Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 7

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Steering mounted controls

To remove it
From the boot, pull the load space

cover towards you to release it from

the side pillars.

Guide the load space cover as it rolls up.

Remove the clips of the three fl aps

from the base of each row 2 head

restraint.
Compress the roller to the left to

remove it from the support B .

Raise it and pivot it forwards.

To store it
Store it in the recess at the boot sill,

with the two rear fl aps uppermost.

First, compress the load space screen

to the left.
Release.

Arrange the two fl aps and close the

storage fl ap.

The roller is fi tted with three fl aps

permitting concealment of the

boot, whether the row 2 seats

are in the normal position or the

comfort position.

Each fl ap has two clips which are

hooked on the base of each head

restraint.

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Steering mounted controls

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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Steering mounted controls

To remove it
From the boot, pull the load space

cover towards you to release it from

the side pillars.

Guide the load space cover as it rolls up.

Remove the clips of the three fl aps

from the base of each row 2 head

restraint.
Compress the roller to the left to

remove it from the support B .

Raise it and pivot it forwards.

To store it
Store it in the recess at the boot sill,

with the two rear fl aps uppermost.

First, compress the load space screen

to the left.
Release.

Arrange the two fl aps and close the

storage fl ap.

The roller is fi tted with three fl aps

permitting concealment of the

boot, whether the row 2 seats

are in the normal position or the

comfort position.

Each fl ap has two clips which are

hooked on the base of each head

restraint.

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Steering mounted controls

The interior rack consists of two

bars to be installed at the top of the

space leaving the lower area of the

passenger compartment free.

It permits the transportation of long

loads (2 metres maximum) with the

doors or tailgate closed. The long load

must rest on the overhead storage

compartment and the two bars.

Maximum load: 10 kilogrammes

per bar.

The two interior bars are covered

with rubber and incorporate a strap

passage to secure the loaded objects.

However, be sure to comply with the

loads and weights permitted.

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Steering mounted controls

The interior rack is not compatible

with the Modutop roof.

Fitting the bars

- Unclip the plastic covers C .

- Unscrew the knurled wheels

located at the ends of the bars fully.

- Take hold of the bar by the ends

to slide them towards the inside to

retract them.

- Extract the metal end piece A

taking hold of the end of the bar like

a syringe.

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Insert the end piece A on one side

then lower it to fi x it in the base of

the notch B .

Storing

When the bars are not in use:

- partially loosen the knurled wheels,

- lift the bar slightly,

- pivot it upwards by 180°,

- tighten the knurled wheel.

Good practice

In the event of a front impact, the rack

is disengaged to avoid injury to the

occupants of the vehicle. The slight

clearance observed in the bar is linked

with this safety disengagement.

Do not loosen or place the bars in a

position other than those described

above.

The load on the rack must rest on the

overhead storage compartment and

be strapped using the strap passages

provided on the bars.

The bars are not grab handles for

the passengers.

- Carry out the same operations on

the other side.

- Ensure that they are engaged

correctly at the base of the notch.

- Tighten the knurled wheels and

check the tightening by pushing the

bar sideways.

To remove, proceed in the reverse

order.

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Mirrors and windows

Electric exterior mirrors
- Move the control to the right or to

the left to select the corresponding
mirror.

- Move the control in all four

directions to adjust.

- Return the control to the central

position.

Electric folding/unfolding
The mirrors can be folded or unfolded

electrically from the inside, with the

vehicle parked and the ignition on:

- Place the control in the central

position.

- Turn the control downwards.

MIRRORS

Heated mirrors
The electric mirrors can be heated.

Manual exterior mirrors
Move the lever in all four directions to

adjust.

When the vehicle is parked, the

exterior mirrors can be folded back

manually.

The mirrors are not equipped with

automatic de-icing.

Forced folding

If the mirror casing has come out of

its initial location, with the vehicle

stationary reposition the mirror casing

manually or use the electric folding

control.

