Exactly!!! I thought I was the only one who actually read the manual, it's nice to see how many others do the same. I like to know about all the stuff I paid for. ;D But holy crap, there must be 50 pages on seat belts and child safety seats...I breezed through most of that...GARYD said:I read an owners manual on anything I buy cover to cover, skipping things that don't affect me. I also have to go back once in a while for specific things that I don't remember....or.....I post on this forum for a quick refresher course. ;D
$450.00, wow!GARYD said:Mike, I flip through those sections also. And the sections on USB/Bluetooth/I-Pod/etc. ;D
Gearhead, I'd like to know that too and a parts manual. Getting one Free---I doubt it. ;D
When I first got my Terrain, I tried finding a shop manual. My dealers parts manager said GM doesn't do manuals anymore. They get theirs on DVD's and said for me to try Helm. All I was able to find was one on DVD and cost $450.[/color]
I think I remember someone else on here awhile back said something about getting a manual at less cost.
I bought a service manual and parts manual for my Harley for only $125.00
$150 and in stock, now that's more like it!mnussbaum said:Helm writes the manuals, they run $150 which I think is reasonable. They're paper. The 2011 is not out yet, I'm on the email list to be notified when they're available.
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The 2010 manual is available and in stock now, same price.
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I'm mostly interested in "Schematics and Routing Diagrams" to add some little lights, receptacles and plugs here an there but will no doubt read the whole thing over time.Contains Factory Authorized Service information written by General Motors. It contains Diagnostic Information and Procedures, Schematics and Routing Diagrams, Component Locator, Repair Instructions, Description and Operation, Specifications, and Special Tools and equipment. Service information on HVAC, Body & Accessories, Restraints, Steering, Suspension, Driveline/Axle, Brakes, Engine and Transmission/Transaxle.
LOL!GARYD said:THANKS A LOT, MIKE! Now I'm out another $150.[/color] ..............just kidding. Guess I have to order one now. I wonder if they have a parts manual too. Most parts manuals are just about as informative as service manuals. I know my Harley one is.
Thanks again Mike.
That had me rolling! I know what you mean...I'm looking at $150 for a shop manual, $250 for Husky floor mats and rear cargo mat, $100 or so on chrome door handles...the stuff adds up!GARYD said:THANKS A LOT, MIKE! Now I'm out another $150. ..............just kidding. Guess I have to order one now. I wonder if they have a parts manual too. Most parts manuals are just about as informative as service manuals. I know my Harley one is.
Thanks again Mike.