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A Buyer’s Guide to the 2012 Subaru Tribeca
This 7-passenger SUV may have trouble keeping its head above water in the sea of competition, but its standard AWD, clean exterior lines and style-forward cockpit design make it an attractive choice in...

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Car shuddering at 15 mph, squealing wheel and sticking starter - 2005 Subaru B9 Tribeca
The "shuddering" you mention when braking at low speeds could be caused by either a "warped" brake rotor or by worn out control arm bushings. The sticking starter issue is either the starter bendix or starter pinion/ring gear binding. These...
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Trouble running when the engine warms up, dash lights on - 2007 Subaru B9 Tribeca
The P0137/P0157 codes indicate the "rear" (behind the catalytic converters) oxygen sensors are not functioning properly. In turn, they are signaling (incorrectly) for more fuel, which is causing the P0172/P0175 over-rich codes. This is clogging your converters, as well as...
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Rear differential temp light on - 2006 Subaru B9 Tribeca
Despite the connector appearing OK, this is an indication of 0 (zero) resistance or a short in this circuit. It's possible the temperature sensor on the differential is itself shorted, or there is a short elsewhere in this circuit. This...
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Where is the crankshaft sensor located on the 3.6 engine
Hey there. On your 2008 Tribeca Subaru, the sensor is on the rear of the motor near the flywheel side under a protective cover that is accessed after the air intake chamber is removed. If you need help with this...
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Bluish exhaust smoke upon startup
With higher mileage like your vehicle has, the exhaust valve stem seals wear, allowing a tiny amount of oil to seep onto the exhaust valve while the car is sitting. When you start it up, this oil is burned up...
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Brake pedal quit working once
Absolutely. Get this puppy checked out thoroughly before driving it further to avoid a dangerous problem. Something isn't right - possibly a problem with the brake fluid or brake cylinders. Not having reliable brakes is a serious safety hazard. If...
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How much to replace O2 sensors on 2008 Subaru Tribeca?
Hi there. It's hard to say for sure whether the warning light you're getting is caused by the O2 sensors themselves. It is very common for the sensors electrical harness to be faulty or the catalytic converter to be worn...
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Hello I replaced my battery and now the check engine light is on and a slow start now. Also the cruise light blinks
When the battery is disconnected, the engine control module loses memorized adjustments it has "learned" to keep the engine operating properly. In some cases, this results in poor starting or idling after the battery is reconnected, but the symptoms should...
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My AC works most of the time, but sometimes it doesn't turn on. Is this normal, or will this get worse?What could be wrong?
Hi Julissa. Thanks for contacting us today. There are several possibilities here, ranging from a damaged AC actuator, loose electrical connections or a damaged AC control module. Since there are multiple possibilities that could be causing the AC to not...
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How many camshaft position sensors are there on a tribeca 3.6 h6 motor?
Hello. There are actually only two cam position sensors on your vehicle. They are however two crank position sensors on your vehicle which people often get mixed up for cam position sensors which has helped start a rumor that Subaru...

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