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5 Turbo 2 manual translation

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Driving Ignition switch
1. Position <STOP & lock> St. To lock: remove the key and turn the steering wheel until it locks the steering lock. To unlock: maneuver key and steering wheel slightly.
2. Position <Accessories> A. Ignition cutting, any accessories (radio) continue to operate.
3. Position <Garage> G *. Engine off and key removed, the direction remains free.
4. Position <Start> M. The ignition is on: you are ready to start.
5. Position <Start> D. If the engine does not start, you must bring the key back before operating the starter again. Release the key as soon as the engine starts.

Important The supercharged engines require certain precautions to ensure good lubrication of the turbo. - At the start of the engine, hold the idle a few seconds before revving. - To stop the engine, wait until it stabilizes at idle before switching off the ignition.

Hot or cold engine:
• Operate the starter while accelerating slightly.
• Release the key as soon as the engine starts.
• Release the accelerator. Held: Always wait for the engine to idle before stopping. Hand brake To brake: pull up. To release the brake; pull slightly upwards, press the push button on the end of the lever and lower the lever to the floor. When the handbrake is on, ignition on, a light comes on the dashboard.

Gear shift R = reverse.
The reversing lights come on with the engagement of reverse (ignition on).

* For some countries.



Press the end of the handle (1) towards the steering unit (A).

Flash high beams
To flash high beams, even if the lighting is not used, apply pressure to the handle (1), towards you, perpendicular to the steering wheel plane (B ). You get a beam call.

Direction indicators Operate the lever (1) in the plane of the steering wheel and in the sense that you turn the steering wheel. The indicator lights on the dashboard.
Note: In highway driving, the steering wheel is generally insufficient to automatically return the knob to 0.There is an intermediate position in which you must hold the joystick during the manoeuvre. By releasing the lever, it automatically returns to 0.
Hazard signal This device, also called distress signal is to be used if you are forced to stop in an unusual or prohibited area for a case of force majeure (breakdown, accident ...), the command is located in (2). The indicator lights on the dashboard.



To turn on these lights, turn the knob (1) until the symbol shows. The dashboard lights and the heating controls will illuminate. Adjusting the light intensity is obtained by rotating the knob (2) located on the dashboard.

Low beam. Rotate the handle (1) until the symbol shows. The indicator will light on the dashboard.

High Beam. The handle (1) being low beam position, move the lever towards you (C). The indicator will light on the dashboard. To return to the low beam position, move the stalk towards you (C) and so on.

Long-range lights. Stalk (1) being in position for low or high beam, press switch (3), the corresponding indicator lights up on the dashboard.

Rear fog light*. The handle (1) being low beam position, you can use the rear fog light, pressing the switch (4), the corresponding indicator lights up on the dashboard.

Extinction. To extinguish lights return stalk (1) to its original position.

*Depending on country
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Wiper / washer window

Windscreen wiper
Operate the lever (1) on the steering wheel as per the plan: (A) Momentary sweep, the sweep is interrupted as soon as you stop pressing the joystick. (O) Stop. (B ) Slow Sweep. (C) Quick Sweep.

Windshield washer windshield
Operate the lever (1) towards you (E) to operate the windscreen washer.

Wiper / washer glass * rear screen
For the implementation press switch (2). The operation of the windscreen wiper / washer glass is interrupted as soon as you stop pressing the switch.

In freezing weather, make sure the windscreen wiper blades and rear screen wiper blades* are not immobilized by ice (risk of motor overheating). Check the condition of wiper blades. They are to be changed as soon as their effectiveness decreases.

Digital clock
The figures appear only ignition on and intensity is reduced when the lights are on. To reset the time switch button (3) left the pace of the time display is rapid; then press the right side of the button until the desired time.

*Depending on version or country


How to change a tyre

The spare wheel (1), the jack (2) and the crank (3) are located in the front box. Remove the spare wheel to access the jack. The jack is embedded in one of the points (A) provided at the lower part of the body, near the rear part door.

