1938 Chevrolet Service Information Passenger Cars and Trucks

 

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COVER     TRANSMISSION 33
COVER PAGE     REAR AXLE 34
INTRODUCTION 1      Rear Spring Seat 34
         Rear Spring 35
ENGINE 2   STEERING 36
   Camshaft and Camshaft Bearings 2      Adjustment 37
   Front End Cover 3      Worm Shaft End Play - to Remove 38
   Valve Mechanism 3      Roller Shaft End Play - to Remove 39
   Exhaust Valve Guides 3      Back-Lash Between Worm and Roller - to Remove 40
   Exhaust Valve 4   BRAKES 42
   Distributor 5      Hand Brake Lever 42
   Thermostat 6   ELECTRICAL 44
   Flywheel 6      Starting Motor 44
   Spark Plugs 6      Generator 47
COOLING 7      Voltage Regulator Operation 48
   Water Pump 7      TROUBLESHOOTING 51
   Water Pump Overhaul 8         Check to Determine Location of Troubles 51
      Disassembly 8         Generator Does Not Show Charge 51
      Inspection 9         Low Charging Rate 52
      Reinspection 10      Testing the Generator and Voltage Regulator 53
   Radiator Grille 13      Voltage Regulator Adjusting 55
   Radiator 14      Generator - Checking Charging Circuit for High Resistance 59
FUEL SYSTEM 15      Headlamps 60
   Carburetor 15   BODIES 62
CLUTCH 19   TRUCK 65
   Reduced Petal Pressure 20      Frame 65
   Eliminates 21      Engine 66
   Uniform Load Distribution 22      Clutch 67
   Clutch Disc 23      Transmission 67
   Pressure Plate and Cover 23      Rear Axle 68
   Forged Fork 24      Steering 69
   Ball Throw Out Bearing 25      Brakes 70
   Guided Bearing Throw-out 25      Fuel Tank 70
   Flywheel 25      Gas Gauge Tank Unit 70
   Servicing the Clutch 26      Wheels and Tires 71
      Inspection 28      Body 71
      Reassembly 29      Bumpers 73
         
     

Manual added: 29 January 2012

 
         
         

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