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1 Direction indicators 14   14 Fresh air vent, R.H. 16
2 Hazard warning control 14   15 Headlamp adjustment control knob 31
3 Speedometer
The orange marks indicate the speed limit for each gear
    16 Hazard warning indicator lamp
Flashes throughout the operation.
4 Fresh air vent, L.H. side 16   17 Fuel gauge
Tank capacity: 25 litres (5.4 Imp. Gallons)
5 Windscreen demisting/defrosting nozzle 17   18 Combined "Anti-theft/Ignition/Starter" switch 10a
6 Engine oil pressure warning lamp
  • It lights up when the ignition is switched on and goes out as soon as the engine is running .
  • If it remains on with the engine running or lights up during a journey, stop the engine to check the oil level and top up if necessary (see page 22).
  • Should it remain on despite a correct oil level, stop again and contact a Citroen Dealer.
    19 Total milage recorder  
7 Warning lamp for brake fluid level
  • It lights up when the level is too low in the reservoir.
  • If it lights up, stop the car immediately and consult a Citroen Dealer.
  • Before starting, ensure that the warning lamp operates correctly by pressing check button (14) (with ignition on).
16   20 Battery charge indicator
  • At normal engine running speed, the needle should remain in the white zone. If it is in either of the red zones, consult a Citroen Dealer.
  • It is possible that, when driving with the headlamps on, the needle remains in the white cross-hatched zone: it indicates that the battery is insufficiently charged.
  • In normal circumstances, when driving, the generator should charge the battery and within two hours the needle should return to the white zone. If it does not, consult a Citroen Dealer
8 Check button for brake fluid level warning lamp     21 Handbrake 13
9 Windscreen wiper control 14   22 Windscreen washer pump control 14
10 Lighting and horn control 14   23 Choke control with warning lamp
Stays on as long as the button has not been fully pushed in.
11 Control knob for ventilation shutter 16   24 Windscreen/floor air distribution control 17
12 Heating control 16   25 Gear change lever 12
13 Ashtray 20   26 Oddments tray  

Page 07 Fig. 08
Fig. 8 - Driving position (L.H.D)
Controls and accesories
Dashboard instruments

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