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Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Kia, Jan 26, 2002.
I'm looking to buy one and rebuild it but know very little and a manual would help me alot.
I'm not sure how available they'd be in England, but Haynes and Chilton both make repair manual's for Blazers and Jimmy's. GM factory manual's would be the best, and also the most expensive.
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You can pick up the Haynes for around $20 from Autozone, the factory shop manuals are printed by <a target="_blank" href=http://www.helminc.com>www.helminc.com</a>. Set includes wiring diagram and unit rebuild manual was $90
I've got a Haynes manual and in my opinion it sucks. I will someday buy the factory manual or a reprint. My roommate got a reprinted (probably bootleged) factory manual for his '64 Lincoln Continental as a gift from his parents. They found it on the internet. Maybe we'll be able to find something like that for K5s. Anybody know where to find one of these?
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Try Ebay...I've seen some as low as a couple of US Dollars..
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Thanks guys I'll check it out...
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