Hello, I got a 95 legacy from my sister last year Since then I have replaced MAF sensor. and just yesterday had to replace the harmonic balancer (Crankshaft Pully) got loose and reamed out the inside of itself . I know that i have a hole in my exhaust . could that be the cause of my idle issues or should i also look elsewhere. and why does my car vibrate at 45+ mph
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Need Help 95 Legacy low idle and vibration at 45+ mph...
Posted 14 June 2013 - 09:05 AM
Low idle can be due to several reasons. Usually it's a vacuum leak. Check the small vacuum hoses that run around on the intake manifold for cracks and splits.
Posted 14 June 2013 - 09:44 AM
dose crank pully wobble at all ? how bad was front of crank ? and is the timing belt on right ?
Posted 14 June 2013 - 10:04 AM
The old crank pully was wobbled but i replaced it with a new one it fine i could not get the crank sprocket off to change out the woodruff key ( cause i dont have a puller and did not want to damage anything so i used the old key the pulley went on nice and tight. i made sure that i put the timing belt on withe all the sprokets at center but the left side cam sprocket drifted about a 1/4 in off center but there was a lot of play on that side so I did not think that would matter. I also know that the spring inside the pcv valve does not seem to engage all the way.
Edited by duffymaddox, 14 June 2013 - 10:08 AM.
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