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I have seen Haynes manual for pre-1996 diesel... and 93-00 petrol... then 00-onwards petrol and diesel...

so for the MkII (96-00) Diesel... are we the forsaken group? Or anyone got any experience with this and know which one is the most similar?

Want to do some servicing... and it seems not really any publication suits... the Ford TIS is too good that it doesn't cover anything I need.. no haynes manual... what else is out there which is good?

Phil
 

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hello the pre 96 haynes manual covers some of the 96/2000 diesel engine but they also do a haynes manual for the ford 1800 engine which covers every variation including the turbo
 

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So does that mean i have to get two manuals to cover everything?

If i am not too bothered about the bodywork, and just want to concentrate on what's under the bonnet which one should i go for? (like for changing oil.. transmission fluid / power steering fluid... changing the disc brakes and so on...)

Is that on purpose by the haynes people that we are ignored?

Phil
 

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there isnt a manual in english anyway for the mk2 diesel mondeo however most of the stuff is covered in the mk1 manual.
 

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so for under bonnet work i should be looking into a Mk1 diesel manual?
 

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yes and no most things are the same buttheres a few differences
 
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