Which service manual is best for an Astro/Safari 2001?

The Haynes 1986-2003 for Astro/Safari is the only repair manual I found. Is there a better one?

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Either a Motors brand, or the factor ones from your local GM dealer (also reprinted and resold by Helm Inc). The Hanyes is a waste of money. Charles
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I can almost "bet dollars to donuts" my statement below will elicit some 20 year old mental midget know-it-all, lucky to have a high school diploma, will come out of the wood work and render their comment.
When comparing either "Motors Manual" or the "Haynes 1986-2003 for Astro/Safari" to the year specific GM Astro/Safari 2001, remember "you do get what you pay for" when determining whether you got your moneys worth upon purchase.
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People who judge people by formal education & degrees on a wall, instead of what they actually know.. Are the Mental Midgets. That Said:
In the Profession Automotive Repair Trades, there are a few brands of shop manuals used. Manufactures Service Manuals, Motors, Mitchell's, AllData (Computerized Versions), APD Hollander (Interchange Info), tech publications by after market companies such as Wagner. Some of the HP books brand. A couple of off brand publications specific to certain applications.
Haynes, Chilton's, Clymer, and the like often do not contain the data needed. Chilton's "Shop Editions" are very lacking. Yet does have alignment specs. Haynes are intended for beginners that have some mechanical knowledge, yet do not have the experience that tells them how to properly do something. These books will often tell you the amateur ways to do a repair, as well as not to do some repairs which most people can do. Charles Professional Mechanic
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But Charles:
This prejudgemental asswit drives a rice burner, he isn't being accused of having brains. just a bad attitude!
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You got a good buy for $15.95!
goodbye $15.95!
Fuck you for your pre post diatribe, asswit!
Refinish King

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Helm does not "reprint" GM manuals. They are the ones who print them for GM and others in the first place.
That being said Helm is the way to go for a good manual.
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I beleave I miss worded that. Helm is the orginal printer, they also offer reprints of some *older* service manuials. Charles
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What they sell to the public:
Can be called re-prints. Because they are either second printings, or second editions. Because all the upgrades that were sent to the dealers at the time of the second printing, after the mass printing for the GM use, they add the updates to the books.
Respectfully submitted,
Refinish King

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Chilton's Professional Service trade edition is also good!
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