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Practical information
Scheduled servicing plan (Electric version)
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Once you have carried out the last intervention in the table, continue with the scheduled servicing, maintaining the frequency indicated in the plan
by marking each operation with a dot or dedicated note. Warning: simply restarting the maintenance from the start of the plan may cause the
allowed interval to be exceeded for some operations!
Electric Engine
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check (low voltage, ancilliaries, remote control, telematic
box module, etc.. if provided) batteries condition and
possibly recharge
Check tyre condition/wear (including the spare wheel) and,
if necessary, adjust pressure; check the expiry date of the
temporary tyre repair kit
Check condition and operation of lighting system
(examples: headlights, direction indicators, hazard warning
lights, boot, passenger compartment, glove compartment,
instrument panel warning lights)
Check operation of the windscreen wiper/washer system
and adjust nozzles, if necessary
Check horn
Check windscreen/rear window wiper blade position/wear
(for markets/versions, where provided)
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Electric Engine
Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check cleanliness of hood and boot locks, cleanliness and
lubrication of linkage
Check the conditon of exterior bodywork and the fixing of
under-body protectors
Check condition of front brake calipers, discs, pads and
operation of pad wear indicator
Check condition of rear brake calipers, discs, pads and
operation of pad wear indicator
Check front and rear brake pad wear (1)
Check dampers sealing
Check brake pedal
Check parking brake lever travel and adjust, if necessary
Auto diagnostic memories reading check
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Electric Engine
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Thousands of miles
12
24
36
48
60
72
84
96
108
120
132
144
Thousands of kilometres
20
40
60
80
100
120
140
160
180
200
220
240
Years
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
Check and, if necessary, top up fluid levels (examples:
high voltage battery coolant, brakes, screenwash) (2)
Road test (3)
Diagnostic check of vehicle systems functionality
(examples: vehicle control units, high voltage battery)
Check of the air conditioning system effectiveness
Check cleanliness of sliding side door lower guides for
versions with S.S.D.
Change the brake fluid
(4)
Replacement of passenger compartment filter (5)
Check electric charging socket and cables condition
Reinitialisation of the service indicator
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Execute the above checks every year or
schedule. Top them up if required, unless
minutes and on level ground, either using the oil
25.000 km in case of usage out of
otherwise indicated.
level indicator in the instrument panel when the
Europe.
If a level drops significantly, have the
ignition is switched on (for vehicles equipped
corresponding system checked by a Fiat
with an electric gauge), or using the dipstick.
Recommended.
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
It is normal to top up the oil level between two
services (or oil changes). It is recommended
The fluids must comply with the
that you check the level, and top up if necessary,
Mandatory.
manufacturer's requirements and with
every 3,000 miles (5,000 km).
the vehicle's engine.
In order to maintain the reliability of the
(1)
Wheels removed.
Take care when working under the
engine and emissions control system,
bonnet, as certain areas of the engine
never use additives in the engine oil.
(2)
Only ever use the fluids shown in
may be extremely hot (risk of burns) and the
the handbook for topping up, and
cooling fan could start at any time (even with
only after checking that the system is
Checking using the dipstick
the ignition off).
intact. In case PH coolant is checked
For the location of the dipstick, please refer
(120.000 km/4 years then every
to the illustration of the corresponding engine
maintenance), (125.000 km/4 years then
Used products
compartment.
every maintenance if the vehicle is used
► Grasp the dipstick by its coloured grip and
outside Europe) replace the coolant if
Avoid prolonged contact of used oil or
pull it out completely.
necessary (when PH < 6.3).
fluids with the skin.
► Wipe the end of the dipstick using a clean,
Most of these fluids are harmful to health and
lint-free cloth.
(3)
It is recommended any time static checks
very corrosive.
are not enough to identify vehicle issue(s).
(4)
The brake fluid replacement has to be done
Do not discard used oil or fluids into
every two years, irrespective of the mileage.
sewers or onto the ground.
Empty used oil into the containers reserved
(5)
If the vehicle used outside Europe replace
for this purpose at a Fiat Dealership or a
every 25.000 km or 1 year.
qualified workshop.
► Reinsert the dipstick and push fully down,
then pull it out again to visually check the oil
Checking levels
Engine oil
level: the correct level is between marks A (max)
Check all of the following levels regularly in
The level is checked, with the engine
and B (min).
accordance with the manufacturer's service
having been switched off for at least 30
Do not start the engine if the level is:
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- above mark A: contact a Fiat Dealership or a
Brake fluid
When the engine is hot, the temperature of the
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qualified workshop.
coolant is regulated by the fan.
The level of this fluid should be close to
- below mark B: top up the engine oil
As the cooling system is pressurised, wait at
the "MAX" mark. If not, check the brake
immediately.
least one hour after switching off the engine
pads for wear.
before carrying out any work.
Oil grade
To know how often the brake fluid should be
In order to avoid the risk of scalding if you need
Before topping up or changing the
replaced, refer to the manufacturer's servicing
to top up in an emergency, wrap a cloth around
engine oil, check that the oil is suitable
schedule.
the cap and unscrew the cap by two turns to
for your engine and complies with the
Clean the cap before removing it to refill.
allow the pressure to drop.
recommendations in the service schedule
Use only DOT4 brake fluid from a sealed
Once the pressure has dropped, remove the cap
supplied with the vehicle (or available from
container.
and top up to the required level.
your Fiat Dealership or qualified workshop).
Use of non-recommended oil may invalidate
Vehicle with electric motor
your warranty in the event of engine failure.
Power steering fluid
Do not top up the coolant.
The level of this fluid should be close to
the "MAX" mark. Check it, with the
Topping up the engine oil level
vehicle parked on level ground and with the
For the location of the engine oil filler cap, please
engine cold, by reading the level on the filler
refer to the corresponding engine compartment
neck.
illustration.
► Add oil in small quantities, avoiding any spills
If the level is close to or below
Engine coolant
on engine components (risk of fire).
the "MIN" mark, it is essential to contact a Fiat
► Wait a few minutes before checking the level
(Diesel)
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
again using the dipstick.
It is normal to top up this fluid between
► Top up the level if necessary.
two services.
Screenwash fluid
► After checking the level, carefully screw the
The check and top-up must only be done with
oil filler cap back on and replace the dipstick in
Top up to the required level when
the engine cold.
its tube.
necessary.
A level of coolant that is too low risks causing
major damage to the engine; the coolant level
The oil level indication displayed on the
Fluid specification
must be close to the "MAX" mark without ever
instrument panel when the ignition is
The fluid must be topped up with a pre-mixed
going above it.
switched on is not valid for 30 minutes
product.
If the level is close to or below the "MIN" mark, it
following an addition of oil.
In winter (temperatures below zero), a fluid
is essential to top it up.
containing an anti-freeze agent which is
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appropriate for the temperature conditions
For more information on AdBlue® (BlueHDi),
Versions equipped with Stop & Start are
must be used in order to protect the system's
and in particular the supply of AdBlue, refer to
fitted with a 12 V lead-acid battery with
components (pump, tank, ducts, jets).
the corresponding section.
special technology and specifications.
Its replacement should be carried out only by
Filling with pure water is prohibited in all
a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
circumstances (risk of freezing,
Checks
limescale, etc.).
Unless otherwise indicated, check these
Passenger compartment
components in accordance with the
Diesel fuel additive (Diesel
manufacturer's service schedule and according
filter
to your engine.
Depending on the environment and the
with particle filter)
Otherwise, have them checked by a Fiat
use of the vehicle (e.g. dusty atmosphere,
On reaching the minimum level in
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
city driving), change it twice as often, if
the particle filter additive tank, one
Only use products recommended by Fiat
necessary.
of these warning lamps comes on fixed,
or products of equivalent quality and
accompanied by an audible signal and a warning
A clogged passenger compartment filter
specification.
message.
can adversely affect air conditioning
In order to optimise the operation of
system performance and generate
Topping up
components as important as those in the
undesirable odours.
braking system, Fiat selects and offers very
The topping up of this additive must be carried
specific products.
out quickly.
