Re: Best Shop Manuals for '94 Explorer?
Hi. So you ended up getting a '94? Have fun.
I don't know that much about which manual is which. I just have the Hayne's
manual and it's pretty good expcept it has almost NO information on AC and
automatic transmissions. It's very clear, however, on how to replace engine
gaskets and things like that and some fairly good troubleshooting info. I'm
not sure why you would need a $130 manual instead of a $15 manual unless you
are rebuilding your automatic transmission or something.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> I just bought a 94 Explorer, and like to do as much of my own work as
> Can anyone recommend a shop manual for the 94 Explorer which has been
> found to be superior?
> Also, I was interested in getting a Ford service manual, and was just
> looking on ebay. I found a used 2 volume set for $130, and a CD that is
> said to cover "AEROSTAR, BRONCO, CARGO, DIESEL ENGINE, ECONOLINE (
> E150,E250,E350), EXPLORER, F + B SERIES HEAVY TRUCK, F150, F250 , F
> SUPER DUTY , F450 ,( INCLUDING THE DIESEL ENGINE) , L SERIES HEAVY
> TRUCK, RANGER, VILLAGER".
> The CD is considerably less expensive than the paper manual. Can anyone
> comment on how good that CD is? I'm used to computers and have a laser
> printer, so if it's the same as the paper manual, I think I'd prefer
> the CD.
> Thanks for your help.