How to Replace a Car Owner's Manual

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Car owner's manuals can be retrieved in a number of ways, such as stopping by the dealership or printing a new manual online. Discover how to order a new owner's manual with help from a certified master mechanic in this free video on car maintenance.

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Good afternoon, my names Tom Brintzenhofe, Certified Master Mechanic from Redding, Pennsylvania and today I'm going to talk a little bit about how to replace your cars owner's manual. Now, in time, you end up misplacing one of these things and you just can't find it. There's lots of different places where you can get one of these. Some publishing companies online, I can't think of any names off the top of my head but if you do a little web search of owner's manuals you'll be able to find a couple of different companies that print these things. But, the easiest and most logical place to find one of these is, stop down at your local dealership. Anyone in your area will probably do just fine. Sometimes they have these on hand on the back shelf. If not, they can order them for you. They were, at one time, about $20 - $30 to get one of these replaced. They got a lot of good information in them. Probably a good thing to have. That's the easiest and fastest way to get your hands on one of these. Just stop by your local dealership . Go back to the Parts Department, tell them what you got, year, make, model and they'll be able to hook you up. That's the easiest way I can tell you how to get yourself a new owner's manual.


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