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2002 factory manual subaru impresa wrx
your link for the 01 impreza zip file does not work
great page keep up the good work on the manuals
Dave from Austraila
Ken Reply:February 11th, 2011 at 2:19 pm
dave, sorry about that. fixed up now!
Jak Reply:December 30th, 2011 at 1:01 pm
Darren d Reply:September 16th, 2013 at 8:23 am
Hey Ken,Im gaving great trouble finding a workshop for my01 Impreza RV hatch,built june00.I see u have an 01 but im having trouble im not sure if its the one i need.This looks 2 b a gr8 site 4 car lovers like us and quite a few others.Hope u can help me out my friend.regards ozy
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Great work on the manuals! Thanks from Norway!!
I am after the 99 STI wiring diagram for the engine bay, would really appreciate if you could help me out?
Thank you for the manuals and this is a great website. I have a 04 wrx wagon but was manufactured in may, 2003. I noticed the axles are like the 02, 03s instead of the ones manufactured after January 04, but the car has a 04, 05 body parts. Should I use 02′s manual for the power train and 04 manual for the body? Thanks a lot.
It’s all been said already, but thanks for the manuals
Thanks for your work in posting these. Offspring just acquired a 01-RS. We’re Volvo junkies and know nothing about Subies except their reputation. This site is a Godsend.
Ken Reply:March 8th, 2011 at 5:50 pm
no worries bob. i think you may find the subaru a fairly decent platform to work on… things are reasonably laid out and generally easy to access, and parts aren’t too expensive (at least not if you cross-reference).
what helps is that most of the entire platform lineup is assembled like legos and a LOT of things just bolt right up. last month i replaced a wheel bearing using a hub/spindle/knuckle from a junkyard forester. two years ago i used a saab 9-2x for the same repair on the other side!
by the way–as SOON as you start to suspect wheel bearings, jack up that corner and check it out. if you catch it early you can avoid having to buy a new hub. if you wait too long they get chewed up quickly and they’re $400 from the dealer. junkers around here sell the assembly for ~$50, but you’re taking a gamble of course. i usually get a junked knuckle, bring it to a buddy who’ll press out and replace the bearings, then swap it on my car in my drive at my relative leisure. a lot easier than trying to get it all done in one shot!
Body ten on Subaru Impreza 2001 doesn’t work and comes up with error 404. I am looking for the section on how to adjust the drivers side window as mine has dropped forward and the rear goes outside the trim…help this is the lake district!! Cheers Andy
Awesome – well done!!!!!
can I use this document to swap a JDM STI V7 Engine + ECU (AF481-7545) into my EDM WRX V8 Wagon? Do the pinouts especially fit the JDM ECU?
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