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2.13

ENG_UD82506_6

Fonction Stop and Start (HJB - Renault)

 

Preventing the engine from  

standing by

In certain situations, such as negotiat- 

ing a crossroads for instance, it is pos- 

sible (with the system activated) to keep  

the engine running so as to be ready to  

move off quickly.

For vehicles equipped with auto- 

matic gearboxes:

Keep the vehicle stationary without  

pressing too hard on the brake pedal.

For vehicles equipped with manual  

gearboxes:

Keep the clutch pedal pressed right  

down.

STOP AND START FUNCTION 

(2/4)

“AUTOHOLD” function activated  

 2.29, the brake pedal may be  

released and the engine standby  

maintained.

To exit engine standby, with the  

brake pedal released, press the ac- 

celerator pedal.

Conditions of standby at high  

speed

Depending on the vehicle, standby may  

be activated in freewheel mode 

 1.58.

For vehicles equipped with auto- 

matic gearboxes:

–  the gearbox is in position D or M;
and
–  the brake pedal is released;
and
–  the acceleration pedal is released.

The warning light 

 on the instru- 

ment panel is lit when the engine is on  

standby.

Conditions for coming out of  

engine standby

For automatic gearboxes:

–  when the driver’s door is opened;

or

–  when the driver’s seat belt is unfas- 

tened;

–  the brake pedal is released, position  

D, M or N engaged

;

or

–  position R is engaged

;

or

–  the accelerator pedal is depressed

;

or

–  in manual mode, the gear change  

paddles are activated.

To fill up with fuel, the engine  

must be stopped (and not  

only on standby in the case  

of vehicles equipped with  

the STOP and START function): you  

must switch off the ignition 

 2.4  

 2.6. 

Fire hazard.

2.14

ENG_UD82506_6

Fonction Stop and Start (HJB - Renault)

 

–  the gradient is too steep for vehicles  

fitted with an automatic gearbox;

–  the “Clear view” function is activated  

 3.11 ;

–  the engine temperature is too low;
–  the emission control system is being  

regenerated;

– ...
Warning light 

 is displayed on the  

instrument panel. This notifies you that  

engine standby is not available.

For manual gearboxes:

–  when opening the driver’s door, with- 

out any gear engaged and the clutch  

pedal released;

or

–  when unfastening the driver’s seat  

belt, without any gear engaged and  

the clutch pedal released;

or

–  the gearbox is in neutral and the  

clutch pedal is slightly depressed;

or

–  the engine is in gear and the clutch  

pedal is pressed right down.

Special note:

 depending on the vehi- 

cle, if you switch off the ignition when  

the engine is on standby, the warning  
light 

Ä

 is displayed for a few sec- 

onds on the instrument panel.

STOP AND START FUNCTION 

(3/4)

For vehicles equipped with a  

manual gearbox:

the restart may be interrupted if the  

clutch pedal is released too quickly  

while a gear is engaged.

Conditions preventing the  

standby of the engine

Certain conditions prevent the system  

from using the engine standby function,  

including when:
–  the driver’s door is not closed;
–  the driver’s seatbelt is not fastened;
–  reverse gear is engaged;
–  the bonnet is not locked;
–  the outdoor temperature is too low or  

too high;

–  the battery is not sufficiently charged;
–  the difference between the vehicle  

interior temperature and the auto- 

matic climate control instruction is  

too high;

–  parking distance control is in opera- 

tion;

–  the altitude is too high;

Before carrying out any  

action in the engine com- 

partment, you must switch  

off the ignition 

 2.4 

 

 2.6.

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

(current page)

2.15

ENG_UD82506_6

Fonction Stop and Start (HJB - Renault)

 

Deactivating, activating the  

function

Press 

1

 to deactivate the function. The  

message “Stop & Start deactivated” ap- 

pears on the instrument panel and the  

ignition warning light 

1

 appears.

Pressing again will reactivate the  

system. The message “Stop & Start  

Activated” appears on the instrument  

panel and the 

1

 switch disappears.

The system is automatically reactivated  

each time the vehicle is started using  

the start button. 

 2.4 

 2.6.

Operating faults

When the “Check Stop & Start” mes- 

sage appears on the instrument panel  

and the 

1

 switch is on, this indicates  

that the system is deactivated.
Please consult an authorised dealer.

STOP AND START FUNCTION 

(4/4)

1

Special feature of the automatic  

engine re-start

Under certain conditions, the engine  

can restart on its own in order to guar- 

antee your safety and comfort.

This can occur especially when:
–  the outdoor temperature is too low or  

too high;

–  the “Clear view” function is activated  

 3.11 ;

–  the battery is not sufficiently charged;
–  the vehicle speed is above 3 mph  

(5 km/h) (downhill slope, etc.);

– repeated pressing on the brake  

pedal or braking system require- 

ment;

– ...
The 

 warning light is displayed on  

the instrument panel to notify you of au- 

tomatic engine restarting.

Special note: engine on standby,  

press switch 

1

 to automatically re- 

start the engine.

The engine MUST be 

 

stopped (not put in standby)  

before leaving the vehicle.  

 2.4 

 2.6.

The 

 warning light may appear  

along with a message on the instru- 

ment panel:
– “Optimising Battery Recharge” to pri- 

oritise battery charging;

– “Prioritising Thermal Comfort” to pri- 

oritise air conditioning;

– “Prioritising running engine” to priori- 

tise engine operations.

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

(up to the end of the DU)

catalytic converter......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

faults

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

(up to the end of the DU)

special features of petrol vehicles .............

(up to the end of the DU)

2.16

ENG_UD77158_2

Particularités des versions essence (HJB - Renault)

 

Special features of petrol and diesel versions

SPECIAL FEATURES OF PETROL VERSIONS 

(1/2)

Do not park the vehicle or 

run the engine in locations 

where combustible sub- 

stances or materials such as 

grass or leaves can come into con- 

tact with the hot exhaust system.

The following operating conditions 

should be avoided:
–  driving for long periods when the low 

fuel level warning light is lit;

–  using leaded petrol;
– using lubricant or fuel additives  

which are not approved.

