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MORGAN Four/4 & Plus/4 1936-1968 Workshop Manual

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MORGAN Four/4 & Plus/4 1936-1968 Workshop Manual

This Morgan Workshop Manual comes as a PDF download.

Easy, step by step instructions, this manual is suitable for the home workshop mechanic or professional technician to help maintain, repair or restore your Morgan

This manual covers the following Morgan models made between 1936-1968:

  • Morgan Four/4 Series I
  • Morgan Four/4 Series II
  • Morgan Four/4 Series IV
  • Morgan Four/4 Series V
  • Morgan Plus/4

The following Engines are covered in this Workshop Manual:

  • Coventry Climax Engine
  • Standard Ten OHV Engine
  • Ford 100E Engine
  • Ford 105E Engine
  • Ford 109E Engine
  • Ford 118E Engine
  • Ford 1600 Engine
  • Ford 1600 GT Engine
  • Triumph TR2 Engine
  • Triumph TR3 Engine
  • Triumph TR4 Engine
  • Triumph TR4A Engine

Below is a comprehensive list of topics covered in this Workshop Manual:

  • THE ENGINES
    • THE COVENTRY CLIMAX ENGINE
      • To remove cylinder head
      • Valve grinding
      • Decarbonizing gasket set
      • Induction pipe
      • Rocker and exhaust tappet covers
      • Tappets
      • Valve timing
      • Ignition timing
      • Timing chain
      • To remove the timing chain
      • Adjust dynamo belt
      • Removing the engine and gearbox
      • Stripping the bottom of the engine (with engine removed)
      • The crankshaft
      • Connecting rods and pistons
      • Camshaft drive
      • Valves and tappets
    • THE SPECIAL STANDARD TEN OHV ENGINE
      • Lubrication
      • Fitting new elements
      • Decarbonizing
      • Removing the cylinder head
      • Replacing the valves and checking the clearances
      • Ignition timing
      • Valve timing
      • Replacing the timing chain
      • Replacing big end bearings
      • Engine removal
      • Renewing the main bearings
    • THE FORD 100E ENGINE
      • Removing the cylinder head
      • Replacing the cylinder head
      • Removing the valves
      • Grinding-in the valves
      • Reassembling the valves
      • Removing connecting rods and pistons, etc.
      • Reassembling connecting rods and pistons, etc.
      • Cylinder front cover, sprockets, timing chain
      • Engine lubrication system
      • The oil pump
      • Engine removal
      • Dismantling the engine
      • The oil filter
      • Re-assembling the engine
      • Replacing the distributor
    • FORD 105E, 109E. 118E. 1600 and G.T. ENGINES
      • Dismantling
      • Removing the valves
      • Reassembling the valves
      • Top overhaul-reassembling
      • Engine removal and replacement
      • Engine compression
      • Cylinder head
      • Cylinder head gasket
      • Cylinder block
      • Intake and exhaust manifolds
      • Engine sump
      • Crankcase ventilation
      • Pistons
      • Piston rings
      • Gudgeon pins
      • Connecting rod and connecting rod bearings
      • Crankshaft
      • Flywheel
      • Starter ring gear
      • Camshaft
      • Camshaft drive
      • Valve timing
      • Valves, valve springs and valve guides
      • Valve tappets
      • Valve-rockers and rocker-shaft
      • Lubrication
      • Oil pressure
      • Oil pressure regulator valve
      • Oil pump
      • Oil filter
      • Ignition system Ford '1600' engine
      • Ventilation system
    • THE VANGUARD, TR2 and TR3, TR4. TR4A ENGINES
      • General description
      • Service adjustments
      • Decarbonizing-valve servicing
      • Removing valve springs
      • Decarbonizing the pistons. etc.
      • Valves and valve guides
      • Assembling head and valve gear
      • Cylinder sleeves and pistons
      • Piston rings
      • Cylinder sleeve fitting
      • Engine removal
      • Engine dismantling
      • Main bearings
      • Camshaft bearings
      • Timing
      • Oil pump
      • Engine sealing
      • Starter gear ring
  • CARBURETTERS & FUEL SYSTEMS
    • The S.U. fuel pump
    • The A. C. fuel pump (early type)
    • Fuel pump-Four /4 Series IV, V, 1600 competition models
      • Testing the fuel pump
      • To remove fuel pump
      • To dismantle fuel pump
      • To reassemble fuel pump
      • To refit fuel pump
      • Fuel pump-Triumph engines
      • To dismantle fuel pump
    • Solex carburetters
      • Slow running
      • Slow running adjustment
      • Adjustment of jets
    • S.U. carburetters
      • Effect of altitude and climate. etc.
      • Carburetter jet needles
      • To remove jet needle
      • To fit needle
      • Centralization of jet
      • To assemble the carburetter(s)
      • To adjust the fuel level in the float chamber
      • Carburetter tuning
      • Carburation defects
    • Tuning twin S.U. Type HS6 carburetters
      • Adjusting and servicing-jet centering
      • Cleaning
      • Float chamber level
      • Needle size and position
      • Dismantling and reassembling the S.U. type HS6 carburetter
    • Zenith-Stromberg series 175CD carburetters
      • Starting from cold, Normal running, Acceleration
