91 and 93 FSM on ebay

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by e9999, Jan 16, 2004.

  1. e9999

    e9999 You want to do what...? Moderator

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    geeez, these things are there all the time. Must be that some people are too intimidated to use them or what?
    not the greatest deal ($60)
    E
     
  2. Ivan

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    what do these go for through C-Dan or dealer?
     
  3. e9999

    e9999 You want to do what...? Moderator

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    not sure, but I got the impression that they go for around $80 or so from Toyota (the '03 set is $285 - gag!)
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  4. IdahoDoug

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    If you have a '93 with lockers or ABS, then don't get the 93 FSM. They missed a bunch of changes and the 94 FSM caught most of them.

    DougM (93 FSM owner with dozens of photocopied pages stuck in it)
     
  5. Ivan

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    doug,
    thanks for the heads-up. i've got a 93 with ABS, but no lockers.
    sounds like the 94 FSM is the way to go, but i guess a lot of the AC stuff will be wrong in that one :(
     
  6. nyk438

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    Whats FSM? ???
     
  7. Asiarider

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    FSM = Factory-Service-Manual

    One point to Mike :cheers:

    Mike
     
  8. IdahoDoug

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    Ivan,

    I can't think of any reason the AC stuff would be off - you must be thinking of the 95 as I believe that is when the switch from the good stuff to the crapola 134 occurred.

    DougM
     
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    [quote author=IdahoDoug link=board=2;threadid=10201;start=msg91274#msg91274 date=1074358939]
    Ivan,

    I can't think of any reason the AC stuff would be off - you must be thinking of the 95 as I believe that is when the switch from the good stuff to the crapola 134 occurred.

    DougM
    [/quote]

    HaHa,

    My cruiser cools like a fridge but then I have two A/C's :whoops:

    Mike
     
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    R12/R134 changeover was May 1993 production.
     
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