hi.. you should start by looking under your hood and locate somthing that looks like a big black compartment. then observe how that copmartment is closed, (clamped or loacked or bolted). then just open that and change the air filter. its very simple.
I have a 1995 legacy and I just changed my transmission filter. I also have the 2.2 engine. The filter is located under the car and inside the box that the plug for the transmission fluid is located. It has exactly 20 screws to take the bottom of the box off to get to the filter. Be sure to drain the transmission fluid before you take the screws off.
yes it does. It is a little hard to take out. If you have had this car for sometime and the cabin filter has not been changed it is probably very clogged up. If you are reasonably handy I would recommend going to your local Subaru parts dealer and buying a new filter. It comes with instructions on how to replace it
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