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Where is the fuse box for the 2005 Subaru Forester?


Hello, the interior fuse box is usually located behind the left side dash. Look to see if your car has a small drop down coin compartment just left of your left knee if your sitting in the drivers seat. If you open the small compartment and pull straight back and up the compartment will pop off of its mounting tabs and the fuse box is inside. The fuse map/legend should be on the back of the compartment you just pulled out. The under hood fuse box is on the drivers side of the car, under the hood just inside of the left front fender. It's almost touching the battery and washer fluid reservoir. I hope this info helps.

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851 obd2


Bring it to dealership, this code is listed in Subaru TSB and should be free to fix it.

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1 TSB Number: 166806 NHTSA Number: 10020531 TSB Date: October 9, 2006 Date Added to File: November 13, 2006 Failing Component:
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