Question about 1999 Subaru Legacy
The most common cause of this is that the engines valve cover gaskets are leaking, they leak right onto the exhaust manifold, it only takes a tiny bit of oil to make allot of smell, this type of flat engine design (known as a "BOXER" design) is prone to this problem, have the valve covers checked for seeps, sometimes u can just tighten them down a little and stop the leak.THE COLD WEATHER MOST LIKELY HAS NOTHING AT ALL TO DO WITH THIS.
Posted on Feb 04, 2010
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