Go to: www.ford.fleet.com
Click on 'Maintenance' then 'Owners Manual'
Enter make & model and files will be auto generated. Follow directions or just click on the file you need. A new window will open with your file as a PDF. Make sure you have a free copy of Adobe or other reader for this,(adobe.com.) You can save from here or read page by page without saving.
This is FREE ! I searched the web forever to find this site when I needed the manual for my Ford Expl Sport Trac.
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The only supplier of an online manual that I know of is All Data(www.alldata.com). You will have to sign up and pay a subscription fee although I am not sure how much it costs. I don't belive they will have access to the original owners manual but I would imagine they have most of the same info. If you're interested in buying an owners manual or the same shop manuals that Ford dealers use you can go through Helm Inc(www.helminc.com) or through your local Ford dealer.