CITROEN BX 1983-1994 with a gasoline engine – workshop repair and maintenance manual, wiring diagrams, operating instructions free download
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Manual for repair, maintenance and operation of cars Citroen BX, 1983-1994 years of release, with gasoline engines with a working volume of 1.4, 1.6, 1.9 litres, with hatchback and station wagon bodies (including GTi, 16-valve modifications, as well as those produced in special limited editions).
The Citroen BX repair manual contains the following information: routine maintenance simple weekly checks, maintenance full step-by-step maintenance, troubleshooting simple solutions to specific problems, traffic faults what to do in such cases, step-by-step check of vehicle systems, a glossary of technical terms, brake system monitoring and repair, power supply and ignition systems, electrical equipment troubleshooting, engine adjustment, small and large repairs, electrical circuits, which in turn simplify the search for elements.
The repair manual is intended for owners of Citroen BX cars, service station workers and garages.
Citroen BX background information
Citroen BX is a middle-class car produced in France from 1982 to 1994.
In 1982, the five-door hatchback debuted, designed by Marcelo Gandini of the Bertone atelier. A year later, the lineup was replenished with a station wagon – this version was produced by Heuliez at its factory.
Some components and assemblies of the car were later used to create the Peugeot 405. Among the design features of Citroen are proprietary hydropneumatic suspension, plastic body panels (hood, trunk lid), disc brakes on all wheels.
The Citroen BX was equipped with gasoline engines with a volume of 1.1, 1.4, 1.6 and 1.9 litres (55-160 hp): first, carburettor, after 1986 – with fuel injection. The car was also offered with 1.7 and 1.9 atmospheric types of diesel, and since 1988 – with 1.7-litre turbo diesel.
A unique version was the Citroen BX 4TC hatchback, released in 1985 for the homologation of the Group B rally car. The power unit was not installed transversely, as in a conventional car, but longitudinally. It was a 2.1-litre gasoline turbo engine with a capacity of 203 litres. with. A total of 62 Citroen BX 4TCs were made.
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