Well, you may be waiting a while... https://www.automobilemag.com/news/subaru-crosstrek-turbocharged-engine/Engine swap on a new (or very recent) car without a garage just seems impractical. Plus we already have a Jeep and it's nicer.
Bah, the Ichthyostega had all terrain 4x4 over 250 million years before Willys. When will car designers make sometime original!
From what I can find of the construction it was still a body on frame, therefore not a cross over. Also this is a car using a truck/SUV platform as opposed to a cross over being an SUV like thing using a car platform. So it gets a double disqualification.
You are forgetting that at the time the supermajority of cars were also body on frame. The VJ was also built on a bespoke-for-it frame not shared with a truck and intended to underlay sedans, wagons, etc. So, nope, not disqualified.From what I can find of the construction it was still a body on frame, therefore not a cross over. Also this is a car using a truck/SUV platform as opposed to a cross over being an SUV like thing using a car platform. So it gets a double disqualification.
Could be a steering position sensor. There's a reset procedure on thenewx.org.This week has not been kind to the poor Xterra, earlier in the week I noticed a nail in the tire (though it wasn't losing air still had it patched). Then ABS/brake/VDC/Slip lights all turned on, so I took it to the shop my mechanic said that the code was inconclusive (could be the ABS module, could be the actuator) and since the light goes away on every restart wait for it to always be on and then he should have a better idea. But while checking over the car turns out I need tie rods and an axle seal. Today wife person managed to crash the damn thing into the gate coming out of the parking lot, so that's a new bumper cover and some body work on the front fender...