Citroen C0 - 2012 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen C0 - 2012 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

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Contents
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ISOFIX child seats
67
Child lock
70
Child safety
Direction indicators
71
Hazard warning lamps
71
Horn
71
Emergency or assistance call
72
Braking assistance systems
72
Trajectory control systems
74
Front seat belts
75
Airbags
78
Safety
Charging the main battery
82
Ancillaries battery
88
Temporary puncture repair kit
92
Changing a wheel
96
Changing a bulb
99
Changing a fuse
107
Changing a wiper blade
112
Towing the vehicle
112
Precautions for washing
113
Accessories
113
Practical information
Bonnet
116
Front compartment
117
Rear compartment
118
Checking levels
119
Checks
121
Checks
Motor and main battery
122
Weights
123
Dimensions
124
Identi
cation markings
125
Technical data
Emergency or assistance
127
Audio system
129
Audio and telematics
Visual search
Alphabetical index
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Familiarisation
7
Instruments and controls
1.
Driver's airbag.
Horn.
2.
Instrument panel.
3.
Wiper stalk.
4.
Side vents.
5.
Window demisting vent.
6.
Electric window switches and switch
for deactivating the the front and rear
passenger electric window controls.
7.
Opening control for the fast charging flap
(vehicle left hand side).
8.
Bonnet release lever.
9.
Opening control for the normal charging
flap (vehicle right hand side).
10.
Fusebox.
11.
Door mirror controls.
12.
Headlamp height adjustment.
ASR/ESP deactivation switch.
13.
Steering lock and ignition switch.
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Practical information
107
Changing a fuse
the fusebox cover in the dashboard (right hand
side).
For access:
)
Unclip the cover and remove it completely
by pulling it towards you.
)
Remove the tweezer.
Access to tools
Before changing a fuse, the cause of the
failure must be identified and rectified.
)
Check that the ignition switch is in
the "
LOCK
" position.
)
Identify the failed fuse by checking
the condition of its filament.
Changing a fuse
Good
Failed
)
Use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its location.
)
Always replace the failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
)
Check that the number marked on the box,
the rating marked on the top of the fuse
and the tables below all agree.
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 CITROËN and
not installed in accordance with its
instructions, in particular when the
consumption of all of the additional
equipment connected exceeds
10 milliamperes.
Your vehicle's electrical system is
designed to operate with standard or
optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
equipment or accessories in your
vehicle, contact a CITROËN dealer or a
qualified workshop.
Practical information
108
Dashboard fuses
The fusebox is placed in the lower dashboard
(right-hand side).
Fuse
Rating
Functions
1
7.5 A
Left hand front and rear sidelamps.
2
15 A
Accessory socket.
3
-
Not used.
4
7.5 A
Starter.
5
20 A
Audio system.
6
-
Not used.
7
7.5 A
Vehicle equipment, right hand front and rear sidelamps.
8
7.5 A
Electric door mirrors.
9
7.5 A
Supervisor controller.
10
7.5 A
Air conditioning.
11
10 A
Rear foglamp.
12
15 A
Door locking.
13
10 A
Courtesy lamp.
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Practical information
109
Fuse
Rating
Functions
14
15 A
Rear wiper.
15
7.5 A
Instrument panel.
16
7.5 A
Heating.
17
20 A
Heated seat.
18
10 A
Option.
19
7.5 A
Door mirror heating.
20
20 A
Windscreen wiper.
21
7.5 A
Airbags.
22
30 A
Heated rear screen.
23
30 A
Heating.
24
-
Non used.
25
10 A
Radio.
26
15 A
Passenger compartment fuse.
Access to the fuses
See "Access to tools".
Practical information
110
Fuse
Rating
Functions
1
-
Not used.
2
30 A
Internal fuse.
3
40 A
Electric motor.
4
40 A
Radiator fan.
5
40 A
Electric windows.
6
30 A
Vacuum pump.
7
15 A
Main battery ECU.
8
15 A
Third brake lamp.
9
15 A
Front foglamps.
10
15 A
Water pump.
