Question about Subaru Cars & Trucks
Wiggle the shifter in REV.
while person 2 watches. is the lamps intemittrant?
if yes, replace the (A/T?) PRNLD tranny switch. if both fail and are not dim and the fuse is not burned out.
Posted on Oct 16, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: fuel guage not working
Losen the straps that are holding the fuel tank. (make sure you have something to support the fuel tank up before you losen the straps.)
Lower the fuel tank down just enough so you can reach up on top of the tank now when you get your hand up there try to find the electrical conections and wiggle them around you might have a little bit of corrosion in the conection. To me this sounds like you have a ground Problem for the Sending unit and maybe you can break up the corossion if you wiggle the conections. and make sure that all connections are tight
hope this helps you
Posted on Apr 29, 2009
there is a floor panel under the back seat unscrew that and there is a white plastic looking box inside there is your fuel filter i had the same problem about 6 months ago
Posted on May 11, 2009
WELL IT SOUND LIKE YOUR TRANS IS GOING DOWN YOU NEED TO LOOK AT TRANS FLUID TO SEE IF IT IS CLEAR LOOKING OR IS IT LOOK LIKE METAL MAY BE IN IT DRAIN A LITTLE IN A PAN THE LOOK AT IT IN SOME LIGHT AND SEE IF IT LOOKS LIKE GOLD FLAKES OR SHING METEL IF SO TRANS HAS INTERNAL ISUSES
Posted on Aug 13, 2009
blower motors are regulated by group of resistors that cause the voltage to reduce at different amounts resulting in high to low speeds on the fan. When this fails the motors goes to high speed all the time. These are not expensive or hard to replace. Usually a plug connector and a couple of screws and around $25 will do it. These are located under the dash in the main body of the heater as they rely on air blowing over them to reduce the heat created by the resistance. the side opposite the connector will look like sifferent sizes of wire wound much like a spring to create resistance and slow the blower motor down. Once you have this out you can go to a parts store and ask for a replacement one. good luck
Posted on Apr 24, 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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