Citroen Berlingo Dag (2011 year). Instruction - part 11

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Changing a fuse

FUSES UNDER THE BONNET

After opening the bonnet, unclip and tilt

the corresponding box to gain access

to the fuses.

Fuses

F

Amperes

A

Allocation

1

20

Engine management

2

15

Horn

3

10

Front and rear wash-wipe pump

4

20

Headlamp wash pump

5

15

Engine components

6

10

Steering wheel angle sensor, ESP

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10

Brake switch, clutch switch

8

25

Starter

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10

Headlamp beam motor, parc

management unit

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30

Engine components

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40

Spare

12

30

Wipers

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40

Built-in systems interface

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30

Pump

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10

Right-hand main beam headlamp

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10

Left-hand main beam headlamp

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15

Right-hand dipped beam headlamp

18

15

Left-hand dipped beam headlamp

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Changing a wiper blade

Placing the wiper blades in the
special position

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Less than a minute after switching

off the ignition, press the wipers

stalk downwards to position the

wiper blades along the windscreen

uprights (special position).

Changing a front wiper blade
- Lift the wiper arm.

- Unclip the blade and remove it.
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Fit the new blade.

- Push back the wiper arm.

To return the windscreen wipers to their

normal position, switch on the ignition

and operate the wipers stalk.

Changing the rear wiper blade
- Lift the wiper arm, then unclip the

blade and remove it.

- Fit the new blade and push back

the wiper arm.

CHANGING A WINDSCREEN WIPER BLADE

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Having your vehicle towed

Without lifting
(4 wheels on the road)

You should always use a towbar.

BEING TOWED

The towing eye is stored in the tool kit,

located under the right-hand seat.

From the front

- Unclip the cover by pressing the

bottom part.

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Screw in the removable towing eye

until it locks.

From the rear

- Unclip the cover using a coin or the

fl at part of the towing eye.

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Screw in the removable towing eye

until it locks.

When towing with the engine

switched off, there is no braking or

steering assistance.

Lifting
(2 wheels on the road only)

It is preferable to raise the vehicle

using professional lifting equipment.

Vehicles fitted with a manual
gearbox (diesel version)

In the case of vehicles fi tted with a

manual gearbox, the gear lever must

be in the neutral position, failure to

observe this special condition may

result in damage to certain braking

components and the absence of

braking assistance when the engine is

started again.

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Dimensions

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Dimensions

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DIMENSIONS (MM)

L

Overall length

4 380

H

Overall height

1 801-1 862

A

Wheelbase

2 728

B

Front overhang

925

C

Rear overhang

727

D

Width over panels:

without mirrors

1 810

with mirrors

2 112

E

Width of front tracks

1 505-1 507

F

Width of rear tracks

1 554-1 556

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Length of the loading surface to
the seat

Row 2

990

Row 2, seat fully folded

1 343

With front passenger seat folded

3 000

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Dimensions

REAR DOORS (mm)

M

Max threshold with 205/65 R15 tyre and tailgate trim

582

Hinged doors

Tailgate

Small

Large

N

Useful opening height (under panel)

1 118

1 313

O

Width

495

543

1 582

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SLIDING SIDE DOORS (mm)

P

Useful height

1 009

Q

Useful width

650

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Height under raised tailgate

1 892

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Weights

WEIGHTS AND TOWED LOADS (KG)

General points

For more information, refer to your

registration certifi cate.
In each country, it is imperative that
the towed loads authorised by local

legislation are complied with. To fi nd

out your vehicle's towing capacities
and its gross train weight, consult a

CITROËN dealer.

The braked towed weight with load
transfer can be increased on condition
that the equivalent of this load is
removed from the vehicle so that the

GTW is not exceeded. Warning: towing

using a lightly loaded towing vehicle
may have an adverse effect on its road

holding.

The speed of a towing vehicle must not
exceed 50 mph (80 km/h) (comply with

the legislation in force in your country).

