what is the cost to fix an overheating Subaru Legacy Wagon. Is it the thermostat? How much are they to replace?
It is located by the bottom radiator hose instead of being on the top it is at the bottom
Its under the engine, on the drivers side. Two bollts, you cant miss it.
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.
on top of the fuel tank
buy a haynes repair manual at auto zone or a similar store it will tell you where eveything in your car is and how to fix it.
its in the fuel tank if it a wagon you get at it on the drivers side in the boot by the spacesaver
It is located inside the fuel tank, under the carpet, behind the rear seats.
It is important to maintain the proper fluid levels in a car. The 1998 Subaru Legacy wagon holds 4 1/2 quarts of oil.
Left side bank down under left lower side front with a heater hose (steel pipe) going in at a 90* turn just above housing flange.
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.
if you have a 2.5 the thermostat is located underneat the engine follow your lower radiator hose to it theres going to be 2 bolts i believe it is to romove the housing as soon as you have removed the housin the thermostat is right there
Behind the globe box
the bottom beside the pipes
At the lower end of the top radiator hose within the water outlet. I hope this helps you. Mark
it should be right under the stearing wheel. . . that is where mine is in my 1995 Subaru wagon.
Follow the lower rad hose from the rad to the engine, the thermostat is located under the thermostat housing on the engine end (2X10mm head bolts). Notes: 1) if these bolts have not moved in a while it is likely best to spray them with oil for a bit, they are steel bolts in an alumnium housing located in an area almost impossable to get a drill to, so be careful. 2) using an aftermarket thermostat can give "mixed" results, the best choice is a Subaru OEM thermostat and gasket. 3) use a bit of grease on the bolts when replacing them for "next time".
it will not fit. way different