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Please give me the subaru vivio 1996 model the gasket head tighting specifications

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SOURCE: please give me gasket head tighting torque for subaru vivio 1994 model

http://olybrake.com/pdf/fel_pro_torque_specs_guide.pdf

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My 1996 subaru legacy outback has started overheating it comes up to temp and stays there for 6-7 miles and then goes up like a rocket. this started when i started using the heat. if I turn off the fan...


i had the same problem with my 1996 subaru legacy grand wagon,which is identical to yours.it had a cracked head,the gasket was fine.not cheap to get done but id get it done now before more serious damage is done.

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I blew a head gasket because it overheated ,why did it overheat in the first place,is there an issue with the head gasket after 70'000 miles,should this be listed as a normal maintenance issue?


No, head gaskets are meant to last as long as the car. Overheat will warp the head and allow the gasket to fail. Overheat can be caused by a lot of things. We usually start with the thermostat, but it depends on the exact symptoms.

Please see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r5929960-s_thermostat . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me with model, year and engine info.

I can give you more specific steps if you tell me about what happened when it overheated and if the coolant was low, etc.

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Im replacing the head gasket what is the tourq and sequence for instillation


A torque specification is how tight you must make the bolt by using a torque wrench which measures the tightness you apply to the bolt, ensure you are using new head bolts, a reliable torque wrench, clean the threads of the cylinder head (with tap) where head bolts screw into and when installing bolts ensure they are properly lubricated. And the sequence is the order in which you tighten each bolt.

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Have changed head gasket etc. as thought was that but on start up to flush engine water was pouring straight out sum. nothing looked wrong in head gasket or intake gasket areas.


where is the watter coming out from? did you follow torque sequence / did you have head resurfaced? check block / did you find any thing wrong with the old head gasket? please give more info, so we can give you better assistance , Thank you for using Fixya.

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I am not specifically familiar with the Subaru but from what you state it clearly sounds like a Head Gasket Failure!
Have you noticed any Steam coming out of the Tailpipe? If so, then you obviously have a Head Gasket Failure. This is very common on vehicles with Aluminum Cylinder Heads and Cast Iron Blocks. The difference in expansion causes a Scrubbing Action on the head Gasket(s) and ultimately after many Heat-Cool cycles the gasket fails. Typically a vehicle 6 years of age will have somewhat over 100K Miles and has seen many Heat-Cool cycles.

Check with your Subaru Dealer to see if there have been any recalls for this problem.

I would strongly suggest taking it to an ASE Certified Mechanic to have it properly diagnosed.

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Necesito un subaru vivio del 98 -2008


esta paginas para preguntas de reparation de coches,no es para buscas de coches de venta

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