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Explorer "repari manual" at autozone.com

Discussion in 'General Explorations!!' started by MrShorty, September 27, 2002.

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  1. MrShorty

    MrShorty Explorer Addict

    December 27, 2001
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    Explorer "repair manual" at autozone.com

    Was browsing autozone's website tonight and found that they've put what looks like the equivalent of a Chilton's manual on their website (www.autozone.com --> repair info --> vehicle repair guides). I didn't look through it thouroughly, but the kind of information that would come in a Chilton's manual is there, including wiring diagrams.
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  3. dogfriend

    dogfriend Human-Animal Hybrid

    July 22, 2002
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    you are correct

    It even has the same pictures as my Chiltons does (at least in the electrical section which is what I looked at)

    One thing that I think is weird is that in the fine print it says the info has been licensed for use by Delmar Publishing. I looked up their web site and they appear to specialize in tech literature and training.

    When I look at my Chilton's book it says it was published by W.G. Nichols, Inc. I also found their web site and they still appear to be the publisher of Chiltons books.

    Doesn't it seem weird that one company has the rights for the book version and a different company has the electronic (web) rights? Neither company appears to own the other, at least as far as I could tell from their respective web sites.

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