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Old 03-13-2012, 10:15 PM   #1
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Post Subaru BRZ Owners Manual (PDF download)

Posted by Subaru of Keene.

Manual is now available here: http://carsaddiction.com/articles/20...owners-manual/ (thanks to ryn004 for the link)

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I saw the pdf earlier today. Of note the fuel requirement. Looks like 91 is ok but 93 is better for performance.
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Wow Kudos Draco...

<_< I'm swimming in tabs though lol

btw, there's a mechanical key for the limited with push button start? o_O
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I'm reading... and reading...

Though it's kind of like reading spoilers, since I don't have the car yet.
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Anyone notice that the headlight low/high beam bulb number is D4S?
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Im not gonna lie, I enjoyed that
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Anyone notice that the headlight low/high beam bulb number is D4S?
"Bi-Xenon" HIDs were a given. Is the specific bulb an issue?
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"Bi-Xenon" HIDs were a given. Is the specific bulb an issue?


No, just thought the bulb name was interesting regarding the Toyota D4S also being in the car. Just the coincidence. That is all. Carry on.
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merged all the PDFs together to make the reading easier.

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/6856876/BRZ_Manual.pdf
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No, just thought the bulb name was interesting regarding the Toyota D4S also being in the car. Just the coincidence. That is all. Carry on.
Pretty sure that's old news, D4S refers to the color or something.
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Pretty sure that's old news, D4S refers to the color or something.
It was at least news to me. I personally hadn't heard or read that previously.
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Of note the fuel requirement. Looks like 91 is ok but 93 is better for performance.
There's also the note:
"If you use gasohol in your SUBARU, be sure that it has an octane rating
no lower than 93 AKI."

I've never bought premium, but I know I've seen the E10 stickers before.


Edit: The manual is also showing the Toyota cruise, so it's possible that the pictures from the preliminary website and the cars without steering wheel controls are probably correct for the production car.
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