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If it is a gasoline Case...for sure! I have no idea what you spent the $$$ for but if it was for a tune up you got screwed. Check the distributor, rotor, plugs and timing. If it is a diesel it definitely is timing.
Posted on Jan 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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The engine has a compression problem.
Check if the engine is consuming water or coolant liquid.
If coolant liquid level is slowly going down as you drive then you have an head gasket problem, and that is the reason for loosing compression.
If not you will have to check caburetor settings or electronic fueling depending on the engine.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
You could have any of these problems:
1) vacuum leak- broken air hose or disconnected air hose.
2) water in the gasoline- add a water remover to you gas tank.
3) bad or disconnected spark plug wire(s).
If this were my Forester, I'd take it to a mechanic who has a electronic engine tester..
Posted on May 07, 2009
On alot of cars you must erase the code after repairs,the code is pending in the memory and can still run bad till cleared.try clearing the code
Posted on Mar 06, 2010
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