Air filter
Visit a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Depending on the environment and the
12 V battery
AdBlue® (BlueHDi)
use of the vehicle (e.g. dusty atmosphere,
The battery does not require any
city driving), change it twice as often, if
An alert is triggered when the reserve level is
maintenance.
necessary.
reached.
Check regularly that the terminals are correctly
For more information on the Indicators and in
tightened (versions without quick-release
Oil filter
particular the AdBlue range indicators, refer to
terminals) and that the connections are clean.
the corresponding section.
Change the oil filter each time the engine
To avoid the vehicle being immobilised in
For more information on the precautions
oil is changed.
accordance with regulations, you must top up the
to take before any work on the 12 V
AdBlue tank.
battery, refer to the corresponding section.
Particle filter (Diesel)
/
The start of clogging of the
particle filter is indicated by the
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temporary lighting of this warning lamp,
Manual gearbox
Brake pads
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accompanied by an alert message.
The gearbox does not require any
Brake wear depends on the style of
As soon as traffic conditions allow, regenerate
maintenance (no oil change).
driving, particularly in the case of vehicles
the filter by driving at a speed of at least 37 mph
used in town, over short distances. It may be
(60 km/h), with an engine speed above 2,500
Automatic gearbox
necessary to have the condition of the brakes
rpm, for about 15 minutes (until the warning lamp
The gearbox does not require any
checked, even between vehicle services.
goes out).
maintenance (no oil change).
Unless there is a leak in the circuit, a drop in the
If it is not possible to reach 37 mph (60 km/h),
brake fluid level indicates that the brake pads
leave the engine running at idle for about 15
Drive selector
are worn.
minutes, then drive with an engine speed above
The drive selector does not require any
2,500 rpm for 15 minutes.
After washing the vehicle, moisture, or in
maintenance.
wintry conditions, ice can form on the
Do not switch off the engine until the filter
brake discs and pads: braking efficiency may
is fully regenerated; repeated intervals
Manual parking brake
be reduced. Gently dab the brakes to dry and
can degrade the engine oil prematurely.
If you notice excessive brake lever travel
defrost them.
Regenerating the filter while the vehicle is
or decreased effectiveness, the parking
stationary is not recommended.
brake must be adjusted, even between two
services.
Brake disc/drum wear
Following prolonged operation of the
This system must be checked by a Fiat
For any information on checking brake
vehicle at very low speed or at idle, you
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
disc/drum wear, contact a Fiat Dealership
may, in exceptional circumstances, notice
or a qualified workshop.
water vapour coming from the exhaust while
Electric parking brake
accelerating. These emissions have no
This system does not require any routine
Wheels and tyres
impact on the vehicle’s behaviour and the
servicing. However, in the event of a
The inflation pressure of all tyres,
environment.
problem, do not hesitate to have the system
including the spare wheel, must be
checked by a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
checked on "cold” tyres.
New vehicle
workshop.
The pressures indicated on the tyre pressure
During the first few particle filter
label are valid for "cold" tyres. If you have driven
For more information on the Electric
regeneration operations, you may notice a
for more than 10 minutes or more than 6 miles
parking brake, refer to the
"burning" smell. This is perfectly normal.
(10 kilometres) at over 31 mph (50 km/h), add
corresponding section.
0.3 bar (30 kPa) to the values indicated on the
label.
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Under-inflation increases energy
the shock absorbers have a major impact on
water, which are harmless to health and the
consumption. Non-compliant tyre
road holding and braking performance.
environment.
pressures cause tyres to wear prematurely
For your safety and driving comfort, it is
The AdBlue® is contained in a special
and have an adverse effect on the vehicle's
important to have them regularly checked by a
tank holding about 20 litres.
road holding - risk of accident!
Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Its capacity allows a driving range of
approximately 3,000 miles (5,000 km) (which
Driving with worn or damaged tyres reduces the
Timing and accessory kits
may vary considerably depending on your
braking and road holding performance of the
The timing and accessory kits are used
driving style and the vehicle). An alert system
vehicle. Regularly check the condition of the
from the time the engine is started until it
is automatically triggered when the remaining
tyres (tread and sidewalls) and rims as well as
is switched off. It is normal for them to wear over
range reaches 1,500 miles (2,400 km), i.e. once
the presence of the valve caps.
time.
the reserve level has been reached.
When the wear indicators no longer appear set
A faulty timing or accessory kit can damage
Several alerts are triggered successively during
back from the tread, the depth of the grooves is
the engine, rendering it unusable. Observe the
the remaining 1,500 miles (2,400 km) until the
less than 1.6 mm; replace the tyres as soon as
recommended replacement frequency, stated in
tank is empty and the vehicle is immobilised.
possible.
distance travelled or time elapsed, whichever is
If the estimated distance travelled by the vehicle
Using different size wheels and tyres from those
reached first.
between two services is greater than 3,000 miles
specified can affect the lifetime of tyres, wheel
(5,000 km), it will be necessary to top up the
rotation, ground clearance, the speedometer
AdBlue.
reading and have an adverse effect on road
AdBlue® (BlueHDi)
holding.
For more information on the Warning
To respect the environment and ensure
Fitting different tyres on the front and rear axles
and indicator lamps and the associated
compliance with the Euro 6 standard, without
can cause the ESC to mistime.
alerts, or the Indicators, please refer to the
adversely affecting the performance or fuel
Always mark the direction of rotation on the tyres
corresponding sections.
consumption of its Diesel engines, Fiat has
that will be stored when fitting winter or summer
taken the decision to equip its vehicles with a
tyres. Store them in a cool, dry place and away
Once the AdBlue® tank is empty, a device
system that combines SCR (Selective Catalytic
from direct exposure to the sun's rays.
required by law prevents the engine from
Reduction) with a Diesel Particle Filter (DPF) for
Winter or 4-seasons tyres can be
being restarted.
the treatment of exhaust gases.
identified by this symbol on their
If the SCR system is faulty, the level of
sidewalls.
SCR system
emissions from the vehicle will no longer meet
the Euro 6 standard and the vehicle starts
Using a liquid called AdBlue® that contains
Shock absorbers
polluting the environment.
urea, a catalytic converter turns up to 85% of
It is not easy for drivers to detect when
In the event of a confirmed SCR system
the nitrogen oxides (NOx) into nitrogen and
shock absorbers are worn. Nevertheless,
malfunction, it is essential to visit a Fiat
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Dealership or a qualified workshop as soon
Never top up from an AdBlue® dispenser
be excluded: do not inhale the fluid. Ammonia
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as possible. After 685 miles (1,100 km), a
reserved for heavy goods vehicles.
vapours have an irritant effect on mucous
device is automatically activated to prevent
membranes (eyes, nose and throat).
the engine from starting.
Recommendations on
Store AdBlue® out of the reach of
In both cases, a range indicator indicates
children, in its original container.
the distance that can be travelled before the
storage
vehicle is immobilised.
AdBlue® freezes at about -11°C and deteriorates
above +25°C. Containers should be stored in a
Procedure
Freezing of the AdBlue®
cool area and protected from direct sunlight.
Before starting the top-up procedure, ensure that
AdBlue® freezes at temperatures below
Under these conditions, the fluid can be kept for
the vehicle is parked on a flat and level surface.
around -11°C.
at least a year.
In wintry conditions, ensure that the temperature
The SCR system includes a heater for the
If the fluid has frozen, it can be used once it has
of the vehicle is above -11°C. Otherwise the
AdBlue® tank, allowing you to continue driving
completely thawed out at room temperature.
AdBlue® may be frozen and so cannot be poured
in very cold conditions.
into the tank. Park the vehicle in a warmer area
Never store AdBlue® containers in your
for a few hours to allow the top-up to be carried
vehicle.
out.
Supply of AdBlue®
It is recommended that the AdBlue® be topped
Never pour the AdBlue® into the Diesel
Precautions for use
up as soon as the first alert is issued indicating
fuel tank.
