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I have it all, in pdf. Full exploded views with chrysler part numbers. The real deal. Appears to be all cars and trucks from 1982 to 1996.

If anyone needs a part number or an exploded view just let me know.

For example, the 1990 passenger car pdf file (just THAT year) is 1468 pages.

HALLELUJA...HALLLLLELEJUA..HALEJUUUAAYYAAAYYYAAAAYYY

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INDEX OF Parts Catalogs http://www.glmwpg.com/ServiceManuals/
 

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Are you willing to archive these files (zip or similar) and allow others to download them? I think a lot of people would be interested in viewing a small piece of history, myself included.
 

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Are you willing to archive these files (zip or similar) and allow others to download them? I think a lot of people would be interested in viewing a small piece of history, myself included.
I've been just staring at the 1990 one for an hour. Its incredible! So many parts!!!

If only there was a way to check every single part number with chrysler and see whats still available and for how much.

I've tried using chryslerpartsdirect.com (which is NOT chrysler) on a few part numbers and some are still available apparently! Very unlikely items, like a dashboard bezel for a daytona, and a center console lid. I guess it remains to be proven if they REALLY have them for sale, but they do have prices, and alot of part numbers DONT work on that site, so maybe its real?

As far as archiving them, let me say this:

Im not going to zip them up and host them, its too big of a file anyways, but I will tell you all where I found them so you can go grab them, but I'll do it later this week.

UNTIL THEN....
 

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Forgot to add, if you want to know if parts are still available you can check RealMopar.com - Your #1 Source for OEM Parts and Accessories

They are the only website I know of that will show if the parts are actually available. If they list it on the site when searching the part number in the search bar, then most likely the Chrysler warehouses have it.

One of the most unusual things I've found that is still available are floor pans. Floor pans are still available for most non L bodied vehicles.
 

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Holy Mother of the lord, this is amazing.
 

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Forgot to add, if you want to know if parts are still available you can check RealMopar.com - Your #1 Source for OEM Parts and Accessories

They are the only website I know of that will show if the parts are actually available. If they list it on the site when searching the part number in the search bar, then most likely the Chrysler warehouses have it.
First let me say that this is the GREATEST thing since Sliced Bread and Velcro.

Also I used your site to check availabilty of parts and all 3 I checked came up with the yellow dot,"may be available."
When I checked my source one was available, one was on national backorder and the other was discontinued.
 

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In regards to superceeded part numbers.. an older cryco parts man once told me the new numbers usually have to do with a new price being attached to the part, rather than the part being changed

so n. a. might not mean not avalible
 

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I use wholesalemopar.com.
If you search by the part# it will give you the new # if it is superceded.
That is what I did for the 3 parts i needed.
Fuel Tank Filler Tube Seal, Available
(already recieved and installed)
Rollover Valve, National Backorder
(was told they are expected to be available in Oct)
Rollover Valve Grommet, Discontinued
 

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Realmopar.com should tell you the new part number if it is superceded, you just have to scroll down a little bit. If all else fails you can use your favorite mopar parts website that tells you the new part number. I know any trademotion catalog usually gives the new part number.

But do remember that sites like Realmopar only show parts available that can be ordered from warehouses. If you want to check inventory at a chrysler dealer I suggest starting an account at PartsVoice.com to check dealer inventory. Here is an example:

 

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OK, guys. This is really, really good. However, I am new to this. I am looking for information for my 96 Dakota, specifically a diagram of the wiper arms under the cowling. All I am seeing is for passenger cars. Am I being stupid and missing something. Thanks for any help you can give. David.
 

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OK, guys. This is really, really good. However, I am new to this. I am looking for information for my 96 Dakota, specifically a diagram of the wiper arms under the cowling. All I am seeing is for passenger cars. Am I being stupid and missing something. Thanks for any help you can give. David.
Its there. You have to look through the directories, maybe in the truck section.
 
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