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Old 06-20-2011, 10:21 PM   #76
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You might find that the idle will eventually even itself out.

The recall isn't the only thing that causes this. Sometimes after replacing a dead battery or resetting the ECM after a check engine light will cause the same condition. It should go away on it's own once the ECM relearns the idle. However, cleaning the throttle body won't hurt at all and will help things along.
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Old 08-20-2011, 02:25 PM   #77
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Name: Matt D. (Assist Serv. Manager)

Make: 2005 Outback XT Limited

Mileage: 72000

Time Out Of Use: Weeks +

Problem And Likely Cause: The car starts, the security light comes on, then dies. ECU code: P1578 (Meter Failure) and BIU code: B0403 E/G request NG.

Modifications: STI intercooler, STI turbo, ECM Reprograming.

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): No.

Reason Given For Denial: Mods to engine and ECU.

Your Story: First dealership diag and found bad BIU (Body Integrated Unit), replaced. No change. Further in diag chart called for replacing the Meter (Gauges), replaced and no change. Our dealership diag chart calls for replacing the ECM. Replaced and no change. Dealer called Subaru TechLine and they recomended replacing keys, did no change. Next step replacing Main Wiring Harness, replaced and no change. On a whim replaced the starter switch and immobilizer antenna and no change. 2 Senior Master techs and Subaru TechLine are stumped. Any help would be great to: mattdomes@gmail.com

Either this car is cursed or ... no its cursed. No fix at this point.

Update: Always check all the grounds on the engine, by chance found the rear lower engine grounds loose. Problem solved this time.

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Old 09-29-2011, 05:17 PM   #78
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Name: THOMAS

Make: 2006 WRX TR

Mileage: 83k

Time Out Of Use: a long while

Problem And Likely Cause: Front drivers side directional does not work; via hazards or turn directional. Not sure of the cause.

Modifications: vf39, sti tmic, 3port ebcs, 3"dp, phenolic spacers, meth/water kit

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): No

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Your Story: Bought the car in 2008 realised the directional wasnt working, thougt it was just a bulb out; didnt think much of it until i removed the headligt to change the bulb to realise it still didnt work. Then i had to remove the housing again and tested the plug for the bulb with a what-cha-ma-call-it/ voltmeter thing, to find out no juice was getting to the bulb.
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Old 02-27-2012, 01:48 PM   #79
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Name: Drew

Make: 2010 WRX

Mileage: 30k

Time Out Of Use: not out of use

Problem And Likely Cause: p1578 unknown code, also threw 2 camshaft codes and crankshaft code (don't remember the codes) and key communications failure code (due to remote start)

Modifications: injectors, inlet, intake, tgv deletes, full exhaust (high flow cat), ewg, e-85, fuel pump, viper 5901 remote start/security system

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): No

Reason Given For Denial: N/A

Your Story: started my car and as I was driving away, i would hear an odd noise for 2-3 seconds before my ewg would open up. plugged in my AP and got the codes, i've had the crank and cam codes before while remote starting, but never the P1578. in my infinite wisdom i mistakenly hit reset ecu. the noise and code haven't come back in 300 miles.
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Old 03-08-2012, 12:18 AM   #80
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I cant find anything regarding TGV's. Has anybody had problems with aftermarket warrenties fixing tgv's and related components?
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Old 05-31-2014, 04:11 PM   #81
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absolutely nothing lol
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Old 07-20-2014, 05:17 PM   #82
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Name: Brad

Make: 09 sti hatch

Mileage: 35405

Time Out Of Use: 0

Problem And Likely Cause: engine light and other sensors coming on and for cause don't know

