Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 10

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BATTERY

Before disconnecting the battery, you
must wait for 2 minutes after switching
off the ignition.
Never disconnect a terminal when the
engine is running.
Never charge a battery without fi rst

disconnecting the terminals.
After every reconnection of the battery,
switch on the ignition and wait 1 minute
before starting to allow the electronic
systems to be initialised. If slight

diffi culties are experienced after this,

please contact a CITROËN dealer.
After changing bulbs, wait

approximately 3 minutes before

reconnecting the battery.

It is advisable to disconnect the
battery if the vehicle is not to be used

for a period of more than one month.

To charge the battery using a
battery charger

-

Disconnect the battery,

-

Follow the instructions for use
given by the battery charger
manufacturer,

- Reconnect starting with the

negative (-) terminal,

- Check that the terminals and

connectors are clean. If they are

covered with sulphate (white or

greenish deposit), disconnect them

and clean them.

To start the vehicle from
another battery

- Connect the red cable to the

positive (+) terminals of the two

batteries,

- Connect one end of the green

or black cable to the negative (-)

terminal of the slave battery,

- Connect the other end of the green

or black cable to an earth point on

the broken down vehicle as far as

possible from the battery,

- Operate the starter, let the engine run,
-

Wait for the engine to return to idle,
then disconnect the cables.

After the engine has stopped, with

the key in the ignition position, certain

functions (windscreen wiper, electric

windows, courtesy lights, audio

equipment, etc.) can only be used for

a cumulative duration of thirty minutes,

to prevent discharging of the battery.

Once the thirty minutes are over, the

active functions are put on standby

and the battery warning light fl ashes

accompanied by a message on

the display.

To resume the use of these functions

immediately, start the engine and let it
run for a few minutes.
The time available will then be double

the time for which the engine was left
running. However, this time will always

be between fi ve and thirty minutes.

A fl at battery will prevent the engine

from starting.

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Changing a wheel

The temporary tyre repair kit consists

of a compressor and a bottle

(containing a sealant).

Using the kit

1.

Tick the defl ated wheel on the

speed limitation sticker then affi x

the sticker to the vehicle's steering

wheel to remind you that a wheel is

in temporary use.

2.

Clip the bottle 1 on the compressor 2 .

3.

Connect the bottle 1 to the valve of

the tyre to be repaired.

4.

Take care to unwind the

compressor pipe before connecting

it to the bottle.

5.

Connect the power lead to one of

the vehicle's 12 V sockets.

6.

Switch on the compressor by

pressing button A until the tyre

pressure reaches 2.0 bars. If this

pressure cannot be reached, the

tyre cannot be repaired.

7.

Remove and store the compressor.

8. Drive immediately, for a few miles

(kilometres), at reduced speed, to

fi ll the puncture.

9.

Adjust the pressure using the

compressor in accordance with the

recommendation for the vehicle and

check that the leak is fi lled correctly

(no further loss of pressure).

10.

Drive at reduced speed (50 mph

[80 km/h]). The tyre must be

examined and repaired by a

professional as soon as possible.

After use, the bottle can be stored in

a plastic bag, supplied in the kit, to

avoid staining your vehicle with traces

of fl uid.

Warning: the bottle of gel contains

ethylene-glycol, a product which

is harmful if swallowed and which
causes irritation to the eyes.

Keep it out of reach of children.
After use, do not discard the bottle into

the environment, take it to a CITROËN

dealer or to an specialised waste

disposal site.

Replacement bottles of sealant are

available from CITROËN dealers.

The kit is located in one of the two

storage compartments located under

the front seats.
Vehicles supplied with a temporary

puncture repair kit do not have a spare

wheel or tooling (jack, wheelbrace, ...).

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Changing a wheel

1. PARKING THE VEHICLE

- The occupants must get out of the

vehicle and wait in a safe location.

- If possible, park the vehicle on level,

stable and non-slippery ground.

- Apply the parking brake, switch

off the ignition and engage fi rst or

reverse gear.

- If available, place a chock under

the wheel diagonally opposite the

one to be changed.

