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  1. So My 04 legacy jumped a gear pulling into a parking lot threw a p0866 engine code defined as a TCM Communication Circuit High. Also the flashing AT oil temp light. Is there a diagram I can see to find out if I’m able to access the issue or is it more internal and I’ll have to pull the trans for repair
  2. Thanks for reading! I replaced the light bulbs in my instrument cluster (speedometer) today, and I noticed a wire harness (male end) pretty much right next to my rear defrost button, which is located on the dash just to the right of the ignition. It appears to be the same size and type of harness plug that the rear defrost uses, however, it is a yellow-brownish color, rather than white like the defrost. (I can only assume that was done purposely to be able to tell which was which) There is no button on the dash besides the rear defrost, and I was unable to find a factory service manual anywhere locally. Does anyone happen to have an e copy of the wiring diagram, or even know off the top of their head what this might have once powered, or can power? If possible, I would like to utilize the plug by adding a switch on the dash, which would control the fog lights I have yet to install.
  3. Researching replacing brake pads on my '93 Legacy, FWD with 14" wheels, I kept running across instructions to remove the "two" 14 mm slide pin bolts. More research and I learned the single piston calipers before 1995 have only one 14 mm slide pin bolt (the lower slide pin.) The upper pin does not bolt from the inboard side of the caliper. Instead, it is a 12 mm bolt attached to the caliper bracket. When changing pads, videos show removing lower 14 mm bolt, then pivot caliper up, compress piston, lube lower slide pin, install new pads, pivot caliper back down and re-insert & tighten lower 14 mm slide pin bolt, and pump up brakes before driving. If rotors are not being replaced or re-faced it appears there's no reason to remove the caliper bracket. But if the bracket containing the upper slide pin is not removed, there is no way to check and lube the upper slide pin. My question is not so much about whether to re-face or replace rotors. I'm prepared to do either if needed. My question is more about whether one should always remove the caliper bracket from the car when doing a pads-only job to inspect and lube the upper slide pin on these calipers where the upper pin is bolted to the caliper bracket? I have attached an exploded view of the 1993 front brakes. The upper slide pin is part #8. Thanks for your thoughts on this.
  4. Just rebuilt my lower half of the engine and I foregot to mark my vaccum lines and I think some were off to begin with. Anyone have a diagram they can post to help me out. I have 1.6 l 1980 Brat. Thanks.
  5. I have a 1987 subaru gl 1.8 l sohc engine.Auto choke is not working.When car has sat over night.I have to rev up engine my self to keep it running until it warms up.Does anyone have a vacumn diagram for a 1987 gl.Or what else can it be?...Thanks