Question about 2002 Subaru Outback
I need to replace the middle four slats on my 2002 legacy outback wagon.
Can you tell me how they are attached and approximately how much it would cost for the labor to replace them if I can't do it myself?
The car is from so. Cal. and the sun has destroyed the rubber coating and gaskets so they are now loose and leak.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
heavier oil if you are not in a cold climate. but before you do that have the oil pressure checked. We used to use a can of STP every once in a while on a motor in a dodge we had... nothing wrong with it... was just noisy.
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
On the drivers side where the motor and transmission join on the top, you should see the starter. Your main hot or red battery cable should lead right to it. It has 2 bolts holding it. 1 is the bolt to hold starter and trans together, the other just holds the starter. Hope this helps and have a great day.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
steering column bearing sounds like a worn out steering column... jack the front wheels off the ground both sides relieve load on steering wheel to see if it lessens the amount of feel and noise, if it does it shoud be the column bearing, replace bearings or complete column,,, also try with the wheels off the ground and safely supported to manualy steer the wheels by hand and see if you feel in roughness or hear any noises,should some minor resistance but be smooth in it movement if everything suspension and steering component wise is in good working condition... please rate my help.. thanks...
Posted on Aug 05, 2009
SOURCE: headlight low beam
Test to see if you have voltage at the bulb connector in low beam position. I'd almost bet that if there is no voltage there for the low beams that you have a bad high/low switch.
Posted on Oct 03, 2009
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