On line tech help

Anybody know of any on line tech sites. I know there's one for Lincolns, how about ford or mercury. It would be great to be able to view the companies shop manuals.
Thanks.
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alldatadiy.com is pretty good. I use it for my old (1988) Grand Marquis and 1993 Plymouth minivan. It's $25 a year for the 1st car and $15 a year to add cars.
My renewal time is coming up. Anyone know a better data source?
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I have to second that, I have subs for three cars. Invaluable for troubleshooting electrical problems, referencing fluid types/capacities, code descriptions, pin-point tests, etc.
Probably the cheapest source by far. Chiltons and Haynes suck in comparison.
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Our local library has Alldata on line. Costs 3 cents a page to print out what you need.
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I am mostly a lurker here. Glad I ran accross this, gonna have to subscribe to this one. Thanks.
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