Citroen Berlingo First (2012 year). Instruction - part 1
On-line owner's handbook
Referring to the owner's handbook on-line also gives you
access to the latest information available, easily identifi ed by
the bookmarks, associated with this pictogram:
If the heading "MyCitroën" is not available on the public website for
your country, you can fi nd your handbook at the following address:
You can fi nd your handbook on the CITROËN website, under the
This personal space provides you with information on your products
and services, direct and special contact with CITROËN and
becomes a space tailored for you.
the link in "Private customer access",
the edition date appropriate for the date of registration of your vehicle.
You will fi nd your handbook, presented in the same way as the paper
Consulting your "Handbook" should
enable you to adjust the equipment
and confi gurations available on your
vehicle for optimum comfort and driv-
This key will allow you to distinguish
the special features of your vehicle:
this symbol marks warnings
which it is essential to ob-
serve for your own safety,
for the safety of others or to
avoid any risk of damaging
this symbol invites you to refer
to the pages which provide
details of the function.
CITROËN thanks you for your trust
and wishes you many pleasant jour-
Ludospace (4/5 seat versions)
Your vehicle is fi tted with only some
of the equipment described in this
document, depending on its trim lev-
el, version and the specifi cation for
the country in which it was sold.
Please note the following point:
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. It is advisable to contact a CITROËN dealer to be shown the
recommended equipment and accessories.
46 - 53
ACCESS AND STARTING
Front and side doors
Opening the bonnet
Filling with fuel
54 - 57
Windscreen wiper stalk
4 - 18
19 - 27
MONITORING AND DISPLAY SCREENS
Instrument panel display
Distance recorder zero reset 26
28 - 33
34 - 45
Rear bench seat
(4/5 seat versions)
Locations for child seats
attached with the seat belt
ISOFIX child seat
110 - 117
RD3 audio system
118 - 122
58 - 63
LIFE ON BOARD
Front fi ttings
Steering wheel adjustment
Rear fi ttings
64 - 71
ABS and EBFD systems
72 - 97
Under the bonnet
Changing a wheel
Changing a bulb
Changing a fuse
Energy economy mode
Fitting audio equipment, speakers 93
Towing a trailer
98 - 109
Light van weights and loads 105
Identifi cation features
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
12. Wiper/screenwash controls.
13. Audio system steering mounted
14. Steering lock and ignition.
16. Passenger's airbag deactivation
18. Steering wheel adjustment control.
19. Passenger's electric mirror control.
20. Headlamp height adjustment.
21. Heated seats control.
22. Parking brake.
23. Cigarette lighter.
24. Portable ashtray.
25. Gear lever.
26. Storage compartment.
27. Heating/air conditioning controls.
28. Audio system.
29. Lower glove box.
30. Upper glove box or passenger's
31. Bonnet release lever.
32. Side adjustable heating/
33. Door window demisting vents.
1. Speaker (tweeter).
2. Windscreen demisting vents.
- Electric windows.
- Rear door windows demisting.
- Air conditioning.
4. Central locking button.
5. Multifunction screen or clock.
6. Hazard warning lamps switch.
7. Central adjustable heating/
8. Lighting and direction indicator
9. Speed limiter/cruise control
10. Instrument panel.
11. Driver's airbag.
The keys allow you to switch on the
ignition and operate the passenger's
airbag deactivation switch, as well as
to independently operate the locks
on the doors and the fuel fi ller cap.
From the front doors, the keys allow
you to lock and unlock the doors and
If one of the doors or the tailgate is
open, the central locking does not
The remote control performs the
same functions at a distance.
Press button B to unlock the vehicle.
This is confi rmed by rapid fl ashing of
the direction indicators.
Locating the vehicle
To locate your vehicle, previously
locked, in a car park:
) press button A , the courtesy lamps
come on and the direction indica-
tors fl ash for a few seconds.
Press button A to lock the vehicle.
This is confi rmed by fi xed lighting of
the direction indicators for approxi-
mately two seconds.
