The illustrations in this book will help you to identify parts, and the exploded views can aid you with the assembly or disassembly of some parts of the car. The text is a list of the parts available in January of 1975 with data such as part numbers, model-year application and/or component application, part names, and more. You'll also find extras like engine series number suffixes, rear axle identification, and a list of available engine and power train combinations for each year.
You will find illustrations and the original part numbers, which are still useful today because most parts vendors still use GM's numbers to keep track of their parts. Use this book to make your search for parts both quicker and easier. The illustrations will help you to identify parts, and the exploded views can aid you with assembly or disassembly of some parts of the vehicle. Includes representative illustrations, but not every single part for every year is illustrated. Covers engine, clutch, cooling system, grille, oil system, chassis, electrical, fuel, exhaust, carburetion, transmission, brakes, axles, steering, frame, springs, bumper, sheet metal, hear, air conditioning, instruments, glass, doors, seats, metal trim, convertible top, and upholstery. You can identify if the parts you are buying are original and complete; if you're missing parts, you can use the book to see what you should have. If the same part number is used for more than one year, you can also find out interchange between the different years covered in this book.
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