Subaru Legacy Thermostat

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          Subaru Legacy Thermostat

          All-wheel drive is one feature of your Legacy that makes winter driving a breeze. However, if you notice the heater isn't working, a thermostat that doesn't close is a likely cause. AutoZone carries the Subaru Legacy thermostat that's right for your car, so replacing it is simple and straightforward.

          When a Legacy thermostat is stuck partially closed, the car's engine runs warm. If it's completely ruined, the temperature gauge tops out a few minutes into your drive. Overheating is often fatal for an engine, so start your repair job right away by visiting AutoZone online or in person, where we're providing the right products at the right prices. Trustworthy advice provided by helpful staff is available to make purchasing and installing your thermostat replacement for Subaru Legacy yourself easier. You can even take advantage of free battery charging and engine diagnostic testing during your visit.

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          Juan

          in a year

          Loved the product, after buying the gasket and fitting it, it literally took me ten minutes to remove all coolant and take the old thermostat out and put the new one in and my overheating issue went away immediately.

          What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Subaru Legacy outback limited.

          Loved the product, after buying the gasket and fitting it, it literally took me ten minutes to remove all coolant and take the old thermostat out and put the new one in and my overheating issue went away immediately.

          What kind of vehicle do you drive? 2000 Subaru Legacy outback limited.