I finally got the prints to come out. I loaded a newer version of Adobe Reader from
the Service Manual disk, which is version 6.0 ( I know there is a newer one, thanks
HaTaX), and I was able to see the sheets in the print preview window. It was indeed
because I had an older version of Adobe Reader that I was getting the black pages!
My printer is a HP5510xi All-In-One, and once I loaded up the newer version of
Adobe, and set the properties to the correct settings, I am now able to print all
the sheets I need!!
Anyway, thanks to everyone who gave me the clues to find the problem!!
The reason I needed to print the sheets in the first place, is that a few days ago,
I found a small black connector hanging down near my brake pedal. This connector
was on the end of a small wire bundle, and it went up thru the cut-out in the cover
over the brake pedal.
I had no idea what this connector was for, and it kind of took me off guard to see
a connector just hanging there. My first thought was, what the hell is this, and what
could possibly be disconnected?
Then, I thought it might be the connector for the Adjustable Pedals, which I do not
have, but the wires and connectors are there, just not taped up out of the way.
Anyway, I looked in my Service Manual, and sure enough, the wiring harness for
the adjustable pedals is in that area, the connector is small and black, and it had
the right color wires according to the manual.
So, I printed out the pages showing this connector and wires, brought it out to
the car, and verificed it was indeed the adjustable pedal wires/connector.
If it was not for having the manual, I would have had to bring the car back to the
dealer, and leave it there for them to find out what it was, and I would have wasted
another day there.
Everyone should have one of these Service Manuals just for the piece of mind it
gives you. I have always bought them for all my cars. They are worth their weight