Or operating faults such as:
–  faulty ignition, running out of fuel or 

disconnected spark plugs resulting 

in the engine misfiring or cutting out 

when driving;

–  loss of power;
as they may cause the catalytic con- 

verter to overheat and thus reduce its  

efficiency, 

or damage it irreparably  

and cause heat damage to the vehi- 

cle.

If you notice any of the above operat-

ing faults, have the necessary repairs 

carried out as soon as possible by an 

approved dealer.
These faults may be avoided by regu- 

larly taking your vehicle to an approved 

Dealer at the intervals specified in the 

Maintenance Document.

Starting problems

To avoid damaging the catalytic con- 

verter or the starter, and to prevent pre- 

mature wearing of the battery, 

do not  

keep

 trying to start the engine (using  

the start button, or by pushing or towing  

the vehicle) 

without having identified  

and corrected the fault

.

If the fault cannot be identified, do not  

keep trying to start the engine, but con- 

tact an approved Dealer.

filter

particle filter .........................................

(current page)

indicators:

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

(current page)

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

(current page)

2.17

ENG_UD77158_2

Particularités des versions essence (HJB - Renault)

 

Note:

 the indicator light may go out  

after 20 minutes if the driving condi- 

tions required to clean the filter are not  

fully met.
If the vehicle is stopped before the  

warning light disappears you will have  

to restart the process from the begin- 

ning.

Particle filter

The particle filter is used in the treat- 

ment of exhaust gases from petrol en- 

gines.

Depending on the vehicle, the warning  
light 

 displayed on the instrument  

panel indicates that the filter is becom- 

ing clogged and requires cleaning. To  
clean it, when the 

 warning light  

appears, and as traffic conditions and  

speed limits allow, drive at between  

about 31 mph (50 km/h) and 68 mph  

(110 km/h) until the light goes out.
After between approximately 5 and 

20 minutes, the warning light should go 

out.

Warning light 

®

 re- 

quires you to stop immedi- 

ately, for your own safety,  

as soon as traffic conditions  

allow. Switch off the engine and do  

not restart it. Contact an approved  

Dealer.

If the filter becomes saturated, the  

©

 warning light and, depending  

on the vehicle, the 

 warning light  

will appear on the instrument panel, ac- 

companied by the message “Check in- 

jection”. In this case, please consult an  

Authorised Dealer.
If the 

®

 warning light and, de- 

pending on the vehicle, the 

  

warning light appears, accompanied by  

the “WARNING: Engine Failure Risk”  

message, stop the vehicle, switch off  

the engine and contact an Approved  

Dealer.

SPECIAL FEATURES OF PETROL VERSIONS 

(2/2)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

catalytic converter......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

faults

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

(up to the end of the DU)

indicators:

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

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

special features of diesel versions.............

(up to the end of the DU)

fuel repriming .............................................

(current page)

2.18

ENG_UD77350_3

Particularités des versions diesel (HJB - Renault)

 

Diesel engine speed

Diesel engines are fitted with an injec- 

tion pump 

which prevents the engine  

speed being exceeded 

irrespective of  

the gear selected.
If the message “Check Anti- Pollution  

System” is displayed along with warn- 
ing lights 

Ä

 and 

©

, consult an  

authorised dealer immediately.
When driving, depending on the fuel 

grade used, it is possible that white 

smoke may be emitted.
This is due to the exhaust particle filter 

being cleaned automatically, and does 

not affect the way the vehicle runs.

Running out of fuel

After the tank has been filled follow- 

ing 

a complete draining of fuel

, the  

fuel system must be reprimed: 

 1.108  

before restarting the engine.

Do not park the vehicle or 

run the engine in locations 

where combustible sub- 

stances or materials such as 

grass or leaves can come into con- 

tact with the hot exhaust system.

Precautions to be taken in 

winter

To avoid any faults in icy weather:
–  ensure that the battery is always fully  

charged;

– always keep the diesel tank rela- 

tively full to avoid water vapour con- 

densing in it and accumulating at the 

bottom of the tank.

Engine smoke opacity label

You can find the information 

1

 on the  

label 

A

 stuck in the engine compart- 

ment or, depending on the vehicle, on  

the vehicle identification plate 

 6.2.

1

  Diesel exhaust emissions.

A

1

SPECIAL FEATURES OF DIESEL VERSIONS: PARTICLE FILTER 

(1/2)

2.19

ENG_UD77350_3

Particularités des versions diesel (HJB - Renault)

 

Note:

 the warning light may reappear  

if the driving conditions are not fully  

met with regard to cleaning the filter. If  

the vehicle is stopped or if the engine  

speed drops below 2,000 rpm before  

the warning light goes out, the opera- 

tion may need to be repeated. 

Particle filter

The particle filter is used in the treat- 

ment of exhaust gases from diesel en- 

gines.

Depending on the vehicle, the warning  
light 

 displayed on the instrument  

panel indicates that the filter is becom- 

ing clogged and requires cleaning.
To do this, when the 

 warning  

light is displayed, continue driving ac- 

cording to traffic conditions and ob- 

serve the speed limit until the warning  

lights disappears. If possible, do not  

let the engine speed drop below 

2,000 rpm.
After between approximately 10 and  

20 minutes, the warning light should go  

out.
The display of the 

 on the instru- 

ment panel may be accompanied by an  

increase in engine speed and operation  

of the cooling system in order to clean  

the particle filter.

Warning light 

®

 re- 

quires you to stop immedi- 

ately, for your own safety,  

as soon as traffic conditions  

allow. Switch off the engine and do  

not restart it. Contact an approved  

Dealer.

If the filter becomes saturated, the  

©

 warning light and, depending  

on the vehicle, the 

 warning light  

will appear on the instrument panel, ac- 

companied by the message “Check in- 

jection”. In this case, please consult an  

Authorised Dealer.
If the 

®

 warning light and, de- 

pending on the vehicle, the 

  

warning light appears, accompanied by  

the “WARNING: Engine Failure Risk”  

message, stop the vehicle, switch off  

the engine and contact an Approved  

Dealer.

