Question about 1993 Subaru Loyale
So i just started driving this subi about 3 weeks ago it had been sitting for about 3 years but ran great when i put a new bat in, i just replaced the alt yesterday cleaned connections and the bat still wont stay charged for more than 3-4 hours max starter seems fine it starts no problem with a charge or jump but i do hear a small lock like clicking noise when the car is completely off so i pulled the auto door lock fuse about 20 mins ago, we'll see if that solves it any help in the mean time would be amazing
Its got a drain somewhere can you find the sound?
Posted on Nov 26, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 1989 subaru gl 2wd auto
Yes this can also be realated to heating problem, because if your car is having this problem after a few hours of running then when the temperature is high and you stop, this problem will really arise , so just to make sure its not a heating problem check also or have the radiator clean to amke sure no clog on it then check also the water pump..
Posted on Aug 13, 2008
SOURCE: 97 outback legacy; won't start
not sure if this will help, but I recently changed the engine in my subaru and changed battery + starter also. Would start but then not restart once warmed up. Turns out the engine ground got forgotten, had that hooked back up after banging my head on a wall for a week and it runs like new
Posted on Apr 12, 2009
first the starter solenoid mostly attached on the starter motor , but sometimes it could be inside the starter motor . the clicking sound you hear is that the solenoid dont recieve enough power to close the contacts . that could happen because a dead battery , red batery red cable ( + ) dameged or not tighted enough . this link will help you http://www.samarins.com/glossary/starter.html if this helped you pls vote for me
Posted on May 31, 2009
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