Download repair manual for your Citroen with step by step instructions, photos, wiring diagrams, fuse diagram, engine and transmission oil change procedure. Parts catalog with their original numbers. Error codes and engine diagnostics
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The list of abbreviations used in the notation (not all components are included in the model)
A - Earthing point
B - Component number
C - Wire number
D - Channel number of the connector
E - Connector color
F - Connector Socket Number
G - Fuse number
H - Sending to another scheme
I - Number of the corresponding component
J - If provided
K - Designation of the node / system to which the contour is involved
L - Connecting wires
M - Chain wiring nodes
1 - Resistance
2 - Rheostat
3 - Potentiometer
4 - Fuse
5 - Shunt
6 - Coil
7 - Solenoid valve
8 - Compressor
9 - Electromotor
10 - Two-speed electric motor
11 - Alternating Current Generator
12 - Piezo element
13 - Transistor NPN
14 - Transistor PNP
15 - l probe
16 - Squelch
17 - Grid
18 - Diode
19 - Siren horn / loudspeaker
20 - Indicator lamp
21 - Lamp of the lighting device
22 - Lamp with two filaments
23 - LED Light
24 - Photodiode
25 - Thermocouple
26 - The key
27 - Mass
28 - Node
29 - Battery
30 - Nest
31 - Main switch
Repair manual for BERLINGO 2 generations, 2008 - 2018
C1 3 generations, 2009 - today
C2 1st generation, 2003 - 2009
C3 4 generations, 2002 - today
C3 AIRCROSS 1st generation, 2018 - 2021
C3 PICASSO 2 generations, 2008 - today
C4 4 generations, 2004 - today
C4 AIRCROSS 1st generation, 2012 - today
C4 CACTUS 2 generations, 2014 - today
C4 GRAND PICASSO 2 generations, 2006 - today
C4 PICASSO 2 generations, 2006 - today
C4 SEDAN 1st generation, 2013 - today
C4L 1st generation, 2012 - today
C5 3 generations, 2001 - today
C5 AIRCROSS2 generations, 2018 - today
C5 CROSS TOURER 1st generation, 2014 - today
C5 X 1 generation, 2022 - today
C6 2 generations, 2005 - today
C8 1st generation, 1994 - 2010
C-CROSSER 1st generation, 2007 - today
C-ELYSEE 2 generations, 2013 - today
SPACETOURER 1st generation, 2016 - today
XSARA PICASSO 1st generation, 1999 - 2010
When, in 1919, André Citroën released his first car, could he have imagined that in 100 years, cars bearing his name would be driving around the world? So what's the secret to Citroën's longevity? To answer this question, you need to refer to the personality of the brand creator.
André Citroen, like no one else, understood the mood of the era and the needs of his contemporaries. He was one of the first to create the concept of a democratic car, accessible to everyone.
For him, communication with people was the main source of inspiration and ideas that formed the basis of technological developments. His team consisted of the best designers and engineers who brought these ideas to life.
Since its inception, Citroën's DNA has been embedded in comfort, driving pleasure and safety - all at an affordable price. These values have been relevant throughout our long and eventful history. They are relevant today and will be relevant in the future! They are loyal to every model of the brand, from the first Type A to the latest crossover Citroën C5 Aircross, every "car legend": Traction Avant, Type H, DS, 2 CV and CX. Citroën remains true to itself and, in order to boldly go into the future, draws inspiration from its customers - draws inspiration from you!
In January 1919, advertisements appeared in all French newspapers that a completely new car would be on the market at a price of only 7,250 francs. No other manufacturer could offer such a low price then.
The Citroën Type A-10 HP was born on June 4, 1919. The car repeated the success of Henry Ford's products in the United States and became the most mass-produced car in Europe. The assembly line allowed the Type A-10 HP to be sold at a lower price than the competition.
A car with a 1,327 cc four-cylinder engine. developed a maximum speed of 65 km / h.
Citroën presents the 2nd car in the model range: B2. Compared to Type A, this is a more powerful and technologically advanced car.
Paris Motor Show: World presentation of the Citroën 5HP. A new compact car based on the Type A.
Citroën unveils the B10, the first all-metal vehicle to replace metal and wood models.
In 1924 the production of Citroën cars reaches 50,000 units per year.