This is the original manual that a Chevrolet dealer mechanic used to work on pickups and larger trucks. It contains complete information on the construction, maintenance, and repair of Chevy trucks. You will find step-by-step instructions for lubrication, body, frame, shock absorbers, front suspension, rear axle, universal joints, rear springs, brakes, hydrovac, engine, fuel system, cooling system, clutch, transmission, fuel & exhaust, steering gear, wheels, tires, chassis sheet metal, and the electrical system. You will also find the 1952 supplement to the 1948-51 manual in the back of the book, and it covers all of the changes made for the 1952 model year. Since the 1953 pickups were almost identical to the 1952s, Chevrolet continued to use this manual for the 1953 models also. Lots of clear black and white pictures, illustrations, wiring diagrams and specifications clarify the instructions. Buy now to own the best manual for your truck.
Why buy a factory manual?
Fix it right the first time with the factory repair manual and save money by doing the job yourself. Factory experts prepare these manuals for their dealership service departments, so they're the most complete and specific source of repair techniques. Repair manuals are also called shop manuals, maintenance manuals, service manuals, or technical information manuals.