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Ford factory shop manuals are the best source of repair information available. Ford service manuals generally include most repairs for the vehicle including chassis, electrical, engine, and body (for 1949 and newer vehicles). Ford repair manuals from 1965 to the present typically cover just one year, while older ones cover one or just few years, unlike aftermarket manuals which typically cover a range of years. This means that the Ford service manual is much more specific and detailed than an aftermarket book.
We stock car and truck manuals for Fords from 1909 until the present.
Ford service manuals you may need in addition to the main repair manual:
· 1968 and older shop manuals (with the exception of 1965) include wiring diagrams. Separate wiring diagrams are available for years 1969 and newer, and electrical troubleshooting manuals are also available for 1976-1998 models.
· If your Ford car or truck is from the 1980s or newer, you might also need an engine and emissions diagnosis manual to help you identify problems with engine sensors. This book shows you how to diagnose engine troubles, and will refer you to the shop manual or electrical information for repair procedures once you’ve diagnosed them.
· A handy pocket-size service specification book is available for Fords from the 1950s through 2006 model year vehicles. The amount of repair specifications in these books varies from year to year. These manuals contain only lists of specifications without the step by step procedures you would find in a repair manual.
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