Super Duty & Heavy Duty1999 to current Ford F250, F350, F450 and F550 Super Duty with diesel V8 and gas V8 and V10 engines
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I enjoyed my first towing day with my F350V10. I'm pulling about 7000 lbs. of race car trailer, Porsche track car, and tools. The Auto Transmission does a great job, no hunting in overdrive as some have complained about.
I'd like to know more about my truck. Does anyone know where can I order the factory service manuals?
[updated:LAST EDITED ON 12-Jan-02 AT 11:46 PM (EST)]I searched the online store here but came up empty for your year. I could have screwed up the search. You might want to ask them first, as the business we do there helps to support the boards here.
Some guys here recommend [link:www.helminc.com|helminc]. It is the true service manual from what I hear.
If you are looking for something on CD, I have a CD bought off of e-bay that is the Ford factory manual on CD. It provides me with more than enough information and I use it quite a bit here whilst replying to questions. I like it and it was only $20 delivered. I found it listed under Excursion but it covers it, all the F-series up to the F750, Econoline, Expy, Explorer, Ranger, Windsatar, E53 Motorhome and even the Postal Vans. Worth a search on e-bay motors. Try Excursion for a search just cause I know you'll find it that way.
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