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    need repair manual

    can someone tell me where to find the repair manual for an 03 wrx wagon (the actual book, not the online version). Thanks.

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    the dealership would or should sell u one. (i would think)

    i have mine on my laptop so i can take it where ever i go.

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    thanks. where did you get yours? how detailed is it?

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    i found mine as a torrent file and downloaded it through utorrent and its as good if not better than any chilton or haynes manual ive seen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by subcon View Post
    can someone tell me where to find the repair manual for an 03 wrx wagon (the actual book, not the online version). Thanks.
    what you can do is get the download repair manual and then print it off. then you could say that you have the actual one. that would be your best bet.

    thats what i did. and now if i need any info on a part. i just open the manual and search.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jusino View Post
    what you can do is get the download repair manual and then print it off. then you could say that you have the actual one. that would be your best bet.

    thats what i did. and now if i need any info on a part. i just open the manual and search.
    you do understand that will probly be an entire ream of papper.
    even if you print on both sides (i wouldn't recomend) it would be close to a whole ream.
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    So just print the procedures you need...
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    Quote Originally Posted by vttk_mig69 View Post
    you do understand that will probly be an entire ream of papper.
    even if you print on both sides (i wouldn't recomend) it would be close to a whole ream.
    Well, I know I paid over $100 for the FSM for the integra that I used to have. Even if you use 2 reams of paper and an entire black ink cartridge that's still less than $60 to print it. Oh and maybe $10 for a nice binder to put it in.

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