This 1973 Oldsmobile Chassis Service Manual is a high-quality reproduction of the original equipment manufacturer (OEM) shop manual which was first written and published by Oldsmobile Division for use by their service teams. With over 1,200 pages of detailed instructions and specifications, this is the definitive guide for service and maintenance on these classic American automobiles. The comprehensive text has been thoughtfully paired with a large number and variety of visual aids in order to assist you all along the way. From small projects to large, you'll find what you need in the pages of this massive guide. It contains the original content, but has been conveniently divided into two manuals for ease of use.
NOTE: This 1973 Oldsmobile chassis service manual covers the servicing of mechanical operations, but NOT the body. For body information, please see the 1973 Fisher Body Service Manual, which can be found by clicking here...1973 Fisher Body Service Manual.
OLDSMOBILE MODELS COVERED:
- 1973 Oldsmobile 98
- 1973 Oldsmobile 98 Regency
- 1973 Oldsmobile Custom Cruiser
- 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass
- 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass S
- 1973 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
- 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88
- 1973 Oldsmobile Delta 88 Royale
- 1973 Oldsmobile Omega
- 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado
- 1973 Oldsmobile Toronado Brougham
- 1973 Oldsmobile Vista Cruiser
In 1973, Oldsmobile had you covered with compact, midsize and large cars. There were luxury coupes and a convertible. The Omega was a handsome smaller car. The legendary Cutlass was popular and stylish. The Delta 88 offered beautiful lines, as did the Ninety-Eight. Be sure to keep these beautiful models in fine shape by arming yourself with the complete and correct details for service and maintenance.
Wait! Let's not forget about the glorious station wagons. In 1983, the smash hit movie National Lampoon's Vacation introduced us to a decked-out, mammoth station wagon. It was called the Wagon Queen Family Truckster. Long before the movie, Oldsmobile already had you set with regards to the biggest and baddest wagons. From big to WOW!, they didn't mess around during the early seventies. In the film, the car salesman attempts to talk Chevy Chase into buying the Family Truckster as it's the one, "if you're thinking about taking the whole tribe cross-country." That poor Truckster wouldn't have a chance, if it was competing with what Oldsmobile offered in their 1973 Custom Cruiser. With an enormous 455 cubic inch V8 thundering away under an air-craft carrier sized hood, you were ready to hit the road. Surrounded by over 5,000 pounds of America's finest steel, these machines practically became members of the family. When it's time to take care of yours, this is the ultimate source. After all, you'll want your beloved cruiser to run at its best as you confidently cruise across the country...perhaps even to America's favorite family fun park.
This reproduction, factory-written shop manual is perfect for service, repairs, restoration and rebuild projects. Clear illustrations and photos show exploded views, as well as component details, plus specifications on engine data, engine torque, carburetion and more.
Subject: 1973 Oldsmobile Chassis Service Manual - Includes Detailed Procedures and Instructions.
| OEM Part Number: 73OLDSSM