The best thing to have is the manufacturer's service manual. Another solution is to visit one of the pick-your-own parts salvage yards where you pay a buck, throw your tool box in one of their wheel barrows, and you can spend all day there taking things apart. If you live between Ohio and southern Georgia, there is a real nice chain of yards called Pull-A-Part. You can do an internet search to see how many of your model they have at each yard.
Tuesday, June 26th, 2012 AT 7:26 AM