Citroen Nemo - 2011 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

Citroen Nemo - 2011 - Ed01 Fuse Box Diagram

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CONTENTS
Contents
5. SAFETY
113-130
6. ACCESSORIES
131-134
Parking brake
113
Hazard
warning lights
113
Horn
114
Braking assistance
systems
114
Trajectory control
systems
115
Seat belts
118
Airbags
120
Child seats
124
ISOFIX
mountings
129
Towing a trailer,
caravan, etc...
131
Roof rack and
roof bars
133
Other
accessories
133
7. QUICK HELP
135-166
Battery
135
Changing
a wheel
138
Temporary puncture
repair kit
141
Changing
a bulb
143
Changing a wiper
blade
148
Changing
a fuse
149
Being towed
154
Identi
cation
features
155
Filling with fuel
156
Opening
the bonnet
159
Levels
162
Checks
164
8. VISUAL SEARCH
167-174
Exterior
167
Interior
169
Instruments
and controls
172
Technical data -
maintenance
174
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FAMILIARISATION
Familiarisation
INSTRUMENTS AND CONTROLS
1.
Steering wheel adjustment control.
2.
Lighting and direction indicator control
stalk.
3.
Instrument panel.
4.
Steering mounted audio controls.
Bluetooth hands-free system.
5.
Driver’s airbag.
Horn.
6.
Cruise control switches.
7.
Gear lever.
8.
Parking brake.
9.
Bonnet release.
10.
Door mirror controls.
11.
Fusebox.
12.
Manual headlamp height adjustment.
13.
Side adjustable air vent.
14.
Front side window demisting vent.
15.
Electric window controls.
16.
Windscreen demisting vent.
17.
Wiper/screenwash/trip computer control
stalk.
18.
Steering lock and ignition.
19.
Central adjustable air vents.
20.
Passenger’s airbag.
21.
MENU button.
22.
Glove box.
23.
12 V accessory socket.
24.
Cigarette lighter.
25.
Ashtray.
26.
Heating/air conditioning controls.
27.
Audio system.
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ACCESSORIES
Equipment
ROOF RACK AND ROOF BARS
To install the transverse roof bars or a
roof rack, use the fixings provided for this
purpose.
Maximum load: 75 kg.
OTHER ACCESSORIES
A wide range of accessories and original
parts is offered by the CITROËN network.
These accessories and parts have been
tested and approved both for reliability and
for safety.
They all benefit from CITROËN's
recommendation and warranty.
Never exceed the gross vehicle weight
(GVW).
Range of professional equipment
The replacement parts department publishes
an accessories catalogue offering various
equipment and fittings, such as:
-
wooden protective floor, non-slip wooden
floors, wooden side protectors, glass
protection grilles,
-
roof rack, set of transverse roof bars,
loading roller,
-
towbars, towbar harnesses with
7/13 sockets, 7/7 sockets, 13 socket...
The fitting of electrical equipment or
accessories not listed by CITROËN
may result in the failure of your vehicle's
electronic system or high consumption.
Please note this specific warning. You
are advised to contact a representative
of CITROËN to be shown the range of
recommended equipment and accessories.
Depending on the country in which the
vehicle is sold or operated, it may be
compulsory to have a high visibility vest,
warning triangle, replacement bulbs and
fuses available in the vehicle.
Before installing accessory radio
communication transmitters with
external aerial on your vehicle, you can
contact a CITROËN dealer, who will provide
the specification (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/EC).
When fitting a towbar and harness
outside the CITROËN dealer
network, the installation must be done
using the electrical pre-equipment on the
vehicle and following the manufacture's
recommendations.
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QUICK HELP
Changing a fuse
CHANGING A FUSE
The two fuseboxes are placed on the
dashboard on the driver's side and under the
bonnet.
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 use the special tweezer to extract
the fuse from its housing and check the
condition of its filament.
Always replace a faulty fuse with a fuse
of the same rating.
If a fuse fails again soon after replacement,
have the electrical system of your vehicle
checked by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified
workshop.
Access to fuses in the dashboard
-
To gain access to the dashboard fuses,
remove the 2 screws using the ignition
key and tilt the housing.
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 dealers and not installed in
accordance with its instructions, in particular
when the combined consumption of all of
the additional equipment connected exceeds
10 milliamperes.
