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A/C failure diagnosis - Japan vs America?

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Posted 11 September 2003 - 10:05 AM

Dealer called me today to let me know that my 03 Legacy with 4400 miles on it will be out of operation until the 22nd of this month. The dealer told me that the "reciever dryer" and the "O ring" needed to be replaced. This is crazy!
I bought an 02 Impreza that had absolutely no problems with anything up until it got totaled. If I am not mistaken, isn't the Impreza built in Japan, and the Legacy built here in IN? The Impreza was flawless all aropund the board...but my Legacy has a couple of fit and trim blemishes....just curious, has anyone else noticed this with their rides?

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