High ambient temperatures may result
in a reduction in the performance
of the vehicle in order to protect the
engine; when the ambient temperature
is higher than 37 °C, limit the towed

weight.
The kerb weight is equal to the weight
without load + driver (75 kg) + fuel tank

fi lled to 90 %.

The GTW and towed load values
indicated are valid up to a maximum
altitude of 1 000 metres; the towed
load mentioned must be reduced by

10 % for each additional 1 000 metres.

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IDENTIFICATION FEATURES

A. Manufacturer's plate.

C. Tyres and paint colour reference.
The label C , on the front door gives:
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the wheel and tyre sizes,

-

the brands of tyres approved by the
manufacturer,

-

the tyre pressures (the tyre
pressure must be checked when
the tyre is cold, at least once
a month),

- the paint colour reference.

B. Serial number.
This is engraved on the front right

wheelarch.

Identification markings

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EMERGENCY OR ASSISTANCE CALL

EMERGENCY CALL

In an emergency, press this button for more than
2 seconds. Flashing of the green indicator lamp and a

voice message confi rm that the call has been made to the

CITROËN Emergency team * .

voice message confi rm that the call has been made to the

voice message confi rm that the call has been made to the

Pressing this button again immediately cancels the request. The green
indicator lamp goes off.

ASSISTANCE CALL

If you purchased your vehicle outside the CITROËN dealer network,

we invite you to have a dealer check the confi guration of these services

and, if desired, modifi ed to suit your wishes. In a multi-lingual country,

confi guration is possible in the offi cial national language of your choice.

When the ignition is switched on, the green
indicator lamp comes on for 3 seconds
indicating that the system is operating
correctly.

Pressing this button again immediately cancels the request.
The cancellation is confi rmed by a voice message.

Press this button for more than 2 seconds to request
assistance if the vehicle breaks down.
A voice message confi rms that the call has been made * .

OPERATION OF THE SYSTEM

The green indicator lamp remains on (without fl ashing) when

communication is established. It goes off at the end of communication.

This call is dealt with by the CITROËN Emergency team which receives
locating information from the vehicle and can send a detailed alert to the
appropriate emergency services. In countries in which the team is not
operational, or when the locating service has been expressly declined,

the call is dealt with directly by the emergency services (112) without the

vehicle location.

If an impact is detected by the airbag ECU, and independently
of the deployment of any airbags, an emergency call is made
automatically.

If the orange indicator lamp fl ashes: there is

a system malfunction.
If the orange indicator lamp is on

continuously: the backup battery must be

replaced.
In both cases, consult a CITROËN dealer.

* This service is subject to conditions and availability.
Consult a CITROËN dealer.

9.3

operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another

vehicle, contact a CITROËN dealer for confi guration of

operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another

operate in your vehicle. If it is to be installed in another

the system.

Certain functions described in this handbook will

become available during the year.

MYWAY

For safety reasons, the driver must carry out operations

which require prolonged attention while the vehicle is

stationary.
When the engine is switched off and to prevent

discharging of the battery, the MyWay switches off

following the activation of the Energy Economy mode.

MULTIMEDIA AUDIO SYSTEM/BLUETOOTH TELEPHONE
SATELLITE NAVIGATION SYSTEM FOR EUROPE BY SD CARD

01 First steps

CONTENTS

02 Steering mounted controls
03 General operation
04 Navigation - Guidance
05 Traffic information
06 Radio
07 Music media players
08 Bluetooth telephone
09 Configuration
10 Trip computer

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11 Screen menu map
Frequently asked questions

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9.5
9.6
9.9

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9.19
9.20
9.23
9.25
9.26
9.27
9.31

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1. Engine not running
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Short press: on/off.

- Long press: CD pause, mute for the radio.

Engine running

- Short press: CD pause, mute for the radio.

- Long press: reinitialisation of the system.
2. Volume adjustment (each source is

independent, including also navigation

messages and alerts).

3. Access to the "Radio" Menu. Display the list

of stations.

