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Hey guys
I’m new to the group!!!!
I just purchased a 2015 trax and i really like it.
I was looking on line for a repair manual but not sure which one to go with.
Looking for a paper one.
Any help would be fantastic and thank you for letting me into the forum.
 

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I bought the .pdf manual and print what I need, also gives me a means to input drawings on here without having to scan a book. For example...
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The best one to get is the actual factory service manual. It is huge and expensive but well worth it in the end as it covers everything. Haynes Chilton and other manuals sometimes put in the remark of "take it to a qualified mechanic" rather than explain how to do it. That is worse than useless. The factory manual will explain the function of each part of the car, then list step by step testing procedures, then give step by step R&R procedures. The manual is very well cross indexed, if you have to take something off to get at what you are working on it will list the page number for getting that part off and that part will have the page number of any that must be done prior to its removal. The factory manual is (depending on year) 4 to 6 volumes with each volume almost 2 inches thick. Compare that to the half inch thick Hanes or Chilton.
 
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