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hubcap tool ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

trims ...........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

tools ...........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

tool kit ........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.9

ENG_UD56667_1

Enjoliveur - Roue (HJB - Renault)

 

Remove the wheel trim using hubcap 

tool 

1

 (located in the tool kit) by en-

gaging the hook in the opening near 

valve 

2

.

To refit it, align it with valve 

2

. Push the 

retaining hooks in fully, starting with 

side 

A

 near the valve, followed by 

B

 

and 

C

, finishing at 

D

 opposite the valve.

Wheel trims - wheel

WHEEL TRIMS - WHEEL

Do not leave the tools un- 

secured inside the vehicle  

as they may come loose  

under braking. After use,  

check that all the tools are correctly  

clipped into the tool kit, then position  

it correctly in its housing.

Risk of injury.

1

2

A

B

D

C

changing a wheel.......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

wheelbrace ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

jack ............................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lifting the vehicle

changing a wheel .................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.10

ENG_UD64390_4

Changement de roue (HJB - Renault)

 

Start cranking the jack by hand, posi- 

tioning the 

4

 jack support plate in the  

slightly indented groove underneath  

the vehicle, located between the two  

notches 

5

 and in the direction of the  

arrow 

3

.

Continue to crank the jack so that the  

baseplate is correctly positioned (it  

should be underneath the vehicle and  

aligned with the jack head).
Turn it a few times to lift the wheel off 

the ground.

Changing a wheel

Switch on the hazard warn-

ing lights.
Keep the vehicle away from  

traffic and on a level surface  

where it will not slip.
Apply the parking brake and engage 

a gear (first or reverse, or 

P

 for auto-

matic transmissions).

Ask all the passengers to leave the 

vehicle and keep them away from 

traffic.

CHANGING A WHEEL 

(1/2)

Vehicles equipped with a jack 

and wheelbrace

If necessary, remove the wheel trim.
Use the wheelbrace 

1

 to slacken off the 

wheel bolts. Position it so as to be able 

to push from above.
Place the jack 

2

 horizontally; the jack  

head 

must

 be lined up with the sill clos- 

est to the wheel concerned, as shown  

by an arrow 

3

.

If the vehicle is parked on  

the hard shoulder, you must  

warn other road users of  

your vehicle’s presence 

 

with a warning triangle or with other  

devices as per the legislation apply- 

ing to the country you are in.

1

2

3

5

4

3

tyre pressure loss warning.........................

(up to the end of the DU)

tyre pressures ............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(current page)

5.11

ENG_UD64390_4

Changement de roue (HJB - Renault)

 

If you have a puncture, re-

place the wheel as soon as 

possible.
A tyre which has been punc-

tured should always be inspected 

(and repaired, where possible) by a 

specialist.

CHANGING A WHEEL 

(2/2)

Undo the bolts and take off the wheel.
Fit the emergency spare wheel on the 

central hub and turn it to locate the 

mounting holes in the wheel and the 

hub.
Tighten the bolts, checking that the 

wheel is correctly positioned on its hub. 
Lower the jack.
With the wheel on the ground, tighten  

the bolts fully and have the tightness of  

the bolts checked and the emergency  

spare wheel pressure checked as soon  

as possible.

Do not leave the tools un-

secured inside the vehicle 

as they may come loose 

under braking. After use, 

check that all the tools are correctly 

clipped into the tool kit, then posi-

tion it correctly in its housing: risk of 

injury.
If bolts are supplied with the emer- 

gency spare wheel, you must use  

these bolts only for the emergency  

spare wheel.
The jack is designed for wheel 

changing purposes only. Under no 

circumstances should it be used for 

carrying out repairs underneath the 

vehicle or to gain access to the un-

derside of the vehicle.

Vehicle fitted with a tyre pressure  

loss warning system

In the event of under-inflation (punc- 
tures, under-inflation etc.), the 

  

warning light appears on the instrument  

panel. 

 2.40. 

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

(up to the end of the DU)

wheels (safety) ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.12

ENG_UD56669_1

Pneumatiques (HJB - Renault)

 

Tyre and wheel safety

The tyres are the only contact between  

the vehicle and the road, so it is essen- 

tial to keep them in good condition.
You must make sure that your tyres  

con- form to local road traffic regula- 

tions.

Maintaining the tyres

The tyres must be in good condition  

and the tread form must have sufficient  

depth; tyres approved by our Technical  

Department have wear warning strips 

1

  

which are 

indicators moulded into  

the tread at several points.

Tyres (tyre and wheel safety, use in winter)

When the tyre tread has been worn 

to the level of the warning strips,

 they 

become visible 2

: it is 

then

 neces-

sary to replace your tyres because the 

tread rubber is now only 

1.6 mm deep 

at most, resulting in poor road hold-

ing on wet roads.

An overloaded vehicle, long journeys 

by motorway, particularly in very hot 

weather, or continual driving on poorly 

surfaced minor roads will lead to more 

rapid tyre wear and affect safety.

TYRES 

(1/3)

Incidents which occur when 

driving, such as striking the 

kerb, may damage the tyres 

and wheel rims, and could 

also lead to misalignment of the 

front or rear axle geometry. In this 

case, have the condition of these 

checked by an approved dealer.

1

2

Incorrect tyre pressures

 

lead to abnormal tyre wear 

and unusually hot running. 

These are factors which 

may seriously affect safety and lead 

to:
–  poor road holding;
–  risk of bursting or tread separa-

tion.

The pressure depends on the load 

and the speed of use. Adjust the 

pressure according to the condi-

tions of use (refer to the label affixed 

to the edge of the driver’s door).

Tyre pressures

Adhere to the tyre pressures (including 

the emergency spare wheel). The tyre 

pressures should be checked at least 

once a month and additionally before 

any long journey (refer to the label af-

fixed to the edge of the driver’s door).

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

(current page)

tyre pressures ............................................

(current page)

5.13

ENG_UD56669_1

Pneumatiques (HJB - Renault)

 

Fitting new tyres

Vehicle fitted with a tyre pressure  

loss warning system

In the event of under-inflation (punc- 
tures, under-inflation etc.), the 

  

warning light appears on the instrument  

panel.  

