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Old 12-02-2012, 02:08 PM   #11
Slimsti
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2007 BLK STI Dom3XTR
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Now me, I had bad luck. Bought a 2007 WRX from a dealership. Took it for a test drive and went to my mechanic. Had a check engine light on but only came back as an o2 sensor. No big deal. Other than that, there were no knocks, clanks, pings or anything of the sort. Nothing to warrant there being anything wrong with the car. All the belts were good, hoses, etc....

Not even a full 72 hours after I bought the car, it lost oil pressure, the idiot light came on, and $6,000 later, I have a new engine in my car. In the state of Georgia, the Lemon Law does not protect used cars at all. All I can do is have a lawyer send a letter of intent to sue and hope for the best. Other than that, I'm pretty much stuck with fixing it.

That's bad luck.
Ouch that sucks man. If I were ever to buy a used Subaru I'd 100% make sure I had a safety net of 5-10k for a new block whenever it chooses to act up. It could last for 100k or it could crack a ringland at 1k, that's whats so scary.
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