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The Haynes/Chilton manuals are better than nothing, but just barely. On detailed electrical schematics, they are worse than nothing because of their generality and not keeping up with year-to-year changes.

 

A model specific FSM CD is better by far, but nothing beats a hard copy full FSM set for your year/model. I hate working from a CD personally. But get the CD first, it's cheap, then check Ebay often as there are often good deals to be found for a complete set of FSM manuals. :D

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The Haynes/Chilton manuals are better than nothing, but just barely. On detailed electrical schematics, they are worse than nothing because of their generality and not keeping up with year-to-year changes.

 

A model specific FSM CD is better by far, but nothing beats a hard copy full FSM set for your year/model. I hate working from a CD personally. But get the CD first, it's cheap, then check Ebay often as there are often good deals to be found for a complete set of FSM manuals. :D

 

I'll look for the CD

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