Right you are.Yeah I meant Haynes but yea if u don't know what ur doing anyway those aren't REALLY going to help anybody.
The Gold Standard is still the FSM, using the jump drive and then the paper bibles. The 18 Nox/Terrain is over 10,000 pages long!!! Not cheap but they will pay for themselves over time as will Alldata and Chilton.
I too got the FSM as soon as it was available, then the MDI and GDS2 software and a subscription to TIS. It worked really well when doing the rear disc brakes.
Urbansuburban hit the nail on the head.
Nothing compares to the Factory Repair Manuals.
Not cheap but if you are going to keep your vehicle it will pay for itself.
When you are ready to sell or trade sell them on ebay for half of what you paid.
Both sets I sold were gone in a day.
Did you ever find one?Is there a free copy of the 2011 terrain repair manual floating around?