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OH MY GOD!!!!! This is what I was thinking as I thumbed through my new helm. Ya, I had heard those who had them talk about them like they were gold, but to spend 70 bucks plus on one, that's a chunk of change for a manual. I thought I would get by with my haynes. I'm kicking myself in the head for all the DYI stuff I did without one! This thing is worth it's weight in platinum!!!!!

Suck it up and buy one! Follow this link, give up your CC number and welcome to the world of DIY the easy way.
Helm me Baby!
 

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Now you know why the Chilton or Haynes manuals are only good for reading on the W.C. I am gladened to find that I am no longer a lone voice crying in the wilderness.

P.S. Now purchase the Owner's Manual if you don't have one.
 

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as far I as I know they're both the same. My invoice said shop manual, the book itself says service. Let me tell you, the more you get into the book the more I love it! EVERYONE WHO OWNS A LEGEND SHOULD HAVE THIS BOOK! If you are mechanically inclined at all you can save the 60-75 bucks the first time you use it.
 

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I can see some confusion with the different sets. Maybe someone can help us out, but from the looks of it the "shop" and "service" manuals are the same thing. As far as the 95 coupe is concerned it looks like you have to buy the set. The other is a supplament that must include the four door info as well. My book reads Legend Service Manual 1991. Which of course is for my year of Legend. It seems like the newer years get more expensive. I wouldn't have a clue as to why.
 
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