P0325 subaru impreza




P0325 subaru impreza

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  • Tossed a P (which I'd never seen before) 8 miles from STOICHSOLUTIONS.INFO on the way home from having the O2 sensors replaced.

    My Outback has an error code of P Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this? Thanks.

    Knock sensor - error code p Car Model: Impreza Ltd 98S, Impreza 5 dr Ltd (9 Subaru's since , 7 were 5 sp) ILuvSubaru's.

    P0325 subaru impreza

    P0325 subaru impreza

    We just believe they make the finest vehicles available so we created this website for Subaru enthusiasts. Or is that too sophisticated for a simple ECM? Cleared the code and put 35 miles on the rally car. The CE light also occasionally flickered; it kept going out for a split second and then coming back on. Of course it can be other issues such as a wiring issue back to the ECM, etc.

    P0325 subaru impreza

    P0325 subaru impreza

    P0325 subaru impreza

    P0325 subaru impreza

    P0325 subaru impreza

    Fault Code: P? - Subaru Impreza GC8 & RS Forum & Community: RScom

    All times are GMT The time now is When I got home I hooked up my obd2 scanner and pulled a p code, knock sensor. So I was planning to pull it and check to see if it needs replacing, but in the event that the knock sensor is properly detecting something, what are the common causes or problems that would lead to setting off the knock sensor? So far I flushed the radiator, changed the oil, air filter, changed the rear diff fluid, switched the radio out and did some minor body work.

    I still need to change the plugs, wires, and fuel filter. It still runs a bit rough, and I'm also contemplating upgrading to an msd coil. When my 97 Legacy threw a knock sensor code, I pulled it and found a hairline crack on it, replaced it and that problem was solved.

    P0325 subaru impreza

    I also found a hairline crack in one of the coil on plug, had to order them from China, I hope that will solve my rough idle problem.. Knock sensor should be listening for misfires caused by any fault in the combustion process. Although a misfire should show up us a separate fault code. If the sensor was correctly detecting some sort of misfire there should be some other codes being tripped.

    I'm going to replace this sensor and see if that does the trick. So far I've only been able to find that thing for about 80 bucks. I've used two of them. One on each of my subies. So far they have held up for about a year. They appear the same and were spot on spec when I tested them with my multimeter. I'll be ordering one this week. Do you know off hand what the torque spec is on that bolt in the center? Might be a good idea to reset your ecu by disconnecting the battery for minutes.

    P0325 subaru impreza

    My cel went away without doing this though. I got an obd scanner for resets but yeah, I'll be disconnecting the Bart for good measure once I get this done. My knock sensor exhibited intermittent hard start problems for a while, eventually a no start. I had no codes set. After describing the symptoms to a tech he quickly said knock sensor.

    No visual signs inspecting old part. I was told it was not un-common. Would a bad knock sensor cause a huge drop in gas mileage?

    I'm assuming it is putting the car in "limp mode" because I went from MPG down to The light had came on previously and I reset it, and it seemed to drive normally after that. The only thing that caused the light to come back on was climbing a big hill. Also, do we have multiple knock sensors? I've never done one on a 2nd gen. I've done multiple on the 1rst gen legacies though, I'm assuming it is in the same spot, under the intake elbow on the engine block, is this the correct part to buy?

    P0325 subaru impreza

    Engine code is as well http: Additional info may or may not apply: Well, I have an hour and half drive each way tomorrow all freeway. So I took out my stock knock sensor to check on it. The plastic does have a small crack in it, so all i could really do was clean the mating surface and put it on. Pretty sure I stripped out the threads on the block though Not sure how, the bolt looked fine but I just couldn't get the threads to start, so I finally got them started and it was a little resistive so I figured there might been gunk in the threads or something.

    I got it torqued down at 20 ft lbs. Hopefully they aren't stripped out, or at least the knock sensor is still mounted flush. Anyways I went to get some gas figured I'd try premium and the CEL didn't come on, even when getting on it a bit. I guess I'll see how it goes tomorrow. Damn ebay sensor should be here soon but never soon enough. My solution for stripped threads; I mix up a small portion of JB weld, fill the stripped out hole, very light coat of anti-seize on the bolt, screw the bolt in, wait 15 minutes for the JB-weld to partly cure, unscrew the bolt a few times, wait uvernight for complete cure, install my part and torque down to spec.

    DIY SUBARU FORESTER KNOCK SENSOR REPLACEMENT EASY P0325



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