Citroen Nemo Concetto illustrates the astonishing closeness between the Citroen Nemo and its clown fish homonym. Like the fish, Citroen Nemo Concetto can be considered as “small” among its peers. However, its size is an asset, since it is able to nip in and out of traffic easily.
In a world where it would be tempting to think that bigger is better, Citroen Nemo Concetto combines intelligent design with compact exterior dimensions and interior space. It shows that intelligence is the most important asset, whatever the environment.
Citroen is broadening its product line-up in China and presenting two new cars at the Shanghai International Motor Show: the three-volume C-Quatre, making its world debut, and the new C5, to be manufactured at Wuhan. This product dynamic is backed by a powerful brand dynamic.
Developed and produced in China, the three-volume C-Quatre will be launched in June. With two C-quatre body styles, Citroen now brings Chinese customers a complete offering in the core M1segment, the largest in China.
This Service Light & Airbag Reset Tool is an essential tool for resetting of oil service light, service warning light, service mileage, service intervals and airbag on European made vehicles like AUDI, BMW, CITROEN, M. BENZ,MINI, SAAB, SEAT, SKODA,VOLKSWAGEN, VOLVO, etc. It is light, compact and very convenient without using the OEM Scanner to do the job. Once hooked up to the vehicle Data Link Connector (DLC), it can perform the following functions:
Service Reminder Indicator (SRI), resetting
The Service Reminder Indicator (SRI) must be reset during the pre-delivery inspection and after each oil change service or inspection service.
The Service Reminder Indicator (SRI) can be reset in two different ways.
Using the VAG 1551 or VAG 1552 scan tool:
- Select adaptation channel 2 and input adaptation value “00000″ or Using buttons on the instrument cluster:
- Reset “Service OIL” and “Service INSP”
The VS/OS Application Card together with the hand-held controller allows the resetting of the oil change/service due warning lights in a range of vehicles. The following optional leads are available from your Sealey dealer (see Section 3 for applications): Audi Lead VS333/13, BMW Lead VS333/11, Mercedes Lead VS333/12, Mercedes Sprinter Lead VS333/14.
Mercedes vehicles generally use three exclusive types of diagnostic connector socket (see below), 8 pin (A), 16 pin (B) (use pin 6) and 32 pin (C). These connectors can be located in the engine bay, normally along the bulkhead. The A-class uses the standard J1962/OBDII connector (D), located under the steering column.
Reach behind the instrument panel and push the lever located between the tachometer and the speedometer. Volvo 240 (1990 – 1993) 1. Remove the plug from the face of the instrument panel between the clock and the speedometer. 2. Insert a thin-bladed tool into the cavity and press the reset button.
Volvo 850 (1993 – 1995) fitted with the Yazaki instrument panel
NOTE: This instrument panel has the odometer located above the speedometer needle. OM1033 1. Remove the plug from the face of the instrument panel between the clock and the speedometer. 2. Insert a thin-bladed tool into the cavity and press the reset button.
Volvo 850 (1993 – 1995) fitted with the VDO instrument panel
NOTE: This instrument panel has the odometer located below the speedometer needle. 1. With the ignition switch in the ON position and the engine not running. Diagnostic module located in engine compartment adjacent to LH suspension mount 2. Connect the diagnostic module test lead to terminal 7. 3. Press the reset button on the diagnostic module 4 times in quick succession. 4. When the LED on the diagnostic unit illuminates and stays illuminated, press the reset button once and release it. 5. When the LED illuminates and stays illuminated, press the button 5 times in quick succession. 6. When the LED illuminates again, press the button once. 7. The LED will flash several times to indicate that the sequence has been correctly entered and the SRI has been reset. 8. Unplug the test lead from terminal 7 and turn the ignition switch to the ‘OFF’ position.
The Service Reminder Indicator (SRI) is triggered at the appropriate interval since last service. Depending on model, this is based on accumulated mileage, calendar time, or hours of engine operation. Once triggered, the SRI comes on each time the engine is started. The light goes out after approximately two minutes except on 850 Base variant (without trip computer). After service is performed and the SRI counter reset, the SRI will not light again until shortly before next service is due.
Citroën has supplied a fleet of C1 superminis to the airline handling arm of multi-modal transport operator, Go-Ahead Group. A total of 17 C1 Rhythm 1.4HDi models have been acquired by Go-Ahead, to be used as airside vehicles at airports throughout the country. All the vehicles will be branded aviance, the international service network of which Go-Ahead is the UK member.
Citroën is making business and family motoring even more alluring as it lifts the wraps off the brand new Citroën C5 in Paris. Unveiled to the world in both saloon and estate versions, the new Citroën C5 benefits from a completely new approach by Citroën’s designers who have combined Teutonic-like levels of quality, styling and handling with the highest standards of comfort, safety and in-car technology for which the Company is already renowned.
The Citroen C4 WRC — Citroen Sport’s new weapon — will be premiered on 5 September. Before making its debut in the World Rally Championship (WRC) from 2007, it is set to be one of the main attractions at the 2006 Paris Motor Show (28 September – 15 October).
The C4 Citroën Sport concept car was a vehicle symbolising the renewal of the Marque. It was the result of cooperation between engineers from the styling and sports departments. In the first instance, the project completely disregarded regulatory requirements. A true exercise in style, it met the challenge of developing a futuristic vision of a new car. A car to replace the Xsara WRC, winner of three world “manufacturers” crowns between 2003 and 2005. In the expert hands of Citroën Sport’s engineers at Versailles Satory, the C4 Citroën Sport concept car became the C4 WRC.