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2014 2014/11

1959 Buick Instrument Panel

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1-11 1959 BUICK INSTRUMENT PANEL COMPARTMENT 1959 Buick Instrument Panel Compartment Door - Removal, Installation and Adjustment - All Styles Mark location of each door hinge on door panel. Remove screws securing each hinge to door inner panel and remove door. To install, position hinges within locating lines and install attaching screws. To reposition compartment [...]

2014 2014/11

1956 Buick Radio, Heater and Air Conditioner

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The heater, defroster, and air conditioner have been redesigned in 1956 to give more efficient performance, to be more compact, easier to service, and to facilitate easier field installation. The radio in 1956 is unchanged except for a newly designed dial and control knobs.   11-1 HEATER AND DEFROSTER Heater Installation In 1956, the heater [...]

2014 2014/11

1958 Buick Radio, Heater and Air Conditioner

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11-1 RADIO For 1958, the Sonomatic and Wonderbar radio operation remains unchanged from 1957. Improvements in tone control provide high fidelity (true tone) at the mid-position of the tone control range. In the bass position high notes are partially eliminated, and in the treble range, low notes are partially eliminated. Thus, greater tonal control is [...]

2014 2014/11

1955 Buick Radio and Accessories

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DEFROSTER HOSE LEAKS Should any complaints of insufficient defroster air be encountered on 1955 models, it is suggested to first check the defroster hose connections at the defroster manifold to make sure they are installed properly. If it is found that the hoses are too loose and do not stay on the manifold, they should [...]

2014 2014/11

1950 Buick Radio

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SECTION 11-B 1950 BUICK RADIO 11-6 1950 BUICK RADIO DESCRIPTION AND OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS The Buick Sonomatic and Selectronic radio installations consist of a receiver set with built-in speaker mounted at the center of the instrument panel and a 4-section antenna mounted just above the center of windshield. The Selectronic radio installation also includes a foot [...]

2014 2014/10

1953 Buick Radio & Accessories Maintenance

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1953 RADIOS ALL SERIES There have been a number of changes in the 1953 radios in both the Series 40, 6 volt and the Series 50-70, 12 volt systems. Selectronic radios will again be optional equipment on the 1953 models. As before, this radio will automatically seek out and select a station at a touch [...]

2014 2014/10

1951 Buick Radio & Accessories Maintenance

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FENDER GUARD WRENCH The wrench clearance between the new 1951fender guard accessory, Group No. 7.728, Part Nos. 980994 and 980995, and the fender is very limited. It will, therefore, be necessary to purchase a special type wrench to tighten the nuts which attach the guard to the bumper. A suitable wrench may be purchased from [...]

2014 2014/10

1954 Buick Radio & Accessories Maintenance

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REPOSITIONING CLOCK RESET KNOB 1954 SERIES 50 & 70 CLOCKS In cases where the clock reset knob is difficult to grasp and tum, remove the clock and file the holes in the mounting brackets upward 1/16" so that the clock when reinstalled will be 1/16" lower. This will give sufficient finger room between the knob [...]

2014 2014/10

1957 Buick Accessories Maintenance

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CLOCK FUSE CHANGE 1957 - All Series It has been found on one make of clock that if the glove compartment door is slammed excessively when the clock is in a certain stage of unwind, it is possible for the contact points to close without winding the clock. When this occurs with a two-ampere fuse [...]

2014 2014/03

1953 Buick Miscellaneous Information

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STRAIGHT-EIGHT ENGINE CYLINDER HEAD 1953 Buick F-263 Engine Combustion Chamber The cylinder head used with the "F-263" Straight­ Eight engine has been redesigned to improve power and economy. Increased compression ratios have been made possible, without adversely affecting detonation characteristics, by changing combustion chamber and piston head shapes to compress the fuel charge [...]

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