Are you sure it is a fuse? The power for the windows on these cars is fed through the driver's power window switch, these switches are positioned in such a way that they catch a lot of crap and rain water. Once the driver's switch dies there is no electrical feed to the affected door(s) causing them not to work on their own. The thing to do is pull the driver's door panel and check the power feed there with a test light. Nothing here tells you either fuse, or a break in the wire where it flexes every time the door is opened and closed. Power here tells you faulty switch(s). Switches are really expensive, but you can carefully disassemble them with a small screw driver, noting where the stuff inside goes, and clean them out, there is enough "meat" on the contacts to clean up with a small file, if after putting the driver's switch back together the affected window is still not working go to that doors switch, again testing for power, and clean it out, now your window will work. It is very rare that the window fuse blows, I will check my book later and post it's location.
The Subaru Legacy gets 31 miles per gallon on the highway and 23 miles per gallon in the city. That's for a newer model Subaru Legacy though. An older model of the Subaru Legacy would have worse gas mileage than that.
The cost of a second hand Subaru Legacy 2010 in the Philippines would cost P 1,380,000.00. This quote is as of February 2013. There are no price quotes available for a new Subaru Legacy 2010.
In general, many of the 1990 through 1993 parts are interchangeable on the Subaru Legacys. But your best source would be a 1991 Subaru Legacy, followed by a 1990 Subaru Legacy. Verify the bolt patters before purchasing from 1992 or 1993.
The best place to find a Subaru Legacy for sale is at a local Subaru dealership. The dealership will often have a selection of new and used Legacy's to choose from.
could be something with the steering or with the power steering pump.
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
it is a very reliable, decent car. i would buy it.
The 1993 Subaru Legacy was equipped with automatic seat belts to help improve passenger safety. This ensured that drivers and passengers would no longer forget to put their seat belt on.
If the window lock button is on (found on the drivers door) it will cause this to happen. Supposed to be a feature. it was not the lock botton.It was a bad ground on the relay ,power was getting to the relay ,but would not travel to back windows.Thanks For your input
Rotors or drums warped. Have them turned.
failed Heater core
You could be low on coolant, a stuck thermostat, engine fan not coming on for starters. If still overheats, I would recommend taking it to a Subaru dealer.
If it had a short it would blow a fuse. You probably have a faulty flasher relay.
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.
Pretty sure the fuel pumps are the same thru most of the Subaru lineup. The only difference would be between turbo and non-turbo models. I have found that if the years are close is the most important part, make shure to count the wires, the newer ones have a couple of extra sensors that will make your check engine light come on if not right
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 . . .
I'm having the same issue, did you ever find an answer to this?
metal rubbing against the tire
Maybe on top of the starter Follow + battery cable should be connected to same
I would bring it in, because you can never be sure
first check your brake light switch... its located on the brake pedal one wire should power on it all the time and the other wire only when the pedal is pressed... if power doesn't go thur then replace switch
The Legacy of Rosemond Hill is a PC game about horse riding. The game would not work on an Apple Mac unless you are running Windows as the operating system.
AnswerNo. The air conditioning belt only drives the compressor. The other belt drives the alternator and power steering pump. The water pump is driven by the timing belt. Technically you only need the timing belt to be functioning to be able to 'drive' the car under it's own power. It would however be running off battery power alone and would have no power steering.
Bad seal around the bottom of the wind shield maybe?