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85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~

Posted By: kewlynx

85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 01/02/08 06:35 AM

Reviewed and cleaned up; dead links culled.

If you need non-Taco part numbers, please see our part number sticky. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/baby.gif" alt="" /> If you need Taco part numbers, go to the Tacoma section. There is also an FSM sticky there for 1995+ vehicles. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/nana.gif" alt="" />

READERS- if you have any additional information or corrections, PM kewlynx, and amendments will be made, rather than having several entries for people to wade through.

NOTES:
If you have a pre-84 vehicle with an external voltage regulator, the ignition/charging section will not work for you. If you have an ’85 vehicle, make note as to whether you are carbed or EFI, as the ignition systems are not the same.
Accurate links for pre-84 charging/ignition systems would be appreciated; pls PM kewlynx. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />
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For 1993 This should take care of most 3rd gen, NON-TACO trucks 88 thru 94.5 with the 22RE and the 3.sl0w.

1993 FSM Enjoy while still hosted!! <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />

tkrispin's notes:
Looks like the Steering section is missing pages 38 and 39;
the transmission section is missing mt1-77;
and the suspension and axle section is missing pages 36 - 39.

1985 FSM - READ BEFORE DOWNLOADING ***FIRST***

This FSM works for the stock solid front axle trucks, ’84-'85.

Contributed by 4WD22R:

Regarding the FSM, WARNING : Do not try and open this file over the Internet no matter HOW fast your connection is; Adobe WILL lock up. This document is 1025 pages long, and 57.58 MB!
Tech note from lscotte: Firefox users may not need this download tool. Right click>save link as...

Download AmazingDown 1.62 first.
Then in that program press the "New" button on the tool bar and copy and paste the URL below into the corresponding dialogue box and click download. This will greatly speed up the process of downloading such a big file from a server that isn't quite the fastest out there. Once the file is downloaded you can open it from your hard drive. (folder entitled ‘downloaded’)

The 1985 FSM linky to copy/paste into the url block in the dialogue box:
http://www.functionalfab.com/resources/toyota%204runner.pdf

1985 FSM on truckporn as of 01/01/2008 ZIP FILE FOLKS!!

From Luke M Popular sections broke down for the 1985:

1985 front solid axle factory service manual section (right click, save as)...
4cy gear driven transfer case section (right click, save as)...
1985 chassis dimension diagram (right click, save as)...

7MGE service manuals
http://www.functionalfab.com/resources/7MGE/

Other Resources aside from auction sites, etc.

Autozone for all makes.

For pre-1984 Toys or any other vehicle for that matter, below the Auto Repair Reference Center logo on this site it asks for a library card. Click on the link for those who do not have a card and log on:

Online library
Login: auto
Pwd: mobile

For 1990 and later Toyotas , www.techinfo.toyota.com to download. There is a small fee for a 24 hour dowload window.

For others, the Toyota Material Distribution Center.
Note: Certain inventory items are produced in limited quantities and may not be reprinted or reissued once initial inventory is depleted.
Their operators accept Visa and MasterCard credit card orders, Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 5 PM Pacific Time.

To place orders please call 1-800-622-2033. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />
Posted By: Snowtoy

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 04/02/08 03:59 AM

The Online Library, is now requiring a library card #, or am I in the wrong section?
Posted By: kewlynx

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 04/03/08 04:30 AM

They reformatted their website a little bit.

Go to the next sentence, where it says 'if you're having trouble, go HERE', to the next screen. Click on the logo and sign in with the login/pwd in the original post here. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />
Posted By: wsquaredodie

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 02/12/09 01:42 AM

Thanks Fairbanks. Nice FSM job.. Also thanks for the help figuring out how to get pics onto the site.
Posted By: Adam F

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 07/11/09 04:36 AM

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They reformatted their website a little bit.

Go to the next sentence, where it says 'if you're having trouble, go HERE', to the next screen. Click on the logo and sign in with the login/pwd in the original post here. <img src="/forums/images/graemlins/kewl.gif" alt="" />


Just so people arent confused, could you edit the post with the proper link

http://search.ebscohost.com/login.aspx?authtype=url,uid

It is a REALLY good resource. They cover a lot of vehicles and its a decently written manual. Better than Haynes and Clymer.


ncttora got its take down notice `kewlynx
Posted By: kewlynx

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 07/13/09 02:38 AM

I'd rather keep this reference thread for the early trucks; the ncttora stuff got a take-down notice on their website.
Posted By: Davepet

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 11/20/09 07:34 AM

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For pre-1984 Toys or any other vehicle for that matter, below the Auto Repair Reference Center logo on this site it asks for a library card. Click on the link for those who do not have a card and log on:

Online library
Login: auto
Pwd: mobile


I get: "You have entered an invalid User ID or Password. Please try again."

Anyone else able to get in?

Dave
Posted By: kewlynx

Re: 85, 93, et. al. Toy FSM's ~Reviewed 01/01/2008~ - 11/20/09 08:09 AM

No, it got changed up; I haven't had a chance to revise that source yet.
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