Triumph Spitfire, 1962-1981

Triumph Spitfire, 1962-1981
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ISBN: 9781850100225
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Each Haynes manual is written for the do-it-yourselfer and provides step-by-step instructions based on a complete disassembly of the vehicle.  This hands-on experience provides the reader with specific and detailed instructions for performing everything from basic maintenance and troubleshooting to a complete engine overhaul.  The models and model years covered in this title are as follows:
Triumph Spitfire 1962-1981) 

This Haynes automotive repair manual includes 700+ photos and the following chapters: 

Introduction
Chapter 1: Engine
Chapter 2: Cooling and heating systems
Chapter 3: Fuel, carburetion and emission control systems
Chapter 4: Ignition system
Chapter 5: Clutch
Chapter 6: Gearbox and overdrive
Chapter 7: Propeller shaft, driveshaft, universal joints
Chapter 8: Differential and final drive
Chapter 9: Braking system
Chapter 10: Electrical system and wiring diagrams
Chapter 11: Suspension and steering
Chapter 12: Bodywork and chassis
Wiring Diagrams

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Format: Paperback / softback, 310 Pages
ISBN: 9781850100225
Illustrations: 744 ill.
Size: 8.375 in x 10.625 in x 0.75 in / 212.72 mm x 269.88 mm x 19.05 mm
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