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Peugeot Servicebox
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There's been a recent post on the 306gti6 forum suggesting that Servicebox is no longer free. http://www.306gti6.com/forum/showthread.php?id=168351

Just thought I'd let people know there is an alternative. I downloaded this way back from eManuals Online. 
Https://www.emanualonline.com/Cars/Peuge...anual.html . Only costs £10 (NB I'm 99% this is the correct file. They have lots of different 306 manuals that can be downloaded but many of them are just pdf's of the Haynes manual).

It turned out to be a copy of Servicebox from something like 2011. It isn't a fully working version as you can't locate vehicles by VIN but you can look everything else up by model. Also, you can't see whether parts are NFP.

There are other downsides. It's a huge file to download & you then have to download software to unpack it. It then takes up around 20Gb.  Also you have to download VMware player as the Servicebox copy runs inside a virtual XP machine on your PC. It is tricky to set up and not all versions of VMware run on all PCs. Also, it interfered with a recent Windows 10 update on my laptop.

For many of you buying this & going through the hassle of getting it up & running won't be worth it.  If you only want the occasional schematic / part number I'll do my best to look it up for you from what I have.
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Have you tried 7zap? Free service catalogues for loads of cars on there!
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