Citroen Jumpy - 2014 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Jumpy - 2014 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

CONTENTS
Contents
3
The "Technology on board"
section presents the new audio/
navigation systems.
Towing a trailer
119
Other accessories
121
Opening the bonnet
122
Diesel engines
123
Petrol engine
124
Levels
125
Checks
127
Fuel
130
Fuel cut-off
131
Diesel priming pump
131
Battery
133
Puncture repair kit
135
Changing a wheel
137
Removable snow screen
141
Snow chains
142
Changing
a bulb
143
a fuse
148
a wiper blade
152
Towing the vehicle
153
Dimensions
156
Weights
160
Identification markings
162
Exterior
163
Instruments and controls
164
Interior
166
Technical data -
Maintenance
167
9.
TECHNOLOGY on
BOARD
5. ACCESSORIES
119-121
6. CHECKS
122-132
7. QUICK HELP
133-154
8.
TECHNICAL DATA
155-162
10. VISUAL SEARCH
163-169
The "Visual search" section
assists you in finding the
controls and functions and their
associated page numbers on
the schematic outlines of the
vehicle (visual index).
Emergency or assistance
9.1
eMyWay
9.3
Audio system
9.63
121
Equipment
ACCESSORIES
5
OTHER ACCESSORIES
For any work on your vehicle, use
a qualified workshop that has the
technical information, competence and
equipment required, which a CITROËN
dealer is able to provide.
Installation of radiocommunication
transmitters
Before installing accessory
radiocommunication transmitters with an
external aerial on your vehicle, you are
advised to contact a representative of the
CITROËN marque.
The CITROËN Network will inform you of the
specifications (frequency band, maximum
output power, aerial position, specific
installation conditions) of the transmitters
which can be fitted, in accordance with the
Motor Vehicle Electromagnetic Compatibility
Directive (2004/104/CE).
This range is also available, structured
around comfort, leisure and maintenance:
Trims (except for 163 hp engine), front mud
flaps, rear mud flaps, spoilers, sill, ...
Audio equipment, hands-free kit, speakers, CD changer,
navigation, ...
Regardless of the audio and telematic equipment
offered on the market, the technical constraints linked
with the fi tting of equipment of these families of products
mean that the special features of the equipment and its
compatibility with the capacities of your vehicle's standard
equipment must be taken into account. Please contact a
dealer for information before fi tting such equipment.
Front seat covers compatible with air bags,
benches, rubber mats, carpet mats, boot
tray, roof bars, side blinds, snow chains.
To prevent the mat from becoming caught
under the pedals:
-
ensure that the mat and its fixings are
positioned correctly,
-
never fit one mat on top of another.
Screenwash, replacement fuses, wiper
blades, interior and exterior cleaning and
maintenance products, replacement
bulbs, ...
The fitting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not
recommended by CITROËN may result in a
failure of your vehicle's electronic system.
Please note this specific warning. You
are advised to contact a representative
of the Marque to be shown the range of
recommended equipment and accessories.
Depending on the country in which the
vehicle is sold or operated, it is compulsory
to have a high visibility safety vest, warning
triangle and replacement bulbs available in
the vehicle.
Anti-theft alarm, window engraving, first aid
kit, high visibility safety vest, rear parking
sensors, warning triangle, ...
123
Under the bonnet
CHECKS
6
DIESEL ENGINES
8 -
Power steering reservoir.
9 -
Removable towing eye.
10 -
Priming pump (
a
: 1.6 litre HDi;
b
: 2 litre HDi).
11 -
Engine oil filling funnel
(2 litre HDi).
1 -
Screen/headlamp wash reservoir.
2 -
Fusebox.
3 -
Coolant header tank.
4 -
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5 -
Air filter.
6 -
Engine oil dipstick.
7 -
Engine oil filler cap.
7.1 -
Engine oil filler cap.
If your vehicle is fitted with this oil filler tube,
proceed as follows:
A -
Remove the oil filler cap.
B -
Remove the filler tube from its location.
C -
Place the filler tube in the filler opening
as shown on the illustration.
D -
Turn it a 1/4 of a turn to the left to lock it
then top up the oil.
To refit, proceed in the reverse order without
forgetting to retighten the cap
A
correctly.
124
Under the bonnet
PETROL ENGINE
4.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5.
Air filter.
6.
Engine oil dipstick.
1.
Screen/headlamp wash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Coolant header tank.
7.
Engine oil filler cap.
8.
Power steering reservoir.
9.
Removable towing eye.
