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Hey Guys, sorry if this is in the wrong place or somebody has a similar post but I've got a number of check engine fault codes on my 2001 BH9 Legacy 250S EJ25 (always run on 95 petrol) they are P0390, P0365 and I did have a P0130 code which might've been before I replaced the O2 sensor post cat. The other 2 codes, which I believe both relate to the camshaft position sensor. It seems to be the case because when the car is at operating temp it loves to dip very low on idle sputtering and stuttering, loss of power and almost dying, etc. I ended up buying a new camshaft position sensor from supercheap and I've replaced it with the one that lives on the passenger side towards the front of the engine near the engine oil filler tube.
But I've still got the same codes after resetting and I've tried a lot of other things like injector cleaner and I've cleaned the throttle body replaced air filter added (mbl8 oil additive I think?) oilange with filter every 10k km and all that jazz. It also has some type of tick along the whole rev range, to me it sounds like it's coming from the top end on the passenger side. Other than that the car runs mint when it feels like being normal but it guzzles fuel like crazy, pretty much almost 15-17 litres /100km around town. Sorry about the novel I just wrote but I'm out of ideas and I am a student so any help would be much appreciated!
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Christchurch Subaru Akaroa Cruise
You asked for it so you got it!
Christchurch subaru will be holding a cruise and park up in akaroa !
Meet at 1pm sharp at dunns crossing Road
Please make sure you fill up first as there are no bp stations on the way
I will sort a photographer for the day (if anyone knows let me know)
There is a charity cruise happening in Dunedin on Sunday 20th November 2016 for the hospice. If anyone is interested in or out of Dunedin, would be cool to see a few Subarus there. please see the link below for all the details.
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