SPECIAL FEATURES OF DIESEL VERSIONS: PARTICLE FILTER 

(2/2)

To facilitate the particle filter re- 

generation, carry out a long driving  

phase (at least 20 minutes) on main  

roads every 124 miles (200 km).

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

(up to the end of the DU)

special features of LPG versions ...............

(up to the end of the DU)

2.20

ENG_UD79905_2

Particularités des versions GPL (HJB - Renault)

 

Special features of LPG versions

SPECIAL FEATURES OF LPG VERSIONS 

(1/4)

These vehicles operate by bi-fueling  

using two types of fuel: LPG and petrol.
They have two separate tanks 

 1.108.

What is LPG?

Liquefied petroleum  

gas that complies with  

standard EN 589, or  

the equivalent na- 

tional regulations.

It can be readily identified by its charac-

teristic smell.

LPG/petrol fuel mode  

selection control 1

This enables the driver to manually  

switch from one fuel mode to another.

Green warning light

 

C

Rapid flashing of the warning light 

C

  

indicates that the system is waiting for  

the necessary conditions to switch to  

LPG mode.
The constant warning light 

C

 indicates  

that LPG mode is activated.

Yellow warning light B

A constant warning light indicates that  

petrol mode is active.

Fuel gauge warning light A

The warning lights 

A

 (four green lights  

and one red light) indicate the level in  

the LPG tank.
The red warning light indicates the fuel 

tank.
The amount of LPG indicated is an in-

dicative value.
The switch to the red warning light is  

accompanied by a beep.
This indicates that the tank is almost  

empty and that the engine is operating  

using the reserve LPG tank (maximum  

range of 50 miles (80 km)).

If the yellow warning light 

B

  

is on and the green warn- 

ing light 

C

 is flashing slowly  

while a beep can be heard,  

please take your vehicle to an au- 

thorised dealer for inspection.

A

C

B

1

1

2.21

ENG_UD79905_2

Particularités des versions GPL (HJB - Renault)

 

SPECIAL FEATURES OF LPG VERSIONS 

(2/4)

Starting the engine

The engine is always started using  

petrol.

–  For vehicles with a key 

 2.4.

–  For vehicles with a card 

 2.6.

Note:

 if LPG mode is active when the  

engine is started, the system temporar- 

ily switches to “petrol” mode: the green  

warning light 

C

 goes out without a beep  

and the yellow warning light 

B

 comes  

on, indicating that petrol mode is active.
As soon as the environmental con- 

ditions are met (engine temperature  

level, etc.), the system automatically  

switches to LPG mode: the constant  

green warning light 

C

 comes on.

Changing fuel mode during  

driving

To switch from petrol mode to LPG  

mode manually

Press the button 

1

.

The transition to LPG is made during  

the first acceleration:
–  the LPG level 

A

 is activated;

–  the yellow 

B

 warning light goes out;

– the green warning light 

C

 flashes  

rapidly to confirm that LPG mode  

has been selected, then stops flash- 

ing when LPG mode is activated.

To switch from LPG mode to petrol  

mode manually

Release the accelerator pedal and  

press the control 

1

.

Petrol mode is indicated by the yellow  

warning light 

B

.

An LPG installation on a ve- 

hicle may lead to changes  

to the vehicle’s features,  

compared to petrol ver- 

sions.
This may relate to the number of  

seats, mass (usable capacity) and  

towing capacity.
Consult an approved dealer.

A

C

B

1

To access the information and  

to reset the LPG trip parameters  

 1.75.

While the fuel tank is empty, the  

vehicle cannot start or drive in  

LPG mode only.

Operation using LPG/petrol bi-fuel  

requires the presence of petrol (for  

starting, high accelerations, cold  

temperatures, etc.).

If the orange warning light 

  

comes on in the instrument panel  

and a beep sounds, fill the petrol  

tank with fuel as soon as possible.

2.22

ENG_UD79905_2

Particularités des versions GPL (HJB - Renault)

 

SPECIAL FEATURES OF LPG VERSIONS 

(3/4)

Changing fuel mode during  

driving (continued)

Automatically switching from LPG  

mode to petrol mode

Depending on the vehicle, under cer- 

tain conditions of use (e.g., hard accel- 

eration), the system may opt to tempo- 

rarily switch back to petrol mode.
The green warning light 

C

 flashes with- 

out any sound signal.
Once the suitable conditions are pres- 

ent once again, it will automatically  

switch back to LPG mode.

Note:

 after several unfruitful attempts,  

the system may decide to remain in  

petrol mode for the current journey.
A new attempt may be made after the  

engine has been stopped completely  

for about one minute.

LPG tank empty

If there is no more LPG remaining in  

the tank then the system automatically  

switches to petrol mode.
You will be informed by:
–  the green 

C

 and yellow 

B

 warning  

lights coming on;

–  a beep sounds.
Pressing control 

1

 stops the beep from  

sounding and only the constant yellow  

warning light 

B

 stays on.

Fill up with LPG 

 1.108.

Operating faults

In the event of a fault which may affect 

the correct operation of the engine, the 

system automatically switches from 

LPG to petrol mode.
This is confirmed by:
–  the appearance of the yellow warn- 

ing light 

B

;

–  slow flashing of the green warning  

light 

C

;

–  a beep sounds.
Pressing control 

1

 stops the beep from  

sounding and only the yellow warning  

light 

B

 stays on.

Contact your approved Dealer as soon  

as possible.

A

C

B

1

2.23

ENG_UD79905_2

Particularités des versions GPL (HJB - Renault)

 

SPECIAL FEATURES OF LPG VERSIONS 

(4/4)

If driving under severe 

conditions

In cold weather (temperatures 

below 10°C) and depending on the 

quality of the gas used, the system may 

automatically manage the conditions 

for switching between LPG mode and 

petrol mode.

Note:

 for vehicles that are equipped, it  

is recommended that you use the ECO  

mode in these conditions (particularly  

below 0°C) in order to maximise the  

use of LPG mode 

 2.30.

