I have a box of Haynes manuals. I've bought one for every car I've ever owned, except the Audi. I'd buy that one too if they'd write one. I've even bought a couple for my friends and family's cars. I love these books.
Unfortunately I have _no idea_ where that box is. I misplaced it in the move last year and can't find it. Crap.
I found an alternative resource, and I like it almost as much as the Haynes manuals. there is a company that publishes the "Auto Repair Reference Center" online. This is a subscription service that a huge number of Libraries provide to their patrons. I found a forum post where a chap was kind enough to share his link to it and a working library card number (pl249412345678).
I dug a little further and my library has access to a different service by Chilton. Fantastic!
These are fantastic for those one-off jobs for friends so I don't have to buy a book.