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Where is the fan thermostat on Subaru forester

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SOURCE: 2003 subaru forester

What kind of sound? If it squeals then the fan belt needs tightening or replacing.
If the sound is the engine increasing in speed when the compressor engages then that's normal.

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SOURCE: subaru forester heater

take back to the dealer,hopefully the will find that the blend door cable is off or not adjusted properly

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SOURCE: subaru forester 2001 has a slow acceleration.

how many mile is on the car it could have a bad muffler or possibly need a tune up

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SOURCE: Subaru forester PO 171 code

Your fuel system is too lean. It's typically the primary O2 sensor (on the pipe between the engine and the catalytic converter). The mass airflow sensor is also possible but the O2 sensor is a wear item requiring periodic replacement and is more likely.

Posted on Jul 14, 2010

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SOURCE: Subaru Forester 1999 GLS spark plug gap?

do the plugs yerself, on a turbo model they are awkward but worth saving your money. you need to take out the air box to do that side (off side in uk) get your plug socket 16mm, and fit it in to the plug (after you take off the leads!) then depending on length of your socket you may need an extention, i use the short swivel adaptor thingy!.. and slowly undo, ... gap to 0.7 - 0.8 on a turbo, 0.6 if your running high boost on a modded model, .............the other side (near side in uk) you got to take out the battery and the washer bottle, be careful with the pipework under the bottle and connections. .... there is not alot of room to change plugs on a 16valve subaru....so have a swear box and plasters ready lol....DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN!!!!!.... BECOMES A PROBLEM TO GET A BROKEN PLUG OUT ON THESE!...
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Posted on Feb 29, 2012

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