Download from https://techinfo.subaru.com/index.html ($34.95 for 3 days full access). The full Factory Service Manual comprises more than 1,200 individual PDF files, but there are shell scripts available on this forum and elsewhere to automate the download process, for Windows, Linux, and Mac OS.How do I go about finding and buying the technical service manual? (Paper? Download? Both?)
It was useful to me and yes, it did require my login.Looks like you can download the entire 2018 owners manuals in complete form at mysubaru.com. Downloading now, I'll let you know if it's a false alarm.
p.s. It works, but that link might require a mysubaru.com login to access.
p.p.s. Sorry if this was one of those things everybody but me already knew. All I had found so far were the crazy individual chapter pdf downloads.
Yes, because road trips are the only time Momma reads the manual, to stave off boredom. ;-)Do you guys carry the owner's manuals with you in your car? My glove box holds next to nothing with all of them in there. I'm going on a long road trip and could use the space. I guess I could put the pdf manuals on my IPad. Just thinking out loud.
As I understand, you download 100s of pdf files all one at a time. It would take three full days. No thank you.Yes.
Your choice, certainly. But it appears ... unverified ... that each FSM is now available for download as a single large PDF file.As I understand, you download 100s of pdf files all one at a time. It would take three full days. No thank you.
I know nothing about a command shell script. Like many people, I never studied any sort of computer programing. Never needed to do so. Just me I guess.Your choice, certainly. But it appears ... unverified ... that each FSM is now available for download as a single large PDF file.
Back when I downloaded the FSM, several years ago, it comprised more than 1200 individual PDF files. I, like many others, just automated the process using a command shell script and let it run for slightly more than 24 hours. I then spent the next two days browsing the STIS site and manually downloading applicable TSBs and technician training materials. At $35 for three days access it is an outstanding value, IMO.