Volkswagen Transporter Repair Manual: 1950-1962
The Volkswagen Transporter Workshop Manual: 1950-1962 is a comprehensive source of repair information for Volkswagen Type 2 Transporter models between 1950 and 1962. This historical archive edition covers procedures for routine maintenance, troubleshooting, repair and rebuilding.
Air-cooled Volkswagens (Type 2) covered:
Volkswagen Type 2 Ambulance
Volkswagen Type 2 Delivery Van
Volkswagen Type 2 Kombi
Volkswagen Type 2 Micro Bus
Volkswagen Type 2 Micro Bus De Luxe
Volkswagen Type 2 Pick-up
Volkswagen Air-cooled Type 1 "upright" engine 1131cc, 25hp
Volkswagen Air-cooled Type 1 "upright" engine 1192cc, 36hp
Volkswagen Air-cooled Type 1 "upright" engine 1192cc, 40hp
Volkswagen fully synchronized 4-speed manual transmission
Engine and cylinder head service, repair and reconditioning, including bench testing procedures and specifications for 25 through 40 hp motors.
Solex 26 VFIS, 28 PCI, and 28 PICT carburetors as well as fuel pump troubleshooting, rebuilding, and adjustment.
Transmission removal, rebuilding, and adjustment, including early and later versions.
Body repair and replacement procedures, including the sliding fabric sunroof. Detailed painting preparation and procedures.
Wiring diagrams identified by year.
Factory changes and updates are noted in the text by manufacturing date, chassis number, engine number or part number.
Full explanations of the operation various systems, with exploded views, cutaways and diagrams.
Required workshop equipment, tools, and equipment for local manufacture listings.
Troubleshooting tables for clutch, carburetor, fuel pump, steering, brakes, generator, starter, and wipers.
Maintenance and lubrication charts and procedures.
Description: SLIDING SUNROOF INSTRUCTION SHEET, 8PG. BUS 1951-67
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