Citroen C ZERO RHD 2012 1.G Owner's Manual
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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, a 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 version.
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We draw your attention to the following...
contributes to the protection of the environment
refer to the page indicated Your vehicle is fitted with onl
y some of theequipment described in this document,
depending on the trim level, version and the
specifications for the country in which it is sold.
g of electrical equipment or accessories which are not recommended
by CITROËN may result in a failure of your
vehicle's electronic system. Please note thisspecific warning and contact a CITROËNdealer to be shown the recommendedequipment and accessories.
CITROËN has a presence on every continent,
a complete product range,
bringing together technology and a permanent spirit of innovation,
for a modern and creative approach to mobility.
We thank you and congratulate you on your choice.
At the wheel of your new vehicle,
getting to know each system,
each control, each setting,
makes your trips, your journeys
more comfortable and more enjoyable.
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Instrument panel 18
Indicator and warning lamps 19
Main battery state of charge indicator 26
Energy consumption / generation indicator 27
Distance recorder 28
Trip distance recorder 28
Lighting dimmer 29
Ser vice indicator 29
Range indicator 30
Remote control key 31
Electric windows 34
Charging ﬂ aps 37
Front seats 38
Rear seats 40
Interior ﬁ ttings 44
Air conditioning 49
Rear screen demist - defrost 52
Starting - stopping the vehicle 53
Manual parking brake 54
Lighting controls 57
Automatic illumination of headlamps 59
Headlamp adjustment 59
Wiper controls 60
Courtesy lamp 61
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ISOFIX child seats 67
Child lock 70
Direction indicators 71
Hazard warning lamps 71
Emergency or assistance call 72
Braking assistance systems 72
Tr ajectory control systems 74
ont seat belts 75
Charging the main battery 82
Ancillaries battery 88
Te m p o r a ry puncture repair kit 92
Changing a wheel 96
Changing a bulb 99
Changing a fuse 107
Changing a wiper blade 112
To w i ng the vehicle 112
Precautions for washing 113
Front compartment 117
Rear compartment 118
Checking levels 119
Motor and main battery 122
Identiﬁ cation markings 125
Emergency or assistance 127
Audio system 129
Audio and telematics
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Normal charging ﬂ ap
This flap should be used to recharge your
vehicle from a domestic power point.
Fast charging ﬂ ap
Available depending on equipment, this flap
should be used to recharge your vehicle from aspecial fast charging station.
Te m p o r a ry puncture repair kit
This kit is a complete system consisting of a compressor and a sealant cartridge, to allow
y repair of a tyre.
ASR and ESP systems
These are associated systems that assure the
directional stability of the vehicle, within the
limits of the laws of physics.
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A.Unfolding / Folding the key.
B.Locking the vehicle. C.Unlocking the vehicle.
Remote control key
B. Safety catch. C.
Driver's electric window.
B. Passenger's electric window. C.
Right hand rear electric window.D.
Left hand rear electric window.E.
Deactivating the passenger and rear electric window switches.
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Four-position drive selector: P, PR , Nand D .
Charging ﬂ ap interior opening controls
After setting the desired level of comfor t, the system controls this level according to the exterior climatic conditions.
This system benefits from the latest
technology: MP3 compatible audio system,USB player, Bluetooth hands-free system, ...
Normal charging flap.
ging flap (depending on equipment).
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Instruments and controls
Horn. 2.Instrument panel.
3.Wiper stalk. 4. Side vents.
5. Window demisting vent.
6.Electric window switches and switch for deactivating the the front and rear passenger electric window controls.
7. Opening control for the fast charging flap (vehicle left hand side).8.Bonnet release lever.9.
Opening control for the normal charging flap (vehicle right hand side). 10.Fusebox.11.
Door mirror controls.12.
Headlamp height adjustment.
ASR/ESP deactivation switch.13.Steering lock and ignition switch.
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Instruments and controls
Drive selector. 3.
12 V accessory socket.
Passenger's airbag deactivation.
USB por t. 5. Glove box.
7. Windscreen demisting vents.8.Lighting and direction indicator stalk.9.
Audio system.10.Hazard warning lamps switch. 11.
Centre vents. 12 .Heating / air conditioning controls.13.Emergency or assistance call.