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2002 Subaru Impreza RS WIRING DIAGRAMS


Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 26-04-2010

2002 Subaru Impreza RS WIRING DIAGRAMS Fig. 8: Wiring Diagram (Impreza 2.5L & Outback Sport 2.5L – 1 Of 3)



Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 17-04-2010


Fault ABS warning light constantly “ON” with no ABS operation. Callers often remark that they are unable to communicate with the ABS ECM even though using suitable diagnostic equipment.
Cause The ABS ECM / hydraulic modulator / ABS pump units are a combined unit assembly and are located behind the off side front headlamp. The caller reported that the harness plug was full of water and the terminals were found to be excessively corroded, to the point were the harness plug and ABS ECM needed replacing. The caller also reported that this was the second time he
had experienced the problem on Subaru Impreza vehicles. Vehicles
If the terminals on both the ABS ECM and ABS ECM harness plug are heavily corroded beyond cleaning and repair, it will be necessary to replace both the ABS ECM / hydraulic modulator / ABS pump assembly in addition to the ABS ECM harness plug

2010 Subaru Outback and Legacy Navigation Hacks


Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 18-12-2010

Control lockout override via grounding of unused e-brake input Rear camera input switch DISCLAIMER: Anyone following these instructions is doing so at their own risk and agrees to not hold me liable for any damage caused as a result of reproducing my experiences that I am documenting here for your reference only. PART 1: REMOVAL OF BEZEL Subaru’s instructions indicate that the bezel can be removed by hand. No one on any message board seems to be able to do this. The solution many have found is to use a trim removal tool. I bought a cheap one at Wal- Mart and quickly found that any small plastic chisel or rubber-coated screwdriver will do. The trick is to get just enough leverage using the tool from inside the vents to pop off the corners. Using your fingers just isn’t quite enough. As you can see, I did use a cheap trim removal tool, but found using the stubbier end worked better for me. Insert any kind of soft (plastic or rubber) tool with a thin edge into the vent and feel for the lip underneath. The hardest part is to get the willpower to give it a good, firm yank towards you. Every time I pulled off another section, I swore it was going to break in half.

2003 Subaru Outback REAR WIPER ARM REMOVAL


Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 22-02-2016

1. Raise wiper arm cover (A). 2. Loosen nut to remove wiper arm. Fig. 29: Raising Wiper Arm Cover Courtesy of SUBARU OF AMERICA, INC. INSTALLATION 1. Install in the reverse order of 2. Operate rear wiper 3. Align blade to rear defogger heat wire (A). REAR WIPER MOTOR 1. Remove rear wiper arm. 2. Remove cap (A), nut (B), and spacer (C) from rear wiper shaft.

1997 Subaru Legacy GT Sedan Timing Belt Service and Repair Installation


Filed Under (Subaru) by admin on 25-04-2010

Crankshaft and camshaft sprocket alignment. (1) Align mark on crankshaft sprocket with mark on the oil pump cover at cylinder
block. Zoom Sized for Print (2) Align single line mark on right-hand exhaust camshaft sprocket with notch on belt cover. Align single line mark on right-hand exhaust camshaft sprocket with notch on belt
cover. (Make sure double lines on intake camshaft and exhaust camshaft sprockets
are aligned.) Zoom Sized for Print (4) Align single line mark on left-hand exhaust camshaft sprocket with notch on belt cover by turning sprocket counter-clockwise (as viewed from front of engine). When timing belts are not installed, four camshafts are held at the “zero-lift” position, where all cams on camshafts do not push intake and exhaust valves down. (Under this condition, all valves remain un-lifted.) When camshafts are rotated to install timing belts, #2 intake and #4 exhaust
ALLDATA Online – 1997 Subaru Legacy GT Sedan AWD F4-2.5L DOHC – Installation Page 11 of 16 cam of left-hand camshafts are held to push their corresponding valves down. (Under this condition, these valves are held lifted.) Right-side camshafts are
held so that their cams do not push valves down. Left-hand camshafts must be rotated from the “zero-lift” position to the position where timing belt is to be installed at as small an angle as possible, in order to prevent mutual interference of intake and exhaust valve heads.