Originally Posted by Phiman
Thanks for the manual tip, I was planning on this for the subaru I have found they are easier to work on and more reliable in different makes I have owned.
I will make sure I take a good look at the timing belt or have the cost to replacement factored in, thanks
Yep. Not trying to scare you off but a couple wear items I also had to deal with that seem fairly common- cracked LCA bushings, battery tiedown breaking apart, and squeaking pilot bearing, though I'm sure you know to look for that.
Again not big things but if I had inspected the car more thoroughly and known what I was looking at I could've knocked a few bucks of the seller's price.