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1951 Buick Engine Tune-Up and Trouble Diagnosis

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SECTION 2-C 1951 BUICK ENGINE TUNE UP AND TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS 2-9 1951 BUICK ENGINE TUNE UP The purpose of an 1951 Buick engine tune up is to restore power and performance that has been lost through wear, corrosion, or deterioration of one or more parts or units. In the normal operation of an engine these changes [...]

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1956 Buick Engine Service

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ENGINE SPECIFICATION 1956 Buick Engine Specification   ENGINE ASSEMBLIES The following engine assemblies will be available for direct shipment to dealers from Flint: 1956 Buick Engine Assemblies These engines do not include the air cleaner, generator, generator brace, ignition coil, distributor cap and wires, fan, fan driven pulley, fan hub, fan [...]

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1950 Buick Fuel System

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SECTION 3-B 1950 BUICK FUEL SYSTEM TROUBLE DIAGNOSIS 3-4 HARD STARTING Improper Use of Accelerator Pedal To avoid complaints of hard starting, owners should be advised on the proper use of the accelerator pedal for starting the engine. When the engine is cold, depress the accelerator pedal just far enough to cause cranking motor to [...]

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