Outback Subaru

Asked by Jun 27, 2018 at 10:35 AM about the 2002 Subaru Outback

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

When I drive my car, it’s just fine, but after awhile
it’ll start to slow down and the brakes would tighten
up. I feel like I’m really pushing it when I step on the
gas, cause it struggles to get past 30-40 mph in this
state. Also the car won’t move without stepping on
the gas, so when I’m at a red light, it’ll stay still
without me stepping on the brakes.

3 Answers

14,980

Sounds like a bad MAP sensor or worn out 4EAT trans. Check the MAP first.

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170,165

You want your car to go without stepping on the gas?

14,980

He wants it to crawl in D at idle (6mph).

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