Citroen C4a - 2016 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen C4a - 2016 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Contents
General safety
recommendations
141
Direction indicators
142
Hazard warning lamps
142
Horn
142
Braking assistance systems
143
Trajectory control systems
145
Front seat belts
147
Airbags
151
Child seats
156
Deactivating the passenger's front airbag
158
ISOFIX child seats
165
Child lock
171
Safety
Fuel tank
173
Snow chains
175
Automatic power cut-off
to accessories
176
Changing a wiper blade
176
Towing a trailer
177
Fitting roof bars
179
Bonnet
180
Petrol engines
181
Diesel engines
182
Checking levels
183
Checking components
186
Practical information
Temporary puncture
repair kit
189
Changing a wheel
193
Changing a bulb
199
Changing a fuse
205
12 V battery
211
Towing the vehicle
215
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
218
In the event of a breakdown
Petrol engines
219
Petrol weights
220
Diesel engines
225
Diesel weights
226
Dimensions
231
Identification markings
233
Technical data
Bluetooth
®
telephone with voice
recognition
235
AUDIO-TELEMATIC TOUCH SCREEN
system
247
AUDIO-CD TOUCH SCREEN system
289
AUDIO-CD system
313
Audio and telematics
Alphabetical index
6
Overview
Instruments and controls
Opening the bonnet
180
Door mirrors
76-77
Electric windows
68-69
Rear view mirror
78
Courtesy lamps
138-139
Panoramic sunroof
70
Dashboard fuses
205-207, 210
Instrument panel
12
Warning lamps
13-18
Indicators
33-35
Audio-CD system screen
44
Setting the time
44-45
Audio-CD system touch screen
46
Setting the time
46-47
Audio-Telematic system
touch screen
48
Setting the time
49-50
Parking brake
102
5/6-speed manual gearbox
103
Gear efficiency indicator
104
CVT gearbox
105-109
Hill start assist
110
4 wheel drive system
118-119
Audio-CD system
313-336
Touch screen
Audio-CD system
289-312
Touch screen Audio-Telematic
system
247-288
Ventilation
79-80
Manual air conditioning
81-82, 87
Automatic air conditioning
83-87
Front demisting
87
Demisting the rear screen
88
Hazard warning lamps
142
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Overview
Maintenance - Technical data
Engine compartment
fuses
205, 208-210
Running out of fuel, Diesel
218
Checking levels
183-185
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
coolant
-
screenwash/headlamp wash fluid
Changing bulbs
199-204
-
front
-
rear
Petrol engines
219
Petrol weights
220-225
Diesel engines
226
Diesel weights
227-230
Dimensions
231
Off-road performance
232
Identification markings
233
Bonnet
180
Petrol engine compartment
181
Diesel engine compartment
182
Battery
211-214
Automatic power cut-off to
accessories
176
Checking components
186-188
-
battery electrolyte
-
air filter
-
oil filter
-
particle filter (Diesel)
-
brake pads / discs
141
6
Safety
General safety recommendations
Depending on the legislation in force in
the country, certain safety equipment
may be compulsory: high visibility
safety vests, warning triangles,
breathalysers, spare bulbs, spare fuses,
fire extinguisher, first aid kit, mud flaps
at the rear of the vehicle...
Labels are applied at various
points on your vehicle. They carry
safety warnings as well as vehicle
identification information. Do not
remove them: they form an integral part
of your vehicle.
For any work on your vehicle, use
a qualified workshop that has the
technical information, skills and
equipment required, all of which a
CITROËN dealer is able to provide.
We draw your attention to the
following points:
-
The fitting of electrical equipment
or accessories not listed by
CITROËN may cause excessive
current consumption and faults and
failures with the electrical system of
your vehicle. Contact a CITROËN
dealer for information on the range of
recommended accessories.
-
As a safety measure, access to
the diagnostic socket, used for
the vehicle's electronic systems,
is reserved strictly for CITROËN
dealers or qualified workshops,
equipped with the special tools
required (risk of malfunctions of the
vehicle's electronic systems that
could cause breakdowns or serious
accidents). The manufacturer cannot
be held responsible if this advice is
not followed.
-
Any modification or adaptation
not intended or authorised
by Automobiles CITROËN or
carried out without meeting the
technical requirements defined
by the manufacturer would lead
to the suspension of the legal and
contractual warranties.
Installation of accessory
radio communication
transmitters
Before installing a radio communication
transmitter, you must 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).
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7
Practical information
Access for checking the levels of the various
fluids and the replacement of certain
components.
Petrol engines
1.
Screenwash and headlamp wash fluid
reservoir.
2.
Coolant header tank.
3.
Brake fluid reservoir.
4.
Battery.
5.
Fusebox.
6.
Air filter.
7.
Engine oil dipstick.
8.
