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Hot to manually reset ecu for Subaru legacy B4 twin turbo 2001

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A power steering dosent need bleeding. If you replaced it a week ago and was fine until now then it's not an air problem. Power steering fluid is pumped through the system even when the steering is not being used. Definatly not an airlock problem. Cheer's

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Posted on Nov 15, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 1999 Subaru Legacy B4 twin turbo and the

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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SOURCE: fault code 45- how do i repair it?

hi i had that fault i found it was a small box the size of a fifty pence on the osf with a small air pipe coming from the bottom of it try a run the car then take the pipe of if its working you will see the change in the engine

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Thru the holes in the center of the valve covers. It is a flat opposed engine so the valve covers are on the sides of the engine. Like pointing toward the front tires.

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