Available to the public for the first time, this assembly manual is unlike anything you've ever seen. You'll see page after page of detailed illustrations of how each body part fits others; this is a reproduction of the book that was originally used by workers on the factory assembly lines putting vehicles together. Use the part numbers and illustrations to help you verify original parts, to reassemble parts you are restoring, or to replace missing parts. You’ll find detailed parts illustrations and torque specs you haven’t seen anywhere else. This reprinted manual covers these topics:
Electrical: Instead of conventional linear wiring diagrams, you get dimensional drawings of the wire routing plus pictures of the looms so that you can see exactly where the wires are situated in the car, where clips & connectors go, and what they look like. Includes color codes for wires. It includes images of the back side of the dash and instruments, as well as the wiring for both mechanical and body parts of the car. Some of the topics covered include main harness hookups, wipers, lights, fuse block, steering column, engine compartment, and more.
Heater and Air Conditioning: Find out how to install heater, vents, and air conditioner. Includes controls, ducts, plumbing, and outlets.
Chassis: steering gear, steering linkage, steering column, steering wheel, suspension, and brakes (drum, and disc, booster, hoses, pedal, and parking brake).
Welding: Learn how metal body parts are welded together. It’s helpful for hidden welds holding up parts you might need to remove and replace. If you’re replacing parts due to rust, you’ll find out how to replace mounting parts that have rusted away. This is particularly useful if the vehicle has damage from a wreck. You'll see welding for the underbody, floor pan, cowl, pillars, roof panels, trunk, doors, wheelhouse, and fenders.
Anti-corrosion: Shows areas to be primed and sealed.
Paint: Shows two-tone schemes, woodgrain overlay, striping, trunk, and engine compartment areas to be painted.
Openings & Closures: Tolerances for door openings as well as front end/rear end and grille body panels. Illustrations of the gaps with acceptable measurements.
Deadeners and Silencers: See how to install sound deadeners for the dash, doors, hood, trunk, roof, fenders, rear quarter, and floor. Some are panels and some are sprayed or squeezed fluid deadeners.
Weatherstrip & Cementing: Make your car watertight and sound proof by applying weatherstripping and sealants to windows, doors, and trunk.
Sealer, solder, and braze: seal the windshield, cowl, underbody, seat brackets, hole covers, doors, pillars, sides, wheelhouse, trunk or tailgate, dash, and roof against wind and water leaks.
Body Installation Instructions: Find out how to install glass, wipers, and mirrors; assemble doors, locks, handles, and hinges; also stow the jack. Interior assembly includes the headliner, seats, seat belts, arm rests, console, carpet, insulation, interior trim, glove box, dash, and visors. You'll see specifications for applying side moulding, vinyl roof, luggage rack, trunk or tailgate, chrome trim, and chrome lettering. Includes installation of front end including hood, hood release, radiator, grille, bumpers (front and rear), headlights, and antenna.
Please see the sample page image. All pages are watermarked with a background image like the sample page. There are exploded views and illustrations on just about every one of the book's pages.
*****Please read about print quality before purchasing******* Like all assembly manuals, this is reproduced from a book made for use inside the factory, and never intended for the public. Therefore, the print (like the print in original assembly manuals) is occasionally light and sometimes small. This book was made from microfilm and some pages are blurry or unreadable. We have chosen to leave all of the pages in, even those that are hard to read, so that you can get whatever information is useful from them. New condition. Buy now to own this never before available book.