Looking for alternative to Chilton Manuals! Online Maybe?

by goldie

I've been wanting to pick up some manuals for a couple of my vehicles. I hadn't thought about it for a while, but I got an email that with my local library card, I got free entry to this "manualesque" website.

It allows you to search your vehicle and gives VERY basic instructions of how to do things. Basically 1. remove motor 2. replace internals 3. replace motor

So I'm looking for a good source for possibly an online service that you guys would recommend. I don't want to sign up for one and find out it's crap.

Anyone have any ideas?

Posted on Oct 27, 2017, 8:57 AM

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  1. Re: Looking for alternative to Chilton Manuals! Online Maybe?. Dave H, Oct 27, 2017
  2. Inter-library loan. xtargeter , Oct 27, 2017
  3. Youtube, surprisingly. DannyBeans, Oct 27, 2017
    1. +1 on the videos.... J.Cook, Oct 27, 2017
  4. Sometimes there's no substitute for the Factory Manual. Bruce Bergman, Oct 28, 2017
    1. Factory service manuals.. Z-man51, Oct 29, 2017
    2. Even the Haynes books can be good.... TheFnord, Oct 29, 2017
      1. Manuals... Chloe, Oct 29, 2017
      2. I usually bought both.... Z-man51, Oct 29, 2017
      3. The gospel of Haynes.... Snowtroll, Oct 31, 2017
    3. And sometimes they can be fun.... Cpt. Obvious, Oct 29, 2017
  5. If you want a pro manual. Renegade_Azzy, Oct 28, 2017
  6. Interesting find. What's the difference?. goldie, Oct 31, 2017
    1. The Battery?. Snowtroll, Nov 1, 2017


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