Aston Martin Workshop Manuals. Wiring Diagram

After reviewing this Aston Martin V8 Vantage repair manual, you will be able to independently understand the purpose of all the functional elements in the cockpit and under the hood of your car. You will learn how to adjust the seats, mirrors, operate lights and car windshield wipers.


The instructions provide detailed technical characteristics of the machine, a detailed description of the operation of all systems, and the diagnosis of possible malfunctions of the Aston Martin V8 Vantage , which most often can happen on this model.

Aston Martin Vantage Workshop Manuals

AM V8 Vantage Introduction Download
AM V8 Vantage Body System Download
AM V8 Vantage Frame and Mountings Download
AM V8 Vantage Engine System Download
AM V8 Vantage Suspension Download
AM V8 Vantage Driveline Download
AM V8 Vantage Clutch Download
AM V8 Vantage Brake System Download
AM V8 Vantage Exhaust Download
AM V8 Vantage Fuel Download
AM V8 Vantage Steering Download
AM V8 Vantage Climate Control Download
AM V8 Vantage Information, Gauge and Warning Download
AM V8 Vantage Power Supply Download
AM V8 Vantage Vehicle Entertainment Download
AM V8 Vantage Vacuum Distribution Download
AM V8 Vantage Lighting Download
AM V8 Vantage Electric Distribution/Electronic Control Download
AM V8 Vantage Circuit Diagrams Download
AM V8 Vantage Appendix and Glossary Download

AM V8 Vantage Transmission Download
AM V8 Vantage Squeaks and Rattles Repair Manual Download
AM V8 Vantage Technical Guide/V8 Bluetooth System Download
AM V8 Vantage On Board Diagnostics Download
AM V8 Vantage Service Bulletins Download


Aston Martin V8 Vantage Workshop Manual 2005

V8 Vantage 2005 Body System Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Frame and Mounting Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Engine System Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Suspension Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Driveline Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Brake System Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Transmission Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Clutch Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Exhaust Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Fuel Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Steering Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Climate Control Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Information, Gauge and Warning Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Power Supply Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Vehicle Entertainment Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Vacuum Distribution Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Lighting Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Electric Distribution Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Circuit Diagrams Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Electronic Features Download
V8 Vantage 2005 Appendix & Glossary Download

2013 Vantage S Workshop Manual at Aston Martin Download
2011 Vantage S Workshop Manual at Aston Martin Download
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2010 Aston Martin Rapide Circuit Diagrams Download
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Aston Martin beginning of history

Vantage at Aston Martin began to be used in the middle of the 20th century. In 1951, this was the name of the “charged” modification of the Aston Martin DB2 coupe. Its in-line atmospheric “six” developed 126 forces instead of the base 106. Then the Vantage prefix in the name for the same reason was given to the DB4 models (produced in 1961-1963), DB5 (1963-1965) and DB6 (1965-1969). But then Vantage turned into an independent model.


In 1972, the British introduced the Aston Martin AM Vantage coupe. The stunningly beautiful steel body 4.6 m long hid a rear-wheel drive chassis with a two-lever front and a De Dion-type suspension with a Watt mechanism at the rear. The in-line six-cylinder engine developed by Tadeusz Marek developed 287 hp. and worked in tandem with a five-speed manual transmission. The model was discontinued in 1973. A total of 70 cars were made, of which only two were left-hand drive.


In 1977, the Aston Martin V8 Vantage appeared. The firm marketed it as the first British supercar. The V8 5.3 engine was inherited from Lagonda, but other camshafts, carburetors and exhaust manifolds were installed for this model. At first, the power was 380 hp, and then, over time, the figure reached 396, even later – 409 hp. Also, from 1986 to 1989, a factory package of improvements X-Pack was offered, with which the return increased to 409-457 “horses”.

Even the slowest versions reached 97 km/h in 5.3 seconds with a top speed of 270 km/h. In 1987, the V8 Vantage starred in the James Bond movie “Sparks from the Eyes” with Timati Dalton. In total, until 1989, 534 cars were built (342 coupes and 192 Volante convertibles).


The next Aston Martin V8 Vantage of 1993 turned into a real monster. The car, based on the platform of the Virage model, looked brutal. It was noticeably wider and lower than its donor, and trampled the ground with massive 18-inch wheels. The Vantage also received stiffer suspension and improved brakes. But the main thing is a miracle engine! Two mechanical superchargers were attached to the G8 5.3, which brought the return to 557 forces and 745 Newton meters. Acceleration to 97 km / h took only 4.6 seconds, and the maximum speed reached 300 km / h. Limit? No matter how!


In 1998, the British, like a beast, launched the Aston Martin V8 Vantage V600 on the market. In this two-ton colossus, the V8 5.3 engine has already developed 608 forces. But the motorists did not calm down on this either. In 1999, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Aston Martin’s victory at Le Mans, the British brought the V8 Vantage Le Mans coupe to the Geneva Motor Show. With the upgraded V8 5.3 removed 612 forces and space 820 N•m. Ejection to a hundred took 3.9 s, and the maximum speed was 320 km / h. The equipment list included Koni sports shock absorbers, thickened anti-roll bars, magnesium alloy wheels. At the same time, Connolly genuine leather and Wilton wool carpets reigned in the cabin. 40 of these machines were made, and in total, until 2000, 280 V8 Vantage two-doors were produced (of which nine were open cars).

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