148
Changing a fuse
CHANGING A FUSE
The three fuseboxes are placed:
-
in the dashboard on the right-hand side (behind the
storage compartment, retractable),
-
in the passenger compartment (battery compartment),
-
under the bonnet.
Removing and fitting a fuse
Before changing a fuse, the cause of the
fault must be found and rectified.
Always replace a failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
CITROËN will not accept responsibility for
the cost incurred in repairing your vehicle
or for rectifying malfunctions resulting from
the installation of auxiliary 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.
The descriptions communicated are only the
fuses which can be changed by the user.
For any other operations, go to a CITROËN
dealer or a qualified workshop.
For motor trade technicians: for
complete fuse and relay information,
refer to the "Procedures" wiring diagrams via
the dealer network.
149
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
7
RIGHT-HAND SIDE DASHBOARD
FUSES
-
Tilt the storage compartment then pull it
firmly to access the fuses.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
1
15
Rear wiper
2
-
Free
3
5
Airbag control unit
4
10
Steering wheel angle sensor, Diagnostic socket, DSC sensor,
Manual ventilation, Clutch switch, Headlamp beam height,
Particle emission filter pump
5
30
Electric mirrors, Passenger electric window
motor
6
30
Front electric windows supply
7
5
Courtesy lamps and glove box lamp
8
20
Multifunction screen, Anti-theft alarm siren, Audio equipment,
Compact disc changer, Audio/telephone, Trailer fusebox
(accessory)
9
10
Row 2 accessory socket
10
30
Rear ride height corrector, Steering wheel switching,
Instrument panel
11
15
Diagnostic socket, Ignition switch
12
15
Hands-free kit, Airbag control unit, Parking sensors control
unit
13
5
Engine fusebox, Trailer fusebox
14
15
Rain sensor, Rear ventilation, Digital air conditioning,
Instrument panel
15
30
Locking/unlocking/deadlocking
16
-
Free
17
40
Heated rear screen, Heated mirrors
150
Changing a fuse
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
FUSES
-
Unclip the battery compartment cover.
-
Remove the red battery terminal (+).
When you have finished, close the cover
carefully.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
1
30
Heated seats
2
20
Row 3 12V socket
3
40/50
Trailer fusebox (accessory)
4
-
Free
36
15
Hinged door locks
37
10
Hinged door locks
38
20
Hinged door rear wiper
39
10
Rear ventilation
40
5
Folding mirrors
151
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
7
FUSES UNDER THE BONNET
-
After opening the bonnet, slide aside the
screenwash reservoir support to make
access easier.
-
Unclip and tilt the box to access the
fuses.
Fuses
A (amps)
Allocation
1
20
Engine control unit, Fuel supply and air supply systems,
Fan assembly
2
15
Horn
3
10
Front and rear screenwash pump
4
20
Headlamp wash pump
5
15
Fuel supply system
6
10
Power steering, Secondary brake pedal switch
7
10
Braking system (ABS/DSC)
8
20
Starter motor control
9
10
Main brake pedal switch
10
30
Fuel supply and air supply systems, Emissions control
systems
11
40
Front ventilation
12
30
Windscreen wipers
13
40
Built-in systems interface
14
30
Free
165
Instruments and controls
VISUAL SEARCH
10
Screens, display
Section 9
Setting the time
in the screen
Section 9
Rear view mirror
92
Toll cards, car park tickets
85
Child surveillance mirror
92
Courtesy lamps
84, 145
Warning lamp in overhead storage unit
27
Heated seats
70
Rear ventilation
65-67
Dashboard fuses,
right-hand side
148-149
Passenger's front
airbag deactivation
106
Controls
-
central locking
23-24
-
alarm
22-23
-
electric child lock
25
-
parking sensors
95
-
ASR, DSC
97
Technology on board
Section 9
-
Emergency or assistance call
-
eMyWay
-
Audio system
Gearbox
40, 41-43
Hazard warning lamps
94
Heating, ventilation
-
manual ventilation
57-58, 62
-
air conditioning A/C
57-58
-
air recirculation
58
Air conditioning with separate
adjustments
59-62
Demisting/defrosting
63-64
Additional heating
66-67
Cab fittings
81-83
-
glove box,
-
overhead storage,
-
ashtray,
-
sun visor,
-
12 volt socket,
-
ticket holder,
-
storage compartment.
166
Interior
Seating area fittings
85-87
-
stowing rings,
-
load space cover,
-
coat hook and net fixing,
-
bench net,
-
grab handle,
-
cup holder,
-
12 volt socket,
-
storage compartment.
