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This workshop manual has been researched and written by automotive engineers for the practically-minded car owner who wishes to maintain his Holden Commodore VC in a safe, reliable and serviceable condition and, at the same time, reduce running and maintenance costs. The Holden Commodore covered by this manual, was taken into our workshops where the repair methods described were proved in practice. To ensure that the reader can readily identify the components, and the operations described in the text, detailed photographs were produced during the workshop research for inclusion throughout this manual.
Each section contains step by step procedures for the removal and installation of components and, where applicable, detailed instructions for the testing, overhaul and adjustment of them. For the technically minded, comprehensive specifications are given at the beginning of each section.
The importance of regular lubrication and maintenance is stressed and laid out in an easy to follow schedule. Keep to it and the life of the car and its components are greatly enhanced. Carrying out the schedule at the intervals specified also gives the opportunity of identifying any minor faults before they become catastrophies. A cracked fan belt, deteriorated water hose or faulty tyre is better dealt with in the convenience of your own garage rather than risk an expensive breakdown on the hard shoulder of the motorway.
Particular emphasis is also placed on the value of trouble shooting as the identification of the trouble source can, on occasion, be more of a problem than the cure. If used correctly, the extensive tables included on the majority of trouble causes and remedies should greatly assist in the saving of the time, temper and possible unnecessary expenditure.
Gregory's Scientific Publications Service and Repair Manuals bring within the scope of many readers numerous tasks on the vehicle which can be tackled with confidence. The cost of this manual may well be recovered on the first occasion it is put to use, and the personal satisfaction of a job well done is the inevitable bonus.
Inexperienced operators should not attempt to carry out a particular service operation before completely reading the appropriate section (or other sections which may be referred to) in the manual.