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I spent $25 on membership principally for a legally-obtained, searchable manual to discover that it downloads as 26 separate, uncombinable documents. It's of no practical value for searching--you have to open 26 separate documents sequentially and search them separately.

I can understand Toyota willing to protect its manual. If it's to be print-only and uncombinable, at least issue it as one searchable document. That would be worth 25 bucks.

Or tell us what we're getting before we pay for it.
 

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The actual Service manuals are purchased in different volumes depending on the Model/Year.

They can get quite expensive for some people wanting them.

For instance my Avalon manuals All except the Transmission Vol and Body Vol. cost me just under $400. Direct from Toyota Publications service.

I feel the Pdf. versions suit me fine and should be ok for most people.

I rarely need to print out what I needunless it's a rarely performed service and I need exact specs for ref... But for some, experience dictates ..... And a Book is nice to open up at will. Allbeit expensive to get.

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