Question about Subaru Legacy
On a battery there is a plus + and minus - plus is generally red and minus or negative is generally black. if you have hooked them up you will likely blow the main fuse. you mention it will not start... does it even turn over ? also autozone will scan the codes for free to let you know why those lights are on.
next and use a great deal of caution. when the motor is running you remove the positive cable. if the car keeps running... it's the battery... if it dies it's the alternator that has failed. do that outside with lots of ventilation and try not to create a spark. after you have unhooked the cable.. shut off the car and reconnect the cable.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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