2003 WRX Automatic transmission completely stock 50,000 miles hesitation during
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    2003 WRX Automatic transmission completely stock 50,000 miles hesitation during

    acceleration. No check engine light. No vacuum leak/checked hoses. Only shop to work on it was at Subaru for the recall in which they replaced the fuel line underneath the intake manifold. This was over a year ago, and I don't beet on the car. So Now I get hesitation, mainly at higher speeds, surging is a better word. Just wondering for once again/stock car, what is the better guess. Did Subaru mess up my intake manifold during the recall ,(and yes it was fine before going 125mph), or is my factory boost solenoid going out at 50,000 miles? And I'm pretty sure the Subaru dealer won't take responsibility for it.

    Any ideas let me know

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    Also I took it to Delta subaru in GR for the the acceleration issue. They said they didn't notice it. Pretty pissed about that and fixed nothing. Any connection to dealer would also help. Once again, all factory.

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