My '96 Outback has almost 200k on it. It was having a bunch of performance issues and started to get so wonky it was lurching around and became almost undrivable and began wasting gas after swapping transmissions for a working one. Probably mostly unrelated
I replaced the O2 again after putting in new cats, unclogged the egr transducer, and replaced the fuel injectors. I had done a few other things previously like replace the wires and regap the plugs,
dismantle and check the intake with its gaskets, tightened the vacuum lines, checked timing and replaced the belt getting it to spec. unclogged the EGR itself, although I'm not postive that its working perfectly.
Now I'm not getting anymore CELs and the car drives reasonably. Still got a few issues with MPG and HP rough idle, poor throttle response and things like that
I'm going through everything I can under the hood and noticed that at least one line leading from the Evaporative Canister to the intake is clogged, can't blow through it. Question: How do I unclog the metal tube portion of that run? Or am I on the wrong track with this?