You have done some of this already. Gets excellent gas mileage for all wheel drive as I've got 32mpg on the interstate driving across country. Increased my mileage by like 3mpg and gave me about 15 more ponies! I am scanning my computer now as suggested previously. Last year Subaru revamped its four-model lineup of Impreza four-door sedans and five-door wagons. Gas mileage is also disappointing. O2 sensor bank 1 sensor 1 is 0. Although all the adjustments are manual, there are plenty of them, including a ratcheting seat height adjustment.
My 2010 Forester with 5 spd is doing the exact same thing with P2097. Add insult to injury, I still owe money on the car. Alone and with a broken heart. So the downstream O2 alone can not cause fuel trims to be altered that much 28. The truth is that it's a knockout to drive, always, on all surfaces, any time, anywhere, anyhow. I had to buy more and more oil to feed its thirst.
I have the 4 speed automatic sport shift transmission which can be driven like a manual. Theres also a section in the manual about gas saveing but its all about relaxed driveing. My 2010 Forester with 5 spd is doing the exact same thing with P2097. I have now put 800 miles on car and ready to surrender. I joked at first saying that my engine was thirsty. If it's reliable transportation in snowy conditions that you're seeking and you don't have a lot of money to make that happen, this is a fine investment.
Oh ya, I can fit 2 bikes and a subwoofer with room to spare. The Outback Sport also gets special side molding, bumper underguards, heated side mirrors, fog lamps, a wiper deicer, heated seats, and the 10-speaker audio system. O2 voltage bank sensor 0. It cuts through the snow effortlessly and does so with a little bit of zoom to boot. For 2009 Subaru adds two models to the Impreza lineup with the introduction of the new turbocharged 2. At speed there is some wind noise around the mirrors, and there is enough road noise filtering through the car to let you know you're under way, but neither is particularly bad. Please help and thank you! I wonder if one of the fuel injectors may be leaking too much fuel into the cylinders.
However, several mention the cut-rate feel of some of the cabin materials. I stepped on the throttle to pass a truck at 50 mph with four passengers on board and got this as I accelerated - right after it downshifted. I have 108,000 miles now. Note that during the rebuild it got new plugs, wires, etc. Anti-lock brakes are standard, along with front side airbags and side curtain bags. I would deffinitely buy another Subaru.
Goosebumps make you shiver as you dissect a corner and jam the turbo to the floor, slamming it into third, throwing everything it has at the hill. I have 108,000 miles now. Hopefully someone with computer knowledge sees this. Emily It will stay off until you drive the car fairly hard, like 2nd gear uphill for about a mile. If you're concerned about fuel injectors, it would be wise to check fuel pressure. Even with sometires it still did better in snow than my fwd vehicle did.
The Impreza has a relatively soft and absorbent ride, and its interior is now notably hushed from wind and road noise—which were overbearing on previous versions. Know, however, that this is about all you're getting. The 2009 has been a great car and very comfortable ride. All Subarus are engineered to use 95-octane gas; anything lower and you'll have engine knocking and increased engine wear, not to mention lowered mileage. For the entry level hatch, the fit and finish are mediocre with a lot of cracking and rattling in the unpadded dash.
I don't know whether there is any effect on mileage because I was only 50 miles from home. My 2010 Forester with 5 spd is doing the exact same thing with P2097. You could get a cold-air intake, but its not very useful unless you're racing or have a turbo! Is the primary O2 sensor still reasonable to replace? Summer is a blast as well with the very sticky stock summer tires they come with. Forgot to mention that it is getting 28 to 30 mpg. The transmission is strong and reliable, engine runs sound, and brakes still feel great. It's also the easiest part to replace. But there was a major difference in performance, 95 gives me much better torque and acceleration but it does hurt my wallet.