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1981 Toyota Cressida Service Shop Repair Manual for Collision Damaged Body

Price $22.00 $17.60 Details W: 8.5 x H: 11 x D: 0.1875 Weight 0.50 lbs. Page Count 100 Condition Used Original - Good Item Type Factory Manual Inventory Number SM-28010 OEM Number Pub No 36118 In Stock
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1981 Toyota Cressida Service Shop Repair Manual for Collision Damaged Body. ORIGINAL.

This repair manual has been prepared to provide information on the repair methods (including cutting and welding operations, but excluding painting) recommended by Toyota for collition-damaged body components of the Toyota Cressida. The descriptions and specifications contained in the manual were in effect at the time of publication. Note: These manuals were never meant as restoration manuals, as that is not within the regular scope of work done by dealership service departments.

Applicable models: RX60, LX60, MX62, RX62 series.

This manual consists of body repair methods, repair time schedules, exploded diagrams and illustrations of the body components and other information relating to body repair operations such as body sealing points, tools and equipment, etc. However, it should be noted that the information on the repair method of front fender is not contained in this manual, because the front fenders on all the Totota models are bolted on and require no welding.

Body Repair
Body Sealing
Body Dimensions
Parts List
Tools & Equipment
Repair Time Schedules

For the service of other than collision-damaged body components of the Toyota Cressida, refer to the following repair manuals (not included).

21R, 22R Engine Repair Manual (Pub No 36056).
L Engine Repair Manual (Pub No 98348)
5M-E Engine Repair Manual (Pub No 98395)
5M-E Engine Repair Manual Supplement (Pub No 36058 USA & Canada)
5M-E Engine Repair Manual Supplement (Pub No 36059 Australia)
Chassis and Body Repair Manual (Pub No 36091)

Condition: Tearing at staples in spine. Cover loosely still attached. ~1.5" tear in back cover. Service Manuals have been used in Dealerships, Independent Garages and in Fleet Environments and thus reflect such use, most often showing signs of soiling and may show other signs of age and wear, but the information within is still legible and can give valuable insight in the care and maintenance of vehicles. The images shown are reflective of the of kind of condition one might find of manuals that are shipped.

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