Sunroof (saloon)

Citroën C5 / Citroen C5 Owner's Manual / Comfort / Sunroof (saloon)

Glass sun roof

Glass sun roof

Sun roof closed

Press A to first notch: tilting.

Press A to second notch: automatic complete tilting.

Press B to first notch: sliding towards rear.

Press A to second notch: automatic total sliding towards rear.

Sun roof open

Press A to first notch: closure.

Press A to second notch: automatic total closure.

Tilted sun roof

Press B to first notch: closure.

Press A to second notch: automatic total closure.

Anti-pinch

An anti-pinch device stops the sun roof from closing, whether sliding or tilting. If it meets an obstacle, it re-opens.

After a battery disconnection or if there has been a malfunction, you have to re-initialise the antipinch function.

To do so, move control A to completely open the sun roof, then keep control A pressed down for a minimum of 1 seconds.

Warning: During this manoeuvre, the anti-pinch does not operate.

Your sun roof is fitted with a manually- operated blind.

Your sun roof is fitted with a manually- operated blind.

Always remove the ignition key when leaving the vehicle, even if for a short time.
In the event of anything being caught by the sun roof closing, you must reverse the roof movement.
To do that, reverse the position of the control concerned.
When the driver is operating the sun roof, he or she must always make sure that the passengers are not preventing it from closing properly.
The driver must ensure that passengers use the sun roof control correctly.
Pay special attention to where children are when operating the sun roof.
The fitting of a sun roof as an accessory is prohibited.

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