Workshop, repair and service manuals for operation and repair of the Mitsubishi Colt cars. The manuals describes the repair of cars with gasoline and diesel engines such as 134, 135, 4G1, 639 of 1.1, 1.3, 1.5, 1.5D liters., 95 & 109 hp.
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|Mitsubishi Colt 1992-1995 Lancer Service Repair Manual PDF.rar||41.3Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1992-1996 Workshop Manual.rar||41.2Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1994-2001 Electrical Wiring Diagrams.rar||33.9Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1996-2001 Lancer Workshop Service Manual PDF.rar||29.6Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1996-2001 Workshop Manuals.rar||26.5Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1996, Lancer Workshop Manual Chassis (PWME9511) PDF.rar||31.1Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1996, Lancer Electrical Wiring (PHME9511) PDF.rar||8.1Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1998, Lancer Electrical Wiring Supplement (PHME9511-A) PDF.rar||3.8Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 1998, Lancer Workshop Manual Chassis Supplement (PWME9511-A) PDF.rar||1.6Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 2000, Lancer 2000 Workshop Manual Chassis Supplement PDF.rar||1.1Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 2000, Lancer Electrical Wiring Supplement (PHME9511-B) PDF.rar||1.9Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 2001 Electrical Wiring Supplement (PHME9511-C) PDF.rar||1.8Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 2001 Workshop Manual Chassis Supplement PDF.rar||8.1Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt 2006 Wiring Circuit Diagram.pdf||14.5Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt and Colt Ralliart Technical Information Manual, MY 2006.pdf||151.8kb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt Body Repair Manual, MY 2004.zip||7.1Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt Wiring Diagram – Component Lacations.pdf||2Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt Wiring Diagram – Configuration Diagrams.pdf||936.5kb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt Workshop Manual, MY 2004.zip||10.4Mb||Download|
|Mitsubishi Colt, MY 2011 Owners Manual.pdf||19.3Mb||Download|
Contents of manuals
- Daily checks and troubleshooting
- User’s manual
- Warnings and safety regulations when working on a car
- Basic tools, instrumentation and methods of working with them
- Supply system
- Lubrication system
- Cooling system
- Intake and exhaust system
- Drive shafts
- Brake system
- Passive safety system
- Ventilation, air conditioning and heating system
- Electrical equipment
- Electrical circuits and wiring diagrams
Mitsubishi Colt – a compact city car from the Japanese concern Mitsubishi. The first generation, introduced in 1962 as a two-door Mitsubishi Colt 600 sedan, had a rear-engine layout, but with the change of generations in 1978, the drive was changed to the front, later all-wheel drive versions were added. Under the brand Colt in different years produced sedans, wagons, fastbacks, however, the main body remained hatchback.
The next generation Mitsubishi Colt was introduced in 2004. The compact city hatchback or small minivan belongs to the European class “B”. The new generation Mitsubishi Colt is not a shortened version of the Mitsubishi Lancer, but an independent segment model created on the same platform with the Mercedes Smart Forfour. The car is produced in Holland at the NadCar plant.
Three petrol engines are available to choose from: four-cylinder 1.3-liter (95 hp) and 1.5-liter engines. (109 hp) and a three-cylinder volume of 1.1 liters. It is also possible to install a 1.5 liter diesel engine. They are equipped with a proprietary innovative system for changing valve timing and valve lift height Mivec.
The car can be in different configurations: with different engines with red or gray cloth upholstery. For the version of “Invite” offers rear 8-inch drum brakes, steel rims with caps and tires dimension 195 / 50R15, front airbags, but only for the driver.
In the Instyle configuration, the car has 14-inch rear disc brakes, alloy wheels with 205 / 45R16 tires, fog lights, an audio system on the steering wheel, and front and side airbags for the driver and front passenger (SRS).
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