Citroen Ds4 - 2011 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Ds4 - 2011 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

CHECKS
PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
AUDIO AND
TELEMATICS
231
Bonnet
232
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
233
Petrol engines
234
Diesel engines
235
Checking levels
238
Checks
244
Temporary puncture
repair kit
249
Changing a wheel
256
Changing a bulb
263
Changing a fuse
269
Battery
272
Energy economy mode
273
Changing a wiper blade
273
Very cold climate screen
274
Towing the vehicle
276
Towing a trailer
278
Accessories
282
Petrol engines
283
Petrol weights
284
Diesel engines
285
Diesel weights
286
Dimensions
287
Identi
cation markings
291
Emergency or assistance
293
eMyWay
345
Audio system
012
012
013
013
010
010
011
011
15
Familiarisation
Instruments and controls
1.
Steering wheel adjustment control.
2.
Steering mounted control paddles for the
6-speed electronic gearbox system.
3.
Lighting and direction indicator 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.
145
Fittings
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 fitted with air conditioning, it
provides access to the ventilation nozzle
B
,
distributing the same cooled air as the vents in
the passenger compartment.
It gives access to the dashboard fusebox (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 interference
or risk of overturning, do not place the
ashtray near the gear lever.
233
Checks
Petrol engines
The various caps and covers allow access for
checking the levels of the various fluids and for
replacing certain components.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake fluid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air filter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil filler cap.
Diesel engines
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.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake fluid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air filter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil filler cap.
10.
Priming pump* .
11.
Bleed screw * .
* According to engine.
263
Practical information
Changing a fuse
The extraction tweezer is fitted to a carrier
clipped to the dashboard fusebox cover.
For access to it:
)
open the glove box lid,
)
unclip the carrier on the fusebox cover by
pulling on the right
)
remove the tweezer,
Access to the tools
)
open the fusebox cover by pulling at top
right,
)
fold down completely the fusebox cover.
Changing foglamp bulbs
These bulbs are replaced from outside the rear bumper:
)
pass your hand under the bumper,
)
turn the bulb holder a quarter turn and
remove it,
)
turn the bulb a quarter turn, pull it out and
fit a new bulb.
For reassembly, carry out these operations in
reverse order.
Take care not to touch the silencer;
there is a risk of burns if changing a
bulb within a few minutes of switching
off the ignition.
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.
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.
Before changing a fuse:
)
the cause of the failure must be identified
and rectified,
)
all electrical consumers must b switched
off,
)
the vehicle must be immobilised with the
ignition off,
)
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
To replace a fuse, you must:
)
use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its housing and check the condition of
its filament
)
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.
265
Practical information
Dashboard fuses
The fuseboxes are located in the lower
dashboard (left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
)
Refer to the paragraph "Access to the
tools".
Fusebox 1
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 amplifier.
Fusebox 2
Fuse
Rating
Functions
F36
15 A
Rear 12 V socket.
F37
-
Not used.
F38
-
Not used.
F39
-
Not used.
F40
-
Not used.
Fuse tables
267
Practical information
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 finished, close the cover
carefully to ensure sealing of the fusebox.
Engine compartment fuses
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.
Fuse table
269
Practical information
Battery
Procedure for charging your battery when it is flat or for starting the engine using another 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 fusebox to remove the battery,
if necessary.
Access to the battery
)
Raise the locking tab fully.
Disconnecting the cables
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).
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.
Failure to observe this recommendation
may cause premature wear of the
battery.
Reconnecting the cables
)
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
.
Do not force the tab as locking will not
be possible if the clip is not positioned
correctly; start the procedure again.
279
Practical information
"Multimedia":
audio systems, steering mounted audio controls,
speakers, Hi-Fi module, Bluetooth hands-free
system, portable satellite navigation system,
semi-integral support bracket for portable
navigation system, speed camera detector, USB
Box, reversing camera, portable video screen,
portable video support bracket, 230 V/50 Hz
socket, 230 V/12 V adaptor, Wi-Fi on board...
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...), ...
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).
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.
Please note this precaution. You
are advised to contact a CITROËN
representative to be shown the range
of recommended equipment and
accessories.
