Citroen C5 - 2014 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen C5 - 2014 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

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Contents
Direction indicators
154
Hazard warning lamps
154
Horn
155
Emergency or assistance call
155
Braking assistance systems
156
Trajectory control systems
157
Seat belts
160
Airbags
163
Fuel tank
183
Misfuel prevention (Diesel)
184
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
187
Temporary puncture repair kit
188
Changing a wheel
192
Snow chains
198
Changing a bulb
199
Changing a fuse
210
Battery
216
Energy economy mode
219
Towing the vehicle
220
Towing a trailer
222
Roof bars
224
Very cold climate protection
225
Cold climate screen
226
Advice on care and maintenance
227
Accessories
228
Bonnet
231
Petrol engines
232
Diesel engines
233
Checking levels
235
Checks
239
Petrol engines
242
Petrol weights
243
Diesel engines
245
Diesel weights
247
Diesel weights - commercial versions (Tourer)
251
Dimensions
252
Identification markings
256
Emergency or assistance
257
eMyWay
259
Audio system
313
Audio and telematics
Alphabetical index
Child safety
Practical information
Checks
Safety
Technical data
Child seats
168
Deactivating the passenger's front airbag
171
ISOFIX child seats
178
Child lock
182
.
Overview
7
Instruments and controls
Instrument panels
15
Warning lamps
26-33
Indicators
21-25
Gear efficiency indicator
120
Buttons
25
-
trip recorder
-
lighting dimmer
Parking space sensors
135-136
Windows
47-48
Door mirrors
63
Opening the bonnet
231
Dashboard fuses
210-213
"Hydractive III +" electronic
suspension
140-141
Manual / electronic / automatic
gearboxes
109-110, 111-115, 116-119
Hill start assist
108
Courtesy lamps
83-84
Rear view mirror
64
Interior mood lighting
84
Sun visor
86
Parking brake, manual
100
Parking brake, electric
101-107
Stop & Start
121-123
Multifunction screens
34-38
Hazard warning lamps
154
Ventilation
67-68
Mono-zone digital air conditioning
69-72
Dual-zone digital air conditioning
73-76
Programmable heating
77-82
Emergency or assistance
call
155, 257-258
eMyWay
259-312
Audio system
313-331
Setting the date/time
36, 38
Steering wheel adjustment
62
Interior fittings
86-90
-
glove box
-
auxiliary sockets
-
mats...
Overview
12
Technical data - Maintenance
Petrol engines
242
Petrol weights
243-244
Diesel engines
245-246
Diesel weights
247-250
Commercial version weights (Tourer)
251
Dimensions (Saloon)
252-253
Dimensions (Tourer)
254-255
Identification markings
256
Opening the bonnet
231
Petrol under-bonnet layout
232
Diesel under-bonnet layout
233-234
Running out of fuel - Diesel
187
Checking the levels
235-238
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
power steering fluid
-
coolant
-
screenwash / headlamp wash fluid
Very cold climate protection
225
Changing bulbs
199-209
-
front
-
rear
-
interior
Checking components
239-241
-
battery
-
air / passenger compartment filter
-
oil filter
-
particle emission filter (Diesel)
-
brake pads / discs
Battery
216-218
Energy economy mode
219
Engine compartment
fuses
210, 214-215
Ease of use and comfort
86
Sun visor
F
With the ignition on, lift the flap; the mirror
is illuminated automatically.
To prevent dazzle from ahead, fold the visor
downwards.
It can be disengaged from its central fixing and
pivoted over to the side windows if required.
Cooled glove box
F
To open the glove box, pull the handle and
lower the lid.
The glove box has an air vent
B
that can be
closed manually.
It has automatic illumination.
It provides access to the dashboard fusebox.
The glove box should be kept closed
while driving.
Interior fittings
Practical information
210
Changing a fuse
Replacing a fuse
Before replacing a fuse, it is necessary to:
-
determine the cause of the fault and have it
remedied,
-
switch off all electric consumers,
-
park the vehicle and switch off the ignition,
-
identify the failed fuse using the allocation
tables and diagrams presented on the
following pages.
