In this issue:
Since 1995, all Subaru vehicles have been equipped with driver and front passenger airbags. Diagnosis of this system will be necessary if the vehicle has been involved in an accident, or if other damage has occurred. This article provides the information needed to safely work on and around Subaru supplemental restraint systems (SRS).
Last time we explained how the Subaru Air Suspension System works. We’re back with Part Two to show you how to quickly diagnose and repair problems.
- In-Dash Cigarette Lighter Usage
- Legacy A/C Compressor
- Electrical Problems? Check The Fuse
- Changing Wire Colors
- Diagnostic Trouble Codes
- Models Equipped With Knock Sensors
- Six-Step Electrical Troubleshooting Method
- Ignition Relays
- 1995 Legacy Speed Limiting Device
- Subaru Oil Change Service Information
- 1995 Subaru Legacy – DTC P0325: Knock Sensor Circuit Malfunction
- Subaru Legacy – DTC P0130: Front Oxygen Sensor Circuit Malfunction
- Electrical Problems? Check The Alternator