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OEM Automotive Service Information Websites


Vehicle manufacturers are now offering service information to motorists and the independent aftermarket on the Internet. Below is a listing of OEM service websites provided by the National Automotive Service Task Force.


Acura -- http://www.ServiceExpress.Honda.com

Audi -- http://www.ebahn.com

BMW -- http://www.bmwtechinfo.com

Chrysler/Dodge/Eagle/Jeep/Plymouth -- http://www.techauthority.com

Ford/Lincoln/Mercury -- http://www.motorcraft.com

General Motors (Buick/Cadillac/Chevrolet/Geo/GMC/Hummer/Oldsmobile/Pontiac/Saturn) -- http://www.gmtechinfo.com

Honda -- http://www.ServiceExpress.Honda.com

Hyundai -- http://www.hmaservice.com

Infiniti -- http://www.infinititechinfo.com

Isuzu -- http://www.isuzutechinfo.com

Jaguar -- http://www.jaguartechinfo.com

Kia -- http://www.kiatechinfo.com

Land Rover -- http://www.landrovertechinfo.com

Lexus -- http://techinfo.lexus.com

Mazda -- http://www.mazdatechinfo.com

Mercedes Benz -- http://www.startekinfo.com

Mitsubishi -- http://www.mitsubishitechinfo.com

Nissan -- http://www.nissantechinfo.com

Porsche -- http://techinfo.porsche.com

Saab -- http://www.saabtechinfo.com

Subaru -- http://www.subaru.com, click on home, and then technical information.

Suzuki -- http://www.suzukitechinfo.com

Toyota -- http://techinfo.toyota.com

Volkswagen -- http://www.ebahn.com

Volvo -- http://www.volvotechinfo.com

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