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If 96 subaru legacy wont start sometimes but will turn over?


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2007-08-16 22:42:44
2007-08-16 22:42:44

Check for spark

Check for fuel

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Does it turn over? Does it have fuel? Does it have spark?

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That engine needs fuel, compression and spark to start and run. You are missing one of those.

A bad injector can cause your engine to flood out and not start. The bad injector might be completely open and shooting too much fuel into the system.

You could be low on coolant, a stuck thermostat, engine fan not coming on for starters. If still overheats, I would recommend taking it to a Subaru dealer.

pretty easy, if the pulley has teeth, it goes over the top of it, if no teeth, then it goes under it.

if it's clicking but not turning over, check the starter motor. mine wouldn't start if it got to cold, but the motor kept testing fine. i got one from a junk yard for like $20, swaped it out and haven't had a problem since.

not a whole lot maybe 1500? not a whole lot maybe 1500? Beware the manufacturers limit on the towbar. I wouldn't try for over 750kgs (1600 lbs) unbraked, they start pushing the car around a bit when you go over that. Experience talking

I have a 1995 subaru legacy 2.2L, I recently replaced the water pump, just now finished putting on a new timing belt, and as I was tightening the pulley, I heard an awkward sound, and I knew something slipped. I went inside the car twisted the key and it wouldn't start... It turns over but will not start and run. Need help!

It is used in the Subaru Legacy commercial in which the guy doesn't seem to notice the fact that he is driving over puddles.

There is a Haynes Repair Manual for this car, the book has wiring diagrams and repair and rebuild instructions for Subaru Legacy and Legacy Outback and Brighton from 1990 to 1998. The ISBN for this book is 1563923262 i picked mine up for US$15 several in 2003. The book is still in-print and you can routinely find it on\ for under US$10 shipped. There are people seeling it for over $25 buck online but the book retails at pepboys an advance auto for about US$17(2007/12). Best Of Luck the 2.2L Subaru Boxer is a solid engine.

Any automobile that is overheating could be from a few different causes. o A bad thermostat o An obstruction in the radiator o A bad water pump

Cleopatra's legacy is that Rome took over Egypt.

I have a 1999 Subaru Legacy Outback. The flasher on this vehicle is on the left under the steering column. It is near the small fuse box and slips over a metal clip that is mounted on the left side. I found it by turning the flashers on then listening for it. I could also feel the vibration on the flasher as it clicked. I removed the panel under the steering column to expose the area, that is held in place with a couple of screws.

Have you pressure tested to rule out a blown head gasket? Does the cooling system build up full pressure and start dribbling into the overflow long before the engine is hot? If so, it could be exhaust gas leaking into the cooling system.

Disney land is his legacy his brothers sons took over

Sometimes when a car over heats and it is really warm outside your car will not start due to " vapor lock "

Check; coolant, fan, fan clutch and fan clutch solenoid, blocked or partially blocked lines and coolant gallery.

The only problem is that gasoline will run out of the fuel filler neck and all over the ground, causing a fire hazard. It should not affect operation of the vehicle.

The opposite of legacy (left over, inherited) would be current, present, or new.

There are a couple of reasons why a car will turn over but only start sometimes. There could be a starter issue or a spark plug issue.

the engine will turn over but sometimes wont start. it also sometimes dies while its idling. whats going on

Maybe more information is needed to answer this question. Does anything happen when you turn the key? Does the motor turn over but not fire? Does the motor kick but not run?

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