Door mirrors

Citroen C4 / Citroen C4 Owner's Manual / Comfort / Door mirrors

Adjustment of rear view mirrors

Adjustment of rear view mirrors

Functions with ignition switched on.

From the driver’s position, select the rear view mirror via the control 1, then adjust in the four directions by moving the control 2.

Deicing of rear view mirrors is coupled with electric demisting of the rear screen.

Fold-back of door mirrors

When the vehicle is parked, the door mirrors can be folded back either manually or electrically.

Electric fold-back

From the central position, one press towards the rear on control 1 folds the rear view mirrors back. To return them to the initial position, press again on the control towards the rear.

Automatic electric fold back

Automatic fold-back operates when you lock the doors with the remote control.

The opposite movement applies when you unlock the doors, except if you operated fold-back before switching off the ignition.

Note: Automatic fold-back of the rear view mirrors can be deactivated. Consult your CITROËN dealer.

Automatic tilting of mirrors when reversing

Ths function automatically gives you a view of the ground while reversing the vehicle.

Activation

With the engine running:

- Select the rear view mirror using control 1.
- Engage reverse gear, the mirror glass automatically positions itself to improve your vision of the pavement.
- If necessary, adjust the mirror to your preference using the electric control 2.

Deactivation

To deactivate the function, move control 1 to the central position.

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