Ouch, the Helm manuals are $150 printed and $400 for the DVD! I'd prefer to have the manual digitally (nice to bring up on the laptop or carputer) but not for that price. Mind you there's about 46 different models covered on the DVD. Too bad they can't break out the file for the G6 separately. I paid $135 for my single-year Jeep CD, same price as the printed manual, and would pay the same price (somewhat grudgingly) for the G6.
i get my pontiac repair instructions online from real people who did real repairs, and there are consumer advocate sites online that may be of help. Its more effective since these people have encountered issues and therefore can be avoided.
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I like having the manual in hand as well to flip through. It is great to cross reference with and fun to build up a collection. If I have auto repair questions I find it is always best to double check my sources to make sure I get it right the first time!
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