Factory service manual for the Cadillac Sedan deVille 1963. The type of information contained in this workshop manual include general servicing, maintenance and minor repairs, advanced repairs and rebuild guides. Topics include Engine, Gearbox, Differential, Suspension, Steering, Brakes, Interior Fittings, Exterior Fittings, Body Panels and Electrical Systems with wiring diagrams.
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This model was redesigned for 1961 including a rear-sloping grille sitting on the dual headlights. Models in the De Ville series were notable for front designation dashes and a lower body “heel” adorned with a thin, three-quarter length molding being behind from the front wheel opening to the rear of the car. Standard equipment includes power brakes, power steering, automatic transmission, dual reverse lights, windshield wiper, dual speed windshield wipers, wheel discs, friction fender skirts, outside rear view mirror, vanity mirror, oil filter, windows and 2-way power seats. Front and rear rubber coil springs replaced the air suspension system because of prone problems. Four-barrel induction systems were now the only power option and dual exhaust was no longer available. A new trimmed short-cut hardtop four-door Town sedan appeared mid-season.
A slight facelift characterizes the Cadillac styling trends for 1962 featuring a flatter grille with a thicker horizontal center bar and more delicate a striped insert appeared. The ribbed chrome trim panel, which was in front of the front wheels, in 1961, were now replaced by corner lights. The fender of the previous design and the series of identification cards were eliminated. More the various fragments of the front end bumper appeared and now house the rectangular parking lights. The taillights were housed in vertical nacelles finished with an angled peak in the center. A vertically ribbed rear beauty panel appeared on the deck lid closure panel. The word Cadillac also appeared on the lower left side of the radiator grille.
Compared to the 1963 model, apart from being almost the same model, the front fenders now measure 4.625 cm (1.8 inches) further forward than in 1962. The engine fires at 7.0 L (429 in³) , with 340 HP (254 kilowatts) available. The new engine’s performance improvements showed best in the lower range, at 20 to 50 traffic driving speeds (mph). A new technical feature was the Turbo-Hydramatic transmission, which is also used in other models such as the Eldorado and the Sixty Special. The word De Ville is above the lower molding tape that continued as an identifier. This was the first year of production for the convertible version of the De Ville. DeVille sales reached 110,379 units, representing about two-thirds of all Cadillacs sold.
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