if you have an SPI Sei then the Cinq haynes manual will cover everything you need to know. An MPI Sei will be similar but not quite as the same Theres a porters manual that amoungst others covers the Sei i think.
porters manual is ok but bit brief as it covers about 5 cars. Get the cinq haynes manual as its more or less the same car under the body
Yeah the Porters covers the Cinq Sei Brava Bravo Marea and all their variants. Hence its crap IMO. Id just go with the Cinq Haynes tbh as its basically the same car
porters is good for torque settings it has them for everything. wouldnt be suprised if the torque youre meant to tighten the petrol cap onto was in there
If the offer still stands i will send you an stamped addresed envelope as i cant seem to find a downloadable manual anywhere.
Originally Posted by cairnsie13 If the offer still stands i will send you an stamped addresed envelope as i cant seem to find a downloadable manual anywhere. If you get stuck PM me. Wont be free but will be cheap
Is the cd still available please let me no.....thank you
Originally Posted by mag dial Is the cd still available please let me no.....thank you Im afraid cairnsie13 has a claim on it. Sorry
ive got a similar one its does not tell you how to fix stuff you should get the haynes manual. Tells you the same stuff that you get with the orignal manual that came with the car aswell as estimated time and costs for repairs. It does not tell you how to carry out the repair. Haynes all the way
Ive got workshop manual on CD but Ive not got access to it at the mo (as Im on my honeymoon). If you dont get sorted by next week give me a shout
...Past few months Ive been trying to find seicento workshop manual but didnt really have much luck. Few days ago I found it on RapidShare. The links are given below. rapidshare.com files351164798Fiat_seicento_-__workshop_manual.part1.rar [195MB] rapidshare.comfiles351190757Fiat_seicento_-__workshop_manual.part2.rar [160MB] (Im not allowed to post links since I dont have 5 posts yet so I removed the
Originally Posted by custard httpwww.fiatforum.comdownloads.phpdocat&id7 Thanks for these. I didnt even have the owners handbook and hadnt been able to find a workshop manual either.
I think that is just a fiat workshop manual. cheaper on eBay edit - lol the site copyrighting the images when they are copyright FIAT and they are selling illegally P
Ive have a 03 seicento (MPI) a 97 Cinq and had a 98 seicento (SPI) with a Cinq Haynes & a FIAT workshop manual for SPI & MPI Seis. With the 98 Sei I mainly used the Haynes manual as it covered things much better than the fiat manual and most differences are minor enough for it to be a case of common sense. With the MPI Sei I use a combination of Haynes and workshop manual as a lot more has changed in the engine bay.
Haynes dont do one Check on ebay ythere are plenty of people selling the manufactures manual on DVD
Originally Posted by branton rhino Haynes dont do one Check on ebay ythere are plenty of people selling the manufactures manual on DVD thanks mate
The Haynes Cingcento manual is still useful except for minor variations
Originally Posted by Pep0 The Haynes Cingcento manual is still useful except for minor variations 2000 is tipping point twixt SPi and MPi . If its an SPi which it should be the cinq manual is great. Cheers PD
Ive got a feeling that you can get one from your Fiat dealer. I saw something very much like a haynes manual on the service counter the last time i was in there. Si. 2.0 20v Black HGT
From memory it does cover some aspects of the 1108 SPI engine but I dont think it covers the later MPI engine. There is a workshop manual on this site that you can download or you can buy a disc version on Ebay for very little. Print off pages aswhen required & use the Guides & FAQS section. For anything not covered you can always start a new thread.
Mysteriously it should be on some of the per to peer networks now. Windows users get Shareaza Linux users get Gtk-Gnutella and search for seicento Technical Service manual. Filter out anything which does not include .rar Dont know how long it will be up there.
Im looking for the Cinquecento version of this manual and not having much luck
Originally Posted by GoBe Im looking for the Cinquecento version of this manual and not having much luck Ive never seen an English language version of the Cinq one but there are Polish and Italian ones.
From underneath it will come out without removing the bumper although it is easier with the bumper off. A V reg Sie will be similar to a Cinq so manuals are available from both Haynes or Porters. PM Fingers99 for an electronic Sei specific one. Cheers SPD cantaffordaferrari thanked for this post
I think the handbook (as opposed to the workshop manual) is still available from FIAT dealers as a spare part. Ive seen none on the peer to peer networks. You can sometimes find them in cars in the scrappy.
what year is your sei if it upto 2001 then a cinq manual will be fine to use
Its a 2001 but I think its the MPI version (arent all Schumachers) so does that make a difference
or just buy it
dont have in slovakia-posting from uk too dear
The only legitimate on line ones I know of are in Italian. You might find that the Polish Cinq folk have them as pdfs.
Originally Posted by fingers99 The only legitimate on line ones I know of are in Italian. You might find that the Polish Cinq folk have them as pdfs. and do you have link for that italian