Avia Trucks free PDF Workshop Manuals & Service Manuals, Wiring Diagrams, DTC.

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operation and basic maintenance of your new truck

car AVIA.

It will provide you with important information from a work safety point of view.

We recommend that you read it carefully and follow the guidelines given in

with instructions.

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Electrically actuated windows*

Instrument board - gauges 

Indicator lights 

Display of AdBlue Level 

Combined lever switch 

Engine brake 


Cruise control

Vehicle height adjustment by remote


Diagnostic sockets 

Ignition switch and steering lock 

Gearshift lever 

Steering wheel adjustment

Heating and ventilation 



Head restraints 

Sleep couch.

Seat belts

Rear-view mirrors 

Rear-view mirrors remote control

Headlights levelling device 

Cabin interior lighting 

Digital clock

Socket / cigarette lighter 

Sun visors 

Cup holder.


Clothes hooks, glove



Tools and equipment 

Hydraulic cabin tilting 

Instructions for cabin tilting 

Cabin tilting at special versions 

Chassis c/w cabin 

Operating instructions

Check before the drive 

Vehicle running-in 


Starting the engine 

During driving 

Stopping the engine 

Idle run 


Belt tensioning 

Lubrication system 


Fuel tank 


Draining the fuel


AdBlue fluid tank 

AdBlue fluid 

Cooling system 

Air filter 




Front axle 

Rear axle

Brake system 

Service brake 

Checking the brake lining 

Brake system inspections 

Anti - blocking - system 


Emergency brake 

Parking brake 

Windshield washer and wipers 

Tyres and wheels 

Transport of loads 

Electronic vehicle height adjustment(ECAS)

Draining the condensate from air tanks 

Basic rules for the trailer coupling 

Electrical equipment 

Location of battery 


Battery circuit breaker 


Headlamps and lights - location 

Vehicle care 




Electrical equipment 

Monoblock hydraulic power



Towing, vehicle recovery 

Spare wheel holder (L, E, S, G).

Wheel chock (L, E, S, G)

Spare wheel holder (K, N) 

Wheel chock (K, N) 

Changing the wheel 

Replacing bulbs 

Fuse box 

Use of jumper cables to start the engine 

Technical data



Dimensions of chassis c/w cabin

Weights and axle loads 

Weights and axle loads - permitted

trailer weights 

Wheel turning diameter 

Tires inflation pressures 

Maximum speeds and climbing


Operation fillings 

Vehicle Identification Number 

Vehicle labels 


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In the 90s, a new wave of modernization of automotive equipment took place, in connection with which, all outdated Avia models turned out to be uncompetitive and were practically not sold. The company was in a production crisis, and its management was seriously thinking about the future. In 1995, a joint venture with Daewoo was created, which was named Daewoo-Avia. After that, for several more years, modernized old models were produced, but already with new engines and updated cabins.


Production was gaining momentum again. Models A60, A65 and A75 were produced with a payload of 3.2-4.8 tons, and three years later they were joined by the 5.5-ton model A80. The Daewoo-Avia joint venture produced up to 20 thousand cars a year for the needs of the Czech Republic. In the late 90s, a completely new model AD100 was developed, which immediately gained unprecedented popularity. However, in 2000, Daewoo went bankrupt, so the production of trucks, including the new AD100 model, was practically stopped at the Avia enterprise.


After a long lull in 2006, Avia's manufacturing facilities were acquired by Indian truck manufacturer Ashok Leyland. From that moment on, trucks at Avia factories began to be produced under the Avia Ashok Leyland Motors brand.

The average annual production was about 25,000 vehicles. Basically, large trucks with a carrying capacity of 6 to 9 tons were developed, which are successfully sold in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Great Britain, Ireland, Slovakia, Spain and many other countries of the world.


At the end of 2006, the company solemnly presented to the public the models of the D120, D110 and D100 series, which had 12-, 11- and 10-ton load capacities, respectively. Avia Ashok Leyland Motors' revenues in 2006 were about 86 million kroons, and the unconsolidated loss was about 21.5 million kroons. And 2007 became even more successful - the company's revenue amounted to 668 million kroons with a loss of 250 million. However, today we can talk about the rapid development of the company.

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