Citroen C4 - 2011 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen C4 - 2011 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

C O N T E N T S
3
Direction indicators
126
Hazard warning lamps
126
Horn
126
Tyre under-in
ation detection
127
Braking assistance systems
128
Trajectory control systems
129
Emergency or assistance call
130
Front seat belts
131
Airbags
134
8 - SAFETY
126
Î
137
Electric parking brake
138
Manual parking brake
145
Manual gearbox
145
Gear ef
ciency indicator
146
6-speed electronic
gearbox system
147
Automatic gearbox
150
Hill start assist
153
Stop & Start
154
Blind spot sensors
157
Speed limiter
161
Cruise control
163
Parking space sensors
165
Parking sensors
167
9 - DRIVING
138
Î
168
Bonnet
170
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
171
Petrol engines
172
Diesel engines
173
Checking levels
174
Checks
176
10 -
CHECKS
169
Î
177
Temporary puncture repair kit
178
Changing a wheel
183
Changing a bulb
187
Changing a fuse
193
Battery
197
Energy economy mode
199
Changing a wiper blade
200
Very cold climate screen
200
Towing the vehicle
201
Towing a trailer
203
Audio pre-equipment
204
Accessories
205
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PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
178
Î
206
Petrol engines
207
Petrol weights
209
Diesel engines
211
Diesel weights
212
Dimensions
213
Identi
cation markings
214
12 -
TECHNICAL
DATA
207
Î
214
Emergency or assistance
215
eMyWay
217
Audio system
269
AUDIO and
TELEMATICS
215
Î
302
ALPHABETICAL
INDEX
307
Î
310
VISUAL
SEARCH
303
Î
306
10
I N S T R U M E N T S A N D C O N T R O L S
1.
Steering wheel adjustment control.
2.
Steering mounted control paddles
for the 6-speed electronic gearbox
system.
3.
Lighting and direction indicators
control stalk.
4.
Speaker (tweeter).
5.
Windscreen demisting vent.
6.
Sunshine sensor.
7.
Passenger’s airbag.
8.
Glove box/Audio/video sockets/
Passenger’s airbag deactivation
switch/Fusebox.
9.
Bonnet release.
10.
Heated seat control.
11.
Lumbar massage control.
12.
Electric parking brake.
13.
Gear lever, 6-speed electronic
gearbox system.
14.
Large multifunctional storage unit.
6
F I T T I N G S
108
Component which protects against
sunlight from the front or the side, also
equipped with an illuminated courtesy
mirror.
)
With the ignition on, raise the con-
cealing
ap; the mirror is lit auto-
matically.
This sun visor is also equipped with a
ticket holder.
SUN VISOR
ILLUMINATED GLOVE BOX
Its lid has locations for storing a pen, a
pair of glasses, tokens, maps, a cup...
)
To open the glove box, raise the
handle.
It is lit when the lid is opened.
It houses the front passenger airbag
deactivation switch
A
.
If the vehicle is
tted with air condition-
ing, it provides access to the ventilation
nozzle
B
, distributing the same cooled
air as the vents in the passenger com-
partment.
It gives access to the dashboard fuse-
box (see "Practical information - §
Changing a fuse").
PORTABLE ASHTRAY
)
Pull the cover to open the ashtray.
)
To empty it, remove the ashtray by
pulling it upwards.
To avoid any problem of interfer-
ence or risk of overturning, do
not place the ashtray near the
gear lever.
10
172
PETROL ENGINES
The various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various
uids and for replacing certain components.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash
reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake
uid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air
lter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil
ller cap.
10
173
* According to engine.
DIESEL ENGINES
The various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various
uids, for replacing certain components and
for priming the fuel system.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash
reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake
uid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air
lter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil
ller cap.
10.
Priming pump*.
11.
Bleed screw*.
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P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
193
CHANGING A FUSE
Access to the tools
The extraction tweezer is
tted to the
back of the dashboard fusebox cover.
To gain access to them:
)
open the glove box lid,
)
unclip the carrier
tted to the fuse-
box cover by pulling on the right,
Changing a fuse
Before changing a fuse,
)
the cause of the failure must be
identi
ed and recti
ed,
)
all electrical consumers must be
switched off,
)
the vehicle must be immobilised
with the ignition off,
)
Identify the failed fuse using the al-
location tables and illustrations on
the following pages.
Good
Failed
To replace a fuse, you must:
)
use the special tweezer to extract
the fuse from its housing and check
the condition of its
lament.
)
always replace the failed fuse with
a fuse of the same rating (same col-
our); use of a different rating may
cause malfunctions (risk of
re).
if the fuse fails again soon after re-
placement, have the electrical system
checked by a CITROËN dealer or a
quali
ed workshop.
