Citroen Xantia

since 1993 of release

Repair and car operation

Citroen Xantia
+ Introduction
+ Operation manual
+ Routine maintenance
+ engine Repair
+ Systems of cooling, heating
+ Power supply system and release
- Engine electric equipment
   + start and charge Systems
   - Ignition system - petrol models
      Diagnostics of malfunctions of system of ignition
      Removal, check and installation of the coil of ignition
      Check of installation and adjustment of a corner of an advancing of ignition
   + preheat System - diesel models
+ Coupling
+ Transmission
+ Power shafts
+ Uniform hydraulic system
+ Brake system
+ Running gear and steering
+ Body and salon furnish
+ Onboard electric equipment
+ electric equipment Schemes

Removal, check and installation of the coil of ignition



1. Disconnect a negative wire from the battery. Assembly of VV of the coil of ignition (DIS module) is located at the left on a head of cylinders.

2. Release a clamp and disunite the electric socket of the coil.

3. Mark and disconnect from plugs of the VV coil of a wire.
4. Turn out four fixing screws and remove VV the coil from the basic arm. Take the removed module from an impellent compartment.



1. For check of conductivity primary (plugs “+” to NV - “-”) and secondary (plugs “+ to NV - VV) windings of the coil transfer a universal measuring instrument of chains to an ohmmeter mode. Remember that two sets of windings are the share of four conclusions of VV of the coil of static type. Compare results to requirements of Specifications. It should be noted that resistive resistance of windings somewhat depends on assembly temperature. The values given in Specifications are fair for coil temperature + 20°С.
2. Make sure of lack of conductivity between VV the plug and the module case / a basic arm.
3. In case of identification of signs of violations before replacing assembly consult at specialists of car repair shop.


Installation is made upside-down. Track for correctness of connection and reliability of fastening of electroconducting, including wire VV.