There are several good discussion forums sites that are likely to have portions of the Legacy wiring diagrams posted or which can provide answers to specific questions:
* bbs.legacycentral.org (covers 89-94 model years)
Local Subaru dealers are pretty good about letting you take a look at Subaru's wiring diagrams. If you ask nicely, they'll probably even print a few of the pages for you.
The radio harness pin-out for 1992 and earlier models (1994 and earlier in North America) can be found here:
The radio harness pin-out for 1993 and later models (1995 and later in North America) can be found here:
I would like to know how to fix my 1995 subaru legacy wagon 5 speed manua transmission, or if anyone knows or have the electrical wiring and electrical diagram for 1995 subaru legacy 5 speed manua transmission ? Thanks
In my '03 wagon, the diagram is underneath the fusebox cover next to the battery
I've been looking for the same thing on a 94 subaru legacy wagon. There is a rear lens for your 95 subaru legacy wagon selling on eBay right now...
what is the cost to fix an overheating Subaru Legacy Wagon. Is it the thermostat? How much are they to replace?
if you buy a hayns book it has all the wireing diograms for the whole car. it helped me with the stero wires cause i couldn't find a harness to put in an aftermarket stero.
The differential between the axles controls the AWD on a 1996 2.2 Subaru Legacy Wagon.
Every car has many grounding points and a text description here would be useless. You can obtain a Subaru Legacy service manual from eBay sellers for less than $10. The manual will include complete wiring diagrams that identify grounding points.
It is important to maintain the proper fluid levels in a car. The 1998 Subaru Legacy wagon holds 4 1/2 quarts of oil.
It is important to have diagrams on hand of a cars parts. A free wiring diagram of this car can be found in the cars maintenance manual, or at an auto shop as a print off.
The Subaru Legacy Outback is a wagon-crossover vehicle manufactured by Subaru. One can find more information by visiting a local Subaru dealer. The Subaru website offers detailed descriptions, and vehicle specifications on the Legacy Outback as well.
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 . . .
If you asked me where would I get a wiring diagram for my Subaru: I would visit my local dealer and they would copy their's for me. But I can understand how folks try not to go there EVER, because the parts are so expensive, I try to source aftermarket too, but I seem to end up there on a regular basis, there being some stuff you just can't get aftermarket. I think maybe a Haynes manual, there are wiring diagrams in them, but I can't really recommend a Haynes manual, as they are so crummy. I would try my specific question here and see if someone answers, there seems to be specific wiring trouble spots, common to all these cars (eg: Legacy 90-94), that if you own/have owned one of these cars you become familiar with.
yeah i can get one, just need year, wagon/sedan, engine size. any wiring diagram in particular.
Sorry, but it won't. Subaru's changed their headlight shape every 3 years or so. They made a change around April 1997, so the one's before that are different from the ones after.
I hope you can help me out Dexter
A wiring diagram for the 1996 Chevrolet Caprice Wagon is found in the maintenance and repair manual books. These are found at an automotive store.
it should be right under the stearing wheel. . . that is where mine is in my 1995 Subaru wagon.
Behind the globe box
the bottom beside the pipes
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.
It is important to keep the right types of fluids in a car, to help it run smoothly. A 1992 Subaru Legacy Wagon DEXRON III for automatic transmission and for manual transmission: GL5 75W90 gear oil.