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The entire electrical system should be checked. The battery could be in need of replacement as well as the alternator.

2000 Subaru... | 26 views | 1 helpful votes


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Most vehicle makers tend to use the same system.
The seats are mounted on a pair of slide rails. These are held down by 2 bolts on each rail, one at each end, (one front end and one at the rear end). These bolts are usually covered by a small plastic trim cover that either slides off or unclips to reveal the bolt heads.
*** Note * The seats will be heavy so be careful lifting them out.***
It is easiest to unbolt either both rear bolts or both front bolts at the same time as you will probably need to slide the seat for access. I find doing the rear bolts first then the front pair is the easiest method for easier access. There will also be some electrical connectors under the seat for the sensors to be disconnected.
Refitting is just as straight forward.
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Some fixya user told me a website reliable-store it is very good.. I used it to repair my shredder it had some spark issue which wasn't easily fixed. you can go there and try

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Some fixya user told me a website reliable-store it is very good.. I used it to repair my shredder it had some spark issue which wasn't easily fixed. you can go there and try

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There's a website that has all this information about all this and manuals everything totally free there are many actually but I personally like few like.. reliable-store .. let me know if u need help
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There's a website that has all this information about all this and manuals everything totally free there are many actually but I personally like few like.. reliable-store .. let me know if u need help
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2000 Subaru... | 34 views | 0 helpful votes


It is a black plastic unit with a small wire harness going to it. The unit is located on a heater hose close to the heater core near the firewall.

2000 Subaru... | 31 views | 0 helpful votes


Sorry for late response.. like months !
well hope you were able to suvive this situation

an item for water pump replacement is resetting timing belt which also inches a hydraulic tensioner... just double that that happened otherwise the markets which may have appeared lined up are not when under tension and running


if you are going to redo this operation please use new components parts ... google deluxe timing belt replacement and there will be the package list which includes sprockets, tensioner, etc... it is worth to replace as a set. Even if you are going to sell..pay it forward to the next Subie family member.

2002 Subaru... | 46 views | 0 helpful votes


Have you replaced the bulbs? I realize it's unlikely they'd fail @ the same time, but check the Owner's Manual. as they may be connected. I know that the 2005 model had an issue where it would blow/burn-out the headlight bulbs much sooner than it should. Google that issue, too.

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You will need to have a mechanic with a good scanner interface with your car to retrieve and clear the code. Unlike check engine soft faults, the light cannot be cleared unless the active fault code setting condition is repaired. Some are only in the seat and shoulder belt latches and tensioners, but some are more difficult, like the clockspring in the steering column.

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If the light is on , DTC'S - diagnostic trouble code's are stored . These would point to a fix . Your best bet , take your vehicle to a qualified repair shop .

2000 Subaru... | 384 views | 0 helpful votes


Im assuming you have a sunroof? if the pressure blow didnt work there could be a hose between the metal of your roof and the fabric of your roof that fell off or wore out. sunroofs need to drain to somewhere and if they properly cleared the outlet it has to be at the top somewhere. try googleing the sunroof drain

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The brake booster is not connect to the wheels. More likely is that the oe or more of caliper slides are jammed with rust. If one usually the lower one) is jamming, the caliper twists on the rotor and the pads make all sort of rattling or squeaking noise. A worn wheel bearing allows the pads to be pushed away from the rotor: a mushy brake pedal or grinding noises are the common result.

2003 Subaru... | 64 views | 0 helpful votes


After 1996 vehicles with obdii systems require a diagnostics tool to remove trouble codes go to AutoZone and ask clerk to pull codes that will tell you exact problem if any

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