should just look in the bed of the truck, and there is a rubber bung about a foot in on the right hand side, just pop that bung, and then you can get to the "bolt" that holds the spare tire, put your socket or tire wrench on it, and spin it around till the spare tire drops down enough to get it, kind of like on an old chevy or ford pickup, or even a datsun or toyota
"yep, it's called "Death Valley Queen"
No, it's not Flogging Molly. It's a band called 'The Pogues" and the song is "If I should fall from Grace of God"
Lanna Lyons. The dad is her real dad, and the little girl is her little sister. It's a great ad, but knowing they are all family makes it sweeter.
The Ticker is "FUJHY" , stands for Fuji Heavy Industries, Ltd
It's powered by the 2 Litre FA20/4U-GSE Flat-4 Boxer engine with the Toyota D4S Port and Direct Injection System allowing it to produce 200bhp and 151 ft/lbs of torque. Nought to 60 in about 6.6 seconds and Vmax. is about 147 mph.
Japan. Fuji Heavy Industries is the company name.
You need to specify which torque settings. As with any vehicle, torque settings are specific to a particular part of the vehicle.
The torque settings for the cylinder head will differ from the settings for the crankshaft bearings.
Most likely you have a bad sensor in the car. If you know someone with one of the hand-held vehicle computer scanners, this should tell you what the problem is, even if the 'check engine" light doesn't come on.
Note that not all models have cabin air filtration.
With that said, the manual says that the filter is located behind the glove box. This requires you to open the glove compartment, disconnect the damper (the little piston that allows the door to open slowly and not just fall open) and detach the door stops at the back of the compartment. This exposes the cover for the cabin filter, which can then be slid out and the filter cleaned or replaced.
The minimum rotor thickness for the rear brakes off a 2003 Subaru Forester will depend on the build date of the vehicle:
It is located to the right of the ignition coil pack, on top of the motor. It is the black sensor, right behind the alternator, bolted into the intake manifold.
If you mean do any Subarus have an automatic transmission, then the answer is yes - all models are available with automatic transmissions.