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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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Sounds like an Air Passage issue to me. This could mean: a bad Mas Air Flow Sensor or maybe a poor Throttle Body Sensor, and maybe even a clogged EGR Valve or a dirty Throttle body Unit. These items can clog with carbon and need to be cleaned or replaced after time. These items cah each be checked with a Probe Light Tester first to make sure you're ...



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