Question about Subaru Legacy
Hi you first need to remove the top mounted intercooler by removing the bracket bolts that hold it up then you need to undo the main hoseclamps connecting it to the intake manifold and the turbos on each side, once this is done just wriggle it around and it will slide off with all the small vac hoses still attached so just move it to the side. This will enable you to get into the starter motor area but its still kind of tight as you have heater hoses etc near by. Next remove the wires and cables from the starter and last of all the bottom nut or bolt and the top one that hold it on. Best way is to undo battery that way if you accidently touch power wires you wont blow fuses etc, just follow these in reverse order to re install. The hardest part is always getting top mount back on but get it in right place and it will just slide back in
Posted on May 20, 2011
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