Subaru Baja (2003 – 2006): operating instructions, maintenance manuals, wiring diagrams, service, repair and owner’s manuals in PDF for free download.
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Subaru Baja owner’s manuals
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|Subaru Baja 2003 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||4Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2004 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||5.3Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2005 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||5.2Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2006 Owner’s Manual [PDF]||5.5Mb||Download|
Subaru Baja Service Repair manuals
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|Subaru Baja 2003 – Interior Cargo Net Vertical) Installation Manual [PDF]||76.8kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Bulb chart [PDF]||267.5kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Installation Instruction: Bed Cover Kit [PDF]||178.7kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Installation Instruction: Crossbar Kit For Baja Roof Rails [PDF]||326kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Installation Instruction: Differential Protector [PDF]||62.5kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Installation Instructions: Bed Mounted Bicycle Carrier [PDF]||375.1kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Maintenance and Service Manual [PDF]||862.4kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003 Service Manual – Replacing bulbs – Headlight [PDF]||312.4kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2003-2005 Parts Diagram [PDF]||4.1Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2005 Maintenance and Service Manual [PDF]||1.2Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2006 accessories [PDF]||1.1Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2006 Electrical Wiring Diagrams: Basic Diagnostics Procedure [PDF]||151.6kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2006 Electrical Wiring Diagrams: Super Multiple Junction (SMJ) [PDF]||33.4kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja 2006 Maintenance and Service Manual [PDF]||1.2Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Bed Cover (OEM) Parts Diagram [PDF]||422.2kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Bed Extender (2003) [PDF]||344kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Bumper Corner Moulding (2004) [PDF]||129.9kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Cabin Air Filter [PDF]||210.5kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Car Cover (2003) [PDF]||284.7kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Cross Bar (2003) [PDF]||325.8kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Front End Cover (2003) [PDF]||272.7kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Hood Deflector [PDF]||357.5kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Interior Horizonal Net (2003) [PDF]||88.1kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Moonroof Air Deflector (2003) [PDF]||174.1kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Security System (Turbo) (2003) [PDF]||246kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Snuglid SL Tonneau Installation [PDF]||797.7kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Speaker Upgrade [PDF]||368.8kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Splash Guards (2003) [PDF]||3.7Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Sports Lamps (2003) [PDF]||829.1kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Subwoofer [PDF]||184.9kb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Trailer Hitch (2003) [PDF]||1.3Mb||Download|
|Subaru Baja Trailer Hitch Electrical Wiring [PDF]||2.1Mb||Download|
Subaru Baja background information
The Subaru Baja was a four-door pickup based on passenger cars offered by the Japanese automobile manufacturer Subaru from early 2002 to mid-2006 in the USA.
The Baja made use of the Legacy and Outback models. Like this one, it was manufactured for the US market at Subaru’s Lafayette plant in Indiana, which is why the manufacturer’s name contains SIA (Subaru of Indiana Automotive).
The production model was preceded by a study called the STX in 2000. Although it did not reinvent the car-based pickup concept, it revived it after the similarly designed Ford Ranchero, Chevrolet El Camino and Subaru’s own BRAT had ceased to exist for over ten years.
The Baja was 15 centimetres longer than the Outback and offered a four-door passenger cabin, behind which there was a 1040 mm long open loading area with a rear loading flap. The rear seat bench could be folded down as well as a small flap behind it in the rear wall, resulting in a 1900 mm long loading area.
With this versatile concept, the Baja competed against much larger and more fuel-intensive US models such as the Chevrolet Avalanche and the Ford Sport-Trac. With the Baja, Subaru turned to a young, sporty clientele who recognized the advantages of the relatively small dimensions and the all-wheel-drive typical of Subaru. Accessories such as the bike racks underlined Baja’s marketing goal.
The Baja received a mild reception. Subaru friends complained about the lack of advertising for the model, the delayed introduction of a turbo version, the initially high price, the unsightly plastic protective shields on the flanks and the unusual yellow-silver colour scheme of the first models.
At the beginning of 2003, Subaru Germany imported 153 Baja Sport and offered them for sale after minor modifications to the lighting system for the German market.
In four and a half years, Subaru’s Baja sold only 30,000 units worldwide.
In May 2006, the production of the Baja was finished without much ado.
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