I would look on Amazon. It is usually the same thing as expensive ones and they have one of the best return policies if something doesn't work
They actually make tools specifically for the car, but most times you can just buy a cheap boot puller at many stores or online.
Depends on where you go and where you live.
Shouldn't have to remove center nut - should be peel off rotors.
should just have to remove caliper and rotor should slide off center hub
Subaru has been building the Legacy Outback since 1995. Many changes in the control systems have occurred over those years. Newer models do not have a separate cruise control system, it is controlled by the ECM. On those models the cruise control is deactivated when the check engine light is on. If...
The spark plug gap, for your 2000 Subaru 2.5 liter engine, is .007.Most spark plugs will be pre-gapped by the spark plug manufacturer.
See your user manual, its great for help with all the basic maintenance, but in some vehicals it can't be disabled
The heater control panel on a 1998 Outback is all one unit with thevents that are above it. To remove the heater control panel, pulloff the fan knob. Then, with a flat screwdriver gently pop out thethin piece of plastic below the heater control. There are screwshere. The heater control and the vent...
Switch on top steering column was flipped . clean car recently?
It's from the movie Pulp Fiction, song is called Bullwinkle II Vince F http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CF-YmD3DA2E
Remove Headlight Housing(2 bolts, 1 screw), rotate plastic cover counterclockwise, remove faulty bulb, install new bulb(Low Beam H1-12V-55W, High Beam HB3 / 9005). Electrify to verify. Re-install plastic cover & Headlight Housing. Warning: Do not touch the glass part of the halogen bulb. You'll live...
Low coolant if it is ? smoking you may have cooked your motor, or the thermatic fans are shorting out get it seen to by a mechanic ASAP
Check to make sure that ALL turn signals are working.
Could be flasher
Pry loose the lens cover and remove the two screws underneath. Then open the sunglass cover and remove two more screws. Disconnect the wiring harness. That's it, at least for the 2001 and similar models.
\nall o2 sensors mount in the exhaust, normally with one mounted in the manifold, or somewhere in the exhaust pipe in front of the catalitic converter. the other one should be mounted either in the catalitic converter itself, or in exhaust pipe just behind it.
Mine is a 5 speed, and I don't know if it's different for an automatic. However, if you're laying under the car, look to the right toward the front of the engine. There's a plastic cover protecting the undercarriage. You'll see an access hole in that cover right below the filter. The filter threads...
This car has a 16.9 gallon gas tank
they are available at most auto parts stores or on eBay
on top of the engine under the air box
on the gear box down the drivers side below the bulkhead
To replace the glass only requires tilting the mirror up and removing a clip that holds the mirror in place. Removing the entire assembly calls for removing the plate on the inside of the car that covers mirror mounting hardware and removing the door panel to get at the wiring. I highly recommend...
they are on exhaust pipe one is upstream of catalytic converter and one after converter ,
EGR is the acronym for exhaust gas recirculation valve. This valvecontrols the pollutant level given off by the vehicle.
Get a "Spark Plug Boot Removal Tool", available at any reputable Auto Parts Store.....
Do yourself a favor. Buy the Haynes Repair Manual for the Subaru Legacy & Forester 2000 thru 2006, the Haynes book number is 89101. Any reputable Auto Parts Store should have that for about 20 bucks. Good hunting...
The oil capacity of a 1996 Subaru 2.2 is 2.5 liters. Changing theoil regularly helps to maintain the cars performance.
See your user manual, its great for help with all the basic maintenance
Usually the same fuse as the stop lights
Use the mother-in-law's vacuum...
Should be a plug at the bottom or rear of radiator
Info is correct as per Subaru Trouble Code Info P0500. What I would do is disconnect the battery negative post, wait 10 minutes and reconnect post. That will reset the car computer (and bug up your preset radio stations). If problem persist, take your car to a service center to do a diagnostic check...
The Subaru Bible says yes. Looking up at the mirror, pry away the base with a flat screwdriver, flip it up & remove, disconnect if heated, re-use clips if not on new mirror, reconnect & reinstall. Have girlfriend check if she's cute. If she's not scratch mirror...
