I just bought one of these. Good stuff.
Reading the fine print statesDMGroh said:Helm is doing a 50% off deal thru the end of 2006. There is NO excuse not to get a FSM....and I paid full price last year...no regrets.
:agree: I also highly recommend everyone purchasing a FSM. It is difficult to work on any vehicle without guidance. The first time you use it for something, it will pay for itself and save you money you will spend with a mechanic. I know it doesn't sound reasonable to fork out $100+ dollars for a book, but it's worth it. Can't stress it enough.OldVetteFan said:Having the Factory Service Manual is highly recommended. It will help you understand your Corvette, even if you don't intend to perform any modifications, or intend to work on the Vette yourself.
You can use the manual to understand the original design intent of the many systems on your car, and if they aren't working properly, can also give you some idea of what your favorite mechanics will be looking for as they diagnose your problem.