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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Aug 15th, 01, 6:03 PM Thread Starter
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Hey Guy's,

I was wondering if anyone had any manuals for two pieces of Sun equipment I have. They look like the ones that use to be in that home training course advertised in the Car mags a few years back! I'd say there about 10-15 years old. I guess Sun went out of business.

The model# are:

small portable scope: sp4151

small portable digital: sp4127

if nobody has the manuals for these guy's, it would be real cool if I could my hands on any literature about reading auto scopes?

thanks
John
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Try calling Snap-On Tools in Kenosha, WI. I thought I read somewhere they bought out Sun. Maybe an article in AutoRestorer?
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Re: Sun portable engine analyzers, any manuals out there?

Hello there,
i have the samen testers, and yes, i have the manuals


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Hey Guy's,

I was wondering if anyone had any manuals for two pieces of Sun equipment I have. They look like the ones that use to be in that home training course advertised in the Car mags a few years back! I'd say there about 10-15 years old. I guess Sun went out of business.

The model# are:

small portable scope: sp4151

small portable digital: sp4127

if nobody has the manuals for these guy's, it would be real cool if I could my hands on any literature about reading auto scopes?

thanks
John
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