If the vehicle is fi tted with a towbar,

it is sometimes necessary to raise

the vehicle slightly to make it easier

to remove the spare wheel from its

carrier.
On certain types of ground and/or

if considerable loads are being

transported, call a CITROËN dealer.

CHANGING A WHEEL

2. TOOLS

- The tools are stowed in a storage

compartment located under the

front seat. If necessary, move the
seat forward to access the storage

compartment from the rear.

- Unscrew the nut then take out the

jack and the wheelbrace.

1. Wheelbrace.
2.

Jack.

3. Alloy wheel embellisher remover.
4.

Chock.

The jack and the tool kit are specifi c to

your vehicle. Do not use them for other

purposes.

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3. SPARE WHEEL

-

Unscrew the bolt using the
wheelbrace until the carrier is
lowered fully.

- Open the rear doors to gain access

to the spare wheel.

- Detach the carrier from the hook

and place the spare wheel near the

wheel to be changed.

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4. OPERATING PROCEDURE

- Place the jack in contact with the

locating point provided, the one

which is closest to the wheel to

be changed. Ensure that the jack

is straight and that the base of

the jack is fully in contact with the

ground.

- Extend the jack to lift the wheel

clear of the ground.

- Resume and complete the

unscrewing of the wheel bolts.

- Remove the bolts and remove

the wheel.

- Remove the trim pulling it using the

embellisher remover.

-

Loosen the wheel bolts and start
unscrewing them.

Do not extend the jack until you have

started unscrewing the bolts on the

wheel to be changed and have placed

the chock under the wheel diagonally

opposite.

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Changing a wheel

- Lower the vehicle completely by

folding the jack, then remove the

jack.

- Tighten the bolts again using the

wheelbrace, tighten them fully
without forcing them.

- Place the wheel to be repaired in

the carrier.

- Secure the carrier on the hook then

raise the carrier using the bolt and
the wheelbrace.

Never go underneath a vehicle that

is supported only by a jack (use a

ramp). Never use a screwdriver in

place of the wheelbrace.

5. FITTING THE SPARE WHEEL

-

Position the wheel on the hub and
start tightening the bolts by hand.

- Carry out an initial tightening of the

bolts using the wheelbrace.

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Snow screen

REMOVABLE SNOW SCREEN

According to country, the removable
snow screen is installed on the lower

part of the front bumper to prevent the

accumulation of snow at the radiator
cooling fan.

FITTING

REMOVAL

-

Pass a screwdriver into the hole

located near each of the clips.

-

Use the screwdriver as a lever to

unclip the four clips B in turn.

- Offer up the snow screen facing its

centring pin A on the front bumper.

- Put it in place by pressing at each

clip B located in the four corners.

Do not forget to remove the

snow screen when the exterior

temperature is higher than 10 °C

(no

risk of snowfall) and when

towing.

6. REFITTING THE REPAIRED

WHEEL

The wheel is refi tted as described in

step 5, not forgetting to refi t the wheel

embellisher.

Refer to the "Identifi cation

markings" section of chapter 8 to

locate the tyre label.

Refer to the "Instruments and

controls" section of chapter 2,

"Tyre under-infl ation detection"

part, for recommendations after

changing a wheel fi tted with a tyre

under-infl ation detection sensor.

The spare wheel is not designed

to be used over long distances.
Have the tightening of the bolts

and the tyre pressure checked by a

CITROËN dealer as soon as possible.

Also, have the original wheel repaired

and refi tted by a CITROËN dealer as

soon as possible.

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Snow screen

REMOVABLE SNOW SCREEN

According to country, the removable
snow screen is installed on the lower

part of the front bumper to prevent the

accumulation of snow at the radiator
cooling fan.

FITTING

REMOVAL

-

Pass a screwdriver into the hole

located near each of the clips.

-

Use the screwdriver as a lever to

unclip the four clips B in turn.

- Offer up the snow screen facing its

centring pin A on the front bumper.

- Put it in place by pressing at each

clip B located in the four corners.

Do not forget to remove the

snow screen when the exterior

temperature is higher than 10 °C

(no

risk of snowfall) and when

towing.

