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Old 11-14-2012, 09:38 AM
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Yes and there are 3 different manuals. A service, parts and electrical diagnostic manual. Having all three is priceless.
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I'll be the first person to say that everything doesn't have to come from the MoCo... but the service, parts and electrical manuals should. They are just better.
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Not sure about Chilton but got my Clymer at a local indy shop.
I would not use both in the bathroom.
They are a waste of paper.
You can't beat the Factory books.
I have them going back over 30 years.
Great for researching parts that are on the Discount table.
And when owners of older models have questions.
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I'll be the first person to say that everything doesn't have to come from the MoCo... but the service, parts and electrical manuals should. They are just better.
Actually, you're the second. :-)
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