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96 Legacy Outback "Check engine light on, miss at 2200 rpm"


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#1 paulandirene

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 05:57 PM

Hi, I had the car I'm buying inspected by an independent agency and they noted one item:

"Check engine light on, miss at 2200 rpm"



Any idea of what might be causing this? Car has 115K on it.

Thanks for any insights

#2 Gnuman

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Posted 15 February 2005 - 06:43 PM

Hi, I had the car I'm buying inspected by an independent agency and they noted one item:

"Check engine light on, miss at 2200 rpm"



Any idea of what might be causing this? Car has 115K on it.

Thanks for any insights


That sounds like a knock sensor to me. Can you get the codes from them?




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