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Old 04-30-2013, 10:14 PM   #1
2005stisnt
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Default 2005 rs misfire

hey guys i have a 05 with 171k on the heads and 70k on the block and top end i reclenty threw a misfire code after the same thing hapned for a coil pack a month ago so i tried to erase thinking it was nothing and it had an error screen on my dad mac code reader dug deeper it is contiously misfiring and will studer come in sudden bursts of power and bog down i did a crompresion test all fine changed plugs coils and and nothing so my delema is where do i go from here? for mods i dont know if it makes a difrent but a track pipe to a hks cat back but i have a spacer so no light via that but i am catless
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Old 04-30-2013, 11:39 PM   #2
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First off, punctuation and grammar go a long way.

Secondly, Subarus are notorious for misfires. Other things to check are your knock sensor, cam sensor, crank sensor, MAF, and o2 sensors.
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