I've seen the cheesy repair manuals from the cheaper companies, and I don't
like them at all. They seem to show half of the answer, but not the whole
answer. Helm, Inc., is the only correct answer, in my opinion.
The books from books4cars.com that are labeled as the actual manufactuer's
manuals ARE the real manufacturer's manuals, identical to the manuals that
Helm supplies. I don't know how books4cars.com manages to undercut Helm,
but they do. However, books4cars.com does not stock as many manuals as Helm
The Chilton and Haynes manuals are very "general purpose" and often contain
incorrect, incomplete, or outdated information.
Try ebay I found these with a search for "Cadillac 1998". There were many
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