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Humber Hawk II 1960 repair and maintenance guide free download ebook

book by Beyli Roberto and Markussen Torvall

Published: 05/06/2019, file verified: 11/16/2019
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Written from hands-on experience gained from the complete strip-down and rebuild of a Humber Hawk II 1960, this book can help you understand, care for and repair your Humber. We do it ourselves to help you do-it-yourself, and whatever your mechanical ability, the practical step-by-step explanations, linked to over 500 photos, will help you get the job done right. Regular servicing and maintenance of your Humber Hawk II can help maintain its resale value, save you money, and make it safer to drive. Download e-book for Humber Hawk II of 1960 model year.

Ebook details

You can download guidelines for repair and maintenance of Humber Hawk II in e-book format. The zip-archive contains versions for iPhone, Android and computer reading.

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Number of pages
320 pages
Ebook file format
File size
44 kB (ZIP archive)
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Humber Hawk II specifications

The main characteristics of a Humber Hawk II car. Full list of characteristics you will find in the book after free download.

Car modelHumber Hawk II
Model year1960
Country of originUK
CategoryLargeLuxury Cars
Number of seats5
Number of doors4
Body typeSedan/saloon
Car length4700 mm (184.08 inches)
Car width1770 mm (69.35 inches)
Car height1560 mm (61.09 inches)
Wheelbase2800 mm (109.65 inches)
Ground clearance180 mm (7.06 inches)
Vehicle weight1400 kg (3071.07 pounds)
Gear boxManual, 4-speed
Drive unitRear
Turning radius12 m (470.04 inches)
Engine locationFront
Engine capacity2266 ccm (137.58 cubic inches)
Engine's typein-line, 4-cyl
Maximum power74.00 PS (53.72.64 kW or 72.64 HP) at 4400 Rev. per min.
Torque163.00 Nm (16.52 kgf-m or 119.60 ft.lbs) at 2300 Rev. per min.
Cylinder size81.0 x 110.0 mm (3.18 x 4.3 inches)
Compression ratio7.5:1
Power density0.0529 PS/kg
Cooling system typeLiquid
Fuel tank capacity56.0 litres (14.73 gallons)

Quick reference data

Detailed guide to repair and maintenance of Humber Hawk II model 1960 in e-book format.

Chapter one / General information about Humber

Service hints / Safety first / Mechanics tips / Serial numbers / Safety / Off Road rules / Expendable supplies / Parts replacement / Torque specifications / Service tips / Tune-up and troubleshooting tools / Notes, cautions and warnings / Basic hand tools

Chapter two / Troubleshooting

Emergency troubleshooting / Engine starting / Front suspension and steering / Excessive vibration / Operating requirements / Brake problems / Engine performance / Engine noises

Chapter three / Lubrication, maintenance and tune-up

Specifications / Final drive oil change / Ignition timing / Air filter / Idle speed adjustment / Pre-checks / Periodic lubrication / Valve adjustment / Periodic maintenance / Tune-up / Spark plug / Compression test / Engine oil and filter change / Service intervals

Chapter four / Humber's engine

Recoil starter / Alternator / Break-in / Cylinder / Oil pump / Cylinder head cover and camshaft / Engine cooling / Starter gears / Specifications / Cylinder head / Piston, piston pin and piston rings / Crankcase and crankshaft / Valves and valve components / Camshaft chain and tensioner / Ignition pulse generator / Removal installation

Chapter five / Fuel and exhaust system

Cold starting / Operation cleaning inspection / Fuel tank / Throttle cable / Specifications / Air filter air box / Fuel level gauge / Fuel shutoff valve / Exhaust system

Chapter six / Electrical system

High oil temperature warning indicator system / Alternator / Lighting system / Switches / Ignition pulse generator / Charging system / Specifications / Fuses / Electric starting system / Voltage regulator

Chapter seven / Front suspension and steering

Front brake and axle / Steering shaft / Tie rod / Front suspension arm and steering knuckle / Front wheel / Specifications / Handlebar

Chapter eight / Rear axle suspension

Rear wheel / Rear axle / Shock absorber / Rear axle housing

Chapter nine / Body of Humber Hawk II

Rear fend / Specifications / Front fender / Rear fender / Front fender / Rear fender seat

Wiring diagrams

Circuits / Colors of wires / Connectors

Supplement / Index

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