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Chevrolet G30 Van (1970 - 1974)

The G30 van from Chevrolet gave drivers a larger and more powerful option than the G10 and G20. Very few G30 vans were produced in comparison to other models in the Chevrolet van family. The G30 engine sizes ranged from 4 liter to the 7.4 liter V8, which was exclusive to this model. G30 vans were available with both automatic and manual transmission. Lubrication of chassis components, as well as checks of fluid levels, throttle linkage and the carburetor choke operation should be carried out at 6 month or 6,000 mile intervals. For a comprehensive guide on how you can maintain and service your van, refer to Chevrolet G30 1970 – 1974 repair manual from Haynes.

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