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Lookin for Mazda6 3.0L V6 Year 2005 Automatic Workshop Manual on DVD. H.Karlsson hk@heimsnet.is

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My Mazda is a 3.0L V6 Year 2005 Grand Touring not 2003.
What I was looking for is if I could buy a Worskhop Manual, printed or on DVD.
The car is in good shape even for 128000 miles because I take good care of it.
The Workshop Manual is meant for future maintenance.
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H. Karlsson
hk@heimsnet.is

Posted on May 12, 2009

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