Instruments and controls
Solution - action
on. a fault with the system. The vehicle retains conventional steering without
assistance. Have it checked by a CITROËN
dealer or a qualiﬁ ed workshop.
by a message
in the screen. that a door is not closed
correctly. Check that all of the doors are closed.
remaining on. a fault with the anti-lock
braking system. The vehicle retains conventional braking.
Have it checked by a CITROËN dealer or a
qualiﬁ ed workshop.
ﬂ ashing. triggering of the ASR or
ESC regulation. The system optimises traction and improves the
directional stability of the vehicle. Chapter 4,
"Driving safety" section.
remaining on. a fault with the system.
E.g.: under-inﬂ ation of the
tyres. E.g.: check the pressure of the tyres. (Wheel
speed sensor, hydraulic block, ...). Have it
checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualiﬁ ed
with the LED in
the button (on
on. deactivation of the system
at the request of the driver. Operation of the system is deactivated.
Reactivation is automatic above 30 mph
(50 km/h) or after pressing the button (on the
The accelerator pedal must be pressed
enough for there to be adequate
engine power to manage the various
parameters in the best way. On snow, mud and sand, traction
control is obtained by a compromise
between safety, grip and traction,
which is associated with the Michelin
Latitude Tour HP M+S tyres.
It adapts to allows most conditions of
poor grip to be accommodated.
Your vehicle is designed principally to
drive on tarmac roads but it allows you
to drive on other less passable terrain
However, particularly when your
vehicle is heavily laden, it does not
permit off-road activities such as:
- crossing and driving on ground
which could damage the underbody
or tear off components (fuel pipe,
fuel cooler, ...), particularly by
obstacles or stones,
- driving on ground with steep
gradients and poor grip,
- crossing a stream.