Modifications: exhaust

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): not yet

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Your Story: just got the car 3 days ago its used and had the motor rebuilt will get paperwork on what was rebuilt on it but any ways so the reverse lights are not coming on when i throw it in reverse the tire sensor light is on all the time the tires were over flatted so i fixed that and let air out still on, and the hill assist light is also on which means its off and have no clue how to turn it on, then yesterday heading to formula drift in Seattle my cars check engine light came on and the s mode light started flashing and the cruise control light also started flashing then the traction control light came on saying it was turned of so i unplugged the battery and they reset but then on the way back home they came on again, unplug and they turn off so then i took my sister for a ride in it today and she unbuckled her seat belt before i stopped the car and then a few secs after leaving the airbag light came on and the passenger seat light came on and the car started shuttering i got it home and read about the reset on the seats and i unplugged the battery again and the light for the seats have not came back on so what the heck is going on i think tomorrow i am going to drive it to Subaru and have them check it out and i don't want to give it back to the dealership because this is my dream car i love it and i hope its not a lemon and when i signed the paperwork i did get a 2 year extended warranty so what is going on with my ride any help would be appreciated thanks
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Old 07-20-2014, 09:23 PM   #83
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Name: Brad

Make: 09 sti hatch

Mileage: 35405

Time Out Of Use: 0

Problem And Likely Cause: engine light and other sensors coming on and for cause don't know

Modifications: exhaust

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): not yet

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Your Story: just got the car 3 days ago its used and had the motor rebuilt will get paperwork on what was rebuilt on it but any ways so the reverse lights are not coming on when i throw it in reverse the tire sensor light is on all the time the tires were over flatted so i fixed that and let air out still on, and the hill assist light is also on which means its off and have no clue how to turn it on, then yesterday heading to formula drift in Seattle my cars check engine light came on and the s mode light started flashing and the cruise control light also started flashing then the traction control light came on saying it was turned of so i unplugged the battery and they reset but then on the way back home they came on again, unplug and they turn off so then i took my sister for a ride in it today and she unbuckled her seat belt before i stopped the car and then a few secs after leaving the airbag light came on and the passenger seat light came on and the car started shuttering i got it home and read about the reset on the seats and i unplugged the battery again and the light for the seats have not came back on so what the heck is going on i think tomorrow i am going to drive it to Subaru and have them check it out and i don't want to give it back to the dealership because this is my dream car i love it and i hope its not a lemon and when i signed the paperwork i did get a 2 year extended warranty so what is going on with my ride any help would be appreciated thanks
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Old 07-21-2014, 11:52 AM   #84
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Name: Brad

Make: 09 sti hatch

Mileage: 35405

Time Out Of Use: 0

Problem And Likely Cause: engine light and other sensors coming on and for cause don't know

Modifications: exhaust

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): not yet

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Your Story: just got the car 3 days ago its used and had the motor rebuilt will get paperwork on what was rebuilt on it but any ways so the reverse lights are not coming on when i throw it in reverse the tire sensor light is on all the time the tires were over flatted so i fixed that and let air out still on, and the hill assist light is also on which means its off and have no clue how to turn it on, then yesterday heading to formula drift in Seattle my cars check engine light came on and the s mode light started flashing and the cruise control light also started flashing then the traction control light came on saying it was turned of so i unplugged the battery and they reset but then on the way back home they came on again, unplug and they turn off so then i took my sister for a ride in it today and she unbuckled her seat belt before i stopped the car and then a few secs after leaving the airbag light came on and the passenger seat light came on and the car started shuttering i got it home and read about the reset on the seats and i unplugged the battery again and the light for the seats have not came back on so what the heck is going on i think tomorrow i am going to drive it to Subaru and have them check it out and i don't want to give it back to the dealership because this is my dream car i love it and i hope its not a lemon and when i signed the paperwork i did get a 2 year extended warranty so what is going on with my ride any help would be appreciated thanks
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Old 09-05-2014, 11:21 PM   #85
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Other than sharing and venting a bit about our personal experiences, do these help SOA get things taken care of?


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Old 09-07-2014, 10:34 AM   #86
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No. What can happen is those who work in the industry and for Subaru dealers can offer insight to help the poster. Other than that it is a bitch fest most likely with some important info omitted from the post.
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Old 12-22-2014, 07:36 PM   #87
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Hey guys! My 2014 sti is at the dealer right now and they said I have low compression in cylinder 1. I had an accessport which I unstalled and retrained the ecu afterwards. My car has about 11k miles. They tell me my ecu has 15 starts on it. And I should have about 10 starts on it every 1k miles. They said since I have 15 starts on it that they know I reflashhed my ecu. They haven't denied my warranty claim yet but are pretty set on the fact that I did and I most likely won't get it fixed under warranty.

