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Re: subaru wrx 1997 tachcometer
You should already have a wire shunt in the main harness for the tach. all you need is the sending unit and the gauge. the sending unit goes in a port on top of the transmission next to the engin bloc. the dealer ship will have the schematic for your specific vehicle and the right sending unit............please rate this
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can anyone help me, my 1993 impreza wrx wont start, 2 days ago i went to ...ClubWRX Forum - Subaru Impreza WRX and STi Community and ...
most dealers have the remote immobiliser on record. You will need to provide vin number, model,year proof of ownership,registration and other paper work and in some instances a lot of money as replacement of the key costs
check with subaru they may just be related to batch nos,not diffrent part nos,but be careful,and see if they look exactly the same you have to be sure or they wont work when needed,subaru should be able to help even over the phone,or drop in
hi that sounds like the idle control sensor or tps throttle position sensor, if the i.c.s is stuffed you wont be able to boost and ur revs will be all over the show going up andown when car isnt moving hope this helps5
no it does not, the wrx has its throw out bearing attached to a shaft that needs to be removed before you seperate the trans from the engine. you will see a access plug on the drivers side just below the starter,remove the plug with a 10mm hex to gain access the shaft,install a 6 mm by 1.0 bolt into the threaed portion of the shaft and slide it out,the throw out bearing is attached to the pressure plate with a large cir clip, make sure the throw out and shaft are reinstalled on the trans before it is installed,when it is, push fork while standing in front of the car to attach the the throw out bearing to the pressure plate, good luck!