About Subaru Loyale
Subaru Loyale is a compact car manufactured by Japanese automaker Subaru division of Fuji Heavy Industries (FHI) from 1990 to 1994. The first Subaru Loyale was introduced in 1990 as the third generation Subaru Leone to replace the second generation Subaru Leone. It was called as Subaru Loyale in Chile, the United States and Canada. Then in 1994, Subaru Loyale along with Subaru Leone was replaced by the Subaru Impreza.
As a 3-door hatchback coupé, 4-soor sedan and a 5-door station wagon, Subaru Loyale was very different from second generation Subaru Leone. Loyale was available for wagon or sedan with standard equipment of DL or GL, while coupe was only available in RS trim. Due to lack of power, North American version Subaru Loyale dropped 1.6 L EA71 OHV H4 engine completely from the lineup. So the Subaru Loyale was only powered by a 1.3 L EA65 OHV H4 engine, a 1.8 L EA82 SOHC H4 engine and a 1.8 L EA82T Turbo SOHC H4 engine; and all these engines were fitted along with 3-speed and 4-speed automatic transmissions, 4-speed and 5-speed manual transmissions and a 5-speed dual range manual transmission with differential lock.
Subaru Loyale Common Problems & Maintenance Tips
As a daily used item, Subaru Loyale could not get away with the fate that it would wear and tear as accumulation of mileage. What you should do to slow down its wearing process is to learn how to diagnose and solve problems on it in time besides the routine maintenance:
First, stalls at random and no oil pressure. According to car repair statistics site CarComplaints.com, this is the most reported problem from Subaru Loyale owners. They told that they could hear whining or squealing noises from the front of the vehicle, which distracted their attention a lot. What's more, hard starting or even unable to start troubled them as well. And the engine performance reduced a lot so that the Loyale would lose power while acceleration. As long as the Check Engine Light is activated and your Subaru Loyale appears above symptoms, you could check the oil filter, oil pump and drive belt to confirm if they are faulty.
Second, something is draining the battery. This is also a very common problem that has happened to Subaru Loyale. According to experienced Subaru Loyale drivers, starter, charging system, neutral safety switch, battery or battery cable are all the possible reasons. If your Subaru Loyale also has this symptom and you could not make sure which part is failing, you had better get some professional mechanicals checked for you. After all, all problems in vehicles could not get ignored as it is closely related with your driving safety.
If your Subaru Loyale is meant to be kept at the top-notch condition, you have a lot to do as it is a complicated item assembled by many kinds of auto parts. Wiper blade or windscreen wiper is responsible for sweeping off dirt, dust and debris on the windshield to provide a better driving visibility to drivers. And it is mostly used under harsh conditions such as downpour, snow or storm. So you had better get the wiper blade replaced at least once a year in sunny areas and half a year in humid environment. Other parts such as seat belt, fog lights or headlights are also should be put on your maintenance list.
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