1992 subaru loyale troubles
So I finally resurrected the car with various
little fixes here and there, and more
problems have become apparent in the
process. I replaced the driver side rotor with
another (possibly a 93) from the junk yard,
due to driver side damage resulting in the
teeth on the lower ball joint wearing the
teeth on the router down to nothing. Now
I've heard that the rotor might not be
balanced with my 92 and my theory is its
the wrong rotor.. also I have no running
lights and the head light come on in the off
position leading me to believe the swith in
the steering colum is warn as well.. I just
bought some new under dash fuses off
rock auto hoping to fix the lights but if there
is any other theory I'd like to hear them.
Because it's old and need to be replaced!!! Oh Lawd! You need a car upgrade, like now!! KA-Pow!! Give up that old junker cause it's blowing serious boners! Get rid of it ASAP!! UGH! Trade this POS car in, Bubba!! Time for a brand new start!! Room-A-Zoom-Zoom, baby!! Summer Sales are still Sizzlin' HOT and you could be stylin' & profilin' in a new ride with fries on the side!! You can do this!
An old Subaru should be allowed to die gracefully-
Damn skippy!! And I aint talkin' peanut butter either!! Last time I saw a Subaru Loyale on the road is when cassette tape decks were still in cars!! Let 'er go, Joe!!
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