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\nThis is one job that requires skill and the proper tools. Serious damage can be done to the engine if done incorrectly. Leave this to an expert.\n.
\nIf you have lots of time, a service manual and a comfortable place to work you can do it. But to change on on a working...
Subaru recommends SAE 5W-30 Energy Conserving Automotive Grade Oil.....
See your user manual; it's great for help with all the basic maintenance..
On my 2008 Outback 2.5 XT (auto climate control), it's the + and - buttons just to the right of the clock. I'm not sure if this is consistent among all 2008 Outbacks though.
On my OBW, it's in the left rear stowage compartment with the jack...
See the Haynes Repair manual for Legacy & Forester 2000 thru 2006 on page 6-20 section 19.
Steering rack worn?.
Power steering pump going bad?.
Worn steering or suspension components?.
Frozen steering shaft?
See your user manual, its great for help with all the basic maintenance
P1507: Idle Control System Malfunction(Fail Safe). As per Subaru Trouble Code Info.
About every 60,000 miles. For the 1999 and earlier models, the oil pump typically starts to leak around 100,000 miles. The leaking oil contaminates the timing belt and water pump. It is best to have all three items repaired at the same time. Cost is usually $900-1200 and can be done in one day by a...
There is none... But Ask the firemen how they open the hood when the engine is on fire & the car is locked...
For what it cost to replace the radiator and/or repair the engine, I would stick with the stealership original Anti-Freeze coolant. Better be safe than sorry...
Since you didn't tell us the year or the model. 2002 SUBARU IMPREZA 2.0L 4-cyl Engine Code EJ20 Turbo CAPACITIES Engine, without filter..........4.8 quarts  Wix Oil Filter....51365 1. Add extra oil when replacing filter. After refill check oil level. Don't know if this is a Twin...
If the key is stuck in the ignition you will need to get it lookedat by the dealer. One temporary solution is to pop off the cap nextto the shifter console and you should be able to remove the key bysticking a pen in there.
Post a classified add in the local newspaper...
There is only 1 reservoir with 2 pumps used for front & rear and contain about 1 gallon of fluid...
there is no such thing as timing belt bearings...... are you posibly thinking of an idler pulley? or cam bearings?
Haynes Repair Manual says yes, but with all 4 wheels on the ground, not to exceed 20 mph & not over six miles. I would not take any chance, call a flat-bed tow truck...
its always on. find some snow, and floor it. HAVE FUN! :D
As per the Subaru Legacy Service Manual: 5.5 Liters, 5.8 US qt or 4.8 Imp qt...
Remove Headlight Housing assy above faulty Fog Light. Remove the two bolts that holds the Fog Light. From inside & behind the bumper, remove the big plastic nut. Pull out Fog Light assy & disconnect. Remove the three screws that holds the socket. Replace bulb (HB4 / 9006). Make sure it's working....
The bulb is accessed from under the car. Do not attempt to remove anything on the face of the bulb. Here is what I did today: 1. There is an undercarriage cover that is held in place by plastic retainers. To remove the retainer and still be able to reuse it, you'll need to pry up the center of the...
Yes it should, since the are of the 3rd generation Legacy Outback. But don't quote me on this...
Think positive. Ask yourself: Why should I not buy a Subaru with 165K on it?
how much does a subaru cost?
No one knows where the starter relay is, not even subaruthemselves. I called them and they couldn't answer me. How lame isthat
Same problem turned out to be a hair line fracture to the head!
Generally, the engine will sound louder. If you take a rolled uprag (so you don't burn your hand) and hold it tightly over theexhaust pipe while the engine is idling, you will hear a sound likecompressed air leak. How long you can avoid repairing it depends on how much you valueyour life. Leaking...
As any car. For as long as you can afford to maintain it.....
their should be a sticker near the door latch on the drivers side. that sticker will tell you weight capacity, and several other things
The Reservoir is under the *AIR INTAKE DUCT*. See pages 11-7, 11-8 & 11-29 of your "Owner's Manual" for location & servicing.
check your user manual, it should tell you how to do it, if its possible.
