Damaged or faulty oxygen sensor or circuit; Plugged or damaged pcv valve; Leaking fuel filter or fuel filter connections; Clogged, damaged, defective or faulty catalytic converter; Plugged, dirty or poorly connected fuel injector; Punctured or damaged fuel tank; faulty fuel pump or fuel pump connections; Damaged or restricted exhaust system components.
It's a pretty common problem with the fuel line clamps. You notice it when you are ideling since the air is not moving past the engine, and you are smelling it at the worst - when you drive it dissipates, but it still occurring. You need to tighten the fuel line clasps - you can see photos of most of the places here:
Another possibility is the seal between the fuel pump and the gas tank. If you lift up the back seat and pull back the padding, you will see the access panels for the fuel tank. Remove the sheet metal panels and look at the assemblies on top of the gas tank. If the seals or lines are leaking the smell will be pretty strong in that area. Replacing the seals and/or the flexible fuel lines should solve the problem.
could be the blower motor, a fuse, or a bad wire.
Subaru 2.5 liter engine has a problem with head gaskets. If you have not had your head gaskets replaced, that is the first thing I would suspect.
Lots of things. You have not given enough information to answer the question. First please describe what you mean by "acceleration problems".
Subaru sucks. why the hell would you want a Subaru, especially the cheapest Subaru cause they all blow.
plugged fuel filter is the cheap and easy fix. the expensive and difficult answer is the catalytic converter is shot. with my luck, it's the cat.
Hurricanes are a weather phenomenon and thus have a cause rooted in weather.
Seasons cause weather.
The Code 45 you get in Subaru is as a result of the sensor which will cause the fuel cut.
The left rear corner of the head was known to leak on those years (mostly 2000-2002). Facory head gaskets were problomatic. Many were warranty.
If an alternator is going bad it can cause a rough idle in a 1993 Subaru Legacy. Cold temperatures in the winter can also cause a rough idle in the Subaru Legacy.
no cirrus does not cause weather. no cirrus does not cause weather.
The primary cause of weather is the sun!
It's not so much that tornadoes cause extreme weather. Tornadoes are themselves a form of extreme weather, but they are more of a product of other weather patterns than a cause.
wind clouds and precipitation is the cause of weather systems on earth
Tornadoes produce very violent winds, but aside from and do not cause other forms of weather. They are more of a product of different types of weather than a cause.
Volcanoes can cause weather by letting out sulfur dioxide (not really a REAL weather but), which is not good for human lungs. It may cause breathing problems. Volcanoes might even cause acid rain.
the major cause of weather is the uneven heating of the Earth's surface from the sun's rays.
in a volcano whatdoes the catastrophe have weather geologic or a human cause
The ROOT cause of ALL weather is unequal heating of the earth's surface.
Extreme weather is a result from climate changes by the rising temperatures. Extreme weather can cause loss of human life or destruction.
Thunderstorms are weather events.