The Alphabetical Index is particularly helpful when only a part name is known and the group cannot readily be
determined. Parts are listed alphabetically by noun name, followed by a description of the application of the part and the
final group location. Component parts of assemblies are not listed since they will appear in the body of the book
immediately following the assembly to which they belong.
At the beginning of each of the 7 sections of this catalog there are several pages of illustrations. In each section of the
parts list figure numbers refer to illustrations within that section only, unless otherwise noted. In the majority of cases
illustrations are typical, that is; they may represent more than one part number. For example, in the case of the flywheel
housing, figure 5A of section 1.0000, a single housing is shown to represent all housings. Key numbers on illustrations
are final group numbers.
In many instances a part has more than one application. Wherever a part appears in its second or third application the
basic group is shown in parenthesis following the description.
Unless otherwise specified, standard bolts in the parts list are hexagon head. Other standard parts are described in detail.
Delco-Remy electrical equipment is serviced by United Delco, Division of General Motors Corporation, from its outlets
throughout the country. Part numbers of Delco-Remy items are listed for reference purposes only.
The ASSEMBLY BREAKDOWN section is designed to eliminate repeating components of assemblies and sub-
assemblies. When the Assembly Breakdown is used it is always follows the group it pertains to.
Assemblies which make use of the Assembly Breakdown will have a note to that effect under the sub-group heading. The
note will refer to the page on which the assembly is shown. The part number will appear in the first group of the
Assembly Breakdown showing the quantity used.
All other items appearing in that column are components of the assembly.
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