Sourc­ing ve­hi­cle man­u­als

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 Most CM read­ers will know that Haynes pub­lish the bi­bles for au­to­mo­tive me­chan­ics with their au­thor­i­ta­tive line of own­ers work­shop man­u­als. The Haynes web­site at Haynes.com should al­ways be your first port of call when search­ing for a man­ual. And if there isn’t a spe­cific man­ual avail­able for your par­tic­u­lar model, it’s worth check­ing whether your en­gine was fit­ted to any other ve­hi­cles, as this will give you ba­sic ser­vic­ing and main­te­nance ad­vice. It’s also worth email­ing Haynes and ask­ing if they have a man­ual in the works for your ve­hi­cle. And bear in mind that Haynes are now pro­duc­ing video tu­to­ri­als for var­i­ous makes and mod­els.

Fail­ing that, you may be able to find a work­shop man­ual on­line that you can down­load. Al­though there are a num­ber of sites of­fer­ing this ser­vice, care must be taken to find a re­li­able source. We have found the web­site eman­u­alon­line.com is a trusted source of dig­i­tal man­u­als.

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