Citroen Emehari - 2016 - Ed02 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Emehari - 2016 - Ed02 Fuse Box Diagram

Contents
Presentation of your E-MEHARI
4
Familiarisation with your E-MEHARI
8
Doors
10
Boot floor hatch
10
Control pedals
11
Front head restraints
11
Access to the rear seats
11
Adjusting the driver's seat and the
passenger's seat
12
Seat belts
14
Instruments and controls
17
Steering wheel (adjustment)
18
Electric power steering system
18
Mirrors
19
Exterior lighting and signalling
20
Visual indicators
22
Horns and audible warnings
24
Wiper / Screenwash
25
High voltage safety
26
Charging your E-MEHARI
27
Get to know
your E-MEHARI
Starting / Switching off the vehicle
33
Instruments and indicators
on your E-MEHARI
35
Parking brake
37
Drive selector
38
ABS – ESP
39
Driving your E-MEHARI
40
Driving
Heating / Ventilation
41
Air conditioning (an option)
45
Interior lighting
46
Interior fittings
47
Folding bench rear seat
48
Rear side windows
49
Rear screen
49
Boot flap
50
Fabric roof
51
Front windows
52
Your comfort
Under the bonnet
53
Servicing your E-MEHARI
56
Tyres / Tyre pressures
56
Washing precautions
57
Maintenance
Temporary puncture repair kit
58
Replacing a bulb
59
Replacing a fuse
59
Hibernation mode
62
Audio system
64
Practical advice
Get to know your E-MEHARI
26
High voltage safety
This symbol identifies electric components in the vehicle that could present a risk to your safety.
Presentation
Your E-MEHARI is fitted with a LMP
®
battery that operates at voltages of up to 450V, delivering a
direct current.
The diagram below presents the locations of the different components on your E-MEHARI (LMP
®
battery, drive train, 12V battery, RFID reader).
It is strictly prohibited for any non-
qualified person to work on your
vehicle's high voltage system.
Incorrect handling could lead to the
creation of an electric arc or electric
shock which could cause serious or
fatal injuries or burns.
In the event of a problem with your
E-MEHARI, contact CITRÖEN
ASSISTANCE without delay, either by
telephone or using the blue assistance
button located on the centre console of
your E-MEHARI (see page 9).
The servicing and repair of your
E-MEHARI must be entrusted to a
CITROËN authorised repairer or a
qualified professional.
This includes all parts of the high
voltage system.
Handling the components of the high
voltage system is strictly prohibited.
Only trained and qualified persons can
work on these components.
CITROËN has a network of authorised
repairers trained in working on the high
voltage system of the vehicle.
Power cut-off in the event
of an impact
In the event of an impact or accident, an impact
detection system on your E-MEHARI cuts off
the vehicle's high voltage power supply.
Passenger compartment fuses
RFID reader
Drive train
Power fuses
12V battery
LMP
®
battery
1
Get to know your E-MEHARI
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Using the CCID charging cable
Observe the safety rules and follow the steps indicated before use.
Keep the charging cable out of reach of
children.
Do not use the charging cable if the
ambient temperature is above 45 degrees
Celsius.
Handle the charging cable with care,
avoid dropping it and do not pull heavily
on the cable or the cord.
Ensure that the power supply used is
220-240V 50Hz.
Before connecting the charging cable,
check the nominal current indicated on
the charging cable, to ensure that the
power point and supply circuit are rated
sufficiently highly to charge your vehicle.
Use only the original charging cable.
Do not attempt to dismantle or repair the
charging cable.
Do not use an extension lead or adaptor.
Incorrect use of the charging cable would
risk causing an electrical discharge or
fire.
Stop using the charging cable
immediately if a fault or anomaly occurs
or if the FAULT warning lamp comes on
or flashes.
Ensure that the plug is not allowed to
become wet.
Do not touch the terminals on the
charging cable or the vehicle's charging
socket.
Do not use the charging cable if parts of
it are broken, frayed, cracked, open or
showing any other sign of damage.
The charging cable allows a constant
current consumption of 10A. Ensure
that the electrical installation (socket,
wiring…) used for charging is rated with
at least this nominal current value and
that it meets the most recent standards
and regulations on electrical wiring in
force in your country or region.
The maximum nominal current depends
on the country.
The socket and wiring circuit must be
earthed and protected by a circuit breaker
or fuse to avoid any accident of electrical
origin.
Contact a qualified electrician if in any
doubt over the power point and wiring
circuit.
(1)
Locking button
(2)
LEDs
(3)
Cable
(4)
Plug
(5)
Control unit
(6)
Cable
(7)
Protective cover
5
Practical advice
59
Replacing a bulb
All maintenance on the vehicle's lamps must be
carried out by a CITROËN authorised repairer
or a qualified professional.
If a headlamp has to be replaced on your
E-MEHARI: go to a CITROËN authorised
repairer or qualified professional.
Replacing a fuse
Fuses under the bonnet
Your E-MEHARI is an electric vehicle
that includes systems operating at
high voltage and high currents. The
maintenance on the fuses under the
bonnet of your E-MEHARI must be
carried out by a qualified person.
A mistake handling these parts could
cause an electric shock resulting in
serious injury or death.
All maintenance on the vehicle's fuses must be
carried out by a CITROËN authorised repairer
or a qualified professional.
Fuses in the passenger
compartment
Remove the nut from the access cover
(1)
located below the passenger storage
compartment.
If an electric system is not working, check the
condition of the fuses.
Practical advice
60
Check the condition of the fuse and, if
necessary, replace it with a new fuse,
which must be of the same rating as the
original fuse.
A fuse of too high a rating could cause
overheating of the electrical system
(risk of fire) if there were abnormal
current consumption in a circuit.
To check and replace a fuse:
-
Extract the fuse using the tweezer
(1)
-
Slide the tweezer sideways to remove it
-
It is recommended that the free fuse
locations be not used
-
Don't forget to return the tweezer
(1)
to its
holder
The tweezer for extracting fuses
(1)
is located
under the bonnet.
5
Practical advice
61
Fuse allocations in the
passenger compartment
The presence of certain fuses depends on the
equipment level of the vehicle.
Fuse
Rating
Application
F3
7.5A
Rear foglamp
F4
10A
+12V switched, brake + third brake lamps
F5
20A
+12V switched, radio - navigation screen - aerial
F6
7.5A
Left-hand brake lamp (GEN1 only)
F7
7.5A
Right-hand brake lamp (GEN1 only)
F14
5A
+12V switched, front/rear defrosting-cabin fan relay
F15
15A
12V accessory socket
F16
25A
Front wiper and screenwash (GEN1 only)
F19
7.5A
+12V BAT starting key - dashboard
F20
20A
+12V BAT radio - navigation screen - aerial
F35
7.5A
+12V switched, switch illumination - diagnostic socket
F36
5A
+12V switched, IER telemetry box
F37
5A
+12V switched, navigation screen - radio
F38
5A
+12V BAT cabin UCE (BCM) - drive selector
FA
10A
Spare fuse
FB
15A
Spare fuse
FC
20A
Spare fuse
FD
20A
Spare fuse
FE
25A
Spare fuse
FF
7.5A
Spare fuse