Citroen Jumper - 2015 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Jumper - 2015 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

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Contents
CONTENTS
5. SAFETY
98-120
6. ACCESSORIES
121-125
7. CHECKS
126-141
8. QUICK HELP
142-171
9. TECHNICAL
DATA
172-182
Parking brake
98
Hazard warning lamps
98
Horn
99
Braking assistance
systems
99
Trajectory control
systems
101
Lane departure
warning system
105
Seat belts
106
Airbags
110
Deactivating the
passenger's front
airbag
111
Child seats
113
ISOFIX seats
117
Towing a trailer
121
Roof carrying systems 123
Other accessories
124
Snow chains
125
Opening the bonnet
127
Underbonnet
128
Levels
129
Checks
131
Fuel
134
BlueHDi and
AdBlue
®
additive
136
Battery
142
Changing a fuse
145
Changing a bulb
149
Changing a wiper
blade
155
Changing a wheel
156
Puncture repair kit
161
Towing the vehicle
163
Detachable towball
164
Glossary of labels
168
Dimensions
172
Engines
177
Weights
179
Identification markings 182
10. AUDIO and
TELEMATICS
SPECIAL FEATURES
Audio system
231
Crew cab
249
Chassis Cab /
Floor Cab
251
Double cab
254
Tipper body
258
Rear seat belts.
Child seats / ISOFIX
mountings at the rear.
Touch screen
Audio-Telematic
system
183
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OVERVIEW
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Presentation
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1.
Fusebox.
2.
Additional programmable heating.
3.
Cruise control / sped limiter controls.
4.
Vehicle configuration / Headlamp beam
height / Front/rear foglamps.
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 front airbag / Horn.
10.
Steering mounted audio system
controls.
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OVERVIEW
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Location
Seat belts
106-108
Airbags
110-112
Deactivating the
passenger's front airbag
111, 114
Parking brake, handbrake
98
Front seats, adjustments
71-72
Seat with variable damping
72
2-seat bench
73
Child seats
113-116, 119-120
12 volt socket,
USB port
79, 81-82
Battery (+), charging,
starting
142-144
Earth point (-)
128, 142
Fuses in the right hand door pillar
145, 147
INTERIOR
Seats / rear bench
seats
74-75
Rear heating /
air conditioning
65-66
Sliding side door
20
Folding foot board
84
Sliding side windows
83
Rear view mirror
85
Lane departure
warning system
105
Cab courtesy lamp
80, 152
Changing a courtesy
lamp bulb
149, 152
ISOFIX mountings
117-118
Tools, jack
76, 156
Accessories
124
Load space
81-82
stowing rings,
load retainer,
interior roof box,
side trims,
12 volt socket,
courtesy lamp,
Torch
83
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Location
Lane departure warning
system
105
Hill descent control
104
Intelligent Traction Control
103
ASR, DSC
101-102
Vehicle configuration
90-91
Setting the time
91
Reversing camera
95
Touch screen audio
system
183-230
Audio system
231-247
Tachograph
93
Cab fittings
76-80
cigarette lighter,
glove box - cooled,
overhead storage,
portable ashtray,
courtesy lamps,
12 volt socket / USB port,
writing table / multifunction
support,
storage compartments.
Demisting-defrosting
59
Central locking
22
Locking indicator lamp
22
Hazard warning lamps
98
Ventilation,
heating, A/C
60-62, 63-64
manual air conditioning,
mono-zone digital air
conditioning,
air recirculation.
Opening the bonnet
127
Dashboard fuses
145-146
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
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Location
Changing a wiper blade
155
Bulbs, lighting,
changing bulbs
149-154
Very cold conditions protectors
84
Opening the bonnet, stay
127
Under the bonnet
128
Labels / Precautions
168-171
Engines
177-178
Identification markings, serial
number, paint, tyres
182
Levels
129-130
dipstick,
brake fluid,
screenwash / headlamp wash
fluid
power steering fluid,
coolant.
Water bleed, Diesel filter
131
Particle filter
133
Emission control
33, 139
Checks
131-133
battery,
air/passenger compartment filter,
oil filter,
manual gearbox,
parking brake,
brake discs and pads.
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Dimensions
172-176
Weights
179-181
Engine fuses
145, 148
128
Under the bonnet
1.
Windscreen/headlamp wash fluid
reservoir.
2.
Power steering fluid reservoir.
3.
Coolant header tank.
4.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5.
Fusebox.
6.
Air filter.
7.
Dipstick.
8.
Engine oil filler cap.
UNDERBONNET - DIESEL
ENGINES
Battery connections:
+
Positive terminal.
-
Negative terminal (earth).
To understand the significance of the
precautions mentioned on the labels,
refer to the "Quick help - Glossary of
labels" section.
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CHECKS
Fuel
FUEL SYSTEM CUT-OFF
After the collision and before restore
these supplies, check that there is no
fuel leak or sparks, to avoid the risk of fire.
In the event of a collision, a device
automatically cuts off the fuel supply
from the engine and cuts off the vehicle's
electrical supply
It triggers operation of the hazard warning
lamps and courtesy lamps, and unlocking of
the doors.
