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Old 02-12-2014, 11:41 AM
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i thought these engines were to simplistic to be able to create such a large pdf file on 'em.
If he has the full shop manual it covers more than just the engine. If onus can get the file to me I can split it into several smaller pdfs.

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I use box.com, it's like PhotoBucket, but for files instead of pictures. You can get a 10gig account for free, upload the file and then post the link here in the forum.

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I think it was pretty clear in the previous posts that buying the digital copy off of ebay is the simplest and easiest way to go. I bought mine from that ebay site for $30 and it's been invaluable.
I looked at the previously posted link to ebay, but I'm having trouble discerning exactly what the guy's selling. The image looks like a photocopy of a 7.3 diesel supplement, though it does say new product. But it doesn't mention if it's a complete service manual or a supplement, and it lists '88 to '93 and doesn't mention turbo... and it costs about $57. I did send the seller a message, so maybe I'll get clarification.

I would like to end up with a comprehensive manual for my truck. Is there a link to something more accurate you were thinking of?
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Sharing service manual... large file

Onus, you could us box.com as mentioned

Two more options are "DropBox.com" and "Google Drive" for sharing large files. Google Drive can also OCR the pdf to make it into text which is searchable. (what it actually does is embed searchable text under the image so the original look is preserved, but it becomes searchable and copy/paste-able)

I'd love to see these manuals make their way to somewhere like Just Give Me The Damn Manual so that any one who's trying to fix their vehicle can have access. Especially since they're not even available from the publisher any more.
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Found shop manual...on eBay

Ok, I think I found it... This is for the '94 trucks including Turbo IDI

on paper, costs $145 shipped
1994 Ford Truck F150 F350 Econoline Shop Service Repair Manual Engine Drivetrain | eBay

on CD says it's searchable, costs $35 shipped
1994 Ford Truck Bronco Econoline Shop Service Repair Manual CD Engine Drivetrain | eBay

The paper version here is what these guys said will cover my truck, I'm awaiting confirmation that the CD version is really the same thing... covers the whole truck.
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I'll get it uploaded. It does have ford watermarks on it which is PITA and I'm thinking of getting adobe to remove them. Stupid people made the password on the pdf password.
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Can you save the document to skydrive and then share it?
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Sorry guys been real busy doing a Research paper for the last week, and have been non stop busy for the last two weeks at work. Getting it uploaded somewhere now. I'll post the link when its done.
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I sure could use a copy of that myself. Please post the link. Thank you.
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I sure could use a copy of that myself. Please post the link. Thank you.

I think I bought mine from a place that claimed it was "authentic" or "official" Ford literature. It wasn't that expensive, something like $30 for a CD and it came with the whole Econoline service manual too. For $30 to get literally all the ins-and-outs of your vehicle and engine, and it's CTRL+F searchable, you should consider paying for your own copy.
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