1991-1992 repair manual differences (1 Viewer)

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I'm looking for the repair manual for my 1991 FJ80. From what I think I've read there isn't much difference between 91 and 92 when it comes to these 80s, do I have that right?

Only manuals I've come across are on Ebay, both pretty pricey, but it's something I would like to have for reference.
1991 Manual (eBay)
1992 Manual (eBay)

So my question is what's the difference between these 2 model years as it pertains to the manuals? The 92 is cheaper so should I get that instead of the 91 manual and still be good? Or do I spend the extra because the 91 has specific things the 92 manual won't have?

Thanks in advance.
 
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I'm looking for the repair manual for my 1991 FJ80. From what I think I've read there isn't much difference between 91 and 92 when it comes to these 80s, do I have that right?

Only manuals I've come across are on Ebay, both pretty pricey, but it's something I would like to have for reference.
1991 Manual (eBay)
1992 Manual (eBay)

So my question is what's the difference between these 2 model years as it pertains to the manuals? The 92 is cheaper so should I get that instead of the 91 manual and still be good? Or do I spend the extra because the 91 has specific things the 92 manual won't have?

Thanks in advance.
I believe there is a difference regarding connector EB1 in the engine bay. Other than that, they are the same beast.
I also sell a pdf version of the 91 FSM and EWD along with a host of other goodies for 1 price if you're interested. Link in my signature.
 

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The 1991 will have NCF information as well as A440/HF2A information as 1991 would have been the first year for these units in the 80 series.

1992 won’t have this information.
 
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NCF is New Car Features.

OP, I would absolutely purchase whichever of those manuals is in better condition. They're made from excellent paper and are are no longer available from Toyota Motor Sales USA. I regret selling mine when I sold my FJ80 years ago. I like having PDFs in addition to my OEM manuals, but binary bit-rot is a real thing.
 
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