 2.40.

Emergency spare wheel

 5.2, 

 5.10.

Changing wheels around

This practice is not recommended.

Pressures should be checked when the 

tyres are cold; ignore higher pressures 

which may be reached in hot weather 

or following a fast journey.
If tyre pressures cannot be checked 

when the tyres are 

cold

, assume an in-

crease of 

0.2

 to 

0.3

 bar (or 

3 PSI

).

Never deflate a hot tyre.

TYRES 

(2/3)

Please be aware that a 

poorly tightened or miss-

ing valve cap can make the 

tyres less airtight and lead 

to pressure loss.
Always use valve caps identical to 

those fitted originally and tighten 

them fully.

For your safety, please re- 

spect the speed limit.
When they need to be re- 

placed, only tyres of the  

same make, size, type and profile  

should be used on a single axle.

They must either have a load ca- 

pacity and speed rating at least  

equal to those of the original  

tyres, or be recommended by an  

authorised dealer.

Failure to heed these instructions  

could endanger your safety and  

affect your vehicle’s roadworthi- 

ness.

Risk of loss of control of the ve- 

hicle.

5.14

ENG_UD56669_1

Pneumatiques (HJB - Renault)

 

Use in winter

Chains
For safety reasons, fitting snow 

chains to the rear axle is strictly for-

bidden.
Chains cannot be fitted

 to tyres which 

are larger than those originally fitted to 

the vehicle.

One-way tyres

An one-way tyre must only be fitted in  

one direction. You must observe this di- 

rection.
If an one-way tyre must be fitted in the  

opposite to its direction of rotation fol- 

lowing a puncture, drive with caution,  

particularly on a wet road, because the  

tyre specifications will not be adapted.

TYRES 

(3/3)

Snow or Winter tyres

We would recommend that these be 

fitted to all 

four wheels

 to ensure that 

your vehicle retains maximum adhe-

sion.

Warning

: These tyres sometimes have 

a specific direction of rotation and a 

maximum speed index which may be 

lower than the maximum speed of your 

vehicle.

Studded tyres

This type of equipment may only be 

used for a limited period and as laid 

down by local legislation. It is neces-

sary to observe the speed specified by 

current legislation.
These tyres must, at a minimum, be 

fitted to the two front wheels.

Chains may only be fitted 

to tyres of the same size 

as those originally fitted to 

your vehicle

.

In all cases, we would recommend  

that you contact an approved Dealer  

who will be able to advise you on  

the choice of equipment which is  

most suitable for your vehicle.

18” wheels cannot be 

fitted with chains.

If you wish to fit snow  

chains, you must use 

spe- 

cial equipment

.

Consult an approved dealer

changing a bulb .........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

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

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

direction indicators ...............................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

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

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

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

(current page)

bulbs

changing ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights

front ......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

indicators ...................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights

changing bulbs .....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.15

ENG_UD56670_1

Projecteurs : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

Headlights: changing bulbs

HEADLIGHTS: changing bulbs

2

Your vehicle is fitted with lights with  

LED, contact an Approved Dealer for  

replacement.

Direction indicators/dipped  

beam headlights/LED main  

beam headlights 1

Please see an authorised dealer.

LED daytime running lights/ 

side lights 2

Please see an authorised dealer.

Any operation on (or modi-

fication to) the electrical 

system must be performed 

by an approved dealer 

since an incorrect connection might 

damage the electrical equipment 

(harness, components and in par-

ticular the alternator). In addition, 

your Dealer has all the parts re-

quired for fitting these units.

1

bulbs

changing ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

changing a bulb .........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

indicators ...................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lights:

direction indicators ...............................

(current page)

lights:

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

(current page)

lights:

brake lights ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

bulbs

changing ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.16

ENG_UD56671_1

Feux arrière et latéraux : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

Rear lights and side lights (replacing bulbs)

The bulbs are under pres-

sure and can break when 

replaced.

Risk of injury.

REAR LIGHTS AND SIDE LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs 

(1/3)

To comply with current legislation, or 

as a precaution, you can obtain an 

emergency kit from your approved 

dealer containing a set of spare 

bulbs and fuses.

LED side light/brake light 1

Consult an approved dealer

–  release the light assembly from out- 

side the vehicle by pulling towards  

the rear;

– remove the 

5

 bulb holder by un- 

screwing it a quarter of a turn, then  

replace the bulb.

Bulb type:

 

WY16W

.

4

2

1

3

Direction indicators 2

–  Open the boot;
–  remove the trim 

3

;

–  unscrew the nut 

4

;

lights:

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

(current page)

lights:

number plate lights ..............................

(current page)

lights:

reversing lights .....................................

(current page)

5.17

ENG_UD56671_1

Feux arrière et latéraux : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

REAR LIGHTS AND SIDE LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs 

(2/3)

Fog lights and LED reversing  

lights 6

Consult an approved dealer

6

7

High-level LED brake light 7

Consult an approved dealer.

Refitting

To refit, proceed in the reverse order,  

taking care not to damage the wiring.

5

lights:

number plate lights ..............................

(current page)

indicator lights............................................

(current page)

5.18

ENG_UD56671_1

Feux arrière et latéraux : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

LED number plate lights 8

(depending on the vehicle)
Consult an approved Dealer.

REAR LIGHTS AND SIDE LIGHTS: replacing the bulbs 

(3/3)

11

8

LED side repeaters 11

Consult an approved dealer.

Number plate lights 9

– Unclip the light by pressing the  

tab 

10

–  remove the light cover to gain access  

to the bulb.

Bulb type:

 

W5W

.

10

9

The bulbs are under pres- 

sure and may break when  

replaced.

Risk of injury.

bulbs

changing ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

lighting:

interior ..................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

courtesy light .............................................

(current page)

map reading lights .....................................

(current page)

interior lighting:

changing bulbs .....................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.19

ENG_UD61076_2

Eclairage intérieur : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

interior lighting: changing bulbs

Courtesy light A

–   Unclip the lens (using a flat-blade  

screwdriver or similar);

–   remove the bulb concerned.

Bulb type:

 

W5W

.

INTERIOR LIGHTING: changing bulbs 

(1/3)

The bulbs are under pres-

sure and can break when 

replaced.