In the event of an accident

The main precautions to be taken are 

the same as with petrol vehicles:
–  apply the parking brake;
–  stop the engine (a safety device that  

stops LPG from entering the engine  

is automatically triggered);

–  switch off the ignition;
–  observe local regulations.

LPG has a very specific  

smell so you will be able to  

detect any leaks easily.
If you smell gas in your ve- 

hicle or immediately surrounding  

your vehicle:
– switch to petrol mode immedi- 

ately and make sure there are no  

flames or sources of fire near the  

vehicle;

–  go to an authorised dealer.

Do not touch, hit or dis-

mantle any part of the LPG 

system components.

gear lever...................................................

(current page)

handbrake..................................................

(current page)

automatic gearbox (use) ............................

(current page)

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

(current page)

indicators:

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

(current page)

reverse gear

selecting ...............................................

(current page)

changing gear ............................................

(current page)

2.24

ENG_UD61055_2

Levier de vitesses/frein à main (HJB - Renault)

 

Handbrake

To release:

Pull the lever 

3

 up slightly, press  

button 

2

 and then lower the lever to the  

floor.
The warning light 

}

 on the instru- 

ment panel will go out.

The red warning light on the instrument  

panel will come on if you are driving  

with an incorrectly released handbrake.

To apply:

Pull lever 

3

 upwards. Check that the  

vehicle is immobilised. The warning  
light 

}

 on the instrument panel will  

come on.

Gear lever, Handbrake

Gear lever

Vehicles with manual gearbox:

 refer 

to the grid on the gear lever knob 

1

.

Vehicles with an automatic gearbox:

  

 2.152.

Selecting reverse gear

The reversing lights will come on as  

soon as reverse gear is selected with  

the ignition on.

1

GEAR LEVER, HANDBRAKE

3

2

When stationary and de- 

pending on the slope and/or  

vehicle load, it may be nec- 

essary to pull up the hand- 

brake at least two extra notches and  

engage a gear (1

st

 or reverse gear)  

on vehicles with a manual gearbox  

or position 

P

 on vehicles with an au- 

tomatic transmission.

Make sure that the hand- 

brake is fully released when  

driving (red indicator light  

off), otherwise overheating,  

or even damage, may occur.

An impact to the under-

side of the vehicle while 

manoeuvring (e.g.: strik-

ing a post, raised kerb or 

other street furniture) may result in 

damage to the vehicle (e.g.: defor-

mation of an axle).
To avoid any risk of accident, have 

your vehicle checked by an ap-

proved Dealer.

stopping the engine ...................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

ignition switch ............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

handbrake..................................................

(current page)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

electronic parking brake ............................

(up to the end of the DU)

indicators:

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

(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)

2.25

ENG_UD77553_6

Frein de parking assisté (HJB - Renault)

 

or

–  for vehicles fitted with an automatic  

gearbox, when 

position

 

P

 

is en- 

gaged.

Electronic parking brake

ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE 

(1/4)

Assisted operation

Applying the electronic parking  

brake
With the vehicle

 stationary, the elec- 

tronic parking brake can be used to im- 

mobilise the vehicle:

– 

by pressing the engine start/stop  

button

 

1

 

or by turning the ignition  

key to the 

 

2

 

“ON” position (2);

or

– 

when the driver’s seat belt is un- 

fastened;

or

– 

when the driver’s door is opened;

In all other instances, for example 

the  

engine has stalled or is in standby  

due to the

 

Stop and Start

 

 2.12,  

the assisted parking brake is not ap- 

plied automatically. Manual mode must  

be used. For certain country-specific  

model versions, the assisted brake ap- 

plication function is not activated. Refer  

to the information on “Manual opera- 

tion”.

To confirm that the electronic parking  

brake is applied, the message “Parking  
Brake ON” is displayed, the 

}

  

warning light appears on the instrument  

panel and the 

3

 warning light appears  

on the 

4

 switch.

After the engine is switched off, indi- 

cator light 

3

 goes out several minutes  

after the assisted parking brake has  
been applied and indicator light 

}

  

goes out when the vehicle is locked.

The electronic parking brake can be used to immobilise the vehicle.  

Before leaving the vehicle, check that the electronic parking brake is fully  

applied.
Warning light 

3

 on switch 

4

 and warning light 

}

 on the instrument  

panel illuminate to show that the parking brake is applied but switch off when the  

doors are locked. Depending on the vehicle, a sticker is located on the upper sec- 

tion of the windscreen to remind you of this.

1

3

2

4

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ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE 

(2/4)

Manually applying the electronic  

parking brake

Pull switch 

4

. Warning light 

3

 and warn- 

ing light 

}

 on the instrument panel  

light up.

Manually releasing the electronic  

parking brake

Press the 

1

 switch without pressing the  

pedals or turn the key 

2

 to the “

ON

” 

position 

2

 to switch on the vehicle igni- 

tion. Press the brake pedal then press  

switch 

4

: indicator light 

3

 on the switch  

and indicator light 

}

 displayed on  

the instrument panel go out.

Assisted operation  

(continued)

Note:

 in some situations (electronic  

parking brake failure, manual release of  

the parking brake, etc.), a beep sounds  

and the message “WARNING: Apply  

Parking Brake” appears on the instru- 

ment panel to warn you that the elec- 

tronic parking brake has been released.
–  with the engine running: when the  

driver’s door is opened;

–  with the engine switched off (e.g.  

when the engine stalls): when a front  

door is opened.

In this case, pull and release switch 

4

 to  

apply the assisted parking brake.

Assisted release of the parking  

brake

The brake will be released as soon as  

the vehicle starts and accelerates.

Manual operation

You can apply the electronic parking  

brake manually.

3

1

2

4

The electronic parking 

 

brake can be used to im- 

mobilise the vehicle. Before  

leaving the vehicle, check  

that the electronic parking brake is  

fully applied.
Warning light 

3

 on switch 

4

 and  

warning light 

}

 on the instru- 

ment panel illuminate to show  

that the parking brake is applied  

but switch off when the doors are  

locked.
Depending on the vehicle, a sticker  

is located on the upper section of  

the windscreen to remind you of  

this.