The jack is designed for wheel change. In no cases it should be used to perform a repair under the vehicle.


How to change a wheel (continued)

To change a wheel.
• Tighten the handbrake to immobilize the rear wheels.
• Slightly unlock the wheel nuts by placing the press it to crank, not pull up.
• To lift the car: it is necessary to present the jack horizontally, the hook of the jack head should be turned to you (rotate if necessary), the jack head being under car, the hook should be flush with the housing of the support provided at the lower part of the body (1).
• Start the jack screw by hand to properly place his platform (slightly tucked under the car).
• On soft ground, always place a board under the platform.
• Insert the crank in the yoke by engaging one of the pins in the pinhole, and give a few turns to take off the wheel off the ground:
• Remove the nuts;
• Remove the wheel;
• Put the spare wheel in place on the upper mounting rod, and centre it on other fasteners;
• Tighten the bolts and lower the jack;
• Wheels on the ground, tighten the nuts.

Spare wheel

The use of the spare wheel must always be short and be only in case of incident requiring wheel change: you have to change and repair the wheel normally fitted to the vehicle and go back on this one within the as soon as possible because the spare tyre is only a temporary repair means. Indeed:
• This wheel and tire were sized to have longevity only for temporary use (2000 km) under mild conditions: speed limit was 130 km / h, leisurely driving avoiding heavy braking loads, acceleration and cornering.
• Also, due to the different dimensions of the spare wheel, drivability of the vehicle may be slightly affected by the mounts of this wheel.

When you change a wheel:
• After a few kilometres, check the tightness of nuts;
• Monitor the pressure, and repair as quickly as possible flat tyre. As soon as it is repaired, refit it to where it was. Bring the spare tyre to the pressure of 3 bar before replacing it.
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Before departure

Pneumatic safety - wheels

You must comply with the rules of the Highway Code. In addition, for good handling, it is recommended that you do mount on your car tyres of the same brand, same type and the same profile.
The tyres must be in good condition and the tread must have a relief enough; tyres by our technical department have tread wear indicators (1) are constituted by projections incorporated in the thickness of the tread.
When the tyre tread has been eroded to the level of the projections-control, they become visible (2), it is then necessary to replace your tyres because the tread is, at most, 1.6 mm and this leads to poor adhesion on wet roads.
It is important to respect INDICATED inflation pressures in the table 'tyre inflation pressure' they should be checked at least once a month and more before each journey. Also check the pressure of the spare wheel.
Insufficient pressure causes excessive wear and abnormal heating of tyres with all the attendant consequences on the safety plan:
-poor handling
-risk of bursting or de-treading.
Pressures should be checked cold: ignore higher pressures which may be reached in hot weather or after a high speed journey. If checking the pressure cannot be performed on cold tyres, the pressures indicated must be increased from 0.2 to 0.3 bar.
It is imperative never to deflate a hot tyre.
Driving incidents such as 'striking the curb', may damage the tyres and also lead to maladjustment of the front axle.
Whenever a shock occurs or that one cannot stop quickly as a result of a puncture, it is essential to promptly check the tyre by a specialist.
An overloaded vehicle, long journeys by motorway, particularly in hot weather, or continual driving on bad roads competitor has more rapid tyre wear and affect safety.

Spare wheel: Chapter: 'how to change a wheel"

Swapping wheels
This practice is not recommended.



Use only the towing points (1) provided in the front (and never driveshafts). These tie-down points may be used in tension: they should never be used for lifting the vehicle directly or indirectly.

The steering wheel should not be locked; the ignition key to position (M) (ignition) for signaling (lights 'STOP', direction indicators). At night the vehicle must be illuminated.

In addition, it is imperative to respect the towing conditions defined by the legislation in force in each country.

Brake servo. If this equipment is fitted, note that braking operation is no longer assisted when the engine is not running; if you have to brake, so you have to press harder on the pedal.

Driving on mountain roads, steep gradients, etc.
On vehicles equipped with an electric fan motor, there is no need to spend time unnecessarily in a lower gear in order to promote cooling by faster rotation of the motor; the fan being controlled electrically, it rotates so that it is necessary to stabilize the temperature of the water.

