pob - sorry, too late. Over and over I find more and far better information here on the XLR Forum than at my "factory authorized dealer".pob said:You can have your dealership's Parts dept. order one for you. Two thick volumes and pricey as a medical text, but I think well worth having on hand. Just be careful not to embarrass the factory authorized mechanic by showing more knowledge about your car than he has!
harry yarnell said:I buy the factory shop manual for every car I own. The wiring drawings are worth the the purchase price. Helm is the GM factory distributor of GM shop manuals. (www.helminc.com). I'll place my order in a day or so, and let you all know what I think when I've looked it over.
Don't confuse these tomes as the garbage from Haynes, or other 'service manuals' at the local parts house.
BTW, mswaim: I tried my local dealer to see about purchasing the videos you have, and they looked at me as if I was crazy.