ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT!!!New Dad New Van said:Or you can have the Service Manual for 1999-2004 Odysseys compliments of "porschetr":
Here it is, everyone.
-Select "Free" if you don't have the RapidShare account.
-You'll see the timer. Wait till it hits 0 and screen changes.
-Type in the code when it appears in the middle of the screen
-Save the file
Good find. Some of it looks good, some not so good. For instance, I couldn't find anything on changing the air filter for my 2008. (Couldn't find it for your 2001 either.) And the instructions to change the cabin filter were there but not nearly as detailed as Helm. For instance it just says "remove glove box door" without saying how. I also looked for the electrical diagrams. None available for my 2008. But for the 2001, the electrical diagrams are there!daghirm said:It's called "Automotive Repair Reference Center" (ARRC) and it is offered through public library websites on their online resource pages to patrons free of charge. Here is an example from my public library's site in Harford County, Maryland...
For unlimited access, you only need a library card number.
You are absolutely right about the public library online ARRC. It's scope, level of detail and completeness are still sketchy. It's definitely not an exact copy of the service manual. But you have to admit that it's a tall order to provide that much information, i.e. every make/model/year/engine that's out there since 1954.from donlibes:
Good find. Some of it looks good, some not so good. For instance, I couldn't find...
Asking $40k for an '09 Navi is almost a crime too. Meet me at the dealer tonight and we'll steal a pair of them!hexabob said:Charging $80 for a book is a far worse crime...