Haynes Manuals - I notice that the manuals are getting smaller and thinner: therefore, less information while the unit price increase. And more books are introduced for specialty job coverage that covers a host of cars. Information one does not need.

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Company: Haynes Manuals - I notice that the manuals are getting smaller and thinner: therefore, less information while the unit price increase. And more books are introduced for specialty job coverage that covers a host of cars. Information one does not need.

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Haynes Manuals - I notice that the manuals are getting smaller and thinner: therefore, less information while the unit price increase. And more books are introduced for specialty job coverage that covers a host of cars. Information one does not need Haynes Manuals

Have purchased and used Haynes Manuals for years.

I notice that the manuals are getting smaller and thinner: therefore, less information while the unit price increase. And more books are introduced for specialty job coverage that covers a host of cars. Information one does not need.

Purchased book on repair for 1997 Chevy C/K 1500 pickup truck.

The job was removal of the brake booster.

One of many paragraphs that leave you to one to his own for mistakes in maintenance refers one to dropping the steering column. After one removes the lower panel below the steering column and exposes he underside of the dash(as/book), one must by trial and mostly error blunder one's way to get the job done.

In this case, removing side bolts for steering column U-bracket would have facilitated the whole procedure. And joining booster push rod to brake pedal frame on initial install of booster A few good hints would have saved much labor.

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