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ezapar last won the day on September 10 2020

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About ezapar

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  • Birthday 06/08/1988

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    who cares
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    Omnipotence.
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    Sick of the stupid questions.
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    Subaru

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  1. ezapar

    Jump battery every 2 weeks if I don't drive it

    The fuel pump runs every couple of hours to keep pressure in the system. That is what is killing your battery. Just disconnect the battery if you think you won't be driving it for a few weeks.
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    CrossTrek Review

    Idosubaru. The hybrids are famous for killing batteries. The electric leak? Easy one. Every few hours or so, the car runs your fuel pump to keep pressure in the system. After a few weeks, bye bye battery charge.
  3. I'll just say this. I laugh out loud at folks who claim Subaru but say 148hp isn't enough. You see, a LOT of us here have been here the whole life of the USMB and are very familiar and fond of the early Subarus. We were just fine with 72hp. The 2021 Xtrek has an additional 30hp. Maybie it's time to trade up and get you some XMODE. rav-4. lol
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    Lightning Strike

    LOL @ Renton's Walker Subaru. Rairdon's is no better. . . trees in Seattle. . . lol
  5. ezapar

    Lightweight '95 FWD Impreza L

    Cool stuff. Thanks for the pics and narrative.
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    Brake light and car battery replacement notes

    Curious if the hatch release by the driver's feet would still work with the battery disconnected.
  7. ezapar

    Hatch Patrol?

    A fun topic to bump. lol That would be me driving one of those Jeeps several of you trashed without ever having one to reference. 7 years later, I've had 8 Subarus in the time I've owned her, she's a keeper for sure.
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    Best tires

    I chose a set a Michelins. They stick like glue in wet or dry conditions, they did just fine in a few inches of snow too. I've put 15k miles on them and you really can't tell. I'd buy them again. And I've tried tons of tires over the years. I have 18s, so here's what size I chose. https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Michelin&tireModel=Pilot+Sport+A%2FS+3%2B+(H-+or+V-Speed+Rated)&sidewall=Blackwall&partnum=355VR8PSAS3PL&tab=Sizes
  9. Just wear your seat belt. If you have heavy stuff on the passenger setting off the chime, just connect the seat belt and it will stop. Otherwise. Wear your seatbelt. I have not turned of the chime for seat belts. But I did disable the beep for the alarm and have had no problems on 4 different Xtreks.
  10. ezapar

    How is everyone?

    Just cuz you have more posts than me doesn't mean I was ever gone. lol
  11. ezapar

    How is everyone?

    His deally bob states SlUT. Salt Lake City, Utah. Betting it was near there.
  12. ezapar

    CrossTrek Review

    I'd advise you to go drive them both and see for yourself which one suits you better. Save the Subaru for last.
  13. ezapar

    The Unofficial "How to Lift your Impreza" Thread

    Folks don't like that the tire sits forward. But. When it up travels, it goes right where it's supposed to. In the middle of the wheel well. I learned this from Jeep guys when adding adjustable trailing arms on my TJ. Made perfect sense to me.
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