My question is, does the amount of starts on it really prove anything? When SOA comes and checks my ecu will they see any trace of the AP? I saw another thread where Cobb said they cannot find a trace let alone how many times the car was started. I also read that Cobb wasn't aware of any start counters in subaru vehicles. But that was back in 2011 so I guess it's safe to assume they implemented some sort of counter. Any help is appreciated!
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Old 12-22-2014, 08:43 PM   #88
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I'm thinking you mis-understood your dealer, or there was some mis-translation along the chain... Starts don't matter, nor does it even make sense. The flash counter or the checksum are what can be checked, and yours isn't matching to what it should be. Not much you can do, you took the risk when you flashed it.
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Old 12-22-2014, 11:33 PM   #89
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I'm thinking you mis-understood your dealer, or there was some mis-translation along the chain... Starts don't matter, nor does it even make sense. The flash counter or the checksum are what can be checked, and yours isn't matching to what it should be. Not much you can do, you took the risk when you flashed it.
Care to elaborate on the flash counter and checksum systems?
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Old 12-23-2014, 01:36 PM   #90
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If SOA wants to see if you flashed your ECU, they can despite what COBB claims(even they can't promise the AP is undetectable). It is not a flash counter or a cheksum per say, but the SSM 3 can run a few tests on the ECU to determine if it has been flashed.
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Old 12-23-2014, 06:10 PM   #91
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If SOA wants to see if you flashed your ECU, they can despite what COBB claims(even they can't promise the AP is undetectable). It is not a flash counter or a cheksum per say, but the SSM 3 can run a few tests on the ECU to determine if it has been flashed.


Ahh so I may be SOL.. Anybody know any good motor builders in cali?
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Old 12-25-2014, 08:45 PM   #92
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You're probably sol anyway now since you posted it on this forum with a bunch of soa members.
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Old 12-28-2014, 06:43 AM   #93
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You're probably sol anyway now since you posted it on this forum with a bunch of soa members.


Yeah!! Since I posted all my info they would need to know who I am right....?

Man ur right!!
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Old 01-18-2015, 01:17 PM   #94
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Name: Morgan

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Mileage: 15000

Time Out Of Use: None

Problem And Likely Cause: Analog SPT boost gauge is displaying -10 below normal operating range. Under no load with the engine running the gauge is displaying -25 mmhg and under full boost it is only displaying only 10 PSI. The engine still has full power but the gauge is broken.

Modifications: Tein coilovers, Kartboy shifter with bushings, front and rear sway bars, rear differential bushing inserts.

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: Lowered suspension

Your Story: At first dealership state that they couldn't figure out which gauge was displaying incorrectly. I explained to them that it was the boost gauge and immediately was told that it has a margin of error. They then said that since I have lowered suspension that it could be causing the issue. I asked them if Subaru of America denied the claim and that said that they don't work under Subaru of America but Subaru of Hawaii.

I plan on contacting talking to the Manager and contacting Subaru of America, explaining my situation and providing them with photos.
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Old 01-27-2015, 06:10 PM   #95
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Make: 2014 WRX

Mileage: 15000

Time Out Of Use: None

Problem And Likely Cause: Analog SPT boost gauge is displaying -10 below normal operating range. Under no load with the engine running the gauge is displaying -25 mmhg and under full boost it is only displaying only 10 PSI. The engine still has full power but the gauge is broken.

Modifications: Tein coilovers, Kartboy shifter with bushings, front and rear sway bars, rear differential bushing inserts.

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: Lowered suspension

Your Story: At first dealership state that they couldn't figure out which gauge was displaying incorrectly. I explained to them that it was the boost gauge and immediately was told that it has a margin of error. They then said that since I have lowered suspension that it could be causing the issue. I asked them if Subaru of America denied the claim and that said that they don't work under Subaru of America but Subaru of Hawaii.