Using a workshop hoist:
Use the locations provided for our vehicles by our technical services.


Minor works
Lamp replacement

Removing headlight units
Lift the bonnet
Remove the spring (1) from the slot, rotate the light unit around the joint (5-6). To extract the light unit, point it toward the centre of the vehicle.

Engage the pin (6) in the support hole (5), rotate the light unit to bring the pin (4) into the notch of the support (3) (motor side). Keep the hooking spring (1) in the recess (2). Replace the new lamp, thoroughly clean; it carries a stud which prohibits any orientation error.
Disconnecting the connector (7).

After replacing a headlight bulb, have the headlight adjustment checked.
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Headlamp bulb change and adjustments

Headlamp Iodine (halogen) bulb: 55 / 60W H4 type. Iodine headlights on, the lamp is fixed by a spring (9) held in two slots. The shapes of the lamp and socket prohibit orientation error during installation.

If you want to equip your car additional headlights, consult a Renault agent, as incorrect connection could lead to the deterioration of the electrical installation (wiring, electrical components, in particular the alternator).

Headlight adjustment

It is important that your headlights are properly adjusted.
Entrust your setting to a Renault Agent.

It has equipment allowing precise focusing and code compliant to road.
(10) Adjusting screw height
(11) Towards adjusting screw. Adjustment for unloaded car (see next).

Do not touch the glass of an iodine bulb. Hold it by its base.

In function of the load setting

The initial setting is correct, set your projectors according to the load of your car by acting on the small levers (12) situated on each headlight (cover open).

Car loaded: lower the levers (12) (lowers lights).
Car not loaded: lift the levers (12) (raises lights).

Lamp replacement
- the headlight long range;
- from before the traffic light;
- the rear signal light;
- the number plate lights;
- the side light
(special to some countries).
To access lamp, remove the plastic covers fixed by two or three screws: use a Phillips screwdriver;
- interior lighting:
Scout above the door, pull the transparent casing in the axis of pivot to access the lamp.

Lamps fitted to your car:
Front long-range lights:
iodine lamp H3.
Position lamp: lamp 5 watts.
Position lamp and stop: 21/5 watt lamp.
Number Plate Light: Lamp 5 watts.
Reversing lamp *: lamp 21 watts.
Rear fog light *: lamp 21 watts.

* For some countries

Radio installation
The power and ground wire are located behind the lower part of the dashboard.
Loosen the screws (A) of the dashboard (behind the ashtray) to release the wires and drag them down.
1 Power wire and ground wire together in a black connector.
2 Radio location.
3 Speaker location.
You can see your Renault agent for providing a signal to connect the connector to your radio receiver.
- a support for two speakers has been specially designed to be fixed to the centre console. Talk to your agent for Renault obtain it or to obtain useful advice at this facility.

Broken windshield
In case of shock on the windshield causing its deterioration, we suggest the impact of closing the demisting vents with rags to prevent debris from introducing it at the time of removal or accidental fall of the windscreen.

The fuse box
is protected by a cover located under the dashboard (1).

Pull the cover to access the fuses. If an appliance is not working, first check the fuses and the correct connection of the connecting plugs the device in question.

To work on the electrical system, it is prudent to unscrew the nut cap one of the terminals of the battery to isolate it.



* Depending on version.

  1. 16 amp: reversing light switch, rear window switch, wiper motor rear window.
  2. 5 amp: Additional combines wiper delay relay.
  3. 8 amp: mirror-outdoor switch combines wiper.
  4. 8 amp: digital clock, radio.
  5. 8 amp: fan motor assembly, cigarette lighter, ceiling lights.
  6. 5 amp: fixed stop wiper.
  7. 5 amp: front position lamps and rear LED lighting cigarette lighter.
  8. 5 amp: position lights front and rear left panel lights.
  9. 5 amp: flasher.
  10. 5 amp: Rear fog lamp switch.
  11. 16 amp: window regulator left *.
  12. 16 amp: electric window right *.
() Spare fuses (8 and 16 amp).

