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How do you remove the ignition cylinder from a 98 Subaru Outback

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Best thing to do is take to a dealer..! Too much of a headache to do on your own

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SOURCE: what oil grade do i need in 2002 subaru outback?

Probably 5w40 synthetic

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SOURCE: Starter or solenoid issue on '98 Subaru Outback Legacy

The starter is separate from the soleniod; It could be a part called the bendix on the starter itself. If you can remove it, take it to a auto parts store- they will check it for free.

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SOURCE: 1996 Subaru Outback Engine Code P0170

P0170 Fuel Trim Malfunction (Bank 1), could be fuel filter, mass air sensor, or low fuel pressure.

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SOURCE: 2001 SUBARU OUTBACK, MARKER LIGHTS STAY ON WITH

The first thing I would check is on top of the steering column is a flip switch. Please flip switch. That is put there so you may have the marker lights on in case of emergency. Hope this helps and have a great day.

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