Depending on the legislation in force
in the country, it may be compulsory
to have a high visibility safety vest,
warning triangle and spare bulbs and
fuses available in the vehicle.
Instruments and controls
Instrument panels
38-40
Warning lamps
41-51
Indicators
52-54
Manual test
55
Setting buttons
56-59
-
trip distance recorder
-
lighting dimmer/black panel
-
customisation of dials and screens
Stop & Start
212-214
Wiper controls
133-137
Trip computer
70-74
Door mirrors
94-95
Electric windows
116-117
Hazard warning lamps
172-173
Central locking
108-109
Black panel
58
Adjusting the steering wheel
93
Horn
173
Multifunction screens
62-69
Seat belt and front passenger
airbag warning display screen
180-181
Manual gearbox
201-202
6-speed electronic gearbox
system
203-206
Automatic gearbox
207-210
Parking brake
192-199, 200
Interior mood lighting
139
Rear view mirror
96
Emergency or assistance call
173, 291
Courtesy lamps
138
Ventilation
78-79
Manual air conditioning
80-81, 86
Digital air conditioning
82-86
Demisting/Defrosting
the rear screen
87
Audio system
345-377
Setting the date/time
369
eMyWay satellite navigation system
293-344
Setting the date/time
335
Lighting controls
124-128
Adjusting headlamps
130
Dashboard fuses
263-266
Memorising speeds
218
Speed limiter
219-220
Cruise control
221-222
Opening the bonnet
231
383
Visual search
Technical data - Maintenance
Running out of Diesel fuel
232
Checking levels
235-237
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
coolant
-
power steering fluid
-
screenwash/headlamp wash fluid
-
additive (Diesel with particle emissions filter)
Changing bulbs
256-263
-
front
-
rear
Petrol engines
282-283
Diesel engines
284-285
Dimensions
286
Identification markings
287
Bonnet
231
Petrol underbonnet
233
Diesel underbonnet
234
Checking components
238-240
-
battery
-
air filter/passenger compartment filter
-
oil filter
-
particle emissions filter (Diesel)
-
brake pads/discs
Battery
269-271
Energy economy mode
272
Engine compartment
fuses
264, 267-268
CHECKS
PRACTICAL
INFORMATION
TECHNICAL DATA
AUDIO AND
TELEMATICS
231
Bonnet
232
Running out of fuel (Diesel)
233
Petrol engines
234
Diesel engines
235
Checking levels
238
Checks
244
Temporary puncture repair
kit
249
Changing a wheel
256
Changing a bulb
263
Changing a fuse
269
Battery
272
Energy economy mode
273
Changing a wiper blade
273
Very cold climate screen
274
Towing the vehicle
276
Towing a trailer
278
Accessories
282
Petrol engines
283
Petrol weights
284
Diesel engines
285
Diesel weights
286
Dimensions
287
Identi
cation markings
291
Emergency or assistance
293
eMyWay
345
Audio system
012
012
013
013
010
010
011
011
Instruments and controls
1.
Cruise control/speed limiter controls.
2.
Controls for optional functions.
3.
Steering wheel adjustment control.
4.
Lighting and direction indicator 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 filler flap opening switch.
Upper side switch panel.
14.
Side adjustable air vent.
15.
Front side window demisting vent.
233
Checks
Petrol engines
The various caps and covers allow access for
checking the levels of the various fluids and for
replacing certain components.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake fluid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air filter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil filler cap.
Diesel engines
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.
1.
Power steering reservoir.
2.
Screenwash and headlamp wash reservoir.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake fluid reservoir.
5.
Battery/Fuses.
6.
Fusebox.
7.
Air filter.
8.
Engine oil dipstick.
9.
Engine oil filler cap.
10.
Priming pump* .
11.
Bleed screw * .
* According to engine.
263
Practical information
Changing a fuse
The extraction tweezer is fitted to the back of
the dashboard fusebox cover.
For access to it:
)
unclip the cover by pulling at the top right,
then left,
)
disengage the cover completely and turn it
over,
Access to the tools
)
remove carrier on which the tweezer is
fitted.
Changing foglamp bulbs
These bulbs are replaced from outside the rear bumper:
)
pass your hand under the bumper,
)
turn the bulb holder a quarter turn and
remove it,
)
turn the bulb a quarter turn, pull it out and
fit a new bulb.
