by Ken Freund
Diesel Engine Repair Manual: Haynes Techbook covers General Motors and Ford: light trucks, vans, passenger cars. GM 350 cu. in. (5.7 litre), 379 cu. in. (6.2 litre), and 397 cu. in. (6.5 litre); Ford 420 cu. in. (6.9 litre), 445 cu. in. (7.3 litre), and 445 cu. in. (7.3 litre) Power Stroke.
● How Diesel Engines are Different
● Buying Parts
● A Place to Work
● Tools and Equipment
● Diesel Engine Troubleshooting
● GM 5.7L, 6.2L and 6.5L V8 Engines
● Ford 6.9L and 7.3L Engines
● Engine Overhaul Procedures
● Compression Check
● Engine Removal
● Engine Rebuilding Alternatives
● Engine Overhaul - Disassembly Sequence
● Engine Block - Cleaning
● Engine Block - Inspection
● Engine Overhaul - Reassembly
● Initial Start-up and Break-in After Overhaul
The purpose of this manual is to help you service and overhaul the Ford 6.9L and 7.3L light truck diesels and General Motors automobile and light pickup truck 5.7L, 6.2L and 6.5L diesel engines.
Step-by-step instructions. Fully-illustrated for the home mechanic. From simple maintenance to major repairs, including engine overhaul.
This manual also covers: Tools and equipment. Shop practices. Troubleshooting. Routine maintenance. Engine repairs and overhaul. Cooling, fuel and electrical systems.
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