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A couple a questions

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Old 04-08-2012
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A couple a questions

I got a 92, 2wd, ext cab, 3.0

1. Chilton or Haynes manual? I have a Haynes manual but It does not seem to give much about the 3.0. I seem to remember Chilton manuals having a bit more info on other trucks I've owned but don't want to buy one if it ain't worth it.

2. It did not come with and owners manual, so I don't have a guide for the fuse and relay panel. Is there any way to get an owners manual or is it a waste to try to get one?

I'll try to post the other tech questions elsewhere.

Thanks,
Joe.
 
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Old 04-09-2012
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I have a Haynes for my 02.Myself i think a Chilton is a better manual.More info.
 
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I like the Chiltons manual better myself but for a fuse/relay location guide I had to call a shop and they emailed it to me and I printed it up. You may try that route.
 
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Both are crap IMHO.

Get a Ford manual from Helminc.com or ebay.

For an owners manual

https://www.fleet.ford.com/maintenan...ls/results.asp

Save the pdf, transfer to a smart phone if you have one with a pdf reader so you can have it on the go.
 
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