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    1000+ Posts Ken W's Avatar
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    Default C3 Workshop Manual at last

    I've known this was coming from the beginning of the year but it seemed to have one delay after another. But finally it is on their website.

    Haynes Workshop Manual

    Citroen C3 (2002 to 2005)

    Hatchback
    Petrol: 1.1 litre (1124cc), 1.4 litre (1360cc) & 1.6 litre (1587cc).
    Turbo-Diesel: 1.4 litre (1398cc) HDi (8- & 16-valve)

    Does NOT cover features specific to Pluriel Cabriolet, or models with SensoDrive transmission

    Book No: 4197
    ISBN: 1844251977
    List price: £17.99
    Web price: £15.99
    Availability: In Stock

    For those interested you should be able to get it soon from specialty stores in Australia.

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    Ken, How does the manual compare to the older type Haynes from days gone by? I ahve a Saab 9000 manual here as well as several older Renault and a Peugeot one, I found the newer edition Saab one very light on for technical notes, things were described in fair detail but not anywhere as well as the older manuals.
    I am tossing up getting a tech manual for the Scenic one doesn't cover the RX4 varient, but this isn't too much of a worry because the only real difference would be the center diff and rear drive mechanicals.

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    Real cars have hydraulics DoubleChevron's Avatar
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    The Xantia haynes manual is utter [email protected] It doesn't even have a hydraulic schematic. The actually of the book itself Looks like the pages are printed on cheap recycled toilet paper.

    All in all a serious dissapointment. But what else is there

    seeya,
    Shane L.
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    Citroen Workshop
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    Great to see the manual finally. Ill definatly get one when they are available.

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