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Discussion in 'Road Side Pub' started by KingBlack, Nov 16, 2020.
which do you prefer and why?
*plot twist* Haynes publishes both!
Even still, I vastly prefer Chiltons. Closer to a factory repair manual than the Hayes brand IMO.
I thought you wrote your own manuals, Sharpie?
Forgot to add: If it's for engine overhaul, I'll spend the cash on the factory manual.
Yup, just download the software. I had a copy for the W463, my God are factory manuals and service information nice.
this. Although I’ve used and still have some books. I am more so a visual learner and YouTube in this regard really helped me / is helping me do more than I thought I could.
Buy the factory manuals on ebay
They also are very generic and don't give you the actual knowledge you need.
"remove the 4 14mm holding the stater, an extension maybe needed"
Go on YouTube and the guy shows you how to use a 2x4 to lift the engine up slightly and the 8 extensions and swivels you'll need along with removing the headlight to get that hard to reach 4th starter bolt out.
You see the real world problems and how to solve them.
Today I use Google and YouTube when researching how to do a project whether it be vehicle or home repairs.
Back in the early 90's I used Chilton's. Just liked the pictures and the step by step procedures listed. I remember reading the Chilton's during the week and then on the weekend tackling the repair or modification.
i agreed with you in my post
Neither. Get the factory manual.