brake sensor Citroen JUMPER 2012 2.G Owner's Manual
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Towing a trailer
towing a trailer on a slope
increases the coolant temperature.
As the fan is electrically controlled, its
cooling capacity is not dependent on the
On the contrary, use a high gear to lower the
engine speed and reduce your speed.
In all cases, pay attention to the coolant
check the tyre pressures of the
towing vehicle (see the "Identification
markings" section of chapter 9) and of
the trailer, observing the recommended
We recommend the use of original
CITROËN towbars and their harnesses,
which have been tested and approved from
the design stage of your vehicle and that
the fitting of this equipment is entrusted to a
If this equipment is not fitted by a CITROËN
dealer, it is imperative that it is fitted using
the electrical pre-equipment installed at the
rear of the vehicle and in accordance with
the manufacturer's instructions.
In certain cases of particularly arduous
use (towing the maximum load up a steep
slope in high temperatures), the engine
automatically limits its power. In this
case, the automatic cutting off of the air
conditioning allows the engine power to be
If the coolant temperature
warning lamp comes on, stop the
vehicle and switch off the engine
as soon as possible.
See the "Levels" section of chapter 7.
towing increases the braking
distance. Drive at a moderate speed,
change down early and brake gradually.
sensitivity to side wind is
increased. Drive smoothly and at a
the system only controls the vehicle,
not the trailer.
Rear parking sensors:
the system does not
operate while the vehicle is towing.
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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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Changing a fuse
PASSENGER'S SIDE DASHBOARD FUSES
- Remove the bolts and tilt the box to access the fuses.
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp
Minibus interior lighting - Hazard warning
Audio system - Diagnostic socket - Alarm siren - Programmable additional heating controls - Air conditioning
controls - Tachograph - Battery
Brake lamps switch - Third brake lamp - Instrument panel
ABS control unit and sensor - ASR sensor - ESP sensor - Brake lamps switch
Windscreen wiper motor
Driver's electric window motor
Passenger electric window motor
Audio system - Instrument panel controls
Airbags and pre-tensioners unit
Tachograph - Cruise control - Air conditioning controls - Reversing lamps - water in Diesel sensor
Left hand main beam headlamp
Right han main beam headlamp
Left hand foglamp
Right hand foglamp
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Rear lamps, direction indicators,3
rd brake lamp,foglamps 34, 42, 131, 134
Left-hand side:fuel ﬁ ller cap, fuel tank 123 Fuel cut-off 123
Load space 70-71 Rear doors 26
Number plate lamp 134
Parking sensors 78
Spare wheel, jack, changing a wheel, tools, puncture repair kit 126-130 Inﬂ ating, pressures 154
Towing, lifting 140 Towbar, towball 11 2-11 3
Accessories 114-11 5
Roof bars 11 4
Brakes, pads 11 8, 120ABS, Electronic brake force distribution94
EBA 94 ASR, ESP 95-96
Tyres, pressures 154
Pneumatic suspension 81
Key, remote control, battery 20-22 Starting 39-40
Central locking 27
Conﬁ dential card 23
Wiper blade 139
Door mirror 72
Side repeater 133
Front lamps, foglamps, direction indicators 131-133 Headlamp beam height adjustment 44
Headlamp wash 45 Changing bulbs 131-133
Opening/closing doors 25-27
Key 22 Opening the bonnet, stay 11 6
Mode - autoclose 76