2002 WRX. So I get a flat (rear) today. I read the manual just to be sure even though I've changed many flats back in the days when cars used to get flats. Nothing special, make sure the OEM never used donut is 60 PSI (did that), stay under 50 (did that), don't drive it far (didn't). So I am on the highway at 45 with the 4 way flashers on, about 10 miles from home, 15 miles / 20 minutes from the flat tire, and I smell smoke and look behind and see LOTS of smoke. Immediate pull off, look under the back, and lots of OPEN FLAME coming from the differential. Got it put out with water that I carry in the car, flat bedded home and it is at the dealer's waiting for it to open tomorrow. I re-checked the manual word by word... "If your vehicle is an AWD, automatic, non-turbo model" you must put the fuse in, etc. etc. NOTHING about my 5 speed, turbo model at all, just the automatic AWD non-turbo. Checked and re-checked. Car has 69,000 miles, 7 years old, out of power train warranty. Do I have recourse from Subaru on this issue?