Citroen C8 - 2013 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen C8 - 2013 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

CONTENTS
3
Contents
5. ACCESSORIES
103-107
7. QUICK HELP
116-131
8.
TECHNICAL
DATA
132-138
6. CHECKS
108-115
10. VISUAL SEARCH
139-148
Towing a trailer
103
Roof bars
105
Very cold climate
screen
106
Other accessories
107
Fuel
109
Tank
109
Circuit disarmed
110
Diesel repriming
pump
110
Opening the bonnet
111
Diesel under-bonnet
layout
112
Levels
113
Checks
115
Battery
116
Changing
a wheel
117
a bulb
121
a fuse
124
a wiper blade
130
Being towed
131
Model codes
132
Diesel
133
Engine
133
Weights and towing
loads
134
Dimensions
136
Exterior
139
Interior
140
Front interior
141
Instruments
and controls
142
Technical data -
Maintenance
143
Eco-driving
144
9.
TECHNOLOGY
on BOARD
eMyWay
9.1
Audio system
9.61
The "Location" section
assists you in
nding the
controls and functions
and their associated page
numbers on the schematic
outlines of the vehicle
(visual index).
The "In-Car Technology"
section presents the new
radio/navigation equipment.
9
1
FAMILIARISATION
Interior
13.
Battery / Fuse box.
14.
Passenger air bag.
15.
Passenger's lower glove box /
RCA sockets.
16.
Air conditioning controls.
17.
Lighter /
12 V accessories socket.
18.
Hazard warning lights switch.
19.
Storage compartment or additional
telematics control.
20.
Cooled compartment.
21.
Ashtray / Can holder.
22.
Seat adjustment control.
23.
Storage compartment.
24.
Fuse box.
25.
Handbrake - on the right.
1.
Electric mirror controls.
- Electric window controls.
- Deactivation of the rear electric
controls.
2.
Driver's upper glove box.
3.
Central adjustable vents.
4.
Audio equipment or GPS
multimedia audio equipment with
ap.
5.
Instrument panel / Large colour
display.
6.
Sunshine and passenger
compartment temperature sensor.
7.
Passenger's upper glove box.
26.
Bonnet release under cover - on
the left.
27.
Acoustic windscreen.
INTERIOR OVERVIEW
SETTING THE DATE AND
TIME
For more information about
this adjustment, refer to the
"Setting the date and time" section of
the "In-car technology" section.
ADDITIONAL HEATER
With the engine at idle
or when the vehicle is
stationary, it is normal
to notice a high-pitched
whistling and a slight emission of
smoke and odour.
Bluetooth functions.
8.
Windscreen demisting vents.
9.
Speaker (tweeter).
10.
Front window demisting vents.
11.
Passenger air bag disarming
switch, if
tted on your vehicle.
12.
Side adjustable vent.
EASE OF USE and COMFORT
3
77
Practical information
1. Driver's upper glove box
FRONT INTERIOR LAYOUT
This is
tted with a lock.
To open the glove box, lift the handle.
The light comes on when the cover is
opened.
It contains three sockets for the
connection of video equipment and
access to the fascia fuse box.
It includes special compartments for
storing maps, a packet of cigarettes,
an A4 document etc.
RCA sockets.
This permits the connection of a mobile
telephone charger, a baby's bottle
warmer, etc.
To open, press the button.
To close, press the cover.
It includes special compartments for
storing a pen, a mobile telephone,
coins or tokens and credit cards.
2. Audio equipment concealing
ap
Lower the
ap fully to lock it in place.
Press the
ap to raise it.
3. Central storage compartment
4. Passenger's upper glove box
To open, press the button.
To close, press the cover.
It includes special compartments for
storing a pair of spectacles, keys,
ve
CDs and four audio cassettes or nine
audio CDs.
5. Passenger's lower glove box
6.
Lighter or 12 V socket for
accessories (120 W)
12. Mat
tting/removal
When removing the front mat, push
the seats as far back as possible and
remove the
xings.
When re
tting, position the mat
correctly on the pins and clip the
xings.
Check that the mat is secured
correctly.
