Peugeot 206 CC 2001.5 Owner's Manual
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1Side windows demisting vents
2 Adjustable side vent
3 Passenger air bag
4 Windscreen demisting vents
5 Multi-function display
6 Central locking control*
7 Hazard warning lights switch
9 Central adjustable vents
10 Instrument panel lightingrheostat
11 Lighting and fog lamps switch
12 Driver's air bag/ horn 13
14 Passenger air bag disarmingswitch*
15 Windscreen wash/wipe stalk
16 Alarm button*
17 Radio steering column stalk
18 Headlamp height adjustment
19 Steering wheel heightadjustment control
20 Fuse box
21 Glove box
22 Electric retractable roofcontrol
23 Electric windows switch
24 Electric mirrors switch 25
27 Gear lever
28 Front ashtray
29 Switch for heating, ventila-tion, air conditioning andrear screen and mirrorsdemisting
30 Glove box
31 Bonnet opening control
* According to specification.
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7YOUR AT A GLANCE
STARTING The four positions of the key in the ignition:
the ignition is off.
1st notch, Accessories position:
the ignition is off but the accesso-ries can be used.
2nd notch, Running position:
the ignition is on.
operates the starter. Steering lock Before starting, unlock the stee-
ring if necessary, by gentlyturning the steering wheel at the
same time as you turn the key. It is advisable to press the clutch pedal while operating the starter
to make starting easier. Starting an engine
Do not press the accelerator.
Operate the starter, without
releasing the key, until theengine turns.
THE KEYS The keys operate
the locks for the boot (opening), the fuel filler flap, the steeringlock and the glove box as well asoperating the passenger air bagdisarming switch. Central locking
From the driver's door, the keys allow you to:
Ð simultaneously lock the doors and the boot,
Ð simultaneously unlock the doors alone.
You can only unlock the boot by using the boot lock. The remote control* Pressing button A
allows you to lock the doors and bootby remote control.This is confirmed bythe fixed lighting ofthe direction indica-tors for approxima-tely two seconds. Pressing button B
allows you to unlock
the doors alone. This is confir-med by the rapid flashing ofthe direction indicators forapproximately two seconds.
* According to specification.
Never race a cold engine.
Never run the engine in anenclosed space. Do not make any modications to the steering lock.
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RETRACTABLE ROOF Opening the roof Ensure that the screen 1is hoo-
ked on (nothing must be placed on the screen; if there is luggagein the boot, it must not cause thescreen to lift up).
Check that there are noobjects on the rear shelf.
When stationary, with the
handbrake applied, turn theignition key to position M.
Completely release the twohooks 2; this operation is vali-
dated by an audible signal.
Press on button 3until you
hear a signal to indicate thatthe roof opening operation iscomplete.
Note:during this operation, thewindows open. Closing the roof
When stationary , with the
handbrake applied, turn the ignition key to position M.
Press button 3 until you hear a
signal to indicate that the roofopening operation is complete.
Lock the two hooks 2.
Note: the window control
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The roof must not be operated when a loa-ded luggage carrier isfitted on the boot lid.
During roof opening or closingoperations, to avoid risk of inju-
ry, ensure that no-one is in theproximity of the moving parts.
If there is any danger, relea- se the control switch; the
operation will stop instantly. Never release button 3 for any length of time, nor swit-
ch off the ignition, when theroof is in an intermediateposition (neither completelyopen nor completely closed).
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ELECTRIC WINDOWS 1. Driver's electric windows
2. Passenger's electric win- dows switch
These control the front window and the rear quarter panel win-dow on their respective sides. Manual operation Press the switch (to open) or pull it (to close) without goingbeyond the point of resistance.The window stops as soon asthe switch is released. The rear quarter panel window can only open when the frontwindow is completely open,after being inactive for onesecond.
The windows open automatically(with the ignition key in theRunning or Engine on position).
Press the switch past the pointof resistance :
Ð a brief press opens the front window completely ; then ano-ther brief press completelyopens the rear quarter panel
Ð a long press opens the front window completely, then the
rear quarter panel window.
¥ Closing Only the front window on the driver's side closes automatically(engine running or vehicle beingdriven), when the rear quarterpanel window is closed. Briefly pull the switch past the point of resistance to comple-tely close the front window onthe driver's side.
Note: the window switches are
inoperative when the roof isbeing adjusted.
