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Old 13-07-08
PajNo3 PajNo3 is offline
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Hi, need some help!
I have been looking for a NS Workshop Manual. Came across one from Britain.
It is from www.electonicmanuals.co.uk and it is for a Shogun model with 2.5, 3.2 and 3.5-liter engines.
Have anybody been using it and if so does it include the changers for the NS on the diesel engine.
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Old 14-07-08
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You have a typo in the url you posted. It lacks an 'r'.
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Old 14-07-08
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My experience isn't with the current model, but it might help.

I bought an earlier version (NM/NP) manual online from them a couple of years ago. It only deals with O/S models and (in the case of the V6) it doesn't have the local donk at all, it has the direct injection petrol V6. That's OK for quite a bit of the engine, but significantly different for other engine bits. Most of the remainder (transmission, suspension, electrics etc) is quite similar. I forget how much I paid, but feel it was in the $35 area - so a lot cheaper than anything in hard copy that has as much detail.

But unless you can ascertain that it deals with an engine very similar to the Aussie version of the DiD 3.2, you may not get the level of precise information you are looking for.

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Old 16-07-08
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Thanks Gaz
I may have to wait for the Australian version
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I have been looking for a NS Workshop Manual. Came across one from Britain.
It is from www.electronicmanuals.co.uk and it is for a Shogun model with 2.5, 3.2 and 3.5-liter engines.
Hi PajNo3,

If it is this one, I think you will find it is for the NM and not the NS. Some of it might still be helpful, seeing that a lot of the NS is carried over from the NM/NP, but it certainly won't have everything you need and might mislead you in some cases as well.
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