To restore the fuel supply, press the first
button, located below the steering wheel.
Then to restore the electrical power
supply, press the second button, located
in the battery compartment under the front
passenger's floor (Minibus).
On other versions, the second button is
replaced by a fuse; contact a CITROËN
dealer or a qualified workshop.
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QUICK HELP
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Failed fuse
The three fuseboxes are located in the
dashboard on the left-hand side, in the
right-hand side pillar and in the engine
compartment.
The descriptions provided cover only the
fuses that can be replaced by the user. For
any other replacement, 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 faulty fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
CHANGING A FUSE
CITROËN does not accept any
responsibility for expenses incurred
by repairs to your vehicle or for any
malfunctions resulting from the installation
of additional accessories which are not
supplied or recommended by CITROËN 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
Information for technicians: for
complete information on the fuses and
relays, refer to the wiring diagrams in the
workshop procedures via the CITROËN
dealer network.
Dashboard, left-hand side,
fuses
Remove the bolts and tilt the box to access
the fuses.
146
Failed fuse
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
12
7.5
Right-hand dipped headlamp
13
7.5
Left-hand dipped headlamp
31
5
Engine compartment control unit relay - Dashboard control unit relay (ignition switch +)
32
7.5
Cabin lighting (battery +)
33
7.5
Battery check sensor on Stop & Start version (battery +)
34
7.5
Minibus interior lighting - Hazard warning lamps
36
10
Audio system - Air conditioning controls - Alarm - Tachograph - Battery cut-off control unit - Additional
heating programmer (battery +)
37
7.5
Brake lamp switch - Third brake lamp - Instrument panel (ignition +)
38
20
Central door locking (battery +)
42
5
ABS control unit and sensor - ASR sensor - DSC sensor - Brake lamp switch
43
20
Windscreen wiper motor (ignition switch +)
47
20
Driver's electric window motor
48
20
Passenger's electric window motor
49
5
Parking sensors control unit - Audio system - Steering mounted controls - Centre and side switch panels -
Auxiliary switch panel - Battery cut-off control unit (ignition switch +)
50
7.5
Airbags and pre-tensioners control unit
51
5
Tachograph - Power steering control unit - Air conditioning - Reversing lamps - Water in Diesel sensor -
Air flow sensor (ignition switch +)
53
7.5
Instrument panel (battery +)
89
-
Not used
90
7.5
Left-hand main beam
91
7.5
Right-hand main beam
92
7.5
Left-hand front foglamp
93
7.5
Right-hand front foglamp
147
QUICK HELP
8
Failed fuse
Door pillar, right-hand side,
fuses
Unclip the cover
When you have finished, close the cover
carefully.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
54
-
Not used
55
15
Heated seats
56
15
Rear passenger 12 V socket
57
10
Under seat additional heating
58
15
Heated rear screen, left-hand
59
15
Heated rear screen, right-hand
60
-
Not used
61
-
Not used
62
-
Not used
63
10
Rear passenger additional control
64
-
Not used
65
30
Rear passenger additional heating fan
148
Failed fuse
Fuses in the engine
compartment
Remove the nuts and tilt the box to access
the fuses.
Refit the cover carefully after checking or
replacing fuses.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
1
40
ABS pump supply
2
50
Diesel pre-heat unit
3
30
Ignition switch - Starter motor
4
40
Fuel heater
5
20/50
Cabin ventilation with additional programmable heating
(battery +)
6
40/60
Cabin fan maximum speed (battery +)
7
40/50/60
Cabin fan minimum speed (battery +)
8
40
Cabin fan assembly (ignition switch +)
9
15
Rear 12 V socket (battery +)
10
15
Horn
11
-
Not used
14
15
Front 12 V socket (battery +)
15
15
Cigarette lighter (battery +)
16
-
Not used
17
-
Not used
18
7.5
Engine management control unit (battery +)
19
7.5
Air conditioning compressor
20
30
Screenwash/headlamp wash pump
21
15
Fuel pump supply
22
-
Not used
23
30
ABS electrovalves
24
7.5
Auxiliary switch panel - Door mirror controls and folding
(ignition switch +)
30
15
Door mirror heating
267
SPECIAL FEATURES
Tipper body
Symptom
Electrical
Hydraulic
Verification / Check
The unit operates but
does not generate
pressure.
X
Valve slider jammed if no electrovalve on the unit.
Refer to the "Servicing" section.
X
Pressure relief, adjustment, cleanliness.
X
Pump seal failed.
X
Motor / pump coupling.
X
Pump loose on its bracket.
The hydraulic unit does
not operate.
X
Electrovalve jammed, replace it or tighten the nut behind
the strainer.
The control unit does
not operate.
X
Check the connections and contacts.
Emulsion in the
reservoir.
X
Return pipe incorrectly fitted.
X
Fluid level to low.
Fluid discharged from
the breather.
X
Too much fluid.
X
Breather diaphragm tolerance a little wide, to be replaced.
Only valid for UD2386 units.
The fuse blows when
going down.
X
Replace the return valve winding.