Citroen Jumper - 2011 - Ed02 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Jumper - 2011 - Ed02 Fuse Box Diagram

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CONTENTS
Contents
5. SAFETY
111-129
6. ACCESSORIES
130-133
7. CHECKS
134-141
8. QUICK HELP
142-158
9.
TECHNICAL
DATA
159-172
A
Parking brake
11
1
Hazard warning lamps 11
1
Horn
11
2
ABS
11
2
Emergency
braking assistance
11
2
Traction control (ASR) and
stability control (ESP)
11
3
Fixed speed limiter
11
5
Seat belts
11
6
Airbags
11
9
Deactivating
the passenger airbag
12
0
Child seats
12
2
ISOFIX seats
12
4
Towing a trailer
13
0
Roof bars
13
2
Other accessories
13
2
Opening the bonnet
1
34
Under the bonnet
13
5
Levels
13
6
Checks
13
8
Fuel
14
1
Battery
14
2
Changing a wheel
14
4
Puncture repair kit
14
7
Changing a bulb
14
9
Changing a fuse
15
3
Changing a wiper
blade
15
7
Being towed
15
8
Dimensions
16
0
Engines
16
7
Weights
16
8
Identi
cation
markings
17
2
10.
VISUAL
SEARCH
173-180
Exterior
17
3
Instruments
and controls
17
4
Interior
17
6
Technical data -
Maintenance
17
7
Child seats in the rear.
8
Familiarisation
INTERIOR
Instruments and controls
1.
Fusebox.
2.
Programmable heating.
3.
Cruise control switch.
4.
MODE, configuration and
personalisation/lighting dimmer/
headlamp beam height adjustment.
5.
Lighting and direction indicator control
stalk.
6.
Instrument panel with screen.
7.
Wiper/screenwash/trip computer control
stalk.
8.
Ignition switch.
9.
Driver’s airbag/horn.
Under the bonnet
135
7
CHECKS
DIESEL ENGINES
1.
Windscreen/headlamp wash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5.
Air filter.
6.
Dipstick.
a
: 2.2 Iitre 100
b
: 2.2 Iitre 120
c
: 3.0 Iitre 160
7.
Engine oil filler cap.
a
: 2.2 Iitre 100
b
: 2.2 Iitre 120
c
: 3.0 Iitre 160
8.
Power steering reservoir.
Battery connections:
+
Positive metal point.
-
Negative metal point (earth).
UNDER THE BONNET
153
QUICK HELP
8
Changing a fuse
The three fuseboxes are placed in the
dashboard on the passenger’s side, in
the driver’s door pillar and in the engine
compartment.
Descriptions are given only for fuses that
can be changed by the user. For all other
work on the fuses, go to a CITROËN dealer
or a qualified workshop.
Removing and fitting a fuse
Before changing a fuse, the cause of the
fault must be found and rectified. The fuse
numbers are indicated on the fusebox.
Always replace a failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
CHANGING A FUSE
CITROËN declines to accept any
responsibility for expenses incurred for
repairs to your vehicle or for any malfunctions
resulting from the installation of additional
accessories which are not supplied or
recommended by CITROËN the manufacturer
and which are not installed in accordance with
its instructions, in particular when the combined
consumption of all of the additional equipment
connected exceeds 10 milliamperes.
Good
Failed
Motor trade professionals: for compete
information on the fuses and relays,
refer to the diagrams in the workshop
procedure documents available at dealers.
