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Old 01-06-12
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Hi Guys

For the service manual you do the following:

1: Download File
2: Unzip File
3: Burn to CD
4: Insert CD and Autorun
4.5 If no Autorun, Run SMVCD_KICK on the CD
5: Browse by Simple Viewer.

When you click on each of the images it will open an enlarged version.

If you try to install the program on many computers you will see the "???????"
This is because you computer is unable to understand the language that the installer is using. The installer is in Russian. Just click on the left of the 2 boxes as this is the next button.

There are PDF's there that explain the whole installation process.

If you have any further questions regarding this please let me know.
Also, there are super hi-res PDF's of every image - Even the bigger .png images aren't that clear, but the PDF's are perfect. I'm not sure if you can get to them using the Simple Viewer, but you can find them with explorer in the same folders as the images.
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Yes have it also now thanks, stuffed around for half hour, called in young bloke (son) next generation got it running in 5 mins feel old
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Is this manual still available?

Please PM me with details of how/where to download as the link on Pg1 is 404.
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I would also like a copy for a 2010 if its still available out there.

Thanks Guys
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I have a copy of the workshop manual cd I can put it up on drop box and send you a link if this is what you are after.

It will take awhile as it is around 456 Meg
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Yes please

What I really need is torque settings for the lower control arm bolts in the rear but the rest would be handy. I managed to find this pic of what I want on the interweb but can not for the life of me find the torque specification. Too tight and it makes all sorts of noises.

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I have a copy of the workshop manual cd I can put it up on drop box and send you a link if this is what you are after.

It will take awhile as it is around 456 Meg
I wouldn't mind getting a copy too if that's OK...
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Yes please

What I really need is torque settings for the lower control arm bolts in the rear but the rest would be handy. I managed to find this pic of what I want on the interweb but can not for the life of me find the torque specification. Too tight and it makes all sorts of noises.

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Hey mate, I've found this for the Rear Lower control arm in the 2010 Challenger manual
Hope it helps.

and here is the page itself with the removal/install proceedure.

Nick.

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LEGEND!! Thank you
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The file has finally uploaded to drop box so if you would like the link pm me with your email address and Ill send it on
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