RENAULT KANGOO VAN ZERO EMISSION 2017 X61 / 2.G Owners Manual
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iThe air flow is directed to the
windscreen demisting vents,
the side windows and the passenger
This is the recommended position for
the best temperature in cold weather.
óThe air flow is directed mainly
towards the footwells.
GThe air flow is directed to all air
vents and the footwells.
This is the recommended position for
the best temperature in hot weather.
JThe air flow is directed mainly
to the dashboard vents.
Turn the controls to the positions W:
– air from the outside;
– maximum temperature;
Using the climate control increases the
speed of demisting.
Adjusting the air temperature
Turn control 2 to obtain the desired
temperature. The further the pointer is
away from the heating stop position,
the higher the temperature will be.
If the outdoor temperature is too high,
the heating decreases automatically.
This limits energy consumption and
maintains the range of the vehicle.
HEATING, AIR-CONDITIONING (2/3)
When the air conditioning system is
used for long periods, it may begin to
feel cold. To increase the temperature,
turn control 2 to the right.
Distribution of air in the
Turn control 4 to position the pointer op-
posite the marked positions.
WThe air flow is directed to the
windscreen demisting vents
and the side windows. This position
prevents the formation of condensa-
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Adjusting the ventilation
Turn control 3 to one of the four posi-
tions to start the ventilation system and
adjust the power.
Select position 1 for minimum ventila-
tion and position 4 for maximum ven-
In this position:
– the air conditioning or heating stops automatically even if button 6 is acti-
vated and the warning light remains
– the ventilation speed of air in the passenger compartment is zero;
– there is, however, a slight flow of air when the vehicle is moving.
This position should not normally be
HEATING, AIR-CONDITIONING (3/3)
Air recirculation (isolation of
the passenger compartment)
Turn control 1 towards the air recircula-
In these conditions air is taken from the
passenger compartment and is recircu-
lated, with no air being taken from out-
side the vehicle.
Air recirculation operates as
– isolating the passenger compart- ment from the outside air (driving in
polluted areas, unpleasant odours,
– bringing the passenger compartment to the desired temperature as quickly
Prolonged use of this position can
lead to condensation forming on the
side windows and windscreen and
problems due to the use of non-re-
newed air in the passenger com-
We therefore advise you to return to
normal mode (external air) as soon
as the air recirculation function is no
longer required, by turning control 1
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AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING: programming (1/2)
Adjusting the programming
This function enables the electric net-
work (and the not the traction battery)
to be used under certain conditions, in
order to obtain a comfortable tempera-
ture prior to using the vehicle.
It triggers the heating in cold weather
and the air conditioning in warm
– The ignition must be switched off;
– the battery charging must be finished for the function to be triggered;
– the vehicle has to be plugged into the mains;
– the control 1 must be in position
at A to program the air conditioning
or at B to program the heating.
In cold weather (< 0°C), you are rec-
ommended to position the control 3
in air recirculation position and the
fan speed control 2 in position 2 or 3
only. This setting enables greater ef-
ficiency and lower energy consump-
tion in reaching the passenger com-
partment ambient temperature.
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AIR CONDITIONING/HEATING: programming (2/2)
Activating the function
– With the ignition on, position the con-trol 1 in one of the
– turn off the ignition. The “COMFORT” message and the programmed time
are displayed on the instrument
panel for a few seconds;
– charge your vehicle;
The function triggers on the hour pre-
ceding the hour programmed in order to
reach a comfortable temperature.
Automatically switching off the
– About 30 minutes after the pro- grammed time;
– if the charging socket is discon- nected;
– if control 1 is not in one of the
Setting the start time for the
– To programme the start time, use buttons C and D to navigate through
the menu until message COMFORT
– hold down button D on stalk 5 - the
– press button C to adjust them; – hold down button
D on stalk 5 - the
– press button C to adjust them;
– confirm by pressing button D on
The message “COMFORT PROG” and
the programmed time are displayed on
the instrument panel 4.
