ASIA ROCSTA AM102 Workshop Manual

This compact jeep called Rocsta was produced by the South Korean manufacturer Asia Motors, which was a subsidiary of KIA Motors. The car, outwardly resembling the American analogue of the Jeep brand, is a development of the army model KM 410 and was produced for a relatively short time – from 1990 to 1997. Today it is already a rarity, like the Asia Motors brand itself, which was abolished in 1999.

CONTENTS

    • GENERAL INFORMATION
    • ENGINE
    • LUBRICATION SYSTEM
    • COOLING SYSTEM
    • FUEL AND EXHIN SYSTEM
    • ENGINE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • CLUTCH
    • TRANSMISSION
    • PROPELLER SHAFT
    • FRONT & REAR AXLE
    • STEERING
    • BRAKES
    • WHEELS AND TIRES
    • SUSPENSION
    • BODY
    • BODY ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • TECHNICAL DATA
    • SPECIAL TOOLS

Language: English
Format: PDF
Pages: 427

ASIA ROCSTA AM102 Workshop Manual

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