Buying Guides

Help for Purchasing Your Workshop or Repair Manual
When you are thinking about buying a workshop repair manual, it is easy to buy the 1st one you see online, get the manual and then end up with a manual that is of no use to you at all.

If you just want to manual to do general service items like change oil and filters, replace brake pads & shoes, replace spark plugs and leads and any other regular maintenance work, then most manuals will cover these items

With the advent of most vehicles now having some sort of Engine Management System within the vehicle, it is imperative that you do your homework before making that purchase.

If you are not sure of the content from the manuals initial descriptipion, you should before purchasing, check with us, to make sure that what you want to be covered, is actually available in the manual.

We are more than happy to answer all questions that you have, and if we cannot answer the question directly, we will contact the publisher to assertain that the information that you need is actually in the manual.

If the information that you require is not in the manual, then you may have to look at purchasing some sort of Genuine Factory  Publication to get the information that you require. We will advise you the best way we can to help you along the way.

Please feel free to use the Contact Us Link  here or at the top of the page to send whatever questions that you may have. When sending the questions, please try and include the Make, Model, Model Variant, Engine Size (Engine cc) & How Many Cylinders (4, 6 or 8) and if possible the vehicle VIN Number if you have it handy.
It just makes it a lot easier to do a VIN Search and deterime the correct vehicle information that we need.

The VIN Number is normally in the owners handbook of most of the vehicles, on your rego papers or on most later model cars, on the LH Side Lower corner inside the windscreen near the top of the dash.

I do hope this information is a help to you when making the purchase of your manual.