By: Max Ellery .
This is an excellent manual with over 520 pages. It has step by step instructions in every chapter. Covering both models produced the Station Wagon and tray models.
The first chapter, “Engine tune-up and maintenance” guides you through the most basic maintenance and tuneup. It includes the specifications required, regardless of whether you are an owner wishing to change the oil, or a mechanic requiring specifications for tune-up and maintenance.
Engine chapters - We have covered all diesel engines, RD28, TD42 and ZD30 including the common rail engine, and turbocharged engines are covered. All petrol/gasoline engines, TB42, TB45 and TB48. The TB42 was an option in some countries in the first few years of production. These chapters are full of step by step instructions, plus plenty of photographs and line illustrations to give the reader explicit detail, suitable for everyone, regardless of whether you require minor engine work or a major rebuild.
Diesel fuel chapters cover injection components, ECM values plus sensor checks diesel injection systems for the above engines, including injectors, fuel pump and fuel tank. Petrol/Gasoline and Ignition chapter gives good detail on the ECM and injection systems for the above engines, including injectors, fuel pump and fuel tank.
Transmission and Transfer chapters - cover all manual and automatic transmissions for these vehicles.
The Brake chapter helps to maintain the disc brakes including general maintenance and replacing various parts.
Suspension, Steering, Rear Axle, etc all have independent chapters full of easy to follow photographs and instructions. Diagnosis and Trouble Shooting plus Electrical Schematics help the weekend repairer or the mechanic to work on their vehicle. This manual includes all components of the vehicle such as a large body chapter, heater, cooling, windscreen wipers etc. The list of chapters is almost endless.
It is a must have for the D.I.Y home mechanic through to the trade professional.