Proper care:
Pick up at your Renault Agent an emergency box with a set of lamps and fuses.
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Maintenance and Adjustment
Engine oil

Plug 1.
The first oil change should be made between 1000 and 3000 km. The second is 7500 km. Then every 7500 km.
Dispose of oil in correct drains.
Under no circumstances should you do engine flush.
Capacity: 3.5 liters.
Oil Filter
Replacement is planned in the Diagnostic Maintenance.
Provide an additional 0.25 liter each change of the oil filter.
Engine oil quality
In normal use: 15 W 40 multigrade oil.

Gearbox drain
First change between 1000 and 3000 km. Then every 15,000 km.
Drain plug 2. Filling in by the stopper 3.
Oil Quality
Use oil SAE 80 W (or SAE 75 W for very cold countries) corresponding to API GL 5 or MIL L 2105C.
Capacity: 2.8 lites.


Maintenance and Adjustment
Connection of spark plugs

Firing order 1-3-4-2.
Timing of ignition
The ignition settings require special equipment.
The timing is determined by the severe curve number on the distributor (1).
Vacuum unit disconnected:
10 Degrees (0 / -1), engine running less than 1100 rev / min.
30 Degrees (0 / -4), turn engine over 5000 r / min.
For curve R 309 / D 59.
  1. idle adjustment screw
Idle speed: See page 29.
The settings should be performed by a Renault agent.


Do not wash your car in the sun. For easy washing the windshield, switch forwards the wiper blades. If you add to your wash water cleaning agent (use the products selected by our services), put in very little and then make its removal by rinsing with abundant clean water.
After washing the vehicle, check the effectiveness of your brakes.
Never put petrol, trichloroethylene, oil, benzene, or alcohol in contact with paint or plastic accessories (lights cover, accessories wheel covers, etc.)
Tips on preventing corrosion
several times during the winter and at the end of each winter, wash the vehicle under pressure below the wing, to eliminate the different products (salt, sand, etc.) spread on roads during each winter and that have accumulated under the vehicle. Their removal will allow you to get a better conservation of your vehicle by preventing corrosion.
* Make sure the drain holes in the bottom of the doors, rear spoiler, tailgate, sills and chassis are not blocked.
* Repair the places where protection sealant is peeling.
* As soon as possible repair the chipped paint, scratches and cracks in the base layer caused by stones or gravel.
Seating and Trim:
we have selected special products for maintenance of upholstery cloth or imitation [leather] you find in our Renault shop.
Seat belts: they must be kept clean. Detergents or dyes are to be avoided (risk of damage). Use products selected by our Technical Department (Renault shop) or default, use warm soapy water with sponge and dry with a dry cloth.

Before passing under brush gantry washing , be sure to secure with tape , the wiper blades projectors , as well as the radio antenna. After washing, it is advisable to lubricate the locks. We have approved a product to be sprayed.
Just ask your Renault Agent.

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Mechanical characteristics: Engine - Clutch - Transmission
Symbol vehicle 822000
Engine Type 840-30
Displacement 1397 cm3
Bore 76 mm
Stroke 77 mm
Compression ratio 7:1
Maximum power 160 hp DIN at 6000 rev / min
Maximum torque 22.1 kgm or 22.5 daN.m DIN at 3250 rev / min

Rocker bolt torque 7 mkg
Clearance of hot and cold rocker
* Intake 0.30 mm
* Exhaust 0.40 mm

Valve gear:
* intake opening 28 deg BTDC
* intake closing 52 deg ABDC
* exhaust opening 66 deg BBDC
* exhaust opening 14 deg ATDC
Firing order 1-3-4-2

Ignition: electronic
* transistorized ignition without points
* Spark plugs: CHAMPION BN 2
* ignition point: 10 deg to less than 1000 rev / min.
* spark plug electrode spacing of 0.65 mm to 0.55

Power: mechanical injection and turbo-compressor
* idle speed: 1050 +/- 50 r / min
* Co 1 to 1.5%
Compressed air cooled heat exchanger.

