Originally Posted by KLC
Not that I know of. What do you need one for? Maybe I can find the information that you need.
Just about to start the ranger project. Which is resurrect the 96 splash that my son abandoned in my driveway a year or so ago. It looks bad from some abuse, but all in all, it is repairable. It drives nice despite the 4 ball joints that need to be replaced. Needs a new windshield, The holders for headlights are broken, so is the grill from a minor front collision and the oil pan is a bit rusty and now leaks. Very rusted tailgate and some bent front bumper mounts but that is about it. Always starts with a boost, runs smooth. Has the bullet proof 3 litre V6 and a 5 speed manual. Working A/C, the start of a nice sound system, a few dents (easily pulled), a matching cap, winter and summer rims, and very little rust elsewhere. I have 3 possible budgets in mind. $1000 makes it driveable, $2000 makes it into a nice little truck. $3000 buys a parts vehicle as well with enough parts to keep this running for the rest of its useful life. So I think it is worth the investment rather than getting $50 for it at the wreckers.
So the manual was just for what ever I might encounter with this project. The Hayes service manual is about $25 around here. Not sure if it is worth it. I have always preferred the manufactures service manual.