Question about Subaru Legacy
Need to check the wheel sensors to make sure they are working - take a digi meter disconect sensor and check resistance, static - then when you turn the wheel hub. there should be an altering reading or better described as a pulsating reading - if not you may have a fault with that sensor, Generally the faults are with wheel sensors which though expensive are a relatve easy fix. It does take time and somthing else which gets in short measure the right humour. Why put so much junk on a vehicle which is going to give problems down the line?
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
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