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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: changed engine but a non start
Valve Timing sounds off to me (belt driven to valves) You are assuming the timing marks on the heads AND your engine drive pulley are OK, right? Heads could be 180deg out which is easy to fix by taking off the belt at the heads and manually rotating the pulley once and retesting.
Pull a plugwire, shove a rope of twisted tinfoil into it and see if it sparks to block. If you get fire, then my very strong guess is that the spark and Gas/Air compression cycle aren't happening at the same time and the valves are 180deg out.
Posted on Apr 08, 2009
What kind of wiring diagram are you looking for? If you go to autozone.com and register for free, you will get full free online repair manual with all the info you could want for this car. Google images also carry many wiring diagrams for your vehicle.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
O2 sensor. 99% of the time it's these. First, however, go to a parts dealer and ask to have the codes reset. Drive it for about 2-3 days. If it comes back on, give it another day, and if still on, have codes reset and replace O2 Sensor(s).
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Posted on May 21, 2010
SOURCE: I have subaru b4 legacy
hi i would invest in an electronic boost controller, they remove the dead spot in the revs before the big turbo winds in, they are worth a few hundred dollars but are well worth the money. You also have the option of turning up the boost safely a few psi with these but you will love the difference without the dead spot it will seem like a new car to drive. If you do that and want more still i would get a turbo upgrade, ecu upgrade, fuel pump upgrade etc do all that you can before going with the expensive motor rebuild
Posted on Apr 16, 2011
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