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ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE 

(3/4)

Brief stop

To apply the electronic parking brake  

manually (when stopping at a red light,  

or stopping when the engine is running,  

etc.): pull and release the switch 

4

. The  

brake is released as soon as the vehi- 

cle is started up again.

Special cases

To park on a slope or while towing a  

trailer, for example, pull switch 

4

 for  

a few seconds to gain the maximum  

braking.

To park the vehicle without applying the  

electronic parking brake (if there is a  

risk of freezing, for example):
–  engage any gear or the 

P

 position:  

the drive wheels will be mechanically  

locked by the driveshaft;

–  switch off the engine by pressing the  

engine start/stop button 

1

 or by turn- 

ing the ignition key 

2

;

–  release the driver’s seat belt;
–  open the driver’s door;

3

1

2

4

–  manually release the electronic park- 

ing brake (please see the informa- 

tion on “Manually releasing the elec- 

tronic parking brake” on the previous  

page);

–  depending on the vehicle, the elec- 

tronic parking brake is applied auto- 

matically. You will have to release it  

manually.

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automatic gearbox (use) ............................

(current page)

faults

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

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Operating faults

–  If there is a fault, the 

©

 warning  

light illuminates on the instrument  

panel accompanied by the “Check  

Parking Brake” message and, in  
some cases, the 

}

 warning  

light.

Contact your approved Dealer 

 

straight away.

–  If there is an assisted parking brake  

fault, the warning light 

®

  

comes on, along with the message  

“WARNING: Braking System”, a  

beep and, in some cases, the warn- 
ing light 

}

.

This means that you must stop as  

soon as traffic conditions allow.

Versions with an automatic  

gearbox

For safety reasons, automatic release  

is deactivated when the driver’s door  

is open or not shut properly and the  

engine is running (in order to prevent  

the vehicle from moving without the  

driver). The “Release Parking Brake  

Manually” message appears on the  

instrument panel when the driver de- 

presses the accelerator.

Never leave your vehicle  

without re-engaging 

P

 po- 

sition and switching off the  

engine. This is because  

when the vehicle is stationary with  

the engine running and a gear en- 

gaged, the vehicle may begin to  

move if you accelerate.

There is a risk of accidents.

If no lights or sounds are ap- 

parent, this indicates a fault  

in the instrument panel. This  

indicates that it is essential  

to stop immediately (as soon as traf- 

fic conditions allow). Ensure that the  

vehicle is correctly immobilised and  

contact an approved Dealer.

ELECTRONIC PARKING BRAKE 

(4/4)

If the “WARNING: Electric  

System” or “Check battery”  

or “WARNING: Braking 

 

System” message appears,  

you must immobilise the vehicle by  

selecting first gear (on a manual  

gearbox), engaging 

P

 position (au- 

tomatic gearbox) or by pulling the  

switch 

4

 for approximately 10 sec- 

onds.
If the conditions and the slope re- 

quire it, chock the wheels of the ve- 

hicle.

Risk of loss of immobilisation of  

the vehicle.

Contact an authorised dealer.

Autohold ....................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

brake..........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

electronic parking brake ............................

(up to the end of the DU)

indicators:

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

(current page)

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

(current page)

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

(current page)

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Conditions for interrupting the  

braking force

The following conditions must be met:

– the driver accelerates sufficiently  

with a gear engaged;

or

–  the driver disables the function.

Warning light 

 goes out on the in- 

strument panel.

“AUTOHOLD” function

“AUTOHOLD” FUNCTION

Vehicle stopped (e.g. at a red light, an  

intersection, a traffic jam, etc.), the func- 

tion ensures braking force even when  

the driver releases the brake pedal.

The braking force is released as soon  

as the driver accelerates sufficiently  

with a gear engaged.

Activation

Press switch 

2

.

The 

1

 switch warning light 

2

 illuminates  

to confirm that the function is activated.

Deactivation

Press the brake pedal and 

2

  switch si- 

multaneously.

The 

1

 switch warning light 

2

 disappears  

to confirm that the function is deacti- 

vated.

If the braking force is maintained, the  

parking brake is applied automatically  

when:

–  the driver exits the vehicle;

or

–  the vehicle is immobilised for more  

than approximately three minutes.

1

Conditions for maintaining the  

braking force

The following conditions must be met:

–  the seat belt for the driver is fas- 

tened;

and

–  the electronic parking brake is re- 

leased;

and

–  the vehicle is not stationary on a very  

steep slope.

The maintained braking force is con- 
firmed by the 

 warning light on  

the instrument panel.

Upon each start-up, the function  

continues the mode set at the time  

the engine was last switched off.

The electronic parking 

 

brake can be used to im- 

mobilise the vehicle. Before  

leaving the vehicle, check  

that the electronic parking brake is  

fully applied.

The indicator light on switch 

2

 and  

the warning light 

}

 on the in- 

strument panel illuminate to show  

that the parking brake is applied  

and switch off when the doors are  

locked. Depending on the vehicle, a  

sticker is located on the upper sec- 

tion of the windscreen to remind you  

of this.

2

fuel

advice on fuel .......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fuel

consumption.........................................

(current page)

changing gear ............................................

(current page)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

driving recommendations ..........................

(current page)

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

(current page)

ECO driving ...............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fuel economy .............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

indicators:

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

(up to the end of the DU)

ECO mode .................................................

(current page)

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

(current page)

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

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Conseils de conduite, éco conduite (HJB - Renault)

 

Eco driving

DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(1/8)

Fuel consumption is accredited in ac- 

cordance with a standard regulatory  

method.
Identical for all manufacturers, this ena- 

bles vehicles to be compared with one  

another.
Consumption in real time depends on  

vehicle usage conditions, the equip- 

ment fitted and the user’s driving style.
To optimise fuel consumption, please  

refer to the following advice.

