Question about 1991 Subaru Legacy
First you should see what is missing. What I mean is before you start changing parts. Check your basics. Check for fuel pressure, check for spark, check compression. After you determine what is missing then start troubleshooting that prblem, for example if you did nothave proper fuel pressure then, yes, you could have a bad fuel pump or simply a clogged fuel filter. But find out what your missing first then find out your cause of the problem.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
It is mostlikely the timing belt on the drivers side to check you can pull the distributor caP and have someone see if rotor is turning
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