Diagnosing Your Subaru's Check Engine Light
In this video I will show you how to diagnose the check engine light for your OBD1 (1996 and older) Subaru. In this video I am diagnosing my 1993 Subaru Legacy LS Special. Learned how to do this myself and figured I would share to the world how to do it. By diagnosing the check engine light yourself you could save the money it would take to have a shop or a dealer diagnose it, and you can also save money as opposed to buying and OBD scanner which could run a price of up to $100+. The website that I found most useful for trouble codes was www.troublecodes.net. The only few reasons why an OBDI Subaru will have a check engine light are for the following reasons: - The connector to the sensor is unplugged. - There is a grounding problem within the circuit. - There is inadequate power to the circuit. - The circuit is shorting out somewhere. - The sensor itself is shot so badly that it cannot communicate with the ECU. OBDI is different from the OBDII system because in the OBDI system, there are no inefficiency codes or monitors like there are in the OBDII systems. --UPDATE-- My Subaru has been destroyed. I was driving the other night in the snow and a moron in a 4WD Jeep was doing at least 45 in a 25 zone, and he started swerving all over the road and he ended up swerving his passenger side rear end right into the front of my car. After he hit my car, he was going so fast that he continued to slide an additional 40 feet away from my car. My car is totaled, and the stupid ass hole in the Jeep got away with his rear end smashed. The worst part is that I did nothing wrong and now I am out a car. RIP.
My Subaru Engine KNOCKS!!! What is it???
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Learn About Subaru Boxer Engine Technology
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Subaru Timing Belt Replacement (EJ25 SOHC) Part 2
Timing belt, rollers, tensioner and water pump Replacement on a 2.5L EJ25 SOHC Subaru engine. Part2