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Old 12-02-2019, 07:25 AM   #1
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Default 2012 impreza CVT, axle issues

hi guys my sister in law has a '12 impreza w/ 2.0L NA CVT trans. car has 110 miles on it. her transmission went out last year and had a Reman put in by a subaru dealership. exactly 1 year from install she began having issues. I am no Subaru Tech, but am I Heavy duty Diesel Tech for over 10 years. I began to look at the car yesterday. i 1st test drove car, Right away i noticed all 4 wheel bearings screaming. the front ones are worst than rear. also when on WOT, at 4k the front end like shakes (WB). i put car on jacks and inspect front Hubs. i made short video of noise the FL hub makes. the FR does not make that noise but does have excessive lateral play. on the FL i cannot quiet tell where the clinking noise in video is coming from, maybe DIFF?
now read what the subby tech wrote in the notes, i cannot believe this idiot.
hes talking about a CEL which caused engine to brake, and all he did is clear, does not state the CODE number. also they state installed a Reman transmission and they flush it? usually when you install a new or reman there is no need to flush! also he used oil trans oil pan, and installed several different type fasteners on it, and it was leaking.
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