Citroen JUMPER 2012 2.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
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.
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.
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Your vehicle is fitted with only some of the
equipment described in this document,
depending on the trim level, version and the
specifications for the country in which it is sold.
The fitting of electrical equipment or accessories
which are not recommended by CITROËN may
result in a failure of your vehicle’s electronic
system. Please note this specific warning and
contact a CITROËN dealer to be shown the
recommended equipment 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.
We draw your attention to the following...
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.
For any work on your vehicle, use a qualified
workshop that has the technical information,
competence and equipment required, which a
CITROËN dealer is able to provide.
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3. EASE OF USE andCOMFORT 41-73
Lighting control stalk 42Wipers 45Cruise control 46Demisting anddefrosting 49Manual heating / air conditioning 51Digital air conditioning 53Additional heatingsystems 55Rear Heating /Air Conditioning 55Programmableadditional heating 57Front seats 60Front bench seat 62Rear seats 63Crew cab 65Front ﬁ ttings 66Rear ﬁ ttings 70Mirrors 72Electric windows 73
Presentation4Exterior 5Access6Interior 8Sitting comfortably 10Seeing clearly 12Ventilation 14Monitoring 15Passenger safety 16Driving safely 17Eco-driving 18
1. FAMILIARISATION4-194. TECHNOLOGY onBOARD 74-92
Trip computer 74Mode 75Parking sensors 78Reversing camera 79Pneumatic suspension 81Tachograph 83Audio system 84
2. READY TO GO 20-40
Remote control 20Key 22Conﬁ dential card 23Alarm 24Front - rear doors 25Load space 27Instrument panels 28Warning lamps 29Fuel gauge 36Temperature indicator 36Service indicator 37Lighting rheostat 37Gearbox and steeringwheel 38Starting and stopping 39Hill start assist 40
This symbol informs you of
equipment which is specific
to the combi model. Sliding side windows.
Rear heating / air
conditioning. Rear seats /
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5. SAFETY 93-1116. ACCESSORIES112-115
7. CHECKS 116-123
8. QUICK HELP124-140
9. TECHNICALD ATA141-154A
Parking brake 93Hazard warning lamps 93Horn 94ABS 94Emergency brakingassistance 94Anti-slip regulation (ASR) and electronic stabilityprogramme (ESP) 95Fixed speed limiter 97Seat belts 98Airbags 101Deactivating thepassenger airbag 102Child seats 104ISOFIX seats 106
Towing a trailer 112Roof bars 114Other accessories 114
Opening the bonnet 116Under the bonnet 117Levels 118Checks 120Fuel 123
Battery 124Changing a wheel 126Puncture repair kit 129Changing a bulb 131Changing a fuse 135Changing a wiperblade 139Being towed 140
Dimensions 142Engines 149Weights 150Identiﬁ cationmarkings 154
10. VISUAL SEARCH 155-159
Exterior 155Instruments andcontrols 156Interior 158Technical data - Maintenance 159
Child seats in the rear.
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Within the chapters symbols draw your attention to specific
information: This handbook is designed to familiarise you with the new vehicle
from the moment you get behind the wheel and to describe the
Reading the handbook is made easy by a content divided into
10 colour-coded chapters. Its sections cover, by theme, all of the
functions of the vehicle in its most complete specification.
Chapter 9 gives all of the technical data relating to your vehicle.
At the end of the document, diagrams of the outside and inside of
the vehicle will assist you in locating equipment or functions and
page numbers refer you to the relevant section of the handbook. directs you to the chapter and section which contains detailed
information concerning a function,
indicates important information relating to use of the equipment,
alerts you to the safety of individuals and equipment on board.
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This system is activated automatically
when reverse gear is engaged, with a
visual return on a screen that takes the
place of the interior rear view mirror.
After switching off the ignition, when you
leave the vehicle, the front lamps remain
on for a short period.
Opening the rear doors to 180°
Once the vehicle has been unlocked, the
rear doors can be opened to 180° to make
unloading/loading operations easier.
Rear parking sensors
This system warns you if an obstacle is
detected behind the vehicle when reverse
gear is engaged.
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Sliding side door
Pull the handle towards you then towards
Take care not to obstruct the guide space
on the floor so as to allow the door to slide
Take care to open the door fully so as to
engage the latch at the bottom of the door.
Do not drive with the sliding side door open.
Remote control key
Manual centralised controls
3 buttons Unfolding / Folding the key.
Unfolding / Folding the key.
Unlocking the cab.
Unlocking the load space.
Locking the vehicle. Locking the vehicle.
Unlocking the vehicle.
Locking / Unlocking the load space.
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Pull the handle towards you.
To close, start with the left-hand door then
close the right-hand door.
Opening to 180°
Press the button, located on the door trim
panel, to widen the angle of opening of the
Opening the fuel filler flap.
Hooking the fuel filler cap.
Capacity of the fuel tank: approximately
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Instruments and controls
Cruise control switch.
MODE, configuration and
personalisation / lighting dimmer /
headlamp beam height adjustment.
Lighting and direction indicator control
Instrument panel with screen.
Wiper / screenwash / trip computer
Driver's airbag / horn.