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Old 06-30-2007, 08:36 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Repair manuals for '04-'06 GTO's

In the past for every vehicle I have or had owned, I always bought a repair manual for. So, I went to NAPA the other day looking for a Haynes or Chilton's manual for '04-'06 GTO's. They don't even have a listing for either companies. Supposedly not offered.
Is there anything available out there?
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Here is one;

http://www.themotorbookstore.com/pogtocovtvxv.html
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Got my copy during a sale at http://www.motorbooks.com/.
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Yeah I agree with the guy who said the motorbookstore.com. I bought mine for my 04 gto from them. Get the one that says commador Manaro. I like it better than every chilton and haynes I book I have owned. This book even shows you how to rebuild the auto trans.
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www.helminc.com expensive but an option.
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Thanks a bunch guy's!
I probably order both manuals. After a couple uses they should pay for themselves. Cheaper than having the dealer fix it.
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Another option might be to go to the dealer and get photo copies of the section you need or going to work on. I did that to all other cars I have owned.
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