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My 1993 Subaru legacy sedan lost all power to the engine and just died going down the road and it's not my fuel pump any suggestions?

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Does it start?, if not could be timing belt.

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SOURCE: where is it located on 1993.... the fuel pump

in the gas tank:-)

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Usually the main reason for a Subaru to over heat is a blown head gasket. If it is pushing fluid out through the overflow bottle. I would suspect a blown head gasket.

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dont just replace parts-know for sure--cud be fuel pressure regulator or bad injector pulse--throttle area may need cleanin--ignition system test for hidden wear--secure a repair book

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dont just replace parts-know for sure--cud be fuel pressure regulator or bad injector pulse--throttle area may need cleanin--ignition system test for hidden wear--secure a repair book

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