Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 4

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Fast wipe (heavy rain).

1

Normal wipe (moderate rain).

l Intermittent wipe.
0 Off.
 Single wipe

(press downwards).
In the I ntermittent position, the wiping

speed is in proportion to the vehicle

speed.

WINDSCREEN WIPER STALK

Manual windscreen wipers

Whenever the ignition has been

switched off for more than one minute,

with the windscreen wiper stalk in

position 2, 1 or I, the stalk must be

reactivated:

- move the stalk to any position,

- then move it back to the required

position.

Do not cover the rain sensor,

located in the centre of the

windscreen, behind the mirror.

Activation
Press the control downwards.

Activation of the function is

accompanied by a message on the

display.

Deactivation/Switching off
Place the windscreen wipers stalk in

position I , 1 or 2

. Deactivation of the

function is accompanied by a message

on the display.

In the event of malfunction of the

automatic windscreen wipers, the

windscreen wipers will operate in

intermittent mode.
Contact a CITROËN dealer to have the

system checked.

In the AUTO position, the windscreen

wipers operate automatically and

adapt their speed to the intensity of the

rainfall.
When not in AUTO mode, for the

other positions, refer to the manual

windscreen wipers section.

The automatic windscreen wipers

function must be reactivated if the

ignition has been switched off for more

than one minute, by pressing the stalk

downwards.

When using an automatic car

wash, switch off the ignition to

avoid triggering of the automatic

wiping.

In winter, it is advisable to wait for the

windscreen to completely clear of ice

before operating the automatic wipe.

Automatic windscreen wipers

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Wash-wipe and headlamp wash
Pull the stalk towards you, the wash-

wipe is accompanied by a timed sweep

of the wipers.
The headlamp wash is linked with the

wash-wipe, it is triggered if the dipped

headlamps are on.

Turn the ring past the fi rst

notch: the windscreen wash

then the windscreen wiper

operate for a fi xed time.

In winter, in the event of a

considerable amount of snow

or ice, switch on the rear screen

demister. Once de-icing is complete,

remove the snow or ice which has

accumulated on the rear wiper

blade. You can then operate the rear

windscreen wiper.

To top up the levels, refer to the

"Levels" section of chapter 6.

Special position of the
windscreen wipers

In the minute following switching

off of the ignition, any action on the

stalk positions the wipers against the

windscreen uprights.
This action enables you to position

the wiper blades for winter parking,

cleaning or replacement.

Refer to the "Changing a

windscreen wiper blade" section of

chapter 7.

To park the wipers in their normal

position after this has been done,

switch on the ignition and move

the stalk.

Turn the ring to the fi rst notch.

Rear windscreen wiper

Rear windscreen wash

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CRUISE CONTROL "CRUISE"

In order for it to be programmed or

activated, the vehicle speed must be

greater than 25 mph (40 km/h) with at

least 4th gear engaged.

This cruise control shows the function

selection status on the instrument

panel and displays the programmed

speed:

Function selected,
displaying of the

"Cruise Control"
symbol.

Function deactivated,
OFF

(example at

107 km/h).

Function activated

(example at 107 km/h).

Vehicle speed above

(e.g. 118 km/h),

the programmed

speed is displayed

fl ashing.

Operating fault

detected,
OFF

- the dashes

fl ash.

"This is the speed at which the driver

wishes to drive".

This aid to driving in free-fl owing

traffi c enables the vehicle to maintain

the speed programmed by the driver,

unless a steep gradient makes this

impossible.

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Selecting the function

- Place the switch in the CRUISE

position. The cruise control is

selected but is not yet active and

no speed has been programmed.

First activation/
programming a
speed

- Reach the chosen

speed by pressing

the accelerator.

-

Press the SET - or SET + button.

This programmes/activates the

reference speed and the vehicle will

maintain this speed.

Temporary exceeding of the
speed

It is possible to accelerate

and drive

momentarily at a speed greater than

the programmed speed. The value

programmed fl ashes.

When the accelerator pedal is

released, the vehicle will return to the

programmed speed.

Deactivation (off)

-

Press this button or

the brake or clutch

pedal.

Reactivation

- Following deactivation of the cruise

control, press this button.

Your vehicle will return to the last

programmed speed.

Alternatively, you can repeat the "fi rst

activation" procedure.

