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Old 12-02-2004   #1
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Marea - Bravo / Brave Commonality

I was wondering what are the common components between the Marea & the Brava / Bravo range? I know the TD 100 is shared......

I ask because there is a Haynes Manual for the Bravo / Brava range but not one for the Marea. I've got one of those 'Porters(?)' manuals for the Bravo / Brave / Marea (got it from the dealer), but it doesn't seems as good as a Haynes Manual.


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D'oh, the title should be Marea - Bravo / Brava Commonality - damn these fingers :D

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the haynes manual doesn't cover the diesel models, but does cover petrol mareas (sort of) buy the bravo/brava haynes one for trim electrics, etc. worth the money

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