If you have a turbocharged car, there are several sources, check the Impreza and Legacy owners groups web sites for ideas. If you have a non-turbo (normally aspirated) engine, there is not much you can do that Subaru has not already done for you. Make sure your air filter is fairly clean, muffler is the stock Subaru part (flows a lot more air than many aftermarket replacement units), and your fuel injectors are fairly clean. You already are blessed with approx 9.2 to 1 compression ratio, 4 valves per cylinder, and free-breathing cylinder heads. Just the stock motor generates a load of power for 2.2 liters, and can be revved to 6,000 RPM mercilessly if all maintenance is correctly done. Check for dragging brakes to improve performance a bit, too. The Legacy engine has a fast flame front combustion chamber, and does not use much ignition advance.
No. You have to get a key cut with the correct value resistor in it. The new lock cylinder comes with a key with no chip.
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take the key to orchard supply.They have a free scanner for this if there is no chip they will make duplicates.
You can bypass chip to set it always on and replace ignition w/o chip. This will save you a lot of headaches.
The immobilizer is the system that prevents your car from being stolen by including a computer chip in the ignition key. The car will start without this chip but will cease running in a few seconds. Your Subaru dealer is the only one I know of that has equipment to reprogram this system. If it was easily reset there wouldn't be much value to it.
No there is no chip in the key however the ignition lock cylinder does enable and disable the theft system.
The cost of doing this would be more time consuming and more expensive than going to a locksmith or a dealer and getting a key with a chip.
if it is a gm with the little resistor chip in it you could try to cleand the chip with alcohol to remove oils from skin and such
The ignition switch should be separate from the ignition key/lock assembly, so I'll say no.
No, a 1991 Chrysler New Yorker does not have chip key.
I think they have a chip to govern them off at 155 not sure tho
If you have a chip in your key the chip may have gone bad or your ignition is not reading it. the car thinks someone is trying to steal it & stops ignition process
Simple - you can't it is an anti theft device.
If it doesn't have the computer chip in it, it is about $3 to get one cut. One with the chip is about $17.
No, not any of the Saturn ION's manufactured by GM have chip keys, regardless of the model year.
No. The Contour did not have chipped keys.
If the key is gray, then yes.
The chip key system can not be bypassed. The engine computer will not allow the vehicle to start with out a good key message from the chip key computer.
Do you have the original ignition key?? Tape the old ignition key to the cowling around the ignition, then put new key in the ignition and see if it will run. The reason for this is there is a transponder chip in the old key that needs to be picked up by the rim module around the ignition barrel. If it works, take keys apart and swap transponder chip . Hope this helps
They aren't. They are attached to an LPC chip.