The heater core is found on the passenger side, up under the dash. To remove it is quite a mission but do-able. You will need to remove the dashboard including disconnecting a lot of the wiring looms (take digital pictures before you start and during so you can get it all back together again) You will also need to unbolt the steering assembly although it can stay connected. I did mine but it took a few calls to my mate (a Subaru mechanic) to get it all sorted. You obviously can't drive the car once you start so make sure you have alternate transport sorted. One final word of warning - when you are looking at the wiring don't get too excited when you see some disconnected wires when you stick your head under the dash. They are only connected when you want to get fault readings from the motor or to reset the computer. So the photos of what was connected will help a lot. If you think you want to do it then the starting point is the centre console armrest. this gives you access to the other bolts holding on the centre console which you need to remove to get the stereo out and so on and so on. Hope this helps
Take your time and take photos :)
what is the cost to fix an overheating Subaru Legacy Wagon. Is it the thermostat? How much are they to replace?
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...
The differential between the axles controls the AWD on a 1996 2.2 Subaru Legacy Wagon.
It is important to maintain the proper fluid levels in a car. The 1998 Subaru Legacy wagon holds 4 1/2 quarts of oil.
I hope you can help me out Dexter
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.
Behind the globe box
the bottom beside the pipes
it should be right under the stearing wheel. . . that is where mine is in my 1995 Subaru wagon.
it will not fit. way different
In the fuel tank go through the trunk
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
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.
My '95 Subaru Legacy Wagon averages between 23 - 24 mpg in mixed driving. Pure highway, I push 28. HOPE THIS HELPS.
It is 15.9 gallons. Source the owners manual.
on top of the fuel tank
There is no "Govenor" the car is can go 200 km/h Dr Subaru
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.
The most common fault with any blower motors not working is usally the resistor switch which is located in the heater box its self. Richard @ Allander motors