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Discussion in 'The Garage' started by DavidB, Jun 27, 2006.
I wouldn't get a CD. Most factory manuals weren't originally made on CDs, so any you're likely to find are aftermarket crap.
Try helm also here
I believe that Ira has the whole set. A trip to kinkos and a little $ would get you a set.
That's where I got mine. I only found one for the 1990 r/v series, but seeing as mines an 89, I figured it's close enough. I'll just remember that the 90 K5's had some minor differences.
The 5.7-liter V-8 (L05) engine was improved for 1990 with the addition of improved oil control rings, a redesigned rear crankshaft seal, a new camshaft sprocket design, non-asbestos intake manifold gaskets, and heavy-duty intake valves. They also have anit-lock brakes.
Get Ira to scan and post it.
We talked about him scanning it before.....
Gold I have an 89 GMC truck what do you need to know? I am in Toledo if you need a look see at anything. I also have access to Alldata 8.0 email me at the eastcoast-k5 if I can help you.
Remember I'm pulling for you! We are all in this together. Duck tape rules!
I don't need to know anything. I already have my manuals.
(psst... this isn't my thread )
I knew that but was being nice since we are neighbours
i bought a cd off of ebay....
fricken guy is just copying them and selling them.....
on top of that.. he has tons of auctions for different vehicles but they are all the same cd...
I bought one cuz for $9 to my door.. why not... well it sucks... I looked at the wiring and there isnt anything better than my chiltons manual.....
hmm I should make an iso of that cd... and maybe "Store" it somewhere...
hell if he can make $$$ on copies.. why cant I "Loan" it out
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