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Changing the
programmed speed

There are two methods

of memorising a

speed higher than the

previous one:

Switching the function off

Operating fault

The programmed speed is cleared then

replaced by three dashes. Contact a

CITROËN dealer to have the system

checked.

Cancelling the programmed
reference speed

When the vehicle becomes stationary,

after switching off the ignition, the

system no longer memorises a speed.

Without using the accelerator:
-

press the Set + button.

A brief press increases the speed by

1 mph (km/h).

A maintained press increases the

speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).

Using the accelerator:
-

exceed the memorised speed until

the speed required is reached,

-

press the Set + or Set - button.

To memorise a speed lower than the

previous one:
-

press the Set - button.

A brief press decreases the speed by

1 mph (km/h).

A maintained press decreases the

speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).

- Place the dial in position 0 or switch

off the ignition to switch everything

off.

Good practice

When changing the programmed

reference speed by means of a

maintained press, pay attention as

the speed can increase or decrease

rapidly.
Do not use the cruise control on

slippery roads or in heavy traffi c.

In the event of a steep slope, the cruise

control cannot prevent the vehicle from

exceeding the programmed speed.

In any event, the cruise control cannot

replace the need to observe the speed

limits, nor can it replace the need for

vigilance and responsibility on the part

of the driver.

It is advisable to leave your feet near

the pedals.

To avoid any jamming under the

pedals:

- ensure that the mat and its fi xings

on the fl oor are positioned correctly,

- never place one mat on top of

another.

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However, pressing the pedal beyond

this point of resistance to the fl oor

permits exceeding of the programmed

speed. To resume use of the limiter,
simply reduce the pressure on the

accelerator pedal gradually and return

to a speed below that programmed.
The operating actions may be
carried out when stationary, with the
engine running, or with the vehicle
moving.

This speed limiter shows the function

selection status on the instrument

panel and displays the programmed

speed:

SPEED LIMITER "LIMIT"

Function selected,
displaying of the

"Speed Limiter"
symbol.

Function deactivated,

last programmed speed - OFF

(example at 65 mph

(107 km/h)).

Function activated

(example at 65 mph

(107 km/h)).

Vehicle speed above

(example 70 mph

(118 km/h)),

the programmed

speed is displayed

fl ashing.
Operating fault

detected,
OFF

- the dashes

fl ash.

"This is the selected speed which the

driver does not wish to exceed".

This selection is made with the engine

running while stationary or with the

vehicle moving. The minimum speed

which can be programmed is 20 mph

(30 km/h).

The speed of the vehicle responds

to the pressure of the driver's foot as

far as the accelerator pedal point of

resistance which indicates that the

programmed speed has been reached.

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Selecting the function

- Place the dial in the LIMIT position.

The limiter is selected but is not yet

active. The display indicates the

last programmed speed.

Programming a speed

A speed can be programmed without

activating the limiter but with the

engine running.
To memorise a speed higher than the

previous one:
-

press the Set + button.

A brief press increases the speed by

1 mph (km/h).

A maintained press increases the

speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).

To memorise a speed lower than the

previous one:
-

press the Set - button.

A brief press decreases the speed by

1 mph (km/h).

A maintained press decreases the

speed in steps of 5 mph (km/h).

Activation/Deactivation (off)

Pressing this button once activates

the limiter, pressing the button again

deactivates it (OFF).

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Exceeding the programmed
speed

Pressing the accelerator pedal in order

to exceed the programmed speed

will have no effect unless you press

the pedal

fi rmly beyond the point of

resistance .
The limiter is deactivated temporarily

and the programmed speed fl ashes.
To return to the limiter function, reduce

your speed to below the programmed

speed.

Switching the function off

- Place the dial in position 0 or switch

off the ignition to switch the system
off.

The last programmed speed remains in

the memory.

Operating fault

The programmed speed is cleared

then replaced by three dashes.

Contact a CITROËN dealer to have the

system checked.

Good practice

Flashing of the speed

The speed fl ashes:

- following forcing of the accelerator

point of resistance,

- when the limiter cannot prevent an

increase in the vehicle speed due

to the profi le of the road or on a

steep descent,

- in the event of sharp acceleration.

In any event, the speed limiter cannot

replace the need to observe speed

limits, nor can it replace the need for

vigilance and responsibility on the part

of the driver.

Always pay attention to the profi le

of the road and sharp acceleration

and stay in complete control of your

vehicle.

To avoid any jamming under the

pedals:

- ensure that the mat and its fi xings

on the fl oor are positioned correctly,

- never place one mat on top of

another.

