Question about 1996 Subaru Legacy
Ok, there might be just one issue or a couple. Head gasket or cracked head or engine block, usually though if it was this the coolant would be in oil. Please try to answer each of these questions, are you losing coolant? Do you know how to bleed the cooling system? If this is a automatic, check the trans. fluid level, you may have a trans. cooler leak inside the radiator. Did you replace the thermostat, it is at the end of the bottom hose and easy and cheap to do. Make sure you bleed the system if you do this. If you do not know how to bleed it, get back to me and I will walk you through it. And by the way if the trans fluid is cloudy looking, then there may be water in it from the radiator. Ok, get back to me when you can, thanks, Andy
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
Testimonial: "Thanks for the info...I had the Head gaskets replaced and all seems well for the moment. "
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