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Unread 17th May 2019, 09:02 PM
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and i thought putting back front sway bar will be good idea and my car will be more stable on high speeds on road...well and then this happen. because look what position sway bar is there and car just stands on flat ground there. so of course it will ripp off anything ill put there or if that will be stronger then something else will take a hit

this doesn't make any sense to me.


On flat ground, regardless of lift, there should be no load in your swaybar unless there's binding somewhere - and the mounts will line up.


Double check you don't have other issues.


Oh - and those types of links are always a bit sloppy, I've found.
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Unread 18th May 2019, 12:42 PM
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just one side broke off, other side is still connected thats why.
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Unread 25th May 2019, 04:34 PM
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ABS errors codes came up first time after removing steering rack and putting it back ... duno i didnt touched rear wheels but i have now ABS codes 38 and 28 and it for rear left ABS sensors and rear left outlet valve. so where those come from...
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Unread 27th May 2019, 12:29 AM
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Maybe you disturbed something on or near the brake force distribution unit (can't remember exact name) which is near the steering shaft on my Foz?

Also, have a look over at subaruforester.org
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Unread 27th May 2019, 01:35 AM
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^Yup, check the connection of that as it might be loose after your steering rack removal. Cheers.
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Unread 27th May 2019, 03:14 AM
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I think im reading codes wrong way. In this pdf file it looks more complicated

I need to read some intervals not just count blinking there or smt i got confused here now.
Still looking for some pics like where i need to look for those wires or conectors as i dont see on car where some abs or ebd wires could be near steering rack. And i checked stuff arround there nothing loose nothing that would be damaged or smt.
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Unread 27th May 2019, 03:33 AM
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You do not have an OBDII reader?
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Unread 27th May 2019, 03:44 AM
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Odb2 reader doesnt show abs codes just cars ecu codes.at least that bluetooth one. Maybe cable reader to pc would show more not sure. But i didint broke notin just by removing stearing rack so must be something im still not seeing there maybe some wires maybe.
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Ah yes, good point!
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Unread 28th May 2019, 06:14 AM
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still nothing on that ABS error. all cables looks ok if only i would know how those cable goes and does this car have some wheel angle sensors i dont think so speed ones sure but other kind ? VDS has its own sensors but they not measure angles i think . i would think so there is that socket to read ABS codes why its no way to reset them , then if its active error it would came up right away on again and if its not active error it would go away . or do i need go to garage that they would plug computer i would pay them money and they would reset my ABS codes.
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