Citroen Berlingo - 2012 - ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Berlingo - 2012 - ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

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Contents
CONTENTS
9.
TECHNOLOGY on
BOARD
5. ACCESSORIES 127-130
6. CHECKS
131-140
7. QUICK HELP
141-161
Emergency
or assistance
9.1
MyWay
9.3
Audio system
9.37
Towing a trailer
127
Other accessories
129
Opening the bonnet
132
Petrol engine
133
Diesel engine
134
Levels
135
Checks
137
Fuel
139
Fuel cut-off
140
Diesel priming pump
140
Battery
141
Puncture repair kit
143
Changing a wheel
144
Removable
snow screen
148
Changing a bulb
149
a fuse
154
a windscreen
wiper blade
158
Being towed
159
8.
TECHNICAL
DATA
162-168
Dimensions
162
Weights
166
Identi
cation
markings
167
10. VISUAL SEARCH
169-173
Exterior
169
Instruments
and controls
170
Interior
172
Technical data -
Maintenance
173
The "Location" section
assists you in
nding the
controls and functions
and their associated page
numbers on the schematic
outlines of the vehicle
(visual index).
The "Technology on board"
section presents the new
radio/navigation systems.
133
CHECKS
6
Under the bonnet
PETROL ENGINE
1.
Screenwash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Engine coolant header tank.
4.
Brake and clutch
uid reservoir.
5.
Air
lter.
6.
Engine oil dipstick.
7.
Engine oil
ller cap.
8.
Power steering
uid reservoir.
Battery connections:
+ Positive terminal.
-
Negative point (earth).
Take care when working under the
bonnet.
134
Under the bonnet
DIESEL ENGINE
4.
Brake and clutch
uid reservoir.
5.
Air
lter.
6.
Engine oil dipstick.
7.
Engine oil
ller cap.
8.
Power steering
uid reservoir.
9.
Priming pump.
1.
Screenwash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Engine coolant header tank.
Battery connections:
+ Positive terminal.
-
Negative point (earth).
Take care when working under the bonnet.
154
Changing a fuse
CHANGING A FUSE
The fuseboxes are located:
-
in the lower dashboard on the left-
hand side (behind the cover),
-
under the bonnet (near the battery).
The information given concerns only
those fuses which can be changed by
the user using the tweezer, located
behind the dashboard storage
compartment on the right-hand side.
For any other work, visit a CITROËN
dealer or a quali
ed workshop.
Removing and fitting a fuse
Always replace a failed fuse with a
fuse of the same rating.
Motor trade technicians: for
complete information on the fuses
and relays, refer to the "Repair
Manual" diagrams via the dealer
network.
CITROËN will not accept responsibility
for the cost incurred in repairing
your vehicle or for rectifying the
malfunctions resulting from the
installation of accessories not
supplied and not recommended by the
CITROËN network and not installed
in accordance with its instructions,
in particular when the combined
consumption of all of the additional
equipment connected exceeds
10 milliamperes.
Before replacing a fuse, the cause of
the incident must be identi
ed and
recti
ed.
Use the tweezer.