AdBlue® is a urea-based solution. This fluid is
that the reserve level has been reached.
non-flammable, colourless and odourless (when
If any AdBlue® is splashed, or if there are
For the correct operation of the SCR
kept in a cool place).
any spillages on the bodywork, rinse
system:
In the event of contact with the skin, wash the
immediately with cold water or wipe with a
- Use only AdBlue® fluid that meets the ISO
affected area with soap and running water. In the
damp cloth.
22241 standard.
event of contact with the eyes, immediately rinse
If the fluid has crystallised, clean it off using a
- Never transfer AdBlue® to another container
the eyes with large amounts of water or with an
sponge and hot water.
as it would lose its purity.
eye wash solution for at least 15 minutes. Seek
- Never dilute AdBlue® with water.
medical attention if you feel a persistent burning
Important: in the event of a top-up after
sensation or irritation.
You can obtain AdBlue® from a Fiat Dealership
a breakdown because of a lack of
If swallowed, immediately wash out the mouth
or a qualified workshop, as well as service
AdBlue, it is essential to wait around 5
with clean water and then drink plenty of water.
stations equipped with AdBlue® pumps specially
minutes before switching on the ignition,
In certain conditions (high temperature, for
designed for passenger vehicles.
without opening the driver’s door,
example), the risk of release of ammonia cannot
unlocking the vehicle, inserting the key
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into the ignition switch, or bringing the
► After filling, perform the same sequence of
With manual or automatic
key for the "Keyless Entry and Start"
operations in reverse order.
gearbox and manual parking
system into the passenger compartment.
In order not to overfill the AdBlue® tank:
Switch on the ignition, then wait for 10
brake
- Add between 10 and 13 litres using
seconds before starting the engine.
AdBlue® containers.
► Switch off the ignition and remove the key
- Stop after the nozzle’s first automatic cut-
from the switch to switch off the engine.
out, if you are refilling at a service station.
To release them
or
The system only registers AdBlue® top-ups of
► With the vehicle stationary and engine
► With Keyless Entry and Start, press the
5 litres or more.
running, depress the brake pedal.
"START/STOP" button to switch off the engine.
► With a manual gearbox, place the gear lever
If the AdBlue® tank is completely empty
into neutral.
Accessing the AdBlue® tank
- which is confirmed by the message
► With an automatic gearbox, place the gear
Top up AdBlue: Starting impossible” - it is
selector to mode N.
essential to add at least 5 litres.
► Release the parking brake.
► Release the brake pedal, then switch off the
engine.
Free-wheeling
Reverting to normal operation
In certain situations, it is necessary to put the
► Apply the parking brake.
vehicle into free-wheeling mode (e.g. towing, on
► With an automatic gearbox, place the gear
► To access the AdBlue® tank, open the front
a rolling road, automatic car wash (Wash mode),
selector to mode P.
left-hand door.
rail or sea transport).
► Turn the blue cap a 6th of a turn
The procedure varies according to the type of
With a manual gearbox and
anti-clockwise.
gearbox and parking brake.
electric parking brake
► Release the cap upwards.
Never leave the vehicle unattended with
► With a container of AdBlue®: after checking
the vehicle into free-wheeling mode.
the expiry date, read the instructions on the
label carefully before pouring the contents of the
To release them
container into the vehicle's AdBlue tank.
► With the engine running and while depressing
► With an AdBlue® pump: insert the nozzle and
the brake pedal, move the gear selector to the
fill the tank until the nozzle automatically cuts
neutral position.
out.
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► While depressing the brake pedal, switch off
With drive selector and
Keyless Entry and Start
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the engine.
You must not depress the brake pedal
electric parking brake
► Release the brake pedal, then switch on the
while switching the ignition on again, then
ignition.
switching it off. If you do, the engine will start,
► While depressing the brake pedal, press the
requiring you to restart the procedure.
control to release the parking brake.
Release procedure
► Release the brake pedal, then switch off the
► With the vehicle stationary and the engine
ignition.
Advice on care and
running, depress the brake pedal and select
Reverting to normal operation
mode N.
maintenance
► While depressing the brake pedal, restart the
Within 5 seconds:
engine and apply the parking brake.
► Depress and hold the brake pedal, then
General recommendations
observe this order: switch off the engine and
Observe the following recommendations to avoid
With an automatic gearbox
move the push selector forwards or backwards.
damaging the vehicle.
► Release the brake pedal, then switch on the
and electric parking brake
ignition.
Exterior
► Place your foot on the brake and press the
Never use a high-pressure jet wash in
electric parking brake control to release it.
To release them
► Release the brake pedal, then switch off the
the engine compartment - risk of
damaging the electrical components!
► With the engine running and while depressing
ignition.
Do not wash the vehicle in bright sunshine or
the brake pedal, set the gear selector to N.
A message is displayed on the
extremely cold conditions.
► While depressing the brake pedal, switch off
instrument panel to confirm the unlocking
the engine.
of the wheels for 15 minutes.
When washing the vehicle in an
► Release the brake pedal, then switch on the
When the vehicle is free-wheeling, the
automatic roller-brush car wash, be sure
ignition again.
audio system cannot be updated (message
to lock the doors and, depending on version,
► While depressing the brake pedal, press the
displayed on the instrument panel).
move the electronic key away and deactivate
control lever to release the parking brake.
the "hands-free" function (Hands-Free
► Release the brake pedal, then switch off the
After 15 minutes or reverting to normal
Tailgate Access).
ignition.
operation
When using a pressure washer, keep the jet
Reverting to normal operation
► While depressing the brake pedal, restart the
nozzle at a minimum distance of 30 cm from
► While depressing the brake pedal, restart the
engine and select mode P.
the vehicle (particularly when cleaning areas
engine and select mode P.
containing chipped paint, sensors or seals).
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Promptly clean up any stains containing
Bodywork
Never select the programme with hot wax
chemicals liable to damage the vehicle's
finish.
High-gloss paint
paintwork (including tree resin, bird
Never use high-pressure lances equipped
droppings, insect secretions, pollen and tar).
with brushes - risk of scratching paint!
Do not use abrasive products, solvents,
Depending on the environment, clean the
Never apply glossy polish or preservatives to
petrol or oil to clean the bodywork.
vehicle frequently to remove salty deposits
the bodywork or alloy wheels; these products
Never use an abrasive sponge to clean
(in coastal areas), soot (in industrial areas)
irreversibly reveal glossy or spotted areas.
stubborn stains - risk of scratching the
and mud/salts (in wet or cold areas). These
paintwork!
substances can be highly corrosive.
Choose high-pressure wash, or at least
Do not apply polish in strong sunshine, or to
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
high-flow water jet.
plastic or rubber parts.
workshop for advice on removing stubborn
Rinse the vehicle with demineralised water.
stains requiring special products (such as tar
Only a clean microfibre cloth is recommended
Use a soft cloth and soapy water or a pH
or insect removers).
for wiping the vehicle; pass it over the vehicle
neutral product.
Preferably, have paint touch-ups performed
without rubbing.
Gently wipe the bodywork with a clean
by a Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
Carefully wipe off any fuel spilt on the
microfibre cloth.
bodywork using a soft cloth, then allow to dry.
Apply polish with the vehicle clean and dry.
Interior
Clean off minor marks (for example, finger
Comply with the instructions for use stated on
marks), using a maintenance product
When washing the vehicle, never use a
the product.
recommended by Fiat.
water hose or high-pressure jet to clean
the interior.
Textured paint
Decals
Liquids carried in cups or other open
This type of paint reacts under the effect of
(Depending on version)
containers can spill, presenting a risk of
light, through variations in appearance and
damage to the instruments and controls and
finish that highlight the lines and contours of the
Do not use a high-pressure washer to
the controls located on the centre console. Be
vehicle. Its varnish is enriched with particles that
clean the vehicle - risk of damaging or
vigilant!
remain visible and create a unique satin effect
detaching the decals!
