Question about 1997 Subaru Legacy
Check engine light has come on and will not go off, has been coming on intermittently for the past couple of weeks. Seemed to go away when i fiddled with some wire connections the other day but hasnt today.
Would it more likely be the air sensor, fuel, turbo or map sensor? Any ideas?
I took my car to the Subaru dealership (repair dept.) and they found that the wires to the sensor were disconnected. For $40 that was alot cheaper fix than having to have my oxygen sensor replaced !
Posted on Dec 15, 2008
Most likely it is ignition related, next time it comes on just take it to an autoparts store and ask them to pull the code they will tell you what it is or give you a code then come and send me a message i will cross refrance what the code is and get back to you on how to fix it. so let me know what you get and if this helped please leave some blue =)
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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