I paid a lot of money for a Subaru remote starter. Results, car not consuming any oil over a 1,200 mile test. The Subaru of America wqw-58R recall does not appear on the list of safety recalls. Thank you in advance for your attention to this matter. I have learned the Foresters in general have a very sensitive exhaust system. While driving various speeds, the oil light illuminated.
This is the normal operating position after, the engine is started position, starter cranks the engine start it, if your registered key fails start. I was driving for 6 hours on the highway with this indicator. We asked for soa assistance. The cheap way might be to find a mechanic who will be willing to clean the converter the honeycomb things and see if it runs a bit better. I have very close to the same problem with an automatic 2003 Subaru Forester with under 40K miles on it. Love the engineering of the engine and compartment.
The technician stated they had already experienced this with a vehicle they sold but the problem with the module usually occurs on engine start. I assumed that a battery could handle that. When I plugged the device in, the radio was on but the engine wasn't running; I was organizing the wayback. I'm well over 6 feet tall, and have a long torso and average length legs. . Dealer has no updates for the engine computer and did not observe any problems while it was in for an oil change. At that time after checking I added 1 at of oil.
Fortunately I was able to get the car restarted with another jump. The dealer was told and has notes on it. Seems to me that car is not safe at this point. It happened three more times after that occurrence. I've emailed Subaru of America about the issue as well. Vehicle stumbles, detonates and will not allow the driver to apply power without hesitation and engine stumbles. I plan to get rid of it and get a vehicle I can trust to start.
It was suggested to me by the dealer that I could contact Subaru directly if I still had concerns which I did. Now got letter about the tranny issue a warranty extention, cars less than 10 yrs old with 100k miles or less now have tranny covered to 10 years or 100k miles! The vehicle was taken to the dealer williams Volkswagen Inc. Upgraded passenger space with more room than Honda, Toyota, or Ford. It didn't work, so I took it back. A twin air mattress fits perfectly for a great night's sleep.
It starts after doing this once or a few times. At that time the vehicle was parked in a shopping center parking lot and I had the radio on for 30 minutes while sitting in the car. The failure mileage was 33,000. I've had 2 oil consumption tests completed on my car, with the first one done 1 year ago. Had to move the car out of the garage and it barely made it up the incline in the underground garage as it was not responding to the accelerator, called for a tow which never arrived and tried to restart out of frustration all lights were off and car I made it to the dealer which was not far away. I was operating on cruise control at 78 mph, approximately 900 miles from home, when a sudden loss of propulsion occurred.
When this first happened months ago, the dealer said it was the battery and that was replaced in November of 2016. Dealer performed consumption test over 1200 miles, consumption deemed within Subaru spec. I can provide you with all emails to Subaru of America and maintenance records for the car. Keep taking it back until they fix it. Now, a month later after short block overhaul 2, the low oil lamp turned on again.
When trying to close sunroof, normally the roof window would slide back and a set of pin will push the rear side of the window up to seal the gap between the window and rooftop. Water may leak in to wiring and cause further damage. Diagnosed dirty manifolds; cleaned, machined heads replace head gaskets. Upon investigation the dealer said there was a bad coil. They do this to see if the problem follows the sensor 80932 km Tossed a code. Found nothing, apparently they just didn't clean up after fixing the leak well enough earlier.