Skoda Citigo (2019 year). Instruction - part 9

 

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Skoda Citigo (2019 year). Instruction - part 9

 

 

Replacing the bulb for daytime running lights and parking lights-

Variant 1

Fig. 173 

Replacing the bulb for daytime

running lights and parking lights

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Turn the housing containing the bulb 

C

 

» Fig. 171

 on page 137 as far as the

stop in the direction of the arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 173

 .

Remove the housing containing the bulb in the direction of arrow 

2

 .

Change the bulb.

Insert the housing containing the light bulb in the lamp housing in the oppo-

site direction to arrow 

2

 .

Screw the housing in the opposite direction to arrow 

1

 until it clicks into

place.

Change bulb for low beam and high beam - Variant 2

Fig. 174 

Removing bulbs for high and

main beam

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Remove the protective caps 

D

 and 

E

 

» Fig. 171

 on page 137.

Turn the holder with the bulb in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 174

.

Remove the holder with the bulb in the direction of arrow 

2

.

Change the bulb and insert the connector with the new bulb into the head-

light in the opposite direction to the arrow 

2

.

Turn the connector with the new bulb in the opposite direction to the arrow

1

 until it stops.

Use the protective caps 

D

 and 

E

» Fig. 171

 on page 137.

Changing the bulb for the front turn signal light

Fig. 175  Changing the bulb for the front turn signal light. Version 1/ver-

sion 2

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Turn the socket with the bulb to the stop in the direction of the arrow 

1

» Fig. 175

.

Remove the housing containing the bulb in the direction of arrow 

2

 .

Unscrew the defective bulb in its housing in an anti-clockwise direction and

remove it.

Place a new bulb in the housing and turn it in a clockwise direction as far as it

will go.

Insert the housing containing the light bulb in the lamp housing in the oppo-

site direction to arrow 

2

 .

Screw the housing in the opposite direction to arrow 

1

 until it clicks into

place.

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Changing light bulbs for fog lights

Fig. 176  Remove wheel arch trim

Fig. 177  Changing a bulb

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Remove wheel arch trim

Use the on board tool to remove screws 

A

 

» Fig. 176

 from the wheel well.

Using a flat, blunt object (e.g. a coin) turn the part of the expansion rivet with

a slit a quarter of a turn in the direction of arrow 

1

 .

Pull out the part of the expansion rivet with a slit in the direction of arrow

2

 .

Take out the expansion rivet in the direction of the arrow 

3

 .

Changing a bulb

Open out the wheel house trim in the direction of arrow 

4

 

» Fig. 177

 .

Press the latch on the connector in the direction of arrow 

5

.

Remove the connector in the direction of the arrow 

6

 .

Turn the socket with the bulb to the stop in the direction of the arrow 

7

.

Remove the socket with the bulb in the direction of arrow 

8

.

Place a new connector with the bulb in the headlamp and turn it in the direc-

tion of arrow 

7

 as far as the stop.

Attach the connector until it clicks firmly into place.

Insert wheel arch cover

Fold the wheel house trim back.

Push in the part of the expansion rivet with a slit 

2

 and turn it a quarter of

one turn in the opposite direction to arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 176

.

Firmly tighten the two attachment bolts 

A

 with the screwdriver.

Changing the bulb for the licence plate light

Fig. 178  Remove licence plate light

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Insert a slotted screwdriver into the slot in area 

A

 

» Fig. 178

 and free up the

lamp in the direction of arrow 

1

 .

Remove the lamp from the bumper.

Unscrew the lamp in the direction of arrow 

2

 and remove it in the direction

of arrow 

3

 .

Change the bulb.

Insert the housing with the bulb in the lamp and turn it in the opposite direc-

tion to arrow 

2

 as far as the stop.

Insert the lamp in the left side of the hole and press gently until the spring

snaps into place.

CAUTION

Ensure that the vehicle paintwork and the tail lamp are not damaged when re-

moving and installing the licence plate lamp.

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Removing/installing taillights

Fig. 179  Remove light / pull out connector

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Removing

Open up the flap in area 

A

 in the direction of arrow 

1

 

» Fig. 179

 .

Insert the screwdriver under the bottom edge of the locking mechanism 

B

and pull out the locking mechanism on the connector in the direction of ar-

row 

2

 .

Press the catch 

C

 in the direction of arrow 

3

 .

Pull out the connector in the direction of the arrow 

4

 .

Hold the lamp firmly and unscrew the plastic nut 

D

 .

Remove the lamp carefully from the body.

Fitting

Insert the bulb holder in the light.

Carefully place the tail light assembly in the opening in the body and hold

firmly.

Screw in and tighten the plastic nut 

D

 

» Fig. 179

 .

Push the connector into the bulb holder and press down on the catch 

B

 in

the opposite direction to arrow 

2

 .

Fold back the cover in the opposite direction to arrow 

1

 .

CAUTION

Ensure that the vehicle paintwork and the tail lamp are not damaged when re-

moving and installing the taillight.

Replacing the bulbs in the tail lamp assembly

Fig. 180  Inner part of the lamp

Read and observe   and   on page 137 first.

Changing a bulb

Press down on the lamp holder 

» Fig. 180

 -  and remove the holder from

the lamp.

Turn the light bulb counter-clockwise to the stop and remove it from the

bulb holder

» Fig. 180

 - .

Insert a new bulb into the holder and turn in a clockwise direction to the

stop.

Insert the bulb holder in the light.

The lamp holder must engage firmly.