To clean instrument panels, touch screens
with relief. Its slightly granular texture gives it a
or other displays, wipe gently with a soft,
surprising touch.
Use a high-flow hose (temperature
dry cloth. Do not use products (e.g. alcohol,
Never attempt to clean without water.
between 25°C and 40°C).
disinfectant) or soapy water directly on these
Never clean your vehicle in an automatic
Place the jet of water perpendicular to the
surfaces - risk of damage!
roller-brush car wash.
surface to be cleaned.
Rinse the vehicle with demineralised water.
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Leather
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Leather is a natural product. Appropriate regular
care is essential for its durability.
It must be protected and nourished using a
specific leather product, to keep it supple and
preserve its original appearance.
Do not use maintenance products which
are not suitable for cleaning leather
(e.g. solvent, detergent, petrol, pure alcohol).
Do not use bleaching or colour-removal
products (e.g. perchloroethylene).
When cleaning items partly made from
leather, take care not to damage the other
materials with the specific leather product.
Before cleaning greasy stains or liquids,
quickly mop up any surplus.
Before cleaning, wipe off any residues liable
to scuff the leather, using a cloth that has
been dampened with demineralised water
and thoroughly wrung out.
Clean the leather, without rubbing too
vigorously, using a soft cloth moistened with
soapy water or a pH-neutral product.
Dry with a soft, dry cloth.
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In the event of a breakdown
2.0 BlueHDi engines
Warning triangle
Running out of fuel
► Switch on the ignition (without starting the
This reflective and dismantlable device is to be
(Diesel)
engine).
installed on the side of the road when a vehicle
With Diesel engines, the fuel system must be
► Wait around 6 seconds and switch off the
is broken down or damaged.
primed if you run out of fuel.
ignition.
Before getting out of the vehicle
Before starting to prime the system, it is
► Repeat the operation 10 times.
Turn on the hazard warning lamps, then
essential to put at least 5 litres of Diesel into the
► Operate the starter motor to start the engine.
put on the safety vest to assemble and install
fuel tank.
If the engine does not start at the first attempt,
the triangle.
do not keep trying, but restart the procedure.
For more information on Refuelling and
on Misfuel prevention (Diesel), refer to
2.0 HDi engines
Assembling and placing the
the corresponding section.
► Open the bonnet and then, if necessary,
unclip the cover to access the priming pump.
triangle
For non-BlueHDi versions, the fuel system
► Loosen the degassing bolt.
components are located in the engine
► Operate the priming pump until fuel
compartment; this may be under a removable
appears in the transparent tube.
cover.
► Retighten the degassing bolt.
For more information on the Engine
► Operate the starter motor until the engine
compartment, in particular the location
starts (if the engine does not start at the first
of these components under the bonnet, refer
attempt, wait around 15 seconds before trying
to the corresponding section.
again).
► If the engine does not start after a few
1.5 BlueHDi engines
attempts, operate the priming pump again, then
the starter motor.
► Switch on the ignition (without starting the
► Put the cover back in place and clip it in, then
engine).
For versions supplied with a triangle as original
close the bonnet.
► Wait around 1 minute and switch off the
equipment, refer to the illustration above.
ignition.
For other versions, refer to the assembly
► Operate the starter motor to start the engine.
instructions provided with the triangle.
If the engine does not start at the first attempt,
► Put the triangle in place behind the vehicle,
do not keep trying, but restart the procedure.
as required by local legislation.
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In the event of a breakdown
As a safety measure, bars 1 and 2
► Then, lift the box upwards to take it past bar
Tool box
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prevent the box escaping from its
2.
housing, if it is not correctly secured.
Access the tools
Access
Removing and opening
► Unclip fixings B on the cover, then open it for
access to the tools.
Storage
► Refit the cover on the box and clip fixings B.
The tool box is located under the left-hand front
► Press latches A and slide them inwards to
seat.
release the box.
► To take it past bar 1, raise the box slightly
then pull it as far as it will go.
► Position the box with the front inclined
upwards.
► To take it past bar 2, push the box in and
down.
► To take it past bar 1, raise the box slightly
then push it fully in.
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In the event of a breakdown
List of tools
Composition of the kit
These tools are specific to the vehicle and may
vary according to the level of equipment. Do not
use them for any other purpose.
► Once the box is fully home in its housing,
push it against the floor carpet then slide latches
A outwards to secure it.
Pull on the box to check that it is secure
in its housing.
A. "Repair" or "Inflation" position selector.
B. On I/off O switch.
C. Deflation button.
Temporary puncture
1.
12 V compressor.
D. Pressure gauge (in bars and psi).
Contains a sealant cartridge for the
repair kit
temporary repair of a tyre and can also be
Made up of a compressor and a sealant
used for adjusting tyre pressures.
cartridge, it allows you to carry out a temporary
2.
Towing eye.
repair of the tyre so that you can drive to the
nearest garage.
For more information on Towing, please
It is designed to repair most punctures located
refer to the corresponding section.
on the tyre tread.
Tyre inflation pressures are indicated on
Access to the kit
this label.
This kit is stowed in a tool box.
For more information on Identification
markings, particularly this label, refer to the
For more information on the Tool box,
E.
Compartment housing a cable with an
corresponding section.
refer to the corresponding section.
adaptor for a 12 V socket.
F.
Sealant cartridge.
G. White pipe with cap for repair and inflation.
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In the event of a breakdown
2.0 bars. The sealant product is injected under
H. Speed limit sticker.
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pressure into the tyre; do not disconnect the
The vehicle's electrical system allows the
pipe from the valve during this operation (risk of
connection of the compressor for long
blowback).
enough to inflate a tyre after a puncture
If after approximately seven minutes this
repair.
pressure is not reached, this indicates
Only use the two 12 V sockets, located at the
that the tyre is not repairable; contact a Fiat
front, to connect your compressor.
Dealership or a qualified workshop for
assistance.
Repair and sealing
► Remove the kit and screw the cap back on
► Uncoil the white pipe G fully.
procedure
the white pipe. Take care to avoid contaminating
► Unscrew the cap from the white pipe.
► Park the vehicle without obstructing any
the vehicle with traces of fluid. Keep the kit to
► Connect the white pipe to the valve of the
traffic and apply the parking brake.
hand.
tyre to be repaired.
► Follow the safety instructions (hazard
► Connect the compressor's electrical plug to
Take care, the sealant product is harmful
warning lamps, warning triangle, wearing high
the vehicle's 12 V socket.
if swallowed and causes irritation to the
visibility vest, etc.) according to the legislation in
► Affix the speed limit sticker.
eyes.
force in the country where you are driving.
Keep this product out of the reach of children.
► Switch off the ignition.
The use-by date of the fluid is marked on the
The speed limit sticker must be secured
► Turn the selector A to the "Repair"
bottle.
to the interior of the vehicle in the driver's
position.
After use, do not discard the bottle in
field of vision, to remind you that a wheel is in
► Check that switch B is in position "O".
standard waste, take it to a Fiat Dealership or
temporary use.
Avoid removing any foreign bodies which
an authorised waste disposal site.
have penetrated the tyre.
► Start the vehicle and leave the engine
Do not forget to obtain a new bottle of
running.
sealant, available from a Fiat Dealership or a
qualified workshop.
Do not start the compressor before
connecting the white pipe to the tyre
valve: the sealant product would be expelled
through the pipe.
► Switch on the compressor by moving switch
B to position I until the tyre pressure reaches
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In the event of a breakdown
► Connect the white pipe to the valve on the
If after approximately 7 minutes the
repaired tyre.
required pressure is not reached, this
► Reconnect the compressor's electric plug to
indicates that the tyre is irreparably damaged;
the vehicle's 12 V socket.
contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
► Start the vehicle and leave the engine
workshop for assistance.
running.
Do not drive more than 125 miles (200
Go to a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
km) with a repaired tyre; see a Fiat
workshop as soon as possible.
