Good idea, although I dont think it would be popular enough. For instance, I have those stupid books as well, and when I get into a problem, its usually straight to the tech pages of FF to ask someone who knows.
What i reckon would be cool is if someone posted a copy of the original ford service manual/bible online...hehehe
From what I've heard and from experience at work those CD's are inteded for and only to be owned by dealerships and are not available for sale to the public. They also cost an absolute truckload, the CD would probably cost more than you're average EA. Even workshop manuals are getting that way now so that the Dealers have the upper edge, if they were available to everyone Dealership Service Departments would soon die
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