Manuals for the repair, maintenance and operation of Fiat Ulysse cars, 1994-2001, with gasoline engines XU7JP – 1.8 liters. / 72.5 kW (100 HP); XU10J2C – 2.0 HP / 89 kW (121 hp); XU10J2CTE – 2.0 L / 108 kW (147 hp) turbo; XU10J4R – 2.0 L / 97 kW (132 HP) and diesel engines XUD9TF – 1.9 HP / 67.7 kW (92 hp) turbo; XUD9BTF – 1.9 L / 66 kW (90 hp) turbo; XUD11BTE – 2.1 L / 80 kW (110 hp).
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Service manuals for the repair, device and maintenance of Fiat Ulysse cars from 2002, with gasoline 2.0 liters (EW10J4), 2.2 liters (EW12J4), 3.0 liters V6 (ES9J4S), as well as diesel engines 2, 0L (DW10ATED4), 2.2L (DW12TED4).
These manuals will always help you in difficult times, when you are half way from your home. With the help of this manual, you can always repair all units of your Fiat Ulysse yourself. Also, these service manuals will help you undergo maintenance, now no service manager can fool you, because you will always find instructions for performing any repair operation in this manual.
Quick and easy troubleshooting sections help you troubleshoot.
Fiat Ulysse wiring diagrams help you quickly find electrical faults and facilitate the installation of additional equipment.
Here you will find data on the repair of Fiat Ulysse: engine, power supply system, control systems, exhaust system, clutch, gearbox, suspension, steering, brakes, wheels and tires, body, electrical equipment, as well as recommendations for maintenance and diagnostics electronic control systems.
Service manuals are intended for Fiat Ulysse car owners, workshop technicians and garages.
Fiat Ulysse background information
Fiat Ulysse is a minivan of the Italian brand Fiat, manufactured in France at the Sevel plant in cooperation with PSA. In addition to Ulysse, similar models are produced, such as Peugeot 806, Citroën Evasion and Lancia Zeta. From June 1994 to July 2011, two generations of the Ulysse were produced before being replaced by the Fiat Freemont. From 2022, the production of the third generation will begin. The commercial version of the car is called Fiat Scudo.
The first generation (1994-2002)
The first generation Fiat Ulysse was introduced in 1994. They are smaller than American vans such as the Chrysler Voyager, which is also available in Europe. Unlike the Toyota Previa and since American minivans are equipped with sliding rear side doors, this feature they share with their commercial brethren. Despite the fact that Voyager also came in a “Grand” version with an elongated body and wheelbase, the Fiat Ulysse came in only one size.
In October 1998, the Fiat Ulysse minivans were slightly upgraded.
Second generation (2002-2011)
In February 2002, the second generation Fiat Ulysse minivans were launched. The bottom, wheelbase and suspension have not been changed, but all external dimensions, including the front and rear track, have been increased. Increasing the length by almost 30 mm significantly increased the internal volume. The new Fiat Ulysse has a more modern look, as well as a modern dashboard with centrally installed sensors.
In 2008, Fiat Ulysse minivans received a slight facelift.
In July 2011, the Fiat Freemont crossover replaced the Fiat Ulysse.
Third generation (2022-)
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