battery Citroen JUMPER 2012 2.G Owner's Manual
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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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This locks and unlocks the doors on the
vehicle, opens and closes the fuel filler cap,
as well as starting and stopping the engine.
REMOTE CONTROL BATTERY
Reference: CR 2032/3 volts.
Changing the remote control battery
- press the button to eject the key,
- turn the screw 1
from the closed padlock
to the open padlock using a screwdriver
with a thin lip,
- use the screwdriver as a lever to extract
the battery holder housing 2
- remove the housing and change the
observing the polarities,
- put the battery holder housing 2
inside the key and secure it by turning
the screw 1
There is a risk of damage if the
replacement battery is not of the
Only use batteries which are identical or of
an equivalent type to those recommended
by a CITROËN dealer. Take used batteries
to an authorised collection point.
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Instruments and controls
Solution - action
temperature on with the
needle in the red
zone. an abnormal increase. Park and switch off the ignition, allow the system to cool.
Visually check the level.
on H in the red
zone. a coolant temperature. Refer to the "Levels" section of chapter 7. Consult a
pressure on while driving. that the pressure is too low. Park and switch off the ignition, allow the lubrication
system to cool in order to check its level. Refer to the
"Levels" section of chapter 7.
even though the
level is correct. a major fault. Consult a CITROËN dealer.
flashing, for a
with a message
on the screen. that a service will soon be due. Refer to the list of checks in the servicing booklet then
carry out the CITROËN service.
Battery charge on. a malfunction of the charging
system. Check the battery terminals… Refer to the "Battery"
section of chapter 8.
ﬁ xed or ﬂ ashing in
spite of the checks. a circuit fault, an ignition or
injection malfunction. Consult a CITROËN dealer.
Door or bonnet
open detection on. that a door or the bonnet is not
closed correctly. Check that the cab doors, the rear and side doors and
the bonnet are closed.
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Steering mounted controls
You are advised to adjust the height of the
headlamp beams in accordance with the
load in your vehicle.
This function works in the dipped and main
beam headlamps position.
Press these controls, located
on the dashboard, several times
in succession to adjust the
An indicator lamp on the screen
indicates the adjustment position
selected (0, 1, 2, 3).
This system enables you to leave the lamps
on when parked; with the ignition off, key in
the STOP position or key removed.
Move the ring on the lighting stalk to
position O then to dipped or main beam
The warning lamp on the
instrument panel comes on.
The lamps will remain on while
you are parked.
Leaving the lighting on for long
periods may significantly reduce the state of
charge of your vehicle's battery.
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If your vehicle is fitted with a tachograph,
this permits storing of all of the data relating
to the vehicle in the unit and on a card
inserted in it.
Example: at the beginning of each journey
or change of team. When the card is inserted, all of the data
- displayed on the tachograph screen,
- transferred to external storage media via
an interface. For further information, refer to the
documents supplied by the manufacturer of
If your vehicle is fitted with a tachograph,
disconnection of the negative (-) terminal of
the battery (located under the floor on the
left-hand side, in the cab) is recommended if
the vehicle is not to be used for a period of
more than 5 days.
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Under the bonnet
Windscreen/headlamp wash reservoir.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
: 2.2 Iitre 100
: 2.2 Iitre 120
: 3.0 Iitre 160
Engine oil filler cap.
: 2.2 Iitre 100
: 2.2 Iitre 120
: 3.0 Iitre 160
Power steering reservoir. Battery connections:
+ Positive metal point.
- Negative metal point (earth).
UNDER THE BONNET
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Air filter and passenger compartment filter
A clogged passenger compartment ﬁ lter may
reduce the performance of the air conditioning
system and generate undesirable odours. The
replacement intervals for these components
are indicated in the servicing booklet.
Depending on the environment (dusty
atmosphere...) and the use of the vehicle
(urban driving...), change them twice as often
if necessary, refer to the "Under the bonnet"
section of chapter 7.
Have the level checked in accordance with
the manufacturer's servicing schedule.
To check the main levels and certain
components, in accordance with the
manufacturer's servicing schedule, refer to
the pages of the servicing booklet which
correspond to your vehicle's engine.
Only use products recommended by
CITROËN or products of equivalent quality
In order to optimise the operation of units as
important as the braking system, CITROËN
selects and offers specific products.
In order to avoid damaging the electrical
units, high pressure washing to clean the
engine compartment is strictly prohibited.
Where the parking brake travel is too great
or there is a reduction in the performance
of the system, the parking brake should be
adjusted, even between services.
