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ALFA ROMEO GIULIA TECHNICAL MANUAL FOR 1969 AND ONWARDS SPICA FUEL INJECTED MODELS
Author: Floyd Clymer
VP Book ID: 20114
Dimensions: 8 1/4" x 10 3/4"
266 pages, with more than 300 illustrations and charts, size 8.25 x 10.75 inches. It should be noted that Alfa Romeo never published an ‘all inclusive’ workshop manual for the Giulia series of automobiles. Instead, they produced a number of individual ‘Technical’ publications that provided model specific information plus individual ‘Mechanical Repair’ publications that were focused on the overhaul and service of various mechanical and electrical components. The intention was that these two separate publications were to be used in conjunction with each other in order to provide both technical and mechanical data for a particular model.
While the ‘technical’ publications were issued under a variety of different titles, they would be considered to be predominately ‘Technical Maintenance & Specifications Manuals’. In addition, the technical publications were the only documents that were ever issued by the factory that contain the appropriate maintenance, repair, service, adjustment and trouble shooting information for the SPICA Fuel Injection system. This manual is a compilation of the factory ‘Technical’ publications listed below and, while the list is not inclusive, the publications were selected as being representative for the 1750cc and 2000cc series of SPICA fuel injected Alfa Romeo Giulia models.
1969 and later 1750cc 105 Series publications:
(1) 1750cc Berlina, GT Veloce & Spider Veloce (April 1969 Pub. No. 1502)
(2) 1750cc all USA Giulia Models (October 1969 Pub. No. 1470)
(3) 1750cc all USA Giulia Models (February 1971 Pub. No. 1671)
(4) 1750cc all USA Giulia Models (1972 Publication)
In 1972, the 2000cc 115 Series (USA) was introduced and the following publication was issued:
(5) 2000cc all USA Giulia Models including the Berlina, GT Veloce & Spider Veloce (May 1973 Pub. No. 2106)
In 1975, the 2000cc 116 Series (USA) was introduced and the following publication was issued:
(6) 2000cc all USA models including the Alfetta (July 1975 Pub. No. 2374)
The importance of using the Alfa Romeo Factory ‘Mechanical Repair’ publications in conjunction with this Manual
As noted previously, Alfa Romeo also issued ‘Mechanical Repair’ publications. As these publications were meant to be used in conjunction with the factory ‘Technical’ publications, we feel it is important that the reader is made aware of the associated Workshop Manual that compliments this technical manual.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Workshop Manual 1962-1975 All Models 1300cc, 1600cc, 1750cc & 2000cc ISBN 9781588502254
This 338 page manual was compiled using data from seven of those individual factory ‘Mechanical Repair’ publications plus a number of additional pages of maintenance, repair, overhaul and wiring diagrams that were not included in the original factory publications. The combination of the manual above, when used in conjunction with this Technical Manual, will provide a comprehensive ‘Workshop Manual’ for the SPICA fuel injected series of Alfa Giulia.
Alfa Romeo Giulia Technical Manual for 1962 and onwards Carbureted Models
Owners of the carbureted equipped cars are directed to the above publication which combines a selection of the appropriate factory ‘Technical’ publications into a single manual for the 1300cc, 1600cc and 1750cc series of carbureted Giulia models.
While individual copies of the factory ‘Technical’ and ‘Mechanical Repair’ publications can be sourced on the secondary market, they are scarce and relatively expensive. We are pleased to offer these reasonably priced alternatives as a service to Alfa Romeo Giulia owners worldwide.