6. REFITTING THE REPAIRED

WHEEL

The wheel is refi tted as described in

step 5, not forgetting to refi t the wheel

embellisher.

Refer to the "Identifi cation

markings" section of chapter 8 to

locate the tyre label.

Refer to the "Instruments and

controls" section of chapter 2,

"Tyre under-infl ation detection"

part, for recommendations after

changing a wheel fi tted with a tyre

under-infl ation detection sensor.

The spare wheel is not designed

to be used over long distances.
Have the tightening of the bolts

and the tyre pressure checked by a

CITROËN dealer as soon as possible.

Also, have the original wheel repaired

and refi tted by a CITROËN dealer as

soon as possible.

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Changing a bulb

CHANGING A BULB

Type A
All glass bulb: pull gently

as it is fi tted by pressure.

High pressure washing

Open the bonnet. To access the bulbs,

reach behind the headlamp unit.

Carry out the operations in reverse

order to refi t each bulb and check that

the bonnet is closed securely.

Type C
Halogen bulb: release the

retaining spring from its

housing.

Type B
Bayonet bulb: press

on the bulb then turn it

anticlockwise.

Halogen bulbs must be changed

with the headlamp off. Wait a few

minutes (risk of serious burns).

Do not touch the bulb directly with your

fi ngers, use lint-free cloths.
It is normal for condensation to form

inside the headlamps. Regular use of

the vehicle eliminates this misting.

The bulbs must be changed with

the ignition off or with the battery

disconnected. Wait approximately

3 minutes after changing the bulb

before reconnecting the battery.
Check that the lamps operate correctly

after each operation.

When using this type of washing

on stubborn dirt, do not persist

on the headlamps, the lamps and

their edges to avoid damaging their
coating and seals.

Types of bulb

Various types of bulb are fi tted to your

vehicle. To remove them:

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Changing a bulb

3. Direction indicators

Type B , PY21W - 21W (amber)

- Remove the cover by pulling the

fl exible rubber tab.

- Turn the bulb holder a quarter

turn anticlockwise.

- Remove the bulb by pressing

it lightly while turning it

anticlockwise.

- Change the bulb.
- Ensure that the cover is refi tted

correctly all round to assure
correct sealing.

2. Sidelamps

Type A

, W5W - 5W

- Remove the cover by pulling the

fl exible rubber tab.

- Remove the bulb holder fi tted by

pressure by pulling the connector.

- Change the bulb.
- Ensure that the cover is refi tted

correctly all round to assure
correct sealing.

FRONT LAMPS

1. Dipped/Main beam headlamps

Type C

, H4 - 55W

- Remove the centre cover by

pulling the fl exible rubber tab.

- Disconnect the electrical

connector.

- Release the retaining tab.
- Change the bulb taking care

to align the metal part with the

grooves on the lamp.

- Reposition the retaining tab.
- Ensure that the cover is refi tted

correctly all round to assure
correct sealing.

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4. Foglamps

Type C

, H1 - 55W

-

Remove the foglamp by removing the

bolt, which can be accessed via the hole

provided for this purpose in the bumper,

using a Torx

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30 screwdriver.

-

Remove the three wheelarch liner fi xing

clips, located below the bumper.

-

Move the mud guard upwards.

-

Unclip the foglamp by squeezing the clip

to release it.

-

Remove the foglamp from the outside.

-

Turn the yellow cover a 1/4 turn to open.

-

Separate the clips which secure the base

of bulb on each side to release the bulb.

-

Remove the bulb by pulling, keeping it

straight.

-

Insert the new bulb, reposition the clips

around the base of the bulb and carry

out the operations in reverse order to put

the lamp unit and the bumper back in

position.

SIDE REPEATER

Type A

, WY 5W (amber)

- Push the repeater towards the rear

and disengage it by pulling the

front.

- Contact a CITROËN dealer to

obtain a new repeater which is a

sealed component.

- To refi t, engage the repeater

towards the rear and bring it
towards the front.

COURTESY LAMPS

Type A

, 12V5W - 5W

- Unclip the lens by sliding a

screwdriver in the slots on each

side of the courtesy lamp.

