Picasso 2.0 HDi

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Picasso 2.0 HDi

Postby Colin » Thu Mar 07, 2002 3:25 am

Any one know of a manual for the Picasso or one covering the 2.0 HDi engine?
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Postby NiSk » Thu Mar 07, 2002 2:01 pm

Haynes do a manual for the Peugeot 206 with diesel and turbo-diesel up to 2001, so I imaging it would cover the HDi engine, best to check with Haynes, though.
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Postby iancook2000 » Thu Mar 07, 2002 10:17 pm

Haynes also do a manual for the Xsara, covering the 1997cc diesel, which is the HDi.
ISBN 1 85960 751 9, book number 3751
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Postby Colin » Fri Mar 08, 2002 2:48 am

Thanks for the info.folks,I will have a look at the Haynes book and hope they bring out one for the whole vehicle.
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Postby NiSk » Fri Mar 08, 2002 1:46 pm

Don't hold your breath! It took Haynes 5 YEARS to get round to publishing a manual for the XM and the result is one of the poorest Haynes manuals I've seen. In comparison with the manuals for the BX and CX, there's very little technical information for the XM, no cut-through drawings for suspension etc. (no V6 either!)
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Postby Colin » Sat Mar 09, 2002 4:00 am

Nisk,yes I agree with your point the Haynes books have become more like a hand book.
I go back many years ago when the books provided complete drawings of engine and gearbox,a strip and rebuild was possible in those days.
I think the reason is due to the fact that so many special tools and even a computer may be required to work on todays vehicles!
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