Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 2

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Access

TAILGATE

From inside

Tailgate screen

The opening rear screen allows you to
access the rear of the vehicle directly,
without having to open the tailgate.

Emergency control
In the event of a central unlocking
operating fault, this permits unlocking
of the tailgate from the inside.
Insert a small screwdriver in the
opening, between the door and the

fl oor. To unlock the lock, move the

catch to the left then push the tailgate.

From outside

Locking/unlocking is by means of the
remote control.
To open, press the control below the
trim then raise the tailgate.
A pull strap is available to close the
tailgate in the high position.
Guide the closing of the tailgate to the
balance point of its travel then apply

a fi nal press on the tailgate to close it

fully.

Opening
After unlocking the vehicle using the
remote control or the key, press the
control and raise the rear screen to
open it.

Closing
Close the rear screen by pressing
the centre of the glass until it is fully
closed.

The tailgate and tailgate screen cannot
both be open at the same time, to
prevent damage to the glass and the
screen itself.

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HINGED REAR DOORS

From outside

To open, pull the handle towards you.

Pull the lever to open the right-hand
door.
To close, start with the right-hand door
then close the left-hand door.
With the roof rear fl ap, the rear bumper

has been strengthened to serve as a
footrest on accessing the vehicle.

Practice

It is possible to drive with the
right-hand door open to make the
transportation of long loads easier. The
left-hand door is kept closed by the
distinctive "yellow" lock, positioned at
the base of the door. This closed door
must not be used as a load retainer.
Driving with the right-hand door open
is a special dispensation. Comply with
the usual safety indications to attract
the attention of other drivers.

The hinged rear doors are
asymmetrical (2/3 - 1/3), with the
smaller door on the right.
They are fi tted with a central lock.

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From inside

Pull the handle towards you to open
the left-hand door.

Opening to approximately 180°

A check strap system permits extension

of the opening from approximately 90°

to approximately 180°.
Pull the yellow control when the door
is open.
The check strap will re-attach
automatically on closing.

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REAR ROOF FLAP

This rear roof fl ap is only compatible

with the hinged doors.
To open the rear roof fl ap:
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raise the black paddle of the toggle,

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relieve the toggle by pressing the

rear roof fl ap (downwards) then

release the hook,

- lift the rear roof fl ap,
-

pass the point of resistance to

secure the rear roof fl ap using the

support struts.

To close the rear roof fl ap:
-

check that the support bar is
secured correctly,

- lower the rear roof fl ap,

- while pressing the rear roof fl ap

(downwards), take hold of the two
loops of the spring then place the
hook in its housing,

Support bar

A support bar is provided for
transporting long loads, after opening

the rear roof fl ap.
Fold back the support bar by lifting the
lever.
Support it to the door pillar.
Support the long loads to be
transported, lift them and reposition the
support bar with one hand.
Ensure that it is secured correctly by
pressing the handle downwards past
the point of resistance and secure the

loads fi rmly.

The rear bumper has been
strengthened to serve as a
footrest on entering the vehicle.

Never drive without the support bar in
place.

The rear doors only lock when the
support bar is installed.

When the rear roof fl ap is open, take

care when driving where height is
restricted.
Never rest loads directly on the rear
doors.
Comply with the usual indications, to
attract the attention of other drivers.

The side supports can be used as
hooking points.

-

lower the black paddle to secure

the rear roof fl ap.

Securing the rear roof fl ap places it

on the seal correctly and guarantees
sealing without noise.

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CENTRAL LOCKING

An initial press permits
central locking of the vehicle,
when all of the doors are
closed.

A second press permits central
unlocking of the vehicle.
The control is inactive when the vehicle
has been locked using the remote
control or the key from the outside.
The doors can still be opened from the
inside.

Door open warning light

The control diode:
- fl ashes when the doors are locked

with the vehicle stationary and the
engine off,

-

comes on when the doors are
locked and from the time the
ignition is switched on.

Protection against attack

If this warning light comes on,
check that all of your vehicle's
doors are closed correctly.

Locking while driving
When the vehicle moves off, as soon as

you reach approximately 6 mph

(10 km/h), the system locks the doors. A
noise characteristic of central locking is
heard. The diode on the control on the
fascia central control panel comes on.
During the journey, opening a door
results in complete unlocking of the
vehicle.
In the event of a serious impact, the
doors are unlocked automatically
to permit access by the emergency
services.

Activating/deactivating the function

With the ignition on, press
and hold this button to
activate or deactivate the
function.

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Instruments and controls

INSTRUMENT PANEL

Displays

INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS

Screens
The information is presented on board
the vehicle in different display formats
according to the vehicle's equipment.

