The knock sensor is located on left side (drivers side) of the throttle body. Disconnect the connector and then remove the holding the sensor in place. You will need a 12mm socket and long extension to reach the sensor. Positioning the new sensor may be the most difficult part due to an inability to each it effectively but it is possible. Make sure to tighten the bolt to no more than 15 ft-lbs of torque or you could ruin it. Once you have completed this, you should be all set but you may need to reset the computer to clear the check engine light.
i found mine it is on the left side in the back of the engine on top of the trans
In a 1991 Subaru Legacy, the speed sensors can be found on the driver's side of the transmission. They are located towards the rear, and there are three of them.
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In a 1998 Subaru Legacy, the knock sensor is located on the top of the engine block and to the left of the engine. More specifically, it is under the left rear intake manifold runner.
top of front of engine, under alternator
Directly below the alternator on the block.
It only involves one bolt and one wire, but its pretty difficult to access as it lives under the throttlebody.
that the knock sensor does
Oxygen sensor on 1990 Subaru Legacy is under car, just behind engine where exhaust manifolds join but before catalytic converter. Wires run up right side of bellhousing and connect into wiring harness.
on top of the fuel tank
It is located on the engine block drivers side.
Its on top of the engine by the fuel injection (remove the air intake first). Need a 10mm socket with a long extention.
It is threaded into the block, under the intake manifold.
just after the snorkel under the bottom left of the piping
Both o2 sensors are located on catalytic converter. Sensor closest to front of car is upstream sensor. Sensor closest to rr of car is downstream sensor.
The 1993 Subaru Legacy 2.2 liter engine ignition timing is the sequence that allows the engine to run smoothly. The ignition timing is synchronized with the crankshaft position sensor.
The wiring map sensor tells the diagnostic program. If the problem arises and where the problem is located. The wiring map sensor is located below the dashboard.
Use a 7/8" O2S wrench, socket, or crow's foot to unscrew the sensor, then put a new one in.
I just purchased new catalytic converters for my 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. There are three ports for oxygen sensors. They appear to be on the top of the converters. I just purchased new catalytic converters for my 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. There are three ports for oxygen sensors. They appear to be on the top of the converters.
http://www.lovehorsepower.com/SubaruDocs/CoolantTempSensor.htmlits a 1995 but same thing
Code 33 means: Vehicle speed sensor (VSS) or circuit
That depends entirely on what happened to it to make it need repairing.
Unsure where you'll find the bugger, get your auto sparky to replace it (its a MAP sensor) as it can cause real headaches if it dies, engine rebuilds and such
It is located to the right of the ignition coil pack, on top of the motor. It is the black sensor, right behind the alternator, bolted into the intake manifold.