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1959 Buick Air Ride Suspension

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SECTION 7-D - 1959 BUICK AIR RIDE SUSPENSION 7-18 1959 BUICK AIR RIDE SPECIFICATIONS Tightening Specifications 1959 Buick Air Ride Tightening Specifications Test and Assembly Specifications- General Specifications 1959 Buick Air Ride Test and Assembly Specifications Compressor Production Limits & Fits 1959 Buick Air Ride Compressor Production Limits and Fits [...]

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1958 Buick Air-Poise Suspension

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SECTION 7-D 1958 BUICK AIR-POISE SUSPENSION 7-18 1958 BUICK AIR-POISE SPECIFICATIONS Tightening Specifications 1958 Buick Air Poise Suspension Tightening Specifications Test and Assembly Specifications General 1958 Buick Air Poise Suspension - Test and Assembly Specification Compressor Production Limits & Fits 1958 Buick Air Poise Suspension - Compressor Production Limits and [...]

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1956 Buick Dynaflow Removal and Installation

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SECTION 5-C 1956 BUICK DYNAFLOW REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION, DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY 5-13 REMOVAL AND INSTALLATION OF 1956 BUICK DYNAFLOW TRANSMISSION Removal of 1956 Buick Dynaflow Transmission 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 torque tube from [...]

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1956 Buick Dynaflow Transmission Specifications

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SECTION 5-A 1956 BUICK DYNAFLOW TRANSMISSION SPECIFICATIONS, DESCRIPTION AND OPERATION 5-1 1956 BUICK DYNAFLOW GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS 1956 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 [...]

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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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1951 Buick Fuel System Adjustment

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SECTION 3-C 1951 BUICK FUEL SYSTEM ADJUSTMENTS AND REPLACEMENTS - EXCEPT IN PUMP AND CARBURETOR ASSEMBLIES 3-7 1951 BUICK AIR CLEANER AND GAS FILTER SERVICE 1951 Buick Air Cleaner Service A 1951 Buick air cleaner with a dirty element, or with oil that is dirty, too heavy, or too high in the sump, will restrict [...]

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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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1950 Buick Cylinder Head and Valve Mechanism Service

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SECTION 2-D 1950 BUICK CYLINDER HEAD AND VALVE MECHANISM SERVICE 2-14 VALVE LASH ADJUSTMENT NOTE: This procedure applies only on Series 40 engines used with Synchromesh transmissions; these engines have plain sleeve valve lifters. All other engines have hydraulic valve lifters, indicated by a label on rocker arm cover, stating-"This Engine Equipped with Hydraulic Lifters.'' [...]

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