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Old 19th April 2004, 20:45   #1
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check out the older honda workshop manuals in pdf format. Some stuff is applicable for the City from the older civics.
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Whoops sorry - I forgot to add the link

http://www.honda.co.uk/owner/workshopmanuals2.html
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Nice...

if only i owned one of those!

I had devoted days of my life looking for an online/digital or even print manual for my W123 200, but no official print manuals available and the only half manual i could find online was not pertaining to the 200.
The official manual was available on a set of cds for $140
Apparently mercedes used to give its workshops manuals on micofilm!! ...seems weird.....but when u think about it, it makes a lot of sense... mechanics could veiw the manual projected on a wall/screen and would never need to flip pages with their dirty hands, instead just wind the microfilm handle!

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Rehann

There should be print manuals. Back in 1974, my dad was planning to bring a Merc over on TR. He bought the official manuals, I used to go throuh these - later gave it to an uncle of mine. The car nver came, my father chickened out of paying 200% and sold the car on in the UK for a profit !!!!! Mercs were in short supply then esp. diesels
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hey rehaan..

why dont u download the manual and print it using software like adobe..u can ake look juts like an orginal manual with a bind and et all..
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Ajmat,

I tried forever but no luck..... there were only those 3rd part manuals which werent good enough IMO. Maybe 1974 was before the microfilm days? (mine is a 1983 W123). I wonder what is better - owning a merc or selling a merc for a profit? ;-]
Vishnu - read my post again bud.

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Rehaan,

I dont know how much this helps, but since you have been searching long....<a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=7900391051&catego ry=34227&sspagename=WDVW" target="_blank">heres a shot!!
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Hey GTO,

thanks.....this does look more specific than the popular Haynes manuals..... but i dont think its the official merc manual (coz no logo).
If i had seen this 1-2years back i would have definitely picked it up (that when i was taking time off before collg so i had time for this!). It seems way better than anything i had managed to find in print!!

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