Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 9

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Child safety

SUMMARY TABLE FOR THE INSTALLATION OF ISOFIX CHILD SEATS

In accordance with European regulations, this table indicates the options for the installation of ISOFIX child seats on the

vehicle seats fi tted with ISOFIX mountings.
In the case of the universal and semi-universal ISOFIX child seats, the child seat's ISOFIX size category, determined by a
letter from A to G , is indicated on the child seat next to the ISOFIX logo.

Weight of the child /indicative age

Less than 10 kg

(group 0)

Up to 6 months

approx

Less than 10 kg

(group 0)

Less than 13 kg

(group 0+)

Up to 1 year approx

From 9 to 18 kg (group 1)

From 1 to 3 years approx

Type of ISOFIX child seat

Infant car seat

"rear facing"

"rear facing"

"forward facing"

ISOFIX size category

F

G

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D

E

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A

B

B1

Row 2
(5 and 7 * seats)

Side seats

IL-SU

IL-SU

IL-SU

IUF, IL-SU

Centre seat

N

on-Isofi x seat

Row 3
(7 seats)

Seats

Non-Isofi x seats

IUF: Seat suitable for the installation of an ISOFIX child seat of the universal category. "Forward facing" ISOFIX child seats

fi tted with an upper strap secured to the upper ring of the vehicle seats equipped with ISOFIX mountings.

IL-SU: Seat suitable for the installation of a semi-universal ISOFIX child seat. "Forward facing" ISOFIX child seats.

* In the 7 seat version, the three seats of row 2 must be present when child seats are installed.

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Child safety

ADVICE ON CHILD SEATS

The incorrect installation of a child seat
in a vehicle compromises the child's
protection in the event of an accident.
Remember to fasten the seat belts or
the child seat harnesses keeping the
slack
in relation to the child's body to a
minimum
, even for short journeys.
For optimum installation of the "forward
facing" child seat, ensure that the back
of the child seat is in contact with the
back of the vehicle's seat and that the
head restraint does not cause any
discomfort.
If the head restraint has to be removed,
ensure that it is stored or attached
securely to prevent it from being
thrown around the vehicle in the event
of sharp braking.
Children under the age of 10 must not
travel in the "forward facing" position
on the front passenger seat, unless
the rear seats are already occupied by
other children, cannot be used or are
absent.
Deactivate the passenger airbag when
a "rear facing" child seat is installed on
the front seat.
Otherwise, the child would risk being
seriously injured or killed if the airbag

were to infl ate.

As a safety precaution, do not leave:
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one or more children alone and
unsupervised in a vehicle,

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a child or an animal in a vehicle
which is exposed to the sun, with
the windows closed,

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the keys within reach of children
inside the vehicle.

Installing a booster seat

The chest part of the seat belt must
be positioned on the child's shoulder
without touching the neck.
Ensure that the lap part of the seat belt
passes correctly over the child's thighs.
CITROËN recommends the use of a

booster seat which has a back, fi tted

with a seat belt guide at shoulder level.

CHILD LOCK

This prevents opening of the side
doors from the inside.

Manual mode
A label indicates the location of the
child lock.
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Open fully past the point of
resistance.

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Tilt the lever, located on the rear
section of the door.

Electric mode

With the ignition on, press this
button. The diode comes on.
Warning: this system is

independent of the central
locking control.

Always remove the ignition key when
leaving the vehicle, even for a short time.
It is advisable to check the activation of
the child lock each time the ignition is
switched on.
In the event of a serious impact the
electric child lock is deactivated
automatically.

To prevent accidental opening of the
doors, use the "Child Lock".
Take care not to open the rear windows
by more than one third.
To protect young children from the rays

of the sun, fi t side blinds to the rear

windows.

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Towing a trailer

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For more information about
weights, refer to the administrative
documents (V5 registration

document, ...) or to the "Weights"
section of chapter 8.

TOWING A TRAILER, CARAVAN, BOAT, ETC...

Distribution of loads
Distribute the load in the trailer so
that the heaviest objects are as
close as possible to the axle and
the nose weight is close to the
maximum authorised without, however,
exceeding it.
Cooling
Towing a trailer on a slope increases
the coolant temperature.

As the fan is electrically controlled, its
cooling capacity is not dependent on
the engine speed.
On the contrary, use a high gear to
lower the engine speed and reduce
your speed.
In all cases, pay attention to the
coolant temperature.

Driving advice

A towed vehicle must free wheel:
gearbox in neutral.

