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Old 06-28-2008, 08:03 PM   #41
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thx dood- got the Thriller while I was there too

haha, forgot that was there.
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Old 08-14-2008, 11:21 AM   #42
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so who has a 94-95 FSM?
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Old 08-14-2008, 12:15 PM   #43
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so who has a 94-95 FSM?
Thats what i was thinking. Yaharr Matey!
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so who has a 94-95 FSM?
+1 I'd like to have it for my 95. Having it for my 96 wouldn't be a bad idea either.
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Old 08-14-2008, 12:43 PM   #45
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Hell, folks. The paper version is only $50, and a lot more convenient than a PDF when actually working on your car.
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i usually sit my laptop on my valve cover when working and im cheap as hell.
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Scott, none of your links in this thread work anymore. Can you get that 93 manual back up?
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its on mywebsite in the pdf folder.
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Old 08-14-2008, 01:15 PM   #49
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Hell, folks. The paper version is only $50, and a lot more convenient than a PDF when actually working on your car.
If you've got a link to the real service manual for $50, I'd appreciate it. So far the only ones I've found are twice that.
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$50 FSM - http://www.finishlineperformance.com...cat=340&page=1

However, it's only 8" x 6", definitely not what I expected. I haven't taken the wrapping off mine yet, and may send it back.

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Exactly where I got mine from as well. Yes, it's smaller than a standard 8.5x11 page, hoever I find it to be pretty much the perfect size to hold in one hand or stick in a recess on the car- especially if I'm upside down under the dash and need to reference a wire color.

Despite the size it's perfectly readable, and the single most complete manual you can buy for your car at any price.
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Old 08-14-2008, 01:32 PM   #52
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I would recommend the "large loose leaf" manual which is actually what is used in the shop. I have it for my 91; it came as (2) 3-ring binders. I also have all the wiring diagrams, so it must be different than what finish line is offering.

The .pdf is fine too. Just print the pages you need and bring them to the garage.

All that aside, I'm glad to have it, but I don't think I've ever used my shop manual.
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Does anyone still have the 01 FSM?
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Does anyone still have the 01 FSM?
i am looking for this also.
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what do you lneed from the 01? I have the 99-00 but if you are looking for wiring or anything else that is different sorry.
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I have the MSM wiring stuff up under useful saved posts....its very similar. I think Shuiend might have the complete 01 FSM.
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Old 12-07-2010, 10:51 AM   #57
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Yup, curious to see what is out there too. I have a 1990 FSM in pdf, wouldn't mind a 1.8+ version as I'll put putting a 1.8L in my 90 soon.

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the MSM is more 99-00 based. i was looking for the wiring for VVT and the cam angle sensor at the back of the valve cover.

i PM'd Shuiend last night on a whim and he hooked me up to a link on y8's website.
i will let him post it if his website could handle that traffic.
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Bump from the dead. If anyone has a copy of the '99-00 FSM or '01+ FSM, it would be greatly appreciated. Specifically the full ECU pinouts for 99 and 01 cars. Send a PM or email them to me via Trackspeed.
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its on mywebsite in the pdf folder.
I don't remember seeing ECU pinouts in it though. Travis from Boundary used to have an ECU pinout diagram on his website in the e420c n00b zip file.
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