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HOLDEN HG Monaro and Monaro GTS 1970-1971 Shop Manual | carmanualsdirect

HOLDEN HG Monaro and Monaro GTS 1970-1971 Shop Manual

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HOLDEN HG Monaro and Monaro GTS 1970-1971 Shop Manual

Holden HG Monaro Workshop Manual 1970-1971. Each section includes detailed information and graphics to help you get your car back on the road.

Included are step-by-step instructions with detailed photographs and drawings, specifications and repair tips

Comes as an easy to download PDF.

1970-1971 Holden HG Monaro Workshop Manual in PDF format. 

This manual is suitable for the following Holden models:

  • Holden HG Monaro 6 Cylinder
  • Holden HG Monaro GTS 6 Cylinder

Engines covered in this manual:

  • 161 CID 6 cylinder
  • 186 CID 6 cylinder
  • 186S CID 6 cylinder

Below is a comprehensive list of topics covered in this Holden HG manual:

  • Engine
    • Cylinder head
    • Sump
    • Oil Pump
    • Pistons and connecting rods
    • Crankshaft and main bearings
    • Timing cover oil seal
    • Timing gear
    • Distributor
    • Camshaft and tappets
    • Hydraulic tappets
    • Flywheel and drive plate
    • Ring gear
    • Manifold
    • Crankcase ventilation
    • Engine mounts
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Cooling System
    • Radiator
    • Thermostat
    • Water pump
    • Fan belt
    • Fault Diagnosis
  • Fuel system
    • Bendix Stromberg BXUV-2 BXV-2 Carburettor
    • Bendix Stromberg WW-2 Carburettor
    • Air cleaner
    • Fuel pump
    • Fuel tank
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Clutch
    • Hydraulic operated clutch
    • Mechanically operated clutch linkage
    • Clutch adjustment
    • Clutch unit
    • Clutch pedal
    • Torque wrench settings
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Manual Transmission
    • 3 Speed Partially synchronised gearbox
      • Gearbox cover and gearshift mechanism
      • Gear change assembly
      • Gearshift selector and control rods
    • 3 Speed all synchronised gearbox
      • Gearbox cover and gearshift mechanism
      • Gear change assembly
      • Gearshift linkage
    • 4 Speed standard all synchromesh gearbox
      • Floor shift assembly
    • 4 Speed heavy duty all synchromesh gearbox
      • Gearbox cover and gearshift mechanism
      • Floor shift assembly
      • Gearshift linkage
    • Gearbox fault diagnosis
    • Propeller shaft
  • Automatic Transmissions
    • Powerglide
      • Specifications
      • Description
      • Hydraulic fluid
      • Low speed brake band
      • Transmission shift linkage
      • Neutral safety switch
      • Carburettor throttle valve linkage
      • Transmission throttle valve linkage
      • Transmission assembly removal & installation
      • Torque wrench settings
    • Trimatic
      • Specifications
      • Description
      • Hydraulic fluid
      • Servo band
      • Transmission shift linkage
      • Neutral safety switch
      • Cable & throttle control linkage adjustment
      • Oil pressure
      • Transmission assembly removal & installation
      • Torque wrench settings
    • Automatic Transmission fault diagnosis
  • Rear Axle
    • Standard Semi-floating rear axle
      • Specifications & torque wrench settings
      • Description
      • Axle shaft and bearing
      • Differential assembly
      • Drive pinion
      • Drive pinion oil seal
      • Rear axle assembly
      • Limited slip differential
    • Salisbury with limited slip differential
      • Specifications & torque wrench settings
      • Description
      • Axle shaft and bearing
      • Differential assembly
      • Drive pinion
      • Drive pinion oil seal
      • Fault diagnosis
  • Steering System
    • Standard Steering
      • Specifications & torque wrench settings
      • Description
      • Steering wheel
      • Horn contacts
      • Steering shaft upper bearing
      • Steering column
      • Steering gear assembly
      • Steering coupling
      • Steering idler arm and bracket
      • Steering connecting rod
      • Stabiliser bar
    • Power steering
      • Description
      • Check and inspect
      • Adjust pump tension
      • Bleed hydraulic system
      • Balance control valve
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Front suspension
    • Specifications & torque wrench settings
    • Front hub
    • Steering knuckle
    • Shock absorbers
    • Coil springs
    • Stabiliser bar
    • Suspension and steering angles
    • Front cross member
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Rear suspension
    • Specifications & torque wrench settings
    • Description
    • Shock absorbers
    • Springs
    • Spring bushes
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Brakes
    • Specifications & torque wrench settings
    • Drum Brakes
      • Description
      • Master cylinder
      • Wheel cylinders
      • Hydraulic system
      • Front brake drums and shoes
      • Rear brake drums and shoes
      • Adjustments
      • Vacuum servo unit
    • Disc Brakes
      • Brake caliper assemblies
      • Brake discs
      • Hydraulic system
      • Vacuum servo unit
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Electrical system
    • Specifications & torque wrench settings
    • Battery
    • Alternator
    • Regulator
    • Starter motor
    • Distributor
    • Direction indicator switch
    • Headlamp unit
    • Windscreen wiper
    • Switches and controls
    • Fault diagnosis
  • Body
    • Windscreen and rear glass
    • Front door assembly
    • Rear door assembly
    • Rear quarter window (coupe)
    • Engine bonnet
    • Grille
    • Front fenders
    • Luggage lid and lock
    • Door lock striker
  • Wheels and tyres
  • Lubrication and maintenance

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      Holden HG History

      Holden HG 1970-1971

      Released on 26 July 1970, the HG Monaro was the last model to use this coupe design. The HG Monaro sported different side striping which ran along the top edge of the fenders, under the windows and finishing just before the rear pillar.  For the HG GTS, the "GTS" badges now featured black paint fill, black-out paint on rocker panels, with the GTS 350 stripes and bonnet scoop black-outs. "GTS 350" designations on the fenders and boot lid. The taillights had a new look and the grille was redesigned.

      Source: Wikipedia

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