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Towing a trailer

Good Practice

In certain cases of particularly arduous
use (towing the maximum load up a
steep slope in high temperatures), the
engine automatically limits its power. In
this case, the automatic cutting off of
the air conditioning allows the engine
power to be recovered.

Tyres:
Check the tyre pressures of the

towing vehicle (see the "Identifi cation

features" section of chapter 8) and of
the trailer, observing the recommended
pressure.

See the "Levels" section of
chapter 6.

If the coolant temperature
warning light comes on, stop
the vehicle and switch off the
engine as soon as possible.

Brakes
Towing increases the braking distance.
Drive at a moderate speed, change
down early and brake gradually.

Towbar

We recommend the use of original
CITROËN towbars and their
harnesses, which have been tested
and approved from the design stage of
your vehicle, and that you entrust the

fi tting of this equipment to a CITROËN

dealer.
If this equipment is not fi tted by a

CITROËN dealer, it is imperative that

it is fi tted using the electrical pre-

equipment installed at the rear of the

vehicle and in accordance with the
manufacturer's instructions.
In accordance with the general
instructions a reminder of which has
been given above, we draw your

attention to the risk linked with fi tting

a towbar or electrical accessory not
recommended by CITROËN. Fitting

such equipment could result in the

failure of your vehicle's electronic
system. Please contact a CITROËN

dealer for information before fi tting this

type of equipment.

Side wind
Sensitivity to side wind is increased.
Drive smoothly and at a moderate
speed.

ABS/ESP
The ABS or ESP systems only control
the vehicle, not the trailer or caravan.

Rear parking assistance
The assistance does not function while
the vehicle is towing.

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Equipment

OTHER ACCESSORIES

These accessories and parts, having
been tested and approved for reliability
and safety, are all adapted to your
vehicle. A wide range of recommended
accessories and genuine parts is
available.
A further range is also available,
structured around comfort, leisure and
maintenance:

Anti-theft alarm, window etching, fi rst

aid kit, high visibility vest, front and
rear parking sensors, warning triangle,
security bolts for alloy wheels, ...

Seat covers compatible with airbags
for the front seats, bench seat, rubber
mats, carpet mats, snow chains, blinds,
tailgate bicycle carrier, ...
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedals:
- ensure that the mat and its fi xings

are positioned correctly,

- never fi t one mat on top of another.

Audio equipment, hands-free kit,

speakers, CD changer, satellite navigation
system, USB box, Video kit, ...
Regardless of the audio and telematic

equipment offered on the market,

the technical constraints associated

with the fi tting of equipment of these

product groups mean that the special

features of the equipment and its

compatibility with the capacities of your

vehicle's standard equipment must

be taken into account. Please ask a
CITROËN dealer for more information

before fi tting such equipment.

Maximum weights on bars
- Transverse bars on longitudinal

bars: 75 Kg (these bars are not
compatible with the Modutop roof).

Installing radiocommunication
transmitters
You are advised to contact a CITROËN
dealer before installing accessory
radiocommunication transmitters with
external aerial on your vehicle.
The CITROËN dealer network

will inform you of the specifi cation

(frequency band, maximum output

power, aerial position, specifi c

conditions of installation) of the

transmitters which can be fi tted, in

accordance with the Motor Vehicle
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
(2004/104/EC).

Front mud fl aps, rear mud fl aps,

15/17 inch alloy wheels, wheelarch
trim, leather steering wheel, ...

Screenwash, interior and exterior
cleaning and maintenance products,
spare bulbs, ...

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Equipment

The fi tting of electrical equipment

or accessories which are not
recommended by CITROËN may

result in a failure of your vehicle's
electronic system. Please note this

specifi c warning. You are advised

to contact a dealer to be shown the

range of recommended equipment or

accessories.
Depending on the country in which
the vehicle is sold, it is compulsory to
have a high visibility jacket, warning
triangle and spare bulbs available in
the vehicle.

"Active Fleet Data" telematic unit
Connected directly to the heart of
the vehicle (multiplexed network:
"Full CAN"), the telematic unit, by
means of a "ready to use" service,
permits the sending in real time of
information such as:
- distance travelled,

- distance remaining before the next

service,

- warnings and faults (oil level,

coolant level, oil temperature,
coolant temperature, etc...).

This enables "Fleet" managers
to optimise the monitoring and
management of their professional
vehicles.
Depending on country, contact a
CITROËN dealer for more information.

