The display started disappearing at the beginning of 2009 - I thought it was the unusual low temperature at first. As time went on, the display sometimes worked and sometimes didn't - yesterday it came on and today it was fine. I am reluctant ot spend £250+ having a replacement fitted - I get the feeling there is a bad connection somewhere as the information is still accurate. Any help will be welcome.
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where do I find the reset button for a 2009 Subaru Legacy? The gas gauge and the display for how many miles a gallon I am averaging is blinking constantly and occasionally it shows numbers ranging from 2mpg to 65 mpg.. I am thinking that if I am able to reset the car system then it might fix it. Will this help? I need some advice..
The dipstick has a black plastic handle in the shape of ring of about 1 inch in diameter. It is located on the left side of the engine (looking from front) behind the spark plugs. Best visible from the passenger side fender location (start looking from the left part of the transmission , the black handle clearly stands out on the white metal).
Temperature sensors check to make sure it is warmed up before allowing system to work properly. This keeps the motor from being worked too hard before is has reached temperature. Remember that aluminum has to be at proper temperature and expansion to make all parts work properly.Hope this helps and have a great day.
cool air and overheating point to low coolant level. Do you have a bleeder valve near the thermostat? You may have air trapped in the system. If no air trapped, the radiator may be plugged up not allowing proper circulation of coolant.