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UK, United Kingdom
Condition:New Language:English Format:Paperback Publisher's Number (SKU):0090 Print:Black and White ISBN:9780857335838

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    Product Details
  • Paperback
  • Black and White
  • Part of the Haynes Classic Reprint Series
Fiat 500 (1957 to 1973) up to M - Haynes Classic Reprint

    Features:
  • All Versions of FIAT 500; 0.5 litre (479cc & 499cc) & 0.6 litre (594cc)

As a service to the classic car enthusiast Haynes has brought this previously published manual in their Owners Workshop Manual series back into print. Previously out of print, this popular manual has been brought back as a digital reproduction of the original. Haynes has not updated the manual from the last publication offering an exact reproductions of the original source.

Get To Know Your Vehicle A Little Better
The clear, step-by-step illustrated instructions cover the dismantling, inspection, repair and refitting of the engine, cooling system, fuel and emission control systems, exhaust, ignition system, clutch, gearbox, propeller shaft or drive shafts, braking system, electrical system, suspension, steering, bodywork and fittings. Routine maintenance, complete specifications and detailed fault diagnosis procedures are also included.

Only Haynes completely strip and rebuild the vehicle for each manual. Where applicable the removal, refitting and faulty diagnosis procedures only are covered for rear axle differential units and automatic transmissions.

Saving You Money from Start To Finish
Whether you just want to change your oil or replace your plugs, or change your clutch or rebuild your gearbox, the Haynes manual will show you how, and can help you save pounds on servicing and repair bills.

Helping You Make Things Go A Little Further
A Haynes manual can help you stretch your motoring budget that little bit further in other ways too. Regular maintenance and servicing will mean that your car is safer to drive whilst giving you more of those precious mpg. What’s more, a vehicle well looked after will hold its price better and last a lot longer!

Table of Contents
  • Introduction to the Fiat 500
  • Vehicle Identification and Ordering Spare Parts
  • Routine Maintenance
  • Lubrication Chart
  • Reccomended Lubricants
  • Engine
  • Lubrication, Cooling, Heating and Exhaust
  • Fuel System
  • Ignition System
  • Clutch
  • Transmission
  • Braking System
  • Electrical System
  • Rear Suspension, Wheels and Tyres
  • Front Suspension and Steering
  • Bodywork
  • Conversion Factors
  • Safety First!
  • Index

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