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Old 11-28-2011, 09:21 AM   #1
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Hi everyone,

Just got my first Jeep, a 1994 YJ. Stock at the moment apart from some 31" muds and extra lights!
1 week of ownership so far and it's split a coolant hose and has 2 oil leaks, still lovin' it though!

Any ideas where I can download a workshop manual?

Thanks

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Old 11-28-2011, 03:42 PM   #3
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I'm not sure on the manual (sorry), I'd just Google it.

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Hi Marc!

I'm English too, but live in New England now. Welcome to the forum
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WELCOME Did you get a left or right hand drive? I spent 2 years in SCOTLAND and hated roundabouts with left hand drive. I'm returning in May for a fortnight.
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Hi everyone,

Just got my first Jeep, a 1994 YJ. Stock at the moment apart from some 31" muds and extra lights!
1 week of ownership so far and it's split a coolant hose and has 2 oil leaks, still lovin' it though!

Any ideas where I can download a workshop manual?

Thanks

Marc
Welcome to the WF. I did a quick search in the forum and found several different post. I know you have a YJ, but this one might help get you going: http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/tj-s...ml#post1692659
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Hux,

For only $20 US dollars a year, you can join ALLDATAdiy.com and they have all the manuals loaded there. You access them as you need them, plus they have the manufacturer "updates" for the technicians and things like that. That will probably be your cheapest and best bet for repairing your vehicle. I hope this helps!

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Thanks for all the welcomes and information! I've got a right hand drive model.
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