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Welcome everyone & workshop manual (new TVR owner)

Welcome everyone & workshop manual (new TVR owner)

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marceli

Original Poster:

96 posts

39 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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Hello!
I'm happy to get 1988 LHD TVR S and subscribe to pistonheads smile

Is it possible to buy workshop manual or any other documentation (paper or PDF)?

phillpot

10,790 posts

88 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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The TVR S Series by Steve Heath is a useful book but is not a comprehensive workshop manual.... clicky

As you may well already know, TVR used a lot of parts from Ford so a Sierra and Granada Haynes manuals might be handy

Sierra
Granada

And nice 'n cheap wink


Gerald-TVR

4,874 posts

102 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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Hi Marceli and welcome.

The Steve Heath Bible is available here

If you send me your email address I can send you PDF's of the wiring diagram for the V6 and the spare parts manual.

This forum is a wonderful source of help and support, dont be afraid to ask questions.

Photos of your car are are essential please, and how many are in Poland

Norman (ex owner of Gerald an S2)

Stew Mc

344 posts

78 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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Gerald-TVR said:
This forum is a wonderful source of help and support, dont be afraid to ask questions.
Very true.

magpies

2,922 posts

87 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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Stew Mc said:
Very true.
+1 (of many)

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marceli

Original Poster:

96 posts

39 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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Gerald-TVR said:
Photos of your car are are essential please, and how many are in Poland

Norman (ex owner of Gerald an S2)
I've no idea how many TVR S are in Poland - I believe less than 10. I'm sure there's at least 1 Chimera and 1 S Series (mine biggrin ).

Anybody knows how many TVS S LHD were produced?

PS I'll add some photos next week smile

Edited by marceli on Saturday 16th February 12:59

mep12345

2,061 posts

106 months

Saturday 16th February 2013
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Marceli,

Welcome

The manuals mentioned above are all you need plus the use of this forum and the owners websites linked in the useful links above. If those don't cover it then ask on here and we can normally help.

Also I notice from your profile you are in Poland near Warsaw so as my son is studying there for the next 5 years as long as you aren't in a rush for items I may be able to help if some are available here but not in Poland (or vice versa of course)and can fit in carry on baggage on the plane.

HTH

Mark

BountyHunter

1,049 posts

99 months

Sunday 17th February 2013
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Gerald-TVR said:
This forum is a wonderful source of help and support, dont be afraid to ask questions.
totally agree smile

Barkychoc

7,695 posts

109 months

Sunday 17th February 2013
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This would be a better Haynes manual option as its V6.


Check out this item I found on eBay:

End time: Mar 17, 2013 12:39:38 AM

Item: Ford Sierra V6: 1982 to 1991 (up to J registration) petrol, Legg, A. K. Hardback

URL: http://pages.ebay.com/link/?nav=item.view&id=4...

Alt URL: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Ford-Sierra-V6-1982-1991...

(Sent from eBay Mobile for Android)

marceli

Original Poster:

96 posts

39 months

Sunday 17th February 2013
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Many thanks all of You. I've bought all pointed Haynes manuals yesterday locally.

I'll have to get Steve's TVR S Series from amazon, so it should be delivered in few days.

HvdWeerden

1,531 posts

105 months

Tuesday 5th March 2013
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And already spotted !! Well done.

http://www.autogespot.pl/tvr-s1/2013/03/05

Longers

4,119 posts

133 months

Tuesday 5th March 2013
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Nice colour thumbup

marceli

Original Poster:

96 posts

39 months

Tuesday 5th March 2013
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Gerald-TVR said:
Hi Marceli and welcome.

Photos of your car are are essential please, and how many are in Poland

Norman (ex owner of Gerald an S2)
Here comes the photos smile