I plan on contacting talking to the Manager and contacting Subaru of America, explaining my situation and providing them with photos.
The lowered suspension is causing an incorrect boost reading? Total bull, did you contact Subaru of Hawaii first? If you argue that I cannot imagine them being able to prove your suspension is the problem. Unless you for some reason messed with your motor in the process...
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Old 01-27-2015, 07:29 PM   #96
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Name: Morgan

Make: 2014 WRX

Mileage: 15000

Time Out Of Use: None

Problem And Likely Cause: Analog SPT boost gauge is displaying -10 below normal operating range. Under no load with the engine running the gauge is displaying -25 mmhg and under full boost it is only displaying only 10 PSI. The engine still has full power but the gauge is broken.

Modifications: Tein coilovers, Kartboy shifter with bushings, front and rear sway bars, rear differential bushing inserts.

Submitted For Warranty Work (Yes/No): Yes

Reason Given For Denial: Lowered suspension

Your Story: At first dealership state that they couldn't figure out which gauge was displaying incorrectly. I explained to them that it was the boost gauge and immediately was told that it has a margin of error. They then said that since I have lowered suspension that it could be causing the issue. I asked them if Subaru of America denied the claim and that said that they don't work under Subaru of America but Subaru of Hawaii.

I plan on contacting talking to the Manager and contacting Subaru of America, explaining my situation and providing them with photos.
"Subaru of Hawaii" big red flag.

Every. Single. Subaru. Dealer. In. America. Answers. To. SOA. Period.

They gave you a bull**** excuse to get out of doing the work. I'd go BACK to the dealer and state that if they do not fix this under warranty, that you will be contacting SOA.
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Old 01-28-2015, 04:47 PM   #97
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"Subaru of Hawaii" big red flag.

Every. Single. Subaru. Dealer. In. America. Answers. To. SOA. Period.

They gave you a bull**** excuse to get out of doing the work. I'd go BACK to the dealer and state that if they do not fix this under warranty, that you will be contacting SOA.
Yes.....and No.....

Subaru of Hawaii is its own company. They deal with Subaru of America, however, they have the authority to deny their own warranty:

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Repairs made to “foreign vehicles” are not eligible for warranty reimbursement through SOA unless a reciprocal agreement with a specific country or territory has been established. SOA currently has reciprocal warranty agreements with:

*Canada - Subaru Canada, Inc. - 905-568-4959 (see note below)
Hawaii - Subaru Hawaii - 808-839-2273
Guam - Prestige Automobiles - 671-633-2698
Mexico - Subamex, S.A. de C.V. - 011-52-81-100-18-900 (Must have international access)
Puerto Rico - Trebol Subaru of P.R., Inc. - 787-793-2828
Virgin Islands - (Same as Puerto Rico)

Vehicles originating from these areas may be repaired by retailers under agreement with SOA or their Independent Distributors.
The reciprocal agreement comes into play when the vehicle is repaired in the US. Otherwise the above Subaru companies have say over the warranty
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Yes.....and No.....

Subaru of Hawaii is its own company. They deal with Subaru of America, however, they have the authority to deny their own warranty:
This. Same with Toyota as well.
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Old 02-01-2015, 03:52 AM   #99
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"Subaru of Hawaii" big red flag.

Every. Single. Subaru. Dealer. In. America. Answers. To. SOA. Period.

They gave you a bull**** excuse to get out of doing the work. I'd go BACK to the dealer and state that if they do not fix this under warranty, that you will be contacting SOA.

So Subaru of Hawaii is a "thing." I contacted SOA and they expressed authentic concern in regards of my situation and told me to take it to an independent mechanic to have the vehicle inspected and if the mechanic states that the vehicle is defective due to no part of my aftermarket parts then SOA will pay for the vehicle to be repaired at no cost.
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So Subaru of Hawaii is a "thing." I contacted SOA and they expressed authentic concern in regards of my situation and told me to take it to an independent mechanic to have the vehicle inspected and if the mechanic states that the vehicle is defective due to no part of my aftermarket parts then SOA will pay for the vehicle to be repaired at no cost.
Subaru of Hawaii is a DEALER. Subaru of America is the MANUFACTURER.

Suspension has absolutely NOTHING to do with an electronics malfunction.
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