Service Instruction Manuals






The Service Instruction Manuals are extremely rare. Virtually all of the material on this page is a result of Club Members lending items for scanning, so a big thank you to everyone who has helped make this resource possible. These are scans of the best copies which are currently available.


Manuals

The information builds year-on-year so read the issues for the model years prior in addition to your car's model year.


Engineering Drawings

The earlier manuals included engineering drawings. You may need to look at the the drawings for previous years' models if later models are basically similar. For example the 1932 Little nine engine was the basis of the nine engines until 1936. Some drawings are repeated in subsequent years but used on different models.

Where shown, the figures in circles give the drawing and Standard part numbers for the parts indicated. The part numbers can be cross-referenced with those given in the Parts Lists to establish interchangeability between different model years.


1930 and prior

not currently available


1931

1931 Service Instruction Manual

Engineering Drawings

MkII "Big nine" engine and 3 speed gear box

16hp "Ensign" engine : not produced, may be similar to the 20hp

20hp "Envoy" engine

clutch and 4 speed gear box

MkII "Big nine" and "Ensign" front axle

MkII "Big nine" and "Ensign" rear axle

20hp "Envoy" front axle

20hp "Envoy" rear axle

Marles Weller steering box


1932

The 1932 Service instruction manual is a supplement to the 1931 manual

1932 Service Instruction Manual

Engineering Drawings

MkI "Little nine" engine

Marles Weller "O" type steering box 1

Marles Weller "O" type steering box 2


1933

1933 Service Instruction Manual

Engineering Drawings

"Little nine" engine : similar to 1932

"Big nine" engine gear box and clutch part1 with auminium bellhousing

"Big nine" engine gear box and clutch part2

"Little twelve" and "Big twelve" engine

"Sixteen" and "Twenty" engine

"Little nine","Big nine","Little twelve" and "Big twelve" 4 speed gear box with steel bellhousing

"Sixteen" and "Twenty" 4 speed gear box and clutch

"Little nine" front axle

"Big nine" front axle

MkII "Twenty" front axle

"Little nine" and "Little twelve" rear axle

"Big nine" and "Sixteen" rear axle

MkII "Twenty" rear axle


1934

1934 Service Instruction Manual

Engineering Drawings

"Nine" engine : similar to 1932 little nine

"Ten"and "Twelve four"enigine ( all-new new with 3 bearing crank )

"Twenty"engine

"Nine" and "Ten" front axle

MkII "Twenty" front axle

"Nine" and "Ten" rear axle

"Sixteen" rear axle

"Twenty" rear axle


1935

The 1935 service instructionmanual is a supplement to the 1934 manual

1935 Service Instruction Manual

No new engineering drawings were issued for 1935, however models were mechanically similar with the exception that he 4 cylinder Ten and Twelve engines and the four speed gear box underwent strengthening changes. At the present time no engineering drawings are available showing these. Please see the 1934-35parts list for details.


1936

1936 Service Instruction Manual

No engineering drawings were issued for 1936


1937

1937 Service Instruction Manual : coming soon


1938

1938 Service Instruction Manual : coming soon


1939 to 1946

1939-46 Service Instruction Manual : coming soon


1947 onwards

not currently available


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