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02-20-05, 01:34 AM   #1  
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Free Reference Material?

Are there any web sites out there with reference material for free, such as specifications charts, diagrams, procedures, exploded views/pictures, etc..

I own a '90 mitsubishi Montero RS & '82 Chevy 3/4 ton 4x4 Scottsdale camper special. I have both the haynes and chiltons books for them. Yet I still have a way of coming up with questions they cant answer. Are forums the only free source of info? Is there no free literature?

My current issue is my quadrajet. I have 4 of them but the only one that makes the truck drive decent has the electric choke half torn apart and the thing is dirtier than sin.

 
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02-20-05, 10:55 AM   #2  
autozone.com has specs and how-to information.
Also your local library may have an on-line subscription to mitchels on demand like ours does, or some other service all data etc.

 
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02-20-05, 11:32 AM   #3  
*Most* aftermarket part sources have some sort of tech tip pages on the web. A couple that I know for sure include Hastings Piston Rings and Standard Motor Products.

Brew up a fresh pot (or pull the roof off a six pack) and exercise your fingers with Google. Have fun...

 
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02-20-05, 06:34 PM   #4  
There are usually good instructions in a rebuild kit for the rochester quadrajet.

 
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