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you can try out some guide from reliable-store
they also provide live chat feature for instant help and it's very useful
using that I fixed my own excavator 5-6 times without any other help
plus free so whats harm in not getting

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check core evaporator for dirty , expansive valve if cloged

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You have a fuel related problem. It sounds like a faulty fuel filter or a fuel pump or a possible leak in th fuel line.
I hope this helps.

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Subary(2010 Outback) ignition key remote door lock function


My 2010 Subaru Outback (Euro spec) has for a long time been bugged with intermittent functioning of the kemote unloc/lock of the ignition key. I changed the battery several times, mistakenly thinking this was the cause. However, when I disassembled the remote unit of the ignition key, I found that the battery contact for the positive pole had come loose from the printed curcuit Board, given intermittent power to the module.
I turned out that the printed curcuit Board can be extracted by gently prying open the Remote unit holding the battery and the Electronics inside. The battery pole contact can then be soldered back in place as a remedy of the problem. As this had happened to both keys fairly parallely I suspect a production or design flaw. Anyway, soldering it back up saved me a lot of money for potentially replacing both keys/Remotes.
The attached pictures are marked up with repair advise for anyone who wants to give it ago with the soldering iron.
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Electronic unit retrieved from key unit

on Jul 12, 2016 | Subaru Cars & Trucks


You need to have a computer diagnostic done at a shopthat can read transmission and drive axle codes and then you can pin point the exact problem

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You can purchase a harness adapter that will plug into the original radios harness. The other end of the adapter harness has loose wires with tinned ends which you connect to the new radio's harness, which as the same colors as the adapter wires.
  • Metra Model: 70-8901 is one adapter that I believe will work.
  • Scosche item Number: 16845632 is another adapter.
  • If you want to buy locally, Best Buy will probably have one or the other. If you want to buy on line, just do a search for the name and model numbers.

Subaru ForesterReceiver Wiring Harness

04-05 Sg5 Front... | 112 views | 1 helpful votes


HO2S Heater Control Circuit

Read more at http://www.obd-codes.com/p0030

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Bank 1, Sensor 1 Oxygen Sensor Electrical Heater not working.

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It should open with the key even if the cable won't. Does the lever have the same feel to it or does it seem like it isn't connected any more?

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dont you mean tension and what is it on

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open the trunk manually and look at the latch the should be a lock out tab that's probably pushed down. push it up and it will work.

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I HAVE YOU TOP UP transmission FUILED THIS HAPPEND TO ME I TOP UP ALL OK

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YOU HAVE TO PRESS THE HUB ASSEMBLY APART AND REMOVE THE ALLEN BOLTS. I THINK THEY ARE FIVE MM. THEN INSTALL THE NEW ONE AND REPLACE THE WHEEL BEARING AND PRESS IT BACK TOGETHER AND INSTALL BACK ON THE CAR.

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I am not sure if it may bolt up but if the transmission came from a smaller engine I wouldn't advise because it will be a weaker unit. JMHO

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Click here to see how to remove,Autozone will check for free on vehicle or off.Here's the alternator.

Air Conditioning... | 100 views | 0 helpful votes


easiest way to find out is call the part store and have then cross reference part #s. you just need to know the year/engine and if it's 2,4,or awd of both cars. Should be quick and easy

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Electrical resistance increases with temperature, If the problem lies with your ignition system then something is likely to be breaking down under load. I would suggest having the exhaust emissions checked when engine is hot to rule out a fuelling problem.

Ignition System... | 105 views | 0 helpful votes


Not necessarily they could differ check your VIN and cross reference it with Subaru parts dept

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Torque converter has to click twice while turning it to sit in position.

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Get your head gasket tested, with eider compressed air or so called a TK test. Subaru head gaskets can start leaking without having straight away big water losses. And get also your radiator cap checked/ tested .

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