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DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby theelanman » Fri 14.11.2014, 09:30

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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Fri 20.02.2015, 22:25

theelanman wrote:DOWNLOAD MANUALS HERE


I have added several more articles and other write-ups that seem to be popular as well as replacing the very big "Closed Loop Manual" with a smaller, revised version provided by Phil W. and a less large Black on White Service Bulletin file also improved by Phil W.

If anyone has other publications that would be useful to other M100 owners and are willing to share, please send them to me and I will add them to the list.

If anyone is upset that I added something they posted, just tell me and I will remove it. Everything I have posted is easily found via Google search, I am just putting everything I find in a common location. There are no charges for or sales of this information - unlike the people selling CDs on eBay.
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Sun 11.10.2015, 20:34

Just a BUMP

I have added some more guides that were mentioned in other postings. Things like the gearbox overhaul guides for the GM/Isuzu/M100 gearbox and the Cam Belt replacement guide from the Isuzu group.

If anyone has a favorite DIY guide they found to be useful and it isn't copyright marked, let me know so I can add it to the collection.
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby SimonR » Mon 28.03.2016, 10:53

The individual links are all giving 404 errors
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Mon 28.03.2016, 14:29

Sorry, switched hosting companies. Manuals now fixed.
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby clemo » Mon 28.03.2016, 14:43

Brit-Car-Nut wrote:Sorry, switched hosting companies. Mamuals now fixed.


good stuff .
Jim Clark S2 - 1/13. The one with the Yellow spoke wheels . No 613 on dash (pushed in to factory in wrong order 615 on tub)
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby SimonR » Mon 28.03.2016, 18:13

Brit-Car-Nut wrote:Sorry, switched hosting companies. Mamuals now fixed.

Thanks :)
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Mon 11.04.2016, 19:57

I just added the Federal Supplement WB which deals with the SIR system and the SIR Steering Column. (U-Joint alignment is different from all other models)

Service section and full diagnostics are now available.
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Grant » Wed 13.04.2016, 23:03

Thank You for this!
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Fri 02.02.2018, 17:42

I just added several new manuals and guides to the collection:
Gordon's Raft Bushing Replacement Guide
Phil J's (lotusflasherman's) Version of the Owner's Manual with added Service Pages
The GM Gearbox Service Manuals

If there are any other manuals or guides anyone thinks should be included, let me know where to get the files and i will update the list when I get a chance.
If you don't know of a source, please still add the request and hopefully someone will point out a location where it can be downloaded from.
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Giniw » Fri 02.02.2018, 17:51

Does someone know where to find the SIR section?
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Brit-Car-Nut » Fri 02.02.2018, 18:17

Look again. It is under "Fed (SIR) Steering addendum Section ". I got it a while ago but never got a chance to add it.
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Re: DOWNLOAD MANUALS

Postby Giniw » Fri 02.02.2018, 18:21

Thank you very much :D
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