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Cars / Trucks / Vans Category: Owner's Manual

Problem:

Owner's manual is lost or otherwise an owner's manual for a particular vehicle is needed.

Solution:

If you lost your owner's manual for your vehicle, are in search of the owner's manual for a used vehicle you have purchased, or are just looking for an owner's manual (or alternatively a service manual) for an antique / vintage car, there is hope.

 

First, try contacting the car dealership from where you purchased the vehicle to see if they have spare owner's manuals on hand, and if not, try the vehicle manufacturer to see if they have any.  Although vehicle manufacturers are mandated by law to supply each newly manufactured vehicle with an owner's manual, there is no law for the manufacturers to maintain a stockpile of owner's manuals, so they may have enough to satisfy the requests for a replacement manual, but this ability to satisfy such requests ends as soon as their initial and final supply of owner's manuals for the particular vehicle runs out.

If you have no luck with the vehicle manufacturer, you may try to contact the original owner of the vehicle if the vehicle in mind is a used vehicle.

If you are willing to spend some money, you may turn to online companies that specialize in selling owner's manuals.  Some of these include the Auto Owners Manual company, the Books 4 Cars company, and the Auto Barn company, to name a few.  See them and other relevant companies here as part of the Relevant Online Resources.

Lastly, if you can't get a hold of the owner's manual, you can opt to settle for the service manual of your vehicle, which essentially encompasses the same material found in an owner's manual, except it contains more detail primarily for technicians.  Vehicle manufacturers, in fact, tend to have service manuals left over more often than their owner's manuals.

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