Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 6

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Overhead storage unit

This is located above the sun visors

and can accommodate various objects

(a jumper, fi le, gloves...).

The openings concealed by the sun

visors allow you to see and access the

objects stored in the overhead storage

unit.
The maximum weight permitted in the

overhead storage unit is 5 Kg.

Do not place objects in this storage

unit which could present a risk to

the occupants.

Central storage console

This console offers an appreciable

additional storage area: it can be

removed and clips onto a base which

also incorporates two cup holders at

the rear.

Ensure that the object (bottle, can...)

placed in the cup holder is retained

securely and does not risk being

dislodged while driving.

Any liquid which could spill presents

a risk of damage on contact with the

instrument panel and centre console

controls.
Take care.

Sun visor

To prevent dazzle from ahead, fold the

sun visor down.

A pocket is provided in the driver's sun

visor for storing toll cards, tickets, ...

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Drawers under seats

Your vehicle may be fi tted with a

drawer, under each front seat.

Storage compartment under
seats

Storage compartments are available,

with or without lid, in the fl oor under the

front seats.

To gain access to them, move the seat

forward. The lid must be lifted from the

rear of the seat.

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SEATING AREA LAYOUT

Floor boxes

Two boxes are available, located under

the rear passenger footwells.

To open them, slide your fi ngers into

the recess and lift the lid.

Aircraft style tables

To put the table in place, pull it

upwards and fold it down.

As a safety precaution, above a high

pressure, the table is designed to

unhook.

To put it back in place, with the table

vertical, engage one side then the

other, forcing slightly.
Do not place hard or heavy objects

on the table. They could become

dangerous projectiles in the event of

sharp braking or impact.

A bag hook is provided on the side of

each table.

Side blinds

Side blinds may be available on the

sliding side doors.
Pull the side blind by the tab to install it.

To avoid damaging the blind when

opening the door, check that the tab is

hooked securely.

Always guide the blind slowly

using the tab, both when raising

and when lowering.

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MODUTOP ROOF

The multifunction roof extends the

overhead storage unit. It consists of

the following components:

Storage compartments

Storage compartments are provided

on each side of the roof. The maximum

weight is 6 Kg.

The translucent base assists with

fi nding objects stored inside.

Do not store objects which could

present a risk to the occupants.

Courtesy lamp

The operation of the courtesy lamp is

identical to that of the front courtesy

lamp.

Refer to the "Comfort and Safety"

section of chapter 3, "Courtesy

lamps" part.

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From inside

From outside

Rear box

This roof box can be accessed from

the rear seats and the boot.

From the rear seats, slide the fl aps

to open.

Vents

A 3-position control allows you to

adjust the air fl ow through the vents.

The vents are also fi tted with a scented

air freshener.

From the boot, place your thumb

on the recess then pull the handle

to open.

Open carefully to prevent objects

stored in this interior roof box from

falling out.

The maximum authorised weight is

10 Kg.

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The scented air freshener diffuses

a fragrance in the passenger

compartment from the roof console

vents.

Adjusting the flow

Turn the chromed button to adjust

the diffusion:
- to the left to decrease,

- to the right to increase.
To stop the diffusion, turn the chromed
button fully to the left.

Removing the scented air
freshener

-

Press the button down while turning

it a quarter of a turn to the left to

the stop.

- Remove the scented air freshener

from the roof console.

- Replace the cartridge.

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Replacing a cartridge

The scented air freshener refi ll consists

of a cartridge B and its sealing case C .

- Remove the protective fi lm D .

- Place the head of the cartridge B

on the button A

of the scented air

freshener.

- Turn it a quarter of a turn to lock it

on the button and remove the case.

- Insert the scented air freshener in

its location.

You can change the cartridges at any

time and store cartridges which have

already been started in their original

case.

The scented air freshener button A is

independent of the cartridge.

The cartridges are supplied without

the button A .

Inserting the scented air
freshener

After fi tting or changing the cartridge:

- Put the scented air freshener back

in place in its location.

- Turn it a quarter of a turn to the

right.

Good practice

As a safety precaution, only use the

cartridges provided for this purpose.

Do not dismantle the cartridges.

Keep the cartridge sealing cases

which are used as packaging when the

cartridges are not in use.

Never try to refi ll the cartridges

with fragrances other than those

recommended by the CITROËN

network.

Keep out of reach of children and

animals. Avoid contact with the skin

and eyes. If swallowed, consult a

doctor and show him the packaging or

product label.

The scented air freshener button A can

only be fi xed on the multifunction roof

console with a cartridge.

Therefore, always retain button A and

a cartridge.

The cartridges are available from

CITROËN dealers.

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Modutop roof BARS

These two longitudinal Modutop roof

bars can be removed.

The maximum authorised weight on

each bar is 35 kg.

In all cases, the load must rest on

the non-slip bands provided for this

purpose and must not touch the roof or

the glazing of the roof.

Recommendations for loading on
the roof:

- Open the protective covers.