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Opening the bonnet

OPENING THE BONNET

Bonnet strut

Secure the strut in its location,

identifi ed by a sticker on the left-hand

panel side of the vehicle, to hold the
bonnet open.
Before closing the bonnet, put the strut

back in its clip without using excessive

force.

On the outside

Raise the bonnet slightly by reaching

in a fl at hand, palm down, to make

access to the lever easier.
With this hand, push the lever to the
left. Raise the bonnet.

On the inside

Pull the lever under the fascia panel

towards you. The bonnet is unlocked.

To close

Lower the bonnet and release it at the

end of its travel. Check that the bonnet

is locked.
Avoid manoeuvring the bonnet in
strong winds.

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Under the bonnet

PETROL ENGINE

1. Windscreen wash reservoir.
2. Fuse box.
3. Engine coolant reservoir.
4.

Brake and clutch fl uid reservoir.

5.

Air fi lter.

6.

Dipstick.

7.

Engine oil fi ller cap.

8.

Power steering fl uid reservoir.

Battery connections:

+ Positive metal point.
- Negative metal point (earth).

Take care when working under the

bonnet.

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Under the bonnet

DIESEL ENGINE

4.

Brake and clutch fl uid reservoir.

5.

Air fi lter.

6.

Dipstick.

7.

Engine oil fi ller cap.

8.

Power steering fl uid reservoir.

9. Priming pump.

1. Windscreen wash reservoir.
2. Fuse box.
3. Engine coolant reservoir.

Battery connections:

+ Positive metal point.
- Negative metal point (earth).

Take care when working under the bonnet.

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Levels

LEVELS

Oil change

This must be carried out at the

intervals specifi ed and the viscosity

grade of the oil selected must fulfi l the

requirements in the manufacturer's

servicing schedule. Ask for advice from

a CITROËN dealer.
Remove the dipstick before fi lling.

Check the level after fi lling (never

exceed the max mark).

Refi t the oil fi ller cap before closing the

bonnet.

Changing the brake fluid

The brake fl uid must be changed at

the intervals stated, according to the
manufacturer's servicing schedule.
Use fl uids recommended by the

manufacturer, which fulfi l DOT4

standards.
The level must be between the MIN

and MAX marks on the reservoir.

If fl uid has to be added frequently,

this indicates a fault which must be

checked by a CITROËN dealer as

soon as possible.

Warning lamps

If you have to remove/refi t the

engine style cover, handle it with

care to avoid damaging the fi xing

clips.

Oil level

Check the level regularly and top up

between changes.
Check the level with the vehicle level,

engine cold, using the dipstick.

Dipstick
There are two marks on

the dipstick:
A = maximum
If you fi ll past this mark,

consult a CITROËN
dealer.
B = minimum
Never allow the level to

fall below this mark.
To maintain the reliability
of engines and emission
control systems, the use
of additives in engine oil
is prohibited.

Viscosity selection
In all cases, the oil selected must meet
the manufacturer's requirements.

These regular maintenance

operations will keep your vehicle

in good working order. Ask for

advice from a a CITROËN dealer or

refer to the servicing booklet in the

handbook pack.

Checks using the warning

lamps in the instrument panel is
described in chapter 2, refer to
the "Instruments and controls"
section.

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Levels

Cooling system

Only use the fl uid recommended by the

manufacturer.
Otherwise, you risk seriously damaging

your engine.
When the engine is warm, the
temperature of the coolant is controlled
by the engine fan. As this fan can

operate with the ignition key removed

and because the cooling system is
pressurised, wait for at least one hour
after the engine has stopped before

carrying out any work.

Slacken the cap by 1/4 of a turn to

release the pressure to prevent any

risk of scalding. When the pressure

has dropped, remove the cap and top
up the level with coolant.
If fl uid has to be added frequently,

this indicates a fault which must be

checked by a CITROËN dealer as

soon as possible.

Power steering fluid level

The vehicle must be parked on level

ground with the engine cold. Unscrew
the cap integrated with the gauge and

check the level which must be between

the MIN and MAX marks.

In order to regenerate the fi lter, you are

advised to drive at a speed higher than

40 mph (60 km/h) for at least fi ve minutes

as soon as possible, when traffi c conditions

permit (until the message disappears and

the service warning lamp goes off).
During regeneration of the particle emission

fi lter, the noise of a relay operating may be

heard under the dashboard.
If the message is still displayed and if the
service warning lamp remains on, consult a
CITROËN dealer.

