Question about 1999 Subaru Impreza
Ok, first thing here is to check out the fuel distribution through out the engine. make sure that the fuel pump and filter are in good condition. replace both devices if found to be faulty or clogged.
I would also replace the air filter as well. this is a over looked problem spot in most cases.
once the fuel pump and filter have been changed, i would then inspect all injectors for there operational value. make sure the injection timing is correct and check the wires connected to each injector for worn housings and damaged wires as well.
replace any plugs and wires that appear to be worn or damaged. remove each plug and visibly inspect the head for fouled or oily look. replace any plug that is showing premature signs of ware.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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