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Subaru legacy fuse 1995

I have a subaru lagacy 250t 1995 and along with problems with the rear solanoid and alternator the car is missing a fwd fuse! does any one know what type of fuse it would take?

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The fuse is only for when you are running a smaller sized spare tire. You have to put one in when you put the spare on to make the car FWD only. Go only far enough to get the tire replaced. Do not drive the car extended distances in FWD.

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Ok obviously they may not have a book as well as i didn't have one i purchased my car from someone who didn't give me the book i have the fuze and i don't put it in unless i want it just in fwd but mine is green and says 15 that is what came with mine
funny i went through same problems with alternator i replaced mine five times in less than four months from o'reilly just keep taking off and taking it back i finally was so upset i just said replace it or i'm taking it back and making you give me money back they kept telling nothing was wrong but yet it wasn't right at the numbers it needed to be.

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If you have the owner's manual of the car you should be able to check that out, and see which fuse it'll take. Should tell you what type, and what amperage(size) the fuse is. If it isn't in the owner's manual, it may be listed on the fuse panel cover(s).

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