Installing electrical
accessories
Your vehicle’s electrical sys-
tem is designed to operate with
standard or optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
equipment or accessories on
your vehicle, contact a CITROËN
dealer or a quali
ed workshop.
CITROËN will not accept respon-
sibility for the cost incurred in
repairing your vehicle or for recti-
fying 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 combined
consumption of all of the addition-
al equipment connected exceeds
10 milliamperes.
The replacement of a fuse not
mentioned in the following ta-
bles may cause a serious mal-
function of your vehicle. Contact
a CITROËN dealer or a quali
ed
workshop.
Tweezer
)
remove the tweezer,
)
open the fusebox cover by pulling at
top right, then left,
)
fold down the fusebox cover com-
pletely.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
194
Dashboard fuses
The fusebox is placed in the lower
dashboard (left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
)
Refer to the paragraph "Access to
the tools".
Fuse tables
Removable
relay N°
Rating
Functions
R1
-
Not used.
R2
-
12 V socket in boot.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F3
20 A
Parking lamps, trailer hazard warning lamps.
F4
20 A
Interior lighting, trailer interface.
F5
30 A
Front one-touch electric windows.
F6
30 A
Rear one-touch electric windows.
F11
20 A
12 V trailer socket.
F12
30 A
Panoramic sunroof blind.
F13
30 A
Hi-Fi ampli
er.
F22
20 A
Trailer signalling.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
195
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F8
3 A
Alarm siren, alarm ECU.
F13
10 A
Cigarette lighter.
F14
10 A
12 V socket in boot.
F16
3 A
Lighting for the large multifunctional storage unit,
rear map reading lamps, glove box illumination.
F17
3 A
Sun visor illumination, front map reading lamps.
F28
15 A
Audio system, radio (after-market).
F30
20 A
Rear wiper.
F32
10 A
Hi-Fi ampli
er.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F36
15 A
Rear 12 V socket.
F37
-
Not used.
F38
-
Not used.
F39
-
Not used.
F40
-
Not used.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
196
Engine compartment fuses
The fusebox is placed in the engine
compartment near the battery (left-
hand side).
Access to the fuses
)
Unclip the cover.
)
Change the fuse (see correspon-
ding paragraph).
)
When you have
nished, close the
cover carefully to ensure sealing of
the fusebox.
Fuse table
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F19
30 A
Windscreen wipers slow/fast speed.
F20
15 A
Front and rear screenwash pump.
F21
20 A
Headlamp wash pump.
F22
15 A
Horn.
F23
15 A
Right-hand main beam headlamp.
F24
15 A
Left-hand main beam headlamp.
F27
5 A
Left-hand dipped headlamp.
F28
5 A
Right-hand dipped headlamp.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
197
BATTERY
The battery is located under the bonnet.
To gain access to it:
)
open the bonnet using the interior
release lever, then the exterior safety
catch,
)
secure the bonnet stay,
)
remove the plastic cover to gain
access to the two terminals,
)
unclip the fuse box to remove the
battery, if necessary.
Disconnecting the cables
Do not force the tab as locking
will not be possible if the clip is
not positioned correctly; start the
procedure again.
The presence of this label, in
particular with the Stop & Start
system, indicates the use of a
12 V lead-acid battery with spe-
cial technology and speci
cation;
the involvement of a CITROËN
dealer or a quali
ed workshop is
essential when replacing or dis-
connecting the battery.
Failure to observe this recom-
mendation may cause premature
wear of the battery.
Procedure for charging your battery
when it is
at or for starting the engine
using another battery.
After re
tting the battery, the
Stop & Start system will only be
active after a continuous period
of immobilisation of the vehicle,
a period which depends on the
climatic conditions and the state
of charge of the battery (up to
about 8 hours).
)
Position the open clip
1
of the cable
on the positive terminal (+) of the
battery.
)
Press vertically on the clip
1
to position
it correctly against the battery.
)
Lock the clip by lowering the tab
2
.
)
Raise the locking tab fully.
Reconnecting the cables
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
206
Installation of radio
communication transmitters
Before installing any after-market
radio
communication
transmitter,
you can contact a CITROËN dealer
for the speci
cation of transmitters
which can be
tted (frequency, maxi-
mum power, aerial position, speci
c
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 vis-
ibility safety vest, warning triangle
and spare bulbs and fuses avail-
able in the vehicle.
The
tting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not rec-
ommended 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.
"Multimedia":
audio systems, steering mounted audio
controls, speakers, Hi-Fi module, Bluetooth
hands-free system, portable satellite naviga-
tion system, semi-integral support bracket for
portable navigation system, speed camera
detector, USB Box, reversing camera, por-
table video screen, portable video support
bracket, 230 V/50 Hz socket, 230 V/50 Hz
adaptor, Wi-Fi on board...
