Guidelines for repair and maintenance of the Fiat Ritmo (Strada), Regata (1979).
Fiat Ritmo (Strada), Regata 1979-repair, maintenance and operation of the vehicle.
Fiat Regata can be considered the perfect family car as it has a large volume of a body and a number set by the customer's choice of equipment to suit every taste. Technically Regata similar to the Fiat Ritmo and has a similar structure. The Fiat Regata installs the following petrol engines: 1300, 1300 ES ("Energy Saver"), 1500, 1600 and 1600 TC ("Twin Camshaft"). All engines have a reliable and proven design. From August 1986 produced model Regata 100 S i.e. It has a modified engine 1600 TC with the fuel injection system.
Cars Regata produced with bodies of two types: Saloon (sedan) and Weekend (estate). Both body look good and, except bumpers are around the perimeter of the protective moldings from molded rubber. Rear bumper body Weekend leans back, forming convenient to download a low platform. Regata, like all modern cars, requires minimal maintenance. On cars Strada, Ritmo and Regata can be installed 4 - or 5-speed manual transmission or 3-speed automatic transmission. Most of the operations for maintenance and repair of these car does not represent the complexity, and maintenance at the recommended time will ensure reliable and continuous operation of the vehicle.
Fiat Strada is a small, economical car, with body type "hatchback". Through the application of proven components and assemblies, cars Strada durable and reliable in operation.
Maintenance and repair require minimum use of special tools. Cars model 75 facilitated major repair operations such as disassembly of the engine and drive wheels.
Standard equipment to meet modern requirements and gives the car an elegant look. Car Strada is one of the few modern models that successfully combines good design and manufacturability. In General, the car makes a good impression on the consumer.
In the preparation of this book was used Fiat Strada 85 Super and '1987 Fiat Regata 100 S i.e. .
Release date: 1997
Genre:a Guide to repair and maintenance
Publisher: Grand/DjVu/(fully recognized)
Quality: the recognized text (OCR)
Number of pages: 285