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Idemitsu Lubricants
1998 Subaru Impreza Power Steering Fluid Idemitsu Lubricants - 12 Ounces

P311-034D401    W0133-1939905  New

Qty:
13.99
Idemitsu Lubricants Power Steering Fluid
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Conventional
  • ; Power Steering Specific Fluid
  • Mineral Based Power Steering Fluid. Engineered for Asian import vehicles Meets: Honda/Acura PSF-S - Toyota/Lexus/Scion D2 - Mazda M3 -Nissan PSF.
  • 12 Ounces
Brand: Idemitsu Lubricants
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Vehicle
1998 - Subaru Impreza
Idemitsu Lubricants
1995 Subaru SVX Power Steering Fluid Idemitsu Lubricants - 12 Ounces

P311-034D401    W0133-1939905  New

Qty:
13.99
Idemitsu Lubricants Power Steering Fluid
  • This Original Equipment Manufacturer part is the same part that was made & installed by the car manufacturer at the factory where the car was produced.
  • Conventional
  • Mineral Based Power Steering Fluid. Engineered for Asian import vehicles Meets: Honda/Acura PSF-S - Toyota/Lexus/Scion D2 - Mazda M3 -Nissan PSF.
  • 12 Ounces
Brand: Idemitsu Lubricants
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1995 - Subaru SVX
Motul
2003 Subaru Forester Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 0.7 litre
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2003 - Subaru Forester
Motul
1999 Subaru Forester Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 0.7 litre Additional Information: Use condition: Normal Additional Information: Use condition: Severe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
1999 - Subaru Forester
Motul
2010 Subaru Tribeca Power Steering Fluid Motul

P311-51710B8    105784  New

Qty:
13.51
Motul Power Steering Fluid
  • MULTI ATF - 1L - Fully Synthetic Transmission fluid
  • ; Filling capacity: 0.9 litre Additional Information: Use condition: Normal Additional Information: Use condition: Severe
  • Product Attributes:
    • Additional Info: Fully Synthetic Fluid For Automatic Transmission With Slip Lockup Clutch And Power Steering
  • Fully Synthetic High performance lubricant specially engineered for most modern automatic transmission (manual mode, sequential mode, electronically controlled ) with or without slip lockup clutch. Recommended for use in older automatic gearboxes, torque converters, power steering, boats reverse gears, hydrostatic transmissions, mechanical and hydraulic systems where DEXRON (except
Brand: Motul
Additional Fitment Information:
Vehicle
2010 - Subaru Tribeca

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Found catalytic converter leak during oil change?

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Question From fulltruth on Found catalytic converter leak during oil change?

2008 Subaru Impreza 2.5i, 60k miles

I took my car in for an oil change and the mechanic told me that the catalytic converter has a pressure leak, which will eventually cause the check engine light to come on, and then the car will fail the smog test here in California. My question is, could he possibly have detected this problem in the course of a routine oil change? I think he may be pulling my leg. (He also told me the power steering fluid was black and had debris in it.)

Thank you for your time!
Dan

Response From Hammer Time

Run, run, run.................. far away from that shop.

Response From Discretesignals

Maybe he meant the catalytic converter has an exhaust leak.

Response From Hammer Time

Business is slow and he's trying to drum up business.

He also told me the power steering fluid was black and had debris in it.

Response From Discretesignals

You could always get a second opinion. It's not uncommon for mechanics to find things wrong during an oil change. In fact, it's good thing for them to inspect the vehicle during an oil change to see if there is any thing wrong or has the potential to cause problems later on and inform you of them. It's the ones that BS and tell you it needs something when it actually doesn't, that give the good ones a bad name. If you are unsure of what the mechanic is saying, have them show you exactly what the problem is or take it to your regular mechanic and have them confirm.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Thought I'd replied to this already but probably forgot to hit send.

Yes it's nice when advised of problems but this doesn't seem right to me. For PS fluid - on your own just waste a cheap turkey baster, put fluid in clean glass jar and look at it. Run that thru a coffee filter and see what really shows - probably nothing but wet from the fluid. Throw the baster away and refill with new fluid.

Anything is possible but a 2008 w 60K this seems unlikely to me. IMO if CEL isn't on and the rest of things checked for Calif. inspection are in order than it should pass.

MA quit doing the dyno thing as too many cars flew off and went thru a wall - no joke. Just rely on 96 and up what the computer says and the safety checks etc.,

T

Response From fulltruth Top Rated Answer

Thanks for the help, guys. It sounds like the only way to be sure is to get a second opinion, so that's what I'm gonna do.

Response From Tom Greenleaf

Good luck. I think that's the best idea,

T

1996 Subaru Legacy - Rack and Pinion

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Question From lyric0n on 1996 Subaru Legacy - Rack and Pinion

I took my car into get an alignment as it was pulling to the right a bit, and the maintenance guy said my rack and pinion was leaking power steering fluid and both my boots on the inner tie rods were torn off. The estimate for the rack and pinion w/ the tie rods and boot replacement was just shy of $1000.

I looked up the part on AutoZone and it came it at about $250 (see link below), and it doesn't look to complex to change according to the Haynes manual. Does anyone have any advice on changing this?

In the past I've done basic changes such as breaks, rotors, struts/shocks, and CV axles, so I have some know how, but I would like some advice on complications that may come up.

Thanks,
Chris

http://www.autozone.com/autozone/catalog/parts/partsProduct.jsp?itemIdentifier=60943_0_0_3395,3918

Response From Hammer Time Top Rated Answer

As racks go, it's not one of the real hard ones. It calls for about 3 hours to replace it.

Here are the instructions

steering wheel vibrates after timing belt replacement

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Question From Guest on steering wheel vibrates after timing belt replacement

Hi,

I recently brought my 2001 Subaru Legacy wagon to the dealership for suggested maintenance for a timing belt change (and also a regular oil change). The car has 103K miles and has been perfect (again, it was only brought in for suggested maintenance, not because it had a problem). Now, the steering wheel vibrates when turning. I brought it back ASAP and they said that it was due to a new belt on an older car and that all the tensions were correct. They flushed the power steering fluid which they said was dirty. The steering wheel still vibrates upon a hard (esp. left) turn. They said this would "go away". Is this true? Everything was fine prior to the maintenance. Any help would be welcome.

Response From thomas74

sounds like BS to me

Response From Tom Greenleaf

What's this bull about a new belt on an older car??!! This car isn't that old or that many miles. Something got screwed up and I don't agree with the comment that it will just go away.

Take a glance and the regular belts and see if they are looking ok or in line with engine idling,

T

Response From Guest

Thanks Tom,

After spending $1000 it really fried my eggs that my car, which has been fantastic, should come back to me in worse condition. I don't tend to think people are dishonest, but I really felt like I was getting some BS....

Response From Tom Greenleaf Top Rated Answer

Surely anyone would be upset at having routine preventative service done and the car comes back with a problem it didn't have. It could be a wild cooincidence but to be told it will just go away just doesn't jive. Something happened and they should take an interest in their work and their reputation in serving you well.

I hope you can get some satisfaction with the shop about this problem. Things can happen even when you do things right and techs that do this all the time know that,

T