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Old 11-27-2002, 03:37 AM   #1
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Okey dokey! I have a new book. It covers interior and exterior parts...alot more than I expected, too. This is normally used by a body shop. It gives prices (a little old, but pretty close), R&R times, and 8-digit OEM part numbers. Covers years 92-99, all models. If you need help with a location of a part, or just a part number, let me know.

Here'* what it covers (each section is an exploded diagram showing every stinking little part):

Information labels, front bumber assembly, grille, front lamps, washer, sid lights, fog lights, Hood assembly, cooling (rad, fans, res, pump, hoses), trans cooler incl w/towing package, A/C heater/vent, front fender assmeblies/trim/molding, underhood dimensions, front inner section (front clip parts and subframe), air bag system, ABS/brakes, cruise control system, wheels (shows all available wheel designs incl center caps/lugs) and the donut spare, front suspension (complete), front drive axle (halfshafts etc), front steering link and gear, ps pump system, steering wheel/column (all the way down to the stereo controls!), tilt assembly, engine/trans/mounts, air box, superchargers, exhaust, emissions, batter/tray/clamp, horn, ignition, starter, windshield, wipers, cowl and dash assembly, instrument panel, center console, rocker/pllars/floor, interior trim, front seat, folding arm rest (SE), rear seat, seat belts, doors, exterior trim and badging, mirrors, all glass, roof, sunroof, back window, quarter panels, power antenna, trunk lid/spoiler/locks, rear suspension, level control, fuel tank, rear body/trim, rear lamps, rear bumper.

Pretty cool? I think so! Remember that I have a scanner. If anyone needs copies of sections, I'm more than willing to share the wealth. Best 9 bucks I ever spent.
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Okey dokey! I have a new book. It covers interior and exterior parts...alot more than I expected, too. This is normally used by a body shop. It gives prices (a little old, but pretty close), R&R times, and 8-digit OEM part numbers. Covers years 92-99, all models. If you need help with a location of a part, or just a part number, let me know.

Here'* what it covers (each section is an exploded diagram showing every stinking little part):

Information labels, front bumber assembly, grille, front lamps, washer, sid lights, fog lights, Hood assembly, cooling (rad, fans, res, pump, hoses), trans cooler incl w/towing package, A/C heater/vent, front fender assmeblies/trim/molding, underhood dimensions, front inner section (front clip parts and subframe), air bag system, ABS/brakes, cruise control system, wheels (shows all available wheel designs incl center caps/lugs) and the donut spare, front suspension (complete), front drive axle (halfshafts etc), front steering link and gear, ps pump system, steering wheel/column (all the way down to the stereo controls!), tilt assembly, engine/trans/mounts, air box, superchargers, exhaust, emissions, batter/tray/clamp, horn, ignition, starter, windshield, wipers, cowl and dash assembly, instrument panel, center console, rocker/pllars/floor, interior trim, front seat, folding arm rest (SE), rear seat, seat belts, doors, exterior trim and badging, mirrors, all glass, roof, sunroof, back window, quarter panels, power antenna, trunk lid/spoiler/locks, rear suspension, level control, fuel tank, rear body/trim, rear lamps, rear bumper.

Pretty cool? I think so! Remember that I have a scanner. If anyone needs copies of sections, I'm more than willing to share the wealth. Best 9 bucks I ever spent.
Will now that you are excited about your new book...lol, can you take all those parts and lable them on a pic in french and english for starters!....LMBO!!!!!!!

Juuuuuuuuusssssssssst kiddinnnnn!!!!!
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Ummmm.....I DO french. Don't know why. I went to school in CA. I would have been better off taking Spanish. Just wanted to do something different.
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Bill,

I got the same thing for the 2002. Actually it is only the relevant pages out of the manual. I bought them off Ebay for $5.00.

It paid for itself whe I needed the part numbers for my replacement emmisions sticker and a replacement sun visor (cig. burn the first week I owned the car ).

I don't know how they would scan because of the super small text.

Let me know if you are interested.

Jay
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