Question about 1996 Subaru Legacy
Realistically it isnt a job i think a novice (sorry i dont know ya) should try to undertake on his own, although for a subaru mechanic it can be done in less than a day but there are a number of systems employed by subaru making this a reasonably difficult job.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Hi guys, here it is. it sounds drastic but really its easy as.
first go under the car and undo the 4 bolts (2 on each side) of the engine cross member.
then take the air box out and undo the plenum chamber (the really silver part that your air rushes through and has 4 spider legs) and put those to one side.
then undo fuel lines and electronics etc.
then from the back undo the engine--->gearbox bolts.
lift engine out (2 strong guys can do it) and then you have full access to the clutch and flywheel.
its easier then it sounds and dont be put off. just make sure that you unplug all sensors before lifting engine. Hope this helps
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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