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Dodge Stealth Repair Manual?

Old 11-14-2005, 02:20 AM
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Don't know if this actually goes here, but I didn't seem to see an FAQ. I am inquiring about getting a Dodge Stealth and eventually plan on having enough money/credit history to pay for a car in cash and/or pull out a loan to pay for the car. The problem is though that I haven't found any repair manuals. My local ORR Chevrolet (kinda the main headquarters for all dealerships in town) can get a manual, but they are wanting to charge an arm, leg, a pint of virgin blood, and 230 dollars for it. The dude behind the counter was trying to justify the price because it's eight inches thick. I don't need a thick nor expensive book, but simply a repair manual or a site where I can order a repair manual at a lot cheaper cost. Can someone help me?

I will go ahead and say I tried my local ORR Mitsubishi, but they kept referring me to Mclarty Auto to get one (and they can't order it).
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Old 11-21-2005, 05:53 PM
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I have been unable to find a repair manual for my Stealth but found alldatadiy helpfull. It appears to be an on-line service manual that you can access for an annual fee. In addition to my recently aquired Stealth, I have used it for working on my wife's 98 Ford Escort, My 89 Ford Ranger and my In-laws Tarus. It actually told me how to check the idle stepper motor, throttle position sensor, temperature sensor (with resistance specifications) and other components. The idle stepper motor alone costs over $300 at the dealership (which seems to be the only place to get them). Being able to test it and find it good I think more than paid for the annual fee.

Good luck on your purchase.

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