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I need to know, how do you replace the clock light on a 2005 Subaru Baja, thanks.
Just e-mailed you 4 photos that ought to give you an idea how Subaru wires the hitch.
Your e-mail is private. I have photos of what Subaru's harness looks like, and could e-mail to you if you'd like.
I seem to be having a strange electrical issue in my 2005 Baja Sport. My radio reception has a lot of static on every station accept my local Public Radio Station (less than a mile away) I also noticed that if the radio is on and I turn on the headlights I get a static noise as the lights are being switched on. I get the same noise when stepping on ... Read More
Anyone have the inside scoop for the incentives for 2006? The current promotions end 01/03/2006 (they've been extedned once here in Texas). I read post #38 "for a automatic 2005 Subaru Baja Baja Turbo for $22,795 (Installed options include: FLOOR MATS, ALL WEATHER AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR/COMPASS, BED EXTENDER, CARGO NET BED). The Invoice Price $24,195. The MSRP is $26,209. You think I can get it lower than $22,795?" Call me dumb, can ... Read More
My local dealer is advertising an automatic 2005 Subaru Baja Baja Turbo for $22,795. Installed options include: FLOOR MATS ALL WEATHER AUTO-DIMMING MIRROR/COMPASS BED EXTENDER CARGO NET BED The Invoice Price $24,195. The MSRP is $26,209. You think I can get it lower than $22,795?
yes, because there is currently an SOA $1000 rebate on '05 Sport models. However I suspect you are going to have to work to get it down in price. I haven't been able to get invoice pricing on Subarus yet, but this varies with dealer, car turnover and availability, etc.. John
I thought Subaru of Canada had stopped importing the Baja after the 2003 model year, and that all Bajas on sale there were merely leftover '03 models. Apparently that's not true, as there is a 2005 Baja sold in Canada. http://www.subaru.ca/ Bob
I'm glad to see that the Baja will be around for 2006. Here in Dallas, TX, there doesn't seem to be that many Baja's running around (I think I see more Lamborghini's running around actually). Question 1) When will the dealerships start expecting to get in the 2006 models (or better yet, when will Subaru start trying to clear out their 2005's? But then again, the dealerships here don't have that ... Read More
Well.... I must say I was one of those eager new buyers , excited to make the transition from a Honda to a more rugged, durable , well appointed Subaru and Selected the Baja Turbo with Leather interior . 7400 miles later, my short block is replaced because the engine mysteriously " threw a rod". 300 miles after that , back to the Subaru dealership because they apparently crimped a line ... Read More
Does anyone know if Subaru is planning to use the 2005 Outback Platform for a future Baja.
from Honda, apparently their SUT is coming out in 2005 with Full time AWD, variable torque, V-6, 5,000 lb tow rating. They don't seem to be thinking the pass through is essential. Again, I think that Honda is on to something here. If Subaru would super-size their Baja, the two would go head to head. John
Autoweek has an article on that this week. Subaru is saying it's 50/50 right now, cancel or update. It would go on until at least MY2006, they say, which is strange since the 2005 Legacy is already on the new platform. Baja was projected to sell 20k per year but they're on pace for 9k this year, even after the turbo was intro'd. -juice
The Baja might be a little tricky with the canoe, unless you had a special rack built. I'm guessing you put the canoe on the Baja? or do you have a trailer? I enjoy my base OB Wagon for lots of hunting and fishing. The AWD is great for wet dirt roads and grass fields. Navigates well on the lakes with and without snow. Both the Forester and OB Wagons have ... Read More