This 1975-1976 GMC Motorhome Shop Manual is a high-quality, PRINT, reproduction of the original equipment manufacturer's (OEM) shop manual, which was first published by GMC Truck & Coach Division.
When it came to motorhomes in the 1970s, GMC went all-in. While other brands were little more than awkward-looking, boxy, conversions, GMC offered industry-leading function along with beautiful styling. By designing and building the vehicles in-house, GMC was able to use their vast expertise to offer a cohesive design, which was sleek, innovative and functional. With appealing lines and the clever use of mechanical components, these vehicles were miles ahead of the competition. Unlike many of their competitor’s models, they were more than just a luxurious alternative to a tent. These GMC machines were just as much about enjoying the journey as they were to appreciating the destination.
It’s no surprise that these classic GMC motorhomes are still wildly popular today. As with any modern-day motor-vehicle, there are a staggering amount of parts and mechanisms working in harmony to make it all work. When it comes time for service and maintenance on your classic, you’ll definitely want to have this helpful guide in your hands. This mammoth book contains in excess of 850 pages of step by step instructions and visual tools to walk you through what you need to know.
In addition to general information, periodic maintenance and lubrication, you’ll find chapters addressing such areas as: body, heating and air conditioning, frame, front suspension and final drive, rear suspension, brakes, engine, cooling system, fuel system, emission control systems, electrical, transmission, fuel tank and exhaust, steering, wheels tires, chassis electrical, radiator and coolant recovery system, bumpers and miscellaneous GMC living area facilities.
That’s right! Pay particular attention to the last item on the list—“miscellaneous GMC living area facilities”. You will love the fact that this book covers WAY more than just the normal mechanical components of your average truck shop manual. It also has about 200 pages worth of great information regarding the living area. You’ll soon discover it has all the details you need related to projects on such items and systems as: living area electrical, motor generator, refrigerator, roof-mounted air conditioner, LP gas system, furnace, range/oven, living area water system, toilet, holding tank and drainage system, cabinets and furniture, exhaust vents and other equipment.
Not only is this manual packed with a huge number of black and white photographs, illustrations, diagrams, charts, cut-away views, exploded views and other handy visual aids, it also contains fourteen different wide-format wiring diagrams (8.5” x 24”)! This is the definitive source for service and maintenance on these wonderful vehicles.
NOTE: We also offer a 1973-1978 GMC Motorhome/Transmode parts book, which can be found by clicking here…1973-1978 GMC Motorhome Parts Book
- 1975 - 1976 GMC Motorhome ZEO 6581 - 1974 and 1975 ZEO 6581 models are very similar and may also benefit from this manual.
- 1975 - 1976 GMC Transmode ZEO 6083 - 1974 and 1975 ZEO 6083 models are very similar and may also benefit from this manual.
- 1975 - 1976 GMC Transmode ZEO 6583 - 1974 and 1975 ZEO 6583 models are very similar and may also benefit from this manual.
This 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: 1975 - 1976 GMC Motorhome Maintenance Manual - Includes Detailed Procedures and Instructions.
| OEM Part Number: X-7525