Status update deliveries are currently only being accepted for Australian and New Zealand postage addresses.
Delivery of printed books are fulfilled by Haynes Australia’s Sydney warehouse who currently remains in operation whilst adhering to strict precautionary measures. Haynes Australia have reduced the number of colleagues on-site to maximise social distancing and a cleaning schedule introduced.
Are delivery times affected?
With changes in place to our operations, it is possible that estimated delivery times may be longer than usual at the moment. We will keep this page updated with a status update on delivery times.
Is it possible to return items?
Yes, but please be aware that currently the best way to contact our Customer Service team is via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Most likely, if you've made failed attempts to log in, the password stored is different from the one you're using to log in. If so, just select “Have you forgotten your password?” then select Request new password on the next page, add your email address and click on Email New Password. A computer generated link will be e-mailed to you. Use this to log in to your My Haynes' Change password page to create your new password.
We do not provide third parties (this includes visitors to our Website/) with contact details for authors or illustrators. However, if you write to Haynes Publishing (details on Contact Us) and mark your letter or e-mail for the attention of the person you would like to contact, we will be happy to pass it on.
Please visit our Contact Us page. Please select the most appropriate e-mail address for your type of enquiry provide as much relevant information as possible.
For example: enquiries relating to cars and motorcycles, include the make, model, year, registration letters, engine size and fuel.
We do, in fact we publish two:
Twist and Go (automatic transmission) Scooters Service and Repair Manual, book number 4082
Chinese Scooters - Service and repair operations for the most popular Chinese, Taiwanese and Korean 50cc and 125 cc scooters. Book number 4768.
More of our scooter manuals are listed on our Scooter Manuals page.
Maybe. It entirely depends on the make and model. Please contact our customer service department for verification.
We regularly conduct market research to find out what our readers are using their manuals for. Over 15 years ago we discovered that the number of people overhauling gearboxes was virtually zero – even if they had the necessary equipment, the cost of new parts made it uneconomic.
Engine size data may be published in several formats. For example an engine commonly called a 1.6 may be of a slightly different capacity - say 1595cc. Similarly a 1.4 may actually be 1398cc etc. Try a Keyword search using the accurate engine size - e.g: 1595. Engine size is not normally specified for US titles.
If, after searching, your vehicle's engine size has not been listed in a manual's details it means that it is not covered in a current Haynes manual.
No. However we do cover petrol and diesel versions in one manual when possible. Sometimes the resulting book would be just too big, in which case we publish separate petrol and diesel titles. For certain models diesel sales are insignificant, in which case we do not cover them at all. Details of the engines covered in any particular manual appear on the title information screen that you see as part of the on-line ordering process. Please note that US manuals (including Chilton) cover petrol models only unless diesel is specified.
We publish a selection of manuals in Spanish (USA) and Swedish. A full listing is given in our on-line Catalogue section. If the manual you want to buy is in English we can supply a free technical translation dictionary in PDF format.
We buy one or more project vehicles for every manual and strip down everything relevant that we haven't seen before. Then we put it all back together again, renewing anything that is worn. We have two highly skilled technicians in our project workshop who assist and advise the technical authors.
We keep them and run them for a couple of months to make sure everything is OK. After that they are sold - quite often to Haynes staff, who appreciate the chance to buy a totally reconditioned vehicle - otherwise to the local motor trade.
Two possible reasons: it is too new, or the model range has not sold sufficiently well. We don't normally produce manuals for vehicles less than 2 years old, because for the most part they are still under warranty and being serviced by dealers. And we can't consider doing a manual until there are enough of a particular model on the road for us to be sure of covering our costs.
The interval between a vehicle arriving in the workshop and the corresponding manual being available in the shops is around 6 months. The actual writing takes a pair of technical authors about 3 months, of which roughly one month is spent in the workshop.
No. Every Haynes Service and Repair Manual contains a set of wiring diagrams covering the most frequently required circuits for the range of vehicles concerned. (Please note: for obvious reasons we do not include alarm or immobiliser circuits.) If, after buying a manual, you find that it does not contain the diagram you require, contact Haynes Technical Enquiries and we will try to help.
