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Old 01-12-2010, 11:54 PM   #1
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Can we start a collection of diagrams? I have found the Haynes manual to be semi-lacking. Looking to build a comprehensive resource for wiring. My main interest is in the 2004 (seems then 06-08 are a little different than the 04-05s).

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The best bet is to search ebay for the ford repair manual. It has all the diagrams and is worth the money.
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The best bet is to search ebay for the ford repair manual. It has all the diagrams and is worth the money.
Times 100!!!

I bought all three volumes of the Ford repair manuals off of Ebay used for under $100.00. If your serious about self repair and wiring, you'll buy a set.

As to downloading the schematics here on this site for a collection, I don't have the time to scan and download over 100 pages (two sided) of complex schematics....

There's a 2005 Factory Ford wiring manual on Ebay right now for the "buy it now" price of $5.99. Can't beat that with a stick. Here's the link. Hurry, ends in 4 hours.

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/2005-Ford-F-150-Truck-Factory-Wiring-Diagrams-Manual_W0QQitemZ390140123497QQcmdZViewItemQQptZMot ors_Manuals_Literature?hash=item5ad629d969

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I understand that the FSM is the way to go, and I plan on it. But currently I don't have the money to do that and I am sure a lot of others don't either. What is wrong with collecting the ones we have already and/or posting any other electrical information here?

It would be AMAZING if somebody scanned some diagrams from the FSM, but that is stupid time consuming to do and wasn't quite what I was suggesting.
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It would be just wonderful to have a FSM of my very own, but alas, I am cheap. And I love having these schematics saved away all neat and tidy in my hard drive.
Need one for a project, just print one up, get it all dirty and greasy, spill my beer on it, crumple it and throw it at the dog, print up another.
If anyone wants to upload a diagram or two, I'll be forever thankful.
Thanks Crash.
I'm surprised I can't just download this thing as a PDF file. My searches have be fruitless.
If you get bored sometime and have a copy for a '04-06 f150, scan a couple pages and make Rup a happy(er) man.
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An alternative to the FSM is alldatadiy.com. I think my 5 year subscription for the truck was like $30. And it gives you full online, searchable, printable access to the FSM including all of the wiring diagrams, connector views, connector locations, ect.
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An alternative to the FSM is alldatadiy.com. I think my 5 year subscription for the truck was like $30. And it gives you full online, searchable, printable access to the FSM including all of the wiring diagrams, connector views, connector locations, ect.
I'll check into it. Keep those diagrams coming! I have already seen a few new questions today about wiring and relays etc
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I'm cheap too, but I cannot expect someone to copy, scan, and upload an entire set of factory schematics.

If anyone else is volunteering, I have a 2005 factory Ford schematic book I'll sell for 20 bucks, shipping included. Then you can scan and upload here (or anywhere else).
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Nobody is asking any one person to scan the entire contents of an FSM specifically. For the ones I posted I just used google! I know that the diagrams have to be out there we just have to collect them.

I have one for an 04 coming, and when I get it I will try to scan a few of the more important ones.
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