Topping up
The level must be between the MIN

and MAX marks on the expansion

bottle. If more than 1 litre of fl uid is

required to top up the level, have the

system checked by a CITROËN dealer.

Screenwash and headlamp
wash level

For best quality cleaning and for your
safety, we would advise that you use
products of the CITROËN range.
For optimum cleaning and to avoid

freezing, this fl uid must not be topped

up or replaced with plain water.
Capacity of the screenwash reservoir:
approximately 3 litres.
If your vehicle is fi tted with headlamp

washers, the capacity of the reservoir
is 6 litres.

Diesel additive level
(Diesel with particle
emission filter)

The minimum level of this

additive is indicated by lighting of the
service warning lamp, accompanied
by an audible signal and a message in
the screen.
When this occurs with the engine
running it is due to the start of

saturation of the particle emission fi lter

(exceptionally prolonged urban type

driving conditions: low speed, long

traffi c jams, ...).

Topping up
It is imperative that this additive is
topped up by a CITROËN dealer
without delay.

Used oil

Avoid prolonged contact of used oil

with the skin.

Brake fl uid is harmful to health and

very corrosive.
Do not dispose of used oil, brake fl uid

or coolant into drains or into the ground
but into the containers dedicated to this

use at CITROËN dealer (France) or an

authorised waste disposal site.

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Checks

CHECKS

Carbon filter and passenger
compartment filter

An access fl ap below the glove box

permits replacement of the fi lters.

The carbon fi lter permits continuous

and effective fi ltering of dust.

If the passenger compartment fi lter

becomes blocked, this may reduce the

performance of the air conditioning
system and generate unpleasant
odours.
We recommend the use of a combined

passenger compartment fi lter. By

means of its second special active

fi lter, it contributes to the purifi cation

of the air breathed by the occupants
and the cleanness of the passenger

compartment (reduction of allergic

symptoms, unpleasant odours and

greasy deposits).

Particle emission filter (Diesel)

maintenance of the particle emission

fi lter must be carried out by a

CITROËN dealer.
On acceleration after the vehicle has
been running for a prolonged period
at very low speed or at idle, you may,
in exceptional circumstances, notice
the emission of water vapour at the
exhaust. This water vapour does not
have any adverse effect on vehicle
handling or the environment.

Battery

At the start of winter, have your battery

checked by a CITROËN dealer.

Brake pads

Brake pad wear depends on the style

of driving, in particular for vehicles
which are used in town, over short
distances. It may be necessary to

check the thickness of the pads, even

between services.
Unless there is a leak on the circuit, a

drop in the brake fl uid level indicates

that the brake pads are worn.

Brake disc/drum wear

For information on checking the brake

disc/drum wear, consult a CITROËN
dealer.

Parking brake

Where the parking brake travel is too

great or there is a reduction in the

performance of the system, the parking

brake should be adjusted, even

between services.
Have the system checked by a

CITROËN dealer.

Oil filter

Change the fi lter regularly in

accordance with the servicing
schedule.

Refer to the servicing booklet for

the replacement interval for these
components.
Depending on the environment (dusty

atmosphere...) and the use of the

vehicle (urban driving...), change them

twice as often if necessary.

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Checks

To check the main levels

and certain components,
in accordance with the

manufacturer's servicing schedule,
refer to the pages of the servicing

booklet which correspond to your

vehicle's engine.

Bleeding the water contained in
the Diesel filter

Manual gearbox

Have the level checked in accordance with

the manufacturer's servicing schedule.

Only use products recommended
by CITROËN or products of

equivalent quality and specifi cation.

In order to optimise the operation

of units as important as the braking

system, CITROËN selects and offers

specifi c products.
In order to avoid damaging the
electrical units, high pressure washing
to clean the engine compartment is
strictly prohibited.

If this warning lamp comes

on, bleed the fi lter. Otherwise

bleed regularly each time the
engine oil is changed.
To drain the water, unscrew

the bleed screw located on the fi lter.
Operate until all of the water no longer

fl ows in the transparent pipe, then

tighten the bleed screw.
HDi engines use advanced technology.

All work requires special training, which

is assured by a CITROËN dealer.
According to country.

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Fuel

FILLING WITH FUEL

Low fuel level

Filling
The fuel tank must be fi lled with the

engine off .
- Open the fuel fi ller fl ap.

- Insert the key, then turn it a quarter

turn.

- Remove the cap and hook it onto the

clip located on the inside of the fl ap.

