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I have a 2003 Legacy Wagon 2.0GT, with 280,000kms on the clock, only just run in.....
A few weeks ago the engine light popped up along with a flashing SPORT light and ER HC on the digital trip meter. Very Christmas tree like...
After plugging in the old ODM reader in, I got the P0600 - General High-Speed CAN fault. This was somewhat concerning but next to useless for trying to track down a fault. Off I went to the local Subaru shop to plug the car in to their SSM. The following additonal fault codes were also generated.
P0725 – Engine Speed Input Circuit
P1718 – AT CAN Communication Circuit
P0817 – PN Signal output circuit
The fault was sporadic for about a week and would come and go, but after that its pretty well full time.
Easy stuff first - Some basic inspections of the ECM and wiring were carried out with out anything obvious, the Crank Position sensor was replaced (based on the P0725 fault code). Fault remains.
After speaking to the Subaru mechanics they recommended replacing the Body Interface Unit (BIU). Sounds easy huh.......NO, the BIU includes the immobilizer circuit so the car wouldn't start. After finding someone who could re-programme the BIU to talk to my keys and get the car started, the fault still remains......Grrrr
My next things to look at would be to replace the Transmission Control Unit (TCU) and/or the Transmission Probes/Harness. The fault codes appear to be linked to an electrical fault but if anyone has other recommendations, Im open to suggestions.
Thanks in advance.
Bought these off Trademe, seller claimed they are for BP Legacy models. Tried them on, they didn't exactly fit.
I've searched online and the closest I could get to comparing these with are BE/BH Legacy floor mats.
Can anyone confirm which model Legacy these mats are for?
If anyone want's them, they're yours for $20.
So I bought a 2006 Subaru Legacy Wagon that had minor outer panel damage to both doors on the passenger side. Randomly found a dude scrapping a car of the same model and colour, but Few years newer and higher spec than mine and managed to change the doors over myself.
However, after I changed the doors and fired up the audio system for the first time (stock audio system in Subaru), I discovered the speakers just in the replaced doors don't work at all. I definitely correctly connected the speakers back up before I replaced the door panels. Audio system in the wrecked car was a Macintosh. I also bought the speakers from the guy and tried those and they don't work either. I'm assured that the speakers worked fine in the old car before it was wrecked.
Anyone know any simple reason for the speakers in the replacement doors not working? Would the wiring be different from one year to the next of the same model car and therefore not be compatible with my audio system? Cheap and easy fix for an auto electrician or na?
Thanks for any help in advance.
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