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Subaru Books and Manuals

Renowned for its performance vehicles, Subaru has been making cars since 1953. Today, it is one of the world's largest auto manufacturers and noted for its all-wheel drive system with the Impreza, Outback, and Legacy among its most popular models. Subaru workshop books and manuals allow you to handle your own car repairs, engine overhauls, and upgrades, no matter which Subaru vehicle you own. Gain a better understanding of how your Subaru works with an owner's manual or keep track of maintenance work with a dedicated book for the job.

Workshop Service Manuals

Subaru workshop service repair manuals clearly detail how to do all your own repairs and alterations with step-by-step guides. They are usually delivered in a CD format so you can view individual sections on your phone or computer and print them if required. From changing brake pads to lubrication and handling steering and exhaust issues, they cover each and every problem your Subaru may be experiencing to help save you time and money.

Maintenance Manuals

Keep track of repairs and alterations to your Subaru vehicle with a book dedicated to maintenance. Whether it's just recording the yearly checkup and oil changes or making note of significant repairs and alterations, a maintenance manual will assist both you and your mechanic next time your Subaru goes into the garage.

Owner Manuals

Learn the ins and outs of how your vehicle works with a car manual to match your Subaru model and year. Make the most of all its functions with easy-to-understand explanations and diagrams with car and truck owner manuals available for every vehicle released by the manufacturer.

Vintage Model Manuals

Looking for a rare, early model Subaru manual? In addition to those produced for the latest vehicles from this Japanese manufacturer, there are also car books for vintage models. How to Keep Your Subaru Alive covers vehicles from 1972 through to 1984 with step-by-step repairs and maintenance issues explained.

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