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Gathering knowledge

With every vehicle I've owned, I've had a full Factory Service Manual (FSM) as well. They are incredibly handy to have, but I figured I'd change gears and use something different. The problem with an FSM is that they assume you have various tools that are near impossible for a shade tree wrench to gain access to. So, enter the Haynes and Chilton manuals. Honestly, I don't need these but they are nice to have as references. They were also incredibly cheap as they are both used.

A quick but in depth look at various passages revealed that the Haynes manual is not as good as the Chilton. Doh!

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