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1991 Subaru Liberty Loses Power Under Load

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#26 bettyspagetti



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Posted 18 May 2014 - 04:01 AM

hello all      i have just fixed my mums car with this exact problem  but i probably tested and changed out more parts than you have...  what it was in the end     up above the fuse panel on the drivers side is a brown 6 pin relay  that open circuits when faulty and cuts injector pulse under load   it would do it uphill in exactly the same spot every time... how weird....     look for a brown relay it is right up near the windscreen    pt no  is 25232aa000  you can buy it on ebay  hope this helps every one as a lot of people   have the same problem when you google it            good luck    brett     

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