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Download manual Peugeot Boxer Manual Description Adaptive lighting: System which automatically changes to main beam according to. Download manual Peugeot Boxer Manual Description Remove the head restraints then tilt the seat tilt the base of the bench seat. Free PDF Downloads for all Engine sizes and models for Peugeot Boxer.

Manual selection. The fog lamps only operate if the side lights or dipped headlamps are on. Rear fog lamps on. When visibility is normal, please switch the fog lamps off.

Cruise control on. Refer to the Steering wheel controls section of chapter 3. Faulty bulb on. Have the bulb changed. Rear parking assistance on. The audible assistance is no longer active. Be particularly vigilant and do not brake sharply. Refer to the Driving Safety section of chapter 5.

Date Headlamp beam height a headlamp height setting. A position from 0 to 3 depending on the load carried Adjust using the control on the fascia panel. Service spanner a service spanner which remains lit. Refer to the list of checks in the servicing booklet. The gauge is positioned on: The reserve when the warning first comes on is approximately 11 litres. Fuel tanks of different capacities 60 and litres are available as an option. In arduous conditions of use or hot climatic conditions, the needle may move close to the red graduations.

Follow this advice: In order to avoid any risk of scalding, unscrew the cap by two turns to allow the pressure to drop.

When the pressure has dropped, check the level and remove the cap to top up. Refer to the Fuel section of chapter 7. What you should do if the needle enters the red zone, or if the warning light comes on: The fan may continue to operate for a certain time up to approximately 10 minutes. There is a risk of damage to the catalytic converter. This information is determined in relation to the distance travelled since the previous service.

Refer to the list of checks in the servicing booklet which was given to you on delivery of the vehicle. After a few seconds, the display returns to its usual functions. Use these controls to adjust the brightness of the instrument panel.

There are 8 setting levels. Deterioration of the engine oil and bhp engines Oil Life or Suit in Oil function: However, the engine control unit tests the degree of wear of the engine oil. If your vehicle is used in arduous conditions and consequently suffers engine oil wear and if your vehicle is fitted with this equipment, you are warned by flashing of the engine oil pressure warning light and the displaying of a message on the instrument panel each time the vehicle is started. In this case, your vehicle must be serviced as soon as possible.

To prevent the mat from becoming caught under the pedal: Avoid leaving your hand on the gear knobas the force exerted, even if slight, may wear the internal components of the gearbox over time. Unlock the steering wheel by pulling the lever towards you.

Adjust the depth of the steering wheel, then lock by lowering the lever fully. As a safety precaution, these operations must not be carried out while driving. Reverse gear Raise the collar under the gear knob to engage reverse gear. Never engage reverse gear before the vehicle is completely stationary.

The lever should be moved slowly to reduce the noise on engaging reverse gear. Your reversing manoeuvre is indicated by a buzzer on the outside. If your vehicle is fitted with parking assistance, the system comes into operation when reverse gear is engaged and an audible signal is heard. Refer to the Rear parking assistance section of chapter 4. Certain accessories can be used. AVV position: The starter is operated. STOP position: The ignition is off. Diesel pre-heating warning light Turn the key to the MAR position.

In cold weather, wait for this warning light to switch off then operate the starter AVV position until the engine starts. If the temperature is high enough, the warning light comes on for less than one second, you can start without waiting.

Door or bonnet open warning light If this comes on, a door or the bonnet is not closed correctly, check! Good practice when stopping Minimise engine and gearbox wear When switching off the ignition, let the engine run for a few seconds to allow the turbocharger to return to idle. Do not press the accelerator when switching off the ignition. There is no need to engage a gear after parking the vehicle. It is not an automatic vehicle parking function or an automatic handbrake. Operation With the brake pedal and clutch pedal pressed, from the time you release the brake pedal you have approximately 2 seconds before the vehicle starts to roll back and without using the handbrake within which to move off.

During the moving off phase, the function is deactivated automatically, gradually releasing the braking pressure. During this phase, the typical noise of mechanical disengaging of the brakes can be heard, indicating the imminent movement of the vehicle. The hill start assistance is deactivated in the following situations: These developments also contribute to reducing noise disturbance.

Your vehicle is treated by cataphoresis, ensuring perfect protection against corrosion. The anticorrosion warranty has a duration of 6 years. All lights off Direction indicators green flashing Left: Headlamp flash Pull the control towards you, regardless of the position of the ring.

