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    How to change engine oil and oil filter on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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    How to change front brake pads on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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    How to change Front stabilizer bushes on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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    How to change rear brake discs on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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    How to change Front Anti Roll Bar Link on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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    How to change Air Filter on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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    How to change a front shock strut on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
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    How to change wipers blades / window wipers CITROEN C1 (E150) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
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    How to change a front shock strut on CITROEN XSARA PICASSO (N68) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
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    How to change front springs / front coil springs on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
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    How to change oil filter and engine oil on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
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    How to change front suspension arm / front control arm on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • How to change serpentine belt / v-ribbed belt on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
    How to change serpentine belt / v-ribbed belt on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • How to change serpentine belt / v-ribbed belt on CITROEN XSARA PICASSO (N68) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
    How to change serpentine belt / v-ribbed belt on CITROEN XSARA PICASSO (N68) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • How to change rear springs / rear coil springs on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
    How to change rear springs / rear coil springs on CITROEN C3 1 (FC, FN) [TUTORIAL AUTODOC]
  • How to change rear wiper blades on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
    How to change rear wiper blades on CITROËN C5 TUTORIAL | AUTODOC
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How to repair Citroën yourself: common malfunctions

Rich equipment list is one of the main advantages of Citroën cars. Many state-of-the-art technologies providing high levels of safety and comfort are implemented in their design. But the more systems and assemblies a car has, the more frequently failures occur. Here we tell you how to save money on garage services: below you can find a lot of valuable information about repairing and servicing Citroën on DIY basis.

Body

In the Citroën C4, chrome coating of trim elements quickly gets damaged. The moldings are not fastened reliably. Moreover, small cracks may appear on the windscreen. Cars of the make also have weak window raisers, windscreen wipers and headlights washers. On the bonnets of some cars, paintwork may blister. You can replace faulty parts and restore the initial appearance of the car body yourself. AUTODOC Club tips will help you with that.

Transmission

The automatic transmission of Citroën cars may give problems. It is apt to overheating. Moreover, quite early, oil seals lose their tightness, and ball joints of the gearbox linkage get damaged. To extend the lifespan of the transmission, specialists recommend to regularly replace the transmission fluid. For doing this you can use Citroën step-by-step repair and maintenance tutorials.

Running gear

The stabilizer links and bushes are considered to be its most vulnerable elements. Also, rear trailing arms may early get out of order. Sometimes, a hub bearing breaks down. As well as the other parts noted above, you can replace it at home, using an illustrated Citroën repair manual provided in PDF. As for the Hydractive hydro-pneumatic suspension, it is necessary to regularly check its spheres for tightness. 

Engine

Citroën engines, especially those with the direct fuel injection system are very sensitive to fuel quality. That is why it is important to refuel at trusted and proven filing stations only and replace the fuel filter in due time. Also, do not neglect the replacement intervals of other consumables and fluids: oil and air filters, spark plugs and the oil itself. Moreover, you can perform the works yourself, having downloaded free step-by-step tutorials on Citroën repair.

Due attention should be given to the radiators of the cooling system. Being exposed to road deicing chemicals, they may lose their tightness. Moreover, these components quickly get soiled. That is why it is recommended to clean them every 2–3 years.

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