Subaru overheating light

2004 subaru outback I have an interesting situation: About a month ago my subaru started overheating on the highway. I pulled off the exit and opened the hood. The reserve tank was full so I opened the radiator cap. This seemed to "Burp" the air and the coolant sucked back in after I started it back up. I did not have any issues again for three ...

6 Most Common Reasons Your Car Overheats. With summer on its way, temperatures are rising – and the risk of your car overheating is on an upward trend as well. After all, if your car is baking in the sun at 90 to 100 degrees and the engine hasn’t even been turned on, you’re working at a significant disadvantage.

So, today my DD 2005 WRX died and the CEL (p0244) & oil light came on, all 3 at about the same time. From what I understand, P0244 is from overboost, so it makes sense that the fuel pump would cut off and make the car die. What I don't understand is why the oil light came on and why the car... then today it started to overheat even while at a constant speed. so i pulled into walmart, let it cool down, and grabbed a gallon of water and topped it off. it was about 1qt low on coolant. it was very obvious at that time that the coolant tank is filling up to the point of overflowing, and hence causing a lack of coolant, and hence ...

SUBARU says that their reason for changing to a warning light instead of a gauge is to more quickly catch your attention while driving. They say that if you see a flashing red temperature icon on your instrument cluster, your car is close to overheating and you should slow down and check it out. Dec 31, 2005 · did the car overheat at all before the CE light came on the first time? what came first the CE light or the overheating or did you never see the temp gauge before the CE light came on? subaru is not liable. even if they diagnosed it *wrong*, there is no way to prove anything, so i'd abandon trying to prove them wrong. most likely the body shop ...