Front fog lamps Rear fog lamps If your vehicle is fitted with fog lamps, these operate with the side lights, the dipped headlamps or the main beam headlamps. Press one of these controls to switch on the lights.

The fog lamps should only be used in fog or when snow is falling. In clear weather or in rain, both day and night, lit rear fog lamps dazzle and are prohibited. Do not forget to switch them off when they are no longer necessary.

Motorway function Pull the lever towards the steering wheel with a press, without passing the point of resistance of the lights stalk; the corresponding direction indicators will flash five times. In fog or snow, the brightness sensor may detect sufficient light. Therefore, the lights will not be switched on automatically.

If necessary, you must switch on the dipped headlamps manually. They are switched off when the light returns to a sufficient level. Activation Turn the ring to this position. The lights are switched off automatically when the ignition is switched off. Do not cover the brightness sensor at the top centre of the windscreen. Within 2 minutes after switching off the engine, position the ignition key in the STOP position or remove it.

Pull the lights stalk towards the steering wheel. The indicator light comes on on the instrument panel.

Each action on the lights stalk, pulled towards the steering wheel, prolongs the follow me home lighting by 30 seconds up to approximately 3 minutes. When this time has elapsed, the lights are switched off automatically. Deactivate this control by keeping the stalk pulled towards the steering wheel for more than 2 consecutive seconds. If your vehicle is fitted with this function: To set the sensitivity of the sensor, refer to section 4 of the Mode part.

This function can be accessed in the dipped headlamps and main beam headlamps position. Press these controls, located on the fascia panel, several times in succession to adjust the headlamps. An indicator light on the display indicates the adjustment position selected 0, 1, 2, 3.

The warning light on the instrument panel comes on. Leaving the lights on for long periods may significantly reduce the charge of your vehicle's battery. Do not cover the rain sensor, located at the top centre of the windscreen.

When washing the vehicle, switch off the ignition or deactivate the automatic wiping. Wash-wipe and headlamp wash Pull the stalk towards you, the wash-wipe is accompanied by a timed sweep of the wipers. The headlamp wash is linked with the wash-wipe, it is triggered if the dipped headlamps are on. The stalk has five different positions: Wipers off. Intermittent wiping: In this position, by turning the ring, four speeds can be selected: Automatic wiping with rain detector If your vehicle is fitted with this equipment, the wiping speed is adapted automatically to the intensity of the rainfall.

Automatic wiping: This is confirmed by one wipe. Must be reactivated each time the ignition is switched on. In this position, the sensitivity of the rain sensor can be increased by turning the ring. Good practice Check that the windscreen wiper blades can operate freely when using the wipers in icy weather. Use the sill, in the lower front panel, to remove any accumulation of snow at the base of the windscreen and on the blades. To change the blades, refer to the Changing a wiper blade section of chapter 8.

To top up the levels, refer to the Levels section of chapter 7. Fast continuous wiping: Single wipe, pull the control towards the steering wheel. This aid to driving in free-flowing traffic conditions enables the vehicle to maintain a constant speed programmed by the driver, except when a considerable load is carried on a steep gradient. Function deactivated. If your vehicle is fitted with cruise control, this is displayed on the instrument panel by an indicator light located in the rev counter.

If your vehicle is fitted with this display, a message confirms the action. Programming a speed Accelerate to the required speed, with 4th or 5th gear engaged.

Release the pressure on the accelerator pedal, the vehicle will maintain this speed. The indicator light comes on, the cruise control function is restored. Changing the programmed speed while the cruise control is in operation You can:.

Do not use the cruise control on slippery roads or in heavy traffic. On a steep gradient, the cruise control will not be able to prevent the vehicle from exceeding the programmed speed.

The cruise control cannot, in any circumstances, replace the need to comply with speed limits nor can it replace the need for vigilance and responsibility on the part of driver. It is advisable to leave your feet near the pedals. To prevent the mat from becoming caught under the pedals: Cancelling the programmed speed When the vehicle stops, after the ignition is switched off, the system no longer stores any speed.

