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Old 01-05-2010, 05:46 PM
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yes that'll work just as good... i do the same thing but i use the 04-05 wiring manual and the 06 service manual... but i mostly use the 06 service manual as a guide on some of the things...
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Didn't see a service manual for the xB, just the wiring info. I'm looking at the Doc's link on Tomas' link on this page.

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Old 01-05-2010, 07:09 PM
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Service manual for 2004 xB is in both the first and second items on the page... http://scionlife.org/Scion_Docs/2004_xB_Shop_Manuals/

2004-2006 are all the same mechanically, only the 2006.5 with the audio controls on the steering wheel has some minor differences.

Electrically the 2004-2006 and the 2006.5 differ, and using the mechanical repair manuals for the 2004 and the electrical manual for the 2006.5 works just fine.

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I have the factory manual link in my signature. \/\/\/
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Originally Posted by bB2NER View Post
I have the factory manual link in my signature. \/\/\/

thats the one I use...did I ever say thank you?



thank you
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Old 01-08-2010, 09:55 PM
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Originally Posted by MadMike550 View Post
thats the one I use...did I ever say thank you?



thank you
I do believe you did already.
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I like to say thanks for the Service Manual But in The manual i did notice it is missing a section number 13 IN-TAKE unless i am blind or I am looking at it the wrong way. Did anyone else notice this
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Old 02-03-2010, 10:31 PM
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Hmmmmmmm... Never noticed that - let me check the original CD-ROM and see if it somehow got dropped.
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Ok thanks Intake is the reason why i need the manual i just want to look it over to make sure i do it correctly.
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There is no 13 in either the Scion Life one or the one in my sig. I wonder what it might have covered???
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From what the index says it cover Intake , Now is that the air intake, crank intake who knows but i would like to some how find out
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I seriously suspect it's just the airbox assembly then.
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Nope! Not in the original CD-ROM, either. Sorry.
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Could it mean doors? i.e. There are three intakes, left and right passenger intakes and a rear intake.—as in the old days of Japanese instruction manuals, "...to move press foot on motion pedal." Just kidding.

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Originally Posted by Kerry View Post
Could it mean doors? i.e. There are three intakes, left and right passenger intakes and a rear intake.—as in the old days of Japanese instruction manuals, "...to move press foot on motion pedal." Just kidding.

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(Or in my old MG repair manuals where they would direct you to the provided spanners in the cubby in the boot...)

No, there are references to the doors in the body section, so this really should be the air sucking system...
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From researching online I found that chapter 13 which is not in the manual is about Intake Manifold,I got the info from Scion.com but it was in a search from google but things we find online could always be wrong. Wonder why it is withheld from the manual. Oh well its all good thanks for the manual it will come in-handy soon.
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Originally Posted by Tomas View Post
(Or in my old MG repair manuals where they would direct you to the provided spanners in the cubby in the boot...)

No, there are references to the doors in the body section, so this really should be the air sucking system...
On my old '70 "B", the Whitworth on the lever damper under the bonnet became undone, so I had to use my torch to find the spanner in the boot to snug it. True story. Should have never sold that car.

Now back to manuals. Does anyone have access to the xD manuals in .pdf format ?

Yes, xD......
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Thanks go out to bB2ner. The repair manual will be helping out tremendously over the next two weeks. Need to replace a sensor, and will be installing water temp, oil pressure gauges on my first gen toaster. Thanks for posting!!!
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NP, that's what it's there for. Good luck with your projects.
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Default Repair Manual 2005 xB

Does anyone have a repair manual for the 2005 xB? Much appreciated.

Thank you.
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