Repair manual, technical manuals for maintenance and operation of Chevrolet Biscayne 1968-1978 years of release.
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The service manual contains detailed information on how to diagnose and repair Chevrolet Biscayne units 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.
The Chevrolet Biscayne manual includes operating instructions.
This service manual is intended for both Chevrolet Biscayne car owners and service station and car service workers.
Chevrolet Biscayne background information
The Chevrolet Biscayne is an American full-size passenger car manufactured by GM Chevrolet from 1958 to 1972 (cars under this name were sold in Canada until the 1975 model year).
Occupied the position of the budget model of the initial price range among the full-size “Chevrolet”.
In 1958, the then-series Chevrolet cars were renamed, the Chevrolet 150 became the Chevrolet Delray, and the Chevrolet 210 became the Chevrolet Biscayne. The name of the most expensive model Chevrolet Bel Air has been preserved.
The following year, the Delray was discontinued, and Biscayne proved to be the cheapest and modestly equipped production Chevrolet in the lineup, which included the Chevrolet Bel Air as a mid-range model, and a step above the Chevrolet Impala.
The model was produced mainly for taxi companies, although a number of cars were sold to individual buyers who valued the space and comfort of a full-size car, but did not need “extra” processing, dynamics and prestige of more expensive configurations. The main engines were in-line sixes, but some cars in the 1960s were equipped with a V8, and in the 1970s they became quite popular (in those years, one six-cylinder car of this model had an average of 4.5 eight-cylinder).
The hydraulic power steering became standard equipment in 1970, and the automatic transmission in mid-1971.
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