Originally Posted by SC4333
My only question is, why the hell pay for it when you can get it for free? Unless you are using the manual for detailed electrical schematics related to options that weren't available in '06, which I doubt is the case, you're just throwing your money away.
If you download the files correctly from the ttora site, its pretty damn easy to find anything you want.
True to a degree. However with each year there are improvements to each model vehicle. For example, in 2009 Toyota implemented substantial changes in the brake system for our trucks.
The 2007 wiring diagram posted on ttora has been very useful to me, but even today it came up short while diagnosing an issue for a fellow member who also had a 2009.
Originally Posted by electricmarquis
I wonder why you cant purchase the whole service library on CD from Toyota for a resonable price. I would pay $200 for that. I found some but there is like 4 of them and they are several hundred each.
I bought the complete service manuals for my dodge ram on CD in PDF format and it was $180.
I feel the same way. Toyota is arrogant in this regard. I'd pay $200 too for the damned thing too.