Front compartment fuses
The fusebox is placed in the front compartment
under the heating system reservoir. Only these
fuses can be replaced.
The replacement of fuses for other units
(vacuum pump and battery accessories)
requires the involvement of a CITROËN
dealer or a qualified workshop.
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Practical information
111
Access to the fuses
)
Open the bonnet (refer to the "Checks"
section),
)
Unclip the cover and remove it completely
by pulling towards you.
)
Change the fuse (refer to the
corresponding paragraph).
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When you have finished, close the cover
carefully to ensure sealing of the fusebox.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
11
10 A
On-board charger.
12
10 A
Direction indicator.
13
10 A
Horn.
14
10 A
Daytime running lamps.
15
15 A
Battery fan.
16
10 A
Air conditioning compressor.
17
20 A
Right hand dipped beam.
18
20 A
Left hand dipped beam, headlamp adjusters.
19
10 A
Right hand main beam.
20
10 A
Left hand main beam.
Practical information
114
"Protection":
mats, boot carpet, vehicle cover, translucent
bumper protectors, side rubbing strips...
"Multimedia":
audio systems, driving aids, universal solar
charger, semi-integral navigation system (with
locations of charging stations), Wi-Fi hub,
iPhone
®
compatible phone charger, hands-free
®
kit, DVD players...
The fitting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not
recommended by CITROËN may result
in a failure of your vehicle's electronic
system and excessive electrical
consumption.
Please note this precaution. You
are advised to contact a CITROËN
representative to be shown the range
of recommended equipment and
accessories.
Installation of radio
communication
transmitters
Before installing any after-market radio
communication transmitter, you can
contact a CITROËN dealer for the
specification of transmitters which can
be fitted (frequency, maximum power,
aerial position, specific installation
requirements), in line with the Vehicle
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
(2004/104/EC).
Depending on the legislation in force
in the country, it may be compulsory
to have a high visibility safety vest,
warning triangle and spare bulbs and
fuses available in the vehicle.
Checks
116
Bonnet
Protects the components in the front compartment and provides access for checking levels, charging the 12 V ancillaries battery, changing fuses, ...
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Push the exterior safety catch
B
to the left
and raise the bonnet.
)
Open the bonnet fully and on the right,
unclip the stay
C
from its holder.
)
Fit the stay
C
in one of the two notches to
hold the bonnet open.
)
Open the front right door.
)
Pull the interior release lever
A
, located at
the bottom of the door aperture.
Opening
Closing
)
Take the stay out of the support notch.
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Clip the stay in its housing.
)
Lower the bonnet and release it at the end
of its travel.
)
Pull on the bonnet to check that it is fully
latched.
Do not press down on the middle of
the bonnet if it does not fully close, as
there is a risk of deforming it. Open the
bonnet fully and close it again.
The location of the interior release lever
prevents opening of the bonnet while
the front right door is closed.
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Checks
117
1.
Screenwash fluid reservoir.
2.
Heater fluid reservoir.
3.
Brake fluid reservoir.
4.
Ancillaries battery.
5.
Fusebox.
Front compartment
To avoid damaging electrical
components, the use of a high pressure
jet washer in the front compartment is
strictly prohibited.
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Visual search
155
Electric windows
34
Dashboard fuses
108-109
Ventilation
47
Heating
49-51
Air conditioning
49-51
Demisting / defrosting
52
12 V accessory socket
45
Manual parking brake
54
Rear view mirror
43
USB Player
46
Opening the bonnet
116
Instruments
and controls
Opening the charging flaps
37
Audio system
129-152
Drive selector
55-56
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Visual search
157
Technical data - Maintenance
Front compartment
117
Checking levels
119-120
-
ancillaries battery electrolyte
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brake fluid
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heating system fluid
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screenwash fluid
Checks
121
Changing front bulbs
99-104
Ancillaries battery
88-91
Opening the bonnet
116
Electric motor
122
Weights
123
Rear compartment
118
Checking the coolant level
120
Front compartment fuses
110-111
Dimensions
124
Identification markings
125