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The Chiltons books are pretty cheap and a good place to start.
At my local library, we have free access to ChiltonLibary on-line that are quite comprehensive. I imagine the service is aimed at professionals but have no idea to be honest. Not sure how this differs from the Chiltons book.
2007 Lucerne CXL. and 1995 Lesabre currently, past 1973 Riviera, 1968 Riviera
The online services might be a option if you don't need to have the hard copy laying around. The other parts store types are a little to general for most people, but they are priced right. There are digital ones on Ebay in the $25 to $30 range but have no experience with them, seems that it's legit who knows.
Hmm, know from years past the factory manuals in whichever form can be obtained are the best to make your own repairs. Chiltons and others I found are good for general repairs but when you need extensive wiring schematics let's say, the info just isn't included.
Last set I bought was for my '87 Corvette and there was nothing on that car I couldn't fix. One repair can easily pay for the books or factory PDF. Prefer actual hands on pages myself.