child lock Citroen BERLINGO 2016 2.G Owner's Manual
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Remote control 18
Rear roof flap
Date and time
6-speed electronic gearbox
Stop & Start
Starting and stopping
Hill start assist
READY TO GO
left hand drive
6 right hand drive
Instruments and controls
8 left hand drive
8 right hand drive
echnical data - Maintenance
Hazard warning lamps 90
ASR and DSC
Active City Brake
eactivating the passenger's front
EASE OF USE and
The "Visual search" (visual
index) section assists
you in finding the controls
and functions and their
associated page numbers
on the schematic outlines of
Instruments and controls
left hand drive
13 right hand drive
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Do not make any modifications to the
electronic immobiliser system.
Operating the remote control, even
when it is in your pocket, may result in
involuntary unlocking of the doors.
The simultaneous use of other
high frequency equipment (mobile
telephones, domestic alarms…), may
interfere with the operation of the
remote control temporarily.
The remote control does not operate
while the key is in the ignition, even if
the ignition is off.
All of the keys contain an electronic
This device locks the engine supply
system. It is activated automatically
when the key is removed from the
fter the ignition is switched on, a
dialogue is established between the
key and the electronic immobiliser
The metal part of the key must be
unfolded correctly for correct dialogue
to take place.
If you lose your keys
Visit a CITR
o Ë n dealer with the
vehicle's V5 registration certificate and
your identification document.
o Ë n dealer will be able
to retrieve the key code and
the transponder code so that a
replacement key can be ordered.
When leaving the vehicle, check that
the lighting is off and nothing of value
As a safety precaution (with children
on board), remove the key from the
ignition when leaving the vehicle, even
for a short time.
When purchasing a second-hand
vehicle, have the keys memorised by
o Ë n dealer, so as to be sure
that the keys in your possession are
the only ones that can be used to start
If fitted on your vehicle, this provides
two types of protection:
exterior protection: it sounds if a
front/rear door or the bonnet is
interior protection: it sounds if
the volume inside the passenger
compartment changes (breaking of
a window or a movement inside the
your vehicle is fitted with a separation
partition, the interior protection is not
active in the load space.
Locking the vehicle with
Setting the alarm
- Switch of f the ignition and get out of
Set the alarm within five minutes of
getting out of the vehicle, by locking
or deadlocking using the remote
The red LED, located in the
button, flashes once per second.
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Returning to the seat position
In a single movement: take hold of
the red strap and pull the assembly
horizontally towards the rear
Guide the movement until the feet
of the bench seat lock on the floor
Raise the seat backrest.
A locks in place
Check that the bench is locked on
the floor correctly once it has been
returned to the seat position.
Do not let the assembly fall sharply
There is no need to assist, guide or
support the tilting movement using
your free arm.
The rear seat belt casings are not
designed for securing the load
transported. Use the stowing rings on
the floor only.
The bench seat of the crew cab is not
suitable for the installation of a child
Using the same hand, fold the seat
backrest and the associated grille
onto the seat cushion.
ake hold of the red strap (like
a handle) and lift the assembly
vertically, guiding the movement to
the fully folded position.
The raised seat rests against the
backrests of the seats of row 1.
Head restraints and seat belts
The three seats are equipped with
inertia reel seat belts. The seat belts
of the outer seats are secured to the
body, whereas the seat belt of the
centre seat is secured to the backrest
of the bench seat.
Each seat has a head restraint bolted
onto the load retaining grille and which
can be removed.
o not store a head restraint inside
the vehicle unless it is properly
stowed or fixed to a support.
o not drive with rear passengers
without first bolting the head restraints
EASE OF USE and COMFORT
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The inertia reels are fitted with a device
which automatically locks the strap in
the event of a collision or emergency
braking or if the vehicle rolls over.
You can unfasten the seat belt by
pressing the red button on the buckle.
Guide the seat belt after unfastening.
The airbag warning lamp comes on
if the pretensioners are deployed.
Contact a CITRo Ë n dealer or a
qualified workshop. Recommendations for children:
use a suitable child seat if the
passenger is less than 12 years old
or shorter than one metre fifty
never allow a child to travel on
your lap, even with the seat belt
fastened.For more information on child
seats, refer to the "Child safety"
section of chapter 5.
Clean the seat belt straps with
soapy water or a textile cleaning
product, sold by CITR
o Ë n
In accordance with current safety
regulations, your CITR
o Ë n dealer can
guarantee all work or any checks, from
testing to maintenance, on your seat
Have the seat belts checked regularly
(even after a minor impact) by a
CITROËN dealer or a qualified
workshop: they must not show any
signs of wear, cutting or fraying
and they must not be converted or
modified.Front seat belts
The front seats are fitted with
pretensioners and force limiters.
The seat belt associated with the
centre seat of the front bench does not
have a pretensioner.
In order to be effective, a seat belt:
must restrain one person only
must not be twisted, check by
g in front of you with an even
must be tightened as close to the
body as possible.
The upper part of the seat belt should
be positioned in the hollow of the
The lap part should be placed as low
as possible on the pelvis.
o not interchange the seat belt
buckles as they will not fulfil their role
properly. If the seats are fitted with
armrests, the lap part of the seat belt
should always pass under the armrest.
Check that the seat belt is fastened
correctly by pulling the strap firmly.
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ADVICE ON CHILD SEATS
The incorrect installation of a child seat
in a vehicle compromises the child's
protection in the event of an accident.
Check that there is no seat belt or seat
belt buckle under the child seat, as this
could destabilise the seat.
Remember to fasten the seat belts or
the child seat harnesses keeping the
slack relative to the child's body to a
minimum, even for short journeys.
For the installation of a child seat using
the seat belt, ensure that the seat belt
is well tensioned on the child seat
and that it is holding the child seat
firmly against the vehicle's seat. If the
passenger seat is adjustable, move it
forward if necessary.
At the rear, always leave sufficient
space between the front seat and:
a rearward facing child seat,
the feet of a child seated in a
forward facing child seat.
For this, move the front seat forward
and, if necessary
, straighten its
backrest as well. For the optimum installation of a
forward facing child seat, ensure that
the back of the child seat is as close as
possible to the backrest of the vehicle's
seat, or in contact if possible.
The head restraint must be removed
before installing a child seat with a
backrest on the passenger seat.
Ensure that the head restraint is
stowed or attached securely so that it
is not thrown around the vehicle in the
event of sharp braking.
Refit the head restraint as soon as the
child seat is removed.
Children at the front
The legislation on carrying a child on
the front passenger seat is specific to
each country. Refer to the legislation in
force in your country.
eactivate the passenger's airbag
when a rearward facing child seat is
installed on the front seat.
Otherwise, the child would risk being
seriously injured or killed if the airbag
Installing a booster seat
The chest part of the seat belt must
be positioned on the child's shoulder
without touching the neck.
Ensure that the lap part of the seat belt
passes correctly over the child's thighs.
CITROËN recommends the use of a
booster seat which has a back, fitted
with a seat belt guide at shoulder level.
As a safety precaution, never leave:
one or more children alone and
unsupervised in a vehicle,
a child or an animal in a vehicle
which is exposed to the sun, with
the windows closed,
the keys within reach of children
inside the vehicle.
o prevent accidental opening of the
doors, use the "Child Lock".
Take care not to open the rear windows
by more than one third.
To protect young children from the rays
of the sun, fit side blinds to the rear