Holden Statesman & WB Series 1980 - 1985 Factory Service Manual Supplement
Covers Statesman, Deville, Caprice, Utility, Panel Van, Cab Chassis and Sandman. Covers series 1 and 2.
This manual is a supplement to the Holden HQ manuals, and for full coverage you may need the HQ manual set (GMMHQSET
) and the Holden Improved Performance L6 and V8 Engines Service Manual (M38338
Please also note: This is a current print run of the manual under authorisation to Holden.Contents:
● General Information
● Brake System
● Front / Rear Axle & Suspension
● Rear Axle & Suspension
● Steering System
● Propeller/Tail Shaft & Differential
● Electrical System
● Wiring Diagrams
● Fault Finding Diagnostics
● Covers the Series II with trip computer in the supplement at the back
● Plus More
GMH part number M38376.
Holden Factory Publication Re-print with Copyright.
Questions about book from customers:
● Hi, I just want to make sure this manual covers WB caprice series II, I'm after the wiring diagram for the power windows does the wiring diagram in the manual cover all electrics??
Answer: We have checked for you and the manual states that it covers power windows and door locks on the Statesman, which would be the same a the Caprice for you. The series II was introduced in 1983 and this manual covers up to 1985 so series II must be covered.
● Does this manual have illustrations of the air-conditioning hoses and vacuum system?
Answer: Yes it does
Hi, Has this manual got the wiring diagram for air conditioning system for wb statesman?
Answer: Yes it has complete wiring diagrams including air conditioning.
Please note that workshop manuals are usually written for models sold in a specific country.
Differences in specification can exist between models sold in different countries and items such as engines can vary.
Please check that the manual will cover your model before purchase and if you are unsure please contact us first.
Factory repair manuals are the same manuals as those used by the dealers.
As they are primarily intended for dealer use the manufacturers usually release a base repair manual when a new model is introduced (either a single manual, multi-volume set or separate volumes) and then release supplementary manuals as the model changes, for example a model facelift or introduction of a new engine.
Supplements generally cover only changes to the model and are intended to be used in conjunction with the base repair manual(s).
For full coverage you will need the base repair manual and all relevant supplements up to the date your model was manufactured.