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Old 01-30-2012, 09:06 PM   #1
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Default Any good shop-like manuals for Noobs?

I would like to be able to do some low-level maintenance on my 07 "i", and I'm hoping you guys can point me to a good manual for a novice, like "07 Impreza's for dummies". There's a couple shop manuals online, I'm just asking if there's a more obvious choice for the beginner, as in one with many many pictures, and lists of tools needed per task, and info that is REALLY dumbed down.

I mean you guys are helpful to all that ask, but a lot of the terminology is way over my head at this point. I read threads that seem simple compared to other threads, and I'm STILL thinking "the WHAT now??"
"What's a MAF?" I have an adventurous spirit but I REALLY don't want to get in over my head and ruin my ride.... a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing they say.

I need "Fixing your Impreza 101" with lots of pictures.....

Ima keep looking but if anybody out there knows of a good novice bible let me know.

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Old 01-30-2012, 09:48 PM   #2
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There is no manual for new Subarus, so the above or www.scoobymods.com or our search engine are your only help....you can also find help from other sites by using google and typing in "spark plug replacement for 07 2.5i Subaru" for example.

I'm closing this before some asshat posts an illegal link.
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