Originally Posted by kaps
Hey, been looking for a Chilton'* Manual for my car since I got it. I have used Haynes before and they have been more useful paper weights than anything else. When I noticed the Chiltons manual it looked different than the older ones I have seen but didn't think more about it. When I got home I opened up the cover on it, Haynes must of bought out Chiltons and just sticks Chiltons name on it!! WTF?
Sorry for the rant .
What is a good inexpensive manual for my car? I cannot afford Pontiacs 2 edition set for $70 at the moment. Anything else? Some guy on eBay sells a CD for my car for $30.00 shipped, but doesn't give a brand so I am skeptical as to how much actual useful info is in it. Anyone here have that CD and fell like burning me a copy? PM me incase anyone wants to work out a deal, but I doubt that will happen. Anyone recommend something?? TIA
I've got an "Unregistered" copy of AllData'* CD Manual for all the 1993 GM models here!
Make me an offer & it'* yours!
I'll let you have it way cheaper than the $30 one guy wants on eBay too!
I got it with my 92 CD Manual. Since I owed a 92 SE, I just used the 1992 CD Manual & have registered the 1993 CD.
I've used my 92 CD for just about everything....I later bought a Set of GM Pontiac Bonneville 1992 Service Manuals (SE, SSE & SSEI) off one member here.