Temporary puncture repair kit
135-136
Spare wheel, jack,
changing a wheel, tools
137-141
Rear suspension
88-90
Front, side,
curtain airbags
103-106
Passenger's front airbag
deactivation
106
Parking brake,
handbrake
94
Opening the bonnet
122
Battery, charging, starting
133
Passenger compartment fuses
148, 150
Front seats, adjustments,
head restraint
69-70
2-seat front bench
71-72
Seat belts
100-101
Rear ventilation
65
Child seats
107-118
ISOFIXmountings
111-114
Rear side windows
92
INTERIOR
Rear seats,
rear benches
73-79
Configuration of seats and benches
80
Rear courtesy lamp
84
Changing courtesy
lamp bulbs
145
Accessories
121
Rear view mirror
92
Toll cards, car park tickets
85
Front courtesy lamp
84
Changing courtesy
lamp bulbs
145
167
Technical data - Maintenance
VISUAL SEARCH
10
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Identification markings, serial number,
paint code, tyres
162
Snow chains
142
Engine fuses
148, 151
Windscreen / headlamp wash, levels
126
Bulbs, lighting,
changing bulbs
143-147
Checks
127-128
-
battery,
-
gearbox,
-
carbon fi lter, passenger compartment fi lter,
-
oil filter,
-
particle emission filter,
-
parking brake,
-
brake pads,
-
brake drums, discs.
Emissions controls (EOBD)
36
Water bleeding, Diesel filter
128
Under the bonnet
-
Diesel
123
-
petrol
124
Fuel cut-off,
Diesel priming
131-132
Dimensions
156-159
Weights
160
Opening the bonnet, stay
122
Levels
125-126
-
Diesel additive,
-
dipstick,
-
power steering fluid,
-
brake fluid,
-
coolant,
-
screen and
headlamp wash fluid.
Towing, lifting
153-154
Towed loads
160
Warning lamps
29-34
Changing a wiper blade
152
CONTENTS
Contents
3
9.
TECHNOLOGY on
BOARD
5. ACCESSORIES
105-108
6. CHECKS
109-119
7. QUICK HELP
120-143
The "Technology on board"
section presents the new audio/
navigation systems.
Towing a trailer
105
Other accessories
107
Trade range
108
Opening the bonnet
109
Diesel engines
110
Petrol engine
111
Levels
112
Checks
114
Fuel
117
Fuel cut-off
118
Diesel priming pump
118
Battery
120
Puncture repair kit
122
Changing a wheel
124
Removable snow screen
128
Snow chains
129
Changing
a bulb
130
a fuse
135
a wiper blade
140
Towing the vehicle
141
8.
TECHNICAL
DATA
144-152
Dimensions
144
Weights
150
Identification markings
152
10. VISUAL SEARCH
153-160
Emergency or assistance
9.1
eMyWay
9.3
Audio system
9.63
The "Visual search" section
assists you in finding the
controls and functions and their
associated page numbers on
the schematic outlines of the
vehicle (visual index).
Exterior
153
Instruments and controls
154
Interior
156
Technical data -
Maintenance
157
108
Equipment
The fitting of electrical equipment
or accessories which are not
recommended by CITROËN may result
in the failure of your vehicle's electronic
system. Please note this specific warning.
You are advised to contact a representative
of the Marque to be shown the range of
recommended equipment and accessories.
Depending on the country in which the
vehicle is sold or operated, it is compulsory
to have a high visibility safety vest, warning
triangle and replacement bulbs available in
the vehicle.
Installation of radiocommunication
transmitters
Before installing accessory
radiocommunication transmitters with an
external aerial on your vehicle, you are
advised to contact a representative of the
CITROËN marque.
The CITROËN dealer network can inform
you of the specifications (frequency
band, maximum output power, aerial
position, specific installation conditions)
of the transmitters which can be fitted,
in accordance with the Motor Vehicle
Electromagnetic Compatibility Directive
(2004/104/CE).
Front mud flaps, rear mud flaps, ...
Range of trade
equipment
Parts and Services technical information
publishes an accessory catalogue offering
various equipment and fittings, such as:
Screenwash, replacement fuses, wiper
blades, interior and exterior cleaning
and maintenance products, replacement
bulbs, ...
Roof bars for short, medium and long
wheelbase (load retainers for all models).
Towbar, towbar harness: trailer towbar which must be fi tted by the network.
Sill plate, loading roller, sill. Sill plate,
loading roller, sill.
Roof bars for the various heights, roof bars,
ladder.