4. Access to the "Music" Menu. Display the

tracks.

5. Access to the "SETUP" menu.

Long press: access to the GPS coverage

and the demonstration mode.

6. Access to the "Phone" Menu. Display the

call list.

7. Access to the "MODE" menu.

Selection of the successive display of:

Radio, Map, NAV (if navigation is in

progress), Telephone (if a conversation is in

progress), Trip computer.

Long press: display of a black screen (DARK).

8. Access to the "Navigation" Menu. Display

the last destinations.

9. Access to the "Traffi c" Menu. Display the

current traffi c alerts.

10. ESC: abandon the operation in progress.

11. CD eject.

12. Selection of the previous/next radio station

from the list.

Selection of the previous/next MP3 folder.

Selection of the previous/next page of a list.

13. Selection of the previous/next radio station.

Selection of the previous/next CD or MP3 track.

Selection of the previous/next line of a list.

14. Buttons 1 to 6:

Selection of the stored radio station.

Long press: store the current radio station.

15. SD card reader (navigation SD card only).

16. Dial for selection of the screen display and

according to the context of the menu

Short press: contextual menu or confi rmation.

Long press press: contextual menu specifi c to

the list displayed.

FIRST STEPS

MyWay CONTROL PANEL

3 - 4. Long press: access to the audio settings:

front/rear fader and left/right balance,

bass/treble, equaliser, loudness, automatic

volume adjustment, initialise the settings.

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02 STEERING MOUNTED CONTROLS

RADIO: selection of the previous stored station.
Selection of the previous entry in the address book.

RADIO: selection of the next stored station.
Selection of the next entry in the address book.

RADIO: change to the next radio station on the list.

Long press: automatic search for a higher frequency.

CD: selection of the next track.

CD: continuous press: fast forward play.

RADIO: change to the previous radio station on the List.

Long press: automatic search for a lower frequency.

CD: selection of the previous track.

CD: continuous press: fast reverse.

- Change the sound source.
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Make a call from the address
book.

- Pick up/Hang up the telephone.

- Press for more than 2 seconds:

access to the address book.

Volume increase.

Volume decrease.

Mute: function activated

by pressing the volume

increase and decrease
buttons simultaneously.
Restore the sound by

pressing one of the two

volume buttons.

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03 GENERAL OPERATION

For a detailed global view of the menus available, refer to the

"Screen menu map" section.

Press the MODE button several times in succession for access to the following menus:

For cleaning the screen, the use of a soft, non-abrasive cloth

(spectacles cloth) is recommended, with no additional product.

RADIO/MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS

TELEPHONE

(If a conversation is in progress)

FULL SCREEN MAP

NAVIGATION
(If guidance is in progress)

SETUP:
system language * , date and time * , display, vehicle

settings * , unit and system settings, "Demo mode".

TRAFFIC:
TMC information and messages.

* Available according to model.

TRIP COMPUTER

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03 GENERAL OPERATION

A press on the OK dial gives access to

short-cut menus according to the display

on the screen.

DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT

NAVIGATION (IF GUIDANCE IS IN PROGRESS):

TRIP COMPUTER:

Abort guidance

Repeat advice

Block road

Route info

Show destination

Trip info

Route type

Avoid

Satellites

Zoom/Scroll

Voice advice

Route options

Alert log

Status of functions

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TELEPHONE:

End call

Hold call

Dial

DTMF-Tones

Private mode

Micro off

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03 GENERAL OPERATION

DISPLAY ACCORDING TO THE CONTEXT

FULL SCREEN MAP:

Abort guidance/Resume guidance

Set destination

POIs nearby

Position info

Map settings

Zoom/Scroll

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RADIO:

In FM mode

Traffi c info (TA)

RDS

Radiotext

Regional prog.

In AM mode

AM

TA

Refresh AM list

FM

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MUSIC MEDIA PLAYERS:

Traffi c info (TA)

Play options

Normal order

Random track

Repeat folder

Select music

Scan

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