To prevent the mat from becoming
caught under the pedals:
-
only use mats suited to the
xings
already present in the vehicle. It
is imperative that these
xings are
used.
-
never
t one mat on top of another.
7. Cooled compartment
It can hold up to three cans.
Slide the closer, located on the right, to
open (upwards) or close (downwards)
the air inlet.
8. Can holder and ashtray
This retractable and lit support contains
up to two can holders, a removable
ashtray and a location for the lighter
when it is used as a 12 V socket
(120 W).
9.
Storage compartment or
additional telematics control
The storage compartment must not be
used as an ashtray.
If
tted on your vehicle, the additional
telematics control is located on the
centre console.
10. Storage compartment
11.
Door tray with space for a bottle
of water
Bluetooth functions.
104
Towing a trailer
On the contrary, use a high gear to
lower the engine speed and reduce
your speed.
In all cases, pay attention to the
coolant temperature.
Brakes:
towing increases the braking
distance. Drive at a moderate speed,
change down early and brake
gradually.
Automatic adjustment
For vehicles with Xenon bulbs, and if
the change in load makes it necessary,
this system automatically corrects the
height of the beam after approximately
2 minutes. The driver is then assured
of having optimum lighting and not
causing a nuisance to other road
users.
In certain cases of particularly
arduous use (towing the
maximum load up a steep slope
in high temperatures), the engine
automatically limits its power. In this
case, cutting off the air conditioning
allows the engine power to be
recovered, and therefore the towing
speed to be signi
cantly increased
(approximately 12 mph [20 km/h]
more). Sequential control of the
gearbox may also become unavailable.
Lighting
Bicycle carrier
Refer to the "Identi
cation
features" section of chapter 8.
Refer to the "Steering wheel
controls" section of chapter 3.
When using a trailer connection,
you must add a fuse. Refer to
the "Changing a fuse" section of
chapter 7.
If the coolant temperature warning light
comes on, stop the vehicle and switch
off the engine as soon as possible.
Tyres:
check the tyre pressures of
the towing vehicle and of the trailer,
observing the recommended pressure.
Side wind:
sensitivity to side wind is
increased. Drive smoothly and at a
moderate speed.
Towbar
We recommend the use of original
CITROËN towbars, which have been
tested for endurance from the design
stage of your vehicle.
Towing equipment must be
tted in
accordance with the manufacturer's
instructions, with particular attention to
the towing capacities of your vehicle,
the load towed, the nose weight and
the electrical connection. As this
tting
should be carried out by a professional,
we recommend that you entrust the
tting of this equipment to a CITROËN
dealer.
In accordance with the general
instructions referred to above, we draw
your attention to the risk connected
with
tting a towbar or other electrical
accessory which is not recommended
by the CITROËN network. Fitting such
equipment could result in a failure
of your vehicle's electronic system.
Please contact a CITROËN dealer
rst
for further information.
Manual adjustment
Adjust your headlamps so as not to
dazzle other road users. Check the
electrical signalling of the trailer.
If you
t a bicycle carrier on
the tailgate, deactivate the
rear wiper from the display's
con
guration menu.
112
Under the bonnet
UNDER-BONNET LAYOUT
DIESEL ENGINES
1.
Windscreen/headlamp wash
reservoir.
2.
Fuse box.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Wheelbrace.
5.
Brake and clutch
uid reservoir.
6.
Jack housing.
7.
Air
lter.
8.
Removable towing eye.
9.
Engine oil
ller cap.
10.
Dipstick
(
a
: 2.0 HDi).
11.
Power steering reservoir.
12.
Repriming pump.
121
QUICK HELP
7
Changing a bulb
CHANGING A BULB
Handle the bulbs with a dry cloth.
Make access easier on the right-
hand side by removing the wash-wipe
pipe and the fuse box cover.
High pressure washing: when using
this type of washing on stubborn dirt,
do not persist on the headlamps, the
lights and their surrounds to avoid
damaging their coating and their seal.
2 -
Main beam headlamps
H7-55 W or xenon bulb.
-
Turn the protective cover
corresponding to the faulty bulb
a quarter of a turn to the left and
remove it.
-
Disconnect the connector.