Risk of injury.

LED reading lights C

Consult an authorised dealer.

Map reading light B

–   Unclip the cover (using a flat-blade  

screwdriver or similar);

–   remove the bulb concerned.

Bulb type:

 

W5W

.

A

B

C

5.20

ENG_UD61076_2

Eclairage intérieur : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

Courtesy light D

–   Unclip the lens (using a flat-blade  

screwdriver or similar);

–   remove the bulb concerned.

Bulb type:

 

W5W

.

LED reading lights E

Consult an authorised dealer.

INTERIOR LIGHTING: changing bulbs 

(2/3)

D

E

miroirs de courtoisie ..................................

(page courante)

courtesy mirrors .........................................

(current page)

lighting

glovebox ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

ambient lighting .........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.21

ENG_UD61076_2

Eclairage intérieur : remplacement des lampes (HJB - Renault)

 

Courtesy mirror lights 3

Please consult an authorised dealer.

Ambient lighting

Please consult an authorised dealer.

INTERIOR LIGHTING: changing bulbs 

(3/3)

3

Glovebox light

–   Unclip the light 

2

 by pressing the tab  

on its left side (using a flat-bladed  

screwdriver or similar);

–   remove the bulb concerned.

Bulb type:

 

W5W.

2

1

Luggage compartment light

–   Unclip the light 

1

 by pressing the tab  

on its left side (using a flat-bladed  

screwdriver or similar);

–   remove the bulb concerned.

Bulb type:

 

W5W.

radio frequency remote control/key

battery ..................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

replacement

remote control batteries .......................

(up to the end of the DU)

batteries .....................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

battery (remote control) .............................

(up to the end of the DU)

operating faults

remote control batteries .......................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.22

ENG_UD56673_1

Clé à télécommande : pile (HJB - Renault)

 

Remote control key: battery

REMOTE CONTROL KEY: BATTERY: battery 

(1/2)

1

Replacing the battery

Open the case at slot 

1

 using a flat- 

blade screwdriver or similar, and re- 

place the battery 

2

, observing the type  

and polarity shown on the back of the  

cover.

2

Note: 

It is not advisable to touch the  

electronic circuit in the key cover when  

replacing the battery.
When refitting, ensure that the cover is  

correctly clipped on and the screw tight- 

ened.

The batteries are available from ap-

proved Dealers, and their service 

life approximately two years.
Check that there is no dye on the 

battery: risk of an incorrect electri-

cal contact.

If they need to be replaced,  

be sure to use the same  

or equivalent type of bat- 

tery (consult an Approved  

Dealer).

5.23

ENG_UD56673_1

Clé à télécommande : pile (HJB - Renault)

 

Operating faults

If the battery is too weak to ensure cor- 

rect operation, you will still be able to  

start and lock/unlock the vehicle 

 1.16.

REMOTE CONTROL KEY: BATTERY: battery 

(2/2)

Do not throw away your used bat- 

teries; give them to an organisation  

responsible for collecting and recy- 

cling batteries.

Precautions relating to  

batteries:

–  keep (new or used) bat- 

teries out of reach of chil- 

dren;

–   do not swallow batteries;

Risk of chemical burns which  

may lead to death

.

–  if ingested or inserted into any  

part of the body, consult a doctor  

as soon as possible.

When replacing:
–  make sure that the batter- 

ies are correctly inserted.

Risk of explosion

.

–   if the flap does not close cor- 

rectly, do not use and keep out of  

reach of children.

operating faults

card battery ..........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

«hands-free» card: battery ........................

(up to the end of the DU)

card: battery...............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

batteries .....................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.24

ENG_UD64389_2

Carte : pile (HJB - Renault)

 

“Hands-free” card: battery

“HANDS-FREE” CARD: battery 

(1/2)

A

1

Replacing the battery

When the message “Keycard Battery  

Low” appears on the instrument panel,  

replace the battery in the card:

–   slide the rear casing 

1

 downwards  

while pressing on zone 

A

;

–  remove the battery cover 

2

;

–   remove the battery by pressing on  

one side and lifting the other;

–  replace it according to the direc- 

tion and template shown inside the  

cover.

2

When refitting, proceed in the reverse  

order, then press one of the buttons on  

the card four times, close to the vehicle:  

the next time the vehicle is started, the  

message will disappear.
Check that the cover is clipped shut.

Note:

 Do not touch the electronic circuit  

or contacts on the card when replacing  

the battery.

The batteries are available from ap- 

proved Dealers, and their service  

life approximately two years. Check  

that there is no dye on the battery:  

risk of an incorrect electrical con-

tact.

If they need to be replaced,  

be sure to use the same  

or equivalent type of bat- 

tery (consult an Approved  

Dealer).

When replacing:
–  make sure that the batter- 

ies are correctly inserted.

Risk of explosion

.

–  if the flap does not close cor- 

rectly, do not use and keep out of  

reach of children.

5.25

ENG_UD64389_2

Carte : pile (HJB - Renault)

 

Do not throw away your used bat- 

teries; give them to an organisation  

responsible for collecting and recy- 

cling batteries.

Precautions relating to  

batteries:

–  keep (new or used) bat- 

teries out of reach of chil- 

dren;

–   do not swallow batteries;

Risk of chemical burns which  

may lead to death

.

– if ingested or inserted into any  

part of the body, consult a doctor  

as soon as possible.

“HANDS-FREE” CARD: battery 

(2/2)

Operating faults

If the battery is too weak to ensure cor- 

rect operation, you will still be able to  

start and lock/unlock the vehicle 

 1.16.

battery

breakdown recovery ............................

(up to the end of the DU)

battery........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

5.26

ENG_UD77266_2

Batterie : dépannage (HJB - Renault)

 

Battery: troubleshooting

BATTERY: troubleshooting 

(1/3)

To avoid all risk of sparks:

–  Ensure that any power consumers  

(courtesy lights, etc.) are switched  

off before disconnecting or recon- 

necting a battery;

– when charging, stop the charger  

before connecting or disconnecting  

the battery;

–  do not place metal objects on the  

battery as this could create a short  

circuit between the terminals;

– always wait at least five minutes  

after the engine has been switched  

off before disconnecting a battery;

–  make sure that you reconnect the  

battery terminals after refitting.

