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Old 06-22-2019, 03:44 PM   #3151
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Make: 2018 Subaru STI Type-RA

Mileage: 3600

Time Out Of Use: 3 weeks

Problem And Likely Cause: 3rd-4th gear grinding, 4th gear syncro worn, other parts found worn/damaged during inspection.

Modifications: AOS and 91 Octane tune (Type-RA ECU runs terrible on 91 octane)

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: Modifications

Your Story:

Bought the Type-RA last year October. Has had minor issues with 3rd gear since day one, occasionally not wanting to go into gear. Haven't missed shifts or over-revved (not my first manual Subaru, have had manual Subaru's since 2001). 3rd-4th completely failed last month, would grind every time shifting even at low speeds and any RPM. Took it in for warranty claim at the dealer I used to work at, they went to bat for me but ultimately Subaru Corporate denied the claim...

Probably have to sell the car because I was laid off recently too. Bill is over $5000. Car is paid off.
That blows. Not for nothing but the only one who would report that you had it tuned is the mechanic. Then from there the writer had to have documented it, filled out a mod report, then sent it into Subaru. If they were still cool with you they’d never turn it in or fill it out in the first place. It sucks. We’ve warrantied a lot of stuff we shouldn’t have because they would rather not deal with a bad review.
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Old 06-25-2019, 09:00 PM   #3152
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Name: Eliot

Make: '13 Crosstrek

Mileage: 130k

Time Out Of Use: n/a

Problem And Likely Cause: excessive oil consumption (known issue) and click/whirring noise from CVT

Modifications: None

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: Mileage over 100k so all extended service claims denied. Called SoA and they confirmed it.

Your Story: Bought the car with about 131k on it. Drove great. On a road trip around 133k I noticed the low-oil light came on, even though it had 3k left until it needed an oil change. Took it in to the dealer and they said they could do an oil consumption test but since it was over 100k miles then it wouldn't qualify for any coverage. I paid for them to do an oil change, came back 1500 miles later, they said it was consuming a normal amount of oil, nothing alarming, not close to what would normally qualify under the oil consumption recall. Also started noticing a clicking/whirring noise from the transmission at low speed, they checked it and said it was coming from the transmission and would be $6000+ to replace it.

They did the valve spring recall (which includes another oil change) and brake switch recall and I went on my way. At this point it had 135,500. Just last week at 137k the low oil light came on again. That's only 1500 miles since it just had new oil after the valve spring recall repair. Making another appointment with them this week regarding the oil consumption.

Regarding the transmission, the noise is getting louder. Might try another dealer to see what they say.
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Old 06-25-2019, 09:12 PM   #3153
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Name: Eliot

Make: '13 Crosstrek

Mileage: 130k

Time Out Of Use: n/a

Problem And Likely Cause: excessive oil consumption (known issue) and click/whirring noise from CVT

Modifications: None

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: Mileage over 100k so all extended service claims denied. Called SoA and they confirmed it.

Your Story: Bought the car with about 131k on it. Drove great. On a road trip around 133k I noticed the low-oil light came on, even though it had 3k left until it needed an oil change. Took it in to the dealer and they said they could do an oil consumption test but since it was over 100k miles then it wouldn't qualify for any coverage. I paid for them to do an oil change, came back 1500 miles later, they said it was consuming a normal amount of oil, nothing alarming, not close to what would normally qualify under the oil consumption recall. Also started noticing a clicking/whirring noise from the transmission at low speed, they checked it and said it was coming from the transmission and would be $6000+ to replace it.

They did the valve spring recall (which includes another oil change) and brake switch recall and I went on my way. At this point it had 135,500. Just last week at 137k the low oil light came on again. That's only 1500 miles since it just had new oil after the valve spring recall repair. Making another appointment with them this week regarding the oil consumption.

Regarding the transmission, the noise is getting louder. Might try another dealer to see what they say.
What do you expect will happen taking it to the dealership again? You bought a used Subaru with over 100k mikes on it. They aren’t going to hand you a free engine and trans. Bust out the check book or drive it till it goes....
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Old 07-01-2019, 11:08 AM   #3154
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Make: '17 WRX

Mileage: 49k

Time Out Of Use: 10 days and counting

Problem And Likely Cause: Clutch pedal went to the floor while driving and stayed there; Maple Hill Subaru says it's the clutch master cylinder but I haven't been able to get anyone to tell me whether or not the part failed or if it was something the previous owner or myself may have done.

Modifications: Coilovers, previous owner installed

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: The shop did not indicate that the part was defective, so SoA denied the warranty claim. No reason for the part failing has been given to me yet.

Your Story: I bought the vehicle about a month ago with 48k miles on it, decently clean with all the service history at a Subie dealer. Love the car, coming off of an 05 Saabaru. Been babying it trying to get the most mpg's possible, currently seeing 30+mpg dailying it to work. LOVE the car, hate the sound system. Anyway...

I leave work on a Friday, stop at a light, get the car into 1st no problem, second I notice a faint click but dismiss it as I assume it was my foot hitting something. Go into third, definitely a noticeable click. I go to shift into 4th and the pedal sticks to the floor. I pull off into the middle lane, wait two hours for a tow because Friday, and drop the car to Maple Hill at around 5pm. I call back Monday to see if they scheduled the inspection, get told I'll get a call back Tuesday with the info. Get the call Wednesday afternoon, clutch master cylinder failed, won't warranty because over 36k miles, tell them to sit on it til I hear from Subaru of America. I get a call back from Subaru telling me the car is over 36k miles, so sorry, I tell them I thought defective parts were covered. Peter at Subaru of America tells me no, they only cover defective parts within the 36k mile warranty. Doesn't seem right to me, but OK, let's have a supervisor call me so I can make sure. I speak with Virgil(not a pleasant experience), and he eventually informs me that if the part were defective, SoA would cover it, but since the dealer didn't indicate that the part was defective, they wouldn't be doing anything for me. I ask what the dealer said caused the part failure, Virgil informs me that they did not provide any information as to the nature of the failure. I ask him to inquire with the dealer as to why the part failed, he says he'll ask them to reach out to me. I am still waiting to hear back from Maple Hill at this time, and I expect that I'll be paying for this out of pocket.
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