Never heard of one out side the normal owner's manual type. My 91
TransAM GTA came with a book and CD owner's manual. My 85 Camaro
dealer also did the computer tracking and sent me notices of when oil
changes were due, etc.
Otherwise, Rolls Royce was about the best. You bought one and they
kept track of all the maintenance, AND, if your car broke down, they
would fly in a mechanic with all the tools and parts needed to fix the
1965 Ford Mustang Fastback 2+2, Vintage Burgundy
My point is that anything they tell you how to do in the owners' manual
does not require explanation. Checking oil, brake, tranny fluid levels
and changing lightbulbs is not rocket science. They do not tell you how
to do even routine maintenance like changing the oil in a modern
I doubt it Since the DVD that the dealers use cost as much as a used car
and it can only be use using when connected to the manufactures website
and it is not available to anyone that cannot afford the price tag or know
what he/she is looking for.
I have seen mechanics with 20 years exp scratching their heads over
where to look for the solution to their promblem and then still do what
they have done for the last 15 years to solve it.
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