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Änderungen an 2010 Subaru Forester P0026 Fault - RH Oil Switching Solenoid Valve and RH Oil Pressure Switch Replacement Einleitung

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The two components that are being replaced in this guide are the RH Oil Switching Valve Solenoid and the Variable Valve lift Diagnosis Oil Pressure Switch to fix a P0026 fault code.code (Intake Valve Control Solenoid Circuit Range/Performance Bank 1). [ … ] The fault is associated with Subaru's Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) system which changes the intake camshaft angle using oil pressure to improve engine torque fuel economy etc. [ … ] Web searches indicate that other causes of the P0026 fault code include dirty oil and filters. Also, a wiring fault could also be a cause, you may like to inspect and test the wiring before replacing components. [ … ] I didn't bother with wiring checks as my wiring looked alright, and from my experience in maintenance the component with the moving part is the most likely cause (solenoid/switch). [ … ] It is recommended that you start by changing the Oil Pressure Switch first only because it is significantly cheaper than the solenoid and then test driving the car. If you don’t want to take any chances or didn’t have time to fault find like me, I just replaced both (that’s what my local Subaru mechanic does as well, as they don’t want call backs). [ … ] From all reports, the same part number solenoid and switch are located on the left hand bank 2 of the engine. So you have the option of swapping the parts over and seeing if the fault transfers over causing a different fault code. [ … ] Naturally the OEM solenoid costs a small fortune in Australia about $230.00 and the switch costs about $70.00. [ … ] Buy them online if you can! Amazon has them. [ … ] ***Check the Part Numbers against your cars VIN number to make sure they fit your model Subaru. There are plenty of websites that can tell you this information. [ … ] Solenoid OEM part number 10921AA040 Oil Pressure Switch OEM part number 25240AA060
The two components that are being replaced in this guide are the RH Oil Switching Valve Solenoid and the Variable Valve lift Diagnosis Oil Pressure Switch to fix a P0026 fault code.code (Intake Valve Control Solenoid Circuit Range/Performance Bank 1). [ … ] The fault is associated with Subaru's Continuously Variable Valve Timing (CVVT) system which changes the intake camshaft angle using oil pressure to improve engine torque fuel economy etc. [ … ] Web searches indicate that other causes of the P0026 fault code include dirty oil and filters. Also, a wiring fault could also be a cause, you may like to inspect and test the wiring before replacing components. [ … ] I didn't bother with wiring checks as my wiring looked alright, and from my experience in maintenance the component with the moving part is the most likely cause (solenoid/switch). [ … ] It is recommended that you start by changing the Oil Pressure Switch first only because it is significantly cheaper than the solenoid and then test driving the car. If you don’t want to take any chances or didn’t have time to fault find like me, I just replaced both (that’s what my local Subaru mechanic does as well, as they don’t want call backs). [ … ] From all reports, the same part number solenoid and switch are located on the left hand bank 2 of the engine. So you have the option of swapping the parts over and seeing if the fault transfers over causing a different fault code. [ … ] Naturally the OEM solenoid costs a small fortune in Australia about $230.00 and the switch costs about $70.00. [ … ] Buy them online if you can! Amazon has them. [ … ] ***Check the Part Numbers against your cars VIN number to make sure they fit your model Subaru. There are plenty of websites that can tell you this information. [ … ] Solenoid OEM part number 10921AA040 Oil Pressure Switch OEM part number 25240AA060
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