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Old 06-04-2013, 01:04 PM   #1
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4,378 pages of service for the V6, GT and Mach 1 Mustang

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Old 06-04-2013, 06:12 PM   #2
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Old 06-04-2013, 06:20 PM   #3
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4,378 pages of service for the V6, GT and Mach 1 Mustang

http://www.mediafire.com/download/ao...ual_backup.pdf
does anybody know how to easily find stuff on here?

are you guys just using adobe reader?

it wont let me click on the links

does it have a table of contents or anything?
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Old 06-04-2013, 06:24 PM   #4
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does anybody know how to easily find stuff on here?

are you guys just using adobe reader?

it wont let me click on the links

does it have a table of contents or anything?
That's the bad thing, it's difficult to search for something specific since there is no table of contents. The best thing I've found is to hit Ctrl+Shift+F and search for stuff that way.

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Old 06-04-2013, 06:33 PM   #5
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That's the bad thing, it's difficult to search for something specific since there is no table of contents. The best thing I've found is to hit Ctrl+F and search for stuff that way.
ah ok thats what i was trying to do

let me know if you find a part that has a good description for replacing the head gaskets!
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Old 06-04-2013, 08:44 PM   #6
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does anybody know how to easily find stuff on here?

are you guys just using adobe reader?

it wont let me click on the links

does it have a table of contents or anything?
I have the service manual (not PDF, but as an actual computer program!!!) for my 03 stang (Covers V6, GT, Cobra, Erc), but I am sure it would work for 99-04. It has a table of contents, Links to other parts of the manual, which is nice when it tells you to remove something, and you can just click the link and BAM there it is!!! I will have to see how I am able to get it so you can download it, or if you want I could copy the disc that I have. PM me if you want. I am always on this forum, but half the time never sign in because I am looking for something quick. If I do not respond, same username but at gmail.
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Just in case anyone is still looking for the Ford Service Manual, I found the PC program for 2003 Mustangs, not sure if it will work for any other year models.
I uploaded it to my Dropbox and you can download it here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2zsnjaqkta...g%20Manual.zip

Install instructions:
1. Unzip the file to C:\TSO
2. Run the setup.exe and install it into C:\TSO
3. Exit out of the installer without running the program when finished
4. Edit the tsobrowser.ini file in C:\TSO and modify the 03Must line to say this: 03Must=1~1~C:\TSO\~stock\home.htm~2003 Mustang~October 2002
5. Then run the program and it should work fine.

Note: I had to install Adobe Acrobat before installing the Service Manual in order to get it to work, and also run the Service Manual program in Windows XP Service Pack 2 Compatibilty Mode in order to get it to work correctly on my Windows 7 laptop.
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Old 05-14-2014, 10:12 AM   #10
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Just in case anyone is still looking for the Ford Service Manual, I found the PC program for 2003 Mustangs, not sure if it will work for any other year models.
I uploaded it to my Dropbox and you can download it here:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/2zsnjaqkta...g%20Manual.zip

Install instructions:
1. Unzip the file to C:\TSO
2. Run the setup.exe and install it into C:\TSO
3. Exit out of the installer without running the program when finished
4. Edit the tsobrowser.ini file in C:\TSO and modify the 03Must line to say this: 03Must=1~1~C:\TSO\~stock\home.htm~2003 Mustang~October 2002
5. Then run the program and it should work fine.

Note: I had to install Adobe Acrobat before installing the Service Manual in order to get it to work, and also run the Service Manual program in Windows XP Service Pack 2 Compatibilty Mode in order to get it to work correctly on my Windows 7 laptop.
I know a little old but Google stumbling I found this link and man am I glad it is still up and alive. Really cool little application. Lucky me I have an 03 myself.

Thanks for providing this.
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