Question about Subaru Impreza
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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
if the engine temp seems normal on the dash gauge then it may be a clogged heater core.have the sysyem flushed-it worked for me recentlythe other options may be a heater door not closing..some are vacuum activated a flush is a good place to start..good luck
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: tail lights
There is a switch on top of the steering column that switches the parking light facility on and off. Check that this switch is not in the on position . If it is on then your side lights will stay on even if you turn the lights off.
Posted on Mar 20, 2009
The red light on the dash has several blinking patterns, just depending on what you set if for. But no matter what setting (valet mode or armed mode) the key fob should still work for the doors. If the unlock is not working, but the lock is working your problem is in the remote. If you open it up you will find that the rubber peice that makes contact with the board is broken. The remotes will need to be replaced, which is covered under the factory wrty. If the lock and unlock does not work at all then there is a programming issue, the dealer can reprogram the remotes for you. The reprogramming has to be done by the dealer. they have to hook up a lap top and program the remotes. The older models could be done easily.
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
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