Download Free Citroën BX Service and Repair Manual.pdf The Citroën BX was introduced in France in October of 1982 and became available in the UK in September 1983. The original models available in the range were the BX, BX 14 E, BX 14 RE, BX 16 RS and BX 16 TRS. The types of engine, transmission and equipment fitted being dependent on the model and the body design being that of a Hatchback. For the 1985 model year, the BX 19 GT was made available for the driver requiring a higher performance model. Also in 1985, the BX Leader replaced the BX and BX 14 models, the Leader being fitted with the same engine and transmission as the BX 14. In the second half of 1985 the Estate was introduced, two versions being available, the BX 16 RS Estate and the BX 16 TRS Estate.

Table contents of Citroën BX Service and Repair Manual
  • Roadside Repairs
    If your car won’t start ~ Jump starting ~ Wheel changing ~ Identifying leaks ~ Towing
  • Weekly Checks
    Underbonnet check points ~ Engine oil level ~ Coolant level ~ Hydraulic fluid level ~ Screen washer fluid level ~ Tyre condition and pressure ~ Electrical systems ~ Battery ~ Wiper blades
  • Tyre pressures
  • Lubricants, fluids and capacities
  • Routine Maintenance and Servicing
    Servicing Specifications ~ Maintenance schedule ~ Maintenance procedures
  • Engine and Associated Systems
    150 engine repair procedures ~ 171 and 159 engine repair procedures ~ K1G engine repair procedures ~ D6C engine repair procedures ~ Cooling, heating and air conditioning systems ~ Fuel and exhaust systems - carburettor models ~ Fuel and exhaust systems - Bosch LE3 Jetronic injection ~ Fuel and exhaust systems - Motronic injection ~ Fuel and exhaust systems - Magneti Marelli injection ~ Ignition system - carburettor models ~ Ignition system - fuel injection models ~ Starting and charging systems
  • Transmission
    Clutch ~ Manual gearbox ~ Automatic transmission ~ Driveshafts
  • Brakes and Suspension
    Hydraulic system ~ Braking system ~ Suspension and steering
  • Body Equipment
    Bodywork and fittings ~ Body electrical systems
  • Wiring Diagrams
  • Reference
    Dimensions and weights ~ Conversion factors ~ Buying spare parts ~ Vehicle Identification ~ General repair procedures ~ Jacking and vehicle support ~ Tools and working facilities ~ MOT test checks ~ Fault finding ~ Glossary of technical terms