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Toyota Prius Repair and Maintenance Manual: 2004-2008: Nhw20: Model and Engine Coverage: 2004-2008 Prius NHW20. INZ-FXE Engine. Simple, Clear, Detailed Maintenance and Repair Information Hardcover – Illustrated, 20 Jun 2008

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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
Best Prius Manual On the Market 26 Jun 2008
By Joshua Allan - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Originally I purchased a Haynes repair manual since no other was available at the time. It is inexpensive, but the information is very limited. The manual you see here from Bentley Publisher's is far more thorough and attractive. This thick, 648 page hardcover manual specifically covers the 2004-2008 Prius (US second generation) whereas the other manual has half as many pages and covers both versions from 2001 through 2008, meaning that more generic information is being crammed into fewer pages. If all you ever intend to do is change your oil and air filter, the Haynes manual is likely a good value. On the other hand, this Bentley manual is a better choice for owner's of the newer Prius offering a better layout with far more complete explanations and images. The wiring diagrams alone are worth the purchase of this Bentley repair manual. This is a case where you truly get what you pay for.
23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
Just what the doctor ordered 3 Jun 2008
By small business guy - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
Although I have only read, not actually had to use, this manual to fix a prius, it is very thoughtfully put together.

There is a significant amount of hybrid technical training information which helps the owner or independent tech understand how the Prius hybrid system works, and helps identify the work that can be reasonably expected to be done outside a dealership.

The first few sections (with theory and safety) are in full color. The 5th star is because it is a really nice product. The hardcover may not be necessary, but it is nice.

The more technical chapters, include a high level of detail for the work covered. I noticed a comment on the haynes book asks for ignition coil torque information (which the other review says is not in the haynes book, I haven't checked). This book does have torque specs for the ignition coils, which are probably the information that the other reviewer is talking about.

My only complaint so far is that when I was looking up repair information there seems to be a significant amount of white space at the bottom of pages where there wasn't enough room to fit the next graphic. The graphics are big, which is nice, but at first I didn't turn the page and notice that the section I was reading actually continued on to the next page.

Look forward to using it. Looks perfect for me -- the person who wants to understand everything, and do some basic stuff outside a dealership.
15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
Incredible detail, very clear descriptions for diagnosis & repairs 29 Sep 2008
By Jim P - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover
This book is a great resource for any Prius owner to prevent getting screwed at the dealer or repair shop. It is indespensible for any owner who wants to make some modifications like the EV Mode button or adding the Plug In capability from Cal Cars open source. The diagrams and photos are great and include descriptions of the function of specific parts. On the first day of getting this book in the mail, I had a greater understanding of the two electric motors in the transmission. A must own for any Prius owner.
11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
Not a repair manual, maintainance only! 15 Oct 2010
By Dagmon - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
If you want to know how to replace your brake pads, this is the book for you. I bought it hoping to learn how to replace a CV joint and wheel bearing. The following constitutes all the information in the book regarding CV joint replacement: "Replace drive axle if rubber boots are damaged or leaking." There is nothing at all about wheel bearings. Yet there are 20 pages of information about brakes. The index is horrible. Yes, there are 600+ pages in this book but most of it is white spaces with little information on each page. There is a pretty good full color overview about how the hybrid system and how it works. I learned one thing from this experience: ALWAYS READ THE ONE-STAR REVIEWS FIRST!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nicely done but not for pros 19 Jan 2011
By C. D. Peterson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Hardcover Verified Purchase
I bought this book not for repairing my Prius but for understanding it in detail. The illustrations are nicely done, especially the one explaining the continuously variable transmission.

Don't expect to see a discussion of a couple of things: The automatic parking brake (mine makes an occasional strange noise) and the use of the "B" position on the shift lever. In fairness, the owner's manual explains the "B," thus it's technically not necessary here.

If I were a mechanic I think I'd spend considerably more to get a complete set of manuals, like those Toyota publishes. This vehicle is too different from the ordinary to risk casual repair.
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