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Holden Engine Troubleshooter Reference Manual
Holden Engine Troubleshooter Reference Manual
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Holden Drover Owner Manual
Holden Drover Owner Manual
Holden Drover Owner Manual.pdf
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Holden Commodore Full Workshop Manual
Holden Commodore Full Workshop Manual
Holden Commodore Full Workshop Manual.pd
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Holden Vectra Owners Manual
Holden Vectra Owners Manual
Holden Vectra Owners Manual.pdf
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Holden Commodore
Holden Commodore

Holden Car Wiring Diagram

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Holden Cruze Wiring Diagram
Holden Cruze EWD
Holden Cruze EWD.pdf
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Generator EWD of Holden VK Commodore
Generator EWD of Holden VK Commodore
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Holden FE Wiring Diagram
Holden FE Wiring Diagram
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History of Holden Cars

HOLDEN Car Manuals PDF & Wiring Diagrams above the page - Drover, Commodore, Vectra; Holden EWDs - Commodore, Cruze, FE; Holden Engine Troubleshooter Reference Manual.

 

Holden has been producing cars in Australia since 1948, but General Motors has decided to curtail Australian production.

 

The latest car - the Holden Commodore sedan in the SSV Redline version - rolled off the GM Holden assembly line in Elizabeth, South Australia on October 20, 2017.

 

Now the concern has announced the closure of a research center in Melbourne and the famous Lang Lang test site. Thus, the brand Holden completely completes its existence.

 

About 600 employees will be left without work, and the remaining approximately 200 people will provide after-sales services in Australia and New Zealand for another 10 years.

 

According to preliminary information, General Motors plans to create a new division called General Motors Specialty Vehicles (GMSV), which will sell individual American models on the local market.

 

A company formerly known as Holden Special Vehicles will re-equip them to fit the local market.

 

Presumably, the Chevrolet Camaro SS, Chevrolet Camaro ZL1, Chevrolet Silverado 2500 and the upcoming Chevrolet Silverado 1500 will be among the imported ones.

 

Also, Australians can offer the new Cadillac Escalade.