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  • avatar MrShift@Edmunds 08/17/11 11:37 am PST

    I can't cram all those diagrams into this little space, so I'd suggest the following:


    1. Find a similar car (neighbor, friendly used car lot) and snap photos with your cell phone.

    2. Consult your local public library for a repair manual or online database

    3. Subscribe for one year for $26 to ALL DATA DIY and get any repair info you need for your car (one car only per subscription).

    Good luck with it!

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  • MrShift@Edmunds 08/17/11 11:37 am PST

    I can't cram all those diagrams into this little space, so I'd suggest the following:


    1. Find a similar car (neighbor, friendly used car lot) and snap photos with your cell phone.

    2. Consult your local public library for a repair manual or online database

    3. Subscribe for one year for $26 to ALL DATA DIY and get any repair info you need for your car (one car only per subscription).

    Good luck with it!

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