Engine coolant:
Frost protection -23 deg C

Oil Cooler

Clutch: bi-disc hydraulically actuated, powered by the brake fluid reservoir.
Thrust ball bearing.

369 Type: 5-speed + reverse
Gear ratio
1st 3363:1
2nd 2.058:1
3rd 1.38:1
4th 1.057:1
5th 0.886:1
Reverse 3.189:1
Final drive 3.888:1


Chassis Features
Empty (kerb weight):
* Front 360 kg
* Rear 540 kg
* Total 900 kg
Maximum permitted axle weight
* Front 550 kg
* Rear 690 kg
Maximum loaded weight allowed 1240 kg

Steering rack gearing: 17/1
Turning radius:
* 10.4 m between curbs
* walls between 10.9 m

* Front: width 135 / 340 mm diameter
* Rear: width 195 / 365 mm diameter
Front 190/55 VR 340
Rear 220/55 VR 365

Axles and suspension
Front axle:
* camber angle of 0 to 30 deg
* castor angle 13 deg
* KPI/steering axis inclination (equal 2 sides) Max difference 1 deg
* toe-in: 1.5 to 2.5 mm
(height of the lower spar below 120 mm to that of the axis of the wheels).
Rear axle
* camber angle: -2 deg 25 mins +/- 15 mins
* Toe-in: 2 to 3 mm
Front suspension:
* Independent wheels.
* Longitudinal torsion bars.
* Anti-roll bar.
* Telescopic hydraulic dampers on the lower arms.
Rear Suspension:
* Independent wheels.
* Coil springs.
* Telescopic hydraulic dampers on the upper arm.
* Anti-roll bar.

* front and rear disc brakes
Minimum lining thickness
* Front: 7 mm
* rear: 7mm
Foot Brake:
Hydraulic four-wheel, dual circuit brake distribution and brake servo-assisted vacuum.
Handbrake: mechanical control acting on a bracket on each rear wheel.

The identification plates are in the engine compartment.
A - Oval plate
1 Symbol of vehicle
2 Vehicle Features
3 Equipment number
4 Options
5 Serial number
6 Vintage model year (for some countries)
B - Nameplate
7 Type of vehicle
8 Number in the type series
9 Maxium loaded weight
10 Gross Rolling Weight - vehicle laden with trailer
11 Max loaded weight front axle
12 Max loaded weight rear axle
13 Year of the current model (for some countries)
C - Engine plate
14 Engine model
15 engine Index
16 Engine number

Spare parts
This vehicle is confirmed by all the regulations in force in the country where it is sold. Any modification, addition or replacement of original parts or Reanult Alpine Renault, by parts of another origin, carries the risk that the vehicle will not comply with safety regulations/anti-pollution/noise/Highway Code, and exposes the owner of this vehicle as amended, for the eventual criminal proceedings.
Furthermore the manufacturer's warranty is refused when parts were incorporated or changes to the vehicle, as they are not authorized or provided by the manufacturer.
All parts of your car have been studied and designed with same quality, to ensure your safety and give you any satisfaction.
Whether all the parts constituting:
-the braking system
-exhaust system
-steering control
-engine equipment
-body, mechanisms, wheels and tyres,
-or all exterior and interior fixtures.
The mention of 'genuine parts' on any repair bill is a compliance assurance.
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Exhaust system and turbocharger intake diagram

Air with atmospheric pressure
Compressed air intake
Intake compressed air (cooled)
Exhaust gas

1 - Air filter
2 - Air flow sensor
3 - Fuel metering/distributor
4 - Inlet air supply valve
5 - Intake air compression turbine
6 - Turbine driven by exhaust gases
7- Inlet compressed air cooler
8 - Fuel injector
9 - Inlet valve
10 - Exhaust Valve
11 - Exhaust manifold
12 - Dual-function boost pressure regulation valve
13 - Control of exhaust gas bypass valve
14 - Exhaust system


