"Whether you are a keen do-it-yourself enthusiast or just eager to cut the cost of motoring, this repair manual will guide you through all stages of various mechanical repairs - from a simple oil and filter change; fitting new brake shoes; checking the hydraulics; tuning the engine; dealing with the electrics; or even removing and overhauling the engine - all the knowledge and information you are likely to need are here! The easy-reference contents page and individual chapter headings will guide you to the appropriate section dealing with the part of your car to be checked or repaired. The clear line-drawings will show you what fits where giving you all confidence to tackle a job for the first time. Each chapter contains easy-to-follow repair sequences with a comprehensive technical data section included at the end. If problems occur that can't be solved easily then turn to the special Trouble-shooting chart to be found at the end of the appropriate section." - introduction
Introduction - brief history & models covered - quick-reference data - routine maintenance - tune-up - engine - engine electrics - cooling system - fuel system - clutch/gearbox - automatic transmission - front suspension/steering / rear suspension/rear axle - brakes - general electrics - body fittings - accessories - tightening torques - index
160 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
Andy Hugh. 1977. Intereurope repair manuals: Escort MK II 1.1, 1.3, 1.6 Popular from 1975, PUB-2018-10.8. Walsh Memorial Library, The Museum of Transport and Technology (MOTAT).