Could be a main engine relay problem.
The Subaru Impreza does not have a fuel pump inertia switch. If you are having fuel issues it could be the fuel pump relay or fuel pump.
A noisy fuel pump in a 1995 Subaru Impreza could be a sign of oncoming failure. Check the pump for the source of the noise, and it is probably a good idea to replace it.
typically $250 - $300. just paid $260 to do my '02 impreza RS.
it could be one of the sensors crank shaft or cam shaft
Generally speaking, a rebuilt transmission for a 1997 Subaru Impreza will cost between $2,000 and $5,000. It could be more or less, it depends on the parts put in and the worker labor charges.
It depends on what is wrong with it, a minor problem could run as little as 100 dollars while a transmission replacement will run a good 2500-3000 dollars.
I had the same problem in my 1995, i took it to the dealer and they fixed it. I think it was a very simple fix, but it was many years ago.
check your fuses The starter
A plugged transmission filter can cause your transmission to hesitate when you shift into drive. A collapsed vacuum hose can also cause the problem.
try changing the spark plugs you will get loads of highley technical answers on here but its normally the simple solution that works i had the very same problem on my impreza and all it needed was a new set of plugs..
It could be caused by a bad modulater, plug screen or it needs a overhaul
Yes they could drive, they are now 18, and Dylan has a subaru impreza sti, and cole has a Mitsubishi lancer evolution. :)
Yes, along with dozens of other things.
I got one for $35 from a Subaru graveyard, but I've been quoted for up to $200. Napa was the only car parts place that even had a way to get it, and they're the ones who told me it would be $200. Try the Subaru dealer first, or try to find a used Subaru in a junkyard that you could get it from.
If its the engine knockins their is no connection just a quicondense. If the knocking is in the rear could be a cracked rotor or something.
yes theres problem go service it
water pump might have broken. i have this problem now, the radiator is full of antifreeze, but since water pump is not circling it around, the engine keeps overheating. dont wait till your engine stucks, fix the problem as soon, as possible. its cheaper than buying a new engine/car. good luck!
the fan could be obstructed or the fan motor could be going bad. I've seen more than once where rodents have made homes out of fan boxes.
Price would vary widely depending on geographical location and the condition of the car. Depending on area and the condition of the car, price could start as low as $1000.
I'm not completely familiar with the VW transmission, but I had a Subaru Impreza that had this problem one time. The problem was that the safety lock (that keeps you from taking it out of park without applying the brake) was tied into the horn relay on my Impreza. It's probably a similar issue with your VW, although it may be a different relay that has gone bad. In other words, check your relays & fuses, because it's more than likely an electrical issue. Also, in the Subaru, there was a small hole at the front of the shifter (in front of Park, beneath the plastic console) that you could insert a screwdriver into to bypass the relay in order to drive the car until the relay could be repaired. Again, not sure about VW's design, but I hope this information is useful!
It could be that hydraulic lash-adjusters may be clogged up.
From all the information I could gather, it does NOT have a fuse. Just the relay, which is hidden in the dash behind the fuse box. It's the green relay in group of three(White, Brown, Green.)
if you mean the lambda sensor it could either be located just after the turbo or it will be on the up pipe to the turbo its all according which model you have but just unplug it and unscrew it and replace it and then plug it back in.