Operating fault In the event of a malfunction, the function is switched off and the indicator light switches off. For faster and more effective de-icing and demisting of the windscreen: De-icing the rear screen and mirrors Only operates when the engine is running. Pressing this button activates the rapid demisting-de-icing of the rear screen and mirrors. This function switches off automatically to prevent excessive energy consumption.

It stops when the engine is switched off but resumes when the engine is started again. Pressing this button switches the function off. Returning to the exterior air intake position permits renewal of the air in the passenger compartment. Windscreen and side windows The ventilation outlets located at the base of the windscreen and the side vents for the side windows increase the effectiveness of the de-icing and demisting.

Do not obstruct these air outlets. The pollen filter permits continuous and effective filtering of dust. The air recirculation which can be activated by the driver or the passenger isolates the passenger compartment from the exterior atmosphere. However, this position should only be used temporarily, the norm is to drive with the control positioned with the exterior air intake open. However, if the interior temperature remains high after a prolonged period parked in the sun, do not hesitate to ventilate the passenger compartment for a few minutes.

For even air distribution, ensure that the exterior air intake grille located at the base of the windscreen is not obstructed and that the side and central vents, the air outlets on the floor and the air extractor at the rear are open. The air conditioning is useful in all seasons as it eliminates condensation and air humidity. Operate the air conditioning system for 5 to 10 minutes, once or twice a month, to keep it in perfect working order. Have the filter elements air filter and passenger compartment filter replaced regularly.

If you drive in a dusty environment, have them replaced twice as often. It is normal that the condensation created by the air conditioning system results in a flow of water which may form a puddle under the vehicle when parked. Leave them open For optimum distribution and diffusion of hot or cool air in the passenger compartment, there are: The air vents directed towards the floor of the vehicle complete the equipment.

Temperature adjustment Control positioned: Remember to adjust this control in order to reach the ambient air comfort level.

To switch off the blower, place the control in position 0. Air conditioning The air conditioning mode can only operate with the engine running.

The air blower must be set to at least 1. Pressing the button triggers the operation of the air conditioning, the diode is lit. Pressing the button again switches the function off and the diode is switched off. Air distribution The air supply distribution is directed by the control turned towards: Recirculation of interior air This position should only be temporary. Used with the air conditioning switched on and setting of the force of blown air from 1 to 4 , recirculation enables you to obtain the required ambient air comfort level with both hot or cold settings.

Recirculation temporarily prevents exterior odours and smoke from entering the passenger compartment. If I require Air distribution Temperature Air flow Air recirculation AC Heating - Cooling Deicing Demisting When your ambient air comfort level has been reached, return to the intake of exterior air position to permit renewal of the air in the passenger compartment and demisting.

This operating mode is preferable. This is the preferred operating position. This can be distinguished by its checking display. This is the normal operating mode for the automatic air conditioning system. Using the moving ring surrounding the AUTO control, set the comfort temperature to be reached according to a graduation between: The system controls the distribution, flow and intake of air to ensure comfort equivalent to the graduation displayed and sufficient recirculation of air in the passenger compartment.

No further adjustments are required. Display for checking the status of your automatic air conditioning function. The other components are displayed according to the settings selected by the user.

To return to fully automatic operation, press this button again. If the system is not able to maintain the graduation selected following manual adjustments, the graduation flashes then AUTO is cleared. Press the AUTO control to return to the automatic settings. Switching off the air conditioning Pressing this control switches off the air conditioning functions.

The snowflake is cleared from the display. Complete switch-off Pressing this control switches the system off. The diode and the display switch off. Ventilation Comfort value adjustment ring The graduation ranges between: Air distribution Pressing lights the diode on the buttons which distribute the air flow towards: The combination of buttons permits improvement of air distribution.

This position should be temporary. When the ambient air comfort level has been reached, pressing the button switches the diode off and reopens the exterior air intake. Pressing the AUTO button also restores the intake of exterior air. Returning to this position permits renewal of the air in the passenger compartment and demisting.

The diode is lit. The system manages the air conditioning, the flow and intake of air, the de-icing of the rear screen and provides optimum distribution of the air to the windscreen and front side windows. A warm air diffusion vent, located on the rear left wheelarch, may complete the assembly for the feet of the rear passengers of row 3. Additional heating This is an additional passenger compartment heating system which supplements the standard equipment.