For reassembly, carry out these operations in
reverse order.
Take care not to touch the silencer;
there is a risk of burns if changing a
bulb within a few minutes of switching
off the ignition.
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.
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.
Before changing a fuse:
)
the cause of the failure must be identified
and rectified,
)
all electrical consumers must b switched off,
)
the vehicle must be immobilised with the
ignition off,
)
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
To replace a fuse, you must:
)
use the special tweezer to extract the fuse
from its housing and check the condition of
its filament,
)
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.
265
Practical information
Dashboard fuses
The fuseboxes are located in the lower
dashboard (left-hand side).
Access to the fuses
)
Refer to the paragraph "Access to the
tools".
Fusebox 1
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 amplifier.
Fusebox 2
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.
Fuse tables
267
Practical information
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 finished, close the cover
carefully to ensure correct sealing of the
fusebox.
Engine compartment fuses
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.
Fuse table
269
Practical information
Battery
Procedure for charging your battery when it is flat or for starting the engine using another 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 fusebox to remove the battery,
if necessary.
Access to the battery
)
Raise the locking tab fully.
Disconnecting the cables
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).
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.
Failure to observe this recommendation
may cause premature wear of the
battery.
Reconnecting the cables
)
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
.
Do not force the tab as locking will not
be possible if the clip is not positioned
correctly; start the procedure again.
279
Practical information
"Multimedia":
audio systems, steering mounted audio controls,
speakers, Hi-Fi module, Bluetooth hands-free
system, portable satellite navigation system,
semi-integral support bracket for portable
navigation system, speed camera detector, USB
Box, reversing camera, portable video screen,
portable video support bracket, 230 V/50 Hz
socket, 230 V/12 V adaptor, Wi-Fi on board...
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...), ...
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).
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.
Please note this precaution.
You are advised to contact a CITROËN
representative to be shown the range
of recommended equipment and
accessories.
Depending on the legislation in force
in the country, it may be compulsory
to have a high visibility safety vest,
warning triangle and spare bulbs and
fuses available in the vehicle.
Instruments and controls
Instrument panels
38-40
Warning lamps
41-51
Indicators
52-54
Manual test
55
Setting buttons
56-59
-
trip distance recorder
-
lighting dimmer/black panel
-
customisation of dials and screens
Stop & Start
212-214
Lane departure warning system
215
Lighting controls
122-126
Adjusting headlamps
128
Door mirrors
95-96
Electric windows
115-116
Dashboard fuses
263-266
Opening the bonnet
231
Adjusting the steering wheel
94
Horn
173
Multifunction screens
62-69
Seat belt and front passenger
airbag warning display screen
180-181
Manual gearbox
201-202
6-speed electronic gearbox
system
203-206
Automatic gearbox
207-210
Parking brake
192-199, 200
Rear view mirror
97
Emergency or
assistance call
173, 291
Courtesy lamps
136
Wiper controls
131-135
Trip computer
70-74
Ventilation
78-79
Manual air conditioning
80-81, 86
Digital air conditioning
82-86
Demisting/Defrosting
the rear screen
87
Audio system
345-377
Setting the date/time
369
eMyWay satellite navigation system
293-344
Setting the date/time
335
Interior mood lighting
137
Hazard warning lamps
172-173
Central locking
107-108
Black panel
58
Memorising speeds
219
Speed limiter
220-221
Cruise control
222-223
383
Visual search
Technical data - Maintenance
Running out of Diesel fuel
232
Checking levels
235-237
-
oil
-
brake fluid
-
coolant
-
power steering fluid
-
screenwash/headlamp wash fluid
-
additive (Diesel with particle emissions filter)
Changing bulbs
256-263
-
front
-
rear
Petrol engines
282-283
Diesel engines
284-285
Dimensions
286
Identification markings
287
Bonnet
231
Petrol underbonnet
233
Diesel underbonnet
234
Checking components
238-240
-
battery
-
air filter/passenger compartment filter
-
oil filter
-
particle emissions filter (Diesel)
-
brake pads/discs
Battery
269-271
Energy economy mode
272
Engine compartment
fuses
264, 267-268