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hayneses.jpg This red one is a VERY old edition (#880), perfect for '80-86 trucks.  It includes many older diagrams not found in later editions.  For '87-96 trucks, a [url=http://matveynator.ru/f/95a5b03dea0e72ac31566bc78c7dc009.pdf]red cover that goes to '96[/url], or an EARLY blue cover (as shown #36058 ) would be much better because they contain much more info about EFIs, including superior wiring diagrams.

Unfortunately, the LATEST blue-cover edition has deleted much of this info, and its wiring diagrams aren't worth having, except as a crutch until you can find one of the older editions.  Even worse: there's NO difference on the cover, so the only way to tell which version a blue cover is would be to OPEN the book & look at the wiring diagrams.  If you're communicating with an eBay (or other online) seller, ask him what's on page 12-63.  If he says it's '92-later F/Bronco diagram 13 of 13, that's the version you want.  If he says it doesn't HAVE a page with that number... :)  The later version (with crappy wiring diagrams) ends at p.12-54, which is followed by a glossary of engine rebuilding terms.

These manuals are often available on eBay for less than $10 shipped, but make sure you're bidding on (or buying) the edition you really want.  All the blue covers are 80-96 so they're very hard to distinguish, but there are MANY red covers.  To see what's available right now, [url=http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_nkw=ford bronco haynes 1980&_sacat=0&_odkw=bronco manual 1980&_osacat=0]click this[/url].

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Newest edition https://www.amazon.com/dp/1563922134/
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This red one is a VERY old edition (#880), perfect for '80-86 trucks. It includes many older diagrams not found in later editions. For '87-96 trucks, a red cover that goes to '96, or an EARLY blue cover (as shown #36058 ) would be much better because they contain much more info about EFIs, including superior wiring diagrams.

Unfortunately, the LATEST blue-cover edition has deleted much of this info, and its wiring diagrams aren't worth having, except as a crutch until you can find one of the older editions. Even worse: there's NO difference on the cover, so the only way to tell which version a blue cover is would be to OPEN the book & look at the wiring diagrams. If you're communicating with an eBay (or other online) seller, ask him what's on page 12-63. If he says it's '92-later F/Bronco diagram 13 of 13, that's the version you want. If he says it doesn't HAVE a page with that number... The later version (with crappy wiring diagrams) ends at p.12-54, which is followed by a glossary of engine rebuilding terms.

These manuals are often available on eBay for less than $10 shipped, but make sure you're bidding on (or buying) the edition you really want. All the blue covers are 80-96 so they're very hard to distinguish, but there are MANY red covers. To see what's available right now, click this.



Newest edition https://www.amazon.com/dp/1563922134/
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