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  1. FB25 - 2.5L Non-Turbo (2011- 2018)
    Good day all, I've read through some of the old posts and Googled like crazy regarding this error, but unfortunately what I've tried doesn't seem to have fully worked so far. But I have at least made progress before reaching out for help. Vehicle is a 2015 Forester Limited with the standard...
  2. General Troubleshooting and Technical Help
    Good morning kings, just double-checking before I do anything stupid here - I drive a manual 2004 forester 125 hp. I got the faulty code P0030, understood as one of the Lambda sensors (oxygen sensors) are faulty. So I ordered this: FAE Lambdasond it says sensor before catalysator "Universal...
  3. EJ25 - 2.5L Turbocharged (2004-2013)
    The O2 sensor on my 2009 Forester XT (turbo) just went bad, and neither the dealership or a muffler shop could remove it (rusted in), so they are recommending that I just replace the front catalytic converter. Apparently, in the turbo, there is both are pre- and post-turbo catalytic converter...
  4. EJ25 - 2.5L Turbocharged (2004-2013)
    Hey all, I have P0420 coming up so I replaced the cat converter but I'm still getting the code which leads me to believe it's one of two o2 sensors. I found a junkyard near me that has a 2005 Forester, I'm just wondering if I take both o2 sensors off of it, will they fit in my 2001 XT? The place...
  5. EJ25 - 2.5L Non-Turbo (1998-2010)
    I made a seperate post about a rough idle. This should definitely fall under a new thread because some of the answers led me to suspect that while the car is most definitely a 2002, the ECU may not be. A friend told me the engine in my car is a 2003... It threw a P0171 code, and all my research...
  6. EJ25 - 2.5L Turbocharged (2004-2013)
    This is on an '11 FXT, 102k. I replaced the oxygen sensor and used my Accessport to clear the code. I drove the car four or five separate times and it was fine, then the following day the code threw again. What's the next approach to this one?
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