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  1. I've had good results with Altrom products
  2. What's the name of the paint/dye stuff ?
  3. Check the easy stuff first. --Was it running properly before the repairs ? --Are the plug wires hooked up correctly ? --Are the timing belts installed correctly ? --What else was disassembled during the repairs ?
  4. You should fix the oil leak before you get a fire......
  5. You can also tell if the bearings are bad by simply checking for wheel movement. Raise the wheel off the ground a few inches. With your hands at the 6 and 12 o'clock positions rock the wheel by pushing and pulling. Any clunking or free play will mean the bearings are gone.
  6. By chance, did you buy fuel just before it stopped running ? It's rare but you may have gotten some bad gas. Or possibly gas with too high of an ethanol level ?
  7. Something's not right, so you have to keep verifying until something is found.... Once it's found then we can figure out why....
  8. There are four things needed to fire an engine -fuel -spark -air -compression Do compression check. If there is still no fire then your timing is way off. Check to make sure the plug wires are in the right order. Check the timing belts to make sure they haven't slipped.
  9. Have you checked your transmission fluid ? May also be the vacuum advance is not working.
  10. here's a link for reading codes. I'm not sure where the test connectors are located on your vehicle. https://www.troublecodes.net/subaru/ searching this website for ECU codes/connectors may bring up more specific info
  11. Since you are still probing for clues, I would do a fuel pressure check. The tank may have sludged up the feed line to the pump. Also, when the engine is idling, I would stick a vacuum gage on it and see if you can learn anything.
  12. Maybe a fuel pressure problem (?)
  13. if it's been to two shops and they agree there is a pull, they should be able to tell you why and give you an estimate for repairs. If it's not the alignment, we can only guess at possible causes. It could be tires, brakes, accident damage or ?? Only an inspection can really solve this problem.
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