Manual/Parts Number CD?

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My Toyota manual is starting to fall apart. It would be nice to have it on a CD as with all the parts numbers.
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Sounds like a great idea. Since yours is falling apart, you might as well cut the binding off so you can scan it easier and then sell copies to the rest of us who were too cheap to buy it yet. :D
 
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Put me down for one. I am very bitter about the steep price of the book direct from Toyota.

Copyrights could come into play but I won't tell anyone. :-X
 
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My fj60 manual was so bad Toyota sent me a new one. It fell apart within several months. I don't have a scanner or burner. I have enough parts numbers from all the parts that I replaced to start a list.
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[quote author=landtoy80 link=board=2;threadid=2280;start=msg18310#msg18310 date=1048789449]
My Toyota manual is starting to fall apart. It would be nice to have it on a CD as with all the parts numbers.
kurt
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getting the FSM AND the part number in the same place would be cool but very hard. Use the EPC for part numbers and exploded diagrams
 
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No. I scanned the first page and it wasn't scanning very good. I spent hours trying to fix it, down loaded the fix from HP and has a P1003 or smomethng, so the fix patch is bad. Uninstalled and installed the HP and it seams OK but I am "fruckstraited" and don't want to put a hole in it. I will try again at a later time.
 

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