This two-volume, factory service manual reprint, covers 1970 Plymouth automobiles. Before you grab your 1/2 inch socket, your flat head screwdriver or your volt meter, be sure you have this shop manual in hand. It's the first tool you'll need. This enormous guide contains all of the original content which was written by the automaker for use by their dealership mechanics back when these great cars were brand new. Due to this fact, you can rest assured the projects have been organized completely, accurately and efficiently. You'll be ready to take on jobs from small to large on your Mopar classic.
In addition to the well-written text, you'll be pleased to discover these books are filled with a large number and variety of helpful visual aids, such as black and white photographs, diagrams, illustrations, tables, charts and more. The detailed layouts will help you to spend more time banging gears and less time banging your head against the wall. This guide has all of the correct specs and instructions for you to get the jobs done.
- 1970 Plymouth Barracuda
- 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Gran Coupe
- 1970 Plymouth Belvedere
- 1970 Plymouth Belvedere Satellite
- 1970 Plymouth Cuda
- 1970 Plymouth Duster 340
- 1970 Plymouth Duster
- 1970 Plymouth Fury Custom Suburban
- 1970 Plymouth Fury Gran Coupe
- 1970 Plymouth Fury GT
- 1970 Plymouth Fury I
- 1970 Plymouth Fury I Suburban
- 1970 Plymouth Fury II
- 1970 Plymouth Fury II Custom Suburban
- 1970 Plymouth Fury III
- 1970 Plymouth Fury III Sport Suburban
- 1970 Plymouth Fury S-23
- 1970 Plymouth Fury Sport
- 1970 Plymouth Fury Sport GT
- 1970 Plymouth Fury Sport Suburban
- 1970 Plymouth Fury Suburban
- 1970 Plymouth GTX
- 1970 Plymouth Road Runner
- 1970 Plymouth Satellite
- 1970 Plymouth Satellite Sport
- 1970 Plymouth Valiant
In 1970, Plymouth kicked off the new decade by rolling out an impressive line-up of models. There were levels and combinations of luxury and sport to suit just about any need. The Barracuda really took major steps into become a force with which to reckon. It tore things up on the tracks and offered good looks while doing it. Plymouth didn't take a back seat to anyone in the engine department either. In 1970, you could have economy with a solid and proven six banger, or step it up to a series of capable V8s, all the way up to monster 440 cubic inch motors and even the legendary (and beastly) 426 cubic inch Hemi. In some cases, Plymouth was even nice enough to warn the lesser cars what kind of danger they were facing, by listing the engine size in bold and beautiful "hockey stick" graphics on the sides of the rear quarters. It seems only fair...and probably helped to spare quite a bit of embarrassment over the years. No matter whether you chose mild or wild (or even one of the many great options in between), you'll find what you need in the pages of this great reproduction manual set
If your vintage Plymouth isn't where you want it to be, don't work yourself into a fury. Just dust 'er off, grab this tome of knowledge and get that cool-looking car performing the way it should.
This 1970 Plymouth shop manual reprint includes 6-cylinder and V8 engines: 198, 225, 318, 340, 383, 426 Hemi and 440 CID. You'll find complete diagnosis, service and repair procedures for all components and systems indicated. It's the most comprehensive resource available, and 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.
Please note that this set contains almost 1,200 pages, which have been conveniently divided into two huge volumes (weighing in at 7 pounds). It makes for a vast amount of valuable information for the serious Plymouth restorer!
This is a Chrysler Motors Corporation Licensed Product.
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