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ntense77 09-15-2006 01:39 PM

What service manual should I get
 
I want to buy a service manual for my 2003 TJ. I saw a haynes manual that said it was for 1987-2000. Will this work, or is there a newer version that I should get?

mrbigjeep 09-15-2006 02:48 PM

i know ebay has a bunch of service manuals...check on there and see what they got

409biscayne 09-15-2006 03:46 PM

Buy the factory one , on ebay , aprox $80 . Imo.
Later ................................. 409.

bobinyelm 09-16-2006 12:04 AM

On ebay, for about $20 you can get a page-for-page copy of the factory (3" thick) manual, or the actual paper factory manual for about $60.

Skip the Haynes IMHO. I like Haynes OK, but no comparison with the factory one.

Bob


Quote:

Originally Posted by ntense77
I want to buy a service manual for my 2003 TJ. I saw a haynes manual that said it was for 1987-2000. Will this work, or is there a newer version that I should get?


js2004 09-17-2006 05:47 PM

I got mine from ebay on disk. Covers the year you need and you can print the pages if needed.

Buster 09-20-2006 02:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bobinyelm
On ebay, for about $20 you can get a page-for-page copy of the factory (3" thick) manual, or the actual paper factory manual for about $60.

Skip the Haynes IMHO. I like Haynes OK, but no comparison with the factory one.

Bob

x2..I have the Haynes now,and it is ok, but the fsm is on my christmas list :D


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