If you like doing repairs yourself, you probably have a Haynes manual for your car lying around.
They will guide you through the process of replacing numerous components.
However, Haynes has taken to Twitter to confirm it will “no longer publish new print Workshop Manuals.” That means customers who buy new vehicles, such as 2022 models, will no longer be able to get a hardback repair manual for them.
It’s not the end of the road for Haynes – we are embarking on an exciting new journey!— Haynes Manuals (@HaynesManuals) December 3, 2020
Contrary to reports, Haynes is not stopping printing Manuals. Whilst we will no longer publish new print Workshop Manuals, we will continue to print and publish our huge back catalogue. [1/3]
John Haynes started J. H. Haynes & Co. in 1960 and hit the ground running, publishing illustrated teardowns of cars. Haynes died in February 2019; the company was purchased by Infopro Digital a couple of months later. One of Infopro’s solutions for the auto aftermarket industry is to digitize business functions.