theres a fuse labeled 4wd in main fuse box under the hoodpull that
The main fuse box is behind the battery (driver's side above the wheel well).
The daytime running light (DRL) module on a 2000 Subaru Impreza is located in the engine compartment. It is on the right side as you are facing the windshield near the main fuse box.
The main features for Subaru Impreza WRX are its Symmetrical All Wheel Drive, Impressive Subaru Boxer Engine, 4 Wheel Independent Suspension and many classic car details.
On the back of the fuse box case, there is a description of what each fuse is for and what the amperage is supposed to be. There is a small fuse box above the driver's left foot. There's also a main fuse relay next to the battery.
The fuel pump relay lives in the drivers side foot well, above the fuse box you'll 2 relays 1square one (main relay) and one round one (fuel pump) Good luck
Directly behind the alternator on the main block, facing downwards into the engine
The Main fuse is in the fuse box under the hood on the drivers side. It is a 100 amp fuse.
Fuel pump fuse is located in the main fuse block under the hood.
The main relay box on a 1988 Subaru GL Turbo wagon is under the passenger side of the car, in front of the rear tire. The main fuse box is located on the driver's side, under the dashboard.
Main fuse box is under hood near drivers side. Another fuse box is under hood release.
As per the Subaru Service manual: Mirrors Remote Control: Fuse no. 6 in fuse box (behind coin tray) check label. Mirrors Heaters: Fuse no. 9 in fuse box (behind coin tray) check label. Fuse no. 10 in Main Fuse & Relay Box(in engine Compartment.
OK... did it myself. Thanks wiki.. not! lol I took my main fuse box out, traced the wires to my headlamp, and found a spot of bare wire. I meticulously wrapped the wire in electrical tape and.... no more blown fuses and headlight function.
Look in the fusebox.
There are a few fuse boxes located on a 1993 Geo Prizm. The main fuse boxes are located under the driver side dash on in the engine compartment.
Remove the fuse from the main fuse box.Then the solenoid connect the rear wheels and u will enjoy the AWD drive. Libor
In the main fuse box under the hood. Should say something like H/L Relay on the fuse diagram (inside the lid).
The main fuse box is next to the hood release handle on the driver side.
back in 1995 subaru had alot of problems with the front main seals. i had to have mine replaced it cost me around 300 dollars but after that everything worked tip top
In the main fuse box under the hood behind the battery
Under the hood in the fuse/relay center.
Could be a main engine relay problem.
"Main fuse"? Fuses are located in the under hood fuse box."Main fuse"? Fuses are located in the under hood fuse box.
If its the same as the 2001 subaru forester, there are two fuse panel locations: The main one is located on the lower left hand corner of the driver side dashboard where you will see what looks like a pull open ashtray holder. Pull that open and you will see that it is actually a cover for where the fuses are located.
Install a spare fuse at the PDI (test mode) fuse socket in the main fuse box unde the hood. Next, turn the ignition switch to ON (engine off), and confirm the warning light turns off. Turn the key to OFF and remove the spare fuse.