Schematics, Repairs & Manuals Available.
After chasing for weeks for sets of decent schematics I found them online for a price. I spent the money for the Haynes and Chilton manuals. Both are OK if one is wanting to read a novel, but for real details and schematics, then they do not help. It seemed that most of what I needed, they didn't help. I tried local libraries, local parts shops, and even stopped at a mechanics shop to get a few copies from a Mitchell CD. However, what I really needed was more than I could pick up anywhere else.
I found the ALLDATADIY.COM website. Although the price was somewhat steep, the extent and quality of schematics on the 90s models were excellent. All systems, pins, connectors and all are nicely referenced so one can track from one sheet to another.
I signed up for a 95 4.0L and 85 4.2L. The 95 was excellent, the 85 was good, but still needs developed. In both cases they far exceeded Haynes and Chilton.
Just thought you might want to know.