Good
Failed
Tweezer 1
To replace a fuse, it is essential to:
-
use the special tweezer
1
, placed on the
cover close to the fuseboxes, to extract
the fuse from its holder and check the
condition of its filament,
-
always replace a failed fuse by a fuse of
equivalent rating (same colour); a different
rating could cause a fault (risk of fire).
If the fault recurs soon after replacing the
fuse, have the electrical system checked by a
CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
The replacement of a fuse not
mentioned in the tables below may
cause a serious fault on your vehicle.
Contact a CITROËN dealer or a
qualified workshop.
CITROËN declines all responsibility
for the costs incurred in repairing your
vehicle or faults resulting from the
installation of accessories that are not
supplied or recommended by CITROËN
and not installed in conformity with its
requirements, particularly when the
total consumption of additional devices
exceeds 10 milliamperes.
Installation of electrical
accessories
Your vehicle’s electrical system
is designed to operate with either
standard or optional equipment.
Before installing electrical equipment
or accessories on your vehicle, consult
a CITROËN dealer or a qualified
workshop.
The 2 fuseboxes are located below the dashboard and under the bonnet.
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Practical information
211
Fuses under the dashboard
Access to the fuses
F
open the glove box then unclip the access
cover.
Fusebox
C
Fusebox
A
Tweezer
1
Fusebox
B
Practical information
212
Fusebox B
Fuse
Rating
Function
G29
-
Not used
G30
5 A
Heated door mirrors
G31
5 A
Rain and sunshine sensor
G32
5 A
Seat belt not fastened warning lamps
G33
5 A
Electrochrome rear view mirror
G34
20 A
Sunroof (saloon)
G35
5 A
Passenger door lighting - passenger door mirror adjustment
G36
30 A
Electric tailgate (Tourer)
G37
20 A
Heated front seats
G38
30 A
Driver’s electric seat
G39
30 A
Passenger’s electric seat - Hi-Fi amplifier
G40
3 A
Trailer relay unit supply
Fuse
Rating
Function
G36
15 A
6 speed automatic gearbox
5 A
4 speed automatic gearbox
G37
10 A
Daytime running lamps - Diagnostic socket
G38
3 A
DSC/ASR
G39
10 A
Hydraulic suspension
G40
3 A
STOP switch
Fusebox A
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Practical information
213
Fusebox C
Fuse
Rating
Function
F1
15 A
Rear screen wipe (Tourer)
F2
30 A
Locking and deadlocking relay
F3
5 A
Airbags
F4
10 A
Automatic gearbox - additional heater unit (Diesel) - electrochrome rear view mirror
F5
30 A
Front window - sunroof - passenger door lighting - passenger door mirror adjustment
F6
30 A
Rear window
F7
5 A
Vanity mirror lighting - Glove box lighting - interior lamps - torch (tourer)
F8
20 A
Radio - CD changer - Steering mounted controls - Screen - Under-inflation detection - Electric boot ECU
F9
30 A
Cigarette lighter - front 12 V socket
F10
15 A
Alarm - Steering mounted controls, signalling and wiper controls
F11
15 A
Low current ignition switch
F12
15 A
Driver’s electric seat - instrument panel - seat belt not fastened warning lamps - air conditioning controls
F13
5 A
Engine relay unit - Hydraulic suspension pump cut-off relay - airbag ECU supply
F14
15 A
Rain and sunshine sensor - parking sensors - passenger’s electric seat - trailer relay unit - HIFI amplifier ECU -
Bluetooth system - Lane Departure Warning System
F15
30 A
Locking and deadlocking relay
F17
40 A
Heated rear screen - Heated door mirrors
FSH
SHUNT
PARK SHUNT
Practical information
214
Fuses under the bonnet
Access to the fuses
F
Undo each screw by a 1/4 turn.
F
Remove the cover.
F
Replace the fuse.