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Technical data

Technical data

Basic vehicle data

Introduction

The details given in the vehicle's technical documentation always take prece-

dence over the details in the Owner's Instruction.
The performance values listed were determined without performance-reduc-

ing equipment, e.g. air conditioning system.
The values given have been determined in accordance with regulations and in

conditions prescribed by legal or technical provisions for determining the op-

erating and technical data of vehicles.
The listed values are for the basic model without optional equipment.

Abbreviations used

Abbreviation

Meaning

ASG

Automatic gearbox

G-TEC

Labelling for natural gas vehicles

MG

Instruction gearbox

MPI

Gasoline engine with a multi-point fuel injection

Vehicle data

Fig. 181 

Type plate

Type plate

The type plate 

» Fig. 181

 is located at the bottom of the B-pillar on the left

driver's side.
The type plate contains the following data.

Vehicle manufacturers
Vehicle identification number (VIN)
Maximum permissible gross weight
Maximum permissible front axle load
Maximum permissible rear axle load

Vehicle identification number (VIN)

The vehicle identification number - VIN (vehicle body number) is stamped into

the engine compartment on the right hand suspension strut dome. This num-

ber is also located on a sign on the lower left hand edge below the windscreen

(together with a VIN bar code), and on the type plate.

Engine number

The engine number is embossed in the engine block.

WARNING

Do not exceed the specified maximum permissible weights – risk of acci-

dent and damage!

Operating weight

This value is only a guide value and corresponds to the lowest possible operat-

ing weight without further weight-reducing equipment (e.g. spare wheel etc.).

This includes 75 kg driver's weight, the weight of the operating fluids and the

on-board tool kit and a fuel tank filled to min. 90%.

Operating weight

Engine

Transmission

Operating weight (kg)

1.0 l/44 kW MPI

MT

934

1.0 l/55 kW MPI

MG

936

ASG

940

1.0 l/50 kW MPI G-TEC

MG

1033

1

2
3
4
5

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Note

If required, you can find out the precise weight of your vehicle at a specialist

garage.

Payload

It is possible to calculate the approximate maximum payload from the differ-

ence between the permissible total weight and the operating weight.
The payload consists of the following weights.

The weight of the passengers.

The weight of all items of luggage and other loads.

The weight of the roof, including the roof rack system.

The weight of the equipment that is excluded from the operating weight.

Measurement of fuel consumption and CO

2

 emissions according to

ECE Regulations and EU Directives

The data on fuel consumption and CO

2

 emissions were not available at the

time of going to press.
The valid specifications for your vehicle can be found in the technical vehicle

documentation (e.g. vehicle approval documentation, the COC document) or

at a ŠKODA partner.

Note

The emission and fuel consumption values have been determined in accord-

ance with rules and under conditions set out by legal or technical requirements

for determining operational and technical data for motor vehicles.

Depending on the range of equipment, style of driving, traffic situation,

weather influences and vehicle condition, consumption values may deviate

from the indicated values.

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Dimensions

Fig. 182  Vehicle dimensions

The vehicle dimensions given in the vehicle's technical documentation always take precedence over the details in the Owner's Instruction.
The dimensions listed below are for the basic model without any optional equipment.

Vehicle dimensions for operating weight without driver (in mm)

» Fig. 182

Specification

Value

A

Height

Basic dimension

1478

G-TEC vehicles

1480

B

Front track

1428

C

Width

1641- 1645

a)

D

Rear track

1424

E

Width including exterior mirror

1910

F

Clearance

Basic dimension

136

G-TEC vehicles

134

G

Wheel base

Basic dimension

2420

G-TEC vehicles

2421

H

Length

3597

a)

Applies to 5-door models.

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Departure angle

Fig. 183 

Overhang angle

Angle 

» Fig. 183

Overhang angle, front
Overhang angle, rear

The overhang angle values indicate the maximum incline of a slope, up which

the vehicle can drive at a slow speed without the bumper or underbody mak-

ing contact with the slope. The values listed correspond to the maximum axle

load, front or back.

Departure angle (°)

Engine

Overhang angle,

front

Overhang angle,

rear

1.0 ltr./44 kW MPI

14.3

22.3

1.0 l/55 kW MPI

14.3

22.3

1.0 l/50 kW MPI G-TEC

13.5

28.0

A
B

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Vehicle-specific data depending on the engine

Introduction

The values given have been determined in accordance with regulations and in conditions prescribed by legal or technical provisions for determining the operat-

ing and technical data of vehicles.
The exhaust gas standard is specified in the vehicle's technical documentation, as well as in the declaration of conformity (in the so-called COC document). The

declaration of conformity (the so-called COC document) can be obtained from a ŠKODA Partner (only valid for some countries and some models).

1.0 ltr./44 kW MPI engine

Output (kW at 1/min)

44/5000 - 6000

Maximum torque (Nm at rpm)

95/3000 - 4300

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

3- 999

Transmission

MG

Top speed (km/h)

with the mentioned gear engaged

162

(4)

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

14.4

1.0 l/55 kW MPI engine

Output (kW at 1/min)

55- 6200

Maximum torque (Nm at rpm)

95/3000 - 4300

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

3- 999

Transmission

MG

ASG

Top speed (km/h)

with the mentioned gear engaged

173

(4)

173

(4)

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

13.5

14.9

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1.0 l/50 kW MPI G-TEC engine

Output (kW at 1/min)

50- 6200

Maximum torque (Nm at rpm)

90- 3000

Number of cylinders/displacement (cm

3

)

3- 999

Transmission

MG

Top speed (km/h)

with the mentioned gear engaged

165

(4)

Acceleration 0-100 km/h (s)

16.3

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