It can operate independently of the engine. Depending on the level of finish of the equipment, its start-up can be programmed. Additional heater or programmable heating This is an additional and autonomous system which heats the diesel engine hot coolant loop to make starting easier.

It improves the de-icing and demisting performance and that of the heated seats, if fitted in the vehicle. The passenger compartment heating is brought up to temperature more rapidly. This system must be programmed to start up before you enter the vehicle. On the seats version, it is located at the rear. Depending on the model version, the air diffusion is either direct from the rear or comes from the rail located under each of the two rows of seats.

The diode is lit if the heating is activated. When rapid de-icing and demisting is required, switch off the control. The first press activates diode lit. A second press deactivates diode off. To deactivate the blower, place the control in position 0. However, a safety device will ventilate the rear circuit automatically, even if the control is in position 0, to prevent the formation of condensation. Air flow The force of the blown air, via the vents, varies from 1 to the strongest 4.

To obtain a comfortable level of ambient air, remember to adjust this control.

Comfort value adjustment - on the blue, triggers cool air, - on the red, triggers heating of the ambient air. The OFF control on the Mono-zone central control panel switches the function off.

Control positioned:. An integrated clock permits programming of its start time. The passenger compartment will be heated more quickly. Heating cycle indicator light Digital programming control The programmable heating system control panel is located at the bottom right of the fascia panel. Display on Displaying of the number of the programme selected Time display button Time setting buttons Selection of the stored programme Button for immediate switching on of the heating Time setting and reading indicator light.

Immediate switching on of the heating Before switching on the heating, check that: This symbol or the previous stored time and the number e. Press this button. The display and the associated indicator light come on. Within ten seconds, press these two setting buttons until the correct time is displayed. Press and hold the button for more rapid scrolling of the digits. Reading the time Press this button. This indicator light comes on, the time is displayed for approximately ten seconds.

The display and the heating cycle indicator light come on and remain on throughout the duration of operation. Switching on the deferred heating Switching on can be programmed between one minute and twenty-four hours in advance.

You can store up to three different start times, but programme one deferred start only. Press this button, the display becomes overbright.

Within the ten seconds, press these two setting buttons to select the required start time. Setting of the stored time is confirmed by clearing of the start time, displaying of the pre-selection number e.

The display lighting and the pre-selection number e. Good practice To avoid any risk of poisoning or asphyxiation, the additional heating must not be used, even for short periods, in an enclosed space such as a garage or workshop which is not fitted with an exhaust gas extraction system.

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Ensure that the fuel gauge indicator light is not at reserve. Always switch off the additional heating when filling with fuel to avoid any risk of fire or explosion. Do not park the vehicle on an inflammable surface dry grass, dead leaves, paper… , there is a risk of fire. A temperature higher than this for example in the case of painting in an oven could damage the components of the electronic circuits. The additional heating system is fitted with a temperature limiter which cuts off the combustion in the event of overheating due to a lack of coolant.

Top up the coolant, then press the programme selection control before switching the heating on again. Have the additional heating system checked at least once a year at the beginning of winter. Use recommended replacement parts only.

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Recalling one of the pre-selected start times Press this button as many times as necessary until the number corresponding to the required pre-selected start time e. After ten seconds, the time is cleared but remains stored for as long as the number e. Switching off the heating Press this button. The heating cycle indicator light and the display are switched off. Two different types of equipment The additional heating is autonomous and programmable. Before you enter the vehicle, it gradually increases the temperature of the engine to make starting easier.

This also facilitates passenger compartment heating, de-icing and demisting. The additional passenger compartment heating system supplements the standard equipment.

Its operation may be independent of the engine. Switching on of the heating may be programmable. To remove the head restraint, press the tabs and raise the head restraint. Adjustable armrest Turn the control located under the end of the armrest. Seat cushion height adjustment Lift the handle 1 to raise or lower the front of the seat.

Lift the handle 2 to raise or lower the rear of the seat. Heated seat Use this control to switch the heating of the seat on or off.

Seat with variable vibration reduction If your seat is fitted with this system, turn the control to adjust the vibration reduction in accordance with the driver's weight. Seat back angle Turn the control to adjust the angle of the seat back. Forwards-backwards adjustment Lift the control bar, located under the seat, and adjust to the required position. Grab handle This is located above the centre passenger. Writing table The back of the centre seat folds to form a writing table.

