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1959 Buick Triple Turbine Transmission Removal and Installation

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SECTION 5-F - 1959 BUICK TRIPLE TURBINE TRANSMISSION REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5-36 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF TRIPLE TURBINE TRANSMISSION 1959 Buick Triple Turbine Transmission Removal Hoist front and rear of car and rest it solidly on stands placed under frame. Frame side rail should be at least 20" above floor. Disconnect track [...]

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1959 Buick Fuel Pump

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SECTION 3-D - 1959 BUICK FUEL PUMP 3-11 DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION OF TYPE HE FUEL PUMP Description of 1959 Buick Fuel Pump An AC Type HE fuel pump is used on all engines. The pump assembly is mounted on the right side of the timing chain cover in an inserted position, and the pump rocker [...]

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1956 Buick Convertible Top Power System

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SECTION 13-D 1956 BUICK CONVERTIBLE TOP POWER SYSTEM 13-12 OPERATION OF 1956 BUICK FOLDING TOP When the control knob is pushed forward, the feed wire is connected to the red motor lead and the motor and pump assembly operate to force the hydraulic fluid through the hoses to the lower ends of the double-acting cylinders. [...]

2014 2014/11

1952 Buick Dynaflow Removal and Installation

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SECTION 4-E 1952 BUICK DYNAFLOW REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 4-27 1952 BUICK DYNAFLOW REMOVAL Raise right side of hood and remove bell housing dowel bolt located to rear of cranking motor solenoid, using a suitable offset brass drift. This bolt cannot be removed from under the car. Hoist front and rear of car [...]

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1952 Buick Dynaflow Transmission

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SECTION 4-C 1952 BUICK DYNAFLOW SPECIFICATIONS, DESCRIPTION, AND OPERATION 4-15 1952 BUICK DYNAFLOW GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS 1952 Buick Dynaflow Transmission Identification Number A production identification number is stamped into the lower edge of the reaction shaft flange directly to rear of the high (left) accumulator. The identification number consists of a letter followed by a number. See [...]

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1953 Buick Steering Gear and Tie Rods

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GROUP 7 - 1953 BUICK STEERING GEAR AND TIE RODS 7-1 CHANGES IN 1953 BUICK STEERING GEARS AND TIE RODS Manual steering gears are used in Series 40-50 only. Power steering gears are optional on Series, 40-50 and are standard equipment in Series 70. Changes in 1953 Buick Manual Steering Gears The manual steering gears are [...]

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1959 Buick Hydro-Lectric System

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SECTION 7-G 1959 BUICK HYDRO-LECTRIC SYSTEM 7-12 DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION Description The hydraulic unit which is used in the Convertible bodies, consists of a 12-volt reversible type motor, a rotor-type pump, two hydraulic lift cylinders, and an upper and lower hydraulic hose assembly. It is important to note that the folding top cannot be operated [...]

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1955 Buick Variable Pitch Dynaflow Transmission Maintenance

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SECTION 5-A - DYNAFLOW SPECIFICATIONS, DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 1955 Buick Dynaflow Specifications 5-2 GENERAL INFORMATION The 1954 Twin Turbine Dynaflow transmission has been redesigned, the major feature being the incorporation of a stator with variable pitch blades. The new stator gives the equivalent of a passing gear with no gear change; and is [...]

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