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Conditions of use
– The engine must be running;
– switch 4 must be engaged;
– the ventilation control 2 should not
be at position 0;
– the temperature control 1 should not
be at the “Heating off” position 3;
– The fuel level should not be at mini- mum.
ADDITIONAL HEATING (1/2)
Depending on the vehicle, the addi-
tional heating is designed to heat the
passenger compartment. Powered
by a dedicated fuel tank (please see
“Additional heating tank” in Section 1),
this increases the comfort level without
reducing vehicle range.
Switching on this additional heating de-
activates other heating methods and
When the fuel reaches the minimum
level, a warning light will come on
on the instrument panel. After a few
minutes of operation, a message on
the instrument panel will tell you that
the additional heating is switched
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ADDITIONAL HEATING (2/2)
If the additional heating does not switch
– start the vehicle;
– switch on the heating by pressing switch 4;
– wait for 5 minutes;
– turn off the heater;
– switch off your vehicle ignition;
– restart the operation 4 or 5 times.
If the additional heating still fails to op-
erate, please contact an authorised
With the engine running, press switch 4.
The operation cuts out:
– when the ignition is switched off;
– after a few minutes, when the mini- mum fuel level has been reached.
With the engine running,
when you open the driv-
er’s door, a message will
appear on the instrument
panel along with a beep to tell you
to switch off the additional heating.
Warnings concerning the
use of additional heating
– Do not operate the ad-
ditional heating in an en-
closed location; exhaust fumes
– Do not park the vehicle or oper- ate the additional heating in lo-
cations where flammable mate-
rial or substances such as grass
or leaves can come into contact
with a hot exhaust system.
– Do not operate the additional heating when filling the fuel tank.
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AIR CONDITIONING: information and advice on use.
Do not open the refriger-
ant fluid circuit. The fluid
may damage eyes or skin.
As a general rule, contact your ap-
proved Dealer in the event of an oper-
– Reduction in de-icing, demisting or air conditioning performance.
This may be caused by the passen-
ger compartment filter cartridge be-
– No cold air is being produced.
Check that the controls are set cor-
rectly and that the fuses are sound.
Otherwise, switch off the system.
Presence of water under the
After prolonged use of the air condi-
tioning system, it is normal for water
to be present under the vehicle. This is
caused by condensation.
It is normal to notice an increase in
energy usage when the air conditioning
Switch off the system when it is not re-
Advice for reducing consumption
and helping to preserve the environ-
Drive with the air vents on and the win-
If the vehicle has been parked in the
sun, open the doors for a few moments
to let the hot air escape before starting
Refer to the Maintenance Document
for your vehicle for the inspection fre-
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The presence and location of this
equipment depends on the vehicle’s
1 Multimedia touchscreen;
2 multimedia sockets;
4 steering column control.
To operate this equipment: please
refer to the instructions for the equip-
ment which should be kept with the
other vehicle documentation.
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INTERIOR LIGHTING (1/2)
Luggage compartment light A(depending on vehicle)
Tilt the switch 2 for permanent lighting.
Unlocking and opening the doors or
luggage compartment switches on
the timed courtesy lights.
Pressing switch 1 gives:
– permanent lighting;
– intermittent lighting, which comes on when a door is opened. It goes out
when the doors concerned are prop-
– immediate switching off.
Luggage compartment light B(depending on vehicle)
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Depending on the vehicle, remote un-
locking of the doors triggers timed light-
ing of the passenger compartment. If
one of the front or rear doors is opened,
the period for which the light is switched
on will start again.
Then the courtesy light and the luggage
compartment light dim and go out.
The lighting timer will cut out for vari-
– if a door has been open for 15 min-utes;
– if all the doors have been closed for 15 seconds or 5 minutes, depending
on the vehicle;
– when the ignition is switched on.
INTERIOR LIGHTING (2/2)
Sliding side door light C(depending on vehicle)
Pressing switch 3 gives:
– permanent lighting;
– light when the sliding side door is opened. It goes out when the door in
question is correctly closed;
– immediate switching off.