Question about 2007 Subaru Forester 2.5X L.L. Bean Edition
I've just purchased a 2 year old Subaru Forester and excited. It could be my last car purchase. (at 71 years)
The cross bar supporting the canvas boot cover appears to be about 8 mm too short. Either L or R hangs wrinkled!
I'm new in the world of Subaru Foresters and want this right!
(2007 2.5 XS Auto)
Have the dealer installed an incorrect one or is it a model problem?
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dude i had same on colder morning,i checked brake fluid(couldnt find a sensor for it though) and then done oil and filter,never to return.although there is an oilcan light so im really not too sure.mines a 92.maybe try legacy as they apparantly changed the name to keep in sweet with the rsl.hope i helped.if not,go to car yard and pinch outa secondhandy?ha ha
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Posted on Aug 20, 2009
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