Free Car Maintenance also £2.99 for one job @ Haynes On Demand
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Free Car Maintenance also £2.99 for one job @ Haynes On Demand

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Found 9th Aug 2017Edited by:"ssc1"
Scroll down to FIND MY CAR...price glitch on full manual @ £0.? stated but untested myself.

Haynes OnDemand is a new service that draws upon our rich history of market-leading manuals and delivers you in-depth video tutorials for your car, one job at a time.

Plus, you’ll also find written step-by-step instructions with colour images to help guide you through the process.

As ever, each car is stripped down by qualified mechanics in our professional workshop and reassembled in high-definition footage.

Plus, OnDemand is Haynes’s most inexpensive manual yet! Purchase a single task for just £2.99 or the full set of your car’s jobs for just £9.99!
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Sadly when I get to the payment screen it errors and says 'Value cannot be zero' - no good.
The free one is for 18 jobs that cover the basics, Tyre checks, Oil Checks etc
Seems like a great idea but no videos for new vw golf (top 3 best selling cars in U.K.) so that's not great.
Good idea but there is not enough cars or jobs on there.
One of the jobs I saw on there was how to open the bonnet, no joke.
The £9.99 doesn't cover all the manual and will mostly be made up of stupid easy jobs as RealDash mentioned: How to open a bonnet^ its a con.

Good idea but will take lots of effort from Haynes to make this a better alternative to the manual, they always have been and i hope they continue to be excellent guides.
dc1001 h, 35 m ago

Sadly when I get to the payment screen it errors and says 'Value cannot be …Sadly when I get to the payment screen it errors and says 'Value cannot be zero' - no good.


you can add free full download and a £2.99 job it works.
They'll never match the content from YouTube and enthusiast sites. Oh and that's free. Sorry Haynes your day is done.
MrWani14 h, 52 m ago

They'll never match the content from YouTube and enthusiast sites. Oh and …They'll never match the content from YouTube and enthusiast sites. Oh and that's free. Sorry Haynes your day is done.


Years ago when you bought a new car a Haynes manual would be one of the first things you would buy. The photos were grainy and black and white and the spanner guide would tell you how complicated the job was. Changing an engine was 5 spanners, changing a bulb was two. Ha.
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