Alfa Romeo AR6 owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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Alfa Romeo AR6 background information
The joint venture sevel of Fiat and PSA in the commercial vehicle sector is reflected in nearly identical vehicles of the originally five and last three brands of the two cooperation partners. So the first Ducato generation was largely identical to the Peugeot J5, Citroën C25 and the Talbot Express. In Italy, the Ducato from April 1985 to December 1989 was also offered under the name Alfa Romeo AR6.
The Ducato and his sister models had a five-speed transmission and steering wheel circuit. Therefore, the driver’s cab was thoroughly accessible without conventional shift lever. Meanwhile, the competition also took over this detail. In addition, the front-wheel drive vehicles could optionally be ordered with four-wheel drive. The Ducato I with the 2.5 td with 95 hp (70 kW) was one of the pioneers of the van with high final speed. This engine was not available for the models of Peugeot, Citroën and Talbot. The 75 hp (55 kW)-carrying 2.5-liter diesel engine without charging, on the other hand, also existed in Iveco Daily I; The top speed with this engine was 125 km / h. The 2.5-liter suction diesel engine is considered durable, mature and robust. At high speeds of diesel engines, the noise level in the driver’s cab was very high. The front wheels were deposited individually to Macpherson struts and crosslinkers, behind there was a rigid axle of leaf springs with telescopic impact dampers. The curb weight was approximately 1500 kg, depending on the model variant and equipment, so that a payload was possible for the 2.8 toners up to 1300 kg. Also offered a model with long wheelbase, as the box carriages were also available with a high roof. Disc brakes were installed on the front wheels and drum brakes on the rear wheels. A brake booster was standard, but no power steering. The spare wheel was fixed over the engine in the engine compartment via a plastic plate with a screw. The handbrake was to operate via a brake lever to the left of the driver’s seat. Under the driver’s seat was a stuck box.
The short wheelbase models were not sold as Fiat Ducato, but from March 1989 as Talento. At the same time, the Ducato type 280 was revised and the type 290 came on the market. Interior and technology have been improved and the window cut in the doors for a better all-round view changed.
In the United Kingdom – here with right-hand steering – there was the Talbot Express from January 1984 to December 1993 as the last under the brand name Talbot motor vehicle and as successor to the Dodge Spacevan.
From July 1990 only the type 290 was offered.
An electrically powered version of the DUCATO Type 290 was delivered in a small series with the up to 43 kW (58.5 hp) strong DC motor T29C CLT250 (Shipping 120/180 V voltage) of Leroy-Somer. The 28 series-connected lead-gel batteries of sunshine Dryfit Traction 6 V-160 AH each 31.5 kg were equipped with a battery management system and installed in an 868 kg of heavy battery block in the middle of the vehicle between the axes, this reduced the indoor space that uses there. The Fiat Ducato Elettra made it possible to charge up to 750 kg with a total weight of 3190 kg. The range was given at 70 km with a storage capacity of up to 130 AH, the maximum speed in the fifth gear was 80 km / h
In February 1994, the production of the first Ducato, J5 and C25 ended.
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