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Hello, just wondering if anybody knows if the Haynes manual (2001-2011) will be relevant for a 2014 2.0 dci Renault Trafic? Just asking as I need to replace the rear brake discs and need to know the torque settings. Also for other jobs as well. Many thanks for any advice.
 

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I have the same haynes manual and a 63 plate Vivaro sportive. As the parts are all the same and all the torque settings in the manual cover 10 years i cant imagine they have changed for the 12/13 and 14 plates. Thats my logic anyway;)
 

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Not much has changed since 2001, mostly the facelift and interior upgrades where this book can be out of date with regards to wiring. I used the same haynes book for my 2004 and 2013 vans and for all the mechanical bits its accurate.
 

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Thanks guys. I ended up downloading a manual from easymanuals.co.uk and I have to say I wouldn't recommend it! Illustrations are terrible. Have found torque setting anyway, so wontw be bothering with the manual.
Cheers for your help.
 
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