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Q: Repair manual

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I was wondering if there are any repair manuals out there for my truck. Would you have any suggestions where I could find and buy one?

My car has 11500 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

There are many different manuals out there. However, I did find this repair manual for purchase on an online forum. You can also try looking in the back of your owners manual to see if they have the repair manuals listed inside there.

Depending on what you are looking for, there may be certain repairs that generalize to your vehicle. If you’d like, you can check YourMechanic Advice for articles on many different car topics and repairs. You may also ask another question if you want to ask about a more specific repair.

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