Peugeot Expert Tepee 2014 Owner's Manual
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You can find your handbook on the PEUGEOT website, under "MyPeugeot". Referring to the handbook on-line also gives you access to the latest information available, easily identified by the bookmark, associated with this symbol:
If the "MyPeugeot" function is not available on the PEUGEOT public website for your country, you can find your handbook at the following address: http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com/ddb/
The Vehicle documentation link in the home page (no registration is needed), the language, the vehicle, its body style, the print edition of your handbook appropriate for the date of registration of your vehicle.
You have access to your handbook on line, together with the latest information, identified by the symbol:
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The new Expert Tepee has been designed to satisfy all your
requirements in terms of practicality, comfort, safety and
aesthetics. In order to get the most out of your vehicle, we
suggest that you take a tour, from the cab to the seating area,
with the "Handbook" in front of you.
The handbook presents the operation of the equipment
available on board in detail.
Your vehicle is fitted with only some of the equipment described
in this document, depending on its trim level, version and the
specification for the country in which it was sold. Please note the following point: the fitting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not recommended by PEUGEOT
may result in a failure of your vehicle's electronic system.
Please note this specific warning. It is advisable to contact a
PEUGEOT dealer to be shown the recommended equipment and
PEUGEOT thanks you for your confidence and wishes you
very happy motoring.
For any work on your vehicle, use a qualified workshop that has
the technical information, competence and equipment required,
which a PEUGEOT dealer is able to provide.
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Remote control 20Key 21Alarm 22Doors 23Instrument panel 27Adjusting the time 28Warning lamps 29
Fuel gauge 35Coolant 35Tyre under-inflation detection 36Service indicator 38Lighting dimmer 395-speed manual gearbox 406-speed manual gearbox 40Automatic gearbox 41Gear shift indicator 44Steering wheel adjustment 44Starting and stopping 45
Controls for 46 lighting 46 wipers 49Cruise control 51Fixed speed limiter 53Speed limiter 54Heating / air conditioning,
manual 57 digital 59Demisting and defrosting 63Rear ventilation 65Additional heating 66Seats 692-seat front bench 71Rear seats 73Seat and bench configuration 80Cab fittings 81Courtesy lamps 84Toll cards/car park tickets 85Seating area fittings 85Rear suspension 88Mirrors 91Electric windows 93
Presentation 4Exterior 6Sitting comfortably 11Seeing clearly 13Driving safely 14Cab fittings 15Rear fittings 15
Child safety 16Ventilation 17Eco-driving 18
Parking brake 94Hazard warning lamps 94Parking sensors 95Horn 96Anti-lock braking system (ABS) 96Emergency braking assistance 96ASR and DSC 97"Grip control" 98Seat belts 100Airbags 103Lateral airbags 105Front airbags 106Child seats 107Deactivating the passenger's front airbag 108ISOFIX mountings 111Recommended seats 115
2. READY TO SET OFF 20-454. SAFETY 94-1181. FAMILIARISATION 4-193. EASE OF USE and COMFORT 46-93
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The "Technology on board"
section presents the new audio/
Towing a trailer 119Other accessories 121
Opening the bonnet 122Diesel engines 123Petrol engine 124Levels 125Checks 127Fuel 130Fuel cut-off 131Diesel priming pump 131
Battery 133Puncture repair kit 135Changing a wheel 137Removable snow screen 141Snow chains 142Changing a bulb 143 a fuse 148 a wiper blade 152Towing the vehicle 153Environment 155
Dimensions 156Weights 160Identification markings 162
Emergency or assistance 9.1PEUGEOT Connect Navigation (RT6)PEUGEOT Connect Navigation (RT6)PEUGEOT 9.3PEUGEOT Connect Sound 9.63
9. TECHNOLOGY on BOARD5. ACCESSORIES 119-121
6. CHECKS 122-132
7. QUICK HELP 133-155
8. TECHNICAL DATA 156-162
10. VISUAL SEARCH 163-169
The "Visual Search" section
assists you in finding the
controls and functions and their
associated page numbers on
the schematic outlines of the
vehicle (visual index).
PEUGEOT Connect is the
name given to all of the
new equipment of the radio/
Exterior 163Instruments and controls 164Interior 166Technical data - Maintenance 167
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Within the chapters, symbols draw your attention to specific
This handbook has been designed to familiarise you with your
new vehicle from the moment you get behind the wheel and to
describe the operating features.
Reading the handbook is made easy with the content consisting
of 10 identified chapters, which can be located by means of a
colour code specific to each one. Its sections cover, by subject, all
of the functions of the vehicle in its most complete specification.
Chapter 8 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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: section identification
: page identification 135
Repairing a wheel Parking sensors
Changing a wheel
Side-hinged rear doors
Key - Remote control
Sliding side door
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Opening the bonnet 123
Towing eye 122
Partially open the bonnet, lift the safety
catch and raise the bonnet.
Secure the stay in one of the two notches,
according to the height required, to hold the
Lift the cover at the foot of the left-hand
seat and pull the release lever upwards.
At the front, unclip the cover by pressing it
at the bottom.
At the rear, unclip the cover using a coin or
the flat part of the towing eye. Take care when working under the bonnet.
Refer to "Levels" in section 6 for advice on use of the fluids.