-
Press the end of the securing clip
to free it. Change the bulb.
When
tting the new bulb, ensure that
the direction notches are positioned
correctly and the securing clip is
xed
properly.
-
Reconnect the connector.
-
Re
t the protective cover, then turn
it a quarter of a turn to the right.
3 -
Fog lamps
H1-55 W.
FRONT LIGHTS
1.
Dipped headlamps
2.
Main beam headlamps
3.
Fog lamps
4.
Side lights
5.
Direction indicators
1 -
Dipped beam headlamps
H7-55 W or xenon bulb.
4 -
Side lights
W 5 W.
-
Turn the bulb holder a quarter of a
turn to the left and remove it.
-
Change the bulb.
WARNING: RISK OF
ELECTROCUTION
Xenon bulbs must be changed by a
CITROËN dealer.
124
Changing a fuse
CHANGING A FUSE
The fuseboxes are located in:
-
the instrument panel lower glove
box (right-hand side),
-
the battery compartment (right-
hand side
oor),
-
the engine compartment.
The spare fuses and a special
tweezer
A
are
xed to the inside of the
lid of the instrument panel fusebox.
Before changing a fuse you must
establish the cause of the fault and
have it corrected. The fuse numbers
are indicated on the fusebox.
-
Use the special tweezer
A
.
Always
replace
a
failed
fuse
with
one of the same rating.
Removing and changing a fuse
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 combined consumption of all of
the additional equipment connected
exceeds 10 milliamperes.
125
QUICK HELP
7
Changing a fuse
INSTRUMENT PANEL FUSES
-
Open the lower glove box on the right-hand side.
-
Pull the handle to open the cover and access the fuses.
Rating
(Amps)
Functions
1
15
Rear wiper.
2
-
Not used.
3
5
Airbag control unit.
4
10
Steering wheel angle sensor, Diagnostic socket, ESP sensor, Manual air conditioning, Clutch
switch, Headlamp beam height, Particle emission
lter pump, Electrochromatic interior mirror.
5
30
Electric mirrors, Passenger's electric window motor, Sunroof row 1.
6
30
Front electric windows supply.
7
5
Courtesy lamps, Glove box lamp, Courtesy mirror lamps, Entertainment screen lamps row 2.
8
20
Multifunction display, Anti-theft alarm siren, Audio equipment, Compact disc changer, Audio/
telephone, Diesel additive control unit, Tyre under-in
ation detection control unit, Sliding doors
module control unit.
9
30
Cigarette lighter.
10
15
Steering wheel switching, Trailer fusebox.
11
15
Diagnostic socket, Ignition switch, Automatic gearbox (4-speed).
12
15
Driver's seat memory unit, Passenger's electric seat, Airbag control unit, Parking sensors control
unit, Sliding side door buttons, Hands-free kit, Automatic gearbox (6-speed).
13
5
Engine fuse box, Trailer fusebox.
14
15
Rain sensor, Automatic air conditioning, Instrument panel, Sunroofs, Odometer warning lamps
unit, Audio-telematics control.
15
30
Passenger's lock locking.
16
30
Locking/unlocking of the doors.
17
40
Heated rear screen.
126
Changing a fuse
TERY COMPARTMENT
BATT
USES
FUS
Fusebox
The fuses are located in the battery
compartment, housed underneath the
oor in front of the seat on the right-
hand side:
-
unclip the cover.
Carefully close the cover when you
have
nished.
127
7
Changing a fuse
Rating
(Amps)
Functions
1
*
40
Electric sliding side door.
2
*
40
Electric sliding side door.
3
*
-
Not used.
4
*
40
Trailer fusebox.
31
5
Main brake switch.
32
25
Driver's seat memorisation.
33
25
Passenger's seat memorisation.
34
20
Sunroof row 3.
35
20
Sunroof row 2.
36
10
Passenger's heated seat.
37
10
Driver's heated seat.
38
15
Not used.
39
20
12 V accessory socket row 3.
40
20
12 V accessory socket row 2.
* The maxi-fuses provide additional protection for the electrical systems. All work must be carried out by a CITROËN dealer.
