The Bentley has a lot of info, but a lot of it is incredibly vague. The instructions to remove the master cylinder are pretty silly, it tells you to remove some parts and then remove the master cylinder from the booster.
For those who have Alldata and/or bently experience, what would you say is a better mode of info on my jetta? Need to make up my mind before my parts come in for my blown head and timing belt.
Seriously? Who cares when my join date is? I've been wrenching on cars for my entire life, I know how **** works.
FWIW, the only reason I was looking at the instructions for the master cylinder was to see if I needed to adjust the booster rod. Hey guess what, the Bentley doesn't have that info.
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but on a serious note...bentley for the win, its not as vague as everyother manual ive spent money on
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I use alldata at work a fair amount. They get the data from the factory repair manuals, so the content really depends on what the car manufacturers release to them. Hyundai and Kia for example, have horribly written factory repair manuals.
For some cars, alldata is great, others it sucks. It is nice that alldata has a lot of technical bulletins that normal people can't just waltz into the dealer and get. I work for a vw dealer so I don't use alldata for vw and audi cars, as I have access to the factory books. I will say, the bentley is sometimes vague, and does have its fair share of errors in it. Most jobs on an A2 shouldn't even require opening a repair manual. If your mechanically inclined, most jobs are fairly simple.
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