155
7
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
DASHBOARD FUSES
Tilt the cover to gain access to the
fuses.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
15
Rear wiper
2
-
Not used
3
5
Airbag
4
10
Air conditioning, diagnostic socket, mirror control,
headlamp beam
5
30
Electric windows
6
30
Locks
7
5
Rear courtesy lamp, front map reading lamp, roof
console
8
20
Audio equipment, screen, tyre under-in
ation
detection, alarm and siren
9
30
Front and rear 12V socket
10
15
Central column
11
15
Low current ignition switch
12
15
Rain and sunshine sensor, airbag
13
5
Instrument panel
14
15
Parking sensors, digital air conditioning controls,
hands-free phone kit
15
30
Locks
16
-
Not used
17
40
Rear screen/mirrors demist/defrost
156
Changing a fuse
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT FUSES
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
-
Not used
2
-
Not used
3
-
Not used
4
15
Folding mirrors relay
5
15
Refrigeration equipment socket relay
157
7
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
FUSES UNDER THE BONNET
After opening the bonnet, unclip and tilt
the corresponding box to gain access
to the fuses.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
20
Engine management
2
15
Horn
3
10
Front and rear wash-wipe pump
4
20
Headlamp wash pump
5
15
Engine components
6
10
Steering wheel angle sensor, ESP
7
10
Brake switch, clutch switch
8
25
Starter
9
10
Headlamp beam motor, parc management unit
10
30
Engine components
11
40
Not used
12
30
Wipers
13
40
Built-in systems interface
14
30
Pump
15
10
Right-hand main beam headlamp
16
10
Left-hand main beam headlamp
17
15
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp
18
15
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp
171
Instruments and controls
VISUAL SEARCH
10
Dashboard, passenger
compartment fuses
155, 156
Opening the bonnet
132
Rear view mirror
102
Toll cards, car park tickets
102
Child surveillance mirror
102
In-car technology
Section 9
- Audio system
- MyWay
Controls
- central locking
28
- electric child lock
125
- electric windows
103
- hazard warning lamps
104
Emergency or roadside
assistance call
Section 9
Electronic gearbox
42
Heating, ventilation
- heating
61
- air conditioning A/C
62
Digital air conditioning
63-64
Demisting/defrosting
65-66
Courtesy lamps
94, 151
Front
ttings
84-86
- glove box,
- overhead storage,
- console,
- sun visor,
- bottle holder,
- bag holder,
- drawers,
- storage compartment.
Screens, display
29, Section 9
Setting the time in
the screen
Section 9
"Grip control"
109-110
173
Technical data - Maintenance
VISUAL SEARCH
10
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Identi
cation markings,
serial number,
paint code, tyres
167
Windscreen/headlamp wash,
levels
136
Changing bulbs, lighting
149-153
Checks
137-138
- battery,
- gearbox,
-
air
lter/passenger compartment
lter,
- oil
lter,
- particle emission
lter,
- parking brake,
- brake pads,
- brake drums, discs.
Engine fuses
157
Under the bonnet
- Diesel
134
- petrol
133
Fuel cut-off, Diesel priming
140
Dimensions
162-165
Weights
166
Opening the bonnet, stay
132
Levels
135-136
- Diesel additive,
- engine oil dipstick,
- power steering
uid,
- brake
uid,
- coolant.
Bleeding water, Diesel
lter
138
Warning lamps
31-36
Changing a wiper blade
158
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Contents
CONTENTS
Emergency
or assistance
9.
1
MyWay
9.
3
Audio system
9.37
Towing a trailer
10
0
Trade range
10
1
Other accessories
10
1
Telematic unit
10
2
Opening the bonnet
10
4
Petrol engine
10
5
Diesel engine
10
6
Levels
10
7
Checks
10
9
Fuel
11
1
Fuel cut-off
11
2
Diesel priming pump
11
2
Battery
11
3
Changing a wheel
11
5
Removable
snow screen
11
9
Changing a bulb
12
0
a fuse
12
5
a windscreen
wiper blade
12
9
Being towed
13
0
Dimensions
13
2
Weights
13
7
Identi
cation
markings
13
8
Exterior
13
9
Instruments
and controls
14
0
Interior
14
2
Technical data -
Maintenance
14
3
9.
TECHNOLOGY on
BOARD
5. ACCESSORIES
100-102
7. QUICK HELP
113-131
10. VISUAL SEARCH
139-144
6. CHECKS
103-112
8.
TECHNICAL
DATA
132-138
The "Location" section assists
you in
nding the controls
and functions and their
associated page numbers on
the schematic outlines of the
vehicle (visual index).
The "Technology on board"
section presents the new
radio/navigation systems.
105
CHECKS
6
Under the bonnet
PETROL ENGINE
1.
Screenwash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Engine coolant header tank.
4.
Brake and clutch
uid reservoir.
5.
Air
lter.
6.
Engine oil dipstick.
