Question about 1999 Subaru Legacy
I would change it anyway. I would scan it again and see if the knock sensor code is stored.
Posted on Jul 10, 2011
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What about the timing belt. If cylinders or timing becomes unbalanced it causes pre ignitions of valves, that causes a engine to be misfireing.also bring on that code.timing belt should be changed at service intervals.no one post their milage all they talk about is knock sensor.rember if code is sent to ecm that means sensor is working.i have a 99 legacy outback i just bought and i have a po325 code i also have a toyato pickup with s3.0 which gave that code constantly until i changed the timing belt a 92,000 miles and there is no. Knock sensor code for know i have neen 20,000 miles.thats what iam going to do to subaru.
Posted on Jul 21, 2012
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