The five volumes of this shop manual provide the Service Technician with complete information for the proper servicing of all the 1969 line of Ford Passenger Cars.The information is grouped according to the type of work being performed, such as frequently performed adjustments and repairs, invehicle adjustments, major repair, etc. Specifications, maintenance information and recommended special tools are included. The descriptions and specifications in this manual were in effect at the time this manual was approved for printing. Ford Motor Company reserves the right to discontinue models at any time, or change specifications or design, without notice and without incurring obligation.
Ford Car Shop Manual Volume One Chassis
Individual carline shop manuals have been combined in one Car Shop Manual divided into five volumes for 1969. The 1969 Car Shop Manual has been organized into general Groups as in previous shop manuals. All Groups are listed in the Group index on the first page of each Volume. Groups not contained in a given Volume are listed with a solid gray background.
To locate the beginning page of any particular Group, first select the Volume containing that Group. Bend the manual until the black mark on the first page of the Group can be seen in line with the Group title on the first page of the Volume. The first page of each Group lists the material contained in the Group under Part headings and also lists the beginning page of each Part.
On the beginning page of each Part, there is a Part index which lists in detail all information appearing in the Part, the page where the information is given, and the vehicles to which the information applies. All pages carry a six-digit number which indicates the Group, Part and Page number.
The vehicle warranty number is the first line of numbers and letters appearing on the Warranty Plates (Fig. 1). The Warranty Plate is riveted to the left front door lock face panel. The first number indicates the model year. The letter following the model year number indicates the manufacturing assembly plant. The next two numbers designate the Body Serial Code followed by a letter expressing the Engine Code. The group of six digits remaining on the first line indicate the Consecutive Unit Number.