You need to find out if the fire or fuel quits and go from there
If your Subie is a newer model (mine is 2015) you have to unlock it with the remote-equipped key, and start it with the same key. Otherwise you can run into the "engine immobilizer" that kicks in if you are not using the correct key with the proximity sensor built in.
If you want the same engine look at the drivers side of the engine block for a ID should start with a E eg.EJ22. If you want a different engine well nearly every 4cyl subaru engine can be swapped around 6cyl are larger and may fit. you can fit a ej22 into a brat and a ej22T with a little bit of modification.
The reason for a oil spray out of the front differential dipstick in a 1999 Subaru Legacy is because of the cold. While it was -30 the car oil thickened, when the engine started and tried to pull the oil through, pressure was created.The engine was not able to pull the thickened oil in and the pressure pushed the oil out of the dipstick.
Replacing the timing belt is a complicated procedure that is impossible to describe in this small space. The engine in your Subaru is an INTERFERENCE engine. As such if they belt is installed incorrectly and you start the engine you will do damage. I suggest you purchase Haynes or Chiltons repair manual for your car. It will describe in detail with photos how to replace the cam belt.
You are not giving enough information to get a reasonable answer. It's like asking why it won't start. Any, and I mean any, detail would help. Are we talking about the engine cooling system? What are the symptoms that bring you to the conclusion it is overheating? Have you checked the coolant level? What year and size engine? Does it overheat only when stressing the engine, like climbing hills? Does it overheat only in traffic and okay on the highway? Does it overheat when the car is idling? Has the head gasket ever been replaced?
It sound like an eletrical problem, did they both start at the same time? If so they my share a circuit, start by checking your fuses there is a list of what fuses go to what equipment in your owners manual. If that's not it you may want to take it is a mechanic, airbags are delicate and complex things.
why do you want to. This would be a terrible idea as the 2.2 engines have head gasket issues. When the gasket weakens, the engine will start to overheat, and without a thermostat you wont know until the gasket blows and you ruin the entire engine. So you "can" run without a thermostat if you feel like blowing your engine.
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