20 Most Recent 2007 Subaru Impreza WRX Sport Wagon - Page 5 Questions & Answers

You will need to get the computer read for the fault code.Locate a garage or dealer that can do this for you.and maybe they could try to erase it also.It will determine the seriousness of it,if it remains on fix needed now,if it stays away plan for the fix cost that will come if it returns.
There are all sorts of sensors to this,seat belt pretensioners,inertia sensors,airbags,charge and deploy sensors etc etc.
I hope this helps and get back to me with your findings.

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Jun 11, 2014

if engine is revving and in drive and does'nt move must be a gearbox /drive train problem,is it a manual gearbox ? if it is then i'd say get the clutch changed as pressure plate failure would cause this type of sypmptom let me know how you get on

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on May 06, 2014

Typically mounted on/near engine just before or just after the thermostat.

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Apr 20, 2014

Contact Subaru. could be a recall on the air bag. don't play games or the air bag will go off.

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Apr 01, 2014

Go get ur cel code read. Autozone will do it for free. More info easier to help.

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Mar 31, 2014

From what I have read the flashing cruse light is to get you to fix the problem. Any cel will throw the cruse light and cruse will not work. Get your abs checked out and cruse will work again when fixed.

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Mar 31, 2014

Because the heater is getting cold, that indicates low coolant. It leaked out and the leak needs fixing, but as soon as the engine cools off, refill the coolant and keep it full. Never add coolant to a hot engine without the engine running. Your electric fan might not be working. The fan moved air through the radiator and air circulated the same way when the car is moving. Check that.

If you can see your water pump, feel around the neck of it for moisture. Any moisture there means the pump leaks and needs replacing. Some cars have the water pump behind the cam belt. You can't get to it without a lot of hard work- get that done by a qualified mechanic if you can't find your leak elsewhere, such as a leaking hose or bad radiator cap.

If your electric fan doesn't work, that might be the whole problem. Usually the fan relay fails before the actual fan. Replacing the relay will solve the problem if that's it. Good luck. China OBD2 car diagnostic tools wholesale on CareUCar

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Mar 26, 2014

More likely it is a fuel problem. but could be a spark problem (timing belt has to do with spark) or least likely it could be the air intake. To check if you have the proper spark (coming due to a good timing belt) pull the number one spark plug and use a gapping tool (it's cheap tool but works good) to check the spark plug. If the spark plug has the correct gap then turn the key to watch if it sparks if it does't spark try a new plug if that doesn't spark you may need a timing belt. To check if it is the timing belt you do not really need to check the gap of the plug but if you already have the plug out and it is not the timing belt this information could be very useful. With more info I could probably narrow it down for you, post back if you like.

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Mar 25, 2014

take it to a parts store and have them check the battery with a load test and check to see if the alt. light is working

Subaru Impreza... | Answered on Mar 13, 2014

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