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Asked by Mar 15, 2017 at 10:03 PM about the 1999 Subaru Legacy 4 Dr Outback AWD Wagon

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I already replace engine coolant sensor we
even let the air out yesterday, but today my
temperature gauge is i I already replace
engine coolant sensor we even let the air
out yesterday, but today my temperature
gauge is is about 70% hot but when I hit
the break it goes down to 50%. Do you
think I should just go to the Subaru dealer  
and buy original engine coolant sensor

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Go to the Subaru dealer

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No. Have motor checked for percolation of combustion gases into coolant. If yes, throw the car away as the repair is costly ($1.6k min) and rarely permanent. Sorry.

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