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Old 03-01-2004, 03:02 PM   #1
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Anyone know where there is a topic on how to install these or does anyone know how to install one any help would be greatly appreciated
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You're going to need a good book and a torque wrench for this. Not something easily talked through.

Chilton'* #28200 is less than 20 bucks.
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where could i get one of those from?
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Autozone, don't you work there?
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i do but we have HAYNES MANUALS
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Haynes will work. I have one sitting right here.

I use all of them.
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ok i will try and see if the haynes work then cause i have one and they seem to be kinda not as informative
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i do but we have HAYNES MANUALS
Oh yeah. I knew y'all had some brand, couldn't remember which. I think Farm King has Chiltons. Do they have those in Chicago, probably not.
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Factory service manuals are the best. For most car owners, however, Chilton'* may be a better choice. Haynes runs third, Clymer dead last.
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anyone have had hands on experience with any of those parts replacing them?
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