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#1 OFFLINE   dextan

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 08:09 AM

The cost of a 2014 service manual for the Ford Fusion & Hybrid Energi from an eBay seller, is $320. Are there 20 or even 10 people willing to participate in a group purchase? In case the link does not work, the eBay item number: 371925967961

 

https://www.ebay.com...mMakeTrack=true

 

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#2 OFFLINE   dextan

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 08:15 AM

I have asked the seller if he has a copy of a 2014 manual but he has not responded.

 

The listing on eBay is for 2017 service manual on DVD.



#3 OFFLINE   murphy

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 08:57 AM

The official documentation from Ford's supplier is less than that.

 

http://www.helminc.c...homepage.asp?r=



#4 OFFLINE   dextan

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 11:06 AM

I've used Helms since 1995 to service cars starting with my Ford Taurus SHO. I visited Helms before posting here. When I first saw the listing for the 2014 Complete Car Service information DVD for $1,450, I thought that was "reasonable" compared to $2,700 for a year online access. There is a Fusion Hybrid Service Information CD-ROM which may be the section specifically for hybrids only. But for $100, I would prefer Complete Car Service info. Let's say I'm wrong and the CDROM actually has everything. At $186, it's the same question - are there 20 or even 10 people willing to participate in a group purchase?  Murphy, can I count you in?

 

http://www.helminc.c...selected_media=



#5 OFFLINE   murphy

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Posted 25 July 2018 - 01:00 PM

I've used Helms since 1995 to service cars starting with my Ford Taurus SHO. I visited Helms before posting here. When I first saw the listing for the 2014 Complete Car Service information DVD for $1,450, I thought that was "reasonable" compared to $2,700 for a year online access. There is a Fusion Hybrid Service Information CD-ROM which may be the section specifically for hybrids only. But for $100, I would prefer Complete Car Service info. Let's say I'm wrong and the CDROM actually has everything. At $186, it's the same question - are there 20 or even 10 people willing to participate in a group purchase?  Murphy, can I count you in?

 

http://www.helminc.c...selected_media=

Sorry, I have a 2013 and have the paper electrical manual for it. I don't worry about the engine service because the engine hardly ever runs and I still have an ESP warranty on the car which is good until April 2020.  It's my around town car for groceries, Lowe's, breakfast meetings etc.  For out of town trips I use my other car which has a 90 kWh battery and a significantly bigger trunk.

 

I had assumed that by now Ford would have a much more capable Fusion.  Instead they raised the miles from 21 to 25 and then announced the Fusion will be discontinued.  The have canceled every model I have ever bought from them, Custom Line, Galaxy XL, Thunderbird (2), Crown Victoria (2), and now the Fusion (2).  They also canceled me when they bought Philco to form Philco-Ford and then shut the Philco-Ford computer division down.



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Posted 26 July 2018 - 03:15 AM

Yes, Ford exhibits decisions that sometimes defy reasoning (e.g. electric Ranger which I still have) but I still support them as it's the only one of the Big 3 which did not show up in a corporate jet to ask for bail out. Good for you! Must be the P90D. I fully supported that company once, until it got personal.

 

Well, if no one else has the need for the service manual for now. I may decide to get the complete manual for myself. Anyone else needing it would have to be prorated thereafter



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Posted 26 July 2018 - 05:56 AM

I'm only interested in the 2017 service manual.








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