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The problem seems to be with the Baja and not the trailer. I've heard that it could be a ground problem but where do you start? Is there a test kit of some kind out there to help me diagnose the probl...

all the other lights in the instrument cluster work fine. The only things not lit are the clock and odometer. Are they supposed to be lit?...

The Baja is not connecting with the young buyers at whom it was aimed, Saito said at the launch here of the redesigned Legacy and Outback....

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 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,...

I agree with your thoughts, however, we have to look forward, to things they're not already doing. Baja is on an outgoing platform....

Baja would be a new vehicle with plenty of new engineering, crash testing, and certification required. So it would need more volume to be profitable....

I'd already paid on 2005 the purchase for the Baja). I'd still be smart (finances-wises) to keep the Baja for a few more years -- it's a great vehicle in general, except I'm tired of raising the hea...

...I am saving my subaru bucks for some other as yet unknown like the Baja Turbo '06 on the new Outback platform-hint hint SOA). Have you used wobble extensions, or angle drives? You mention "int...

I've got a 2005 Turbo Baja (automatic) with 34K miles on it at present. Most of my driving is an 18-mile commute (each way), @ 5 miles on a back road (40 MPH, no traffic lights), another 9 or so on a...

The turbo is intoxicating. While not quite the same blast as with the manual tranny, it still pulls very hard and is tons of fun to drive. As for the turbo reliability, I have no concerns since Suba...

Note the Baja/Ridgeline-like Ssangyong XMT concept....

contract. I have just purchased a 2005 Subaru Baja and no longer need the Outback. Can I turn in the car early? Even if I could, I imagine I would pay a penalty. I hope I don't have pay the remaining...
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