Pull the handle located at the top of the seat back cushion. Access to the rear seats To gain access to row 3, manoeuvre the control on the outer seat of row 2 and tilt the seat back forwards. To return the seat back to its initial position, bring it to the vertical position without touching the control.

Seat back folded position of the central seat rows 2 and 3 The back of the central seat can be folded fully onto the cushion and used as a cup holder table. Lower the head restraint then raise the control and fold the seat back forwards. To return the seat back to its initial position, raise the control again. Fold the seat back onto the cushion as described above.

Turn the two levers forwards. Tilt the base of the bench seat forwards to place the assembly in the vertical position. Good practice Following the various operations: Access to the rear seats Lower the head restraints then raise the control and tilt the seat back forwards.

Seat back folded position Remove the head restraints then tilt the seat back as described above. With your left hand, tilt the seat back forwards onto the cushion.

Turn the two levers upwards. Raise the bench seat and remove it. Each seat of the bench is fitted with an inertia reel seat belt. Refer to section 5 to read the Good practice recommendations.

Access to the box under the bench seat From the cab Tilt the seat cushion forwards to gain access to the large box. From the load space Raise the two flaps which make the usable length at the floor available.

The flaps are retained in the raised position by magnets on the back of the partition. Good pratice Do not tilt the bench seat cushion during transportation. No not attach anything to the cab fixing structure.

Do not exceed the number of passengers indicated on the registration certificate. Do not install child seats, booster cushions or carrycots on the rear seats of the crew cab.

In the rear, the load space is intended for the transportation of goods only. You are advised to place the goods or heavy objects as far forwards as possible in the load space towards the cab and secure them by means of straps using the stowing rings on the floor.

If your vehicle is fitted with a seat with variable vibration reduction, it does not have any storage compartments.

Folding writing table This is located in the centre of the fascia panel.

The clip can be used to secure documents, slips, Pull or push the top of the table to unfold or fold it. If your vehicle is fitted with a front passenger air bag, the table cannot be raised. The ventilation flap can be opened or closed. The air blown into the glove box is the same as that blown out from the vents. Sun visor To avoid glare from ahead, fold the sun visor down. Pockets are arranged in the sun visors for storing toll cards, tickets, When used as a socket: Portable ashtray After opening, pull upwards then empty the ashtray into a bin.

Overhead storage compartment This is located above the sun visors. Maximum load: It can be activated by means of: It switches off automatically: Reading lights These are controlled by the switches.

Stowing rings Eight stowing rings are provided for securing your loads.

Six rings are located on the floor and two on the partition behind the cab. As a safety precaution in case of sharp braking, you are advised to place heavy objects as far forwards towards the cab as possible. Trims The lower parts of the sides are fitted with load protection trims. Squeeze the two controls then slide the window.

While driving, the window must be closed or secured in an intermediate position. Step To make access and exit easier, your vehicle may be fitted with a step which unfolds when the sliding side door is opened.

Courtesy lights If fitted on your vehicle, one or two courtesy lights are located above the rear and side doors. They can be activated by: This lighting switches off automatically, after a few minutes, if the doors are left open. Roof box This is a storage compartment located in the load space, above the cab roof.

Its capacity varies depending on the height of the van roof. Torch If provided in your vehicle. Ladder type vertical partition Behind the driver's seat, a ladder type vertical partition protects the driver against the risk of load movement.

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Load retainer On the floor, behind the front seats, a horizontal partition protects the driver and front passengers against the risk of load movement. A -Upper mirror B -Lower mirror The mirror glass is spherical in order to widen the lateral field of vision.

Objects seen in the mirror are in reality closer than they appear. Therefore, this must be taken into account in order to assess the distance correctly. The shell incorporates the direction indicator side repeater and the aerials, according to the equipment available on board GPS, GSM, Radio, Electrical controls Turn the control to select the mirror zone.

A1 -Upper mirror B1 -Lower mirror Then move the control in the direction of the adjustment required. A2 -Upper mirror B2 -Lower mirror Then move the control in the direction of the adjustment required. Interior mirror The lever located on the lower edge moves the mirror into two positions. For the day position, the lever is pushed. For the night position to prevent dazzle, pull the lever towards you. Electric folding Press this control.

