Repair manuals, also known as Service Manuals or Workshop Manuals, contain the information you need to perform routine maintenance as well as major repairs. Service Manuals generally include periodic maintenance charts, step by step repair instructions, troubleshooting information and overhaul procedures along with hundreds of photographs and illustrations.
Wiring diagrams are usually included in every workshop manual and serve as an invaluable tool for tracing electrical circuits and pinpointing electrical problems. Many of our customers buy a service manual when they get a new vehicle. Having a service manual will enable you to read about how to carry out routine maintenance. It’s not a bad idea to have a manual when you sell your used vehicle – a prospective buyer will be impressed that you already have the manual as it infers you probably take good care of your equipment. Unfortunately we get a lot of calls from people that needed the manual yesterday and they are frustrated trying to work on their vehicle without any repair information. Sometimes these folks have broken something and now they are breaking down and buying the manual. If you need to overhaul an engine for example, a repair manual will guide you through the process. Repair manuals are used by the service departments of your local dealership.