7.
Engine oil
ller cap.
8.
Power steering
uid reservoir.
Battery connections:
+
Positive terminal.
-
Negative point (earth).
Take care when working under
the bonnet.
106
Under the bonnet
DIESEL ENGINE
4.
Brake and clutch
uid reservoir.
5.
Air
lter.
6.
Engine oil dipstick.
7.
Engine oil
ller cap.
8.
Power steering
uid reservoir.
9.
Priming pump.
1.
Screenwash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Engine coolant header tank.
Battery connections:
+
Positive terminal.
-
Negative point (earth).
Take care when working under the bonnet.
125
7
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
CHANGING A FUSE
The fuseboxes are located:
-
in the lower dashboard on the left-
hand side (behind the cover),
-
under the bonnet (near the battery).
If
tted on your vehicle, an additional
fusebox is used for towing, the
towbar and the connections for
the coachbuilder and platform cab
modi
cations. It is located on the right
behind the load retaining partition.
The indications communicated
are only those fuses which can be
changed by the user using the tweezer,
located behind the dashboard storage
compartment on the right-hand side.
For any other work, visit a CITROËN
dealer or a quali
ed workshop.
Removing and fitting a fuse
Always replace a failed fuse with
a fuse of the same rating.
CITROËN will not accept responsibility
for the cost incurred in repairing
your vehicle or for rectifying the
malfunctions resulting from the
installation of accessories not
supplied and not recommended by the
CITROËN network and not installed
in accordance with its instructions,
in particular when the combined
consumption of all of the additional
equipment connected exceeds
10 milliamperes.
Motor trade technicians: for
complete information on the fuses
and relays, refer to the "Repair
manual" diagram via the dealer
network.
Before replacing a fuse, the cause
of the incident must be found and
recti
ed.
-
Use the tweezer.
126
Changing a fuse
DASHBOARD FUSES
Tilt the cover to gain access to the
fuses.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
15
Rear wiper
2
-
Not used
3
5
Airbags
4
10
Air conditioning, diagnostic socket, mirror control,
headlamp beam
5
30
Electric windows
6
30
Locks
7
5
Rear courtesy lamp, front map reading lamp,
roof console
8
20
Audio equipment, screen, tyre under-in
ation
detection, alarm and siren
9
30
Front and rear 12V socket
10
15
Central column
11
15
Low current ignition switch
12
15
Rain and sunshine sensor, airbag
13
5
Instrument panel
14
15
Parking sensors, digital air conditioning controls,
hands-free kit
15
30
Locks
16
-
Not used
17
40
Heated rear screen/mirrors
127
7
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT FUSES
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
-
Not used
2
-
Not used
3
-
Not used
4
15
Folding mirrors relay
5
15
Refrigeration equipment socket relay
TOWING / TOWBAR /
COACHBUILDERS / PLATFORM
CAB FUSES
The designations communicated are
an indication only as this additional
box relates to other information which
depends on the converter-coachbuilder
for which the handbook cannot be
used as a technical support.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
15
Not used
2
15
Ignition, generator operating relay
3
15
Trailer 12V supply
4
15
Permanent supply for the modi
ers
5
40
Hazard warning lamps
128
Changing a fuse
FUSES UNDER THE BONNET
After opening the bonnet, unclip and tilt
the box to gain access to the fuses.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
20
Engine management
2
15
Horn
3
10
Front and rear screenwash pump
4
20
Headlamp wash pump or LED
5
15
Engine components
6
10
Steering wheel angle sensor, ESP
7
10
Brake switch, clutch switch
8
25
Starter
9
10
Headlamp beam motor,
parc management unit
10
30
Engine components
11
40
Not used
12
30
Wipers
13
40
Built-in systems interface
14
30
Pump
15
10
Right-hand main beam headlamp
16
10
Left-hand main beam headlamp
17
15
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp
18
15
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp
141
Instruments and controls
VISUAL SEARCH
10
Heating, ventilation
- heating
59
- air conditioning
60
Digital air conditioning
61-62
Demisting/defrosting
63-64
Rear view mirror
79
Toll cards, car park tickets
79
Controls
- central locking
26
- load space locking
26
- electric windows
80
- hazard warning lamps
81
Electronic gearbox
40-42
Cab
ttings
70-71
- glove box,
- overhead storage,
- console,
- sun visor,
- bottle holder,
- bag holder,
- storage compartments under
seats,
- storage compartment.