De-icing of the mirrors Press the rear screen de-icing button. Driver's electric window control B. Passenger electric window control You have two options: Pressing the control again stops the movement of the window. Manual operation Press or pull control A , without passing the point of resistance. The window stops when you release the control.

Good practice Always remove the key from the ignition when leaving the vehicle, even for a short time. 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. The electrical functions of the electric windows are deactivated one minute after the ignition is switched off. Seven languages are offered: As a safety precaution, some menus can only be accessed when the ignition is off.

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Instrument panel display 2 If your vehicle is fitted with this display, you have access to all of the menus. This MODE button enables you to: A long press enables you to return to the welcome screen. This button enables you to: This button enables you to:. Sub-menu… Press Select… Confirm and exit Enables you to Decrease Time format 24 Select the clock display mode. Deactivate 6 See radio ON Display the name of the station.

Oil Display the oil level. No 14 Exit from menu Exit from the menu. Press the arrow at the bottom to go to the first menu. They detect any obstacle: However, objects the size or thickness of which are detected at the beginning of the manoeuvre will no longer be detected at the end of the manoeuvre: Engage 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.

The system cannot, in any circumstances, take the place of the vigilance and responsibility of the driver. Stop the assistance Change to neutral. If your vehicle is fitted with this display, a message appears. Good practice In bad weather or in winter, ensure that the sensors are not covered with mud, ice or snow.

It sends views to the screen installed in the cab. This rear vision is an aid to manoeuvring. Screen The camera sends the images to a 4 inch or 6. Press the button and place the screen in the required position. Activation With the key in the running position, unfold the screen. When a forward gear is engaged, the last image remains displayed for approximately 5 seconds then switches off. Fold the screen. The button flashes twice to confirm the reinitialisation. Alarm display on the screen In the ON position, information in text format accompanies the manoeuvre and is displayed on the screen: When the language has been selected, wait approximately 3 seconds for it to be stored.

Good practice When vehicle conditions are optimum position on the road, loading level the maximum area of visibility covered by the camera has a field depth approximately 3 m long and 5. The area of visibility may vary depending on the external weather conditions brightness, rain, snow, fog, Please store the screen in its housing when no longer in use.

When cleaning the camera and the screen, avoid using a detergent or a tool which may scratch the glass. Use a non-abrasive cloth or a small brush. Following a collision, if the screen glass has cracked and allows liquid crystal to flow out: If you have come into contact with it, quickly wash the contaminated part of the body with soapy water. The control pad is located on the fascia. Each level reached is indicated on the instrument panel display. Manual adjustment of the loading sill Raise: Return to the optimum sill height Press the same number of times in reverse as the level of the position displayed.

Warning light Refer to the Instruments and controls section of chapter 2. Good practice Driving with the sill too high or too low risks damaging the components under the body.

You must avoid this control in the following circumstances: When the card is inserted, all of the data can be: For further information, refer to the documents supplied by the manufacturer of the chronotachograph. If your vehicle is fitted with a chronotachograph, disconnection of the negative - terminal of the battery located under the floor on the left-hand side, in the cab is recommended if the vehicle is not to be used for a period of more than 5 days.

Automatic storing of stations autostore. Storing of a station. Access to the menu. Scanning of the stored stations. Selection of the REG programmes. CD eject. Selection of wavebands MW and LW. Setting of the audio options: Volume adjustment. Selection of the source: Requires a long press. Automatic search for a higher radio frequency. Automatic search for a lower frequency. Volume increase. Volume decrease. Press the AM source button several times in succession and select a waveband: MW, LW.

Briefly press one of the buttons to carry out an automatic search of the radio stations. Press one of the buttons to carry out a manual search of the radio stations. The radio searches for and stores the stations with a strong signal on the numbered buttons. Confirmation and storing of the choices from the current menu. Scrolling of the menus. Selection of the choices from the current menu. VOICE 22 OFF Select the volume setting: Use the 4 arrows to select letters then store using MENU.

To clear the name, press and hold the CLR button. If a CD has been inserted, this menu is displayed. Bass and Treble adjustments are always possible. Programme the 7 bands of the equaliser manually. To store the settings, press MENU. If the disc is recorded in another format, it may not be played correctly.

It is recommended that the same recording standard is always used for an individual disc, with as low a speed as possible 4x maximum for optimum sound quality. In the particular case of a multi-session CD, the Joliet standard is recommended.

