I have a 1994 impreza Turbo uk spec. When i put the power on usually in 4th or 5th gear it will occasionally cut out. But will start again if i keep on the acceleration, it will do this about 4 times. Then it will work fine.
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Check the engines compression. This has been known to happen on real tierd engines that have poor compression, with it comes lack of power from the combustion cycles. If the rpm is raising quickly, and speed isn't, your clutch could be slipping.
This information is from my genuine service manual. I hope it is of help. Non-turbo Turbo Sedan Wagon Type 5-forward speeds with synchromesh and 1-reverse Transmission gear ratio 1st 3.454 3.454 2nd 2.062 1.947 3rd 1.448 1.366 4th 1.088 0.972 5th 0.780 0.738 Reverse 3.333 Front reduction gear Final Type of gear Hypoid Gear ratio 4.111 3.900 Rear reduction gear Transfer Type of gear Helical Gear ratio 1.000 1.100 Final Type of gear Hypoid Gear ratio 4.111 3.900 3.545 Front differential Type and number of gear Straight bevel gear (Bevel pinion: 2, Bevel gear: 2) Center differential Type and number of gear Straight bevel gear (Bevel pinion: 2, Bevel gear: 2 and viscous coupling) Transmission gear oil GL-5 Transmission gear oil capacity 3.5 2 (3.7 US qt, 3.1 Imp qt)
Sound like you are looseing some boost from your turbo,check all your hoses from your turbo,if all of them are ok you may have a waste gate sticking, you need to check for movement there it only move very little but has alot to do with hp.Thanks And I hope this helps you
One of the thin vacuum pipes must be torn and the minute you go into higher/full boost the ECU doesn't get the requested pressure from the turbo and to protect the tubo from overboosting it puts the car into limp mode, The limp mode only resets when you switch the car off and back on again.
Trace all the thin 6mm vacuum pipes and you will find your leak.