Separation partitions and grilles, smooth,
non-slip wooden protective floor.
Protective grilles, multimedia.
Another range is also available, structured
around comfort, leisure and maintenance:
Anti-theft alarm, window engraving, first aid
kit, high visibility safety vest, rear parking
sensors, warning triangle, ...
Front seat covers compatible with airbags,
bench, rubber mats, carpet mats, snow
chains.
To prevent the mat from becoming caught
under the pedals:
-
ensure that the mat and its fixings are
positioned correctly,
-
never fit one mat on top of another.
Audio equipment, hands-free kit, speakers,
CD changer, navigation, ...
Regardless of the audio and telematic
equipment offered on the market, the
technical constraints linked with the fitting of
equipment of these families of products mean
that the special features of the equipment and
its compatibility with the capacities of the your
vehicle's standard equipment must be taken
into account. Please contact a dealer for
information before fitting such equipment.
110
Under the bonnet
DIESEL ENGINES
8 -
Power steering reservoir.
9 -
Removable towing eye.
10 -
Priming pump
(
a
: 1.6 litre HDi;
b
: 2 litre HDi).
11 -
Engine oil filling funnel
(2 litre HDi).
7.1 -
Engine oil filler cap.
If your vehicle is fitted with this oil filler tube,
proceed as follows:
A -
Remove the oil filler cap.
B -
Remove the filler tube from its location.
C -
Place the filler tube in the filler opening
as shown on the illustration.
D -
Turn it a 1/4 of a turn to the left to lock it
then top up the oil.
To refit, proceed in the reverse order without
forgetting to retighten the cap
A
correctly.
UNDER THE BONNET
1 -
Screen/headlamp wash reservoir.
2 -
Fusebox.
3 -
Coolant header tank.
4 -
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5 -
Air filter.
6 -
Engine oil dipstick.
7 -
Engine oil filler cap.
111
Under the bonnet
CHECKS
6
PETROL ENGINE
4.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5.
Air filter.
6.
Engine oil dipstick.
7.
Engine oil filler cap.
8.
Power steering reservoir.
9.
Removable towing eye.
1.
Screen/headlamp wash reservoir.
2.
Fusebox.
3.
Coolant header tank.
135
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
7
CHANGING A FUSE
The three fuseboxes are placed:
-
in the dashboard on the right-hand side
(behind the storage compartments,
retractable),
-
in the passenger compartment (battery
compartment),
-
under the bonnet.
If fitted on your vehicle, a further fusebox
is added for towing, the towbar and the
connections for the coachbuilder and
platform cab conversions. It is located on the
right behind the load retaining partition.
Removing and fitting a fuse
Before changing a fuse, the cause of the
fault must be found and rectified.
Always replace a failed fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
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.
The descriptions communicated are only the
fuses which can be changed by the user.
For any other operations, go to a CITROËN
dealer or a qualified workshop.
For motor trade use: for complete
fuse and relay information, consult the
"Repair procedure" wiring diagrams via the
dealer network.
136
Changing a fuse
RIGHT-HAND SIDE DASHBOARD
FUSES
-
Tilt the storage compartment then pull it
firmly to access the fuses.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
15
Rear wiper
2
-
Free
3
5
Airbag control unit
4
10
Steering wheel angle sensor, Diagnostic socket, DSC
sensor, Manual ventilation, Clutch switch, Headlamp beam
height, Particle emission filter pump
5
30
Electric mirrors, Passenger electric window
motor
6
30
Front electric windows supply
7
5
Courtesy lamps and glove box lamp
8
20
Multifunction screen, Anti-theft alarm siren, Audio
equipment, Compact disc changer, Audio/telephone, Trailer
fusebox (accessory), Coachbuilder/vehicle converter unit
(platform cab)
9
10
Load space accessory socket
10
30
Rear ride height corrector, Steering wheel switching,
Instrument panel
11
15
Diagnostic socket, Ignition switch
12
15
Hands-free kit, Airbag control unit, Parking sensors control
unit
13
5
Engine fusebox, Trailer fusebox
14
15
Rain sensor, Digital air conditioning, Instrument panel
15
30
Locking/unlocking/deadlocking
16
-
Free
17
40
Heated rear screen, Heated mirrors
17
10
Heated mirrors only
137
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
7
PASSENGER COMPARTMENT
FUSES
-
Unclip the battery compartment cover.
-
Remove the red battery terminal (+).
