Question about 1998 Subaru Legacy
You need to make sure that there is no air within the cooling system as an air lock could cause this problem,so a proper bleeding is required.If this does not solve your problem then your radiator may be blocked and you may need changing it.Also watch the temp gauge as if it does not exceed half way through then you could disregard this overheating..but as a rule,once it exceeds half then the fan should start automatically else you have a thermostat problem..Hope this helps..
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