1993 Subaru Loyale Repair and Maintenance

A guide to problems, costs, maintenance and repair for your 1993 Subaru Loyale

1993 Subaru Loyale Problems

Engine oil leaks are common from the valve cover gasket and camshaft & crankshaft seals. Replacement of leaking seals and gaskets is recommended.

A hydraulic lifter type noise may be noted, often worse at idle. This can be caused by air being drawn past the oil pump seal allowing aerated oil to reach the valve lifters. Replacing the oil pump seals generally will correct this issue.

Premature timing belt failure is not uncommon. The recommended service interval is 60K, but belt failures before that mileage have been noted. This 1.8L engine is considered "free-wheeling", therefore the chances of valve damage if the timing belt fails is minimal.

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1993 Subaru Loyale Questions

the internal shroud on my flywheel is cracked and rubbing. How hard is it to fix and roughly how much?

Just replaced the radiator and the heater is now not working; it just blows cold air. I fixed my overheating problem now I have not heat....! Is this heater core problem or maybe something went wrong when I replaced the radiator??

My car make noise ( sort of a grinding, growling) sound when I turn to the right also to the left but not so pronounced. Going forward, it seems to be OK. Whats wrong and how much to fix. Car runs well otherwise

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1993 Subaru Loyale Recalls

WHEN THE VEHICLE IS DRIVEN CONTINUOUSLY UNDER EXTREMELY COLD TEMPERATURES (-22 DEGREES F.) AND HIGH HUMIDITY WEATHER CONDITIONS, THE TRANSMISSION BREATHING (AIR) VENT CAN BE BLOCKED DUE TO MOISTURE FREEZING AT THE OIL LEVEL GAUGE. IF THIS OCCURS, PRESSURE INSIDE THE TRANSMISSION CASE WILL INCREAS...

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