noob question, were dose the rear strut bar go?
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    noob question, were dose the rear strut bar go?

    just got my 03 impreza 2 days ago so i picked up some things for it so im wonderign were the rear strut bar go? do i have to cut anythign out inorder to put it in?

    its a 03 wrx sedan.

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    On the rear struts

    I think installation requires removing the back seats and cutting some things.
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    aww i dident want to cut anything or remove the seats.. ohh well.

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    in a sedan, you have to remove seats and cut small notches in the trunk liner....not a big deal. its easier than it sounds.
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    In a wagon you don't have to remove the seats, you just need to cut small notches in the cover. It's easy... just do it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wrxdrvr
    In a wagon you don't have to remove the seats, you just need to cut small notches in the cover. It's easy... just do it.
    yup!
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    i dont remember cutting anything in my sedan, i just ripped some stuff out with my hands. its easy though yes
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    complete install intstuctions. Just so everyone knows, you get to put the seat back in when your finished.

    Complete instructions here.
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