Question about 2006 Subaru Impreza
You may also have low fuel pressure or a restricted exhaust (IE- plugged catalytic converter). Obtain a fuel pressure gauge and check pressure, Autozone may have a fuel pressure gauge among their loaner tools (these tools they loan you for a refundable deposit).
If you have a restricted exhaust there are several ways to check. One is to drive the car at night and go up a long hill. Get out and look at the exhaust (especially at the beginning of the converter) to see if it is glowing from excess temperature. If you have a vacuum gauge there is also another test you can do- let me know if you happen to have one. Some people will drop the exhaust enough to create a leak before the converter (or remove the oxygen sensor-) and test drive. This works fine for troubleshooting purposes but creates the hazard of poisonous gas entering the cabin.If the CAT converter is plugged up, you have to buy a new one. Hope this helps, James Booth. Please Rate THIS!! :)
Posted on May 18, 2011
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