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Where is the subaru Legacy 1991 diagnostic plug?
It will depend on whether yours is an OBD system or not. OBD (On Board Diagnostics), didn't start to become a legal requirement until 1996 but some companies were fitting them earlier than that. First check your steering column for the green style connector on the attached image. If there is none like that, use a torch and get your head into the Driver's side footwell. Your looking for the black style connector, (red circle), on the attached image. It will be at about the height of the driver's knees at the door side. They are sometimes tucked up under the dashboard, out of sight, possibly behind a small flap or cover.
I hope this helps.
on Feb 15, 2019
My 91 Subaru legacy AWD Auto doesn't shift w/o
sadly the early version of the 4 speed is prone to this type of failure. I have owed 4 that had this exact problem. the rear end of the main transmission case wears down at the transfer case and this causes an internal leak. The loss of fluid pressure causes the loss of function. I'm confident that a good transmission shop can fix this by using a case and parts from a newer version of the 4 speed auto
on Jan 28, 2018
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