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Posted on Aug 26, 2018
Hello bvkdw...are you talking about a backfire...literally... as in out the intake or an afterfire, from the exhaust? Backfires are rare so i will assume you ment afterfire. Scan for trouble codes, afterfires are from incorrect air/fuel mixtures, the ECM is likely receiving false information, the air intake sensor would cause this. Check for vacuum leaks and the 02 sensor.
Good luck...i hope this will fixya up
Posted on May 18, 2009
YOU CAN GET A REPAIR MANUAL AT MOST AUTO PARTS PLACES LIKE AUTO ZONE - OREILLYS - ADVANCE AUTO AND YOU CAN GO ON LINE ON THE INTERNET.LOOK UP CHILTON REPAIR MANUALS OR HAYNES REPAIR MANUALS.
Posted on Aug 30, 2009
There is a distinct possibilty there is engine damage caused when the belt broke. It is best not to turn the engine at all once this happens. Sometimes you can be lucky and there be no damage. Let's hope that's so in your case. These belts are supposed to be replaced every 100,000km.
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Posted on Apr 19, 2010
We had a 2003 Outback head gaskets replaced under partial warranty just last year. It was still very expensive. It seems as though there were a few questionable Outbacks built that did not fit the criteria for a total free repair. We were one of those. Of course we were wacked with "Your front rotors are worn out", at the same time. Expensive day at the Subie dealer.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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