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Oil fouled. Had same problem so ran a step hotter plug in cylinder one and no more issues yet for 350 miles
I'm an ASE Master certified tech, and have been doing this for 25 years. The likely cause is not the coil or plugs or the air cleaner but the fuel filter. It is probably blocked so the engine can't get the fuel it needs to run correctly. It is a common problem with Subarus. I would change the filter and go from there.
The indicator lever is probably spot on for the issue. There appears to be a triple-square fastener which attaches the steering wheel to the column. The guy in this video on air bag & steering wheel removal says you can get away with using a T55 Torx head to pull the fastener. Other than that, it appears the job requires T20 & T25 Torx drivers. In ...
coil pack failures are very common also check to see if the snorkel after the mass air sensor could has a crack or rip in it. introducing of air after the sensor will create the no power condition. And lastly if its turbocharged the turbo might have locked up and perished
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