Go to: http://opposedforces.com/parts/legacy/us_b12/ Select Body Style, Engine Type, Transmission, etc. Go to Cooling System. Select Water Pump; You should find Thermostat, Gasket & applicable part numbers...
I finally found the answer to my own question. I finally found it after about three or four hours of frustrating dead ends and spam sites. There are several free wiring diagrams on the internet, and most of them are wrong. All the info you need is on this site: http://ae64.com/ Here are the wire...
it should be the impreza wrx sti
in the engine bay. Passenger side. Near the strut tower.
\nAnswer is too involved to answer here. Buy a repair manual for you car. Around $12 at most auto parts stores..
\nBuy the manual. Then go to www.ultimatesubaru.net before starting. It's all covered there, along with just about any other repair to a Loyale.
There are pages and pages of things that can cause a check engine light. You need to have it checked with a scantool. Then the code can be diagnosed and repaired..
Check Engine light comes on due to a wide range of possible problems. The problems can range from sensor issues (MAF, Oxygen Sensors,...
In the main fuse box under the hood. Should say something like H/L Relay on the fuse diagram (inside the lid).
Replacing o2 sensor .
Unplug sensor--- sometimes you can get a wrench on the sensor if not you will have to purchase the special socket.Genuine parts are often high so you can get the sensor at an auto store directions are included with the sensor as how to attach the pigtail and ude the heat...
Owner's manual for my '96 says 3.7 US quarts. I would expect it to be the same. If you don't have an owner's manual and take care of your own car, you really need to get one. They are available on eBay for less than $10. Newer ones are available for download in .pdf format on Subaru's web site free.
\nSounds like a cv shaft that is bad, the joint in particular. If you look under the car, going to both front wheels there will be a shaft going from the transmission to the wheels. At each end of the shaft will be boots, you probably have one that opened up some time ago.
what is the best oil for 2005 outback 2.5
gaps on all plugs should be .039-.043 inches
you turn on the car put the parking break on open the door slam in shut with the lock on(you dont need tpo slam) open it up and on the keypad by the handle type in a password and click your key car finder thing
Where is the bank2 sensor 1 located on a 2001 subaru outback 3.0
It is located in the fuel tank Rear passenger seat at the passengerside. Fuel pump is used to pump the fuel.
remove the one bolt and the bracket will lift up. The side with out a bolt is a hinge. Very easy to replace pads.
If you have a 2.5 liter engine it is located where the lower radiator hose meets the engine.
if you mean the lambda sensor it could either be located just after the turbo or it will be on the up pipe to the turbo its all according which model you have but just unplug it and unscrew it and replace it and then plug it back in.
Intake manifold on the passenger side. Right behind the ps pump. Has two rubber hoses attached / one routes to the throttle body theother routes to the hoses under the intake manifold.
how do you replace the drivers side drive shaft and cv joint?
The check engine light (service engine soon) comes on and stays on when a problem is detected by the self diagnosis system of your vehicle. Generally, the problem is in the emissions or something that is affecting the effectiveness of the emissions, but other causes can trigger the light to come on,...
Best thread I've found on this problem (and I've followed the steps and advice myself) is located at http://www.subaruoutback.org/forums/showthread.php?threadid=8005. This saved me a lot of money in repair costs!
your thermostat may have gone bad and is stuck in the closed position when the car reaches operating temp. check to see if the fans click on, if not carefully squeeze (it will be hot!) the large radiator hose (aka water inlet hose) if it squeezes easily with no resistance the coolant is...
Disconnect motor mounts from block, drain pan, lift by balancer a few inches to clear pan. Front & rear crank seals are tricky. This is not a job for inexperienced.
The id tag is located on the top of the bell housing on the drivers side. It is a white tag and is 10 digits
There are 4 clips at the top of the radiator that you will need to squeeze and pull the grille off as you work the grille off of the clips. .
There's also a clip on each side near the bottom. A link to an instructional video has also been included below.