Depending on the vehicle, you will have  

various functions which enable you to  

lower your fuel consumption:
–  the rev counter;
–  gear change indicator;
–  the driving style indicator;
– the journey record and eco-driving  

advice via the multimedia screen;

–  acceleration indicator Eco;
–  ECO mode;
–  the free-wheel function;
–  the Stop and Start  function 

 2.12.

If fitted on the vehicle, the navigation  

system provides additional information.

fuel

advice on fuel .......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fuel

consumption.........................................

(current page)

changing gear ............................................

(current page)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

driving recommendations ..........................

(current page)

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

(current page)

fuel economy .............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

indicators:

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

(up to the end of the DU)

ECO mode .................................................

(current page)

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

(current page)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

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DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(2/8)

Gear change indicator 1

Depending on the vehicle, to obtain op- 

timum consumption levels, a warning  

light on the instrument panel lets you  

know the best time to move up or down  

a gear:

 shift up a gear;

 downshift a gear.

If you regularly follow this indicator, you  

will reduce your vehicle’s fuel consump- 

tion.

On the instrument panel AB  

or C

Depending on the vehicle, the informa- 

tion display can be organised and cus- 

tomised based on the instrument panel  

customisation style selected from the  

multimedia screen.

B

C

1

1

A

1

fuel

consumption.........................................

(current page)

driving recommendations ..........................

(current page)

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

(current page)

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DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(3/8)

Driving style indicator 2

Informs you about the driving style  

adopted in real time. This is shown by  

indicator light 

2

.

The more petals displayed on 

2

, the  

more your driving is flexible and eco- 

nomical.
If you regularly monitor this indicator,  

you will reduce your vehicle’s fuel con- 

sumption.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions for further information. 

2

2

2

A

B

C

screens

multimedia screen ................................

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Acceleration indicator Eco 3

This informs you in real time whether  

you are accelerating moderately or  

strongly.
This is shown by the 

3

 warning light:

–  green: acceleration is moderate and  

correct;

–  white: acceleration is too high;
–  grey: acceleration is high.

Note:

 it is not possible to simultane- 

ously display the driving style indica- 

tor 

2

 and the Eco acceleration indica- 

tor 

3

.

DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(4/8)

3

3

3

A

B

C

screens

multimedia screen ................................

(current page)

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An overall rating from 0 to 100 is dis- 

played to let you assess your eco driv- 

ing performance.
The higher the rating, the lower the fuel  

consumption.
Eco advice is given to help improve  

your performance.
With your favourite journeys saved,  

you can compare your performance  

between trips and the performance of  

other vehicle users.
Please refer to the multimedia instruc- 

tions for further information.

On the multimedia screen

Journey record

Once the engine is switched off, you  

will see “Journey record” displayed on  

the multimedia screen 

4

, enabling you  

to view information on your last journey.
This indicates:
–  the general score;
–  score evolution;
–  distance without fuel consumption.

4

DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(5/8)

fuel

consumption.........................................

(current page)

driving recommendations ..........................

(current page)

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

(current page)

ECO mode .................................................

(current page)

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To do this, press the accelerator pedal  

firmly and fully.
ECO mode is reactivated when you  

take pressure off the accelerator pedal.

Disabling the  function

Depending on the vehicle, the function  

can be deactivated either:
–  by pressing switch 

5

;

–  by pressing the 

6

 switch. 

 3.2.

The warning light 

 goes out on  

the instrument panel to confirm deac- 

tivation.

DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(6/8)

ECO mode

ECO mode is a function which opti- 

mises fuel consumption.
It affects certain driving operations (ac- 

celeration, shifting gears, cruise con- 

trol, deceleration etc.).
Limiting acceleration enables low fuel  

consumption in urban and surrounding  

areas.

Activating the function

Depending on the vehicle, the function  

can be activated either:
–  by pressing switch 

5

;

–  by pressing the 

6

 switch. 

 3.2;

–  from the multimedia screen (refer to  

the multimedia instructions).

The warning light 

 comes on on  

the instrument panel to confirm activa- 

tion.
While driving, it is possible to leave the  

ECO mode temporarily in order to im- 

prove engine performance.

6

5

Free-wheel function

Depending on the vehicle, for vehicles  

fitted with an automatic gearbox, in the  

deceleration phases (with the foot fully  

off the accelerator pedal), switching to  

freewheeling (automatic neutral) de- 

creases engine braking and allows you  

to farther without accelerating in order  

to save fuel.

The 

 freewheel warning light illu- 

minates when the “Freewheel” parame- 

ter is activated (ON) in the user settings  

 1.83.

This warning light is displayed when the  

function is activated:
– in grey when the vehicle is not in  

freewheel mode;

–  in green or, depending on the vehi- 

cle, when the vehicle is in freewheel  

mode (automatic neutral).

Note:

 depending on the vehicle, for  

vehicles equipped with Multi-Sense  

 3.2, activation/deactivation is done  

by configuring the various My Sense  

modes or ECO mode.

driving recommendations ..........................

(current page)

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– Do not try to maintain the same  

speed up a hill, accelerate no more  

than you would on flat ground. Keep  

your foot in the same position on the  

accelerator pedal.

–  Double declutching and accelerating  

before switching off are unnecessary  

in modern vehicles.

–  Bad weather, flooded roads:

Do not drive through 

 

floods if the water is 

 

above the lower edge of  

the wheel rims.

DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(7/8)

Driving advice and ECO  

driving

Heating levels

It is normal to notice an increase in the  

vehicle’s fuel consumption when using  

the heating (particularly when the out- 

side temperature drops below zero) or  

air conditioning.

Behaviour

–  Drive carefully for the first few miles  

until the engine reaches its normal  

operating temperature, rather than  

let it warm up while the vehicle is sta- 

tionary.

–  High speeds significantly affect the  

vehicle’s fuel consumption.

  Examples (at a steady speed):
  –  reducing the speed from 80 mph  

(130 km/h) to 68 mph (110 km/h)  

approximately saves up to 20% of  

fuel approximately;

  –  reducing the speed from 56 mph  

(90 km/h) to 50 mph (80 km/h) ap- 

proximately saves up to 10% of  

fuel approximately.

