Question about 1994 Subaru SVX
Check your codes. Pull panel off by your left foot. Find black connector with notch up. Stick one of the two blue wires in it. (2nd slot from left) Do not start car. Turn to "on" only. Count your CEL pulses. A long pulse means 10. A short pulse means 1. So, "long" "short" short" would mean 12. That would be your error code. Once found it should help you to determine which component has failed.
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