Citroen C4picasso - 2014 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen C4picasso - 2014 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Contents
Direction indicators
213
Hazard warning lamps
213
Horn
213
Emergency or assistance call
214
Warning triangle
214
Under-inflation detection
215
ESC system
218
Seat belts
222
Airbags
227
Child seats
233
Deactivating the passenger's front airbag
235
ISOFIX mountings
244
Child lock
252
Safety
Temporary puncture repair kit
253
Changing a wheel
261
Snow chains
271
Changing a bulb
272
Changing a fuse
281
12 V battery
288
Energy economy mode
291
Changing a wiper blade
292
Towing the vehicle
293
Towbar with quickly detachable towball
295
Towing a trailer
297
Roof bars
299
Very cold climate screen
301
Accessories
302
Practical information
Bonnet
305
Petrol engines
306
Diesel engines
307
Fuel
308
Misfuel prevention (Diesel)
310
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
312
Checking levels
313
Checks
317
AdBlue
®
additive and SCR system
(BlueHDi Diesel)
319
Checks
Petrol engines
328
Petrol weights
330
Diesel engines
332
Diesel weights
335
Dimensions
338
Identification markings
340
Technical data
Emergency or assistance
341
7-inch touch screen tablet
343
Audio and telematics
Lighting controls
193
Automatic illumination of headlamps
198
Automatic headlamp dipping
199
Daytime running lamps
201
Headlamp adjustment
202
Directional lighting
204
Wiper controls
205
Screenwash
207
Automatic rain sensitive wipers
208
Courtesy lamps
210
Panoramic sunroof
211
Interior mood lighting
212
Visibility
Alphabetical index
6
Overview
Instruments and controls
Touch screen tablet
11-19
Equipment settings
13-17
Setting the date/time
47
GPS Navigation /
Multimedia audio system /
Bluetooth telephone
344-415
Ventilation
94-95
Heating
96
Dual-zone manual air conditioning
97-98
Dual-zone automatic air
conditioning
99-104
Demisting / defrosting
104-105
Door mirrors
91-92
Electric windows, deactivating
72-73
5/6-speed manual gearbox
140
Gear efficiency indicator
150
Automatic gearbox
145-149
Electronic gearbox
141-144
Gear efficiency indicator
150
Opening the bonnet
305
Courtesy lamps
210
Rear view mirror
92
Panoramic sunroof
211
Instrument panels
20-24
Lighting dimmer
45
Warning lamps
25-39
Indicators
40-43
-
service indicator
-
oil level indicator
Electric parking brake
132-138
Dashboard fuses
281-285
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Overview
Maintenance - Technical data
Petrol weights
330-331
Diesel weights
335-337
Running out of fuel, Diesel
312
Checking levels
313-316
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
coolant
-
screenwash/headlamp wash fluid
Checking components
317-318
-
air filter
-
passenger compartment filter
-
oil filter
-
electric parking brake
-
brake pads / discs
Changing bulbs
272-280
-
front
-
rear
Opening the bonnet
305
Under the bonnet, petrol
306
Under the bonnet, Diesel
307
Petrol engines
328-329
Diesel engines
332-334
AdBlue
®
additive
319-327
Identification markings
340
Dimensions
338-339
12V battery
288-290
Load reduction, economy mode
291
Engine compartment
fuses
281-282, 286-287
281
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Practical information
Before changing a fuse:
F
the cause of the failure must be identified
and rectified,
F
all electrical consumers must b switched
off,
F
the vehicle must be immobilised with the
ignition off,
F
identify the failed fuse using the tables and
layout drawings in the following pages.
Changing a fuse
Good
Failed
The replacement of a fuse not shown in
the tables below may cause a serious
malfunction of your vehicle. Contact
a CITROËN dealer or a qualified
workshop.
Tweezer
Changing a fuse
The extraction tweezer is located in the
dashboard fusebox compartment.
For access to it:
F
open the glove box,
F
unclip the cover by pulling at the top left,
then right,
F
disengage the cover completely, by
carefully pulling in the direction indicated
by the arrow,
F
remove the tweezer.
Access to the tools
To replace a fuse, you must:
F
use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its housing and check the condition of
its filament.
F
always replace the failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating (same colour); using a
different rating could cause faults (risk of
fire).
If the fuse fails again soon after replacement,
have the vehicle's electrical system checked by
a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
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Practical information
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
combined consumption of all of the
additional equipment connected
exceeds 10 milliamperes.
