Citroen C25 (1982-2005) with gasoline and diesel engines – a guide to repair and maintenance, workshop manual, wiring diagrams, operating instructions
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Manual for the repair, maintenance and operation of Citroen C25 cars, 1982-2005, with gasoline engines with a working volume of 1.8, 2.0 liters and diesel engines with a working volume of 1.9, 2.5, 2.8 liters.
The Citroen C25 manual sets out the technical characteristics and design of systems and mechanisms of the car, as well as recommendations for maintenance and repair.
The Citroen C25 manual reflects the basic vehicle design. Therefore, depending on the modification and year of manufacture of the car, the design of individual components and assemblies, as well as the location of some elements of electrical equipment, may differ from those shown.
The appendix contains the tightening torques for the main screw connections.
The Citroen C25 Service Manual is intended for car owners, service stations and garages.
Citroen C25 background information
Citroën C25 – 2.5 ton van (hence the name C25) of the French company Citroën, produced from October 1981 to March 1993. The Citroën C25 replaced the Citroën H Van.
As a result of cooperation with the Italian manufacturer Fiat (which began in 1974 C35), C25 was manufactured at the Sevel plant in Italy, along with similar Fiat Ducato and Peugeot J5. In the UK, the Peugeot J5 was sold as the Talbot Express.
The French competitor to the C25 was the Renault Trafic. Citroën C25 engines are mounted transversely, three petrol and three diesel.
In 1990, an upgraded J5 was introduced with modified radiator grilles, headlights and front doors. In 1994, he was replaced by Citroën Jumper.
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