Nissan Cabstar (F22/H40) & Civilian (W40) 1982 Factory Service Manual covers Nissan Cabstar F22 and H40 Series and Civilian W40 Series.
Engines Covered: Z16, Z20, Z22, ED33, SD23 and SD25.
Additional supplements available for later model year changes and other engines.
● General Information
● Engine Mechanical
● Engine Lubrication & Cooling System
● Engine Fuel
● Emission Control System
● Engine Removal & Installation
● Engine Control, Fuel & Exhaust Systems
● Manual Transmission - 4 Speed (R4W71B)
● Manual Transmission - 5 Speed (RS5W71B)
● Manual Transmission - 5 Speed (RS5W81A)
● Manual Transmission - 5 Speed (RT5R41A) with Super Shift 5 x 2
● Manual Transmission - 6 Speed (RS6R40A)
● Propeller Shaft & Differential Carrier
● Front Axle & Front Suspension
● Rear Axle & Rear Suspension
● Brake System
● Steering System
● Body & Frame
● Heater & Air Conditioner
● Electrical System
This manual also covers the taking apart of the Diff and has diagrams showing you how to. You may also need the [NISM4EFHWSG0] Nissan Cabstar (F22/H40) & Civilian (W40) 1984 Repair Supplement II. As the Supplement II also has the Specs and Data needed for working on the Diff. So please keep in mind you might need the two manuals for full coverage.
Differential carrier. (Final Drive)
Model: H190A & H190B
Model: H233B & H260
All these are in this manual with diagrams of all internal parts.
Printed in Australia under licence with Copyright to Nissan.
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