► Drive immediately for approximately three
You must tell the technician that the kit has
Dealership or a qualified workshop to have
miles (five kilometres), at reduced speed
been used. After inspection, the technician
the tyre changed.
(between 12 and 37 mph (20 and 60 km/h)), to
will advise you on whether the tyre can be
plug the puncture.
repaired or if it must be replaced.
Should the pressure of one or more tyres
► Stop to check the repair and measure the
be adjusted, it is necessary to reinitialise
tyre pressure using the kit.
► Adjust the tyre pressure using the
the under-inflation detection system.
compressor (to inflate: set switch B to position
For more information on Tyre under-inflation
Inflating, adjusting and
"I"; to deflate: set switch B to position "O" and
detection, refer to the corresponding section.
press button C), according to the vehicle's tyre
checking tyre pressures
pressure label located by the driver's door.
A subsequent loss of pressure indicates that the
Removing the pipe and
puncture has not been fully sealed; contact a
cartridge
Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop to have
your vehicle repaired.
► Remove the kit and stow it.
► Drive at reduced speed (50 mph
(80 km/h) max.), limiting the distance
travelled to approximately 125 miles
(200 km).
The compressor can also be used,
► Turn selector A to the "Inflation"
without injecting sealant, to check and
position.
adjust the tyre pressures.
► Uncoil the white pipe G fully.
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In the event of a breakdown
► Turn the pipe assembly 2 to the left until it
Do not forget to obtain a new cartridge,
3. Wheel bolt cover/wheel trim removal tool.
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comes into contact with the unit.
available from a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
Depending on the vehicle's equipment, this is
► Disconnect the connector 1 from the cartridge
workshop.
used to remove the wheel bolt covers on alloy
by turning it a quarter turn anti-clockwise.
wheels or the wheel trim on steel wheels.
► Pull the pipe assembly 2 out slightly, then
4. Socket for "anti-theft" wheel bolts.
disconnect the connector 3 from the air intake
Spare wheel
Used to adapt the wheelbrace to the special
pipe by turning it a quarter turn anti-clockwise.
"anti-theft" bolts.
Access to the tools
5. Towing eye.
The tools are stowed in a tool box.
For more information on Towing, please
For more information on the Tool box,
refer to the corresponding section.
refer to the corresponding section.
These tools are specific to the vehicle
and may vary according to the level of
List of tools
equipment.
Do not use them for any other purpose.
The jack must only be used to change a
► Remove the pipe assembly 2.
wheel with a damaged or punctured tyre.
► Hold the compressor up vertically.
Do not use any jack other than the one
► Unscrew the cartridge 4 from the bottom.
supplied with the vehicle.
To fit the new cartridge and new pipe, carry out
If the vehicle does not have its original jack,
these operations in reverse order.
contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
Beware of fluid discharge.
workshop to obtain the one that was intended
The expiry date of the fluid is indicated
by the manufacturer.
on the cartridge.
The jack meets European standards, as
1. Wheelbrace.
The sealant cartridge is designed for single
defined in the Machinery Directive 2006/42/
Used to remove the wheel bolts and raise/
use; it must be replaced even if only partly
CE.
lower the jack.
used.
The jack does not require any maintenance.
2. Jack.
After use, do not discard the cartridge in
Used to raise the vehicle.
standard waste, take it to a Fiat Dealership or
an authorised waste disposal site.
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In the event of a breakdown
Accessing the spare wheel
Remove the spare wheel from the
Refit the spare wheel in the carrier
carrier
► Access to the spare wheel is from the rear.
► Depending on version, open the side-hinged
doors or the tailgate.
To avoid any unwanted opening of the
electric side door(s), deactivate the
Hands-Free Tailgate Access function in the
vehicle configuration menu.
For more information on the Hands-free
sliding side door, refer to the corresponding
section.
► Access the carrier bolt, located on the rear
► Position the wheel facing the carrier.
door sill.
► Progressively return the wheel to the carrier
► Slacken the bolt using the wheelbrace (about
by pushing alternately at the left and right until it
14 turns) until the carrier is low enough to allow
is clear of the hook fixing area.
the carrier hook to be disengaged.
► Engage the carrier on the hook, then tighten
the bolt using the wheelbrace until the bolt is fully
tightened.
► If the vehicle is fitted with a towbar, raise
Tyre in the carrier
the rear of the vehicle using the jack (must be
You can change the size of the tyre on the spare
at jacking point B) to allow sufficient space to
wheel by following the instructions below.
remove the spare wheel.
► Release the carrier from the hook, take the
spare wheel and place it next to the wheel to be
changed.
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In the event of a breakdown
Apply the parking brake, unless it is
Original tyre
XS-M
XL
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programmed to automatic mode (for an
size
electric parking brake), and check that the
215/65 R16
Placing a
There is no
indicator lamp lights up on the instrument
225 wheel in
restriction.
panel.
215/60 R17
the carrier is
Ensure that the occupants have left the
215/60 R17
prohibited.
vehicle and are located in a safe place.
M&S
► Place the foot of the jack on the ground and
Never go underneath a vehicle raised using a
ensure that it is directly below the A or B jacking
225/55 R17
Placing a 215
jack; use an axle stand.
point provided on the underbody, whichever is
wheel in the
With an electric parking brake, place a chock
closest to the wheel to be changed.
carrier is not
against the wheel diagonally opposite to the
recommended
one being replaced.
(risk of noise).
A punctured tyre of size 215 or 225 can
be placed in the carrier.
Removing a wheel
Parking the vehicle
Immobilise the vehicle where it does
not obstruct traffic: the ground must be level,
stable and non-slippery.
With a manual gearbox, engage first gear
► With a steel wheel, remove the bolt cover
then switch off the ignition to block the
using tool 3 or the wheel trim by hand.
wheels.
► With an alloy wheel, remove the cover from
With an automatic gearbox, place the gear
each of the bolts using tool 3.
selector in position P then switch off the
► If the vehicle is so equipped, fit security bolt
ignition to block the wheels.
socket 4 to wheelbrace 1 to slacken the security
With a drive selector, place the gear selector
bolt.
in position P then switch off the ignition to
Slacken (without removing) the other wheel
block the wheels.
bolts using just wheelbrace 1.
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In the event of a breakdown
► Use the knob to extend the jack 2 until its
► Remove the wheel.
► Lower the vehicle again fully.
head comes into contact with jacking point A or
► Fold jack 2 and remove it.
B, whichever is used; contact surface A or B on
Fitting the wheel
the vehicle must be correctly engaged with the
central part of the head of the jack.
► Raise the vehicle until there is sufficient
space between the wheel and the ground, to
then easily fit the spare (not punctured) wheel.
Risk of injury!
Ensure that the jack is stable. If the
► If fitted to your vehicle, tighten the anti-theft
ground is slippery or loose, the jack may slip
bolt using the wheelbrace 1 fitted with the anti-
or collapse.
theft socket 4.
Ensure that the jack is positioned strictly at
Tighten the other bolts using the
one of the jacking points A or B under the
wheelbrace 1 only.
vehicle, making sure that the vehicle's contact
► Fit the wheel on the hub.
► Stow the tools in the tool box.
surface is correctly centred on the head of the
► Screw in the bolts by hand as far as possible.
Fitting a steel or "space-saver" type
jack. Otherwise, there is a risk of damage to
► If fitted to your vehicle, pre-tighten the anti-
spare wheel
the vehicle and/or of the jack collapsing.
theft bolt using the wheelbrace 1 fitted with the
anti-theft socket 4.
Pre-tighten the other bolts using the
wheelbrace 1 only.
If the vehicle is fitted with alloy wheels, the
washers A do not make contact with the steel
or "space-saver" type spare wheel. The wheel
is held in place by the conical contact surface
B of each bolt.
► Remove the bolts and store them in a clean
After changing a wheel
place.
Stow the punctured wheel in the carrier.
