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Here is a list of Subaru diagnosis codes. If these are not what you are coming up with let me know the numbers you are getting and I will look them up on my genisys scanner to further assist you. 1111 No codes stored 11 Crankshaft
position sensor (Don't confuse with above, usually when the crankshaft
sensor if dodgy the thing won't start anyway) 12 Starter switch faulty 13 Camshaft position sensor 14 Injector no.1 15 Injector no.2 16 Injector no.3 17 Injector No.4 21 Engine temp sensor 22 Knock sensor 23 Mass air flow sensor 24 Idle air control sensor (usually accompanied by running too fast/slow) 31 Throttle position sensor 32 O2 sensor 33 Vehicle speed sensor 35 Emissions canister purge valve 38 Torque control signal (Automatics) 42 Closed throttle position 44 Turbo wastegate regulator malfunction 45 MAP sensor 49 CO adjustment resistor for older cars not fitted with cats 51 Neutral switch (Manual gearbox)
directly below the throttle body on the drivers side of the engine block. Has a white connector attached to a single black wire lead. I had to remove the black plastic piece that connects to the throttle body and the air filter housing, in order to see/get at it. Easy fix once you find it. Haynes manual shows it in a different location, so don't confuse yourself looking at the diagram.