Press the rear screen

de-icing button.

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Mirrors and windows

MONITORING MIRROR

This mirror, placed on top of the

central mirror, enables the driver or

front passenger to observe all the rear

seats.

Fitted on its own ball joint, it's manual

adjustment is simple and provides a

view of the rear interior of the vehicle.

It can also be adjusted for improved

visibility during manoeuvres or when

overtaking.

Areas for toll cards/car park
tickets

The athermic windscreen has two non-

refl ective zones located either side of

the base of the interior mirror.

They are intended for affi xing toll cards

and/or car park tickets.

REAR WINDOWS

To partially open the rear windows, tilt

the lever and push it fully to lock the

windows in the open position.

Manual interior mirror

The interior mirror has two positions:

- day (normal),

- night (anti-dazzle).

To change from one to the other, push

or pull the lever on the lower edge of

the mirror.

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Mirrors and windows

MONITORING MIRROR

This mirror, placed on top of the

central mirror, enables the driver or

front passenger to observe all the rear

seats.

Fitted on its own ball joint, it's manual

adjustment is simple and provides a

view of the rear interior of the vehicle.

It can also be adjusted for improved

visibility during manoeuvres or when

overtaking.

Areas for toll cards/car park
tickets

The athermic windscreen has two non-

refl ective zones located either side of

the base of the interior mirror.

They are intended for affi xing toll cards

and/or car park tickets.

REAR WINDOWS

To partially open the rear windows, tilt

the lever and push it fully to lock the

windows in the open position.

Manual interior mirror

The interior mirror has two positions:

- day (normal),

- night (anti-dazzle).

To change from one to the other, push

or pull the lever on the lower edge of

the mirror.

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ELECTRIC WINDOWS

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Driver's electric window control

2.

Passenger electric window control

There are two operating modes:

Lower the window fully, then raise it, it

will rise in steps of a few centimetres

each time the control is pressed.

Repeat the operation until the window

is fully closed.
Continue to press the control for at

least one second after the window

closed position has been reached.

The safety auto-reverse does not

operate during these operations.

Safety auto-reverse

When the window rises and meets an

obstacle, it stops and partially lowers.

Automatic mode

Press or pull the control, beyond the

point of resistance. The window opens

or closes fully when the control is

released. Pressing the control again

stops the movement of the window.

The electrical functions of the electric

windows are deactivated:

- approximately 45 seconds after the

ignition is switched off,

- after one of the front doors is

opened, if the ignition is off.

Good practice

If the electric windows meet an

obstacle during operation, you must

reverse the movement of the window.

To do this, press the control concerned.
When the driver operates the

passenger electric window controls, he

must ensure that no one is preventing

correct closing of the windows.
The driver must ensure that the

passengers use the electric windows

correctly.
Be aware of children when operating

the windows.
Following several consecutive closing/

opening operations of the electric

window control, a protection system is

triggered which only authorises closing

of the window. After closing, wait

approximately 40 minutes. Once this

time has elapsed, the control becomes

operational again.

Manual mode

Press or pull the control, without

passing the point of resistance. The

window stops when you release

the control.

Reinitialisation

Following reconnection of the battery,

or in the event of a malfunction, the

safety auto-reverse function must be

reinitialised.

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DRIVING SAFELY

HORN

Press the centre of the steering wheel.

PARKING BRAKE

Applying

Pull the parking brake lever up to
immobilise your vehicle.
Check that the parking brake is applied

fi rmly before leaving the vehicle.

Releasing

Pull the lever and press the button to
lower the parking brake lever.

HAZARD WARNING LAMPS

Press this button, the direction

indicators fl ash.
They can operate with the ignition off.
The hazard warning lamps should only
be used in dangerous situations, when
stopping in an emergency or when
driving in unusual conditions.