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In the event of a breakdown
Go promptly to a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
and rear lamps is normal, and will disappear
Halogen bulbs (Hx)
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workshop.
after the lamps have been on for a few
To ensure good quality lighting, check
Have the punctured tyre examined. After
minutes.
that the bulb is correctly positioned in its
inspection, the technician will advise you on
housing.
whether the tyre can be repaired or if it must
The headlamps have polycarbonate
be replaced.
lenses with a protective coating:
Opening the bonnet/Accessing the
- Do not clean them with a dry or abrasive
bulbs
Some driving aid functions should be
cloth, nor with detergent or solvent
Proceed with caution when the engine is hot -
disabled, e.g. the Active Safety Brake.
products.
risk of burns!
- Use a sponge and soapy water or a pH
Take care with objects or clothing that could
If your vehicle has tyre under-inflation
neutral product.
be caught in the blades of the cooling fan -
detection, check the tyre pressures and
- When using a high-pressure washer on
risk of strangulation!
reinitialise the system.
persistent marks, do not keep the lance
For more information on Tyre under-inflation
directed towards the headlamps, lamps or
After changing a bulb
detection, refer to the corresponding section.
their edges for too long, so as not to damage
To refit, carry out the operations in
their protective coating and seals.
reverse order to removal.
Tyre under-inflation detection
Close the protective cover very carefully to
The steel spare wheel does not have a
Changing a bulb must only be done with
guarantee the sealing of the lamps.
sensor.
the ignition off and after the headlamp /
lamp has been switched off for several
Model with halogen
minutes - risk of serious burns!
Wheel with wheel trim
Do not touch the bulb directly with your
headlamps
When refitting the wheel, refit the wheel
fingers; use a lint-free cloth.
trim, starting by aligning the cutout with the
It is essential only to use anti-ultraviolet
valve and then pushing the trim into place all
(UV) type bulbs, so as not to damage the
round its edge with the palm of your hand.
headlamp.
Always replace a failed bulb with a new bulb
of the same type and specification. To avoid
Changing a bulb
lighting imbalance, replace the bulbs in pairs.
In some weather conditions (e.g. low
1. Sidelamps (W5W-5W)
temperature or humidity), misting on the
2. Main beam headlamps (H1-55W)
internal surface of the glass of the headlamps
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In the event of a breakdown
Dipped beam headlamps
Sidelamps
3. Dipped beam headlamps (H7-55W)
4. Daytime running lamps (W21W LL-21W)
5. Direction indicators (PY21W-21W amber)
Model with Xenon
headlamps
► Press the lower clip on the connector and
► Press the two side clips on the connector and
remove the assembly of connector and bulb.
remove the assembly of connector and bulb.
► Pull out the bulb and replace it.
► Pull out the bulb and replace it.
When refitting the connector and bulb in
Main beam headlamps
the lamp unit, correctly position the
assembly in its housing until it clicks into
place.
1. Main beam headlamps (H1-55W)
2. Dipped beam headlamps (D8S-25W)
Do not touch the Xenon lamps (D8S)
3. Direction indicators (PY21W-21W amber)
- risk of electrocution!
If you need to replace this type of bulb, you
Be aware of the zone behind the right
► Press the lower clip on the connector and
must contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
lamp (vehicle direction), which may be
remove the assembly of connector and bulb.
workshop.
hot with a risk of burning (degassing hoses).
► Pull out the bulb and replace it.
Daytime running lamps
Direction indicators
Accessing the bulbs
► Press the two side clips on the connector and
► Turn the bulb holder a quarter turn
► Press the upper clip on the cover then tilt it
anti-clockwise.
remove the assembly of connector and bulb.
backwards to remove it.
► Pull out the bulb and replace it.
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In the event of a breakdown
► Remove the bulb holder and replace the
Front foglamps (H11-55W)
Direction indicator side
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faulty bulb.
repeater
Rapid flashing of a direction indicator
lamp (left or right) indicates that one of
the bulbs on the corresponding side has
failed.
Amber-coloured bulbs must be replaced
by bulbs with identical specifications and
colour.
- Push the repeater towards the rear and
release it.
Daytime running lamps/
- When refitting, engage the repeater towards
► Underneath the front bumper, slacken the
the front and then slide it backwards.
sidelamps
bolts on deflector A, then remove it.
Amber coloured bulbs (direction indicators and
side repeaters) must be replaced with bulbs of
identical specification and colour.
Rear lamps
► Press the locking clip and disconnect the
connector.
► Unscrew the bulb holder a quarter turn anti-
For the replacement of these bulbs, contact a
clockwise and remove it.
Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
► Replace the faulty bulb.
A replacement kit for the LEDs is available from
1. Brake lamps/Sidelamps (P21/5W-21/5W)
Fiat Dealerschips.
You can also contact a Fiat Dealership or
2. Direction indicators (PY21W-21W amber)
a qualified workshop to replace these
3. Reversing lamps (P21W-21W)
bulbs.
4. Foglamps/Sidelamps (P21/4W-21/4W)
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In the event of a breakdown
For vehicles with interior trim, contact a
► While holding the lamp in place, press the
Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop
clip on the inside then carefully remove the lamp.
to have the work done.
► Disconnect the electrical connector.
► Identify the defective lamp and then,
depending on the version, open the rear doors or
the tailgate.
► With side-hinged doors, remove the plastic
cover with the aid of a screwdriver.
► With a tailgate, unclip the trim at each end,
rotating it from bottom to top, then unclip the
centre clips to remove it.
► Spread the 3 lugs slightly, then extract the
► Using a screwdriver through the aperture,
bulb holder.
push the lamp towards the outside.
► Remove the faulty bulb by pressing lightly on
► Disconnect the electrical connector and then
it, then turning it a quarter turn clockwise.
remove the lamp.
► With side-hinged doors, unscrew the 2 fixing
► Replace the bulb.
► Unscrew the bulb holder a quarter turn anti-
screws from the outside.
clockwise and replace the faulty bulb.
► With the tailgate, unclip the plastic trim from
Third brake lamp (W5W - 5W)
To refit, press on the lamp to clip it into place.
the outside and then tilt it outwards to remove it.
Then unscrew the 2 fixing screws.
► Depending on version, open the rear left-
► From the inside, and depending on the
hand door or tailgate.
version, remove the ventilation grille.
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In the event of a breakdown
Number plate lamps (W5W-W)
For the replacement of these bulbs, contact a
Platform cab (rear lamps)
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Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop.
A replacement kit for the LEDs is available from
Fiat Dealerships.
Courtesy lamps with bulb
W5W-5W
1. Direction indicators (P21W-21W).
2. Brake lamps (P21W-21W).
► Insert a thin screwdriver into one of the cut-
3. Sidelamps (R10W-10W).
outs on the exterior of the lens.
4. Reversing lamps (P21W-21W).
► Push it outwards to unclip it.
5. Foglamps (P21W-21W).
► Remove the lens and replace the faulty bulb.
► Locate the faulty bulb.
To refit, press the lens to clip it in.
► Unscrew the 4 fixing screws from the lens
unit and remove it.
Courtesy lamps (front and
► Unclip the lens by inserting a thin screwdriver
► Remove the faulty bulb by pressing lightly on
rear)
into the slots at each side of the courtesy lamp.
it, then turning it a quarter turn clockwise.
► Remove the bulb and change it.
► Change the bulb.
LED courtesy lamps
To refit, clip the lens in place and ensure that it
is secure.
Fuses
Changing a fuse
All work must be carried out only by a
Fiat Dealership or a qualified workshop
The replacement of a fuse by a third party
could cause a serious malfunction of the
vehicle.
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In the event of a breakdown
Installing electrical accessories
Dispose of used batteries at a designated
Always protect your eyes. Explosive
The vehicle's electrical system is
collection point.
gases can cause blindness and injury.
designed to operate with standard or optional
Keep the vehicle's battery out of the reach
equipment.
Protect your eyes and face before
of children.
Before fitting other electrical equipment or
handling the battery.
