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2004 Subaru Legacy ABS Control Module Wiring Diagram

The following schematic diagram shows the 2004 Subaru Legacy ABS Control Module Wiring Diagram. The ABS control module consists of: ABS control module and hydraulic control unit, data link connector, caliper body, G sensor, two-way connector, transmission control module, stop light switch, diagnosis connector master cylinder, magnetic encoder seal,Brake and EBD warning light, ABS warning light, and ABS wheel speed sensor.

1992 Subaru Legacy Air Conditioning A/C Switch and Relay Circuit

The 1992 Subaru Legacy Air Conditioning (A/C) switch turns the A/C system on or off. The operation of the switch is transmitted to the ECU. The A/C cut relay breaks the current flow to the compressor, through the use of an output signal from the ECU, for a certain period of time. The following schematic shows the 1992 Subaru Legacy Air Conditioning A/C Switch and Relay circuit/wiring diagram.

1992 Subaru Legacy Cruise Control System Schematic and Wiring Diagram

The following schematic shows detail of 1992 Subaru Legacy Cruise Control System Schematic and Wiring Diagram. The 1992 Subaru Legacy Cruise Control system compares the actual car speed detected by feedback signals from speed sensor incorporated in speedometer with the speed set in the memory memorized when set switch was tuned on.

2002 Subaru Legacy Airbag Control Module Schematic

The 2002 Subaru Legacy airbag control module is usually installed in front of the front floor tunnel. It detects the vehicle’s deceleration by receiving electrical signals from its inside safety and electric sensors as well as the front sub sensors and judges whether to inflate the airbags.

Subaru Legacy Wiring Diagram and Engine Electrical System (2001)

The Subaru Legacy was first unveiled in February 1989. The following manual provide detail description, illustration and explanation of 2001 Legacy’s wiring diagram and engine electrical system. This manual includes the procedures for maintenance, disassembling, reassembling, inspection and adjustment of components and diagnostics for guidance of experienced mechanics.