Dials
1. Distance recorder in kilometres/

miles.

2. Display.
3. Fuel level, coolant temperature.
4. Rev counter.
5. Trip distance recorder/service

indicator zero reset.

6. Instrument panel lighting rheostat.

-

Speed limiter/cruise control.

-

Kilometres/Miles travelled.

-

Service indicator, engine oil level
indicator, total kilometres/miles.

-

Presence of water in the diesel

fi lter.

-

Diesel pre-heating.

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Centre console with display

Instrument panel without display

-

turn to the right to increase the
hours (hold the button to the right
for rapid scrolling),

-

turn to the left: 24 H or 12 H is
displayed,

-

turn to the right to select 24 H or 12 H,

-

turn to the left to complete the time
adjustment.

After approximately 30 seconds

without any action, the display returns
to the normal display.

To adjust the time and date
indicated on the display, refer to
the "Adjusting the date and time"
section of chapter 9.

Centre console without display

The display - time sequence
is linked according to model
(version). The access to
the "Date" adjustment is
only active when the model
version offers a date in words.

To adjust the time of the clock,
use the left-hand button on
the instrument panel then
carry out the operations in the
following order:

- turn to the left: the minutes fl ash,
-

turn to the right to increase the
minutes (hold the button to the right
for rapid scrolling),

- turn to the left: the hours fl ash,

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Instruments and controls

Warning lamps

Each time the vehicle is started: a series of warning lamps comes on applying a self-test check. They go off almost

immediately. When the engine is running: the warning lamp becomes a warning if it remains on continuously or fl ashes.

This initial warning may be accompanied by an audible signal and a message which appears in the screen.
Do not ignore these warnings.

Warning lamp

is

indicates

Solution - action

STOP

on, associated
with another
warning
lamp and
accompanied
by a message
in the screen.

major faults linked with

the "Brake fl uid level",

"Engine oil pressure and
temperature", "Coolant
temperature", "Electronic
brake force distribution" and
"Power steering" warning
lamps.

You must stop, park and switch off the ignition.
Have the fault checked by a CITROËN dealer.

Handbrake/

Brake fl uid

level/EBFD

on.

that the parking brake is applied
or has not been released fully.

Releasing the parking brake switches off the
warning lamp.

on.

low brake fl uid level.

Top up using a fl uid recommended by CITROËN.

remaining on even
though the level
is correct and
associated with the
ABS warning lamp.

a fault with the electronic
brake force distribution.

You must stop, park and switch off the ignition.
Have the fault checked by a CITROËN dealer.

Engine oil
pressure and
temperature

on while
driving.

low pressure or a high
temperature.

Park and switch off the ignition then allow to
cool. Visually check the level. Chapter 6, "Levels"
section.

remaining on,
even though the
level is correct.

a major fault.

Have the fault checked by a CITROËN dealer.

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Warning lamp

is

indicates

Solution - action

Coolant
temperature
and level

on with needle
in the red
zone.

an abnormal increase in
temperature.

Park and switch off the ignition then allow to cool.
Visually check the level.

fl ashing.

a drop in the coolant level.

Chapter 6, "Levels" section. Consult a CITROËN
dealer.

Service

on temporarily. minor faults or warnings.

Consult the alert log in the display or screen.
If your vehicle is equipped with a trip computer or
a screen: refer to the "Audio equipment -
Trip computer" section of chapter 9. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.

remaining on.

major faults.

Driver's
seat belt not
fastened

on then

fl ashing.

the driver has not fastened
their seat belt.

Pull the strap then insert the tongue in the buckle.

accompanied
by an audible
signal then
remains on.

the vehicle is moving with
the driver's seat belt not
fastened.

Check that the seat belt is fastened by pulling the
strap. Chapter 4, "Seat belts" section.

ECO

on.

The Stop & Start system
has put the engine in STOP
mode following a vehicle

stop (red light, traffi c jam,

etc...).

As soon as you want to move off, the warning
lamp goes off and the engine restarts
automatically in START mode.

fl ashes for a

few seconds,
then goes off.

The STOP is temporarily
unavailable.
or
The START mode has been
invoked automatically.

Section 2, under "Stop & Start".

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Warning lamp

is

indicates

Solution - action

Front/lateral
airbag

fl ashing or

remaining on.

a failure of an airbag.

Have the system checked by a CITROËN dealer
without delay. Chapter 4, "Airbags" section.

Front
passenger
airbag
deactivated

lit.

the intentional deactivation
of this airbag in the
presence of a rear-facing
child seat.

Chapter 4, "Airbags-child safety" section.

Low fuel
level

on with gauge
needle in the
red zone.

that there remain 8 litres of
fuel when the lamp comes on.

