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ALLDATA is the industry's leading source of online factory Diagnostic and Repair Information used by 200,000+ automotive technicians everyday.
This is as low as I've seen it go over the past few years.
These are factory service manuals accessed through web pages. Photos below show what the top-level table of contents looks like for a representative vehicle, along with at typical procedure. Specifics vary by manufacturer, as they're the ones who provide the data.
The majority of mainstream brands are available, particularly for car models 3 or 4 years old or older (i.e., 2015 and older). Newer models may not be present, but these cars are often still under warranty. BMW and Mini are not available. That's the manufacturer's decision.
This post invariably occasions assorted grinches claiming that they can get everything they need off YouTube or that paper manuals can be bought on eBay. Some factory manuals are quite expensive. If you can get them for less that this offer, go for it. YouTube? Sure, there are some great channels out there. Sometimes, I just want to skim the procedure to see what I'm getting myself into, and not every YouTuber knows what they're talking about. I find factory torque and other specifications helpful, too. Mitchell's might be better. I don't know. These have served me well overall.
So: haters can hate if they want to, but it's rather old hat.
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