Alfa Romeo 147 PDF Workshop and Repair manuals, Wiring Diagrams, Parts Catalogue, Fault codes free download!
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Dealer leadership Alfa Romeo 147 eLearn is a complete technical documentation for the repair and maintenance of Alfa Romeo 147 cars from three and five door versions from 2001 to 2004. The manual contains technical data and characteristics, including information on the interpretation of the Vin code, various parameters of the sensors and systems, the number of engine types, the standards and the time intervals for performing maintenance of the car.
Also in the manual there are instructions for diagnosing faults and methods for their elimination and testing of various components and systems of the car. The program contains step-by-step instructions for the repair of all parts of Alfa Romeo 147. Alfa Romeo 147 eLearn contains electrical circuits describing all the sensors and fuses and their location for repairing the electrical part of the car. The manual is intended for maintenance and repair of vehicles equipped with gasoline engines with a working volume of 1.6 TS, 2.0 TS, 3.2 V6 and diesel 1.9 JTD 8V and 1.9 JTD 16V.
Alfa Romeo 147 (Series 937)
Alfa Romeo 147 (Series 937) is a compact luxury car manufactured by the Italian car company Alfa Romeo in 2000-2010. The 147th became the European car of the year in 2001, ahead of models such as Ford Mondeo and Toyota Prius.
The 147th was introduced in 2000 at the Turin Motor Show as a replacement for the 145/146 hatchback. The model was based on a platform from a larger 156 sedan. The car was available from 1.6 liters, 1.8 liters. and 2.0 liters. petrol engines and one 1.9 liter. diesel engine. A special robotic Selespeed gearbox was available with the launch of the 2.0-liter model. engine. In total, there were two complete sets available: Turismo and Lusso. The 147th is the first Alfa Romeo with a two-zone climate control system and an electronic stabilization system.
The model was manufactured for ten years, becoming one of the oldest compact family cars in Europe until it was replaced by Alfa Romeo Giulietta at the end of May 2010. In total, about 580,000 cars were produced.