Have the system checked by a CITROËN
Bleeding the water contained in
the Diesel filter
If this warning lamp comes on,
bleed the filter, otherwise bleed
regularly each time the engine oil
To drain the water out, unscrew the bleed
screw or the water in Diesel sensor, located
at the base of the filter. Leave open until
all of the water has been drained out. Then
tighten the bleed screw or the water sensor.
HDi engines use advanced technology. All
work requires a special qualification which is
guaranteed by a CITROËN dealer.
At the start of winter, have your battery
checked by a CITROËN dealer.
Brake pad wear depends on the style of
driving, in particular for vehicles which are
used in town, over short distances. It may
be necessary to check the thickness of the
pads, even between services.
Unless there is a leak on the system, a drop
in the brake fluid level indicates that the
brake pads are worn.
Brake disc/drum wear status
For any information relating to checking
the brake disc/drum wear status, contact a
Change the filter regularly, in accordance
with the servicing schedule.
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Low fuel level
When the fuel tank level E
(Empty) is reached, this warning
lamp comes on. At this moment,
you have enough fuel left to
drive approximately 30 miles (50 km)
depending on the driving conditions, the
engine and the profile of the road. Fill up
without delay to avoid running out of fuel. The fuel tank must be filled with the engine
- Open the fuel filler flap.
- Support the cap with one hand.
- With the other hand, insert the key, then
turn it anticlockwise.
- Remove the cap and hook it onto the
clip located on the inside of the flap.
A label affixed to the inside of the flap
reminds you of the type of fuel to be used.
When filling the fuel tank, do not continue
after the 3rd cut-off of the nozzle. This could
The capacity of the fuel tank is
- After filling the fuel tank, lock the cap
and close the flap.
FUEL SYSTEM CUT-OFF
In the event of a serious collision, a device
automatically cuts off the fuel supply
to the engine and the vehicle's electrical
FILLING WITH FUEL
Fuel tanks of different capacities,
60 and 125 litres, may be fitted. Check that there is no smell or leak of fuel
outside the vehicle.
Restore the supply by pressing:
- the first button,
located below the steering wheel.
- the second button, located in the
battery compartment, under the front
In low temperatures
In mountainous and/or cold areas, it is
advisable to use a "winter" type fuel suited
to low or minus temperatures.
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Positive metal point on your vehicle
Earth on your vehicle
Charging the battery using a charger
- disconnect the battery located in the
front left floor,
- follow the instructions for use given by
the battery charger manufacturer,
- reconnect starting with the negative (-)
- check that the terminals and connectors
are clean. If they are covered with
sulphate (white or greenish deposit),
disconnect them and clean them.
The charging operation must be carried
out in a ventilated area away from naked
flames or any possible sources of sparks to
eliminate the risk of explosion and fire.
Do not attempt to charge a frozen battery: it
must first be thawed to eliminate the risks of
explosion. If the battery has frozen, before
charging it have it checked by a specialist
who will check that the internal components
have not been damaged and that the
container is not cracked, which could mean
that there is a risk of a leak of toxic and
g from another battery
- connect the red cable to the metal
then to the positive (+) terminal
of the slave battery B
- connect one end of the green or black
cable to the negative (-) terminal of the
slave battery B
- connect the other end of the green or
black cable to the earth point C
- operate the starter, let the engine run,
- wait for the engine to return to idle, then
disconnect the cables.
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The batteries contain harmful
substances such as sulphuric acid and
lead. They must be discarded in accordance
with the provisions of the law and must not,
in any circumstances, be discarded with
Take used batteries to a special collection
It is advisable to disconnect the negative (-)
terminal of the battery if the vehicle is not to be
used for a period of more than one month.
Before disconnecting the battery, you must
wait for 2 minutes after switching off the
Never disconnect a terminal when the
engine is running.
Never charge a battery without first
disconnecting the terminals.
Close the windows and doors before
disconnecting the battery.
After every reconnection of the battery,
switch on the ignition and wait 1 minute
before starting to allow the electronic
systems to be initialised. If slight difficulties
are experienced after this, please contact a
If the battery has been disconnected
for some time, it may be necessary to
reinitialise the following functions:
- the display parameters (date, time,
language, distance unit and temperature
- the radio stations,
- the central locking.
Some settings are cleared and must be
reprogrammed, consult a CITROËN.
If your vehicle is fitted with a tachograph or
an alarm, disconnection of the negative (-)
terminal of the battery (located under the
floor on the left-hand side, in the cab) is
recommended if the vehicle is not to be used
for a period of more than 5 days.