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have you checked the Throttle Position Sensor, MAS Air Flow Sensor, have you cleaned your Throttle Body Unit ?, have you checked & cleaned your EGR Valve,


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Because it's dangerous with erroneous data This is actually very smart on Subaru's part. I have to give them credit. If you have sensors that are faulting you could be giving an ECE false or eroneous information. The ECU would then take that false data and make adjustments to traction control and engine power. You could be on a wet or icy surface, step ...


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Those symptoms could well be caused by an air leak allowing unmetered air into the engine. This would cause a weak mixture when driving which could explain the lack of power and the cutting out. It would also explain the revving when stopped because idle is primarily controlled by limiting the air intake into the engine. Check all the air pipes, including ...


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I think you may have mistaken a service interval indicator for a check engine light. Modern cars will ask to be serviced at regular intervals, even if no fault exists. There indicators can usually be reset the but procedure is usually manufacturer specific. A check engine light is something else and generally indicates that a fault has been logged by the ...


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You've come to the right place. There's a lot that you can do on your own. Even if all you end up doing is gathering more information for the mechanic who ends up working on the car, they never mind a hint as to where the problems might be! What are some of the possible causes for the "check engine" light that can be diagnosed at home? All of them. ...


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I was able to find the exact verbiage on Amazon for a Toyota gas cap. It implies that you will get a CEL (check engine light) and you could, which could cost you money to get it checked out. Here is the listing: Genuine Toyota (77300-33070) Fuel Tank Cap Assembly by Toyota Genuine OEM Toyota Gas Cap New in Original Packaging with Seal. The typical ...


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I've never seen replacing the fuel cap as any part of the maufacture recommend maintenance. Some vehicles now don't even have one, the seal is made internally or by the fuel hatch door. Once on an older vehicle, I had the service engine light come on because of the fuel cap seal. I couldn't find a replacement cap or O ring to fit, so I just took the seal ...



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