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  • The M8 bolt that secures it is easy to remove, but the sensor is often rusted in, especially on the rear. If so, you will have to remove the rotor and hub. The ABS sensor coils region is about 13mm diameter, the sensor magnet tip is about 6mm. Find a LONG 1/4" shaft socket with outside dimensions a bit less than 13mm. This will fit over the magnet tip. The base of the socket sits on the coil. GENTLY tap the socket, and if you are lucky, the ABS sensor will slide out without destroying itself. Be prepared to replace the expensive sensors if you damage them. Parts suppliers are much cheaper than dealers.

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SOURCE: 98 subaru impreza knock sensor

at the top of the block under the plenum runners.
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SOURCE: 95 subaru impreza ;speedometer quit,engine light stays on

i had this problem with mine if your cable spins wen the car is moving its not the gear box end or the cable its the speed sensor in the speedo its self its very easy to fix you have to strip the speedo out of the case the sensor is only small and on the under side of the speedo the sensor is about 50 mm long and 10 mm wide change that and it should be ok
oh remember to reset your ecu

Posted on Jan 16, 2009

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SOURCE: 1995 subaru impreza wrx sti overboost problem

I bought a 1995wrx turbo japanese import 260bhp standard,which can only run on v-power 99octane fuel,from scooby clinic in chesterfield (scooby race tune expert mechanics).I was the first person in england to test drive on road (it had not long arrived in the uk & had been put on rolling road a few times),whilst test driving,the turbo boosted normal & then started juddering slightly etc etc,i asked scooby lad "what was that" he wasnt sure(office boy!) & assured me that whatever it was theyre top mechanics would sort it out & do a full service,change the belts etc etc, i bought it,luckily with a 30 day warranty included starting from collecting it.I picked it up about a week later,i got as far as 20mile away(nearly home) & it started juddering again,nothing too serious,so i thought we'll see how we day same again,after 3days it were juddering more visciously,getting worse to the point where i nearly hit the windscreen,i thought its got to be a fuel blockage?.it backfired twice & not long after that packed up & would not start again,i foned scooby clinic & towed car back up to chesterfield.they kept saying "i must of put wrong fuel in",they ended up taking engine out cos head gaskets had blown,engine had died,6-7 wks later they told me to come & collect car with no charge,i was told to run it in for 500 miles steadily,& then take it back,they then changed oil,sparplugs & boosted turbo back up(re-connected it),the boss apologised to me & said if he knew it were like that he would never have sold it at all to anyone,he explained that the engine was carboned up(blocked) they did a nearly full engne re-build free of charge.the boss said if he knew it were blocked up they would of gave it a thrashing to clear the engine.

Posted on Mar 25, 2009

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SOURCE: where is the coolant sensor located?

The Coolant Temperature Sensor is located under hood, center, front engine area, below valve cover, mounted next to water outlet Under hood, center, front engine area, below valve cover, mounted next to water outlet.

REMOVAL & INSTALLATION CAUTION Use extreme care if removing a sender from a vehicle which has been driven recently. The coolant could be extremely hot.

  1. Disconnect the negative battery cable.
  2. Access the thermometer on the intake manifold (1.2L engine), radiator (1.6L, 1.8L, 2.7L engines), or coolant pipe (2.2L, 2.5L and 3.3L engines) and unfasten the wire harness attached.
  3. Loosen the draincock at the lower portion of the radiator and drain enough coolant into a suitable container to bring the level below the thermometer.
  4. Loosen and remove the thermometer. Inspect the threads of the manifold, radiator or pipe, and use a thread chaser to restore the threads if damaged.
  5. If reinstalling the original thermometer, remove sealing gasket and replace with a new one.

To install:
  1. Position thermometer, and new sealing gasket into hole in manifold, radiator or coolant pipe, depending on model, and hand-tighten.
  2. Using an appropriate socket, tighten the thermometer to 2-3 ft. lbs. (3-4 Nm).
  3. Connect the wire harness to the thermometer. Tighten the radiator draincock, if not already done.
  4. Connect the negative battery cable.
  5. Fill the cooling system with coolant and bleed.

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Posted on Aug 11, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a 1995 subaru impreza. I cant get the

There is a locking solenoid under the plastic shroud around you shifter. When you put on your brake the solenoid is supposed to pull back to release the shifter.
The buzzing you are hearing is that solenoid trying to pull back. Going to have to replace it.

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An341@hotmailcooling fans come on soon as the engine starts and check engine light is on as well ?

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My 1995 Subaru Impreza sometimes has a problem starting because the choke sticks. How should I fix this?

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Where is the fuel pump located on a 1995 subaru impreza

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If you get the check engine light diagnosed tht will probably show you where the problem is. You probably have a crank sensor code and will probably need to change out the crank sensor.

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Sounds like a sensor is breaking down under heat of engine.
Try the Crank sensor (under the alternator at front of engine with a 2 pin multiplug attached. Or the Cam sensor (more likely) placed behind the oil filler neck and looks the same as the crank sensor. Breakers should sell you these for approx £20 each.
If no joy let me know.

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