Question about Subaru Legacy
There could be many things but I would start with the coils or coil packs. Then move in reverse order back to the crank sensor. When it comes to ignition systems there are many ways that it can go wrong so I would try to get it to a good shop or maybe a parts store could pull the trouble codes out of the computer for you. Then come back with the code to find out what it's reffering too.
Posted on Dec 13, 2009
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