I have a 2002 Subaru Outback Legacy. I bought it in 2004 and the previous owner transferred the manufacturer’s extended warranty to me. I had several things repaired (for free) on the warranty:
(1) 5/2004 @ 49198 miles: The engine sounded like a sewing machine so they “Replaced engine shortblock. Found #3 and #4 cylindrs out of round.”
(2) 10/2005 @ 62791 miles: Struts were leaking. They replaced them.
(3) 5/2007 @ 72657 miles: The check engine light stayed on. They replaced the catalytic converter.
*****7/2007: Extended warranty expires!
12/2007 @ 78315 miles: headgaskets leaking internally. Replaced them and the timing belt to the tune of $1350!
3/2008 purchased an after market extended warranty for 48 months or 60,000 miles. Haven’t used it because haven’t had any major problems or repairs! Car now has 103200 miles…
Can I even get another extended warranty on a car this old with this many miles? If I can, is it worth it?
Can anyone give me some advice! Thank you!