Owned by Nissan, Datsun is a popular automotive brand that began production in 1931. The Datsun name was originally phased out in 1986 but was relaunched in 2013 and focused on low-cost vehicles for emerging markets around the world. Datsun manufactured various well-known cars and is most famous for models like the 510. Datsun entered the American market in 1958 and began branding some of its cars as Nissan in the 1960s.
Datsun models manufactured between 1970 and 1983 used the same 6-cylinder engine, which made them easier to manufacture and upgrade to newer versions. This Datsun L-series engine remained popular even in recent years, where enthusiasts picked their own parts to modify these engines to their specifications. We have a selection of Datsun repair manuals available to help you with repairs, services, and upgrades to your Datsun. These manuals are packed with step-by-step guides to help you with your DIY Datsun projects.