You must fi ll up with fuel to avoid running out.
This warning lamp comes on each time you

switch on the ignition until you have fi lled up.

Capacity of the tank: approximately 60 litres.
Never risk driving until the tank is empty, this
could damage the emissions and injection
systems.

fl ashing.

cutting off of the supply
following a serious impact.

Restore the supply. Chapter 6, "Fuel" section.

EOBD
emission
control
system

fl ashing or

remaining on.

a failure of the system.

There is a risk of damage to the catalytic
converter. Have the system checked by a
CITROËN dealer.

Battery
charge

on.

a fault in the charging
circuit.

Check the battery terminals, … Chapter 7,
"Battery" section.

fl ashing.

placing of the active
functions on standby
(economy mode).

Chapter 7, "Battery" section.

remaining on,
in spite of the
checks.

a faulty circuit, an ignition or
injection malfunction.

Have the fault checked by a CITROËN dealer.

ABS

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Warning lamp

is

indicates

Solution - action

Power
steering

on.

a fault with the system.

The vehicle retains conventional steering without
assistance. Have the system checked by a
CITROËN dealer.

Door open
detection

on and
accompanied
by a message
in the screen.

that a door is not closed
correctly.

Check that all of the doors are closed.

ABS

remaining on.

a fault with the anti-lock
braking system.

The vehicle retains conventional braking.
Consult a CITROËN dealer.

ESP

fl ashing.

triggering of the ASR or
ESP regulation.

The system optimises traction and improves the
directional stability of the vehicle. Chapter 4,
"Driving safety" section.

remaining on.

a fault with the system.

E.g.: under-infl ation of the

tyres.

E.g.: check the pressure of the tyres. Have the
system checked by a CITROËN dealer. (Wheel
speed sensor, hydraulic block, ...).

remaining on
with the LED
in the button
(on the
dashboard) on.

deactivation of the system
at the request of the driver.

Operation of the system is deactivated.
Reactivation is automatic above 30 mph (50 km/h)
or after pressing the button (on the dashboard).

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Warning lamp

is

indicates

Solution - action

Particle

emission fi lter on.

a fault with the particle

emission fi lter (Diesel

additive level, risk of
blockage,...).

Have the fi lter checked by a CITROËN dealer.

Chapter 6, "Levels" section.

Dipped beam
headlamps/
Daytime
running lams

on.

a manual selection or
automatic illumination of
headlamps.

Turn the ring on the lighting control stalk to the
second position.

illumination of the dipped beam headlamps
from the time the ignition is switched on:
daytime running lamps (depending on the
country in which the vehicle is sold).

Chapter 3, "Steering mounted controls" section.

Main beam
headlamps

pulling of the stalk towards
you.

Pull the stalk to return to dipped beam headlamps.

Direction
indicators

fl ashing with

audible signal.

a change of direction via the
lighting stalk, to the left of
the steering wheel.

To the Right: control to be pushed upwards.
To the Left: control to be pushed downwards.

Front
foglamps

on.

a manual selection.

The fog amps only operate if the sidelamps or
dipped beam headlamps are on.

Rear
foglamps

on.

a manual selection.

The foglamps only operate if the sidelamps or
dipped beam headlamps are on. In conditions of
normal visibility, switch them off to avoid breaking
the law. "This lamp is a dazzling red."

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Warning lamp in the
screen

is

indicates

Solution - action

Cruise
control

on.

cruise control selected.

Manual selection. Chapter 3, "Steering mounted
controls" section.

Speed limiter

on.

speed limiter selected.

Manual selection. Chapter 3, "Steering mounted
controls" section.

Diesel
pre-heating

on.

climatic conditions requiring
pre-heating.

Wait until the warning lamp goes off before
operating the starter.

Presence of
water in the

Diesel fi lter

on and
accompanied by
a message in the
screen.

water in the Diesel fi lter.

Have the fi lter bled by a CITROËN dealer without

delay. Chapter 6, "Checks" section.
According to country.

Service
spanner

on.

that a service will be due
shortly.

Refer to the list of checks in the Maintenance and
Warranty Guide. Have the service carried out by
a CITROËN dealer.

Time

fl ashing.

adjustment of the time.

Use the left-hand button on the instrument panel.
Chapter 2, at the beginning of the "Instruments
and controls" section.

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FUEL GAUGE

COOLANT TEMPERATURE

The needle is positioned before the
red zone:
normal operation.
In arduous conditions of use or hot
climatic conditions, the needle may
move close to the red graduations.

