Question about 1997 Subaru Outback
Suspected problem air flow meter?
1998 Subaru Outback Limited.
question, in this vehicle...is this likely the problem?...is that the replacement part i should buy?...air flow meter?...I do minor repairs myself...like breaks and such...do you think i can handle replacing this part myself?...ie is it difficult?...any special tools required?...
Any help would be appreciated.
If I am to understand correctly you are referring to the MAF, Mass Air Flow sensor. If so, it is a very simple job without the use of special tools. Disconnect wire connection from sensor. Remove air cleaner assembly From the air intake duct. Remove nut ( 10mm If i remember correctly) and lift from air cleaner. Then just reverse to reassemble. Hope this helps.
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