Connecting a battery charger

The battery charger must be com- 

patible with a battery with nominal 

voltage of 12 volts.

Do not disconnect the battery when the 

engine is running. 

Follow the instruc- 

tions given by the manufacturer of 

the battery charger you are using.

Special procedures may be 

required to charge some 

batteries. Contact your ap- 

proved dealer.

Avoid all risk of sparks which may  

cause an immediate explosion, and  

charge the battery in a well venti- 

lated area. 

Risk of serious injury.

Handle the battery with care 

as it contains sulphuric acid, 

which must not come into 

contact with eyes or skin. If 

it does, wash the affected area with 

plenty of cold water. If necessary, 

consult a doctor.
Keep naked flames, red hot objects  

and sparks away from the battery  

components as there is a 

risk of  

explosion

.

Please note when working close to  

the engine that it may be hot. In ad- 

dition, the engine cooling fan may  
start at any moment. The 

  

warning light in the engine compart- 

ment reminds you of this.

Risk of injury.

Before carrying out any  

action in the engine com- 

partment, you must switch  

off the ignition. 

 2.4 

 

 2.6.

5.27

ENG_UD77266_2

Batterie : dépannage (HJB - Renault)

 

BATTERY: troubleshooting 

(2/3)

Starting the vehicle using the 

battery from another vehicle

If you have to use the battery from an-

other vehicle to start, obtain suitable 

jump leads (with a large cross section) 

from an approved dealer or, if you al-

ready have jump leads, ensure that 

they are in perfect condition.

The two batteries must have an iden- 

tical nominal voltage: 12 volts.

 The  

battery supplying the current should  

have a capacity (amp-hours, Ah) which  

is at least the same as that of the dis- 

charged battery.
Ensure that there is no risk of contact 

between the two vehicles (risk of short 

circuiting when the positive terminals 

are connected) and that the discharged 

battery is properly connected. Switch 

off your vehicle ignition.

3

2

1

Battery in engine compartment

The battery is not directly accessible.
Use the 

terminal

 

1

 (

+

) and the 

termi- 

nal

 

2

 (

) in the engine compartment.

Raise the cover 

3

 of the 

terminal

 

1

 (

+

).

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Batterie : dépannage (HJB - Renault)

 

Check that there is no con-

tact between leads 

A

 and 

B

 

and that the positive lead 

A

 

is not touching any metal 

parts on the vehicle supplying the 

current.

Risk of injury and/or damage to  

the vehicle.

1

2

5

A

B

4

Attach the positive cable 

A

 to the 

ter- 

minal

 

1

 (

+

) then to the 

terminal

 

5

 (

+

) of  

the battery supplying the current.
Attach the negative cable 

B

 to the 

ter- 

minal

 

4

 (

) of the battery supplying the  

current and then to the 

terminal

 

2

 (

).

BATTERY: troubleshooting 

(3/3)

Start the engine of the vehicle supply- 

ing the current and run it at an interme- 

diate engine speed.
If your vehicle’s engine does not start  

immediately, switch off the ignition and  

wait a few seconds before repeating  

the operation.
With the engine running, disconnect  

the 

A

 and 

B

 cables in the reverse order  

(

2

 - 

4

 - 

5

 - 

1

).

Reposition the cover 

3

 of the termi-

nal 

1

 (

+

).

speakers

location ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fitting a radio ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

fitting a radio ..............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

radio

fitting a radio ........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

equipment

multimedia ...........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Prééquipement radio (HJB - Renault)

 

Fitting a radio

FITTING A RADIO

Radio location 1

Unclip the blanking cover. The connec- 

tions: ( +  aerial) and ( –  supply and  

speaker) are located behind it.

Front door speakers 2

To install any equipment, please con-

sult an authorised dealer.

–  In all cases, it is very important to 

follow the manufacturer’s instruc-

tions carefully.

–  The specifications of the brack-

ets and wires (available from our 

network) vary depending on the 

equipment level of your vehicle 

and the type of radio.

  Consult an approved Dealer to 

find out the correct part number.

–  No work may be carried out on 

the vehicle’s electrical or radio 

circuits, except by approved 

dealers: an incorrectly connected 

system may result in damage 

being caused to the electrical 

equipment and/or the compo-

nents connected to it.

1

2

accessories................................................

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accessories - installation ...........................

(up to the end of the DU)

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Accessoires (HJB - Renault)

 

Accessories

INSTALLATION AND USE OF ACCESSORIES: 

important recommendations

Electrical and electronic accessories

Before installing this type of accessory (particularly for transmitters/receivers: frequency bandwidth, power level, po- 

sition of the aerial, etc.), make sure it is compatible with your vehicle. You can get advice from an authorised dealer.

Before connecting an accessory to a socket, please ensure that you do not exceed the maximum power authorised for  

the socket 

 3.17 

 3.33. 

Fire hazard.

Any work on the vehicle’s electrical and/or electronic circuit must only be carried out by a qualified professional. Any incorrect  

connection and/or installation of electrical/electronic accessories not approved by the manufacturer may cause:

–  damage to the electrical and/or electronic equipment;

–  damage to the components connected to it;

–  the collection and use of vehicle data;

–  an invasion of privacy (modification, deletion or unwarranted access to personal data).

Risk of serious accidents. Risk of invasion of privacy.

If you have electrical equipment fitted in future, make sure that you are notified of the rating and position of the corresponding  

fuse.

Using the diagnostic socket

The use of electronic accessories on the diagnostic socket may cause serious disturbance to the vehicle’s electronic systems  

and/or cause invasion of privacy (modification, deletion or unwarranted access to personal data). For your safety we recom- 

mend that you use only electronic accessories approved by the manufacturer, consult an Approved Dealer. 

Serious accident  

risk

Risk of invasion of privacy.

Fitting aftermarket accessories

If you wish to install accessories on the vehicle: please contact an authorised dealer. Also, to ensure the correct operation of  

your vehicle, and to avoid any risk to your safety, we recommend that you use only accessories specifically designed for your  

vehicle, which are the only accessories for which the manufacturer will provide a warranty.

