Citroen Jumper (1994 – 2018) with diesel and gasoline engines: workshop repair manual, wiring diagrams, operating instructions, owner’s manuals, service manuals PDF free download.
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Citroen Jumper Repair Manuals
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|Citroen Jumper (2006 – 2014) – fuse box diagram [PDF]||336.3kb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 1982-2005 Service Repair Manual [PDF]||74.2Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 1994-2002 Workshop Manual [RAR]||21.9Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper Service Repair Manual PDF [RAR]||33.2Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper Service Repair Manual [PDF]||12.1Mb||Download|
|Citroen Relay (2014 – 2018) – fuse box diagram [PDF]||268.6kb||Download|
|Citroen Relay II – Citroen Jumper II (2006 – 2010) – fuse box diagram [PDF]||240.9kb||Download|
|Citroen Relay II (Citroen Jumper II) (2011 – 2012) – fuse box diagram [PDF]||251.7kb||Download|
|Citroen Relay II (Citroen Jumper II) (2013 – 2014) – fuse box diagram [PDF]||266.4kb||Download|
|Citroen Relay III (Citroen Jumper III) (from 2015) – fuse box diagram [PDF]||263kb||Download|
Citroen Jumper Owner’s and Maintenance Manuals
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|Citroen Jumper 2008 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||2.8Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 2011 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||5Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 2012 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||4.7Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 2013 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||4.6Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 2014 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||7.7Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 2015 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||9Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper 2016 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||8.9Mb||Download|
|Citroën Jumper 2018 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||8.3Mb||Download|
|Citroën Jumper 2019 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||8.4Mb||Download|
|Citroën Jumper 2020 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||33.7Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper Dag 2008 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||2.7Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper Owners manual [RAR]||19Mb||Download|
|Citroen Jumper Relay 2012 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||4.6Mb||Download|
Manual for the repair, operation and maintenance of cars Citroen Jumper (1994 – 2018), with diesel HDI engines: 2.2 liters. – P22DTE (Puma) (4HU) 100 HP, 2.2 HP – P22DTE + (Puma) (4HV) 120 HP, 3.0 HP – F30DT (Sofim) 145 HP
Repair manuals will help all Citroen Jumper car owners, service station and car service workers to maintain the car in proper working order, save time and money.
Citroen Jumper service manuals contain more than 1000 illustrations that show in detail the entire process of step-by-step repair of cars of this family, including engine repair, full technical characteristics of the car, lists of possible faults and recommendations for their elimination.
The technology of work is selected in relation to the conditions of the garage using a universal tool, and only in exceptional cases are recommendations for the use of a special tool available on the market given.
Repair operations of components and assemblies in each section are selected according to the principle from simple to complex: from the simplest maintenance operations, adjusting components and systems, replacing frequently failing parts, to major repairs of assemblies.
Separate sections of the manual include operating instructions for Citroen Jumper, recommendations for maintenance and car electrical circuits.
Citroen Jumper background information
Citroën Jumper 1 (1994-2006)
The Citroën Jumper has been in production since February 1994 as the successor to the Citroën C25. The car was developed and manufactured at the joint venture Sevel (jointly with the PSA Group), resulting in three almost identical commercial vehicles Citroën Jumper, Fiat Ducato and Peugeot Boxer.
The car was equipped with diesel engines with a capacity of 1.9 liters, 2.5 liters and 2.8 liters. The 2.5-liter and 2.8-liter engines of the 8140 family are taken from Iveco Daily. In addition, a 2.0-liter gasoline engine was also offered. Some engine variants were available as all-wheel drive versions.
In 2002, the Jumper was upgraded, new large headlights were introduced, the interior and equipment were revised, and new engines appeared.
Citroën Jumper 2 (2006 – present time)
The second generation of the Citroën Jumper van was introduced in 2006. Available under three brands: Citroën Jumper, Peugeot Boxer and Fiat Ducato. The factories are located in Italy in the city of Atessa and in France, in the city of Valenciennes.
Citroen Jumper has long been at the peak of popularity, but over the years it has become increasingly clear that its design requires a review as soon as possible. Therefore, the company in 2014 released an upgraded jumper that can compete with models such as Ford Transit, Mercedes Sprinter and Volkswagen Crafter.
In autumn 2016, cars began to be equipped with engines that meet the requirements of Euro-6.
The latest Citroen Jumper has undergone a rigorous pre-release testing program. To test new details in the work, Citroen has conducted more than 4 million km of test driving and 500,000 door strikes. The anti-lock braking system, anti-lock braking system, anti-lock braking system and emergency braking system are standard on the safety features available in the Citroën Jumper. Also, a driver’s airbag has become the standard.
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