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How to remove primary turbo and replace

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Subaru legacy problems


To answer your question, yes they are liable for any damage as a result. Does your son have a heavy foot? If they are saying you need to pay for the repairs, find a good attorney, and he or she will go after them for attorney fees. I hate to suggest this but I am from the old school where I was taught to. CYA. cover yourself. Usually just the threat of legal action will result in a fair compromise.

Feb 19, 2014 | Cars & Trucks

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Mass oil use and major blue smoke.


a common part over looked when a turbo is bad the drain tube gets plugged and oil cant drain

Oct 07, 2012 | 1996 Subaru Legacy

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1991 Subaru Legacy 2.2L not Turbo "Idle" very


i would check the idle air control solenoid first. simply unplug it then remove the unit and inspect the air passage for any blockage and carbon buildup. Clean it if its dirty then test it out. If the IAC is good then you should look at the throttle position sensor.

Aug 30, 2011 | 1991 Subaru Legacy

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What are the tools needed to remove secondary turbo off a subaru legacy stationwagon 1997 turbo.Thanks


hi you need a flat blade screwdriver to undo the hoseclamps, pliers to remove the clamps, and a 14mm socket or spanner to undo the 4 turbo bolts on the exaust, and 3 on the bottom exaust flange

Mar 03, 2011 | 1997 Subaru Legacy

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How to replace a 1999 subaru forester non-turbo


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Apr 16, 2010 | 1999 Subaru Forester

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97 legacy no boost


The second turbo simply follows the first when the system activates it by bringing it in parallel with the first. The first turbo is only designed for a 1200cc motor so it can not deliver enough compressed air at revs for a bigger motor so they arrange to bring in a second turbo of the same size when the first one runs out of puff.
The first turbo is a semi-mechanical device. The ecm raises the boost level at which it operates but it should be producing some boost regardless.
So concentrate on the first turbo.
Isolate it from the ecm control system
(There is a misleading tip on youtube involving pulling hoses but it is misguided, the comment is ignorant, and I do not recommend it)
Instead, as per the manual, on the first turbo remove the system pressure lines from exhaust and wastegate. Loop a short piece of vacuum hose from the primary turbo output to its own wastegate.
Blank off the system hoses you disconnected. Fit a boost gauge, drive it and observe the boost gauge readings (manifold pressure). If the primary turbo is OK this will make it operate at a lower boost level (5-7psi ?) than the system control (10-17psi) but it will be a purely mechanical operation which will isolate where the fault is.
If there is no boost and the pressure stays zero down then the turbo is not working. Check for the wastegate being stuck or maladjusted. If that is working then you bave a faulty turbo for whatever reason. Maybe there is a loose bolt stuck in it from the engine rebuild?

If the turbo is working OK then it points to an electrical issue with the the boost control solenoid which is inside the wing near the vacuum tank beside the battery compartment. The control voltage from the ecm usually pulses it on/off at a fast rate to give a measured control and it may be stuck. Maybe it is the ecm or maybe the valve. But before you go dig it out, first check the pressure lines such as 10 and 23 are connected or not reversed at their connectors where they go through the wing (just behind the battery)
Good luck

Jan 30, 2010 | 1996 Subaru Legacy

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Subaru impreza 1996 non turbo


REMOVE BELTS FROM FRONT OF ENGINE, REMOVE COVER ON TIMING BELT, REMOVE TIMING BELT AFTER MARKING THE WHEELS WITH THE ARROWS ON THE CAM SHAFT WHEELS. WATER PUMP IS LOCATED AT BOTTOM HOSE HOUSING IT IS A COMPLETE UNIT INCLUDING CASTING. EASY TO FIT REPLACE ALL PART AND MAKE SURE TIMMING BELT IS NOT OUT OF SEQUENCE GOOD LUCK.

Oct 12, 2008 | 1996 Subaru Impreza

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Impreza 2000 turbo uk model


Yes, there IS a known oiling problem:

Subaru TSB 02-103-07
Applicability: All Turbo Equipped Vehicles
Subject: Turbocharger Oil Supply Mesh Screen
http://store.forcedperformance.net/merchant2/graphics/subaru_oil/02-103-07.pdf

"... If clogged or restricted, it will reduce or cut off oil supply to the turbo, resulting in failure. ..."

Your turbo may be toast! ***ouch!***
I have found more info on 2004 - 2007 models, but may or may not be applicable to your 2000 Impreza. I am not familiar with the the UK model differences, but if yours has AVCS use your favorite internet search engine to search for "Subaru AVCS" or "Subaru TSB". Good luck!

Additional comments/info from Forced Performance:
Oil Starvation of Turbos on Subaru Vehicles: Why and How.
http://store.forcedperformance.net/merchant2/merchant.mvc?Screen=Info_SubaruOil

Sep 18, 2008 | 2000 Subaru Impreza

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