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What type of AWD ? New 96 Legacy L Owner
Posted 07 October 2004 - 10:33 PM
And what type of AWD does this car have? The maintenance log was up to date. I repaired the body with used parts from the salvadge yard.
Posted 08 October 2004 - 05:52 AM
D = 90%Front/10%Rear
3 = 90%Front/10%Rear
2 = 50%Front/50%Rear
1 = 50%Front/50%Rear
R = 50%Front/50%Rear
The percentage of power to the wheels is obviously subject to road conditions. Sounds like a good buy. The 2.2L engine is pretty damn tough so 95K isn't much at all. I do think you have a major service interval right around 100K however...you should do that
Posted 08 October 2004 - 07:33 AM
You can take a look at these scans for more detailed info
Posted 08 October 2004 - 07:35 AM
Paid $800 and $1700 for parts and body work. $2500 total
I'm curious, how much did you pay for it? Thanks
Posted 11 October 2004 - 01:48 PM
I assume your car had a salvage title? Just so you are aware, your insurance company will offer you only 60-70% of your car's book value if it is totaled and had a rebuilt title.
I've been driving my Subie for a little over a month now. I love it. The 2.2 is a great engine and should last a looooong time with proper maintenance. If you don't have any record of service to the car, everyone here seems to be in agreement that a timing belt is a good bet. I'm curious to see how the AWD steps up for me when I need it.
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