When parking on a slope, direct your
wheels towards the pavement and pull
the parking brake lever up.
There is no advantage in engaging
a gear after parking the vehicle,
particularly if the vehicle is loaded.

If the parking brake is still on or has
not been released properly, this is
indicated by this warning lamp which
comes on on the instrument panel.

Automatic lighting of hazard
warning lights

When braking in an emergency,
depending on the force of deceleration,
the hazard warning lights come
on automatically. They switch off

automatically the fi rst time you

accelerate.
It is also possible to switch them off by
pressing the button.

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Parking sensors

The audible and/or visual rear parking
assistance consists of four proximity
sensors, installed in the rear bumper.
The sensors detect any obstacle which

enters the fi eld: person, vehicle, tree,

fence, behind the vehicle during the
manoeuvre.
Certain objects detected at the
beginning of the manoeuvre will no
longer be detected at the end of the
manoeuvre due to the blind spots
between and below the sensors.

Examples: stake, roadworks cone or

pavement post.

Engage reverse gear

REAR PARKING ASSISTANCE

Display on the screen

Stop the assistance

Change to neutral.

An audible signal confi rms the

activation of the system by engaging
reverse gear.
The proximity information is indicated
by an audible signal which becomes
more rapid as the vehicle approaches
the obstacle. When the distance
between the rear of the vehicle and
the obstacle is less than approximately
thirty centimetres, the audible signal
becomes continuous.

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Parking sensors

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Activation/Deactivation

Operating fault

In the event of an operating fault, when
reverse gear is engaged the diode on
the button comes on, accompanied
by an audible signal and a message
on the display. Consult a CITROËN
dealer.

Good practice

In bad weather or in winter, ensure that
the sensors are not covered with mud,
ice or snow.
The system will be deactivated
automatically if a trailer is being towed

or if a bicycle carrier is fi tted (vehicle

fi tted with a towbar or bicycle carrier

recommended by CITROËN).
The parking assistance cannot, in
any circumstances, take the place of
the vigilance and responsibility of the
driver.

You can activate or deactivate
the system by pressing this
button.
The activation or deactivation
of the system is stored when
the vehicle stops.

ABS

ABS

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(ABS - EBFD)

The ABS and EBFD (electronic brake

force distribution) systems improve the
stability and manoeuvrability of your
vehicle on braking, in particular on
poor or slippery surfaces.
The ABS prevents locking of the
wheels, the EBFD provides control of
the braking pressure wheel by wheel.

If this warning light comes on,
accompanied by an audible
signal and a message on
the display, it indicates a
malfunction of the ABS which

could result in a loss of control of the
vehicle on braking.

If this warning light comes
on, together with the brake
and STOP warning lights,
accompanied by an audible
signal and a message on the

display, it indicates a malfunction of
the electronic brake force distribution
which could result in a loss of control of
the vehicle on braking.

EMERGENCY BRAKING
ASSISTANCE SYSTEM (EBA)

In an emergency, this system enables
the optimum braking pressure to be
reached more quickly, press the pedal

fi rmly without releasing it.
It is triggered by the speed at which the
brake pedal is activated.
This alters the resistance of the brake
pedal under your foot.
To prolong the operation of the

emergency braking assistance system:

keep your foot on the brake pedal.

Good practice

The anti-lock braking system comes
into operation automatically when
there is a risk of wheel lock. It does not
reduce the braking distance.
On very slippery surfaces (ice, oil,

etc...) the ABS may increase the
braking distance. When braking in
an emergency, do not hesitate to

press the brake pedal fi rmly, without

releasing the pressure, even on a
slippery surface, you will then be able
to continue to manoeuvre the vehicle
to avoid an obstacle.
Normal operation of the ABS may be
felt by slight vibration of the brake
pedal.
When changing wheels (tyres

and rims), ensure that these are
recommended by CITROËN.

Stop immediately.
In both cases, contact a CITROËN
dealer.

