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Hello all! Does anyone know if there is a repair manual available out there for our car, or is it too soon to have one?
 

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There should be one available to order at the dealer parts counter. Or if you would like instant access to one online for a nominal fee, you can go to Toyota's Technical Information System here:

http:.//techinfo.toyota.com
 

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I just purchased the electical and engine mechanical. I figured I do not need the chassis stuff.
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If you don't mind me asking, how much did it cost and where did you get it?
It cost me around $800 I think. I really don't know where my friend got it from but he is in Ontario, CA. I had to get all 4 volumes because at the time I got the F, Lexus here wasn't opened yet.
 

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It cost me around $800 I think. I really don't know where my friend got it from but he is in Ontario, CA. I had to get all 4 volumes because at the time I got the F, Lexus here wasn't opened yet.
That's too much for me, but thanks for the info. I was hoping to find a simple DIY manual like the Haynes kind. With the kind of manual you have, you can probably build an IS-F from ground up! :)
 

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That's too much for me, but thanks for the info. I was hoping to find a simple DIY manual like the Haynes kind. With the kind of manual you have, you can probably build an IS-F from ground up! :)
The Haynes manual takes a year or two to come out. I doubt they'll have one for the F considering it's such a low-volume car. =\
 

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The Haynes manual takes a year or two to come out. I doubt they'll have one for the F considering it's such a low-volume car. =\
Oh well, just thought I'd ask.. But I'm still hoping for a simple manual to come out in the future for not-so-mechanically-inclined people like me. The Haynes manual is just easy for me to follow. If not, I can always count on the gearheads in this forum. ;)
 
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