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Old 03-10-2002, 04:06   #1 (permalink)
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EF Workshop Manual

Hi there

Does anybody know where I can get a full workshop manual, (not the gregory's type) for an EF Falcon?

Have checked out the usual secondhand book shops but to no avail.

Have had a workshop manual for my XF and that was telephone book size so I'm guessing that by EF stage they probably span two manuals.

And advice would be greatly appreciated.

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You can get a new one from Pit Stop in King St or around the corner at Rellem's in Hay St. If they don't have them in stock they will get one in for you. Not cheap though.
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WOW

That was fast FAST!

Thanks Aussie Blue, will give them a try.

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That was fast FAST!

Thanks Aussie Blue, will give them a try.

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If you cant get a genuine one the Max Ellery ones are ok (better than Gregorys thats for sure)
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On the subject of EF workshop manuals i have one and it doesn't span two books, just the one bloody big book. Last time i looked my local Ford dealer had a copy.
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Yep, City ford in Sydney tend to have them always in stock, (From what I have heard).

Again, not cheap though, about $120 from memory.
But worth every cent IMHO.

Yeah, its only one book, and very big in size, about 2/3 of the Yellow pages (Both the A-L & M-Z), and covers everything from Airbags, ABS, Auto Tran, Man Tran, Diffs, Brakes, I6, V8, Interior, electrics, Decks, Smartlock, etc etc etc.....
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I work up the street from Pistop so I checked today. One three part EF/EL manual on the shelf $249.95. Makes the $100 I paid for the NA/NC manual seem like a bargain.
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Hi

Although I saved a lot of money on the XF using the manual, I must admit that $250 is probably more than I expected to pay.

It appears from the responses above that there are a few different types available.

Will just have to shop around. $120 for the one from Ford sounds reasonable.

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I work up the street from Pistop so I checked today. One three part EF/EL manual on the shelf $249.95. Makes the $100 I paid for the NA/NC manual seem like a bargain.
in about 1995, I borrowed an EA/NA Falc/Fair/LTD Ford manual from the library, spilt something on one of the pages, library said its now useless which is wasn't and I had to pay for it, cost me $36

I know which library has an EF manual, might have to borrow it and read it over a drunken beer or too :s3

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