ESP OFF

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TRACTION CONTROL (ASR)
AND DYNAMIC STABILITY
CONTROL (ESP)

These systems are linked and
complement the ABS.
The ASR system is very useful for
maintaining optimum drive and
avoiding losses of control of the vehicle
on acceleration.
The system optimises drive to prevent
the wheels skidding, by acting on the
brakes of the drive wheels and on the
engine. It also allows the directional
stability of the vehicle to be improved
on acceleration.
Use the ESP to hold your course
without attempting to countersteer.
If there is a variation between the
trajectory followed by the vehicle and
that required by the driver, the ESP
system automatically acts on the
engine and the brake of one or more
wheels, in order to put the vehicle back
on course.

Disarming the ASR/ESP
systems

In certain exceptional conditions

(starting the vehicle when stuck in mud

or snow, or on loose ground...), it could
prove useful to disarm the ASR and
ESP systems to make the wheels spin
and regain grip.

Operating check

Good practice

The ASR/ESP systems offer increased
safety during normal driving, but
should not incite the driver to take risks
or to drive at high speed.
The operation of these systems is
ensured if the recommendations
of the manufacturer regarding

the wheels (tyres and rims), the

braking components, the electronic

components and the fi tting and repair

procedures within the CITROËN
network are observed.
After an impact, have these systems
checked by a CITROËN dealer.

Operation of the ASR and ESP
systems

The LED fl ashes when the

ASR or ESP is triggered.

They engage again:
-

automatically above 30 mph

(50 km/h),

When a malfunction of the
systems occurs, the indicator
light comes on, accompanied
by an audible signal and a
message on the display.

Contact a CITROËN dealer to have the
system checked.
The warning light may also come on if

the tyres are under-infl ated. Check the

pressure of each tyre.

- Press the button or turn

the dial to the ESP OFF

position (depending on

model).

- The indicator light comes on: the ASR

and ESP systems no longer act.

- manually by pressing the

button again or by turning
the dial to this position

(depending on model).

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"GRIP CONTROL"

Correct use
Your vehicle is designed principally to
drive on tarmacked roads but it allows
you to drive on other less passable
terrain occasionally.
However, it does not permit all-terrain

activities such as:
-

crossing and driving on terrain which
could damage the underframe or

strip away components (fuel pipe,

fuel cooler, ...) due to obstacles or
stones in particular,

-

driving on terrain with steep
gradients and poor grip,

-

crossing a stream.

When driving on snow, mud or sand,
this traction system is linked with all-

season M+S (Mud and Snow) tyres

which offer an excellent compromise
between safety, grip and traction.

This equipment allows you to
manoeuvre in most conditions
of poor grip.

Pressing the accelerator pedal

should be suffi cient so that the

power of the engine can ensure
optimum management of the various
parameters.

ESP OFF

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This ESP mode is calibrated
for a low level of skidding,
based on different conditions
of grip encountered on the
road.

When the ignition is switched off, the
system returns automatically to ESP
mode.

This ESP OFF mode is

only suitable for specifi c

conditions encountered when
moving off or at low speed.

This mode is active up to 30 mph

(50 km/h).

This snow mode allows the
vehicle to adapts its strategy
to the conditions of grip
encountered for each of the
two front wheels, on moving off.

When moving, the system optimises
the skidding to guarantee the best
acceleration possible in relation to the
grip available.

This all terrain

mode (mud,

wet grass...) allows, when
moving off, considerable
skidding on the wheel with
the least grip to favour

clearing of the mud and regain "grip".
At the same time, the wheel with the
most grip is controlled in such a way as
to pass as much torque as possible.
When moving, the system optimises
the skidding to respond to the driver's
requirements as fully as possible.

This sand mode allows little
skidding on the two driving
wheels at the same time to
allow the vehicle to move
forward and limit the risks of
getting stuck in the sand.

Do not use the other modes on sand
as the vehicle may become stuck.

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