When our beloved trucks were new, the engineers at Dodge who designed our trucks, created a how to manual for dealer technicians on how to repair anything that went wrong on our trucks. These books are known as service manuals. These manuals cover every parts of the truck from driveline, to HVAC system, wiring diagrams, to even how to disassemble a door. While a few aftermarket companies like Chiltons have made similar service manuals, none of them covered the same details as the Factory Service Manual.
Many people have been fortunate over the years to get a used dealer manual to help assist the repairs or restoration of their truck. As the years have gone by though, clean copies without missing pages have become harder to find.
That has all changed now withe help of Mopar Authentic Restoration products allowing reprints to be done. These fully licensed manuals are identical reprints to the original manuals and cover the same information, right down to the Chrysler logos.
These manuals cover 2wd and 4wd trucks from Ramcharger, 150s, 250s, and 350s.
By 1993, Dodge was starting to see some issues with PCMs. A separate supplement diagnostics manual to deal with the basic computers was done to help dealer techs repair the 1993 trucks. For anyone with a 1992/1993 Cummins truck, this is a great manual to have as it covers a lot of additional information not covered in the main service manuals. This extra manual is sold separately.