Holden EH HD HR repair manual 1963-1968 Ellery NEW
Holden 1963-1968 EH HD HR Ellery Repair Manual
NEW - 328 pages
Holden's red engine 149 and 179 cubic inch engines and fully synchromesh transmissions. Classic body style EH then the radical HD & HR. Wiring Diagrams, factory specifications, The Ellery manual even covers the high performance EH-S4, HD & HR-X2 models. This is a reproduction of the genuine factory workshop manual for the mid-1960s Holdens, the EH, HD and HR models. It provides full descriptions of repair and maintenance procedures for all three models including sedan, station wagon and utility. Engines covered are all inline 6-cylinder OHV: 149 cubic inches (2442 cc) high and low compression 161 cubic inches (2638 cc) high and low compression 179 cubic inches (2933 cc) 179 cubic inches (2933 cc) X2 186 cubic inches (3048 cc) 186 cubic inches (3048 cc) X2 Transmissions described are: 3-speed manual (coloumn shift, synchromesh on 2nd and 3rd gears) Hydramatic 3-speed automatic with 2-stage 1st gear.
About the Holden EH
The EH was released in August 1963 replacing the Holden EJ series and was the first Holden to incorporate the new "Red" motor. This new "Red" motor featured 7 main bearings as opposed to 4 for the "Grey" motor and a larger capacity of 149ci (2400cc) or 179ci (2900cc). These motors were attached to "three speed" manual or "Hydramatic" three speed automatic transmissions with a column gear shifter; the three speed manual (column shift) gear box having no synchromesh on first gear which meant the driver had to be proficient in double de-clutching or riding second gear at slow speed. A total of 256,959 EH Holdens were produced and sold from 1963 to 1965, when the EH was replaced by the Holden HD series.The Holden EH range was offered in the following models: * Standard sedan * Standard Station Sedan (station wagon) * Special sedan * Special Station Sedan (station wagon) * S4 Special sedan * Premier sedan * Premier Station Sedan (station wagon) * Utility * Panel van
"Standard" models were basic with no real badging and were mostly fitted with 149ci engines, rubber floors, no radio and generally one-tone acrylic paint jobs. "Special" models came equipped with chrome strips all round, carpet was an option, a console radio, special badges and two-tone paint jobs still in acrylic paint. "Premier" was the top of the range model with all the trimmings; metallic enamel paint, a centre console heater, upgraded interior, deep dish rims and examples these days are very rare. The Standard EH was the same price as its predecessor (EJ) at AU02.The "S4 Special" was introduced in September 1963 and featured a larger fuel tank, hardened gears, metal lined brake shoes and a larger tailshaft. Six examples were produced at Holden's Dandenong plant in Melbourne and approximately 120 cars were built at Pagewood in Sydney.
About the Holden HD
The Holden HD sedans and station wagons were released in February 1965 with coupe utility and panel van body styles following in July of that year. The HD range replaced the Holden EH series which had been in production since 1963. The HD had a completely new body, which was wider and longer than that of the EH and offered significant increases in passenger space, load space and equipment levels. Disc brakes were offered for the first time on a Holden model and the optional Hydramatic three–speed automatic transmission as used in the EH was replaced by a Powerglide two– speed unit.The HD was also the first Holden to be offered with a factory performance engine option, the “X2”. The Holden HD passenger vehicle range offered 4 door sedan and 5 door station wagon bodystyles in three trim levels with the six models marketed as follows:
* Holden Standard Sedan * Holden Standard Station Sedan * Holden Special Sedan * Holden Special Station Sedan * Holden Premier Sedan * Holden Premier Station Sedan The HD commercial vehicle range was offered in 2 door coupe utility and 2 door panel van variants, marketed as follows: * Holden Utility * Holden Panel Van
About the Holden HR
The Holden HR range was released in April 1966, replacing the Holden HD series which had been in production since 1965. In additional to a revised grille, the HR featured a reworked roofline and larger rear window (on the sedans), revised rear lights (on sedans and wagons) and changes to almost all exterior body panels. Other changes included a widened track, improved interior trim and woodgrain interior finish for the Premier models. Six months after the launch of the HR, all models were given a safety upgrade with the addition of front safety belts, windscreen washers, reversing lights, sunvisors and a shatterproof interior rearview mirror. The Holden HR passenger vehicle range offered 4 door sedan and 5 door station wagon body styles in three trim levels with the six models marketed as follows. * Holden Standard Sedan * Holden Standard Station Sedan * Holden Special Sedan * Holden Special Station Sedan * Holden Premier Sedan * Holden Premier Station Sedan The HR commercial vehicle range was offered in 2 door coupe utility and 2 door panel van variants, marketed as follows: * Holden Utility * Holden Panel Van
Holden 1963-1968 EH HD HR Ellery Repair Manual 1964 1965 1966 1967
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