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#577230 - August 02nd 2012 12:42 pm 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question.
monkeyman Offline
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Registered: May 14th 2009 11:22 pm
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Loc: Detroit Area
I'm considering buying a service manual from ebay and wonder if it will cover the issue I have.

Ever since I got the van back from the painter the slider has been difficult to open and close. I think a lot of it is the new weatherstripping but a some of the parts seem worn and maybe missing or out of adjustment.

Does the service manual cover in detail the sliding door?

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#577236 - August 02nd 2012 1:55 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: monkeyman]
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I have the factory GM manuals for a 71 and also a 72 and they have all the info on adjusting the doors. Very good book to have. Brad

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#577241 - August 02nd 2012 2:49 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: monkeyman]
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If you own it you should have a factory service manual for it.
That's the first thing I buy.
They cover everything.
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#577320 - August 02nd 2012 11:37 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: monkeyman]
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Registered: January 31st 2010 8:51 pm
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If your roller assembly is worn out, I found you can easily interchange all the way to the last of the G series in 1995. My entire upper arm and roller assembly are from a 1992 junkyard find. The late model factory extended arms also have a bevel that will keep you from damaging the side window like mine was due to the weight of the door.
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#577332 - August 03rd 2012 1:26 am Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: fatvanman]
monkeyman Offline
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Registered: May 14th 2009 11:22 pm
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I'll probably buy the manual. I'm sure it's good to have.


Colin, that might be the way to go. I would need to change out the whole assembly right? For example do the rollers interchange?

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#577343 - August 03rd 2012 8:10 am Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: monkeyman]
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Registered: September 10th 2009 9:14 pm
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I have an older Haynes manual that goes into detail on adjusting the slider, something I need to do myself.
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#630072 - August 06th 2013 9:29 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: Bullet]
Nerolus Offline
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Registered: June 17th 2013 5:11 pm
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Loc: Spokane Valley, WA
Does anyone have a good idea where to buy a 77 (I have a 76) service manual? I could really use one too. Hard time trying to find one.
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#630080 - August 06th 2013 10:02 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: monkeyman]
frscke1 Offline
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Registered: June 26th 2010 7:35 pm
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Loc: San Diego California
https://www.google.com/search?q=+77+chevy+van++service+manual&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a

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#630086 - August 06th 2013 11:04 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: frscke1]
monkeyman Offline
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Registered: May 14th 2009 11:22 pm
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Originally Posted By: frscke1
https://www.google.com/search?q=+77+chevy+van++service+manual&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a


People pull this go ask google gag all the time and its never funny. I
never understood why people want to be mean to strangers on the Internet. If you can't say anything nice or helpful it's better to say nothing.

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#630097 - August 06th 2013 11:38 pm Re: 1977 Chevy Service Manual - Anyone have one? I have a quick question. [Re: monkeyman]
frscke1 Offline
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Registered: June 26th 2010 7:35 pm
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Loc: San Diego California
Originally Posted By: monkeyman
Originally Posted By: frscke1
https://www.google.com/search?q=+77+chevy+van++service+manual&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&aq=t&rls=org.mozilla:en-US:official&client=firefox-a


People pull this go ask google gag all the time and its never funny. I
never understood why people want to be mean to strangers on the Internet. If you can't say anything nice or helpful it's better to say nothing.


Didnt need to say any thing if you opened it it showed you exactly what you asked for a 77 chevy service manual...wasnt trying to be mean....here's another

http://www.auto-repair-manuals.com/Chevr...CFS6CQgodFwcAVQ

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