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S210P Owner's Manual

Discussion in 'Daihatsu Hi jet' started by Inane2, May 23, 2011.

  1. Inane2

    Inane2 Member

    Hey guys....................

    Just wanted to share some info with you all. I just purchased the "1999-2007 Hijet Owner's Manual" from lulu.com.


    I usually research things very thoroughly but I slipped on this one. I could have bought it about $25 cheaper from the guys that put it together over at Gung Ho. :eek:


    Pretty nice book, excellent translation, both text and diagrams. It covers 1999-2007 but all of the interior and exterior illustrations are from the 2005 and newer models. I bought this knowing that it is an owner's manual and not a service manual. It is just like our owner's manuals here, how to start the car, what the warning lights mean, how to drive the car, etc. Again, the service info is the same as you would find on your car or truck here. It has fuse locations and ratings. It does have a nice spec chart at the end that covers the EF-SE and EF-VE engines. It also includes fluid types and capacities.

    Let me know if I can help with any of that info and I'll be glad to post it.

  2. John M

    John M New Member

    Any idea where to find a manual for an earlier model like S80?
  3. vintageautoservice

    vintageautoservice New Member

    Hi Jamie, please post fluid specs and capacities
  4. Inane2

    Inane2 Member

  5. Acerguy

    Acerguy Moderator Staff Member

    My manual just got shipped today! Why did I wait so long?!?
  6. vintageautoservice

    vintageautoservice New Member

    Thanks Jaime, really appreciate it
  7. vintageautoservice

    vintageautoservice New Member

    PS.. anybody with a manual transmission s210P find that the gearbox has no fill/drain plugs? The transfer case seems to share fluid with gearbox and both are serviced through drain/fill plugs on transfer case. Mine is a 2003 model, EFSE engine (single cam), 5spd
  8. Acerguy

    Acerguy Moderator Staff Member

    I have not looked at the gearbox but I do think that this spring I really ought to give my truck a thorough going through and replace all fluids just to be on the safe side. I topped my coolant a few weeks ago just before the Polar Vortex (we saw -28F!) and noticed the stuff in there looked a little rusty.

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