Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 3

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Instruments and controls

Trip recorder zero reset button

After this operation, if you wish to
disconnect the battery, lock the

vehicle and wait for at least fi ve

minutes, otherwise the zero re-set will
not be registered.

Zero re-set

Your CITROËN dealer carries out this
operation after each service.
However, if you carry out the service
yourself, the re-set procedure is as
follows:
-

switch off the ignition,

-

press and hold the trip recorder
reset button,

-

switch on the ignition.

The display begins a countdown.
When the display shows "=0" , release
the button; the spanner disappears.

Engine oil level indicator

When the ignition is switched on, the
engine oil level is indicated for a few
seconds, after the service information.

Oil level correct

Lack of oil
Flashing of "OIL" ,
linked with the
service warning light,
accompanied by an

audible signal and a message on the
display, indicates a lack of oil which
could damage the engine.
If the lack of oil is confi rmed by a check

using the dipstick, it is essential that
the level is topped up.

Oil level gauge fault
Flashing of "OIL--"
indicates a malfunction
of the engine oil level
gauge. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.

The level read will only be correct
if the vehicle is on level ground
and the engine has been off for
more than 15 minutes.

Dipstick
A

= maximum, never exceed

this level as a surplus of oil
may damage the engine.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
without delay.
B = minimum, top up the level

via the oil fi ller cap, using

the type of oil suited to your
engine.

Lighting rheostat

With the ignition on, press
the button until the zeros
appear.

With the lights on, press
the button to vary the
intensity of the lighting
of the instruments and
controls. When the lighting
reaches the minimum (or

maximum) setting, release

the button then press it again to
increase (or reduce) the brightness.
As soon as the lighting is of the
required brightness, release the button.

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Gearbox and steering wheel

GEARBOX

5-speed - reverse gear gearbox


To change gear easily, always press
the clutch pedal fully.
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedal:
- ensure that the mat and its fi xings

on the fl oor are positioned correctly,

- never fi t one mat on top of another.
When driving, avoid leaving your hand

on the gear knob as the force exerted,

even if slight, may wear the internal

components of the gearbox over time.

To engage reverse gear, wait until the
vehicle is stationary then push the gear
lever to the right then down.
The lever should be moved slowly to
reduce the noise on engaging reverse
gear.

In order to drive as fuel

effi ciently as possible with a

manual gearbox, this indicator

lamp indicates to the driver to
change up.

The driver remains responsible for
deciding whether or not to follow this
indication, since the indicator lamp
comes on without taking into account

the confi guration of the road, the

amount of traffi c and safety factors.
The lighting of this indicator lamp
cannot be deactivated.

When reverse gear is engaged
and when changing down whilst
decelerating, the function is disabled.

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Gearbox and steering wheel

6-SPEED ELECTRONIC GEARBOX SYSTEM

-

automatic mode: gear lever in
position A .

-

manual mode: gear lever in
position M .

For safety:
It is only possible to come out

of position N if the brake pedal is
pressed.
The change from position A (driving in
automatic mode) to position M (driving
in manual mode) or vice versa can be
made at any time. The warning lamp A
goes off in the instrument panel.

Moving off

-

To start the engine, the gear lever
must be in position N .

- Press fi rmly on the brake pedal.
-

Operate the starter.

-

When the engine is running, place
the selector lever on R , A or M as
desired.

-

Release the brake pedal and
accelerate.

If the gear lever is not in position N ,
and/or if the brake pedal is not
pressed, the engine will not start.
Repeat the above procedure.

Mode selection

Reverse gear

Engaging reverse gear

Move the gear lever to R .
Only attempt to select reverse gear
when the vehicle is stationary.

Neutral

Changing to neutral

Move the gear lever to N . If the vehicle
is moving, do not select this position
even momentarily.

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Gearbox and steering wheel

Changing gear

In situations of high engine speeds
(heavy acceleration), a change
up will not occur unless the driver

operates electronic gearbox system

lever.

Manual mode

Changing to manual mode

Move the gear lever to M .

Automatic mode

Changing to automatic
mode

Move the gear lever to A .
The gearbox then functions in

automatic mode, without any action on
your part.
It constantly selects the gear that is
best suited to the following conditions:
-

driving style,

- road profi le,
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optimum fuel consumption.

Pull on the " + " control
paddle to change up.
Pull on the " - " control
paddle to change down.

-

If the vehicle stops or reduces

speed (for example when

approaching a stop sign),

the gearbox changes down

automatically, to fi rst gear if

needed.

-

It is not necessary to release the
accelerator completely during gear
changes.

-

A request to change gear is
accepted only if the engine speed
permits it.

-

For safety reasons, depending on
the engine speed, a change down
may be performed automatically.