154
Changing a fuse
PASSENGER’S SIDE DASHBOARD FUSES
- Remove the bolts and tilt the box to access the fuses.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
12
7.5
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp
13
7.5
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp
31
5
Relay supply
32
7.5
Interior lighting
33
20
Battery sensor
34
20
Minibus interior lighting - Hazard warning
36
10
Audio system - Diagnostic socket - Alarm siren - Programmable additional heating controls -
Air conditioning controls - Tachograph - Battery
37
7.5
Brake lamps switch - Third brake lamp - Instrument panel
38
20
Central locking
42
5
ABS control unit and sensor - ASR sensor - ESP sensor - Brake lamps switch
43
20
Windscreen wiper motor
47
20
Driver’s electric window motor
48
20
Passenger electric window motor
49
5
Audio system - Instrument panel controls
50
7.5
Airbags and pre-tensioners unit
51
5
Tachograph - Cruise control - Air conditioning controls - Reversing lamps -
water in Diesel sensor
53
7.5
Instrument panel
89
-
Not used
90
7.5
Left hand main beam headlamp
91
7.5
Right han main beam headlamp
92
7.5
Left hand foglamp
93
7.5
Right hand foglamp
QUICK HELP
8
Changing a fuse
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
54
-
Not used
55
15
Heated seats
56
15
12 V socket
57
10
Programmable additional heating
58
15
Demisting: left hand rear screen
59
15
Demisting: right hand rear screen
60
-
Not used
61
-
Not used
62
-
Not used
63
10
Programmable additional heating switch
64
-
Not used
65
30
Programmable additional heating fan
DRIVER’S DOOR PILLAR
FUSES
-
Unclip the cover.
When you have finished, close the cover
carefully.
156
Changing a fuse
FUSES IN THE ENGINE
COMPARTMENT
-
Remove the nuts and tilt the box to
access the fuses.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
1
40
ABS pump supply
2
50
Diesel pre-heater unit
3
30
Ignition switch
4
30
Headlamp washer pump
8
40
Cab fan unit
9
15
Rear 12 V socket
10
15
Horn
14
15
Front 12 V socket
15
10
Cigarette lighter
20
30
Screenwash pump
21
15
Fuel pump supply
24
15
Additional panel for ambulance - Mirrors
30
15
Demisting
174
Instruments and controls
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
Instrument panels, screens, speedometer
28
Warning lamps, indicator lamps
29-35
Indicators, gauge
36-37
Lighting controls
42
Automatic illumination of headlamps
43
Guide-me-home lighting
43
Sidelamps/park
44
Fuses
153-156
Mode, vehicle con
guration
74-77
Programmable additional
heating
57-59
Additional heating,
rear air conditioning
55-56
Pneumatic suspension
81
Headlamp beam height adjustment
44
Lighting dimmer
37
Setting the time
76
Front/rear wipers
45
Screenwash/headlamp wash
45
Trip computer - MODE
74-77
Starter, ignition switch
39
Hill start
40
Cruise control
46-48
Fixed speed limiter
115
Steering wheel, reach adjustment
38
Horn
112
Instruments and controls
8
Electric windows, mirrors
72-73
Locking the load space
27
176
Interior
Seat belts
116-117
Airbags
119-121
Deactivating the passenger airbag
120
Parking brake,
handbrake
111
Seats, adjustments
60-61
Seat with variable damping
61
2-seat bench
62
Tools, jack
144
ISOFIX mountings
124-126
Child seats
122-129
Courtesy lamps
71, 151
12 volt socket
70
Rear view mirror
72
Cab courtesy lamp
69, 151
Changing a courtesy lamp bulb
151
Load space
70-71
stowing rings,
load retainer,
roof box,
trims,
inspection lamp.
Accessories
132-133
INTERIOR
Sliding side windows
71
Battery (+), charging,
starting
142-143
Earth point (-)
135
Reversing camera
79-80
Fuses in the right hand door pillar
155
Crew cab
65
Seats/rear bench seats
63-64
Rear heating/
air conditioning
55-56
177
Technical data - Maintenance
10
VISUAL SEARCH
Screenwash/headlamp wash, level
137
Bulbs, lighting,
changing bulbs
149-151
Opening the bonnet, stay
134
Under the bonnet
135
Identi
cation markings,
serial number, paint, tyres
172
Changing a wiper blade
157
Levels
136-137
dipstick,
power steering fluid,
brake fluid,
coolant.
Water bleed, Diesel
lter
138
Checks
138
battery,
air/passenger compartment filter,
oil filter,
parking brake,
particle filter,
brake pads.
Emission control
36
Engine fuses
153, 156
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Engine technical data
167
Dimensions
160-166
Weights
168-171