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93 Toyota 4 Runner manual-what am I missing?

Posted by chemocurl (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 12, 07 at 11:39

I'm needing a manual that covers a 93 Toyota 4Runner...mainly wiring. I found the one linked below at Ebay.
It says the Publication year is 1984, yet the title is Toyota Pickups and 4-Runner, 1979-1995 (Haynes Manuals)

What am I missing, or what is wrong here. Maybe someone can tell by looking at the picture of the book there. I have emailed the seller, but have not gotten a reply back yet.

With so many manuals out there what would one recommend? I know many of you folks would maybe much prefer one manual over another.

Your help is appreciated.


Here is a link that might be useful: Ebay listing

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RE: 93 Toyota 4 Runner manual-what am I missing?

As with so many things in life, attention to detail makes all the difference. Reading the entire add, I find this: "Publication Date : 1998-02-01". That would be February 1st, 1998. It seems the seller made a mistake in their listing.
The buy it now price plus shipping comes to almost what this book would cost at any auto parts store. Not a very good deal, IMO.
Hayne's manuals are good for propping up an uneven chair leg, and little else. Detailed info would be found in a real repair manual, such as a Motor manual or Toyota factory service manual.

RE: 93 Toyota 4 Runner manual-what am I missing?

I used to own a 1991 Toyota 4-Runner and I have a Chilton manual that covers from the year 89 to 96. It includes wiring diagrams.
If you haven't found one yet send me your address, you can have this one:)

RE: 93 Toyota 4 Runner manual-what am I missing?

Micke/ Michelle,

You should have an email from me.

Thanks so much for your very kind offer. I don't have one yet.

Sue...who procrastinates

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