Head Gasket Symptoms in a Subaru?

Answer A Subaru's head gasket can wear through or even crack, causing loss of power, fuel efficiency or engine failure. The head gasket must be replaced as soon as possible to minimize any damage. Early d... Read More »

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How to Replace a Head Gasket on a Subaru 2.5?

Replacing the head gaskets on a Subaru 2.5 is a procedure that may be completed while the engine is still in the car. It is a challenging task that should be attempted only by someone with consider... Read More »

Head Gasket Problems on a 2.5L Subaru WRX?

The Subaru offers a turbocharged 2.5-liter engine. If the vehicle overheats or starts to leak fluids, such as motor oil or coolant, this may be because of a blown head gasket. When this occurs, you... Read More »

How to Replace a Subaru 1.8 Head Gasket?

Whether a Legacy, Forester, Impreza or Outback, replacing the cylinder head gasket in a Subaru is similar. You will need to pay close attention to the type of engine, since a Subaru 1.8-liter engin... Read More »

How to Change a Subaru 2.5 Head Gasket?

The head gaskets sit between the cylinder head and engine block in the Subaru 2.5's engine. The head gaskets seal the cylinders to ensure maximum efficiency so it's important to change the head gas... Read More »