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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-20-2002, 07:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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CJ 5 WINTER PROJECT NEED MANUELS

I bought a 75/76 cj5 motor needs overhauled wiring needs to be redone anyone know were I can download some good manuels?
I have the Haynes and Chiltons but when things get down to details they say (see your dealer)!
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Re: CJ 5 WINTER PROJECT NEED MANUELS

ebay is one outlet for original factory manuals. There is an outfit that reprinting the old OEM manuals but I do not know all the details. For the most part, Haynes & Chilton will get you by with the motor and wiring work.

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Re: CJ 5 WINTER PROJECT NEED MANUELS

Definitely Ebay, just don't pay more than $40 for it. If you wait, you can find the FSM's for about $20-$30, and the originals, not the reprints (the binding is better on the originals).
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Re: CJ 5 WINTER PROJECT NEED MANUELS

Try Faxon Auto Literature.

They are about the best source I have found for used old out of date car and truck repair manuals. Their prices are fairly competitive as well.

I have bought like 3 sets of manuals for old vehicles through them and have never had any trouble.

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