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# 143419 14-Apr-2014 17:42
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Just wondering if i am being tight. I just bought a 2006 nissan march for my daughter but theres no owners manual to identify filters, service details. To buy a translated manual will cost approx $65 but am wondering if worth it. I dont know what i dont know when it comes to servicing requirements. What do you think?

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  # 1025067 14-Apr-2014 19:01
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Google it and print it out?

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  # 1025068 14-Apr-2014 19:03
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service manual may not be right one but just google your model and it will come up




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  # 1025094 14-Apr-2014 20:11
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Thanks but had no luck googleing - will just grit teeth and purchase

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  # 1025096 14-Apr-2014 20:15
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Get your model number from plate under bonnet and go into a BNT or repco and they can get all the filter etc info for you. Surprised you can't find one really




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  # 1025278 15-Apr-2014 07:02
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FYI - I am looking for more info than just replacement filter types.

In regards to oil filters - I went to repco but the filter they recommend did not look like the current Japanese filter (on my march which is imported).
Granted I can remove the current filter and take to the shop but I dont like to guess when replacing parts.

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