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The Subaru Impreza, launched in 1992 by the renowned Japanese automaker Subaru, is a compact car currently in its fifth generation. Offered in both 4- and 5-door body styles, and a coupe version between 1995 and 2001, the Impreza initially debuted as a hatchback. Subaru designed it with both front-wheel drive and all-wheel drive variants, the latter becoming a unique staple in some markets since the late 1990s. Equipped with a boxer engine, the Impreza is known for its minimal body roll and balanced vibrations, enhancing ride comfort and stability. An off-road styled variant was introduced, exclusively in North America, complementing its diverse line-up . The third-generation Impreza, launched at the 2007 New York Auto Show, discontinued the station wagon and replaced it with a five-door hatchback and a four-door sedan. This generation marked improvements in size, rigidity, and safety features without compromising on weight, thanks to Subaru's meticulous design approach. Inside, passengers enjoy ample room, impressive head and legroom, and high-quality materials, attesting to the car's premium quality. By 2014, Subaru detached the WRX and WRX STI models from the Impreza name, marking a shift in the company's strategy.

As mileage accrues, wear and tear on your Subaru Impreza is inevitable, but early diagnosis and problem-solving can prolong its lifespan. One of the common problems is suspension failure, noticeable by signs like uneven tire wear, grinding or roaring noises from the tire area, leaking grease from bearings, vehicle bottoming out, vibrating steering wheel, and play in the wheels. Such symptoms warrant a thorough check of the Impreza's wheel bearing, wheel seal, and coil spring insulator. Another prevalent issue is engine failure, often marked by reduced performance, loss of acceleration power, poor fuel efficiency, whining noises, and starting problems. If your Impreza is consuming more fuel or the Check Engine Light is on, check the oil filter, fuel pump, speedometer cable, A/C idler pulley, and timing cover. Other parts like the brake light switch, which may cause your brake lights to malfunction, and components like wiper blades and headlights, which are susceptible to damage, also require meticulous maintenance.

When it comes to top-class quality and functionality, original equipment manufacturer parts are without doubt the only choice. They undergo strict quality checks and are built to Subaru's factory specifications for easy installation. Should you require any OEM Subaru Impreza parts, including Inner Accessories, Manual Transmission, feel free to browse through our comprehensive catalogue of genuine Subaru Impreza parts, such as Outer Accessories, Differential & Propeller Shaft. Not only do we offer these parts at market-leading prices, even outperforming the affordability of cheap aftermarket parts, but we also ensure rapid delivery and provide a manufacturer's warranty as standard.

Subaru Impreza Parts Questions & Answers

  • Q: How Do You Remove and Install Clutch Disc,Clutch Fork,Pressure Plate and Release Bearing on Subaru Impreza?
    A: To remove the clutch, the transaxle must be detached and the engine supported. Use a clutch alignment tool to support the clutch disc during removal. Inspect the flywheel and pressure plate for indexing marks and loosen the pressure plate-to-flywheel bolts. During installation, clean the flywheel and pressure plate surfaces, position the clutch disc and pressure plate against the flywheel, and secure with an alignment tool. Tighten the pressure plate-to-flywheel bolts in a crisscross pattern, lubricate, and install the release bearing. Finally, reinstall the transaxle and all components.
  • Q: What are the functions of the driveshaft,Axle Shaft and Universal Joint in power transmission system?
    A: The driveshaft, connecting the transaxle and rear differential, uses a splined sleeve yoke and is bolted to the differential pinion flange. It has universal joints at both ends and a third behind the center bearing, a ball-type bearing in a rubber cushion. All models have two front and rear axle shafts, with an inner and outer ball-and-cage type CV joint or a tri-pot inner joint and a ball-and-cage outer joint. The inner CV joint can be disassembled, but the axleshaft and outer CV joint cannot. Driveshaft issues are typically signaled by noise or vibration while driving.
  • Q: How to Check the Back-up Light and Neutral Switches on a Subaru Impreza?
    A: Raise the vehicle and support it securely on jackstands, the back-up light switch and Neutral Safety Switch are located on the left side of the transaxle, on turbo models, remove the inter cooler. To check either switch, trace the electrical lead back to its connector and hook up an ohmmeter. To check the back-up light switch, put the transaxle into reverse and verify that there's continuity (zero or low resistance), then put the transaxle in any other gear and verify that there's no continuity (higher infinite resistance). To check the Neutral Safety Switch, put the transaxle in Neutral and verify that there's continuity (zero or low resistance), then put the transaxle in any other gear and verify that there's no continuity (high or infinite resistance). If either switch fails to operate as described, replace it by unscrewing and removing the old switch, installing the new switch (make sure the washer is installed) and tightening it to the torque, then plugging in the electrical connector and verifying that the new switch works properly.