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Mustang II Service-Repair Handbook 1974-1976 by Clymer
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Mustang II Service and Repair Handbook: All Models, 1974-1976

This detailed, comprehensive manual gives owners complete information on servicing the new series of Mustangs. Text by an expert technical writer covers inline-4, V6 and V8 engines, and all body styles.

Maintenance and repair procedures are greatly simplified by hundreds of photos and drawings, all keyed to the appropriate paragraph. All operations are covered in thorough step-by-step sequence. Wherever year-to-year changes apply, a full explanation is give. The use of special tools and test equipment is avoided wherever possible. When necessary, these items are illustrated either in actual use or alone.

Major headings include: Lubrication, Maintenance, and Tune-Up; Troubleshooting; Engine; Fuel, Exhaust, and Emission Control Systems; Cooling System and Heater; Electrical System; Clutch; Transmission; Brakes; Front Suspension, Wheel Bearings, Steering; and Rear Suspension, Differential, and Drive Shaft.

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# 250 pages
# Publisher: Clymer Publications (1976)
# Language: English

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Registered: March 2002
Location: Long Beach

Review Date: 8/25/2003 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: $4.99 | Rating: 4 

Pros: An excellent manual overall.
Cons: Illustrations and pictures leave a little something to be desired

A great manual compared to the Haynes Manual for Mustang IIs, and comparable to the manual put out by "Motor." But it still lacks compared to the manual by Chiltons for these cars.
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Review Date: 6/22/2006 Would you recommend the product? Yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 0 

Pros: Better layout and more complete technical data (i.e.torque specs) than most other manuals
Cons: Illustrations and pictures not as frequent and realistic as most others.

This is an update to the old review of this product after a few more years of usage. The Chilton book I originally considered better pales in comparison in a few key areas, including details on repair tasks that are left out in the Chilton's manual, and included in the Clymer manual. Clymer still could've done a better job on illustrations though, but their illustrations on clutch installation procedures are the best of any manual out there.
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