Engine oil filler cap.
1.6 litre 115
2.0 litre 150
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Practical information
The various caps and covers allow access for
checking the levels of the various fluids, for
replacing certain components and for priming
the fuel system.
Diesel engines
1.
Screenwash and headlamp wash fluid
reservoir.
2.
Coolant reservoir.
3.
Brake fluid reservoir.
4.
Battery.
5.
Fusebox.
6.
Air filter.
7.
Engine oil dipstick.
8.
Engine oil filler cap.
9.
Priming pump*.
1.6
HDi 115 S&S
1.8 HDi 140
* According to engine.
205
8
In the event of a breakdown
Changing a fuse
The extraction tweezer and spare fuses are
located in the engine compartment fusebox.
To gain access to them:
F
Open the bonnet.
For more information on the
Bonnet
, refer
to the corresponding section.
F
Unclip and remove the cover.
F
Remove the tweezer.
F
Carefully close the cover to ensure correct
sealing of the fusebox.
Access to the tools
Before changing a fuse, the cause of the failure
must be identified and rectified.
F
Check that the switch is in the "
LOCK
"
position or that the vehicle mode is "
OFF
".
F
Identify the faulty fuse by checking the
condition of its filament.
F
Use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its location.
F
Always replace the faulty fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
F
Check that the number etched on the box,
the rating etched on the top and the tables
below all agree.
Changing a fuse
Good
Failed
CITROËN will not accept responsibility
for the cost incurred in repairing your
vehicle or for rectifying 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.
The replacement of a fuse not
mentioned in the following tables may
cause a serious fault on your vehicle.
Contact a CITROËN dealer or a
qualified workshop.
206
In the event of a breakdown
Dashboard fuses
The fusebox is located in the lower dashboard
(left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
F
Unclip the cover and remove it completely
by pulling it towards you.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
1
*
30 A
Cabin fan.
2
15 A
Brake lamps, third brake lamp.
3
10 A
Rear foglamps.
4
30 A
Windscreen wiper, screenwash.
6
20 A
Central locking, electric door mirrors.
7
15 A
Audio equipment, telematics, USB unit, hands-free system.
8
7.5 A
Remote control key, air conditioning control unit, instrument
panel, electric windows, rain and sunshine sensors, alarm,
switch panel, steering mounted controls.
9
15 A
Instrument panel and interior lighting.
10
15 A
Hazard warning lamps.
11
15 A
Rear wiper.
12
7.5 A
Instrument panel, multifunction screen, parking sensors,
heated seats, heated rear screen, electric blind, automatic
headlamp adjustment.
13
15 A
Cigarette lighter, accessory socket.
15
20 A
Electric blind.
16
10 A
Door mirrors, audio equipment.
207
8
In the event of a breakdown
* The maxi-fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. All work on the
maxi-fuses must be carried out by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
18
7.5 A
Reversing lamps.
19
15 A
Accessory socket.
20*
30 A
Electric window controls.
21
*
30 A
Heated rear screen.
22
7.5 A
Heated door mirrors.
24
25 A
Driver's and passenger's electric seats.
25
30 A
Heated seats.
208
In the event of a breakdown
Engine compartment
fuses
Access to the fuses
F
Unclip the cover and remove it completely.
Fuse
Rating
Functions
1
15 A
Front foglamps.
4
10 A
Horn.
5
7.5 A
Alternator.
6
20 A
Headlamp wash.
7
10 A
Air conditioning.
9
20 A
Alarm.
10
15 A
Demisting, wipers.
11
-
Not used.
12
-
Not used.
The fusebox is placed in the engine
compartment (left-hand side).
209
8
In the event of a breakdown
Fuse
Rating
Functions
13
10 A
Daytime running lamps.
14
10 A
Left-hand main beam headlamp.
15
10 A
Right-hand main beam headlamp.
16
20 A
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp (xenon).
17
20 A
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp (xenon).
18
10 A
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp (halogen), manual and
automatic headlamp adjustment.
19
10 A
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp (halogen).
31
30 A
Audio amplifier.
The maxi-fuses provide additional
protection for the electrical systems. All
work on the maxi-fuses must be carried
out by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified
workshop.
Carefully close the cover after replacing
a fuse so as to ensure the correct
sealing of the fusebox.
210
In the event of a breakdown
Spare fuses
The spare fuses are located under the engine
compartment fusebox cover.
The cover does not contain spare
fuses with an amperage of 7.5 A, 25 A
or 30 A. If one of the fuses with these
amperages develops a fault, replace it
with the following fuse:
A
7.5 A fuse
must be replaced with the
10 A spare fuse
, a
25 A fuse
with the
20 A spare fuse
and a
30 A fuse
with
the
audio system fuse (N° 31)
.
Fuse
Rating
33
10 A
34
15 A
35
20 A