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Old 07-30-2003, 04:20 PM   #1
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04 Baja T

Default Service Manual for Baja T?

Sorry folks, for posting lame stuff - but I couldn't resist... http://techinfo.subaru.com has 2004 Baja Turbo manual(s) listed. Are these true? Well, it's got turbo references as well, so I'm guessing a set of manual for BT is available... Anyone tried?
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Old 07-31-2003, 08:14 PM   #2
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2004 ForesterXT Auto

Default I would expect so

Since the cars should be in showrooms in around a month.

I've gone to that site only to find they actually want money for downloads. The nerve. Isn't the internet all free? Next you'll have to pay for music downloads.

Back to reality, if I do buy a new Subaru I'll sign up for a short term account then fill my hard drive with every manual that I might possibly want or need.

BTW, drove a Forester XT and a Baja back to back. I think I'll like the combination of Baja plus the T motor. The Forester was sure a hoot in its own right but we don't really need another 5 passenger wagon.

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Old 08-02-2003, 10:17 PM   #3
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MY02 TS w/ leather
AW w/ full tint:4eat


Yeah, I drove the forester T and it was quick! I'm trying to find out if the baja has the same springs. struts, gear ratios, etc. as the outback since it is an offshoot of it. Anyone have any info?
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