I am new here and new to Subarus also. I'm 49 and have been around a garage setting since I was 12. This is my first dealings with these great little cars. I purchased my son-in-law a 86 GL 4wd sedan about a year ago for $500. It is a great little car. I bought myself a 90 Loyale automatic with pushbutton 4wd with a blown head gasket for $350 about a month ago. Had it fixed in a Saturday. I had to go get my youngest son in our recent snowstorm because he was stranded. Long story short he now has my Loyale. LOL. I have a Honda CRV and the little Subaru goes better than it does. This week I bought a 92 Loyale 5 speed pushbutton 4wd for $400 with the rearend supposedly making noise. The previous owners left it in 4wd because it wouldn't come out with the pushbutton. I had it out of 4wd about 10 minutes after getting it home and off the trailer. Needless to say, it isn't the rear making the noise. It is the tranny in first and second. I don't know how long it will last. I have posted a question about tranmission interchanges in the forum. Anyhow, Hi to all and thanks for any help in advance.
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