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Access to service manual like pages, drawings, and how-ton

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I know there is a subscription service which offers access to service manual like pages, drawings, and how-tos. I almost suscribed to it a year ago but realized that it wasn't worth the expense then since I had access to it myself where I worked as a parts delivery driver. Now, since I am no longer working, I need the accessability and will consider paying for the service. I have a '90 Cadillac Allante which I am slowing restoring; 2 Ford pickups; and a nw Dodge Nitro which right now needs no attention. Please provide the names of the services you know of so that I may investigate them and determine if the expense is worth it.
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Car
Expert:  Matt J replied 5 years ago.

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Matt J :

The two top sites are and it runs $155 a month or for $159 a month. all the others do not have good info. I use alldata and it is always up to date. You can also check with your local library most have auto repair guides online. The libraries where I am at as long as I have a library card I can go online I can access vehicle repair info at home for free.

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