When fi lling with fuel, a

mechanical system prevents

opening of the left-hand side door.

When the fuel fi ller fl ap is open, ensure

that no one tries to slide this door.
Once the fl ap has been closed, the

sliding side door may jam, push the

door to close it then open it.

When the minimum fuel tank

level is reached, this warning
light comes on.
You then have
approximately 8 litres of

fuel remaining. Fill up without delay to
avoid running out of fuel.
Never risk driving until you run out

of fuel as this may damage the

antipollution and injection systems.

A label affi xed to the inside of the fl ap

reminds you of the type of fuel to be
used.
You must fi ll with at least 5 litres of fuel

for it to be registered by the fuel gauge.
When the fuel fi ller cap is opened,

there may be a slight air suction noise.
This vacuum is entirely normal and is
due to the sealing of the fuel circuit.
When fi lling the fuel tank, do not

continue after the 3 rd cut-off of the

nozzle. This could cause malfunctions.
The capacity of the fuel tank is

approximately 60 litres.
- After fi lling the fuel tank, lock the

cap and close the fl ap.

Quality of the fuel used for
petrol engines

The petrol engines are perfectly
compatible with E10 type petrol

biofuels (containing 10 % ethanol),

conforming to European standards
EN 228 and EN 15376.
E85 type fuels (containing up to 85 %

ethanol) are reserved exclusively for

vehicles marketed for the use of this

type of fuel (BioFlex vehicles). The

quality of the ethanol must comply with
European standard EN 15293.
For Brazil only, special vehicles are

marketed to run on fuels containing up

to 100 % ethanol (E100 type).

DIESEL

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Fuel

FUEL CIRCUIT DISARMED

In a serious collision, a mechanism
automatically prevents fuel from
reaching the engine.

The fl ashing of this warning

light is accompanied by a
message on the display.

Check that there is no odour or

leakage of fuel outside the vehicle and

re-establish the fuel supply:

- switch off the ignition

(STOP position),

- remove the key,

- put the key back in the ignition,

- switch on the ignition and start.

DIESEL REPRIMING PUMP

If you should run out of fuel, it is

necessary to re-prime the circuit:
- fi ll the fuel tank with at least fi ve

litres of diesel,

- squeeze and release the manual

re-priming pump, under the bonnet

under the protective cover,

- operate the starter until the engine

starts.

Refer to the "Under the bonnet"
section of chapter 6.

Quality of the fuel used for
Diesel engines

The Diesel engines are perfectly
compatible with biofuels which conform
to current and future European

standards (Diesel fuel which complies

with standard EN 590 mixed with a
biofuel which complies with standard

EN 14214) available at the pumps

(containing up to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl

Ester).
The B30 biofuel can be used in certain
Diesel engines; however, this use

is subject to strict application of the

special servicing conditions. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.
The use of any other type of (bio)fuel

(vegetable or animal oils, pure or

diluted, domestic fuel...) is strictly

prohibited (risk of damage to the

engine and fuel system).

DIESEL

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Fuel

FUEL CIRCUIT DISARMED

In a serious collision, a mechanism
automatically prevents fuel from
reaching the engine.

The fl ashing of this warning

light is accompanied by a
message on the display.

Check that there is no odour or

leakage of fuel outside the vehicle and

re-establish the fuel supply:

- switch off the ignition

(STOP position),

- remove the key,

- put the key back in the ignition,

- switch on the ignition and start.

DIESEL REPRIMING PUMP

If you should run out of fuel, it is

necessary to re-prime the circuit:
- fi ll the fuel tank with at least fi ve

litres of diesel,

- squeeze and release the manual

re-priming pump, under the bonnet

under the protective cover,

- operate the starter until the engine

starts.

Refer to the "Under the bonnet"
section of chapter 6.

Quality of the fuel used for
Diesel engines

The Diesel engines are perfectly
compatible with biofuels which conform
to current and future European

standards (Diesel fuel which complies

with standard EN 590 mixed with a
biofuel which complies with standard

EN 14214) available at the pumps

(containing up to 7 % Fatty Acid Methyl

Ester).
The B30 biofuel can be used in certain
Diesel engines; however, this use

is subject to strict application of the

special servicing conditions. Consult a
CITROËN dealer.
The use of any other type of (bio)fuel

(vegetable or animal oils, pure or

diluted, domestic fuel...) is strictly

prohibited (risk of damage to the

engine and fuel system).

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