Above on the page there're some Service PDF Manuals with Electric Wiring Diagrams for SUBARU Pick-ups & Trucks.
Subaru's first pickup truck was an onboard version of the Sambar kei car, which saw the light of day in 1961.
Subaru Sambar became the first Japanese mini truck, in which the engine was placed under the body.
The 2-stroke air-cooled motor had a displacement of 356 cc and produced 16 hp.
The length of the Subaru Sambar micro-pickup truck was 2.99 m.
In 1966, Subaru introduced a new generation of Sambar.
The appearance of the micro truck has become more modern, the engine has become more powerful by 2 hp, and the wheelbase has slightly lengthened.
In 1973, the 3-rd generation debuted, on which the “air vent” was replaced by a 2-stroke liquid-cooled engine with a power of 28 hp.
Subaru Sambar III was also offered in an open cargo bay version, but it ceased to be a pickup truck and became a conventional kei truck.
In 1976, Subaru Sambar received a four-stroke engine from a Subaru Rex, and in 1980, an all-wheel drive transmission appeared on the options list.
In 1982, Subaru Sambar IV saw the light, on which an independent suspension of all wheels appeared, in 1990 the 5-th generation appeared, which received an automatic continuously variable transmission E-CVT, which was replaced by a 3-stage hydromechanical automatic transmission in 1995.
From 1996 to 1999, a retro version of the Sambar was produced, the appearance of which echoed the second generation trucks.
The pickup truck returned to the Sambar line only in 2012, when Subaru demonstrated the Sambar mini-truck with a 2-row cab.
But still, Sambar is more of a commercial delivery truck.
Another thing is the Subaru BRAT, developed by order of the head of Subaru of America in 1977.
Until 1981, the pickup truck was equipped with a 67 hp 1.6-liter opposite engine EA-71, which was replaced by a more powerful EA-81 engine with a volume of 1.8 liters, which produced 6 hp.
The 1983-84 models were also offered with the turbocharged EA-81T engine, which produced as much as 94 hp!
US deliveries of the BRAT were discontinued in 1987, but deliveries to Europe, Australia (where the BRAT was sold under the Brumby name) and New Zealand continued until February 1994.
In 2002, the production version of the ST-X, the Subaru Baja, was put on the conveyor.