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Outback wagon no power going up hills.

1999, 100,000 miles the check engine light comes on replace knock sensor.

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  • nancy kern Mar 12, 2009

    did replace the censor still it wont climb hill and light is still on.

  • Anonymous May 11, 2010

    What's the question? Are you talking about a P0325 by chance? A friend with a 99 Subaru had that code, it just needed a new knock sensor.

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What's the check engine light code? You need to get the code(s) read using a code reader and then we can help. A place like AutoZone will read the code for free and then you can look it up at http://www.obd-codes.com/trouble_codes/

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