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Old 05-30-2011, 06:15 PM   #1
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Full Service Manual FSM PDF

Does anyone have a link to the PDF version of the FSM?

All the threads I found contained broken links.
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Old 05-30-2011, 06:21 PM   #2
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Hey kid try to use this link https://rapidshare.com/#!linklist|UCVKGX|||
and use "pdftown.com" for the password
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Hey kid try to use this link https://rapidshare.com/#!linklist|UCVKGX|||
and use "pdftown.com" for the password
Whatever that link is, they don't have a very good selection.

Use the link Kevlo posted.
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I recently bothered to upload the FSM to Google Docs, link is in my sig.
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I recently bothered to upload the FSM to Google Docs, link is in my sig.
When I read your post, I thought "What a guy!". So I clicked on the link to check it out.

What you loaded out to Google is the 1999 manual. Look at page 2 of the forward section.

Unless you have a 1999, this is the poorest choice manual for a 4th gen. Mechanically speaking, it is good. But electrically speaking, its almost like a different car. Nissan moved many electrical components, such as relays to different locations and used different wire colors. Plus there are more pollution control components. Add to this the security system is different with the addition of the chipped ignition key.

If you don't have a 1999 Max yourself, I would suggest you get a different version for yourself so that you don't burn up your electrical wiring trying to follow the 99 manual.
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Thanks for posting my links
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When I read your post, I thought "What a guy!". So I clicked on the link to check it out.

What you loaded out to Google is the 1999 manual. Look at page 2 of the forward section.

Unless you have a 1999, this is the poorest choice manual for a 4th gen. Mechanically speaking, it is good. But electrically speaking, its almost like a different car. Nissan moved many electrical components, such as relays to different locations and used different wire colors. Plus there are more pollution control components. Add to this the security system is different with the addition of the chipped ignition key.

If you don't have a 1999 Max yourself, I would suggest you get a different version for yourself so that you don't burn up your electrical wiring trying to follow the 99 manual.
Thanks for letting me know, I will correct this.

EDIT: Now fixed

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Bump! Looking for a PDF version that I can download & keep on my iPhone for my 95..Any new links?
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Bump! Looking for a PDF version that I can download & keep on my iPhone for my 95..Any new links?
http://www.nicoclub.com/FSM/
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Thanks but I saw some links where everything was in one PDF I figured someone would have a new link
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