Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Free Auto Repair Guides from AutoZone

AutoZone offers free repair guides on their site at:
http://www.autozone.com/shopping/repairGuide.htm

"AutoZone.com's online repair guides are an essential accessory for do-it-yourself automotive repair. Each vehicle-specific guide includes detailed information and graphics to help you get your car or truck back on the road. Included in most guides: step-by-step instructions with detailed photographs and drawings, wiring diagrams, specification charts and repair tips."

Try it out! There are basic repair guides and diagrams.

For a more comprehensive paid for service, check out All Data DIY:
http://www.alldatadiy.com/

Happy Wrenching!

30 comments:

Auto Repair Reno said...

there are things that is ok for you to fix yourself, but remember that there are also things that we should let the professional handle.

auto mechanics said...

I am going for a trip for one month and I am here wondering for auto mechanic who provide me tips for car maintenance. Have any suggestions.

Conroe Storage Units said...

thanks autozone for these precious repair guides. i learned a lot.

Taylorsville Auto Repair said...

autozone is the best and i will follow these guides at any cost!!

Automotive Repairs Vancouver said...

Do it yourself is a good concept. Automotive Repairs Vancouver offers different online tips to repair your vehicle.

Alvin Payne said...

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Des Plaines taxi cab said...

It is good to know that information regarding basic car repairs are now made available, such as the guide given in this post. The information given to us by reliable sources can be of great help to us in order to maintain the good running condition of our cars. Thanks!

Hilary Kimbel said...

Thanks so much for posting this information!!! Good auto repair in edmonton is so hard to find! Hopefully I'll get exactly what I need in the future!!!

Silence Matthews said...

This is great! I'm definitely going to have to get my hands on some of these guides. It's tough in the winter to do one's own auto repair in North Vancouver, but a lot of the time it's better than paying through the nose for it!

Toby Crane said...

Thanks for sharing this information about the things that I have learned with auto repair near Chilliwack.

Toby Crane said...

I wish that the auto repair in Surrey was better. Keep up the great work!

Jack Mason said...

This is a great list! I think everyone needs to know this kind of stuff. I've been looking for some auto repair in Richmond, BC. I hope I can find a good one.

Harriette Barker said...

Online repair shops are very new to me. Although this is good to hear because we can reach them anywhere as long as there is internet connection to our place. But unlucky to those who don't even have the phones.

Stacey Beck said...

This is great! I don't know why but it's hardest for me to spend my money on my car. This will be great to help me avoid auto repair in Calgary. Hopefully I can figure out how to do some of this stuff on my own.

Anonymous said...

I have a 1996 Honda civic and I'm trying to figure out why when I put my car in drive, why is the d for drive is blinking?

Robert Destino said...

Thanks so much for posting this information!!! Good auto repair in Edmonton is so hard to find! Hopefully I'll get exactly what I need in the future!!!

Robert Destino said...

It is good to know that information regarding basic car repairs are now made available, such as the guide given in this post. The information given to us by reliable sources can be of great help to us in order to maintain the good running condition of our cars. Thanks!

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sillhouine said...

I learned it is important to maintain your car throughout its life. Unfortunately, I learned the hard way and ran my car down to its death bed. Its good to know of a good auto repair in north vancouver so my next car wont have the same fate as my last.

Tirsit Endeshaw said...

This is great Thank you for sharing us this information.
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Tirsit Endeshaw said...

Thank you for this valuable information.

Chandler Covey said...

So great to read! I have always liked going to the auto repair shop in Langley. They do such a great job.

Rich said...

Very useful post, these are some really good tips and illustrations. Autozone knows what it's doing!

Hank said...

Really helpful post, thank you. Great guides.

jackrider said...

This looks like a pretty good guide. I tried fixing my car myself but only managed to ruin it even more; now I have to take it in to get auto repair in Richmond BC done on it.

Samwise Gamgee said...

Thanks for sharing all this info. I have been looking for good auto repair in North Vancouver but this is awesome! Thanks for the post.

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Anonymous said...

Remember, you are owed an estimate before any work occurs
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Anonymous said...

i need to no how many seals are in and on gearbox n where they are so they can be replaced n is there direction on any of them corsa 1.7 diesel bakkie

Greg Nelson said...

Very helpful post. Now if something goes wrong with my car I will have a much better picture as to what's going on with it.

Jason

alex said...

It will be perfect to make more manuals DIY for auto and moto.