Re: Looking for alternative to Chilton Manuals! Online Maybe?

by Dave H

The Haynes web site claims they have "on demand" online content for some vehicles and you can buy articles either by the task (i.e. replace PCV valve) or the whole set for a given vehicle. I haven't used it so I can't say anything about the quality or selection.

Here's a page where you can look to see if they have content for your vehicle. They don't have any of mine, so I'd guess the selection is limited:

I generally prefer Haynes manuals over Chilton's if I can't get a factory maintenance manual. And even then sometimes Haynes will tell you how to remove a part using common tools instead of the specialty tool the factory manual assumes you have.

Posted on Oct 27, 2017, 9:51 AM

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