The vehicle's battery contains sulphuric
accessories to your vehicle, contact a Fiat
All operations on the battery must be carried
acid which can make you go blind or
Dealership or a qualified workshop.
out in a well ventilated area and away from
cause severe burns.
naked flames and sources of sparks, to avoid
For more information, refer to the
Fiat accepts no responsibility for the cost
any risk of explosion or fire.
handbook.
incurred in repairing the vehicle or for
Wash your hands afterwards.
Explosive gases can be present close to
rectifying malfunctions resulting from the
the battery.
installation of accessories not supplied or not
Electric motor
Always replace the battery with one of
recommended by Fiat and not installed in
equivalent specification.
accordance with its recommendations, in
Flat accessory battery
particular when the combined power
It is no longer possible to start the motor
consumption of all of the additional equipment
or recharge the traction battery.
Access to the battery
connected exceeds 10 milliamperes.
The battery is located under the bonnet.
Precautions before working on the
► Open the bonnet using the interior release
accessory battery
lever, then the exterior safety catch.
12 V battery / Accessory
Select mode P, switch off the ignition, check
► Secure the bonnet stay.
that the instrument panel is off and that the
battery
vehicle is not being charged.
Procedure for starting the engine using another
battery or for charging a discharged battery.
Jump-starting another vehicle
Do not use the accessory battery to
Lead-acid starter batteries
jump-start another vehicle or to charge
another vehicle's battery.
These batteries contain harmful
substances (sulphuric acid and lead).
They must be disposed of in accordance
Symbols
with regulations and must never under any
No sparks or naked flames, no smoking.
circumstances be discarded with household
waste.
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In the event of a breakdown
► Remove the plastic cover to access the (+)
► Refit the plastic cover to the (+) terminal, if
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terminal, if your vehicle has one.
the vehicle has one.
The battery (-) terminal is not accessible.
► Allow the engine to run for at least
There is a remote earth point near the battery.
30 minutes, with the vehicle stationary, so that
the battery reaches an adequate state of charge.
For more information on the Bonnet and
the Engine, refer to the corresponding
Driving immediately without having
sections.
reached a sufficient level of charge may
affect some of the vehicle's functions (e.g.
Stop & Start).
Starting using another
battery
To disconnect, proceed in reverse order.
If the vehicle's battery is flat, the engine can be
► Lift the plastic cover on the (+) terminal, if the
started using a backup battery (either external or
vehicle has one.
from another vehicle) and jump leads or using a
► Connect the red cable to the (+) terminal of
Automatic gearbox
battery booster.
flat battery A (at the metal elbow), then to the
Never try to start the engine by pushing
(+) terminal of the backup battery B or of the
the vehicle.
Never start the engine by connecting a
booster.
battery charger.
► Connect one end of the green or black cable
Never use a 24 V or higher battery booster.
Charging the battery using a
to the (-) terminal of the backup battery B or of
Check beforehand that the backup battery
the booster (or to an earth point on the assisting
battery charger
has a nominal voltage of 12 V and a capacity
vehicle).
at least equal to that of the discharged
For optimum service life of the battery, it is
► Connect the other end of the green or black
battery.
essential to maintain an adequate state of
cable to the earth point C.
The two vehicles must not be in contact with
charge.
► Start the engine on the assisting vehicle and
each other.
In some circumstances, it may be necessary to
leave it running for a few minutes.
Switch off all electricity-consuming equipment
charge the battery:
► Operate the starter on the broken down
on both vehicles (audio system, wipers,
- When using the vehicle mainly for short
vehicle and let the engine run.
lighting, etc.).
journeys.
If the engine does not start immediately, switch
Make sure that the jump leads are well away
- If the vehicle is to be taken off the road for
off the ignition and wait a few moments before
from the engine’s moving parts (fan, belt,
several weeks.
trying again.
etc.).
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
► Wait for it to return to idle.
Do not disconnect the (+) terminal while the
workshop.
► Disconnect the jump leads in reverse order.
engine is running.
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In the event of a breakdown
To charge the vehicle's battery yourself,
► Lift the plastic cover on the (+) terminal, if the
Disconnecting/reconnecting
use only a charger compatible with
vehicle has one.
the battery
lead-acid batteries with a nominal voltage of
► Connect the cables of charger B as follows:
12 V.
• the positive (+) red cable to the (+) terminal
In order to maintain an adequate state of
of battery A.
charge for starting the engine, we recommend
• the negative (-) black cable to earth point C
disconnecting the battery if the vehicle is to be
Follow the instructions provided by the
on the vehicle.
unused for an extended period.
manufacturer of the charger.
► At the end of the charging operation, switch
Before disconnecting the battery:
Never reverse polarities.
off charger B before disconnecting the cables
► Close all openings (doors, tailgate, windows).
from battery A.
► Switch off all electricity-consuming devices
It is not necessary to disconnect the
(audio system, wipers, lamps, etc.).
battery.
If this label is present, use only a 12 V
► Switch off the ignition and wait for 4 minutes.
charger to avoid causing irreversible
After accessing the battery, it is only necessary
► Switch the ignition off.
damage to the electrical components.
to disconnect the (+) terminal.
► Switch off all electrical consumers (audio
system, lighting, wipers, etc.).
24V
Quick-release terminal clamp
Disconnecting the (+) terminal
12V
Frozen battery
Never try to charge a frozen battery - risk
of explosion!
If the battery has frozen, have it checked by
a Fiat Dealership or by a qualified workshop,
who will verify that the internal components
► Switch off charger B before connecting
have not been damaged and that the case
the cables to the battery, so as to avoid any
has not cracked, which could lead to a risk of
dangerous sparks.
leakage of toxic and corrosive acid.
► Depending on equipment, lift the plastic cover
► Ensure that the charger cables are in good
on the (+) terminal.
condition.
► Raise lever A fully to release clamp B.
► Remove clamp B by lifting it off.
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In the event of a breakdown
Reconnecting the (+) terminal
Referring to the relevant section, reinitialise
When towing a vehicle with all four wheels on
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certain equipment:
the ground, always use an approved towbar;
- Remote control key or electronic key
ropes and straps are prohibited.
(depending on version).
The towing vehicle must move off gently.
- Electric windows.
When the vehicle is towed with its engine
- Date and time.
off, there is no longer braking and steering
- Preset radio stations.
assistance.
The Stop & Start system may not be
A professional recovery service must
operational during the trip following the
be called in the following cases:
first engine start.
- broken down on a motorway or main road;
In this case, the system will only be available
- not possible to put the gearbox into neutral,
again after a continuous period with the
unlock the steering, or release the parking
► Raise lever A fully.
vehicle immobilised, the duration of which
brake;
► Refit open clamp B on the (+) terminal.
depends on the exterior temperature and the
- not possible to tow a vehicle with an
► Push clamp B fully down.
state of charge of the battery (up to about 8
automatic gearbox, with the engine running;
► Lower lever A to lock clamp B.
hours).
- towing with only two wheels on the ground;
► Depending on equipment, lower the plastic
- four-wheel drive vehicle;
cover on the (+) terminal.
- no approved towbar available.
Towing the vehicle
Do not force the lever when pressing on
it, as if the clamp is not positioned
Procedure for having your vehicle towed or
Before towing the vehicle, it is essential
correctly, locking will then not be possible.
for towing another vehicle using a removable
to put the vehicle in free-wheeling mode.
Start the procedure again.
mechanical device.
For more information on Free-wheeling, refer
General recommendations
to the corresponding section.
Following reconnection
Observe the legislation in force in the
After reconnecting the battery, turn on the
country where you are driving.
Electric motor
ignition and wait 1 minute before starting the
Check that the towing vehicle is heavier than
An electric vehicle cannot under any
engine, to enable the electronic systems to
the towed vehicle.
circumstances be used to tow another
initialise.
The driver must remain at the wheel of the
vehicle.
If minor problems nevertheless persist following
towed vehicle and must have a valid driving
However, it may be used, for example, to exit
this operation, contact a Fiat Dealership or a
licence.
a rut.
qualified workshop.
