Date: Mon, 07 Mar 2005 20:18:46 GMT From: "Al" <alistairdorenospamo.com> Subject: Re: eAutoRepair Helpful?
"Caerbannog" <1nospamcommmode> wrote in message news:d0hl4b$6an$1nospam8.svr.pol.co.uk... > > "Lou" <justmenospammputer...edu> wrote in message > news:h64k2195123s1ifjvopfmva2doihkj3pkmnospamcom... >> On Sat, 5 Mar 2005 09:29:36 -0500, "Valjean" >> <jvaljeannospamamcharter.net> wrote: >> >>>http://www.napaonline.com/cgi-bin/ncommerce3/ExecMacro/NAPAonline/homepage.d2w/report >> >> No experience >> >> I always stay away from a site making claims but not offering a trial >> or refund if I don't feel they are living up to the claims. They may >> have what they claim but is it worth the money..... >> >> "Let the buyer beware....." >> >>> >>>At the above, there is a link to Mitchell1's eAutoRepair subscription >>>site. >>>The site purports to have repair procedures, wiring diagrams, service >>>bulletins, etc. for virtually all makes and models. Has anyone any >>>experience with a site like this one? You can buy access by the week, the >>>month and the year, but there's no trial period. >>> >> > > I bought a copy of a Mitchell Auto Repair CD-rom off ebay for my 9-3, but > it's not terribly good. Not the step-by-step stuff that we in the UK > expect from our beloved Haynes manuals. I wouldn't have bothered if I'd > seen it first. > > Hope this is useful > > D :-) Yup, same experience. The CD I got from ebay was a Mitchell repair CD, frankly not up to much. I think you'd be better off spending the money on some evening classes. Al