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STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT

When the vehicle is stationary, unlock
the steering wheel by pulling the lever.
Adjust the height and depth of the
steering wheel, then lock by pushing
the lever fully.

Gearbox and steering wheel

Acceleration

For optimum acceleration (e.g. to
overtake another vehicle), simply
press the pedal beyond the point of
resistance at the end of its travel, by

pressing down fi rmly.

Vehicle stationary, with the
engine running

In the event of a prolonged stop with

the engine running, the gearbox

changes automatically to neutral N .

Stopping the vehicle

Before stopping the engine, put the
gear lever in position N .
In all cases, it is essential to apply
the parking brake. Check that the
parking brake warning lamp is on in the
instrument panel.

Before doing anything in the
engine compartment, check that
the gear lever is in neutral N .

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STEERING WHEEL ADJUSTMENT

When the vehicle is stationary, unlock
the steering wheel by pulling the lever.
Adjust the height and depth of the
steering wheel, then lock by pushing
the lever fully.

Gearbox and steering wheel

Acceleration

For optimum acceleration (e.g. to
overtake another vehicle), simply
press the pedal beyond the point of
resistance at the end of its travel, by

pressing down fi rmly.

Vehicle stationary, with the
engine running

In the event of a prolonged stop with

the engine running, the gearbox

changes automatically to neutral N .

Stopping the vehicle

Before stopping the engine, put the
gear lever in position N .
In all cases, it is essential to apply
the parking brake. Check that the
parking brake warning lamp is on in the
instrument panel.

Before doing anything in the
engine compartment, check that
the gear lever is in neutral N .

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Stop & Start

STOP & START

The Stop & Start system puts the
engine temporarily on standby - STOP

mode - during stops in the traffi c (red

lights, traffi c jams, or other...). The

engine restarts automatically - START
mode - as soon as you want to move
off. The restart takes place instantly,
quickly and silently.
Perfect for urban use, the Stop & Start
system reduces fuel consumption and

exhaust emissions as well as the noise

level when stationary.

Operation

Going into engine STOP mode

The "ECO" warning lamp
comes on in the instrument
panel and the engine goes
into standby:

-

with a manual gearbox , at speeds
below 12 mph (20 km/h), when you
put the gear lever into neutral and
release the clutch pedal,

-

with the 6-speed electronic
gearbox system
, at a speed below
5 mph (8 km/h), when you press
the brake pedal or put the gear
lever into position N .

If your vehicle is fi tted with the system,

a time counter calculates the sum of
the periods in STOP mode during a
journey. It rests itself to zero every time
the ignition is switched on with the key.

With the automatic gearbox

system, for your comfort during
parking maoeuvres, STOP mode

is not available for a few seconds after
coming out of reverse gear.
STOP mode does not affect the
functionality of the vehicle, such as

braking, power steering, for example.

Never refuel with the engine in
STOP mode; you must switch off
the ignition with the key.

Special cases: STOP mode
unavailable
STOP mode is not invoked when:
-

the driver's door is open,

-

the driver's seat belt is not fastened,

- the vehicle has not exceeded 6 mph

(10 km/h) since the last engine start
using the key,

-

the parking brake is applied or
being applied,

-

the engine is needed to maintain
a comfortable temperature in the
passenger compartment,

-

demisting is active,

-

some special conditions (battery
charge, engine temperature,
braking assistance, ambient
temperature...) where the engine
is needed to assure control of a
system.

In this case, the "ECO"

warning lamp fl ashes for a

few seconds, then goes off.

This operation is perfectly normal.

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Stop & Start

Going into engine START mode

The "ECO" warning lamp
goes off and the engine
starts:

-

with a manual gearbox , when you
depress the clutch pedal,

-

with the 6-speed electronic
gearbox system
:

gear lever in position A or M ,

when you release the brake
pedal,

or gear lever in position N and

the brake pedal released, when
you move the gear lever to
position A or M ,

or when you engage reverse

gear.

Special cases: START invoked
automatically
START is invoked automatically when:
-

you open the driver's door,

-

you unfasten the driver's seat belt,

- the speed of the vehicle exceeds

15 mph (25 km/h) with a manual

gearbox or 7 mph (11 km/h) with

the 6-speed electronic gearbox

system,

-

the parking brake is being applied,

-

some special conditions (battery
charge, engine temperature,
braking assistance, ambient
temperature...) where the engine
is needed to assure control of a
system.

In this case the "ECO"

warning lamp fl ashes for few

seconds, then goes off.

This operation is perfectly normal.
With a manual gearbox in STOP

mode, if a gear is engaged without
fully depressing the clutch pedal, a
warning lamp comes on or a message
is displayed asking you to depress the
clutch pedal to restart the engine.

Deactivation

At any time, press the "ECO
OFF"
switch to deactivate the
system.

