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> It is better for cars that are > 3 years old, I think. You pay 24.95
> for 1 CD. That means that next month, there may be a new TSB on you
> vehicle, in which case it is now another 24.95 for the new CD. I have
> the CD for the 1990 Coupe Quattro(covers some 90s and 100s too) which
> is not likely to produce many new TSBs. However, this should not be a
> problem because newer cars have a warrantee. I would say buy one the
> day your warrantee runs out.
> They do offer a subscription service for shops, but it is too
> expensive for us DIYs.
Can you describe the contents of tyour CD? I suspect the shops get
the full manuals and drawings for the increased $$$$.....
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