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    Can't remember after all these years. Joined when Billy C originated the forum.
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    70 years old. Retired Army. 20plus years Subaru owner.
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  1. Lost my turn signals tonight. Fairly confident the relay failed but where is it located?
  2. May be as simple as adjusting the clutch. My old Dodge truck has a hydraulic clutch and I can always tell when the slave cylinder needs replaced as it becomes a bear to shift gears, especially reverse.
  3. More probable the CTS, coolant temperature sensor, needs replaced.
  4. john in KY

    XT coupe air struts.

    Be careful if you have to remove the air lines. Those plastic couplers are easy to snap. A short plastic straw spot longways makes an excellent tool. The XT6 used the same compressor and I think the 1st generation Legacy also used the same part.
  5. I know one thing, the tire shop won't pay. Older models had a fuse holder under the hood that disabled the AWD function. If this model has one, insert a fuse and if the vibration is still there, probably not caused by a transmission problem.
  6. john in KY

    Loyale won’t run

    I don't know but thinking 2 types of rotors. One type requires a set screw. May want to check the rotor. Just remembered the coil bracket must have a good ground contact.
  7. Loose battery cable or blown fusible link. Links should be in a small box near the battery.
  8. First thing I would do is replace those 20-year old headlights with new ones.
  9. john in KY

    Rear axle replacement

    From experience, removing the inner joint from the differential will test your patience.
  10. john in KY

    hello from Latvia

  11. the splines on the hub have stripped.
  12. Don't know if it was an option but my 85 had one.
  13. Looks like either an 85 or 86. I just happen to have a blue steering column cover if interested.
  14. clear codes via the ODBII port 1995 was 1st year to have OBDII.