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It’s a complicated piece of kit.

Wonder if they do a mood changing wiring diagram for women? Would be a best seller.

No doubt a mood changing wiring diagram would be easier to follow as well 🤣🤣🤣
 
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They are a handy reference for torque values, timing marks etc.

Good winter reading as well.

I had one when I was 13 rebuilding my Honda MT-5, my lad has just rebuit his own MT-5 with an old Haynes we found at work!.
 

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Anyone else received their copy already? Mine arrived this morning.
 

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page 1 chapter 1 Tools required.. A good torx set.
As mentioned they are good for torque settings, and on the more simple stuff like tightening handbrake cable.

I wonder if they include the tricks found on here? Like back winding EHB, or oil reset.
 

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Haynes need to have a look at their website. Put my reg number in, it brings my car up as a Kuga MK2 and says no manual is available for my car yet!!

Note the online manual is £14.99 PER YEAR...
 

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Just ordered mine, should arrive Wednesday 👍🏻
 

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Mine arrived this morning. Looks OK. The picture quality is pretty poor though.
 

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I think this is due to the poor quality paper that is used today, older manuals were good quality paper you could get all kinds of mess on them you could still read them and pages would stay together even when they got wet.
 

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Just ordered the book, the online access for 1 year is a complete rip off imho.

If anyone needs a good torx/ allen/ spline set these are excellent, use one daily at work and bought one for home too.

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Got mine today online is daft. Book ok would cover the needs of most people, even if you completed one job it would pay for its self.
 
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