By going to a CITROËN dealer, you
can also obtain cleaning and mainte-
nance products (interior and exterior) -
including ecological products in the
"TECHNATURE" range -, products for
topping up (screenwash...), touch-up
pens and paint aerosols for the exact
colour of your vehicle, recharges (car-
tridge for the temporary puncture repair
kit...), ...
C O N T E N T S
3
Direction indicators
130
Hazard warning lamps
130
Horn
130
Tyre under-in
ation detection
131
Braking assistance systems
132
Trajectory control systems
133
Emergency or assistance call
134
Front seat belts
135
Airbags
138
8 - SAFETY
130
Î
141
Electric parking brake
142
Manual parking brake
149
Manual gearbox
149
Gear shift indicator
150
6-speed electronic gearbox
system
151
Automatic gearbox
154
Hill start assist
157
Stop & Start
158
Lane departure warning system
161
Blind spot sensors
162
Speed limiter
166
Cruise control
168
Parking space sensors
170
Parking sensors
172
9 - DRIVING
142
Î
173
Bonnet
175
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
176
Petrol engines
177
Diesel engines
178
Checking levels
179
Checks
181
10 -
CHECKS
174
Î
182
Temporary puncture repair kit
183
Changing a wheel
188
Changing a bulb
192
Changing a fuse
198
Battery
202
Energy economy mode
204
Changing a wiper blade
205
Very cold climate screen
205
Towing the vehicle
206
Towing a trailer
208
Audio pre-equipment
209
Accessories
210
11 -
PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
183
Î
211
Petrol engines
212
Petrol weights
214
Diesel engines
216
Diesel weights
217
Petrol/Diesel versions -
commercial versions
219
Dimensions
221
Identi
cation markings
222
12 -
TECHNICAL
DATA
212
Î
222
Emergency or assistance
223
eMyWay
225
Audio system
277
AUDIO and
TELEMATICS
223
Î
310
ALPHABETICAL
INDEX
315
Î
318
VISUAL SEARCH
311
Î
314
9
FA M I L I A R I S AT I O N
I N S T R U M E N T S A N D C O N T R O L S
1.
Cruise control/speed limiter
switches.
2.
Controls for optional functions.
3.
Steering wheel adjustment control.
4.
Lighting and direction indicators
control stalk.
5.
Instrument panel.
6.
Driver's airbag.
Horn.
7.
Controls for audio and telematic
system.
8.
Controls for Bluetooth system or
telephone.
9.
Bonnet release.
10.
Door mirror controls.
Electric window controls.
11.
Fusebox.
12.
Manual headlamp height
adjustment
Lower side switch panel.
13.
Fuel
ller
ap opening button.
Upper side switch panel.
14.
Side adjustable air vent.
15.
Front side window demisting vent.
10
177
PETROL ENGINES
The various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various
uids and for replacing certain components.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash
reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake
uid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air
lter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil
ller cap.
10
178
* According to engine.
DIESEL ENGINES
The various caps and covers allow access for checking the levels of the various
uids, for replacing certain components and
for priming the fuel system.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash
reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake
uid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air
lter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil
ller cap.
10.
Priming pump*.
11.
Bleed screw*.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
198
CHANGING A FUSE
Access to the tools
The extraction tweezer is attached to
the back of the dashboard fusebox
cover.
For access to it:
)
unclip the cover by pulling at the
top right, then left,
Changing a fuse
Before changing a fuse:
)
the cause of the failure must be
identi
ed and recti
ed,
)
all electrical consumers must be
switched off,
)
the vehicle must be immobilised
with the ignition off,
)
identify the failed fuse using the
tables and diagrams in the following
pages.
Good
Failed
To replace a fuse, you must:
)
use the special tweezer to extract
the fuse from its housing and check
the condition of its
lament.
)
always replace the failed fuse with
a fuse of the same rating (same co-
lour); the use of a fuse of different
rating fuse may cause malfunctions
(risk of
re).
If the fault recurrs soon after replac-
ing the fuse, have the electrical system
checked by a CITROËN dealer or a
quali
ed workshop.
Installing electrical
accessories
Your vehicle's electrical system is
designed to operate with standard
or optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
equipment or accessories on
your vehicle, contact a CITROËN
dealer or a quali
ed workshop.
CITROËN will not accept respon-
sibility for the cost incurred in
repairing your vehicle or for recti-
fying 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 combined
consumption of all of the addi-
tional equipment connected ex-
ceeds 10 milliamperes.
The replacement of a fuse not
mentioned in the tables below
may cause a serious malfunc-
tion of your vehicle. Contact a
CITROËN dealer or a quali
ed
workshop.