      • Dismantling carburetter assembly
      • Float chamber fuel level
      • Jet centralization Procedure
      • Adjustment: setting the idle
      • Adjusting and synchronizing twin carburetter installation
      • Jet and throttle interconnection adjustment
      • Crankcase breather valve
    • Zenith downdraught carburetters Four/4 series IV and V .
      • Dismantling
      • Slow running
      • Defects
    • Double choke Weber carburetterFour/4 series V and 1600 competition models
      • Slow-running adjustment
    • Weber 42 DCOE H- Pius/4 Super Sports model
      • Idling operation and progressive action
      • Acceleration
      • Starting device
      • Fuel tank removal
  • IGNITION SYSTEM
    • DISTRIBUTORS
      • Four/4 Series I
      • Four/4 Series II
      • Ignition timing
      • Plus/4
        • Contact breaker adjustment
        • Contact breaker renewal
        • To refit
        • Distributor capacitor
        • Overhauling the distributor-to remove
        • To dismantle
        • To reassemble
        • Distributor timing
      • Four 4 Series Ill. IV, V, Competition Model and 1600
  • COOLING SYSTEM
    • Maintenance
    • Removal
    • To dismantle water pump
    • To reassemble water pump
    • The thermostat Removal
  • THE CLUTCH
    • Four/4 Series I
    • Four/4 Series II. Ill, IV. V. V Competition Model and 1600
      • Operation
    • Clutch master cylinder-before Oct. 1961
      • Removal
      • To dismantle
      • To reassemble
      • To refit
      • The clutch operating cylinder
      • To remove
      • To dismantle
      • To reassemble
      • To refit
    • Clutch master cylinder-after Oct. 1961
      • To remove
      • To refit
      • The pilot bearing
      • To remove
      • To refit
      • To remove
      • To dismantle
      • To reassemble
      • To refit
    • Plus/4
      • External adjustments and lubrication
      • The graphite thrust block
      • Removal of the clutch from flywheel
      • Replacement of the clutch to flywheel
      • Dismantling the cover assembly
      • To assemble cover assembly
      • Inspection of cover assembly
      • Adjusting the release levers utilizing the driven plate assembly
      • Condition of clutch facings
      • Reconditioning of driven plate assembly
  • GEARBOX
    • Plus/4
      • To remove the gearbox
      • Dismantling the gearbox
    • Reassembling the gearbox
    • Four/4 Series I
      • To dismantle the early Moss gearbox
      • Reassembling
    • Four/4 Series II
      • Dismantling the gearbox
      • The synchromesh assembly
      • Main shaft spigot bush
      • Countershaft gear
      • Dismantling the gear change housing
      • Reassembling the gear change housing
      • Reassembling the gearbox
      • Reassembling the main shaft
    • Four/4 Series Ill, IV, V, 1600 and Competition Models
      • Dismantling
      • Reassembly
  • PROPELLER SHAFT, REAR AXLE AND SUSPENSION
    • Rear suspension
    • Propeller shaft
    • Rear axle Moss type Four/4 Series I
    • Rear axle removal Four/4 Series I
    • Rear axle early Plus/4 and Four/4 Series II
    • Later models Plus/4 and Four/4s
    • Andrex rear shock absorbers (dampers)
    • Girling shock absorbers
    • Armstrong shock absorbers
  • THE FRONT SUSPENSION
    • The 'one shot' front suspension lubricator
    • Front suspension-dismantling (Plus/4)
    • Fitting new front suspension cross frame
    • Fitting a new rebound spring
    • Front shock absorbers
    • Alternative method of measurement
  • THE STEERING
    • The Burman steering gear
    • Testing for wear
    • Assembly
    • The drag link
    • The track rod
    • Swivel pins, bushes and hub bearings
    • Steering gear removal
    • Track rod adjustment
    • Cam gear steering
    • The Thompson track rod
  • THE BRAKING SYSTEM
    • Mechanical brake adjustment
    • Mechanical brake relining
    • Hydraulic brake adjustment
    • Relining hydraulic brakes
    • Disc brakes
    • Friction pad replacement
    • Caliper cylinder maintenance
    • Reassembly
    • Discs
    • The handbrake
    • The hydraulic system
    • Master cylinder-non-integral tank type
    • Servicing
    • Dismantling
    • Bleeding the hydraulic system
  • THE ELECTRICAL SYSTEM
    • Earth connection
    • The battery
    • The electrolyte
    • Generator-to dismantle
    • Field coils
    • Commutator
    • Brushes
    • Bearings
    • Reassembly
    • Control box
    • Cleaning contacts
    • Voltage regulator-electrical setting
    • Voltage regulator-mechanical setting
    • Cut-out-electrical setting
    • Cut-out relay
    • To remove starter motor
    • To refit starter motor
    • Dismantling starter motor
    • To renew field coils
    • To reassemble field coils
    • To renew bearings
    • Commutator
    • Brushes
    • Starter drive
    • To dismantle
    • Wind tone horns, model 9H
    • Windscreen wiper CRT15
    • To remove head lamp bulb
    • To replace head lamp bulb
    • Headlamp beam setting
    • Replacing a light unit
  • BODYWORK
    • Body removal
    • Hood
    • Side curtains
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