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Ventilation

VENTILATION

the side vents and the central

vents,

Air flow

the footwells,

the windscreen and the footwells,

the windscreen.

The air distribution can be

modulated by placing the

control in the intermediate

positions, marked " ".

Manual adjustments:

Air distribution

The air supply distribution is

determined by the following symbols:

in the red zone, triggers

heating of the interior

ambient air.

in the blue zone, triggers

cool air,

The force of the blown air

at the vents varies from 1 to

the strongest 4. Position 0
switches it off.
Remember to adjust this

control in order to reach the

ambient air comfort level.

Heating control panel

Air conditioning control panel

Temperature

Control positioned:

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Ventilation

Intake of exterior air

Recirculation of interior air

Air conditioning A/C

The diode on the button
is off. This is the preferred

operating position.

Pressing the button triggers

the operation of the air

conditioning, the diode is lit.

Pressing the button again

switches the function off and

the diode is switched off.

The air conditioning does not operate if

the air fl ow is set to 0.

The air conditioning can only operate

with the engine running.

The diode on the button is

lit. Recirculation temporarily

prevents exterior odours

and smoke from entering the

passenger compartment.

Used with the setting of the force of

blown air (from 1 to 4), recirculation

enables you to obtain the required

ambient air comfort level more quickly

with both hot or cold settings.
This position should only be temporary.

When your ambient air comfort level

has been reached, return to the

intake of exterior air position to permit

renewal of the air in the passenger

compartment and avoid misting. This

operating mode is preferable.

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Ventilation

Good practice

For maximum cooling or heating of the

passenger compartment, it is possible

to exceed the value 15 by turning until

LO is displayed or the value 27 by

turning until HI is displayed.

On entering the vehicle, the inside

temperature may be much colder (or

warmer) than is comfortable. There is

no advantage in changing the value

displayed in order to quickly reach the

level of comfort required. The system

will use its maximum performance to

reach the comfort value set.

DIGITAL AIR CONDITIONING WITH SEPARATE SETTINGS

Automatic operation

AUTO comfort programme
This is the normal air conditioning

system operating mode.

Driver or passenger side comfort
value
The value indicated in the screen

corresponds to a level of comfort and

not a temperature in degrees Celsius

or Fahrenheit.

Turn this control to the left

or to the right to decrease or

increase the value. A setting

around the value 21 provides

optimum comfort.However,

depending on your requirements, a

setting between 18 and 24 is usual.

Do not cover the sunshine sensor

located on the dashboard.

Press this button, the AUTO

symbol is displayed.

In accordance with the comfort

value selected, the system

controls the distribution, the

fl ow and the intake of air to guarantee

comfort and a suffi cient circulation of

air in the passenger compartment. No

further action on your part is required.

When the engine is cold, to prevent

an excessive diffusion of cold air, the

air diffuser will reach its optimum level

gradually.

For your comfort, the settings are

stored when the ignition is switched off

and are reinstated the next time the

vehicle is started.

The automatic function will no longer

be maintained if you change a setting

manually (AUTO is cleared).

FOR THE DRIVER AND PASSENGER

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Ventilation

Manual operation

You can, according to your

requirements, make a different selection

from that offered by the system by

changing a setting. The other functions

will still be controlled automatically.

Pressing the AUTO button restores fully

automatic operation.

Air distribution
Pressing this button several

times in succession directs

the air fl ow towards:

-

the windscreen,

- the windscreen and footwells,
-

the footwells,

- the side vents, central vents and

footwells,

- the side vents and central vents.

Air fl ow
Press the small fan button to

reduce the fl ow or the large

fan

button to increase the

fl ow.

On the display, the blades of the fan fi ll

when the fl ow is increased.

Switching the air
conditioning On/Off
Press this button, the A/C

symbol is displayed and the

air conditioning is activated.

Deactivating the system

Press the air fl ow small fan

button until the fan symbol

disappears from the display.

This action deactivates all of the

system's functions, with the exception

of the air recirculation and rear screen

demisting (if fi tted on your vehicle).

Your comfort setting is no longer

maintained and is switched off.

Intake of exterior air/
Recirculation of interior air
Press this button to

recirculate the interior air.

The recirculation symbol is

displayed.

Pressing the large fan
button or the AUTO button

reactivates the system with

the values set before it was

deactivated.

