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Hi, there.

I found somewhere online a 2005 RAM service manual. Downloaded the 2 parts of it (around 70 MB ea.) but turned out to be corrupted and couldn't unzip it

Anyone knows where to find one?
I have the same problem.
If you are OK having 2004 manual, you can get it here for 5 bucks:
http://www.tradebit.com/filedetail.p...service-manual
Let me know if this was working for you. I've got it so I could send it to you somehow ( it's about 83.15 MB).
Good luck!
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There used to be manuals on powerwagon registry,but they are gone. I was reading somewhere that Chrysler/Dodge was cracking down on public use of the online manuals. So it might be tuff finding one online. Just like other have said, best bet would be ebay or one of the places that have them on disk.

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You can buy manuals either on CD or a hard copy here:

https://techauthority.gltghosting.co...atalogId=10051

I bought the hard copy of the 2005 Ram truck wiring diagram manual and I'm glad I did. The diagrams in my CD version of my service manual can be tough to read sometimes.
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How about some advice on a good source for a decent shop/repair manual for a 1999 1500?

Are the CD ROM versions on ebay that are going for about $10 OK, and are they all the same?

How about the Haynes Repair books?

Anyone had any experience with either of these?

I know I can buy hard copy authentic versions of all the full Dodge RAM Service Manuals from the dealer for a little over $200, but that's a bit more than I'm willing to part with.

Any advice is appreciated.
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