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If your car is relatively brand new, you may have inferred TPMS, which compares the rolling radius of each tire. If any single tire rolls more rapidly than another, then that tire must have lower pressure than the other, assuming the same tire size. This eliminates the tire pressure sensor in each wheel and its replacement upon tire replacement. So if one ...


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You might be misinterpreting your tire pressure indicator light. Usually the light comes on when the tire pressure drops below a certain level in at least one tire. I've not heard of one responding to too high a pressure, but I suppose it's possible. I think your pressure indicator light may be indicating a problem with the tire pressure sensor system ...


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As I stated in my comment, if you are able to safely let the car idle i.e. the problem isn't your headgasket, ringlands or a burst radiator, you can tow the car with the engine running and someone behind the wheel. From a mechanical perspective this is no different than coasting. I believe the danger with towing the car with the wheels down is that you don't ...


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The fact that this is intermittent and that multiple windows are failing leads me to believe this is a break in the wiring inside the 'flex tube' between the door and the vehicle body. After thousands (if not millions) of times being bent back and forth with door openings, wire(s) inside the tube break. Closing/opening the door readjusts the break so ...


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It turned out to be perished radiator caps. I replaced both and the problem went away.


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You can dinghy tow an Outback or Forester behind a motorhome if these conditions are satisfied: The Subaru is a Manual Transmission model; No automatic transmission subaru should ever be dinghy towed with wheels down! Use the gray "Valet" key to unlock the steering wheel. This is the first click past the "OFF" position. In this position, the steering wheel ...



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