99 BDP RS
This happened to me before. In my case the fan connector wasn't completely plugged in. I hope it's something simple. I don't want you get rid of the Subaru.I finally got my car back. It just took a mellow 16 weeks to replace a N/A motor haha.
Runs much better than the previous they sent me. Although I am having some issue with the temp gauge. It keeps jumping around from 1/2 to 3/4, however not all the time. I notice it more during traffic or long red lights. The fans don't usually kick on either.
Oof.. I won't bother with the moldings then. I know the front and rear ones are showing their age rather not well, but I don't want to deal with the headache of sealant. I'll look back into it whenever I replace the front windshield/buy the rear glass with wiper.The side moldings should be easy to remove with the glass in place. They slide forward or backward (I don't remember which) and should pop right off, should... Dirt and excessive glass sealant will make it more difficult. The top molding has to be placed when the sealant is soft and putting it in or taking it out after it has cured will be extremely frustrating and you should never attempt. As for the seats, if you can take the covers off they are much easier to clean. I used armorall interior cleaner and it worked fantastically, just soaked the pieces and rinsed with cold water
It’s a very sad state.Considering the top contributor for the month is 34 posts, and, that's only because they are pushing stuff for sale, should tell you all you need to know about this place now.
At this point it’s just an ingrained habit to update the journal. I wish I had somewhere else to take it hahaHello. It's me, Chincy. Had no idea anyone was even active on this forum haha.