–  Dynamic driving involving heavy and  

frequent acceleration and braking is  

expensive on fuel in comparison to  

the time saved.

–  Do not over rev the engine in the in- 

termediate gears. You should always  

use the highest gear possible.

–  Avoid sudden acceleration.
–  Brake as little as possible. If you an- 

ticipate an obstacle or bend in ad- 

vance, you may then simply release  

the accelerator pedal.

Obstructions to the driver

On the driver’s side, only  

use mats suitable for the  

vehicle, attached with the  

pre-fitted components, and check  

the fitting regularly. Do not lay one  

mat on top of another.

There is a risk of wedging the  

pedals.

fuel

consumption.........................................

(current page)

fuel

consumption.........................................

(current page)

driving recommendations ..........................

(current page)

ECO mode .................................................

(current page)

tyres ...........................................................

(current page)

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

(current page)

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DRIVING ADVICE, ECO DRIVING 

(8/8)

Advice on use

–  Favour the ECO mode.
– Electricity is fuel; switch off all the  

electrical components which are  

not really needed. 

However

 (safety  

first), keep your lights on when the  

visibility is bad (“see and be seen”).

– Use the air vents. Driving with the  

windows open at 60 mph (100 km/h)  

will increase fuel consumption by  

4%.

– Never fill the fuel tank right to the  

brim to avoid overflow.

– 

On vehicles equipped with non-au- 

tomatic air conditioning

, switch off  

the air conditioning when it is not re- 

quired.

Advice for reducing consumption 

and therefore helping

 

to

 

preserve 

the environment:

If the vehicle has been parked in the  

sun, open the doors for a few mo- 

ments to let the hot air escape before  

starting the engine.

– Do not leave an empty roof rack  

fitted to the vehicle.

–  It is better to fit a trailer for bulky ob- 

jects.

– When towing a caravan, fit a wind  

deflector and adjust it carefully.

–  Avoid using the car for door-to-door  

calls (short journeys with long waits  

in between) because the engine  

never reaches its normal operating  

temperature.

Tyres

–  An underinflated tyre increases fuel 

consumption.

–  To optimise fuel consumption, set the  

highest speed tyre pressure or the  

recommended pressure indicated on  

the edge of the driver’s door 

 4.11.

–  The use of non-recommended tyres  

can increase fuel consumption.

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

(up to the end of the DU)

antipollution

advice...................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

maintenance ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

indicators:

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

(current page)

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Maintenance and antipollution advice

MAINTENANCE AND ANTIPOLLUTION ADVICE 

Your vehicle complies with criteria for  

recycling and recovering vehicles at the  

end of their service life, which entered  

into force in 2015.
Some parts of your vehicle have there-

fore been designed to facilitate future 

recycling.
These parts are easy to remove so 

that they can be recovered and repro-

cessed by recycling companies.
By virtue of its design, moderate fuel 

consumption and initial settings, your 

vehicle also conforms to current an-

tipollution regulations. The manufac-

turer is actively striving to reduce pol-

lutant exhaust gas emissions and to 

save energy. But the fuel consumption 

of your vehicle and the level of pollutant 

exhaust gas emissions are also your 

responsibility. Ensure that it is main-

tained and used correctly.

Maintenance

It is important to remember that fail- 

ure to respect antipollution regulations  

could lead to legal action being taken  

against the vehicle owner.

In addition, replacing engine, fuel  

supply system and exhaust compo- 

nents with parts other than those origi- 

nally recommended by the manufac- 

turer may alter your vehicle so that it  

no longer complies with anti-pollution  

regulations.
Have your vehicle adjusted and 

 

checked by an authorised dealer, in ac- 

cordance with the instructions given in  

your maintenance schedule: they will  

have all the equipment necessary for  

ensuring that your vehicle is maintained  

to its original standard.

Engine adjustments

 Spark plugs:

 for optimum condi- 

tions of use, output and performance  

the specifications laid down by our  

Design Department must be strictly  

applied.

  If the spark plugs have to be changed,  

use the make, type and gap specified  

for your vehicle’s engine. Contact an  

authorised dealer for this.

  Ignition and idle speed:

 no adjust- 

ment is needed.

  Air filter, fuel filter:

 a choked ele- 

ment will reduce efficiency. It must  

be replaced.

Exhaust gas monitoring 

system

The exhaust gas monitoring system will  

detect any operating faults in the vehi- 

cle’s antipollution system.

If this system malfunctions, toxic sub-

stances may be released into the at-

mosphere or damage may occur.

Ä

This warning light on the in- 

strument panel will indicate if  

there are any faults in the system:

This lights up when the ignition is 

switched on and goes out when the 

engine is started.

–  If it lights up continuously, consult an  

approved Dealer as soon as possi- 

ble;

–  if it flashes, reduce the engine speed  

until the light stops flashing. Contact  

an authorised dealer as soon as pos- 

sible.

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Environment

ENVIRONMENT

Emissions

Your vehicle has been designed to emit 

fewer greenhouse gases (CO2) while in 

use, and therefore to consume less fuel 

(eg. 140 g/km, equivalent to 5.3 l/100 

km for a diesel vehicle).
Our vehicles are also equipped with a 

particle filter system including a cata-

lytic converter, an oxygen sensor and 

an active carbon filter (the latter pre-

vents vapour from the fuel tank being 

released into the open air).
For certain diesel vehicles, this system  

also has a particle filter to reduce the  

volume of soot particles emitted.

Please make your own 

contribution towards 

protecting the environment 

too

–  Worn parts replaced in the course of 

routine vehicle maintenance (vehi-

cle battery, oil filter, air filter, batter-

ies, etc.) and oil containers (empty or 

filled with used oil) must be disposed 

of through specialist organisations.

–  At the end of the vehicle’s service 

life, it should be sent to approved 

centres to ensure that it is recycled.

–  In all cases, comply with local legis-

lation.