Implementation of the turbo compressor on the engine

Air with atmospheric pressure
Compressed air intake
Intake compressed air (cooled)
Exhaust gas

1 - Air filter
2 - Air flow sensor
3 - Fuel metering/distributor
4 - Inlet air supply valve
5 - Intake air compression turbine
6 - Turbine driven by exhaust gases
7- Inlet compressed air cooler
8 - Fuel injector
9 - Inlet valve
10 - Exhaust Valve
11 - Exhaust manifold
12 - Dual-function boost pressure regulation valve
13 - Control of exhaust gas bypass valve
14 - Exhaust system


Connection of pipes
In case of intervention it is imperative to respect the order of connection of the various pipes following the drawing below:

  1. Throttle body
  2. Metering/distributor - air filter
  3. Air control by-pass
  4. Auxiliary air valve
  5. Intake manifold
  6. Control Pressure Regulator
  7. Air-to-air heat exchanger
  8. Distributor
  9. Turbocharger
  10. Brake servo
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Renault Maintenance Program
1000 km (1,000 to 3,000 km)

Replace oil filter.
Drain and refill (without rinsing)...15W/40 or 20W/50, 3.5 litres
Check tightness.
Drain and refill...SAE 80W GL 5, 2.8 litres
Check tightness.
Circuits and tanks:
Check tightness, and control brake and clutch levels.
Washing windows front and rear.
Headlamp Washers.
Charging circuit:
Making level of the batteries.
Check all connections of the charging circuit.
Check pressure.


Tighten all fasteners of the intake and exhaust systems.
Cylinder head:
Tighten screws and adjust rocker arms clearance. These operations can performed after 2 hours of stopping the engine (cold engine)...0.3 mm inlet & 0.4 mm exhaust
Check and adjust tension.
Adjust ignition point.
Replace fuel filter.
To comply pollution control or adjust engine idle (volume screw and screw mixture)...useful for the MOT!
Check full opening butterfly.
Ensure tightening.
Check wear indicators pads.
Set parking brake.
Control during handling operations and efficiency.
Check operation and bleed if necessary.


Check and adjust high beam, low beam and light intensity.
Signal lamps:
Check operation.
Control lamps:
Check operation.
Washing windows:
Check operation and orientation of the jets.
Cleaning the driving position.

Every 7500 km

Drain (without rinsing)


Every 15,000 km
But at least annually
(Including engine oil change)
Gas station

-Replace oil filter.
-Drain and refill (no rinsing).
-Check for tightness.
Every 30,000 km: Replace air filter.
Gearbox :
Check tightness *.
- Drain and fill.
Circuits and reservoirs:
-Check tightness and perfect level d:
-Front and rear window washers *.
- Braking and clutch.
Charging circuit:
-Fill the batteries.
-Control all connections of the charging circuit.
Cover doors:
-Lubricate door joints and lock barrels.
-Check condition or wear defects and apply pressure *.
-Tighten all intake and exhaust line fasteners.
Trains front and rear:
-Check condition and play trains, steering, transmissions, shock absorbers *.
- flexible condition and orientation *.
-In wear indicators.
- wear condition platelets *.
- Set the hand brake.
-Control during operation handling and efficiency *.
-Check status *.
Clutch :
-Check voltage and adjust.
Engine ignition circuit:
-Spark plugs.
- Distributor curves *.
-Equality of power of the cylinders *.
Adjust or replace if necessary:
-Spark plugs
Adjust :
-Ignition point.
-State of gas pipelines *.
-Filter condition on oil vapor return circuit *.
-Every 30,000 km replace the fuel filter.
-Operating throttle control and full throttle opening.
-Anti-pollution compliance
-Set engine idle (volume screw and richness screw).

- Check and adjust high beams, dipped beams.
Windshield wiper blades, headlight wiper:
- Check operation *.
Control indicators:
- Check operation *.
Window Washer:
- Check operation and orientation of jets *.
Seat belts:
- Check fixings and condition.
Special operations not included in the package
- Every 45,000 km, or every 3 years, drain the cooling circuit.
-All 30000 km, clean or change the brake booster air filter.

