Subaru’s Common Failure

Common problems and failures you can expect when owning a Subaru

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ASE Certified L1 Advanced Mastertech. Martin Hand has over 15 years experience in Asian and European Import Auto Repair. Specializing in electrical diagnosis, engine performance, AT/MT transmission repair/rebuild. Martin is also pursuing a degree in Computers Science & Information Systems starting at Portland Community College while he plans to transfer to OIT. Certified in Java application level programming, experienced with other languages such as PHP, Ruby, JavaScript and Swift. Martin has future plans of automotive diagnostic software development.

2 Comments

  • Bonnie says:

    July 1, 2018 our 2013 Subaru Impreza WRX suffered catastrophic engine failure at 93,000 miles. Purchased the vehicle at a ” Subaru ” dealership as a ” Certified Pre-Owned ” vehicle with 63,000 on it and 100,000 warranty. SOA not willing to honor the warranty. Currently appealing their decision but need ” expert ” advice to assist with appeal.

    • Martin Hand Martin Hand says:

      It really comes down to why the engine failed. If the engine was ran out of oil it will be hard case to fight. Subarus are common for oil consumption and that is why the engines usually blow up. Long oil change intervals and the engine oil burns away and you’ll probably never even see it smoke because of the catalytic converters. You should still check oil level and expect to top it off in between oil changes especially if it’s over 100k.

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