Tweezer
)
disengage the cover completely and
turn it over,
)
remove the carrier, on the back of
which the tweezer is
tted.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
199
Dashboard fuses
The fusebox is placed in the lower
dashboard (left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
)
Refer to the paragraph "Access to
the tools".
Fuse tables
Removable
relay N°
Rating
Functions
R1
-
230 V/50 Hz socket.
R2
-
12 V socket in boot.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F3
20 A
Parking lamps, trailer hazard warning lamps.
F4
20 A
Interior lighting, trailer interface.
F5
30 A
Front one-touch electric windows.
F6
30 A
Rear one-touch electric windows.
F11
20 A
12 V trailer socket.
F12
30 A
Panoramic sunroof blind.
F13
30 A
Hi-Fi ampli
er.
F22
20 A
Trailer signalling.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
200
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F8
3 A
Alarm siren, alarm ECU.
F13
10 A
Cigarette lighter.
F14
10 A
12 V socket in boot.
F16
3 A
Lighting for the large multifunctional storage unit,
rear map reading lamps, glove box illumination.
F17
3 A
Sun visor illumination, front map reading lamps.
F28
15 A
Audio system, radio (after-market).
F30
20 A
Rear wiper.
F32
10 A
Hi-Fi ampli
er.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F36
15 A
Rear 12 V socket.
F37
-
Not used.
F38
-
Not used.
F39
-
Not used.
F40
25 A
230 V/50 Hz socket.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
201
Engine compartment fuses
The fusebox is placed in the engine
compartment near the battery (left-
hand side).
Access to the fuses
)
Unclip the cover.
)
Change the fuse (see corresponding
paragraph).
)
When you have
nished, close the
cover carefully to ensure sealing of
the fusebox.
Fuse table
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F19
30 A
Windscreen wipers slow/fast speed.
F20
15 A
Front and rear screenwash pump.
F21
20 A
Headlamp wash pump.
F22
15 A
Horn.
F23
15 A
Right-hand main beam headlamp.
F24
15 A
Left-hand main beam headlamp.
F27
5 A
Left-hand dipped headlamp.
F28
5 A
Right-hand dipped headlamp.
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
202
BATTERY
The battery is located under the bonnet.
To gain access to it:
)
open the bonnet using the interior re-
lease lever, then the exterior safety
catch,
)
secure the bonnet stay,
)
remove the plastic cover to gain
access to the two terminals,
)
unclip the fuse box to remove the
battery, if necessary.
Disconnecting the cables
Do not force the tab as locking
will not be possible if the clip is
not positioned correctly; start the
procedure again.
The presence of this label, in
particular with the Stop & Start
system, indicates the use of a
12 V lead-acid battery with spe-
cial technology and speci
cation;
the involvement of a CITROËN
dealer or a quali
ed workshop is
essential when replacing or dis-
connecting the battery.
Failure to observe this recom-
mendation may cause premature
wear of the battery.
Procedure for charging your battery
when it is
at or for starting the engine
using another battery.
After re
tting the battery, the
Stop & Start system will only be
active after a continuous period
of immobilisation of the vehicle,
a period which depends on the
climatic conditions and the state
of charge of the battery (up to
about 8 hours).
)
Position the open clip
1
of the cable
on the positive terminal (+) of the
battery.
)
Press vertically on the clip
1
to position
it correctly against the battery.
)
Lock the clip by lowering the tab
2
.
)
Raise the locking tab fully.
Reconnecting the cables
11
P R A C T I C A L I N F O R M AT I O N
211
Installation of radio
communication transmitters
Before installing any after-market
radio
communication
transmit-
ter, you can contact a CITROËN
dealer for the speci
cation of
transmitters which can be
tted
(frequency, maximum power, aer-
ial position, speci
c installation re-
quirements), 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 vis-
ibility safety vest, warning triangle
and spare bulbs and fuses avail-
able in the vehicle.
The
tting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not rec-
ommended 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 recommend-
ed equipment and accessories.
"Multimedia":
audio systems, steering mounted audio
controls, speakers, Hi-Fi module, Bluetooth
hands-free system, portable satellite naviga-
tion system, semi-integral support bracket for
portable navigation system, speed camera
detector, USB Box, reversing camera, por-
table video screen, portable video support
bracket, 230 V/50 Hz socket, 230 V/50 Hz
adaptor, Wi-Fi on board...
By going to a CITROËN dealer, you
can also obtain cleaning and mainte-
nance products (interior and exterior) -
including ecological products in the
"TECHNATURE" range - , products for
topping up (screenwash...), touch-up
pens and paint aerosols for the exact
colour of your vehicle, recharges (car-
tridge for the temporary puncture repair
kit...), ...