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Check out www. faxonautoliterature. com. They have factory service manuals for almost anything but they also list a transmission overhaul book for GM manual transmissions. It's easy to use and there is a phone number if you have questions. I've used it numerous times and had quick prompt service and good prices. Hope this helps.
You're kidding right? Transmission repair is not for amateurs. Heck, most mechanics don't even mess with them: it requires specialized (read: $$$) tools and expertise. Either take it to a transmission place, or buy a rebuilt one and swap it out. You'll be glad you did.