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Hello, Is there a repair manual for Dodge Journey SXT 2009 that I can download, so I have a guide and won't need to go to dealership for minor maintenance, I'll do it myself. Thanks in advance, Inuyasha One of the biggest problems with the newer cars. The last "official" manual I was ever able to get was for my 2008 Jeep Hemi Commander. If they have anything it is a DVD and most of the time they use "repair manuals" straight off the computer located at the service bay which uses a central source over the internet. 9 volumes that, when stacked, were just shy of 20" tall. Those were the official Mopar manuals; haven't been able to get paper or DVD manuals since then. I've even tried dealing with the company that makes the DVDs for MOPAR and they just keep giving me the run-around and no manuals...really annoying; I can't get torque specifications for a loose bolt if there isn't a manual listing it. I found this, apparently you can get a service manual in DVD, it aint cheap though. Go to this site: Then use the "FIND & DOWNLOAD MANUALS FROM 1981 TO THE PRESENT" section to input your year, make, model. With the complexity of cars these days, a chilto0ns manual would have to be 5000 pages long. It will give you a list of available manuals, including diagnostic manuals (on DVD of course). I looked last November and they didn't have anything for the 2013. My conversations with Tech Authority ended with them saying that the DVDs would no longer be available to the general public. I'm glad they changed their minds (maybe there were enough folks like me complaining bitterly)... I just ordered the general repair manual (4.99; total cost 8.55) and, evidentally, the "diagnostic" manual is included, as when I did a search using "diagnostic" it came up with the same "repair manual" that I'd already put in my "cart". I still prefer a paper book for use in the shop, but, I'll certainly take what I can get. At least now I can get the proper procedures and most importantly the torque values to go with them! I would probably have checked their website again, but, not quite so soon; thanks jkeaton for posting your "find". I looked last November and they didn't have anything for the 2013. My conversations with Tech Authority ended with them saying that the DVDs would no longer be available to the general public. I'm glad they changed their minds (maybe there were enough folks like me complaining bitterly)... I just ordered the general repair manual (4.99; total cost 8.55) and, evidentally, the "diagnostic" manual is included, as when I did a search using "diagnostic" it came up with the same "repair manual" that I'd already put in my "cart". I still prefer a paper book for use in the shop, but, I'll certainly take what I can get. At least now I can get the proper procedures and most importantly the torque values to go with them! I would probably have checked their website again, but, not quite so soon; thanks jkeaton for posting your "find". I can always "print" the section I need, but, a book is easier to flip back and forth. One thing I found disheartening is that the DVD manual description on the Tech Authority site said that it didn't have complete electrical schematics, just the wiring in the appropriate sections associated with that repair; no "big view" of the wiring harness...bummer. Hello, Is there a repair manual for Dodge Journey SXT 2009 that I can download, so I have a guide and won't need to go to dealership for minor maintenance, I'll do it myself. Thanks in advance, Inuyasha One of the biggest problems with the newer cars. The last "official" manual I was ever able to get was for my 2008 Jeep Hemi Commander. If they have anything it is a DVD and most of the time they use "repair manuals" straight off the computer located at the service bay which uses a central source over the internet. 9 volumes that, when stacked, were just shy of 20" tall. Those were the official Mopar manuals; haven't been able to get paper or DVD manuals since then. I've even tried dealing with the company that makes the DVDs for MOPAR and they just keep giving me the run-around and no manuals...really annoying; I can't get torque specifications for a loose bolt if there isn't a manual listing it. I found this, apparently you can get a service manual in DVD, it aint cheap though. Go to this site: Then use the "FIND & DOWNLOAD MANUALS FROM 1981 TO THE PRESENT" section to input your year, make, model. With the complexity of cars these days, a chilto0ns manual would have to be 5000 pages long. It will give you a list of available manuals, including diagnostic manuals (on DVD of course). I looked last November and they didn't have anything for the 2013. My conversations with Tech Authority ended with them saying that the DVDs would no longer be available to the general public. I'm glad they changed their minds (maybe there were enough folks like me complaining bitterly)... I just ordered the general repair manual (4.99; total cost 8.55) and, evidentally, the "diagnostic" manual is included, as when I did a search using "diagnostic" it came up with the same "repair manual" that I'd already put in my "cart". I still prefer a paper book for use in the shop, but, I'll certainly take what I can get. At least now I can get the proper procedures and most importantly the torque values to go with them! I would probably have checked their website again, but, not quite so soon; thanks jkeaton for posting your "find". I looked last November and they didn't have anything for the 2013. My conversations with Tech Authority ended with them saying that the DVDs would no longer be available to the general public. I'm glad they changed their minds (maybe there were enough folks like me complaining bitterly)... I just ordered the general repair manual (4.99; total cost 8.55) and, evidentally, the "diagnostic" manual is included, as when I did a search using "diagnostic" it came up with the same "repair manual" that I'd already put in my "cart". I still prefer a paper book for use in the shop, but, I'll certainly take what I can get. At least now I can get the proper procedures and most importantly the torque values to go with them! I would probably have checked their website again, but, not quite so soon; thanks jkeaton for posting your "find". I can always "print" the section I need, but, a book is easier to flip back and forth. One thing I found disheartening is that the DVD manual description on the Tech Authority site said that it didn't have complete electrical schematics, just the wiring in the appropriate sections associated with that repair; no "big view" of the wiring harness...bummer.

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