Did you mean transponder? The keyless entry is separate from the key itself, so I don't believe it is a transponder. That's what I like about these cars...its before the advent of extraneous digital gadgets like that, a very analog car!Nice I have the same as yours ,black 2001 I wonder if we need transporter for the key. Cuz that one is non- transporter key.
Well...Village Subaru in MA was a complete and utter nightmare to me when I bought it. Their GM John Olesen was very difficult to deal with and would not support a used car I just bought. This was my first time working with a dealership.Ooooo I bought mine at 58k. I had all sorts of bad luck with mine, I hope you do not experience any of that!
While I didn't take detailed pictures, the results came out great! It only took half a can, and I had gave it plenty of coats. Also, when I let it dry for three hours, when I put it on, it did peel off at the hanger area because there was WD40/PB Blaster on one, paint stripped right off. Gonna touch it up later.That stuff cures with heat so you'll have to handle it carefully until you get it on and run it for a while. Should look great though. Working up the gumption to do the same thing with my scoobysport. Good luck and let us see the results.
You sanded my nice shinny exhaust! looks good black. Now if I can just buy it back with the car included
I'll admit it was a bit nerve-wracking taking sandpaper to a nearly new exhaust, but I'm painting it black with VHT exhaust spray to give it a more OEM style look. The worst part was getting the line straight on the exhaust tip itself with the tape, and sanding that line just next to the tape. I wanted to paint over that weld spot as seen on many other exhausts that have black boxes and such.
Thanks to Rob (Uni98RS) for the exhaust at a great price!