That's good to know. I can ask the dealer where mine is now.
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The CD sounds like the way to go. Do you have a source for them that you will share?Kermit said:I have mine on cd and it is great. I can print out what I need and just type in what I want to know about. Say goodbye to the old school manuals!!!
Yes, that sounds about right. Maybe Kermit can share with us where he found his?BIG JIM said:Just ordered my Paper Manauls last Sunday and The Helm online site said the CD's were not available yet? just checked again and they have been pulled from the listing? go figure? www.helminc.com
Big Jim :cool
Looking at the pictures of the manual you posted the cover reads ST Truck. Is this the correct manual for the 05' SSR?BIG JIM said:Got my set of '05 SSR 3000 plus pages, today from Helminc.com .Good reading!
BIG JIM :cool
I have the Techline disc's also, bought on ebay $29.00. This series of cd's do notKermit said:My CD set also has every Gm car and truck from 1986 and newer! It is the set the dealership uses to repair the cars...same as the paper tech manual, but has them all. I thought this was a cheaper way so I could have a manual for ALL GM vehicles. It is GM's Techline series.
You can usually find a set on E-bay for about $50 or so! They usually list it under Techline cds.
Good luck and SSR to all!