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Posted 08 March 2005 - 04:23 PM

I have a 1986 subaru gl, D/R manual, and I have pulled the engine to replace the seals and get it cleaned up, however in looking at how everythign was put together I am not sure that it had been done right. I would like to get a copy of some sort of directions as to where everything is supposed to go. the hoses need to be replaced as it turns out and some of the wires are in pretty bad shape as well. If I could find a FSM for cheap I would go for it, but from what I have seen reading these boards they are not easy to get nor cheap. The engine is an eA82, Carborated, without AC. Thanks.

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