Question about Subaru Forester
By a cheap OBD2 (95 or newer) scanner (Kragen auto) and retrieve the fault code(s), if it is a 1995 or newer many of the basic codes are common to all cars, reference this code to a repair manual at your local libary or go on line and type in the fault code, many times an explation and common parts that fail to set the code will be posted, remember the code tells what system is at fault, it can be wiring or a hard part like an O2/Cat sensor or the power train control module to name a few.
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