Wow, that's pretty sweet! I've been longing for more digitization of car reference material.
They really ought to include all sorts of relevant and helpful technical drawings in DXF or DWG format on there. I really want AutoCAD drawings of my car. An interactive 3D guide to the car's systems would also be sweet; highlighting all the cable harnesses associated with a specified system or something.
Great... leave your car parked in the sun for one summer day and you've lost your owners manual due to warping.
What part of "Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah'nagl fhtagn" don't you understand?
What if you are trying to find something whilst not at home and your car won't start... how are you going to look it up assuming you don't always have a laptop on hand?
videos from chrysler are really helpful especially the chrysler repair manuals found online. it's very convenient to use compared to the traditional paper and folder manual. i can't believe how easy things are today. it was just yesterday whee people needs to browse pages for their repairs but now they just have to click some stuff and in an instant see what they are looking for. cheers to chrysler and other car manufacturers who are going online for their manuals. :-)
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