Screens, display
27, Section 9
Setting the time in
the screen
Section 9
Dashboard, passenger
compartment fuses
125-127
Opening the bonnet
104
On-board technology
Section 9
- Audio system
- MyWay
Emergency or
assistance call
Section 9
"Grip control"
86-87
Courtesy lamps
72, 122
142
Interior
INTERIOR
Rear view mirror
79
Toll cards, car park tickets
79
Front courtesy lamp
72
Changing courtesy lamp
bulbs
122
Spare wheel, jack,
changing a wheel,
tools
115-119
Front, lateral airbags
90-93
Passenger's airbag
deactivation
93
Battery, recharging, starting
113
Parking brake, handbrake
81
Child seats
95-99
Front seats, adjustments,
head restraint
65-66
Extenso Cab
67-68
Seat, bench con
gurations
69
Seat belts
88-89
Towing, lifting,
towbar
100-101, 130
Towed loads
137
Rear courtesy lamp
72
Changing courtesy
lamp bulbs
122
Load space
75-76
- stowing rings,
- load retainer,
- trim,
- 12 volt socket,
- ladder separation or partition,
- removable
ap.
Opening the bonnet
104
Accessories
101
Towing, towbar,
coachbuilders,
oor cab fuses
127
143
Technical data - Maintenance
VISUAL SEARCH
10
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Identi
cation markings,
serial number,
paint code, tyres
138
Windscreen / headlamp wash,
levels
108
Changing bulbs,
lighting
120-124
Checks
109-110
- battery,
- gearbox,
- air/passenger compartment
lter,
- oil
lter,
- particle emission
lter,
- parking brake,
- brake pads,
- brake drums, discs.
Emissions controls
36
Engine fuses
125, 128
Under the bonnet
- Diesel
106
- petrol
105
Fuel cut-off,
Diesel priming
112
Dimensions
132-135
Floor cab dimensions
136
Weights
137
Opening the bonnet, stay
104
Levels
107-108
- Diesel additive,
- dipstick,
- power steering
uid,
- brake
uid,
- coolant.
Bleeding water, Diesel
lter
110
Warning lamps
29-34
Changing a wiper blade
129
3
CONTENTS -
110 - 117
±
AUDIO
RD3 audio system
110
118 - 122
±
VISUAL INDEX
58 - 63
±
LIFE ON BOARD
Front
ttings
58
Courtesy lamps
59
Headlamp adjustment
60
Steering wheel adjustment
60
Lashing rings
61
Rear
ttings
62
64 - 71
±
DRIVING
Handbrake
64
ABS and EBFD systems
64
Speed limiter
65
Cruise control
67
Airbags
69
72 - 97
±
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
Under the bonnet
72
Levels
77
Checks
78
Changing a wheel
79
Changing a bulb
82
Changing a fuse
88
Battery
92
Energy economy mode
92
Fitting audio equipment, speakers
93
Snow screen
94
Towing
95
Towing a trailer
96
Accessories
97
98 - 109
±
TECHNICAL DATA
Dimensions
98
Engines
102
Light van weights and loads 105
Ludospace weights
and loads
107
Identi
cation features
109
5
FAMILIARISATION -
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
12.
Wiper/screenwash controls.
13.
Audio system steering mounted
controls.
14.
Steering lock and ignition.
15.
Fusebox.
16.
Passenger's airbag deactivation
switch.
17.
Alarm.
18.
Steering wheel adjustment control.
19.
Passenger's electric mirror control.
20.
Headlamp height adjustment.
21.
Heated seats control.
22.
Parking brake.
