Just to let you know, I bought the FSM for my 89 RamCharger from moparmanuals.com, and found the format to be quite annoying. Essentially, what you get is jpegs of the pages of the service manual. They're sorted into groups of folders, like "Fuel", "Suspension", etc.
Don't get me wrong, they're good quality images, but you cannot search the manual by keywords. If these folks wanted to do the job proper, they should have done the book in Adobe Acrobat PDF format, which allows text searches, and a quickly accessible index. I paid $63 for mine and feel fairly cheated. This is with the 10% discount (code "rccis1") I found in a post on this forum.
I will say one nice thing about them though...the CD's are cross platform. I use Macintosh, and there's no problem viewing/printing the pages.
If I had it to do again, I'd get the hardcopy book.
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