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MR_Loyale

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About MR_Loyale

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    22 Years of Ownership. 94-16

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    Been member for 6 years
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    Loyale owner
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    UNO 93 Loyale Sedan 2WD, ASH 92 Loyale Sedan 4WD

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  1. 92 Loyale, the pipe between the muffler and mid-pipe separated because the PO had it together with a rusty U bolt. There is no flange (PO must have hacked it off) , just two raw pipes that were connected via a U bolt. The muffler is in good shape and the pipe feels solid. I do not have the welding gear so I am deciding if I should either take it to a muffler shop or just buy the replacement from mid-pipe on back. The replacement is $256 https://www.ebay.com/itm/90-91-92-93-94-Subaru-Loyale1-8L-Muffler-Exhaust-System/190286893017?hash=item2c4dfb8fd9:g:vLMAAOxycSdRzq5H. Suggestions?
  2. MR_Loyale

    Uno - My First

    During the last week of August I had a chance to revisit some of the old places I went on my trip in 2014. Specifically I was in Montana and the West entrance to Yellowstone. I still drive Uno daily as my commuter and am looking at a way to fabricate a paramotor carrier for him. I was in Southern Idaho for a paramotor fly in called "Tie Yer Own Fly In" at Henrys Lake Idaho. Here is my video: Henrys Lake Fly In
  3. MR_Loyale

    1992 Subaru Loyale yay? Or nay?

    Factory speakers or aftermarket add on? The reason I aask is on my 92 someone put in speakers using pointy wood screws that pierced the harness and blew fuses.
  4. I have a 92 Loyale as well.
  5. MR_Loyale

    Dashboard

    The dash matt is the best solution imho. No chemicals to degrade the plastic and help to keep the underlying dash from extremes of temperature.
  6. Original GL owner. Sweet.
  7. In my experience, third party axles are a crap shoot. I have had some start clicking within 3 months. My advice is to buy lifetime ones and get free replacements. Last time I checked for new OEM axles from Subaru, they were $500 each and not many left in the country. I could not justify the cost so went third party which are all rebuilds I think.
  8. Check the IAC harness with a continuity meter. The pins on the connector are notorious for coming out.
  9. MR_Loyale

    What happened?

    Ummm, am I an evil person if mention to him that photos often times have GPS coodinates embedded in them?
  10. I think they do have some code to detect under and overvoltage. Last time I replaced mine the brake and charge light were solid glowing. Autozone put it on their tester and it was under voltage. I have lifetime replacements so it cost me nothing.
  11. Had to do the hood release on my car as the old one broke. I found a kebab skewer worked well to open it up.
  12. MR_Loyale

    EA82 dying

    How many miles on the engine?
  13. Did another warranty replace of alternator in red sedan.
  14. MR_Loyale

    Uno - My First

    Well it was a relatively inexpensive vehicle and easy to maintain. I don't think I would have kept it as long if USMB hadnt been around. I didnt want car payment as I had got a mortgage. It gets my groceries just fine so I havent needed much more than that.
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