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2007 Town Car Factory Workshop Manual


Hello to all theTown Car owners.
Just found this site and wanted to say hello to a great bunch of people, This is my first letter. I was lucky enough after looking for over 2 months to find a 1 owner 2007 Town Car with 27,500 miles. Yes that is the correct miles. This should be the last car I ever need ,I only drive about 5000 per year. I also have a 2004 Merc GM ulitmate edition with all options and 37,000 miles. Nice car but not as quite and smooth and comfortable and with less leg room. I am much more impressed with the town car to the point if I could find another one in the condition of this TC is in I would get rid of the Mercury GM. I work on my cars all my life. I am 71 years young and still lucky enough to be able to work on my cars. I aways felt nobody will do as good of a repair job on your car as you will.
My question is,
I have a the compleate set of factory shop manuals for the 2004 Merc GM , wondering if I need the ones for the Town Car is their that much difference? What are you thoughts
If so they seem to be cheeper on DVDs or downloads than in print on Ebay. But some say (if they are not in print) they are only good for 1 year subscription than must be renewed again. What is you experience of buying them where did you buy them and how much.



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Ottawa Ontario Canada
Welcome to the Forum.

The dvd manuals are usually covering the model for a particular year. So you need your computer date set for a particular month and year but several months will be covered. The second problem is the software used in the manual is out dated and may not work with current operating systems like Windows 10. Get confirmation of how to run the manual before purchase.

The 2007 has many differences electronically from the 2004 model GM or even a TC. But a lot of the mechanical procedures should be the same.


Charlotte, NC
I bought this from ebay last week. Although I haven't had time to go through it thoroughly, it seems pretty detailed. For the price of $19.99, it will likely be better than the available printed manuals (Haynes, Chilton). You have to leave the DVD in the computer for the program to run. And it runs on both Win7 and Win10.



Thanks for letting me know about the DVDs/
Also for every one else
My compleate set of factory shop print manuals for the 2004 Merc GM s has the 2 thick volumes #1 and 2 plus the wiring factory shop manual. All I have seen for sale in print is 1 thick volume but no volume 2. Have seen this from all 2005 TC to 2009 . Does anyone know if there is only 1 volume or is there 2 main ones?
I just received this factory dvd which is probably similar to the one Nongmin got.
It's only for 2007 but covers most ford vehicles from that year.

It is possible to run the dvd from your hard disk.
You have to create an iso file from the dvd, copy the iso to your hard disk and then mount it as a drive.
It sounds more complicated than it is.

I did that so I could put it on my small laptop that doesn't have a dvd.



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