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i have the same prob low and hi dont work changed relay, checked fuses... i have power at the relay (LB)

Subaru Loyale... | Answered on Mar 19, 2018

I know this website that i get manuals from, and they have all models online that solve all simple/technical problems like professionals

I also brought for my 1989 BMW, such old model, they had it and it was very good manual. Go ahead, I bet.

1992 Subaru... | Answered on Mar 14, 2018

Crank angle sensor is usually on the flywheel. You should be able to see wiring and plug coming out of the bell housing. You can check it for continuity, or put a scope on it and look for pulses. I would not think it would be bothered by overheating .

Temp sensor is on the block - probably near the radiator hose. It's threaded into the block. Again, shouldn't have been affected by overheating.


1993 Subaru... | Answered on Feb 12, 2018

There is a clip holding the handle in place. It is just behind the handle and not easy to see.
This video should help, even if the vehicle is different (oh, and it is not a trick or hack as those are overused terms these days):
Window Crank Removal Trick

1991 Subaru... | Answered on Jan 21, 2018

Check the fuse/relay box located on the left side of the dash. You have to open the door first and you should see a small removeable panel. On the back side of the panel is a diagram of which component you are looking for. You can swap out similar relays to test them if you wish. They are not that expensive either.

1992 Subaru... | Answered on Nov 28, 2017

I am not 100% sure but you may have a bad cam or crank sensor.
Now whether this car has those parts or not, you can find out from your local parts distributor or you can go online. Do you have a check engine light on?Good Luck Friend.

1992 Subaru... | Answered on Oct 12, 2017

the next step is to have the fault codes read
indicates a problem idle sensor
running rich is heated oxygen sensor in the exhaust manifold or problem dirty injectors causing a problem in the air /fuel mixture settings

Subaru Loyale... | Answered on Sep 07, 2017

It sounds very much as though your transmission is faulty. The only way is to take it to a transmission repairer who will be able to properly diagnose it for you. Given the age of the car, it may not be economical to repair the transission and you may be better to source a 2nd hand one from a wrecker.

Subaru Loyale... | Answered on Jul 09, 2017

Check fuel pressure on the fuel rail.

1991 Subaru... | Answered on Jul 05, 2017

probably the wire to the compressor was disconnected

1991 Subaru... | Answered on May 23, 2017

Check for bad / cracked / hardened vacuum hoses, especially to the PCV valve (which is pretty cheap to replace). Also, check the EGR valve, to see it is working. There is also the possibility of low fuel pressure or low fuel volume due to a failing fuel pump, fuel pump relay (if equipped), or a clogged or clogging fuel filter. I should have mentioned to check the fuel to see if it might be contaminated with water. Have you checked to see if the coolant (antifreeze) is low, or if the oil looks like a chocolate shake? That can happen if coolant is leaking into the oil via a failing head gasket or cracked water jacket!

1992 Subaru... | Answered on Apr 24, 2017

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