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My 04 Tundra is getting some age and I was wandering if the Haynes Manual is any good for basic manx like brakes, tranny/engine removal, etc, etc. Thanks.
 

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Its great for the little stuff.
Motors are motors, they come out one way and go back the same. Unless you are dropping a 5.7L in the
1st gen.
 

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It is not too in depth, but worth having to look through before doing a routine procedure. I picked mine up on Amazon for under $5.00, can't beat that. There are some inaccuracies but more accuracies than not.
 

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Haynes isn't bad though I wish that it would go further in depth and provide more detailed pictures. But for $20 that is what you pay for. It does the hob.
 

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I have the Haynes and recommend it. As someone mentioned, there are times
when it's a little inaccurate, but it's worth it.

John
 

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The perfect book for the "non-professional" mechanic!
 

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Haynes is better than nothing but a chiltons is way better.
 
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