GM Shop Manuals
The G.M. (General Motors) Division published automotive repair books called Shop Manuals (sometimes referred to as Service Manuals, Repair Manuals or Maintenance Manuals) to give the dealer mechanics repairing or servicing its automobiles the service and repair instructions and details needed. In some G.M. (General Motors) model years, information about the Chassis and Body are included together in a one volume manual. However, in many other G.M. (General Motors) model years the Body information is contained in a separate Fisher Body Shop Manual. If you also need Body information, be sure to ask if you need a Fisher Body Shop Manual as well as a G.M. (General Motors) Chassis Shop Manual.
The G.M. (General Motors) Chassis Shop (Service) Manual includes sections on the suspension, brakes, engine, clutch, transmissions, exhaust system, steering, wheels and tires, electrical, etc. These Shop Manuals include wiring diagrams. Each section usually includes blow up diagrams or photos of key components, a description of operation, removal and installation procedures, inspection and checking procedures and a trouble diagnosis section. With this information and these diagrams you can make your automobile repair or restoration job much easier and avoid a lot of costly mistakes.
The Fisher Body Shop (Service) Manual contains the detailed removal, installation, adjustment and maintenance procedures to repair and restore all Fisher Body styles for the model year for which it was published. It usually includes sections on the front end, headlining, roof, folding top, doors, rear quarter, rear end, exterior moldings, seats and electrical for power windows. It contains many helpful blow up diagrams or photos of key components (labeled, but without part numbers - for part numbers you need to consult a Parts Book) and information on removal and installation of the various components, as well as adjustments and trouble diagnosis procedures.