With the proper scan tool.
I want to check the level of atf temp in my subaru forester 2010. On checking the transmission fluid level, after the car was driven about 10 km and was put in each gear and setting the select level in the "p", do i have to turn off the engine or idle the engine before i check the atf level?
Have vehicle scanned to determine the problem
you need a scanner to scan your cars computer to see what is causing it to happen
I had the same problem on a '99 Forester. It was cured by altering the code number on the alarm system. Check the booklet that came with the vehicle for details.
The first thing to do is check all your fuses.
You have a problem with the engine controls, have the codes read at the dealer or an auto parts store and make the necessary repairs and the light will go out, or it can be reset by the tech.
you could check on eBay first, but your best bet is a subaru dealer
Code 33 means: Vehicle speed sensor (VSS) or circuit
My heater doesn't go cold. But to answer your question, check the engine coolant level in the radiator. Be sure that the engine is cold before removing the radiator cap. --Ken
Yes they do offer this, at least they did on my 2000. Check your owner's manual.
It is possible that a Subaru Check Engine Code #12 is a bad starter switch. This is usually the starter relay switch malfunction code for Subaru.