With summer coming I had the system checked for leaks and repaired and charged. The car is well built with tight seams and low road noise. It's not turbo-charged but with gas prices the way they are, I'm not complaining. I will attach a link to the previous for sale thread. I bought a 99 forester s with a 5 speed. All fluid had leaked from the strut and would not damp.
The temp probe plugs into a connector that's in a cluster of 3 connectors in front of the passenger side strut mount. So I think it's safe to assume that the resistor should not be 2. Replaced the turbo and the radiator at about 125k miles blew up at a RallyX event. Low center of gravity handles just as good. TruckCabinFilter selectedCabinList, null ; truckCabinFilter.
Time to replace them before oil seeps onto some electrical components nearby and cause more problems later. I've been able to do all the fluids, oil and gas filter, and even the spark plugs are easy to get to. I don't know enough about this mod to know the correct answer, but I would be surprised if you only needed a 2. The temp probe plugs into a connector that's in a cluster of 3 connectors in front of the passenger side strut mount. Nothing is more satisfying than smoking the old guy driving an automatic-equipped Corvette complete in the requisite Corvette jacket and embarrassing him in front of the blonde 30 years his junior in the passenger seat. Blown head gasket at around 120xxx miles. SellerTypeFilter selectedSellerTypeList, null ; sellerTypeFilter.
Replace bearing, mounting brackets, brake caliper, hub mount, and some other parts I can't quite remember. What some felt was a gamble on Subaru's part turned out to be a harbinger of good--no, great--things to come. If you want to fix it or straighten out the back end and just drive it you could. Very enjoyable car to drive with plent. Not the best on gas-about 18 with me pushing it most of the time and about 24 hwy. It looks exactly the same except for the temperature probe in it, and it can be hard to see it since the pipe is buried under the turbo. It looks exactly the same except for the temperature probe in it, and it can be hard to see it since the pipe is buried under the turbo.
Any specific feeling in the gearbox, or place to look that's telltale of modified parts that have been removed. Found the broken tips of two teeth in the rear diff. Read More I Bought This Car Used And It Was The Right Car At The Right Price And So Far Extremely Enjoyable. An O-ring burst, leaking all of the refrigerant. . That being said, I want to make a sensible purchase, and was wondering what the main problem areas might be to look out for, specific to this car.
Read More I Drove This Car For About 20,000 Miles Mainly To Work. Common problems of the 2003 Subaru Impreza Wrx 65 problems have been reported for the 2003 Subaru Impreza Wrx. The second most common problem is related to the vehicle's fuel system, gasoline 15 problems. No, not the campers, but cars that look slow but are actually pretty quick, both on and off the track. I heard it was 2.
NewUsedFilter selectedNewUsedList, null ; newUsedFilter. Great ride smooth with plenty of p. If you want more info on my car you can pm me. The number one most common problem is related to the vehicle's service brakes, hydraulic with 20 problems. This car is sooo much fun to drive. Looks like a champ in and out.
The appearance isn't all that and the interior is fairly standard, but certainly comfortable. Note that the number of problems reported for the 2003 Impreza Wrx is 65 while the average number of problems reported for the 16 model years of the Subaru Impreza Wrx is 56. I Have Recommended A Subaru To Pretty Much Everyone I Know. Replaced main transmission and rear differential oil with Motul Gear 300 75w90. Plus it had new tires, new brakes, and new rotors. Both pipes are made by bosal and have the same heatshielding on them and subaru embossing.
Replaced both lower ball joints. Also, added Kartboy front sway bar end links this winter great turn-in improvement. It had been problematic for the past few months. The following chart shows the 14 most common problems for 2003 Subaru Impreza Wrx. My car runs and drives but got into a accident last month and the drivers side rear is smashed and the insurance company ended up totaling the car out. I replaced the rear driver and the rear passenger rotors and pads using Brembo rotors and Hawk pads in summer of 2015.