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Easy as pie since inexpensive software can be pluged into a laptop/desktop and cable plugs into car] that reads all the diagnostic codes after 95 models.I would think that the second most expensive [maybe third since Americans are so over weight]item in your budget [a car] deserves some self education since you will probably have one till the nursing home calls!Great hobby but if you can afford a LS not a good way to make a living to pay for it!http://www.obd2.com/
We get dozens per year where the owner tried to fix something minor [without any documentation] and ended up doing damage to inside trim/connectors or worse.Most bulbs require the manuals to change much less something associated with drivability or emissions.
Owners time would be better served keeping the engine compartment clean so the techs assume that they care about their car and not expose it to exporation or worse. Think I'm kidding!Nothing makes their day like a filthy engine compartment.
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