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Old 14 Feb 2008, 05:16 pm
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Default Acura rsx...?

does anyone know where i can get a repair manual for the acura rsx. like the rsx 2002 to 2006 model, type r or type s. and how much would it cost if i were to get one that's in a pretty bad condition, with nearly everything broken, cuz i want to fix it up. oh and how much would the insurance cost. thx alotRSX aside, anyone know of pre-owned 2002-2004 subaru wrx sti, price and any additional thoughts. thx
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Old 14 Feb 2008, 05:31 pm
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first off...RSX and RSX-S were only made for those years no type R's (it's not an Integra)...have you tried Acura for a manual ???If you managed to get an RSX/RSX-S in bad conditon I'd like to know where and how much too. They can't be found here in N.W. FL....and insurance for someone UNDER 25 for this car will run you about $5000. a year.(it's considered a sports car.)
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Old 14 Feb 2008, 05:46 pm
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You can download the entire service manual at
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