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It is pretty difficult to just see. The first picture is the general location. You do have to remove the air intake chamber, I believe you will also loosen the wire harness underthat the runns on the intake and finally if you look at the bottom picture where the bolt is with that arrow there is a cover there that you have to remove just to get at that bolt in order to remove the sensor. Hope this helps.....
Posted on Oct 23, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 02 outback 3.0 h6
try you map sensor or your throtle pos sens. your fuel pump is designed to run all the time. it is suppose to run through the fuel rail and back to the tank in a constant cycle.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
if all other functions operate then mirror should be replaced,make sure no highway speedpass devices are located to close to the mirror
Posted on Jul 11, 2009
The cam sensor is mounted in top of the engine on the right side of the engine where the tranny mounts. You have to remove the top cover of the engine to get to it. Remove the electrical connector from the sensor, there is a clip that holds the connector in place. Push down on the back of it and then pull back at the same time. Pull on the connector and not the wires, they are very small and will break. Remove the bolt holding the sensor. To remove the sensor by twisting and pull on it at the same time. Is the engine not running, why are you replacing the cam sensor?
Posted on Sep 03, 2009
In 2005 Subaru moved the fuel filters to the fuel tank for both 4-cyl and 6-cyl cars. What is confusing is the statement in the owner's manual about replacement intervals; the statement actually only applies to 4-cyl cars. Even though the filter is mounted in the tank, this is still a replaceable element on 4-cyl, but not on 6-cyl. The 6-cyl filter element is part of the entire fuel pump assembly (a $300 assembly) and is not sold separately. Therefore the 6-cyl filter is intended to be a "lifetime" part, which really means it gets replaced when the fuel pump fails and the entire pump assembly is replaced.
Posted on Oct 30, 2009
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