Citroën C4 Picasso I Fuse box

Years of production: 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013

If you are looking for a family-centric car that provides 7 SEATER ARRANGEMENT THEN THE first-generation, Grand C4 Picasso is an apt option. It was launched in November 2006, and the production lasted till 2013. This vehicle comes with a different engine choice that provides an upper hand to the customers.

Citroën C4 Picasso: First Generation

 The class apart features of this vehicle make it a part of all kinds of usage. It comes with, to enhance the driver's field of vision, a large panoramic windscreen; thin door pillars prevent the possibility of blind spots and increases the amount of light inside the front cabin. These features make it quite adaptable for extensive usage and provide an interior that is quite attractive. In addition to these, the availability of sun visors in the front keeps the glare at bay and provides the driver with ample light. 

This Grand C4 Picasso is comparatively larger than its peers and is an excellent MPV. The optimal boot space of 1951 litres with all the seats folded makes it quite spacious. Those who emphasize space a lot can get apt attributes. Apart from this, the availability of Rear parking sensors is a class apart safety feature that makes it quite useful. On the safety test front, Picasso has gained maximum ratings. The European New Car Assessment Programmed tested this first-generation Picasso, and it has gained an overall five-star rating with the help of safety features and other design attributes.

It contains some of the safety attributes such as a driver's knee airbag, side head airbags, side body airbags, and front airbags for the driver and passenger explicitly. These features are the crux of Picasso and provide a stress-free approach to the buyer. Those who give their first preference to safety in any vehicle opt for this without any worries.

Fuses under the dashboard 1

Citroën C4 Picasso I Fuse box fuses under the dashboard 1

Before replacing a fuse:
- the cause of the failure must be identifi ed and corrected,
- all electrical consumers must be switched off,
- your vehicle must be stationary, ignition off.
Identify the failed fuse by reference to the tables and diagrams below.

Access to the fuses: undo the screw by a quarter turn and pivot the housing.

FuseRating (A)Functions
F115 ARear screen wipe
F230 ALocking and unlocking earth
F35 AAirbags and pretensioners
F410 AMultimedia, photochromatic rear view mirror, particle fi lter, diagnostic socket, air conditioning, manual headlamp height adjustment
F530 AFront windows, front door electronic control panel, panoramic sunroof
F630 ARear windows
F75 AInterior lamps, cooled glovebox, radio
F820 AMultifunction screen, radio, steering mounted controls, multimedia, under infl ation detection, alarm, trailer
F930 AMultimedia, front 12 V sockets, torch, radio
F1015 AHeight corrector (suspension)
F1115 ABrake switch, ignition switch
F1215 AParking sensors, automatic wipers and lighting, passenger’s electric seat, lane departure warning system, Hi-Fi amplifi er, trailer
F135 AEngine relay unit (BSM), driver’s electric seat
F1415 AAir conditioning, Bluetooth ® hands-free system, automatic gearbox selector lever, airbags, instrument panel
F1530 ALocking and unlocking
F16-SHUNT
F1740 AHeated rear screen

Fuses under the dashboard 2

Citroën C4 Picasso I Fuse box fuses under the dashboard 2
FuseRating (A)Functions
F2920 AHeated seats
F30-Not used
F3140 ATrailer relay unit
F3215 ARear 12 V socket
F335 AParking sensors, automatic wipers and lighting, passenger’s electric seat, lane departure warning system, Hi-Fi amplifi er
F345 ATrailer
F35-Not used
F3620 AHi-Fi amplifi er
F3710 AAir conditioning, lighting pack
F3830 ADriver’s electric seat
F395 AFuel fi ller fl ap
F4030 APassenger’s electric seat, panoramic sunroof

Fuses in the engine compartment

Citroën C4 Picasso I Fuse box fuses in the engine compartment

Access to the fuses: detach and remove the cover.

After any operation, carefully refi t the cover. If the cover is not correctly positioned or not properly closed, this could cause serious problems on your vehicle. For the same reason, take care not to spill any liquid in the fusebox.

FuseRating (A)Functions
F120 AEngine management
F215 AHorn
F310 AScreenwash pump
F420 AHeadlamp wash pump
F515 AEngine components
F610 AXenon dual-function directional headlamps, automatic headlamp height adjustment, clutch switch, protection switch box (BCP)
F710 AAutomatic gearbox, engine coolant level switch, power steering
F825 AStarter motor
F910 AStop lamp switch
F1030 AEngine components
F1140 ARear blower
F1230 AScreen wipe
F1340 ABuilt-in Systems Interface (BSI)
F1430 AAir pump, heat exchange saver
F1510 ARight-hand main beam
F1610 ALeft-hand main beam
F1715 ALeft-hand dipped beam
F1815 ARight-hand dipped beam
F1915 AEngine components
F2010 AEngine components
F215 ACooling fan relay

Fuses on the battery

Citroën C4 Picasso I Fuse box fuses on the battery

Access to the fuses: detach and remove the cover. Fuses F1 to F6 are located on the small board, clipped vertically on the battery fusebox.

After any operation, carefully refi t the cover. If the cover is not correctly positioned or not properly closed, this could cause serious problems on your vehicle. For the same reason, take care not to spill any liquid in the fusebox.

Fuses F7 to F12 are midifuses. All work on these fuses must be carried out by a CITROËN dealer or a qualified workshop.

FuseRating (A)Functions
F15 AAutomatic gearbox actuator
F25 AStop switch
F35 ABattery charge estimation ECU
F420 AESP supply
F55 AESP supply
F620 AECU for 6-speed electronic gearbox/automatic gearbox
All Citroën C4 Picasso I info & diagrams provided on this site are provided for general information purpose only. Actual Citroën C4 Picasso I (2006-2013) diagrams & schemes (fuse box diagrams & layouts, location diagrams, wiring diagrams etc.) may vary depend on the model version.
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