128
Changing a fuse
Fusebox
To access the fuses located in the
engine compartment (to the left of the
coolant reservoir):
-
unclip the cover.
GINE COMPARTMENT
ENGIN
USES
FUS
The designations communicated
only relate to the fuses which can
be changed by the user using the
tweezer and spare fuses, located in
the glove box behind the instrument
panel fuse box, on the right-hand side.
For any other work, visit a CITROËN
dealer.
Carefully close the cover when you
have
nished.
The electrical system of your vehicle is
designed to operate with standard or
optional equipment.
Before installing other electrical
equipment or accessories on your
vehicle, consult a CITROËN dealer.
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 where the
equipment in question consumes more
than 10 milliamperes.
Intended for professionals: for full
fuse and relay information, consult the
"Workshop procedures" diagram via
the CITROËN network.
129
QUICK HELP
7
Changing a fuse
Rating
(Amps)
Functions
1
20
Engine control unit, Fuel supply and air supply systems, Fan assembly.
2
15
Horn.
3
10
Front and rear wash-wipe pump.
4
20
Headlamp wash pump.
5
15
Fuel supply system.
6
10
Power steering, Secondary brake pedal switch, Automatic gearbox control unit, Air
ow sensor,
Automatic beam corrector with xenon bulbs.
7
10
Braking system (ABS/ESP).
8
20
Starter control.
9
10
Main brake switch.
10
30
Fuel supply and air supply systems, Emission control systems.
11
40
Front air conditioning.
12
30
Windscreen wipers.
13
40
Built-in systems interface.
14
30
Not used.
15
30
Child lock locking/unlocking/deadlocking control.
140
Interior
Rear
ttings
78-79
-
stowing rings,
-
storage tray,
-
load space cover,
-
hooks,
-
luggage retaining net,
-
grab handle,
-
coat hook,
-
bottle/can holder,
-
accessories socket.
Boot, tailgate
25
Rear windows
84
Side blinds
81
Front seats
59-63, 75
-
head restraint,
-
electric controls,
-
manual controls.
Courtesy lamp, interior lighting
80
Seat belts
91-92
Airbags
93-96
Battery
116
Battery fuses
126-127
Economy mode
116
Front
ttings
76-77
-
storage tray,
-
glove box,
-
cooled compartment,
-
bottle/cup holder,
-
accessories socket,
-
mat,
-
storage compartment.
Iso
x mountings
98-99
Electric child lock
25
Rear seats, bench seat
64-70
-
head restraint,
-
writing table.
Child seats
97-102
Con
guration, modularity
71-73
INTERIOR
141
VISUAL SEARCH
10
Front interior
Instrument panels,
dials, counters
27-28
Warning lamps,
indicator lamps
29-33
Indicators, displays
34-36
Dimmer, trip recorder zero reset
36
Parking brake,
handbrake
86
Heating, ventilation
54-58
-
defrosting, demisting,
-
air conditioning A/C,
-
climate control,
-
air recirculation.
Hazard warning lamps
86
In-car Technology
Section 9
-
eMyWay
-
Audio system
Fittings
76-77
-
cigarette lighter,
-
glove box,
-
cooled compartment,
-
ashtray.
Interior fuses
124-125
Mirror, toll card,
car park ticket
81-82
Sun visor,
mirror/monitoring
81, 102
Courtesy lamp, interior lighting
80
Setting the
date/time
Section 9
FRONT INTERIOR
143
VISUAL SEARCH
10
Technical data - Maintenance
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Engine fuses
128-129
Wash-wipe/headlamp wash
46, 47, 114
Bulbs, lighting,
changing bulbs
121-123
Battery
116
Battery fuses
126-127
Checks
112, 115
-
air/oil
lters,
-
particle emission
lter,
-
brake pads/discs.
Levels
113-114
-
diesel additive,
-
fuel supply,
-
oil gauge,
-
power steering
uid,
-
brake
uid,
-
coolant.
Diesel
112, 132-135
Fuel cut-off/priming
110
Engine
data
112, 133
Weights, loads
134-135
Dimensions
136-138
Identi
cation features
17
Opening the bonnet, stay
111
Under the bonnet
112