Heh. Sorry dude, there's no freebies for this kind of work. It's well worth your while spending that fiddy to get the proper workshop manual, it'll more than likely save you more than its worth in mistakes you won't make by following it.
I agree, I had workshop manuals for the first few cars I owned. I've had brand new cars, under warranty, since 1998 though, so I haven't worked on my own for a while now, beyond anything that's just common sense, like changing brake pads, minor electrical, and sound systems.