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Welcome to the Sears Instruction Manual

So you want to see the Instruction Manual for the Sears Automobiles? Well, you have found the right page.

This manual was scanned from a reprint (I think). Not sure what year this woudl be but there is at least one picture that shows the chain from the friction drive shaft to the jack shaft with the clutches and sprockets on the extended chassis. So this must be 1911 or newer I am guessing. Any one know for sure?

If you have any Sears Lierature that you would like to sell, please let me know. I am always looking for items that I do not have, and if I am not interested, I may know someone who it.

To open the entire document as a PDF file, click on the following link:

Instruction_Book_2.pdf

I hope you enjoy looking or downloading the information.


This is the cover page of the Instruction Manual.
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This is the page 2 of the Instruction Manual. Sections Included are "Introduction" and is some fun reading. I would love to know who wrote this stuff.
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This is the page 3 of the Instruction Manual. Includes conclusion of the "Introduction" section and "Uncrating and Setting Up".
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This is the page 4 of the Instruction Manual. Includes the section " How to Prepare the Car for Running" and information on oiling.
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This is the page 5 of the Instruction Manual. Includes the section "The Car is Now Reaady for the Gasoline. How to Proceed" and the first step.
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This is the page 6 of the Instruction Manual. Includes steps two through 5 of the last step and sections "How to Start the Engine" and "How to Start the Car Running".
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This is the page 7 of the Instruction Manual. Includes steps one through five of the last section and the section "How to Back the Car".
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This is the page 8 of the Instruction Manual. Includes four "Rules for Starting", seven "Rules for Starting the Motor", six "Rules to Ask Yourself" if the engine won't run, and a section called "Learn to Operate the Car where there is Plenty of Room."
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This is the page 9 of the Instruction Manual. Includes sections called "Advice", "Explanation of Two-Cycle and Four-Cycle Motors" and "Instructions for Removing Motor From Car".
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This is the page 10 of the Instruction Manual. Includes a section on oiling as well as a sketch of the oiler.
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This is the page 11 of the Instruction Manual. Includes more information on oiling and sketches of the engine, clutch end of the jack-shaft and oiling spots around the friction wheel.
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This is the page 12 of the Instruction Manual. Includes information about carburetion as well as a sketch of the Schebler Carburetor.
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This is the page 13 of the Instruction Manual. Includes information about ingnition including a sketch of the timer area of the motor.
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This is the page 14 of the Instruction Manual. Includes information about the coil. The card on the coils is Reproduced Here.
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This is the page 15 of the Instruction Manual. Includes information magneto and friction ring including sketches of both.
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This is the page 16 of the Instruction Manual. Includes information on fixing flat spots on the friction wheel and adjusting the friction clutch. The one picture shows the jack-shaft chain from an extended chassis.
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This is the page 17 of the Instruction Manual. More information about setting the friction clutch including several sketchs of the control pedals, and adjustment areas.
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This is the page 18 of the Instruction Manual. More information on adjusting the clutches including sketch of disassembled clutch.
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This is the page 19 of the Instruction Manual. Information on setting the clutch so that the shift lever does not move forward or backword by itself.
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This is the page 20 of the Instruction Manual. Includes sections on Carbon Deposits, loose connecting rods and leaking manifolds and sketches of the end of the cylinder with head removed, open crankcase and manifold area of motor.
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This is the page 21 of the Instruction Manual. Information about the intake valves as well as sketches about the atmospheric intake value and place in the engine where it installs.
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This is the page 22 of the Instruction Manual. Information on engine knocks and stuck exhaust valves.
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This is the page 23 of the Instruction Manual. Information on Exhuast valve timing and sketches of the engine showing cam positioning.
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This is the page 24 of the Instruction Manual. More Exhaust timing and cams positioning.
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This is the page 25 of the Instruction Manual. Information about rough running, and overheating.
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This is the page 26 of the Instruction Manual. Information on loose engine belts, loose steering components and loose wheels.
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This is the page 27 of the Instruction Manual. Information on brakes and btteries and smoke from the exhaust.
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This is the page 28 of the Instruction Manual. Includes several sections on trouble shooting clutch, engine, muffler and coil problems including my favorite, ''Explosions in Muffler''.
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This is the page 29 of the Instruction Manual. Includes several sections on trouble shooting friction wheel problems.
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This is the page 30 of the Instruction Manual. Includes several sections on trouble shooting engine problems including my favorite, ''Muffler Blowing Up''.
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This is the page 31 of the Instruction Manual. Final Page of Trouble Shooting sections. If you have read all this, you are a Sears Expert.
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This is the back cover.
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