Free auto repair site with full TSB's found

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Old 10-07-06, 03:07 PM
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Free auto repair site with full TSB's found

I ran across this web site today and thought it would be helpful for anyone wanting to do their own DIY repairs. It includes full TSB's and recalls.

http://www.bedlib.org/ebsco.html
 

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good deal

Thanks Jeff I am going to check it out I like free stuff.
 
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Great site. Put it in my favorites list. Thanks jeff67.
 
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Old 10-08-06, 05:29 AM
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That address didn't work for me.
 
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copy and paste

Did you try to copy and paste it? It is a great site but my adobe reader is having problems I have to fix it.
 
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Yes. I tried copy/paste,but it takes me to a site for a Library
in Bedford (massachusetts?)
 
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thats it

Thats it it is on the site look around the site it is there.
 
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Yes. I tried copy/paste,but it takes me to a site for a Library
in Bedford (massachusetts?)
you are at the right place. then mouse over to the

"ARRC" logo and the stuff with that. Click on it.

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great find Jeff, thanks.
 
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My bad!!! Cockpit error! Thanks Jeff, and everybody who posted.
 
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Old 10-09-06, 03:45 AM
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When I went to the web site and clicked "ARRC Auto Repair reference center" I got an "EBSCO Host" Login screen. It requires a User Name and Password, which I don't have. So I'm stuck right there. Any suggestion?
 
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Old 10-09-06, 04:33 AM
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When I went to the web site and clicked "ARRC Auto Repair reference center" I got an "EBSCO Host" Login screen. It requires a User Name and Password, which I don't have. So I'm stuck right there. Any suggestion?

I got in fine yesterday , looked around a bit , just tried agian and got the password screen

my guess is they had a increase in hits and added the password
 
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I just tried to log on to their page and got a error message.
 
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Old 10-09-06, 09:31 AM
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I just tried it and got right in, looks interesting. Thanks Jeff. Have a nice day. Geo
 
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I just got in, very interesting site, had notice about firewall settings. Bill
 
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This is a great site. Thanks!
 
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Originally Posted by mango man
I got in fine yesterday , looked around a bit , just tried agian and got the password screen

my guess is they had a increase in hits and added the password
If you see a login screen when trying to connect to the Auto Repair Reference Center (AARC),
you may be behind a firewall.

As many of our customers need to allow access through firewalls, proxies, filtering software and other security features, we have a list of URLs that your network will need to have full access to, in order to use EBSCOhost to its fullest extent. This is called an exception list by many companies that produce these security applications. Please add the following addresses to their exception list:

ebsco.e-toolbox.com
www.e-toolbox.com
aarc.epnet.com



AARC works best with Internet Explorer version 6.

If you still experience difficulty, please contact the Library.
 
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Old 10-10-06, 11:52 AM
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Well, after fooling around with my Symantec Client Firewall software unsuccessfully for awhile, I was able to get to this site by temporarily disabling this software. When I did, I got it's URL and pasted it into my Favorites. Now I can go there directly and what's better, the Symantec Firewall doesn't block it. Go figure???

Anyway, here's the URL for anyone who wants it: http://arrc.epnet.com/autoasp/index.asp?sid=101848445&uid=s9072919.main.autorefctr
 
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Neat idea but I wouldn't trust it. I just looked up a repair I just did on a Subaru Legacy (replaced rear struts) I don't know what I was looking at but it was not the rear struts of a subaru legacy lol.
 
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