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Old 06-05-2016, 09:30 AM   #231
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hi stanry,
these features are for C4CP my C4P not have these....
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Old 06-05-2016, 10:15 AM   #232
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hi stanry,
these features are for C4CP my C4P not have these....
New version of C4P don't have? my 2014 C4P comes with this options
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Old 06-05-2016, 03:33 PM   #233
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Ng Kwee Gek,

should have :-)

if you are not clear, ask and we can describe more clearly :-)
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Old 06-05-2016, 03:51 PM   #234
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New version of C4P don't have? my 2014 C4P comes with this options
Mine is BlueHDI CGC4P. This feature can be disabled in the HUD car settings.
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Old 06-05-2016, 06:08 PM   #235
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Ng Kwee Gek,

should have :-)

if you are not clear, ask and we can describe more clearly :-)
If in front of your car, there are 2 round lights at the bottom (left and right side) that should be the light giving that function.
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Old 06-05-2016, 09:07 PM   #236
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Pinocchio is right. The round fog light.
I realised the fog light didn't move. It just turn on, on the fog light of left or right.

When you turn left, the fog light on the left side turn on, if you turn right, right side fog light turn on.
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Old 15-05-2016, 09:41 PM   #237
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Realized that the bluetooth is still working even when you off the engine provided that you are on the call prior to that.

Not sure how long will the connection last, but I managed to talk to my friend for another 5min+ before I end the conversation.
Yes. Electrical stuffs most will still work even u turn off the engine. At least I can say for Peugeot/Citroen. You can even close or open the windows, moon roof rail, cabin lights and move memory seat if your car equip with it.

There is a cut of point like 5mins or so (I didn't really time it). I personally find it useful, many case my windows is still open but my engine was shutdown earlier or forgotten to close the moon roof shade. I still be able to do so without need to start the engine again.
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Old 15-05-2016, 10:17 PM   #238
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I would like to share Citroen Accelerator pedal tricks. You will love your French car much more. I have not tested on older C4GP 1.6 THP. (So far it works on Peugeot 407 and the BlueHDI) Probably it is the DNA of Peugeot/Citroen. Pls do not do it when your car is close proximity of the car in front. It is meant to be Speed up when necessary, and Over taking when needed.

I think it is not which gearbox you are having. It is the programming of the ECU to know what you need. Just like you floor the BRAKE, it knows your car is in emergency, automatically Hazzard light TURN ON. The trick I am about to teach you do not required you to use paddler shift, everything can be done on Accelerator pedal.

Accelerator Pedal:- (Have 3 or 4 settings)
1. Slowly pressing the pedal between 0 to half press = you are gaining speed smoothly from Gear 1 to Gear 6.
2. From half press to 3/4 press always = you want to move from cruising to slightly picking up speed momentum. (The Gear will move 1 Gear down which ever gear you are on)
3. From 3/4 to almost floo =, you are instructing the car to lower 2 Gear down. This purpose is for immediate over taking.
*4. Continuos holding the pedal at floor and slightly release the pressure, you are instructing the car to hold on to lower gear extended period of time. (To discontinue the drag, override with the peddler shift manually by increase higher gear) this functions I have not tested on C4GP yet. Need clear highway, but it works on my 10yr old Pug 407.

Note: This is just a guideline. It has much more stepping variation incl stepping speed. Happy testing.
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Old 23-01-2017, 12:35 AM   #239
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Default What is the difference between C4 SMT and THP?

I am looking buying used GP C4 (2009/2010 model) and noticed that some models are listed as Grand C4 Picasso 1.6 SMT TC EGS PSR instead of THP.

Anyone knows the difference?

Thanks!
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Old 11-04-2017, 02:18 PM   #240
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I would like to share Citroen Accelerator pedal tricks. You will love your French car much more. I have not tested on older C4GP 1.6 THP. (So far it works on Peugeot 407 and the BlueHDI) Probably it is the DNA of Peugeot/Citroen. Pls do not do it when your car is close proximity of the car in front. It is meant to be Speed up when necessary, and Over taking when needed.

I think it is not which gearbox you are having. It is the programming of the ECU to know what you need. Just like you floor the BRAKE, it knows your car is in emergency, automatically Hazzard light TURN ON. The trick I am about to teach you do not required you to use paddler shift, everything can be done on Accelerator pedal.

Accelerator Pedal:- (Have 3 or 4 settings)
1. Slowly pressing the pedal between 0 to half press = you are gaining speed smoothly from Gear 1 to Gear 6.
2. From half press to 3/4 press always = you want to move from cruising to slightly picking up speed momentum. (The Gear will move 1 Gear down which ever gear you are on)
3. From 3/4 to almost floo =, you are instructing the car to lower 2 Gear down. This purpose is for immediate over taking.
*4. Continuos holding the pedal at floor and slightly release the pressure, you are instructing the car to hold on to lower gear extended period of time. (To discontinue the drag, override with the peddler shift manually by increase higher gear) this functions I have not tested on C4GP yet. Need clear highway, but it works on my 10yr old Pug 407.

Note: This is just a guideline. It has much more stepping variation incl stepping speed. Happy testing.
Confirmed your accelerator tricks work on my EGS auto mode (C4GP_UA). But since it's EGS / Selespeed, manual mode eliminates the 'hesitation' from ECU sometimes.
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