Or just ask meporcupine73 said:Hi and :welcome2:
Hi. My top list for Subaru service info:
1. Purchase CD's with service manual PDF's from techinfo.subaru.com Cost: about $200
2. Subscribe to www.alldatadiy.com - it has the Subaru OEM factory service manuals. Cost: about $15/year NOTE: some libraries have full subscriptions you can access even from your home computer at no cost to you using your library card #, so you might want to check that out at your local library's web site.
3. Subscribe for 72 hours to http://techinfo.subaru.com and download the sections of the manual you want. You can only download so many files per hour, but if you don't want the entire manual (like maybe you don't care about engine internals, etc), you can get the sections you need in that 72 hour period. Cost: about $39.95.
4. www.endwrench.com is an excellent FREE resource for soobs. It is an official SUBARU site and has great articles on how to perform many common kinds of subaru service.
5. Used printed SUBARU factory shop service manuals can often be found on eBay. Cost: $100 on up.
6. Haynes manual is ok for certain basic service tasks but is lacking and has errors in some areas.
7. For TSB's (Technical service bulletins) check out www.scoobymods.com they have many of them in their TSB section. Also http://www.nhtsa.com/ has summaries (but not details) of most Subaru TSB's.
8. www.autozone.com has some service info for various vehicles; not sure for soobs.
The $5 CD's on eBay I have not tried so I cannot comment.
There are places on the Web that have some or all of the service manuals for certain model and year soobs posted; sometimes people post links to these in various forums or find them in google.
register free at my.subaru.com with your VIN# and for 1996 and later soobs you can see certain service history, open recalls, etc.