It may be misfiring. Autozone will check it for free if your service engine light is on. Look for oil leakage stains around valve covers. If you have stains your pcv valve may be clogged causing a backup in oil and in turn oil may be leaking onto coil causing a misfire. That is what happened to mine. I thought it was the transmission for months because it feel like a thump when the car would shift in the higher gears.
The oil can be changed like any other car. Meaning jack up the car, remove the oil plug on the oil pan. Let the oil drain out of the engine. Replace the plug, then move to the oil filter. Slowly remove the filter finish draining out the oil in the filter. Filter can hold about a quart of oil. Clean the area before replacing the new filter. Apply i little oil the the o ring on the new filter, the install it. Put in Lincoln recommended oil in it. 5w 20. You can use other brands they will work the same. It will take 6-7 quarts. Mine takes 7 and it is the 3L 6 cyl.
Try tightening or replacing the oil filter it may be loose or the gasket may be defective
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It usually means that the vehicle has sensed a slipping wheel and has cut a little power to stop the slipping.
the location of the transmission filter is inside the transmission and in order to replace the filter you need to drop the transmission and open it. the filter is not in the transmission pan like most older cars and can not be changed by some one that dosent know a little about how to rebuilt a transmission.it might be better to get the transmission flushed.
They changed from mostly black with little white to mostly white with a little black
try tightening the filter a little more. if that fails, you probably need new filter O ring
Check the screws and rubber gasket on your fuel pump.It is often caused by air penetration on your fuel line.
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
Purchase a Purolator filter. It comes with complete instructions. Right side (passenger side) bottom of front window behind fender and fire wall, there is a hidden compartment that houses the filter, its a little tricky to find but its there. I got the dealer ship to show me, and by the way just clean the filter with vacuum or blow it out, filter cost 50-75$, too much!
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this model has a cartridge type filter. its housing is in plain view but it doesnt look like a regular filter. when i first changed one i was a little confused myself. if you go to the Toyota dealer and get a filter, the directions are right in the box. follow them and you'll have no problems.
timing could be off, or youre distribitor cap and rotor needs to be changed out, plugged fuel filter.
The fuel filter is located behind the transfer case up on the inside of the frame rail. It is a impossible to change type of deal. I am considering relocating it the outside of the frame rail. The filter is held on by two clips that remove with little difficultly. The problem is the filter seems to fuse to the metal tube. Mine does not want to move at all. Looks like a bigger hammer will be needed.
Little bit different from the previous versions. The filter is inside of a metal casing. You have to take the casing off. Then use this little plastic gadget to drain the oil from the filter first(comes with new filter) and the you can replace it.
Most European cars use a cartridge type oil filter. It's on the top of the engine, usually near the power steering reservoir. Use the proper oil filter cap wrench to remove the cap and filter assembly. Replace the cartridge and related seals, and install a little more than hand tight. You need to remove the filter before draining the oil pan, or the oil contained in the filter housing will not be changed.
Unlatch little clips on airbox. (4). Lift lid, take out filter. Put new filter in. Put lid down. Latch little clips.
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that is your brakes catching then being pulled just a little bit to the side and losing traction and going back and catching again. so its catching and slipping and catching and slipping really fast
passenger side look for oil filter, just a little left and down is the fuel filter.
It is 3 3/4 quarts of oil. It is a little more if you change the filter. It is recommended you have the oil changed every 15,000 miles or so.
it is the little round dome black filter on top of valve cover. Follow the little black hose from air filter box to dome looking filter.
It depends where the dent is. The safe bet is to get a new filter.
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