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1996 Subaru legacy LSI SW
Posted 20 February 2004 - 12:12 AM
This board has a wealth of great info I have been reading it for a few days now.
Last week I purchased 1996 Subaru LSI SW AWD AUTO From a local Dealer In NYC with 56,401 on the clock. $6000 so no payments LOL
My wife did a carfax with great results one owner etc
They replaced the tires,wipers changed all fluids waxed etc. looks and drove great down to Florida.
I bought the Haynes manual
Tonight I installed A sony explode cd head
I need to tint, get new speakers,optima yellow top,
and maybe a small amp & woofer, and a loud horn
But I know I Have to change the front CV joint because there is a clicking noise when I make a right tight turn so I just Might replace both side axel's It could save a lot of TIME.
Also time for some tranny ajustment (ie) clean the screen ajust bands etc. When we start to move the tranny gives us a kick @ 2000 rpms then it's smooth.
I was thinking of taking the car to a subaru dealer for the above.
ANY SUGGESTION WILL BE APPRICIATED.
THANKS this is my first Subaru.
Posted 20 February 2004 - 02:39 AM
You should let the dealer look things over before just deciding to replace the CV joints though they may need it. They should be able to determine what is needed.
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