What you should do if the needle
enters the red zone:

Reduce your speed or let the engine
run at idle.
What you should do if the warning
light comes on:

-

stop immediately, switch off the
ignition. The fan may continue to
operate for a certain time up to

approximately 10 minutes,

-

wait for the engine to cool down in
order to check the coolant level and
top it up if necessary.

As the cooling system is pressurised,
follow this advice in order to avoid any
risk of scalding:
-

wait at least one hour after
switching off the engine before
carrying out any work,

-

unscrew the cap by 1/4 turn to
allow the pressure to drop,

-

when the pressure has dropped,

check the level on the expansion

bottle,

-

if necessary, remove the cap to top up.

If the needle remains in the red
zone, have the system checked by a
CITROËN dealer.

Refer to the "Levels" section of
chapter 6.

Refer to the "Fuel" section of
chapter 6.

The fuel level is tested each time the
key is turned to the "running" position.
The gauge is positioned on:
-

1: the fuel tank is full,

approximately 60 litres.

-

0: the reserve is now being
used, the warning light comes on
continuously. The reserve when

the warning fi rst comes on is

approximately 8 litres.

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Puncture

Stop immediately, avoiding any sudden
movement of the steering wheel and
the brakes.
Change the damaged (punctured or

very defl ated) tyre, and have the tyre

pressure checked as soon as possible.

Sensor(s) not detected

Under-infl ation detection is absent

from one (or several) tyre(s). Contact a
CITROËN dealer to replace the faulty
sensor(s).
This message is also displayed when
one of the tyres is away from the
vehicle (being repaired) or when a

wheel without a sensor is fi tted.
All repairs and changing of tyres on a

wheel fi tted with this system must be

carried out by a CITROËN dealer.

The tyre under-infl ation detection

system is a driving aid which does
not take the place of vigilance or the
responsibility of the driver.

This system does not remove the need
to have the tyre pressure checked
regularly (including the spare wheel), to
ensure that the dynamic performance
of the vehicle remains at its best and
to avoid premature wear of the tyres,
in particular in the case of arduous
driving (heavy load, high speed).
The system may temporarily be
disturbed by radio broadcasts on a
frequency close to it.

DETECTION

EMISSION CONTROL

Flat tyre

Check the tyre pressure as soon as
possible.

Refer to the "Changing a wheel"
section of chapter 7.

If the damaged tyre is temporarily
stored inside the vehicle, it will again
emit this message to remind you of the
necessity of having it repaired. This will
prevent another warning of the same
type being displayed.

Sensors check the tyre pressure during
driving (speed higher than 12 mph
[20 km/h]) and trigger a warning in the
event of a malfunction or puncture.

Any anomaly detected

(fl at or punctured tyre,

malfunction of a sensor)
is indicated by visual
and audible information
and is accompanied
by a message on the
display.

EOBD (European On Board
Diagnosis) is a diagnostics
system which complies with,
among others, the standards
concerning authorised
emissions of:

- CO (carbon monoxide),
-

HC (unburnt hydrocarbons),

- NOx (nitrogen oxides) or particles,

detected by oxygen sensors placed

upstream and downstream of the
catalytic converters.

Therefore, the driver is warned of any
malfunction of this emission control

system by the lighting of this specifi c

warning lamp on the instrument panel.
There is a risk of damage to the
catalytic converter. Have it checked by
a CITROËN dealer.

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SERVICE INDICATOR

This programmes service intervals
according to the use of the vehicle.

More than 1 000 miles/km before the
next service is due
Example: 4 800 miles/km remain

before the next service is due. When

the ignition is switched on and for a
few seconds, the display shows:

A few seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the oil level is displayed,
then the total distance recorder
resumes normal operation showing the
total and trip distances.

Less than 1 000 miles/km before the
next service is due
Each time the ignition is switched on
and for a few seconds, the spanner

fl ashes and the number of miles/

kilometres remaining is displayed:

A few seconds after the ignition is
switched on, the oil level is displayed,
then the total distance recorder
resumes normal operation and the
spanner remains lit. This indicates that
a service should be carried out shortly.

Service overdue

First of the two terms reached: the
spanner also lights up if the two-year
interval has elapsed.

Operation
A few moments after the ignition
has been switched on, the spanner
indicating a service operation lights
up; the display for the total distance

recorder tells you (in round fi gures)

the distance remaining before the next

service.
The points at which a service is due
are calculated from the last indicator
zero reset.
The point at which a service is due is
determined by two parameters:
-

the distance travelled,

-

the time which has elapsed since
the last service.

The distance remaining before the

next service may be weighted by

the time factor, depending on the
driver's driving habits.

With the engine running the
spanner remains lit until the
service has been carried out.

Each time the ignition is
switched on and for a few
seconds, the spanner

fl ashes and the excess

distance is displayed.

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