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#1 Relative

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 10:54 AM

I purchased and downloaded the 2000 Manual back in 2000 for my 2000 Legacy Outback Wagon. I recently realized it seems to be missing some pages. Specifically, I am looking for section 2-2 [W8B1] pages 9 thru ? of the SERVICE PROCEDURE section. This is the section that spells out the procedure for valve clearance adjustment.

In the download sequence, there is a gap in the PDF files between MSA5TCD00L16109.pdf and MSA5TCD00L16111.pdf. I believe that missing pdf file is the solution if anyone has it.

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Posted 25 September 2008 - 01:53 PM

I downloaded all those files for a 2000 OBW a few years ago also, and the same stuff is missing from my files.

I purchased and downloaded the 2000 Manual back in 2000 for my 2000 Legacy Outback Wagon. I recently realized it seems to be missing some pages. Specifically, I am looking for section 2-2 [W8B1] pages 9 thru ? of the SERVICE PROCEDURE section. This is the section that spells out the procedure for valve clearance adjustment.

In the download sequence, there is a gap in the PDF files between MSA5TCD00L16109.pdf and MSA5TCD00L16111.pdf. I believe that missing pdf file is the solution if anyone has it.

Mike



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Posted 25 September 2008 - 07:48 PM

Hm....I did this service on my 2000 Outback a couple years ago, but I had the printed service manuals....or I used alldatadiy but I don't remember for sure. www.endwrench.com might have the procedure, it's actaully pretty straightfoward on the sohc with the setscrew type adjustment.

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Posted 26 September 2008 - 01:05 AM

Even so, I still would like to obtain the correct manual pages that are missing. I filled out the form at endwrench to ask if they were available. I suspect it's been way too long to get much of a positive response.

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Posted 26 September 2008 - 07:34 AM

Yes it's nice to have all the pages. I don't know if anyone reads those forms you can fill out on endwrench. I wrote them a long e-mail thanking them for all the great information on that site etc., and never got any response.

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Posted 02 October 2008 - 10:14 PM

It's been a week and not only NO positive response from endwrench, but NO response at all.

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