Lighting and signalling lamps
LH direction indicator
RH direction indicator
The direction indicator lamps all operate simultaneously when the hazard warning is on.
If this warning lamp flashes, it is indicating a malfunctioning of the directional headlamps.
Contact a CITROËN dealer
Alert warning lamps
Imperative stop warning lamp
When the warning lamp comes on, it is imperative to stop the vehicle and switch off the engine.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Warning lamp for handbrake, brake fluid level and braking distribution fault
When the engine is running, this warning lamp indicates that the handbrake is applied or incompletely released, that the brake fluid level is insufficient, or that the braking system is malfunctioning.
If the warning lamp remains lit when the handbrake is released, stop immediately and contact a CITROËN Dealer (See "Safety").
Driver’s seat belt not fastened
This lamp comes on if the driver's seat belt is not fastened when the ignition is switched on and while the vehicle is moving at up to 20 km/h (approx. 12 mph)
Above 20 km/h (12 mph), the warning lamp flashes for about 120 seconds, accompanied by an audible signal.
Passenger seat belt not fastened/ unfastened
On switching on the ignition, the warning lamp comes on when the passenger’s seat belt is not fastened. It goes out when the engine is running, doors closed, after 30 seconds. Then it comes on, if the belt is not fastened, while the vehicle is moving at up to 20 km/h (approx. 12 mph). Above 20 km/h (12 mph), the warning lamp flashes for about 120 seconds, accompanied by an audible signal.
Doors open detection
This warning lamp, when the engine is running, comes on if a door, the bonnet and/or the boot is open.
Front passenger’s airbag deactivation warning lamp
Front/side airbag fault warning lamp
Anti-lock Braking System
The ABS warning lamp lights when the ignition is switched on and should go out after a few seconds.
If the warning lamp does not go out, there may be a system malfunction.
Wait for it to go out before operating the starter.
SERVICE warning lamp
If it comes on, this indicates a fault with one of the systems that do not have a specific warning lamp.
See the radio "Log of alerts" to discover the origin of the corresponding alert message.
Depollution system warning lamp
If it flashes or lights up while you are driving, this indicates a depollution system operating fault.
Urgently consult a CITRO ËN Dealer.
Child safety warning lamp
If child safety is activated, this warning lamp comes on then goes out approximately 10 seconds after starting the engine.
ESP/ASR warning lamp In operation
When either the ESP or
ASR system is brought into operation, the ESP/ASR warning lamp flashes.
In the event of a problem
When the vehicle is moving, the lighting of the ESP/ASR warning lamp indicates that the system is malfunctioning.
Contact a CITROËN dealer.
Illumination of the ESP/ASR warning lamp and of the ESP control, means that the system is deactivated.
Fuel gauge and low fuel warning
When the tank is full, all the indicator bars are illuminated. When the low fuel level warning comes on, there remain around 7 litres of fuel in the tank and 2 or 3 bars of the gauge will flash.
If the last bar disappears, there are only around 2 litres of fuel in the tank.
"Foot-on-brake" starting warning lamp for (6 speed) Electronic Gearbox System
During the engine starting phase, this flashes if you are not pressing the brake pedal.
See "(6 speed) Electronic Gearbox System".
This warning lamp may flash in the instrument panel to remind you to apply the brake when engaging reverse gear.
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