] Any good site to discuss and learn car repairs?
Eisermann, Phil [Ridg/CO] email (remove spam text)
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> I found the Haynes manuals to be great when repairing my Ford trucks.
> Of course, I no longer have them due to a relationship split. Ah the
> joys of real life :)
I agree, the best place to start is with a shop manual. I bought the
Haynes manual, then borrowed the Chilton's from my local library.
Personally, I prefer Chilton to Haynes. Haynes has more pictures,
but a lot less detail. The Chilton's is full of drawings that make
things much clearer IMO and IME.
Next step is to get the tools you need for the job. Then just
dive right in and do it. It isn't hard at all if you have any
sort of mechanical inclination. It's hard the first time only
because you have never done it, sort of like riding a bicycle.
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