If you need to diagnose a fault, perform some maintenance work yourself, or simply want a better understanding of how your car works, a workshop manual will prove an invaluable source of information. Explore the range below to find the right manual for you.
There are all types of workshop manuals available. The main types are detailed below.
Factory service manuals are produced by the vehicle manufacturer. They are the most technical type of workshop manual and are useful for finding out the nitty gritty of maintenance details; for example, they will provide service specifications, torque values, fluid capacities, diagnostic charts, prescribed maintenance timings, detailed instructions for repair procedures - and all the other facts and figures relating to your specific model of car.
Aftermarket repair manuals are aimed more at the layperson. They are not quite so technical but focus more on 'how to' guides for everyday maintenance work that's suitable for beginners.
Additionally, more specific workshop manuals are available, such as wiring manuals, electrical manuals and unit repair manuals for individual components such as the engine or transmission.