Obtain different truck manuals by checking free manual repositories such as JustGiveMeTheDamnManual.com and ManualsLib.com or by purchasing the manuals through sites such as eBay.com or Amazon.com, as of 2015. Alternately, many manufacturers make their truck manuals available online for free.
JustGiveMeTheDamnManuals.com contains a search tool for locating free PDF copies of various automotive manuals, including different makes and models of trucks. It also allows you to choose from different manufacturers to view its current collection of manuals, according to the different models on the site.
ManualsLib.com contains a search tool for locating manuals and the option to browse listings by manufacturer. However, the site features manuals for products other than vehicles, so you must search through a greater number of entries to locate the appropriate manual.
Amazon.com and eBay.com sell new and used copies of various truck manuals. Auction sites such as eBay.com are typically more useful for locating manuals for vintage or older-model cars. EBay.com supports both auction-style bidding and the ability to purchase items immediately. All items for sale through Amazon.com operate under a direct purchase system, with options to sort results according to manufacturer, model, year and manual condition.
When searching for a truck manual on the manufacturer's website, you should typically check the owner's section. Some sites require you to create an account, while others make the manuals available for free when you locate your exact year and model.