All true, although I hear that they throttle how quickly you can download so 72 hours is not as much time as one might think.
That's also true, they limit you to downloading 50 pdf's an hour. I haven't counted all the files I would need to download but judging by the average file size 72 hours should be enough time to get them all.All true, although I hear that they throttle how quickly you can download so 72 hours is not as much time as one might think.
Thats intresting.. I just ask about it when I was there last Tues.. and answer was there was not one.. However some times the dealership is to lazy to look stuff up..You can purchase one from your dealership for about $40
There's a script around here somewhere to download them for you. But it does require that you're running Linux; I don't think there's a Windows version.i did read. i wanted to know if there was another way to acquire them. i won't be able to sit there that long to keep DL'ing the next file in line.
The only legitimate and legal way to purchase the files is through Subaru, using the sites listed in the earlier replies in this thread.Probably would work, you can get them on a CD-ROM off e-bay as well for cheap. My guess would be they are all just bootlegged versions.