[HD] '90 Subaru Loyale Shift Linkage Replacement
Sorry for the black screen at the end. Random rendering glitch, I assume.
My shifter in my car used to suck. It was really hard to find fifth and
reverse, first and second gear looked like third and fourth, and there was
lots of play in the shifter when in gear. The answer? My shifter bushings
were shot. I went to the junkyard and just took the entire shift linkage
out of a car with good bushings. Definitely was worth it, since my shifter
feels great now.
1990 Subaru Loyale EA82 D/R 5-speed
[HD] '90 Subaru Loyale Offroading (May 23, 2013)
Nothing major. Just some light offroading that is well within the
capabilities of the car. I never even switched into 4WD Hi, let alone 4WD
Lo. Entire video was done in FWD. I didn't want to do anything major, since
my engine is still relatively new to my car. Plus, without a lift kit,
ground clearance is definitely an issue for major offroading.
Anyways, just driving through the woods in my Soob. Nice to be in the
Subaru's natural habitat. :P I would've gone much further on the trail, but
as I started climbing in elevation, I reached some snow. Snow is nothing
for the Subaru, but again, ground clearance is an issue. Snow is
unpredictable and I can get high-centered if I'm not careful. By the time I
got to the snow, I was far from civilization. Without another person in
another car, I didn't feel comfortable continuing by myself. Headed back,
and good thing because I lost one fog light along the way. Was able to
retrieve the light and hook it back up. :P
Location is Tinkham RD, east of North Bend, WA. Exit 42 off of I-90.
Definitely a great spot, from what I can tell. First time being there, and
I'll definitely go back soon!
Subaru Loyale Hill Climb
Just a short video showing my Subaru's hill climbing power, haha. It was a
steep hill, and I made it up with little wheelspin. First time I went up, I
was greeted by another vehicle. With no place to turn around, I backed down
the hill. Front wheels locked up easily, as you could see me sliding. We
chatted for a minute, and I gave the hill another go. Made it up again, and
came back down the right way. ;)
1990 Subaru Loyale wagon, 5-speed manual, D/R 4WD, non-turbo EA82, stock ride height and suspension.
Subaru Loyale H6 SportsWagon... in Action!
It is so Sad, a real Shame that the Music was Removed by Youtube due to
Copyright Issues, Because I Edited the Video Around the Music Meanings...
Great Video, where you can see my Yellow Subaru Loyale in Action! ... I
Edited it from Many Different Videos Taken on Vacation Trips Across
Honduras, Taken Mainly Off Road, where there`s No Road intended for Any
I Love Nature, so You`ll See Great Outdoors, Mountain Landscapes, Also Some
Main Cities, Beaches, etc...
Please: See it Complete.
Come Travel with me, Coast to Coast Across Honduras! ;)
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How to change a Subaru Head Gasket without removing the engine
These are the sets I like to use on these EJ25 engines.
1:07 Identifying engine type
1:25 Inspection showing oil leak from head gasket
3:12 Remove air intake (discussed)
3:35 Remove battery (discussed)
4:00 Remove air compressor (discussed)
4:10 With above removed and belt covers removed
4:20 Remove belts
5:49 Remove A/C compressor tensioner bracker
7:00 Remove alternator
8:50 Remove air compressor (discussed)
8:56 Drain radiator
10:10 Remove power brake Booster
vacuum line, fuel lines
11:48 Disconnect spark plug wires/brackets
13:42 Remove A/C compressor
14:15 Remove spark plugs/bracket
15:02 Disconnect oil sending unit wire, coolant temp sending unit, crack
shaft position sensor wire
15:50 Remove radiator
How to change a Subaru Head Gasket without removing the engine
280 hp subaru loyale
quick first video of my old subaru with my new jdm sti v.4 engine swap
playing around on icy road...running very well, but hard to handle on ice
when Boost kick's :)...pretty fun
Subaru Timing Belt Replacement
In this video I show you how to remove your timing belt from your Subaru.
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repairs, or modifications, you perform to your car are made at your own
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doing a repair, and/or modification is messing up sometimes. Also, if for
some reason, I do give incorrect instructions, and something breaks because
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instructions. Don't do anything to your car unless you yourself feel
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2015 Subaru Outback: Everything You Ever Wanted to Know
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Outback makes a dramatic entrance at the 2014 New York Auto Show. Sporting
all new, contemporary sheet-metal, a new nose, new interior and a new
transmission, the 2015 Subaru Outback is basically an all-new machine. The
Outback is the bread-and-butter for Subaru as it is one of their largest
sellers, so this updated design is extremely important for Subaru.
The base model 2015 Subaru Outback will have a 175 horsepower 2.5-liter
four-cylinder, boxer engine that makes 174 lbs-feet of torque. Subaru says
the 2.5-liter can get 25 miles per gallon city, 33 mpg highway and 28 mpg
combined. The top-of-the-line engine is the 256 hp H6, 3.6-liter that makes
247 lb-ft of torque. Available only on the Limited model, Subaru says it
will get 19 mpg city, 27 mpg highway and 22 mpg combined.
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