Alarm

System which protects and provides a deterrent against the theft of your vehicle.

It provides two types of protection, exterior and interior, as well as an antitamper function.

Exterior perimiter protection

The system detects opening of the vehicle.

The alarm is triggered if anyone tries to enter the vehicle by forcing a door, the boot or the bonnet.

Interior volumetric protection

The system detects any variation in the volume in the passenger compartment.

The alarm is triggered if anyone breaks a window or moves inside the vehicle.

If you wish to leave a pet in the vehicle or a window partially open, deactivate the interior volumetric protection.

Anti-tamper function

The system detects the putting out of service of its components.

The alarm is triggered if anyone tries to put the wires of the siren, the central control or the battery out of service.

Locking the vehicle with full alarm Do not make any modifications to the alarm system, this could cause malfunctions.

Locking the vehicle with full alarm

Activation

Activation

Switch off the ignition and get out of the vehicle.

Lock or deadlock the vehicle using the locking button on the remote control.

The alarm is activated; the indicator lamp in button A fl ashes once per second.

Deactivation

Unlock the vehicle using the unlocking button on the remote control.

The alarm is deactivated; the indicator lamp in button A switches off.

Locking the vehicle with exterior protection alarm only

Deactivation of the interior volumetric protect

Switch off the ignition.

Within ten seconds, press button A until the indicator lamp is on continuously.

Get out of the vehicle.

Lock or deadlock the vehicle using the locking button on the remote control.

The exterior protection alarm alone remains activated; the indicator lamp in button A fl ashes once per second.

is switched off. To be effective, this deactivation must be carried out each time the ignition is switched off.

Reactivation of the interior volumetric protection

Unlock the vehicle using the unlocking button on the remote control.

Relock the vehicle using the remote control.

The alarm is activated again with both types of protection; the indicator lamp in button A switches off.

Triggering

This is indicated by sounding of the siren and flashing of the direction indicators for approximately thirty seconds.

After it has been triggered, the alarm is again operational.

result in it becoming inactive. If the alarm is triggered ten times in succession, the eleventh time will result in it becoming inactive.
If the indicator lamp in button A fl ashes rapidly, this indicates that the alarm was triggered during your absence.
When the ignition is switched on, this flashing stops immediately.
To avoid triggering the alarm when washing your vehicle, lock it using the key in the driver's door lock.
Do not activate the alarm before disconnecting the battery, otherwise the siren will sound.

Failure of the remote control

Unlock the vehicle using the key in the driver's door lock.

Open the door; the alarm is triggered.

Switch on the ignition; the alarm stops.

Locking the vehicle without activating the alarm

Lock or deadlock the vehicle using the key in the driver's door lock.

Malfunction

When the ignition is switched on, illumination the indicator lamp in button A for ten seconds indicates a siren fault.

Have it checked by a PEUGEOT dealer or a qualified workshop.

Automatic operation

Depending on the legislation in force in your country, one of these cases may occur: - 45 seconds after the vehicle is locked using the remote control, the alarm is activated, regardless of the status of the doors and boot.

- 2 minutes after the last door or the boot is closed, the alarm is activated.

To avoid triggering the alarm on entering the vehicle, first press the unlocking button on the remote control.

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