Fuse
Rating
Function
F1
20 A
Engine control unit
F2
15 A
Horn
F3
10 A
Screen wash pump
F4
10 A
Headlamp wash pump
F5
15 A
Starter
F6
10 A
Airflow sensor - Directional headlamps - Diagnostic socket
F7
10 A
Automatic gear lever lock - Power steering
F8
25 A
Starter motor
F9
10 A
Clutch switch -
STOP switch
F10
30 A
Actuator motors
F11
40 A
Air conditioning blower
F12
30 A
Wipers
F13
40 A
BSI supply (ignition on)
F14
30 A
-
F15
10 A
Right-hand main beam
F16
10 A
Left-hand main beam
F17
15 A
Right-hand dipped beam
F18
15 A
Left-hand dipped beam
F19
15 A
Actuator motors
F20
10 A
Actuator motors
F21
5 A
Actuator motors
On completion, carefully refit the
cover to ensure correct sealing of
the fusebox.
Any work on the MAXI fuses (that
give additional protection), located
in the fuseboxes, must be left to
a CITROËN dealer or a qualified
workshop.
Table of fuses
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Practical information
215
Table of fuses
Fuse
Rating
Function
F6
25 A
Rear 12 V socket (max power: 100 W)
F7
15 A
Foglamps
F8
20 A
Additional burner (Diesel)
F9
30 A
Electric parking brake
Practical information
216
Battery
Access to the battery
The battery is located under the bonnet.
For access to it:
F
open the bonnet using the interior release
lever, then the exterior safety catch,
F
secure the bonnet stay,
F
remove the plastic cover to gain access to
the two terminals,
F
unclip the fusebox to remove the battery,
if necessary.
The presence of this label, in particular
with the Stop & Start system, indicates
the use of a 12 V lead-acid battery with
special technology and specification;
the involvement of a CITROËN dealer
or a qualified workshop is essential
when replacing or disconnecting the
battery.
After refitting 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).
Procedure for charging your battery when it is flat or for starting the engine using another battery.
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Practical information
229
"Multimedia":
Wi-Fi on board, 230V socket, audio systems,
speakers, semi-integral navigation systems,
portable navigation systems, hands-free kit,
DVD player, USB Box, mapping update CD,
driving aid, Hi-Fi module...
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.
.
Contents
Direction indicators
154
Hazard warning lamps
154
Horn
155
Emergency or assistance call
155
Braking assistance systems
156
Trajectory control systems
157
Seat belts
160
Airbags
163
Fuel tank
183
Misfuel prevention (Diesel)
184
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
187
Temporary puncture repair kit
188
Changing a wheel
192
Snow chains
198
Changing a bulb
199
Changing a fuse
210
Battery
216
Energy economy mode
219
Towing the vehicle
220
Towing a trailer
222
Roof bars
224
Very cold climate protection
225
Cold climate screen
226
Advice on care and maintenance
227
Accessories
228
Bonnet
231
Petrol engines
232
Diesel engines
233
Checking levels
235
Checks
239
Petrol engines
242
Petrol weights
243
Diesel engines
245
Diesel weights
247
Diesel weights - commercial versions
(Tourer)
251
Dimensions
252
Identification markings
256
Emergency or assistance
257
eMyWay
259
Audio system
313
Audio and telematics
Alphabetical index
Child safety
Practical information
Checks
Safety
Technical data
Child seats
168
Deactivating the passenger's front airbag
171
ISOFIX child seats
178
Child lock
182
.
Overview
7
Instruments and controls
Instrument panels
15
Warning lamps
26-33
Indicators
21-25
Gear shift indicator
120
Buttons
25
-
trip recorder
-
lighting dimmer
Parking space sensors
135-136
Windows
47-48
Door mirrors
63
Opening the bonnet
231
Dashboard fuses
210-213
"Hydractive III +" electronic
suspension
140-141
Manual / electronic / automatic
gearboxes
109-110, 111-115, 116-119
Hill start assist
108
Courtesy lamps
83-84
Rear view mirror
64
Interior mood lighting
84
Sun visor
86
Parking brake, manual
100
Parking brake, electric
101-107
Stop & Start
121-123
Multifunction screens
34-38
Hazard warning lamps
154
Ventilation
67-68
Mono-zone digital air conditioning
69-72
Dual-zone digital air conditioning
73-76
Programmable heating
77-82
Emergency or assistance
call
155, 257-258
eMyWay
259-312
Audio system
313-331
Setting the date/time
36, 38
Steering wheel adjustment
62
Interior fittings
86-90
-
glove box
-
auxiliary sockets
-
mats...
