I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy Wagon, and when I bought it from the girl that had it before me, it had a remote start key fob with it. The battery in the fob was dead, and I replaced it, but the car still won't start with the fob. Maybe there is a battery dead in the part on the car? Or a wire loose?
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Re: Remote Start on '93 Legacy Wagon Quit Working
You will have to do a number of elctrical tests to determine signal is being recieved etc.All the tests can be done with a cheap testlight'/probe.Some of the recievers/activators have internat/external fuses.The first test should be to check that the reciever/activator has a good supply of power.try that first and let me know if you need more assistance
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The most common reason for the failure of tachometer on 93 Subaru Legacy is related to the connection of ground wire. Ensure that the ground wire has not become faulty because of wear or corrosion. In case the wire is not functional, it will need to be replaced without which the tachometer circuit will not be complete.
it probably rewound with a wrinkle or a twist in it. About all you can do is try give it little short jerks and try to get it to release. Short of that, about all you can do is try taking it apart, straightening it out, or replacing it. There could be dirt, debris, a broken spring, etc. that is causing the problem. And, no. No such thing as a lifetime warrantee.
You begin by opening the rear-lid.
Remove the plastic panel.
Turn backward the bulb-holder.
[This will make it come off its housing]
Push-in the bulb, and turn it backward.
[it comes off]
Reverse these steps for installation.
ok , unplugged ox sensor cause engine light is on , then check the air filter and fuel filter for dirty and replace,connect the ox sensor, then disconnect the negative battery terminal few minutes, reconnect and test
Probably a short or loose connection between battery and starter motor, or on either end of cables. Id look there before swapping out starter.On cold days you might put a heater under car for a few hours before using it,do this carefully as to avoid a car fire, or look into a block heater for your engine.