If you are using an anti-theft device, only attach it to the brake 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 reg-

ularly. Do not lay one mat on top of another. 

There is a risk of wedging the pedals

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(up to the end of the DU)

fuses ..........................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

faults

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

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Fusibles (HJB - Renault)

 

Fuses

Fuse box

If any electrical component does not  

work, check the condition of the fuses.

Passenger compartment fuses A

Unclip the access flap 

1

.

FUSES 

(1/3)

To comply with current legislation, or 

as a precaution, you can obtain an 

emergency kit from your approved 

dealer containing a set of spare 

bulbs and fuses.

Fuses located in the passenger  

compartment behind a flap in the B  

glovebox

Unclip the access flap 

2

.

A

C

Check the fuse in question and 

replace it,

 if necessary, 

by a fuse of the 

same rating.

If a fuse is fitted with too high a rating, it may cause the electrical circuit 

to overheat (risk of fire) in the event of an item of equipment using an ex-

cessive amount of current.

1

2

Tweezers 3

Remove the fuse using the tweezers 

3

  

on the back of the flap.

To remove the fuse from the tweezers, 

slide the fuse to the side.
It is not advisable to use the free fuse  

locations.

B

3

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Fusibles (HJB - Renault)

 

FUSES 

(2/3)

Allocation of fuses

(the presence of certain fuse depends on the vehicle equipment level)

Symbol

Allocation

H

Windscreen washer

î

Multimedia accessories socket, multimedia  

screen

Æ

Front and rear second row accessories socket

Ì

Horn

Ý

Towbar socket

Heated rear view mirrors

×

Brake lights, passenger compartment central unit

Passenger compartment centre unit, rear wiper,  

rear fog light

D

Direction indicator lights, hazard warning lights,  

high level brake lights

Use the fuse allocation label in the  

storage compartment to identify the  

fuses.
Certain fuses should only be re- 

placed by a qualified professional.  

These fuses are not listed on the  

label.
Only change the fuses represented  

on the label.

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Fusibles (HJB - Renault)

 

FUSES 

(3/3)

Fuses in engine compartment C

Some functions are protected by fuses  

located in the engine compartment  

(unit 

C

).

However, because of their reduced  

accessibility, 

we advise you to have  

your fuses replaced by an approved  

Dealer

.

C

Before carrying out any  

action in the engine com- 

partment, you must switch  

off the ignition. 

 2.4 or  

 2.6.

Please note when work- 

ing close to the engine that  

it may be hot. In addition,  

the engine cooling fan may  

start at any moment. The 

  

warning light in the engine compart- 

ment reminds you of this.

Risk of injury.

4

4

 fuse: LPG circuit shut-off.

screen wash/wipe

replacing blades ...................................

(up to the end of the DU)

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

(up to the end of the DU)

wiper blades ..............................................

(current page)

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ENG_UD61077_2

Balais d essuie-vitres (HJB - Renault)

 

Wiper blades: replacement

WIPER BLADES: replacement 

(1/2)

Replacing the windscreen  

wiper blades 2

To replace the wipers, first put them in  

the service position

B

.

Engine running or ignition on;

–  set the stalk 

1

 to position 

A

 twice in  

succession (single sweep): the wiper  

blades will stop in the service posi- 

tion 

B

 away from the bonnet;

–  lift the wiper arm 

3

;

– lower the 

4

 tab then remove the  

blade 

2

.

3

2

4

To refit

To refit the wiper blade 

2

, insert it in its  

housing in the arm 

3

, then clip it until  

you hear a click. Make sure that the  

blade is correctly locked in position.
To return the blades to lowered posi- 

tion, make sure that the blades are  

folded down onto the windscreen then  

set the 

1

 stalk to position 

A

 (single  

sweep): the windscreen wiper blades  

will fold into the bonnet when the igni- 

tion is switched on.

1

A

B

Check the condition of the wiper 

blades. You are responsible for their 

service life:

–  clean the blades, windscreen and  

rear screen regularly with soapy  

water;

–  do not use them when the wind- 

screen or rear screen are dry;

–  free them from the windscreen or  

rear screen when they have not  

been used for a long time.

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ENG_UD61077_2

Balais d essuie-vitres (HJB - Renault)

 

WIPER BLADES: replacement 

(2/2)

Check the condition of the wiper  

blades.
–  clean the blades, windscreen and 

rear screen regularly with soapy 

water;

–  do not use them when the wind-

screen or rear screen are dry;

–  free them from the windscreen or 

rear screen when they have not 

been used for a long time.

C

To refit

To refit the wiper blade, proceed in re- 

verse order to removal. Make sure that  

the blade is correctly locked in position.

Rear screen wiper blade 5

Stalk in stop position (deactivated):

–  lift the wiper arm 

6

;

–  turn the blade horizontally 

5

 (move- 

ment 

C

) until it unclips;

–  remove the blade by pulling it.

6

Before changing the rear  

wiper blade, make sure the  

stalk is in the stop position  

(deactivated).

Risk of injury.

5

– In frosty weather, make 

sure that the wiper blades 

are not stuck by ice (to 

avoid the risk of the motor 

overheating).

–   Check the condition of the wiper  

blades. Replace the wiper blades  

as soon as they begin to lose ef- 

ficiency (approximately once a  

year).

When changing the blade, when it  

has been removed, do not let the  

wiper arm fall against the window:  

risk of breaking the window.

towing hitch................................................

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automatic gearbox

breakdown recovery ............................

(current page)

towing

breakdown ...........................................

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ENG_UD64391_3

Remorquage : dépannage (HJB - Renault)

 

Towing

TOWING: breakdown recovery 

(1/2)

Before carrying out any towing, posi- 

tion the gearbox in neutral position (po- 

sition 

N

 on vehicles equipped with an  

automatic gearbox), unlock the steering  

column then release the parking brake.

Steering column unlocking

Insert the key into the ignition, set to  

“On” ON 

2

 position or, depending on  

the vehicle, with the card in the pas- 

senger compartment, press the engine  

start button for approximately 

two sec- 

onds

.

