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Brian.Henderson provided a screenshot of a page from a Mercedes service
manual: tables. http://i.imgur.com/9rUDs26.png
I think the fact that a table is used may be immaterial to the fact that the
that's the worst presentation for that kind of information I've seen in
years. I pity the mechanics who have to use it. No wonder foreign car
repairs are so expensive. I'd have a horrible time keeping my place in those
Margaret Cekis, Johns Creek GA
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