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.
As far as I know you can not get a subaru legacy sti from the factory bu you could get an sti engine and put it in a legacy. That is the only way that I know of.
could be something with the steering or with the power steering pump.
check fuel pressure, also a weak ignition coil or fould plugs could cause hard starting
it is ordinarily in the transmission. or, it could be in a can at the parts store.
Yes it will, up to 500kg. Keep an eye on the temp gauge as it could cause overheating on long uphills or under heavier loads.
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.
Not legally. Of course you could stack them like cord wood & get 15 clowns in one. The Legacy comes with seat belts for 5 people.
I would bring it in, because you can never be sure
Im not sure if this is your problem but the fuse to switch from awd to fwd is ground not hot. So if the wire is skinned somewhere and grounding out it could cause that.
Answer Yes, but it could also be that your ground is going bad, or that your starter is going bad.
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could be the blower motor, a fuse, or a bad wire.
If an engine was not assembled properly it could cause a low power complaint.If an engine was not assembled properly it could cause a low power complaint.
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Check the fluid level first, but beyond that, any internal wear which allows hydraulic pressure leaks would cause the problem you describe. It could be a clutch pack, valve body, hydraulic pump or even a partially plugged filter.
I have a 2005 Subaru Legacy GT (Wagon) and haven't been able to find a hitch. Does anyone know how to solve this problem? If I am able to find a hitch, I would then try to get the Outback trailer hitch wiring harness from my Subaru dealer. I would expect the wiring in the two cars to be the same, but I suppose they could be different. I noticed the Legacy wagons don't have the rear 12 volt jack that the Outbacks have. This is something I'd like to add too for one of those electric coolers. That would be nifty I think. Thanks . . .
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.
Mine was caused by a blown head gasket. Could be a defective thermostat or a plugged radiator too. Would need more detail about when it overheats and how you know it is overheating to give a better answer.
The top two general auto tranny reasons that I can think of are low fluid or it is pretty cold outside (and once the car warms up it won't happen anymore). I'm sure various failures in the tranny could cause this, but I'm not sure what they would be.
could be the egr valve is dirty and needs to be cleaned. if there is soot build up, the valve may not close all the way which can cause a rough idle. if it ever stumbles while accelerating, that can be from it not opening when it should. cleaning it can be an easy 30 min job that anyone with basic mechanical skills can do. sometimes.
My 1999 subaru outback legacy is not using oil. That said, a Subaru engine works much the same as every other 4-cycle internal combustion engine. There are a couple of general categories that could cause excessive oil usage and more information is necessary. 1) Define "using oil". What do you mean when you say that? Your oil usage could be within the realm of "normal". 2) You could have worn parts. How many miles on the odometer? 3) Do you ever see blue smoke coming out of the back? 4) Have you checked for leaks? Can you put a piece of clean cardboard under the engine when the car is parked? Determining location of leaks is the first step to repairing them. 5) Is there oil in the coolant recovery bottle or is the coolant clean?
Not good. Head gasket or cracked head. Exaust is getting into the water jacket somewhere. blown head gasket, or cracked head.
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