Question about 1998 Subaru Legacy
A seller wants $3100 for a 1998 subaru Legacy wagon ....But says the clutch slips in secound gear...I believe the clutch needs replaced..ASKING SHOULD I EVEN CONSIDER BUYING AND ASKING FOR LESS, LIKE SAY $2700 AND FIXX THE CLUTCH OR LOOK AT OTHER VEHICLES?!?
I think your best option is to ask if the owner will bring it to a shop of your choice to have it thoroughly inspected. An honest approach is always the best for all parties involved. Depending where you are purchasing a car, a 98 legacy with a manual gearbox is much more rare than an automatic. Use your mechanic's report as a basis for negotiation if this is the car you really want to purchase. The clutch parts will alone cost $300 and plan on an additional $100 to machine the flywheel. This, with anything else a trusted eye sees in need of repair, is the wisest way to move forward. Good luck.
Posted on Feb 19, 2009
Ive had my mechanic look at the car, and he is exceptionally reliable, so I trust his estimate.
with my supplying the clutch kit, it still will cost upwards of $425.00 in labor, which includes resurfacing the flywheel, replacing internal components as well as resurfacing and replacing the main seal. the clutch I bought is a stage 1 performance clutch @ $200.00 so in total look to spend a bare minimum of $650.oo
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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