Peugeot Expert VU 2009 Owner's Manual
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Within the chapters symbols draw your attention to specific
This handbook is designed to familiarise you with
the new vehicle
from the moment you get behind the wheel and to des cribe the
Reading the handbook is made easy by a content con sisting of
10 identified chapters which can be located by mean s of a colour
code specific to each one. Its sections cover, by t heme, all of the
functions of the vehicle in its most complete speci fication.
PUTS AN INTERNET SITE AT YOUR DISPOSAL
http://public.servicebox.peugeot.com , select:
- your model,
- the body type: saloon, CC, SW, estate, van…,
- the period corresponding to the date of first registration,
- the "Latest Information" section.
The technical data, equipment and accessories may
during the year. To obtain this new data, refer to the "Latest
Information" section on the SERVICE BOX Internet si te free of
charge. Chapter 8 indicates all of the technical data rela
ting to your
vehicle. At the end of the document, diagrams of th e outside
and inside of the vehicle will assist you in locati ng equipment or
functions and page numbers refer you to the relevan t section of
the handbook. directs you to the chapter and section which conta
information concerning a function,
indicates important information relating to use of the equipment,
alerts you to the safety of individuals and equipm ent on board.
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: chapter identification
: page identification
Key - Remote control
Complete locking of the vehicle.
Unlocking of the load space only.
First press: unlocking of the cab,
second press: unlocking of the rear
Sliding side door
Pull the handle towards you then
towards the rear and open the door
guiding the rearward sliding until the
point of resistance has been passed.
If fitted on your vehicle, do not open the
left-hand side door while filling with fuel
as this may damage the fuel filler flap.
Door open warning light
If this comes on, a door is not closed correctly.
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Hinged rear doors
This control permits opening to
- Automatic correction
- Manual correction
Changing a wheel
In bad weather or in winter, check
that the sensors are not covered with
mud, ice or snow.
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Diesel engines Petrol engine
Opening the bonnet
Lift the cover located at the foot of the left-
hand seat and pull the control 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.
Partially open the bonnet, lift the control and
raise the bonnet.
Secure the strut in one of the two notches,
according to the height required, to hold
the bonnet open.
Take care when carrying out work under the bonnet.
Refer to the "Levels" section of chapter 7 for ins tructions for use of the fluids.
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INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1. Lights and direction indicators stalk.
2. Instrument panel with display.
3. Wipers, wash-wipe, trip computer
4. Gear lever.
6. Audio equipment controls.
7. Driver's air bag, horn.
8. Steering wheel height and depth
9. Headlamp beam adjustment.
10. Cruise control, speed limiter switch.
11. 12 volt accessories socket
(120 W max) of the lighter type.
13. Glove box, auxiliary socket,
passenger air bag disarming switch.
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CENTRE CONSOLE AND OVERHEAD
1. Location of the controls:
- central locking/unlocking,
- locking/unlocking of the load space.
2. Heating and/or air conditioning
3. Location of the ticket/card storage or
- deactivation of the ESP,
- disarming of the interior protection alarm, alarm diode,
- deactivation of the parking assistance.
4. CD changer or storage compartment.
5. Audio equipment or storage
6. Central adjustable vents.
7. Hazard warning lights button.
8. Display or storage compartment.
9. Courtesy light.
10. Warning lights:
- passenger air bag disarmed.
11. Location of the ticket/card storage,
heated seat controls.
ADJUSTING THE TIME - a centre console with display: refer
to the "Adjusting the date and time"
section of chapter 4,
- a centre console without display: refer to the "Instruments and controls"
section of chapter 2.
Depending on the configuration of your
vehicle, you have either:
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1. Forwards-backwards adjustment.
5. Head restraint height.
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Seat belts Steering wheel
Electric adjustments, electric folding/
Adjust the height and depth of the steering
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SEE CLEARLY 37
Main beam headlamps (blue).
Dipped headlamps (green). Wipers stalk
AUTO , press the stalk down.
AUTO, automatic switching
on of the lights.
40 Changing bulbs
In bad weather or in winter, check that the
lights are not covered with mud or snow.
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Speed limiter 45
Receive a call. Make a call. 42
The lowest speed which can be
programmed is 20 mph (30 km/h).
The vehicle speed must be higher than
25 mph (40 km/h) with at least 4th gear
This audio equipment incorporates a hard
disc with a capacity of 10 Gb, reserved for
The Jukebox function permits the selective
playing of up to 10 hours of music. The
detailed map of Europe is stored on this
hard disc, without the addition of a CD. It is
displayed on the 16/9ths 7" colour display
and offers a 3D view.
Via your SIM card, the GSM hands-free
telephone also provides access to the
PEUGEOT emergency team
(subject to conditions).
This ergonomic audio equipment offers a
map of Europe on SD Card, a Bluetooth
telephone connection and the playing of