goto subaru dealership and have it adjusted by experts.
how to adjust idle on 2001 legacy
its fuel injected, no carb on that bad boy
The valves use hydraulic lifters and need no adjustment. If you feel there is a problem you need to look farther.
you need to adjust the valves
You cannot adjust the idle in a Legacy GT, it is fuel injected and computer controlled. It should adjust automatically. If your idle is very high, or erratic, check for vacuum leaks and check the IAC (Idle Air Control valve) Sometimes the IAC just needs cleaned out with some carb cleaner, and it will be fine. Do some Googling for more info.
If you have a carburetor on a 98 subaru, I'd like to see it.
have your valves adjusted adjust your valves
whenever you can hear the motor ticking or clicking
probably need to adjust your valves
no, they are supposed to be self adjusting.
I remember on mine, I had to hold down the display button at the same time as i pushed the up or down arrown buttons to adjust the time accordingly. hope this helps. WIZARD yum.
On my Subaru Forester the instrument panel lamps are dimmed by turning a ring on the turn signal stalk.
It probably has a hydraulic clutch so you will have to bleed the air out of it.
Do you have the proper equipment, procedures and know-how to do the job. Personally, I don't like to fool around with items that fall under federal and/or state regulations so I would take my car to the dealer or a properly equipped shop.....
i have two cables on my 2001 0utback i had to replace the engine now dont know to adjust the two cables need help.
look under the dash at the top of your clutch pedal ;)
There will either be a couple of knobs, (one for left/right and one for n/s) which can be manually twisted, or you may need a screwdriver. Same rules apply, just have the cars beam mapped (masking tape?) on the garage door or a wall before you start.
That is something that would never need ajusted unless they start ticking are have been fooled with.
right behind the intake manifold, there is a cable that runs into the firewall that is attached to a bracket and arm. there is 2 nuts on the end of a cable. loosen the top nut to access the bottom nut. the looser the nut, the closer off the floor the pedal will release. the tighter you adjust the cable, the clutch will release farther up with the clutch pedal. i adjust it fairly loose so i know the clutch is fully release when the pedal is fully extended. good luck.
No bands, all clutches. There is nothing to adjust.
you cant there is an electronic throttle position sensor that controls idle may be bad
If it has a hydraulic clutch, I believe they can not be adjusted. When the pedal travel is no longer acceptable the clutch disc must be replaced.
No! Something is worn. Have it checked out.