This is confi rmed by the switch warning

lamp coming on accompanied by a
message on the screen.
If the system has been deactivated
in STOP mode, the engine restarts
immediately.

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Stop & Start

Reactivation

Press the "ECO OFF" switch again.
The system is active again; this is

confi rmed by the switch warning

lamp going off and a message in the
instrument panel.

The system is reactivated
automatically at every new start
using the key.

Operating fault

In the event of a malfunction
with the system, the "ECO
OFF"
switch warning lamp

fl ashes, then comes on

continuously.

Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer

or a qualifi ed workshop.
In the event of a fault in STOP
mode, the vehicle may stall. It is then
necessary to switch off the ignition and
start the engine again using the key.

Maintenance

Before working under the bonnet,
deactivate the Stop & Start system
to avoid any risk of injury resulting

from automatic operation of START
mode.
This system requires a specifi c

battery with a special specifi cation

and technology (reference numbers
available from a CITROËN dealer or a

qualifi ed workshop).
Fitting a battery not listed by
CITROËN introduces the risk of
malfunction of the system.

The Stop & Start system makes
use of advanced technology. All
work on this type of battery must

be done only by a CITROËN dealer or

a qualifi ed workshop.

Starting and stopping

Good practice when stopping

Good practice when starting

Diesel pre-heating warning
light
If the temperature is high
enough, the warning light
comes on for less than one
second, you can start without
waiting.

In cold weather, wait for this warning
light to switch off then operate the
starter (Starting position) until the
engine starts.

Door or bonnet open
warning light
If this comes on, a door or the
bonnet is not closed correctly, check!

Minimise engine and gearbox wear
When switching off the ignition, let the
engine run for a few seconds to allow
the turbocharger (Diesel engine) to
return to idle.
Do not press the accelerator when
switching off the ignition.
There is no need to engage a gear
after parking the vehicle.

STARTING AND STOPPING

Running and accessories position.
To unlock the steering, turn the
steering wheel gently while turning the
key, without forcing. In this position,
certain accessories can be used.

Starting position.
The starter is operated, the engine
turns over, release the key.

STOP position: steering lock.
The ignition is off. Turn the steering
wheel until the steering locks. Remove
the key.

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Starting and stopping

HILL START ASSIST

This function, linked with the ESP,
makes hill starts easier and is activated
in the following conditions:
-

the vehicle must be stationary,
engine running, foot on the brake,

-

the gradient of the road must be
steeper than 5 %,

- uphill, the gearbox must be in

neutral or in a gear other than
reverse,

-

downhill, reverse gear must be
engaged.

The HHC (Hill Holder Control) or Hill
Start Assist function is a driving comfort
system. It is not an automatic vehicle
parking function or an automatic
parking brake.

Operation

With the brake pedal and clutch pedal
pressed, from the time you release the

brake pedal you have approximately

2 seconds before the vehicle starts to
roll back and without using the parking
brake within which to move off.
During the moving off phase, the
function is deactivated automatically,
gradually releasing the braking
pressure. During this phase, the typical
noise of mechanical release of the
brakes can be heard, indicating the
imminent movement of the vehicle.

Operating fault

Hill start assist is deactivated in the
following situations:
-

when the clutch pedal is released,

-

when the parking brake is applied,

-

when the engine is switched off,

-

when the engine stalls.

If a malfunction of the
system occurs, this
warning lamp comes on
accompanied by an audible

signal and confi rmed by a

message on the screen. Contact a
CITROËN dealer to have the system
checked.

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Steering mounted controls

DIRECTION INDICATORS

"Motorway" function
Press the control up or down to fl ash

the corresponding direction indicator

three times.

LIGHTING CONTROL

Left

: downwards passing the

point of resistance.
Right

: upwards passing the

point of resistance.

Front and rear lighting
Selection is by turning ring A .

Lighting off

Automatic lighting

Sidelamps

Dipped beam (green)

Main beam (blue)

Dipped beam/main beam change
Pull the stalk fully towards you.

Lighting-on buzzer
On switching of the ignition, all of the lamps

turn off, except dipped beam if automatic

guide-me-home lighting has been activated.

To activate the lighting control, turn ring A

to the lighting off position "0" then to the
selection of your choice.
On opening the driver's door, a warning

buzzer sounds if you have left the lighting on.

If the user does not operate any equipment

for 30 minutes, the Economy mode engages

to avoid discharging the battery (see

"Battery" in section 7). Electrical functions

are put on standby and the battery warning

lamp fl ashes.

Sidelamp operation is not affected by

Economy mode.

Checking by means of the indicator

lamps on the instrument panel is

described in the "Instruments and

controls" section of chapter 2.

Direction indicators

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Steering mounted controls

DIRECTION INDICATORS

"Motorway" function
Press the control up or down to fl ash

the corresponding direction indicator

three times.