Reposition the lever to neutral (position  

N

 for vehicles fitted with an automatic  

gearbox).
The steering column unlocks, the ac- 

cessory functions are powered: you  

can use the vehicle’s lights (direction  

indicators, brake lights, etc.). At night  

the vehicle must have its lights on.
Depending on the vehicle, once you  

have finished towing, press the engine  

start button twice (risk of running down  

the battery).

The speed specified by current legis- 

lation for towing must always be ob- 

served. If you are driving the towing  

vehicle, do not exceed the permissible  

towing weight for your vehicle. 

 6.9.

Towing a vehicle with an  

automatic transmission,  

mechanical lever

Transport the vehicle on a trailer or tow  

it with the front wheels off the ground.

In exceptional circumstances

, you  

may tow it with all four wheels on the  

ground, only in a forward gear, with the  

gearbox in neutral position 

N

, over a  

maximum distance of 50 miles (80 km)  

and not exceeding a speed of 16 mph  

(25 km/h).

When setting off, if the lever is locked in  

position 

P

 even though you are press- 

ing the brake pedal, the lever can be re- 

leased manually in order to unlock the  

drive wheels.
To do this, unclip the base of the gaiter  

and press the 

2

 button while simultane- 

ously pressing the 

1

 button on the lever  

to unlock the lever.
Contact an authorised dealer as soon  

as possible.

2

Leave the card in the vehi- 

cle during towing.

Risk of the steering 

 

column locking.

1

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Remorquage : dépannage (HJB - Renault)

 

TOWING: breakdown recovery 

(2/2)

Only use the front

 

3

 

and rear

 

towing  

points (never use the driveshafts or any  

other part of the vehicle). These towing  

points may only be used for pulling.  

They must never be used for lifting the  

vehicle directly or indirectly.

Access to towing points

Front towing point

Press zone 

A

 and keep depressed  

while pulling zone 

B

 to open flap 

4

.

Rear towing point

Press zone 

C

 and keep depressed  

while pulling zone 

D

 to open flap 

6

.

Do not leave the tools unse-

cured inside the vehicle as 

they may come loose under 

braking.

Tighten the towing hitch

 

5

 

fully:

 first  

by hand until it stops, then finish by  

locking it with the wheel brace or, de- 

pending on the vehicle, the lever.
Only use the towing hitch 

5

 and the  

wheelbrace or lever provided with the  

tools. 

 5.7.

– Use a rigid towing bar. 

If a rope or cable is used 

(where the law allows this), 

the vehicle being towed 

must be able to brake.

–  A vehicle must not be towed if it is  

not fit to be driven.

– Avoid accelerating or braking  

suddenly when towing, as this  

may result in damage being  

caused to the vehicle.

–  In all cases, it is advisable not to  

exceed 

15.5 mph (25 km/h)

.

When the engine is 

stopped, steering and brak-

ing assistance are not oper-

ational.

3

7

5

5

4

A

B

6

C

D

Ensure that the towing eye  

is bolted correctly.

Risk of losing the towed  

object.

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faults

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

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ENG_UD73758_3

Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

Operating faults

OPERATING FAULTS 

(1/7)

Using the card

POSSIBLE CAUSES

WHAT TO DO

The card does not lock or unlock the  

doors.

Card battery is flat.

Replace the battery. You will still be able to  

lock/unlock and start your vehicle. 

 1.16  

and 

 2.4 or 

 2.6.

Use of appliances operating on the 

same frequency as the card (mobile 

phone, etc.).

Stop using the devices or use the key pro- 

vided. 

 1.16.

Vehicle located in an area with strong  

electromagnetic radiation. Vehicle  

battery discharged.

Use the key that is built into the card  

 1.16.

The message “Place card on zone +  

START” appears on the instrument  

panel.

Place the card in the placement area  

 2.6 then press the START button.

The vehicle is started.

With the engine running, the card’s locking/ 

unlocking device is blocked. Turn off the ig- 

nition.

Desynchronisation of the card

Unlock the driver’s door by inserting the  

key integrated in the card into the door lock  

 1.16 then place the card in the placement  

area 

 2.6 and press the START button to  

synchronise the card.

5.39

ENG_UD73758_3

Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

The following advice will enable you to carry out quick, temporary repairs. For safety reasons you should always contact 

an approved dealer as soon as possible.

Using the remote control

POSSIBLE CAUSES

ACTION REQUIRED

The remote control does not lock or 

unlock the doors.

The remote control battery is flat.

Use the emergency key.

Use of appliances operating on the same 

frequency as the remote control (mobile 

phone, etc.).

Stop using the devices or use the key.

Vehicle located in a high electromagnetic 

radiation zone.

Discharged battery.

Replace the battery. You will still be able to  

lock/unlock and start your vehicle. 

 1.16  

and 

 2.4 or 

 2.6.

The vehicle is started.

With the engine running, the key’s locking/ 

unlocking device is blocked. Turn off the  

ignition.

Desynchronisation of the remote control

Unlock the driver’s door by inserting the  

key into the door lock 

 1.16, then start the  

engine to synchronise the remote control  

 2.4 or 

 2.6.

OPERATING FAULTS 

(2/7)

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ENG_UD73758_3

Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

OPERATING FAULTS 

(3/7)

The starter is activated

POSSIBLE CAUSES

ACTION REQUIRED

The instrument panel indicator lights are  

weak or fail to light up and the starter  

does not turn.

Battery terminals not tight, bat- 

tery terminals disconnected or  

oxidised.

Retighten or reconnect the terminals, or clean them if  

they are oxidised.

Discharged battery or not op- 

erational.

Connect another battery to the faulty battery

 5.26 or  

replace the battery if necessary.

Do not push the vehicle if the steering column is  

locked.

Faulty circuit.

Consult an approved dealer.

The engine will not start.

Starting conditions are not ful- 

filled.

 2.4 or 

 2.6.

The “hands-free” card does not  

work.

Place the card in the recess provided for this purpose  

on the centre console 

 2.4 or 

 2.6.

With the vehicle stationary, engine cold,  

the engine’s idle speed is high.

Petrol version, this is not nec- 

essarily a fault. This may be  

caused by the increase in the  

engine temperature.

