Question about Subaru Tribeca
It is not uncommon for us to think a shop had something to do with a car problem. Most of the time they do a really goo job without causing any damage to other parts of your car. For a simple oil change there's nothing in your car near the AC components that can be affected. If your AC is discharged then just pickup a can of R134 refrigerant with the gauge and hose included and charge the AC. It should be simple as the connector will tipically only fit the Low Pressure port of your AC. if it needs refrigerant just add it until you reach the green area of the gauge. If it does not need it then you should have it check as t could be one of many parts that could need replacement.
Posted on Aug 22, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
the most common cause of course is a low system refrigerent charge, this would be due to a leak, the most common cause of leakage is the front shaft seal of the AC compressor
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
SOURCE: 2006 subaru B9 Tribeca Error 66
Hello, I know exactly what your talking about! and why no one else did... The error code is being displayed on your trip/odo LCD screen at the bottom of your right gauge pod if I remember correctly. Only, it\'s not Er 66... it\'s (Er bb) which is a malfunction with your vacuum pump system. I truly hope this is the same concern you are asking about, if so I am happy I could help. If it is a different problem please let me know so I can look into this matter further. I\'ve added an "error chart guide" so you will have proof this time when/if you decide to return to the dealer... Good luck!! and I hope this info helps...(subytech1)...
Posted on Aug 09, 2009
SOURCE: my 2008 uses a ton of oil also
CHECK FOR OIL LEAKS AROUND TIMING COVER.FRONT CRANK SHAFT SEAL COULD BE LEAKING.OIL FILTER NOT ON TIGHT OR ITS SEAL DAMAGE WILL LEAK.REAR MAIN OIL SEAL LEAKING.CHECK UNDERNEATH CAR YOU GOT A LEAK SOMEWHERE.ENGINE TOO YOUNG TO BE BURNING OIL.
Posted on Aug 25, 2009
No, just keep an eye on it to see it does not start staying on longer and longer. The oil pressure sensor my be a little off,and at worse the oil pump is a little weak. Just keep up on the oil changes.3500 miles max.
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
Please have your exaust pipes checked, perhaps a mount is burning. The catalytic converter can make a nasty odor when it is clogged. Check the wear on the serpintine belt.
Posted on Sep 18, 2009
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