Dave - that would mean actually getting up off their arse and going outside and
opening the car door and getting the book from the glove box and then learning
how to read English. Much easier to sit in front of a computer screen and ask
you and me and all and sundry.
On 26 May 2007 12:57:10 -0700, email@example.com wrote:
It is virtually imperative that you own a handbook as it gives you all the
relevant information about the car and how to operate it.
As Dave said - is it a US thing that all handbooks are dumped as soon as the car
leaves the showroom? Or - do all Americans know everything about everything as
they deem to portray themselves to the rest of the world - BTW did you know that
there are other pieces of land other than what you call America out there?
Might I point out that you're wasting *YOUR* time and *OURS*.
You claim not to have a manual, fine. But, you claim to be able
to use a computer. Apparently not, as if you did you would have
done a search in this group to find answers to your question.
I know that it's been answered here - many time - as I recently
broke down and answered it.
What the hell do they do with them over there?
I have a '94 E34, a '96 and a '98 E39.
All baught within the last 3 years and all 3 came with Owners Handbooks,
Service Books, and various bills.
The service books were not all up to date, but at least they came with the
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