Question about 1991 Subaru Legacy
There are a couple of causes, and the solutions in order of cost are to first change the gear oil in the front and rear differentials and drive a few miles, then the transmission filter and fluid. finally consider "the infamous torque bind" as detailed at http://legacycentral.org/library/torquebind.htm, but a '91 is very likely to have been resolved by changing the differential fluid.
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