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Subaru Mechanic in Riverside CA

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#1 brzmunky


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Posted 09 January 2011 - 12:48 PM

I moved out to Riverside, CA a few months back and I don't know of any Subaru mechanics in the area. Does anyone have any suggestions for trusted mechanics in Riverside or nearby in the Inland Empire?

I have a 98 Legacy Outback and I recently had misfires in cylinder 1 & 2.


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Posted 09 January 2011 - 01:01 PM

Sounds like a coil pack or wires.

Are wires OEM. If so if the coil pack a "Diamond" brand?

Can't help with a local guru. But search around here. There things (wires, coil) are easily done. Only caveat is I like hose clamp pliers for removing plug wires at the heads.

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