STOP position (S):
The ignition is off.
To release the steering, turn the
steering wheel slightly while turning
the key, without forcing it.
Accessories position (A):
The ignition is off but various sys-
tems can be used.
On position (M):
The ignition is on.
Starting position (D):
Operates the starter.
Release the key when the engine
has started. Never operate the starter
while the engine is running.
Front foglamps (1 st turn of the ring
Front foglamps and rear foglamp
(2 nd turn of the ring forwards).
To switch off: turn the ring rearwards.
Dipped/main beam head-
Vehicles fi tted with a rear
foglamp (ring B)
Turn the ring forwards.
Vehicles fi tted with
front foglamps and a
rear foglamp (ring B)
Front and rear lamps (ring A)
2 Rapid wipe (heavy rain).
1 Normal wipe (moderate rain).
È Single wipe.
Screenwash: pull the stalk towards
Never travel with the head
3. Seat back angle adjustment.
1. Head restraint height adjustment.
Deactivating the passenger's
) With the ignition off , insert the
ignition key into the passenger's
airbag switch 1 and turn it to the
) As soon as you remove the child
seat, turn the airbag switch to the
"ON" position to activate the air-
With the ignition switched
on (2 nd notch), illumination
of this warning lamp indi-
cates that the passenger's
airbag is deactivated (switch
in the "OFF" position).
The warning lamp remains on until
the airbag is activated again.
These are fi tted in the centre of the steering
wheel for the driver and in the dashboard
for the front passenger. They are deployed
simultaneously, except in cases where the
passenger's airbag is deactivated.
Precautions regarding the
) Deactivate the airbag if you install
a rear-facing child seat.
) Activate the airbag for an adult
Lateral airbags *
The lateral airbags are fi tted into the
front seat backrest frame, on the
They are deployed independently of
each other, on whichever side the
* According to version.
STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT
) When stationary, push the control A
forwards to release the steering
wheel adjustment mechanism.
) Adjust the height of the steering
) Lock the steering wheel adjust-
ment it by pulling control
wards you fully.
1. Driver's electric window.
2. Passenger's electric window.
) Move the manual control 3 in all
four directions to adjust.
Electric control for the
passenger's side mirror
) From the driver's seat, adjust in
all four directions by operating
the control 4 .
) Press the switch. The window
stops as soon as the switch is re-
Automatic mode (driver):
) Press and hold the switch. One
touch completely opens or closes
SPEED LIMITER *
CRUISE CONTROL *
If the vehicle is fi tted with
a speed limiter and cruise
control, these functions can-
not both be activated at the
This limiter indicates the status of
selection of the function on the in-
strument panel and displays the
programmed speed. The minimum
speed which can be programmed is
at least 18 mph (30 km/h).
It prevents exceeding of the speed
programmed by the driver, this func-
tion remains active regardless of any
action on the brake or clutch pedals.
On the other hand, pressing the ac-
celerator pedal to the point of resist-
ance does not have any effect.
It is possible to exceed the pro-
grammed speed temporarily by
pressing the accelerator fi rmly be-
yond this point of resistance.
The operating actions must be car-
ried out with the engine running.
The cruise control has a display on
the instrument panel to indicate the
programmed reference speed.
It enables the vehicle to maintain the
reference speed programmed by the
In order for it to be programmed or
activated, the vehicle speed must be
greater than 25 mph (40 km/h) with
at least fourth gear engaged.
* According to version.
Air fl ow adjustment.
Air fl ow adjustment
and air intake
Air fl ow adjustment
and air intake
RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS
Heating or Manual air conditioning
Air fl ow
Intake of exterior air
1. Storage compartments in the doors.
A. Bottle holder.
B. Cup holder.
C. Storage compartment.
2. Overhead storage.
3. Map reading lamp.
4. Courtesy lamp.
5. Sun visors.
6. Glove box.
7. Cigarette lighter.
8. Removable ashtray.