You need new cv joint, it could be either left or right because sound reflects. Some time you hear it from the right but it actually came from the left. Best to get mechanic to check it out whether it is a left or right cv joint
The timing belt on a 2003 Forester should be done at around 168k km or 105k miles. The auto-tensioner may also have to be changed as well as the idler rollers. A Subaru dealer will usually ask around $180 for the belt, $200-225 for the tensioner (if it needs to be replaced). You are looking at a good $500+ for the job if they don't run into problems.
You could put it in N out of D an the rpms will lower.
Engine oil capacity for the 2.5 liter is around 5 quarts. A little more when you change the filter, but 5 quarts will do. But then you'll find that out the first time that you change the oil.
Dexron III. It will take around 4 quarts if you drain using the drain plug on the transmission driver's (left) side.
a Subaru costs around 15'000 pounds
It depends on the tire you have on the vehicle
Hmmm, I have gone on a similar search for other vehicle's wiring diagrams and usually end up buying a Haynes manual for around $20 at the auto parts store or a CD version on eBay for a little less. If you plan on keeping your Forester and work on it yourself, buying a manual rather than just a wiring diagram just makes sense. Alternatively, you could ask your local Subaru dealer to photocopy the page(s) that you need from their manual. --Ken
Yes, the Dodge Journey is around 180 pounds heavier than the Subaru Tribeca and has about 250 more cubic feet than than the Subaru.
No, one bus that periodically comes around.
Yes they do ! They periodically shed their entire skin.
On an automatic transmission the dipstick is located in the engine compartment, driver's side, very close to the firewall. The handle is yellow to make it easy to see. You may need to move some wiring and hoses around a little to see it. It is low and close to the transmission. --Ken
It weighs around 1400 kg.
I have a 1999 Forester, but I imagine the 2003 is similar in this regard. You don't actually need to remove the headlamp to replace the bulb. On my car, I unplug the wire from the bulb at the back of the headlamp, remove the large rubber piece around the back of the bulb, unclip the clips that hold the bulb in place, remove and replace. Cheers! Mark This is a good answer and is so just as stated. Thanks Mark! RicT
It depends on the model you are reffering to, most of them around 3,300 lbs.
Subaru was kind enough to place the starter on the top side of the engine. Relatively easy but there are a lot of wires and hoses to work around.
I have a 1996 Subaru Legacy L Wagon and it was about $280 to replace the starter where I live. Starters can cost around $100-$300, plus you'll have to pay for labor.
The Subaru Justy is great for a college student. It's a compact hatchback that is fuel efficient, very reliable and been around since 1984.
Depends on condition. I would say around $100 or so.
There aren't any. If there were in the past, they fell into the sun.
Get the blade directly from a Subaru Dealer. The other brands do not fit . I've tried to adapt them, it will not work. Get the whole wiper blade arm and blade from Subaru only. Very expensive for a wiper blade around $18
My 1997 Subaru Impreza 2000 Turbo wagon had 218bhp standard. I can only assume the 1998 version was the same but they did make a few changes around that time. the standered subaru impreza has 200bhp and the superchared version has upto 300bhp.
Light does not go around the world. It travels in a straight line. For light to go around the world, it would have to periodically redirected using mirrors.