Don't let neglected repair and maintenance tasks keep you from enjoying your vintage Mopar machine. This 1968 Plymouth Service Manual reprint is a high-quality, freshly-printed and packaged, reproduction of the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) manual, which was published by the Plymouth Division of the Chrysler Corporation for use by their dealership mechanics back when these classics were brand new. It covers 1968 Plymouth automobiles, including the following models:
- 1968 Plymouth Barracuda
- 1968 Plymouth Belvedere
- 1968 Plymouth Belvedere Satellite
- 1968 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban
- 1968 Plymouth Fury I
- 1968 Plymouth Fury I Suburban
- 1968 Plymouth Fury II
- 1968 Plymouth Fury II Custom Suburban
- 1968 Plymouth Fury III
- 1968 Plymouth Fury III Sport Suburban
- 1968 Plymouth Fury Sport
- 1968 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban
- 1968 Plymouth Fury Suburban
- 1968 Plymouth Fury VIP
- 1968 Plymouth GTX
- 1968 Plymouth Road Runner
- 1968 Plymouth Satellite
- 1968 Plymouth Satellite Sport
- 1968 Plymouth Valiant 100
- 1968 Plymouth Valiant
- 1968 Plymouth Valiant Signet
Containing over 900 pages, you'll find this shop manual has been loaded with step-by-step instructions, as well as a huge number and variety of visual aids (including wiring diagrams!) to assist you all along the way. You'll find instructions for jobs from small to large. There are complete diagnosis, service and repair procedures for all components and systems indicated. This reproduction manual includes all of the original content from the automaker, so you know that jobs have been organized completely, accurately and efficiently. Scroll down this page to the Table of Contents section and click to see all of the systems covered.
In 1968, Plymouth gave you plenty choices, especially when it came to power plants. You had your pick from gas sipping to gas guzzling. This guide covers them all. There were solid 170 and 225 cubic inch displacement (CID) six cylinders, as well as mild to wild 273, 318, 340, 383, 426 and 440 CID V8 engines. Add in a variety multi-carburetor options and various compression ratios and you could really pick an engine to suit your specific needs. Obviously performance was still at the forefront in 1968. The legendary 426 Hemi and the brawny 440 were at the top of the muscle car food chain. The good news is, whatever power plant you have motivating your 1968 Plymouth, this detailed guide has all of the specifications and instructions to keep that Mopar classic running at its best.
This manual is perfect for the restorer, or anyone working on one of these vehicles. Clear illustrations show exploded views, as well as component details, plus specs on engine data, engine torque, carburetion and more.
This is a Chrysler Motors Corporation Licensed Product.
Subject: Transportation: Automotive: 1968 Plymouth service manual | OEM Part Number: 81-570-8450