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gr1000
01-04-2011, 10:02 AM
1992 Subaru Loyale Wagon. 5 Speed manual. 206K miles. Push button for 4 wheel drive, FWD rest of the time. Great in snow. EPA MPG: 22 city, 28 highway. AC, heat, tachometer. Tow hitch and wiring. Seats come down for a flat cargo area with great capacity. Full size spare. Roof rack. Power windows. Power locks. CD Player with detachable face. 1.8L engine. Chilton repair manual included.

Some rust around a few dents. Some knocking from the right front CV joint. A few quirks that I have not bothered to fix: one door doesn't open from inside; one power window goes up only from the driver control; back gate doesn't stay open its own; lights come on fine and turn off when engines turn off, but then need engine to cool before they come back on again. Some electrical knowledge and spare parts should allow you to fix these. Timing belt was replaced at around 190K, alternator around 180K, oil and water pumps at around 140K. Two tires are less than a year old, others have more age.

Overall a very useful car. People take these things off-roading (check youtube). I haven't. I used it mostly to transport gear to bicycle races.

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brandonmillsap
06-02-2011, 09:44 PM
1992 Subaru Loyale Wagon. 5 Speed manual. 206K miles. Push button for 4 wheel drive, FWD rest of the time. Great in snow. EPA MPG: 22 city, 28 highway. AC, heat, tachometer. Tow hitch and wiring. Seats come down for a flat cargo area with great capacity. Full size spare. Roof rack. Power windows. Power locks. CD Player with detachable face. 1.8L engine. Chilton auto repair manual (http://www.car-stuff.com/chiltonrepairmanual.htm) included.

Some rust around a few dents. Some knocking from the right front CV joint. A few quirks that I have not bothered to fix: one door doesn't open from inside; one power window goes up only from the driver control; back gate doesn't stay open its own; lights come on fine and turn off when engines turn off, but then need engine to cool before they come back on again. Some electrical knowledge and spare parts should allow you to fix these. Timing belt was replaced at around 190K, alternator around 180K, oil and water pumps at around 140K. Two tires are less than a year old, others have more age.

Overall a very useful car. People take these things off-roading (check youtube). I haven't. I used it mostly to transport gear to bicycle races.


I just have a random question with regards to obtaining a chilton repair manual for a 1992 Subaru Loyale Wagon. How much would it cost one?