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All the coolant randomly drained out of my Subaru legacy 1993. left me on very low level of coolant. is this bad? what do i do?

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Bad news! Most likely engine head gaskets are leaking. Check your oil if milky looking.

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SOURCE: Cause of noise in front differential of 1997 Subaru Legacy Outback.

there is a plug on the shaft-side of the differential. Using a ratchet remove the plug and with the engine OFF, stick your finger inside the hole and you should get fluid just below the threads of where the plug goes in.

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SOURCE: 1997 subaru legacy 2.5l coolant leaking from

Known head gasket problems on those cars. Suburu dealership have a good product called stop leak. Use that first add a bottle into the radiator run the car to operating temp. Recheck the belly pan for leaks. hope this helps.

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SOURCE: 1993 Subaru Legacy, the parking lights stay on all the time

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SOURCE: replace coolant level sensor

THESE SENSORS ARE A KNOWN PROBLEM REPLACE IT, IT IS HELD IN BY A WIRE RETAINER CLIP, IT IS LOCATED IN THE PLASTIC SIDE TANK OF THE RADIATOR NEAR THE TOP OF THE TANK, ENGINE SIDE. THE PART IS ABOUT $60.00

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tryes to start but will not, acts like it's not getting gas. Put gas in the corbtor' runs for second then quiets. What do I do?

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