Datsun 320 Truck Workshop manual and Repair manuals pdf Factory service manual
Factory service manual for the Datsun 310 all versions. 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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In August 1961, the new 320 series was launched and was produced until 1965 in three series (320–322). The 320 series was largely inherited from the previous 120/220, but with distinct improvements to the body and frame. It used the Nissan E-1 engine. This engine produced 60 PS. Nissan updated the larger commercial Nissan Junior in 1962.
All Datsun trucks retained the front A-arm torsion bar suspension with leaf spring rear ends and have a load capacity of 1/2 ton. The rear axle was 4.875: 1 low with a four-speed transmission; as a result, the 320 was not suitable for highways above 60 mph. The fender emblems featured “Datsun 1200” and “60 HP” (“55ps” for models sold in Japan) with a “Datsun” emblem on the front of the hood.
Available body styles include a Single Cab Pickup (320), Longer Wheelbase Single Cab Pickup (G320), Recessed Double Side Cab Pickup (U320) and Three-door ‘light truck’ (V320). Although it is described (and taxed) as a minivan in the Japanese market, the V320 is essentially a two-door station wagon. The 320 was available in two cab and box versions: Regular and like the NL320 “Sport Pick-Up” variant (1963–65), which is a rarer version (around 1000 units) with the cabin and bed of a one-piece design. Its rear half is very different from the standard 320 pickup with a separate bed.
The space for bed and luggage added to the expansion, supported by market characteristics and the robust engine frame was easy to handle, it was a bestseller in the segment of the truck market.
The chassis was also a 310-sales success in the Datsun Bluebird 310 type booster, a variant of the same series, in which the X members plus a Fairlady S310 CSP311 type roadster booster. It was also used for the new Silvia coupe.
In 1964, the 320 underwent minor changes. After adding the failed Light Stout, Toyota took over Hino’s Briska, then continued with the Hilux. Mazda also competed in this segment, with Mazda B-Series. In 1960, Nissan took over the operations of Minsei Diesel Industries, Ltd., and changed the name of the company to Nissan Diesel Motor Co., Ltd. (now UD Trucks).