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Workshop literature

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Anyone know
silly me
I need to know where I can get some workshop literature haynes/cymer/cd whats the best?

Cheers Conrad. :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: :arrow: #-o :lol:


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try the downloads section for a c model manual , this will cover most if not all of your f model stuff

just a thought being a VW/AUDI Techie. doesn't mean you can read German does it , i have your manual in german :D


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Nine

Can just about get by when I have to, only know a few words ja and saurkrout and oh yes Jorgen Klinsmann. Cheers Conrad.


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ich kann Deutschen lesen und würde eine Kopie des b vorbildlichen Handbuches auf Cd thx lieben


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translates as

I can read Germans and became a copy of the b of exemplary manual on CD thx to love
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