The engine’s idle speed should decrease after about  

one minute. Otherwise, this may be caused by an- 

other fault. Call an approved Dealer.

The engine cannot be switched off.

Card not detected.

Place the card in the recess provided for this purpose  

on the centre console.

Press and hold the start button.

Electronic fault.

Press the start button 3 times quickly or press and  

hold.

The steering column remains locked.

Steering wheel locked.

Move the steering wheel while pressing the engine  

start button (or, depending on the vehicle, operating  

the ignition key) 

 2.4.

Faulty electrical circuit.

Consult an approved dealer.

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ENG_UD73758_3

Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

OPERATING FAULTS 

(4/7)

On the road

POSSIBLE CAUSES

WHAT TO DO

Vibrations.

Tyres not inflated to correct pres-

sures, incorrectly balanced or dam-

aged.

Check the tyre pressures: if this is not the 

problem, have them checked by an ap- 

proved Dealer.

White smoke from the exhaust.

In the diesel version, this is not neces- 

sarily a fault. Smoke may be caused  

by particle filter regeneration.

 2.18.

Petrol version, this is not necessarily  

a fault. Depending on the climate con- 

ditions (cold, humidity etc.), smoke  

may be produced under hard vehicle  

acceleration.

Reduce the engine speed and avoid  

sudden acceleration to gradually make the  

smoke disappear. Otherwise, this may be  

caused by another fault. Consult an ap- 

proved dealer.

Smoke under the bonnet.

Short-circuit or cooling system leak.

Stop, switch off the ignition, stand away 

from the vehicle and contact an approved 

dealer.

The oil pressure warning light comes 

on:

while cornering or braking.

The level is too low.

Top up the engine oil 

 4.5.

is slow to go out or remains lit up  

under acceleration.

Loss of oil pressure.

Stop the vehicle and contact an approved 

Dealer.

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Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

OPERATING FAULTS 

(5/7)

On the road

POSSIBLE CAUSES

WHAT TO DO

Steering becomes heavy.

Assistance overheating.

Drive carefully at reduced speed, be aware  

of the level of force in the steering wheel  

needed to turn the wheels.

Fault with the electric assistance  

motor.
Fault in the assistance system

Consult an authorised dealer.

The engine is overheating. The  

coolant temperature indicator is in  

the warning zone and warning light  

®

 comes on.

Engine cooling fan not working.

Stop the vehicle, switch off the engine and 

contact an approved dealer.

Coolant leaks.

Check the coolant reservoir: it should con- 

tain fluid. If there is no coolant, consult an  

authorised dealer as soon as possible.

Coolant boiling in the coolant reser- 

voir.

Mechanical fault: damaged cylinder 

head gasket.

Stop the engine.

Contact an approved dealer.

Radiator:

 In the event of a significant lack of coolant, remember that you must never top up using cold coolant while  

the engine is very hot. After any procedure on the vehicle which has involved even partial draining of the cooling  

system, it must be refilled with a new mixture prepared in the correct proportions. Reminder: only products approved  

by our Technical Department may be used for this purpose.

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ENG_UD73758_3

Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

OPERATING FAULTS 

(6/7)

Electrical equipment

POSSIBLE CAUSES

WHAT TO DO

The wipers do not work.

Wiper blades stuck.

Free the blades before using the wipers.

Faulty electrical circuit.

Consult an approved dealer.

Fuse damaged.

Replace the fuse or have it replaced  

 5.31.

The wiper does not stop.

Faulty electrical controls.

Consult an approved dealer.

Direction indicators flashing more 

quickly.

Blown rear bulb.

 5.16.

The direction indicators do not work.

Faulty electrical circuit or control.

Consult an approved dealer.

Fuse damaged.

Replace the fuse or have it replaced   

 5.31.

The lights do not come on or go off.

Faulty electrical circuit or control.

Consult an approved dealer.

Fuse damaged.

Replace the fuse or have it replaced  

 5.31.

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ENG_UD73758_3

Anomalies de fonctionnement (HJB - Renault)

 

OPERATING FAULTS 

(7/7)

Electrical equipment

POSSIBLE CAUSES

WHAT TO DO

Traces of condensation in the head- 

lights or rear lights.

Traces of condensation may be a nat- 

ural phenomenon caused by varia- 

tions in temperature and humidity.
In this case, the traces will disappear  

slowly once the lights are switched  

on.

The front seat belt reminder light  

comes on when the seat belts are  

fastened.

An object is stuck between the floor  

and the seat and is disrupting the op- 

eration of the sensor.

Remove all objects from underneath the  

front seats.

6.1

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Sommaire 6 (HJB - Renault)

 

Section 6: Technical Specifications

Vehicle identification plate  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.2

Technical Information for the emergency services   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.3

Engine identification   . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.4

Dimensions  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.5

Engine specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.6

Weights  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.9

Towing weights . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.9

Replacement parts and repairs  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.10

Service sheets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.11

Anticorrosion check  . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .  6.17

vehicle identification plates ........................

(up to the end of the DU)

6.2

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Plaques d’identification véhicule (HJB - Renault)

 

Vehicle identification plate

VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION PLATES

A

B

The information shown on the ve- 

hicle identification plate should be 

quoted on all correspondence or 

orders.
The presence and location of the in-

formation depends on the vehicle.
Vehicle identification plate A

 

1

  Manufacturer name.

 

2

  EC design number or approval 

number.

 

3

  Identification number.

Depending on the vehicle, this 

information is also given on 

marking

 

B.

 

4

 MMAC (Maximum permissible 

 

all-up weight).

 

5

  MTR (Gross train weight: vehicle  

fully loaded, with trailer).

 

6

 MMTA (Maximum Permissible 

 

Weight) front axle.

 

7

  MMTA rear axle.

 

8

  Reserved for related or additional  

entries.

 

9

  Diesel exhaust emissions.

Depending on the vehicle, this  

information is not indicated on  

the manufacturer’s plate but on  

the engine smoke opacity label

  

 2.18

.

 

10

  Paint reference (colour code).