The audio equipment will only play files with the extension. No other type of file. It is advisable to restrict file names to 20 characters without using special characters e. If the player already contains a disc, switch on the audio equipment and press the CD source button briefly. The last track played begins. Press one of the buttons to select a track on the CD.

Voice mode Press the control to start the voice recognition, an audible signal confirms that the function has been activated, do not speak until you hear this signal. For further information regarding the voice commands, say Help or refer to the tables at the end of this document. Recommendations If the battery is disconnected, the equipment can operate for a further 15 minutes approximately.

USB connection socket. Remove the plastic cover to connect your portable player. Displaying of the menus and directories of the files being played portable player. If the pairing has been successful, the system announces Connecting. The name of the telephone identified appears on the instrument panel display, pairing is confirmed. Blue indicator light on Settingswait for a response Pairing. The pairing stores your mobile telephone so that it can be recognised instantly.

This number, which permits recognition of your mobile telephone, is generated randomly by the system. It is communicated by the display on the instrument panel and is repeated verbally by the system.

Once your handset has been paired, there is no need to keep a trace of this number. If you change your mobile telephone, you must repeat the matching procedure as you will be given a new PIN. When the system has been identified, a message appears on your telephone My car, This indicates a good connection between the telephone and the system.

It is important to wait until the name of the telephone is displayed. If the pairing fails, an error message will appear; in this case, repeat the procedure. For further information regarding the ignition switch MAR position, refer to the Starting and stopping part of section 2. Calling a contact recorded in the phonebook Your telephone's phonebook must first be downloaded into the system. Yes starts the download.

Pressing declines this download. No declines. Activate the main menu. SettingsUser dataDownload phonebook. Select the group with which the person to be contacted is associated.

Select the name. Confirm to make the call, if the person has only one number.

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If the person has more than one number: Select the number. Confirm to make the call. Specify Home or Work, or Next or Previous. Press OK to make the call. Incoming call If the person is recorded in the phonebook, his name is displayed. The system displays and verbally repeats the number recognised. Call if the number is correct. Start over to delete and start dialling another number. Repeat to hear the number again. Press to accept the call. Press and hold to decline the call. Press to ignore the call, however, the call is stored in the register of incoming calls.

During a call, if a second incoming call is received. Press to switch the conversation and place the other person on hold. By means of the voice commands only. Confirm this recognition using the keypad on the mobile telephone.

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The call can then be transferred. Placing a call on hold Call register This enables you to call the number of one of the last 10 calls received, of one of the last 10 people called or of one of the last 5 missed calls.

Press to deactivate the microphone and place your contact on hold. Press again to resume the conversation. Select the number to be called. Callback for the last person who called you, or Redial for the last person you called. The Redial button can also be used. The system will again ask Redial or callback?. Callback to call back the last person who called you.

Redial to redial the last person you called. Conference mode This allows you to call a second person during a call. Carry out the procedure in the section Calling a contact recorded in the phonebook or Making a call by dialling a number. Turning the key to the ignition switch MAR position: Otherwise, select the file to be played via the MENU.

Choose one of the selection modes: Folders, Artists, Next file Stopping play By means of the voice commands only Changing the sound source Select the file. Start play. Now playing. Press to play the next file. Press to select the radio. Pressing suspends or resumes play. Press to select the CD. When you say a level 1 command, the system makes the level 2 commands available; when you say a level 2 command, the system makes the level 3 commands available. Delete users Deletion of the data recorded for all of the users.

Delete phone book Deletion of the phone book data. Download phone book Transfer of the phone books from your mobile telephone to the hands-free system available according to the type of mobile. Retrieved 17 February Archived from the original on Creator and designer.

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Pre-facelift Peugeot City car A. Front-engine, front-wheel-drive. Peugeot Peugeot Peugeot [1]. Citroen C1 1. Toyota Aygo 1. All s were produced at the TPCA plant in Total production reached , units. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Peugeot Cars RCZ. Small family car.Audio equipment. Manual selection. Add Contacts Transfer of the names from your mobile telephone to the hands-free system available according to the type of mobile.

Power steering reservoir. Selection of wavebands: Manual adjustment of the depth of the steering wheel Exterior mirror adjustment The mirrors are divided into two zones: A and B.

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