About Subaru Justy
Subaru Justy is a subcompact hatchback manufactured by Japanese automaker Subaru division of Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) from 1984 to 1994; though its rebadged version was sold until 2010. The first Subaru Justy was introduced in Japan in 1984. And its rebadged version was replaced by the Subaru Trezia eventually for the 2010 model year. Though Subaru Justy had been only produced through about twenty years, it still could be seen as two generations according to its gear ratios.
The first generation Subaru Justy (1984-1988) was not introduced into the United States until 1987. It was also called as Subaru Trendy in Sweden and as J-series, J10, and J12 in other places. In the United States, Subaru Justy was equipped with the full-wheel drive. Until 1988, the American version Subaru Justy received 4-wheel drive as an option. The second generation Subaru Justy (1989-1994) received a major restyling in 1989. By 1989, all models of Subaru Justy were both available in full-wheel drive and 4-wheel drive. In the two generations, Subaru Justy had been powered by a 1.0 L EF10 inline 3-cylinder and a 1.2 L EF12 inline 3-cylinder engine. And these engines were fitted along with either a 5-speed manual transmission or a Continuously Variable transmission (ECVT).
Subaru Justy Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
As a vehicle, once it runs, it is wearing, so is Subaru Justy. In order to slow down the wearing process, you have the need to know about how to diagnose and solve common problems that happen to it in advance:
First, suspension failure. Many Subaru Justy owners have complained this problem as it has influenced their driving experience a lot. They told that the grinding or roaring noises would come from the tire area, the front tires and brakes would be damaged severely so that the tire wear would be abnormal and uneven. At the same time, the vibrating steering wheel would make it difficult for them to control the vehicle. So once any above signs appear on your Subaru Justy, you had better get the Justy shock and strut mount and Justy wheel bearing inspected thoroughly.
Second, braking system went wrong. Every driver knows the importance of the braking system, so that's why you need to pay more attention on the braking system in your Subaru Justy. According to Subaru Justy owners, the brake pedals would give out an unusual feel as well as abnormal noises; the parking brake would also become loose. If you want to enjoy a safe driving trip and your Subaru Justy also has these symptoms, you can try checking if the brake drum is broken.
If you want to lengthen your Subaru Justy's lifespan, then you have a lot more to take good care of. It is an assembled item by many kinds of auto parts after all. In order to save your time and energy, you can focus on some more vulnerable parts in your Subaru Justy. For example, the wiper blade only works under harsh weather conditions such as downpour or snowy, which means the wiper blade is exposed to harm brought by nature all the time. So you had better change it at least once a year if you want your driving vision won't get blocked. Other auto parts including headlights, power window switch, fog lights or antenna also should be on your maintenance list.
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