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Citroen C3: Automatic gearbox / Manual operation

Citroen C3. Manual operation To limit fuel consumption during an extended standstill with the engine running (for example, in a traffic jam), set the gear selector to N and apply the parking brake.

  • Selecting position M enables sequential shifting between the six gears.
  • Push backwards to shift up a gear.
  • Push forwards to shift down a gear.

The gearbox only changes gear if the road speed and engine speed permit; apart from this condition, the rules for automatic operation temporarily apply.

D disappears, and the gears engaged appear in succession on the instrument panel.

If the engine speed is too low or too high, the selected gear flashes for a few seconds, then the gearactually activated is displayed.

It is possible to change from position D to position M at any time.

When the vehicle is stationary or moving very slowly, the gearbox selects gear M1 automatically.

The Sport programme is inactive in manual operation.

Citroen C3. Manual operation This symbol is displayed if a gear is not engaged correctly (gear selector between two positions).

    Automatic operation

    Select position D for automatic changing of the six gears. The gearbox then operates in auto-adaptive mode, without any intervention on the part of the driver...

    Switching the vehicle off

    Before switching off the engine, it is possible to engage position P or N to place the gearbox in neutral. In both cases, apply the parking brake to immobilise the vehicle, unless it is programmed to automatic mode...

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