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The best reference for information - The Factory Service Manual

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MudRaider:
Without a doubt, one of the first things people look for when they get a new-to-them Mitsubishi is a service manual to help them perform maintenance on their vehicles. A lot of people settle for a Chilton's or Haynes Manual. A better choice is The Factory Service Manual. You can find that at mitsubishilinks.com While there, take a look at some of the other manuals available there. Performance Manuals. Diagnosis manuals. Lots of excellent information there. And please, leave a little PayPal appreciation for the site's proprietor.

RaptorReed:
Not sure if you knew Frank, but mitsubishilinks has been down for a few months now.

PajEvo:
Actually, if you leave off the "www" then FSM goodness is all there for you.

Like this: http://mitsubishilinks.com/

MudRaider:
mitsubishilinks.com is run by an enthusiast. For us enthusiasts.  Any opportunity to leave even a dollar or two will help with maintaining the site on the Internet. Information on how to do that is on the website.

Hooots:

--- Quote from: PajEvo on May 09, 2017, 07:19:07 PM ---Actually, if you leave off the "www" then FSM goodness is all there for you.

Like this: http:///

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Anybody got any guesses as to why there's  not a '97 catalog?

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