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Subaru ej20 the fan radiator always on the radiator cool?

Fan radiator always on even though the radiator not really hot to trigger the fan .the temperature indicator normal.p

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SOURCE: Overheat on my 1997 Subaru Legacy GT

Sorry if this might break your heart. I have '98 Outback which is the same 1st generation DOHC 2.5 engine. These are common head gasket problem (I'd say 100% of every engine sooner or later) once you have had your car overheated.

You will not get this comfirmed by just have your mech check the compression on the cylinder because we call it phantom leak (internal leak which can be confirmed with hydrocarbon in coolant). And then you will end up replace every other thing before you could reach the source of problem.

Other signs of this issue are as following: random overheating after freeway or uphills drive, bubbles in coolant overflow tank, oil residue in coolant overflow tank, bubble nioses from the a/c vent.

You're looking at $1000-1500 repair by independent mech as they have to pull engine out to fix the problem. I had mine fixed two weeks ago and now my baby is running like a champ.

google for "Subaru head gasket problem"

Posted on Feb 10, 2009

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SOURCE: my 2002 Subaru wrx blower/fan motor cuts off when

Possible bad ground circuit for the blower motor. Start checking your connections.

Posted on Feb 27, 2009

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SOURCE: subaru 2000 outback cooling fan never stops

Replace the cooling fan sensor.

Posted on Mar 26, 2009

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SOURCE: intercooler removal diagram on subaru 1995 tt ej20 bg5

If your havinf any trouble I suggest you can pick up a repair manual from any part store and if you feel like spending around $26 you can get alldata online for you car for a year I just did it for some wiring diagrams and it helped me out bigtime good luck

Posted on Mar 27, 2009

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SOURCE: I have a DOHC 1998 twin turbo EJ20 subaru BH5 ,

Yes they will bolt in. Make sure you have the sensors matched. You might have to do some playing with the computer to make it all work properly. Good luck and have a great day.

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