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Old 04-22-2005, 23:38   #1 (permalink)
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I'm considering buying a workshop manual to help me sort out the wiring (harnesses, connectors etc) for my conversion. Do these manuals go into explicit detail or would I be waisting $250?
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What Model Car is it for? That is alot for a Workshop Manual IMO?
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If it's the EF/EL manual there is tree volumes and I believe it covers every thing you could want to know. I will get one when I have the spare cash...
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If it's the EF/EL manual there is tree volumes and I believe it covers every thing you could want to know. I will get one when I have the spare cash...
haynes does a ok manual with a lot of wiring schematics,retails at about $30.00 frm repco. what are you actually after search the web it will most likely be there, if not i will scan what you need and email
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Sorry guys I forgot to mention its for an EFII. I've already got the Gregories however I need more detailed pictures and information.

I appreciate the offer reece1! I'm interested in the cars electrical harnesses and how they all tie in together (BCM, auto trans harness, ecu harness etc). If you can be bothered i'd appreciate if you scan a few pages.

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Sorry guys I forgot to mention its for an EFII. I've already got the Gregories however I need more detailed pictures and information.

I appreciate the offer reece1! I'm interested in the cars electrical harnesses and how they all tie in together (BCM, auto trans harness, ecu harness etc). If you can be bothered i'd appreciate if you scan a few pages.

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i will grab the book from work when i go in and scan them,.
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i brought the book home and just looked at it,it is pretty useless.i have a gregories e.f.i trouble shooting manual will grab it tomorrow.im sure it has a detailed schematic.the haynes has a lot of pages of blinker,electric windows etc and even that is pathetic really
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LOL... so what do they publish in the thing that makes it 3 volumes??
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LOL... so what do they publish in the thing that makes it 3 volumes??
someone posted on this site www.myford.com.au put in your model and click on glovebox
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what the story wityh that site? I've registered 3 times and i never receive a confirmation email with my login details!
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