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02-06-02, 08:36 PM   #1  
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Free online service manuals

Click on the link below. It's a Chilton based system, and some of the images may not display properly, but it's free and it's better than nothing.

http://www.autolibrary.org


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02-07-02, 03:40 AM   #2  
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Knuckles:

I'll try to make it part of my signature file for ease in referral.

Good job.

Folks: There is always the public library which will allow be a free way to borrow a manual.

Note: The factory manual still remains the best, most comprehensive and recommended by me .

 
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02-07-02, 07:00 AM   #3  
Joe is right the Factory Service manual is the best guide in repairing any cars.

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02-07-02, 07:04 AM   #4  
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Joe, you had better try and access this site for yourself before recommending it as "free".....I visited the site and would have to register and pay a monthly fee for access, DIY or Pro......please post if you can access free info......

 
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02-07-02, 08:06 AM   #5  
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I had no problem accessing the site. There was no fee. I looked up info on several different models with no problem.

 
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02-07-02, 08:12 AM   #6  
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mooser1 is right! If it is free, how do you access it. They are asking me for a $19.95 fee to access.

 
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02-07-02, 08:12 AM   #7  
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thanks knuckles, I'll try harder.....

nope, just like XXXiii says, still wants bucks to register and access........

 
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02-07-02, 10:07 AM   #8  
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I'll have a look later and see what it says.

 
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02-07-02, 10:12 AM   #9  
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Just did it for some Saturn information, all there with diagrams. Yahoo!

 
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02-07-02, 10:21 AM   #10  
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guess I've got the wrong vehicles for a freebie......

 
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02-07-02, 10:36 AM   #11  
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Just tried accessing Saturn Info and asked for a username & password. If you try to register they want money.

Maybe it's free in your part of the country,lol.

Is there a special username & password you have to use?

 
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02-07-02, 11:49 AM   #12  
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the chilton site is free.i've been using it for a while,but i prefer to ask the smart guys here. [ sincerely ]

 
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02-07-02, 02:27 PM   #13  
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xiii 13.......at first it kept sending me to that "cypherpro" thing where you have to register and pay, I just kept trying off and on for a couple of hours, finally got it to stay on Chilton's site.....it worked!!! looked up info on 3 vehicles I own, you just have to keep after it.......good luck

 
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02-07-02, 03:50 PM   #14  
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No special anything. Just jumped right in and went to town.

Pretty good!

 
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02-09-02, 08:36 AM   #15  
A note to everyone to make the autolibrary web site your cookies should be turned on both of the stored & Non-stored cookies. If anyone of these cookies is not turned on you will get an error message or it will ask you to pay. I hope this helps.

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thanks otto, I lowered my privacy setting to allow more cookies and the site works fine....thanks for the tip......

 
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02-10-02, 08:27 AM   #17  
Your'e welcome Mooser.

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