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Old 11-05-2011, 10:43 AM
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Free Download Factory Repair manual 7.3L DI turbo?

I'm looking for a place with a free download of a factory repair manual for the 7.3L Direct Injection Turbo engine. I've done lots and lots of internet searches, but am not having a lot of luck. If anyone knows of a site, I'd sure appreciate the help!
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What specifically are you looking for? Certain information or just the whole thing? You will find it is not quite that easy. If they were posted everywhere they wouldn't sell so well. You can pick up CD-ROM manuals on ebay pretty cheap. I happened to find a OEM service manual one when I got mine.

There is lots of specific information on the web though. Just post up what you are looking for, I am sure one of us have it.
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What specifically are you looking for? Certain information or just the whole thing? You will find it is not quite that easy. If they were posted everywhere they wouldn't sell so well. You can pick up CD-ROM manuals on ebay pretty cheap. I happened to find a OEM service manual one when I got mine.

There is lots of specific information on the web though. Just post up what you are looking for, I am sure one of us have it.
I am really just looking for a complete Factory manual, not any specific part. I know I've been lucky in the past to find some repair manuals for free download that people have taken the time to put on the internet, but not too often! Just really trying to save some $$, cannot afford to spend $200/$300 or more for the authentic paper copy!
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Look around for CD rom versions. These can be had for around $30 usually. They are often electronic versions of the paper manuals.

Also if you need it now, look into Alldata.com. They offer a package where you can get information for your specific year make model. Since you are a member on here, you can get a discount as they sponsor here. For $1995 per year you can have all the information you need for your rig.

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just so you know, f**d is merciless about those sort of things. take it from someone who got SUED just for having a website that contained LINKS to those sorts of things. those links had been posted by a member as the site was dedicated completely as a consolidated source to find all kinds of info on the 7.3l powerstoke (pics, schematics, part #s, etc...) they don't care. be careful...

as stated, you are better off buying one. the manual you seek can be had on fleabay (hard copy) for cheap.
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just so you know, f**d is merciless about those sort of things. take it from someone who got SUED just for having a website that contained LINKS to those sorts of things. those links had been posted by a member as the site was dedicated completely as a consolidated source to find all kinds of info on the 7.3l powerstoke (pics, schematics, part #s, etc...) they don't care. be careful...

as stated, you are better off buying one. the manual you seek can be had on fleabay (hard copy) for cheap.
Geez, a little over-the-top, huh?? But thanks for the warning!!
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