Welcome to the club of Happy Citroen Drivers :-))
If you are interested in the Haynes BX Petrol service manual, just
send me an email and I will give you a link to download it.
This Haynes manual will save you a lot of money if you are handy,
almost everything is described in the manual.
Indeed. The BX manual was written at the time when Haynes hadn't been
nobbled by the manufacturers so there are very few "Refer to your Dealer"
statements in there.
Enjoy the BX, JM and remember there are a lot of Citroen brains on the 'net
who are more than happy to help when it lets go of the "green blood"...
Congrats on the BX - I recently got a ZX, my first Citroen. Have fun
with yours, I am even tho it's really a Peugeot in a Citroen skin. I get
to miss all the fun with the cool suspension :(
Have fun, Stuart.
Thanks all! Glad to be a member of the Citroen community. Do we all
wave to one another? ;)
I actually got the BX because I have driven a friend's on occasion, he
got his cheap as well, so I figured it would be worth a try, and I
think I've been quite lucky with mine. Included in the 250 euro deal
was a full tank of petrol too, because the dude's wife wasn't thinking
and tanked it up the day before they sold it. :))
It's only after I got it that I really started to research it, and I
must say this interchanging of engines and gearboxes between Peugeot
and Citroen is pretty clever economically. And with 2.5 million BX's
sold getting parts shouldn't be too hard either...
Ah almost weekend, cruisin' time ;)
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