1968 Ford Car Shop Manual (CD-ROM)
This product includes the 1968 Thunderbird Supplement and the entire 1967
Thunderbird Shop Manual to provide complete service information for the
1968 Ford Thunderbird. Ford did not produce a separate 1968 Thunderbird
Shop Manual - only a supplement.
Requirements: Windows (all versions), CD-ROM drive, and Adobe Reader
Activation: Activation required. Product may be activated on three (3) computers
Operating System: PC Windows only (not MAC compatible)
Description: This manual contains complete service information for 1968
Ford Thunderbird. Step-by-step procedures for trouble shooting, cleaning
and inspecting, repairing, and re-placing the various parts, assemblies,
and systems on these vehicles are presented here. This manual also contains
maintenance and lubrication data as well as a tabulation of service specifications.
Detailed illustrations of many of the service operations are given here.
Disassembled views of the principal units show the various parts in the
order of their disassembly or assembly. In many cases, a glance at these
illustrations will tell you all you need to know about how the parts go
This product is produced in Adobe Reader (pdf) format to retain the exact
look and feel of the original manual. Simply scroll through the pages and
sections like reading a normal printed manual. In addition, unlike a printed
version, each page can be printed (or reprinted, if damaged in the garage),
zoom in to over 1200% to see the exact details, and you can search for keywords.
Printable - Print only the pages you need.
Searchable - Search the entire set of magazines in seconds.
Zoom - Zoom in to over 1200% to see the exact details.
Licensed - Our products are approved and licensed by Ford Motor Company.
Bookmarked - PDF is extensively bookmarked to locate articles in seconds.
Product Security and Restrictions:
Encrypted PDF - PDF file is encrypted and can only be viewed when activated.
Activation Required - Product may be activated on three (3) computers
Printing - Printing must be to a printer physically connected to the computer
via a printer port (cannot print to a wireless, network or a virtual printer