- Use the screwdriver (stored in the

tool kit under the right-hand seat) to

remove the 4 bolts.

- Turn the bars 90° placing the

hollow parts towards the front.

-

Tighten the 4 bolts.

- Close the protective covers.

- Use the strap passages A only to

secure the load fi rmly.

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ROOF BARS

If you install transverse bars on these bars, refer to the weight values indicated

by the manufacturer but do not exceed 75 Kg.

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Automatic switching on/off
The front courtesy light comes on when

the key is removed from the ignition, when

the vehicle is unlocked, when one of the

front doors is opened and for location of

the vehicle using the remote control.

It switches off gradually after the

ignition is switched on and when the

vehicle is locked.

Front seats: comes on when

one of the front doors is
opened.

These are switched on and off by

means of a manual switch, with

the ignition on.

Rear seats: comes on when

one of the rear doors is

opened.
If the doors remain open for

a few minutes, the courtesy

lights are switched off.

Permanently off.

Permanently on, ignition on.

Front courtesy light

COURTESY LIGHTS

Rear courtesy light

Front individual reading lights

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TORCH

Using the torch

Remove it from its location by pulling

from the top.
Press the switch, located on the back

of the torch, to switch it on or off.
The retaining clip allows you to position

the torch for precise use (for example,

lighting while changing a wheel).

Storing the torch

Always put the torch back starting by

positioning the lower part in its location.

If it is not engaged correctly it may not

charge and may not come on when the

boot is opened.
Putting the torch back in place

switches it off automatically if it has not

been switched off already.

The torch has a maximum operating

time of 45 minutes and charges within

a few hours while driving.

Never replace the storage batteries

with conventional batteries.

(5 SEAT VERSION)

A removable torch, incorporated in

the wall of the boot, carries out two

functions:
-

boot light,

-

torch.

The boot light operates automatically

when the boot is opened.
The torch operates with NiMH type

storage batteries.

Observe the polarities when fi tting

these storage batteries.

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LOAD SPACE COVER (5 SEAT VERSION)

This rigid shelf conceals the objects

stored in the boot.

Removing
Fold the load space cover.

Detach it from the notches A and B

pulling it towards you.

Raise it and remove the assembly.

Refi tting

Place the load space cover in front of

A

and B .

Push it forwards to insert the lugs in

the notches.
Unfold and clip into the notches C .

Folding
From the boot, fold the half-shelf,

raising it to detach it from the notch C .

Storing (according to version)
A location is provided in the back of the

rear seats to accommodate the load

space cover folded onto itself.

Slide it vertically between the side

guides located at mid seat back height.

Insert the hinge fi rst, with the free fl aps

turned upwards.

This rigid load space cover can form

a shelf. However, for safety reasons,

do not place objects on it which could

become dangerous projectiles in the

event of sharp braking or rear impact.

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12 Volt socket (120 W Max)

It is advisable to limit the use of this

socket to avoid discharging the battery.

Protective net

Open the cover located in the hook

support.
Fix the top of the net in the notches,

having fi rst turned the bar 1/4 of a turn.

Ensure that the end of the bar engages

correctly in the metal part of its

location.

Fix the straps in the locations provided

on the fl oor.

Tighten the net using the straps.

Stowing rings

Use these rings to secure loads on

the fl oor.

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REAR FITTINGS
(7 SEAT VERSION)

Cup holder

Any liquid carried in a cup (mug or

other) on board which could spill,

presents a risk.

Take care.

12 volt socket (120 W max)

It is advisable to limit the use of this

socket to avoid discharging the battery.

Stowing rings

Use the stowing rings on the fl oor to

secure and retain your loads fi rmly.

The seat belt anchorages must not be

used for this purpose.

It is recommended that the load

is immobilised by securing it

fi rmly using the stowing rings on

the fl oor.

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Storage flaps

Raise the corresponding fl ap.

Next to the boot sill, the recess is

intended to receive the roller tube

containing the load space cover.

Seat belts

Ensure that the centre seat belt is

rolled up correctly in its strengthener
on the roof.
Prevent the row 3 seat belt buckles

from knocking by raising them as close

as possible to the stowages, located

on the roof.
The seat belt buckle attachment rings

on each side of the boot must not be

used to retain loads.

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LOAD SPACE SCREEN, LOAD
SPACE COVER

The load space screen is a load space

cover of the blind type with roller. Take

care not to place heavy objects on the

load space cover when unrolled.

Position the load space screen so as to

present the rear load space cover fl aps

towards you.

Engage the left-hand lug of the roller in

the support A .

To install it
Place the row 3 seats in the fully folded

position.
Raise the storage fl ap at the boot sill.

Take hold of the roller in the centre and

compress it towards the left-hand pillar.

Raise the assembly.

Compress then place the right-hand

lug facing the support B .

Release to engage the roller in its

support.
Unroll the load space cover to the rear

side pillars.

Engage the ends in the rear notches to

keep it taut.

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