Recycling

Your vehicle is 85% recyclable and 

95% recoverable.
To achieve these objectives, many of 

the vehicle components have been de-

signed to enable them to be recycled. 

The materials and structures have 

been carefully designed to allow these 

components to be easily removed and 

reprocessed by specialist companies.
In order to preserve raw material re- 

sources, this vehicle incorporates nu- 

merous parts made from recycled plas- 

tics or renewable materials (vegetable  

or animal-derived materials such as  

cotton or wool).

Your vehicle has been designed with 

respect for the 

environment

 in mind for 

its entire service life: during production, 

use and at the end of its life.

Manufacture

Your vehicle has been manufactured at  

a factory which complies with a policy  

to reduce the environmental impact  

on the surrounding areas (reduction of  

water and energy consumption, visual  

and noise pollution, atmospheric emis- 

sions and waste water; sorting and re- 

using waste).

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Tyre pressure loss warning

TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING 

(1/6)

When fitted to the vehicle, this system  

notifies the driver if one or more tyres  

lose pressure.
The system can be identified by the 

1

  

label in the vehicle.

Operating principle

This system detects a loss of pressure  

in one of the tyres by measuring the  

wheel speed while driving.

Warning light 

 

2

 comes on to  

alert the driver in the event of insuffi- 

cient pressure (deflated wheel, punc- 

tured tyre, etc.).

1

1

2

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Resetting the standard level  

for the tyre pressures

This should be done:
–  after each re-inflation or resetting of  

tyre pressure;

–  after changing a wheel;
–  after changing wheels around.
Tyre pressures must correspond to the  

current usage of the vehicle (empty,  

carrying a load, motorway driving, etc.).

–  significant change in load or distribu- 

tion of load on one side of the vehi- 

cle;

–  sporty driving with strong accelera- 

tion;

–  driving on snowy or slippery surface;

–  driving with snow chains;

–  fitting a single new tyre;

–  use of tyres not approved by the net- 

work.

Operating conditions

The system should be reset with a  

pressure equal to that stated on the tyre  

pressure label (refer to the information  

on “Tyre Pressures” in section 4), other- 

wise it may not give a reliable warning  

in the event of significant pressure loss.

Resetting should always be carried  

out after checking the tyre pressure  

of all four tyres when cold.

In the following situations, the system  

risk coming into action late or not func- 

tioning correctly:
–  system not reset after reinflation or  

any operation on the wheels;

–  system badly reset: different inflation  

pressures from the recommended  

pressures;

This function is an addi- 

tional driving aid.
The function does not take  

the place of the driver. It  

cannot, therefore, under any cir- 

cumstances replace the vigilance  

or the responsibility of the driver.  

Check the tyre pressures, including  

the emergency spare wheel, once a  

month.

TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING 

(2/6)

The sudden loss of pressure in a  

tyre (burst tyre, etc.) cannot be de- 

tected by the system.

indicators:

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–  briefly press the 

3

 or 

4

 switch to  

reach the “Tyre pressure init. long  

press” page;

–  press and hold the 

5

 OK switch to  

launch the reset.

Hold down the 

5

 switch until the  

“Operation completed” message ap- 

pears. You can now drive.

TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING 

(3/6)

3

4

5

6

Resetting procedure

Ignition on, 

vehicle stopped:

–  for vehicles fitted with a type 

A

 or 

  

instrument panel (

 1.71, repeatedly  

tap the 

6

 switch as many times as  

necessary to reach the “vehicle” tab  

;

–  for vehicles fitted with a type 

B

 in- 

strument panel, tap the switch 

6

 to  

reach the 

7

 area of the instrument  

panel;

If the vehicle is equipped with a nav- 

igation system, the resetting proce- 

dure may also be carried out using  

the multimedia screen: please see  

the equipment instructions.

B

7

Tyre pressure  

init. long press

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TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING 

(4/6)

Steps

Messages

Readings

Tyre pressure init. at stop

The message is displayed during driving. If you want to reset the pressure of the  

four tyres, stop the vehicle.

1

Tyre pressure init. long press To reset the pressure of all four tyres, with the vehicle stopped, press and hold  

the 

5

 OK switch to launch resetting until the “If pressure OK [hold on]” message  

is displayed.

2

If pressure OK [hold on]

The message flashes to indicate that the system has registered the resetting  

procedure. If all four tyres have been correctly adjusted to match the tyre pres- 

sure values recommended on the tyre pressure label 

 4.11, press and hold  

switch 

5

 OK until the message “Operation completed” appears.

3

Operation completed

The resetting procedure has been completed successfully. You can now drive.

The table below shows the possible messages related to the tyre resetting procedure.

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TYRE PRESSURE LOSS WARNING 

(5/6)

Readjustment of tyre  

pressures

The pressure of the four tyres must  

be set when cold

 (refer to the label lo- 

cated on the edge of the driver’s door).
If tyre pressures cannot be checked  

when the tyres are 

cold

, the recom- 

mended pressures should be increased  

by 

0.2

 to 

0.3

 bar (

3

 PSI).

Never deflate a hot tyre.

After each reinflation or readjustment of  

the tyre pressure, launch the reinitiali- 

sation of the tyre pressure reference  

value.

Replacing wheels/tyres

Only use equipment approved by the  

network, otherwise the system risks  

late activation or incorrect operation.  

 5.12.

After each change of wheel/tyre, read- 

just the tyre pressure and launch the  

reset of the tyre pressure reference  

value.

Emergency spare wheel

If fitted on the vehicle, readjust the tyre  

pressure and launch the reinitialisation  

of the tyre pressure reference value.

Tyre repair product and  

inflation kit

Only use equipment approved by the  

Network, otherwise the system risks  

late activation or incorrect operation.  

 5.4. After using the tyre inflation kit,  

readjust the tyre pressure and launch  

the resetting of the tyre pressure refer- 

ence value.

Tyre pressure faults

The table on the following page lists  

the warning messages which appear  

on the instrument panel 

8

 when the  

system detects a tyre pressure fault.

8

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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