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  1. 1. This manual maintenance utilization andhas all the information that will allow youto: familiarize yourself with your Renault ensure optimal performance deal with small incidents that do notrequire the intervention of a specialist
  2. 2. The description of the models given in thishandbook are based on the technicalknown at the date of conception of thispaper. The manual covers all items ofequipment (standard or optional) availablefor these models, their presence in thevehicle depends on the version, optionsselected and the country of marketing.Also, this document can be describedsome equipment that will make theirappearance throughout theyear.Enjoy driving your RENAULT.
  3. 3. KEYS / RADIO FREQUENCY REMOTECONTROL:Remote locking-coded key startercontactor doors.The lock or unlock the doors with theremote control is performed 1.It is powered by a battery to bereplaced.
  4. 4. Locking / unlocking the doors only oncePressing the remote one, only the drivers dooris unlocked.Pressing a second time the remote 1 unlocks alldoors. To lock all doors, press the remotecontroller 3.- Blocking is displayed by two flashes ofemergency lights and side repeaters.- Unlocking is displayed with flashingemergency lights and side repeaters.Note: When an opening element (door ortrunk) is not closed or remains open, no flashingemergency lights.
  5. 5. ALARM (FOR CERTAIN VEHICLES).The alarm is used to signal opening attemptsforced (rape) of the front doors, rear tailgateand bonnet.To activate the alarm activation is necessaryfor all doors (front and rear), hood and tailgateare closed.The alarm is activated only when locking thedoors with the remote RENAULT. The front andrear doors, bonnet and tailgate are monitoredImmediately after activation.
  6. 6. Manual opening from the outsideDepending on the vehicle, the keyactivates the lock / unlock the door driveror four doors.Front: Unlock with the key one 2 locks thedoorsfront. Put your hand under the handle 1and pull towards you.Rear: Lift the release button from within 3 tooperate the door handle.
  7. 7. Manual opening from the inside:Operate the handle 4. Audible alarmlights forget a door is opened, anaudible alarm will alert indicating thatthe lights are still on, if you cut the motorcontact (risk of battery drain )
  8. 8. Manual control Front:From the outside using the key or from inside enterbutton 1 with the door closed.Rear: Enter button 1 of each door.Security children:To preclude opening the rear doors from the inside, movethe lever 3 of each door and check from inside thedoors are convicted.electric control:Allows simultaneous locking locks all four doors.Lock by pressing the bottom of the switch 2. In the frontdoors, the lock can not be done with the door open.
  9. 9. Prevents starting of the vehicle to any person who doesnot have the coded key from the vehicle startercontactor.Operating principle The vehicle is automatically protectedfew seconds after removing the key from the startercontactor.If contactorarranque key code is not recognized by thevehicle, the light 1 blink indefinitely and the vehicle will notstart.Operating Witness When the ignition system, the witness 1fixed lights for about three seconds and then turns off.The vehicle has recognized the code. Can you start theengine.
  10. 10. - To regulate the height: Press tab 1 andslide the headrest simultaneously.- To remove: Press the tabs 1 and 2headrest guides.- To put it: Insert the rods into the guides,with the teeth forward and lower theheadrest to the desired height.
  11. 11. To move forward or backward:Lift the bar to unlock one. At the desiredposition, release the barand make sure it is locked.To raise or lower the seat cushion of thedriver:Move the lever 2. To tilt the seatback 3Move the control knob and tilt theseatback to the desired position.
  12. 12. To ensure your safety, use the belt on allyour travels.You must also comply with locallegislation of the country where you are.Before starting appropriate- First, the adjustment of the ridingposition, then adjust the seat beltproperly for maximum protection
  13. 13. Exterior mirrors with adjustment from theoutside:Place the mirror manually.Exterior mirrors with adjustment from inside:To adjust the mirror, move the lever 1.Door mirrors with electric With the ignition on:button 2- Position A to adjust the left mirror;- Position B to regulate the right mirror;0 is the inactive position.
  14. 14. Gasoline version:Up to 1,000 km, does not exceed 130 km / h in top gear or3,000at 3,500 rpm. After the first 1,000 km can use your vehiclewithout limitation, but only after having traveled 3,000 kmmay obtain from him themaximum performance.Service intervals: refer to the vehicles maintenance booklet.Diesel version:Up to 1,500 km, do not exceed 2,500 rpm After such mileagecan drive faster, but only from about 6,000 km mayget top performance vehicle.
  15. 15. During the filming, not sharply accelerate the engineis cold or doturn the engine over. Service intervals: referthe vehicles maintenance booklet. Position Stop andsteering lock »St To lock, remove the key and turn the steeringwheel until it locks thedirection.To unlock, gently press the key and the steeringwheel. position "Accessories" A With the ignition off,any accessories (radio ...) still work.Position March M the ignition is on.- Naphtha Version: is ready to start.- Diesel version: the engine is warm.
  16. 16. Position "Start" D If the engine does notstart, it is necessary to return the keyback before operating the starter again.Release the key as soon as the enginestarts.STARTER CONTACTOR not select thisposition with the engine running.
  17. 17. Protection against corrosive agents Although yourvehicle will benefit from improved anti-corrosiontechniques, it nevertheless remains subject to theaction of:- Atmospheric corrosive agents- Air pollution (cities and industrial areas),- Salinity of the atmosphere (coastal areas,especially in hot weather);- Seasonal and damp weather conditions (saltspread on the road during the winter, water forcleaning the streets)- Actions abrasive dust and sand carried by wind,mud, grit thrown up by other vehicles ...- Incidents of movement to fully benefit from thesetechniques, you should take a minimum ofprecautions to protect themselves from these risks.
  18. 18. Replacement parts are designed RENAULTsource based on strict specifications and arechecked regularly. Therefore, these pieceshave a quality at least equal to that of theassembled parts on new vehicles.Using systematic spare parts RENAULT home,youll be sure to preserve the performance ofyour vehicle. Moreover, the repairs to theRENAULT Network with original spare parts areguaranteed according to the conditions onthe reverse of the repair order.
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