Question about 2001 Subaru Forester
Once the engine warms up, then the TG needle goes past H, it can be after 15 minutes or 45 minutes running. Heater air cools from very warm. Sometimes it is running normal, you stop at an intersection and the needle begins to inch to H. After take off, it may go back to normal or not. Once is on H, it is unlikely to come down. I have notice that by stepping on the gas on neutral, heater air warm up for a few seconds and then cools down. I open the hood and you can "feel" the engine is very hot, and the water/antifreeze reservoir is full. Can not see any leaking.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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