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satmark 01-02-2014 07:44 PM

Books that have helped?
 
For those of us new to the wonderful world of auto repair I'm wondering if there are books on theory and/or practice that people have found useful. Thank you!

jimboman 01-03-2014 01:36 PM

Re: Books that have helped?
 
For general theory, I read Auto Fundamentals by Martin W. Stockel. I just checked it out from my university's library.

For A/C, I read Automotive Heating and Air Conditioning by Thomas Birch.

You might also look at [url]http://autoshop101.com/[/url].

For more specifics on repair itself, I've read a few Haynes manuals and the Saturn FSM. There are also tons of good video on Youtube nowadays where you can see how the repairs are done.

Good luck!

Jax_1995_SL1 01-03-2014 09:46 PM

Re: Books that have helped?
 
+1 on the Saturn Factory Service Manuals.

Reading threads here, watching Richpin06A videos are (in my opinion) way more valuable and practical than reading a book and learning repairs/knowledge base.


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