When you have finished, close the cover
carefully.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
30
Heated seats
2
20/-
Battery state of charge unit/Free
3
40/50
Trailer fuse box (accessory) / Coachbuilder/vehicle modifier
unit (platform cab)
4
-
Free
36
15
Hinged door locks
37
10
Hinged door locks
38
20
Hinged door rear wiper
39
-
Free
40
5
Folding door mirrors
138
Changing a fuse
FUSES UNDER THE BONNET
-
After opening the bonnet, slide the
screenwash support to make access
easier.
-
Unclip and tilt the box to access the
fuses.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
20
Engine control unit, Fuel supply and air supply systems,
Fan assembly
2
15
Horn
3
10
Front and rear screenwash pump
4
20
Headlamp wash pump
5
15
Fuel supply system
6
10
Power steering, Secondary brake pedal switch
7
10
Braking system (ABS/DSC)
8
20
Starter motor control
9
10
Main brake pedal switch
10
30
Fuel supply and air supply systems, Emissions control
systems
11
40
Front ventilation
12
30
Windscreen wipers
13
40
Built-in systems interface
14
30
Free
139
Changing a fuse
QUICK HELP
7
TOWING / TOWBAR /
COACHBUILDERS / PLATFORM
CAB FUSES
The descriptions communicated are an
indication only as this additional box relates
to other information which depends on the
coachbuilder/vehicle converter for which this
document cannot act as a technical support.
Fuses
F
Amperes
A
Allocation
1
15
Free
2
15
Ignition relay and optional generator
3
15
Trailer 12V supply
4
15
Permanent supply for vehicle converters
5
10
Hazard warning lamps
154
Poste de conduite
Headlamp beam height adjustment
48
Grip control
89-90
Starter, ignition
45
Wiper controls
49-50
Automatic wiping
49
Screenwash / headlamp wash
49
Trip computer
Section 9
Cruise control
51-53
Fixed speed limiter
53
Speed limiter
54-56
Steering mounted controls:
-
eMyWay
Section 9
-
Audio system
Section 9
Lighting controls
46-48
Automatic illumination of headlamps
48
Foglamps
47
Daytime running lamps
47
Opening the bonnet
109
Parking brake,
handbrake
85
Electric windows,
electric mirrors
82-84
Instrument panels, screens,
speedometers
27-28
Warning lamps, indicator lamps
29-34
Indicators, gauge
35, 38-39
Setting the time in the instrument panel
28
Dashboard lighting dimmer
39
Gear efficiency indicator
44
Steering wheel adjustment
44
Horn
87
Right-hand side dashboard
fuses
135-136
Interior
Temporary puncture repair kit
122-123
Spare wheel, jack,
changing a wheel, tools
124-128
Rear view mirror
83
Toll cards, car park tickets
75
Front courtesy lamp
75
Changing courtesy lamp bulbs
132
Rear suspension
79-81
Front, lateral airbags
94-97
Passenger's airbag
deactivation
97
Front seats, adjustments,
head rests
68-69
2-seat front bench
70-71
Seat belts
91-92
Battery, charging, starting
120
Passenger compartment fuses 135, 137
Opening the bonnet
109
Child seats
98-104
Rear courtesy lamp
75
Changing courtesy
lamp bulbs
132
Accessories
107-108
Load space
77-78, 107
-
stowing rings,
-
load retainer,
-
roof box,
-
trim,
-
12 volt socket,
-
ladder separation or partition,
-
stowing rail support,
-
internal rack.
Towing, towbar,
converter's fuses
139
Platform cab fuses
139
Parking brake,
handbrake
85
Technical data - Maintenance
VISUAL SEARCH
10
TECHNICAL DATA - MAINTENANCE
Identification markings,
serial number, paint code, tyres
152
Snow chains
129
Engine fuses
135, 138
Windscreen / headlamp wash, levels
113
Bulbs, lighting,
changing bulbs
130-134
Opening the bonnet, stay
109
Warning lamps
29-34
Changing a wiper blade
140
Under the bonnet
-
Diesel
110
-
petrol
111
Fuel cut-off,
Diesel priming
118-119
Van dimensions
144-147
Platform cab dimensions
148-149
Weights
150
Checks
114-115
-
battery,
-
gearbox,
-
carbon/passenger compartment filter,
-
oil filter,
-
particle emission filter,
-
parking brake,
-
brake pads,
-
brake drums, discs.
Emissions controls (EOBD)
36
Water bleeding, Diesel filter
115
Levels
112-113
-
Diesel additive,
-
dipstick,
-
power steering fluid,
-
brake fluid,
-
coolant,
-
screenwash and headlamp wash fl uid.
Towing, lifting
141-142
Towed loads
150