A.
Good.
B.
Failed.
C.
Tweezer.
Access to fuses in the engine
compartment
-
For access to the fuses in the engine
compartment, remove the left hand front
headlamp connector, then unclip the
fusebox cover.
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Changing a fuse
Table of dashboard fuses, driver's side
Mark
ing
Rating
Functions
F12
7.5 A
Right-hand dipped beam headlamp supply
F13
7.5 A
Left-hand dipped beam headlamp supply - headlamp height
adjuster
F31
5 A
Engine control unit supply switch
F32
7.5 A
Front lamp - front courtesy lamp - rear courtesy light lamp
F36
10 A
Audio system - mobile telephone pre-equipment - air
conditioning control panel - EODB diagnostic socket
F37
5 A
Brake lamp - instrument panel
F38
20 A
Door locking
F43
15 A
Screenwash pump
F47
20 A
Driver's electric window motor supply
F48
20 A
Passenger's electric window motor supply
F49
5 A
Parking sensors control unit - rear lighting switch -
electric door mirrors - volumetric alarm control unit
F50
7.5 A
Airbags control unit
F51
7.5 A
Switch on brake pedal - switch on clutch pedal -
door mirror controls - central Bluetooth system
F53
5 A
Instrument panel - rear foglamps
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QUICK HELP
Changing a fuse
Marking
Rating
Functions
F41
7.5 A
Door mirror demisting.
F94
15 A
Cigar lighter.
F96
15 A
12 V accessory socket.
F97
10 A
Heated seat, driver's side.
F98
10 A
heated seat, passenger's side.
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Changing a fuse
Mark
ing
Rating
Functions
F01
60 A
Control unit
F02
40 A
Passenger compartment fan.
F03
20 A
Starter motor supply
F04
40 A
ABS hydraulic block pump supply
F06
30 A
Single speed cooling fan control
F07
40 A
High speed cooling fan control
F08
30 A
Air conditioning compressor
F09
15 A
Towbar harness.
F10
10 A
Horn
F11
10 A
Engine management secondary load supply
F14
15 A
Main beam headlamps
F15
15 A
12 V accessory socket.
Table of fuses in the engine
compartment
153
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QUICK HELP
Changing a fuse
Marking
Rating
Functions
F16
7.5 A
Engine management control unit - electronic gearbox control unit and gear lever -
T20 relay coil
F17
15 A
Supply for ignition coil - injectors - engine management control unit (1.3 HDi)
F18
7.5 A
Engine management control unit (1.3 HDi) - T09 relay coil
F19
7.5 A
Air conditioning compressor
F20
30 A
Supply for heated rear screen, electric door mirrors heater elements
F21
15 A
Fuel pump (1.4 petrol and 1.3 HDi)
F22
20 A
Engine management control unit (1.3 HDi)
F23
20 A
ABS hydraulic block electrovalves supply
F24
7.5 A
ABS
F30
15 A
Foglamps
F81
60 A
Pre-heat unit (1.3 HDi)
F82
30 A
Electronic gearbox pump - electronic gearbox supply
F84
10 A
Electronic gearbox control unit and electrovalves
F85
30 A
Cigar lighter - 12 V accessory socket
F87
7.5 A
Reversing lamps - water in Diesel sensor - airflow sensor - T02, T05, T14, T17 and T19 relay coils
(except 1.3 HDi)
5 A
Reversing lamps - water in Diesel sensor - airflow sensor - T02, To5, T14, T17 and T19 relay coils -
battery state of charge sensor (except 1.3 HDi)
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Under the bonnet
Diesel engine
UNDER THE BONNET
1.
Windscreen wash reservoir.
2.
Fuse box.
3.
Engine coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5.
Air filter.
6.
Dipstick.
7.
Engine oil filler cap.
8.
Power steering fluid reservoir.
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QUICK HELP
Under the bonnet
Petrol engine
UNDER THE BONNET
1.
Windscreen wash reservoir.
2.
Fuse box.
3.
Engine coolant reservoir.
4.
Brake and clutch fluid reservoir.
5.
Air filter.
6.
Dipstick.
7.
Engine oil filler cap.
8.
Power steering fluid reservoir.