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Re: 2002 Forester Manual, 35K miles Its been a really long few days so lost some details of this thread. When you run into the problem you will know it. You do a circle to full lock and the if it

Nipper Dawg
Jan 12
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18089

Re: 2002 Forester Manual, 35K miles This is coming closer to a reality. Car in great condition as far as I can tell. Regarding the tight circle - do you mean listen to motor? What are the

justin_watkins
Jan 12
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18088

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions Oops, yeahà in Alaska, all bets are off. The stuff doesnÆt handle really cold temps too well. [RICHR]

Rich Rubel
Oct 17, 2014
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18087

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions Will look at getting the OEM wires. Hope that they are not an arm and a leg. Did try the Shoo Goo. Worked for a while until winter rolled around in Alaska.

akups88
Oct 17, 2014
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18086

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions Stick with OEM parts from a dealer. These "pins" are a particular shape so that the elongated top of the pin can be threaded into the round hole in the rubber

glassamps
Oct 17, 2014
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18085

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions Maybe you should have checked with your OEM supplier about the wires as well. OEM are prolly as good, and maybe better, than any you might find in the

Roberts
Oct 17, 2014
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18084

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions I'd seriously buy from the dealer for the wires. These engines seem susceptible to RF interference (people have gone so far as to re-ground the entire engine)

Rich Rubel
Oct 17, 2014
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18083

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions The door seal has some broken pins at the bottom of the door and has become unattached. I was looking for OEM supplier that were reasonable and provided

akups88
Oct 17, 2014
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18082

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions I'd stick with OEM plugs and wires both. I tried a number of aftermarket parts (including NGK's that APPEARED to be a match, heat-range-wise) and always wound

Rich Rubel
Oct 16, 2014
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18081

Re: Plug and Wire suggestions NGK is a good choice, platinum (or what ever expensive metal that's in vogue) is the preferred type, after you're replaced them you'll understand why. Get good

Glen Farney
Oct 16, 2014
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18080

Plug and Wire suggestions Finally got my wife's 98 Outback back from my daughter. I have mainly worked my 90 Legacy in the past. What is the suggested spark plugs? NGK? Also looking

akups88
Oct 16, 2014
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18079

Re: 2002 Forester Manual, 35K miles 2002 forester, manual or auto. Drive it in a tight circle and lets us know how it acts, this would be the biggest tell there is on this car. On Sun, Oct 5,

Nipper Dawg
Oct 4, 2014
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18078

2002 Forester Manual, 35K miles Someone offered to sell me this vehicle. Situation is such that the car wasn't driven much; kept in garage, etc. Looking for any notes/thoughts you folks

justin_watkins
Oct 4, 2014
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18077

Re: 1998 Outback 2.5 Head Gasket Questions That's what I thought... 1st I thought it might be me, but if they make it to being posted on the website, then I would think they should make it to the

Roberts
Sep 6, 2014
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18076

Re: 1998 Outback 2.5 Head Gasket Questions I'm not seeing any of it. I couldnty figure out why there was the same email 6 times, maybe yahoo has a glitch. On Fri, Sep 5, 2014 at 7:47 PM, 'Roberts'

Nipper Dawg
Sep 5, 2014
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