The Citroën Xantia is a Medium family car produced by the French automaker Citroën. First seen at the end of 1992, the car was produced between 1993 and 2001.
The following article provides detail explanation, description and illustration about maintenance, service, and troubleshooting of Xantia’s electrical system, also wiring diagram and cable harness routing. This article covers following topics: Air bag system – general information, precautions and system de-activation, Air bag system components – removal and refitting, Anti-theft alarm system – general information, Audible warning system – general information, Body computer – removal and refitting, Bulbs for interior and exterior lights, Cigarette Lighter, Electrical fault finding, Fuses and relays, Headlight beam alignment, Horn, Instrument Panel, Loudspeaker, Radio aerial, Radio and cassette player, Rain sensor, Speedometer cable and transducer, Switches, etc.
Xantia’s electrical system is of 12-volt negative earth type. Power for the lights and all electrical accessories is supplied by a lead/acid type battery, which is charged by the alternator. Please note that, prior to working on any components in the electrical system, the battery negative terminal should first be disconnected, to prevent the possibility of electrical short-circuit and/or fires.
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