Control operations followed by a * are included in maintenance-development, but may result in refurbishment.

Alphabetical index
Accessories (position on ignition switch) - page 14
Additional headlights - p24
After sales - page 31
Air conditioning - p12-13
Air conditioning fan - p12-13
Air Conditioning Fan - p12-13
Air Conditioning Levers - p12-13
Anti-theft - page 14
Anti-theft switch - p14
Armchairs - p10
Ashtray - p6-7
Batteries - page 5
Battery - p5
Battery level - p5
Brake (brake fluid reservoir) - p5
Brake fluid - p5
Brake fluid reservoir - p5
Brake System Level - p5
Car body cleaning and upholstery - p28
Car body maintenance - p28
Changing gears - p14
Changing the wheel - p18-19
Characteristics of the lamps - p24
Cigarette lighter - pages 6-7
Condemnation of doors - p11
Control devices - pages 8-9
Control Indicators - p8-9
Coolant - p5
Coolant Level - p5
Cooling (Incident) - p5
Cooling (maintenance) - p5
Cooling fans - p21
Cooling System Capacity - p5
Counters - p8-9
Crank handle - p18-19
Dimensions - p35
Direction indicators - p15
Door locks - p11
Doors - p11
Edge board - p6-7-8-9
Engine (features) - p29
Engine compartment - p4
Engine Cooling Fan - p21
Engine oil change - p26
Engine oil gauge - p3-4
Engine Specifications - p29
Engine start - p14
Expansion tank - p5
Flashing lights - p15
Flat tyre - p18-19
Fog light - p16
Fuel (tank capacity) - p2
Fuel cap - p3
Fuel gauge - p8-9
Fuel level - p8-9
Fuel tank (capacity) - p2
Fuel tank capacity - p2
Fuel to use - p2
Fuel to use - p2
Fuse replacement - p25
Fuses - p23
Gear lever - p14
Gearbox (oil) change - p26
General characteristics - p29 to 35
Getting Started - p14
Glass - p11
Hand brake - p14
Hazard signal (distress) - p15
Headlight flashing/other indicators - pages 8-9
Headlights (setting) - p22-23
Heating - p12-13
High beams - p16
Horn - page 15
Identification - p31
Ignition (setting) - page 27
Ignition distributor (see igniter) - p27
Indicators - p15
Indicators (controls) - p8-9
Injection - p27-29
Instrument Panel - p8-9
Jack - p18-19
Keys - p2
Lamp change - p22 to 24
Lamps (features) - p23-24
Lamps (replacement) - p22 to 24
Lifting the vehicle - p18-19
Light controller - p16
Low beam - p16
Mechanical maintenance - p26-27
Mirrors - p11
Oil - p4-26
Oil capacity of crankcase, gearbox housing - p26
Oil filter - p26-36-37
Oil level - p4
Oil pressure - p8-9
Operating drawings - p32 to 34
Operator Station - p6-7
Outdoor lighting -p15-16
Periodic Maintenance - p36-37
Pneumatic inflation - p2-18 to 20
Position lights - p16
Radiator (capacity) - p5
Rear Window Defogger - p12
Replacement lamps - p 22 to 24
Seat belts - p10
Seating - p10
Signaling - p15
Slowdown - p29
Spare parts - p31
Spare wheel - p18-19
Spark plugs - p27-29
Steering lights - p15
Storage compartment - p6-7
Timing - p2
Tires - p2-18 to 20
Towing (troubleshooting) - p8-9
Tyre inflation pressure - p2-18 to 20
Valve clearances - p29
Ventilation - pages 12-13
Washing - p28
Watch - p11
Water (water temperature) - p8-9
Weight - p30
Window cleaner tank - p5
Window regulators - p11
Window washer - p17
Window washer level - p5
Windshield Defogger - p12-13
Windshield wiper - p17


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