You do not mention which CD-ROM "factory service manual" - there are probably more variations than there are dog hairs on the cargo carpet...
I've worked with the Mitchell CD-ROM repair manual. If this is the one you are referring to, it is no substitute for the Toyota paper manual. I think the best advice would be to spring for the real deal. If you are going to work on your own truck, you'll need it.
Shoot a PM over to CruiserDan and ask him if can get one for your specific truck. Not cheap, but after the first big project, you'll be glad you did.
FYI - I've gotten a lot of emails and PM's about my dvd.
Answer is NO, I will not send it to you. I'm a big believer in copyrights and did the scan merely because I wanted something electronic. It's for personal use. If anyone wants to scan their own manual, it's pretty easy to do if you take it out of the binding. Just use a feeder.
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J, how much space does it take up in the computer? I don't have a burner.
What format or software did you use?
It's all in indexed pdf and actually takes up quite a bit of room. I went to DVD so it's more portable in case I need it somewhere else.
The indexing is what took the most time. It's not completely indexed, but close enough for me.