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In the event of a breakdown
With a manual gearbox, place the gear
Failure to adhere to this instruction may lead
lever in neutral.
to damage to some braking components and
With an automatic gearbox, place the gear
the lack of braking assistance on restarting
selector in position N.
the engine.
Towing constraints
Type of vehicle
Front wheels on the
Rear wheels on the
Flatbed
4 wheels on the ground
(engine/gearbox)
ground
ground
with towbar
Internal combustion/Manual
Internal combustion/Automatic
Electric
In case of battery or electric parking brake failure, it is essential to call a professional using flatbed recovery vehicles (excluding manual gearbox).
- Slide a finger from the centre of the cover
Accessing the towing eye
plate to the upper corner (as shown above) to
The towing eye is stowed in the tool box.
unclip it.
For more information on the Tool box,
To be towed:
refer to the corresponding section.
► Screw the towing eye in fully.
► Install the towbar.
► Put the gearbox into neutral.
Towing your vehicle
Failure to observe this instruction could
To access the front screw thread:
result in damage to certain components
(e.g. braking, transmission) and to the
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In the event of a breakdown
absence of braking assistance the next time
► Move off gently, drive slowly and only for a
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the engine is started.
short distance.
Never tow the vehicle with the driving
wheels on the ground and the engine off.
► Unlock the steering and release the parking
brake.
► Switch on the hazard warning lamps on both
vehicles in accordance with the legislation in
force in the country in which you are driving.
► Move off gently, drive slowly and only for a
short distance.
Towing another vehicle
To access the rear screw thread:
- Press the cover (as shown above) to unclip it.
To tow:
► Screw the towing eye in fully.
► Install the towbar.
► Switch on the hazard warning lamps on both
vehicles.
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Technical data
must be reduced by 10% for each additional
Engine technical data and
1,000 metres of altitude.
towed loads
The maximum authorised nose weight
corresponds to the weight permitted on the
Engines
towball.
The engine characteristics are given in the
When exterior temperatures are high, the
vehicle's registration document, as well as in
vehicle performance may be limited in
sales brochures.
order to protect the engine. When the exterior
Only the values available at the time of
temperature is higher than 37°C, reduce the
publication are presented in the tables.
towed weight.
Contact a Fiat Dealership or a qualified
workshop to obtain missing values.
Towing even with a lightly loaded vehicle
The maximum power corresponds to the
can adversely affect its road holding.
value type-approved on a test bed, under
Braking distances are increased when towing
conditions defined by European legislation
a trailer.
(Directive 1999/99/EC).
When using a vehicle to tow, never exceed
a speed of 62 mph (100 km/h) (observe the
For more information, contact a Fiat Dealership
local legislation in force).
or a qualified workshop.
Weights and towed loads
The weights and towed loads relating to
the vehicle are indicated on the registration
document, as well as in sales brochures.
These values are also indicated on the
manufacturer's plate or label.
For more information, contact a Fiat Dealership
or a qualified workshop.
The GTW (Gross Train Weight) and towed load
values indicated are valid up to a maximum
altitude of 1,000 metres. The towed load value
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Technical data
Engines and towed loads - Diesel EURO 4/5
9
Engines
HDi 150 BVM6
HDi 150 EAT6/EAT8
BlueHDi 150 BVM6
BlueHDi 150 EAT6/
EAT8
Gearboxes
Manual 6-speed
Automatic 6/8-speed
Manual 6-speed
Automatic 6/8-speed
Code
DW10F
DW10FD
Cubic capacity (cc)
1,997
1,997
Max. power: EC standard (kW)
110
110
Fuel
Diesel
Diesel
Length
XS, M, XL
M*, XL*
XS, M, XL
M*, XL*
XS, M, XL
M*, XL*
XS, M, XL
M*, XL*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
Braked trailer
6-7-8-9 seats
1,100
800
1,100
800
(within the GTW
limit) (kg)
on a 10% or 12%
gradient
Unbraked trailer
750
750
750
750
(kg)
Maximum
44
32
44
32
authorised nose
weight (kg)
* Increased payload.
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Technical data
Engines and towed loads - Diesel EURO 6.2
Engines
BlueHDi 100 S&S BVM6
BlueHDi 120 S&S BVM6
BlueHDi 120 S&S EAT8
Gearboxes
Manual 6-speed
Manual 6-speed
Automatic 8-speed
Code
DV5RUCd - ML6 - STT
DV5RUC - ML6 - STT
DW10FEU - AMN8 - STT
Cubic capacity (cc)
1,499
1,499
1,997
Max. power: EC standard (kW)
75
88
88
Fuel
Diesel
Diesel
Diesel
Length
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
Braked trailer (within the
6-7-8-9 seats
1,800
2,000
1,800
2,000
2,300
2,500
GTW limit) (kg)
on a 10% or 12% gradient
Unbraked trailer (kg)
750
750
750
750
750
750
Maximum authorised nose
72
80
72
80
92
100
weight (kg)
* Increased payload.
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Technical data
Engines
BlueHDi 150 S&S BVM6
BlueHDi 180 S&S EAT8
9
Gearboxes
Automatic 6-speed
Automatic 8-speed
Code
DW10FD - ML6 - STT
DW10FDCU - AMN8 - STT
Cubic capacity (cc)
1,997
1,997
Max. power: EC standard (kW)
110
130
Fuel
Diesel
Diesel
Length
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
Braked trailer (within the
6-7-8-9 seats
2,300
2,500
2,300
2,500
GTW limit) (kg)
on a 10% or 12% gradient
Unbraked trailer (kg)
750
750
750
750
Maximum authorised nose
92
100
92
100
weight (kg)
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Technical data
Engines and towed loads - Diesel EURO 6.3
Engines
BlueHDi 100 S&S BVM6
BlueHDi 120 S&S BVM6
BlueHDi 140 S&S BVM6
Gearboxes
Manual 6-speed
Manual 6-speed
Manual 6-speed
Code
DV5RUCd - ML6 - STT
DV5RUC - ML6 - STT
DW10FDDU - ML6 - STT
Cubic capacity (cc)
1,499
1,499
1,997
Max. power: EC standard (kW)
75
88
103
Fuel
Diesel
Diesel
Diesel
Length
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
Braked trailer (within the
6-7-8-9 seats
1,400
1,400
1,900
1,900
GTW limit) (kg)
on a 10% or 12% gradient
Unbraked trailer (kg)
750
750
750
750
Maximum authorised nose
84
84
84
84
weight (kg)
* Increased payload.
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Technical data
Engines
BlueHDi 140 S&S EAT8
BlueHDi 180 S&S EAT8
9
Gearboxes
Automatic 8-speed
Automatic 8-speed
Code
DW10FDDU - AMN8 - STT
DW10FDCU - AMN8 - STT
Cubic capacity (cc)
1,997
1,997
Max. power: EC standard (kW)
103
130
Fuel
Diesel
Diesel
Length
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
XS/M/XL
M*/XL*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
(L1/L2/L3)
(L2/L3)*
Braked trailer (within the
6-7-8-9 seats
1,900
1,900
1,900
1,900
GTW limit) (kg)
on a 10% or 12% gradient
Unbraked trailer (kg)
750
750
750
750
Maximum authorised nose
84
84
84
84
weight (kg)
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Technical data
Motor and towed loads - Electric
Electric motor
Electric motor
Technology
Synchronous with permanent magnets
Max. power : EC standard (kW)/(hp)
100/136
Traction battery
Technology
Lithium-Ion
Battery pack
S: 18 modules (L1/L2/L3)
XL: 27 modules (L2/L3)*
Installed capacity (kWh)
50 or 75
Domestic charging
Mode 2
Alternating current (AC) voltage
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Rating (A)
8 or 16
Accelerated charging
Mode 3
Alternating current (AC) voltage
230 (single-phase or three-phase)
Rating (A)
16 or 32
Superfast charging
Mode 4
Direct current (DC) voltage
400
* Battery pack not available for right-hand drive Combi, Business, Feel, Shine, Business Lounge vehicles.
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