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Old 07-30-2009, 10:56 AM
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i see i see sad blind man, is the password findable??
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Old 07-30-2009, 02:08 PM
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yep, the password doesn't work. what we need is for someone to get an alldata disk and put the entire contents on this site. i'm not talking about alldatadiy.com i mean the actual disk. when i was in high school i probably printed about 300 pages from an alldata disk for my thunderbird and it had a lot more info with pictures than the web site has.
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Old 07-30-2009, 04:09 PM
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http://search.ebscohost.com/Login.as...&authtype=cpid


Ok, I went to our library web page. They have a section called Data Bases. I clicked on Automotive Repair. The link above is what page I got. I entered my library card number and got in.

Does this work for anyone else?
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Old 07-31-2009, 02:19 AM
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tried the link and entered my card number but did not work. but i have not used my library card in some time. so i will try going to the library and see if it works.

my library card is what i should put in the where Barcode number is??
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Hello folks! I do believe after all this time, this thread should be resurrected. Especially considering I was randomly browsing my old bookmarks... and this online repair reference once again works... this time without any password whatsoever!


This is the link I'm using and it takes you straight to the start asking for the vehicle year ( I have tried this in 2 different browsers and after clearing cookies and cache just to be sure it still worked, and it did):
Auto Repair Reference Center



In addition, you can visit the url one level up which has several more interesting databases which may come in handy, also without the need for credentials:
EBSCO Publishing Service Selection Page


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wow really great
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Old 09-23-2010, 10:52 PM
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I joined your community here so I could post what I found on this subject somewhere else!

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username= tech
password= tech

worked for me, got me in to the top level that the previous post links to(so long as the link stays current that is).

Anyways, just wanted to share that. Oh and does anyone know where I can find a part schematic of the coolant system on a 2004 Dakota?
Afraid that database is a little vague in the area I require visual identification of. Thanks if you can help!

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Thank You !!

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i have a 2004 dodge ram and it has a vacuum leak causing a misfire i can hear the leak and it is most prominent on the drivers side i just dont know where the vacuum lines are going could you help me on the placement of where the vacuum line may be
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i have a 2004 dodge ram and it has a vacuum leak causing a misfire i can hear the leak and it is most prominent on the drivers side i just dont know where the vacuum lines are going could you help me on the placement of where the vacuum line may be

OK. You posted on an old unrealted thread in the 2nd generation area. You need to post in 3rd generation as a new thread and title thread something like vacuum leak. Otherwise, members are less likely to respond.
 
 
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