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Looking Auto repairs on line older cars

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10-01-04, 03:32 PM   #1  
Looking Auto repairs on line older cars

I have a 1979 Buick Lesabre and I'm going to rebuild the upper end of motor. Most of the Vacuum lines have been plugged off and I need to find a
diagram of them to replace all the lines. Anyone with any info on where i may
find this kind of help? I plan to do do this before it get's too cold out for this kind of work. Thanks


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10-02-04, 06:40 PM   #2  
You can buy a 1 car only subscription from Alldata for around $25. That will give you about every bit of information you'll ever need for that vehicle. You WILL be need more info in the future.

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10-09-04, 11:31 PM   #3  

You may also be able to access the AllData website through your local library without having to spend $25 on a subscription. I can.

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10-09-04, 11:52 PM   #4  

The AllData Rep (trying to sell me a subscription) says no info on this '70s vehicle
Alldata is way cool, but not for older stuff

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