RESTORING HISTORY ONE CAR AT A TIME

Shock Absorber Adjustment

Cold weather adjustment for cars equipped with shock absorbers having square end needle valve is made as follows:

Rear shock absorbers—Screw needle valve in until it seats, then back valve off 1/2 to 5/8 of a turn.

Front shock absorbers—screw needle valve in until it seats, then back valve off 3/8 of a turn.

Shock absorbers provided with needle valve pointers—set rears at 3 to 4, fronts 2 to 3.

Check level of glycerine in reservoir. Every 5000 miles the level of the glycerine in the reservoir should be brought up to the filler plug opening.

Battery:

See that the electrolyte in the battery is at the proper level and all connections are clean and tight.

Engine Oil:

See that the oil pan is filled with the proper grade of winter engine oil (see page 291, October Bulletin).

Radiator:

See that hose connections are tight and in sections where freezing weather prevails that the radiator is filled with anti-freeze solution.

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