Question about 2005 Subaru Legacy
Does anyone have a step by step directions?
Trust me it is quite an excercise and not worth doing yourself. With the proper tools, a hoist and a my mate who is a Guru Subaru Mech it took 4 hours. Without having done it before and without the Hoist ( which is wha I was going to do initially ) I'd say you wouldn't get much change out of 8 - 12 hours.
Posted on Jan 01, 2009
Subaru's are horizontally opposed engines. This means that the cylinder heads are actually pointed out toward the wheels.
If you look out close to where the engine and the inner fender meet, just a little in going back to the center, you will find two on each side on the 2.5 non-turbo. These have plug wires going to them.
On a turbo, the plugs are actually right in the side of the engine, going into the tops of the cylinder heads below the ignition coils which you remove first, to get to them. The same is true with the 3.0 engine.
Posted on May 02, 2009
sensor are located on mono fold pipe either before cat or after cat just unplug the sensor lead and use proper size wrench and remove sensor
Posted on Aug 07, 2009
5 hrs labor (avg 80 per hr) = $400 Parts(including bearing,bushing,disc and cover) $350 ...add tax,shop fees and misc >>$800 total
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
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