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Fantastic altawashm!!! First you reply to my posts, then you post this. Thank you.
Don't be discouraged by the lack of outward appreciation....I have a feeling many DB9 owners simply spend the extra money to get their vehicle serviced by the dealer and although they may look or even download this manual, it may not be that important for that type of owner. On the other hand, for owners like me who like to get to know and work on their vehicle, this is awesome! Are you able to post the rest of the manual? This is extremely helpful.
 

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My Second Gift To DB9 Owner

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You!!! :):):)

I have a really nice '05 DB9. I'm more than 1500 mies round trip from the nearest dealership service location. The info in the download you have provided is a gold mine of useful information I would otherwise never have access to.

Two things come to mind: Is there an off the shelf auto parts store oil filter that will replace the factory $$ filter and is there any way to reset the 'service required' message? (The standard OBD2 interface reset software doesn't reset this.)

Thank You again! Looking foreward to any other 'Gifts' you can pass on.

Jim Teston
 

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Hey altawashm,
Thank you so MUCH! I just got ahold of a 2006 DB9 yeasterday and I love reading this manual!
Looking forward to the rest of it. I'll be doing the maintenance myself as I love to do it and there are no dealers around here anyway.

WooHooo!!!!
-Paul
 

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i was previously searching for Aston Martin DB9 Manual Repair Workshop and now i found thanks for the post this is not complete butt its benificial
 
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