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Where can I get a good workshop manual for my 2000 9-3? I’ve got the WIS and EPC off ebay, but they do not seem very complete.

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gt401967 said:
Where can I get a good workshop manual for my 2000 9-3? I’ve got the WIS and EPC off ebay, but they do not seem very complete.

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The best "manual" is right here in many bits and pieces.

"Sticky FAQs" for one
various sites for another, these are beyond excellent.

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The Haynes manual can be used for the old generation 9-3, up to 2002..
But this book is light duty, requires much patience, covers not the V6..
In other words, a good manual does not exist. You will have to make your own.
Maybe that is one reason why good manuals are so expensive...

And I can pick apart even the "good" ones....The trouble is, the good mechanics are too busy turning wrenches , non-mechanics (me for one) have not the time as they are trying to figure out how to turn the wrench , so figure out who writes the manuals !!
 

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yes no manual, and I doubt a 900 manual will have information in it which would help with some of the nuances of the T7. I would love some kind of photographic layout which explains how and why a T7 uses the bypass valve. (. That little diagram under the hood doenst do much for me.
 

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Haynes doesn't go in depth on trionic much, anyway. As for T7, try searching the performance forum as many explanations have been given of T7 in the context of why MBC's can't be used.
 
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