We all have concerns with our vehicle at some point, regardless whether it’s because you run out of gas, have a fuse issue, or your car won’t start, all these breakdowns commonly embarrass us and we are generally powerless to correct them. That’s why all of us tries its best to accompany you in front of these complications, and today we will try to show you how to manually close your Peugeot Partner? Indeed, if you have no more power, you will not have the ability to use the central locking of your car any longer. We will first teach you how to manually close the sunroof of your Peugeot Partner, and secondly, how to manually close the doors of your Peugeot Partner.


How to manually close the sunroof of a Peugeot Partner ?

So we will start our content page with the solution to enable you to close manually your Peugeot Partner and more specifically the sunroof or the panoramic roof of this one. It doesn’t matter if your battery is empty, or you have removed the battery, you will not have access to the power controls of the sunroof of your Peugeot Partner, and therefore no longer have the possibility to close it. Unfortunately, you don’t have many possibilities to allow you to close them. Indeed, to manually close the sunroof of a Peugeot Partner , there is only one method which consists in using the manual command to close it. It is not apparent without removing a plastic cover which is located in front of the sunroof. To discover the exact location of this screw refer to your car’s manual. It will then be sufficient to screw it on until the roof is entirely closed.

How to manually close the doors of a Peugeot Partner ?

And to conclude, we will surely move on to the section that brings you on this page, how to manually close a Peugeot Partner , but this time we will give attention to the doors of this one. Indeed, your car may have run out of battery in front of your house, you managed to open the doors and try to turn it on, but while waiting to find a resolution you want to be sure that nobody else will be able to get into it. Unfortunately, it’s pretty much the same issue as the sunroof on your Peugeot Partner. Indeed, with no power, it will be undoable to activate the door central lock. On some versions, you will have a push switch on the window frame that you can press manually to close your Peugeot Partner manually, but this is becoming less and less common. So we will give you as before the only two possibilities to enable you to close your car without energy:

  • Get a new battery and install it to close the doors of your Peugeot Partner, or find one in good condition. But, you will need access to the bonnet to achieve this
  • Connect your Peugeot Partner to a running car to transfer energy and recharge your vehicle’s battery. This will at least give you enough power to close the doors of your car. If it turns out you have any doubts about your battery’s ability to keep the charge. Make sure to close the doors of your car while it is still connected to the other automobile. Once you have carried out this, you can disconnect your battery and close the bonnet


To find more tips on the Peugeot Partner, take a look at the Peugeot Partner category.