A Haynes Online Manual is our most complete product to date and includes many extra features by comparison with a Printed Manual. All the pictures are in full colour and we’ve added video covering commonly tackled jobs. The Online Manual works on your smartphone, tablet or desktop computer so it is available wherever you are. It is much simpler to use than a digital PDF-based book, with easy-to-use navigation tools that take you straight to your job. If you prefer to work off paper in the workshop, you can print as many sections of the manual as you like. And whenever we update a manual to include the latest information, you’ll receive that free of charge.
When purchasing an Online Manual from Haynes.com it is yours to keep, just like a Printed manual is, but in an Online format.
If you have previously purchased an Online Manual that was a subscription, Haynes will offer you a special deal via email to renew to an Online Manual that is then yours to keep.
Once you have chosen your online manual you will be asked to create a My Haynes account. Creating a My Haynes account is part of the purchase process and will give you secure access to your purchased Online Manual. We accept PayPal, Visa or Mastercard credit cards.
As soon as you have purchased your Online Manual it is available for you to use. All you need is Internet access then you log into your My Haynes account, using the same registration details you will have used to make your purchase. This makes it an ideal purchase when you need DIY service information immediately. Manuals Online are not downloads but, if you want to information where you don't have Internet access, you can print out a limited* number of pages from the manual.
*We consent for you to print only for your own reference a particular procedural section (limited to 50 copies in any six months; limited to six copies in any week). You must not make any further copy.
Please contact our Customer Service Department by email or by telephone on +61 (0) 2 8713 1400, Monday to Friday between the hours of 08.30am and 4.30pm AU EST (please have to hand the order number, order date, your e-mail address, destination country, book number, book title and order value - all detailed on your Order Confirmation e-mail), by e-mail (please attach or include a copy of your Order Confirmation) or through our Contact Us page.
If the item availability is temporarily out of stock an 'OUT OF STOCK' button is displayed and there is no 'ADD TO CART' button.
Out of stock items are normally re-stocked within a few days.
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How can I buy a Haynes book if I do not want to buy over the Internet?
From selected bookshops or automotive parts retailers. To find your nearest supplier please use the ' Locate a Haynes retailer' panel at the bottom of this page. Just key in your postcode to get a list of all Haynes stockists in your vicinity. Even if a particular store doesn’t stock the manual or book you are looking for, our special order service will enable them to get it for you within a day or two. You can also buy direct from Haynes over the phone (+61 (0) 2 8713 1400) or by post. Order forms may be obtained from our Catalogue section. The important thing you will need is the book number or the ISBN, both of which feature prominently alongside the book details on this site
Yes we do. Haynes sell worldwide through this website, through our sister sites in the UK, USA and through a network of suppliers in many different countries. To find your nearest supplier please use the ' Locate a Haynes retailer' panel at the bottom of this page.
Yes. Australian Dollars are automatically converted to the card account's native currency.
The security number is printed on the reverse of your credit card on or by the signature strip and comprises one or more groups of numbers. Please enter the last three digits only.
Send an email to our Customer Services team with 'Request For Bankers Transfer' in the subject line. Please also provide the following information: Product (book) number; your name; your address. We will post you a pro-forma invoice and the bank details you will need to make the bank transfer.
Our customer service department will supply return instructions in the instance that you received a incorrect or damaged item.
For your protection, we recommend that you obtain a proof of posting certificate. Please refer to our Terms and Conditions of Supply for full details.
Only under particular circumstances and these are: If you are returning an item because of an error on our part or because it is defective, we will refund the delivery charges incurred in sending the item to you and your costs in returning it to us.
Please contact our customer service department and advise us of the problem.
We will arrange to get the correct item to you as quickly as possible and arrange the return of the incorrect item. Please ensure that the item being returned is unopened and in its original condition. If for any reason we are unable to fulfil your order, we will issue a full refund for the price you paid for the item.
Refunds will be credited to the card or your PayPal account that was used in the original transaction. Unfortunately, we are not able to post a credit to any alternative cards or accounts.
What is your returns address?
Locked Bag 5022
Bankstown NSW 1885
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