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Cost of replacing clutch on 1990 subaru loyale, mystery clunking

Hey there everybody. I need to replace the clutch on my subaru loyale and don't know if it is going to be worth my money/time. Everything else on the car is fine, except for a mysterious new clunking sound coming from the back passenger's side tire area, and even though the car has 200,000 miles on it I think its still got at least another 50,000 out of it as it has been well maintained.

Has anybody had to replace a clutch on a loyale from the early 90s? Do you remember how much it was? Also, does anybody have any idea what that clunking sound could be?

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  • Andrew Davis
    Andrew Davis May 11, 2010

    are you wanting to change the clutch yourself or have someone do it

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It will probably cost you I'm guessing around $700 (including labor) if its a manual, more if its automatic. Subaru's are good cars and usually last out until, and sometimes, beyond the 300k mark, at least in my experience they have.

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