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Old 04-05-2008, 12:41 PM   #1
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Default Repair Manual? Haynes? other? Help!

I bought a 2005 Xb this week, and can't seem to find a Repair Manual in any of the local Auto Parts stores.

Can someone point me to a source for one?

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I've tried using the Search function without success.
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Old 04-05-2008, 05:14 PM   #2
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The factory Toyota ones are nice...pricey but nice. Fleabay is your friend here. Or maybe post a "wanted" thread in the classifieds?
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I scored the factory service manual on disc off Fleabay for under 20 bucks . It covers everything on the car.

SL also has the manual for use in the features then tech section (up top above the xA pic) but you have to go right to the pages you need cause you only get to view 5 per day.
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I need to purchase the factory manual myself...
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I need to purchase the factory manual myself...
Seems like a few of us are realizing that just because they are Toyota doesn't mean they won't eventually need to be serviced. The manual will pay for itself after the first time you use it. I love the fact that this was available for so cheap from ebay. It was actually less than I expected to pay for a Chiltons. If it was available???
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Its not a 05 but not much has changed if any.Here is a good start on info about your "B"

http://www.myjdmphoenix.com/images/04_xB_Repair_Manual/

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