Turn knob 3to the right or to the
left to select the corresponding
mirror. Move knob 3in all four directions
Electrically folding mirrorsWith the ignition on, turn knob 3to
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ELECTRONIC IMMOBILISER This locks the engine control system a few moments after theignition has been switched off andtherefore prevents starting of thevehicle by anyone who does not
have the key. Operation Each key has an electronic chip, which has a special code. When the ignition is switched on, the key code is recognised andstarting is possible. If the key does not have a code
or has a different code from that
stored in the system memory, thevehicle will not start.Additional key
You can store up to 5 keys in the
memory. If you require an additional key or
wish to change a faulty key, you
must visit a PEUGEOT dealerwith the confidential card and allthe keys in your possession. Key in ignition If you leave the key in the igni- tion, a buzzer reminds you of this
when opening the driver's door.
Confidential card This contains the identification combination, which is required ifany work is carried out on the
system by a PEUGEOT dealer.This combination is concealed bya film, which must not be remo-ved unless required. Keep your card in a safe place, never in your vehicle.
When buying a second-hand car:
¥ ensure that you are given the confidential card;
¥ iit is advisable to have the key codes memorised by a
PEUGEOT dealer to ensure that the keys in your possession are the only ones which can start the vehicle.
Do not make any modifications to the PEUGEOT electronic immobilser system.
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STEERING WHEEL CONTROLS Lights stalk Front and rear lights(ring A)
Lights off Side lights
Dipped / main beam headlamps Automatic lighting of headlamps*
Front/rear fog lamps (bague B)
Front fog lamps (1strotation of the ring for-wards)
Front and rear fog lamps (2nd rotationof the ring for-wards) Windscreen wipers
2. Fast wipe
1. Normal wipe
I. Intermittent wipe
AUTO Automatic wipe*
. Single wipe
Automatic wipe* In the "AUTO" position, the wiper
operates automatically and adjusts
its speed to the intensity of the rainfall.
* According to specification Windscreen wash Pull the windscreen wiper stalk towards you.
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FRONT SEATS1 - Forwards/backwards
Lift the control and slide the seat forwards or backwards.
2 - Access to rear seats Place your fingers in one ofthe handles and pushforwards to fold down the seatback and move the seatforwards. On repositioning,the seat returns to its originalposition.
3 - Head restraint Height adjustment:
- to lift the head restraint,push it upwards;
- to lower it, press the lug and slide downwards.
The setting is correct whenthe upper edge of the headrestraint is level with the topof the head.
To remove the head restraint, press the lug.
4 - Seat back angle adjustment Push the control towards the
5 - Driver's seat height adjustment
Pull the control upwards. Remove your weight from the seat to raise, or press on the
seat to lower.
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STEERING WHEEL HEIGHT ADJUSTMENT Lower the lever to release the steering wheel. Adjust to the required height and raise the lever to lock the stee-ring wheel. OPENING THE BONNET Inside the vehicle:
handle. Outside the vehicle: lift the catch
and lift the bonnet. Secure the strut to hold the bonnet open.
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FRONT AIR BAGS Disarming the passenger air bag Insert the ignition key in the switch 1and turn it to:
Ð the ONposition; the passenger
air bagis armed,
Ð tthe OFF position; the passenger
air bag is disarmed.
With the ignition on (2nd notch), illu-mination of this warning light,accompanied by an audible signaland the message "Passenger air
bag disarmed" on the multi-func-
tion display, indicates that the pas-senger air bag is disarmed (switch inthe "OFF" position).
The warning light remains on throu-ghout the disarming process. Precautions regarding thepassenger air bag
Vehicle fitted with a passenger air bag disarming switch:
Ð disarm the air
bag if you install a rearwards-facing child seat
Ð arm the air bag for an adult pas-
Vehicle not fitted with a passen-ger air bag disarming switch:
Ð do not install a rearwards-facing child seat on thefront passengerseat.
Never place your feet or anyobject on the fascia panel. ''ISOFIX'' MOUNTINGS
Available on the front passenger seat, Isofix mountings allow fit-ting of a
special child seat* sold
by PEUGEOT dealers. The locks incorporated in the child seat fit onto the ''Isofix''mountings, ensuring reliable,
safe and fast assembly. Thechild seat must be fitted in therearwards facing position for chil-dren less than 13kg (in this
event it is essential to disarmthe passenger air bag). Follow the instructions for fitting the child seat in the installationbrochure.