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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: wind noise from front window
Sounds like possibly either the door frame or the window is not sealing fully.
Visually check the door seal, and window seals.
Check door sealing by putting a strip of paper in gap and closing door.
Slide out strip, if no resistance found then there is a gap, which can give you noise.
To cure this put your knee behind the door as you close it, and pull in on the top of the door frame, then recheck with the paper till it grips.
Good Luck !
Posted on Jan 13, 2009
On mine, I got under there and there are rocks rattling in the heat shield. There are factory made holes in it, and the rocks sit in there like eggs in a carton and rattle when the engine hits a certain vibration frequency which is basically when it is at a stop light or idling. The repair shop wanted to charge to cut them off but I think I am going to drill bigger holes so the rocks fall out, as they are pretty tiny.
Posted on May 16, 2009
does the sunshade open and close properly,you should only be able to move this when the sunroof is closed it should move freely back and forth,if it doesn't this part is causing the noise, its off its track
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
undo the negative battery terminal for around 10 to 15 minutes and then put it back on and the light should be out. it resets the computer
Posted on Mar 12, 2010
Are there any other possible problems, or you are just not receiving spark at all now?
The coilpack could be dead and just need replaced. If you have a voltmeter or a test light, check the wiring on both sides of the coilpack harness to make sure it is receiving power.
I don't believe Subaru used ignitors past '99, but if they did, your should be located on the firewall behind the throttle body. Make sure it's plugged in and receiving power.
Coil packs do go bad from time to time. I had to replace mine in my
'98 Impreza a while back.
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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