights (continued)

To deactivate automatic main beam  

headlights:

–  turn ring 

2

 to a position other than  

AUTO

;

or

–  pull the stalk 

1

.

Warning light 

 goes out on the in- 

strument panel.

Note:

 the main beam headlights will be  

activated upon deactivation of the au- 

tomatic main beam headlights function.

3

2

1

lights-on warning buzzer............................

(current page)

operating faults ..........................................

(current page)

multimedia equipment ...............................

(current page)

lights:

dipped beam headlights .......................

(current page)

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Éclairages et signalisations extérieures (HJB - Renault)

 

EXTERIOR LIGHTING AND SIGNALS 

(4/6)

Lights-on reminder buzzer

If the lights are on after the engine is  

switched off, a warning beep sounds  

when the driver’s door is opened to  

warn you that the lights are still on.

Operating faults

If the “Check lighting” message ap- 

pears with the 

©

 warning light and  

the 

k

 warning light flashes on the  

instrument panel, this indicates a light- 

ing fault.
Consult an authorised dealer.

2

Switching off the lights

Depending on the vehicle:
–  manually move ring 

2

 to position 

0

;

or
–  the lights will go out automatically  

when the engine is switched off, the  

driver’s door is opened or the vehicle  

is locked. In this case, the next time  

the engine is started the lights will be  

switched back on according to the  

position of the ring 

2

.

Note:

 if the fog lights are lit, the lights  

are not switched off automatically.

Welcome and goodbye  

function

(depending on the vehicle)
Once the function is activated, the day- 

time running lights and the rear side  

lights will light up automatically upon  

detection of the card or when the vehi- 

cle is unlocked.
They switch off automatically:
–  approximately one minute after light- 

ing up;

–  when starting the engine based on  

the position of the lighting stalk;

or
–  upon locking the vehicle.

Activating/deactivating the  

function

For activation or deactivation of the ex- 

ternal reception, refer to the multimedia  

manual.
Select 

ON 

or 

OFF

.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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