Aston Martin DB7 Repair Manuals. Wiring Diagrams

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Aston Martin DB7 Repair Manual (Issue II – Vol.2)

DB7 Introduction Download
DB7 Electrics Download
DB7 Chassis and Body Download
DB7 Air Conditioning Download
DB7 Aston Martin Diagnostic System Download

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Modification V12 Vantage presented at the Geneva show in 1999. This GT class car is a more powerful version of the standard DB7 (420 vs. 340 hp). The model is built on a significantly modified Jaguar XJS platform. Designer Ian Callum has managed to create a strong look with traditional Aston Martin exterior features. The car is distinguished by a trapezoidal grille, a rounded design of the lighting unit, and its body has incredibly smooth sculptural surfaces. Protruding powerful wings, coupled with unusual 18-inch wheels, emphasize the graceful posture. The rear wing and protruding twin tailpipes allude to the very bad character of the Aston Martin DB7 Vantage, unwilling to concede.


Inside, the Aston Martin DB7 Vantage is as luxurious as it looks. The roomy interior with original architecture is completely upholstered in genuine leather. Special decorative inserts made of carbon fiber add luxury, and high-end performance will not leave anyone indifferent. The plump steering wheel with a comfortable grip has up/down keys. The “heart” of the Aston Martin DB7 Vantage is a 48-valve V12 engine with a compression ratio of 10.3 to 1. The car was offered with a 6-speed TREMEC T-56 manual or a 5-speed ZF automatic.

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