Chevrolet Bel Air (1968-1978): owner’s, service, repair and maintenance manuals PDF, electrical wiring diagrams, scheduled maintenance, operating instructions free download
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|Chevrolet Bel Air 1957 Brochure [PDF]||13.9Mb||Download|
|Chevrolet Bel Air Service Repair Manual [PDF]||5.2Mb||Download|
|Chevrolet Owner’s Manual [PDF]||7.4Mb||Download|
Manual on repair, maintenance and operation of Chevrolet Bel Air cars 1968-1978 years of release.
These manuals are in English.
Chevrolet Bel Air owner’s repair manuals contain detailed information on how to diagnose and repair vehicle components and assemblies, special attention is paid to the repair of the engine, cooling, heating and air conditioning systems, fuel and exhaust systems, transmissions, brakes, steering systems, bodywork, electrical equipment.
Chevrolet Bel Air manuals include operating instructions.
These service manuals are intended for both the owners of Chevrolet Bel Air vehicles, as well as a service station and car service workers.
Chevrolet Bel Air background information
Chevrolet Bel Air is an American full-size passenger car produced by Chevrolet’s General Motors division from 1953 to 1976 (cars with this name were sold in Canada until the 1981 model year). Named after a prestigious area of Los Angeles, California.
From 1950 to 1952, the name Bel Air was used to refer to Chevrolet Styleline Deluxe hardtops that were not stand-alone models.
Until 1959, the Bel Air was the most expensive and well-equipped Chevrolet model, followed by the 150, 210 and Biscayne. In 1958, a complete set of Chevrolet Bel Air Impala appeared, which since 1959 stands out in a separate model a degree higher than Bel Air. In 1965, the Chevrolet Impala, an even higher-end model, appeared, and the Bel Air was downgraded in the full-size Chevrolet line to the position of the lower-end model. Even lower was only the Chevrolet Biscayne model, which was mainly used in taxis (Bel Air was also popular with taxi companies in those years). Bel Air is also based on the Chevrolet Beauville station wagon, which in 1957 was replaced by the Townsman (4-door) and Nomad (2-door).
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