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Our windshield had several minor chips and an arcing scratch - not terribly deep, but certainly visible - caused by a large granule of road salt lodged in the wiper. We also had stubborn water spotting on both exterior side mirrors. Zaino Z-12 Clear…
Rose920, Any polarized set of sunglass lenses will make it difficult to read the Subaru display, as polarized lenses are incompatible with LCD displays. Indeed, polarized lenses are not authorized for flying - so keep them out of Subaru and Gulfstr…
Given no supervision Americans would shoot every buffalo on the prairie and build Los Angeles How little faith in one's fellow Americans. A typical elitist reponse.
SantaFe, re: "There is a rattle sound from underneath that happens on slow acceleration." This would appear to describe a loose heat shield; once the resonant frequency is reached ( via engine RPM - generally low band ), if the steel shield is poor…
Subject: 2008 Subaru Tribeca Limited Upon reaching the approximate 65,000-mile mark, the following failures occurred, seemingly in unison: - Driver-side air conditioning failed ( the unit was blowing ambient temperature air, with no cooling ); fol…
Michelin has discontinued the Energy MXV4, which was OEM several years ago for Accord ( our former 2001 Accord EX-V6 came equipped with the same tire ). The original poster indicated handling as a variable and de-emphasized fuel economy; as the post…
Under the Michelin marque, the finest handling tire, bar none, is the Pilot Super Sport, which is available in the size you indicate. In terms of superior handling characteristics in an all-season tire, the new Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 is also ava…
Ah, the color palettes of the Seventies. My first chariot was a '73 Mercury Cougar 351, in "Ginger Brown" with a tan interior. Bought it in my senior year in high school in 1983 for the staggering sum of $500. Those were the days indeed.