A

9

7

8

10

5

1

2
3

4

6

QR Code ...................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

6.3

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Informations techniques pour les secours (HJB - Renault)

 

Technical Information for the emergency services

TECHNICAL INFORMATION FOR THE EMERGENCY SERVICES

The QR Code on the 

A

 label allows  

emergency workers using a tablet or  

smartphone to immediately access the  

technical information useful for working  

on the vehicle in the event of an acci- 

dent.
Ensure that the 

A

 label is always visible  

and present on the windscreen as well  

as the rear screen.

Any modification or damage would  

prevent access to the information.

A

A

engine specifications .................................

(up to the end of the DU)

engine identification ...................................

(current page)

6.4

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Plaques d’identification moteur (HJB - Renault)

 

Engine identification

Please quote the engine identifica- 

tion information in area

 

A

 

in all cor- 

respondence or orders.

(Location varies depending on engine)

 

1

  Engine type.

 

2

  Engine suffix.

 

3

  Engine serial number.

ENGINE IDENTIFICATION

A

A

A

A

2

1

3

A

technical specifications ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

dimensions ................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

6.5

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Dimensions (en mètres) (HJB - Renault)

 

Dimensions

1,576* à 1,585*

1,554

0,876

2,639

0,712

4,227

DIMENSIONS (in metres)

1,541

2,003

* unladen

technical specifications ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

engine

technical specifications ........................

(up to the end of the DU)

engine specifications .................................

(up to the end of the DU)

6.6

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Caractéristiques moteurs (HJB - Renault)

 

Engine specifications

ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS 

(1/3)

Versions

1.6 SCe

1.0 TCe

1.3 TCe

1.5 dCi

Engine type

(see engine plate)

H4M

H4D Turbo

H5H Turbo

K9K Turbo

Cubic capacity

 (cc)

1598

999

1 330

1461

Type of fuel

Octane rating

Petrol
You 

must

 use unleaded petrol with the octane  

rating stated on the label inside the fuel filler  

flap. 

 1.108.

Diesel 

The label located in the fuel filler flap indicates  

the authorised fuels.

6.7

ENG_UD61234_2

Caractéristiques moteurs (HJB - Renault)

 

ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS 

(2/3)

Versions

1.6 SCe

1.0 TCe

1.3 TCe

1.5 dCi

Engine type

(see engine plate)

H4M

H4D Turbo

H5H Turbo

K9K Turbo

Cubic capacity

 (cc)

1598

999

1 330

1461

Fuel types that meet 

European standards and are 

compatible with the engines 

of vehicles sold in Europe

 

(in any other case, contact an 

Approved Dealer).

Unleaded petrol compliant with  

standard 

EN 228

 contains up  

to 5% ethanol in volume.

Diesel fuel compliant with stand- 

ard 

EN 590

 contains up to 7%  

fatty acid methyl ester in volume.

Unleaded petrol compliant with  

standard 

EN 228

 contains up  

to 10% ethanol in volume.

Diesel fuel compliant with stand- 

ard 

EN 16734

 contains up to 10%  

fatty acid methyl ester in volume.

Diesel fuel compliant with stand- 

ard 

EN 15940

 contains up to 7%  

acid methyl ester in volume.

6.8

ENG_UD61234_2

Caractéristiques moteurs (HJB - Renault)

 

ENGINE SPECIFICATIONS 

(3/3)

Versions

1.6 SCe

1.0 TCe

1.3 TCe

1.5 dCi

Engine type

(see engine plate)

H4M

H4D Turbo

H5H Turbo

K9K Turbo

Cubic capacity

 (cc)

1598

999

1 330

1461

Spark plugs

Only use the spark plugs specified for your vehicle’s  

engine.
The type should be marked on a label affixed inside  

the engine compartment. If it is not then contact an  

approved Dealer.
Fitting spark plugs other than those specified may  

damage the engine.

technical specifications ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

towing a caravan .......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

towing weights ...........................................

(up to the end of the DU)

weights ......................................................

(up to the end of the DU)

transporting objects

on the roof ............................................

(up to the end of the DU)

load permitted on the roof..........................

(up to the end of the DU)

6.9

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Masses (en kg) (HJB - Renault)

 

Weights

Towing weights

WEIGHTS (in kg)

The weights indicated for a basic vehicle without options: they vary depending on your vehicle’s equipment. Consult  

your approved Dealer.

Maximum Authorised Mass (MMAC)

Maximum Permissible Weight (MMTA)

Gross Train Weight (MTR)

Weights indicated on the vehicle identification plate 

 6.2

Braked Trailer Weight*

found by calculating: 

MTR - MMAC

Unbraked Trailer Weight*

630 kg

Permissible nose weight*

75 kg

Maximum permissible load on roof

80 kg (including carrying device)

* Towing weight (towing a caravan, boat, etc.)

Towing is prohibited when the MTR - MMAC calculation is equal to zero, or when the MTR is equal to zero (or is not listed) on 

the identification plate.

–  It is important to comply with the towing weights, governed by local legislation in each country and, in particular, laid down in 

the Road Traffic Regulations. Contact an approved Dealer about any towing equipment.

–  When towing, under no circumstances may 

the total train weight (vehicle + trailer) be exceeded

. However the following is 

permitted:

–  rear axle MMTA exceeded by no more than 15%,

–  maximum MMAC exceeded by no more than 10% or 100 kg (whichever is reached first).

  In either case, the maximum speed of the vehicle and trailer must not exceed 60 mph (100 km/h) and the tyre pressures must 

be increased by 0.2 bar (3 PSI).

–  The engine output and climbing capability are reduced with altitude. We recommend that the maximum load be reduced by 

10% at an altitude of 1,000 metres and by an additional 10% for each 1,000 metres thereafter.

technical specifications ..............................

(up to the end of the DU)

replacement parts ......................................

(up to the end of the DU)

6.10

ENG_UD56689_1

Pièces de rechange et réparations (HJB - Renault)

 

Replacement parts and repairs

Original parts are based on strict specifications and are subject to highly-specialised tests. Therefore, they are of at least the same 

level of quality as the parts fitted originally.
If you always fit genuine replacement parts to your vehicle, you will ensure that it performs well. Furthermore, repairs carried out 

within the manufacturer’s Network using original parts are guaranteed according to the conditions set out on the reverse of the 

repair order.

REPLACEMENT PARTS AND REPAIRS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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