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I have a couple of repair manuals Chilton, Haynes and I was wondering if there are better ones out there? They both are ok for general purposes, but some things are just missing.(Tranny info) What are the better repair manuals and where can I pick one up at?:confused:
 

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Jim D is correct: The Helm volumes are the only real GM manuals. For the computer junkie there is an additional resource in www.alldatadiy.com. The 3 year subscription includes not only the Helm manuals but also all recall, labor time, Technical Service Bulletins, Diagnostic Trouble Codes and meanings, electrical diagrams, specs, and troubleshooting trees. All the line drawings can be printed or e-mailed. Subsequent renewals are discounted.
 

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Thank you for the info. I went on Ebay and bought a two volume set for my 93 Eldorado for 31$ and that included S&H. :smilewide:
 

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Its good that you had a 93, GM stopped putting Transmission info in their manuals after 96, the only info was diagnostic and some light repair work, they made for each year after 96 a two volume set that included all Transmissions and Transfer Cases. They called this a TURM
 

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Its good that you had a 93, GM stopped putting Transmission info in their manuals after 96, the only info was diagnostic and some light repair work, they made for each year after 96 a two volume set that included all Transmissions and Transfer Cases. They called this a TURM
for my 97 it covers the transmission
 
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