23.
Cigarette lighter.
24.
Portable ashtray.
25.
Gear lever.
26.
Storage compartment.
27.
Heating/air conditioning controls.
28.
Audio system.
29.
Lower glove box.
30.
Upper glove box or passenger's
airbag.
31.
Bonnet release lever.
32.
Side adjustable heating/
ventilation vents.
33.
Door window demisting vents.
1.
Speaker (tweeter).
2.
Windscreen demisting vents.
3.
Controls:
- Electric windows.
- Rear door windows demisting.
- Air conditioning.
4.
Central locking button.
5.
Multifunction screen or clock.
6.
Hazard warning lamps switch.
7.
Central adjustable heating/
ventilation vents.
8.
Lighting and direction indicator
control stalk.
9.
Speed limiter/cruise control
switches.
10.
Instrument panel.
11.
Driver's airbag.
Horn.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
88 -
Removing and
tting a fuse
Before changing a fuse, the cause
of the fault must be found and reme-
died. The fuse numbers are indicated
on the fusebox.
Use the tweezer
B
.
CHANGING A FUSE
The fuseboxes are located under the
dashboard and in the engine com-
partment.
Dashboard fusebox
Unclip the cover to gain access to the
fuses.
The spare fuses and the tweezer
B
are
tted to the inside of the cover
A
.
Good
Failed
Tweezer B
Always replace a failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating (two fuse types ac-
cording to manufacturer - see images).
89
PRACTICAL INFORMATION -
Fuse
Rating
Functions
1
15A
Rear wiper.
4
20A
Multifunction screen - Instrument panel -
Audio system - Steering mounted controls.
5
-
Not used.
6
10A
Diagnostic socket.
7
-
Not used.
9
30A
Heated seats.
10
40A
Rear window and door mirrors demisting.
11
15A
Rear wiper (tailgate).
12
30A
Front electric windows.
14
10A
Engine fusebox - Steering mounted controls.
15
15A
Instrument panel - Multifunction screen -
Audio system.
16
30A
Locking/unlocking controls for doors,
bonnet and boot.
20
10A
Right-hand brake lamp.
21
15A
Left-hand brake lamp.
22
20A
Front courtesy lamp - Map reading lamp -
Cigarette lighter - Electric mirror.
PRACTICAL INFORMATION
90 -
The electrical system of your vehicle is designed to operate with standard or optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical equipment or accessories in your vehicle, consult a CITROËN dealer.
Some electrical accessories or the way in which they are
tted may have an adverse effect on the operation of your
vehicle (its electronic control circuits, the audio system and the electrical charging circuit).
CITROËN declines any responsibility for expenses incurred through the repair of your vehicle or for any malfunctions
resulting from the installation of auxiliary accessories, not supplied and not recommended by CITROËN and not installed in
accordance with its instructions, in particular for any equipment the power consumption of which exceeds 10 milliamps.
The maxi fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. Any work on these fuses must be carried out by a
CITROËN dealer.
91
PRACTICAL INFORMATION -
Fuse
Rating
Functions
1
10A
Pre-heater unit (Diesel) - Brake and clutch
switches - Reversing lamps.
2
15A
Fuel pump.
3
10A
ABS control unit.
4
10A
Engine control unit.
5
-
Not used.
6
15A
Front foglamps.
7
20A
Headlamp wash pump.
8
20A
Fan assembly relay -
Engine control unit.
9
15A
Left-hand dipped beam.
10
15A
Right-hand dipped beam.
11
10A
Left-hand main beam.
12
10A
Right-hand main beam.
13
15A
Horn.
14
10A
Front and rear screen wash pumps.
15
30A
Oxygen sensor - Air
ow sensor.
16
30A
Air pump relay.
17
30A
Front windscreen wiper.
18
40A
Air conditioning fan.
Engine compartment fusebox
To gain access to the box in the en-
gine compartment (next to the bat-
tery), unclip the cover.
After carrying out work, close the
cover carefully to ensure its sealing.