Subaru Legacy 2007

Asked by Nov 22, 2016 at 01:12 PM about the 2007 Subaru Legacy 2.5i Special Edition

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

Hey guys...i own a subaru legacy 2007...i need to
know weather its a problem or feature...when
holding acceleration at 4000rpm in Parking gear for
about 30 to 45 seconds the engines cuts off power
and the rev drops and starts playing between 1000
to 2000rmp...any idea what might be the problem

7 Answers

6,550

"...weather (is) a problem..."? usually not; but extended racing in Park isn't a good idea!

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7,215

What is moving you to race the engine at 4k rpm in park? Is this on initial cold startup and are you in a cold environment?

I was actually jump starting another car whose battery was completely dead and thats wen i realised the engine cuts off after sometimes

7,215

HA! I'll be honest, for some reason I was thinking 30-45 minutes. Okay, well, I'm no pro but it might be load related, like it's dipping into the charge sector of the alternator after that long of messing with said dead battery and trying to start their car? idk. I was thinking maybe something sensor/ A-F related and it's having to fluctuate or like open/closed loop. idk...does it run fine otherwise?

7,215

Sorry I said idk a lot. That's kind of a "hmm, thinking" thought.

yes the car works fine otherwise...even when am not jump starting any car and i hold the accelarator for like 30 to 40 seconds its got the same issue.

6,550

Hey Doc: it hurts when I do this! Have a fine Thanksgiving....

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