The CD is a copy of the factory manual. Easily stored vs print copy, and easy accessThey seemed so cheap I wasn't sure how legitimate they were.
Thank you, up until my last 3 vehicles, including my motorcycle I always had a Chilton or Haynes. I stopped using them because they were not as useful for my diesel or my bike. For the price I am going to try the 25 dollar shop manual from ebay.The CD is a copy of the factory manual. Easily stored vs print copy, and easy access
to topics. I'm near 90 now, and do not wield a wrench, but I have used Chilton and Haynes manuals to service my many Corvettes in prior years.
I know thee manuals are criticized, but they provided the info I needed (with photos).
Unless you are a serious repair guy (engine rebuilder, etc.), you might research Chilton and Haynes - about $25.
Thanks to MJHcobra for his generous offer (post #4):
I have a pdf of the 2015 Ford EXP Manual - 564 pages. Should have most of the same information if you are interested.