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Old 02-21-2010, 08:35 AM   #1
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haynes manual

this is a long shot i know, does anyone have a spare haynes manual kicking around? dont really want to spend 20+ if i can avoid it.

So which side does this steering wheel go!!

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You can get a used one on Amazon from 9.85. Or if you are quick there is one on ebay for 5.00 Hope that helps.

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I have the Haynes which is OK but for a better manual, search ebay in the US ( you can get an electronic version of the dealer manual, much more detailed and with the diagnostic steps as well.

I paid $6.95 and was able to down load it within 20 mins of paying from a secure FTP site

Only proplem was the size of 270 Mbytes so you do need a broadband connection but it was worth the wait !
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