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I own a physical copy of a Factory Service Manual, which is fantastic, but here in 2020 sometimes its nice to have a digital copy that you can search. After hunting around a bit, I could only find a standard PDF of a '95 FSM. So I took it upon myself to use Acrobat Pro to OCR it so that its fully searchable. Then I thought, "Man, it sure would be nice to be able to click section titles in the index and have it take me to the right page..." So I embarked on making the whole thing bookmarked and linked as well. I'm not sure if someone else has already done this, and if so I guess I reinvented the wheel. If not, I hope that this version of the Trooper FSM is useful for others!

1995 Isuzu Trooper Factory Service Manual, Fully Linked, Bookmarked, and Searchable
 

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Guitarbuilder said:
Thank you. I also have a hard copy of a service manual for my 98 trooper, but it is nice to have an on-line version
'98 is going to have a lot of differences to a '95. Body and trim are going to be pretty similar, but engine, tranny, etc will be different.
 

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gb89amigo said:
SRN,

A possible source may be: https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R ... acat=36085

Best of luck,

gb89amigo
I'm not sure you read the post. I created a searchable, bookmarked PDF; which is what is linked in the first post for people to be able to download and use.
But if people are looking for a physical copy your link would be useful, yes.
 

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aeronca said:
Stephen ... if I haven't thanked you for the manual I do now. It is really a great manual. I know you put nin a lot of time and I am sure all who see it will apprecipate your good work. howard patton
Thanks, glad that its turning out to be useful for others!
 

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Dwieland54 said:
I recently got a 1997 Trooper and have had a he'll of a time finding a manual. Should the '95 manual work for most things?
Some, but not all. There are enough differences between the 92-95 and 96-97 engine that you'll run into some discrepancies.
 
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