Recirculation prevents exterior odours

and smoke from entering the passenger

compartment. Avoid prolonged operation

in interior air recirculation mode (risk of

condensation, odour and humidity).

Pressing this button again activates the

intake of exterior air.

Pressing this button again switches off

the air conditioning.

The ventilation outlet, located

in the glove box, diffuses

cool air (if the air conditioning

is on) regardless of the reference

temperature requested in the

passenger compartment and

regardless of the exterior temperature.

For your comfort, do not deactivate the

system for long periods.

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Ventilation

DE-ICING AND DEMISTING

Manual mode

Direct the control to this

temperature setting.

Increase the air fl ow setting.

Press the air conditioning.

Returning to exterior air

intake open permits renewal

of the air in the passenger

compartment (diode off).

Direct the control to this air

distribution setting.

De-icing the rear screen and/or
mirrors

Pressing this button, with the

engine running, activates the

rapid demisting - de-icing of

the rear screen and/or electric

mirrors.

This function switches off:
-

when the button is pressed,

-

when the engine is switched off,

- automatically to prevent excessive

energy consumption.

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Ventilation

DE-ICING AND DEMISTING

GOOD PRACTICE

Vents

"Leave them open"
For optimum distribution and diffusion

of hot or cool air in the passenger

compartment, there are adjustable

central and side vents which can

be directed sideways (right or left)

or vertically (up or down). For your

comfort while driving, do not close

them and direct the fl ow of air towards

the windows instead.

Air vents in the footwells and directed

towards the windscreen complete the

equipment.

Do not block the vents located at the

windscreen or the air extractor located

in the boot.

Dust filter, odour filter
(activated carbon)

This fi lter traps certain dust and limits

odours.
Ensure that this fi lter is in good

condition and have all of the fi lter

elements replaced regularly.

Refer to the "Checks" section of

chapter 6.

Air conditioning

In all seasons, the air conditioning

should only be used with the windows

closed. However, if the interior

temperature remains high after a

prolonged period parked in the sun, do

not hesitate to ventilate the passenger

compartment for a few minutes.

Use the AUTO mode as much as

possible as it permits optimised

control of all of the functions: air fl ow,

passenger compartment comfort

temperature, air distribution, air

intake mode or air recirculation in the

passenger compartment.

Operate the air conditioning system for

5 to 10 minutes, once or twice a month,

to keep it in perfect working order.

It is normal that the condensation

created by the air conditioning system

results in a fl ow of water which may

form a puddle under the vehicle when

parked.

If the system does not produce cold air,

do not use it and contact a CITROËN

dealer.

Automatic mode: visibility
programme
The comfort programme (AUTO) may

not be suffi cient to quickly demist or

de-ice the windows (humidity, several

passengers, ice).

In this case, select the visibility

programme. The visibility programme

indicator light comes on.

It activates the air conditioning, the air

fl ow and provides optimum distribution

of the ventilation to the windscreen and

side windows.
It deactivates the air recirculation.

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Seats

FRONT SEATS

The following adjustments are

available:

1 - Forwards/backwards adjustment
Lift the bar and slide the seat forwards

or backwards.

3 - Driver's seat height adjustment
To raise the seat, pull the control

upwards then take your weight off the

seat cushion.

To lower the seat, pull the control

upwards then push on the seat

cushion.

2 - Seat back angle adjustment
With your back pressed against the

seat back, move the lever forwards

and set the required angle.

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Seats

Never drive with the head

restraints removed; they must be

in place and correctly adjusted.

Adjustable armrest
To access the vertical position, raise

the armrest until it locks.

Lower the armrest to return it to a

position for use.
To remove the armrest, press the

release button from the vertical position

and move aside the armrest.

To put the armrest back in place, clip it

in the vertical position.

If the vehicle is fi tted with the additional

console and an armrest, to fold the

passenger seat to the table position

remove the console or the armrest.

Front heated seats control

Each front seat may be fi tted with a

control located on the side part of the

cushion.
Press to switch on the cushion heating.

Press again to switch it off.

Head restraint height adjustment

To raise the head restraint, slide it vertically

upwards.

To lower the head restraint, press the

button and slide the head restraint vertically

downwards.

The adjustment is correct when the upper

edge of the head restraint is level with the

top of the head.

To remove the head restraint, press the

button and pull the head restraint upwards.

To re-install the head restraint, engage

the rods in the holes making sure they are

aligned with the seat back.

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