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#1 subarunewbie2005

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Posted 27 July 2005 - 07:00 PM

Just wanted to say Howdy to everyone. My son just bought an 84 Subaru GL Wagon and as good as a mechanic as I am Im lost on whats what and where on the little fellar. So I look forward to getting some help from the members of this website.

#2 Sweet82

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 04:07 PM

Welcome to the board!

The Subaru's are set up a little different than most cars.

This board can answer anything you could throw at it.

If your afraid to ask a question, try a "search", either way you'll get an answer.

Good Luck with your Subie,
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#3 mtsmiths

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 04:32 PM

Awwww man, there goes another one! After Dad has worked on and test driven the Soobie across the Nebraska prairie, the poor kid is goinna be stuck driving the family Buick ... poor kid.

Oh, welcome to the mad, mad, mad world of Subaru nutz.

#4 subarunewbie2005

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 04:35 PM

LOL Actually its the family Dynasty and Im kinda already taking over driving the little fellar lol. Its fun to drive (when it stays running and the steering doesnt lock :banghead: ) thanks for the warm welcome.

#5 soobmater

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Posted 28 July 2005 - 11:46 PM

yep you will definatley learn tons of stuff here. welcome aboard:drunk:

#6 edrach

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Posted 29 July 2005 - 01:20 AM

Welcome to the Board. There's lots of help here. If you want the best manual for your son's car, look in the Marketplace forum for the Bentley manual and see if it's still available and snag it....there is no better manual for that car; it's a very competent re-write of the Subaru factory manuals for the early 80's cars up up '84. Best of luck with the new car and you'll find lots of help here. The '84 wagon is just a great car to learn on and have a fun, reliable first car. Two of my sons had a '83 and '84 as they learned to drive and repair their own cars. Loved them.

Just wanted to say Howdy to everyone. My son just bought an 84 Subaru GL Wagon and as good as a mechanic as I am Im lost on whats what and where on the little fellar. So I look forward to getting some help from the members of this website.



#7 mtsmiths

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Posted 29 July 2005 - 03:25 PM

LOL Actually its the family Dynasty and Im kinda already taking over driving the little fellar lol. Its fun to drive (when it stays running and the steering doesnt lock :banghead: ) thanks for the warm welcome.


I predict a short continuing term of office for the Dynasty, and another, newer Subaru for the family ride.

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Posted 30 July 2005 - 09:24 AM

I predict a short continuing term of office for the Dynasty, and another, newer Subaru for the family ride.


The Dynasty is my wifes car with over 180k miles on it and the Subaru has 184k I dont think either ones going away any time soon. Besides the Dynasty is a VERY reliable car at this point and has made two 2650 mile round trips to West Virginia and back. :lol:




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