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
qualified workshop.
Configurations
The type of electrical system of the vehicle depends on its level of equipment.
To identify the type of electrical system on your vehicle, open the bonnet: the presence of an
additional fusebox in front of the battery indicates that it is type 2.
The type 1 electrical system does not have any fuses in front of the battery.
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Practical information
Type 1 fuse tables
Fusebox 1
Dashboard fuses
The fusebox is located in the lower dashboard
(left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
F
Refer to the paragraph "Access to the tools".
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F8
5 A
Steering mounted controls
F18
20 A
Touch screen tablet, audio and navigation system, CD player,
USB ports and auxiliary sockets.
F16
15 A
Front 12V socket.
F15
15 A
Boot 12V socket.
F28
5 A
START/STOP button.
F30
15 A
Rear wiper.
F27
15 A
Front screenwash pump, rear screenwash pump.
F26
15 A
Horn.
F20
5 A
Airbags.
F21
5 A
Instrument panel.
F19
5 A
Rain and sunshine sensor.
F12
5 A
Keyless starting unit.
F2
5 A
Manual headlamp adjustment control.
284
Practical information
Fusebox 2
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F9
15 A
Rear 12V socket.
285
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Practical information
Type 2 fuse tables
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F3
3 A
START/STOP button.
F6A
15 A
Touch screen tablet, audio and navigation system, CD player,
USB ports and auxiliary sockets.
F8
5 A
Alarm.
F9
3 A
Steering mounted controls.
F19
5 A
Instrument panel.
F24
3 A
Rain and sunshine sensor.
F25
5 A
Airbags.
F33
3 A
Memorisation of driving position.
F34
5 A
Electric power steering.
F13
10 A
Front 12V socket.
F14
10 A
Boot 12V socket.
F16
3 A
Map reading lamps in row 1 courtesy lamps.
F27
5 A
Electronic gearbox gear selector.
F30
20 A
Rear wiper.
F38
3 A
Manual headlamp adjustment control.
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Practical information
Engine compartment fuses
An additional fusebox is fitted in front of the
battery, for type 2.
The fusebox is placed in the engine
compartment near the battery (left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
F
Unclip the cover, by pushing the two red
latches towards the rear of the vehicle.
F
Change the fuse (see corresponding
paragraph).
F
When you have finished, close the cover
carefully to ensure correct sealing of the
fusebox.
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Practical information
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F18
10 A
Right hand main beam
F19
10 A
Left hand main beam.
Type 2 fuse table
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F9
30 A
Motorised tailgate.
F18
25 A
Hi-Fi amplifier.
F21
3 A
Hands-free starting reader unit.
Type 1 fuse table
Fusebox 1
Fusebox 2
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F19
30 A
Front wiper slow / fast speed.
F20
15 A
Front and rear screenwash pump.
F21
20 A
Headlamp wash pump.
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Practical information
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.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
for information on 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, certain safety equipment
may be compulsory: high visibility
safety vests, warning triangles,
breathalyzers, spare bulbs, spare fuses,
fire extinguisher, first aid kit, mud flaps
at the rear of the vehicle.
"Multimedia"
Speakers, Hi-Fi module, head-up display
screen, portable satellite navigation system,
driving assistance systems, reversing camera,
portable video screen, portable video carrier,
telephone carrier, two-screen video pack,
portable video player, CD player, 230 V/50 Hz
socket, 230 V/12 V adaptor, iPhone/iPad
charger...
By visiting a CITROËN dealer you can also
obtain cleaning and maintenance products
(interior and exterior) - including ecological
products in the "TECHNATURE" range,
products for topping up (screenwash...), paint
touch-up pens and aerosols for the exact
colour of your vehicle, refills (sealant cartridge
for the temporary puncture repair kit...), ...
306
Checks
The various caps and covers allow access for
checking the levels of the various fluids and for
replacing certain components.
Petrol engines
1.
Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir.
2.
Coolant reservoir.
3.
Brake fluid reservoir.
4.
Battery / Fuses.
5.
Fusebox.
6.
Air filter.
7.
Engine oil dipstick.
8.
Engine oil filler cap.
307
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Checks
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 reservoir.
2.
Coolant reservoir.
3.
Brake fluid reservoir.
4.
Battery / Fuses.
5.
Fusebox.
6.
Air filter.
7.
Engine oil dipstick.
8.
Engine oil filler cap.
9.
Priming pump*.
* According to engine.