-

Pull the bulb out and change it.

- Clip the lens in its housing and

ensure that it is secured correctly.

Front/Rear

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REAR LAMPS

- Identify the faulty bulb then open

the rear doors to 180°.

Refer to the "Access" section of

chapter 2.

- Remove the two fi xing bolts using

the screwdriver stored in the tool kit

under the right-hand seat.

- Pull the lamp unit from the outside.

- Holding the lamp, disconnect the

electrical connector.

When refi tting, take care to

reposition the tabs and the supply

wire correctly to avoid trapping the

wire.

After changing the rear direction
indicator bulb, the reinitialisation time is
above 2 minutes.

- Move aside the 4 tabs then extract

the bulb holder.

- Remove the faulty bulb by

pressing it lightly while turning it

anticlockwise.

- Change the bulb.

When removing the lamp unit:

- with tailgate, pull the lamp unit

towards the centre of the vehicle,

- with hinged doors, pull the lamp

unit towards you.

For more information concerning the

bulbs, refer to the "Types of bulb".
1. Brake lamps/sidelamps

Type B

, P21/5W - 21/5W

2. Direction indicators

Type B , PY21W - 21W (amber)

3. Reversing lamps

Type B , P21W - 21W

4. Foglamps

Type B , P21W - 21W

High pressure washing

When using this type of washing

on stubborn dirt, do not persist on

the headlamps, the other lamps

and their edges to avoid damaging
their coating and seals.

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NUMBER PLATE LAMPS

-

Unscrew the two nuts.

- Push the pins.
-

If necessary, disconnect the
connector to remove the light.

- Change the bulb.

With tailgate
- Move aside the plastic lens using a

screwdriver.

- Change the bulb.

- Replace the plastic lens and press

on it.

THIRD BRAKE LIGHT

Type A , W16W - 16W

With hinged doors
- Unclip the interior trim.
-

Disconnect the connector by
moving aside its tab.

- Turn the bulb holder a quarter turn

anticlockwise.

- Change the bulb.

- Put the bulb holder back in place

and reconnect the connector.

- Put the trim back in place.

Type A

, W5W - 5W

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Changing a fuse

CHANGING A FUSE

The fuseboxes are located:
-

in the lower dashboard on the left-
hand side (behind the cover),

-

under the bonnet (near the battery).

The information given concerns only

those fuses which can be changed by

the user using the tweezer, located

behind the dashboard storage

compartment on the right-hand side.

For any other work, visit a CITROËN

dealer.

Removing and fitting a fuse

Always replace a failed fuse with a
fuse of the same rating.

Trade professionals: for complete

information on the fuses and

relays, consult the "Repair

Manual" diagrams via the dealer

network.

CITROËN will not accept responsibility

for the cost incurred in repairing

your vehicle or for rectifying the
malfunctions resulting from the
installation of accessories not

supplied and not recommended by the

CITROËN network and not installed

in accordance with its instructions,

in particular when the combined

consumption of all of the additional

equipment connected exceeds

10 milliamperes.

Before replacing a fuse, the cause of

the incident must be identifi ed and

rectifi ed.

- Use the tweezer.

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DASHBOARD FUSES

Tilt the cover to gain access to the

fuses.

Fuses

F

Amperes

A

Allocation

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Rear wiper

2

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Spare

3

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Airbag

4

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Air conditioning, diagnostic socket, mirror control,

headlamp beam

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Electric windows

6

30

Locks

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Rear courtesy lamp, front map reading lamp, roof

console

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Audio equipment, screen, tyre under-infl ation

detection, alarm and siren

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Front and rear 12 V socket

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Central column

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Low current ignition switch

12

15

Rain and sunshine sensor, airbag

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Instrument panel

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Parking sensors, digital air conditioning controls,

hands-free phone kit

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Locks

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Spare

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Rear screen/mirrors demist/defrost

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PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
FUSES

Fuses

F

Amperes

A

Allocation

1

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Spare

2

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Heated seats

3

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Spare

4

15

Folding mirrors relay

5

15

Refrigeration equipment socket relay

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