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Old 18 May 2004, 10:11 am
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Default Accord 2000

Is there any good online resource/book to learn how to service an accord
2000, I would like to learn more mechanical concepts on this car.
thanks in advance-Rob


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Old 18 May 2004, 12:25 pm
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Default Re: Accord 2000

Check out helminc.com. They have great service manuals that are somewhat
expensive
but you will never regret the purchase.

Dave

"Rob" <rob@hotmail.com> wrote in message news:40aa2787$1@news.sentex.net...
> Is there any good online resource/book to learn how to service an accord
> 2000, I would like to learn more mechanical concepts on this car.
> thanks in advance-Rob
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Old 18 May 2004, 12:48 pm
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In article <40aa2787$1@news.sentex.net>, "Rob" <rob@hotmail.com> wrote:

> Is there any good online resource/book to learn how to service an accord
> 2000, I would like to learn more mechanical concepts on this car.
> thanks in advance-Rob


You should visit some of the local auto parts stores and see if they have
any manuals for sale related to your Accord. There are several companies
that make them. The one that I purchased was printed by a company called
Haynes. If you can't find a Haynes manual for your car in your town, call
them at
1-805-498-6703.

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Old 18 May 2004, 01:50 pm
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None online for the 2000 Accord. But there are a couple of resources for earlier
Accords.

The first is www.autozone.com . Anyone can describe their pre-1996 Honda car at
the autozone.site and get a repair guide that is about as good (and often
duplicates) the Chilton's manual series.

The second is http://www.honda.co.uk/owner/workshopmanuals2.html . Its most
recent Honda is a 1997 Civic.

Public libraries often have the Chilton's or Haynes manual for cars your vintage
and older. You could check your car's manual out and compare it to what's online
above, to give yourself an idea of how reliable the online guides for earlier
Accords are for your car.

I have a 1991. I find that some sections of the online manuals for, say, 1988
Civics duplicate those for 1991 Civics. One should tread carefully when taking
this route, of course. But a lot of the routine maintenance is the same over
several years of a car's make and model.

By others' reports here, www.helminc.com sells the best manual for your car.
Should be under $75. Ebay is worth a try, too.

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> Is there any good online resource/book to learn how to service an accord
> 2000, I would like to learn more mechanical concepts on this car.
> thanks in advance-Rob



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