We are taking it soon for service. Remove the air filter box assembly so you can access the transmission range switch. I'm really hoping they come back with something good. He specifically asked me if I downshifted to slow the car. Drive moderately but I do run 80 on the highway if it's a long trip. My lights are back on after 10 months.
They told me that it was a valve issue. If the casting reinforcement bars of the transmission case are found to have sharp edges, carefully smooth them using a file prior to installation of the replacement harness. The faster the car goes, the higher it revs the engine. Have a code reader, so plan to hook it up and cancel all the codes, too. How high is it revving? I hope cvt transmission is suitable to it. Was told it was factory over spray causing a short, no. I had a tail light bulb out.
Dealer says the values are probably bad and need to replace the lower half of the engine. I'm so frustrated because the car runs fine but i obviously can't use cruise control. The braking only provided the final slowdown. During assembly of the bearing, a different type of grease is used which has a higher resistance to heat. The information provided here in is for illustration only and is an estimate only.
Well that wasn't going to happen. Now i don't know who to believe, so I'm driving around with a gallon of antifreeze in my trunk just in case. The easiest way to find out what this light is telling you is to hook your vehicle up to a scan tool. Enough complaining, here's a question: should I take it to Subaru or to my regular favorite mechanic? I will never buy another Subaru. The 2019 Subaru Impreza delivers on comfort by giving every occupant their space.
Guru5D96G answered 4 months ago My daughters Subaru has the same symptoms. No reason given why it failed. I've seen a few torque-converter lockup failures in the 2. I had the dealership reset it once so that I could continue to use cruise control until they could get my car in for service and it took the car another 4 months before it happened again. My 2013 Outback is sluggish and hesitates upon acceleration at any speed. The times are cooler today but don't see what that would have to do with it. This is in Nebraska so the hills aren't all that much in my area.
BummedSubieOwner answered 2 years ago 2013 Subaru Legacy Premium with 2. No issue since the issue resolved itself. And I was just told that it needs a new transmission. Makes me wonder if Subaru does this intentionally to force consumers to bring the vehicle in for costly, unneeded service. In the interest of customer satisfaction, Subaru of America, Inc.
Well, I'll see what happens and clear the codes again if the lights don't go off by themselves. Follow correct Self-Test procedures, refer to Section 2, Quick Test. Sube service supposed to call me, but half hour gone by, no call. I was told it was a ground 2nd time, no. My 2013 Outback has only 80 some thousand miles. In the interest of customer satisfaction, Subaru of America, Inc. Every older safe driving course I've heard about have always stated that you should always lift off the throttle first, before braking, to avoid locking up.
As per the other posts. Then a minute later the entire transmission locked up while I was going 70 mpg. This is obviously not an omissions issue. This started after they replaced my engine at 93k due to an oil consumption problem that started at 3k. During assembly of the bearing, a different type of grease is used which has a higher resistance to heat. In the interest of customer satisfaction, Subaru of America, Inc.
Gas cap didn't fix it. DaddyChickn answered 10 months ago I know this is way after the original post. What causes the P2750 code? Used to rely on this effect especially when going around slippery corners. Thanks, Duane Patty Winter 19. I hope someone finds the answer. Though poor, now ell-separated from Ford, I hope they can survive, as handling, efficiency and reliability are their primary motivations.
I replaced it and unhooked the negative battery cable for a minute or so and rehooked it. Always has happened after filling with gas. Just bought a 2012 Subaru Legacy last week on Thursday. However, they claimed that the brake light was blinking due to something with the brake system and they could not pull those codes for me right then. Align the alignment holes between the switch and the shift lever.