Looking to find the Factory or Dealership Manual that's used in the Dealerships for their Technicians. I can't remember the Company that makes them, but I had the two Service Manuals for my '88 Dodge Caravan (the smaller of the two was nothing but the Electrical system and wiring diagrams where splices were shown to be located). The Haynes manual just doesn't cut it for location nor the Entire Wiring Diagram for the entire Vehicle.
If anyone knows what the company is that makes them for the Dealer's, please let me know.
Have you tried Scribd i have downloaded the owners manual for my jeep grand cherokee and wiring diagrams etc i also noticed other makes of vehicle's.The info is in pdf format,the download
of the owners manual was in excess of 300 pages,
Last edited by Rousie; 06-02-2009 at 06:50 AM..
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Thanks much for the link, but I contacted Chrysler Publications and since I was the Washington Zone's Technical Rep (encompassing "problem cars" in Maryland, DC and Virginia), I have a wholesale account with them even though I retired in 1989. I have the Factory Service Manuals as well as the Powertrain Diagnostic Manual for use with the DRB III.
All I really needed was the wiring diagrams but for those who want to know the number to Chrysler Publications, it's: 1-800-890-4038
Call Tech Authority at 800-890-4038 for all Service Manuals and Driveability Manuals for any Chrysler Product ever made. These are the ones in Dealerships that are mailed to them in bulk for each particular vehicle for the new model year. I paid $106.00 + S&H and tax for the two. Get the Driveability Manual if you want an understanding of fault codes and the PCM as well as all sensors and situations where there is a problem but no check engine light. Could be a "lying" sensor.