ZIL-130 (ZIL-431410) is a Soviet and Russian truck designed and manufactured by the Likhachev Automobile Plant in Moscow. One of the most mass cars in the history of the Soviet automobile industry, it was widely used in the national economy and the army, was exported, in terms of carrying capacity (5-6 tons), occupied a niche of a medium-tonnage truck between the lighter GAZ-53 family and more powerful MAZ 500 trucks, YaAZ (later KamAZ, KrAZ, ZIL-133). ZIL-164 replaced them. Since 1986, it was produced under a new standardized index - ZIL-431410. PDF Parts catalog, Service Manuals, Fault Codes and Wiring Diagrams
The car was equipped with an 8-cylinder carburetor four-stroke V-shaped top-valve engine ZIL-130 with a capacity of 150 liters. from. at 3200 rpm (with a stop), a maximum torque of 41 kGm at 1800 rpm, a compression ratio of 6.5 and a working volume of 5969 cm³.
The ZIL-130 was equipped with a power steering synchronized with a 5-speed transmission, a three-seater cabin with a windscreen washer. Some cars were equipped with a pre-engine heater. Subsequently, transistor ignition, an alternator, a modified instrument panel were introduced. Later, the modified design of the joints of the cardan gear and other innovations were applied. The cabs of the early cars had two ventilation doors in the roof of the cabin and the hatch of the air duct in the left side of the cab above the clutch pedal. Then this hatch was removed. In the seventies the left ventilation hatch was abolished first, and then the right one. Before 1970, the side cars had a side height of 685 mm, later the height of the sides was reduced to 575 mm.