Overview
12
Technical data - Maintenance
Petrol engines
242
Petrol weights
243-244
Diesel engines
245-246
Diesel weights
247-250
Commercial version weights (Tourer)
251
Dimensions (Saloon)
252-253
Dimensions (Tourer)
254-255
Identification markings
256
Opening the bonnet
231
Petrol under-bonnet layout
232
Diesel under-bonnet layout
233-234
Running out of fuel - Diesel
187
Checking the levels
235-238
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
power steering fluid
-
coolant
-
screenwash / headlamp wash fluid
Very cold climate protection
225
Changing bulbs
199-209
-
front
-
rear
-
interior
Checking components
239-241
-
battery
-
air / passenger compartment filter
-
oil filter
-
particle emission filter (Diesel)
-
brake pads / discs
Battery
216-218
Energy economy mode
219
Engine compartment
fuses
210, 214-215
Practical information
210
Changing a fuse
The 2 fuseboxes are located below the dashboard and under the bonnet.
Replacing a fuse
Before replacing a fuse, you must:
-
ascertain the cause of the fault and have it
remedied,
-
switch off all electrical consumers,
-
park the vehicle and switch off the ignition,
-
identify the failed fuse using the allocation
tables and diagrams presented on the
following pages.
Good
Failed
Tweezer 1
If the fault recurs soon after replacing the
fuse, have the electrical system checked by a
CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.
When replacing a fuse, it is essential to:
-
use the special tweezer
1
, located on
the cover close to the fusebox, to extract
the fuse from its housing and check the
condition of its filament,
-
always replace a failed fuse with one of
equivalent rating (same colour); using a
different rating could cause a malfunction
(risk of fire).
The replacement of a fuse not
mentioned in the tables below may
cause a serious malfunction on your
vehicle. Contact a CITROËN dealer or a
qualified workshop.
CITROËN will not accept any responsibility
for the costs incurred in repairing
your vehicle or for the malfunctions
resulting from the installation of auxiliary
accessories which were not supplied
or recommended by CITROËN and
which were not installed in accordance
with its instructions, in particular where
the current consumption of all the the
additional equipment connected exceeds
10 milliamps.
Installation of 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.
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Practical information
211
Fuses under the dashboard
Access to the fuses
F
fully open the storage box then pull firmly
on it horizontally,
F
remove the trim by pulling sharply on the
bottom.
Fusebox
C
Fusebox
A
Tweezer
1
When refitting the storage box, observe the
following advice:
-
With the storage box horizontal, refit the
bottom ensuring that the lower cut-outs are
in line with the pins.
-
Give a sharp push to the front.
-
Close the storage box, ensuring that the
springs located behind pass over the top.
