Austin Davis here, owner and webmaster of this site and ex-auto repair shop owner. I get over 20 emails a day from visitors trying to repair their car themselves. They tried to do the repair without the proper information… and now they are stuck!
Everyone has the capability to repair their own car and save a HUGE amount of money but if you are not equipped with the proper tools and education you will probably fail.
I use Alldata in my 23 bay repair shop, and if you work on your car
….you should too.
Why Alldata is better than the others?
- Super easy to use – anyone can use it!
- Access online NOW – don’t have to wait for CD’s to mail
- Always free updates
- Great wiring diagrams and illustrations
- Step by step diagnostic charts to quickly diagnose and repair
- Large database of TSB’s – Technical Service Bulletins (This is What the dealerships use – it’s AWESOME)
- Large database of recall information
- OEM part number interchange and part number look up
- Great maintenance schedules and reminders
- Perfect for novice or trained mechanics
- It’s CHEAP!!!!!
You came to a great place! You are only minutes from owning the most comprehensive, easy to use, and economical auto repair manual available. If you are looking for Chilton, Motor . Mitchell or Haynes auto repair manuals……..don’t go anywhere, take 1 minute and read what I have to say.
It contains recall information, technical service bulletins, OEM part number interchange, great illustrations and wiring diagrams, and a very powerful diagnostic database to properly repair your car problem fast and easy. What is the price of this great service? About that of one oil change…..less than you expected right?
To repair today’s vehicles you must have the proper diagnostic information. Most hard bound paper back manuals can cost $50-75 bucks! Alldata is half that and better too!
With hard bound paper back books…pages tear, get grease on them or end up missing. Not with Alldata, everything is online, print out what you need then throw it away when you are finished with the job.
In my shop we have a huge diagnostic library filled with technical service bulletins and recall data. This library is not only super expensive but has to be updated each year.
I don’t think I can find one of these books with a complete set of pages. Pages tend to end up at my mechanic’s house’s for weekend projects etc..
My point is, why buy expensive hard bound books and have to store them, take care of them and update them. Having EVERYTHING you need online makes much more sense doesn’t it?
Half the price, updated consistently so you are never have out of date data, you print only the pages you need when you need them, and they have better pictures and illustrations than the competition .
Trust me, you will like them better than traditional automotive manuals.