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The head casket of my bighorn needs replacement. I have got the head casket set but for the engineer to fix, he needs the Repair Manual Book of the Car

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    Mical Caterina Mar 14, 2011

    need more info - year, model & eng size

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Sorry to be a bit indifferent here but a proper mechanic doesnt need a repair manual ,its a engine be it petrol or diesel and as such its basic mechanics to strip and repair which any competent trained mechanic should be able to do with or without a manual .

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