Fusebox
B
Practical information
212
Fusebox A
Fusebox B
Fuse
Rating
Function
G29
-
Not used
G30
5 A
Heated door mirrors
G31
5 A
Rain and sunshine sensor
G32
5 A
Seat belt not fastened warning lamps
G33
5 A
Electrochrome mirrors
G34
20 A
Sunroof (saloon)
G35
5 A
Passenger door lighting - Passenger door mirror adjustment
G36
30 A
Electric tailgate (Tourer)
G37
20 A
Heated front seats
G38
30 A
Driver’s electric seat
G39
30 A
Passenger’s electric seat - Hi-Fi amplifier
G40
3 A
Trailer relay unit supply
Fuse
Rating
Function
G36
15 A
6-speed automatic gearbox
5 A
4-speed automatic gearbox
G37
10 A
Daytime running lamps - Diagnostic socket
G38
3 A
DSC/ASR
G39
10 A
Hydraulic suspension
G40
3 A
STOP switch
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Practical information
213
Fusebox C
Fuse
Rating
Function
F1
15 A
Rear screen wipe (Tourer)
F2
30 A
Locking and deadlocking relay
F3
5 A
Airbags
F4
10 A
Automatic gearbox - Additional heater unit (Diesel) - Electrochrome rear view mirrors
F5
30 A
Front window - Sun roof - Passenger door lighting - Passenger door mirror adjustment
F6
30 A
Rear window
F7
5 A
Vanity mirror lighting - Glove box lighting - Interior lamps - Torch (Tourer)
F8
20 A
Radio - CD changer - Steering mounted controls - Screen - Under-inflation detection - Electric boot ECU
F9
30 A
Cigarette lighter - Front 12 V socket
F10
15 A
Alarm - Steering mounted controls, lighting, signalling and wiper stalks
F11
15 A
Low current anti-theft switch
F12
15 A
Driver’s electric seat - Instrument panel - Seat belt not fastened warning lamps - Air conditioning controls
F13
5 A
Engine relay unit - Hydraulic suspension pump cut-off relay - Airbag ECU supply
F14
15 A
Rain and sunshine sensor - Parking sensors - Passenger’s electric seat - Trailer relay unit - HI-FI amplifier ECU -
Bluetooth system - Lane Departure Warning System
F15
30 A
Locking and deadlocking relay
F17
40 A
Heated rear screen - Heated door mirrors
FSH
SHUNT
PARK SHUNT
Practical information
214
Fuses under the bonnet
Access to the fuses
F
Undo each screw by a 1/4 turn.
F
Remove the cover.
F
Change the fuse.
Fuse
Rating
Function
F1
20 A
Engine control unit
F2
15 A
Horn
F3
10 A
Screen wash pump
F4
10 A
Headlamp wash pump
F5
15 A
Engine actuators
F6
10 A
Air flow meter - Directional headlamps - Diagnostic socket
F7
10 A
Automatic gearbox lever lock - Power steering
F8
25 A
Starter motor
F9
10 A
Clutch switch - Stop switch
F10
30 A
Engine actuators
F11
40 A
Air conditioning blower
F12
30 A
Wipers
F13
40 A
BSI supply (ignition on)
F14
30 A
-
F15
10 A
Right-hand main beam
F16
10 A
Left-hand main beam
F17
15 A
Right-hand dipped beam
F18
15 A
Left-hand dipped beam
F19
15 A
Engine actuators
F20
10 A
Engine actuators
F21
5 A
Engine actuators
After a repair, take care to close the
cover correctly to ensure that it is
sealed correctly.
Any repairs on the MAXI fuses (that
give additional protection) located
in the fuseboxes, must be left to a
CITROËN or a qualified workshop.
Table of fuses
8
Practical information
215
Table of fuses
Fuse
Rating
Function
F6
25 A
Rear 12 V socket (max power: 100 W)
F7
15 A
Foglamps
F8
20 A
Additional burner (Diesel)
F9
30 A
Electric parking brake
Practical information
216
Battery
Access to the battery
The battery is located under the bonnet.
For access to it:
F
open the bonnet using the interior release
lever, then the exterior safety catch,
F
secure the bonnet stay,
F
remove the plastic cover to gain access to
the two terminals,
F
unclip the fusebox to remove the battery, if
necessary.
The presence of this label, in particular
with the Stop & Start system, indicates
the use of a 12 V lead-acid battery with
special technology and specification;
the involvement of a CITROËN dealer
or a qualified workshop is essential
when replacing or disconnecting the
battery.
After refitting 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).
Procedure for charging your battery when it is flat or for starting the engine using another battery.
8
Practical information
229
"Multimedia":
Wi-Fi on board, 230V socket, audio systems,
speakers, semi-integral navigation systems,
portable navigation systems, hands-free kit,
DVD player, USB Box, mapping update CD,
driving aid, Hi-Fi module...
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.