1964 Serviceman Bulletins
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Comment by Jason Edge on February 11, 2017 at 4:45pm

- To get all Serviceman Bulletins specifically targeted for the 1963 and 1964 Model Years, you need the Oct to Dec 1962, Jan to Dec 1963, and Jan to Sept 1964 Serviceman Bulletins.

- Supplements were issues sporadically as needed,... not each month. I know there seemed to be quite a few in 1962. I do not believe I added any supplements when I posted the Serviceman Bulletins but can go back and check and post what I have and perhaps others can fill in any blanks. I believe the Cadillac Database lists particular supplements but need to double check.

- The year end indexes are very helpful in quickly When I posted the Oct to Dec 1962 Serviceman Bulletins I did not post the year end indexes as it would point to Serviceman Bulletin Jan to Sept 1962 covering the 1962 Model Year that I had not posted and just felt, since the 1962 Oct to Dec Bulletins were only 20 pages long, it was not needed. I can add the 1962 Year End indexes if that is helpful. I also see the 1963 year end index was not uploaded and can add that also.  The 1964 Year End index was uploaded.

Comment by Anders on February 11, 2017 at 3:21pm

Yes I see the point in that. But the index is from January to December. If the Serviceman followed the modell-year it would show on the index? I'm reading the October to December for 1964 and see a lot about the 1965 cars but also for the 1964 models. Not much about 1964 cars in January 1965. Haven't read it all yet, but its enjoyable.

As I did have some supplements I wonder if supplements was issued each month or only on special occasions?

Comment by Jason Edge on February 11, 2017 at 8:59am

The serviceman bulletins for a particular model year start with the October issue of the prior calendar year, so the primary Serviceman Bulletins you will want for a particular model year are the October to September issues. For example, the 1964 model year was introduced in the October 1963 Serviceman Bulletin as seen below:

Comment by Anders on February 11, 2017 at 6:01am

Bought the complete set of 1964 and 1965 Cadillac Serviceman including index and some additional supplements. Total cost 104 USD including shipping. So thought it was good. And it was except that issue July 1964 was missing. Talked to the seller and he wan't aware of that and immediately offered a 10 USD refund.

The supplement included was;

1964: October 20

1965: January 15, August 16, November 15, December 3, and a December 3 pages template for aligning something on the doors.

So if there is a need I can scan the pages necessary and send them to Jason.

Comment by Russ Austin on February 4, 2017 at 11:55am

Opps, the almost complete set will come with the index pages.

Comment by Russ Austin on February 4, 2017 at 11:54am

I have an almost complete set of the 64.  Just missing the month of October and November.

75.00 for the set.     I also have an extra month of January, April, June, and August.  10.00 each.

email me at  russ85747@hotmail.com

Comment by Jason Edge on February 3, 2017 at 8:18pm

I found all of my originals on eBay. If none are available create filters to notify you when they are posted. These are great technical addendums to the Shop Manuals and of course a nice historical documentation to add to one's collection.

Comment by Anders on February 3, 2017 at 1:40pm

Is it possible to buy a proper copy of the complete 1964 serviceman bulletin? Even though I can print a black/white copy myself its not the same thing as having an original.

Comment by Jason Edge on August 30, 2012 at 6:43pm

They have a lot of history of the tweaks and changes for our cars. You will find everthing from the changing of fans on AC cars in 64, to going black on the firewall in 63, to making front seat belts standard in 64, to things like fixing the leaking vent overflow pipe on the gas tank, to seeing truly how problematic that passenger side ashtray latch was with no less than 3 entries in the bulletins trying to get it right. There is a wealth of information there and uncovers some ( not all) mysteries of the production of these cars!  For those interested in these cars they are a wealth of information. These manuals, coupled with the Specfication Manual and of course the "owners manual", will give you a great overview of these cars.

Comment by David Murray on August 30, 2012 at 5:21pm

These are really very interesting......didn't spot them on the old site at all. The little bit I've read so far indicates how minor modifications and tweaks were regularly being introduced throughout model years, identifiable by engine number....very interesting.

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