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This is a discussion on Check engine light with flashing cruise light. within the General Maintenance, Troubleshooting & Accidents. forums, part of the Tech & Modifying & General Repairs category; I'm not 100% certain but I think you do have to remove the heatshield. The oil feed line should be ...

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    I'm not 100% certain but I think you do have to remove the heatshield. The oil feed line should be on the "skinny" part in between the two turbine housings.

    Can someone with more experience confirm this?

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    I probably do have to take it off. I understand its between the 2 turbine housings. It also sounds like there is more than 1 of these filters but the rights idle one is the main concer I seen a Subaru service bulletin that says about removing both and another bulletin thats says about not confusing the one with the other. maybe thats because the right is the most important? Should I and or shouldn't I remove both? Anyone that has done this and could help me with this one that would be awesome. I guess if so I will see how bad it is the get the right side one out.
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    Weird that a cam position sensor code would mean the turbo is not getting oil...though obviously the thread tells it all.

    I do know that banjo bolt causes issues. It's widely known to get gunked up on the little filter screen and cause turbos to blow out.

    But also...don't be surprised if the Cam sensor itself is going. That is also know to happen. Though you have only 66k on the clock, it's still a 6+ year old car and sensors can go over time, despite mileage.

    Also you are correct...105k miles is when the Timing Belt change should be done (as well as water pump, tensioners, idlers, and so on just for good measure).
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