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Hi Guys,

does anyone of you here has a PDF with service manual for RX 300?

I am servicing my car in Poland - not at dealership and such information would be very helpful, so that my mechanic knows in more details what to do and how some actions are performed.

Can you help?

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Hi, sorry for late reply - missed notification.

Thanks a lot - that will do!

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On 11/15/2016 at 2:21 PM, Filehorse said:

Hi Filehorse,

Can you please re-activate the links or upload them again?

Thanks so mush!!!

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