LIGHTING CONTROL

Left

: downwards passing the

point of resistance.
Right

: upwards passing the

point of resistance.

Front and rear lighting
Selection is by turning ring A .

Lighting off

Automatic lighting

Sidelamps

Dipped beam (green)

Main beam (blue)

Dipped beam/main beam change
Pull the stalk fully towards you.

Lighting-on buzzer
On switching of the ignition, all of the lamps

turn off, except dipped beam if automatic

guide-me-home lighting has been activated.

To activate the lighting control, turn ring A

to the lighting off position "0" then to the
selection of your choice.
On opening the driver's door, a warning

buzzer sounds if you have left the lighting on.

If the user does not operate any equipment

for 30 minutes, the Economy mode engages

to avoid discharging the battery (see

"Battery" in section 7). Electrical functions

are put on standby and the battery warning

lamp fl ashes.

Sidelamp operation is not affected by

Economy mode.

Checking by means of the indicator

lamps on the instrument panel is

described in the "Instruments and

controls" section of chapter 2.

Direction indicators

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Steering mounted controls

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Daytime lights

Depending on the country in which

the vehicle is sold, the vehicle may

be equipped with daytime lights. The

dipped headlamps come on when the

vehicle is started.

Rear foglamps (amber,

2nd rotation of the ring

forwards).

Front foglamps (green,

1st rotation of the ring

forwards).

Front and rear foglamps
Rotate ring B forwards to switch on

and rearwards to switch off. The

status is confi rmed by the lamp on the

instrument panel.

These operate with the sidelamps and

the dipped beam headlamps.

Do not forget to switch them off

when they are no longer needed.

Operation of the utomatic lighting

switches off the rear foglamps, but the

front foglamps remain on.

This warning light comes on

on the instrument panel.

The instruments and controls

(instrument panel, display, air

conditioning control panel, ...) are

only lit on switching to the automatic

switching on of the lights mode or

when the lights are switched on

manually.

To switch off the front and rear

foglamps, turn the ring rearwards twice

in succession.
In clear weather or in rain, both day

and night, rear foglamps dazzle and

their use is prohibited.

Automatic switching on of the lights

In foggy weather or in snow,

the brightness sensor can

detect suffi cient light. As a

consequence, the lights will not come

on automatically.

If necessary, you must switch on

the dipped headlamps manually.

Do not cover the brightness sensor

located on the windscreen, behind

the mirror. It is used for the automatic

switching on of the lights and for the

automatic wipers.

Activation
Turn the ring to the AUTO position.

The activation of this function is

accompanied by a message on the

display.
Deactivation
Turn the ring forwards or rearwards.

The deactivation of this function

is accompanied by a message on

the display.

The function is deactivated temporarily

when you use the manual lights stalk.

The side lights

and dipped beam

headlamps switch

on automatically if

the light is poor, or

during operation of the windscreen

wipers. They switch off as soon as the

light becomes bright enough or the
windscreen wipers stop.
This function is not compatible with the

daytime lights.

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Steering mounted controls

If the brightness sensor
does not function
correctly
, the lights come on

accompanied by the service

warning light, an audible

signal and a message on the

display.

Consult a CITROËN dealer.

Guide-me-home lighting

The temporary maintaining of the

dipped headlamps lighting, with the

ignition off, makes the driver's exit

easier when the light is poor.

HEADLAMP BEAM

Depending on the load in your vehicle,

the beam setting must be adjusted.
0 -

No load.

1 -

Partial load.

2 -

Average load.

3 -

Maximum authorised load.

Manual operation
- With the ignition off, "fl ash" the

headlamps within one minute after

switching off the ignition.

The guide-me-home lighting switches

off automatically after a set time.

Automatic operation

Refer to the "Display fl ow chart"

section of chapter 9.

Initial setting is position 0.

Activate the function via the

"Vehicle confi g" menu.

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Steering mounted controls

If the brightness sensor
does not function
correctly
, the lights come on

accompanied by the service

warning light, an audible

signal and a message on the

display.

Consult a CITROËN dealer.

Guide-me-home lighting

The temporary maintaining of the

dipped headlamps lighting, with the

ignition off, makes the driver's exit

easier when the light is poor.

HEADLAMP BEAM

Depending on the load in your vehicle,

the beam setting must be adjusted.
0 -

No load.

1 -

Partial load.

2 -

Average load.

3 -

Maximum authorised load.

Manual operation
- With the ignition off, "fl ash" the

headlamps within one minute after

switching off the ignition.

The guide-me-home lighting switches

off automatically after a set time.

Automatic operation

Refer to the "Display fl ow chart"

section of chapter 9.

Initial setting is position 0.

Activate the function via the

"Vehicle confi g" menu.

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