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I have a 1997 subaru legacy outback it misfires as it reaches normal running temperature for a short while then runs normally and only misfires now and then also fuel consumption is up it is 2.5 litre non turbo

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Check the spark plug or injector or coil

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Is it normal for my 2012 subaru outback to have a loud popping/clunking sound after I am done driving it (shut the car off)? I Have heard it from my previous car as a cooling thing but this seems loud


run the fault codes as it may be an indication that the cat converter is running at an excessive temperature due to incorrect air/fuel mixture settings from the ECM

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Is a rear diff from a 1997 subaru legacy wagen with a 2.2l inter changeable with a 1997 subaru legacy outback with a 2.5l ?


the only way you can do this is if you can identify the gear ratios from both cars with the transmission codes found on the strut tower plate.
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Can you switch a rear diff from a 1997 subaru legacy wagen with a 2.2l inter changeable with a 1997 subaru legacy outback with a 2.5l ?


the biggest draw back that you will have to check first is the ratio of the diffs you want to change. If they are not the same but will fit then you will destroy the 3rd diff in the transmission from excessive use.

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The heater just quit working. It worked fine yesterday but this morning it does not. The car is running a little hotter trhan normal but not overheating. Any ideas?


I would check to make sure the radiator is full and the overflow tank is filled to the proper level. It doesn't have to be very low for these cars to stop blowing heat.

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Hi..my question to you is why would a 1997 subaru outback legacy overheat if the fans are working?


This can be a leaking cylinder head gasket (common on this Boxer engine).

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Is it normal that my 97 legacy outback revs at 3000 rpm when im at 100kmh??


Hello! Yes it is normal; you have a rev. limiter and it is shutting to protect the engine.


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I have a 1997 Subaru Legacy Outback AWD. The


when you replaced the plugs , was one of them (cylinder 1 ) dirty and fouled ?
I'm thinking that bad rings in cylinder would give you low compression , and eventualy cause the missfire by fouling up the plug.
There is an inexpensive product that will help with the compression by filling up scratches in the cylinder walls. It is called Restore , and it is one of the only products of its type that I have used , and feel actually works.
Unfortunately , if your rings are broken , or badly worn , nothing in a bottle will fix them.

If your car had a distributor cap and rotor , I would change them too.

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Temperature gauge shows hot but the engine is normal operating te


replace temp sensor for the emission system. there are two on the engine.

Dec 26, 2008 | 1997 Subaru Legacy

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1997 Subaru Outback with temperarure problems


check the coolant level - you may have low coolant, causing the sensor to occasionally read an air pocket. If you don't correct this you will burn out your motor.
We had this problem & eventually replaced both the thermostat and radiator cap, being careful to bleed out any air pockets by running the engine form cold with the heater on hot and the radiator cap off - keep watching & topping up the coolant as the enigine heats & the thermostat opens.
Good luck!

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