I am actually looking owners manual, not repair. Thank you.I have had the Haynes and the Brooklands, both of which I thought were terrible. If you need to need know about the electronics or engine, as well as basic maintenance, either is fine (the Brooklands is very complete on thechnical data, while the Haynes is more biased towards an illustrated guide of procedures). Depends on what you want.
I ll ask to dealer. It might be cheaper as you said since it is 16 yr old car. Radio is non-oem. Thank you.Look on ebay. There are usually several available. Also, try your dealer. You may be surprised that they are very affordable. While at the dealer, get the radio code numbers from the parts guys if your car still has the OEM unit. You'll need it if you ever have to disconnect the battery.