Daniel, you absolutely crack me up!!! Pretty funny. After a rough day, that entry was worth it all!!!Daniel said:Ask your dealer for one. If he refuses, complain to Toyota. You have a right to a manual, and Toyota will want to make sure you see all the warnings. Half the manual, if not more, is warnings. Don't drink the battery acid. Don't drive off a cliff. Don't stick your finger into a 220 v. outlet while standing in the bathtub. Don't park on the railroad tracks when the train is coming... There's even a little bit of useful information in there.
Hmm, that's a bit unfortunate. The manual includes user safety info, details of how to tow the car without destroying the drive train, how to get a jumpstart, and when to shift into "B".Spike said:I just got the car on Sunday, a couple of previous people had passed on the car (color, options, 2004 model, etc.). One of them took the manual. The dealer has one on order for me, but it is expected in about 2 weeks (well a week now). Since I will take a long trip before I get the manual, I wanted to check if I needed an oil change.