The Warner Overdrive TSM was sent to me by Larry Stevens.
The Full 1953 - 1971 Jeep® CJ & Dj Service Manual was sent to me by Noah Freibert
The Full 1965 Jeep® CJ & Dj Service Manual was sent to me by Noah Freibert
The Full 1974 Jeep® Technical Service Manual was sent to me by Norman Edgar. These are broken down by individual sections so the load times will be faster.
The 1974-1976 Jeep® Factory Parts Manuals & the Full 1976 Jeep® Technical Service Manual were sent to me by Prescott Boisvert.
1984 - 1988 MR 253 I.S Bulletins Page - Contains 16 Supplements in PDF format. Complimants of Tony Saign.
The Full Service Manual for ALL 1989 Jeep Models (2,192 pages) which includes the "Engine, Chassis & Body section, the Electrical Service Manual, the AX 15 Manual Transmission Supplement and the Anti Lock Brake System Supplement.
Compliments of Blake Combs and is in Adobe PDF
format. They include all Jeep® models for the 1989.
This is a 341.5 Meg file so unless you're on a broadband connection, you will have some wait time while they load.
The next set of parts manuals are compliments of Ken Terrell and are in Adobe PDF
format. They include all Jeep® models for the respective years listed.
These are pretty large sized files (30-40 megs each).
The next parts manual was posted to the FSJ-List@yahoogroups.com as a link & it came from http://www.greatlakesxj.com/ & it seems that it is a smaller version (15.1 Meg in a PDF file) posted above. I haven't compared them for differences other than file size. There is also very extensive page of tech manuals at http://www.greatlakesxj.com/tech.html
The Full 1995 Jeep® YJ Service Manual was sent to me by Noah Freibert
All of these Jeep® Manuals have been supplied by other Jeep owners for the benefit of all Jeep owners so I won't be able to answer any questions or do part look-ups for you. These are all that are available at this time so don't bother emailing about other years.
If you have some scanned manuals & want to help others by adding to this collection just email me so we can discuss the easliest way to transfer them.