The only comment I have about this is that if you are really not mechanically inclined, you may be better off going with an aftermarket service manual than an OEM one- the OEM ones sometimes assume that you have some mechanical knowledge and can be a little hard to follow at times. However, I don't have any specific experience with Suzuki manuals, so this may not apply to them. Also, aftermarket manuals (Clymer, Haynes) are usually about half as much as an OEM manual.
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