Australian Truck Shop Manual

The entire contents of an Australian Dodge/Fargo/Desoto Pilothouse Truck shop manual for trucks made in Australia from May, 1953 through July, 1955. The indexes below should help you know which pages to download and the models this manual covers. The downloads are in .pdf format which requires acrobat reader. Download it here if you need it.

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table of contents

Table of Contents

Refer to the index above for the appropriate pages to view or download

Sections Subject
View/Download .pdf format
    These are large files - be patient in downloading
Sections 1 - 3 General Info, Lubrication and Axle-Front View/Download 5.4meg
Section 4 Axle - Rear View/Download 8.6meg
Sections 5 - 6 Brakes - Booster and Clutch View/Download 6.4meg
Sections 7 - 8 Electrical and Engine Cooling View/Download 6.6meg
Section 9 Engine - Petrol (gasoline) View/Download 6.2meg
Section 9a Engine - Diesel View/Download 8.5meg
Sections 10 - 11 Springs, Frame, Shock Absorbers and Steering View/Download 2.5meg
Sections 12 - 13 Fuel System, Exhaust and Transmission View/Download 6.1meg
Sections 14 - 16 Universal Joints, Wheels, Tyres and Body View/Download 3.3meg

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