Citroen BERLINGO FIRST DAG 2008 1.G Owner's Manual
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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
12. Windscreen demisting vents.
13. Speaker (tweeter).
14. Side window demisting vents.
15. Side adjustable heating/
16. Passenger air bag disarming
17. Upper glove box or passenger
18. Lower glove box.
19. Audio RD3.
20. Heating/air conditioning controls.
22. Removable ashtray.
23. Gear lever.
26. Heated seats control.
27. Steering lock and ignition.
28. Steering wheel adjustment
29. Bonnet release.
30. Fuse box.
31. Headlamp height adjustment.
32. Passenger's electric mirror
1. Speed limiter/cruise control stalk.
2. Lights and direction indicators
3. Driver's air bag.
4. Instrument panel.
5. Audio equipment steering wheel
6. Windscreen wipers/
7. Central adjustable heating/
8. Hazard lights button.
9. Multifunction display or clock.
10. Central lockingbutton.
- Electric windows.
- Demisting of rear door windows.
- Air conditioning.
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The keys allow you to switch on the
ignition and operate the passenger
air bag disarming switch, as well as
to independently operate the locks
o n t h e d o o r s a n d t h e f u e l ﬁ l l e r c a p .
STARTING The remote control
From the front doors, the keys allow
you to lock and unlock all of the doors.
If one of the doors is open, it is impos-
sible to operate the central locking.
The remote control performs the
same functions at a distance. Unlocking
B to unlock the vehicle.
T h i s i s c o n ﬁ r m e d b y r a p i d ﬂ a s h i n g o f
the direction indicators.
Locating the vehicle
To locate your vehicle, previously
locked, in a car park:
press button A , the courtesy
lights come on and the direction
i n d i c a t o r s ﬂ a s h f o r a f e w s e c o n d s .
A to lock the vehicle.
T h i s i s c o n ﬁ r m e d b y ﬁ x e d l i g h t i n g o f t h e
direction indicators for approximately
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 the accessories
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.
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WINDSCREEN WIPERS STEERING WHEEL STALKS
LIGHTING Front fog lamps (1 st turn of the ring
Front fog lamps and rear fog lamp
(2 nd turn of the ring forwards).
To switch off: turn the ring rearwards.
Main beam headlamps V e h i c l e s ﬁ t t e d w i t h a r e a r
fog lamp (ring B)
Turn the ring forwards.
V e h i c l e s ﬁ t t e d w i t h
front fog lamps and a
rear fog lamp (ring B)
Front and rear lights (ring A)
2 Rapid wipe (heavy rain).
1 Normal wipe (moderate rain).
I Intermittent wipe.
Windscreen wash-wipe: pull the stalk
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Never travel with the head
3. Seat back angle adjustment.
4. Forwards-backwards adjustment.
5. Storage drawer (passenger).
1. Head restraint height adjustment.
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Disarming the passenger air bag
With the ignition off, insert the
ignition key into the passenger
air bag switch 1 and turn it to the
As soon as you remove the child
seat, turn the air bag switch to the
"ON" position to activate the air
Disarming check With the ignition switched
on (2 nd notch), illumination
of this warning light indi-
cates that the passenger air
bag is disarmed (switch in
the "OFF" position).
The warning light remains on through-
out the duration of disarming.
Front air bags
These are folded in the centre of the
steering wheel for the driver and in
the fascia for the front passenger.
They are deployed simultaneously,
except in cases where the passenger
air bag is disarmed.
Side air bags are incorporated into
the front seat back frame, on the
They are deployed independently of
each other, on whichever side the
Precautions regarding the
passenger air bag
disarm the air bag if you install a
rear-facing child seat,
activate the air bag for an adult
77 Side air bags
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STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT
When stationary, push the control A
forwards to unlock the steering
Adjust the height of the steering
Lock it by pulling control A towards
1. D r i v e r ' s e l e c t r i c w i n d o w .
2. P a s s e n g e r ' s e l e c t r i c w i n d o w .
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 released.
Automatic mode (driver):
Press and hold the switch. One
touch completely opens or closes
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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 pro-
grammed by the driver, this function
remains active regardless of any action
on the brake or clutch pedals. On the
other hand, pressing the accelerator
pedal to the point of resistance does
not have any effect.
It is possible to exceed the pro-
grammed speed temporarily by press-
i n g t h e a c c e l e r a t o r ﬁ r m l y b e y o n d t h i s
point of resistance.
The operating actions must be carried
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.
72 I f t h e v e h i c l e i s ﬁ t t e d w i t h
a speed limiter and cruise
control, these functions can-
not be activated at the same
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N° Symbol Function
A i r ﬂ o w a d j u s t m e n t .
A i r ﬂ o w a d j u s t m e n t
and air intake control.
N° Symbol Function
A i r ﬂ o w a d j u s t m e n t
and air intake
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RECOMMENDED INTERIOR SETTINGS
Heating or Manual air conditioning
Air distribution A i r ﬂ o w
Intake of exterior air
Temperature Manual AC