This manual looked good. But in trying to remove a door panel the manual completely and utterly skipped the most difficult to intuit step, that of removing the interior door handle & lock cover. Not a WORD about its removal, and the cover snaps into place in a way that is nearly impossible to see until it's off. Once a screw is removed, the cover needs to be pried apart very carefully from the underlying plastic handle bracket. At this state, once the one screw is removed, there remain no visible screws, no visible latches, yet the cover will not come off (so the door panel will not come off) unless pried apart in a very specific way. Not a word or photo in the manual about this. The result was a broken internal part that will require a LOT of effort to obtain and replace.
This is not the first time that this Haynes manual has offered help, but provided poor explanations, lousy photos and inadequate guidance. Frankly, it's not worth having by my side. Either I can intuit the issues myself, or this piece of crap fails to help and I have to go online to get answers elsewhere. I wish that I'd saved my money. And I SURE wish that I hadn't relied on it for this most recent project. Having this manual (and thinking that I could rely on it) cost me money and time rather than saving me money and time.
If you can get it for a couple of bucks, fine. But be really careful with it, and I STRONGLY recommend cross-checking anything it says with other sources before starting any project.