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Kildore

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#4
Oh yes. I'm already excited. :thumbsup: Good bathroom read too! LoL. Finally time to start doing some handson work and always good to have on hand. Printing as we speak.
 

sixpack577

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#5
I asked TwoTone to if he would pin it a couple weeks ago, and I forgot to make the post so that he could.
I'm also not the first to post it here and don't want to steal anyone's credit.
It'll just be nice to have it in an easy to find place for everyone, as many people seem to need or look for it on a regular basis.:beerchug:
 

dadofthree

Seasoned Beef
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#9
I asked TwoTone to if he would pin it a couple weeks ago, and I forgot to make the post so that he could.
I'm also not the first to post it here and don't want to steal anyone's credit.
It'll just be nice to have it in an easy to find place for everyone, as many people seem to need or look for it on a regular basis.:beerchug:
credit :laugh: I think you were the first one to put me on it. We use to have them here but they disappeared. Great share :thumbsup:
 

FloydV

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#17
I may have not said thanks, so I'll say it again. It looks like I have a choice between 1999-2000 or 2008+ service manuals.
I'm thinking the 1999-2000 would be for my 2005, unless Gen II came out after 2008. I downloaded that one and the supplementary service manual for 2002.
 

kromdom

wannabe HOON
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#18
I may have not said thanks, so I'll say it again. It looks like I have a choice between 1999-2000 or 2008+ service manuals.
I'm thinking the 1999-2000 would be for my 2005, unless Gen II came out after 2008. I downloaded that one and the supplementary service manual for 2002.
Yes, you picked the correct version. You are welcome. :beerchug:
 

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