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How do you fix water pump on 1993 subaru legacy

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Replace it, also replace the timing belt and oil seals and any pullies while you are there.

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fuse for fuel pump , also air flow metre has it got petrol

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SOURCE: 1993 Subaru Legacy Wagon: Bumpy Brakes

Your '93 Legacy was one of the first cars to provide ABS as standard. If your ABS is activating, you'll feel a fast pulsing feel when braking, is that what you experience? 
If it's more of a brake pedal movement that changes frequency with the cars change of speed, and when moving slowly it feels slower and more pronounced, you likely have a warped rotor. 
An ABS issue should be checked out by a Subaru mechanic. If it's the rotor, then the offending rotor will have to be machined or replaced. If you can identify the rotor that's warped (with the car on stands, rig up a steel ruler so that it touches the rotor, and spin the wheel by hand. If it touches intermittently, then the rotor is warped) you may be able to remove it yourself (buy a workshop manual for instructions) and bring it to a brake shop and have it machined. This is far cheaper than they doing the whole job. 
However, if you're not comfortable with these suggestions, then have a brake shop do it for you. This is an important safety device (obviously) and worth the money to have it done correctly. Early Legacy's are pretty much bullet-proof and last forever, so the investment will be worthwhile.
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SOURCE: What temp is the thermostat meant to open for 1993 Subaru Legacy?

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The Thermostat Opening Temperature for your 1993 Subaru Legacy Wagon F4-2.2L SOHC is 173°F.

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SOURCE: how to replace fuel pump on 96 subaru legacy

the fuel pump is located in the fuel tank, that tank must be pulled to do this. the procedure for removing the tank and pump are very little changed from car to car, here are a good set of general instructions with photos.

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SOURCE: 1993 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.2 liter engine, has and

Usually the main reason for a Subaru to over heat is a blown head gasket. If it is pushing fluid out through the overflow bottle. I would suspect a blown head gasket.

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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Hi - I have a 1993 Subaru Legacy which is leaking water from somewhere. I suspect it to be the water pump. Your advice on how to remove the pump from the motor will be much appreciated. - Thanks. Kevin...

Go to Auto Zone and they well loan you a pressure pump you can attach to the radiator and pump up the pressure you can easily find the leak if it is external

Apr 04, 2011 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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I have a 93 subaru legacy and my water pump is leaking how much will that cost to fix?

Really depends on what else you may want to do at the same time, like the timing belt etc. At least four hours labor at most shops plus the parts.

Feb 17, 2011 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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My Subaru legacy is 1993 and it over heats the temperature gauge gets really hot. So having to fill it up with lots of water.

Its either your thermostat (real cheap fix), radiator, or water pump but thats doubtful. Check your thermostat first, then your radiator. Good Luck!

Sep 28, 2010 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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1993 Subaru Legacy Sedan 2.2 liter engine, has and over heating problem. Replaced thermostat, replaced water pump, and replaced radiator with all new. Still over heating! Any ideas??

Usually the main reason for a Subaru to over heat is a blown head gasket. If it is pushing fluid out through the overflow bottle. I would suspect a blown head gasket.

Nov 30, 2009 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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How much time does chilton say to replace water pump in 1993 subaru legacy awd non turbo?

it takes 2.7 hours
and you add 0.4 hours if a/c interferes
and you add 0.1 hrs if power steering interferes

Nov 19, 2009 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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Where is the water pump on a 1993 subaru legacy?

behind the cambelt covers,pump is driven by the cambelt so it needs to be removed also

Aug 17, 2009 | 1993 Subaru Legacy

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Overheating 93 Subaru Legacy

water pump could be bad again. if the seal is out lets air in around pump propeller and it won't move water and it over heats. its a lot of work but you can fix it your self

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