Chevrolet SS Service and Repair Manual EWD

The 2013-2017 Chevrolet SS 3.0L (LFW) or 3.6L (LFX LWR) 6.0L (177) or 6.2L (LS3 LSA) Service and Repair Manual contains all step-by-step instructions for the correct and safe repair of your vehicle.


Engine and transmission repair, installation diagram, sensor location, transmission removal and installation, error codes, engine troubleshooting, fuel system and transmission troubleshooting.

2013-2017 Chevrolet SS Service Repair Manuals

Introduction Download
Air/Wind Noise Download
Maintenance and Lubrication Download
Vibration Diagnosis and Correction Download
Waterleaks Download
2017 Chevy SS Sedan Owner’s Manual Download

Exterior Trim Download
Floor Coverings and Headlinings Download
Instrument Panel and Console Trim Download


Interior Trim and Paneling Download

Bolted Exterior Body Panels and Closures Download
Bumpers and Fascias Download
Collision Repair Download
Frame and Underbodv Download
Paint and Coatings Download
Plastic Panel Information and Repair Download

Fixed and Moveable Windows Download
Horns Download
Lighting Download
Mirrors Download


Vehicle Access Download
Wipers and Washers Download

Antilock Brake System Download
Disc Brakes Download
Hydraulic Brakes Download
Park Brake Download

Programming and Setup Download
Vehicle Diagnostic Information Download

Propeller Shaft Download
Rear Drive Axle Download
Wheel Drive Shafts Download

Cellular, Entertainment, and Navigation Download
Displays and Gauges Download
Secondary and Configurable Customer Controls Download

12 V Starting and Charging Download


Cruise Control Download
Engine Controls and Fuel – 3.0L (LFW) or 3.6L (LFX LWR) Download
Engine Controls and Fuel – 6.0L (177) or 6.2L (LS3 LSA) Download
Engine Heating and Cooling Download
Engine Mechanical – 3.0L (LFW) or 3.6L (LFX) Download
Engine Mechanical – 6.0L (L77) or 6.2L (LS3 LSA) Download
Exhaust Download

Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning Download
HVAC – Automatic Download

Data Communications Download
Power Outlets Download
Wiring Systems and Power Management Download


Sunroof Download

Immobilizer Download
Object Detection and Pedestrian Protection Download
Remote Functions Download
Seat Belts Download
Supplemental Inflatable Restraints Download
Theft Deterrent Download

Power Seats Download
Seat Hardware, Trim, and Upholstery Download
Seat Heating and Cooling Download


Chevrolet SS

Chevrolet SS is a full-size five-seat E-class sedan. Its overall dimensions are: length 4966 mm, width 1897 mm, height 1470 mm, and the wheelbase is 2916 mm. It is noteworthy that the car is built according to the classic layout.

It has a front longitudinal arrangement of the power unit and rear-wheel drive. Such a structure can bring a lot of pleasure to a true driving fan. The sedan has a decent mass, in a dry state it weighs as much as 1796 kilograms. To stop such a big guy, the manufacturer installed Brembo ventilated disc brakes with four-piston calipers. The diameter of the front discs is 355mm and the rear discs are 322mm.


Chevrolet SS has a small trunk for its class, only 464 liters. This is quite enough for the daily tasks of a city dweller, but during a long journey with several passengers and an abundance of luggage, the car will lose its practicality. The backs of the second row of seats do not fold down, there is only a small hatch for transporting long loads.



The Chevrolet SS is equipped with a single power unit, a six-speed automatic transmission with variable transmissions, exclusively rear-wheel drive. Although the car does not have a wide choice, it is not needed here, the sedan has a rather narrow range of tasks that it copes with perfectly thanks to the proposed units.


The engine of the Chevrolet SS is a huge naturally aspirated V8 petrol with a volume of 6162 cubic centimeters. This power unit is also installed on the Corvette supercar, it is completely made of aluminum, has four camshafts and 32 valves. It develops 415 horsepower at 5900 rpm and 563 Nm of torque at 4600 rpm.

With such a monster under the hood, the sedan accelerates to a speed of one hundred kilometers per hour in just 5.2 seconds, and the top speed, in turn, is electronically limited to 257 kilometers per hour. With such a displacement, you should not count on profitability. Fuel consumption of the Chevrolet SS will be 16.8 liters of gasoline per hundred kilometers at an urban pace of movement with frequent accelerations and braking, 11.2 liters during a measured trip along a country road and 14 liters in a mixed driving cycle.

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