owners manual

Our most popular forum is for Citroën problems, discussions and chat.
Specialising in AX, BX, ZX, Xantia,C5, Xsara, Saxo and XM. CX, 2cv & Berlingo, all are welcome.NOT for selling cars/parts!

Moderator: RichardW

davidm2
Posts: 13
Joined: 03 Aug 2002, 02:40
Location: United Kingdom
My Cars:

owners manual

Post by davidm2 » 03 Aug 2002, 02:57

hi guys very new to this forum but what a wealth of good information, I wondered if anybody had a owners manual from a 1993 xantia vsx turbo diesel that I can purchase, or know where I might get hold of one
cheers
dave
0x

JohnD
Donor 2016
Posts: 2384
Joined: 15 Mar 2001, 00:41
Location: Epsom, Surrey
My Cars: 2010 Citroen C5-X7 tourer
1998 Citroen Saxo 1.5D
2014 Citroen C4-B7
1998 Peugeot 306
x 3

Post by JohnD » 03 Aug 2002, 16:24

Get a Haynes manual from Halfords. Maybe, better still get the Peter Russek Pocket Mechanic manual. They have a website but their phone number is 01494 440829.
0x

Sean G.
Posts: 2
Joined: 28 Jun 2002, 23:26
Location: United Kingdom
My Cars:

Post by Sean G. » 09 Aug 2002, 14:01

I bought Haynes Manual for £12 from German Swedish & French Car Parts and it seems to be excellent so far..
0x

davidm2
Posts: 13
Joined: 03 Aug 2002, 02:40
Location: United Kingdom
My Cars:

Post by davidm2 » 09 Aug 2002, 18:33

thanks for info chaps, have got haynes very good it is too, the main reason for asking was my xantia came with no books history etc and was trying to at least get a hand book for it
cheers
dave
0x

avatar
Posts: 17
Joined: 06 Mar 2001, 01:37
Location:
My Cars:

Post by avatar » 09 Aug 2002, 21:12

You may care to try contacting Citroen HQ on 0870 606 9099 they might be able to source one for you
0x

douglas_xantia
Posts: 7
Joined: 17 Aug 2002, 04:16
Location: United Kingdom
My Cars:

Post by douglas_xantia » 17 Aug 2002, 04:27

Take a walk round your local breakers yard - you will most likely find one in the fuse box compartment.
Xantias are not ALL bad
0x