Opening

Citroën C5 / Citroen C5 Owner's Manual / In brief / Opening

Remote control key

A. Key release / storage.

A. Key release / storage.
B. Locking of the vehicle.
C. Unlocking of the vehicle.
D. Guide-me-home lighting.

Opening the boot

Press upwards on the lever E.

Press upwards on the lever E.

The boot automatically locks when the vehicle is moving at a speed of over 10 km/h (6 mph), even if automatic central locking is deactivated.

It is unlocked when a door is opened or when the central locking button is pressed (speed lower than 10 km/h (6mph)).

Fuel tank

To open the fuel flap, press on the top left part of it, then pull from the edge.

To open the fuel flap, press on the top left part of it, then pull from the edge.

Locking filler cap

Turn the key a quarter turn to lock and unlock the filler cap.

When refuelling, place the cap on hook F.

Tank capacity: approximately 71 litres

Bonnet release

This operation should only be performed while the vehicle is stationary.

This operation should only be performed while the vehicle is stationary.

Open the door.

To unlock, pull release lever A.

Lift up lever B, then raise the bonnet.

Lift up lever B, then raise the bonnet.

Spare wheel

Saloon

Saloon

Tourer

Tourer

Note: The tools are to be found in a protective holder inside the spare wheel.

Access to the spare wheel

To access the spare wheel:

1. Lift up the boot floor using the strap (saloon) or the retractable hook (Tourer).

2. Fold back the boot carpet (saloon).

3. Attach the hook to the upper section of the boot.

4. To remove the spare wheel, detach the strap then push the wheel forwards, before lifting it out.

Puncture kit

The puncture repair kit is a complete system including a compressor and a setting

The puncture repair kit is a complete system including a compressor and a setting product.

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