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Hello, i am new to this board and to foresters but not subarus. I have had 18 subarus mainly 80s and 90s and then 2000-2008 outbacks.

I have currently gotten a 2003 forester xs automatic. The person had pulled the shifter it appears with using the interlock over ride release. It would not go into reverse or park, i figured all the out and fixed the shifter and also got another shifter as well.

The problem i have now is that i cannot get power to the soleniod in either of the shifters i try. I have checked all fuses inside and under the hood, also i do have all brake lights working.

Ps my current stable includes 1988 XT6, 2002 Legacy gt, 2006 (223,000 miles) & 2008 (just over 100,000 miles) still young, lol) Outbacks.

I am not sure what else to check. Thank for any help!
 

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@Naz53 I see this is your forum post, so welcome to the forum from Oregon! :biggrin:

Is that the AT Shift Lock Solenoid that you can't get power to? :confused:

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['07 FSXT MODding Journal] ['03 X MODding Journal]
 

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Yes it is the automatic shift lock soleniod.

Its a 2003 xs

Thank you, i have tried what things i could find doing a search here already. Trying to reach out for something else or if i missed something on here.
 

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@Naz53 perhaps this will help with your troubleshooting. What appears to be pretty simple gets complicated with the insertion of the BIU - Body Integrated Unit... also called Body Integrated Module! :icon_eek:

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['07 FSXT MODding Journal] ['03 X MODding Journal]
 

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